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Elizabeth Dent, Countess of Tullibardine

Elizabeth Dent, Countess of Tullibardine was an English aristocrat and landowner. She was the daughter of John Dent and Alice Grant. John Dent was originally from Leicester and became a salter and merchant in London. She married the veteran soldi ...

                                               

Julia (disambiguation)

Julia Venezuelan TV series, a 1983 Venevision TV series Julia Sesame Street, a Muppet character on the childrens television program Julia 1974 film, a 1974 erotic film from West Germany Julia Mexican TV series, a 1979 Televisa telenovela Julia 19 ...

                                               

Alouette

Alouette 1, a Canadian satellite launched in 1962 SNCASE Alouette, a utility helicopter developed in France in the early 1950s which was abandoned for development of the Alouette II Aerospatiale Alouette The Aerospatiale Alouette is a family of l ...

                                               

The Caves of Mount Chaya

The Caves of Mount Chaya is a short story by Pu Songling, first published in Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio.

                                               

Between Two Worlds

Between Two Worlds Paul McKenna Band album, 2009 Between Two Worlds, an album by Patrick OHearn "Between Two Worlds", a song from Disneys Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World Between Two Worlds Trip Lee album, 2010 "Between Two Worlds", a 1998 s ...

                                               

Help Wanted

Help Wanted Eric Avery album, 2008 debut solo album by Eric Avery "Help Wanted", a song from the 1997 album Funcrusher Plus by Company Flow "Help Wanted", 1968 single by The Ikettes Help Wanted The Chi-Lites album, 1998 album by The Chi-Lites "He ...

                                               

The Son of Laughter (novel)

The Son of Laughter is the twelfth novel by the American author and theologian, Frederick Buechner. The novel was first published in 1993 by Harper, San Francisco. In the same year it was named Book of the Year’ by the Conference on Christianity ...

                                               

Diki Tsering

Diki Tsering was the mother of three reincarnated Rinpoches/Lamas: the mother of Lhamo Thondup, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th reincarnated Dalai Lama, the mother of Thubten Jigme Norbu, the 6th reincarnated Taktser Rinpoche, and the mother of Tendzin C ...

                                               

Horace Mayhew (journalist)

He was born in London, son of Joshua Dorset Joseph Mayhew, a lawyer, and his wife Mary Ann Fenn. Henry Mayhew, a co-founder of the magazine Punch, and the writer Augustus Mayhew were brothers. He initially trained to be a lawyer, but turned to jo ...

                                               

Daniel Weihs

Daniel Weihs is the Israeli Louis and Lyra Richmond Chair of Life Sciences and Distinguished Professor Emeritus in Aeronautical Engineering at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, and the Head of its Autonomous Systems Program.

                                               

Romulo Espaldon

Romulo Mercader Espaldon is a Filipino military officer, civil servant, diplomat, and peace negotiator. He was the first naval officer to attain the rank of Rear Admiral in the Philippine Navy. He became overall military commander in Mindanao at ...

                                               

Brazil–São Tome and Principe relations

Brazil–São Tome and Principe relations refer to the bilateral relations between Brazil and São Tome and Principe. Both nations are members of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries.

                                               

Austria–Brazil relations

Austria–Brazil relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Republic of Austria and the Federative Republic of Brazil. Both nations are members of the United Nations.

                                               

Century Park Hotel

The Century Park Hotel, formerly the Century Park Sheraton Manila, is a hotel in Manila, Philippines. The hotel is hosted in a 19-storey building and has 478 rooms as of 2015.

                                               

United Arab Emirates Armed Forces Band

The United Arab Emirates Armed Forces Band is the official musical unit of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces. Since 1991, it has been under the direct command of the Armed Forces General Staff, rather than the United Arab Emirates Army. It is ...

                                               

Wang Wenjiao

Wang Wenjiao is an Indonesian-born Chinese retired badminton player and coach known as the "Godfather" of Chinese badminton. After winning a number of national championships in the 1950s, he served for 21 years as head coach of the China national ...

                                               

Lavina Williams

Lavina Rose Williams is a Music Artist and Musical Theatre Actrist. Lavina began her career as a member of the 1990s the girl group Ma-V-Elle. The group had multiple songs in the NZ music charts included "Never Say Goodbye", "Freedom", "Show Me H ...

