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John Jenkinson

John Jenkinson may refer to: John Jenkinson British politician died 1805, MP for Corfe Castle John Jenkinson rowing born 1941, Australian rower who competed at the 1956 Summer Olympics John Wilfred Jenkinson 1871–1915, namesake of the J. W. Jenki ...

                                               

John Fletcher

John Fletcher by 1490–1545 or later, MP for Rye John Fletcher South Australian politician 1883–1958, South Australian state MP John Fletcher New Zealand politician 1888–1934, New Zealand Member of Parliament for Grey Lynn Sir John Fletcher, 1st B ...

                                               

Richard Lyon

Richard Lyon may refer to: Rick Lyon born 1958, puppeteer who created the puppets for Avenue Q Richard Lyon actor, film and radio actor, known for British radio series Life with the Lyons ; male lead in 1959 British horror-comedy The Headless Gho ...

                                               

Miguel Angel Lopez

Miguel Angel Lopez may refer to: Miguel Angel Lopez-Cedron born 1978, Spanish footballer Miguel Angel Lopez Velasco 1956–2011, Mexican journalist Miguel Angel Lopez footballer born 1942, Argentinian football player and manager of Club America Mig ...

                                               

Guillermo Martinez

Guillermo Martinez is the name of: Guillermo Martinez footballer, Mexican Soccer player Guillermo Martinez volleyball born 1969, Argentine volleyball player Guillermo Zuñiga Martinez 1942–2015, Mexican politician Guillermo Martinez sport shooter ...

                                               

Ushakov

Ushakov may refer to: Zinovy Ushakov 1895-1940 soviet police officer Admiral Ushakov warship, several Russian ships named after Fyodor Fyodorovich Ushakov Yuri Ushakov 1947–, Russian diplomat Russian battleship Admiral Ushakov, laid down in 1892 ...

                                               

Horațiu

Horațiu is a Romanian male given name that may refer to: Horațiu Lasconi born 1963, Romanian footballer Horațiu Cioloboc born 1967, Romanian footballer Horațiu Radulescu 1942–2008, composer Horațiu Pașca born 1981, Romanian handball player and co ...

                                               

Gigantes (disambiguation)

Los Gigantes, a resort town on Canary Island, Tenerife Islas de Gigantes, an island chain in the Philippines Las islas de los Gigantes, a name given by Christopher Columbus to the ABC islands Lesser Antilles

                                               

James Aitken

James Aitken may refer to: James Macrae Aitken 1908–1983, Scottish chess player Jimmy Aitken 1872–1944, former Australian rules footballer John the Painter 1752–1777, also known as James Aitken, Scot who committed acts of terror in British naval ...

                                               

Armageddon (disambiguation)

Armaguedon, a 1977 film directed by Alain Jessua Warlock: The Armageddon, a 1993 American horror film Deathline or Armageddon, a 1997 science fiction action film starring Rutger Hauer Armageddon 1998 film, an American disaster film starring Bruce ...

                                               

D32

D32 or D-32 may refer to: HMS Daring D32, a 2006 British Royal Navy D Class of air defence destroyer HMS Chaser D32, a 1943 British Royal Navy Bogue-class escort aircraft carrier D-32 Michigan county highway HMS Camperdown D32, a 1944 British Roy ...

                                               

Ken Howard (disambiguation)

Ken Howard was an American actor Ken or Kenneth Howard may also refer to: Kenneth Howard cricketer born 1941, English cricketer Ken Howard Episcopal priest born 1952, American priest Kenneth Howard, 1st Earl of Effingham 1767–1845, British peer K ...

                                               

Alexander Moroz (disambiguation)

Alexander Moroz was a Ukrainian chess grandmaster. Alexander Moroz or Oleksandr Moroz Ukrainian Олександр Мороз; Russian Александр Мороз may also refer to: Alexander Moroz, Belarusian captain of 2016 rescue vessel Aquarius NGO ship Oleksandr Moro ...

                                               

Steeplechase

Steeplechase may refer to: Steeplechase roller coaster Steeplechase athletics, an event in athletics that derives its name from the steeplechase in horse racing Steeplechase Pier, a former Atlantic City, New Jersey Boardwalk attraction destroyed ...

                                               

Eugene Jacobs

Eugene "Gene" Jacobs was an American trainer and owner of Thoroughbred racehorses who conditioned Sheilas Reward to back-to-back American Champion Sprint Horse national honors in 1950 and 1951. He was a brother to trainer Sidney Jacobs and to U.S ...

                                               

Thoroughbred (disambiguation)

Thoroughbred film, a 1936 Australian race-horse drama Thoroughbred series, a series of young-adult novels that revolves around equestrianism The Thoroughbred 1916 film, a 1916 American silent drama film Thoroughbreds 2017 film, a 2017 American fi ...

