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Capizs 1st congressional district

Capizs 1st congressional district is one of the two congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Capiz. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Assembly ...

                                               

1922 in Michigan

Events from the year 1922 in Michigan. Major events occurring during 1922 in Michigan included: a multi-day debate in the U.S. Senate over the seating of Michigan Senator Truman Newberry who stood accused of misconduct undermining his election to ...

                                               

Fuel container

A wide variety of container types and constructions are used for fuels. Each has its own engineering challenges. The jerrycan a robust liquid container made from pressed steel. It was designed in Germany in the 1930s for military use to hold 20 l ...

                                               

Whole body counter invention

In 1950, Leonidas D. Marinelli developed and applied a low-level gamma-ray Whole Body Counter to measure people who had been injected with radium in the early 1920s and 1930s, contaminated by exposure to atomic explosions, and by accidental expos ...

                                               

French kiss (disambiguation)

French Kiss, a Canadian Francophone music video program on MuchMusic French Kiss 2015 film, a short film French Kiss 2011 film, a French Canadian romantic comedy French Kiss 1995 film, a 1995 movie starring Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline French Kisses, ...

                                               

Doggone Tired

Doggone Tired is a 1949 cartoon short directed by Tex Avery. It tells the story of a dog being harassed by a rabbit while trying to sleep the night before a hunting.

                                               

St. Petersburg Green Benches

The city of St. Petersburg, Florida popularized green benches in the early 1900s. They quickly grew in popularity to become a hospitality trademark of the city and drew tourists in from around the United States. Due to the restrictions surroundin ...

                                               

Coat of arms of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship

The coat of arms of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship depicts in the silver white field of the Spanish red coat of arms shield in combat position a Pomeranian gryphon with a golden bow, golden claws, with a tail turned up and turned to the right he ...

                                               

Forbidden Fruit (liqueur)

Forbidden Fruit was a 32-40% ABV grapefruit liqueur first created in the late 1800s and manufactured by Charles Jacquin et Cie. It was significant in pre-Prohibition cocktail recipes and continued being used frequently after the repeal of Prohibi ...

                                               

Frederik Stjernfelt

Frederik Stjernfelt is a Danish professor and writer. As a professor, he lectures in science studies, history of ideas, and semiotics, at Aalborg University’s Copenhagen department.

                                               

Star Wars (disambiguation)

Star Wars: Battlefront II 2005 video game Star Wars: Battlefront 2004 video game Star Wars 1991 video game, released in 1991 Star Wars 1983 video game Star Wars 1992 pinball Star Wars Battlefront II 2017 video game Star Wars 1987 video game, rele ...

                                               

R3 Lougheed Hwy

The R3 Lougheed Hwy is an express bus service with bus rapid transit elements in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Part of TransLinks RapidBus network, it travels along Lougheed Highway and connects Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Pitt Meadow ...

                                               

Other Ocean Interactive

Other Ocean Interactive is a Canadian-American video game developer based in St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Emeryville, California. Originally founded in 2006 in Charlottetown, as a studio for Foundation 9 Entertainment, the studio was ...

                                               

Sinai

Sinai commonly refers to: Biblical Mount Sinai, the site in the Bible where Moses received the Law of God Mount Sinai, a mountain in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt Sinai Peninsula, Egypt Sinai may also refer to: Sinai, one of two tram cars on the Ang ...

                                               

The Courts of Idleness

The Courts of Idleness is a 1920 collection of comic short stories by the English author Dornford Yates, his second book. Half of the tales feature his Berry characters.

                                               

Republika

Republika means "Republic" or "The Republic" in several Balto-Slavic languages. It may refer to: Republika Croatian magazine, a Croatian monthly for literature, arts and society established in 1945 Republika band, a former Polish rock band active ...

                                               

McBride

McBride, Missouri, United States McBride, Oklahoma, United States McBride, Mississippi, United States McBride Branch, a stream in Indiana McBride Range, a mountain range in British Columbia McBride, Michigan, United States McBride, British Columb ...

                                               

Mandate

Mandate usually refers to: League of Nations mandates, quasi-colonial territories established under Article 22 of the Covenant of the League of Nations, 28 June 1919 Mandate politics, the power granted by an electorate It may also refer to:

                                               

Telescope (disambiguation)

"Telescope" song, by Hayden Panettiere, 2012 Telescopes EP, by Waking Ashland, 2006 "Telescope", a song by Cheryl Cole from A Million Lights, 2012 Telescope album, by Circle, 2007 The Telescopes, a British psychedelic band The Telescope album, by ...

