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Lauriston (disambiguation)

Lauriston may refer to: Lauriston Girls School, a private day and boarding school for girls in Armadale, Victoria, Australia Lauriston, New Zealand, a village in New Zealand Lauriston, Victoria, a town in Australia Lauriston, an area of central E ...

Escondido

Rio Escondido Coahuila, tributary of the Rio Grande in Mexico Nueces River in Texas, originally named Rio Escondido Rio Escondido, a river near Rio Puelo, Region de Los Lagos, Chile Escondido, California, city and valley near San Diego, United St ...

Tecno Camon 12

Tecno Camon 12 Air, Tecno Camon 12 and Tecno Camon 12 Pro are Android-based smartphones manufactured, released and marketed by Tecno Mobile as part of Tecno Camon 12 series. The device were unveiled during an event held on 5 September 2019 in Lag ...

Saving Our Selves

Saving Our Selves: A BET COVID-19 Relief Effort, or simply, Saving Our Selves, was a 2020 television special which aired on the American television network BET on April 22, 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hosted by Anthony Anderson, Kelly Row ...

Morten Rostrup

Morten Rostrup is a Norwegian physician. He took the cand.med. degree in 1983 and the dr.med. degree in 1994, and acquired specializations in internal medicine and emergency medicine. He became a chief physician at Oslo University Hospital and pr ...

GRR

Georgetown Railroad, in Texas Vernon J. Ehlers Station, in Grand Rapids, Michigan Grand River Railway, in Ontario, Canada Gadalar railway station, in Pakistan Gerald R. Ford International Airport, in Grand Rapids, Michigan Agroar Carga Aerea, a d ...

Stjorna IL

Stjorna Idrettslag is a Norwegian sports club from Stjorna at the Fosen peninsula in Trondelag. It has sections for football, track and field, basketball, Nordic skiing, biathlon and swimming. Råkvåg Stadion is the home ground for the football team.

Clara Barthold Mayer

Clara Barthold Mayer was an Orientalist painter who worked in Istanbul. She was married to the Italian-German painter, Luigi Mayer.

Zafar Mirza

Zafarullah Mirza is a Pakistani politician who currently serves as a Special Assistant for Health. He was appointed by Prime Minister Imran Khan on 23 April 2019. Dr Zafar Mirza is the Director of Health System Development at the WHO Regional Off ...

Military academies in Pakistan

The Pakistan military services have established number of training schools, academies, universities and command & staff colleges across the Pakistan for the purpose of training professional soldiers and officers in military science, warfare comma ...

Pitti (disambiguation)

Pitti is an uninhabited islet in the Indian Ocean, 24 km north of Kavaratti, Lakshadweep, India. Pitti may also refer to: John Pitti, Panamanian football referee François Pitti-Ferrandi 1838-1894, French doctor and politician Pitti Kalpeni, anoth ...

C. maculata

C. maculata may refer to: Chrysasura maculata, a New Guinean moth Columnea maculata, a flying goldfish plant Coladenia maculata, an African butterfly Caecula maculata, a worm eel Chloroclystis maculata, a New Zealand moth Corymbia maculata, a tre ...

Proletariat (disambiguation)

Party of the Dictatorship of the Proletariat, a communist party in Russia Proletariat party - First Proletariat, the first Polish socialist party; its successor, the Second Proletariat; and another Polish party, the Third Proletariat. Revolutiona ...

Prisioneira

Prisioneira is a Portuguese telenovela broadcast and produced by TVI. It is written by Maria João Mira. The telenovela premiered on May 21, 2019 and ended on February 22, 2020. It is recorded between Lisbon and Tunisia.

Juan Cruz

Juan Cruz may refer to: Juan Lazo Cruz born 1977, Salvadoran football midfielder Juan Cruz Bolado born 1997, Argentine footballer Juan Cruz footballer, born 1992, Spanish footballer Juan R. Cruz born 1946, Puerto Rican aerospace engineer at the N ...

Decora (rapper)

Lloyd Gregory Sandiford, known professionally as Decora, is an American AfroLatinX hip hop artist, producer, performance poet and social activist based in the Hudson Valley of New York. He initially gained notable recognition as a member of the s ...

