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  • James Thomas Molesworth
    James Thomas Molesworth (1795 – 13 July 1871) was a military officer in the services of the British East India Company, and one of the most prominent lexicographers of the…
  • Conrad Gessner
    Conrad Gessner (/ˈɡɛsnər/; Latin: Conradus Gesnerus[lower-alpha 1] 26 March 1516 – 13 December 1565) was a Swissphysician, naturalist, bibliographer, and philologist. Born into a poor family in Zürich, Switzerland, his…
  • Bela Gusisi
    Bela Gusisi is a village in Rahi block of Rae Bareli district, Uttar Pradesh, India.[2] It is located 13 km from Rae Bareli, the district headquarters.[3] As of 2011, it has…
  • Russell Boyd
    Russell Stewart Boyd, AO, ACS, ASC, (born 21 April 1944) is an Australian cinematographer. He rose to prominence with his highly praised work on Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975), the…
  • Navi Group
    Navi is an Indian financial services company founded by Sachin Bansal[1] and Ankit Agarwal in 2018.[citation needed] The company has its headquarters in Bengaluru.[2] Navi offers digital personal loans, home…
  • Marcos A. Rodriguez
    Marcos A. Rodriguez (born 22 July 1958)[1] is a Cuban-Americanentrepreneur, movie producer, businessperson and investor.[2][3] He is the founder and CEO of numerous American media outlets including KLTY, KUUR, an…
  • Stavroupoli
    Stavroupoli is a traditional settlement in Western Thrace. Hamidie Bridge . . . Stavroupoli . . . Stavroupoli is the largest and most important of the villages of Nestos river,…
  • A’keria C. Davenport
    A’keria Chanel Davenport is the stage name of Gregory D’Wayne,[1] an American drag queen best known for competing on the eleventh season of RuPaul’s Drag Race and the sixth season…
  • HMHS Newfoundland
    HMHS Newfoundland was a British Royal Mail Ship that was requisitioned as a hospital ship in the World War II. She was sunk in 1943 in a Luftwaffe attack off…
  • Shelley, British Columbia
    Shelley, northeast of Prince George in central British Columbia, was often misspelled as “Shelly”, especially during the earlier years. The First Nations Shelley Reserve No. 1 is on the northwest…
  • Lisle
    Lisle is a village in DuPage County, Illinois. . . . Lisle . . . Lisle is served by one station on Metra’s BNSF Line. Map of Lisle 41.800441-88.0873341 The…
  • 1987–88 St. Louis Blues season
    The 1987–88St. Louis Blues season was the St. Louis Blues’ 21st season in the National Hockey League (NHL). 1987–88St. Louis Blues Division 2nd Norris 1987–88 record 34–38–8 Goals for 278…
  • Notre-Dame de l’Épine
    The Basilique Notre-Dame de l’Épine (Basilica of Our Lady of the Thorn) is a Roman Catholicbasilica in the small village of L’Épine, Marne, near Châlons-en-Champagne and Verdun. It is a…
  • Jonathon Duniam
    Jonathon Duniam (born 31 December 1982) is an Australian politician. He is a member of the Liberal Party and has served as a Senator for Tasmania since the 2016 federal…
  • Mount Degenhardt
    Mount Degenhardt, elevation 8,000+ ft (2,440+ m), is a mountain peak in the Picket Range in the U.S. state of Washington and within North Cascades National Park.[4] Located in the…
  • Swimming at the 2008 Summer Paralympics – Women’s 50 metre freestyle S10
    The women’s 50m freestyle S10 event at the 2008 Summer Paralympics took place at the Beijing National Aquatics Center on 14 September. There were two heats; the swimmers with the…
  • Alger, Ohio
    Alger is a village in Hardin County, Ohio, United States. The population was 860 at the 2010 census. Village in Ohio, United States Alger, Ohio Village Alger, Ohio – November…
  • 2017 Big 12 Championship Game
    The 2017 Big 12 Championship Game was a college football game played on Saturday, December 2, 2017, at AT&T Stadium, in Arlington. This was the 16th Big 12 Championship Game…
  • Bende, Abia
    Bende is a Local Government Area in Abia State, Nigeria with headquarters located in Bende Community. LGA and town in Abia State, Nigeria Bende Ndi Bende LGA and town Motto(s): …
  • List of people from Bacolod
    The following is a list of notable people who were either born in, lived in, are current residents of, or are otherwise closely associated with or around the city of…
  • Professional gridiron football
