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  • Christopher Chang
    Christopher J. Chang is a Professor of Chemistry and of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, where he holds the Class of 1942 Chair.[1] Chang is […]
  • The Finger Points
    The Finger Points is a 1931 American Pre-Codedrama film directed by John Francis Dillon and written by John Monk Saunders, W.R. Burnett and Robert Lord. The film stars Richard Barthelmess, […]
  • Julius Kovazh
    Julius Kovazh (6 July 1930 – 2 December 2012) was an Austrian footballer.[1] He played in one match for the Austria national football team in 1957.[2] Austrian footballer Julius Kovazh […]
  • 1986 Andalusian regional election
    The 1986 Andalusian regional election was held on Sunday, 22 June 1986, to elect the 2nd Parliament of the autonomous community of Andalusia. All 109 seats in the Parliament were […]
  • Army Special Forces Command (Italy)
    The Army Special Forces Command (Italian: Comando delle Forze Speciali dell’Esercito – COMFOSE) in Pisa is a brigade-level command of the Italian Army, which is responsible for the training, preparation, […]
  • Manasse ǃNoreseb
    Manasse ǃNoreseb Gamab (also Manasse of Hoachanas, circa 1840–1 December 1905) was the thirteenth Kaptein of the Khaiǁkhaun (Red Nation), a subtribe of the Nama people in Namibia, between 1880 […]
  • Yvonne Daunt
    Yvonne Daunt (17 August 1899 – 26 April 1962) was a dancer with the Paris Opera in the 1920s. Daunt was made Etoile of the Paris Opera in 1920. Yvonne […]
  • Kosovo is Serbia
    “Kosovo is Serbia” (Serbian: Косово је Србија, romanized: Kosovo je Srbija) is a slogan that has been used in Serbia since at least 2004,[1][2] popularised as a reaction to Kosovo‘s[a]declaration of […]
  • Pippa Catterall
    Pippa Poppy Catterall (born Peter Paul Catterall in 1961)[1][2] is a British academic historian who, since 2016, has been Professor of History and Policy at the University of Westminster. Her […]
  • French frigate Amazone (1778)
    Amazone was a 32-gun Iphigénie-classfrigate of the French Navy. She was the second ship of the French Navy to receive a copper sheathing in 1778. [4] She served in the […]
  • Tim Cooney (baseball)
    Timothy Manus Cooney (born December 19, 1990) is an American former professional baseballpitcher. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cardinals selected him in […]
  • Hatara Kizzu Maihamu Gumi
    Hatara Kids Maihamu Gumi (はたらキッズ マイハム組, Hatara Kizzu Maihamu Gumi), literally “Working Kids, Meister Hamster Team”, is a Japanese anime series for young children about hamsters who hold down jobs […]
  • Erotokritos
    Erotokritos (Greek: Ἐρωτόκριτος) is a romance composed by Vikentios (Vitsentzos, “Vincenzo”, Vincent) Kornaros in early 17th century Crete. It consists of 10,012 fifteen-syllable rhymed verses, the last twelve of which […]
  • Xi Shengmo
    Xi Shengmo (Chinese: 席勝魔; Wade–Giles: Hsi Shêng-mo; c. 1836–1896) also known as Pastor Hsi, was a Chinese Christian leader. In this Chinese name, the family name is Xi. Xi Shengmo […]
  • Damudya Upazila
    Damudya (Bengali: ডামুড্যা) is an upazila of Shariatpur District in the Division of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Damudya Thana was established in 1975 and was converted into an upazila in 1982.[3] It […]
  • Faustas Latėnas
    Faustas Latėnas (16 May 1956[1] – 3 November 2020) was a Lithuanian composer, theatre manager, politician and diplomat. He composed mostly incidental music, and also scores for films and television. He […]
  • Ellen Meiksins Wood
    Ellen Meiksins WoodFRSC (April 12, 1942 – January 14, 2016) was an American-Canadian Marxist political theorist and historian. American marxist scholar This article’s use of external links may not follow […]
  • Dani Segovia
