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Hue and Cry

Hue and cry is a common law process where bystanders are summoned to help apprehend a criminal. Hue and Cry may also refer to: Hue and Cry, a cultivar of Iris ensata, the Japanese iris Hue and Cry newspaper The Police Gazette; or, Hue and Cry, a ...

Hasslunda Church

Hasslunda Church was built around 1250. The church originally lacked a tower, which was added during the 15th century. In the same century, the interior of the church was also altered and an earlier ceiling replaced with vaults. A church porch wa ...

Samuel Cooper (disambiguation)

Samuel Cooper was an English miniature painter. Samuel Cooper may also refer to: Samuel Cooper surgeon 1780–1848, English surgeon and writer of medical books Samuel Cooper general 1798–1876, U.S. Army officer and senior Confederate general office ...

John Craven (disambiguation)

John Craven is a British television broadcaster. John Craven may also refer to: John Craven economist born 1949, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Portsmouth John Craven, 1st Baron Craven of Ryton 1610–1648 John Craven businessman born 1940, S ...

Pipe Plug

Pipe Plug is a rubber pneumatic tool for temporary sealing of pipelines in sewerage, water line systems for maintenance or non-pressurized line testing. Pipe plug is also known as inflatable plug, expandable plug, pipe bung, pipe stopper, pipe pa ...

Frederick IV

Frederick IV may refer to: Frederick IV of Denmark 1671–1730 Frederick IV of Sicily 1341–1377, called "Frederick the Simple" Frederick IV, Duke of Austria 1382–1439 Frederick IV of Naples 1452–1504 Frederick IV, Landgrave of Thuringia died 1440 F ...

Richard Warburton (disambiguation)

Sir Richard Warburton was an English Member of Parliament. Richard Warburton may also refer to: Richard Warburton died 1716, Member of Parliament for Portarlington Parliament of Ireland constituency Richard Warburton died 1717, Member of Parliame ...

Yōshin-ryū (disambiguation)

Yōshin-ryū is a traditional school of Japanese martial arts founded in the mid 17th century by Akiyama Yoshitoki. However, a number of other traditional martial arts schools were also named or referred to as Yōshin-ryū, including: Shindō Yōshin-r ...

Fuhayd ibn Hasan

Fuhayd ibn Hasan ibn Abī Numayy was Emir of Mecca in partnership with his brother Idris ibn Hasan and his nephew Muhsin ibn Husayn from 1603 to 1610. Fuhayd and Muhsin assumed the Emirate in partnership with Idris in Jumada II 1012 AH November 16 ...

St James the Great (disambiguation)

St James the Great Church, Wrightington, a Grade II listed church in Lancashire, England Church of St James the Great, Fulbrook, a parish church in Oxfordshire, England St James the Great Church, Dauntsey, a Grade I listed church in Wiltshire, En ...

The Chocolate Dandies (jazz combos)

The Chocolate Dandies was the name of several American jazz combos from 1928 through the 1940s. The name was an outgrowth of the Broadway production, The Chocolate Dandies, that debuted in 1924.

King James Version (disambiguation)

The King James Version is an English translation of the Bible, first published in 1611. King James Version may also refer to: American Standard Version, a revision of the Revised Version translation of the Bible, published in 1901 Revised Version ...

Sedley

Sedley may refer to: Surname Sedley surname Given name Sedley Cudmore, B.A., M.A., 1878–1945, Canadian economist, academic, civil servant and Canadas second Dominion Statistician Sedley Andrus, LVO 1915–2009, long-serving English officer of arms ...

DArtagnan (disambiguation)

Charles de Batz de Castelmore dArtagnan was captain of Louis XIVs Musketeers. DArtagnan may also refer to: Artagnan, a French municipality in Midi-Pyrenees region 14238 dArtagnan, a main-belt asteroid DArtagnan food company, a producer of special ...

Moisant

Moisant may refer to: Moisants International Aviators, a flying circus hosted by the school John Bevins Moisant 1868–1910, American aviation pioneer and brother of Matilde Matilde E. Moisant 1878–1964, American aviation pioneer and sister of John ...

Jai Singh

Jai Singh may refer to: Jai Pal Singh 1930–1997, Indian physician and educator Jai Singh III 1819–1835, Maharaja of Jaipur State Jai Singh Prabhakar 1882–1937, Maharaja of Alwar kingdom in India Jai Arjun Singh, New Delhi-based freelance writer/j ...

Full Fathom Five

Albums: Full Fathom Five: Video Field Recordings Full Fathom Five album CD Live releases by Clutch Full Fathom Five 1994, by Sub Songs: "Full Fathom Five" 1922 "Full Fathom Five", in Three Shakespeare Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams "Full Fathom ...

