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Tan Dabin Tan Dabin (, also Romanized as Tan Dabīn; also known as Nāvān-e Bālā and Tan Davīn) is a village in Kuhestani-ye Talesh Rural District, in the Central District of Talesh County, Gilan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 141, in 28 families.
Ghost Mamma The film tells the story of a happily married couple, Ji-seok and In-ju, who lived with their son Dabin until a tragic accident which left Dabin alive but caused In-ju's death one year later. Ji-seok tries to commit suicide; however only he can see In-ju as ghost, which comforts him.
Brotnja In May 2014 the remains of 19 people were exhumed from a pit on Dabin vrh thought to be a family killed there during World War II in August 1941.
Boys Republic (band) Prior to the two years training from Universal Music, some of the members have received training under other recording labels and talent agencies. Sunwoo (vocal), formerly known as Dabin, was a former member of the South Korean boy band, TOUCH, managed by YYJ Entertainment and had also received training under Cube Entertainment. On the 10th July 2014, on his personal Twitter (SNS), he revealed that he has changed his name from Choi Dabin(최다빈) to Choi Sun Woo(최선우). Sungjun (rap and dance) was a former JYP Entertainment trainee and Suwoong (vocal) was previously under Big Hit Entertainment.
Black Tiger Sex Machine Black Tiger Sex Machine, often abbreviated as BTSM, are a Canadian electronic music trio from Montreal. The trio are the label heads for Kannibalen Records, which has signed such artists as Snails, Apashe, Dabin and more. BTSM specialize in various forms of aggressive, dark electronic music, as well as a unique live show that extends beyond a DJ performance. The trio are Marc Chagnon, Julien Maranda and Patrick Barry. The group can be identified by their state-of-the-art tiger helmets.
RockCrete On 9 May 2016, RockCrete Consultancy seed funded a manga-based sketch studio SketchConic for producing series of time-lapse sketch videos. The following webisode was released where SketchConic featured drawing Kakashi Hatake (from Naruto) featuring song by electronic artist Dabin. Further featuring Sasuke Uchiha speed drawing video from Naruto. The most successful video till date is speed-drawing video of Ken Kaneki of the Tokyo Ghoul.
Peng Dehuai Prime Minister Zhou Enlai made an effort to save Peng by placing him under PLA surveillance. On December 25, Zhou's office ordered the Red Guards who had abducted Peng to accompany members of the PLA from Chengdu, to deliver Peng to Beijing by train (instead of by plane, because the airports in Sichuan had been taken over by Red Guards), and then to deliver Peng to the Beijing PLA garrison. After the party arrived in Beijing, Wang Dabin successfully directed Red Guards under his command to delay the PLA unit scheduled to take possession of Peng, and succeeded in keeping Peng from being saved.
List of cities, towns and villages in Gilan Province Tabaq Sar | Tabar Kalayeh | Tabar Sara | Tabestan Neshin | Tabtus | Taham | Taher Beyk Mahalleh | Taher Gurab | Tahmas Gavabar | Tajan Gukeh | Tajan | Takhteh Puri | Takhteh | Takiabad | Takram | Tala Bar | Talab Darreh | Talabon | Talabonak | Talakuh | Talargah | Taleb Sara | Talebabad | Taleh Gongah | Taleh Mian | Taleh Sar | Taleh Sar | Talem Seh Shanbeh | Taleqan | Talesh Kuh | Talesh Mahalleh | Talesh Mahalleh | Talesh Mahalleh | Talesh Mahalleh-ye Bahambar | Taleshan | Talijan Kar | Talikan | Talisin | Tamal | Tamchal | Tamijan | Tamsheh Lameh | Tan