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Father Time (disambiguation)

Father Time novel, a 2001 Doctor Who novel by Lance Parkin Father Time Marvel Comics, a Marvel Comics superhero who first appeared in 1941 Father Time DC Comics, a DC Comics supervillain who first appeared in 2006

                                               

Tel Shor

Tel Shor, or Tell Thorah is an archaeological site in the center of the western Jezreel Valley. It contains a small settlement mound with an area of 3 dunams. It rises to a hegiht of 5–6 metres above the alluvial plain. It is situated 1 kilometre ...

                                               

National Museum of Art

The term National Museum of Art or National Art Museum may refer to: National Art Museum of Azerbaijan National Art Museum station in Line 8, Beijing Subway National Art Museum of China M. K. Čiurlionis National Art Museum National Museum of Art, ...

                                               

Esther Gehlin

Esther Gehlin nee Henriques was a Danish-Swedish painter of Jewish descent whose water colours and oils include still lifes, interiors, portraits and landscapes. From 1922, she and her artist husband Hugo Gehlin settled in the Swedish town of Hel ...

                                               

Dine

Erjon Dine born 1981, Albanian football player; the goalkeeper currently plays for KS Apolonia Fier "Dine Ojne", a single by Danish singer Jon Norgaard, from his third studio album Uden dig, released in Denmark as a digital download on 7 March 20 ...

                                               

Marilee Shapiro Asher

Marilee Shapiro Asher is a sculptor, author and survivor of both the Spanish Flu and COVID-19. Asher was born to a wealthy Chicago family, being a daughter of Bonnie Harris. She contracted the Spanish Flu when she was six. She started studying sc ...

                                               

Agnes Lukacs

Agnes Lukacs was a Hungarian-Jewish painter, graphic artist and secondary school teacher. She was the daughter of the painter Gyula Lukacs.

                                               

Chill

Chill film, a 2007 low-budget, independent horror film written and directed by Serge Rudnunsky Joe Chill, a character in the Batman series attributed with the murder of Bruce Waynes parents Chills TV series, British television show

                                               

Tag League

Tag League may refer to: Global Tag League, a professional wrestling round-robin tag team tournament held annually by Pro Wrestling NOAH Tag League the Best, a professional wrestling tag team tournament originally held by All Japan Womens Pro-Wre ...

                                               

Monument (disambiguation)

Monument, Oregon, U.S. Monument, Kansas, U.S. Monument, Colorado, U.S. Monument, New Mexico, U.S. Monument Island, an uninhabited Canadian arctic island Monument, Pennsylvania, U.S. Monument station MBTA, a closed light rail stop in Boston, Massa ...

                                               

Ten Commandments Monument

Ten Commandments Monument Little Rock, Arkansas Ten Commandments Memorial, Phoenix, Arizona, located in Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza Ten Commandments Monument, removed from the grounds of Bloomfield, New Mexico city hall Ten Commandments Monument ...

                                               

Bridge on the Neretva

The Bridge on the Neretva is the memorial bridge on the Neretva river, in Jablanica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bridge is part of the Memorial of the Battle on the Neretva dedicated to the famous World War II battle, fought between Yugoslav partisan ...

                                               

Heriot (disambiguation)

Heriot or Heriots may refer to: George Heriots School, a school he founded in Edinburgh George Heriot 1563–1624, a Scottish goldsmith and philanthropist Heriots Rugby Club, originally for former pupils of the school Heriot, the English term used ...

                                               

Eubank

Eubank is a surname of Anglo-Saxon origin in use since the 13th century, derived from the phrase yew-bank, referring to those who lived near a ridge of yew. Historical spellings include Ewbanke, Ewbanck, Ewbancke, Ewbanche, Ubank, Yuebanc, and Ew ...

                                               

Illumination

Illumination, an observable property and effect of light, may also refer to Lighting, the use of light sources Illuminated manuscript, the artistic decoration of hand-written texts Illumination image, the use of light and shadow in art Global ill ...

                                               

Imperial Edward

"Imperial Edward" is an American military march written in 1902 by John Philip Sousa, and dedicated to Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom. Sousa received permission to dedicate the march to Edward VII during a conversation with the royal fami ...

                                               

Gwyn Pritchard

Pritchard was born in Yorkshire and brought up on a farm near Marlborough in Wiltshire. His parents were not musicians, but his family inherited a piano when he was 11 and he began to teach himself to play and to compose. At 13 he also took up th ...

                                               

Joan Myers

Joan Myers is a fine art photographer best known for her images of Antarctica and the American West. She has also photographed the Japanese Relocation Camp from the 1940s, the Spanish pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, India wildlife, women as ...

