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Howard Clark

Howard Clark may refer to: Howard Clark bishop 1903–1983, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada Howard L. Clark Sr. 1916–2001, former CEO of American Express Howard Charles Clark born 1929, Canadian academic Howie Clark born 1974, baseball pla ...

James Gorman

James Gorman may refer to: James Gorman politician 1874–1950, English politician and trade unionist James S. Gorman 1850–1923, U.S. Representative from Michigan James P. Gorman born 1958, chairman and CEO, Morgan Stanley Lou Gorman James Gerald G ...

John Mack

John Mack may refer to: John Mack Medal of Honor recipient 1843–1881, American Civil War sailor and Medal of Honor recipient John C. Mack born 1976, American photographer John Mack UK politician 1899–1957, Labour Member of Parliament for Newcastl ...

Kami Kandola

Kami Kandola is an Indo-Canadian physician and the Chief Public Health Officer for the Northwest Territories, Canada. She is trained in family medicine, public health, and preventative medicine. Kandola has overseen the response to the COVID-19 p ...

The Best Kind of People

The Best Kind of People is a 2016 novel by Canadian author, Zoe Whittall. The Best Kind of People is Whittalls third novel, and it was a finalist for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, as well as named Indigos #1 Book of 2016 and Heathers Pick. The nov ...

Free world (disambiguation)

The Free World is a politically-charged term that was used during the Cold War to refer to the Western Bloc. Free World may also refer to: Free World magazine, monthly magazine of the published by Free World, Inc. in New York City in the 1940s Fr ...

1911–12 Cornell Big Red mens ice hockey season

With the team losing seven of the nine players from last years championship team due to graduation, Cornell had difficult in sustaining a high level of play. The offense was particularly anemic, failing to score more than one goal in half of thei ...

The Big Appeal

The Big Appeal is a set of three cricketing events on 8 and 9 February 2020 aimed at raising relief for those affected by the 2019–20 Australian bushfire season. The three events include the Bushfire Cricket Bash’, the Commonwealth Bank Women’s T ...

1912–13 Cornell Big Red mens ice hockey season

After Harvard had withdrawn from the Intercollegiate Hockey Association in 1911, the league lost both Columbia and Yale before the 1912–13 season. This left the league with just three teams. The final blow came from the formation of the Intercoll ...

Mark Bailey

Mark Bailey may refer to: Bill Bailey born 1965, real name Mark Bailey, British comedian Mark Bailey footballer born 1976, former professional football defender Mark Bailey rugby union born 1960, English rugby player, headmaster and professor of ...

Super Chief (disambiguation)

Super Chief may refer to: Super Chief, a model variant in the Pontiac Chieftain line of automobiles Cartoon character from The Funny Company Super Chief, a Count Basie compilation LP Superchief film, a documentary film directed by Nick Kurzon Nic ...

Charlie Brown (basketball, born 1936)

Charles" Sweet Charlie” Brown is an American former basketball player, known for his All-American college career at Seattle University, as well as his role as a part of two championship teams at DuSable High School in Chicago.

Gianni Mura

In November 1964, he obtained an apprenticeship position in the daily sports newspaper, La Gazzetta dello Sport, and attended the University of Milan. This position was initially meant to be temporary, however he remained in the position for eigh ...

List of Sydney FC players (25–99 appearances)

Sydney Football Club, an association football club based in Moore Park, Sydney, was founded in 2004. They became the first Sydney member admitted into A-League in 2005. The clubs first team have competed in numerous nationally and internationally ...

Stanley Johnson

Stanley Johnson may refer to: Stanley Johnson writer born 1940, British author and Conservative Party politician, writer on environmental and population issues, MEP 1979–1984 Stanley Johnson basketball born 1996, American basketball player Stan J ...

Michael Brennan

Michael Brennan may refer to: Michael Brennan photographer born 1943, British photographer Michael Brennan ice hockey born 1986, American professional ice hockey player Michael Brennan finance born 1942, American finance professor Michael F. Bren ...

Patrick OMalley

Patrick or Pat OMalley may refer to: Sean Patrick OMalley born 1944, American cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church Padraig OMalley born 1942, Irish-American academic J. Pat OMalley 1904–1985, English singer and actor Padraic O Maille 1878–1946, ...

