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  • Holy Brook, Devon
    Holy Brook is a tributary of the River Dart in Devon, England. It rises on the eastern flank of the 495 m (1,624 ft)-high hill of Snowdon on Dartmoor, at grid reference SX678687. It was once a much longer stream, but…
  • Brandon Thompson (American football)
    Brandon Thompson (born October 19, 1989) is a former American footballdefensive tackle. He played college football at Clemson and was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft. American football defensive tackle Brandon Thompson…
  • Im Kwon-taek
    Im Kwon-taek (born May 2, 1936) is one of South Korea’s most renowned film directors. In an active and prolific career, his films have won many domestic and international film festival awards as well as considerable box-office success, and helped…
  • Lord Lonsdale’s ninepins
    Lord Lonsdale’s ninepins, Sir James’s ninepins, or Lowther’s ninepins, was a derogatory label applied to certain Members of Parliament during the Georgian era who owed their Parliamentary seats to the patronage of James Lowther, 1st Earl of Lonsdale (1736–1802). Sir…
  • The Sea Cabinet
    The Sea Cabinet is a song cycle and musical theatre piece by British singer-songwriter Gwyneth Herbert about “memory, obsession, love, and the sea”.[5] It is also the title of her sixth album, featuring a studio performance of the song cycle,[1]…
  • Mat Brooke
    Mathew Etter Brooke[1] is the lead singer of American rock band Grand Archives and a former member of the bands Band of Horses and Carissa’s Wierd. Mat Brooke Mat with Grand Archives in London, February 5, 2010 Background information Birth…
  • Wise Children
    Wise Children (1991) was the last novel written by Angela Carter.[1] The novel follows the fortunes of twin chorus girls, Dora and Nora Chance,[2] and their bizarre theatrical family. It explores the subversive nature of fatherhood, the denying of which…
  • Exile on Main St. (Supernatural)
    “Exile on Main St.” is the first episode of the sixth season of paranormaldrama television series Supernatural and the 105th overall. The episode was written by new showrunner Sera Gamble and directed by executive producer Phil Sgriccia. It was first…
  • Torosaurus
    Torosaurus (“perforated lizard”, in reference to the large openings in its frill) is a genus of herbivorous ceratopsiddinosaur that lived during the late Maastrichtian stage of the Cretaceous period, between 68 and 66 million years ago, though it is possible…
  • USS Guadalcanal (LPH-7)
    USS Guadalcanal (LPH-7), the third Iwo Jima-classamphibious assault ship (helicopter), was launched by the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard 16 March 1963, sponsored by Zola Shoup, wife of General Shoup, the former Commandant of the Marine Corps; and commissioned 20 July 1963,…
  • Portage Ceramic Awards
    The annual Portage Ceramic Awards is New Zealand’s premier ceramics event. Established in 2001, the awards are funded by The Trusts Charitable Foundation and administered by Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery (formerly Lopdell House Gallery). A national award, the Portage…
  • Amrinder Gill discography
    Indian actor, singer, songwriter, and film producer Amrinder Gill has released over eight studio albums, fifteen singles, and fifty-seven songs in film soundtracks. He made his singing debut in 1999, in program Kala Doria with his track “Sanu Ishq Ho…
  • Lautoka
    Lautoka is in Fiji. . . . Lautoka . . . Fiji’s second largest city by population, Lautoka is in the middle of the country’s sugarcane belt and is known as the Sugar City. As such, it has been not…
  • 2016 China International Suzhou – Doubles
    Lee Hsin-han and Denys Molchanov were the defending champions but chose not to defend their title. Doubles 2016 China International Suzhou Champions Mikhail ElginAlexander Kudryavtsev Runners-up Andrea ArnaboldiJonathan Eysseric Final score 4–6, 6–1, [10–7] Events Singles Doubles ← 2015 · China International Suzhou…
  • Benjamin Foulois
    Benjamin Delahauf Foulois (December 9, 1879[1] – April 25, 1967) was a United States Army general who learned to fly the first military planes purchased from the Wright brothers. He became the first military aviator as an airship pilot, and…
