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John Ena Jr.

John Ena Jr. was a Hawaiian business magnate and politician. He was an advisor to both King Kalākaua and Queen Liliuokalani. After the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom, his advisory position was retained during the Provisional Government and the ...

Chin Kaw

Chin Kaw, also known as Ah Kaw or Ah Caw, 17 July 1865 – 11 April 1922 was a prominent Chinese Australian storekeeper, philanthropist, and mining entrepreneur in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia, who recruited workers from China for the Tasmanian ...

Lina Granados

In high school, Granados played for the Falcons of Briar Woods High School, where she served as the team captain as a senior. She earned First-Team All-District selections, and was selected in the Second-Team All-Met as a junior. She also played ...

Sulysap

Sulysap is a town in Pest County, Hungary about 40 kilometres southeast of Budapest. In 1950 two villages, Tapiosap and Tapiosuly, amalgamated, but they separated in 1954. In 1970 they combined again to form Sulysap.

Willem Hunthum

Willem Hunthum was a Dutch merchant and the last legally recognised Dutch owner of Tortola in what later became the British Virgin Islands. Hunthum was regarded as either Patron or "Governor" of the Territory from 1663 to 1672 when control of the ...

Nando Pijnaker

Nando Pijnaker is a New Zealand professional footballer who plays as a defender for Swiss Challenge League club Grasshopper Club Zurich and the New Zealand national team.

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