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Paul Rollin

Paul Rollin was a French academic. He was successively president of the University of Rouen, and rector of the academies of Rennes, Versailles and Aix-Marseille. In between his various positions as rector, he acted twice as policy adviser to Jean ...

Zawiya of Sidi Bel Abbes

The Zawiya of Sidi Bel Abbes is an Islamic religious complex in Marrakesh, Morocco. The complex is centered around the mausoleum of Abu al-Abbas as-Sabti, who died in 1204 and is the most venerated of the Seven Saints of Marrakesh, often consider ...

Olu Atuwatse I

Olu Atuwatse I was the 7th Olu of Warri who ruled over the Itsekiri people. He was the son to Olu Atorogboye and succeeded his father Olu Atorongboye as the 7th Olu of Warri. He was initially home schooled by his father and the Bishop in Ode-Itse ...

Daniel Lloyd

Daniel Lloyd may refer to: Daniel Lloyd actor and musician born 1982, bilingual Welsh actor and singer-songwriter Daniel Lewis Lloyd 1843–1899, schoolteacher and cleric Dan Lloyd American football born 1953, NFL linebacker for the New York Giants ...

Cotton Plant Union order of battle

The Battle of Cotton Plant saw a 10.000-strong Union Army commanded by Samuel Ryan Curtis encounter a 5.000-man Confederate force led by Albert Rust. A Union advance guard commanded by Charles Edward Hovey did most of the fighting, repelling an a ...

Single-entity electrochemistry

Single-Entity Electrochemistry refers to the electroanalysis of an individual unit of interest. A unique feature of SEE is that it unifies multiple different branches of electrochemistry. Single-Entity Electrochemistry pushes the bounds of the fi ...

2019–20 Perth Scorchers WBBL season

The 2019–20 Perth Scorchers Womens season was the fifth in the teams history. Coached by Lisa Keightley and captained by Meg Lanning, they finished the regular season of WBBL|05 in third place and qualified for finals. The Scorchers were subseque ...

Cameron Martin (artist)

Cameron Martin is an American contemporary artist. Martin is Co-Chair of the Painting Department at the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College. He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Ron Lowry

Ron Lowry was an American singer who had a hit in the country music charts with "Marry Me" in 1970. He also had a minor hit with "Oh How I Waited".

The Lowbrow Reader

The Lowbrow Reader is a comedy zine from New York City. It was established in 2001 by its editor, Jay Ruttenberg, and designer, Matthew Berube. In 2012, Drag City published a Lowbrow Reader book anthology, The Lowbrow Reader Reade r. The Lowbrow ...

Cameron Duddy

Cameron Duddy, is a music video director, and musician/songwriter. He is currently the bass player for the country music trio Midland.

Alden 44

The Alden 44 is an American sailboat that was designed by Alden Associates and Neils Helleberg as an International Offshore Rule racer and first built in 1976.

Freedom of choice (disambiguation)

Freedom of choice is the right of individuals to determine their own actions. Freedom of choice may also refer to: Freedom of Choice, a 1980 album by Devo Free will, the philosophical discussion of whether the intuition that humans have freedom o ...

Edward Nelson (disambiguation)

Edward Nelson is a mathematician. Edward Nelson may also refer to: Edward Nelson Jr. born 1931, United States Coast Guard admiral Edward Theophilus Nelson, barrister Edward Nelson Politician Edward Nelson Alamo defender Edward Nelson marine biolo ...

Virtuality (disambiguation)

Virtuality software design, a concept of software design proposed by Ted Nelson. Reality–virtuality continuum, a concept in computer science. Augmented virtuality, the merging of real-world objects into virtual worlds. Virtuality gaming, a family ...

2003 Womens Australian Hockey League

The 2003 Womens Australian Hockey League was the 11th edition womens field hockey tournament. The tournament was held in various cities across Australia, and was contested from 7 March through to 13 April 2003. VIS Vipers won the tournament for t ...

Campbell House

Campbell House, or The Campbell House or variations, may refer to: in Canada Campbell House Toronto, Canada in the United States sorted by state, then city/town Johnson-Campbell House, Columbus, Ohio, NRHP-listed Hamilton Campbell House, Jefferso ...

