Who's Who in Orioni

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Origin
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A recent cover of the book
AuthorVarious
CountryOrioni
LanguageOharic (original),
Anglish (current)
GenreBiography
PublisherCrown Content
Publication date
Annually
Media typePrint (hardback), ebook
ISBN978-0-593-07875-4

The Who's Who in Orioni is a collection of concise biographical references. It has been used by academics as a resource that identifies leading Orinese individuals and has been analysed when studying the social backgrounds – particularly education – of Orioni's elites. The Who's Who reference is currently published by Crown Content, a reference publishing company owned by the Empire State University.

Criteria

People are included if they have significantly contributed to Orioni life on a national or international level. They are Orinese people who have built a positive profile over time. Some people are considered to be significant politicians or business leaders, cultural contributors, names in sports and entertainment, etc.

There are no restrictions on age or sex, and entrants need not be born in Orioni. Each person's nomination is considered on its merits alone, and entry in the book cannot be paid for. The book is a snapshot of Orioni society at a particular point in time.

Latest edition

This is an excerpt from the most recent edition of Who's Who in Orioni as published by Crown Content. (Excerpt published with permission.)

People are listed in alphabetical order, based on their family names.

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B

C

D

E

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H

  • Hackney, Anna (°25 February 1966): Councillor of foreign affairs; former permanent representative to the Entente of Oriental States.
  • Hakushaku, Elisabeth of (°4 June 1990): Councillor of trade & transportation; countess of Hakushaku.[1]
  • Hega, Nicoli: Spokesperson for the Imperial Orinese Navy; lieutenant commander of the navy.
  • Hiddink, Guus (°8 November 1946): Former sports coach of the Orioni Orcas soccer team.
  • Hiramson, Hiram (°13 November 1957): Councillor of economy.
  • Hirani
  • Hoffmann, Julio (°2 June 1990): Football player for the Orioni Orcas.
  • Hoyman, Carolus (°27 October 1965): Senior defence analyst; former lieutenant colonel of the Imperial Orinese Army.

I

  • Ikari, Qabi: CEO of MedPhram Group.
  • Ionas, Erika: Driver for Typhoon Formula 1 racing team.

J

K

  • Kageni, Edric: Party leader of PO&N.
  • Kaur, Abhay: Football player for the Orioni Orcas.
  • Koki, Taiho: Sumo wrestler from Zuidhaven.
  • Kujo Michii, Nijo of: Councillor of home affairs.

L

  • Lahiri, Isabel (°25 September 1969): Director of the Central Intelligence Organisation; member of the executive committee of Europol and Interpol.
  • Laing, Caoimhe: Football player for the Orioni Orcas.
  • Lang, Bobo: Councillor of health; professor.
  • Limbani, Joseph or "Joe" (°30 August 1943): Chief marshal of the Imperial Orinese Air Force.
  • Luca, Gusti: Football player for the Orioni Orcas.

M

  • Manzoni, Catherine: Councillor of the treasury.
  • Menkir, Bullo: Football player for the Orioni Orcas.
  • Mikasa, Ianos: Councillor of social services; professor.
  • Moitier, Carine (°8 November 1964): CEO of iOCommerce.
  • Montelibano, Emmanuel: Football player for the Orioni Orcas.
  • Moreno, Davud: Football player for the Orioni Orcas.
  • Mudakharat, Kuteba: CEO of Sirius Savings.
  • Myna, Ihova: Party leader of Pink!.

N

  • Nabérrie, Alesia: Grand Princess of Dion; first in line to inherit the imperial throne.
  • Nabérrie, Graeme (°7 August 1945): Current Archduke of Sirius. Former Prince consort to Empress Hensei Nabérrie. Né Montrose.
  • Nabérrie, Joni (°8 December 1982): 147th Empress of Orioni.
  • Nabérrie, Toren: Prince of Orioni; councillor of defence; commander in the Imperial Orinese Navy.
  • Nideba, Amuh (°28 July 1976): Councillor of justice.

