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Team, Place & City Details

Houstoun-Boswall baronets

The Houstoun, later Houstoun-Boswall Baronetcy, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. The title was created on 19 July 1836 for General Sir William Houstoun, GCB. The second Baronet was a Colonel in the Grenadier Guards.

Hostouň (Domažlice District)
Hostouň (Domažlice District)

Hostouň is a town in the Domažlice District in the Plzeň Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 1,300 inhabitants.

Hostouň (Kladno District)
Hostouň (Kladno District)

Hostouň is a municipality and village in the Kladno District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has a population of about 1,400.

Hostouň

Hostouň is the name of several locations in the Czech Republic:

Sokolov Basin
Sokolov Basin

The Sokolov Basin or Falkenau Basin is a drainage basin and geomorphological unit in the Czech Republic. It is located in northwestern Bohemia and covers an area of 312 km².

Sokolov District
Sokolov District

Sokolov District is a district (okres) within the Karlovy Vary Region of the Czech Republic. Its capital is the town of Sokolov.

Sokolov, Czech Republic
Sokolov, Czech Republic

See other uses of Sokolov.Sokolov , Falknov nad Ohří until 1948 (Czech pronunciation: [ˈfalknof ˈnat oɦr̝iː]; German: Falkenau an der Eger) is a town in the Karlovy Vary Region of the Czech Republic, located to the northeast of Cheb. It has about 23,000 inhabitants.

Victor Sokolov

The Very Reverend Archpriest Victor Sokolov (February 21, 1947 – March 12, 2006) was a Russian-American former dissident Soviet journalist and an Eastern Orthodox priest. He wrote articles critical of the Soviet government that were clandestinely distributed throughout the Soviet Union and abroad.

Sokołów Podlaski
Sokołów Podlaski

Sokołów Podlaski [sɔˈkɔwuf pɔdˈlaski] is a town in Poland, in Masovian Voivodeship, about 80 kilometres east of Warsaw. The town lies on the Cetynia river, in the historical region of Podlachia and is the capital of Sokołów County.

Sokolov's dwarf hamster

Sokolov's dwarf hamster is a species of rodent in the hamster and vole family Cricetidae. Previously listed as conspecific with Chinese striped hamster, it has been listed as a separate species since 1988.

Boris Sokolov

Boris Sokolov may refer to: Boris Sergeyevich Sokolov , Russian geologist, paleontologist and academician Boris Vadimovich Sokolov (born 1957), historian and Russian literature researcher Boris Sokolov (born 1944), Russian actor in The Hobbit (1985 film) Boris Sokoloff (1893–1979), Russian doctor, politician, cancer researcher and author.

Sokolov Award

The Sokolov Prize is an Israeli journalism award, awarded by the Tel Aviv municipality, in memory of Nahum Sokolow. The award has been granted since 1956, initially to outstanding print journalists and since 1981 to journalists from the electronic media.

Sokolov (surname)

Sokolov or Sokolova (Соколо́ва, feminine) is one of the top ten most common Russian family names and has Cossack roots. The name derives from the Russian word "Со́кол" (sokol, meaning "falcon").