    In the United States and Canada, the term professional football includes the professional forms of American and Canadiangridiron football. In common usage, it refers to former and existing major football…
  • Paul Bronsart von Schellendorff
    Paul Leopold Eduard Heinrich Anton Bronsart von Schellendorf (25 January 1832 – 23 June 1891) was a Prussian general and writer, who served as Minister of War from 1883 to…
  • Dominique Leone
    Dominique Leone is an American musician and writer based in New York City. He was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on December 29, 1973, and grew up in the Dallas, Texas…
  • Dougga
    Dougga is a small town in the north of Tunisia that holds the extensive ruins of a Roman town, set on a hilltop, overlooking surrounding valleys with olive plantations, featured…
  • Wuhan/Jiangxia
    Jiangxia (江夏) is a district of Wuhan. . . . Wuhan/Jiangxia . . . Metro Lines 2 and 7 run through Jiangxia District. Tourist attractions in Jiangxia are fairly spread-out.…
  • Melbourne High School (Arkansas)
    Melbourne High School is a nationally recognized and accredited public high school located in the rural community of Melbourne, Arkansas, United States. The school provides comprehensive secondary education for approximately…
  • Bailieborough
    Main Street, Bailieborough Bailieborough is a town in East Cavan. . . . Bailieborough . . . Bailieborough is 55km from Dublin. The Wesleyan Chapel, Arts, Cultural & Tourism Centre,…
  • Chicago/Far Northwest Side
    The Far Northwest Side of Chicago includes the neighborhoods of Avondale and the Polish Village (Jackowo and Wacławowo), with large Polish communities; Irving Park and Old Irving, quiet areas with…
  • 1983 Japanese Regional Leagues
    Statistics of Japanese Regional Leagues for the 1983 season. Japanese Regional Leagues Season 1983 ← 1982 1984 → . . . 1983 Japanese Regional Leagues . . . Region Champions…
  • 1988–89 Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team
    The 1988–89 Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team represented the University of Wisconsin as a member of the Big Ten Conference during the 1988–89 NCAA Division I men’s basketball season. American…
  • Fifteenth Punjab Legislative Assembly
    Election for the constitution of the Fifteenth Legislative Assembly was held in the Indian state of Punjab[1] on 4 February 2017 to elect the 117 members of the Punjab Legislative…
  • Benny Gallagher
    Bernard Joseph “Benny” Gallagher (born 10 June 1945, in Largs, Ayrshire) is a Scottish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, most famous as half of the popular duo Gallagher and Lyle. For other…
  • Marcantonio Barbaro
    Marcantonio Barbaro (1518–1595) was an Italian diplomat of the Republic of Venice. Marcantonio Barbaro depicted by Tintoretto. . . . Marcantonio Barbaro . . . He was born in Venice…
  • Onodera Shigemichi
    Onodera Shigemichi[lower-alpha 2] (小野寺茂道, died in or after 1601) was a samurai commander, keeper of Nishimonai Castle and half-brother of the regional lord (daimyō) Onodera Yoshimichi. Famous for his last…
  • Wareham (England)
    Wareham Quay Wareham’s new bridge over the River Frome Lady St Mary church’s rather unique hexagonal font Clouds Hill, the cottage belonging to Laurence of Arabia The 700 year old…
  • Transport in Saudi Arabia
    Transport in Saudi Arabia is facilitated through a relatively young system of roads, railways and seaways. Most of the network started construction after the discovery of oil in the Eastern…
  • Peter Sandrini
    Peter Sandrini (born 20 February 1961)[1] is an Italian-born translation theorist and terminologist. He is currently researcher at the University of Innsbruck at the department of translation studies. Peter Sandrini…
  • Veniamin Evsevidis
    Veniamin (Benjamin) Evsevidis (Greek: Βενιαμίν Ευσεβίδης), born as Dimitrios Evsevidis (Δημήτριος Ευσεβίδης; 20 June 1821 – 1895 or 1897) was a bishop of the Greek Byzantine Catholic Church. Veniamin Evsevidis…
  • Rodney Rowland
    Rodney G. Rowland[1] (born February 20, 1964) is an Americanactor. He is credited as Rod Rowland in more recent productions, given his predilection to being called Rod. Rowland’s most noted…
  • University of Tartu basketball team
    University of Tartu basketball team (Estonian: Tartu Ülikooli korvpallimeeskond), is a professional basketball team based in Tartu, Estonia. The team plays in the Latvian–Estonian Basketball League. They play their home…
