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Model School

Model School can refer to: Laboratory school, an elementary or secondary school operated by a teacher education institution and used for the training of future teachers. Schools Govt. Model Higher Secondary School, a school in Thiruvananthapuram, ...

Blacksmith (disambiguation)

Blacksmith Creek, a river in Kansas, United States Blacksmith Run, a stream in Pennsylvania Blacksmiths, New South Wales, a suburb of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia

Shahabi (surname)

Shahabi is a Persian language surname. Notable people with the name include: Saeeid Shahabi born 1954 Bahraini political activist and journalist Cyrus Shahabi fl. 1989–2014, Iranian-American computer scientist Reza Shahabi fl. 2010–2012, Iranian ...

Craig Brown

Craig Brown may refer to: Craig Brown footballer, born 1893 1893–?, Scottish footballer Craig Brown footballer, born 1940, Scottish footballer and manager Craig Brown curler born 1975, American curler Craig Brown canoeist born 1971, British slalo ...

Musgrave

Musgrave, Durban, a suburb of Durban that is part of Berea

Ruth Hiller

Ruth Hiller was a German long track speed skater. She lived in Berlin Hiller represented her nation at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women in 1937 in Davos, Switzerland and in 1938 in Oslo, Norway. In 1937 finished 6th in the ...

Hans Hansson

Hans Hansson skier 1919–2003, Swedish alpine skier Hans Hansson ice hockey born 1949, Swedish ice hockey player Hans Hansson wrestler 1901–1971, Swedish wrestler

Ariyavangsagatayana

Ariyavangsagatayana or Ariyavongsagatanana may refer to: Ariyavangsagatayana Yoo Ñānodayo Ariyavangsagatayana V, 15th Supreme Patriarch of Thailand r. 1963–1965 Ariyavangsagatayana Vasana Vāsano Ariyavangsagatayana VIII 18th Supreme Patriarch of ...

William Y. Pemberton

William Y. Pemberton – August 26, 1922) was the Chief Justice of the Montana Supreme Court from 1893 until 1899, succeeding Judge Henry N. Blake.

Kroeber M4

The Kroeber M4 Koller was a 2-stroke air-cooled horizontally-opposed piston engine designed and built by Dr. Kroeber & Sohn G.m.b.H. in Germany in the late 1930s. The M4 proved relatively popular, for powering the ultra-light aircraft and motor-g ...

Philip Morris

Altria, a conglomerate company previously known as Philip Morris Companies Inc., named after the tobacconist Philip Morris International, a tobacco company that spun off from Altria Group in 2008 Philip Morris USA, a tobacco company wholly owned ...

The Hidden Scar

The Hidden Scar is a 1916 silent film directed by Barry ONeil and starring Ethel Clayton and Holbrook Blinn. It was distributed by the World Film Company. The film is preserved incomplete in the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. and National ...

Going Some

Going Some is a lost 1920 silent film directed by Harry Beaumont. It stars Cullen Landis, Helen Ferguson, Kenneth Harlan and Lillian Hall. It was released by Goldwyn Pictures.

The Weakness of Man

The Weakness of Man is a lost 1916 silent film drama directed by Barry ONeil. It stars Holbrook Blinn and is based on a story The Living Corpse by Leo Tolstoy. It was produced by William A. Brady and distributed by World Film Company.

Rakoczi Square Market Hall, Budapest

The Rakoczi Square Market Hall or Market Hall II is one of the great Budapest market halls built during the monarchy. It was originally opened in 1894 and has been operating in its present form since 1991. This institution was named after the new ...

Southwell

Southwell may refer to: Southwell surname Southwell Minster, historic cathedral Southwell, Dorset, a village Southwell, assumed name of Nathaniel Bacon Jesuit Southwell Rural District, a rural district in Nottinghamshire, England from 1894 to 197 ...

Wood nymph

Wood nymph is another term for a dryad in Ancient Greek mythology. The term has also been applied to various animals: Woodnymphs Thalurania, a hummingbird genus from tropical America Cercyonis North American wood-nymphs, a brush-footed butterfly ...