Pendle

Pendle may refer to: Pendle Borough Council, governing the borough Borough of Pendle in Lancashire, England Pendle UK Parliament constituency Forest of Pendle, hilly landscape surrounding the hill Pendle Hill in Lancashire, England Pendle Way, re ...

Maisonneuve

Jules Germain François Maisonneuve 1809–1897, surgeon of 19th-century Paris Paul Maisonneuve footballer born 1986, French football player Paul de Chomedey, Sieur de Maisonneuve 1612–1676, French officer who contributed to the foundation of Montreal

Daniel ONeill

Dan ONeill or Daniel ONeill may refer to: Dan ONeill born 1942, American cartoonist Dan ONeill movement director born 1962, choreographer and movement director Dan ONeill writer born 1950, Alaskan journalist and author Dan ONeill born 1948, found ...

George FitzGerald (disambiguation)

George FitzGerald was an Irish physicist. George FitzGerald may also refer to: George Fitzgerald Family Affairs, a fictional character George Robert FitzGerald died 1786, Irish eccentric Sir George FitzGerald, 23rd Knight of Kerry 1917–2001, baro ...

Antonio Martinez

Antonio Martinez may refer to: Antonio Alonso Martinez born 1963, Spanish/Portuguese painter Antonio Martinez basketball born 1926, Filipino former basketball player Antonio Martinez Sarrion born 1939, poet and translator Antonio Martinez Lopez b ...

Gideon Murray

Gideon Murray of Elibank, Scottish courtier and landowner. Gideon Murray was the son of Sir Andrew Murray of Black Barony, Peebleshire, and Grizzel Beaton, a daughter of Sir John Beaton of Creich, Fife. He was a grandson of Isobel Hoppar. He was ...

Thomas Gilbert

Thomas Gilbert may refer to: Thomas Gilbert architect 1706–1776, British architect Thomas Gilbert military officer 1715–1797, American Revolution figure Thomas Gilbert engineer 1927–1995, American engineer Eddie Gilbert wrestler, American profess ...

Andrew Keith (courtier)

Andrew Keith was a Scottish courtier known for fighting at Heidelberg Castle. Keith was a servant in the household of Princess Elizabeth, daughter of King James and Anne of Denmark. In 1612 he bought a "white gray" horse for Elizabeth, costing £4 ...

Trinity Hospital

Trinity Hospital may refer to: in England Trinity Hospital, Greenwich, almshouses dated 1613 in Scotland Trinity Hospital, or Trinity College Hospital, a medieval almshouse associated with Trinity College Kirk, in Edinburgh, Scotland in the Unite ...

Delorme

Delorme may refer to: DeLorme, a vendor of mapping and GPS products Delorme operation, a treatment of rectal prolapse Delorme, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in the United States

Menage (disambiguation)

For associations with the French equestrian term Manege, see Manege disambiguation. Menage may refer to: Gilles Menage 1613–1692, a French scholar Menage à trois, a sexual relationship between three people Menage, a frequent error for manege, a r ...

Ralph Verney

Ralph Verney may refer to: Sir Ralph Verney, 1st Baronet, of Eaton Square 1879–1959, Secretary to the Viceroy of India and the Speaker of the House of Commons Ralph Verney, 2nd Earl Verney 1714–1791, his son, English MP for Wendover 1753–1761, Ca ...

Bairisal

Bairisal was a Nagvanshi king in 17th century. He succeeded his father Madhu Singh in 1599. His capital was at Khukhragarh. He visited Delhi and accompanied Emperor Akbar on many of his expeditions. The emperor pleased with his heroic deeds rewar ...

Henry Worsley

Henry Worsley is the name of: Henry Worsley British Army officer 1783–1820, lieutenant-colonel Sir Henry Worsley, 2nd Baronet 1613–1666, English politician Henry Worsley explorer 1960–2016, British Army officer and Antarctic adventurer Sir Henry ...

John Wilkins (disambiguation)

John Wilkins was an English clergyman, natural philosopher, author, founder of the Royal Society, and Bishop of Chester. John Wilkins may also refer to: J. Ernest Wilkins Sr. 1894–1959, African-American lawyer, labor leader and undersecretary Joh ...

Leicester (disambiguation)

Leicester is a city and the county town of Leicestershire, England. Leicester may also refer to: Places elsewhere Leicester, Massachusetts Leicester village, New York, within the town of Leicester Leicester town, New York, in Livingston County Le ...

