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Yellow River (disambiguation)

The Yellow River is the second longest river in China. Yellow River may also refer to: The Yellow River languages of Papua New Guinea Yellow River County Leitrim, Ireland Xar Moron, a river in northeastern China Yellow River Papua New Guinea Yell ...

Stoa (disambiguation)

Ryan Stoa born 1987, an American professional ice hockey player Johan Stoa sportsperson 1900–1991, a Norwegian competitor in multiple sports Johan Stoa politician 1913–1973, a Norwegian politician

Scottish council

Scottish council may refer to: Scottish Funding Council, the body in Scotland that distributes funding from the Scottish Executive to the countrys colleges and universities Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations, the national body represent ...

2020 Davis Cup World Group I

The 2020 Davis Cup World Group I will be held on 18–19 September. The twelve winning teams from the World Group I will play at the Qualifying round and the twelve losing teams will play at the World Group I Play-offs in 2021.

2020 Davis Cup World Group II

The 2020 Davis Cup World Group II will be held on 17–18 July or 18–19 September. The twelve winning teams from the World Group II will play at the World Group I Play-offs and the twelve losing teams will play at the World Group II Play-offs in 2021.

John Bunting

John Bunting may refer to: John Bunting American football born 1950, former head football coach at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and former NFL player Jack Bunting John Baden Bunting, 1900–1951, English football goalkeeper John ...

To Have and to Hold (disambiguation)

To Have and to Hold is a 1900 novel by American author Mary Johnston. To Have and to Hold or To Have & to Hold may also refer to: To Have and to Hold 2004 novel, the American title for Spellbound by Jane Green To Have and to Hold 1916 film To Hav ...

International Rights Advocates v. Apple, Microsoft, Dell, Tesla

The International Rights Advocates groups represented by Terrance Collingsworth has filed a class complaint for injunctive relief and damages class-action lawsuit against Apple, Microsoft, Dell, and Tesla. The case was filed on December 15, 2019, ...

George Sealy

George Sealy was a Galveston businessman born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He moved to Texas in 1857 to join his brother, and worked at Ball, Hutchings and Company in Galveston. During the Civil War, he served as a private in the Confederate Ar ...

Strike Up the Band

Strike Up the Band may refer to: "Strike Up the Band" song, a song from the musical Strike! Up the Band, an album by The Scaramanga Six Strike Up the Band film, a 1940 musical film starring Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney Strike Up the Band Tony B ...

Hollin Well and Annesley railway station

Hollin Well and Annesley railway station is a former station on the Great Central Railway on the section from Nottingham Victoria to Sheffield Victoria. The station was opened in November 1901 and closed in September 1962. It was one of the earli ...

John Duncan Tate

He was articled to James Edmeston and Edward Gabriel from 1898 to 1901, and then assistant to James Edwin Forbes in Birmingham. In 1902 he became assistant to C.E. MacPherson where he remained until 1905 when he established the partnership of For ...

Good Hope

It is the name of several places worldwide: Good Hope, Botswana Good Hope, Dominica Good Hope School, Hong Kong Goodhope, Buffalo City, a village in Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality, Eastern Cape, South Africa Cape of Good Hope, South Afric ...

Tatul (disambiguation)

Tatul, Armenia Թաթուլ, a village in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia Tatul Island, a triangular ice-free island off the north coast of Robert Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica Tatul Татул, a village in Momchilgrad municipality, K ...

Ingvar Garell

Garell represented the Swedish Davis Cup team in 1926, 1927 and 1928. His first match in 1926 was during the Europe Zone quarterfinal against South Africa at the Melbury Lawn Tennis Club in Kensington, England, where he and his teammate, Sune Mal ...

Billy Martin (disambiguation)

William E. Martin 1945–2016, American songwriter, screenwriter, and voice actor Billy Martin percussionist born 1963, drummer for jazz trio Medeski Martin & Wood Bill Martin songwriter 1938- 2020, Scottish songwriter Billy Martin guitarist born 1 ...

1901 New Hampshire football team

The 1901 New Hampshire football team was an American football team that represented New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts during the 1901 college football season - the school became the University of New Hampshire in 1923. Th ...

Platt

Leggett & Platt, manufacturing company Platt Music, an American music retailer Low German, in German known as "Plattdeutsch", "Plattduutsch", "Platt" Platt Island, an archaeological site near Miles City, Florida Platt Brothers, manufacturers of t ...