  • Leopold Ross
    Leopold “Leo” Ross is an English musician, record producer, recording engineer and music programmer. British musician and record producer This biography of a living personneeds additional citations for verification. (January 2011) Leopold Ross Also known as Leo Ross Occupation(s) Musician,…
  • Alfredo Perl
    Alfredo Perl (born in Santiago de Chile in 1965) is a Chilean–German classical pianist and conductor,[1] best known in the United Kingdom, Australia and Germany. He is best known for his recitals of Beethoven‘s sonatas.[2] He is the current conductor…
  • Black-striped sparrow
    The black-striped sparrow (Arremonops conirostris) is a passerinebird found from eastern Honduras to western Ecuador, northern Brazil, and Venezuela. Species of bird This article includes a list of general references, but it remains largely unverified because it lacks sufficient corresponding…
  • A Ceremony of Carols
    A Ceremony of Carols,Op. 28, is an extended choral composition for Christmas by Benjamin Britten. scored for three-part treble chorus, solo voices, and harp. The text, structured in eleven movements, is taken from The English Galaxy of Shorter Poems, edited…
  • Matt Le Tissier
    Matthew Paul Le Tissier (/ləˈtɪsieɪ/; born 14 October 1968) is a football television pundit and former professional footballer. Born in Guernsey, he won eight caps for the England national team. English association football player and television pundit Matt Le Tissier…
  • Amy MacMahon
    Amy MacMahon (born 7 June 1986) is a member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland representing the Greens for the seat of South Brisbane. She has experience as a teacher and sociologist, holding several degrees including a PhD from the…
  • Jill Billings
    Jill Billings (born January 19, 1962) is a former teacher, member of the La Crosse Countyboard of supervisors, and Democratic member of the Wisconsin State Assembly, first elected to represent the 95th district in a 2011 special election. She represents…
  • Tailor’s bunion
    Tailor’s bunion is a condition caused as a result of inflammation of the fifth metatarsal bone at the base of the little toe.[1] Medical condition Tailor‘s bunion Other names Bunionette or Digitus quintus varus Radiograph showing a tailor’s bunion Specialty…
  • Sievierodonetsk
    Sievierodonetsk (Ukrainian: Сєвєродоне́цьк[ˌsʲеw(j)erɔdɔˈnɛt͡sʲk]), Siverskodonetsk (Ukrainian: Сіверськодоне́цьк[ˌsʲivɛrsʲkɔdɔˈnɛt͡sʲk]) is a city in the Luhansk Oblast of Ukraine. Sievierodonetsk has the status of a city of regional significance, It is located nearby the Seversky Donets River, approximately 110 km (68 mi) to the north north…
  • 2008 Pacific-10 Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament
    The 2008 Pacific Life Pacific-10 Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament was held between March 12 and March 15, 2008 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. All ten schools in the conference qualified for the tournament. Number one seed UCLA defeated number…
  • Secret Rocks, South Australia
    Secret Rocks is a locality in the Australian state of South Australia located on the Eyre Peninsula about 36 kilometres (22 miles) to the east of the town of Kimba and about 227 kilometres (141 miles) north west of the…
  • Cupp v. Murphy
    Cupp v. Murphy, 412 U.S. 291 (1973), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court upheld a murder conviction notwithstanding a challenge that the evidence upon which guilt was based was obtained in violation of the Fourth…
  • Jain literature
    Jain literature refers to the literature of the Jain religion. It is a vast and ancient literary tradition, which was initially transmitted orally. The oldest surviving material is contained in the canonical Jain Agamas, which are written in Ardhamagadhi, a…
  • Gloucester County, New Jersey
    Gloucester County (/ˈɡlɒstər/) is a county located in the U.S. state of New Jersey. As of the 2020 United States Census, the county’s population was 302,294, as the state’s 14th-most populous county, and representing an increase of 14,006 (4.9%) from…
  • Leo Szilard
