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Cabalum

Cabalum, family name from Leon, Iloilo and its equivalent in various languages stem, refers to: A cabal is a group of people united in some design, often secretively. cabalum linguae anglicae de enochiana particulari per De Collectanarum Heptarch ...

                                               

KAHU

Kahu or KAHU may refer to: HMNZS Kahu P3571, a Fairmile B motor launch of the Royal New Zealand Navy HMNZS Kahu A04, a Moa class inshore patrol vessel of the Royal New Zealand Navy Project Kahu, a major upgrade for the A-4 Skyhawk fighter jet KIP ...

                                               

Last Session

Last Session Grant Green album, final album by American jazz guitarist Grant Green featuring performances recorded in 1978 Last Sessions: Their Complete Victor Recordings 1934–1941 a compilation of recordings made by American country music group ...

                                               

Kuwait–Saudi Arabia border

The border starts in the east the tripoint with Iraq on the Wadi Al-Batin; a straight line of 90 km 55 m, angled slightly to the south-east, then proceeds eastwards. The border then turns southwards via a series of irregular lines, before turning ...

                                               

Olori (title)

Olori, otherwise appearing as Oloorì, is a title of honour within the chieftaincy system of the Yorubas of West Africa. It is typically translated from the Yoruba language as either queen consort or, more correctly, princess consort.

                                               

Amjad Saqib

Muhammad Amjad Saqib, is a Pakistani social entrepreneur, development practitioner, author and a former civil servant. He founded Akhuwat Foundation which runs a microfinance credit program at zero interest rate. It is also working on providing f ...

                                               

Araneta Properties

Araneta Properties Inc. is a publicly listed real estate company involved in real estate development headed by Gregorio Maria Araneta III, a member of the Araneta family.

                                               

September 1984 Welcome Rotonda protest dispersal

The September 1984 Welcome Rotonda protest dispersal was a landmark incident which happened on September 27, 1984, near the end of the administration of Ferdinand Marcos, in which pro-Marcos forces hosed down and fired tear gas on several thousan ...

                                               

Rette Jones Racing

Rette Jones Racing is an American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series and ARCA Menards Series. The team is owned by Terry Jones and friend Mark Rette and currently fields the ...

                                               

Molson (disambiguation)

Molson is the surname of a Canadian family that has been influential in business and politics. For a list of family members, see Molson family and Category:Molson family. They have, either directly or through their businesses, lent their name to ...

                                               

2020 in Michigan

House District 6: Fred Upton Republican House District 4: John Moolenaar Republican House District 12: Debbie Dingell Democrat House District 7: Tim Walberg Republican House District 14: Brenda Lawrence Democrat House District 5: Dan Kildee Democ ...

                                               

Amy Corbett

Amy Corbett is a Scottish Senior Design Manager and product lead at the Lego Group. She is most known as a judge in the American tv-series Lego Masters.

                                               

Jan Teczynski

Jan Teczynski may refer to: Jan Teczynski 1485–1553, Chamberlain and voivode of Sandomierz, Castellan and governor of Lublin, Speaker of the court of the Crown, Castellan of Wojnicki, and Count of the Holy Roman Empire Jan Teczynski died 1470, me ...

                                               

Bruce Davis

Bruce Davis may refer to: Bruce M. Davis born 1942, member of the Manson family convicted of the murder of Donald "Shorty" Shea Bruce Davis offensive tackle born 1956, former American football offensive lineman Bruce Davis linebacker born 1985, c ...

                                               

Davis House

Davis House may refer to: in Canada George Davis House Toronto in the United States Isaac Davis House, Worcester, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed in Worcester County Davis-Hull House, Carthage, Tennessee, NRHP-listed in Tennessee Howell J. Davis House ...

                                               

Family reunion (disambiguation)

A family reunion takes place on a specified day each year for the purpose of keeping an extended family closer together. Family Reunion may also refer to:

                                               

Homecoming (disambiguation)

Homecoming: Reclaiming and Championing Your Inner Child, a 1990 book by John Bradshaw Homecoming: When the Soldiers Returned from Vietnam, a 1989 book by Bob Greene Homecoming: Essays on African and Caribbean Literature, Culture, and Politics, a ...