Kaio

Kaio is a Japanese surname. Kaio may also refer to: In fiction: The Kaiō-shin, upper-level gods of the fictional Dragon Ball universe Michiru Kaioh, a central character of the Sailor Moon meta-series The Kaiō, gods of the fictional Dragon Ball un ...

Paul I

Paul I may refer to: Paul I, Serbian Patriarch, Archbishop of Pec and Serbian Patriarch c. 1530–1541 Paul Peter Massad 1806–1890, Maronite Patriarch of Antioch Paul I of Constantinople died c. 350, Archbishop of Constantinople Pavle, Serbian Patr ...

Laszlo Horvath

Laszlo Horvath footballer, born 1901, Hungarian footballer, was league top scorer with Ferencvaros Laszlo Horvath modern pentathlete born 1946, Hungarian pentathlete Laszlo Horvath footballer, born 1944, Hungarian footballer, played the 1965 Inte ...

Indian Tolls (Army & Air Force) Act, 1901

The Indian Tolls Act, 1901 is a Law enacted by the Parliament of India and introduced by the Ministry of Defence to deal with exemption of toll charges where applicable for regular armed forces including all family members of Indian Armed Forces ...

United French Polishers Society

The union was founded in 1901, and appears to have largely consisted of members who split away from the Amalgamated Society of French Polishers of Great Britain and Ireland. Initially, it had 1.478 members based in ten branches, all in London. In ...

Ian Fraser

Ian Fraser may refer to: Ian Fraser naturalist born 1951, Australian naturalist Ian Fraser, Baron Fraser of Lonsdale 1897–1974, British politician and businessman Ian Fraser Royal Navy pilot 1921–2015, Royal Navy officer and diplomat Sir Ian Fras ...

Ernesto Ganelli

Born in Alessandria, Ganelli graduated in civil engineering at the Sapienza University of Rome in 1924. He moved to Grosseto, Tuscany, where he became one of the most influential civil engineers and architects of that city. In his career he desig ...

Alexander Robinson (disambiguation)

Alexander Robinson was a boxer, Ulster loyalist paramilitary and Ulster Special Constabulary reservist. Alexander Robinson may also refer to: Alexander Robinson cricketer, born 1924 1924–2012, Australian cricketer Alex Robinson footballer 1886–19 ...

Elisabeth of Luxembourg (disambiguation)

Elisabeth of Luxembourg was queen consort of Germany, Hungary and Bohemia. Elisabeth or Elizabeth of Luxembourg may also refer to: Princess Elisabeth of Luxembourg 1901–1950, daughter of Grand Duke Wilhelm IV, wife of Prince Ludwig Philipp of Thu ...

Emanuel Scherer

Emanuel Scherer graduated from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, and became active in the Bund youth movement there. Later he moved to Warsaw, where he continued to be an active politician in the Bund party, in 1935 joining its Central Commi ...

MgNet

The MgNet is an abstract and unified mathematical framework which simultaneously recovers some residual neural network type convolutional neural networks and multigrid methods for solving discretized partial differential equations. As a CNN model ...

Images (disambiguation)

Images Lucio Battisti album, 1977 Images Ralph Moore album, 1989 Images – The Best of Jean-Michel Jarre, 1991 Images Brotherhood of Man album, 1977 Images The Walker Brothers album, 1967 Images Kenny Barron album, 2004 Images EP, 1993 extended-pl ...

National Federation of Ports and Docks

The National Federation of Ports and Docks is a trade union representing dockers in France. The union was founded in 1901, to represent dockers, stevedores, charcoal burners, and other port employees, and it affiliated to the General Confederatio ...

Mayor Brown

Mayor Brown may refer to numerous mayors: Daniel Brown politician, acting mayor of Knoxville, Tennessee Michael Brown mayor, mayor of Grand Forks, North Dakota Jerry Brown, former mayor of Oakland, CA and former California governor Darius A. Brow ...

Sale (chain store)

Sale is a grocery shop chain in the Finland. It is owned by S Group. Chain was founded in 1989, when the S Group had begun to consolidate its stores under national chains. Initially, the chain was called S-ale. Before that, Sales replaced the for ...

