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Nordic Championship

The Nordic Championships often refers to a number of sporting competitions for Nordic countries. For some of the competitions they are the top achievement in a sport or contest for Nordic athletes. Nordic Championships were held in a number of sp ...

                                               

Mary Keys Gibson

Mary Keys Gibson was an American nurse. Gibson, a former enslaved person, worked as a midwife for many years and later earned her degree in nursing in 1907 at age 53. Gibson was the first African American to earn an accredited nursing degree in t ...

                                               

Bulgarian-Serbian War

The term Bulgarian-Serbian War or Serbian-Bulgarian War may refer to: Bulgarian-Serbian wars 917-924 Bulgarian-Serbian War 1915-1918, during the First World War Bulgarian-Serbian War 1913, during the Second Balkan War Bulgarian-Serbian War 839-84 ...

                                               

Perfect storm (disambiguation)

A perfect storm is a confluence of events that drastically aggravates a situation. Perfect storm may also refer to: 1991 Perfect Storm, a weather event The Perfect Storm book, a 1997 book by Sebastian Junger about the 1991 Perfect Storm The Perfe ...

                                               

Grosse Ile

Grosse Isle, Quebec, an island where many Irish Immigrants to Canada were housed and the site of the Grosse Isle Disaster Grosse Isle, Manitoba, a small community in Manitoba, Canada Grosse-Ile, Quebec, one of two municipalities forming the urban ...

                                               

Sunken island

Sunken Island or Sunken island may refer to: Lost lands existing or supposedly existing during the past, which have disappeared as a result of natural disasters, or: a specific geographical place, in the following countries. Canada Sunken Island, ...

                                               

Apan (disambiguation)

Apan is a municipality of the state of Hidalgo, Mexico. Apan or APAN may also refer to: 159215 Apan, an asteroid Asia Pacific Adaptation Network, climate research organisation based in Thailand APAN Star Awards, an awards ceremony for excellence ...

                                               

Kursk (disambiguation)

Kursk is a city in Russia. Kursk may also refer to: Our Lady of Kursk, an Eastern Orthodox icon Battle of Kursk, the 1943 World War II battle that was Germanys last major offensive in the east and one of the largest tank battles in history Russia ...

                                               

Outback (disambiguation)

Outback, alternative title for Wake in Fright, a 1971 Australian-American film Outback, alternative title for Minnamurra, a 1989 Australian film The Outback, alternative title for Prey, a 2009 Australian film The Outback, alternative title for Ko ...

                                               

JGSDF 302nd Military Police Company

The Japan Ground Self-Defense Force 302nd Military Police Company is a military unit based in the Japanese capital of Tokyo. It is known for being a ceremonial guard of honour amd public protection unit of the JGSDF. In wartime situations, the co ...

                                               

311

311 may refer to: 311 album, band 311s self-titled album 311 BC, a year of the pre-Julian Roman calendar 311 band, an American band 311 number, a natural number AD 311, a year of the Julian calendar, in the fourth century AD 311 DSM-IV, DSM-IV co ...

                                               

Liberal Party leadership election

2015 Country Liberal Party leadership spill 2013 Country Liberal Party leadership spill

                                               

Bruce by-election

Bruce by-election may refer to several by-elections in the history of the Bruce electorate in New Zealand: July 1865 Bruce by-election April 1865 Bruce by-election 1862 Bruce by-election 1870 Bruce by-election 1892 Bruce by-election 1883 Bruce by ...

                                               

Spearhead

A spearhead is the sharpened bellend tip of a spear, similar to arrowheads. It is often a separate piece called a projectile point. Spearhead may also refer to:

                                               

SS Ben Doran

SS Ben Doran was a steam fishing trawler that operated out of Aberdeen, Scotland. It was launched in 1900 and operated until its wrecking on the Ve Skerries, Shetland, on 29 March 1930, which claimed the lives of the full crew, believed to number ...

                                               

High tackle

A high tackle is an illegal tackling move in rugby football. A high tackle occurs when a player tackles or attempts to tackle an opponent above the line of the shoulders, or makes contact with another players head or neck. The move is dangerous d ...

                                               

Toplerhaus

The Toplerhaus was an important Renaissance town house in the German city of Nuremberg. It was named after the patrician family Topler and was among the most elaborate of the late Renaissance residencies in the city. It was destroyed in a bombing ...

                                               

Implosion

Parabolic implosion in complex dynamics Implosion-type nuclear weapon Gravitational collapse and more specifically, core collapse in cosmology Implosion mechanical process Building implosion In phonetics, an airstream mechanism associated with im ...

                                               

The Gramercy

The Gramercy is a mixed-use development project in Spring Valley, Nevada, west of the Las Vegas Strip. It includes two office buildings and 160 apartment units. Gemstone Development began construction of the project, originally known as Manhattan ...

