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Patrick Hase

Patrick Hases bibliography includes: Hase, Patrick H. 2008. The Six-Day War of 1899: Hong Kong in the Age of Imperialism. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. ISBN 9789622098992. CS1 maint: ref=harv link Hase, Patrick 1995. "Alliance of Ten". I ...

                                               

Short Term European Paper (STEP)

Short-term European paper STEP is a short-term financing instrument and investment tool, and also a tool for the European Union to align the market standards and practices to promote the integration of the European market. The EU has accepted the ...

                                               

Sudwall

The Mediterranean Wall, also known as the Southern Wall, was an extensive system of coastal fortifications built by Nazi Germany during the Second World War, between 1943 and 1945. The project foresaw that the fortifications would extend along al ...

                                               

Fort of São Filipe de Setubal

The Fort of São Filipe de Setubal, also referred to as the São Filipe Castle or the São Filipe Fortress, is in the city of Setubal in the Setubal District, of Portugal. The fort was built on the orders of Philip II of Spain, who personally witnes ...

                                               

Darling Harbour Yard

Darling Harbour Yard was a goods railway yard in Darling Harbour, New South Wales, Australia. The yard was once the origin of all outgoing goods traffic from Sydney. After closing to heavy rail in 1993, the alignment of the Metropolitan Goods lin ...

                                               

Hereford General Hospital

Hereford General Hospital was a health facility located on Nelson Street in Hereford. The main building, which has since been converted into apartments, remains a Grade II listed building.

                                               

Christopher Inn

The Christopher Inn was a hotel in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. The cylindrical mid-century modern hotel had 16 floors, 137 wedge-shaped rooms, and modern interiors at the time. The hotel operated from 1963 to 1988, when it was demolished. The site i ...

                                               

Walworth Town Hall

The building, which was designed by Henry Jarvis in the Italianate style, was opened as the vestry hall of St Mary, Newington in August 1865. After the Newington Public Library had been built to the south east of the town hall in 1892, an infill ...

                                               

List of presidents of the University of Kentucky

The University of Kentucky is a public research university in Lexington, Kentucky. It was founded by John Bryan Bowman in 1865 as the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky, a publicly charted department of Kentucky University, under the ...

                                               

North Adelaide Post Office

North Adelaide Post Office is a heritage-listed post office at 166 Tynte Street, North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. It was added to the Australian Commonwealth Heritage List on 8 November 2011.

                                               

HMS Melpomene (1915)

HMS Melpomene was a Medea -class destroyer of the British Royal Navy. She was one of four destroyers, of similar design to the British M-class ordered by Greece in June 1914, which the British purchased during construction owing to the outbreak o ...

                                               

Central Tramway Company, Scarborough Limited

The Central Tramway Company is an electric powered Funicular railway located in the popular holiday resort of Scarborough, North Yorkshire. The company has the distinction of being the oldest surviving Tramway Company in the UK, as the original c ...

                                               

The Kappa Delta Sorority House at Washington State University

The Kappa Delta Sorority House at Washington State University provides chapter housing for the collegiate women attending Washington State University who are members of the Kappa Delta sorority. The house is located in Pullman, Washington just of ...

                                               

Kate Baldwin Free Kindergarten

The Kate Baldwin Free Kindergarten building is located at 134–142 Houston Street in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia. Built of brick, the building stands at the corner of Houston and East York Streets in the southeastern corner of Green ...

                                               

Chequerfield

The estate has a parade of shops situated around Chequerfield Circle; which includes a convenience store, fish and chip shop, several takeaways and a Betfred bookmakers. There is one pub; the Chequerfield Hotel also situated on the Cirle. Pontefr ...

                                               

Hyatt Regency Seattle

Hyatt Regency Seattle, also known as 808 Howell Street and 8th & Howell, is a high-rise hotel in the Denny Triangle neighborhood of Seattle, Washington that opened in December 2018. The 45-story hotel, operated by Hyatt, has 1.260 hotel rooms and ...

                                               

LGA Architectural Partners

LGA Architectural Partners is an architectural firm based in Toronto, Ontario that specializes in creating sustainable, contextually-sensitive and socially-minded architecture. Their diverse portfolio "represents a wide range of building types th ...

                                               

Kalijhora

The map alongside shows the Kalimpong Sadar subdivision of Kalimpong district. Physiographically, this area forms the Kalimpong Range, with the average elevation varying from 300 to 3.000 metres 980 to 9.840 ft. This region is characterized by ab ...