Connaught Hospital, Walthamstow

The Connaught Hospital was a health facility in Walthamstow, London. The building which was used as the main entrance block remains a Grade II listed building.

Ohio History Center

The Ohio History Connection operates dozens of state historic sites across Ohio. Its headquarters is the 250.000-square-foot 23.000 m² Ohio History Center in Columbus, Ohio, a Brutalist concrete structure. Extensive exhibits cover Ohios history f ...

Planer

The term planer may refer to several types of carpentry tools, woodworking machines or metalworking machine tools. Jointer North America or planer UK and Australia: a woodworking machine for making flat surfaces and straight edges on boards Plane ...

James Peterson

James or Jim Peterson may refer to: James Hardin Peterson 1894–1978, U.S. Representative from Florida Jim Peterson baseball 1908–1975, American baseball player Jim Peterson South Dakota politician born 1943, South Dakota state senator James D. Pe ...

Ignacio Fernandez

Ignacio Fernandez may refer to: Ignacio Fernandez Toxo born 1952, Spanish activist, currently General Secretary of the Workers Commissions Union CCOO Carlos Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe born 1974, Argentine rugby union player Ignacio Fernandez footbal ...

Franz Sauer

Born in the Bielitz-Bialaer Sprachinsel in Austrian Silesia, Sauer learned music from his father at a very early age. He began with violin and piano and found his way to organ at the age of ten. He continued his education in Ziegenhals at the tea ...

National Progressive Party

National Progressive Party may refer to: National Progressive Party Montserrat, founded before 1991 National Progressive Party Panama, 1959–1968 National Progressive Party New South Wales, Australia, 1913 National Progressive Party Sint Maarten, ...

VD

The Vampire Diaries Vicious Delite, a metal band featuring Ratts Stephen Pearcy Ivan Vdovic 1960–1992, Serbian drummer Veni Domine, a Swedish metal band

Viceroy (disambiguation)

Icon Brickell, a skyscraper complex in Miami, Florida, USA has a building known as Viceroy Viceroy, Saskatchewan, a small hamlet located in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan

Lut (disambiguation)

Lut may refer to: LUT on Vsauce Lut Lowlet, a village in Sari County, Mazandaran Province, Iran Lut, a small tributary of the Danube in Mehedinți County, Romania Lut, Iran, a village in Amol County, Mazandaran Province Lut, a prophet mentioned in ...

Gallic

Gallic is an adjective that may describe: Frankish Gaul 5th to 8th centuries pertaining to the Gauls A Latinism for France, the French people, and their customs Roman Gaul 1st century BC to 5th century ancient Gaul Latin: Gallia, roughly correspo ...

Barbershop

Barbershop soundtrack, a soundtrack album from the film Barbershop film, a 2002 American comedy film directed by Tim Story Barbershop franchise, an American comedy film franchise Barbershop: The Next Cut, a 2016 American comedy film directed by M ...

Holonomic

Holonomic constraints, which are expressible as a function of the coordinates x j {\displaystyle x_{j}\,\!} and time t {\displaystyle t\,\!} Holonomic module in the theory of D-modules Holonomic function, a smooth function that is a solution of a ...

K5

Gasherbrum I, the 11th highest mountain peak in the world K-5 Kansas highway, a state highway in Kansas K5 Plan, vast defensive belt along the Cambodian-Thai border

Cooper House

Cooper House, Cooper Farmhouse, or Cooper Farm may refer to in the United States by state then city Bartlett Cooper House, Honolulu, Hawaii, listed on the NRHP in Hawaii A. S. Cooper Farm, Brownwood, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in North Ca ...

Jozsef Szabo (disambiguation)

Jozsef Szabo is a Hungarian Olympic swimmer. Jozsef Szabo or Joseph Szabo may also refer to: Jozsef Szabo footballer, born 1896 1896–1973, Hungarian football player Jozsef Szabo footballer, born 1956 born 1956, Hungarian football player Joseph Sz ...

