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Ian Gibson

Ian Gibson footballer, born 1943 1943–2016, Scottish football player Ian Gibson footballer, born July 1956 born 1956, Scottish football player and manager St. Johnstone Ian Gibson Scottish footballer unknown, Scottish football player Fitzroy Unit ...

The Flying Guillotine

Master of the Flying Guillotine, 1976 Taiwanese wuxia film directed by Jimmy Wang Zatoichi & the Flying Guillotine, 1973 Taiwanese film directed by Chung Hsun Tu The Guillotines, 2012 remake of the 1975 film The Flying Guillotine, 1975 Hong Kong ...

Ben Gardane Delegation

Ben Gardane Delegation is a delegation of the Medenine Governorate in Southeastern Tunisia. As of 2014 census it had a population of 79.912, close to the border with Libya. It is located at around 33°8′20″N 11°13′0″E. There has one town municipal ...

Flight 253

Flight 253 may refer to: Seaboard World Airlines Flight 253A, Soviet-American airspace incident of 1 July 1968 Linea Aeropostal Venezolana Flight 253 June 1956, an airliner that crashed in the Atlantic Ocean off New Jersey on 20 June 1956 El Al F ...

Operation Buffalo

Operation Buffalo may refer to: Operation Buffel Buffalo, the withdrawal of the German 9th Army under General Walter Model in March 1943 Operation Buffalo 1967, a Vietnam War operation in July 1967 by the U.S. 9th Marine Regiment Operation Buffal ...

My Father, the Actor

My Father, the Actor is a 1956 West German drama film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring O.W. Fischer, Hilde Krahl and Susanne von Almassy. The films sets were designed by the art directors Otto Erdmann and Wilhelm Vorwerg. It was shot at th ...

Jennifer Leigh Brush

Jennifer Leigh Brush is a retired American Career Foreign Service Officer who served as Charge d’Affaires ad interim to Turkmenistan from July 2006 until July 2007. Another State Department source says" Term of Appointment: 08/01/2006 to 10/30/20 ...

Peyton Place

Peyton Place may refer to: Peyton Place novel, a 1956 novel by Grace Metalious Peyton Place, a fictional New England town that is the setting for the 1956 novel Return to Peyton Place film, the 1961 sequel to the 1957 film Return to Peyton Place, ...

Still of the Night

Still of the Night or In the Still of the Night may refer to: "Still of the Night" song, 1987, by Whitesnake "Lost in the Fifties Tonight In the Still of the Night", a 1985 medley containing the Five Satins song "In the Still of the Night" Cole P ...

Deepam

Deepam may refer to: Diya lamp, a type of oil lamp Deepam TV, a Free to Air satellite television channel Karthikai Deepam, Tamils Festival of Lights

Reprisal!

Reprisal! is a 1956 American western film directed by George Sherman and starring Guy Madison, Felicia Farr and Kathryn Grant. The films sets were designed by the art director Walter Holscher.

RopB transcriptional regulator

RopB transcriptional regulator, also known as RopB/Rgg transcriptional regulator is a transcriptional regulator protein that regulates expression of the extracellularly secreted cysteine protease streptococcal pyrogenic exotoxin B which is an imp ...

Houston Law Review

The Houston Law Review is a law review published by the University of Houston Law Center. The journal is edited and published by students in one volume, divided into five issues, each academic year. The journal was founded in 1963. In addition to ...

Birmingham Tornado

The April 6–9, 1998 tornado outbreak, produced an F5 tornado which affected the western and northern suburbs of Birmingham killing 32. The 2011 Tuscaloosa–Birmingham tornado, an EF4 tornado which caused major damage in Tuscaloosa and large portio ...

Michael Sutton

Michael or Mike Sutton may refer to: Mike Sutton American football born 1975, American football player Mike Sutton footballer born 1944, English footballer Michael A. Sutton, American professor Mike Sutton criminologist born 1959, English crimino ...

Paul Phillips

Paul Phillips may refer to: Paul Phillips bodhran 1959–2007, Irish bodhran player and teacher Paul Phillips, principal of Weston College Paul Phillips baseball born 1977, Major League Baseball catcher Paul Phillips, solicitor to Lamin Fhimah in t ...