                                               

Matthew Russell

Matthew Russell may refer to: Matthew Russell rower born 1972, Australian lightweight rower Matt Russell footballer born 1978, English footballer Matthew Russell MP 1765–1822, British MP for Saltash 1818 Matt Russell born 1973, American football ...

                                               

Expansion

Expansions album, by American jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, released in 1970 Expansion Mexico, a Mexican news portal linked to CNN Expansions Lonnie Liston Smith album, 1975 Expansion Spanish newspaper, a Spanish economic daily newspaper published in ...

                                               

Erin Patrice OBrien

Erin Patrice O’Brien is a portrait and reportage photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. OBrien has extensively photographed the entertainment industry, from comedians Dave Chappelle, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, and John Leguizamo to hip-hop artists J ...

                                               

Datum (disambiguation)

Datum reference, in carpentry, metalworking, needlework, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing Datum or datum point, a possibly arbitrary reference baseline or point from which scientific measurements are made from a Latin meaning of datum as a ...

                                               

Airplay 100 (disambiguation)

Airplay 100 may refer to: Pop 100 Airplay, an earlier chart created in 2005 and released weekly by Billboard in the United States measuring mainstream radio airplay. It was one of the three component charts, along with the Hot 100 Singles Sales a ...

                                               

Havel Medek of Valdek

Havel Medek of Valdek was a Bohemian noble. He was the son of Oldeich Medek of Valdek, the lord of Tynec nad Sazavou. Havel is mentioned as residing in Tynec in 1349. In 1390, Havel besieged Talmberk Castle, conquering it and capturing the lord D ...

                                               

Barkakana-Muri-Chandil line

The Barkakana-Muri-Chandil line is an Indian railway line connecting Barkakana and Muri with Chandil on the Asansol–Tatanagar–Kharagpur line. This 126-kilometre track is under the jurisdiction of South Eastern Railway.

                                               

Double or Nothing (2020)

Double or Nothing is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by All Elite Wrestling. It is scheduled to take place on May 23, 2020. It will be the second event in the Double or Nothing chronology and will determine the inau ...

                                               

2021 Cincinnati mayoral election

The 2021 Cincinnati mayoral election will take place on November 2, 2021, to elect the Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio. The election is officially nonpartisan, with the top two candidates from the primary election advancing to the general election, reg ...

                                               

2021 Supercars Championship

The 2021 Supercars Championship is a planned motor racing series for Supercars. It is due to be the twenty-fifth running of the Supercars Championship and the twenty-fifth series in which Supercars have contested the Australian Touring Car Champi ...

                                               

Volleyball at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Mens tournament

The mens tournament in volleyball at the 2020 Summer Olympics will be the 15th edition of the event at the Summer Olympics, organised by the worlds governing body, the FIVB, in conjunction with the IOC. It will be held in Tokyo, Japan from 24 Jul ...

                                               

Alfa Romeo Racing C39

The Alfa Romeo Racing C39 is a planned Formula 1 car constructed by Alfa Romeo Racing to compete in the 2020 Formula 1 World Championship. The car will be driven by Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi, returning for their second year with the t ...

                                               

2022 MLS SuperDraft

The 2022 MLS SuperDraft will be the 23rd edition of the SuperDraft conducted by Major League Soccer. The SuperDraft is held every January prior to the start of the MLS season. The 2020 SuperDraft was the first held exclusively via conference call ...

                                               

Chihhang Air Base

Chihhang Air Base, also known as Taitung Air Force Base, is a military aiport operated by the Republic of China Air Force in Taitung County, Taiwan. It is best known for its extensive underground hangars.

                                               

Henrietta Frances de Grey

Henrietta Frances de Grey was born Henrietta Frances Cole at Florence Court, County Fermanagh on 22 June 1784. She was the youngest of the ten children of William Cole, 1st Earl of Enniskillen, and his wife Anne, daughter of Galbraith Lowry-Corry ...

