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QE

Qualifying examination, an exam required to continue studies at a higher level Queen Elizabeth School disambiguation, several schools, including Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College in Leicester, England Queen Elizabeths School, Wimborne Minst ...

Earl of Chesterfield (1781 EIC ship)

Earl of Chesterfield was launched in 1781 as an East Indiaman. She made four voyages for the British East India Company before she was sold in 1794 for breaking up.

Bom Jesus

Bom Jesus, Santa Catarina, a city in Santa Catarina Bom Jesus, Piaui, a city in Piaui Bom Jesus, Rio Grande do Sul, a city in Rio Grande do Sul Bom Jesus, Rio Grande do Norte, a city in Rio Grande do Norte Bom Jesus, Paraiba, a city in Paraiba Bo ...

John Digby

John Digby may refer to: Sir John Digby died 1533, Knight Marshal for Henry VIII John Digby 1668–1728, MP for Newark 1705–08 and MP for East Retford 1713–22 John Digby, 1st Earl of Bristol 1580–1653, English diplomat and Royalist John Digby judge ...

Richard Bulkeley

Richard Bulkeley may refer to: Richard Bulkeley died 1573, MP for Anglesey variously between 1549 and 1572 Richard Bulkeley III, MP for Anglesey 1589 Richard Bulkeley, trawler, originally HMT Richard Bulkeley, later USS Richard Bulkeley Richard B ...

Klaus Pietschmann

Born in Cologne, Pietschmann studierte musicology and Medieval studies at the University of Cologne, an der University of Florence and at the University of Munster. In 1997/98 he was at the German Historical Institute in Rome and received his hab ...

Monument to Jose de Anchieta

The Monument to Jose de Anchieta in La Laguna, Tenerife, is a monumental statue of Joseph of Anchieta by Bruno Giorgi. Inaugurated in 1960, it located on a roundabout in La Laguna.

Frederick of Denmark

Frederick of Denmark may refer to: Frederick II of Denmark 1534 – 1588, King of Denmark and Norway Frederick IX of Denmark Frederick IV of Denmark 1671 – 1730 Frederick, Hereditary Prince of Denmark Frederick VII of Denmark Frederick VI of Denmar ...

Graben (disambiguation)

Graben, Switzerland, a municipality in the canton of Bern Graben, Bavaria, a municipality in the district of Augsburg former name of Spodnje Stranice, a village in the municipality of Zrece, northeastern Slovenia Graben, Ribnica, a village in the ...

Firebrand

Blackburn Firebrand, an aircraft constructed for the Royal Navy CFAV Firebrand YTR 562, a fireboat in the Canadian Armed Forces Maritime Command HMS Firebrand, any of several vessels that the Royal Navy operated

Francis Harvey (disambiguation)

Francis Harvey was an officer of the British Royal Marine Light Infantry during the First World War. Francis Harvey or Frank Harvey may also refer to: Francis Harvey MP for Colchester 1534–1602, English politician, MP for Colchester, Knaresboroug ...

Pandolfo Malatesta

Pandolfo Malatesta is the name of four members of the Italian House of Malatesta: Pandolfo I Malatesta c. 1267 - 1326 Pandolfo II Malatesta 1325 - 1373, son of Malatesta I Malatesta Pandolfo III Malatesta c. 1369 -1427, brother of Carlo and fathe ...

Prince Karl

Prince Karl or Karel or Carl may refer to: Karl Alexander, 5th Prince of Thurn and Taxis 1770–1827 Charles Eugene, Prince of Lambesc 1751–1825 Karl Philipp, Prince of Schwarzenberg 1771–1820 Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha 1884–1954 ...

Esher (disambiguation)

Esher is a town in Surrey, England. It can also mean: in Surrey, England Esher UK Parliament constituency Esher Shore, a mountain bike area in Esher, Surrey, England Esher College, a college in Thames Ditton Esher Rugby Football Club, a rugby uni ...

James Melville

James Melville or Melvill may refer to: James D. Melville Jr. born 1957, American statesman James Melville of Halhill 1535–1617, Scottish diplomat and memoir writer James Melville cricketer, born 1936 1936–2016, English cricketer for Kent James M ...

Thomas Cartwright

Thomas Cartwright may refer to: Thomas Cartwright architect c. 1635–1703, English architect Tom Cartwright 1935–2007, English cricketer Thomas Cartwright diplomat 1795–1850, British envoy to the Netherlands and Sweden Thomas Cartwright 1924–2015, ...

