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Zana Rauf
Zana
Zana
may refer to:Mythological figureZână, a female mythological figure in Romanian mythology Zână, an Illyrian name meaning fairy[citation needed] Zana
Zana
e malit, an Albanian mythological creature Zana
Zana
is a Kurdish word meaning wise, knowing, learned, smart or astute
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Zână
Zână (plural zâne; zînă and zîne, d̦ână and d̦âne in old spellings) is the Romanian equivalent of the Greek Charites
Charites
or fairy Godmother.[1] They are the opposite of monsters like Muma Pădurii. These characters make positive appearances in fairy tales and reside mostly in the woods. They can also be considered the Romanian equivalent of fairies and of the Germanic Elf. They vary in size and appearance, though they can polymorph to the extent of blending into their surroundings for protection and cover. They can appear openly in the woods and coax travelers to follow them in order to help them find their way. They can also hide in the woods and quietly guide those who need help through signs and "breadcrumbs" through the forest. They give life to fetuses in utero and bestow upon them great gifts like the art of dancing, beauty, kindness, and luck
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Zana Allée
Zana Allée
Zana Allée
(Arabic: زانا علي‎, born 1 March 1994) is an Iraqi Kurdish-born French footballer who plays as a midfielder for Stade Briochin.Contents1 Career1.1 Stade Rennais 1.2 AC Ajaccio2 Career statistics 3 References 4 External linksCareer[edit] Stade Rennais[edit] On August 10, 2013 Zana made his debut with Stade Rennais first team against Stade de Reims
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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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Žana Novaković
Žana Novaković
Žana Novaković
(Serbian Cyrillic: Жана Новаковић; born June 24, 1985) is a female alpine skier from Bosnia and Herzegovina[1] who competed for Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina
at the 2010 Winter Olympics.[2] She carried her nation's flag at the 2010 Winter Olympics opening ceremony.[3] She also competed at FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2011.[4] References[edit]^ FIS ^ Vancouver 2010 Profile ^ Vancouver Sun ^ http://www.fis-ski.com/uk/604/610.html?sector=AL&raceid=62348Olympic GamesPreceded by Aleksandra Vasiljević Flagbearer for  Bosnia and Herzegovina Vancouver 2010 Sochi 2014 Succeeded by Amel TukaThis biographical article relating to alpine skiing in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a stub
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Zana Ramadani
Zana Ramadani
Zana Ramadani
(born 1984) is a German politician, feminist activist and author of Albanian descent. She was chair of the Junge Union, the youth organization of the CDU (Conservative Party) in Wilnsdorf
Wilnsdorf
in Central Germany.[1] She came to prominence when she founded the German branch of the feminist protest group FEMEN
FEMEN
in 2012, and was involved in a number of topless protests against sexual exploitation. One high-profile protest involved invading the stage of Heidi Klum's television casting show Germany's Next Topmodel
Germany's Next Topmodel
during the finale of cycle 8 sporting the slogan "Heidi horror picture show" as a critique of the beauty ideal propagated by the fashion industry
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Zana Nimani
Zana Nimani (Serbian Cyrillic: Зана Нимани; born 1961) is a former Yugoslav singer, best known as the first frontress of the pop rock band Zana.Contents1 Biography 2 Discography2.1 With Zana2.1.1 Studio albums 2.1.2 Singles2.2 Solo2.2.1 Studio albums 2.2.2 Singles3 References 4 External linksBiography[edit]This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Zana Nimani was born in 1961 in Belgrade, to Kosovo Albanian parents from the town of Đakovica. Nimani started her career in 1976, when she started to sing with the band Suton, in which her (at the time) boyfriend Radovan Jovićević played guitar. Since 1979, the band started to perform under the name Zana
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Zana Muhsen
Zana Muhsen (born 1965 in Birmingham, England) is a British author known for her book Sold: Story of Modern-day Slavery and its follow-up A Promise to Nadia.[1] The books narrate the experiences that she and her sister Nadia (born 1966) went through after they were sold into marriage by their father, Muthanna Muhsen, a Yemeni émigré.[2][3][4]Contents1 Overview 2 Bibliography 3 Further reading 4 ReferencesOverview[edit] In the books and in interviews, Muhsen states that she and her sister had been sent to Yemen under the assumption that they were going on holiday to meet the paternal side of their family
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Zana Messia