James Ellison

James Ellison may refer to: James Ellison motorcyclist born 1980, English motorcycle racer James O. Ellison 1929–2014, U.S. federal judge Jim Ellison 1964–1996, American singer Jim Ellison, fictional character from The Sentinel James Ellison acto ...

Kosmo, Utah

Kosmo is a ghost town in Box Elder County, Utah. The town was built in two parts, with the east end built in 1901 to serve as a rail spur of the First Transcontinental Railroad for the ranchers in the area. The western part of the town was constr ...

Walter Hamilton (airline executive)

Walter Andrew Hamilton was a pioneer in the airline industry. Hamilton was a co-founder of Standard Air Lines and through a series of airline mergers became one of the "Three Musketeers" running Trans World Airlines.

Instructor

Instructor may refer to: In education: physical training instructor flight instructor A teacher, or professor, of a specialised subject that involves skill drill instructor In print media: Juvenile Instructor, the official periodical of The Churc ...

Marian Tobin

Marian Tobin ran a safe house in Ireland during the Irish War of Independence and was known particularly for sheltering Dan Breen and Sean Treacy after the Soloheadbeg ambush, the incident which sparked the war.

Op. 17

In music, Op. 17 stands for Opus number 17. Some compositions assigned this number: Chopins Mazurkas, Op. 17, a set composed of four mazurkas Richard Strausss Six songs for high voice and piano, Op. 17 "Das Geheimnis" Du fragst mich, Madchen "Nur ...

Frank Cooper

Frank Cooper may refer to: Franklin S. Cooper 1908–1999, American physicist, inventor, and speech researcher Frank Irving Cooper 1867–1933, American architect Frank Cooper III born 1960s, business executive, global Chief Marketing Officer for Pep ...

Lady Kintore Cottages

Lady Kintore Cottage Homes was a charitable organisation and housing development founded in the 1890s depression in Adelaide, South Australia. It was named for Lady Kintore, nee Sydney Charlotte Montagu, wife of Lord Kintore, Governor of SA 1889– ...

Port Pirie railway station

Port Pirie railway station may refer to one of the following railway stations in Port Pirie, South Australia: Port Pirie railway station Ellen Street in central Port Pirie – from 1902 to 1967 Port Pirie Junction railway station, in the Port Pirie ...

Snow Hill

Snow Hill, Snowhill, or Snowshill may refer to: Antarctica and Australia Snow Hill Island, Antarctica, where the Swedish Antarctic Expedition explorers over-wintered in 1902 Snow Hill, a peak near Avoca, Tasmania UK Birmingham Snow Hill railway s ...

Pecora (disambiguation)

Pecora may refer to: Coda di Pecora, a grape variety Pecora, a group of hoofed mammals that comprises most of the ruminants An occasional spelling of the Pechora River Pecora Escarpment, Antarctica

Transport Federation

The Transport Federation is a trade union representing transport workers in France. The federation was established in 1902, and affiliated to the General Confederation of Labour CGT. By 1946, the union claimed 100.000 members, although it suffere ...

Bob White

Bob White offensive lineman born 1963, American football center Bob W. White active since 1998, Canadian associate professor of social anthropology Bob White politician, a candidate in the Republican primary for the 2018 Florida Gubernatorial Ele ...

Chris Butler

Chris Butler may refer to: Chris A. Butler 1952–1994, American set decorator Chris Butler ice hockey born 1986, ice hockey player Chris Butler actor, portrayed the Cousin in Torchwood and Matan Brody in The Good Wife Chris Butler guru, founder of ...

Ghulam Hassan

Ghulam Hassan is a male Muslim given name. It may refer to Ghulam Hassan Pinglana 1939–1998, Indian politician, Jammu and Kashmir Ghulam Hassan Safi 1902–1984, Afghan politician and diplomat Ghulam Hassan Sofi 1932–2009, singer and harmonium play ...

Legislature of Salta

The Legislature of Salta is the local legislature of the Argentinian province of Salta. It is a bicameral body, comprising the Chamber of Deputies of Salta, and the Senate of Salta. It is one of eight bicameral legislatures in the country. It is ...

Municipal Market of São Felix

The Municipal Market of São Felix is a public market in São Felix, Bahia, Brazil. The building is protected as a historic structure by the state of Bahia. An open-air market takes place in front of the market on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.