• Mukhu Aliyev

    Mukhu Aliyev

    Mukhu Gimbatovich Aliyev (Russian: Муху́ Гимба́тович Али́ев, Russian pronunciation: [mʊˈxu ɡʲɪmˈbatəvʲɪtɕ ɐˈlʲiɪf ]; Avar: Мухӏу Гӏалиев; born August 6, 1940) was the President of the Republic of Dagestan, a federal subject of Russia. He was born in the village of Tanusi, Khunzakhsky District, Dagestan ASSR, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. Ethnically, he is Avar. He was the speaker of the Republic's parliament before being accepted as the President by the Dagestan parliament on February 20, 2006, having been nominated by the Russian President Vladimir Putin to replace Dagestan's long-time leader Magomedali Magomedov.

  • Yukhu

    Yukhu (Azerbaijani: Yuxu (Latin)/Јуху (Cyrillic), Russian: Юху [juˈxu] , Turkish: Yuhu) were an Azerbaijani rock band based in Sumgayit, that were active from 1988 to 2001. They became one of the most popular Azerbaijani rock bands during the 1990s. The group released three studio albums.

  • Almir Mukhutdinov

    Almir Mukhutdinov

    Almir Nurullovich Mukhutdinov (Russian: Альмир Нуруллович Мухутдинов; born 9 June 1985) is a Kazakhstani professional football player who plays for Kazakhstan Premier League side FC Zhetysu. He also holds Russian citizenship.

  • Ganarjiis Mukhuri

    Ganarjiis Mukhuri (Georgian: განარჯიის მუხური;Also known as contracted form: ganmukhuri) is a village in the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region of western Georgia. It is situated near the border with Abkhazia (a breakaway region of Georgia) and the city of Zugdidi. In 2006, a patriot camp in Ganmukhuri was opened. On August 18, 2008, after the Russian-Georgian War, the village was occupied by Abkhazian separatists and Russian military forces. They burnt the patriot camp in Ganmukhuri. On September 9, 2008, Abkhaz separatists and the Russian military left Ganmukhuri. The village is currently controlled by the Georgian Police.

  • Sukhumvit


    Sukhumvit Road (Thai: ถนนสุขุมวิท, Thanon Sukhumwit), or Thailand Route 3 (Thai: ทางหลวงแผ่นดินหมายเลข 3), is a major road in Thailand, and a major surface road of Bangkok and other cities. It follows a coastal route from Bangkok to Khlong Yai District, Trat border to Koh Kong, Cambodia

  • Vukhuclepis


    Vukhuclepis lyhaoensis is an extinct, primitive antiarch placoderm. Specimens are of mostly complete thoracic armor from the Lower Devonian Lyhao Formation in Vietnam. The armor is very similar to that of Yunnanolepis , but is distinguished by a unique pattern of raised ridges radiating from a point at the center of the dorsal shield of the thoracic armor. A similar, albeit more floral-looking pattern is seen in the Chinese Mizia . V. lyhaoensis' armor is further ornamented with small tubercles.

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