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Corpus

Text corpus, in linguistics, a large and structured set of texts Speech corpus, in linguistics, a large set of speech audio files Corpus linguistics, a branch of linguistics

                                               

Francesco Rivarola

Lieutenant-General the Most Noble Francesco, Count Rivarola was a Corsican who became a senior British Army officer, and served in the Napoleonic Wars throughout the Mediterranean Region. He was involved in the development of Maltese military and ...

                                               

John Betts

John Betts may refer to: John Edward Betts 1755–1832, English luthier John Betts Connecticut politician 1650–1730, member of the House of Representatives of the Colony of Connecticut from Norwalk John Betts Canadian politician born 1949, member o ...

                                               

Royal Oak (disambiguation)

The Royal Oak was the tree in which Charles II of England hid to escape the Roundheads following the Battle of Worcester in 1651. Royal Oak or Royal Oaks may also refer to:

                                               

Leviathan (disambiguation)

Leviathan, the former stage name of WWE wrestler Dave Bautista

                                               

Dimitri A. Christakis

Dimitri received his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Yale University, a Doctor of Medicine MD title from the University of Pennsylvania and also his Master of Public Health Degree from the University of Washington.

                                               

Christine L. Mummery

Christine L. Mummery is an appointed professor of Developmental Biology at Leiden University and the head of the Department of Anatomy and Embryology at Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands. Prof. Mummery has pioneered studies on c ...

                                               

Act of Union

Acts of Union 1707, passed by both the Parliament of England and the Parliament of Scotland to form the Kingdom of Great Britain Acts of Union 1800, passed by both the Parliament of Great Britain and the Parliament of Ireland to form the United K ...

                                               

Christopher Green

Christopher Green may refer to: Christopher D. Green born 1959, professor of psychology and philosophy at York University in Toronto, Canada Christopher Green writer-performer born c. 1968, British comedian and writer Christopher Green paediatric ...

                                               

North Berwick (disambiguation)

North Berwick may refer to: North Berwick railway station, serving North Berwick, Scotland North Berwick Law, a conical hill overlooking North Berwick, Scotland North Berwick witch trials in 1590 in North Berwick, Scotland North Berwick, Maine No ...

                                               

Magdalena Furstin

Magdalena Furstin was a German artist and hand-colourist. She was from Nuremberg, and was a pupil of John Fischer and Maria Sybilla Merian. Her name appears as a plate illuminator in Basilius Beslers famous codex of the plant specimens in the Gar ...

                                               

RIV

Siemens-Schuckert R.IV, a bomber aircraft built in Germany during World War I March Air Reserve Base, a U.S. Air Reserve base in Riverside County, California, by IATA airport code Fieseler Fi 103R Reichenberg, a model of late-World War II German ...

                                               

Battle of Beachy Head

Three naval battles were fought off the promontory of Beachy Head on the Sussex coast of England. The Battle of Beachy Head 1690, during the War of the Grand Alliance, was fought between an Anglo-Dutch fleet and a French fleet. The third day of f ...

                                               

Pacifico

Pacificus Pacifico, 13th-century follower of St. Francis of Assisi Pacificus of San Severino 1653–1721, 17th-century saint Pacificus of Verona 776–844, 9th century archdeacon of Verona

                                               

Lyme (disambiguation)

Lyme Park, Gauteng, a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa

                                               

Organix Inc

Organix Inc is a US fine chemicals company specialising in chemical synthesis of analytical standards and custom synthesis of finished compounds and intermediates.

                                               

Itinerarium exstaticum

Itinerarium exstaticum quo mundi opificium is a 1656 work by the Jesuit scholar Athanasius Kircher. It is an imaginary dialogue in which an angel named Cosmiel takes the narrator, Theodidactus on a journey through the planets. It is the only work ...

                                               

Flushing

Flushing, Cornwall, a village in the United Kingdom Flushing Bay, a bay off the north shore of Queens Flushing Meadows, a park in Queens which includes multiple venue, such as the location of the US Open tennis tournament Flushing River, in Queen ...