Dabin | Tanazarud | Tanbu | Tang Darreh | Tang Rud | Tangab | Tangdeh Tul Gilan | Tani Mahalleh | Tanian | Tappeh | Taqi Sara | Taraz Kuh | Taresh | Tarik Darreh | Tark | Tarom Sar | Tarom Sara | Tarom Sara | Tarpu | Tarshabur | Tasandeh | Tash Kola | Tash | Taskuh | Tataf | Tataf Rud | Tatbalu | Tavasankesh | Tazehabad | Tazehabad | Tazehabad | Tazehabad | Tazehabad | Tazehabad | Tazehabad | Tazehabad | Tazehabad | Tazehabad | Tazehabad-e Chaf | Tazehabad-e Chomaqestan | Tazehabad-e Fushazdeh | Tazehabad-e Jankah | Tazehabad-e Kalashem | Tazehabad-e Khachekin | Tazehabad-e Kord Sara Kuh | Tazehabad-e Marzian | Tazehabad-e Narakeh | Tazehabad-e Pasikhan | Tazehabad-e Sadar | Tekhsem | Teleh Khan | Teymur Kuh | Tiksar | Tisiyeh | Titak | Titi Karvansara | Titi Parizad | Tiyeh | Tokam | Tolum Khani | Tomajan | Torbeh Bar | Torbehgudeh | Tork Mahalleh | Tork Mahalleh | Tork Mahalleh-ye Alalan | Tork Neshin Lowshan | Torshayeh | Torshkuh | Tuchah-e Alman | Tuchi Payeh Bast | Tui Dasht | Tukamjan | Tukandeh | Tukas | Tuksar-e Shijan | Tul Gilan | Tul Lat | Tula Rud-e Bala | Tula Rud-e Pain | Tulay-e Bala | Tulay-e Pain | Turan Sara | Tuseh Chaleh | Tuseh Kaleh | Tuseh Rud | Tuseh Sara | Tusheh Mian | Tushi | Tuska Mahalleh-ye Qasemabad | Tusowdasht | Tustan | Tut Kaleh-ye Olya | Tut Kaleh-ye Sofla | Tutaki | Tutkabon | Tutnesa | Tuysaravandan
Peng Dehuai Deng's speech also stated that Mao's decision in 1959, which vilified Peng as the leader of an "anti-Party clique", had been "entirely wrong", and that it had "undermined intra-Party democracy". From January 1979, the Party encouraged historians and those who had known Peng to produce many memoirs, historical stories, and articles praising and remembering Peng. In 1980 the Intermediate Court of Justice in Wuhan sentenced Wang Dabin, the Red Guard who had directed Peng's arrest in 1966, to nine years in prison for "the persecution and torture of Comrade Peng Dehuai". In 1986, an "autobiography", "Memoirs of a Chinese Marshal", was compiled from various documents that Peng had written about his life. Much of the material for "Memoirs" was drawn from the "confessions" that Peng had written during the Cultural Revolution, and the book focused on Peng's early life, before the Second Sino-Japanese War. In 1988, China released a set of stamps to commemorate the ninetieth anniversary of Peng's birth. In modern China, Peng is considered one of the greatest military leaders of the twentieth century.
Peng Dehuai Peng was one of the first public figures singled out for persecution in 1966 by the Cultural Revolution Group. The Party Secretariat attempted to shield Peng, but Mao's wife, Jiang Qing, took a personal interest in Peng's persecution and directed Red Guards in Sichuan to find Peng in Chengdu, arrest him, and deliver him to Beijing to be persecuted. Local Red Guards in Chengdu were not enthusiastic to follow these orders: they visited Peng's house on December 22, 1966 and attempted to intimidate Peng by informing him of the recent arrests of some of his friends and comrades, and of the imminent arrests of Liu Shaoqi and Deng Xiaoping. Because of local Red Guards' lack of enthusiasm to carry out Jiang Qing's orders, a more radical Red Guard leader, Wang Dabin, arrived in Chengdu on December 24, and denounced his local comrades as "rightists" and "traitors" for delaying Peng's arrest. The Red Guards then abducted Peng in the early morning of December 25, put him in chains, and ransacked his house. Peng's bodyguards arrived to save Peng at around 4:00 AM, but were already too late.