                                               

Bellary Nala

Bellary Nala is a river of southern India. It rises in the Yellur in Belgaum Taluk of Karnataka state, flows towards South-eastern side of the Belagavi city and flows through Halga, Vadgaon, Shahapur, Bastwad, Basavan Kudchi, Angol, Mutga, Sambra ...

                                               

Meotoishi Station

Meotoishi Station is a train station located in Arita, Saga Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

                                               

Karakaya

Karakaya Dam, a dam on the Euphrates River in Diyarbakır Province, Turkey Karakaya, Polatlı, a village in Polatlı district of Ankara Province, Turkey Karakaya, Soke, a village in Soke district of Aydın Province, Turkey Karakaya, Gumushacıkoy, a v ...

                                               

Chelan

Chelan may refer to: in Washington State, United States Chelan tribe, Colville Indian Reservation Native Americans Lake Chelan AVA, Washington wine region in Chelan County Chelan County, Washington Chelan, Washington MV Chelan, a passenger ferry ...

                                               

De Hoop

De Hoop, Rha, a windmill in Gelderland, Netherlands Hoop Doet Leven, Voorhout, a windmill in South Holland, Netherlands De Hoop, Wachtum, a windmill in Drenthe, Netherlands De Hoop, Tholen, a windmill in Zeeland, Netherlands De Hoop, Elspeet, a w ...

                                               

Big Creek

Big Creek, British Columbia, a locality and former post office in the Chilcotin District of British Columbia Big Creek British Columbia, a tributary of the Chilcotin River Big Creek Provincial Park, a British Columbia Provincial Park Big Creek La ...

                                               

Lipno

Lipno may refer to the following locations: Bosnia and Herzegovina Lipno Ljubuski, a village in the municipality of Ljubuski, Bosnia and Herzegovina Czech Republic Lipno Dam, a dam and hydroelectric plant constructed along the Vltava River in the ...

                                               

Derbent (disambiguation)

Derbent is a city in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia. Derbent may also refer to: Places Derbent Dam, a dam on the Kızılırmak River in Samsun Province, Turkey Derbent, Bartın, a village in the Bartın Province, Turkey Derbent, Konya, a district ce ...

                                               

Gando

Gando, the Korean name for Jiandao Gando I, Boulgou Province, Burkina Faso Gando, Benin, a village in Donga Department Gran Canaria Airport, Gran Canaria, Spain, formerly known as Gando Airport Gando, Burkina Faso, Boulgou Province Gando II, Boul ...

                                               

La Mesa

La Mesa may refer to: La Mesa, New Mexico, a town in the Doña Ana County, New Mexico, U.S.A. La Mesa, Cundinamarca, a town in Cundinamarca, Colombia La Mesa Dam and Reservoir that supplies water to Metro Manila, the Philippines La Mesa, Los Santo ...

                                               

San Roque

San Roque may refer to the Spanish name for Saint Roch, a French Catholic Saint; and Roque Gonzalez y de Santa Cruz, a Spanish Catholic Saint San Roque may also refer to:

                                               

Borowica

Borovitsa or Borowica is the name of several places in Slavic countries: Bulgaria Bulgarian Боровица Borovitsa, Kardzhali Province, a village Borovitsa, Vidin Province, a village Borovitsa river, tributary of the Arda Borovitsa mountain hostel, t ...

                                               

Almonacid

Almonacid may refer to: Almonacid de la Cuba, municipality in the province of Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain Almonacid de la Cuba Dam Almonacid de Zorita municipality located in the province of Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha Battle of Almonacid Vall de ...

                                               

Akyar

Akyar may refer to: Akyar, Tavas, a populated place in Denizli Province, Turkey Akyar, Osmaniye, a populated place in Osmaniye Province, Turkey Akyar, Turkish name of Strovilia, a village in Northern Cyprus Akyar Dam, a dam in Ankara Province, Tu ...

                                               

Boysen

Hans-Jurgen Boysen born 1957, German football player and manager Lia Boysen born 1966, Swedish actress Harro Schulze-Boysen 1909–1942 and Libertas Schulze-Boysen 1913–1942, German resistance fighters against the Nazi regime David Boysen born 1991 ...

                                               

Barkakana-Son Nagar line

The Barkakana-Son Nagar line is an Indian railway line connecting Barkakana and Son Nagar on the Gaya–Mughalsarai section of the Grand Chord. This 313-kilometre track is under the jurisdiction of East Central Railway.