    Daniel “Dani” Lucas Segovia (born 23 May 1985) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for SD Ejea as a striker. Spanish footballer In this Spanish name, the first or […]
  • Donbas National Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture
    Donbas National Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture (Ukrainian: Донбаська національна академія будівництва і архітектури; abbreviated ДонНАБА) is one of the largest engineering universities in Ukraine. It was founded on […]
  • Wayang
    Wayang, also known as wajang (Javanese: ꦮꦪꦁ, romanized: wayang), is a traditional form of puppet theatre play originated on the Indonesian island of Java.[1][2][3]Wayang refers to the entire dramatic show. Sometimes […]
  • Florida black bear
    The Florida black bear (Ursus americanus floridanus) is a subspecies of the American black bear that has historically ranged throughout most of Florida and the southern portions of Georgia, Alabama, […]
  • Ukraine’s 8th electoral district
    Ukraine’s 8th electoral district is a Verkhovna Rada constituency in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Established in its current form in 2012,[1] it includes the town of Sudak, as well […]
  • Seminyak
    Seminyak is a beach town in South Bali north of Legian and Kuta. Seminyak Beach . . . Seminyak . . . The next town north of Legian, Seminyak is […]
  • Panagyurishte-style eggs
    Panagyurishte-style eggs (in Bulgarian: Яйца по панагюрски) is a popular Bulgarian dish that is made with poached eggs, Bulgarian yoghurt and sirene, and is eaten warm, often for lunch.[1][2][3] Bulgarian […]
  • Pietro di Donato
    Pietro Di Donato (April 3, 1911–January 19, 1992) was an American writer and bricklayer best known for his novel, Christ in Concrete, which recounts the life and times of his […]
  • Buddy Baker
    Elzie Wylie “Buddy” Baker, Jr. (January 25, 1941 – August 10, 2015) was an American professional stock car racing driver and commentator. Over the course of his 33-year racing career, […]
  • Matthew Marsden
    Matthew David Marsden (born 3 March 1973) is an English-American actor, producer, singer and former model. He has appeared in films such as Helen of Troy, Anacondas: The Hunt for […]
  • Angolan Civil War
    The Angolan Civil War (Portuguese: Guerra Civil Angolana) was a civil war in Angola, beginning in 1975 and continuing, with interludes, until 2002. The war began immediately after Angola became […]
  • Northwest Ohio
    NorthwestOhio includes areas of the state bordering Michigan and Indiana. . . . Northwest Ohio . . . Map of Northwest Ohio Defiance County, Fulton County, Hancock County, Henry County, […]
  • Lake Logan State Park
    Lake Logan State Park is an Ohio state park in Hocking County, Ohio, United States. Lake Logan State Park is located in Falls Township, Hocking County, Ohio. Lake Logan Dam […]
  • Ibri
    Ibri or Wilayat Ibri is a big town in the Al-Zahirah region in the northwest part of Sultanate of Oman. Ancient Ibri Walls Ibri Fort . . . Ibri . […]
  • Xiyeon
    Park Jung-hyun (Korean: 박정현, born November 14, 2000),[1] professionally known as Xiyeon, is a South Korean actress and singer. A former child actress and model, she trained under Pledis Entertainment […]
  • Thugs of Hindostan
    Thugs of Hindostan (transl. Thugs of India) is a 2018 Indian Hindi-language historical action comedy film written and directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya, and produced by Aditya Chopra under his banner […]
  • Parker Space
    Parker Space (born December 4, 1968) is an American Republican Party politician, and owner of Space Farms Zoo and Museum. Space has served in the New Jersey General Assembly since […]
  • Rail Express Systems
    Rail Express Systems (RES) was a sector of British Rail. This sector was responsible for transport of mail and parcels, including the Travelling Post Office trains, as well as taking […]
  • FC Barcelona 6–1 Paris Saint-Germain F.C.