                                               

Nolin

Marie-Paule Nolin 1908–1987, French Canadian high-fashion designer Jean-Baptiste Nolin c.1657–1708, French cartographer and engraver Gena Lee Nolin born 1971, American actress and model Charles Nolin 1837–1907, Metis farmer and political organise ...

                                               

Zulfiqar (disambiguation)

Said Pasha Zulfikar, former Grand Chamberlain of Egypt Zulfiqar Mirza, born 1954, a Pakistani politician affiliated with the Pakistan Peoples Party Zulfiqar Ali Shah Jamote 1941–2011, Pakistani politician, Senator, and leader of the Pakistan Musl ...

                                               

New York City waste management system

New York Citys waste management system is a refuse removal system largely run by the New York City Department of Sanitation who maintain the waste collection infrastructure and hire the public and private contractors who dispose of 10.000s of pou ...

                                               

Richard Rose

Richard Rose may refer to: Richard Rose political scientist born 1933, American political scientist and professor M. Richard Rose born 1933, president of Alfred University and of the Rochester Institute of Technology Richard Rose, a doctor who wa ...

                                               

Thomas Hammond

Thomas, Tommy or Tom Hammond may refer to: Thomas Hammond merchant 1630–1681, English-born Norwegian merchant and landowner Thomas Hammond regicide c. 1600–1658, officer in the New Model Army and a regicide Tom Hammond footballer 1896–1966, Austr ...

                                               

Seema Yasmin

Seema Yasmin is a British physician, writer and science communicator based at Stanford University. She is Director of Research and Education at the Stanford Health Communication Initiative. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Yasmin helped to debunk my ...

                                               

Thomas Forster (disambiguation)

Thomas Forster of Adderstone 1659–1725 Member of Parliament for Northumberland for 1705–1708 and High Sheriff of Northumberland in 1703 Thomas Forster MP for Lincoln 1406–1415, Member of Parliament for Lincoln Thomas Forster MP for Liskeard, in 1 ...

                                               

Colonial morphology

In microbiology, colonial morphology refers to the visual appearance of bacterial or fungal colonies on an agar plate. Examining colonial morphology is the first step in the identification of an unknown microbe. The systematic assessment of the c ...

                                               

Centre for Development and Environment (Switzerland)

The Centre for Development and Environment is an interdisciplinary research centre specializing in sustainability science land systems at the University of Bern, Switzerland. It conducts research in many countries worldwide, with a particular foc ...

                                               

Michael Bille (1680-1756)

Michael Bille was an officer in the Danish Royal Navy during the Great Northern War. He was commissioned as a junior lieutenant in 1699, advancing steadily to become Vice admiral when he retired in 1737.

                                               

Queens (disambiguation)

Queens group, a Polish musical group Queens Theatre disambiguation Queens novel, by Stephen Pickles, 1984 Queens TV series, 2007 "Queens" Saara Aalto song, 2018 Queens film, 2005

                                               

Poupart

Poupart can refer to: François Poupart 1661–1708 French physician, anatomist, entomologist, who described Pouparts ligament, another name for the inguinal ligament in anatomy Alfred Poupart, a French archer who competed at the 1908 Summer Olympic ...

                                               

Adolf Aber

But spent his childhood in Apolda where he was born. His father Emanuel Aber ran a menswear business. His special musical talent was recognized early on. In 1911 he passed his school-leaving examination as a primary school pupil at the Realgymnas ...

                                               

Edward Martin

Edward Martin mayor 1936–2009, mayor of Warner Robins, Georgia Edward L. Martin 1837–1897, U.S. Representative from Delaware Edward T. Martin 1910–1984, American attorney, Attorney General of Massachusetts Edward Martin Pennsylvania politician 18 ...

                                               

Justus Weinreich

Justus Weinreich was a German composer and musician. He probably received his first lessons from his father Johann Georg Weinreich, an oboist serving in the Electors personal bodyguard regiment. After 1873, Weinreich worked as second violin in Ka ...

                                               

Sam Watson

Sam Watson may refer to: Sam Watson trade unionist 1898–1967, English coalminers leader Sam Watson equestrian born 1985, Irish eventing rider Samuel C. Watson 1832–1892, druggist, doctor, and civic leader in Detroit, Michigan and Chatham, Ontario ...

