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GM

General Motors, US automobile manufacturing company which was founded in 1908 Motors Liquidation Company, the US automobile manufacturing company known as General Motors Corporation from 1916 to 2009 Gunn & Moore, UK sports equipment company Gene ...

                                               

Choker (disambiguation)

A choker is a close-fitting necklace, worn high on the neck. Choker or Chokers may also refer to: Choker Campbell 1916–1993, American musician An engineering measure for traffic calming Choke artist, or choker, individuals/teams that cannot cope ...

                                               

D34

D34, D-34 or D.34 may refer to: HMS Diamond D34, a 2007 British Royal Navy D Class of air defence destroyer Brazilian destroyer Mato Grosso D34, a United States Navy destroyer transferred to the Brazilian Navy in 1972 LNER Class D34, a 1913 Briti ...

                                               

D61

D61 may refer to: Queens Gambit Declined, Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings code D61 motorway Slovakia HMS Ilex D61, a 1937 British Royal Navy I-class destroyer HMAS Swan D61, a 1915 Royal Australian Navy River class torpedo boat destroyer SPS Chur ...

                                               

A14

A14 may refer to: HMS A.14, an alternate name for HMS B1, a submarine of the British Royal Navy Fiat A.14, a 1917 Italian 12-cylinder, liquid-cooled, V aero engine ATC code A14 Anabolic agents for systemic use, a subgroup of the Anatomical Therap ...

                                               

C17

Queensland C17 class locomotive Sauber C17, a 1998 Formula One car C-17 highway Spain also known as Eix del Congost, a primary highway in Catalonia

                                               

EPD

Evansville Police Department Indiana European Progressive Democrats, a defunct political group in the European Parliament European Partnership for Democracy, an organization promoting democracy outside the European Union Erie Police Department, P ...

                                               

D37

D37 or D-37 may refer to: In ships: HMAS Tobruk D37, a 1947 Royal Australian Navy Battle-class destroyer HMS Duncan D37, a British Royal Navy D Class of air defence destroyer HMS Vortigern D37, a 1917 British Royal Navy V Class destroyer HMS Dash ...

                                               

Owen Williams

Owen Williams British Army officer 1836–1913, British general and Member of Parliament for Great Marlow, 1880–1885 Owen Williams politician, born 1764 1764–1832, Member of Parliament for Great Marlow, 1796–1832

                                               

David Johnston (disambiguation)

Davie Johnston footballer, born 1942 1942–2004, Scottish footballer, played for Heart of Midlothian FC and Aberdeen FC Davie Johnston footballer, born 1948, Scottish footballer, played for Dundee FC David Johnston rugby union, born 1994, Irish ru ...

                                               

Phil Taylor

Phil Taylor may refer to: Phil Taylor footballer, born 1917 1917–2012, English professional footballer and manager Liverpool FC Phil Taylor American football born 1988, American football player Phil Taylor musician 1954–2015, British drummer, bes ...

                                               

George Dobson

George Dobson may refer to: George Edward Dobson 1848–1895, zoologist, photographer and army surgeon George Dobson footballer, born 1901 1897–1950, English footballer Barnsley, Norwich City and Rotherham County George Dobson footballer, born 1862 ...

                                               

Jack Williams

Jack D. Williams, American politician in Birmingham, Alabama Jack Williams socialist activist 1854–1917, British socialist and unemployed movement activist Jack Williams New Zealand politician 1919–1975, New Zealand politician of the Labour Party ...

                                               

Jack Collins

Jack Collins footballer, born 1910 1910–1972, Australian rules footballer for Geelong Jack Collins footballer, born 1930 1930–2008, Coleman Medal winning Australian rules footballer for Footscray Jack Collins footballer, born 1925 1925–1998, Aust ...

                                               

Blindfold (disambiguation)

A blindfold is a garment, usually of cloth, tied to ones head to cover the eyes to disable the wearers sight. Blindfold may also refer to: Blindfold album, a 1999 album by Greenthink Blindfold chess, a way to play chess Blindfold 1928 film, a 192 ...

                                               

D10

Dewoitine D.10, a 1920s Dewoitine aircraft Dunne D.10, a British Dunne aircraft Fokker D.X, a 1918 Dutch fighter aircraft Albatros D.X, a 1918 German prototype single-seat fighter biplane

                                               

D48

D48 or D-48 may refer to: HMS Vidette D48, a 1918 British Royal Navy Admiralty V class destroyer HMS Thane D48, a 1943 British Royal Navy Bogue class escort carrier D48 road Croatia, a state road 85 mm antitank gun D-48, a 1955 Soviet 85-mm calib ...

