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Kau Nga Ling

Kau Nga Ling, known locally as Dog Teeth Range, is a series of precipitous mountains on Lantau Island, Hong Kong, with a height of 539 metres above sea level. It is one of 16 "high-risk" locations for hikers and is notorious for three expert-leve ...

Barry Neufeld

Barry Neufeld is a school trustee in Chilliwack, BC. Neufeld was elected in December 1993 with his first term ending in December 2008. He was re-elected in December 2011. Neufeld has criticized for making bigoted and discriminatory towards the LG ...

TSLAQ

Replying to TESLAcharts How big is your short position? Just curious. June 17, 2018 TSLAQ is a loose, international collective of largely anonymous short-sellers, skeptics, and researchers who openly criticize Tesla, Inc. and its current CEO, Elo ...

Polytopological space

In general topology, a polytopological space consists of a set X {\displaystyle X} together with a family { τ i } i ∈ I {\displaystyle \{\tau _{i}\}_{i\in I}} of topologies on X {\displaystyle X} that is linearly ordered by the inclusion relation ...

Vocalization

Vocalization or vocalisation may refer to: Vocable, an utterance that is not considered a word Speech production, the processes by which spoken sounds are made Speech, communication using the human voice Female copulatory vocalizations, produced ...

R (disambiguation)

R {\displaystyle \mathbb {R} } or R, the set of all real numbers Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient r, in statistics

Telex (disambiguation)

Telex may refer to: Telex network, TELegraph EXchange, a communications network Teleprinter, the device used on the above network Telex II, a later name for the TWX teletypewriter network Tele-X, a Nordic communications satellite Telex Communicat ...

Maya language (disambiguation)

A Mayan language is one of a group of languages spoken by the Mayan people of Mesoamerica. Mayan language may also refer to: Maya Embedded Language, the language used in the Autodesk Maya software, also known as MEL Maya language, an Austronesian ...

The Rich and the Ruthless

The Rich and the Ruthless is an American web television comedy series created, produced and directed by Victoria Rowell and starring Rowell and Richard Brooks. The series loosely based on Rowell novels Secrets of a Soap Opera Diva and The Young a ...

Kimi Hanauer

Kimi Hanauer is an artist, writer, and cultural organizer. She is the founder of Press Press, an interdisciplinary publishing house that focuses on underrepresented voices and narratives. She has worked in Baltimore, Maryland and Los Angeles, Cal ...

Mass Effect: Foundation

Mass Effect: Foundation is a Canadian science fiction comic book series published by Dark Horse Comics featuring several secondary characters from the original Mass Effect trilogy. A direct tie-in to 2013s Mass Effect 3: Citadel downloadable cont ...

Nuttall

Nuttalls toothwort, a species of cardamine flower. Nuttall sandstone, a very hard type of sandstone; see New River Gorge National River Nuttalls woodpecker, a species of woodpecker found in oak woodlands of California Nuttalls oak, a fast-growing ...

Batang

Batang Regency, regency in Central Java province, Indonesia Batang, Batang, capital of Batang Regency Batang, one of the 28 barangays of Irosin, Sorsogon, Philippines

Ballad (disambiguation)

Ballad is a form of narrative poetry, often put to music, or a type of sentimental love song in modern popular music. Ballad or Ballade may also refer to:

Koreanization

Many linguists believe that Peninsular Japonic were formerly spoken in central and southern parts of the Korean peninsula. Peninsular Japonic were used until Early Three Kingdoms period. After the ended of Three Kingdoms in 668, former place name ...

TENET 210

The TENET 210 was a mainframe computer designed for timesharing services. The machine was designed for high throughput and expandability, including 20 direct memory access channels and eight slots for core memory, allowing up to 128k 32-bit words ...

Master (France)

In the French education system, the masters degree is both a national higher education diploma and a university degree, validating a second cycle of higher education, i.e. an average of five years of study after the baccalaureate. The diplome nat ...

Bei Cun

Bei Cun, pen name of Kang Hong is a Chinese avant-garde Christian novelist. He has been described as "the only openly Christian Chinese writer who enthusiastically incorporates religious themes into his fiction."

