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Riviere aux Outardes Est

The Riviere aux Outardes Est is a tributary of the riviere aux Outardes. This cross-border river between Canada and the United States crosses: the municipalities of Franklin, Ormstown and Hinchinbrooke, in the Le Haut-Saint-Laurent Regional Count ...

                                               

So Far from God

So Far from God is a novel written by Ana Castillo, first published in 1993 by W. W. Norton & Company. It is set in a town in New Mexico called Tome and revolves around the lives of Sofia and her four daughters: Esperanza, Fe, Caridad and La Loca ...

                                               

Prodromus Coptus

Prodromus Coptus sive Aegyptiacus was a 1636 work by the Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher. It was published in Rome by the Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith and dedicated to the Prefect of the Congregation, Cardinal Francesco ...

                                               

Adult chat (television)

Adult chat television channels and programs are a format of phone-in live television programming that has developed in Europe since 2002, often having elements similar to webcam modelling and softcore pornography. Adult chat channels were noted i ...

                                               

Casasola Archive

The Casasola Archive is a photographic archive of Mexican history and culture, the foundational collection of the photo archive, Fototeca Nacional, administered by the Mexican government. The archive contains important historical photos from the ...

                                               

Bavaria (disambiguation)

Germany Kingdom of Bavaria 1805 to 1918 Bavarian Soviet Republic 1919, a short-lived Communist state Duchy of Bavaria 907 – 1623 Electorate of Bavaria 1623 – 1805 Bavaria, one of the 16 federal states of Germany Italy Bavaria Nervesa della Battag ...

                                               

Treaty of Constantinople

Treaty of Constantinople or Treaty of Istanbul may refer to the following treaties signed in Constantinople: Treaty of Constantinople 1881, between the Ottoman Empire and the Kingdom of Greece Treaty of Constantinople 1479, between the Ottoman Em ...

                                               

Greenlink Rotary Park Trail System

Greenlink Rotary Park Trail System is a Canadian urban park located in the community of Sydney, part of Nova Scotias Cape Breton Regional Municipality. The park incorporates the Greenlink Trail System, the Rotary Park Off Leash Park, as well as a ...

                                               

Secretary of Defense-Empowered Cross-Functional Teams

Secretary of Defense-Empowered Cross-Functional Teams are specialized organizations within the Department of Defense, authorized by Section 911 of the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act. The SECDEF CFTs are designed to help the Department im ...

                                               

Restaurant Trade Union

The Restaurant Trade Union was a trade union representing hospitality and food manufacturing workers in Denmark. The union was founded in 1990, when the Danish Brewery, Liquor and Mineral Water Workers Federation merged with the Danish Hotel and ...

                                               

Tombstone (disambiguation)

Tombstone Municipal Airport Tombstone, Arizona, U.S. Tombstone mountain, Oregon, U.S. Tombstone Hill, Antarctica Tombstone Mountain, in the Canadian Rockies Tombstone Territorial Park, Yukon, Canada

                                               

Clementine (disambiguation)

A clementine is a hybrid citrus fruit, a cross between a mandarin and an orange. Clementine may also refer to: Clementine given name, a female given name, derivative of Clement. Clementine Maersk, a 2002 container ship Clementine, Missouri, place ...

                                               

Indra (disambiguation)

Indra III 914 – 929, a king of the Indian Rashtrakuta dynasty who ruled after Krishna II Indra comics, fictional comic book character Indra Sahdan Daud, a Singaporean footballer Indra IV 973 – 982, a king of the Indian Rashtrakuta dynasty who rul ...

                                               

Nummi (Uusimaa)

Nummi is a former municipality of Finland. On the 1st of January 1981 Nummi merged with Pusula and formed the municipality of Nummi-Pusula. In the beginning of 2013 Nummi-Pusula merged with city of Lohja and nowadays the Nummi village center area ...

                                               

Sequentia cyclica

Sequentia cyclica super "Dies irae" ex Missa pro defunctis, commonly known as Sequentia cyclica, is a piano composition by Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji. Written between 1948 and 1949, it is a set of 27 variations on the medieval sequence Dies irae ...