    Leo Szilard (/ˈsɪlɑːrd/; Hungarian: Szilárd Leó, pronounced [ˈsilaːrd ˈlɛoː]; born Leó Spitz; February 11, 1898 – May 30, 1964) was a Hungarian-American physicist and inventor. He conceived the nuclear chain reaction in 1933, patented the idea of a nuclear fission reactor…
  • Mexico City/Xochimilco
    Xochimilco is to the south of Mexico City, and gives a glimpse at the effects of rushed urbanization over the years. It’s a great place for tourists. Together with the historical center of Mexico City it forms a UNESCO World…
  • GoBots: Battle of the Rock Lords
    Challenge of the GoBots: Battle of the Rock Lords, also known as simply GoBots: Battle of the Rock Lords, Challenge of the GoBots: Rock Lords or GoBots: Rock Lords, is a 1986 American animated film based on the Gobots line…
  • Brussels
    Brussels (French: Bruxelles, Dutch: Brussel) is the capital of Belgium and one of the three administrative regions within the country, together with Flanders and Wallonia. Apart from its role within its country, it is also an internationally important city, hosting…
  • List of lakes of Ouachita County, Arkansas
    There are at least 44 named lakes and reservoirs in Ouachita County, Arkansas. Wikipedia list article Map all coordinates using:OpenStreetMap  Download coordinates as:KML . . . List of lakes of Ouachita County, Arkansas . . . Bacon Lake, 33°48′01″N092°52′31″W, el….
  • Miguel Vila Luna
    Miguel Eduardo “Micky” Vila Luna (July 7, 1943 – April 1, 2005) was an architect and painter from the Dominican Republic. Miguel Vila Luna was born in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic on July 7, 1943. His parents were…
  • Pre-classical Arabic
    Pre-Classical Arabic is the cover term for all varieties of Arabic spoken in the Arabian Peninsula until immediately after the Arab conquests in the 7th century C.E. Scholars disagree about the status of these varieties.[1] Early period of Arabic language…
  • Yandangshan
    Yandangshan is a national forest park, national geopark, and UNESCO Global Geopark located in China’s Zhejiang Province, Wenzhou City, Yueqing City, located in Yongjia county and parts of Wenling city. It is about 300 km away from Hangzhou and 70…
  • SMS Falke (1865)
    SMS Falke[lower-alpha 1] was an aviso of the North German Federal Navy and later the German Imperial Navy that was built in the mid-1860s. Originally built on speculation as a blockade runner for the Confederate States of America during the…
  • Mae Nam
    Mae Nam is a beach and a district on Ko Samui’s north shore. . . . Mae Nam . . . Mae Nam is known for it’s 7 km stretch of beach. The beach has white sand and is lined…
  • 1975–1976 Washington Post pressmen’s strike
    The 1975–1976 Washington Post pressmen’s strike was a strike action by The Washington Post’spressmen. The strike began on October 1, 1975. The Washington Post hired replacement workers to replace the union in December 1975. The last unions supporting the pressmen’s…
  • Circleville
    Circleville is a city in the Miami – Scioto basins in Ohio. . . . Circleville . . . Map of Circleville Circleville lies on US23 The Ted Lewis Museum, 133 W Main St, e-mail: info@tedlewismuseum.org. +1 740-477-3630. (updated Nov…
  • France Davis Cup team
    The France men’s national tennis team (French: Équipe de France de Coupe Davis) represents France in Davis Cuptennis competition, and is governed by the Fédération Française de Tennis. France competed in their first Davis Cup in 1904. France is the…
  • Blue Lantern Corps
    The Blue Lantern Corps is a fictional organization appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, beginning in 2007 in Green Lantern vol. 4 #25 (December 2007) by Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver.[1] Their powers, similar to those…
  • St Dominick, Harrowbarrow and Kelly Bray (electoral division)
    St Dominick, Harrowbarrow and Kelly Bray (Cornish: Sen Domynek, Kelliskovarnek ha Kellivrygh)[1] was an electoral division of Cornwall in the United Kingdom which returned one member to sit on Cornwall Council between 2013 and 2021. It was abolished at the…
  • ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7
    ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7 Software and systems engineering is a standardization subcommittee of the Joint Technical Committee ISO/IEC JTC 1 of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), that develops and facilitates standards within the…