Barnes

Barnes Ice Cap, on Baffin Island, Canada Barnes, New South Wales, Australia

Sursum Corda (disambiguation)

Sursum corda is the opening dialogue to the Preface of the Eucharistic Prayer or Anaphora in the liturgies of the Christian Church. Sursum Corda may also refer to: Sursum Corda, a co-educational social service organization at Loyola Marymount Uni ...

Takeshi Mori

Takeshi Mori may refer to: Takeshi Mori voice actor, Japanese voice actor who has supplied voices for a number of video games including Fist of the North Star: Kens Rage and Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War Takeshi Mori commander 1894–1945, comman ...

Type 10 (disambiguation)

Type 10 is a main battle tank used by the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force. Type 10 may also refer to: Type 10 and Type 3 rocket boosters, Japanese World War II rocket artillery systems Mitsubishi Navy Type 10 Carrier Reconnaissance Aircraft, a 19 ...

Carnival in the Tropics

Carnival in the Tropics, also known in Spanish as Fiesta en Veracruz is a 1942 Mexican comedy film written and directed by Carlos Villatoro. Although the film was released in other countries in 1942, it wasnt released in Mexico until 1946 due to ...

Salomon Benaioun

Salomon Benaïoun was a printer and journalist from Oran. He moved to Tangier at the invitation of Haïm Benchimol, an important businessman and collaborator with the French. He studied printing in Paris. He invested in modern printing equipment, w ...

1998 Norwegian Figure Skating Championships

The 1998 Norwegian Figure Skating Championships were the Norwegian Figure Skating Championships of the 1997-1998 figure skating season. Skaters competed in the discipline of ladies singles for the title of national champion of Norway. The results ...

Benigno Aquino

Benigno Aquino may refer to: Paolo Benigno Aquino IV born 1977, also known as Bam Aquino, social entrepreneur and senatorial candidate in the Philippines, cousin of the above, nephew of Benigno Aquino Jr., and grandnephew of Benigno Aquino Sr. Be ...

Steve Holt

Steve or Stephen Holt may refer to: Stephen Holt, vocalist for the British band Inspiral Carpets Stephen Holt, pen name of writer Harlan Howard Thompson 1894–1987 Steve Holt American musician, guitarist for the band 36 Crazyfists Steve Holt Arres ...

Salvat

Given name Salvat Etchart 1924-1985, French writer Middle name Joaquim Salvat Besora born 1980, Spanish-born Andorran international footballer and former futsal player Manuel Salvat Dalmau 1925-2012, Spanish publisher Surname Enrique Salvat born ...

Andrew Bruce

Andrew Bruce may refer to: Andrew Bruce athlete born 1958, athlete from Trinidad and Tobago Andrew Bruce bishop died 1700, Scottish bishop Andrew Davis Bruce 1894–1969, former Major General and President of the University of Houston Andrew Bruce, ...

Charles Pearson (disambiguation)

Charles Pearson was Solicitor to the City of London and promoter of Londons first underground railway. Charles Pearson may also refer to: Charles Henry Pearson 1830–1894, historian and Australian politician The Hon Charles Anthony Pearson born 19 ...

William H. Harrison (Wyoming politician)

William Henry Harrison was an American politician who served in Wyoming House of Representatives as a Republican.

Fisher

Fisher is an archaic term for a fisherman, revived as gender-neutral. Fisher, Fishers or The Fisher may also refer to: Fisher band, a rock band featuring Kathy Fisher as lead singer Fisher comic strip, a Canadian comic strip by Philip Street Fish ...

Earl Montgomery

Earl Triplett Montgomery was a film director, writer, and comedian who performed in silent films including as the character Hairbreadth Harry. He established the producing company Earl Montgomery Comedy Company. Joe Rock partnered with him at Vit ...

American Catholic Church

American Catholic Church and American Catholic commonly refer to: Catholic Church in the United States, the Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, in the United States American Catholic Church may also refer to: American Cathol ...

Industrial and Administrative Group, Christmas Island

The Industrial and Administrative Group is a heritage-listed historic precinct on Murray Road overlooking Flying Fish Cove in the Australian territory of Christmas Island. It was added to the Australian Commonwealth Heritage List on 22 June 2004.