                                               

New Valencian School

The New Valencian School was a trend within Spanish comics that originated in Valencia during the transition to democracy initially through fanzines and peaked editorially during the early 1980s. It was comprised by several Valencian artists, suc ...

                                               

Esther 10

Esther 10 is the tenth chapter of the Book of Esther in the Hebrew Bible or the Old Testament of the Christian Bible, The author of the book is unknown and modern scholars have established that the final stage of the Hebrew text would have been f ...

                                               

Shelah

Shelah may refer to: Shelah son of Judah, a son of Judah according to the Bible Saleh, a prophet described in the Quran whom some scholars believe to be the Islamic counterpart of Shelah son of Judah Saharon Shelah born 1945, a contemporary mathe ...

                                               

David Simpson

David Simpson may refer to: David Simpson Texas politician born 1961, Texas Representative David F. Simpson 1860–1925, American jurist David Simpson cricketer born 1983, Irish cricketer David Simpson artist born 1928, American artist Dave Simpson ...

                                               

Robert Charles (disambiguation)

Robert Charles was an African American whose arrest led to the Robert Charles riots. Robert Charles may also refer to: Bob Charles politician 1936–2016, Australian Liberal politician Sir Bob Charles golfer born 1936, New Zealand professional golf ...

                                               

Exum

Exum may refer to: Benjamin Exum, member of the North Carolina General Assembly of 1778 Cecil Exum born 1962, American–Australian basketball player Dante Exum born 1995, Australian basketball player son of Cecil Exum Mountain Guides, in Wyoming, ...

                                               

Charles Barrett

Charles Barrett may refer to: C. K. Barrett Charles Kingsley Barrett, 1917–2011, British biblical scholar Charles W. Barrett 1869–1947, American architect with Barrett & Thomson Charles D. Barrett 1885–1943, U.S. Marines officer Charles Leslie Ba ...

                                               

Henri Cazelles

Henri Cazelles, born on 8 June 1912 and died on 10 January 2009 in Paris, is a French exegete, priest of Saint-Sulpice, doctor of theology, licentiate in Sacred Scripture, doctor of law, graduate of the Ecole libre des sciences politiques, doctor ...

                                               

Steven Mason

Steven, Stephen or Steve Mason may refer to: Stephen Finney Mason 1923–2007, British chemist and scientific historian Steve Mason poet 1940–2005, American war veteran and poet Steve Mason broadcaster, American sports radio personality based in So ...

                                               

Primeval

Primeval may refer to: Primeval forest, an area of forest that has attained great age Primeval number, a positive integer satisfying certain conditions Primeval history, name given by biblical scholars to the first eleven chapters of the Book of ...

                                               

James Todd

James Todd may refer to: James Todd Canadian settler 1832–1925, English-born Canadian settler Jimmy Todd 1921–2007, Northern Ireland footballer Jimmy Todd Scottish footballer 1895–1916, Scottish footballer Jim Todd born 1952, American basketball ...

                                               

John Bright (disambiguation)

John Bright may refer to: John Bright costume designer, born March 1940, Oscar-winning costume designer. Sir John Bright, 1st Baronet 1619–1688, Parliamentarian soldier and MP John Bright screenwriter 1908–1989 American screenwriter from Baltimor ...

                                               

Jean Leclerc

Jean Leclerc may refer to: Jean Leclerc politician born 1958, Canadian politician and businessman Jean Leclerc born 1961, Quebecois singer better known as Jean Leloup Jean LeClerc actor born 1948, Quebecois actor best known for appearing in the A ...

                                               

Thomas Romer

Thomas Romer, is a Swiss exegete, philologist and biblist, of German origin. After teaching at the University of Geneva, he became professor of the Old Testament at the University of Lausanne and, from 2007, held the chair "Biblical environments" ...

                                               

Tel Hadid

Tel Hadid is located on an isolated hill, 147 metres 482 ft above sea level south of a tributary of Nahal Ayalon. It overlooks the central coastal plain of Israel, the Lydda Valley and the Tel Aviv metropolitan area. The local rock in this area i ...

                                               

John Rogerson

John Rogerson may refer to: John W. Rogerson 1935–2018, biblical scholar and Church of England priest John Rogerson Barnard Castle MP 1865–1925, Conservative Member of Parliament, 1922–1923 John Rogerson physician 1741–?, Scots born physician to ...

