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AA Gent (women)

AA Gent Ladies is a women's section of AA Gent. It was founden in 1996 as Melle Ladies. In 2012 their name changed to AA Gent Ladies. ==External links==Category:Women's football clubs in BelgiumCategory:Association football clubs established in 1996 read more

K.A.A. Gent

Koninklijke Atletiek Associatie Gent (, English: ''Royal Athletic Association Ghent''), often simply known as Ghent or by their nickname ' (), is a Belgian football, track and field and field hockey club, based in the city of Ghent, East Flanders. They have been playing in the Belgian Pro League since the 1989–90 season. They won the national league once, in 2014–15, in addition to three Belgian Cup victories. Ghent played their home matches in the Jules Ottenstadion in Gentbrugge from 1920... read more

.gent

.gent is a GeoTLD for Ghent, Flanders in Belgium. read more

AA

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Aa!

was a Japanese idol pop group in Hello! Project, formerly made up of leader and Morning Musume member Reina Tanaka, Miyabi Natsuyaki and Airi Suzuki, two Hello! Project Kids.==History==The group's name was chosen by producer and writer Tsunku to represent multiple emotions such as joy and sadness multi-lingually, and so the group's CDs would be alphabetically at the start in record stores (although most Hello! Project merchandise is grouped together). The original group itself released only one single.Notable... read more

Peter Gent

George Davis Peter Gent (August 23, 1942 – September 30, 2011) ''Washington Post''. Retrieved 2016-07-03. was a Michigan State University Michigan State Universitybasketball player and Michigan State UniversitybasketballNational Football League Michigan State UniversitybasketballNational Football Leaguewide receiver turned Michigan State UniversitybasketballNational Football Leaguewide receivernovelist . ''Los Angeles Times''. Retrieved 2016-07-03. He authored the best-seller '' Michigan... read more

Thomas Gent

Thomas Gent (1693, Ireland – 1778, York) was a printer and writer, born in Ireland, who spent most of his working life in York. He authored publisher several works, mostly histories, but was financially unsuccessful.His poetry and the woodcut illustrations in his publications are considered to be of a low standard, but his historical accounts, as well as details in his own autobiography are considered to be valuable historical resources.==Biography==Thomas Gent was born to parents of ordinary background.... read more

Gent Hawks

Gent Hawks is a Belgian professional basketball club that is located in the Gent area of the Province of East-Flanders, Belgium. The club competes in the second basketball division in Belgium. The team was founded in 1950. The team plays home games at the 2,374 seat Tolhuis. The club has played in the Belgian highest division since 2007. The season before, they became champion in the second division. read more

Gent Strazimiri

Gent Hysen Strazimiri (, born 6 October 1972) is a member of the Assembly of the Republic of Albania for the Democratic Party of Albania (DP). He was Deputy Minister of Interior Affairs from 2007 to 2009. Strazimiri is also member of the committee on Legal Affairs, Public Administration and Human Rights and Committee on Education and Public Information.Stazimiri is since 2009 the deputy leader of the DP in the Albanian parliament.==Background==Strazimiri was born in Tirana, where he followed the... read more

Gent RFC

Gent RFC is a Belgian rugby club in Ghent. Former IOC president Jacques Rogge was a founding member of the club. (in Dutch)==History==The club was founded in 1969 by Jacques Rogge, his brother Philippe Rogge, Pierre Saverys, Jan Standaert and Guy Callebaut. They were all former ASUB Rugby players who found it increasingly hard to travel from Ghent to Brussels, where the aforementioned club was based at the time.==External links==Category:Rugby clubs established in 1969 read more

Chris Gent

Sir Christopher Charles Gent HonFREng (born 10 May 1948) is a British businessman, He is the former chief executive officer of HonFREngVodafone , a British multinational HonFREngVodafonemobile phone company. He is currently the chairman of HonFREngVodafonemobile phoneGlaxoSmithKline , the world's fourth largest pharmaceutical company .==Early life==Born in 1948 in fourth largest pharmaceutical companyBeckenham , fourth largest pharmaceutical companyBeckenhamKent , Gent was raised in fourth... read more

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Hogeschool Gent

University College Ghent is the largest university college in Flanders, with three faculties, one School of Arts and 13,000 students., HoGent, 2013-10-16 Its establishment in 1995 is the outcome of two successful mergers that involved sixteen Belgian institutions of higher education. Many had been influential leaders in higher education for several decades. The current faculties are spread over the city center of Ghent and Aalst.== Organisation ==University College Ghent is one of the 17 university... read more

Gent–Wevelgem

Gent–Wevelgem, officially Gent–Wevelgem – In Flanders Fields, is a road cycling race in Belgium, held annually since 1934. It one of the classic races part of the Flemish Cycling Week, run in late March on the last Sunday before the Tour of Flanders.Although the event is often called the sprinters' classic due to its flat finishing terrain, its early-season date means riders are often tested by wind and rain, as well as several climbs, including two ascents of the steep and fully cobbled Kemmelberg.... read more

Edward Gent

Sir Gerard Edward James Gent (28 October 1895 – 4 July 1948) was the first appointed Governor of the Malayan Union in 1946.==Life==Gent was born in 1895 was the son of John Gent (1844–1927) and Harriet Frankland Randall. His original name was Gerard Edward James Gent, but he changed it to Edward James Gent, the reasons for which were unknown. He was educated at The King's School, Canterbury, and Trinity College, Oxford.Gent married Guendolen Mary Wyeth in 1923, and they had four children, Marcus... read more

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