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Flatlander

Flatlander may refer to: Flatlander, a term for newcomers to the U.S. states of Maine, New Hampshire, or Vermont Andy Morin, audio engineer for the hip hop group Death Grips, often referred to as "Flatlander". Flatlander Niven, a term used in Lar ...

Andrew Gibson

Andy Gibson footballer, born 1982, Scottish footballer Partick Thistle Andy Gibson footballer, born 1969, Scottish footballer Aberdeen FC Andrew Gibson curler born 1979, Canadian curler Andrew Gibson footballer 1890–1962, Scottish footballer Sout ...

Everett Titcomb

Titcomb grew up in Salisbury Mills, Massachusetts as the son of butcher George Howard Titcomb 1844-1928 and Sarah Ella Prime 1850-1941. He served as the organist-choirmaster at the Church of St. John the Evangelist, Boston from 1910 to 1959.

Frank D. Waldron

Frank D. Waldron was an American jazz cornetist, alto saxophonist, trumpeter, composer, bandleader, and music teacher who lived in Seattle, Washington. He was born in San Francisco, California in 1890 and eventually moved to the Pacific Northwest ...

Surrey College of Music

The Surrey College of Music was founded in 1946 by music teacher and educational composer John Longmire with composer and organist Reginald Jevons. It was based at Fitznells Manor in Ewell, and received support from many of the leading musical lu ...

Martini

Martini may refer to: Martini surname, an Italian surname Automobiles Martini, a French manufacturer of racing cars Martinis law, relates the depth of a dive to the effects of nitrogen narcosis MARTINI, a molecular dynamics force field in chemist ...

Jack Mills (disambiguation)

Jack Mills was the train driver in the Great Train Robbery. Jack Mills may also refer to: Jack Mills baseball 1889–1973, Major League Baseball third baseman John Mills New Zealand cricketer 1905–1972, New Zealand test cricketer sometimes known as ...

Midnight Special

Midnight Special Al Smith album, 1961 Midnight Special Harry Belafonte album, 1962 Midnight Special Uncle Kracker album, 2012 Midnight Special Jimmy Smith album, 1961 "Midnight Special" song, a 1905 song popularized by Lead Belly

Town of Salem

Town of Salem is an online multiplayer role-playing strategy game developed and published by indie game developer BlankMediaGames. It was released on Steam for Windows and macOS on December 15, 2014. Early alpha and beta versions were browser-bas ...

Lucia Guimarães

Lucia Guimarães is a Brazilian journalist. As a Brazilian journalist based largely in New York, she became a frequent contributor to Brazilian television, print, and radio media on the culture of the United States and events in American politics. ...

1902 in birding and ornithology

Birds described in 1902 include American black duck, Archers ground robin, Great Nicobar serpent eagle, black-chested tyrant, Mussau fantail, Blanfords lark, Arabian serin, Cherries antwren, Isthmian wren, red-throated alethe,

Mariama Owusu

Mariama Owusu is a Ghanaian jurist. Formerly a judge of the Appeal Court, she was nominated Supreme Court Judge in November 2019 and vetted on 9 December 2019. She was sworn in on 17 December 2019. Prior to her appointment, she had served on the ...

Ded Buddy

Eric Kwasi Okine Turkson, better known by his stage name Ded Buddy, is a Ghanaian American Singer,producer and singer-songwriter from Accra, Ghana,

Lee Seung-wook

Lee Seung-wook is a former South Korean actor and model. He is best known for his roles in dramas, Wind-Bell and movies such as Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum.

Jennifer Grout

Jennifer Grout was born in Mesa Arizona, US and studied in McGill University in Canada. She is the daughter of a pianist and a violinist and began studying music at 5. In 2012 and after her summer trip to Morocco, Jennifer Grout got interested in ...

S. N. Parvathy

S. N. Parvathy is an Indian film actress and television actress, who appeared in supporting roles in Tamil films and serials. She often plays roles of a mother in films. She has worked in popular movies like Anubavi Raja Anubavi, Pasi, Palaivana ...