Lord Buckhurst

Lord Buckhurst is a courtesy title or style used since 1890 by heirs apparent to the title of Earl De La Warr. The style was previously used by heirs apparent to the title of Earl of Dorset. Lord Buckhurst may also refer to:

Consilium

Consilium may refer to: Consilium of Balliol College, Oxford, the meeting of Fellows that has occurred every Wednesday night of the academic term since the founding of the College. Consilia, literary genre Consilium de Emendanda Ecclesia, a 1536 ...

Richard Heath (writer)

Richard Heath was an English journalist and author. His articles on rural topics were published together in The English Peasant 1893, which was part of T. Fisher Unwins "The Reformers Bookshelf" series. The Times selected it as one of its "Books ...

Arthur Grey

Arthur Grey or Gray may refer to: Arthur Gray golfer 1879–1916, English golfer Arthur Gray athlete, English athlete Arthur Gray Hawkhurst Gang 1713–1748, one of the leaders of the notorious Hawkhurst Gang, who was executed in 1748 Arthur Grey Haz ...

Glamorgan (disambiguation)

Glamorgan may refer to the following places: in Australia Glamorgan/Spring Bay, the municipality covering the southern east coast of Tasmania, Australia in Canada Glamorgan, Calgary, a neighbourhood of Calgary, Alberta, Canada in the United Kingd ...

1886 in birding and ornithology

Birds described in 1886 include Arizona woodpecker, blue ground dove, Brazzas martin, common smoky honeyeater, dark hawk-cuckoo, double-banded greytail, blue-breasted blue flycatcher, snoring rail, point-tailed palmcreeper, little minivet

Transylvania (disambiguation)

Transylvania colony, an American colony in present-day Kentucky in the 1770s Transylvania, Louisiana, a small town in the United States Transylvania County, North Carolina, United States

Bernardino da Balbano

Bernardino da Balbano was a Capuchin friar from Balvano in Southern Italy who served as provincial superior in Apulia and Basilicata, and as guardian of the convent in Potenza. He was reputed as a preacher, and was active in combatting the teachi ...

Henry Brooke

Henry Brooke may refer to: Sir Henry Brooke, 1st Baronet died 1664, English soldier and Cheshire Henry Brooke divine 1694–1757, English schoolmaster and divine Henry James Brooke 1771–1857, English crystallographer Henry Brooke artist 1738–1806, ...

Ringsaker Deanery

Ringsaker Deanery was created in 2007 as the 10th Deanery in Hamar Diocese. The deanery includes six parishes with 12 churches in Ringsaker municipality. As of December 31, 2012, there are more than 33.400 inhabitants in this deanery. The parishe ...

Loch Tarff

The loch is located in the hills that rise steeply from the eastern shore of Loch Ness and has an elevation of 292 metres 958 ft ASL. It has a surface area of approximately 500.000 square metres with a prominent inlet to the northwest and a small ...

John Maitland

John Maitland may refer to: John Maitland, 5th Earl of Lauderdale 1655–1710, Scottish judge and politician John Maitland British Army officer 1732–1779, British commander in American Revolutionary War Sir John Maitland Conservative politician 190 ...

Matatlàn

Matatlàn is a town in the municipality of Zapotlanejo in the Mexican state of Jalisco. According to the 2015 census, there were 2.000 inhabitants in the town.

George Day

George Day may refer to: George T. Day, Free Will Baptist writer, publisher, pastor and professor George Day Australian politician 1826–1906, member of the New South Wales Parliament George C. Day 1871–1940, U.S. Navy rear admiral George Lawrence ...

Donatella Di Cesare

Donatella Di Cesare is an Italian philosopher, essayer and editorialist. She teaches theoretical philosophy at the Sapienza University of Rome. She collaborates with different newspapers and journals, including" L’Espresso” and" Il Manifesto”. He ...

George Marwood, 1st Baronet

Sir George Marwood was an parliamentarian and Yorkshire landowner, who served as the High Sheriff of Yorkshire in 1651 and later as the Member of Parliament for Northallerton from 1660 to 1661.

John Lambert

John Lambert may refer to: John Lambert basketball born 1953, American basketball player John Lambert general 1619–1684, Parliamentary general in the English Civil War John Lambert of Creg Clare fl. c. 1645 – c. 1669, Irish soldier and Royalist J ...