Michael Carr

Michael or Mike Carr may refer to: Mike Carr musician 1937−2017, English jazz organist, pianist and vibraphonist Mike Carr game designer born 1951, American fantasy writer and game designer Michael Carr, presenter of Faces of Death Michael Carr c ...

Chris Clarke

Chris Clarke may refer to: Chris Clarke politician 1941–2009, British Liberal Democrat politician Chris Clarke croquet player born 1971, English croquet player Chris Clarke missionary born 1957, Kentucky missionary to the equestrian community Chr ...

Marxist Workers League

Marxist Workers League can refer to: The Marxist Workers League Finland; a Trotskyist group associated with the Co-ordinating Committee for the Refoundation of the Fourth International, formerly a member of the International Workers Committee The ...

Whisper X350 Generation II

The Whisper X350 Generation II is a South African amateur-built aircraft, designed in 2015 and produced by Whisper Aircraft of Mossel Bay. The aircraft was developed from the 2004-designed Whisper Aircraft Whisper motorglider. The X350 Generation ...

Elementary

"Elementary, my dear Watson", a non-canonical catchphrase of Sherlock Holmes Elementary TV series, an American television drama first broadcast on CBS in Fall 2012

KML (disambiguation)

KML or kml may refer to: Keyhole Markup Language, an XML geospatial data file format Lower Tanudan Kalinga ISO 639-3 language code, a language used in Tanudan, Kalinga, Philippines Korvpalli Meistriliiga, the Estonian Basketball League KiSS Marku ...

Sunita Devi (mason)

Sunita Devi is an Indian mason honoured for building toilets. In her village 90% of the women did not have access to a toilet. After her work they all now have access. She was given the Nari Shakti Puraskar award in 2019 by the President of India.

una Monaghan

una Monaghan was born in Belfast. She graduated with a degree in astrophysics from Cambridge and a masters in sonic arts, before she went to Queen’s University Belfast where she completed a PhD on New Technologies and Experimental Practices in Co ...

Konstantin Ardakov

Konstantin Ardakov is professor of pure mathematics at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford and fellow and tutor in mathematics at Brasenose College, Oxford. After education at the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, ...

Luis J. Lauredo

Luis J. Lauredo is an American diplomat who served as the 15th United States Ambassador to the Organization of American States from 2000 to 2001 and National Coordinator for the 3rd Summit of the Americas held in Quebec City, Canada.

David MacKenzie

David MacKenzie or David Mackenzie may refer to: David Mackenzie trade unionist 1922-1989, Scottish trade union leader Dave MacKenzie soccer born 1956, retired Scottish-Canadian soccer defender David Neil MacKenzie 1926–2001, British linguist and ...

Teutonicus

Teutonicus is Latin for Teutonic or Germanic. It was often used as a surname in the Middle Ages: Johannes Teutonicus Zemeke d. 1245 - glossator on the Decretum Gratiani Franco Teutonicus or Franco of Cologne - 13th century music theorist Julianus ...

COBI

Cobi or COBI may refer to: Cobi Crispin born 1988, Australian wheelchair basketball player Cobi musician born 1986, American musician, formerly a member of the band Gentlemen Hall Communist Organisation in the British Isles, a former Marxist-Leni ...

Maurice Copigneaux

Maurice Eugene Frederic Copigneaux was a French trade union leader. Copigneaux lived in Paris and joined the city union for municipal workers. This was an early affiliate of the General Confederation of Labour CGT, and Copigneaux was the unions d ...

Ikki

Ikki may refer to: Kaga ikki, a break-away warrior and peasant confederacy based in Kaga Province Saika Ikki, a Buddhist warrior group based in Ōta, Kii Province Ikkō-ikki, revolts against samurai rule in 15th and 16th century Japan Ikki video ga ...

Conner

La Conner, a town in the state of Washington, United States Conner, California, a community Conner Prairie, a living history museum in Fishers, Indiana, United States Conner, Montana, a community Conner Preserve, a park in Florida Mount Conner, N ...