  • Live Flesh (film)
    Live Flesh (Spanish: Carne trémula) is a 1997 Spanish eroticromanticdramathriller film, written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar, starring Javier Bardem and Francesca Neri. The film is loosely based on the…
  • Golem Gaber
    Golem Gaber (Macedonian: Голем Габер) is a village in the municipality of Karbinci, North Macedonia. Village in Eastern, North Macedonia Golem Gaber Голем Габер Village View of the village Golem…
  • Soledad Carrizo
    María Soledad Carrizo (born 21 April 1977) is an Argentine politician, currently serving as National Deputy elected in Córdoba since 2013. She is a member of the Radical Civic Union…
  • Emile Hemmen
    Emile Hemmen (6 December 1923[1] – 8 January 2021) was a lyric poet and writer from Luxembourg who lived in Mondorf-les-Bains. Luxembourgish writer This article includes a list of general…
  • Emilio Castro
    Emilio Castro (May 2, 1927 – April 6, 2013) was a Methodist minister from Uruguay. He served as general secretary of the World Council of Churches from 1985 to 1992.…
  • Wovenwar (album)
    Wovenwar is the self-titled debut studio album by American heavy metal band Wovenwar. Released on August 5, 2014 through Metal Blade Records, the album was produced by Bill Stevenson and…
  • Hirokazu Tanaka
    Hirokazu “Hip“ Tanaka (田中 宏和, Tanaka Hirokazu, born December 13, 1957),[1] also known as Chip Tanaka, is a Japanese musician, composer, sound designer, and executive who pioneered chiptune music.[2] He…
  • Battlefield Earth (novel)
    Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000 is a 1982 science fiction novel written by L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology. He also composed a soundtrack to the book…
  • Hackney Flashers
    The Hackney Flashers were a collective of broadly socialist–feministwomen who produced notable agitpropexhibitions in the 1970s and early 1980s.[1] Working in the United Kingdom during second wave feminism (1960s–1980s), the…
  • Virginia Beach
    Virginia Beach is resort city in southeast Virginia on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Resort area of Virginia Beach . . . Virginia Beach .…
  • Patricia Hoey
    Patricia Hoey (15 November 1883 – 9 November 1930) was an Irish journalist, suffragist and nationalist.[1] Irish suffragette Patricia Hoey Born Ethel Mary Hoey 15 November 1883 7 Trafalgar Terrace,…
  • Emma Willard
    Emma Hart Willard (February 23, 1787 – April 15, 1870) was an American women’s rights activist who dedicated her life to education. She worked in several schools and founded the…
  • Morretes
    Morretes is a colonial village in Paraná in the South of Brazil. Nhundiaquara River . . . Morretes . . . Serra Verde Express, . One of the few opportunities…
  • Potsdam
    Potsdam is the capital of Brandenburg and borders Berlin. The town has a population of approx. 175,000. It is widely known for its castles and landscape as a World Heritage…
  • Colm O’Donoghue
    Colm O’Donoghue (born 13 November 1980,[1]Buttevant, County Cork, Ireland) is a multiple Group 1 and Classic winning flat jockey. For most of his career, he was based at the Ballydoyle…
  • Zozocolco de Hidalgo
    Zozocolco de Hidalgo is a municipality located in northwest Municipality and town in Veracruz, Mexico Zozocolco de Hidalgo Municipality and town Zozocolco de Hidalgo Location in Mexico Coordinates: 20°08′N97°35′W Country…
  • 1921–22 FC Basel season
    The FC Basel 1921–22 season was their twenty-ninth season since the club’s foundation on 15 November 1893. The club’s chairman was Carl Burkhardt who took over from Franz Rinderer at…
  • David Ferguson (footballer, born 1994)
    David Lee Ferguson (born 7 June 1994) is an English professional footballer who plays as a left-back or midfielder for EFL League Two club Hartlepool United. He has played in…
  • Neepawa
    Neepawa is a small town of around 4,600 people (2016) in the Prairie Mountain region of Manitoba. The town name of Neepawa comes from the Cree word for “Land of…
  • James L. Hurley
    James L. Hurley is an American academic administrator who is currently the 16th President of Tarleton State University.[1] American academic administrator James L. Hurley 16th President ofTarleton State University Incumbent…
  • Warrap, South Sudan