Richard Aldworth

Richard Aldworth may refer to: Richard Aldworth Reading MP c. 1614–1680, English politician, MP for Reading 1661–1679, and founder of the Blue Coat Schools in Reading and Basingstoke Richard Aldworth MP for Dublin University died 1707, MP for Uni ...

Arthur Annesley

Arthur Annesley may refer to: Arthur Annesley, 10th Viscount Valentia 1785–1863, descendant of the 1st Viscount Valentia Arthur Noel Grove Annesley born 1941, British auctioneer, honorary chairman of Christies. Arthur Annesley 1760–1841, British ...

Thomas Whittaker

Thomas or Tom Whittaker may refer to: Thomas Dunham Whitaker 1759–1821, English clergyman and topographer Thomas Whittaker rugby league, rugby league footballer who played in the 1900s and 1910s Tom Whittaker rugby union born 1986, English rugby ...

Ranald MacDonald (disambiguation)

Ranald MacDonald may refer to: Ranald MacDonald 1824–1894, Canadian-born, the first man to teach the English language in Japan Ranald Og MacDonald, captured Dunyvaig Castle in 1614 Ranald MacDonald bishop 1756–1832, Scottish Roman Catholic bishop ...

John Bennet

John Bennet may refer to: John Bennet MP 1628–1663, English landowner and politician John Bennet judge 1552/3–1627, English judge and MP accused of corruption John Bennet, 5th Baronet of the Bennet baronets John Bennet, 1st Baron Ossulston 1616–1 ...

John Birch

John Birch may refer to: John Birch Society established 1958, the organization named after him John Birch engineer 1867–1945, English designer of pushbikes and automobiles John Birch soldier 1615–1691, English politician and soldier John Birch mi ...

Transhalogenation

Transhalogenation is a substitution reaction in which a halogen atom of a halogen compound is exchanged for another halogen atom, for example the reaction of an alkyl chloride to an alkyl fluoride by means of sodium fluoride: R-Cl + NaF → R-F + N ...

Eendracht (disambiguation)

Eendracht is a canal and former branch of the river Scheldt in the Netherlands. Eendracht or De Eendracht may also refer to:

Manchuria (disambiguation)

Manchuria is an exonym for a region of northeast Asia. Machuria may also refer to: Northeast China "Inner Manchuria", the three northeasternmost provinces of the Peoples Republic of China Manchuria Station, a stopping point on the Trans-Siberian ...

Captain Cook (disambiguation)

Captain Cook book, a 1972 book by Alistair MacLean "Captain Cook" Blackadder, an episode of the British TV series Blackadder Goes Forth Captain Cook, the first penguin in the childrens book Mr. Poppers Penguins

Charles, Prince of Wales (disambiguation)

Charles, Prince of Wales may refer to: Charles I of England 1600–1649, from his creation of Prince of Wales from 1616 until his accession to the throne in 1625 Charles Edward Stuart 1720–1788, Jacobite "Young Pretender", often called Bonnie Princ ...

Lord Boyle (disambiguation)

Lord Boyle or Baron Boyle may refer to: In the Peerage of Ireland: Baron Boyle of Broghill, created in 1628, later merged with the Earldom of Orrery Baron Boyle, created in 1673 with the Viscountcy of Blessington Baron Boyle of Youghal, created i ...

William the Elder

William the Elder may refer to: William Holl the Elder 1771–1838, English engraver William Warren elder actor 1767–1832 William Pitt the Elder 1708–1778, British statesman William Corden the Elder 1795–1867, English portrait painter and miniaturi ...

Henry Cavendish (disambiguation)

Henry Cavendish was a British scientist who discovered hydrogen. Henry Cavendish may also refer to: Henry Cavendish British Army officer 1789–1873, courtier, earlier MP for Derby 1812–35 Lord Henry Cavendish 1673–1700, MP for Derby 1695–1700 Henr ...

Juan Silva

Juan Silva is the name of: Juan Silva Chilean footballer, born 1990, footballer for Deportes Melipilla Juan Silva athlete born 1930, Chilean long-distance runner Juan Silva Chilean footballer, born 1989, footballer for Deportes La Serena Juan Car ...

Baron Ker

Baron Ker may refer to: Baron Lord Ker of Cessford and Cavertoun in the Peerage of Scotland is from 1616 one of the subsidiary titles for Duke of Roxburghe Baron Lord Ker of Cessford and Overton in the Peerage of Scotland too is from 1707 another ...

Martin Green

Martin Green may refer to: Martyn Green 1899–1975, English actor and singer Martin Grene 1616–1667, Jesuit Martin Green author 1932–2015, scholar and author Martin Green events producer Marty Green River City, fictional character in Scottish soap ...