Frank Lloyd (disambiguation)

Frank Lloyd, was a British American film director, scriptwriter, producer and actor. Frank Lloyd may also refer to: Frank Lloyd actor 1927/1928-1995, Australian-born actor Frank Eric Lloyd 1909–1992, Rhodesian author Frank Lloyd horn player born ...

William Clifford

William Clifford may refer to: William Clifford Heilman 1877–1946, American composer William Kingdon Clifford 1845–1879, mathematician and philosopher Billy Clifford footballer born 1992, English professional footballer William Clifford cricketer ...

Asterius

Asterius may refer to: Asterius of Caesarea d.262, Christian martyr and saint Flavius Turcius Rufius Apronianus Asterius, Roman consul for 494 Asterius comes Hispanorum, Roman General who defeated the Vandals in Hispania in various battles. Aster ...

Aleksandr Kondakov

Aleksandr Andreyevich Kondakov was a Soviet politician who served as the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Karelo-Finnish Soviet Socialist Republic in 1950.

Tax Сollector (film)

He is a tax collector and sees the future. He is sent to one place where the impossible must be completed and he copes with the task until she appears. He has to make a difficult choice.

Emin

Emin Minaret, the tallest minaret in China Emin County, county in Xinjiang, China Emin Valley, on the borders of China and Kazakhstan Emin or Emil River, in Emin Valley

Gorlin

Mikhail Gorlin, Russian emigre poet Robert J. Gorlin, a professor and researcher at the University of Minnesota Dan Gorlin, computer game programmer, designer and founder of Dan Gorlin Productions Eitan Gorlin, filmmaker, author and actor

Strela

Strela may refer to: A series of Russian-manufactured anti-aircraft missiles The 9K31 Strela-1, a.k.a. SA-9 Gaskin The 9K32 Strela-2, a.k.a. SA-7 Grail The 9K34 Strela-3, a.k.a. SA-14 Gremlin The 9K35 Strela-10, a.k.a. SA-13 Gopher Other Strela s ...

Wedding dress of Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark

The wedding dress of Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark was worn at her wedding to Prince George, Duke of Kent on 29 November 1934. The couple was married first in an Anglican ceremony at Westminster Abbey, followed by a private Greek Orthodox ...

Last Slaughter

In the center of the plot are three miners of different generations who do not have enough money to feed their families, as a result of which they undermine themselves in the mine.

Once Lied

The film tells about an artist who in the past was a rebel and a subverter of the Soviet way of life, and now has everything that a modern person needs.

Sailors Have No Questions

In the center of the plot is Alka Shanina, who is going to enter the theater institute, and the sailor Sanya Fokin, who goes to his native village for a wedding. They meet on the plane, which made an emergency landing due to bad weather, as a res ...

Crush (2009 Russian film)

Crush is a 2009 Russian romance film directed by Pyotr Buslov, Aleksey German Jr., Kirill Serebrennikov, Ivan Vyrypaev and Boris Khlebnikov.

2019–20 Gheorghe Hagi Football Academy teams season

The 2019–20 season is the 11th season in Gheorghe Hagi Football Academy s history. The Gheorghe Hagi Football Academy is a football youth academy based in Ovidiu, Constanța County, which serves as the primary youth clinic of Romanian club Viitoru ...

Lawrence K. Grossman

Lawrence Kugelmass Grossman was a cable television industry executive who served as president of PBS from 1976 to 1984 and headed NBC News from 1985 to 1988.

2020 dismissal of inspectors general

In April and May 2020, United States President Donald Trump dismissed the inspectors general of five cabinet departments in the space of six weeks. The inspectors general removed were Michael K. Atkinson, Intelligence, on April 3; Glenn Fine, Def ...

David Winters

David Winters footballer born 1983, Scottish footballer David J. Winters born 1962, American investor David Winters, American naval officer and technologist who introduced Over the Air Rekeying David Winters, 2004 opponent of John Doolittle in Ca ...

William Hamilton Shortt

William Hamilton Shortt was a railway engineer and noted horologist, responsible for the design of the Shortt-Synchronome free pendulum clock, a widely used time standard, employed internationally in observatories in the period between the two Wo ...

