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Massachusetts House of Representatives 23rd Middlesex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 23rd Middlesex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Middlesex County. Democrat Sean Garballey of ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 12th Essex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 12th Essex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Peabody in Essex County. Democrat To ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 3rd Plymouth district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 3rd Plymouth district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers parts of Norfolk County and Plymouth County. Democrat ...

Fred Cook

Fred Cook may refer to: Fred J. Cook 1911–2003, American investigative journalist Fred Cook Welsh footballer 1902–1966, Wales international footballer Fred Cook Australian footballer born 1922 1922–1971, Australian rules footballer who played wit ...

Waldberg

Waldberg Sandberg, a village in Sandberg, Rhon-Grabfeld, Bavaria, Germany Waldberg Demmin, a village in Demmin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany DJK Waldberg, a football club in the village of Waldberg, near Sandberg, Bavaria, Germany Waldberg Ebb ...

Bonito (disambiguation)

Bonito flakes or katsuobushi, flakes of dried, fermented skipjack tuna used in Japanese cuisine Skipjack tuna is often called "bonito", especially in Japanese cuisine; it is also known as arctic bonito or oceanic bonito

Sifton

Sifton may refer to: Places: Rural Municipality of Sifton,a rural municipality in the Virden region of Manitoba, Canada Sifton Park, Edmonton, a neighbourhood in Edmonton, Alberta Sifton, Washington, an unincorporated community Sifton Ranges, a m ...

Land of Freedom

Land of Freedom may refer to: Zalen-gam, meaning "Land of Freedom", proposed state for the Kuki people in eastern Bangladesh, northeastern India, and western Myanmar Azadistan, meaning "Land of Freedom", state in the Iranian province of Azarbaija ...

William Hopper (disambiguation)

William Hopper was an American actor. William or Bill Hopper may also refer to: "bill hopper", a term used in the U.S. House of Representatives William Hopper 1966-2017 of Kingston, Canada, author of The Heathens Guide to World Religions and othe ...

Stephen Jenkins

Stephen Jenkins may refer to: Stephen Jenkins footballer born 1980, English football player Brentford Steven Jenkins born 1978, English cricketer Chad Jenkins Stephen Chadwick Jenkins, born 1987, pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays Stephen Beckett ...

Sincennes

Jacques-Felix Sincennes 1818-1876, businessman and Conservative MP for Richelieu in the Union 1858-1861. He co-founded a shipping company of towing Sincennes MacNaughton-Line and director of the company Richelieu. In 1875, he co-founded the shipp ...

Charles Briggs

Charles Briggs may refer to: Charlie Briggs baseball 1860–1920, baseball player Charles Augustus Briggs 1841–1913, American Hebrew scholar and theologian Charles James Briggs 1865–1941, British Major-General Charlie Briggs One Life to Live Chuck ...

Brooklyn ship

Brooklyn has been the name of several American ships. Three ships of the United States Navy have borne the name Brooklyn, after the New York City borough of Brooklyn. The USS Brooklyn 1858, was a wooden screw sloop commissioned in 1859 and a part ...

Valdemar of Denmark

Valdemar of Denmark is the name of: Valdemar II of Denmark 1170–1241, King along with co-king son Valdemar and Eric Valdemar IV of Denmark 1320–1375, King of Denmark from 1340 to 1375 Valdemar of Denmark bishop 12th-century–1236, illegitimate son ...

Queen Eleanor (painting)

Queen Eleanor is an 1858 oil-on-canvas painting by Pre-Raphaelite artist Frederick Sandys which depicts Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine, the wife of King Henry II of England, on her way to poison her husbands mistress, Rosamund Clifford. The painting ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 9th Middlesex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 9th Middlesex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Middlesex County. Democrat Tom Stanley of Wal ...

Friedrich Springorum

From 1908 to 1921, Friedrich Springorum became general director and sole board member of Hoesch AG. Springorum was also a co-founder of the Society of Friends and Sponsors of RWTH Aachen e. V. ProRWTH, which has been awarding the Springorum comme ...

Zella

Zella-Mehlis, a German town Altzella Abbey, a former monastery near Nossen, Germany Neuzelle a German municipality Zella, Libya Zella/Rhon, a German municipality Zella see, a Roman Catholic titular see in the Roman province of Byzacena in modern ...

Liberal Union

Liberal Union is a name used by several political parties in different countries including the following. Existing parties: Albania - Liberal Union Party Cuba - Cuban Liberal Union Historical parties: Germany - Liberal Union Germany 1880–84 Ottom ...

Kenilworth Square

Kenilworth Square is a Victorian Square developed by various different developers between 1858 and 1879. It is located in the Rathgar area of Dublin, Ireland. St Marys College privately own the green area inside the square which they acquired in ...

Bonis

Bonis or Bonis may refer to: People Francesco De Bonis b. 1982, Italian road bicycle racer Nicolas Bonis b. 1981, French professional footballer soccer player Giambattista Bonis b. 1926, Italian footballer soccer player Desiree Bonis b. 1959, Dut ...

Robert Dixon

Bobby Dixon born 1983, American basketball player Bob Dixon athlete 1907–1941, Canadian athlete Bobby Digital Jamaican producer Bobby Dixon, reggae and dancehall producer Bob Dixon Missouri politician b. 1969, currently serving in the Missouri St ...

