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Tsao or Tsau is a village in North-West District of Botswana. It is located close to the Okavango Delta and Lake Ngami. The population was 1,290 in 2001 census.
Tashkent State Agrarian University or TSAU is an agricultural university located in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
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Botswana, officially the Republic of Botswana, is a landlocked country in Southern Africa. Formerly the British protectorate of Bechuanaland, Botswana adopted its new name after becoming independent within the Commonwealth on 30 September 1966. Since then, they maintain a tradition of stable representative republic, with a consistent record of uninterrupted democratic elections and the best perceived corruption ranking in Africa since at least 1998. It is currently Africa's oldest continuous democracy.
Gaborone is the capital and largest city of Botswana with a population of 231,626 based on the 2011 census, about 10% of the total population of Botswana. Its agglomeration is home to 421,907 inhabitants at the 2011 census.
The word "ciao" is an informal salutation in the Italian language that is used for both "hello" and "goodbye".
Naro, also Nharo, is a Khoe language spoken in Ghanzi District of Botswana and in eastern Namibia. It is probably the most-spoken of the Tshu–Khwe languages. Naro is a trade language among speakers of different Khoe languages in Ghanzi District. There exists a dictionary.
Gongliao District is a rural district in the eastern part of New Taipei City, Taiwan. It is the most eastern district on the main island of Taiwan and at its most eastern tip is Cape of San Diego.
Chin-Hui Tsao is a Taiwanese former professional baseball pitcher. He is the second major league player and the first major league pitcher from Taiwan, and like the first, former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Chin-Feng Chen, he is a Taiwanese aborigine of Amis ancestry. He had previously played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Colorado Rockies and Dodgers before spending the 2009 season with the Brother Elephants in the Chinese Professional Baseball League (CPBL). After the 2009 Taiwan Series, Tsao was investigated for game-fixing scandals, although he was ultimately not indicted on February 10, 2010. Tsao was expelled by CPBL on December 23, 2009. He has recorded the fastest pitch by a Taiwanese pitcher at 100 mph in 2005.
The North-West District or Ngamiland is one of the first level administrative subdivisions of Botswana. For census and administrative purposes Ngamiland is subvided into Ngamiland East, Ngamiland West and Ngamiland Delta (Okavango). It is governed by a District Commissioner, appointed by the national government, and the elected North-West District Council. The administrative centre is Maun.
Toteng is a village in the north west of Botswana, Ngamiland. The town is the location of the oldest "directly dated evidence of cattle in southern Africa". Nearby towns are Sehitwa and Bobideng to the west, Tsau and Gumare to the north and Maun to the northeast.
Louis Matshwenyego Fisher was commander of the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) from 1998 to 2006. He is a recipient of the Légion d'honneur and a Presidential Order of Honour.
Nokaneng is a village in North-West District, Botswana. It is located close to the Okavango Delta, and is served by Nokaneng Airport. The population of Nokaneng was 1,590 in 2001 census.
The Sperrgebiet is a diamond mining area in southwestern Namibia, in the Namib Desert. It spans the Atlantic Ocean-facing the coast from Oranjemund on the border with South Africa, to around 72 kilometres (45 mi) north of Lüderitz, a distance of 320 km (200 mi) north. The Sperrgebiet, recently renamed Tsau ǁKhaeb National Park, extends to around 100 km (62 mi) inland, and its total area of 26,000 km2 (10,000 sq mi), makes up three percent of Namibia's land mass. However, mining only takes place in five percent of the Sperrgebiet, with most of the area acting as a buffer zone. Members of the public are banned from entering most of the area, despite the creation of a national park there in 2004.
Zhao Xiaoding is a Chinese photographer and cinematographer. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for his work in the film House of Flying Daggers (2004).
Mating (1991) is a novel by American author Norman Rush. It is a first-person narrative by an unnamed American anthropology graduate student in Botswana around 1980. It focuses on her relationship with Nelson Denoon, a controversial American anthropologist who has founded an experimental matriarchal village in the Kalahari desert.
Yang Zhaoxuan is a Chinese professional tennis player.
Miss Botswana is a national beauty pageant in Botswana.
K9 Cop is a 2016 Hong Kong police procedural romance comedy television drama created and produced by TVB, starring Bosco Wong, Linda Chung, Raymond Wong Ho-yin and Tracy Chu as the main leads, with Oscar Leung, Angel Chiang, Rebecca Chan, Jerry Ku and Kayi Cheung as the main supporting cast. Filming took place from June till October 2015 on location in Hong Kong. The drama premiered February 9, 2016 on Hong Kong's Jade and HD Jade channels, airing Monday through Sunday during its 9:30-10:30 pm timeslot, concluding February 28, 2016 with a total of 20 episodes.
Brother's Keeper II is a Hong Kong television drama serial produced by Amy Wong and TVB. It is the sequel to 2013's Brother's Keeper, and takes place one year after the events of the original series. It stars Edwin Siu, Kristal Tin, Grace Chan, Louis Yuen, Jade Leung & Hugo Ng as the second installment of the series with special appearances of Ruco Chan & Linda Chung.
Tsaus Mountains is a mountain range within Diamond Restricted Area also called Sperrgebiet located in the southwestern part of Namibia. It reaches a height of 1,107 m .