Proto-Karenic

Tones A modal, B, and D checked can be reconstructed for Proto-Karen according to Luangthongkum 2019. The Proto-Karen tone box template is: Ken Manson 2009 reconstructs three proto-Karen tonal categories *A, *B and *B for syllables with vocalic o ...

Karen Power

Karen Power is a composer whose work spans compositions for orchestras, to sound installations. Power has been known to incorporate everyday sounds into her works. Power received a Ph.D. in acoustic and electroacoustic composition with Michael Al ...

Karen Marie Fougner

Karen Marie Fougner was born in Bergen, the daughter of the hat-maker and later proprietor Johan Eilert Fougner 1815–1884 of the prominent Fougner family, and Alida Cathrine Brunfeldt 1815–1896. On July 12, 1863, she married the actor Jacob Prom ...

Karen Margrethe Juul

Juul was born in Esbjerg, Denmark. She practically grew up on the golf course, her mother a national team player, and started training golf at 9 years old. Aged 14, she made her debut at the clubs division team, and by 18 years old she participat ...

Church on Blood

In the Russian Orthodox tradition, Church on Blood is a church commemorating the spot of the murder of a member of the royal family. There are three such churches: Church of All Saints, Yekaterinburg 21st century - commemorates the murder of Nich ...

Susanna Calkins

Susanna Calkins is an American writer of historical mysteries, an historian, and a university teacher and administrator. Through 2020, her publications include five mystery novels in two series, as well as a work of non-fiction about higher educa ...

John Childs

John Childs may refer to: John Childs aviator, 18th century aviator John Childs, victim of the 1995 kidnapping of Western tourists in Kashmir John Lewis Childs 1856–1921, horticultural businessman and politician who founded Floral Park, New York ...

Samuel Woodward (disambiguation)

Samuel Woodward was an English geologist and antiquary. Samuel or Sam Woodward may also refer to: Samuel Woodward, American white supremacist charged in the 2018 murder of Blaze Bernstein Samuel Walter Woodward 1848–1917, American businessman, co ...

Antisemitism in the United States in the 21st-century

In the 2010s, antisemitism and the number of violent antisemitic attacks on Jews experienced an upward surge in the United States, a nation that had long been regarded as relatively free from antisemitism. Left-wing rhetorical antisemitism grew a ...

King Hui of Yan

King Hui of Yan, ancestral name Jī, clan name Yān, personal name unknown, was the fifth king of the state of Yan in Warring States period of Chinese history. He ruled the kingdom between 278 BC until his death in 272 BC. King Hui was a son of Kin ...

Ariobarzanes

Ariobarzanes, Satrap of Persis fl. 368 BC – 330 BC, Persian satrap of Persis who fought against Alexander the Great at the Battle of the Persian Gate as Alexanders forces were making their way to Persepolis in 330 BC Ariobarzanes of Phrygia fl. 4 ...

Anak (disambiguation)

Anak is a figure in the Hebrew Bible said to be the forefather of the Anakites. Anak may also refer to: Anak Tomb No. 3, noted archeological site in North Korea Anak County, a county in South Hwanghae province, North Korea Anak the Parthian, a no ...

Robert Butler

Cuthbert Butler politician Robert John Cuthbert Butler, 1889–1950, member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, Australia Robert Butler MP, 16th-century Member of Parliament for Bristol Rob Butler politician born 1967, Conservative British M ...

Jean Lyon, Countess of Angus

Jean Lyon, Countess of Angus was a Scottish courtier, landowner, who became involved in a withcraft trial. She was a daughter of John Lyon, 8th Lord Glamis and Elizabeth Abernethy, only daughter of William Abernethy, 5th Lord Saltoun. James VI of ...

Lilian Hicks

Lilian Hicks was a British campaigner for the vote for agricultural labourers and later Womens suffrage in the United Kingdom. Hicks took an active role in several organisations and was arrested on Black Friday in 1910.

