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Alan Reid

Alan Reid may refer to: Alan Reid Australian footballer born 1956, businessman and former Australian rules footballer for East Fremantle, Essendon and Geelong Alan Reid courtier born 1947, Treasurer to Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom Alan Reid ...

First degree

First degree may refer to: First Degree, a drama series Parent/offspring or sibling first-degree relative A first degree burn The First Degree, a 1923 American film directed by Edward Sedgwick starring Frank Mayo First-degree atrioventricular blo ...

Peace in Our Time

Peace in Our Time may refer to: "Peace for our time", a phrase spoken by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain regarding the Munich Agreement of 1938, frequently misquoted as "Peace in our time"

Railway Workers Federation

The union was founded in 1917 as the National Federation of Railway Workers of France, the Colonies and the Protectorate Countries, and affiliated to the General Confederation of Labour CGT. In 1921, many members left to join the United General C ...

Larry Cohen (disambiguation)

Larry Cohen was an American film producer, director, and screenwriter. Larry Cohen or Lawrence Cohen may also refer to: Lawrence D. Cohen politician 1933-2016, American politician Laurence Jonathan Cohen 1923–2006, British philosopher Larry Cohen ...

Cobbler

"Cobbler" Better Call Saul, an episode of the TV series Better Call Saul The Cobbler 1923 film, a short comedy by Hal Roach "The Cunning Cobbler", a folk song, No. 174 in the Roud Folk Song Index, also called "The Cunning Cobbler Done Over" The C ...

The Wild Party

The Wild Party may refer to: The Wild Party 1956 film, a film starring Anthony Quinn The Wild Party 1923 film, a film with cinematography by Clyde De Vinna The Wild Party LaChiusa musical, a 2000 Broadway musical based on Marchs poem The Wild Par ...

List of disused Oslo Metro stations

The Oslo Metro is a metro system that serves Oslo and Bærum in Norway. There are in total 73 stations in service, 17 temporarily inoperational and 16 that are disused. All of the 16 disused stations that were closed between 1935 and 2006 are loca ...

Galgo Jr.

Galgo Jr. was a Thoroughbred racehorse that was raised and raced in Puerto Rico notable for jointly holding the record of the most wins in a single season and holding the record for most wins ever by a Thoroughbred racehorse.

Cats meow

Cats meow may refer to: "The Cats Meow", a 1987 painting by Willem de Kooning "The cats meow," an expression referring to something that is considered outstanding; coined by American cartoonist Thomas A. Dorgan 1877–1929 The Cats Meow 1930 film, ...

Leo the Lion

Leo the Lion may refer to: Leo the Lion TV series, an anime Japanese television series by Osamu Tezuka Leo the Lion: King of the Jungle, a 1994 direct-to-video animated film from GoodTimes Entertainment Leo the Lion MGM, the mascot of the Hollywo ...

Roberto Gonzalez

Roberto Gonzalez may refer to: Roberto Gonzalez footballer born 1976, Argentine footballer Roberto Gonzalez Goyri 1924–2007, Guatemalan painter Roberto Gonzalez Echevarria born 1943, Cuban-born literature critic Roberto Gonzalez Borge born 2002, ...

Roulette (disambiguation)

"Roulette", a song by Katy Perry from the 2017 album Witness "Roulette", a song by Brotherhood of Man from the 1978 album B for Brotherhood "Roulette", a song by System of a Down off the album Steal This Album! "Roulette", a song by Bruce Springs ...

Cyril Helfrich

Cyril Desmond Helfrich was a South African cricketer who played first-class cricket for Griqualand West between 1945 and 1958. He was one of four brothers who played first-class cricket in South Africa. A middle-order batsman and occasional mediu ...

Lillian Atkins Clark

Lillian Atkins Clark was an American physician. She was the first African American woman to pass the National Board of Medical Examiners and she worked as a doctor in Philadelphia in hospitals and in her own practice.

Slipper (disambiguation)

A slipper is "a semi-closed type of indoor/outdoor shoe". It may also refer to: Operation Slipper, the Australian Defence Force ADF contribution to the war in Afghanistan Jack Slipper 1924–2005, a Detective Chief Superintendent for the Metropolit ...

Karni

Karni may refer to: Karni crossing, a border crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip Gilad Karni A carnival, as run by the University of Nottingham Students Union Karni Ilyas Asher Karni born 1954 Karni Singh 1924–1988 Mika Karni Wolf Karni 19 ...

