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Irma - Wikipedia

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Irma may refer to: Irma (name), a female given name. Irma (singer), full name Irma Pany, a Cameroonian female singer-songwriter. Irma, Alberta, Canada, a village. Irma, Lombardy, Italy, a comune. Irma, Wisconsin, USA, an unincorporated community.

Irma (name) - Wikipedia

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Irma is a female given name. It is also used in combination with other names in the abbreviated form "Irm-," for example, Irmine, Irmela, Irmgard, Irmgardis, Irmentraud. The name comes from the Old High German irmin, meaning world. The anglicised form is Emma.

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IRMA - What does IRMA stand for? The Free Dictionary

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IRMA. International Rehabilitation Medicine Association. IRMA. Information Resources Management Administration (US government).

Irma - YouTube

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Irma | Queen's Blade Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia

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"Mission, acknowledged. Her Majesty the Queen.". Irma (イルマ) is a member of the Queen's death squad (founded by Queen Aldra), the Assassins of Fang. Few people even know that she exists. Irma adopts an emotionless attitude due to her early training alongside Echidna.

Irma - CDs and Vinyl at Discogs

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ICP = IRMA CasadiPrimordine IC = IRMA On Canvas (usually Italian pressings) IU = IRMA Unlimited (usually American pressings) OIC or OLD = IRMA Classics.

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Follow IRMA on her journey into the world of Fashion, Beauty and Travel. Join IRMA on IRMASWORLD, ICON-Welt am Sonntag, ELLE Japan.

Irma Grese

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Irma pleaded not guilty to the specific charges brought against her. Many of the survivors of Belsen testified against Irma. (see photo at her trial wearing her number.)

Irma - Wiktionary

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From German Irma in the nineteenth century. Short form of Germanic names beginning with irm(en)-, erm(en) "whole, entire". Cognate with English Emma. Irma. A female given name. 1939 Herbert Ernest Bates, The Flying Goat, Ulverscroft Large Print Books (1995), ISBN 0708934234, page 52...

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