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Judo At The 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games
Judo at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games was held at the Thomas Robinson Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas on 18 July 2017. Medalists Male Female Medal table Participating nations A total of 51 athletes from 17 nations competed in judo at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games: References {{Reflist External links Official website
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Judo
is a system of unarmed combat, gendai budō, modern Japanese martial art and Olympic sport (since 1964).『日本大百科全書』電子版【柔道】(CD-ROM version of Encyclopedia Nipponica, "Judo"). Judo was created in 1882 by Kanō Jigorō, Jigoro Kano (嘉納治五郎) as an eclectic martial art, distinguishing itself from its predecessors (primarily Tenjin Shin'yō-ryū, Tenjin Shinyo-ryu jujutsu and Kitō-ryū jujutsu) due to an emphasis on "randori" (乱取り, lit. free sparring) instead of "kata" (pre-arranged forms) alongside its removal of striking and weapon training elements. Judo rose to prominence for its dominance over Kodokan–Totsuka rivalry, established jujutsu schools in tournaments hosted by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department (警視庁武術大会, ''Keishicho Bujutsu Taikai''), resulting in its adoption as the department's primary martial art. As "jujutsu" was a Japanese term referring to this sub-type of martial arts in general, Judo was coll ...
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Sian Bobrowska
Sian or Siyan may refer to: __NOTOC__ People *Siân, a Welsh girl's name; list of people with this name Places *Sian, Iran (other), various places in Iran *Sian, Russia, a rural locality in Amur Oblast, Russia *Xi'an, China, formerly romanized as ''Sian'' Other uses * Sian (band), Scottish traditional music band * Sian (crater), a crater on Mars * Sian language, a Kajang language of Brunei and Sarawak * Lamborghini Sián FKP 37, a hybrid sports car launched in 2019 * SIANspheric, Canadian band formerly named ''Sian'' * Stop the Islamisation of Norway (, SIAN), a Norwegian anti-Islam group which was established in 2008 * Siyan, a Kurdish tribe See also

*Sain, a Welsh record label *Sihan language, a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea *Syan language, a Bantu language spoken in East Africa {{Disambig, geo ...
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Karra Hanna
Karra may refer to: * Karra River, a river in Makawanpur district of Bagmati Province, Nepal * Karra block, a community development block in Khunti district, Jharkhand, India ** Karra, Khunti, a village in Jharkhand, India See also

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Aoife Kristie Mccallion
Aoife ( ; ; also spelled ''Aífe'', ''Aeife'') is an Irish language, Irish feminine given name. The name is probably derived from the Irish Gaelic ''aoibh'', which means "beauty" or "radiance". It has been compared to the Gaulish name ''Esvios'' (Latinized ''Esuvius'', feminine ''Esuvia''), which may be related to the tribal name ''Esuvii'' and the theonym ''Esus''. Irish mythology In Irish mythology, Aífe the daughter of Airdgeimm, sister of Scathach, is a warrior woman beloved of Cuchullain in the Ulster Cycle. T. F. O'Rahilly supposed that the Irish heroine reflects an otherwise unknown goddess representing a feminine counterpart to Gaulish ''Esus''. Aífe or Aoife was also one of the wives of Lir in the ''Children of Lir, Oidheadh chloinne Lir'' ("Fate of the Children of Lir"), who turned her stepchildren into swans. There is also Aoife (Áiffe ingen Dealbhaoíth), a woman transformed into a crane, whose skin after death became Manannán's "Crane-bag". Biblical rendering ...
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Emily Elizabeth Ritchie
Emily may refer to: * Emily (given name), including a list of people with the name Music * Emily (1964 song), "Emily" (1964 song), title song by Johnny Mandel and Johnny Mercer to the film ''The Americanization of Emily'' * Emily (Dave Koz song), "Emily" (Dave Koz song), a 1990 song on Dave Koz's album ''Dave Koz'' * Emily (Bowling for Soup song), "Emily" (Bowling for Soup song), a 2003 song on Bowling for Soup's album ''Drunk Enough to Dance'' * "Emily" (2009), song on Clan of Xymox's album ''In Love We Trust'' * "Emily" (2019), song on Tourist (musician), Tourist's album ''Everyday'' * "Emily", song on Adam Green's album ''Gemstones (album), Gemstones'' * "Emily", song on Alice in Videoland's album ''Outrageous! (Alice in Videoland album), Outrageous!'' * "Emily", song on Elton John's album ''The One (Elton John album), The One'' * "Emily", song on Asian versions of Feeder's album ''Comfort in Sound'' * "Emily", song on From First to Last's album ''Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Ha ...
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Francis Lavinia Newman
Francis may refer to: People *Pope Francis, the head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State and Bishop of Rome *Francis (given name), including a list of people and fictional characters *Francis (surname) Places *Rural Municipality of Francis No. 127, Saskatchewan, Canada *Francis, Saskatchewan, Canada **Francis (electoral district) *Francis, Nebraska *Francis Township, Holt County, Nebraska *Francis, Oklahoma *Francis, Utah Other uses *Francis International Airport, a fictional international airport in Liberty City (Grand Theft Auto), Liberty City in the ''Grand Theft Auto (series), Grand Theft Auto'' series based on New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport *Francis (film), ''Francis'' (film), the first of a series of comedies featuring Francis the Talking Mule, voiced by Chill Wills *''Francis'', a 1983 play by Julian Mitchell *FRANCIS, a bibliographic database *Francis (1793), ''Francis'' (1793), a colonial schooner in Australia *Francis tu ...
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Holly Olivia Bentham
''Ilex'' (), or holly, is a genus of over 560 species of flowering plants in the family (biology), family Aquifoliaceae, and the only living genus in that family. ''Ilex'' has the most species of any woody dioecious angiosperm genus. The species are evergreen or deciduous trees, shrubs, and climbers from tropics to temperate zones worldwide. The type species is ''Ilex aquifolium'', the common European holly used in Christmas decorations and cards. Description The genus ''Ilex'' includes over m560 species, divided into three subgenera: * ''Ilex'' subg. ''Byronia'', with the type species ''Ilex polypyrena'' * ''Ilex'' subg. ''Prinos'', with 12 species * ''Ilex'' subg. ''Ilex'', with the rest of the species The genus is widespread throughout the temperate and subtropical regions of the world. It includes species of trees, shrubs, and climbers, with evergreen or deciduous foliage and inconspicuous flowers. Its range was more extended in the Tertiary period and many species are a ...
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Mya Beneby
Mya may refer to: Brands and product names * Mya (program), an intelligent personal assistant created by Motorola * Mya (TV channel), an Italian Television channel * Midwest Young Artists, a comprehensive youth music program Codes * Burmese language, ISO 639-3 code is * Moruya Airport's IATA code * The IOC, license plate, and UNDP country code for Myanmar ("MYA") People * Mýa or Mýa Marie Harrison (born 1979), an American R&B singer-songwriter and actress * Bo Mya (1927–2006), nom de guerre of a Myanmar rebel leader, chief commander of the Karen National Union Other uses * Abbreviation for Megaannum, "million years ago" * Mýa (album), ''Mýa'' (album), a 1998 album by Mýa * Mya (bivalve), ''Mya'' (bivalve), a genus of soft-shell clams * MYA (unit), MYA/mya for "million years ago", a science-related unit of time used in astronomy, geology and biology See also