    Warrap (Arabic: واراب‎) is a Town in Warrap State, South Sudan.[1] Before the creation of new states in 2015, it was the capital of the state of Tonj State in…
  • 1976–77 Football League First Division
    Statistics of Football League First Division in the 1976–77 season. 1976–77 season of Football League First Division Football League First Division Season 1976–77 Champions Liverpool (10th English title) Relegated Stoke…
  • Roger Lynch
    Roger Lynch is a guitarist and the chief executive officer of Condé Nast. Since joining Condé Nast in 2019, Lynch has been responsible for integrating the media company’s U.S. and…
  • Daniel Chacón
    Daniel Chacón is a Chicanoshort story writer, novelist, essayist, editor, professor, and radio host based in El Paso, Texas.[1] He chairs the University of Texas, El Paso’s creative writing graduate…
  • Brampton Beast
    The Brampton Beast were a professional ice hockey team based in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. The team originally played in the Central Hockey League for one year during the 2013–14 season…
  • Tokyo Haneda Airport
    Haneda Airport (羽田空港 Haneda Kūkō) (HND  IATA), officially known as Tokyo International Airport (東京国際空港 Tōkyō Kokusai Kūkō), in the Tokyo neighborhood of Ota, is the largest and busiest airport in…
  • Communes of the Bas-Rhin department
    The following is a list of the 514 communes of the Bas-Rhindepartment of France. The communes cooperate in the following intercommunalities (as of 2020):[1] Eurométropole de Strasbourg Communauté d’agglomération de…
  • Giant-cell carcinoma of the lung
    Giant-cell carcinoma of the lung (GCCL) is a rare histological form of large-cell lung carcinoma, a subtype of undifferentiatedlung cancer, traditionally classified within the non-small-cell lung carcinomas (NSCLC). This article…
  • The Last Bounty Hunter
    The Last Bounty Hunter is a live-actionlaserdisc video game released by American Laser Games in 1994. Like almost all of the games produced by the now-defunct company, it is a…
  • Color difference
    The difference or distance between two colors is a metric of interest in color science. It allows quantified examination of a notion that formerly could only be described with adjectives.…
  • Neuquén (city)
    Neuquén is the capital of Neuquén Province and the largest city in Patagonia. . . . Neuquén (city) . . . Avenida Argentina with the San Martín Monument Located in…
  • Lake County Railroad
    The Lake County Railroad(reporting mark LRY) was a railroad based in Lakeview, Oregon, United States, owned by the Lake County government and operated by various contract operators during its 20-year…
  • Sale of the Century (British game show)
    Sale of the Century was a British game show based on a US game show of the same name. It was first shown on ITV from 9 October 1971 to…
  • 2014 Seguros Bolívar Open Bogotá – Doubles
    Andrea Gámiz and Adriana Pérez were the defending champions, having won the previous event in 2011, but both players chose not to participate. Doubles 2014 Seguros Bolívar Open Bogotá Champions…
  • Ice luge
    An ice luge, martini luge,[1] or shooter-block is a type of ice sculpture made from a large block of ice that has a narrow channel carved through where liquid is…
  • 1969–70 European Cup Winners’ Cup
    The 1969–70 season of the European Cup Winners’ Cupfootball club tournament was won by Manchester City in a final victory against Górnik Zabrze. 1969–70 European Cup Winners’ Cup Final positions…
  • Aari people
    Aari or Ari are a tribal Omotic people indigenous to Omo Valley of Ethiopia. According to 2007 census there are 289,835 ethnic Aari in Ethiopia, which makes up around 0.29%…
  • Gryllotalpa orientalis
    Gryllotalpa orientalis is a species of mole cricket in the family Gryllotalpidae, commonly known as the oriental mole cricket. It is found in much of Asia and Australasia. At one…
  • Squirrel Scouts (The Scout Association)
    Squirrels is a program for four to six year old children operated by The Scout Association in the United Kingdom which was launched in September 2021 following pilot trials since…
  • South Sudan
    South Sudan is a country in Central Africa. It was a region of Sudan until it became an independent country on 9 July 2011 after a referendum held in January…
  • Pooran Chand Joshi
