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Numerology information Zura:
- Name Number: 3. Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Definition funny of Zura:
- It's not Zura, it's Pine Tree!
Songs about Zura:
- Hédètch gara zura by Ayalew Mesfin from the Album Ethiopiques, Vol. 24: Golden years of Modern Ethiopian Music (1969-1975)
- Jeux chantés, jeux d'élimination : Tomi xherri Une te zura doren Hyly Byly by Les Enfants du Monde, Francis Corpataux from the Album Chant des enfants du monde, vol. 16 : L'Albanie
- Santa zura by Simaro from the Album Ingratitude
- Zura by Fermata from the Album Through the Distance and the Dark
- Zura by Jerry from the Album Zura
- Zura by Fermata from the Album Only Ghosts Remain
- Zura by Op-tin from the Album Massive Trance Top 50, Vol. 3
- Zura by Jerry from the Album Zura
- Zura (Original Mix) by Opt-in from the Album Zura
- Zura (Rene Ablaze Remix) by Opt-in from the Album Zura
Books about Zura:
- The Honeymoon Corruption - Mar 31, 2015 by Richard Lee Zuras
- The Art of Aphorism and Nietzsche's Blind Passion - Aug 20, 2014 by Zura Shiolashvili
- The Elemental Odyssey: Tales of Zura Book One - Jun 6, 2011 by Derek J Canyon
- The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Book of the Dead, Vol. 10 - Phantom Eagle to Zuras - Nov 1992 by Stan Lee and Tom DeFalco
- The Bastard Year - Mar 1, 2012 by Richard Lee Zuras
- The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #20 : Book of the Dead - From Stick to Zuras (Marvel... - 1988 by Peter Sanderson
- Where Magic Reigns (Tales of Zura, Book 2) - Jan 15, 2012 by Derek J. Canyon
- Out & Allied: An Anthology of Performance Pieces Written by LGBTQ Youth and Allies - Apr 8, 2011 by Cathy Plourde and Meghan Brodie
- Raptors and Owls of Georgia - 2005 by Galvez, Rafael Antonio; Gavashelishvili, Lexo; Javakhishvili, Zura
- Zura: The Legend of Janusz Zurakowski - 2004 by Bill Zuk
Wiki information Zura:
- Location, Statistical region, City/Town/Village, Dated location
Zura is a village in Balkh Province in northern Afghanistan.
- Edmundo Zura
- Soccer, Person, Football player, Identity, Measured person, Athlete
Edmundo Salomón Zura de Jesús, is an Ecuadorian professional footballer who plays for El Nacional. Zura is a centre forward who is known for his superb heading, powerful shooting and ruthless finishing. Zura celebrates his goals by donning a blue...
- Musical Artist
- Zura Bitiyeva
- Woman, Person, Deceased Person
Zura Bitiyeva was a locally well-known Chechen human rights activist who was extrajudicially executed by what assumed to be a Russian government death squad in 2003 after she complained to the European Court of Human Rights of ill treatment during an...
- Zura Barayeva
- Woman, Deceased Person, Person
Zura Barayeva was the widow of Arbi Barayev, a notorious Chechen warlord. She was killed during the Moscow theater hostage crisis in October 2002, in which she headed a female unit. A former hostage described her: "She seemed very normal. She hid her...
- Zurab Tsereteli
- Painting Artist, Influence Node, Architect, Person, Visual Artist
Zurab Konstantines dze Tsereteli is a Georgian-Russian painter, sculptor and architect who holds the office of President of the Russian Academy of Arts.
- Maciej Żurawski
- Professional Association Football Player, Football player, Measured person, Athlete, Person
Maciej Żurawski is a retired Polish footballer who played as a striker. Żurawski appeared 72 times and scored 17 goals for Poland, representing them at two World Cups and Euro 2008. He also scored 121 goals in the Polish Ekstraklasa and was the top...
- Zura Javakhia
- Actor, Topic, Film actor, Person
Zura Javakhia is an actor.
- TV Character, Fictional Character
Zura is a fictional character from the 2006 anime TV series Mamotte! Lollipop.
- Zurab Zhvania
- Deceased Person, Politician, Person
Zurab Zhvania was a Georgian politician, who served as Prime Minister of Georgia and Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia as well as Minister without Portfolio. Zhvania assumed premiership on 18 February 2004 and remained on the position until his...