  • Kathi Kappal
    Kathi Kappal (English: Paper Boat) is a 2008Tamilthriller film written and directed by Dinesh Selvaraj. The film features Anoop Kumar, Meera Vasudevan and Poornitha in lead roles, with Chandrabose, Thalaivasal Vijay, Prem, Thennavan, Jayaprakasam, Sakthivel and Vinoth Kumar playing supporting…
  • Va (film)
    Va (Tamil: வ; Tamil numeral for 1/4; working title: Va Quarter Cutting) is a 2010 Indian Tamil-language black comedy film written and directed by Pushkar-Gayathri. It stars Shiva, SPB Charan and Lekha Washington , with Kalyan, John Vijay and Abhinayashree…
  • Mecca
    Once a dusty desert town, Mecca, in what is now Saudi Arabia, is today the real Mecca for Muslims. Other than being the foremost place of pilgrimage for Muslims worldwide, it is the cultural capital of the Islamic world and…
  • Lectionary 238
    Lectionary 238, designated by siglumℓ238 (in the Gregory-Aland numbering) is a Greek manuscript of the New Testament, on parchment. Palaeographically it has been assigned to the 11th century. Scrivener labelled it by 254evl.[1] The manuscript contents are not complex. It…
  • One Year
    One Year is the debut solo studio album by English singer-songwriter Colin Blunstone, a member of the Zombies. It was released by Epic Records in 1971. It includes “Say You Don’t Mind”, which peaked at number 15 on the UK…
  • Esteban Toledo
    Esteban Toledo (born 10 September 1962) is a Mexicanprofessional golfer, who was a member of the PGA Tour in 1994 and 1998–2004 and has also spent many years playing on the second tier Nationwide Tour (now known as Korn Ferry…
  • John Edmund Sharrock Moore
    John Edmund Sharrock MooreARCS (10 May 1870 – 15 January 1947) was an Englishbiologist, best known for being co-publisher of the term meiosis and leading two expeditions to Tanganyika. English biologist (1870–1947) John Edmund Sharrock Moore Born John Edmund Shorec…
  • 9 Argyle Place, Millers Point
    9 Argyle Place is a heritage-listed residence and commercial building at 9 Argyle Place, Millers Point, City of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It was built in 1910. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on…
  • List of diplomats of Great Britain to the Republic of Genoa
    List of diplomats from the Kingdom of England and Great Britain to the Republic of Genoa This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (February 2011) Wikipedia list article . . . List of diplomats of Great…
  • Another Life (1981 TV series)
    Another Life is an American television soap opera produced and broadcast by The Christian Broadcasting Network from June 1, 1981 to October 5, 1984. It was co-created by Roy Winsor and Bob Aaron, and ran for 875 episodes. It attempted…
  • Independent College, Homerton
    Independent College, later Homerton Academy, was a dissenting academy in Homerton just outside London, England, in the 18th and early 19th centuries. . . . Independent College, Homerton . . . In 1695 the Congregational Fund was set up in…
  • Southern Thailand
    Southern Thailand includes many of Thailand‘s most famous resorts on both the west-facing Andaman Sea coastline, and the east-facing Gulf of Thailand coast south of Chumphon. WARNING: Because of politically-motivated violent incidents and violent crime taking place on nearly a…
  • The Texan (TV series)
    The Texan is a Westerntelevision series starring popular B movie actor Rory Calhoun, which aired on the CBStelevision network from 1958 to 1960.[1][2] US television series This article needs additional citations for verification. (October 2007) The Texan Genre Western Written…
  • Isoetes engelmannii
    Isoetes engelmannii is a species of aquatic plant in the family Isoetaceae.[2] It is referred to by the common names Engelmann’s quillwort or Appalachian quillwort (not to be confused with the newly described Isoetes appalachiana), and is the most widely…
  • Northern Interior (Uruguay)
    The Northern Interior of Uruguay is a land of ranchers, cattle, and horses. Between the streams, hills, and hot springs of the sparsely populated departments of Artigas, Paysandú, Rivera, Salto, and Tacuarembó, life can feel a world away from Montevideo….