                                               

D44

D44, D-44 or D.44 may refer to: HMS Danae D44, a 1918 British Royal Navy Danae class cruiser D44 road Croatia, a state road 85 mm divisional gun D-44, a 1945 Soviet divisional 85-mm calibre field artillery gun HMS Imogen D44, a 1936 British Royal ...

                                               

D11

Nueva Esparta, a Venezuelan Navy Nueva Esparta -class destroyer HMS Impulsive D11, a 1937 United Kingdom Royal Navy destroyer which saw service during World War II ARA La Argentina D-11, a 1981 destroyer of the Argentine navy HMAS Vampire D11, a ...

                                               

D30

D30, D-30 or D.30 may refer to: HMS Despatch, a 1919 British Royal Navy Danae-class light cruiser PRR D30, an American PRR 4-4-0 type steam locomotive Canon EOS D30, a 2000 3.1 megapixel professional digital single lens reflex camera D30 road Cro ...

                                               

Halberstadt (disambiguation)

Several territories centered on the town have used its name: Principality of Halberstadt, the secularized successor to the Bishopric of Halberstadt after the Peace of Westphalia Halberstadt district, a former district Kreis in the middle of Saxon ...

                                               

C5

C-5 North Star, a 1940s Canadian military aircraft Lockheed C-5 Galaxy, a military transport aircraft Albatros C.V, a World War I German military reconnaissance aircraft Fokker C.V, a 1924 Dutch light reconnaissance and bomber biplane aircraft US ...

                                               

Saru

Iran Saru, Fars, a village in Fars Province, Iran Saru castles in Semnan Saru, Semnan, a village in Semnan Province, Iran Saru, Mazandaran, a village in Mazandaran Province, Iran Saru, ancient name of Sari, Iran Japan Saru District, Hokkaidō Moun ...

                                               

S17

S17, S-17 or S.17 may refer to: In transportation Ranshima Station, station S17 on the Hakodate Main Line in Japan Rans S-17 Stinger, an ultralight aircraft produced in the United States Gorō Station, station S17 on the Yosan Line in Japan Nonami ...

                                               

3L

3L or 3-L may refer to: Federal Election Commission FEC Form 3L, or Report of Contributions Bundled by Lobbyists, in which federal campaigns and committees must disclose certain contributions received to the FEC at regular intervals Lupo 3L, a mo ...

                                               

ASUW Shell House

The ASUW Shell House, also known as the UW Canoe House, is a historic building on the University of Washington campus in Seattle, Washington. The building was constructed in 1918 as a Navy seaplane hangar during World War I. It was later used as ...

                                               

Arthur Mansfield

Arthur W. Mansfield nicknamed Dynamite or Dynie is a former American baseball coach and outfielder. He played college baseball for Wisconsin for coach Guy Lowman from 1927 to 1929 before playing professionally from 1930 to 1933. He also played co ...

                                               

Kevin Barry (disambiguation)

Kevin Barry playwright born 1951, American playwright Kevin Barry author born 1969, Irish writer Kevin Barry Neighbours, a fictional character from the soap opera Neighbours in 1985 "Kevin Barry" song, a 1920s popular ballad about the executed Ir ...

                                               

California Proposition 13

There are eleven different ballot propositions in California called Proposition 13, but it usually refers to the law that was passed in 1978: 1978 California Proposition 13, Peoples Initiative to Limit Property Taxation The other ten ballot propo ...

                                               

Jack Dempsey (disambiguation)

Jack Dempsey rugby union born 1994, Australian rugby player Jack Dempsey footballer 1919–2006, Australian rules footballer Jack Dempsey American football 1913–1988, American football tackle Jack Dempsey Gaelic footballer 1878–1913, Irish Gaelic f ...

                                               

Slugger

A slugger most often means a baseball player with a high slugging percentage. Slugger or Sluggers may also refer to: The Louisville Sluggers, also known as The Sluggers, a former Australian Swing Revival band formed in the late 1990s Louisville S ...

                                               

S40

S40 may refer to: S40 Racing, a 1997 freeware game S40 ZVV, a line of the S-Bahn Zurich in Switzerland Volvo S40, a Swedish automobile S40, a county route in Bergen County, New Jersey S40, an S postcode area in Derbyshire S40: To clean the floor ...

                                               

F3

Fat-Free Framework, a PHP web application framework F3 language, the working name for JavaFX Script, a scripting language F3, a function key on a computer keyboard

                                               

S51

S51, S-51, or S.51 may refer to: S51 New York City bus serving Staten Island Nikon Coolpix S51, a 2007 digital camera model SIAI S.51, an Italian racing flying boat of 1922 County Route S51, a county route in Bergen County, New Jersey a Toyota S ...