                                               

List of public art in Queens

The following public artworks have been displayed in Queens, New York City: Crack of Dawn Sundial Four Figures Raising Arms Glendale World War Memorial Untitled by Alice Aycock Education and Athletics Untitled Hexagonal Sculpture Girl Weeding The ...

                                               

W. Stanley Hanson

W. Stanley Hanson was a photographer, ethnographer, and trusted friend of the Miccosukee and Seminole tribes in South Florida. He served as tax collector and commissioner in Lee County, Florida. The Smithsonian Institution has a collection of his ...

                                               

R9

Radial Road 9 or R-9, an arterial road of Manila, Philippines Renault R9, a small French family car R9 New York City Subway car Camai Air, IATA airline code

                                               

President Roosevelt

President Roosevelt may refer to: Theodore Roosevelt 1858–1919, 26th President of the United States Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt, his presidency Presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt, his presidency Franklin D. Roosevelt 1882–1945, 32nd Preside ...

                                               

Augustus Franklin Crail

Augustus Franklin Frank Crail, was a Montana pioneer and homesteader, cattle rancher, developer of a unique strain of wheat, politician, and a 2013 Legacy Inductee into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame.

                                               

Family tree (disambiguation)

Family Tree Oregon album, 2012 Family Tree Nick Drake album, 2007 "Family Tree", a song by Gerry Rafferty from Night Owl "Family Tree", a song by Belle & Sebastian Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like a Peasant "Family Tree" Kings of Leon song, 2 ...

                                               

Coconut Tree

"Coconut Tree", song by The Humblebums 1969 "Coconut Tree", song by Brendan Croker And The 5 OClock Shadows, traditional tune arranged Croker, 1989 "Coconut Tree", song by Derrick Morgan Jamaica 1965 Coconut Tree song Mohombi RedOne Bilal "The Ch ...

                                               

Another World

Another World M. C. Escher, a woodcut print by M. C. Escher Another World TV series, an American soap opera which ran from 1964 to 1999 Another World film, a 1937 French-German film by Marc Allegret The Another World, the literal English translat ...

                                               

Stilt (disambiguation)

Stilts may refer to: Stilts architecture, poles, posts or pillars used to allow a structure or building to stand at a distance above the ground. "Stilts" Malcolm in the Middle, the 20th episode of the 6th season of Malcolm in the Middle Stilt jou ...

                                               

Wrangler

Wrangler may refer to: Wrangler University of Cambridge, a student who has completed the third year of the mathematical tripos with first-class honours Wrangler band, an electronica musical band founded by Stephen Mallinder Goodyear Wrangler, a c ...

                                               

Duck (disambiguation)

Duck, West Virginia, United States, an unincorporated community Duck, North Carolina, United States, a small town Monte Creek, British Columbia, Canada, a rural locality originally named "Ducks" Duck Creek disambiguation Duck River disambiguation ...

                                               

Time bomb (disambiguation)

Time Bomb, a 2008 direct-to-video film starring Jake Busey Time Bomb 1994 film, an Indian Kannada action thriller film Time Bomb 2006 film, a thriller film Timebomb 1991 film, an American science fiction action film Time Bomb 1953 film or Terror ...

                                               

Dan Price

Dan Price is an American Internet entrepreneur. He is the CEO of the online credit card processing company Gravity Payments, which he started while a student at Seattle Pacific University. He gained recognition after he raised his company’s minim ...

                                               

Jenny Gordy

Jenny Gordy is an American fashion designer and patternmaker based in Portland, Oregon. She is best known as the owner of Wiksten, a sewing and knitting pattern company. Gordy grew up in Kansas and learned to sew from her grandmother. By 15 she k ...

                                               

Guess Whos Coming to Dinner (disambiguation)

Guess Whos Coming to Dinner?, a New Zealand programme broadcast by TVNZ "Guess Whos Coming to Dinner", a McLeods Daughters episode "Guess Whos Coming for Dinner?", a Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi episode

                                               

Last Train Home

Last Train Home EP, a 2009 EP by Ryan Star, or the title song "Last Train Home", an instrumental by the Pat Metheny Group from Still Life Talking "Last Train Home" Lostprophets song Pat Metheny Group Essential Collection: Last Train Home, a 2015 ...

