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Emilia Plater W Potyczce Pod Szawlami
Emilia
Emilia
may refer to any of the following:Contents1 Persons 2 Places 3 Arts 4 Others 5 See alsoPersons[edit] Emilia
Emilia
(given name), list of people wit
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Emilia (given Name)
Emilia is a feminine given name of Romanic origin. The name is found all over Europe and the Americas. The corresponding masculine name is Emil.Contents1 Etymology 2 Popularity 3 People with this name3.1 Fictional characters4 Variant forms 5 ReferencesEtymology[edit] Emilia is a feminine given name derived from Aemilia, the feminine form of the Latin
Latin
nomen Aemilius
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Emilia (plant)
Emilia is a genus of herbaceous plants in the family sunflower family, known as tasselflower or pualele.[2][3][4] The members of the genus are distributed mainly in the tropics and sub-tropics of Africa
Africa
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Aemilia (other)
Aemilia may refer to: People and places in classical history[edit] Aemilia (gens), a patrician family of ancient Rome, and the female members of this gens Aemilia Tertia, third daughter of Lucius Aemilius Paullus, and wife of Scipio Africanus Aemilia Lepida, any of several female members of the gens Aemilia
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Amelia (other)
Amelia may refer to:Contents1 Given name 2 Surname 3 Places 4 Media 5 Other 6 See alsoGiven name[edit] Amelia (given name), a given nameIncludes a list of people named AmeliaPrincess Amelia (other)Surname[edit] Marco Amelia
Marco Amelia
(born 1982), Italian football goalkeeperPlaces[edit]In the United StatesAmelia, Louisiana, a census-designated place in St
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155 Infantry Division Emilia
The 155th Infantry
Infantry
Division Emilia was an infantry division of the Italian Army during the Second World War, formed in December 1941 as a garrison division. Despite this, in April 1942 it was sent to Dalmatia to assist in combat operations against Yugoslav Partisans. After the Italian armistice with the Allies of September 1943, most of the division surrendered to the Germans, but some elements held out until October, while the 155th Artillery Regiment managed to cross the Adriatic
Adriatic
to reach Apulia
Apulia
in Southern Italy, where it joined forces with the 104th Motorised Division Mantova.[1] Commander[edit] Brigadier General Livio Negro[2] Order of battle[edit]119. Emilia Infantry
Infantry
Regiment 120. Emilia Infantry
Infantry
Regiment 155. Artillery Regiment 255. Machine Gun Battalion 155
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Hurricane Emilia
The name Emilia has been used for seven tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Tropical Storm Emilia (1978)
Tropical Storm Emilia (1978)
– never affected land. Tropical Storm Emilia (1982)
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Emiliano-Romagnolo
Italy:Emilia-Romagna Lombardy
Lombardy
(southern province of Pavia, southern province of Cremona, central and southern province of Mantua) Umbria
Umbria
(northern part province of Perugia)
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Emilia (Othello)
Emilia is a character in the tragedy Othello
Othello
by William Shakespeare. The character's origin is traced to the 1565 tale, "Un capitano Moro" from Giovanni Battista Giraldi
Giovanni Battista Giraldi
Cinthio's Gli Hecatommithi. There, the character is described as young and virtuous, is referred to simply as the ensign's wife, and becomes Desdemona's companion in Cyprus. In Shakespeare, she is named Emilia, is the wife of Othello's ensign, Iago, and is an attendant to Othello's wife, Desdemona
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Emilia (region Of Italy)
Emilia (Emilian: Emîlia) is a historical region of northern Italy which approximately corresponds to the western and north-eastern portions of today’s Emilia-Romagna
Emilia-Romagna
region, of which Romagna
Romagna
forms the remainder.Contents1 Etymology 2 Boundaries 3 Language 4 External linksEtymology[edit] It takes its name from the Via Aemilia, a Roman road
