You Might Like


- Noun

The monitor. See Monitor, 3.

More related articles

  • Darreh Varan

    Darreh Varan (Persian: دره وران‎, also Romanized as Darreh Varān and Darreh Wārān) is a village in Khav and Mirabad Rural District, Khav and Mirabad District, Marivan County, Kurdistan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 337, in 70 families.

  • Ateliers Varan

    Ateliers Varan is an association of filmmakers based in Paris, France, whose primary work is running non-academic hands-on courses in documentary filmmaking both in France and across the world. Founded in 1981 with the spirit and support of Jean Rouch, it has trained generations of documentary filmmakers in places ranging from Vietnam to Kenya, Serbia, Georgia and Afghanistan.

  • Varan, Iran

    Varan, Iran

    Varan (Persian: واران‎, also Romanized as Varān and Vārān; also known as Wārūn) is a village in Jasb Rural District, in the Central District of Delijan County, Markazi Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 257, in 114 families.

  • Esin Varan

    Esin Varan is an American actress and writer who has worked in film and television and on the stage. She has Turkish, Armenian, Greek and Georgian ancestry.

  • Varanasi Ramamurthy

    Varanasi Ramamurthy

    Dr. Varanasi Ramamurthy known also as Renu was a writer, translator, educator from Andhra Pradesh, India

  • Tarika varana

    Tarika varana is a moth of the subfamily Arctiinae. It is found in India (Sikkim).

  • Baptista Varani

    Baptista Varani

    Camilla Battista da Varano, O.S.C., (9 April 1458 – 31 May 1524), from Camerino, Italy, was an Italian princess and a Poor Clare nun and abbess. She is venerated as a saint in the Catholic Church.

  • Varanasi Junction railway station

    Varanasi Junction railway station

    Varanasi Junction, also known as Banaras Junction, Varanasi Cantt Railway Station and Banaras Cantt Railway Station (Station code: BSB), is the Main Railway Station which serves the City of Varanasi.

You Might Like