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Hojo

Hojo or Hōjō may refer to: Hojo or HoJo: A nickname for Howard Johnson Professor Hojo, a non-playable character in the video game Final Fantasy VII A nickname for Howard Jones Hojo, a supporting character in comic strip Mandrake the Magician Howa ...

                                               

Real Property Act 1858

The Real Property Act 1858, 21 Vict. c. 15, is the short title of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, with the long title An Act to simplify the Laws relating to the transfer and encumbrance of freehold and other interests in Land ". Aft ...

                                               

1858 van de Velde maps of Palestine and Jerusalem

The van de Velde maps of Palestine and Jerusalem were an important scientific mapping of the region of Palestine and mapping of Jerusalem, published in 1858 by Dutch cartographer Charles William Meredith van de Velde. The surveys were carried out ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Boston and part of the city of Chel ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 9th Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 9th Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Boston in Suffolk County. Democrat ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 7th Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 7th Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Boston in Suffolk County. Democrat ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 11th Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 11th Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Boston in Suffolk County. Democrat ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 1st Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 1st Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Boston in Suffolk County. Democrat ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 3rd Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 3rd Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Boston in Suffolk County. Democrat ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 5th Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 5th Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Boston in Suffolk County. Democrat ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 6th Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 6th Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Boston in Suffolk County. Democrat ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Boston in Suffolk County. Democrat ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 7th Bristol district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 7th Bristol district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Fall River in Bristol County. Democ ...

                                               

Hypocrite (disambiguation)

Ayit Tzavua or The Hypocrite, an 1858 Hebrew novel by Abraham Mapu The Hypocrite, a 1768 play by Isaac Bickerstaff The Hypocrites, a 1906 play by Henry Arthur Jones The Hypocrite, a, 1898 novel by C. Ranger-Gull

                                               

James Boyd

Jim or James Boyd may refer to: James P. Boyd 1826–1890, Canadian businessman and political figure Jimmy Boyd Louisiana politician, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, 1944–52 James Boyd sportsman 1891–1930, Scottish rugby union int ...

                                               

Ave Maria (disambiguation)

Ave Maria is Latin for Hail Mary, a traditional Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox prayer calling for the intercession of Mary, the mother of Jesus. Ave Maria may also refer to:

                                               

Vulcain

Vulcain is French for Vulcan. Vulcain may refer to: Vulcain M611, part of the French Navy, for sweeping mines Vulcain rocket engine, a family of European first-stage engines for the Ariane 5 and Ariane 6 Vulcain watch company, a Swiss watch manuf ...

                                               

Moldovan

Moldovan and Moldavian refer to something of, from, or related to Moldova or Moldavia. In particular, it may refer to: Moldovans, the main ethnic group of Moldova Moldavian dialect, one of several varieties of Romanian language Moldavians, reside ...

                                               

GIP

Georgia Innocence Project, an American non-profit corporation Global Infrastructure Partners, an American private equity firm Golden India Party, a political party in India Ghetto Informant Program, of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation Glo ...

                                               

Valley City

Valley City may refer to a place in the United States: Valley City Public School District Valley City, Indiana Valley City, Ohio Valley City, North Dakota Valley City Wetland Management District West Valley City, Utah Valley City, Illinois Valley ...

                                               

A Tale of Two Cities (disambiguation)

A Tale of Two Cities 1950 opera by Arthur Benjamin A Tale of Two Cities musical, a 2008 Broadway musical A Tale of Two Cities 1935 film, starring Ronald Colman A Tale of Two Cities 1980 film, featuring Kenneth More A Tale of Two Cities 1911 film, ...

                                               

Mary OConnor

Mary OConnor Irish sportsperson born 1977, camogie and Gaelic football player and official Mary OConnor runner born 1955, retired long-distance runner from New Zealand Mary Anne OConnor born 1953, American Olympic basketball player

                                               

Athletics

Sport of athletics, a collection of sporting events that involve competitive running, jumping, throwing, and walking Track and field, a sub-category of the above sport Athletics physical culture, competitions based on human qualities of stamina, ...

                                               

18th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment

The 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry was a cavalry regiment of the Union Army during the American Civil War. The regiment was present for 50 battles, beginning with the Battle of Hanover on June 30, 1863, and ending at Rudes Hill in March 1865. A majori ...

                                               

Temple Bar

Temple Bar may refer to: Temple Bar TradFest, a traditional Irish music and cultural festival at the location above Temple Bar, Dublin, a cultural quarter in Dublin Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, at the location above Temple Bar, London, a place ...

                                               

Townsend

the name of Marburg, Queensland for a brief period during World War 1 Mount Townsend, the second-highest peak in mainland Australia

                                               

Wide

WIDE or Wide may refer to: Wide and narrow data, terms used to describe two different presentations for tabular data Women in Development Europe Wide-angle Infinity Display Equipment Wide cricket WIDE Project, Widely Integrated Distributed Enviro ...

                                               

19th Louisiana Infantry Regiment

The 19th Louisiana Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment from Louisiana that served in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.

                                               

Freeling

Freeling may refer to: Major-General Sir Arthur Henry Freeling, Surveyor-General of South Australia from 1849-1861 Freeling, South Australia, a small town, named for Arthur Freeling Sir Francis Freeling, first baronet 1764–1836, postal administra ...

