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…Іrina Anatolyevna Belousova is a Candidate of Economic Sciences (1996), a former Member of Verkhovna Rada, Lytvyn Bloc fraction (from November 2007 till December 2012).

…Țucudean is a former Romania U-17 and Romania U-19 international, having played 3 and 5 games respectively. He scored three goals for the Romania U-21 as well.

…Ștefan Stoica (born 23 June 1967 in Negoieşti) is a Romanian professional football coach and a former player.

…Ștefan Ioan Tofan (born February 25, 1965) in Huși, is a former Romanian rugby union football player. He played as a centre.

…Ƶ was sometimes used instead of Z to represent the zaire, a former currency of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

…Əzgilli (also, Azgilo, Ezgilli, and Ezgilly) is a former village in the Zaqatala Rayon of Azerbaijan.

…Əlixanlı (also, Alykhanly) is a former village in the Siazan Rayon of Azerbaijan.

…Žydrūnas Urbonas (born October 4, 1976, in Zarasai, Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic, USSR) is a former Lithuanian professional basketball player.

…Živorad Jevtić (born December 27, 1943 in Kruševac, Kingdom of Yugoslavia – death 8 August 2000) is a former Serbian football player. He capped 16 times for Yugoslavia.

…Žigić was born in Bačka Topola, in what was then SFR Yugoslavia, the son of Jovan, a former footballer, and his wife Milica, who had been a basketball player. He completed his secondary education at the mechanical engineering school in…

…Ženski košarkaški klub Herceg Novi (Женски кошаркашки клуб Херцег Нови) is a former Montenegrin women’s basketball team from Herceg Novi, Montenegro.

…Žemaitkiemis Manor is a former residential manor in Žemaitkiemis, Ukmergė District Municipality.

…Željko Trajković (born October 8, 1966) is a former Serbian wrestler who competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics as an Independent Olympic participant.

…Željko Tomac (born 20 June 1956 in Rijeka) is a former Croatian handball player. He is currently assistant coach of the Norway national handball team.

…Željko Tadić (born June 9, 1974) is a former Montenegrin football goalkeeper who played for several top Yugoslav football clubs.

…Željko Perušić (born 23 March 1936 in Varoš near Duga Resa) is a former Croatian footballer.

…Željko Milinovič (born 12 October 1969 in Ljubljana) is a former Slovenian footballer who has represented his country at the two major tournaments for which they have qualified (Euro 2000 and Football World Cup 2002).

…Željko Milanović (born 19 May 1957) in Rijeka) is a former Croatian handball player and coach. He is currently the secretary of Handball Association of Primorje-Gorski Kotar.

…Željko Matuš (born 9 August 1935 in Donja Stubica) is a former Croatian footballer.

…Željko Kopić (born 10 September 1977) is a Croatian football manager and a former player. He is the manager of Slaven Belupo in the Prva HNL.

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