List of bird species described in the 2020s

Peleng fantail, Rhipidura habibiei: Frank E. Rheindt, Dewi M. Prawiradilaga, Hidayat Ashari, Suparno, Chyi Yin Gwee, Geraldine W. X. Lee, Meng Yue Wu, Nathaniel S. R. Ng. "A lost world in Wallacea: Description of a montane archipelagic avifauna". ...

Lorenzo Gonzalez Feliciano

Lorenzo Gonzalez Feliciano is a Puerto Rican psychiatrist. He is the Secretary of Health of Puerto Rico as of March 28, 2020. He previously served as Secretary of Health under Governor Luis Fortuño.

Always

Always 2011 film, a 2011 South Korean film, also known as Only You Always Sanchōme no Yūhi or Always: Sunset on Third Street, a 2005 Japanese drama film, and a sequel "Always" Castle, an episode of Castle "Always" NASCAR Racers, an episode of NAS ...

Ajo

Ajo Unified School District Little Ajo Mountains, a mountain range in southern Arizona Ajo, Arizona, a census-designated place in Pima County, Arizona, US Ajo Copper News, a weekly community newspaper serving western Pima County, Arizona Ajo High ...

GPU (disambiguation)

A GPU, or graphics processing unit, is a special stream processor used in computer graphics hardware. GPU may also refer to Ground power unit, used to power aircraft on the ground General Purpose Uniform, of the Royal Australian Air Force Gambia ...

Great Americans

Great American or Great Americans may refer to: The Great American Cowboy, a 1973 documentary film by Kieth Merrill Hall of Fame for Great Americans, an outdoor sculpture garden in Bronx Community College in The Bronx, New York City The Great Ame ...

South Great Georges Street

The area is associated with Early Scandinavian Dublin; four burials excavated near South Great Georges Street were also associated with domestic habitations, suggesting that the deceased had been members of a settled Norse community and not the f ...

WEP

WEP may stand for: the pen name of Australian cartoonist William Edwin Pidgeon 1909–1981 Windows Entertainment Pack, alternate name for Microsoft Entertainment Pack, a computer game collection Words of Estimative Probability, terms used by intell ...

Marianne Preger-Simon

Marianne Preger-Simon is an American dancer, choreographer, writer, and psychotherapist. She is best known for her work as a founding member of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company.

Weoley

Weoley may refer to: The Weoley Cup, a 15th-century Venetian glass goblet presented to the Founders Company by its former Master, Richard Weoley. Weoley Park, a former medieval manorial hunting park, which previously surrounded the fortified medi ...

Louder Than Life

Louder Than Life is an annual heavy metal and rock music festival that takes place in Louisville, Kentucky. It is produced by Danny Wimmer Presents. It was originally hosted at Champions Park. Starting in 2019, it was moved to the Highland Festiv ...

Double-A All-Star Game

The Double-A All-Star Game was an annual baseball game sanctioned by Minor League Baseball between professional players from the three Double-A leagues - the Eastern League, Southern League, and Texas League - contested from 1991 to 2002. Teams o ...

Basilicas in the Catholic Church

In the Catholic Church, the term basilica refers to a title conferred on certain church buildings in virtue of which they enjoy privileges of an honorific character. The term is used by canon lawyers and liturgists. The title may have been assign ...

Pomp

Pomp or pomps may refer to: Pomps, alternative name for Ghillies dance, a special type of shoe Slang for Pompadour hairstyle, a style of haircut Pompḗ Greek: πομπή, usually translated as pomp or procession, the name of the first part of several A ...

Judgement 2019: DDT 22nd Anniversary

Judgement 2019: DDT 22nd Anniversary was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. It took place on February 17, 2019, in Tokyo, Japan, at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan. It was the twenty-third event under the Judgement name. The even ...

You Only Live Twice

You Only Live Twice may refer to: You Only Live Twice soundtrack, the soundtrack album from the film "You Only Live Twice" song, a 1967 Nancy Sinatra song from the James Bond film of the same name You Only Live Twice film, a 1967 film based on th ...

Fighting Spirit

Fighting Spirit may refer to: Fighting Spirit manga Hajime no Ippo a boxing anime and manga series Victorious Boxers 2, subtitled Fighting Spirit, a boxing video game for the PlayStation 2 based on the anime/manga series Fighting Spirit Magazine, ...

