Duman

Duman can refer to:

People
  • Nurduran Duman (born 1974), Turkish poet, writer, essayist, translator
  • Osman Kürşat Duman (born 1987), Turkish footballer
  • Ronald Duman, American medical researcher
  • Ronnie Duman (1929-1968), American racecar driver
Other
  • Duman (band), a Turkish Rock band
  • The Tumen River, which flows between Russia and North Korea

Other articles related to "duman":

Ronnie Duman
... Ronnie Duman (February 12, 1929 - June 9, 1968), was an American racecar driver ... Born in Dearborn, Michigan, Duman died in Milwaukee, Wisconsin during a fatal crash in the Rex Mays 150 at the Milwaukee Mile ... Duman ducked to the inside to miss both Sachs MacDonald ...
Grouse Lodge - Artists
... Party (A Weekend in the City), Laminate, Duman (Duman I and Duman II) Doves, Manic Street Preachers (tracks from their Lifeblood and Send Away The Tigers albums ...
Su Dingfang - Campaign Against Izgil
... Tujue) Duman (都曼), a commander of the Izgil (Pin ... The joint forces commanded by Duman quickly defeated the Tang vassal Yutian (于田, in modern Hotan, Xinjiang) ... In winter 659, Emperor Gaozong sent Su Dingfang against Duman, and once he arrived in the vicinity of Duman's army, he selected 10,000 infantry soldiers and 3,000 cavalry ...
Emperor Gaozong Of Tang - Reign - Xianqing Era (656–661)
... Tujue), Duman (都曼), the commander of the Esegels (aka Izgil, Ch ... The joint forces commanded by Duman quickly defeated the Tang vassal Yutian (于田, in modern Hotan, Xinjiang) ... In winter 659, Emperor Gaozong sent Su Dingfang against Duman, and once he arrived in the vicinity of Duman's army, he selected 10,000 infantry soldiers and 3,000 cavalry soldiers and made a surprise attack on ...