Ubica

The Ubica buildings are two adjacent buildings standing at 24 and 26 Ganzenmarkt, in central Utrecht, the Netherlands. Number 24 is a rijksmonument. The first recorded mention of the buildings is from 1319. After centuries of residential use, the ...

Velika Broda massacre

The Velika Broda massacre is a crime that occurred on 5 March 1994, when an army of the Croatian Defense Council shelled the village of Velika Broda in the Zenica municipality and killed five and seriously injured three civilians.

Suo Lin

Suo Lin, or Suo Chen, courtesy name Juxiu, was a military general of the Jin Dynasty. He was a prominent member of the group to restore the Jin Dynastys authority in the north following the Disaster of Yongjia in 311, and in the regimes final yea ...

Qu Yun (Jin Dynasty)

Qu Yun, was a military general of the Jin Dynasty. He was a prominent member in the plot to restore the Jin Dynastys authority over northern China following the Disaster of Yongjia in 311 and was one of Emperor Min of Jins closest advisors in res ...

Theodore Paleologus (Junior)

Theodore Paleologus or Palaiologos, usually distinguished from his father of the same name by being referred to as Theodore Junior or Theodore II, was the second son of the 16th/17th-century soldier and assassin Theodore Paleologus, and the oldes ...

Francis Mowbray

Francis Mowbray or Mowbray was a Scottish intriguer. Francis Mowbray was a son of John Mowbray, Laird of Barnbougle Castle and Elspeth Kirkcaldy, daughter of James Kirkcaldy. His sisters Barbara Mowbray and Gillis Mowbray were servants of Mary, Q ...

Anna Kelly

Anna Kelly was born Annie Christina Fitzsimmons in Ballysadare, County Sligo on 8 January 1891. She was one of the four children of James Fitzsimmons, RIC constable and later a farmer, and Mary Fitzsimmons nee McDonald. She had two brothers and o ...

Lands of Blacklaw

The Lands of Blacklaw formed a small property of five merks worth, in the Lordship of Stewarton at the eastern extremity of Strathannick, between the hamlet of Kingsford in East Ayrshire and the East Renfrewshire boundary, Scotland. It was first ...

A Love Never Lost

A Love Never Lost is an upcoming youth historical Chinese television series directed by Wang Wei, starring Li Xian and Jessie Li. The series uses the late Qing Dynasty as the background and tells the story of the aspiring young people who struggl ...

Lida (disambiguation)

Lida, Nevada, United States Lida Junction Airport, Nevada, United States Lida, Hrodna Voblast, Belarus Lake Lida, Otter Tail County, Minnesota, United States Lida Township, Minnesota, United States

Operation Periwig

Operation Periwig was a secret service operation planned and carried out by the British Special Operations Executive from November 1944 onwards during the Second World War. The aim was to indoctrinate the Nazi regime by feigning resistance moveme ...

Timecop1983

Jordy Leenaerts, better known by the stage name Timecop1983, is a Dutch electronic musician from Eindhoven, producing music in the synthwave genre. His debut album, Childhood Memories, was released in 2014, followed by Journeys in the same year. ...

Bree Runway

Bree Runway is a British singer, rapper and songwriter born and raised in Hackney, London. Runway was signed to Virgin EMI Records in 2018 after the release of single "What Do I Tell My Friends?" and consequently released the EP Be Runway in late ...

List of Diane Lane performances

Diane Lane is an American actress who made her screen debut in George Roy Hills 1979 film A Little Romance. Lane would earn critical acclaim for her performance in the 2002 film Unfaithful, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress ...

Murder in High Places

Murder in High Places is a 1991 American TV film written and directed by John Byrum. It was originally a pilot for an NBC series to be called Out of Season.

David Markish

David Markish, is a Soviet/Russian Jewish prose writer who writes predominantly in Russian, poet, and translator.

Scott Johnson (murder victim)

Scott Johnson was an American PhD student in mathematics who was killed in Australia in 1988. Initially treated by police as a suicide, a coroners inquest in 2017 resulted in a finding he "… died as a result of a gay-hate attack". In May 2020 a m ...