Muna Jabir Adam is a Sudanese athlete born in Al-Ubayyid who specializes in the 400 metres hurdles.
Munraj Pal is an English former professional snooker player.
Munarvágr was a location on the southern shore of Samsø, which is mentioned in the legendary sagas Hervarar saga and Ragnar Lodbrok's saga.In the Hervarar saga, it is where Hjalmar and Orvar-Odd fought Angantyr and his brothers, the sons of Arngrim. Later, Angantyr's daughter Hervor steps ashore in her quest to claim the enchanted sword Tyrfing from the barrow-wight of her own father.
Munara is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is part of Kallar Kahar tehsil.
Munachi Abii is a Nigerian rapper / hip-hop artist, songwriter, television presenter model, and actress who performs under the name Muna. She is the winner of Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) 2007.
Muna Regency is a regency of Southeast Sulawesi Province of Indonesia, covering part of the island of Muna as well as smaller islands off its coast. Until 2014 it had an area of 2,945.05 km2, but in that year the western eleven districts of that Regency were split off to form a new West Muna Regency.
The Mungar Junction to Monto railway line is a 267 kilometre railway in Queensland, Australia. Progressively opened in eleven stages between 1889 and 1928 the line branched from the North Coast line at Mungar Junction a short distance west of Maryborough and followed a westerly route towards Biggenden and Gayndah before turning north via Mundubbera and Eidsvold to Monto.
Munarivippu is a 1993 Tamil language film directed by Bhuvan. The film features Sarathkumar and Heera in lead roles whilst Napoleon, Chinni Jayanth and S. S. Chandran play supporting roles.
The Muna is a river in the Sakha Republic, Russia. It is a left tributary of the lower reaches of the Lena River and has a length of 715 km (444 mi).
Muna Jabbur was a Lebanese novelist. Alongside her contemporary Layla Balabakki, she was regarded as one of the pioneering vanguards shaping the literary culture scene of Beirut in the 1960s.
Caruso may refer to:
"Caruso" is a song written by Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Dalla in 1986. It is dedicated to Enrico Caruso, an Italian tenor.
The following discography contains information regarding some of the published recordings by Enrico Caruso made from 1902 through 1920 as have been made available in selected compact disc compilations.