Battle of Lahrawat

The Battle of Lahrawat was fought between two factions of the Delhi Sultanate in 1320. Malik Tughluq, the governor of Dipalpur, challenged the authority of Khusrau Khan, who had usurped the throne of Delhi. After defeating an army sent by Khusrau ...

Maria Odulia Nicola Ruotti

Maria Odulia Nicola Ruotti, also known as Chinita de Nicola, was a singer and composer from Paraguay who was blind from a young age.

Delfina Frers

Delfina Frers Serralunga Langhi is an Argentine racing driver. She has competed multiple times in the TC 2000 Championship. Since retiring from racing in 2010, she serves as the general manager of the Xirayas de San Luis–OPW womens cycling team. ...

Cotys

Tiberius Julius Cotys III died 235, King of the Bosporan Kingdom Cotys VI, King of Thrace Cotys IV, Odrysian king of Thrace Cotys IX, son to Cotys VIII and Roman Client King of Lesser Armenia Cotys V, Odrysian king of Thrace Tiberius Julius Cotys ...

995 Balu earthquake

The 995 Balu earthquake took place in 995 or 996. It reportedly affected the Armenian areas of Balu, Copk, Palnatun, and the districts of Hasteank and Xorjean. The areas affected were districts in what is currently the border area between Armenia ...

Potts

The Potts, said to be the worlds longest-running cartoon strip drawn by the same artist Doc Potts, animated television series Tom Potts, Child ballad 109

Charlie (Mallrat song)

Charlie is a song by Australian musician Mallrat. It was released on 7 August 2019 as the lead single from Mallrats third EP Driving Music. The song debuted at number 50 on the ARIA Charts in February 2020 after placing at number 3 in the 2019 Tr ...

Stalag 383

The German Army founded a training area near Hohenfels, Bavaria in 1938. A troop camp for trainees, located in a high valley surrounded by dense woodland and hills at a homestead called Polnrich, was commandeered for use as a Prisoner of War camp ...

Sabrina Fanchini

Sabrina Fanchini is a retired Italian alpine skier. She made her FIS Alpine Ski World Cup debut in December 2010 in Courchevel, also collecting her first World Cup points with a 28th place. She followed up with two 26th places before improving to ...

Barbara Kleon

Barbara Kleon is a retired Italian alpine skier. She competed at the 1999 Junior World Championships, a 14th place being her best result. She made her FIS Alpine Ski World Cup debut in October 1999 in Tignes, but did not finish a race until Janua ...

Camilla Alfieri

Camilla Alfieri is a retired Italian alpine skier. She competed at the 2003, 2004 and 2005 Junior World Championships, a 6th place in 2004 her best placement. She also won the gold medal in giant slalom at the 2007 Winter Universiade. She made he ...

Katharina Durr

Katharina Durr is a retired German alpine skier. She competed at the 2007, 2008 and 2009 Junior World Championships, only in the slalom. The highlight was winning the silver medal in 2007. She finished 23rd in the slalom at the 2011 World Champio ...

Lachlan Bassett

Lachlan Bassett is an Australian male canoeist who was finalist at senior level at the 2018 and 2019 Wildwater Canoeing World Championships. Lachlan Bassett has also been a Paddle Australia Athlete Since 2015 where he competed in his first ICF Wi ...

Ira L. Hanna

Ira Lewis Hanna was an American politician who served as the 36th Mayor of Cheyenne, Wyoming. After serving in local Laramie County politics Hanna briefly served as mayor before being convicted for bribery charges alongside three members of the p ...

Doderer (name)

Doderer is a German surname. It derives from the Upper German word "toderer" and means "Stotterer" in the German language. or a "stuttering" person in the English language. Notable people with the name include:

List of ambassadors of Israel to Austria

Talya Lador-Fresher 2015- Natan Peled 1961 - 1963 Charge dAffaires a.i. Gideon Yarden 1986 - 1990 Charge dAffaires a.i. Ilan Ben-Dov diplomat 2000 - 2001 Yaacov Doron 1977 - 1979 Avraham Toledo 2004 Charge dAffaires a.i. 2001 - 2004 Dan Ashbel 20 ...