  • Albion (New York)
    Albion is in Orleans County and was founded in 1812. Map of Albion (New York) Pullman Memorial Universalist Church . . . Albion (New York) . . . Albion has a nice sampling of well-preserved historic buildings and monuments for…
  • Town-class cruiser (1936)
    The Town class consisted of 10 light cruisers built for the Royal Navy during the 1930s. The Towns were designed to the constraints imposed by the London Naval Treaty of 1930. The ships were built in three distinct sub-classes, the…
  • Wallaroo
    Wallaroo is a coastal town on the western side of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia and is a popular tourist destination. Along with Kadina and Moonta, Wallaroo forms the Copper Coast, formerly known as the Copper Triangle. . . ….
  • Tushara
    The kingdom of Tushara according to Ancient Indian literature, such as the epic Mahabharata was a land located beyond north-west India. In the Mahabharata, its inhabitants, known as the Tusharas, are depicted as mlechchas (“barbarians”) and fierce warriors. For the…
  • Sadko
    Sadko (Russian: Садко) is the principal character in an East Slavic epic bylina. He was an adventurer, merchant, and gusli musician from Novgorod. Principal character in an East Slavic epic bylina For other uses, see Sadko (disambiguation). Sadko, Palekh miniature…
  • Saugus
    Saugus is a town in Massachusetts. . . . Saugus . . . Route 1 Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority operates buses from Boston and other parts of the Greater Boston area. 42.467998-71.0086981 Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site, 244 Central…
  • The World At Night
    The World At Night (TWAN) is an international project to produce and present a collection of high-quality photos, videos, and virtual reality (VR) images of the night sky taken at various natural, cultural, and historic locations worldwide.[1] For the novel…
  • Ostia
    Ostia is in Lazio, Italy, close to Rome’s major airport of Fiumicino. This article covers both the archaeological site Ostia Antica at the south-western end of Rome’s district with the same name, and the nearby beach area Lido di Ostia…
  • Amble
    Amble is a town on the North Sea coast of Northumberland, England, at the mouth of the River Coquet; Coquet Island is visible from its beaches and harbour. In 2011, it had a population of 6,025.[1] For other uses, see…
  • 2004 UEC European Track Championships
    The 2004 European Track Championships were the European Championships for track cycling, for junior and under 23 riders. They took place in Valencia, Spain.[1] 2004 UEC European Track Championships Venue Valencia, Spain Events 29+3 ← 2003 2005 → . . . 2004…
  • 2016 in American soccer
    The 2016 season was the 104th season of competitive soccer in the United States. Soccer in the United States Season 2016 Men’s soccer Supporters’ Shield FC Dallas NASL New York Cosmos USL New York Red Bulls II NPSL AFC Cleveland…
  • Narmada Canal
    The Narmada Canal is a contour canal in Western India that brings water from the Sardar Sarovar Dam to the state of Gujarat and then into Rajasthan state. The main canal has a length of 532 kilometres (331 mi) (458 kilometres…
  • The Life and Times of a Sentinel
    The Life and Times of a Sentinel (Traditional Chinese: 紫禁驚雷) is a 2011 Hong Kong historical-fiction television drama produced by Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB), starring Steven Ma and Kenneth Ma as the main leads, with Leung Choi-yuen serving as the…
  • FBK Voss