* A (motor yacht) (M/Y A), a superyacht * Maia (other) * Maya (other) * Myia (fl. 5 ...
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Emma Catherine Forrest
Emma may refer to: * Emma (given name) Film * Emma (1932 film), ''Emma'' (1932 film), a comedy-drama film by Clarence Brown * Emma (1996 theatrical film), ''Emma'' (1996 theatrical film), a film starring Gwyneth Paltrow * Emma (1996 TV film), ''Emma'' (1996 TV film), a British television film starring Kate Beckinsale * Emma (2009 TV serial), ''Emma'' (2009 TV serial), a four-part BBC British television drama serial starring Romola Garai * Emma (2020 film), ''Emma'' (2020 film), a British drama film starring Anya Taylor-Joy Literature * Emma (novel), ''Emma'' (novel), an 1815 novel by Jane Austen * ''Emma Brown'', a fragment of a novel by Charlotte Brontë, completed by Clare Boylan in 2003 * Emma (Kenyon novel), ''Emma'' (Kenyon novel), a 1955 novel by F. W. Kenyon * ''Emma: A Modern Retelling'', a 2015 novel by Alexander McCall Smith * Emma (manga), ''Emma'' (manga), a 2002 manga by Kaoru Mori and the adapted Japanese animated series * EMMA (magazine), ''EMMA'' (magazine), a Ger ...
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Leah Kaye Grosvenor
Leah ''La'ya;'' from wikt:𒀖, () is an important figure in the Judeo-Christian tradition, the unloved wife of the Biblical patriarch Jacob. Leah was Jacob's first wife, and the older sister of his second (and favored) wife Rachel. She is the mother of Jacob's first son Reuben (son of Jacob), Reuben. She has three more sons, namely Simeon, Levi and Judah (son of Jacob), Judah, but does not bear another son until Rachel offers her a night with Jacob in exchange for some mandrake root (''dûdâ'îm''). Leah gives birth to two more sons after this, Issachar and Zebulun, and a daughter called Dinah. Biblical narrative Overview Leah first appears in the Book of Genesis, in Genesis 29, which describes her as the daughter of Laban (Bible), Laban and the older sister of Rachel, and is said to not compare to Rachel's physical beauty and that she has weary eyes. Earlier passages in the Book of Genesis give some background on her father's family, noting that through him, she is the ni ...
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Sofia Asvesta
Sofia ( ; bg, София, Sofiya, ) is the Capital city, capital and List of cities and towns in Bulgaria, largest city of Bulgaria. It is situated in the Sofia Valley at the foot of the Vitosha mountain in the western parts of the country. The city is built west of the Iskar (river), Iskar river, and has many mineral springs, such as the Sofia Central Mineral Baths. It has a humid continental climate. Being in the centre of the Balkans, it is midway between the Black Sea and the Adriatic Sea, and closest to the Aegean Sea. Known as Serdica in Late antiquity, Antiquity and Sredets in the Middle Ages, Sofia has been an area of List of oldest continuously inhabited cities, human habitation since at least 7000 BC. The recorded history of the city begins with the attestation of the conquest of Serdica by the Roman Republic in 29 BC from the Celtic settlement of Southeast Europe, Celtic tribe Serdi. During the decline of the Roman Empire, the city was raided by Huns, Visigoths, ...
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