Roman road
constructed by the consul Marcus Aemilius Lepidus in 187 BCE to connect Rimini
Rimini
with Piacenza. Boundaries[edit] The eastern boundary is formed by the rivers Sillaro
Sillaro
and Reno, which divide it from Romagna. To the north the river Po forms its border with Veneto
Veneto
and Lombardy. To the west and south the Apennine drainage divide separates it from Liguria
Liguria
and Tuscany
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Emilia (Sítio Do Picapau Amarelo)
Emília, also known as the Marchioness of Rabicó or Emília, A Boneca Gente ("The Human
Human
Doll") is a fictional character and a titular of the Sítio do Picapau Amarelo series of fantasy novels written by Brazilian author Monteiro Lobato.[1] A doll with a rough, antagonistic personality and an independent, anarchist behaviour, Emília is Lobato's most popular creation alongside Jeca Tatu and, according to studies and analyses of his work, she is his personification in the stories and that, towards the character, Lobato expresses his own ideas.[2] Even though, Lobato has stated that Emília is "sometimes so independent that neither I, nor her father, succeed in controlling her"
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Emilia (album)
Emilia is a studio album by Swedish singer Emilia Rydberg released in November 2000.[1][2][3] Saleswise, the album became less successful than her previous album.[4]Contents1 Track listing 2 Contributors 3 Charts 4 ReferencesTrack listing[edit] Sorry I'm in Love - 3:04 (A. Carlsson, D. Carr, T. Champlin) Kiss by Kiss - 4:00 (D. Carr, P. Lönn, A.D. Rich) Johnny Come Lately - 3:09 (A. Cantrall, S. Selover) Before I Fall - 3:20 (J. Elofsson, T. Cox) Girlfriend 2:55 (J. Lindman) Playin' It By Heart - 3:54 (A. Carlsson, D. Carr, A.D. Rich, A.R. Scott) If It's Gonna Be You - 3:07 (J. Lindman, E. Rydberg) What If I Told You... - 3:51 (D. Eriksen, E. Rydberg) Heaven - 3:36 (B. Adams, J. Vallance) My Love Is True - 3:14 (D. Carr, P. Lönn, E. Rydberg) Tell Me Why - 3:55 (M. Pettersen, T. Eriksen) Say You Will (Or Say You Won't) - 3:52 (P. Söderqvist, N. Windahl, E. Rydberg) Supergirl - 3:09 (D. Carr, P. Bruhn, E
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Emilia (Swedish Singer)
Emilia Rydberg, also known as Emilia Mitiku or more simply Emilia (born 5 January 1978, Stockholm, Sweden)[1] is a Swedish pop music and soul singer.[2] Her 1998 hit single "Big Big World" reached number one in the music charts in several countries.[3][4]Contents1 Life and career 2 Discography2.1 Albums 2.2 Singles3 References 4 External linksLife and career[edit] As a student Rydberg attended the Adolf Fredrik's Music School
Adolf Fredrik's Music School
in Stockholm.[5] Rydberg was discovered in 1996 by Lars Anderson, son of ABBA's manager, Stig Anderson. Rydberg's father is the Ethiopian popular singer Teshome Mitiku, and her mother is Swedish. She used the mononym of Emilia in the first years of her career, but more recently she has started to perform under the name of Emilia Mitiku, using her father's surname. In 2009 she competed in Melodifestivalen, the Swedish national selection for Eurovision Song Contest, with the song "You're My World"
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Emilia (Bulgarian Singer)
Emiliya Valeva (Bulgarian: Емилия Вълева, born March 21, 1982), known by her stage name Emilia (or Emilija), is a Bulgarian pop folk singer. She has released eight studio albums to date.Contents1 Early life 2 Discography2.1 Studio albums 2.2 Greatest hits 2.3 Video albums3 Planeta Derby 4 References 5 External linksEarly life[edit] Emilia was born in Radnevo
Radnevo
but moved to Galabovo when she was young. She has one older sister, Daniela. Emilia became interested in music at an early age and began singing in the local choir. She began learning traditional Bulgarian music with Jivka Dimitrova and Dimitar Kolev
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Emilia, Łódź Voivodeship
Emilia [ɛˈmilja] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina
Gmina
Zgierz, within Zgierz
Zgierz
County, Łódź
Łódź
Voivodeship, in central Poland
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