                                               

William Connolly

William Connolly may refer to: William Conolly 1662–1729, Irish politician William "Egg Boy" Connolly born 2001, egged Australian Senator Fraser Anning William E. Connolly born 1938, professor of political science at Johns Hopkins University Will ...

                                               

John Pringle

John Pringle may refer to: John Quinton Pringle 1864–1925, Scottish painter John Wallace Pringle 1863–1938, Chief Inspecting Officer of the Railways Inspectorate John Pringle physician 1707-1782, Scottish physician, and President of the Royal Soc ...

                                               

The Gloucester County Conspiracy

The Gloucester County Conspiracy, also known as the Servant’s Plot or Birkenhead’s Rebellion, is one of the first slave rebellions in America. This event set the stage for many of the slave uprisings that followed in the decades to come. It was t ...

                                               

Richard Richardson

Richard Richardson may refer to: Richie Richardson born 1962, West Indies cricketer Richard Richardson Australian politician 1825–1913, member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly Richard Richardson general 1704–1780, American Revolutionary War ...

                                               

Robert Foster

Robert Foster politician born 1983, member of Mississippi House of Representatives Robert Sidney Foster 1913–2005, governor-general of Fiji Robert Coleman Foster 1769–1844, member of Tennessee House of Representatives and Senate

                                               

George Pitt

George Pitt died 1694 1625–1694, British Member of Parliament for Wareham George Dean Pitt 1772–1851 or 1781–1851, British soldier and lieutenant-governor of the former New Zealand Province of New Ulster George Pitt Australian politician 1872–193 ...

                                               

Delaware (disambiguation)

Delaware may refer to: Title of Thomas West, 3rd Baron De La Warr, after whom the following were named: Delaware, the U.S. state Delaware Colony, English colony 1664–1707 then British colony 1707–76 preceding statehood Delaware Nation, a Native A ...

                                               

Nikolai Selivanovsky

Nikolai Selivanovsky was an officer in the NKVD and a Deputy Head of SMERSH during World War Two. Following the war Selivanovsky become the deputy head of the Ministry of State Security. He was also the chief Soviet advisor to the Polish Ministry ...

                                               

William Johnstone

William Johnstone artist 1897–1981, Scottish artist Will B. Johnstone 1881–1943, American writer William Johnstone actor 1908–1996, American actor William W. Johnstone 1938–2004, American author

                                               

Wound response in plants

Plants have developed numerous methods to respond to, and to heal, wounds and injury. Lacking the mobility and circulatory systems of animals, they face unique challenges in dealing with wounds. But they also have the benefits of increased cell p ...

                                               

Reflections

Reflections, a publication of Yale Divinity School Reflections, an alumni publication of Lubbock Christian University Reflections Sufi literature, by Idries Shah Reflections; or Sentences and Moral Maxims, a series of books 1665–1678 by François ...

                                               

Johann Gottfried Grund

Johann Gottfried Grund was a German-Danish sculptor. He created the sculptures in Nordmandsdalen at Fredensborg Palace. The sculptures in Nordmandsdalen have been replaced by replicas while Grunds original works have been moved to Christian IVs B ...

                                               

Niño Hamburguesa

Ivan Flores is a Mexican luchador professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Niño Hamburguesa. He currently signed to Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide. He is a former AAA World Mixed Tag Team Champion with Big Mami.

                                               

John Woodward

John Woodward English footballer born 1947, former footballer John Douglas Woodward athlete 1925–1995, Canadian Olympic sailor John Woodward Scottish footballer born 1949, former footballer John Woodward rugby league, Australian rugby league play ...

                                               

All Hallows

All Hallows Episcopal Church, Snow Hill, Worcester County, Maryland, U.S. All Hallows Church South River, Maryland, U.S. Priory of All Hallows, Dublin, Ireland, dissolved in the Reformation

                                               

Samuel Robinson

Samuel Robinson may refer to: Sam Robinson basketball born 1948, basketball player Sam Robinson cricketer born 1976, Bermudian cricketer Sir Samuel Robinson sea captain 1870–1958, British-Canadian ocean liner captain Samuel Murray Robinson 1882–1 ...