    Fotballklubben Voss is a Norwegianassociation football club from Vossevangen, Hordaland. Norwegian sports club Football club FBK Voss Full name Fotballklubben Voss Founded 26 September 1921 Ground Prestegardsmoen,Vossevangen Chairman Bjørn Lydvo Manager Bjarte Bergstrøm (women) Petter Fossmark (men) League First Division…
  • Heinz Vroomen
    Heinz Vroomen (24 November 1918 – 3 October 2003) was a Dutch footballer.[1] He played in one match for the Netherlands national football team in 1940.[2] Dutch footballer Heinz Vroomen Personal information Date of birth (1918-11-24)24 November 1918 Date of…
  • Jack Burnham
    Jack Wesley Burnham Jr. (born New York City, November 13, 1931 – February 25, 2019) was an American writer on art and technology, who taught art history at Northwestern University and the University of Maryland. He is one of the…
  • Hyakusai-ji
    Hyakusai-ji (百済寺) is a Buddhist temple in the Hyakusaiji neighborhood of the city of Higashiōmi, Shiga Prefecture, Japan. It belongs to the Tendai school of Japanese Buddhism, and together with Kongōrin-ji and Saimyō-ji is regard as one of the “Three…
  • Pisa Moorings
    Pisa Moorings is a small town in the Central Otago District of Otago region of New Zealand’s South Island. It is located between Lake Dunstan on its east and State Highway 6 on its west. Cromwell is 9 km southwest and…
  • Quentin Loh
    Quentin Loh Sze-On is a Singaporean judge who sits on the High Court of Singapore and the Supreme Court of Fiji. Singaporean judge Quentin Loh Sze-On 罗赐安 Judge of the Supreme Court of Fiji Incumbent Assumed office 15 August 2018…
  • Swami Sarvapriyananda
    Swami Sarvapriyananda is a Hindu monk (sannyasi) belonging to the Ramakrishna Order. He is the current resident Swami and head of the Vedanta Society of New York, a position he has been serving since January 2017.[1] This article has multiple…
  • Avenger Penguins
    Avenger Penguins is a British animated series produced by Cosgrove Hall Films and Granada Television in 1993, and animated by both Alfonso Productions, a Spanish-based animation studio also responsible for bringing Cosgrove Hall’s show Fantomcat to life, and in-house by…
  • Louisville Cardinals men’s soccer
    The Louisville Cardinals men’s soccer team represents the University of Louisville in all NCAA Division I men’s college soccer competitions. The team presently competes in the Atlantic Coast Conference.[2] The team currently plays in the soccer-specificLynn Stadium on the campus.[3]…
  • YMCA Press
    YMCA-Press is a publishing house originally established by the YMCA and located in Paris, also known as Librairie des Editeurs Réunis (bookstore) or Centreculturel Alexandre Soljenitsyne (cultural centre).[1][2]. YMCA Press Trade name Editions YMCA-Press, Les Editeurs Réunis, Centre culturel Alexandre…
  • West Ham South (UK Parliament constituency)
    West Ham South was a parliamentary constituency in the County Borough of West Ham, in what was then Essex but is now Greater London. It returned one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons of the Parliament of…
  • Trevor Taylor (racing driver)
    Trevor Taylor (26 December 1936 – 27 September 2010) was a British motor racing driver from England. This article needs additional citations for verification. (October 2014) Trevor Taylor Born (1936-12-26)26 December 1936 Died 27 September 2010(2010-09-27) (aged 73) Formula One World…
  • Gino M. Santos
    Gino M. Santos (born November 12, 1989) is a Filipino film director and producer. They also teach at CIIT College of Arts and Technology. Filipino film director and producer (born 1989) Gino M. Santos Born Gino Martin Martinez Santos (1989-11-12)…
  • Dugald McCarrison
    Dugald McFarlane McCarrison (born 22 December 1969 in Lanark) is a Scottish former footballer. A product of Celtic Boys Club, he went on to play with a number of clubs both professional and amateur. Scottish footballer Dugald McCarrison Personal information…