Hyncice

Hyncice may refer to: Hyncice Nachod District, a village in the Nachod District Hyncice pod Susinou, a former village, administratively part of Stare Mesto in Sumperk District Hyncice nad Moravou, a village, administratively part of Hanusovice in ...

Plant Breeding Institute

The institute was established in 1912 as part of the School of Agriculture at the University of Cambridge. Rowland Biffen was the first director and was close with William Bateson who was leading studies of hereditary in Cambridge following the r ...

Portrait of Johann Kleberger

Portrait of Johann Kleberger is a 1526 oil on limewood panel painting by Albrecht Durer, signed and dated by the artist and now in Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. The work was produced in Nuremberg the same year as he produced his portraits o ...

Talysh

Talysh may refer to: Talıs, Ismailli, Azerbaijan Talıs, Agsu, Azerbaijan Talysh people Talıs, Shamkir, Azerbaijan Talıs, Quba, Azerbaijan Talysh-Mughan Autonomous Republic, a self-declared autonomy, which existed briefly in the south of Azerbaija ...

Kumushkhon Fayzullaeva

Kumushkhon Fayzullaeva is an Uzbekistani weightlifter. In 2018 she won the gold medal in the girls 63 kg event at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2017 she won the bronze medal in the womens 58 kg event at the 20 ...

Mohammed Al Nahyan

Mohammed Al Nahyan may refer to any person in Al Nahyan, royal house of Abu Dhabi with Mohammed given name: Muhammad bin Shakhbut Al Nahyan, ruler of Abu Dhabi from 1816 to 1818, brother of the current UAE Presidents great-great grandfather Moham ...

Luv Is Rage

Luv Is Rage is the second mixtape by American rapper Lil Uzi Vert. It was released on October 30, 2015, by Generation Now and Atlantic Records. The mixtape features production from Don Cannon, Slade da Monsta, FKi, Sonny Digital, Maaly Raw, Wheez ...

Jack Stephens

Jack Stephens is the name of: Jack Stephens American football born 1939, American former football coach Jack Stephens cricketer 1913–1967, Australian cricketer Jack Stephens The Inbetweeners, minor character in British sitcom Inbetweeners Jack St ...

Victoria University

Victoria University may refer to: Victoria University, Toronto, a federated college of the University of Toronto University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Victoria University Uganda, a private university in Kampala, Uganda Victoria Univers ...

Mostaq Ahmad Chowdhury

Mostaq Ahmad Chowdhury Who is known as Mostaq Mia. Bangladesh Awami League politician. He was elected a member of parliament from Undivided Chittagong-17 in 1973 and Coxs Bazar-3 in 1991. He was the organizer of the Liberation War of Bangladesh.

Chhuti Khan

Khan held an inherited position. His father, Paragal Khan, and grandfather, Rasti Khan, were the previous military commander of the Bengal Sultanate and governor of the Northern Chittagong region. He was tasked with guarding the borders of the su ...

Sheikh Shahidur Rahman

Sheikh Shahidur Rahman is a Bangladeshi politician affiliated with the Workers Party of Bangladesh who served the Khulna-4 district as a member of the Jatiya Sangsad from 1986 to 1988.

Moktar Hossain

Moktar Hossain is a Bangladeshi politician affiliated with the Jatiya Party who served the Khulna-4 district as a member of the Jatiya Sangsad from 1988 to 1991.

Prafulla Kumar Shil

Prafulla Kumar Shil was a Bangladeshi academic and politician from Khulna belonging to Bangladesh Awami League. He was a member of the Jatiya Sangsad.

SM Abu Sayeed

SM Abu Sayeed is a Jatiya Party politician and the former Member of Parliament of Narail-1. He was the organizer of the Liberation War of Bangladesh.

Badol Khondokar

Khondokar was born on 27 May 1960. He directed films like Swapner Prithibi, Prithibi Tomar Amar, Sagorika, Abar Ekti Juddho, Prem Korechhi Besh Korechhi and Bidrohi Padma. These films are selected for preservation in Bangladesh Film Archive. His ...

Zafrul Hasan Farhad

Zafrul Hasan Farhad was a Bangladeshi politician from Barguna belonging to Jatiya Party. He was a member of the Jatiya Sangsad.