                                               

Unia Tczew

The club was founded in 1922 as Tczewski Sports Club changing its name in 1924 to TKS Olympia Tczew. In 1929 the team joined the Pomeranian OZPN and received support from the Railway Military Training and as a result became KPW Unia Tczew. In 193 ...

                                               

Andy Anderson

Andy Anderson may refer to: Andy Anderson umpire 1925–1994, National League umpire A. C. Anderson 1909–1996, mayor of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Andy Anderson general 1913–2010, Major General in the U.S. Army and seventh mayor of Naples, Florida ...

                                               

Rob Roy

Rob Roy, Victoria, a district of the town of Christmas Hills, Victoria, Australia Rob Roy, Indiana, a small town in Fountain County, Indiana, US Rob Roy Way, a long distance footpath in Scotland Rob Roy Island, an island in the Solomon Islands

                                               

Henry Adams (disambiguation)

Henry Adams, was an American novelist, journalist, and historian. Henry Adams may also refer to: Henry Gardiner Adams c.1811–1881, English author and anthologist Henry Cadwallader Adams 1817–1899, English cleric and writer of childrens novels Hen ...

                                               

Charles Read

Charles Read may refer to: Charles Read Philadelphia died 1736, merchant and mayor of Philadelphia Charles C. Reid 1868–1922, Arkansas lawyer and politician Charles Read squash player 1889–?, British professional squash player Sir Charles D. Read ...

                                               

Shyam Sunder

Shyam Sunder may refer to: Shyam Sunder Patidar, Indian politician from Madhya Pradesh Shyam Sunder Goenka born 1932, Indian entrepreneur B. Shyam Sunder 1908–1975, Indian intellectual and public figure Shyam Sunder Rao, Indian volleyball player ...

                                               

Moreira (name)

Moreira da Silva 1902–2000, Brazilian singer and songwriter Moreira Franco born 1944, Brazilian politician Moreira Chonguiça, Mozambican jazz saxophonist

                                               

Firecrest

Taiwan firecrest also known as flamecrest, Regulus goodfellowi, found in Taiwan Madeira firecrest, Regulus madeirensis, found on the island of Madeira Common firecrest often called firecrest, Regulus ignicapillus, found in Europe and north Africa

                                               

Gordon Anderson

Gordon Anderson may refer to: Gordon Anderson author born 1947, author and Secretary-General of the Professors World Peace Academy Gordon Anderson, better known as Lone Pigeon, musician and founding member of The Beta Band Gordon Anderson record ...

                                               

M33

M33, M-33, or M.33 may refer to: Macchi M.33, an Italian racing flying boat of 1925 HMS M33, an M29 -class monitor warship of the Royal Navy Miles M.33 Monitor, a 1944 twin engined British target tug aircraft M33 ball, a jacketed.50_BMG ammunitio ...

                                               

Ian Robinson

Ian Robinson may refer to: Iann Robinson born 1971, former MTV VJ Ian Robinson rugby league, rugby league footballer of the 1970s, and 1980s Ian Robinson Australian football umpire born 1946, Australian Football League umpire active in the 1970s ...

                                               

Crombie

Crombie may refer to: Thomas Crombie Schelling 1921–2016, American economist Blake Crombie, fictional character from New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street Ed Crombie born 1945, Canadian racecar driver David Crombie born 1936, Canadian politicia ...

                                               

T35

T35, T.35, T 35 or T-35 may refer to: T-35, a 1935 Soviet multi-turret heavy tank Slingsby T.35 Austral, a British glider German torpedo boat T35, a German warship of World War II T-35 Buckaroo, a 1950 extremely low-cost trainer for commercial an ...

                                               

Ricardo Garcia

Ricardo Garcia may refer to: Ricardo Garcia Mercet 1860–1933, Spanish naturalist and entomologist Ricardo Garcia footballer 1955–2007, Costa Rican footballer Ricardo Garcia cyclist, born 1926, Mexican cyclist Ricardo Garcia cyclist, born 1988, Sp ...

                                               

Jose Luis Gonzalez

Jose Luis Gonzalez may refer to: Jose Luis Gonzalez composer born 1937, Mexican composer Jose Luis Gonzalez China born 1966, Mexican football player and manager Jose Luis Gonzalez volleyball born 1984, Argentine volleyball player Jesse Gonzalez b ...

                                               

Carlos Ramirez

Carlos Ramirez Mexican footballer born 1976, for Tigres UANL Carlos Ramirez Chilean footballer, 1987 FIFA World Youth Championship squads Carlos Ramirez Paraguayan footballer, 1926 South American Championship Carlos Ramirez Colombian footballer b ...