                                               

Julius Rodriguez

Rodriguez’s music integrates elements from jazz, avant-garde, R&B, hip-hop and pop music. He has drawn inspiration from The Bad Plus, Vijay Iyer and Jason Moran to find novel ways of integrating music outside of the jazz canon, including musi ...

                                               

Timeline of crystallography

1783 – Jean-Baptiste L. Rome de lIsle in the second edition of his Cristallographie uses the contact goniometer to discover the law of constant interfacial angles: angles are constant and characteristic for crystals of the same chemical substance ...

                                               

Dorothy (crater)

Dorothy Crater is the official name used to describe two features in the solar system; an impact crater on Venus, and a large impact basin on Plutos moon, Charon.

                                               

Planet-hosting stars

This article describes the correlations between stars characteristics and the characteristics of the planets that orbit them, and other connections between stars and their planets.

                                               

Fukuoka family murder case

The Fukuoka family murder case refers to the robbery-murder case, perpetrated by three Chinese international students, which occurred in the Higashi-ku ward of Fukuoka, Japan on June 18th, 2003.

                                               

Protected areas of the Sierra Nevada

The protected areas of the Sierra Nevada, a major mountain range located in the U.S. states of California and Nevada, are numerous and highly diverse. Like the mountain range itself, these areas span hundreds of miles along the length of the rang ...

                                               

List of New York City parks relating to Hispanic and Latino American culture

Within the city-operated parks system of New York City, there are many parks that are either named after individuals of Hispanic and Latin American descent, or contain monuments relating to the cultures of Spain and Latin America.

                                               

Madonna Staunton

Madonna Staunton was born in Murwillumbah in 1938 and died in Brisbane in 2019. Staunton is recognised for her contributions to Australian Modernism over five decades. Studying in Brisbane under Bronwyn Thomas, Staunton was quickly recognised as ...

                                               

Oprahs Bank Account

Oprahs Bank Account is a song by American rappers Lil Yachty and DaBaby featuring Canadian rapper Drake and produced by Earl on the Beat. It was released by Quality Control on March 9, 2020, alongside a "comedic" video, where Lil Yachty portrays ...

                                               

Bert van de Kamp

Van de Kamp was born in Rotterdam. In 1972 he won the Wordt Popjournalist en Vlieg naar Londen! a prize that allowed the winner to become a pop music journalist and fly to London, resulting in his first story: an interview with John Entwistle of ...

                                               

Gary Lippman

Gary Lippman is an American film producer, author, journalist, and attorney. Lippmans journalistic work has been published in The New York Times, The Paris Review, Vice, and more. He produced the film Vinyl in 2012, and his debut novel Set the Co ...

                                               

Doomsday Ballet

Doomsday Ballet is the third album of Australian band Bad Dreems. Released in October 2019, it peaked at number 38 in the Australian Charts, their third consecutive album to reach the top 40.

                                               

Inspector General report on the Crossfire Hurricane investigation

Review of Four FISA Applications and Other Aspects of the FBIs Crossfire Hurricane Investigation is a report by the United States Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General which was released on December 9, 2019 by Inspector General Mi ...

                                               

The Apprentice

An apprentice is someone who is in training for a trade, profession or in the context of the British abolition of slavery an obligatory status whereby the former slave was forced to labour for three quarters of the time for their former owner. Th ...

                                               

Taras Shevchenko (disambiguation)

Taras Shevchenko was a Ukrainian writer, artist, and political figure. Taras Shevchenko may also refer to: MS Taras Shevchenko 1966, a former cruise ship operated by the Soviet Unions Black Sea Shipping Company, scrapped in 2005 Taras Shevchenko ...

                                               

How sweet the name of Jesus sounds

How sweet the name of Jesus sounds is a hymn by the evangelical Anglican cleric John Newton. It was published in Olney Hymns in 1779. Of a metaphorical nature, it focuses on the power of the name of Jesus. It is often sung to the tune of Saint Pe ...

                                               

Church of the Holy Name of Jesus (disambiguation)

The Church of the Holy Name of Jesus is the mother church of the Society of Jesus. Church of the Holy Name of Jesus or Holy Name of Jesus Church may also refer to:

                                               

Jesus Sanchez

Jesus Sanchez may refer to: Jesus Sanchez boxer, Dominican Republic boxer Jesus Sanchez volleyball born 1968, Spanish former volleyball player Jesus Sanchez racewalker born 1976, Mexican race walker Jesus Sanchez Garcia born 1989, Mexican footbal ...

