• Elma

    Elma or ELMA may refer to:

  • Elma Kolenovic

    Elma Kolenovic

    Elma Kolenovic is an American soccer player from New York City who plays as a forward.

  • Elma Sinanović

    Elma Sinanovic is a Serbian singer from Novi Pazar .

  • Elma Electronic

    Elma Electronic is a publicly traded Swiss electronics company founded in 1960 and based in Wetzikon, Switzerland. The company has 5 product divisions: Systems Platforms, Backplanes, Enclosures & Components, Rotary Switches, and Cabinet Enclosures. The largest segment is systems packaging solutions serving the military, aerospace, homeland security, medical and industrial markets. The Elma Bustronic division develops backplanes, including VME320, which was the world's fastest VME backplane in 1997. Elma Bustronic also develops backplanes in OpenVPX, VMEbus, VME64X, CompactPCI, MicroTCA, and custom bus structures. Elma is an executive member of the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG), VME International Trade Association, and member of the OpenVPX Industry Working Standards Group.

  • Elma Mitchell

    Elma Mitchell (November 19, 1919 Airdrie, Lanarkshire - November 23, 2000) was a British poet.

  • Yagmur Arzu Elma

    Yagmur Arzu Elma (born (1996-01-19)19 January 1996 in İzmir) is a Turkish female water polo player, playing at the wing position. She is part of the Turkey women's national water polo team. She competed at the 2016 Women's European Water Polo Championship.

  • Elma Danielsson

    Elma Danielsson

    Elma Danielsson née Sundquist (1 March 1865, Falun - 8 February 1936, Lomma ), was a Swedish journalist and politician (Social Democrat). She was a journalist and temporary editor of the social democratic paper Arbetet from 1887 onward, and has been referred to as the first woman in the social democratic press.

  • Bir dilim iki dilim uc dilim elma

    Temuraga (Turkish: Temürağa),Tamour agha (Թամուր աղա), is a form of the Anatolian folk dance bar (dance) or Kasik Havasi.Temuraga is a folk dance spread all over Eastern Anatolia Region. There are similar folkloric dance tunes known as Çek deveci develeri engine in the Burdur.

  • Fikri Elma

    Fikri Elma (1 January 1934 – 15 November 1999) was a Turkish footballer. He played as a forward, most notably for Ankara Demirspor, with whom he finished top scorer of the 1961–62 Milli Lig. Elma was one of the top scorers in Turkish league history with 128 goals to his name. He died in Ankara on 15 November 1999 and was interred in Karşıyaka cemetery.

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