  • Methoni, Pieria
    Methoni (Greek: Μεθώνη Πιερίας) is a village and a former municipality in Pieria regional unit, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Pydna-Kolindros, of which it is a municipal unit.[2] Place in Greece Methoni…
  • Evidence (Josh Baldwin album)
    Evidence is the fourth studio album by American Christian musicianJosh Baldwin. The album was released on October 2, 2020, by Bethel Music.[1] The album was produced by Ed Cash, David Leonard, Brad King and Seth Talley. 2020 studio album by…
  • Eric Northman
    Eric Northman is a fictional character in The Southern Vampire Mysteries, a series of thirteen books written by New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris. He is a vampire, slightly over one thousand years old, and is first introduced in…
  • El señor doctor
    El señor doctor (aka Mr. Doctor) is a 1965 Mexican comedy film directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring Cantinflas,[1][2] alongside Marta Romero and Miguel Ángel Álvarez. 1965 Mexican film El señor doctor Directed by Miguel M. Delgado Written by…
  • A Rape in Cyberspace
    “A Rape in Cyberspace, or How an Evil Clown, a Haitian Trickster Spirit, Two Wizards, and a Cast of Dozens Turned a Database into a Society” is an article written by freelance journalist Julian Dibbell and first published in The…
  • Virginia Civil Procedure
    Virginia civil procedure is the body of law that sets out the rules and standards that Virginia courts follow when adjudicating civil lawsuits (as opposed to procedures in criminal law matters). Professor W. Hamilton Bryson is the preeminent master and…
  • Alpha Omega Epsilon
    Alpha Omega Epsilon (ΑΩΕ) is a social and professionalsorority for women in engineering and technical sciences. The sorority was founded by twenty-seven female engineering students at Marquette University on November 13, 1983, and four months later on March 22, 1984,…
  • Hermann Gallos
    Hermann Gallos (21 January 1886 – 20 February 1957) was an Austrian operatic tenor and academic teacher. He was a long-standing ensemble member of the Vienna State Opera and performed regularly at the Salzburg Festival from 1922 to 1950, in…
  • Raw Sylk
    Raw Sylk is the debut studio album by American rapper Sylk-E. Fyne. It was released on March 24, 1998 through RCA Records with Gerald ‘Big Yam’ Baillergeau and Victor ‘Vino’ Merritt producing the entire album.[1] Professional ratings Review scores Source…
  • Whitby (Ontario)
    Whitby, a suburb directly west of Oshawa, is in the heart of the Durham region, 48 km (30 mi) east of Toronto, in the eastern part of the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario. It has a population of 128,000 people…
  • Mahmut Yavuz
    Mahmut Yavuz (born 1982) is a Turkish Navy officer, who serves, currently[when?] as a lieutenant, in the SAT Commando (Underwater Attack) unit of the Marines and Special Forces. He is best known for his successful career as an ultramarathon runner…
  • Shooting of Charles Vacca
    On August 25, 2014, 39-year-old Charles Vacca was accidentally shot and killed while instructing a nine-year-old girl in how to shoot a Mini-Uzi.[1] The accident occurred at the Arizona Last Stop Gun Range (also known as “Bullets and Burgers”) in…
  • Joseph Edgar Chamberlin
    Joseph Edgar “J. E.” or “Ed” Chamberlin (August 6, 1851 – July 6, 1935) was an American journalist, columnist, essayist, and editor whose work appeared in newspapers in Chicago, Boston, and New York, as well as in national magazines and…
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