    Barcelona 6–1 Paris Saint-Germain, also known as La Remontada (“The Comeback”),[3][4] was the result of the second leg of a UEFA Champions League tie which occurred on 8 March 2017 […]
  • Battle of Edington
    At the Battle of Edington, an army of the kingdom of Wessex under Alfred the Great defeated the Great Heathen Army led by the Dane Guthrum on a date between […]
  • G. Sanjeeva Reddy
    Gongalla Sanjeeva Reddy a politician and artist from Indian National Congress party is an Ex-Member of the Parliament of India represented Andhra Pradesh in the Rajya Sabha, the upper house […]
  • Stroud (Oklahoma)
    Stroud is a city of 2700 people in Oklahoma‘s Frontier Country. Founded 1892, it is midway between Oklahoma City and Tulsa on historic Route 66. . . . Stroud (Oklahoma) […]
  • Consolidation Coal Company (Iowa)
    The Consolidation Coal Company (CCC) was founded in 1875 in Iowa and purchased by the Chicago and North Western Railroad in 1880 in order to secure a local source of […]
  • Partial-response maximum-likelihood
    In computer data storage, partial-response maximum-likelihood (PRML) is a method for recovering the digital data from the weak analog read-back signal picked up by the head of a magnetic disk […]
  • Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College
    Notre Dame is a Sixth Form College in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. The college is situated on Saint Mark’s Avenue, near to the engineering departments of the University of Leeds […]
  • Danilo Acosta
    Danilo “Danny” Israel Acosta Martinez (born November 17, 1997) is a professional soccer player. Born in Tegucigalpa Honduras, he represents the Honduras national team. Honduran footballer Danilo Acosta Personal information […]
  • Ron Pope
    Ronald Michael Pope (born July 23, 1983) is an American pop and rock singer-songwriter. He is currently based in Nashville. American pop and rock singer-songwriter (born 1983) This article has […]
  • Fukuzato Underground Dam
    Fukuzato Dam (福里ダム, Fukuzato Damu) is an underground dam constructed in Miyakojima, Okinawa Prefecture. An underground dam is a wall constructed to save underground water from pouring into the sea […]
  • Comping (jazz)
    In jazz, comping (an abbreviation of accompaniment;[2] or possibly from the verb, to “complement”) is the chords, rhythms, and countermelodies that keyboard players (piano or organ), guitar players, or drummers […]
  • Lochee United F.C.
    Lochee United Football Club are a Scottish football club based in the Lochee area of Dundee. Formed in 1892, they currently compete in the SJFA East Super League North and […]
  • Joel A. Sutherland
    Joel A. Sutherland (born 1 December 1980) is a Canadian of thriller, horror and fantasy short stories and novels, anthologies and children’s books. His notable works include Frozen Blood and […]
  • North Henderson High School
    North Henderson High School is a public high school located in Hendersonville, North Carolina. It is one of four public high schools located in Henderson County. North Henderson was founded […]
  • Newspaper endorsements in the 2004 United States presidential election
    During the 2004 United States presidential election, the online edition of Editor & Publisher, a journal covering the North American newspaper industry, tabulated newspaper endorsements for the two major candidates, […]
  • Sumer Is Icumen In: The Pagan Sound of British and Irish Folk 1966–75
    Sumer Is Icumen In: The Pagan Sound of British and Irish Folk 1966–75 is a 2020 compilation album released by Grapefruit Records, an imprint label of Cherry Red Records. It […]
  • Fair Isle (horse)
    Fair Isle (1927 – 1943) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare. She was the top-rated juvenile filly in England in 1929 when she won three of her five races, […]
  • 1991 Meath County Council election
    An election to Meath County Council took place on 27 June 1991 as part of that year’s Irish local elections. 29 councillors were elected from five electoral divisions by PR-STV […]
  • Cahir
    Cahir is in County Tipperary in Ireland. . . . Cahir . . . Bus Eireann has plenty of services from the major cities, including Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Dublin. […]
  • Mico University College
    The Mico University College (The Mico) is an institution of higher education in Kingston, Jamaica. Teacher-training college in Kingston, Jamaica This article needs additional citations for verification. (May 2009) The […]
  • Governor of Primorsky Krai
    The governor of Primorsky Krai (Russian: Губернатор Приморского края) heads the executive branch of Primorsky Krai, a federal subject of Russia, situated in the Far Eastern region of the country. […]
  • Acousto-optics