Keith Burns

Keith Burns linebacker born 1972, former professional American football player and coach Keith Burns Australian footballer born 1939, former Australian rules footballer Keith Burns American football coach born 1960, American college football coach

The Jolt (album)

The Jolt is the sole album by Scottish punk/new wave band The Jolt, released in July 1978 by Polydor Records. The album was reissued on CD in 2002 by Captain Mod, a sub-imprint of Captain Oi! Records, and includes the B-sides from The Jolts singl ...

Charles Kennedy (disambiguation)

Charles Rann Kennedy playwright 1871–1950, Anglo-American dramatist Charles Napier Kennedy 1852–1898, British artist Charlie Kennedy saxophonist 1927–2009, big band-era alto saxophonist Charles Kennedy 1947–2005, American comedian, better known a ...

Frank Brennan

Frank Brennan is the name of: Frank Brennan priest born 1954, Australian Jesuit priest, lawyer and academic Frank Brennan politician 1873–1950, Labor member of the Australian House of Representatives from 1911 to 1931 and 1934 to 1949 Frank Brenn ...

Dick Campbell

Dick Campbell may refer to: Dick Campbell American football born 1935, former linebacker in the National Football League Dick Campbell singer-songwriter 1944–2002, US folk rock singer-songwriter and film producer Dick Campbell public servant 1897 ...

John Galbraith

John Galbraith may refer to: John Galbraith Ohio politician born 1923, former member of the Ohio House of Representatives John Kenneth Galbraith 1908–2006, Canadian-American economist John Semple Galbraith 1916–2003, British historian and former ...

Direct Payments to Farmers (Legislative Continuity) Act 2020

The Direct Payments to Farmers Act 2020 is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that makes provision for the continuation of the making farming subsidies to UK farmers. The Act provided for the direct payment schemes under the EU Common ...

Cotter

Cotter may refer to: Mount Cotter, a mountain in California, United States Cotter surname, a surname including a list of people with the name Cotter, Arkansas, United States Cotter farmer, the Scots term for a peasant farmer formerly in the Scott ...

Craig Wright

Craig Wright is the name of: Craig Wright cricketer born 1974, Scottish cricketer J. Craig Wright 1929–2010, American lawyer and judge, justice of the Ohio Supreme Court Craig Steven Wright, Australian computer scientist, Bitcoin cryptocurrency i ...

Fourth Estate (disambiguation)

Fourth Estate is a traditional term for the press; it may also refer to "the mob" or the proletariat. Fourth Estate may also refer to: The Fourth Estate novel, by Jeffrey Archer Fourth Estate of the pre-Union Scottish Parliament, the Shire Commis ...

IBM (disambiguation)

IBM is International Business Machines, an American multinational technology and consulting corporation, with headquarters in Armonk, New York. IBM may also refer to: IBM atoms, a demonstration of the creation of the initials "IBM" using individu ...

Kevin James (disambiguation)

Kevin James is an American actor and comedian. Kevin James may also refer to: Kevin James English footballer born 1980, footballer for Dulwich Hamlet Kevin James bowls born 1984, Welsh lawn bowler Kevin James Scottish footballer born 1975, footba ...

William Cross

William Cross may refer to: William Cross rower 1908–1993, Australian Olympic rower The pseudonym of John Williams convict, transported to Van Diemens Land William Cross rugby union 1851–1890, Scottish rugby union player and referee William E. Cr ...

Andy Thomson

Andy Thomson may refer to: Andy Thomson Scottish footballer born 1971, former Scottish football player for Queen of the South, Southend United, Oxford United, Gillingham, QPR, Partick Thistle, Falkirk and Stenhousemuir Andy Thomson bowls born 195 ...

James May (disambiguation)

James May is an English television presenter and journalist. James or Jim may also refer to: James May footballer 1877–?, Scottish footballer James Vance May 1873–1947, American psychiatrist James May body snatcher, British member of London Burke ...

Robert Thornton

Robert Y. Thornton 1910–2003, American attorney and politician Robert Stirton Thornton 1863–1936, Manitoba politician Robert L. Thornton 1880–1964, American businessman, philanthropist, and mayor of Dallas, Texas