Diana Khodjaeva

Belgian pool player

About

Thing
Person
Diana Khodjaeva is a Belgian pool player. Khodjaeva is a former junior WPA World Nine-ball Championship winner, having won the girls event in 2012. Khodjaeva represented Europe at the Atlantic Challenge Cup in 2017 against the United States team. Khodjaeva is a two time European champion.
Diana Khodjaeva
Definition
Diana Khodjaeva is a Belgian pool player. Khodjaeva is a former junior WPA World Nine-ball Championship winner, having won the girls event in 2012. Khodjaeva represented Europe at the Atlantic Challenge Cup in 2017 against the United States team. Khodjaeva is a two time European champion.
Diana Khodjaeva
Diana Khodjaeva
Diana Khodjaeva is a Belgian pool player. Khodjaeva is a former junior WPA World Nine-ball Championship winner, having won the girls event in 2012. Khodjaeva represented Europe at the Atlantic Challenge Cup in 2017 against the United States team. Khodjaeva is a two time European champion.

Pronunciation

English

Diana Khodjaeva

Diana Khodjaeva
SpellingDiana Khodjaeva
Pronunciation[Diana Khodjaeva]
New to Cofactor?

Cofactor is a large, structured listing of people, places, and things. Here you can find the description of each topic.

Sequence Logo is an online tool for creating sequence logos. Paste your multiple sequence alignment and the sequence logo is generated automatically. Use Sequence Logo to easily create vector sequence logo graphs.

Please refer to the Sequence Logo manual for the sequence logo parameters and configuration. Sequence Logo supports multiple color schemes and download formats.

Sequence Logo is sequence logo generator. Sequence logos visualize protein and nucleic acid motifs and patterns identified through multiple sequence alignment.

Te Reo Maps is an online interactive Maori mapping service. All labels in Te Reo Maps are in Maori, making it the first interactive Maori map. Te Reo Maps is the world map, with all countries and territories translated into Maori.

Please refer to the list of countries in Maori for the Maori translations of country names. The list includes all UN members and sovereign territories.