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Charlie Oatway

Anthony Philip David Terry Frank Donald Stanley Gerry Gordon Stephen James Oatway (born 28 November 1973), known as Charlie Oatway, is an English former professional footballer who played as a…

Kenneth Schneyer

Kenneth Schneyer is an American teacher, attorney and author of speculative fiction.[3][1][2] Kenneth Schneyer Born (1960-02-03) February 3, 1960 (age 61)[1]Detroit, Michigan[2] Occupation teacher, attorney, author Alma mater University of Michigan Genre…

Yenagoa

Yenogoa is the capital city of Bayelsa State with a population of 352,385 people. It is found in the South South of Nigeria. Bayelsa was carved out of Rivers State…

Tipifarnib

Tipifarnib (INN,[1]: 213  proposed trade name Zarnestra) is a farnesyltransferase inhibitor. Farnesyltransferase inhibitors block the activity of the farnesyltransferase enzyme by inhibiting prenylation of the CAAX tail motif, which ultimately prevents…

Grace Ibingira

Grace Stuart Katebariirwe Ibingira (23 May 1932 – December 1995) was a Ugandan lawyer and politician. Grace Ibingira Grace Ibingira at the United Nations Headquarters, October 1962 Minister of Information…

Old Saybrook

Old Saybrook is a city in Connecticut at the mouth of the Connecticut River. Families and tourists enjoy Old Saybrook’s beaches, the high quality of restaurants, and the peaceful and…

Columbus (Mississippi)

Columbus is a city in eastern Mississippi, near the border with Alabama. . . . Columbus (Mississippi) . . . Map of Columbus (Mississippi) From points north and south, take…

Upper Normandy

Upper Normandy (French: Haute-Normandie) comprises the eastern half of Normandy in northern France. . . . Upper Normandy . . . Map of Upper Normandy 49.441.11 Rouen — the historical…

Algoa FM

Algoa FM is the leading South African commercial radio station serving the Eastern Cape Province and Garden Route. It started broadcasting on 1 January 1986 as part of the South…

WXKW (Albany, New York)

WXKW was the call sign for two unrelated AMradio stations in upstate New York; originally on 850 kHz, with a second incarnation on 1600 kHz in the 1960s. This article may require…