Audacity

Audacity means boldness. It may also refer to: "Audacity" song, a 2019 song by Stormzy from his album Heavy Is the Head Audacity, by Jonathan Chait 2017 Audacity, jazz album by George Garzone and Frank Tiberi with Rasmus Ehlers, Jakob Hoyer, Jona ...

Guillotine (disambiguation)

A guillotine is a device for carrying out executions by decapitation, named after Joseph-Ignace Guillotin. Guillotine or Guillotines may also refer to:

Louis B. Mayer Pictures

Louis B. Mayer Pictures or Louis B. Mayer Productions was an American film production company of the silent era which operated from 1918 until 1924. Founded by the New England-based theater owner Louis B. Mayer, it functioned as a high-class prod ...

Hector Martinez

Hector Martinez Colon, Puerto Rican politician Hector Martinez Maldonado born 1968, Puerto Rican senator Hector Ruiz Martinez 1943–1986, Puerto Rican mayor and teacher

Fernando Diaz (disambiguation)

Fernando Diaz was a Spanish nobleman and military leader. Fernando Diaz may also refer to: Fernando Diaz Alberdi born 1972, former Argentine rugby union footballer, now coach Fernando Diaz count in Lantaron and Cerezo Fernando Diaz de Haro, Spani ...

Sassy

Sassy can refer to: SCUBA-2 All Sky Survey SASSy, an astronomical survey Sassy, Inc., a baby-care products company owned by Kid Brands Sassy magazine, a defunct teen magazine, aimed at teenage female fans of alternative and indie rock music. Sass ...

Westsamlandisch

Westsamlandisch is a part of Low Prussian, belonging to Low German. It is from East Prussia. It is or used to be spoken West of Kaliningrad. Westsamlandisch has or used to have a border with Ostsamlandisch. It has, in contrast to the remainder of ...

Governor Scott

Governor Scott may refer to: Charles Scott governor, 4th Governor of Kentucky Phil Scott politician, 82nd Governor of Vermont Alan James Scott, Governor of the Cayman Islands from 1987 to 1992 Rick Scott, 45th Governor of Florida Robert Scott Mau ...

2016 New Hampshire elections

New Hampshire state elections in 2016 were held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Voters elected 4 electors in the electoral college for President of the United States, one Senator in the United States Senate, 2 members to the United States House of ...

Javed Iqbal

Javed, Javaid, Javid, Jawed or Jawaid Iqbal may refer to: Javed Iqbal serial killer 1956-2001, Pakistani serial killer Javed Iqbal satellite television installer, Pakistani immigrant to the United States, convicted for providing access to Al-Mana ...

It Had to Be You

It Had To Be You 2000 film, a romantic comedy with Natasha Henstridge and Michael Vartan It Had to Be You 1947 film, an American romantic comedy film "It Had to Be You" Perfect Strangers, a 1992 episode of Perfect Strangers It Had to Be You!, a 2 ...

Nyiregyhaza New Synagogue

The New Synagogue in Nyiregyhaza is a large Jewish religious building located in the Great Hungarian Plains region of Hungary. It was opened for public access in 1932.

All Alone

All Alone Andre Previn album, 1967 All Alone Jo Stafford album, a 1963 album by Jo Stafford All Alone Frank Sinatra album, a 1962 album by Frank Sinatra All Alone Ron Carter album, a 1988 album by Ron Carter All Alone, an EP by The Sins of Thy Be ...

Alan Rogers

Alan Rogers may refer to: Alan Rogers footballer, born 1954, English football player for Plymouth Argyle and Portsmouth Alan R. Rogers born 1950, American anthropologist Alan Rogers football manager born 1924, English football manager Alan Rogers ...

Donald Payne

Donald Payne may refer to: Don Payne writer 1964–2013, American writer and producer Donald M. Payne 1934–2012, former U.S. Representative from New Jersey, father of Donald Payne, Jr. Donald G. Payne 1924-2018, English author Donald Payne British ...

Presti (surname)

Presti is a surname of Italian origin. Notable people with the surname include: Thaissa Presti born 1985, Brazilian track and field sprint athlete Ida Presti 1924–1967, French classical guitarist and composer Pino Presti, Italian bassist, arrange ...

Senator Davenport

Senator Davenport may refer to: Frank Davenport 1912–1995, New Jersey State Senate John Davenport Ohio politician 1788–1855, Ohio State Senate Franklin Davenport 1755–1832, New Jersey State Senate Stephen Davenport 1924–2011, Massachusetts State ...