    Acousto-optics is a branch of physics that studies the interactions between sound waves and light waves, especially the diffraction of laserlight by ultrasound (or sound in general) through an ultrasonic […]
  • Róbert Boženík
    Róbert Boženík (born 18 November 1999) is a Slovak professional footballer who plays as a forward for 2. Bundesliga club Fortuna Düsseldorf, on loan from Feyenoord, and the Slovakia national […]
  • Rage Against the Machine discography
    The discography of Rage Against the Machine, an American rock band, consists of four studio albums, two live albums, one compilation album, one demo album, 17 singles, four video albums […]
  • γάιδαρος
    . . . γάιδαρος . . . More than 40 dialectal/regional variations of root γ-δ-ρ found. γάδαρος m (gádaros)(dialectal modern, also Hellenistic and Medieval) γαΐδαρος m (gaḯdaros)(dated, also Medieval) γαϊδούρι n (gaïdoúri)(frequent variant) […]
  • Bake Off Brasil (season 7)
    The seventh season of Bake Off Brasil premiered on July 24, 2021, at 10:30 p.m. on SBT.[1] Season of television series Bake Off Brasil Season 7 Country of origin Brazil […]
  • USS Algorab (AKA-8)
    USS Algorab (AKA-8) was laid down as Mormacwren,[note 1] one of the earliest Maritime Commission-type C2 ships (MC hull 20), on 10 August 1938 by the Sun Shipbuilding & Drydock […]
  • Sunset (Bird of Prey)
    “Sunset (Bird of Prey)” is a song by English musician Fatboy Slim from his third studio album, Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars (2000). The song samples Jim Morrison‘s […]
  • George Barnsby
    George J. Barnsby (c.  January 1919–11 April 2010) was an English author and Socialist scholar. George Barnsby Born George J. Barnsby c. January 1919 Battersea, Surrey, England Died 11 April 2010 […]
  • Garrison Grist Mill Historic District
    The Garrison Grist Mill Historic District is a 13.4-acre (5.4 ha) parcel of Highlands Country Club located at the southwest corner of the intersection of NY 9D and Lower Station Road […]
  • Jesús Narro
    Jesús Narro Sancho (1922-1987) was a renowned footballer born in Tolosa, Guipúzcoa, Spain, on January 4, 1922.[2] As a left midfielder he was part of Real Murcia for three seasons […]
  • Marie Angélique de Mackau
    Marie Angélique de Mackau née de Fitte de Soucy (1723-1801), was a French court office holder. She was royal governess to Élisabeth of France (1764–1794) and later to the children […]
  • Antonín Bartoš
    Antonín Bartoš (12 October 1910 Lanžhot – 13 December 1998 New York) was a Czechoslovakian soldier, member of the World War IIresistance (and commander of Operation Clay), postwar member of […]
  • Larry Kirshbaum
    Laurence “Larry” Kirshbaum is the former chief of publishing for Amazon Publishing. Larry Kirshbaum Born 1944 (age 76–77) Alma mater University of Michigan Occupation Book publisher Known for Chief of publishing at Amazon.com […]
  • Stefannie Arissa Koyama
    Stefannie Arissa Koyama (born 30 June 1995) is a Brazilian judoka.[1][2] Brazilian judoka Stefannie Arissa Koyama Personal information Nationality Brazilian Born (1995-06-30) 30 June 1995 (age 26) Occupation Judoka Sport Country […]
  • North Savonia
    North Savonia (Pohjois-Savo) is a province in Finland. . . . North Savonia . . . 63.56111111111127.1888888888891 Iisalmi Juankoski Kiuruvesi 62.892527.6783333333331 Kuopio— the largest city in the region Suonenjoki 62.31666666666727.8833333333331 […]
  • Gravenhurst
    Gravenhurst is a town of about 12,000 people (2016) in the Muskoka region of Ontario. Norman Bethune, the Canadian doctor who became famous in China for battlefield surgery, was born […]
  • NC State Wolfpack men’s soccer
    The NC State Wolfpack men’s soccer team is a varsity intercollegiate athletic team of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. The team is a member of […]
  • Professional and working class conflict in the United States
    In the United States there has long been a conflict between the working class majority and the professional class. The conflict goes back to the workers’ revolution and the age […]
  • Alexey Gromov
    Alexey Alexeyevich Gromov (Russian: Алексей Алексеевич Громов; born 31 May 1960) is a Russian politician. He is First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Administration of Russia.[1] For the […]
  • List of nature centers in Oregon
    This is a list of nature centers and environmental education centers in the state of Oregon. Wikipedia list article Oregon Nature Centers (Hover mouse over pog to popup clickable link) […]
  • Varkala
    Varkala is a town in the Indian state of Kerala, about 50km north of Trivandrum and is home of the popular Papanasam Beach. Also, the Samadhi of Kerala’s saint Sree […]
  • Charles Benefiel
    Charles Benefiel (born 1967) is a contemporary Americanoutsider artist from California. As he has severe obsessive-compulsive disorder, almost all of his work is done via stippling. He currently lives in […]