                                               

James Barr

James Barr may refer to: James Barr presenter born 1984, British radio and television presenter James Clayton Barr 1856–1937, Commodore of the Cunard line James Barr politician 1862–1949, British Labour Party politician; MP for Motherwell, 1924–1 ...

                                               

Anthony Campbell

Anthony Campbell may refer to: Anthony Campbell boxer born 1990, American boxer Anthony Campbell physician, retired consultant physician at The Royal London Homeopathic Hospital Anthony Alexander Campbell, British rapper and producer better known ...

                                               

Sæbo

Sæbo municipality, a former municipality in Vestland county, Norway Sæbo, Rogaland, a village in the Finnoy area of Stavanger municipality, Rogaland county, Norway Sæbo, Hordaland, a village in Alver municipality, Vestland county, Norway Sæbo Chu ...

                                               

Louise Smith (disambiguation)

Louise Smith was an American NASCAR driver. Louise Smith may also refer to: Louise Clappe 1819–1906, nee Smith, writer Louise A. Smith, American author Louise Smith state trooper, First black woman to serve in an American state police force Louis ...

                                               

Kenneth McLeish

John Kenneth Tyrrell McLeish, known as Kenneth McLeish was a British writer, playwright and translator. McLeish, "the most widely respected and prolific translator of drama in Britain", translated all the surviving classical Greek plays, most pla ...

                                               

Van Vloten

Kitty van Vloten 1867–1945, wife of Albert Verwey. Betsy van Vloten 1862–1946, wife of Willem Witsen. Anton August van Vloten 1864-1920, Dutch businessman and politician. Johannes van Vloten 1818–1883, Dutch theologican,Literary man, Philosopher, ...

                                               

Met

Metropolitan Building Minneapolis, taken down in 1961 Metropolitan Theatre Winnipeg, a National Historic Site of Canada, originally a cinema and now an entertainment and special events venue The Met skyscraper, condominium high-rise in Bangkok, T ...

                                               

Miriam (disambiguation)

Miriam Yeung, Cantopop singer, sometimes known as just "Miriam" Miriam Stockley, South African-born British singer Miriam given name Mirriam, the English vocaloid from Zero-G, voiced by Miriam Stockley Miriam, pen name of Zenon Przesmycki 1861-19 ...

                                               

Ferrar Fenton

Ferrar Fenton, M.R.A.S. was a London businessman, a manufacturer, and financial organizer. He is perhaps most well known for his translation of The Bible in Modern English, which is commonly referred to as the Ferrar Fenton Bible. Fenton made tra ...

                                               

Wycliffe Bible Translators (UK & Ireland)

Wycliffe Bible Translators is a Christian mission agency with a primary focus on Bible translation for people worldwide. It is the UKs largest Bible translation organisation.

                                               

Bernard MacMahon

Bernard MacMahon or McMahon may refer to: Bernard MacMahon bishop 1680–1747, Irish Roman Catholic prelate; Archbishop of Armagh Bernard McMahon died 1816, Irish-American horticulturist, most famous for The American Gardeners Calendar Bernard McMa ...

                                               

Ali Bey (disambiguation)

Mihaloğlu Ali Bey 1425–1507, Ottoman military commander and sanjakbey of Smederevo Ali Bey, Prince of Dulkadir fl. 1515, governor of Dulkadir Ali Kemal Bey 1867–1922, Ottoman journalist, newspaper editor and poet Ali Bey Evrenosoglu, or simply Al ...

                                               

Codex Sinaiticus Rescriptus

The Codex Sinaiticus Rescriptus is an accumulation of sixteen or even eighteen Christian Palestinian Aramaic palimpsest manuscripts containing Old Testament and Gospel Lectionaries, various hagiographic texts, and the Catecheses by Cyril of Jerus ...

                                               

Codex Vaticanus (disambiguation)

The Codex Vaticanus is one of the oldest and most valuable extant manuscripts of the Greek Bible. In addition to that most common reference, however, the term may refer to any other of the manuscripts preserved in the Vatican Library, a partial l ...

                                               

Minuscule (disambiguation)

Minuscule may refer to: Greek minuscule, used in Greek manuscripts since the 9th century AD Lower case letter, see Letter case#Minuscule Minuscule cursive or new Roman cursive, used in Latin manuscripts 3rd–7th century AD Carolingian minuscule, u ...

                                               

F13

F13, F 13, F.13 or F-13 may refer to: Stephen Kings F13, a video game the ICD-10 code for Mental and behavioural disorders due to use of sedatives or hypnotics Friday the 13th, a series of horror films Triskaidekaphobia, the fear of the number 13 ...