A Year

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… same capacity under their predecessor Caliph Yazid I. He commanded the Kalbi-dominated shurṭa in the Battle of Khazir in 686, and a year later joined the rebellion of the Umayyad prince Amr ibn Sa’id ibn al-As against Abd al-Malik. After the…

…Чиж & Co or Chizh & Co is a Russian rock band. It was named The Band of a Year by Rock-Fuzz magazine in 1997.

…Țăranu started learning go from Cristian Cobeli in 1989, at the age of 16. His first tournament was for players in the 10 to 4 Kyū range, when he was a 6 kyu. He won all eight games. He moved up to amateur 1 dan in a year, and just a year later…

…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.

…Ženski košarkaški klub Srbobran is founded 29 January 2005. 2011 qualified for the First B league, and a year later they were placed in the First A league of Serbia when a permanent member of the highest ranks of competition in Serbia. In…

…Željko Kerum was born in the village of Ogorje (part of Muć) in the Dalmatian hinterland. He graduated from the Technical High School in Split, Croatia in 1978. In 1981 he got his first job in the Split construction company Melioracija spending a year in Iraq working on military bases.

…Šustr grew up in the city of Plzeň, but after finding little opportunity in his home town, was encouraged to move to the United States at the age of 17 to play junior hockey. He spent a year with the Kenai River Brown Bears of the North…

… of Graz a year later, and in 1919 enrolled in the department of architecture at VTŠ in Prague. He passed his final examinations in 1922 and began his career as an architect and engineer.

… novitiate and after many interruptions in his education due to World War II, he was ultimately ordained a priest in 1949. A year later, in Florence, he finished his long formation period as a Jesuit.

… in either of the two matches between the sides. Šmicer suffered a serious knee injury that sidelined him for more than a year. The injury was the worst moment of his career and he even considered retiring. As a result, he missed the 2006…

…Šekularac is also remembered as the perpetrator of an infamous on-pitch incident in fall 1962 when he assaulted referee Pavle Tumbas in the middle of a league match. He ended up serving a year and a half long suspension.

…Šebor did not retire to private life until half a year before his death in 1903. He died in Vinohrady, Prague.

… beating her in straight sets 6-4 7-6. In the final she delighted a home crowd by coming from a set down to beat grand slam champion Samantha Stosur 3-6, 6-1, 6-4. This result ended her title drought of more than a year since her Doha win.

… to her first final in over a year. In the final she defeated former No. 1 Victoria Azarenka in straight sets to win her first WTA Premier Tournaments title. She then lost early at both the Indian Wells Masters and the Miami Open to Elina…

…Šachl was picked 128th overall in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft by New York Islanders from HC České Budějovice. He then spent a year in the Western Hockey League for the Tri-City Americans before returning to České Budějovice. He moved to North…

Central Bank and had worked with the AKP government on economic policy. He also served as senior economist and bank analyst for Deutsche-Bender Securities from 1998 to 2000. Şimşek spent about a year in New York City where he worked for UBS Securities in 1997. Prior to that, he was a senior economist at the US Embassy in Ankara for almost four years.

…Şener was born in Afyon, Turkey. After graduated from primary school his parents moved to Ankara. Just after a year in Ankara, Şener moved to Istanbul where he spend the rest of his life. He graduated from Istanbul University Economical and Commercial Sciences Institute and earned a master’s degree in economics.

…Şehzade Mehmed Abid was born in the Yıldiz Palace on 17 September 1905. His mother was Naciye Hanım. At the overthrew of her father in 1909, the Abid followed his parents into exile at Salonica. They were living in Alatini Mansion. A year after…

… year she was noticed by Sultan Abdülmecid I and they married in 1852. A year after the marriage she gave birth to, Şehzade Abdullah who died at the age of nine. In 1856 she gave birth to, Naile Sultan. After the birth of their children,…

… when he was six, and he moved to the house of his father’s elder sister, his younger brother moved to another house, both in Yokosuka, while his father tried and failed in the transportation industry and quickly moved to Tokyo. A year later,…

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