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Raymond Garfield Dandridge

Raymond Garfield Dandridge was an American poet who was born and lived in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1911 he was partially paralyzed, leaving him bedridden for the rest of his life, and subsequently taught himself to write with his left hand. He publis ...

Outing (disambiguation)

Outing is the act of disclosing a persons sexual orientation without their consent. Outing may also refer to: Excursion, a trip by a group of people, usually made for leisure, education, or physical purposes Doxing, revealing a persons identity

Jojo Rabbit (soundtrack)

The digital original motion picture soundtrack for Jojo Rabbit was released in 2019 by Fox Music/Hollywood Records/Universal Music Canada. The original score was composed by Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino, with three compositions includ ...

Veer (disambiguation)

The Veer is an option running play often associated with option offenses in American football. Veer may also refer to: Veer 1995 film, an Indian film Veer-Zaara, a 2004 Bollywood film starring Shahrukh Khan and Preity Zinta Veer Towers, condomini ...

Diego Martinez

Diego Martinez may refer to: Diego Martinez Macarro born 1989, Spanish footballer Diego Martinez footballer, born 1992, Argentine footballer Diego Martinez footballer, born 1981, Mexican footballer Diego German Martinez born 1981, Uruguayan footb ...

Louis-Placide Blacher

Louis Placide Blacher was a French colonial official. He was governor of Niger, Dahomey, French Somaliland and Guinea. Blacher came from Martinique and had African ancestors. In 1905 he began to work for the French colonial administration in Mada ...

Liberato Tosti

Liberato Tosti was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who served in the diplomatic service of the Holy See. He became an archbishop in 1946 and led the offices representing the Holy See in Paraguay, Nicaragua, and Honduras.

Piedrabuena (disambiguation)

Piedrabuena may refer to: ARA Piedrabuena D-29, an Argentine Navy destroyer of the 1970s and 1980s, formerly USS Collett, an Allen M. Sumner class destroyer Comandante Luis Piedrabuena, a town in Santa Cruz Province, Argentina Luis Piedrabuena 18 ...

Riachuelo

Riachuelo, Uruguay a Populated Centre in Colonia Department

Adelante

Operacion Triunfo 2006: Adelante, an album from Operacion Triunfo "Adelante", a 2000 song by the American band Che Adelante, an album by the Chilean band Quilapayun "Adelante" Operacion Triunfo song, a song from Operacion Triunfo fifth series 200 ...

Cary Baynes

Cary Baynes, born Cary Fink was an American Jungian psychologist and translator. She translated several works by Jung, as well as Richard Wilhelms version of the I Ching.

Lhotka

Lhotka Melnik District Komorni Lhotka Lhotka Beroun District Lhotka u Litultovic Lhotka nad Labem Lhotka Prague, a cadastral area in Prague Ostrovec-Lhotka Lhotka u Radnic Lhotka Zdar nad Sazavou District Lhotka Frydek-Mistek District Lhotka Peer ...

Ellen (disambiguation)

River Ellen, Cumbria, England Mount Ellen Vermont, in the Green Mountains 2735 Ellen, an asteroid Lake Ellen Wisconsin Mount Ellen Utah Ellen Glacier, Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica Port Ellen, Argyll, Scotland Lake Ellen Minnesota Ellen Street, ...

Doric

Doric may refer to: Doric, of or relating to the Dorians of ancient Greece Doric Greek, the dialects of the Dorians Doric Park, a park in Liverpool, England Doric Lease Corp was the former name of Amedeo, a German aircraft leasing and investment ...

RUH

Ruh or RUH may refer to: Rūh, an Arabic word meaning soul Royal University Hospital, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Royal United Hospital in Bath, England King Khalid International Airport near Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Ruga language, a moribund T ...

Pulayanarkotta

The Pulayanarkotta region was ruled by a dynasty belonging to the Pulaya community is said to be and Pulayanarkotta is also famous with a story about the Kalipulayan who the last Pulaya king of Pulayanarkotta and his clan which is not added in th ...

North Wall

North Wall or Northwall may refer to: North Wall railway station, a freight yard complex and former railway station in Dublin, Ireland Northwall Firn, a glacier now split in two, North Wall, Dublin, an inner city area in Ireland Northwall, a site ...

