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Dalston (disambiguation)

Dalston is a district of London, England. Dalston may also refer to: Dalston Hackney ward, an electoral ward in London, England Dalston, Ontario, Canada Dalston, Cumbria, a village in North West England Dalston baronets

                                               

Dalzell

Earls of Carnwath, surnamed Dalzell John Dalzell 1845–1927, U.S. Representative Nicol Alexander Dalzell 1817-1878, Scottish botanist Trent Dalzell born 1989, Australian actor Rick Dalzell born 1957, American businessman Stewart Dalzell 1943–2019, ...

                                               

Daman

Daman, Iran, a village Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu, a union territory in India Daman, Afghanistan, a village Daman, Nepal, a village Daman District, Afghanistan Damaan Valley Daman valley, a valley in Pakistan Daman, India, a city in ...

                                               

Damani

Damani may refer to: Damani, Iran, a village in Ardabil Province, Iran Radhakishan Damani, Indian businessman Damani sheep, found in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan a breed of goat Damani Nkosi, American rapper

                                               

Damas

Damas River Eritrea, a seasonal river of Eritrea Damas-et-Bettegney, a village in northeastern France Pichi Damas River, a river of Chile Isla Damas, an island of Costa Rica Damas River Chile, a river in southern Chile Damas, Egypt, a city in Dak ...

                                               

Damasco

                                               

Damba (disambiguation)

Abukari Damba born 1968, Ghanaian football goalkeeper Fanta Damba born 1938, Malian jalimuso Bambara female Griot-singer Damba Zhalsarayev born 1925, USSR citizen who wrote the Buryat lyrics for the anthem of the Republic of Buryatia Dashiin Damb ...

                                               

Dampe

Dampe may refer to: Dampe, a character in The Legend of Zelda series Jacob Jacobsen Dampe, Danish theologian Dark Matter Particle Explorer, a Chinese space observatory that uses the acronym DAMPE

                                               

Dampierre

Dampierre is the name of several communes in France: Dampierre, Jura, in the Jura departement Dampierre-en-Yvelines, in the Yvelines departement Ile-de-France Dampierre, Aube, in the Aube departement Champagne-Ardenne Dampierre-le-Chateau, in the ...

                                               

Danci

Danci may refer to: Places Danci, Croatia, a village near Vizinada Danci, Bosnia and Herzegovina, a village near Kakanj People Cristian Danci born 1988, Romanian footballer

                                               

Dangerous

Dangerous World Tour, Michael Jacksons 1992–93 world concert tour

                                               

Dangi

Chandra Bahadur Dangi 1939–2015, worlds shortest verified person Dalichand Dangi, Indian politician, member of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly Purshottam Dangi, Indian politician, member of the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly Anand Singh D ...

                                               

Danielson (disambiguation)

Danielson is an American rock band. Danielson may also refer to: Danielson, Connecticut, a borough in the U.S. state of Connecticut Bryan Danielson born 1981, better known as Daniel Bryan Brianna Danielson nee Garcia-Colace; born 1983, better kno ...

                                               

Danis

Danis may refer to: Gyorgy Danis 1945–2012, Hungarian physician and politician Danis butterfly, a genus of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae Yann Danis born 1981, Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender Marcel Danis born 1943, Canadian unive ...

                                               

Danjon

Danjon may refer to: Danjon crater, a lunar crater Andre-Louis Danjon 1890–1967, French astronomer Danjon scale, used for measuring lunar eclipse brightness

                                               

Danke

Danke may refer to: Katlego Danke b. 1978, a South African actress "Danke" song, a 1961 hymn by Martin Gotthard Schneider "Danke", a 2006 song by Xavier Naidoo "Danke", an Indonesian Cheese

                                               

Danou (disambiguation)

                                               

Danskin

Danskin may refer to: Danskin Triathlon, a womens only triathlon Bob Danskin, an English footballer David Danskin 1863–1948, a Scottish mechanical engineer and footballer Danskin, a womens clothing brand owned by Iconix Brand Group Danskins theor ...

                                               

Dant

Dant, Oregon, is an unincorporated community in Wasco County, in the U.S. state of Oregon Dant, Kentucky, is an unincorporated community in Marion County, Kentucky, United States

                                               

Danton (disambiguation)

Danton 1921 film, German film by Dimitri Buchowetzki Danton 1970 film, UK television film by John Howard Davies, starring Anthony Hopkins Danton 1932 film, French film by Andre Roubaud Danton 1931 film, German film by Hans Behrendt Danton 1983 fi ...

                                               

Danyal

Danyal is a masculine Muslim given name which means known Intellectual and careful to justice is also a variant spelling of Daniel. It is also the Islamic name given to the Prophet Danyal. Danyal can also refer to: Danial, Mazandaran, a village i ...

                                               

Darbandi

Darbandi, Razavi Khorasan Darbandi-ye Vosta, Razavi Khorasan Province Darbandi-ye Sofla disambiguation, two locations, Razavi Khorasan Province Darbandi, North Khorasan Darbandi-ye Olya disambiguation, two locations, Razavi Khorasan Province

                                               

DARC

                                               

Dardan

Dardan may refer to: Dardan given name Dardani, an ancient people of the Balkans Dardanians Trojan, an ancient people of the Troad Hoseynabad-e Dardan, a village in Iran Constantin Dardan, Moldovan politician

                                               

Darden

Darden may refer to: People: Christine Darden, American mathematician and engineer Severn Darden, American comedian and actor Thomas Darden, 37th Governor of American Samoa Colgate Darden, American congressman, Virginia governor, and University o ...