                                               

Jack Robinson

Jack Robinson footballer, born 1887 1887–?, English footballer Jack Robinson horse racing, British horse racer of 1905 Jack Robinson footballer, born 1993, English footballer Jack Robinson American football 1913–1971, American football player Jac ...

                                               

Great Lakes (disambiguation)

The Great Lakes are a collection of large lakes in eastern North America. Great Lakes or Great Lake may also refer to: Great Lakes region, the area near the Great Lakes in the United States and Canada

                                               

Benjamin Rogers

Benjamin or Ben Rogers may refer to: Benedict Rogers, British human rights activist Benjamin Bickley Rogers 1828–1919, English classical scholar Ben Rogers archer born 1947, American archer on the mens gold medal team in the 2014 World Field Arch ...

                                               

Assem Afifi

From the early 1980s to the mid-1990s, Assem Afifi was one of Egypts leading chess players. Assem Afifi has participated two times in Interzonal Tournaments of the World Chess Championships: In 1985 in Tunis ranked 16th place; In 1990 in Manila s ...

                                               

Cherubino Staldi

Cherubino Staldi participated in several Italian Chess Championships. In 1935, in Florence he shared 6th – 7th place with Mario Napolitano and obtained the title of National Chess Master. In 1947, in Rome Staldi shared 1st – 2rd place with Vincen ...

                                               

Guillermo Estevez Morales

In the early 1970s Guillermo Estevez Morales was one of the leading Cuban chess players. He won the Cuban Chess Championship in 1972. In 1973 in Leningrad Guillermo Estevez Morales participated in the World Chess Championship Interzonal Tournamen ...

                                               

Michael Adams

Michael Adams may refer to: J. Michael Adams 1947–2012, president of Fairleigh Dickinson University Michael Adams journalist 1920–2005, who worked for the BBC Michael Adams American football born 1985, NFL cornerback Michael Adams Kentucky politi ...

                                               

Alan Taylor

Alan Taylor may refer to: Alan Taylor television presenter 1924–1997, Welsh television presenter Alan Taylor Australian judge 1901–1969, Australian High Court judge Alan Taylor footballer, born 1943, English football goalkeeper for Blackpool Alan ...

                                               

Daniel Patterson

Daniel Patterson may refer to: Daniel Patterson volleyball born 1947, American former volleyball player Daniel J. Patterson 1857–?, American architect Daniel Patterson naval officer 1786–1839, officer in the United States Navy Daniel Patterson ch ...

                                               

Francisco Alvarez

Francisco Alvarez may refer to: Francisco Alvarez-Cascos born 1947, Spanish civil engineer and politician Francisco Alvarez beach volleyball born 1969, Cuban beach volleyball player Francisco Alvarez actor 1892–1960, Argentine actor Francisco Alv ...

                                               

David Ferguson

David or Dave Ferguson may refer to: Dave Ferguson footballer, born 1903 1903–1975, Australian rules footballer for Geelong and North Melbourne David Ferguson volleyball born 1982, Australian volleyball player Sir David Ferguson judge 1861–1941, ...

                                               

Sergio Gonzalez

Sergio Gonzalez or Gonzalez may refer to: Sergio Gonzalez Garcia born 1955, Mexican politician Sergio Gonzalez footballer, born 1961, Argentine footballer Sergio Gonzalez sailor born 1925, Mexican sailor Sergio Gonzalez footballer, born 1995, Arg ...

                                               

Hristo Kostanda

Hristo Kostanda, known as with his given nickname Sutçu - literally meaning Milkman ", was a Turkish footballer. He is most known for his spell at Besiktas J.K, where he took a part of colloquially known unforgettable Besiktas squad, including cl ...

                                               

David Barker

David Barker may refer to: David R. Barker born 1961, American author, academic and businessman Dave Barker born 1948, Jamaican singer David B. Barker born 1943, British Olympic equestrian David Barker Stevenson 1801–1859, Canadian businessman Da ...

                                               

Harvey Smith

Harvey Smith may refer to: Harvey Smith American politician born 1945, American politician in the state of Vermont L. Harvey Smith born 1948, New Jersey state senator Harvey Smith baseball 1871–1962, baseball player Harvey Smith equestrian born 1 ...

                                               

Lars Andersson

Lars Andersson may refer to: Lars Andersson cyclist born 1988, Swedish cyclist Lars Andersson i Hedensbyn 1888–1974, Swedish politician Lars Andersson footballer, Swedish footballer Lars Andersson equestrian born 1956, Swedish Olympic equestrian ...