Jinks

Jinks may refer to: Jinks, Kentucky Jinks Island, an island in the Biscoe Islands Jinx, a type of curse placed on a person, or a person afflicted with a similar curse, and also a slang term used when two people say the same thing at the same time ...

Epiphany proclamation (religion)

The Epiphany proclamation is a summary of liturgical dates announced annually by a priest, deacon, or other Christian minister on the Feast of Epiphany, the celebration of the manifestation of Jesus Christ to the nations. The announcement of the ...

Gays for Putin!

Gays for Putin! is a Russian independent initiative LGBT group that supported Vladimir Putin and endorsed his 2018 presidential campaign. On 3 March 2018 Gays for Putin!, after filing a notice to Smolny, held its first demonstration to support th ...

Sacred Heart Church

Sacred Heart Church, Mylapra Sacred Heart Church, inKerala, India Sacred Heart Church, Tajpur, Raja Ka Tajpur, Uttar Pradesh Sacred Heart Church, Santacruz, Mumbai Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Pondicherry Sacred Heart Forane Church, Thi ...

Kilcommon (County Wicklow civil parish)

Kilcommon, is a civil parish in the ancient barony of Ballinacor South in County Wicklow, Ireland. The parish is centered on the village of Tinahely. It is divided into 28 townlands

Atlangatepec Air Force Station

The airport was built in 1982 as Aeropuerto Nacional de Tlaxcala National Airport, however it did not have the desired success, for the year it registered more movements was 1994 with only 24 air operations. On March 3, 1997 the Tlaxcala State Go ...

RCAF Ground Observer Corps

The Ground Observer Corps was a civilian organization within the Royal Canadian Air Force formed in October 1950 to help identify intruder aircraft in the era before the Pinetree Line radar network was fully operational. Members were required to ...

About Vitya, Masha, and Marines

A boy named Vitya lives with his parents in a military town in which the military unit of the Marine Corps is located. He is friends with the Marines, who show him what honor, courage and masculine character are.

LAR

India Lar, Uttar Pradesh, a town in Deoria District Lar Jammu and Kashmir, a town Iran Lar, Iran, a city in Fars Province Lar, Zanjan, a village Lar Rural District, a subdivision of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province Lar, Markazi, a village Lar, ...

Ich

Ich may refer to: Ich, a German pronoun meaning I, also a Middle English form of I Ichthyophthirius multifiliis, often shortened to ich, a disease of freshwater fish Ich, alternative name of Ij, Zanjan, a village in Zanjan Province, Iran Cryptoca ...

ACRS

ACRS may refer to: Ancient Culture Research Society, a non-profit organisation focusing on archaeological research Aluminium Conductor Steel Reinforced wire, used by electric power utilities Advisor Committee on Reactor Safeguards Australian Came ...

SM2

SM2 or SM-2 may refer to: VR Class Sm2, a type of commuter train in Helsinki, Finland RIM-67 Standard SM-1ER/SM-2ER non-VLS capable, an extended range surface-to-air missile, the successor of the RIM-2 Terrier missile Superman II, the second Supe ...

Central School

Kendriya Vidyalaya, Hindi for Central School, a system of central government schools under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India The Government Central School, now Queens College, Hong Kong

Rochester Community Schools

Rochester Community Schools or Rochester School District may refer to the following school districts in the United States: Rochester School District Minnesota, Rochester, Minnesota Rochester Independent School District, Rochester, Texas Rochester ...

Gilbert Community School District

Gilbert Community School District is a school district headquartered in Gilbert, Iowa. The district is mostly in Story County but has a portion in Boone County. The district serves Gilbert and sections of northern Ames. The Gilbert Community Scho ...

Estherville-Lincoln Central Community School District

Estherville-Lincoln Central Community School District is a school district headquartered in Estherville, Iowa. The district is mostly in Emmet County, with a section in Dickinson County. In addition to Estherville it serves Dolliver, Gruver, Wall ...

Remsen Union Community School District

Remsen Union Community School District is a school district headquartered in Remsen, Iowa. The district is mostly in Plymouth County with a portion in Sioux County. The district under the name, "MMCRU Schools", operates an elementary and middle s ...