Ophiuchus Supercluster explosion

According to NASA and others, the Ophiuchus Supercluster explosion was the biggest explosion seen in the observable universe since the MS 0735+74 explosion. This extremely powerful eruption occurred in the Ophiuchus Supercluster, which is located ...

Alexander Arbuthnot

Alexander Arbuthnot may refer to: Alexander Arbuthnot paddle steamer built 1923, the last paddle steamer built as a working boat on the Murray River, Australia Sandy Arbuthnot, Lord Clanroyden, John Buchan character Alexander Arbuthnot Baron of E ...

John Forrest (disambiguation)

John Forrest was an Australian explorer and politician who served as the first Premier of Western Australia. John Forrest may also refer to:

Felis (disambiguation)

Felis may refer to: Riggu Felis, an anthropomorphic wildcat in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques Felis, the proper name of the star HD 85951 in the constellation of Hydra. Stefano Felis ca. 1538-1603, a Neapolitan Italian composer Felis constel ...

Saint-Christophe

Saint-Christophe-Dodinicourt, in the Aube departement Saint-Christophe-sur-Roc, in the Deux-Sevres departement Saint-Christophe-le-Jajolet, former commune in the Orne departement Saint-Christophe-des-Bardes, in the Gironde departement Saint-Chris ...

Thomas Craig

Tom Craig footballer fl. 1955–1968, Scottish footballer Dumbarton FC, East Stirlingshire Tom Craig field hockey born 1995, Australian field hockey player Tully Craig 1895–1963, Scottish footballer and manager, born Thomas Craig Tommy Craig born 1 ...

S62 (star)

S62 is a star in the cluster surrounding Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole in the center of the Milky Way. In August 2019, S62 is the known star that circles Sgr A* the fastest. With an orbital period of only 9.9 years, it beats the pre ...

Heinz Lohmann

Heinz Lohmann was a German organist, editor and composer. Lohmann studied in Detmold and Paris. He worked as Kirchenmusikdirektor at the church Zum Heilsbronnen in Berlin. He gave concerts at home and abroad. His interpretations have been documen ...

Wauchope

Wauchope may refer to Places Wauchope, Dumfries and Galloway Wauchope Forest, Scotland Wauchope, Scottish Borders Wauchope, Northern Territory Wauchope, New South Wales Wauchope, Saskatchewan People Robert Wauchope Royal Navy officer 1788–1862, R ...

Serres (disambiguation)

In Germany: Serres, Germany, a part of Wiernsheim in Baden-Wurttemberg In Greece: Serres Prefecture Serres regional unit Serres Province In France: Serres, Hautes-Alpes in the Hautes-Alpes departement Serres-Gaston Serres-et-Montguyard Serres, Au ...

Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine (Moroni)

Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine or Mystic Betrothal of Saint Catherine is a 1567-1570 oil on panel painting by Giovan Battista Moroni, produced for the side-altar of Catherine of Alexandria in the church of San Bartolomeo, parish church of Alm ...

Graniteville Quarry Park

Graniteville Quarry Park is a public park operated by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, located on the North Shore of Staten Island, in the Graniteville area. The park is bordered on the north by Forest Avenue, on the south by ...

William Tate

William Tate may refer to: William Tate MP 1559–1617, English politician William Tate painter 1747–1806, English portrait painter Bill Tate American football born c. 1932, college football head coach William Tate priest died 1540, Canon of Windso ...

Fraulautern

Fraulautern is a district of Saarlouis in the Saarland region of Germany. In 1936, the village of Fraulautern was incorporated into the city of Saarlouis. It is also the source of the alternative name for Saarlouis, Saarlautern. Fraulautern has a ...

Pratap Singh

Pratap Singh may refer to: Pratap Singh Sikh prince 1831–1843, heir apparent of the Sikh Empire Pratap Singh, Maharana of Mewar Pratap Singh Nabha 1919–1995, Maharaja of Nabha, India, 1928–1995 Partap Singh, Sikh priest. Pratap Singh referee born ...

Robert Gardiner

Robert Gardiner politician 1879–1945, farmer and federal Member of Parliament from Canada Robert Gardiner MP for Bristol, see Bristol UK Parliament constituency Robert K. A. Gardiner 1914–1994, Ghanaian statesman and economist

Torre dellOrologio, Brescia

The Torre dellOrologio is a 16th-century tower located on the Piazza della Loggia, Brescia, Italy. It houses an astronomical clock. The tower was constructed between 1540 and 1550 to the design of Lodovico Beretta, a Brescian architect, one of th ...