Trapeze (disambiguation)

A trapeze is a piece of equipment for performing aerial acrobatics. It may also refer to: Trapeze band, a 1970s UK rock band Trapeze film, a 1956 movie directed by Carol Reed Trapeze 1976 album, another eponymous album by the same band Trapeze 19 ...

FRAP

Facilitated Risk Analysis Process Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching, an experimental technique in cell biology. Fluoride-resistant acid phosphatase Frente Revolucionario Antifascista y Patriotico Revolutionary Anti-Fascist Patriotic Fron ...

Hot sauce (disambiguation)

Hot sauce is a spicy sauce. hot sauce or hotsauce may also refer to: Hotsauce TV, a British television production company "Hot Sauce", a single by Thomas Dolby from his album Aliens Ate My Buick 1988 HotSauce in computer software Major League Bas ...

Chloe (disambiguation)

Chloe artwork, 1875 painting by Jules Lefebvre Fictional characters with the name see Chloe

Fiddler (disambiguation)

Amp Fiddler, American funk and soul musician, born Joseph Fiddler Vernon Fiddler born 1980, Canadian hockey player Ronald Fiddler 1966–2017, British Guantanamo Bay detainee and suicide bomber Nancy Fiddler born 1956, American cross country skier

Subarnarekha Port

Subarnarekha port is a deep-water, all-weather port proposed to be constructed at the mouth of Subarnarekha River in Balasore district of Odisha state in India.

Watriquet de Couvin

Watriquet de Couvin was a fourteenth century French poet active between 1319 and 1329, and one of the few named authors of medieval French fabliaux. Among his other poems, he is famous for his moralistic "dits". Watriquet de Couvin was a contempo ...

First Things First

First Things First may refer to: "First Things First", a song by Neon Trees on their album Pop Psychology First Things First with Cris Carter and Nick Wright, a talk show on FS1. "First Things First", a 1956 poem by W. H. Auden, which closes with ...

Sentimental

"Sentimental" Kenny G composition, 1992 "Sentimental" ja by Hiromi Iwasaki, 1975 "Sentimental", by Feeder from Renegades Sentimental Los Hermanos song, 2001 "Sentimental", song by Joe Loss And His Orchestra Foley 1957 "Sentimental", song by Swing ...

Byrd

Byrd commonly refers to: William Byrd, an English composer of the Renaissance Richard E. Byrd 1888–1957, an American naval officer and explorer Byrd or Byrds may also refer to:

Foreland

Foreland may refer to: Foreland basin, in geology, the zone that receives sediment from an adjacent mountain chain Glacier foreland, the area between the leading edge of a glacier and the moraines of the last maximum a landform projecting into th ...

Hilmi Senalp

Muharrem Hilmi Senalp is a Turkish architect. His work is often inspired by Ottoman architecture. He has been called Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğans "court architect", and is a close friend of the president. His company, Hassa Architectur ...

The Walk

The Walk TV, an American television network The Walk, a 250-mile pilgrimage walk featured in The Path season 1 taken by followers of the fictional Meyerism movement "The Walk" The X-Files, an episode of the American science fiction television ser ...

Jaji

Jaji may refer to: Zazi or Jaji, a Pashtun tribe in Pakistan and Afghanistan Folashade Sherifat Jaji born 1957, Nigerian civil servant Battle of Jaji, in May 1987, where Soviet forces withdrawing from Afghanistan fought against the Mujahideen

Port of Namibe

The port of Namibe, or port of Moçamedes, is an Angolan port located in the city of Moçamedes, in the province of Namibe. It is built on the banks of the bay of Namibe, a coastal indentation linked to the Atlantic Ocean. The port belongs to the A ...

Elizabeth Refuses

Elizabeth Refuses is a 1957 Australian TV play based on the novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. It was directed by William Sterling. It was performed live from Sydney on 5 February 1957. The adaptation was written by English writer Margaret ...

Gensler (disambiguation)

Harry J. Gensler, philosopher with special interest in formal ethics Doug Gansler 1962, American politician, Attorney General of Maryland Gary Gensler 1957, American government official, Chairperson of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission Art ...