Zana Messia is a singer-songwriter from The Balkans.[where?] She went on to release her first record Gotta Stop with Universal Music Group Sweden in 2006, and wrote the theme song for the movie The Lightkeepers, which was shortlisted for an Academy Award nomination in 2010. The song that she wrote for the popular New Zealand
New Zealand
artist Annabel Fay was produced by Brady Blade. Zana's American debut, Balkan Soul, was executive produced by the drummer/composer/producer Harvey Masonand her husband, producer David Marcus
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Zana Marjanović
Zana Marjanović
Zana Marjanović
(born 31 May 1983) is a Bosnian actress best known for her role as 'Alma' in the 2008 film Snow. In 2010, she was cast as a lead in Angelina Jolie's directorial debut In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011).[1][2] She also played Cobra in East West Theatre Company's production of Class Enemy directed by Haris Pašović. Zana studied acting at the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo. She rapped one verse in Bosnian-Croatian band Teška Industrija's "EUdala se Lijepa naša" (eng
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Zana Krasniqi
Zana Krasniqi (born September 15, 1988 in Pristina) is a Kosovar fashion model and beauty pageant titleholder who won Miss Universe Kosovo
Kosovo
2008. She represented Kosovo
Kosovo
for the first time in Miss Universe and placed in the Top 10 of the Miss Universe 2008. Personal life[edit] Zana Krasniqi comes from a background of entertainers including her father Naim Krasniqi, a singer in Kosovo.[2] On April 4, 2008, Fadil Berisha, the photographer of Miss Universe’s official photos, hosted the inaugural "Miss Universe Kosova" pageant where Krasniqi was crowned and represented Kosovo
Kosovo
in the Miss Universe pageant.[3] Zana was trained by photographer Fadil Berisha.[4] who worked with the Miss Universe organization, and is a fellow Kosovar Albanian.[5][6] Her interests include singing, performing and modelling
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Zana Clarke
Zana Clarke (born 13 October 1965) is an Australian
Australian
composer. She studied recorder with Ruth Wilkinson
Ruth Wilkinson
and Hans Dieter Michatz and violin with Anne Martoni and Marco Van Pagge, and began to play in youth orchestras at age 12. She graduated from Melbourne University with a Bachelor of Arts in Latin and Classics and a Bachelor of Arts in Music.[1] In 1991 Clarke moved to Armidale, New South Wales, and completed a teaching degree. She taught violin and recorder in her own studio, and also lectured at the University of New England
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Zana Briski
Zana Briski
Zana Briski
(born 25 October 1966) is a British photographer and filmmaker, best known for Born into Brothels, the 2004 winner of the Academy Award for Documentary Feature, which she directed. She founded Kids with Cameras,[1] a non-profit organization that teaches the art of photography to marginalized children in communities throughout the world. Her interest in photography began at age 10.[2] After earning a master's degree at the University of Cambridge, she studied documentary photography at International Center of Photography in New York. In 1995, she made her first trip to India, producing a story on female infanticide. In 1997, Briski returned to India
India
and began her project on the prostitutes of Calcutta's red-light district, which led to her work with the children of prostitutes.[citation needed] Her latest project Reverence is an experiential multimedia exhibit about transformation
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Leyla Zana
Leyla Zana
Leyla Zana
(born 3 May 1961 in Silvan, Diyarbakır Province), is a Kurdish politician, who was imprisoned for 10 years for her political activism, which was deemed by the Turkish courts to be against the unity of the country. When she was a member of pro-Kurdish Democratic Society Party, she was banned from joining any political party for five years with the Constitutional Court's decision to ban this party. She has been elected as an independent member of parliament for Diyarbakır by the support of Peace and Democracy Party. She was awarded the 1995 Sakharov Prize
Sakharov Prize
by the European Parliament, but was unable to collect it until her release in 2004
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Illyria (other)
Illyria
Illyria
or Illyrian may refer to: History[edit]Illyria, a region in southern Europe inhabited in antiquity by the Illyrians Kingdom of Illyria
Illyria
(1816–49), a kingdom in the Austria Empire c
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Diana Veteranorum
Diana Veteranorum
Diana Veteranorum
(today a village called Ain Zana, Aïn Zana) was an ancient Roman-Berber city in Algeria
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