Jee

Rupert Jee born 1956, American entrepreneur and television celebrity Joseph Jee 1819–1899, English surgeon Martha Jee, also known as Martha Wong 1939–, Texas politician Joe Jee 1883–1919, English football player

Creal

Creal may refer to: C-Real rapper born 1984, Ghanaian entertainer Edward W. Creal 1883–1943, US Representative from Kentucky Cecil O. Creal 1899–1986, mayor of Ann Arbor, Michigan CREAL, a Swiss company developing light-field display for virtual ...

Ashland

Historic sites Ashland Plantation in Darrow, Louisiana Ashland Henry Clay estate, a historic site in Lexington, Kentucky, and the source of the name of several other Ashlands Ashland Ashland, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina A ...

Dogfish

Spiny dogfish Squalus acanthias, best known species of dogfish sharks Dogfish sharks Squalidae, a family of sharks Chain dogfish Scyluoirrhinus reteiter, a bioflourescent species common to the West Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico Greater spotted dogf ...

Cloakmaker

A Cloak maker worked in the garment industry, often in an enterprise whose workers were represented by a union. In the 1920s, there were more than 50.000 people employed as cloakmakers. Much of this industry was centered in NYC. While most of the ...

Carlos Vargas

Carlos Vargas may refer to: Carlos Vargas singer born 1984, American Dominican bachata singer, also known as Circharles. Previously part of Latin bachata duo Carlos & Alejandra Carlos Cortes Vargas 1883–1954, Colombian general Carlos Vargas baseb ...

Amum-Her-Khepesh-Ef

Not to be confused with Amun-her-khepeshef, a son of Ramesses II, Amun-her-khepeshef, a son of Ramesses III, Ramesses VI Amun-her-khepeshef and Amenherkhepshef, a son of Ramesses VI. Amum-Her-Khepesh-Ef was the supposed son of Pharaoh Sen Woset a ...

Allendale

Allendale, Michigan, census-designated place Allendale, Muscogee County, Georgia, unincorporated community Allendale, Illinois, village Allendale, South Carolina, town The former name of Kissimmee, Florida, before its incorporation in 1883 Allend ...

Saint Blaise (disambiguation)

In Canada: Saint-Blaise-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, a municipality in the province of Quebec In France: LHopital-Saint-Blaise, a village and commune in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques departement of southwestern France Lentillac-Saint-Blaise, a village and c ...

Hamond

Hamond may refer to: People Anthony Hamond died 1743 of South Wootton, near Kings Lynn, Norfolk, husband of the sister of Sir Robert Walpole, KG Andrew Hamond disambiguation, more than one person Graham Hamond disambiguation, more than one person ...

Lord Napier and Ettrick v Hunter

Lord Napier and Ettrick v Hunter AC 713 was a judicial decision of House of Lords relating to the right of subrogation where an insurer pays with respect to an insured risk and the assured later recovers damages from a third party with respect to ...

Mandinka

the Mandingo people of Sierra Leone the Mandinka language the Mandinka people of West Africa Madinkhaya, an eastern variant of the Syriac alphabet. Mandingo Wars 1883–1898, series of armed conflicts between France and the Wassoulou Empire of the ...

Douglas Ross

Douglas Ross may refer to: Doug Ross ice hockey born 1951, American Olympic ice hockey player and coach Doug Ross, fictional character from the television series ER Douglas Ross Canadian politician 1883–1961, Canadian politician Douglas Ross phys ...

Wildwood Cemetery (Pennsylvania)

Wildwood Cemetery is a cemetery located in Loyalsock Township, Pennsylvania just north of the city of Williamsport. Established in 1863 as the main cemetery for Williamsport and its surrounding communities. The cemetery is nestled in an area of r ...

The Bathers

The Bathers ", or in French Les Baigneuses ", can refer to the following artworks: A painting by Paul Gauguin in 1898 The Bathers Cezanne, by Paul Cezanne, who has a number of paintings with this title The Bathers Renoir, another painting by Pier ...

Also sprach Zarathustra (disambiguation)

Also sprach Zarathustra is an 1896 tone poem by Richard Strauss. Also sprach Zarathustra may also refer to: Thus Spoke Zarathustra, a book by Friedrich Nietzsche, published from 1883 to 1885.