                                               

Edward Green

Edward Green may refer to: Edward Green, inventor 1845 of the fuel economizer Edward Ernest Green 1861–1949, English entomologist Edward J. Green born c. 1947, American economist Ed Green, character in the NBC crime drama Law & Order Edward Brodh ...

                                               

H.C. Hart

H.C. Hart was an American drum major in the 71st New York Infantry during the American Civil War and an influential fife and drum manual author. Colonel H.C. Hart was educated as a military drummer at the military academy in Middletown, Connectic ...

                                               

Monterey (disambiguation)

Australia Monterey, New South Wales Canada Monterey Park, Calgary, Alberta, a neighbourhood United States Monterey, Massachusetts Monterey County, California Monterey, Wisconsin Monterey, Clermont County, Ohio Monterey, Tennessee Monterey Roanoke ...

                                               

Daffodil (disambiguation)

"Daffodils" poem, alternative title for Wordsworths "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" Daffodil, a rabbit on US childrens TV series Cliffords Puppy Days Daffodil Records Canadian label Doctor Daffodil, character in the US animated series Pet Alien Da ...

                                               

Kaarle

Kaarle is a Finnish masculine given name that is a form of Charles. Notable people with this name include the following: Kaarle Leivonen 1886 – 1978, Finnish wrestler Kaarle Nordenstreng born 1941, Finnish sociologist Kaarle Ojanen 1918 – 2009, F ...

                                               

Salon

Salon may refer to: Champagne Salon, a producer of sparkling wine Drawing room, an architectural space in a home Beauty salon, a venue for cosmetic treatments Salon gathering, a meeting for learning or enjoyment

                                               

Anna Caspari Agerholt

Anna Caspari Agerholt was a Norwegian womens rights activist and writer. She is remembered in particular for her groundbreaking Den norske kvinnebevegelses historie, published in 1937. Agerholt was a pioneering educator in social studies, giving ...

                                               

Carte Blanche

Carte Blanche may refer to: Carte blanche, or blank cheque, a cheque with no monetary value entered, figuratively an open-ended agreement

                                               

Fourth National Bank of New York

In May 1914, the directors of the Fourth National Bank and the Mechanics and Metals National Bank agreed to unite. The Mechanics and Metals National Bank was the result of a 1910 merger between Mechanics National Bank which was founded in 1810 an ...

                                               

John Fowler

John Fowler Catholic scholar 1537–1578/9, Catholic scholar and printer Sir John Fowler, 1st Baronet 1817–1898, British railway engineer John Fowler politician 1756–1840, U.S. Congressman from Kentucky John Gordon Fowler 1905–1971, United States A ...

                                               

First International (disambiguation)

The First International is an alternate name for the International Workingmens Association, an international organisation of left-wing radicals founded in 1864. First International may also refer to: First International Eugenics Conference, a con ...

                                               

Red River

Red River usually refers to one of the following: Red River Asia Chinese: 紅河, 红河, Hong He ; Vietnamese: Song Hồng in China and Vietnam Red River of the South, a tributary of the Mississippi in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana in the U ...

                                               

Swatara

Swatara Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania Swatara, Derry Township, Pennsylvania, an unincorporated community in Dauphin County Swatara Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania Swatara, Minnesota, an unincorporated community in Aitkin County Lo ...

                                               

SECURE Act of 2019

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019, Pub.L. 116–94, was signed into law by President Donald Trump on December 20, 2019 as part of the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020. The SECURE Act changed the most ...

                                               

Edith Best (musician)

Edith Best was born in Dublin on 11 July 1865. She was the youngest of 14 children of Dublin merchant, Eldred Oldham, and Annie nee Alker. Two of her siblings were Alice Oldham, the first of nine women to graduate from university with a degree in ...

                                               

Karola

Karola is a Danish, Finnish, German, Greenlandic, Hungarian, Norwegian, and Swedish feminine given name that is a feminine form of Karol and Carolus and an alternate form of Carola. Notable people with the name include the following:

                                               

Junk

Wilhelm Junk 1866-1942, Czech-born antiquarian bookseller and entomologist Bruno Junk 1929-1995, Estonian race walker, two-time Olympic bronze medal winner

                                               

Emile Dorand

Emile Dorand was born in Semur-en-Auxois in eastern France. He attended the Ecole Polytechnique from 1886 to 1888 in the Latin Quarter of Paris. He then went to the Fontainebleau Application School, a military college, which he left after two yea ...

                                               

Orcadian Womens Suffrage Society

The first meeting of the society was held in the house of James Cursiter on September 25, 1909. It was formed after a visit to Orkney by Chrystal Macmillan.

                                               

FOP

Formatting Objects Processor, a Java application Feature-oriented positioning, in scanning microscopy Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, a connective tissue disease which can result in muscles fusing into bone Feature-oriented programming, in ...

                                               

Ringling

John Nicholas Ringling 1866-1936, circus owner Ringling Brothers Charles Edward Ringling 1863-1926, circus owner Henry Ringling North John Ringling North