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Roda JC Kerkrade

Sportvereniging Roda Juliana Combinatie Kerkrade (; Kerkrade dialect : ''Sjport Verainiejoeng Roda Juliana Combinaatsiejoeën Kirchroa''), also known as Roda JC Kerkrade () is a Dutch professional Dutchassociation football club located in Dutchassociation footballKerkrade , Dutchassociation footballKerkradeNetherlands . Roda JC Kerkrade plays in the Dutchassociation footballKerkradeNetherlandsEredivisie . The club was founded after a merger between Dutchassociation footballKerkradeNetherlandsEredivisieRapid... read more

Roda JC (women)

Roda JC Vrouwen was the women's football section of Roda JC football club from Kerkrade, the Netherlands. They wanted to join the Women's Eredivisie the year it was erected but did not get permission by the KNVB. On 1 March 2008 Roda JC announced that the next season they shall join the 2008-09 season.In May 2009 Roda JC announced they withdraw the support for their women's section, for financial reasons.Roda JC worked together with RKTSV from Kerkrade.==2010-11 squad==Source: nl.women.soccerway.com&... read more

2011–12 Roda JC Kerkrade season

The 2011-12 season will be the 39th season for Roda JC competing in the Dutch Eredivisie. This article will show statistics and list details of all matches played by the club during the season.===Team kit===Diadora will be supplying the team kits for another season. Accon-avm is the shirt sponsor for the second season on a row. read more

Category:Roda JC players

This is a category for Roda JC players past and present.Category:Footballers in the Netherlands by club read more

RodA

RodA is a class I 14 kDa hydrophobin protein which is known to coat the spores and conidia of the filamentous fungi ''Aspergillus fumigatus''.de Jesus Carrion,S.,Leal Jr., S.M., Paul-Latge,J.,Pearlman, E.,Hydrophobin RodA protein is essential for masking the host immune response and enhancing fungal survival of Aspergillus fumigatus during corneal infection. ''The Journal of Immunology 188(55.9) May 2012 Mutants of ''A. fumigatus'', whose rodA gene is knocked out , are characterized by a decreased... read more

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Roda-Roda

''Roda-Roda'' is a Malay language motorcycle magazine published in Malaysia. It is published monthly since 1986 by Bayu Enterprise based at Bukit Rahman Putra, Sungai Buloh, Selangor.Besides of motorcycle news and test ride reviews of the latest motorcycle models available in Malaysia as well as motorcycle racing reviews such as MotoGP and Malaysian Cub Prix, Roda-Roda alsu features test ride reviews and news related to motorcycles in other countries through its two journalists overseas, consisting... read more

Alexander Roda Roda

Alexander Roda Roda (born ''Šandor Friedrich Rosenfeld''; April 13, 1872 – August 20, 1945) was an Austrian writer.==Biography==Roda Roda was born as Šandor Friedrich Rosenfeld in Drnowitz, Moravia , Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (now Drnovice , Czech Republic). His sister was the physician DrnoviceGisela Januszewska . As a child, he moved with his family to DrnoviceGisela JanuszewskaSlavonia . He Germanized his name from Šandor to Alexander, and his surname from Rosenfeld to Roda Roda.... read more

Roda, Virginia

Roda is an unincorporated community and coal town located in Wise County, Virginia, United States.==References==Category:Unincorporated communities in Wise County, VirginiaCategory:Unincorporated communities in Virginia read more

Maria Roda

Maria Roda (1877-1958) was an Italian American anarchist-feminist activist, speaker and writer, who participated in the labor struggles among textile workers in Italy and the United States during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.==Early life==Born in 1877 in Como, Italy, Maria Roda was an activist in radical social movements from a young age. Her mother, Adele Parravicini, died when Roda was young, leaving her and her three sisters in the care of their father, Cesare Roda Balzarini, a weaver... read more

Roda, Greece

Roda is a Greek village mainly designed for summertime tourism. The village becomes almost a ghost town in the winter.The village is at the centre of the north coast of the Greek island of Corfu. It normally opens up in May and closes down for winter around October.A part of Roda beach is awarded with the blue flag.== References ==Category:Populated places in Corfu (regional unit) read more

Weißbach (Roda)

Weißbach (Roda) is a river of Thuringia, Germany. read more

Stéphane Roda

Stéphane Roda (born June 16, 1973 in Cagnes-sur-Mer, France) is a retired French midfielder.During his career, Roda played for Aurillac, Metz, Gueugnon, Strasbourg, Angers, Le Havre and Fréjus. ==External links==Category:Étoile Fréjus Saint-Raphaël playersCategory:Football Club Aurillac Arpajon Cantal Auvergne players read more

La Roda

La Roda is a small city located in the Province of Albacete in the autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha in Spain.==Description==The town has a population of around 16,500 people. It is an important industrial town. Its most famous building is the church which dates from the 15th century.Its main culinary speciality are the Miguelitos. Tennis player Guillermo García López hails from La Roda.==External links==Category:Municipalities of the Province of AlbaceteCategory:Populated places in the... read more

Roda Antar

Roda Antar (; born 12 September 1980 in Freetown) is a Lebanese professional footballer who last played for Hangzhou Greentown in the Chinese Super League. He represented Lebanon from 1998 to 2016, captaining the national team and become the country's leading goal scorer with 20 goals.Antar started his career with Tadamon Sour, progressing through their youth system to the first-team squad where he made his debut at the age of 17 in the Lebanese Premier League during the 1998–99 season. He finished... read more

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