Belga

Belga may refer to:

2009–10 Air21 Express season

The 2009–10 Air21 Express season is the 8th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA). In the Philippine Cup, they were known as Burger King Whoppers.

2012–13 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters season

The 2012–13 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters season was the seventh season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

2013–14 PBA Philippine Cup Finals

The 2013–14 Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Philippine Cup Finals was the best-of-7 championship series of the 2013–14 PBA Philippine Cup, and the conclusion of the conference's playoffs. The Rain or Shine Elasto Painters and the San Mig Super Coffee Mixers competed for the 35th All-Filipino championship and the 110th overall championship contested by the league.

The Mixers won the championship in six games.

2015–16 PBA Philippine Cup

The 2015–16 Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Philippine Cup, also known as the 2015–16 SmartBRO-PBA Philippine Cup for sponsorship reasons, was the first conference of the 2015–16 PBA season. The tournament started on October 21, 2015 and was finished on February 3, 2016. The tournament did not allow teams to hire foreign players or imports.

2016–17 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters season

The 2016–17 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters season was the 11th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

2017–18 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters season

The 2017–18 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters season was the 12th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

2019 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters season

The 2019 Rain or Shine Elasto Painters season is the 13th season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Balacra belga

Balacra belga is a moth of the family Erebidae. It was described by Kiriakoff in 1954. It is found in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Balgha

Balgha (Moroccan Arabic: البلغة‎, translit. l-bəlġa), also spelled balga, belgha, or belga, are heelless slippers made from leather. They are part of traditional dress in the Maghreb.

Balgha are worn by men and women of all social classes, both in urban and rural areas.

Beau Belga

Beau Michael Vincent Esparrago Belga (born November 30, 1986 in Gubat, Sorsogon) is a Filipino professional basketball player for the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters in the Philippine Basketball Association. He also starred in TV5's sitcom No Harm, No Foul as Bo Abelgas.

Belga (cigarette)

Belga was a Belgian brand of cigarettes that was owned and manufactured by British American Tobacco.

Belga (news agency)

Belga is a Belgium news agency which was founded in 1920 as the Agence télégraphique belge de presse by Pierre-Marie Olivier and Maurice Travailleur. The agency was based in Schaerbeek.

Belga Rise

Belga Rise was a Belgian automobile manufacturer, based in Haren, Brussels, specializing in luxury cars.

The company produced cars from 1928 to 1935. Initially, it produced cars under license for the French firm Sizaire-Naudin.

Engines used included the 6-cylinder Hotchkiss AMBO and straight-8s by F. N. , Minerva, Continental, and Talbot (Darracq). These engines were used with conventional 3-speed and Cotal 4-speed gearboxes. 35 cars were purchased by the Belgian Army for use as staff cars.

Belgian Brazilians

Belgian Brazilian (Portuguese: bélgico-brasileiro, belga brasileiro) is a Brazilian person of full, partial, or predominantly Belgian ancestry, or a Belgian-born person immigrant in Brazil.

Belgian Player of the Year (basketball)

The Belgian Player of the Year (Belgische Speler van het Jaar in Dutch) is an annual Basketball League Belgium Division I award given to the best player with a Belgian nationality. The award is organised by the Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsblad.

Metro (Belgian newspaper)

Metro is a free newspaper in Belgium, distributed on working days and aiming in particular at 18- to 44-year-old urban, active, mobile students and commuters. Separate Dutch and French-language versions, each with its own content, are according to the area's language(s) available in railway stations, subway stations, universities, etc. from dedicated stands that have the colour of the paper's header: blue for Dutch and green for French for easy recognition, especially where both occur.

The publisher is N.V. Mass Transit Media, located in the centre of the City of Brussels. The legal publisher is the company's General Manager Monique Raafels with an address in Antwerp. Its chief editor (Content Director) is Stefan Van Reeth.

In the period of 2001-2002 the paper had a circulation of 200,000 copies. On an ordinary Thursday, 10 May 2007, its 1,455th issue in Dutch version as always mentioned the number of prints, which was 265,000. Having over 800,000 readers, it claims to be the second largest newspaper of the country.It has an online presence, https://www.metrotime.be where along breaking news and entertainment, a complete online version of the newspaper is available in PDF format as well as a slightly simpler layout in ordinary HTML.

Metro's revenue comes from advertising. Its news sources are mainly the longstanding Belgian press agency Belga, Associated Press (AP), and Agence France-Presse (AFP); the legal rights to its pictures are with Belga and AP (unless otherwise specified).

Roman Colleges

The Roman Colleges, also referred to as the Pontifical Colleges in Rome, are institutions established and maintained in Rome for the education of future ecclesiastics of the Roman Catholic Church. Traditionally many were for students of a particular nationality. The colleges are halls of residence in which the students follow the usual seminary exercises of piety, study in private, and review the subjects treated in class. In some colleges there are special courses of instruction (languages, music, archaeology, etc.) but the regular courses in philosophy and theology are given in a few large central institutions, such as Pontifical Urbaniana University, the Pontifical Gregorian University, the Pontifical Lateran University, and the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Angelicum.

SS Empire Bell

Empire Bell was a 1,744 GRT collier which was built by Öresundsvarvet, Landskrona, Sweden as the 2,023 GRT passenger ship Belgia in 1930. In 1940 she was rebuilt as a cargo ship. In 1941, she was damaged by enemy bombing and burnt out. She was salvaged and sold to the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), repaired and renamed Empire Bell. She was torpedoed and sunk by U-442 on 25 September 1942.

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