                                               

In Pursuit of the Unknown

In Pursuit of the Unknown: 17 Equations That Changed the World is a 2012 nonfiction book by British mathematician Ian Stewart, published by Basic Books. In the book Stewart traced a history of the role of mathematics in human history, beginning w ...

                                               

Pioneering Women in American Mathematics

Pioneering Women in American Mathematics: The Pre-1940 PhDs is a book on women in mathematics. It was written by Judy Green and Jeanne LaDuke, based on a long study beginning in 1978, and was published in 2009 by the American Mathematical Society ...

                                               

Conrad Lau (engineer)

Conrad Albert Connie Lau was an American aeronautical engineer, inventor, and executive. Lau led or contributed to the development of a number of important aircraft and spacecraft projects.

                                               

List of works published by Shogakukan

List of works published by Shogakukan by release date, including mangas published by foreign subsidiaries, books, novels, and light novels and others. Including titles from: Viz Media Europe 2007-2020 Viz Media/Viz Communications Shogakukan Asia

                                               

United Kingdom (disambiguation)

A United Kingdom, a 2016 biographical film United Kingdom album, a 1989 album by American Music Club United Kingdoms album, a 1993 album by Ultramarine

                                               

Reception to Washington on April 21, 1789, at Trenton on his way to New York to Assume the Duties of the Presidency of the United States

Reception to Washington on April 21, 1789, at Trenton on his way to New York to Assume the Duties of the Presidency of the United States is a large-scale oil painting completed in 1930 by American artist N. C. Wyeth of president-elect George Wash ...

                                               

Ashford Power Station

Ashford Power Station refers to any of three, engine-driven, electricity generating stations located in Ashford, Kent. Two of the stations, A and B, have been demolished, and one is an operational 21 MW peaking plant.

                                               

Dy (surname)

As an English surname, Dy is a variant spelling of Dye, which may have come from the Greek masculine given name Dionysios or its feminine form Dionysia. One early record of the surname Dy is in the 1379 poll tax returns of Yorkshire. Another know ...

                                               

Richard I (disambiguation)

Richard I may refer to: Richard I of Capua died 1078, count of Aversa 1049–1078, prince of Capua 1058–1078, as Richard I and duke of Gaeta 1064–1078 Richard I, Duke of Normandy 933–996, also known as Richard the Fearless, Duke of Normandy 942–996 ...

                                               

You Beat All I Ever Saw

You Beat All I Ever Saw is a song written and originally recorded by Johnny Cash. Released in November 1966 as a single Columbia 4-43921, with "Put the Sugar to Bed" on the opposite side, it debuted on the U.S. Billboard country chart at number 6 ...

                                               

C7orf50

C7orf50 is a gene in humans that encodes a protein known as C7orf50. This gene is ubiquitously expressed in the kidneys, brain, fat, prostate, spleen, among 22 other tissues and demonstrates low tissue specificity. C7orf50 is conserved in chimpan ...

                                               

1945 Carlton Football Club season

The 1945 VFL season was the 49th season in the Victorian Football League to be contested by the Carlton Football Club. Under coach Percy Bentley, Carlton recovered from a middling 3–6 start to win thirteen of its last fourteen games, winning the ...

                                               

Chinese gold yuan

The Chinese gold yuan is a defunct legal tender currency of China between August 1948 and 1949. It circulated in the country under the effective control of the Government of the Republic of China except for the Taiwan Province. R.O.C. issued pape ...

                                               

Greenville Greenies

The Greenville Greenies was the primary moniker of the minor league baseball franchise based in Greenville, North Carolina. Greenville teams played as members of the Eastern Carolina League and Coastal Plain League. The Greenville Greenies were a ...

                                               

Man Down (Holby City)

Man Down is the thirty-fifth episode of the twentieth series of the British medical drama television series Holby City, and the 938th episode of the overall series. The episode was written by Michelle Lipton and directed by Tracey Rooney, and pre ...

                                               

Daw

Daws Castle, a hill fort in Somerset, England Daw Mill, a mine in Warwickshire, England Daw Park, South Australia, a suburb of Adelaide Daw, Mauritania

                                               

Nya

North Yarmouth Academy, an independent school in Yarmouth, Maine, U.S. New York and Atlantic Railway, a Long Island, New York, freight railway National Youth Agency, an educational charity in England and Wales National Youth Administration, a 193 ...