                                               

Grammatical tense in Latin

Tense is the time of an event or state relative to a temporal anchor. Languages embody two theories of time: 1) a theory of irreversible time for placing processes either in a timeline out of interactants past through their present into their fut ...

                                               

Maple Hills, Washington

Maple Hills is an unincorporated community located in King County, Washington, which borders the city of Renton. It is 10.632 square miles in size, and it has a population of 10.219 and a population density of 961 people per square mile.

                                               

Borje Fornstedt

In 1948 Fornstedt won the Scandinavian singles championships held in Copenhagen beating Kurt Nielsen, 1–6, 7–5, 6–1, 6–2 in the final and he also won the doubles, with Sven Davidson. During July 1948 he represented Sweden in the Davis Cup Europe ...

                                               

1987 Asia Golf Circuit

The 1987 Asia Golf Circuit was the 26th season of golf tournaments that comprised the Asia Golf Circuit. Despite not winning a tournament, American Jim Hallet claimed the overall circuit title thanks to consistent high finishes throughout the season.

                                               

2020 Open Sud de France

The 2020 Open Sud de France was a tennis tournament played on indoor hard courts. It was the 33rd edition of the event, and part of the ATP World Tour 250 Series of the 2020 ATP Tour. It took place at the Arena Montpellier in Montpellier, France, ...

                                               

2020 Argentina Open

The 2020 Argentina Open was a mens tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts. It was the 23rd edition of the ATP Buenos Aires event, and part of the ATP World Tour 250 series of the 2020 ATP Tour. It took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, f ...

                                               

2020 Vuelta a Andalucia

The 2020 Vuelta a Andalucia was a road cycling stage race that took place in the Andalucia region of Spain between 19 and 23 February 2020. It was the 66th edition of the Vuelta a Andalucia and is rated as a 2.Pro event as part of the 2020 UCI Eu ...

                                               

2020 Adelaide 500

The 2020 Adelaide 500 is a motor racing event for the Supercars Championship held on Thursday 20 February through to Sunday 23 February 2020. The event was held at the Adelaide Street Circuit in Adelaide, South Australia, and marked the twenty-se ...

                                               

2020 FINA Diving World Cup

The 2020 FINA Diving World Cup was scheduled to take place in Tokyo, Japan, from 21 to 26 April 2020. It was to be the 22nd edition of the biennial diving competition, and the first time this specific FINA event was to be held in Tokyo and Japan. ...

                                               

2020 World Junior Curling Championships

The 2020 World Junior Curling Championships was held from February 15 to 22 at the Crystal Ice Arena in Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Canada proved to be the best in the field in both events as Jacques Gauthier and Mackenzie Zacharias both won their respe ...

                                               

2020 Trofeo Faip–Perrel

The 2020 Trofeo Faip–Perrel was a professional tennis tournament played on hard courts. It was the fifteenth edition of the tournament which was part of the 2020 ATP Challenger Tour. It took place in Bergamo, Italy between 17 and 23 February 2020.

                                               

2020 Terega Open Pau–Pyrenees

The 2020 Terega Open Pau–Pyrenees was a professional tennis tournament played on indoor hard courts. It was the second edition of the tournament which was part of the 2020 ATP Challenger Tour. It took place in Pau, France between 24 February and ...

                                               

2020 Kuurne–Brussels–Kuurne

The 72nd edition of the Kuurne–Brussels–Kuurne cycling classic was held on 1 March 2020. It is part of the 2020 UCI Europe Tour and ranked as a UCI ProSeries event. The route was 201.0 km, starting and finishing in Kuurne. It is the second and co ...

                                               

FIS Ski Tour 2020

The FIS Ski Tour 2020 was a cross-country skiing competition held as a part of the 2019–20 FIS Cross-Country World Cup. This stage event took place in Sweden and Norway, on ski resorts well-known from other skiing disciplines like alpine skiing o ...

                                               

Ben Dolic

Benjamin Dolic, known professionally as Ben Dolic, is a Slovenian singer. He gained popularity in Germany after his participation in the eighth season of The Voice of Germany. Dolic would have represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 20 ...

                                               

2020 Japan Curling Championships

The 2020 Japan Curling Championships, or the 37th Zen-Noh Japan Curling Championships, the Japanese national mens and womens curling championships, were held from February 8 to 16 in 2020 at the Karuizawa Ice Park in Karuizawa, Nagano. These cham ...