                                               

Big Bend

Big Bend Historical Area Shenango River, in western Pennsylvania Big Bend Florida, part of the Florida Panhandle Big Bend National Park, in Texas Big Bend Texas Rio Grande, in western Texas Big Bend Missouri River, a meander in South Dakota Big B ...

                                               

Rasi

Rasi may refer to: People Raasi actress Petteri Rasi, Finnish professional ice hockey player Richard Rasi b. 1971, Slovak physician and politician Ras-I Dowling b. 1988, American football cornerback Francesco Rasi 1574–1621, Italian composer, sin ...

                                               

Mesilla

La Mesilla, New Mexico, a census-designated place in northern New Mexico Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park, a state park in New Mexico Mesilla Park, New Mexico, a neighborhood in Las Cruces, New Mexico Mesilla Plaza, a plaza in Mesilla, New Mexico ...

                                               

Castlereagh

Marquess of Londonderry, subsidiary title Viscount Castlereagh, used as courtesy title for the Marquesss eldest son; in particular Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh 1769–1822, later 2nd Marquess of Londonderry: Irish statesman and British Fore ...

                                               

1975 Banqiao Dam failure

The 1975 Banqiao Dam failure was the collapse of 62 dams including the largest Banqiao Dam in Henan, China due to Typhoon Nina of 1975. In August 1975, the dam failure created the third-largest flood in history which affected a total population o ...

                                               

Croton

Croton capitatus, also known as the woolly croton Croton hancei, a species of Croton endemic to Hong Kong Crotoneae, a tribe of the flowering plant subfamily Crotonoideae Croton plant, a plant genus of the family Euphorbiaceae Caperonia, a genus ...

                                               

Molteno (disambiguation)

Molteno surname, including several historical persons in the Italian diaspora. Molteno Dam, a historic dam in Cape Town, South Africa Molteno Institute for Language and Literacy, an NGO to combat illiteracy in Africa Molteno Formation, a palaeont ...

                                               

Maroon (disambiguation)

Maroon is a dark reddish purple or dark brownish red colour. Maroon may also refer to: Maroons, descendants of Africans in the Americas who formed settlements away from New World chattel slavery Marooning, the intentional act of abandoning someon ...

                                               

Kebar

Kebar Dam, an early arch dam in Iran, located by the Kebar River Kebar or Chebar River, also known as Kebar Canal, in the vicinity of Tel Abib, mentioned in the Biblical book of Ezekiel Kebar Valley, located in West Papua Djebel el Kebar, a mount ...

                                               

Zhasylkol Lake

As a result of a catastrophic earthquake several millennia ago, a stone blockage was formed from the right slope, which blocked the course of the Kikozen river with a natural dam, forming a picturesque lake.

                                               

Bight of Sofala/Swamp Coast

The Bight of Sofala/Swamp Coast is a marine ecoregion along the eastern coast of Africa, characterized by extensive mangrove swamps and coastal wetlands. It extends along the coast of Mozambique, from Angoche to Bazaruto Archipelago. It adjoins t ...

                                               

Longtan

Longtan Dam 龙滩大坝, dam in Guangxi Longtan District, Jilin City 龙潭区, Jilin City, Jilin Longtan Park 龙潭公园, Beijing Subdistricts 龙潭街道 Longtan Subdistrict, Jilin City, in Longtan District, Jilin City Longtan Subdistrict, Chengdu, in Che ...

                                               

Lake Āniwaniwa

Lake Āniwaniwa is a small man-made lake on the Rangitaiki River, in the Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand. The lake is situated 13 km north of the town of Murupara, and about 16 km upstream of the Matahina Dam. The lake was created as a result ...

                                               

Duncan

Duncan, South Australia, a locality in the Kangaroo Island Council Hundred of Duncan, a cadastral unit on Kangaroo Island in South Australia

                                               

Jong Chang-ryol

Jong Chang-ryol is a North Korean general and politician. He was the Vice-Minister of the Peoples Armed Forces Department, the Chief of the Peoples Army, and member of the 12th convocation of the Supreme Peoples Assembly. He holds the rank Genera ...

                                               

Homme

Josh Homme, a rock musician most well known for his work with Queens of the Stone Age. Homme surname, a list of people with the surname Homme Homme, the French language word for "man" or "human"