                                               

Bab

Bab can refer to: Bab Sayyid `Ali Muhammad Shirazi, 1819–1850, founder of Babism and a central figure in the Bahai Faith Bab, Nitra District, a village and municipality in the Nitra District in western central Slovakia Bab-ı Ali, the gate to the ...

                                               

Genshin (disambiguation)

Genshin may refer to: People Genshin Takano governor of Hiroshima, a Japanese lawyer and Home Ministry and Police Bureau government official. Hiraga Genshin 平賀 源信, died 1536, a retainer to the Takeda family towards the beginning of Japans Sen ...

                                               

Hale Nauā Society

The Hale Nauā was a secret society that had existed among Hawaiis ruling class before the 1778 arrival of Captain James Cook. Believed to have originally been an organization to unite the Hawaiian aristocracy, it gradually disappeared as the infl ...

                                               

Fire in His Fingertips

Fire in His Fingertips: A Flirty Fireman Ravishes Me with His Smoldering Gaze is a Japanese manga series by Tanishi Kawano. An anime adaptation by ComicFesta was broadcast in July 2019 under the title Yubisaki kara Honki no Netsujō: Osana Najimi ...

                                               

Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the Plume

Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the Plume is a tactical role-playing game developed by tri-Ace and published by Square Enix for the Nintendo DS handheld game console. Released in 2008 in Japan and 2009 worldwide, the game is the third entry in the ...

                                               

Enrico Crivelli

Enrico Crivelli was an Italian opera singer who sang leading baritone and bass-baritone roles in the major opera houses of Italy as well as in Spain, Russia, Germany, France, and England. He also composed collections of art songs and published tw ...

                                               

Iago (disambiguation)

Iago, a parrot in the Tintin comic strip The Castafiore Emerald Iago Disney, a parrot introduced in the 1992 film Aladdin and appearing in various Disney media

                                               

Black Maria (card game)

Black Maria is a popular British card game of the Hearts group for three to six players. It is an elaboration of Black Lady, itself a development of the original American game of Hearts, the progenitor of the group. Black Maria is regarded as one ...

                                               

Ben Weingart

Ben Weingart was an American real estate investor and developer, influential in the development of various areas of southern California, including Lakewood, California. A self-made man, Weingart became one of the richest men in California, buildi ...

                                               

Friday Joy Package

Friday Joy Package is a South Korean television program that airs on tvN every Friday at 21:10 from January 10 to March 27, 2020.

                                               

List of extremely severe cyclonic storms

Behind super cyclonic storms, extremely severe cyclonic storms are the second-highest classification on the India Meteorological Department s intensity scale. There have been 31 of them since reliable records began in 1960. The most recent extrem ...

                                               

Mari Incident

The MaRi Incident was a mutiny in Changsha on the evening of May 21, 1927. After the Northern Expeditionary Army conquered Changsha, Hunan in July 1926, the Communist Party and the Kuomintang left carried out land reform in Hunan, carried out cla ...

                                               

List of longest walks

This is a list of the longest walks that have occurred in groups and on solo or duo projects. Many have promoted social causes or medical conditions. Some have been done mostly for the experience. Groups consist of three or more people who walked ...

                                               

Chestnut orchard

A chestnut orchard is an open stand of grafted chestnut trees for fruit production. In this agroforestry system, trees are usually intercropped with cereals, hay or pasture. These orchards are traditional systems in Canton of Ticino and Northern ...

                                               

Desande

Desande Automobielen BV was a Dutch-British manufacturer of neoclassic automobiles with retro styling combined with modern technology. The automobiles distinctive styling was based on the high-end automobiles of the 1930s. Despite their retro loo ...

                                               

Arthur S. Lyons

Arthur Seymour Lyons was a theatrical agent for stage, radio, and film. He was also a one-time film producer.

                                               

Otto (disambiguation)

Otto GmbH, the worlds largest mail order company Otto company, autonomous trucking company OTTO Motors, self-driving factory robots Otto., Finlands interbank network

                                               

The history of the arts from Zsolt Beothy

The history of the arts from Zsolt Beothy, with its subtitle From the earliest times to the end of the 19th century was a large-scale, but truncated art history work in Hungarian, published at the beginning of the 20th century.