John Kenny

John Kenny is the name of: John Kenny trombonist born 1957, British trombonist and composer John Patrick Kenny born 1942, British entrepreneur John Kenny rugby league, English rugby league footballer John V. Kenny 1893–1975, Mayor of Jersey City ...

Thomas Kane

Thomas Kane may refer to: Tom Kane baseball 1906–1973, Major League Baseball player Thomas L. Kane 1822–1883, Civil War veteran Tom Kane born 1962, American voice actor Thomas R. Kane 1924–2019, Stanford professor of applied mechanics Tommy Kane ...

List of things named after Daniel arap Moi

Moi Girls High School, Kapsabet Moi Forces Academy, Lanet Moi High School Kabarak, Nakuru Moi Siongiroi Girls High School, Bomet. Moi High School, Kaplamai Moi Sirgoi High School, Mosoriot Moi Equator Girls Secondary School, Nanyuki Moi Girls, Ki ...

Troubleshooter

The Troubleshooters album, a hip-hop music album by the Latino group Funkdoobiest in 1998. Haegyeolsa "Troubleshooter" or "Resolver", a pop album released by the Korean boy band Shinhwa in 1998

Mongol Internationale

In 1924, Mongolia became a Communist state. While the anthem of the world’s first Communist state, the Soviet Union, was at the time titled "The Internationale" which was a popular workers song adopted by Communist regimes, the Mongolian anthem w ...

Mele (Buryatia)

There are several assumptions about the origin of the name" Mele”: on behalf of one of its first settlers, a certain Melahei, or from Evenki Malu - an honorable place in the plague’, or from mu water’ and ala fish’.

Kiki Heck

Jacoba Martina "Kiki" Heck was a Dutch diver. Heck became the Ducth national champion in 1948, winning from former national champion Coby Floor. Both would represent the Netherlands a few weeks later at the 1948 Summer Olympics. A few days before ...

RHA

RHA is an acronym that may refer to: Rivers and Harbors Act, any number of various acts of legislation of the United States Congress Royal Hibernian Academy Residence Hall Association Religious Heritage of America Regional health authority disamb ...

Memorial Stadium

Memorial Stadium Bakersfield, Bakersfield, California Memorial Stadium Kansas State, Manhattan, Kansas Dix Stadium, Kent State University, known as Memorial Stadium from 1969–71, Kent, Ohio American Legion Memorial Stadium, Charlotte, North Carol ...

Home for the Golden Gays

The Home for the Golden Gays, or simply The Golden Gays, is a Philippine non-profit organization that provides support and care facilities for elderly LGBTQ people. It was originally established in 1975 by Justo Justo, a Filipino columnist and LG ...

Fernando Bello

Fernando Bello may refer to Fernando Bello sailor, born 1924 Fernando Pinto Coelho de Almeida Bello, 1924–1995, Portuguese Olympic sailor in 1948–64 Fernando Bello sailor, born 1957 Fernando Bustorff Silva de Almeida Bello, Portuguese sailor sail ...

Malva (disambiguation)

Malva is a genus of plants. Malva may also refer to: Malva Dacia, Dacian settlement in present-day Romania, where the Roman city of Romula was built. Malva 1957 film, a Russian drama film Malva, Zamora, a Spanish municipality of Castile and Leon ...

Atletico de Madrid achievements

The comprehensive list of Atletico Madrid honours. Atletico have won La Liga on 10 occasions, including a league and cup double in 1996; the Copa del Rey on 10 occasions; two Supercopas de España, one Copa Eva Duarte and Copa Presidente FEF ; in ...

Tokirima

Tokirima is a valley and rural community, located west of Taumaranui and 19km south of Ōhura, in the Ruapehu District and Manawatū-Whanganui Region of New Zealands North Island. State Highway 43 and Stratford–Ōkahukura railway line pass through t ...

Chinese Olympics

Chinese Olympics may refer to: 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China Chinese Taipei at the Olympics IOC code: TPE Taiwan, Republic of China 1979 onwards China at the Olympics IOC code: CHN Peoples Republic ...

Ernestine Jessie Covington Dent

Ernestine Jessie Covington Dent was an American pianist, music educator, and community leader. She was the wife of Dillard University president Albert W. Dent, and the mother of poet and activist Thomas Dent.