Valerie

"Valerie" Steve Winwood song, 1982 "Valerie" The Zutons song other recordings of this song by Mark Ronson ft. Amy Winehouse, and by the Glee Cast "Valerie", a song by Quarterflash "Valerie", a song by Richard Thompson "Valerie", a song by Patti S ...

Vinica

Vinica or Vinitsa may refer to: In Bosnia and Herzegovina: Vinica, Tomislavgrad, a village in the Tomislavgrad Municipality In Croatia: Vinica, Varazdin County, a village and municipality in the Varazdin County In North Macedonia: Vinica, North M ...

Chasing Shadows

Sekret Machines: Book 1 – Chasing Shadows, a 2016 American novel by Tom DeLonge and A. J. Hartley "Chasing Shadows", a story by Lucrecia Guerrero Chasing Shadows TV series, a British television series Chasing Shadows, a 1996 book by Fred A. Wilco ...

Margaret Wenig

Margaret Wenig is an American rabbi known for advocating LGBT rights within Reform Judaism. In 1976, she and Naomi Janowitz published Siddur Nashim, which was the first Jewish prayer book to refer to God using female pronouns and imagery. She gra ...

Hey Ho

"Hey Ho Wish You Well", List of songs recorded by Slade 1985 "Hey Ho", Sebastian Danish singer Denmark 1973 "Hey! Ho! Lets Go!", "Blitzkrieg Bop", a 1976 punk rock song by Ramones "Hey Ho!", Lust Lords of Acid album "Hey Ho" Gin Wigmore song, 201 ...

Yao Fuqiang

Yao Fuqiang is a Chinese scientist specializing in communications system. He is an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and holds the rank of major general in the Peoples Liberation Army. He is a member of the Chinese Institute of El ...

Daniel Martinez

Daniel Martinez may refer to: Daniel Joseph Martinez born 1957, American artist Daniel Martinez footballer, born 1997, Argentine footballer Daniel Martinez footballer, born 1981, Uruguayan footballer Daniel Martinez footballer, born 1973, Swedish ...

National Nature Reserve (France)

A national nature reserve, in French reserve naturelle nationale, is a protected area that is part of natural reserves of France and whose status is defined by the law on local democracy of February 27, 2002. It is a tool for the long-term protec ...

Stephen Murphy

Stephen Kennedy Murphy, stage director Stephen Murphy comics, American comic book writer Stephen Murphy lutemaker born 1942, lute maker located in Southern France Steve Murphy news anchor born 1960, Canadian television personality

Fritz Keller (football administrator)

Friedrich Walter Keller is a German football administrator and former president SC Freiburg. In 2019 he was elected president German Football Association.

Donald Dari Soditey

Donald Dari Soditey is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Sawla/Tuna/Kalba Constituency in the Northern Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

Sean OCallaghan (playwright)

Autobiographies II The Green Crow The Silver Tassie Five Irish Plays Juno and the Paycock I Knock at the Door Drums Under the Windows The Flying Wasp The Easter Lily 1957 The Star Turns Red The Jackboot in Ireland. Allan Wingate, London, 1958. Au ...

Jack Sullivan

Jack Sullivan may refer to: Jack Sullivan lacrosse 1870–?, Canadian lacrosse player Jack Sullivan rugby union 1915–1990, New Zealand rugby union player and coach Jack Sullivan film director 1893–1946, assistant film director Jack Sullivan basketb ...

Bogey

Wilton Gaynair 1927-1995, Jamaican jazz musician nicknamed "Bogey" Robert Bogey born 1935, French former long-distance runner Humphrey Bogart 1899-1957, American actor nicknamed "Bogey"

Keith Williams

Keith Williams baseball born 1972, San Francisco Giants baseball player Keith Williams cornerback born 1983, Canadian football cornerback Keith Williams Australian footballer 1926–2004, Fitzroy VFL footballer Keith Williams offensive lineman born ...

Thats My Boy

Thats My Boy 1932 film, a drama starring Richard Cromwell, Dorothy Jordan, Mae Marsh and John Wayne Thats My Boy 1951 film, a comedy starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Thats My Boy 2012 film, a comedy starring Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg That ...

Devey

Devey is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Ray Devey 1917–2001, English footballer Harry Devey 1864–1940, English footballer Will Devey 1865–1935, English footballer George Devey 1820–1886, English architect Jordan Devey born 19 ...