Shuten-dōji (disambiguation)

Shuten-dōji is a gigantic ruler of the Oni, creatures of Japanese folklore. In popular culture: Shuten Doji 手天童子, Shuten dōji, a video game published by Enix in 1990, adapted from Go Nagais manga Shutendoji 手天童子, Shutendōji, a manga by Go ...

Over

Over, Cambridgeshire, England Over, Cheshire, England Over, Gloucestershire, near Gloucester, England Over Bridge Over, South Gloucestershire, England Over, Seevetal, Germany

Taiho

Taihō or Taiho can refer to: Taihoku Prefecture, a former administrative district of Taiwan, created during Japanese rule in 1920 A title from the anime series The Twelve Kingdoms Yasuaki Taiho, Taiwanese professional baseball player Taihō Kōki, ...

The Blue Knight

The Blue Knight may refer to: The Blue Knight film, a 1973 TV film based on Wambaughs novel, starring William Holden The Blue Knight novel, a novel by Joseph Wambaugh The Blue Knight TV series, a 1975 series based on Wambaughs novel, starring Geo ...

Nosferatu (disambiguation)

Nosferatu is a 1922 silent German expressionist film by F. W. Murnau. Nosferatu may also refer to: Nosferatu word, a synonym for "vampire" first mentioned by Emily Gerard and popularized by Bram Stoker

Judgement 3

Judgement 3 was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. It took place on March 20, 1999, in Tokyo, Japan, at the Itabashi Green Hall. It was the third event under the Judgement name.

Vierde Raadsaal

The Vierde Raadsaal is a historic building in Bloemfontein, South Africa, which serves as the meeting place of the Free State Provincial Legislature, the legislature of the Free State. It is located opposite the Supreme Court of Appeal in Preside ...

Presidents Tatrakshak Medal

The Presidents Tatrakshak Medal is an Indian military decoration, awarded for selfless devotion, distinguished and meritorious service in Indian Coast Guard. It is conferred by the President of India every year on the occasion of national celebra ...

National lottery

National Lottery may refer to: South African National Lottery, established in 2000 National Lottery United Kingdom, the lottery franchise in the United Kingdom A number of countries conduct games designated national lottery in the singular, or na ...

Ann Meyers Drysdale Award

The Ann Meyers Drysdale Award is an award presented annually to the best womens basketball shooting guard in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I competition. It is named after Hall of Famer Ann Meyers Drysdale, the first high ...

Edwin Wolf II

Edwin Wolf II married Margaret" Peggy” Gimbel Dannenbaum in 1934. Together they had three children, Ellen, Anthony and Mary. Margaret died in a car accident in 1964. In 1965 he married Mary Paxson Matthews.

Treaty of Vienna

Treaty of Vienna may refer to: Treaty of Vienna of 25 March 1815, also known as "Treaty of General Alliance" when Austria, Britain, Prussia and Russia agreed to put 150.000 men in the field against Napoleon Bonaparte.see wikisource:Declaration at ...

Benoni Hall

Benoni Hall was a Rhode Island surveyor who served as a Justice of the Colonial Rhode Island Supreme Court from May 1765 to May 1768, and again from June 1769 to May 1773. In March of 1732, he married Elizabeth Gardiner. When the town of Exeter, ...

Thomas Lester (business)

Thomas Lester. was a prominent lace merchant in the rural lacemaking industry in Bedfordshire, establishing a Lace Manufactory business which survived until the onset of machine-made lace in the early 20th Century. His designs were exhibited at t ...

A Rogue By Any Other Name

A Rogue By Any Other Name is a historical romance written by Sarah MacLean and published by Avon in 2012. It is the first book in her Rules of Scoundrels quartet. The novel won a RITA Award for Best Historical Romance in 2013.

Sutlej (disambiguation)

Satluj Valley in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, India through which the Sutlej river runs The Sutlej Channel, a waterway in British Columbia, Canada The Sutlej Yamuna link canal, a proposed freight canal connecting the Sutlej and Yamun ...

Alice Reeves

Alice Reeves was an Irish nurse and matron of Dr Steevens’ Hospital, Dublin. Described by surgeon, T. G. Wilson, as "undoubtedly one of the greatest nurses Ireland has ever produced." Reeves helped create the first rules of the general nursing co ...