    P. C. Joshi, the 23rd Pro Vice Chancellor of University of Delhi [1](born 1 June 1956 at Village Khairakot, Manan, Almora) is a Professor of Social Anthropology at the Department…
  • Kim Heung-gook
    Kim Heung-gook Born (1959-04-11) April 11, 1959 (age 62)Seoul, South Korea Genres Trot Occupation(s) Singer Years active 1982-present Korean name Hangul 김흥국 Hanja 金興國 Revised Romanization Gim Heung-guk McCune–Reischauer Kim Hǔng-guk…
  • Henry Rawlinson, 1st Baron Rawlinson
    GeneralHenry Seymour Rawlinson, 1st Baron Rawlinson, GCB, GCSI, GCVO, KCMG (20 February 1864 – 28 March 1925), known as Sir Henry Rawlinson, 2nd Baronet between 1895 and 1919, was a…
  • Vandalia (Illinois)
    Vandalia is a city in Central Illinois. The town where Abraham Lincoln began his political career, Vandalia was the state capital of Illinois from 1820 to 1839. As a member…
  • Supply management (Canada)
    Supply management (French: Gestion de l’offre), abbreviated SM, is a national agricultural policy framework used in Canada that controls the supply of dairy, poultry and eggs through production and import…
  • Zaz (singer)
    Isabelle Geffroy[1] (born 1 May 1980), known professionally as Zaz, is a French singer-songwriter who mixes jazzy styles, French variety, soul and acoustic. She is known for her single “Je…
  • Mike Enos
    Michael Enos (born November 9, 1967) is an American retired professional wrestler. He is best known for his appearances with the American Wrestling Association (AWA) and World Championship Wrestling (WCW)…
  • Franklin High School (Elk Grove, California)
    Franklin High School is a public high school located in Elk Grove, California, United States. It is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Public school…
  • Second Line (album)
    Second Line (alternatively titled Second Line: An Electro Revival) is the sixth studio album by American singer-songwriter Dawn Richard. It was released on April 30, 2021 through Merge Records. The…
  • St Andrew’s Church, Presteigne
    St Andrew’s Church is a Church of Englandparish church in Presteigne, Powys, Wales. It was first constructed in the 9th century by the Anglo-Saxons and retains elements of the original…
  • Igor Shevchenko
    Igor Vadimovich Shevchenko (Russian: Игорь Вадимович Шевченко; born 2 February 1985) is a Russian former footballer. He played as a left midfielder. Russian footballer For other transliterations of the same…
  • Sweet Sour
    Sweet Sour is the second album by English rock band Band of Skulls. It was released on 20 February 2012 in England and 21 February 2012 in the United States.…
  • Silent Night (2012 film)
    Silent Night is a 2012 American slasher film directed by Steven C. Miller and starring Jaime King, Malcolm McDowell, Donal Logue, Brendan Fehr, and Ellen Wong. It is a loose…
  • Functional reactive programming
    Functional reactive programming (FRP) is a programming paradigm for reactive programming (asynchronousdataflow programming) using the building blocks of functional programming (e.g. map, reduce, filter). FRP has been used for programming…
  • Cristian Soratos
    Cristian Soratos (born September 26, 1992) is an American professional middle-distance runner. Born in Salinas, California, he first took up competitive running at Salinas High School. He then ran at…
  • Surin (Southern Thailand)
    Surin Beach (อ่าวสุรินทร์) Ao Surin, also หาดสุรินทร์) Hat Surin) is on the west coast of Phuket, about 15 km north of Patong. . . . Surin (Southern Thailand) . .…
  • New Rockford
    New Rockford is a town in the Lakes and Gardens region of North Dakota. It has a population of approximately 1,463 people. The area is situated along the central flyway,…
  • Moghulistan
    Moghulistan (Mughalistan, Moghul Khanate) (from Persian: مغولستان‎, Moqulestân/Moġūlistān), also called the Eastern Chagatai Khanate (simplified Chinese: 东察合台汗国; traditional Chinese: 東察合台汗國; pinyin: Dōng Chágětái Hánguó), was a Mongol breakaway khanate of…
  • Treehouse Masters
    Treehouse Masters is an American reality television series that airs on Animal Planet and stars Pete Nelson, a master treehouse builder and owner of Nelson Treehouse and Supply.[1] Each episode,…
  • 1988–89 NK Rijeka season
    The 1988–89 season was the 43rd season in Rijeka’s history and their 27th season in the Yugoslav First League. Their 8th place finish in the 1987–88 season meant it was…