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…Ọlagunsoye Oyinlọla, alias Omoba, (born February 3, 1951) became governor of Osun State in Nigeria in May 2003, and was reelected in 2007. He was a member of the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP).On 26 November 2010 a court of appeals nullified his election. He later defected to the APC shortly before the 2014 Osun State governorship election.

…Ιn the middle of the year Pontioi Katerinis F.C. merged with Iraklis F.C.. The new team was named AEP Iraklis 1908 and Babis Petrakos continued as a member of the new squad. He was released on 6 April 2012.

… resistance, he founded a party called Socialist March (Greek: Σοσιαλιστική Πορεία), which he served as spokesman from 1975 to 1979. He took part in the 1977 general election as a member of the short-lived Socialist March within the Alliance of Progressive and Left-Wing Forces (Greek: Συμμαχία των Αριστερών και Προοδευτικών Δυνάμεων).

…Ηe began his career as a member of the renowned (domazos academy) Panathinaikos football academy but, despite his potential, he found it hard to make the first team as the more experienced Antonis Nikopolidis, Konstantinos Chalkias and…

…Știrbei was the first to fly from Bucharest to Stockholm, encountering mist over the Baltic Sea. In June 1937, representing the Romanian Aeroclub, she took part in the first technical assistance conference in Budapest. In 1938, as a member of the…

Grigore IV Ghica in the 1820s, George’s grandfather Dumitrachi married Ecaterina, a member of the Văcărescu family, and made friends with her tutor, Vornic Barbu C. Știrbei. He was a godfather to Dumitrachi’s first-born, Barbu Bibescu, whom…

…Ștefan was involved in the triggering of the 1848 Wallachian revolution, participating in the Islaz gathering of 9 June 1848, when he became a member of the Provisional Government, serving as Minister of Justice.

…Ștefan Golescu was a member of the Wallachian assembly that elected Alexandru Ioan Cuza as prince of both Wallachia and Moldavia (1859). Afterwards, he was a member of the Liberal Party of Ion Brătianu and served for about half a year as Prime Minister of Romania in a Liberal government.

…Ștefan Foriș became a member of the PCR Central Committee charged with activities involving agitprop (ca. 1936), and, with support from the Comintern, replaced the ousted general secretary Boris Stefanov four years later, after the start…

…Ștefan Burgiu is a Moldovan footballer who currently plays for Zhetysu in the Kazakhstan First Division. Since 2014 he has been a member of the Moldova national football team.

… the enlarged Romanian state; was economic adviser to his bishop (1925-1931), a member of the national church congress, delegate to an ecclesiastical congress held at Prague in 1928; and, from 1936 to 1940, presided over the Bukovina…

…Žužul started his political career as a member of Communist party of the Socialist Republic of Croatia. He left the party in 1987 and, with the fall of communism, entered the new dominant right wing party of Croatian Democratic Union…

…Žurić was a member of the senior men’s Croatian national team. With Croatia, he won the bronze medal at the 1994 FIBA World Championship, the bronze medal at the 1993 EuroBasket, and the bronze medal at the 1995 EuroBasket.

University. In 2009 he was designated a member of the scientific and technical advisory body of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage.

…Žujović was a member of Yugoslav delegation at a United Nations Conference on International Organization. The delegates drew up the 111-article Charter, which was adopted unanimously on 25 June 1945 in the San Francisco Opera House.

…Žolude has been a member of the Latvian Writers’ Union since 2010.

…Žižić was born in Titograd, Montenegro, Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia. A member of the Socialist People’s Party of Montenegro, he became Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia on 4 November 2000 shortly after the…

…Žižić was a member of the senior Croatian national basketball team. He also won a silver medal at the 1998 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship, and a bronze medal at the 1999 FIBA Under-19 World Championship, while playing with the Croatian national junior teams.

Film Festival in 1979 for his role in Moment. In 1981 he was a member of the jury at the 12th Moscow International Film Festival.

…Živojin Rafajlović (Живојин Рафајловић, 1871-1953), known as Žika (Жика), was a Serbian politician, state deputy, a member of the Democrats. He was the Ban of Vardar in 1940-41.

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