Truus Dijkstra

Geertruida Catharina "Truus" de Koning-Dijkstra is a Dutch former long track speed skater, specialized in sprinting. She was active from 1969 to 1976. De Koning-Dijkstra represented her nation at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Berkshire district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Berkshire district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers parts of Berkshire County and Franklin County. Democr ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Berkshire district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Berkshire district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers parts of Berkshire County and Hampden County. Democra ...

Margaret of Saxony

Margaret of Saxony may refer to: Princess Margaretha of Saxony 1840–1858, daughter of John of Saxony and wife of Archduke Karl Ludwig of Austria Margaret of Thuringia Margaret of Saxony; 1449–1501, daughter of William III, Landgrave of Thuringia ...

John Brodie (disambiguation)

John Brodie is an American NFL quarterback. John Brodie may also refer to: John Brodie 1905–1955, New Zealand writer who wrote as John Guthrie John Brodie footballer, born 1947, English footballer John Brodie footballer, died 1901, Scottish footb ...

Doljani

Doljani Konjic, in the Konjic municipality Doljani, Bihac, village in the Bihac municipality Doljani Jablanica, in Jablanica municipality Doljani, Hadzici, village in the Hadzici municipality Doljani, Čapljina, village in the Čapljina municipality

Patriarch Callinicus

Patriarch Callinicus may refer to: Kalinik I, Serbian Patriarch in 1691–1710 Callinicus III of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch in 1726 Callinicus I of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch in 693–705 Kalinik II, Serbian Patriarch in 1765–1766 ...

Zoltan Szabo

Zoltan Szabo may refer to: Zoltan Szabo footballer, born 1980, Hungarian football player Zoltan Szabo surgeon 1929–2015, Hungarian cardiac surgeon Zoltan Szabo serial killer, Hungarian serial killer Zoltan Szabo mathematician born 1965, Hungarian ...

Teofan Zivkovic

Teofan Zivkovic was the Bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Gornji Karlovac from 1874 to 1890.

Results of the 1932 Swedish general election

Clerical Peoples Party, albeit a separate party, received 8.911 votes or 0.4% of the vote share, but had the votes reassigned to the General Electoral League as a result of them forfeiting their votes out of tactical purposes and were listed as E ...

Van Hien

Nguyễn Van Hiến born 1954, Admiral, and Vice Minister of Defense in Vietnam Henry van Hien 1857 or 1858 - 1928, Gold Coast British colony merchant, politician, and nationalist leader

Massachusetts House of Representatives 9th Norfolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 9th Norfolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Norfolk County. Republican Shawn Dooley of Norf ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 1st Hampden district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 1st Hampden district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers parts of Hampden County, Hampshire County, and Worceste ...

William McPherson

William McPherson may refer to: William Murray McPherson 1865–1932, Australian philanthropist and politician William Macpherson judge born 1926, judge of the High Court of England and Wales and chair of the enquiry into the murder of Stephen Lawr ...

Modern Democrats

The Modern Democrats were a political organization in Tampa, Florida. In 1935, members were arrested at a meeting and interrogated by police. Members of the group were then kidnapped outside the police station, beaten, tarred and feathered. Josep ...

Morgen (disambiguation)

Morgen is an old Dutch and German unit of measurement. In German, "Morgen" and in Dutch "morgen" means "morning" or "tomorrow". Morgen may also refer to:

Massachusetts Senates 1st Essex district

Massachusetts Senates 1st Essex district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers 23.0% of Essex county population. Democrat Diana DiZoglio of Methuen has represented the district since 2019.

Massachusetts House of Representatives 1st Essex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 1st Essex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Essex County. Republican James Kelcourse of Amesb ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 18th Essex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 18th Essex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers parts of Essex County and Middlesex County. Democrat Tra ...

Massachusetts Senates 2nd Suffolk district

Massachusetts Senates 2nd Suffolk district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers portions of Suffolk county. Democrat Sonia Chang-Diaz of Jamaica Plain has represented the district since 2009.

Massachusetts Senates 2nd Middlesex district

Massachusetts Senates 2nd Middlesex district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers portions of Middlesex county. Democrat Pat Jehlen of Somerville has represented the district since 2015.

Massachusetts Senates 2nd Essex district

Massachusetts Senates 2nd Essex district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers portions of Essex county. Democrat Joan Lovely of Salem has represented the district since 2013.

Massachusetts Senates 1st Suffolk district

Massachusetts Senates 1st Suffolk district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers portions of Suffolk county. Democrat Nick Collins of South Boston has represented the district since 2019. A ...

Massachusetts Senates 4th Middlesex district

Massachusetts Senates 4th Middlesex district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers portions of Middlesex county. Democrat Cindy Friedman of Arlington has represented the district since 2017.

Massachusetts Senates 3rd Essex district

Massachusetts Senates 3rd Essex district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers portions of Essex county. Democrat Brendan Crighton of Lynn has represented the district since 2018.

Massachusetts Senates 5th Middlesex district

Massachusetts Senates 5th Middlesex district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers portions of Middlesex county. Democrat Jason Lewis of Winchester has represented the district since 2014.

Massachusetts Senates 1st Middlesex district

Massachusetts Senates 1st Middlesex district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers portions of Middlesex county. Democrat Ed Kennedy of Lowell has represented the district since 2019.

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Essex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Essex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Essex County. Republican Brad Hill of Ipswich has ...