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P

Q

  • Qauwin, Ilenya: CEO of Hydro Electrics.

R

S

T

U

  • Urgundy, Bronald or "Bron" (°16 July 1967): Television presenter for Big Story News.

V

  • Vedula, Dharmi: Football player for the Orioni Orcas.
  • Vogels, Constantine: Councillor of the environment.

W

  • Walden, Kurt (°1961): Ambassador to Magnaeus.
  • Wayanor, Tobiya (°3 March 1965): Permanent representative to the Entente of Oriental States.
  • Werk, Stefani (°30 May 1975): CEO of Onotech.

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Who Was Who

When someone dies, her or his biography is transferred to the volumes of Who Was Who in Orioni, where it is usually printed as it appeared in the last Who's Who, appended with the date of death. People are listed in alphabetical order, based on their family names.

A

  • Ackerman, Leopold (1880-1937): Founder of the Roiters News Agency in 1915.
  • Adhamed, Sri Seymond (1133-1192): Husband of Empress Masaino's second sister, conqueror of Hierapolis, leader during the Orinese Civil War.
  • Agari, Sri Tegezhi (1432-1490): Military commander who in 1472 claimed the south-Europan islands Daini (Damak Var) and Jawini (Ayubi) for Orioni.
  • Anāsa, Tomeniko ($born-$died): First male diplomat in Orioni in 1917. Ambassador to Mekabiri.

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C

  • Corei, Hely (c. 1480s-1530s): Composer of Freedom‘s Sun, the national anthem of Orioni.

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K

  • Ketenya, Hano (1924-2020): First male Chairman of the imperial council (1987-1995).[2]
  • Kinigiyariti, Liyoni (1885-1966): Baron of Iwineti. First male mayor in Orioni in 1921.

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M

  • Mekakelenya-Korebita, Bizati: First male member of the Imperial Council in 1951. Served as Defense Cllr under Chairperson $Name.

N

  • Nabérrie, Hensei (1958-2003): Coronated as 146th Empress of Orioni in 1989. She married Graeme Nabérrie.
  • Nabérrie, Jomi ($birthyear-1912): Coronated as 143rd Empress of Orioni in 1867. She married Prince Giuseppe Korvini.
  • Nabérrie, Oshita ($birthyear-1926): Coronated as 144th Empress of Orioni in 1912.
  • Nabérrie, Owa ($birthyear-1989): Coronated as 145th Empress of Orioni in 1926.
  • Neustein, Alfred (1879-1955): Theoretical physicist and philosopher.
  • Nobelli, Camila (1667-1728): Jurisprudence scholar responsible for compiling the current Constitution of Orioni.
Nabérrie dynasty
Jomi Nabérrie (♦1867-†1912), photo taken in 1908, colourised
Oshita Nabérrie
(♦1912-†1926)
Owa Nabérrie
(♦1926-†1989)
Hensei Nabérrie
(♦1989-†2004)
Joni Nabérrie
(♦2004-†2053)

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P

  • Parrek, Asmanta ($dates): Artist, most famous for her painting titled Mount Oromis.

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S

  • Selami ina Gitiri, Lusiya (1878-1967): Chairlady of the imperial council (1951-1955).
  • Sifira, Luchi (1875-1945): First male member of the Sibiseba in 1929.
  • Strupar, Ionas (1970-2016): Chairman of the imperial council (2007-2015); leader of the political party PO&N; former mayor of Meda.

T

  • Tafari, Jovan (1372-1444): Admiral and influential military leader at the Taneino court. He went on five famous treasure voyages.
  • Timos, Amali (1833-1896): Geologist, industrialist, and the exploiter of uranium. Originator of the Timos Prizes.

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References

  1. OOC. Based on Jetsun Pema.
  2. Former Chairman Ketenya dies aged 95 (15 March 2020)