                                               

J. Patrick Metke

John Patrick Metke was an Oregon businessman and state legislator. He was a Republican who served one two-year term in the Oregon House of Representatives. Outside the legislature, Metke was a partner in an insurance agency located in Bend, Orego ...

                                               

Empyre

Teddy Altman is made a mysterious offer at the cost of leaving Billy Kaplan. He accepts the offer which was to become the new ruler of the Kree-Skrull Alliance, adopting the mantle of "Dorrek VIII," and beginning the preparations of invading the ...

                                               

Dorothy Rodgers

Dorothy Rodgers was an American author, inventor, businesswoman, and philanthropist. She was married to the Broadway composer Richard Rodgers, of the famous duo Rodgers and Hammerstein.

                                               

Harriman

Harriman or Hariman is a surname derived from the given name Herman, and in turn occurs as a placename derived from the surname in the United States.

                                               

Popper

Popper may refer to: Poppers, the family of drugs that are a subset of a class of chemicals known as alkyl nitrites Popper surname, including a list of people with the name Popper see Popping dance), a person dancing in a certain street/funk styl ...

                                               

The Family Business (TV series)

The Family Business is an American crime family drama created by Carl Weber and based on his bestselling crime drama book series. Originally developed as an independent film franchise, BET produced it as an eight-episode limited series in 2018. T ...

                                               

Kendall Hunt Publishing Company

Kendall Hunt is an independent educational publishing house founded in 1944 as William C. Brown Publishing. The company is based in Dubuque, Iowa, and is still owned by the Brown family.

                                               

RWJ

RWJ may refer to: Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, a medical school whose stated purpose is education, research, health care delivery, and the promotion of community health Robert Wood Johnson III 1920–1970, American philanthropist and busines ...

                                               

A Secret Love

A Secret Love is an 2020 American documentary film, directed by Chris Bolan. Ryan Murphy serves as a producer on the film, while Jason Blum serves as an executive producer under his Blumhouse Productions banner. It stars Terry Donahue and Pat Hen ...

                                               

Edmund Beloin

Edmund Beloin was an American writer of radio, film, and television. Beloin was a medical student at New York University when he changed career paths and became a writer in 1931. He and Bill Morrow were signed to The Jack Benny Program for the 19 ...

                                               

Veronica Miele Beard

Veronica Miele Beard is an American entrepreneur and fashion designer who co-founded Veronica Beard, a New York-based fashion company, with her sister-in law Veronica Swanson Beard. She was born and grew up in North Caldwell, New Jersey. After co ...

                                               

Jonathan Hoffman

Jonathan Hoffman is an American investment banker and bond trader. Hoffman has worked as a high-profile trader for both Lehman Brothers and Barclays.

                                               

Lindsay Verrier

Born Walter Lindsay Isaac in England, Verrier qualified as a doctor before emigrating to Fiji in 1938 where he worked as a medical officer in Suva, Levuka and Nadroga. In 1940 he was transferred to the Gilbert Islands, but returned to Fiji follow ...

                                               

Maera

Maera hound, hound of Icarius, was turned into the dog star The name Maera or Maira is used by several beings in Greek mythology Maera, one of the Nereids, daughters of Nereus and Doris Maera, one of the four daughters of the river god Erasinus, ...

                                               

Circles (Mac Miller album)

Circles is the sixth studio album by American rapper Mac Miller. It was released posthumously on January 17, 2020, by Warner Records, and was being worked on by Miller before his death in September 2018. Production was completed by Jon Brion.

                                               

Dusty Miller

Dusty Miller mayor 1929-2012, Canadian politician, mayor of Thunder Bay, Ontario Dusty Miller martyr died 1945, British P.O.W. during the Second World War, crucified by a Japanese guard because of his faith Dusty Miller 1900s outfielder 1876–1950 ...

                                               

Scott Miller

Scott Miller country musician born 1968, Southern rock singer with the Commonwealth, former member of the V-Roys Scott Miller pop musician 1960–2013, rock guitarist, songwriter, author, founder of bands Game Theory and The Loud Family