  • Llangollen Canal
    The Llangollen Canal (Welsh: Camlas Llangollen) is a navigable canal crossing the border between England and Wales. The waterway links Llangollen in Denbighshire, north Wales, with Hurleston in south Cheshire, […]
  • Christian David
    Christian David (1692–1751) was a German Lutheran missionary, writer and hymnwriter. He travelled as a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine, the Moravian Church, to Greenland and to Native Americans. He […]
  • Otavalo
    Otavalo is a small town in Ecuador. It has about 50,000 inhabitants and is the capital of the canton of the same name. Otavalo is world-famous for its indigenous population, […]
  • Merton College Boat Club
    Merton College Boat Club (MCBC) is a rowing club for members of Merton College, Oxford. It was established in 1838 and competes every year in Torpids and Summer Eights, the […]
  • Cooks River Sewage Aqueduct
    The Cooks River Sewage Aqueduct is a heritage-listedsewageaqueduct located at Pine Street, Earlwood, New South Wales, Australia. It crosses the Cooks River to Thornley Street, Marrickville. It was designed by […]
  • Malaysia at the 1987 Southeast Asian Games
    Malaysia competed in the 1987 Southeast Asian Games held in Jakarta, Indonesia from 9 to 20 December 1987. Sporting event delegation Malaysia at the1987 Southeast Asian Games IOC code MAS […]
  • Friedrich Köck
    Friedrich Köck (5 February 1898 – 1982) was an Austrian footballer.[1] He played in six matches for the Austria national football team from 1916 to 1922.[2] Austrian footballer Friedrich Köck […]
  • Monique Evans
    Monique Evans (born Monique Rezende Nery da Fonseca on July 5, 1956) is a Brazilian model, actress and television presenter.[1] She was a participant on seasons third and fourth of […]
  • Tuscaloosa
    Tuscaloosa is a city in MetropolitanAlabama and home of the University of Alabama. Bryant-Denny stadium has now been expanded to seat over 101,000. . . . Tuscaloosa . . . […]
  • Coburg
    Coburg is a city in Upper Franconia. Coburg has been a household name since the 19th century as the local, relatively minor noble family “Saxe-Coburg-Gotha” managed to marry into plenty […]
  • Vermont Translines
    Vermont Translines is an intercity bus company founded by its parent company, charter bus company Premier Coach, in 2013. The bus company mainly serves the US Route 7 and US […]
  • Lymanske (urban-type settlement)
    Lymanske (Ukrainian: Лиманське, Russian: Лиманское) is an urban-type settlement in Rozdilna Raion of Odessa Oblast in Ukraine. It is located along the east side of the Kuchurhan Reservoir on the […]
  • 2011 China Open Super Series Premier
    The 2011 China Open Super Series Premier was a top level badminton competition contested from November 22, 2011 to November 27, 2011 in Shanghai, China.[1] It was the twelfth BWF […]
  • Cancún
    Situated on the northeast tip of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, Cancún is a popular Caribbean tourist destination. Next to 22 km (14 miles) of beaches, you’ll find a wide variety of […]
  • Longsheng
    Longsheng (龙胜; Lóngshèng) and nearby Longji terraces (龙脊梯田; Lóngjǐtītián) are in North Guangxi, near Guilin. . . . Longsheng . . . Longsheng Rice Terraces The Longji rice terraces area […]
  • Johanna Weber
    Johanna Weber (8 August 1910 – 24 October 2014) was a German-born Britishmathematician and aerodynamicist. She is best known for her contributions to the development of the Handley Page Victor […]
  • 9 Dead Alive
    9 Dead Alive is the fourth studio album by Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela released on April 25, 2014 in Ireland[1] and on April 29, 2014 internationally. According to […]
  • Nanotoxicology
    Nanotoxicology is the study of the toxicity of nanomaterials.[1] Because of quantum size effects and large surface area to volume ratio, nanomaterials have unique properties compared with their larger counterparts […]
  • North Jeolla
    North Jeolla is a province in the south west of South Korea. . . . North Jeolla . . . Map of North Jeolla 35.825886127.1454051 Jeonju (전주) – Capital of […]
  • PBA Bowling Tour: 2011–12 season
    This is a recap of the 2011–12 season for the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour. It is the tour’s 53rd season, and the third straight season in which all of […]
  • San Ignacio (Belize)
    San Ignacio is a small town in the Cayo region of Belize. San Ignacio, or Cayo as it is called, is located on the Macal river, and makes a good […]
  • Irina Nurislamova
    Irina Nurislamova (Russian: Ирина Николаевна Нурисламова) is a currently a judge of the Arbitration Court of the Republic of Bashkortostan, who became well-known in Bashneft case. This article needs additional […]