Redesdale railway line

The Redesdale railway line was a branch railway line off the Melbourne–Murray River line in Australia. The line was conceived in the Railway Construction Act 1884, which was known as the Octopus Act for its profligacy. The line never paid. The li ...

Belgrade Central Station

Belgrade Central Station may refer to: Belgrade Main railway station 1884‒2018 Zeleznicka stanica Beograd–Glavna / Железничка станица Београд–Главна, the former centrally located main railway station in Belgrade, closed July 2018 Belgrade Centre ...

Against the Grain

Against the Grain radio program, an American syndicated political commentary program hosted by C. S. Soong Against the Grain TV series, a 1993 American drama series with Ben Affleck "Against the Grain", a regular segment on The Dan Patrick Show

SDF

SQL Server Compact Edition Database File, extension Syntax Definition Formalism, to describe formal languages Scientific Data Format, an implementation of the HDF5 standard Spatial Data File, a geodatabase file format Software development folder ...

Oliphant

Olyphant, Pennsylvania, a borough Oliphant, Ontario, Canada, a community Oliphant Islands, South Orkney Islands Olifants River Southern Cape, South Africa Olifants River Western Cape, South Africa Olifants Water Management Area, South Africa Olif ...

Xinjiang (disambiguation)

Xinjiang, officially the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, is a province-level administrative autonomous region of China. Xinjiang may also refer to: Xinjiang 新疆星, Minor planet 2336 in List of minor planets Xinjiang historical area 新疆 Uyghu ...

Redwing (disambiguation)

AEA Red Wing, a pioneer aircraft designed by Thomas Selfridge in 1908 and flown by F. W. Baldwin Krasniye Krylya, known in English as "Red Wings", a Russian aircraft manufacturer Red Wings Airlines, a Russian airline formerly known as Airlines 400

Leonine

Leonine Prayers, a set of prayers that from 1884 to early 1965 were prescribed by the Popes for recitation after Low Mass Leonine verse, a type of versification based on internal rhyme, and commonly used in Latin verse of the European Middle Ages ...

Matthew Hall

Matthew Hall may refer to: Matthew Hall boxer born 1984, English professional boxer Matthew Hall writer born 1967, English screenwriter and novelist Matthew Hall, the real name of the British comedian Harry Hill Matthew Hall figure skater born 19 ...

Wormley

Wormley, Hertfordshire, a village in the Borough of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, England Sykehouse#Wormley_Hill, a hamlet in the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England Wormley, Surrey, a village in Surrey, England

Bernardo B. Delom

Bernardo Berenger Delom was an Argentine socialist politician and organizer of cooperative movements. He was born on August 19, 1884. He was an electrician by profession. He served as treasurer of the Socialist Party, and he represented the party ...

Order of the Holy Cross (disambiguation)

Order of the Holy Cross refers to several institutions by that name: Order of the Holy Cross OHC an Anglican Benedictine community founded in 1884, based in New York state Crosiers, a group of similar Catholic orders, including Canons Regular of ...

Shaun Glenville

Shaun Glenville was an Irish actor who specialised in pantomime performances - he would play the dame while his wife Dorothy Ward would play the principal boy. The music hall historian Christopher Pulling called him one of the grand comedians of ...

St Gregorys School

St Gregorys School may refer to: St Gregorys School in Lagos, Nigeria, founded in 1884 by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos St Gregorys School in St. Nazianz, Wisconsin, founded in 1884 by St. Gregorys Church St. Nazianz, Wisconsin St Grego ...

Yram

Marcel Forhan was an electrical engineer, specialized in the electrical installations of trams and TSF stations and an occultist writer. He owes his notoriety to a metaphysical trilogy published in many countries. His books relate experiences liv ...

Rajendra Prasad (disambiguation)

Rajendra Prasad was the first President of India. Rajendra Prasad may also refer to: V. B. Rajendra Prasad 1932–2015, Indian film producer from Andhra Pradesh Rajendra Prasad Shukla 1930–2006, politician from Madhya Pradesh Rajendra Prasad actor ...

Irish Amateur Athletic Association

The Irish Amateur Athletic Association or IAAA was a governing body for athletic sports in Ireland between 1885 and 1923. The IAAA was formed as the Irish offshoot of the English Amateur Athletic Association in 1885. This was partially in reactio ...