                                               

Jesus Hernandez

Jesus Hernandez may refer to: Jesus Sanoja Hernandez 1930–2007, Venezuelan journalist, historian and writer Jesus Hernandez footballer born 1993, Venezuelan footballer Jesus Hernandez ubeda 1959-1996, Spanish cyclist Jesus Fernandez Hernandez bor ...

                                               

Jesus Castro

Jesus Castro Jesus Castro actor 1993, Spanish actor, star of El Niño Jesus Castro Romani 1983, Spanish basketball player Humberto Jesus Castro Garcia 1957, Cuban painter Jesus Castro Mexican footballer, Mexican unused reserve on Mexicos 1930 Worl ...

                                               

Edmund Tudor, Duke of Somerset (1499-1500)

Edmund Tudor, 1st Duke of Somerset was an English prince, and the sixth child of King Henry VII of England and his wife, Elizabeth of York. He was styled from birth Duke of Somerset, but never formally created a peer.

                                               

Robert Dillon, 2nd Earl Roscommon

Robert was born in Ireland, the eldest son of James Dillon and his wife Helen Barnewall, also called Elinor. His birth year can be estimated at about 1685. His father was the 1st Earl of Roscommon. His family was Old English and descended from Si ...

                                               

Ann Bartuska

Ann M. Bartuska is an ecologist and biologist. She is a senior advisor at Resources for the Future and a former Deputy Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics at the United States Department of Agriculture and former USDA Chief Sci ...

                                               

Wolfson family

The Wolfson family is a British-Jewish family known for its business, philanthropic, and political activities. The family owes its initial fame to Sir Isaac Wolfson who built the Great Universal Stores retail empire and created the Wolfson Founda ...

                                               

Oreobolus pectinatus

Oreobolus pectinatus is a species of flowering plant in the sedge family that is native to the subantarctic islands, and to the North and South Islands of New Zealand. The specific epithet derives from the Latin, pectin/pectinis, and refers to th ...

                                               

Marsippospermum gracile

It is a densely tufted, rhizomatomous plant, whose rhizomes are about 5 mm in diameter and horizontal in plants on the South Island ascending in plants from Auckland and Campbell Is. The stems are 8-40 cm by 0.5 mm., and crowded on the rhizome wi ...

                                               

Abrotanella rosulata

Hooker describes it as "a small, densely tufted, moss-like herb", with stems that are 1–1.5 inches 2.5–3.8 cm high. The leaves overlap, and are recurved, rigid, and leathery. They are 1/4-1/3 in long, narrow ovate or lanceolate, acute, concave ab ...

                                               

Juncus antarcticus

It is a dwarf perennial which forms cushions and has well-developed rhizomes and stolons. The culms are erect, smooth, and 0.5–5 cm high, both slightly shorter and slightly exceeding the leaves in length. The leaves are borne on the more or less ...

                                               

2020 in paleoichthyology

This list of fossil fishes described in 2020 is a list of new taxa of jawless vertebrates, placoderms, acanthodians, fossil cartilaginous fishes, bony fishes, and other fishes of every kind that were described during the year 2020, as well as oth ...

                                               

Avibase

Avibase is an online taxonomic database that organizes bird taxonomic and distribution data globally. At its core, the database relies on the notion of taxonomic concepts. rather than taxonomic names. Avibase incorporates and organizes taxonomic ...

                                               

William Ware Peck

William Ware Peck was an American jurist who served as a Justice of the Territorial Wyoming Supreme Court from December 14, 1877 to January 11, 1882. Born in Burlington, Vermont, he graduated from the University of Vermont in 1841, and received a ...

                                               

Harold Louis Wright

Wright was born in 1929 in Boston, Massachusetts. He was educated at the Boston public schools and later at the New England Conservatory of Music. He also studied at Boston University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts. He enrolled for theolog ...

                                               

Naanum En Jamunavum

Naanum En Jamunavum is a 2013 Tamil language film co-directed by Gururaja and Jayatamil. The film stars Jeyanth, Poulami, and Mukesh in the lead roles.