                                               

Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee equestrian born 1965, Hong Kong equestrian Jennifer Nicole Lee born 1975, American model and actress Jennie Lee British actress 1854–1930, British stage actress Jennie Lee, Baroness Lee of Asheridge 1904–1988, British politician and ...

                                               

Paul OBrien (disambiguation)

Paul OBrien is an Australian actor. Paul OBrien may also refer to: Paul OBrien Scottish footballer born 1967, Scottish footballer Paul OBrien chemist 1954–2018, professor of chemistry Paul OBrien equestrian born 1968, New Zealand equestrian Paul ...

                                               

David Foster (disambiguation)

David Foster is a Canadian musician and record producer, pianist. David Foster may also refer to: David Foster Royal Navy officer 1920–2010, pilot David Foster film producer 1929–2019, American film producer The Mask of Zorro, The Thing David Fos ...

                                               

Jack Lewis

Jack Lewis screenwriter 1924–2009, American screenwriter, stuntman, and U.S. Marine C. S. Lewis 1898–1963, known as Jack, British novelist, professor, and Christian apologist Jack Lewis author born 1964, American author and Motorcyclist magazine ...

                                               

Hugh Thomas

Hugh Thomas may refer to: Hugh Thomas priest c. 1706–1780, Dean of Ely and Master of Christs College, Cambridge Hugh Thomas actor born 1949, Welsh actor Hugh Thomas coach, Australian rules football coach Hugh Owen Thomas 1834–1891, Welsh surgeon ...

                                               

Kurt Bertsch

Bertsch played his youth football by St. Gallen and joined their first team for the 1939–40 Nationalliga season. He played for them for four seasons before moving on. Bertsch joined Basel for their 1943–44 season. After playing in five test match ...

                                               

Crvena Zvezda–Partizan basketball rivalry

The Crvena Zvezda–Partizan basketball rivalry, commonly referred as the Eternal derby, is a Adriatic League, Serbian League, and Belgrade-based rivalry between Crvena zvezda and Partizan. These two basketball clubs are the biggest and most popula ...

                                               

Paul Stocklin

Paul Stocklin was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel in the 1940s and early 1950s. He played mainly in the position as Striker, but also as midfielder. Stocklin joined Basels first team for their 1945–46 season under team manager Max Barr ...

                                               

Longboat (disambiguation)

Longboat or long boat or variant, may refer to: Longboat, a type of boat carried by sailing ships, for long distance sail or rowed movement or large cargo transfer

                                               

Hermann Suter (footballer)

Hermann Suter was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel in the 1940s and 1950s. He also played one season for Young Fellows Zurich. He played mainly as Striker, but also as midfielder. Suter played his youth football by Basel and joined thei ...

                                               

Cos.Mo.S

Cos.Mo.S was started in 1950s by Ing. Pucciarini, a former Italian combat diver. Development of their initial offering, Ippocampo Sea Horse, predates the establishment of the company and was built/tested in 1950/51. The American Underwater Demoli ...

                                               

Nikolay Sergeevich Belkov

Nikolay Sergeevich Belkov - designer, member of the Union of Artists of Russia, author the pictograms system which was patented and officially used on Olympic Games in 1980, Moscow. Used to be the permanent participant of Leningrad, all-Russian, ...

                                               

Werner Wenk

Werner Wenk is a Swiss former footballer who played in the 1940s and early 1950s as midfielder. Wenk played his youth football by FC Basel and advanced to their first team during their 1939–40 season. He played his domestic league debut for the c ...

                                               

Hans Herbert Joris

Hans Herbert Joris was a German conductor and academic teacher who worked at the Theater Dortmund and the Staatsoper Hannover and taught at the Hochschule fur Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover.

                                               

Jonathan Lee

Jonathan or Jon Lee may refer to: M Jonathan Lee born 1974, British novelist Jonathan Lee novelist born 1981, British writer and novelist Jon Lee drummer 1968–2002, former drummer of Welsh rock band Feeder Jonathan Lee satirist, British satirist ...

                                               

Mark Williams

Mark Williams album Mark Williams writer born 1951, academic, writer, critic, poet Mark Williams singer born 1954, New Zealand singer Mark Williams Ardington, British visual effects artist Mark Williams organist born 1978, Informator Choristarum ...

                                               

Jack Van Dyke

Jack Van Dyke was a sailor from the Wisconsin, United States, who became the second president of the International Soling Association. Van Dyke started his sailing career in 1917 as a 5-year old bilge sailor on his fathers A-Scow. From that time ...

                                               

Mark Griffin

Mark Griffin, American rapper and musician known professionally as MC 900 Ft. Jesus Marc Griffin, American rapper and musician known professionally as Marc E. Bassy