                                               

Dargin

                                               

Darius

Darius II 423 to 404 BC Darius son of Xerxes I, may have ruled briefly in 465 BC Darius III Codomannus, 380 to 330 BC Darius I the Great, 550 to 487 BC

                                               

Darken (disambiguation)

Darken may refer to: Lawrence Stamper Darken 1909–1978, American physical chemist and metallurgist Darkens equations of chemical thermodynamics Darken Rahl, a fictional character from Terry Goodkinds The Sword of Truth series Eric Darken, America ...

                                               

Darley

in England Darley, North Yorkshire, a village in Nidderdale, North Yorkshire, England includes Darley Head North Darley, Cornwall Darley Dale, a town in Derbyshire Darley Bridge is a suburb Darleyford, Cornwall, also known as Darley Darley Abbey, ...

                                               

Darrah

John W. Darrah 1938-2017, United States federal judge Thomas Walter Darrah 1873-1955, United States military officer Lydia Darragh 1728-1789, who provided intelligence to George Washington

                                               

Dasher

Dasher may refer to any of the following: Danville Dashers, an ice hockey team from Danville, Illinois, in the Federal Hockey League Frank Abbandando or The Dasher, a New York contract killer Dasher software, a computer accessibility tool HMS Das ...

                                               

Dasi

Dasi Station 大溪車站, a railway station in Toucheng Town, Yilan County Daxi District 大溪區, a district in Taoyuan City

                                               

Dasti

Dasti is a Baloch tribe found in Punjab, Pakistan and Sindh. It may also refer to: Jamshed Dasti, politician Abdul Hamid Khan Dasti, politician Dasti, Iran

                                               

Daugherty

Derri Daugherty, American record producer, songwriter, guitarist and singer Jennifer Daugherty 1979–2010, Greensburg, Pennsylvania murder victim Michael Daugherty, composer Duffy Daugherty, American football coach Herschel Daugherty, American act ...

                                               

Daughtry

Daughtry may refer to: Daughtry album, debut music album from Daughtry Chris Daughtry born 1979, American Idol finalist in 2006 and lead vocalist for Daughtry Daughtry band, a rock band fronted by Chris Daughtry Dean Daughtry born 1946, American ...

                                               

Daulton

Daulton may refer to: Jack Daulton born 1956 Darren Daulton 1962–2017, American baseball player Daulton Varsho born 1996, American professional baseball player Daulton, California

                                               

Daum

Meghan Daum born 1970, American author, essayist, and journalist Christoph Daum born 1953, German football coach Menachem Daum, Orthodox Jewish documentary film-maker Ahron Daum born 1951, Israeli-born Modern-Orthodox rabbi, educator, and author ...

                                               

Daun (disambiguation)

Daun, Germany is a town in the Vulkaneifel district in Rhineland-Palatinate. Daun may also refer to: Places Kreis Daun, the former name of the district Vulkaneifel in Germany Daun Verbandsgemeinde, a collective municipality in Vulkaneifel, Rhinel ...

                                               

Dausset

                                               

Dauzat

Dauzat may refer to Dylan Dauzat born 1997, American actor, producer and YouTuber Albert Dauzat 1877–1955, French linguist Dauzat-sur-Vodable, a commune in central France

                                               

Davers

                                               

Davik (disambiguation)

Davik village, a village in Bremanger municipality in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway Davik Church, a church in Bremanger municipality in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway Davik, a former municipality in Sogn og Fjordane county, Norway

                                               

Dawnay (disambiguation)

Dawnay is a singer. Dawnay may also refer to: John Dawnay disambiguation Dawnay baronets Hugh Dawnay 1932–2012, English polo player and author Guy Dawnay disambiguation Dawnay Day, financial services group Jean Dawnay 1925-2016, British model and ...

                                               

Dayak

Dayak may refer to: Land Dayak languages A creature in the science fiction film Immortal 2004 film Mano Dayak 1949-1995, Tuareg freedom fighter, leader, and negotiator Dayak language Dayak people, an ethnic group native to the interior of Borneo ...

                                               

Daylight (disambiguation)

Daylight is the combination of all direct and indirect sunlight outdoors during the daytime, which includes: Sunlight, the total spectrum of the electromagnetic radiation given off by the Sun Diffuse sky radiation, solar radiation reaching the Ea ...

                                               

Dayus

Dayus may refer to: Kathleen Dayus 1903–2003, an English author Dayus Steiner & Amaral, 1999, syn. of Steineridrilus Zhang, 2014, a genus of polychaete worms in the family Histriobdellidae and the order Errantia Aciculata Dayus Gerken, 2001, syn. ...

                                               

De Agostini (disambiguation)

De Agostini is an Italian publishing house. De Agostini may also refer to: Alberto de Agostini National Park, a Chilean natural park dedicated to him Alberto Maria de Agostini, an Italian missionary, explorer and geographer Virginia De Agostini, ...

                                               

De Bray

                                               

De Bussy

De Bussy may refer to: Roger de Rabutin, Comte de Bussy 1618–1693, a French memoirist commonly known as Bussy-Rabutin David Victor Belly de Bussy 1768–1848, A French general who fought in the Napoleonic Wars. Referred to as "M. de Bussy" in some ...

                                               

De Caro

Lucio De Caro born 1922, Italian former screenwriter and film director Gerolamo de Caro died 1560, Italian Roman Catholic Titular Archbishop of Nazareth 1536–1552, Titular Bishop of Cannae 1531–1536 Mario De Caro born 1963, Italian philosopher sp ...

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