                                               

Syndicate Raj

Syndicate Raj is an organized form of running corrupt extortion rackets, mostly in the manufacturing and construction sectors, that became prevalent in late 2000s in West Bengal. A small group of people, known as syndicates, started controlling a ...

                                               

1901 Richfield earthquake

The 1901 Richfield earthquake was a magnitude M w 7.0 earthquake that occurred on 13 November 1901 at approximately 9:39 PM MDT at Richfield, Utah, United States. No people were killed in the quake.

                                               

1962 Cache Valley earthquake

The 1962 Cache Valley earthquake was a magnitude M w 5.9 earthquake that occurred on Thursday, 29 September 1921 at approximately 7:12 AM MT north of Richmond, Utah, United States, at the border between Utah and Idaho. No people were killed in th ...

                                               

2020 Houston explosion

On January 24, 2020, a building at Watson Grinding and Manufacturing in northwest Houston, Texas, United States, exploded at 4:24 a.m. Debris was scattered as far as one-half of a mile, and approximately 200 nearby houses and businesses were dama ...

                                               

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino (disambiguation)

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is a hotel and/or casino under the Hard Rock franchise. Hard Rock Hotel or Hard Rock Casino may also refer to: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA formerly Trump Taj Mahal Hard Ro ...

                                               

Ram Prakash Roperia

Lieutenant Ram Prakash Roperia, AC was an Indian Army officer who was awarded Indias highest peace time military decoration Ashoka Chakra for his gallant act in Operation Blue Star.

                                               

Zoom (software)

Zoom is a videoconferencing software program developed by Zoom Video Communications. A beta version of Zoom was launched in September 2012 that could host conferences with up to 15 video participants. In Janurary 2013, version 1.0 of the program ...

                                               

Ice Road Truckers (season 6)

This is a list of Ice Road Truckers Season 6 episodes. The focus of this season is split among three locations, listed in "Route and destinations" below.

                                               

Military Road–Crosstown Line

The Military Road–Crosstown Line, designated Route E4, is a daily bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Friendship Heights station of the Red, Green, and Yellow Lines of the Washington Metro and Riggs Pa ...

                                               

Sichuan anti-Mongol fortresses

The Sichuan anti-Mongol fortresses are 83 mountain cities built by the soldiers and civilians of the Southern Song Dynasty during the Mongol conquest of China in Sichuan to fight against the invasion of the Mongol Empire. Taking full advantage of ...

                                               

William Ablett

William Albert Ablett was a French painter, designer and engraver of English ancestry. He is best known for his fashionable portraits of women.

                                               

Tampico (disambiguation)

Tampico Township, Whiteside County, Illinois, United States Tampico International Airport IATA: TAM, ICAO: MMTM, an international airport located at Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico Tampico metropolitan area, the third most populous metropolitan area ...

                                               

Benning Road-H Street Line

The Benning Road-H Street Limited Line, designated Route X2, is a daily bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Minnesota Avenue station, which is served by the Orange Line of the Washington Metro and Lafa ...

                                               

PHF

PHF is a three letter acronym meaning: Paired Helical Filaments, a term for aggregations of protein in the brain, in conditions such as Alzheimers Disease Perfect hash function, a set of hash functions which generate no collisions. Potentially Ha ...

                                               

Car Crash

A traffic collision, also known as a car crash, is when one or more cars crash into something. Car Crash or Carcrash may also refer to: "Carcrash" Section 25 song, a song by Section 25 on the album Love & Hate Car Crash film "Car Crash" Avengers ...

                                               

Shunt

Shunt may refer to: distal splenorenal shunt peritoneovenous shunt Blalock–Taussig shunt Cimino shunt Shunt medical - a hole or passage allowing fluid to move from one part of the body to another, including Sano shunt right-to-left shunt pulmonar ...

                                               

Viola White

Viola White was an African-American woman who lived in Montgomery, Alabama and is best known for her resistance to segregated bus laws. At 35 years old, in 1944, White was arrested for refusing to give up her seat. Whites arrest occurred a decade ...

                                               

Bus Wilbert

Edward C. Wilbert, Jr. was an American racecar driver. He was born in Brooklyn, New York and was killed at the age of 31 on August 11, 1946 while in the middle of a race in Indiana.

                                               

Sliedrecht (tanker)

Sliedrecht was a Dutch tanker that was sunk on 16 November 1939 by a German submarine. The Dutch government and English newspapers were critical of the Germans for sinking a neutral vessel en route to a neutral port in bad weather and making no p ...

                                               

J5

J5, J 5, J05 or J-5 may refer to: County Route J5 California, a County route in San Joaquin County, California ATC code J05 Antivirals for systemic use, a subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System HMS J5, a 1916 Royal ...

                                               

B9

Bavarian B IX Ostbahn, an 1869 German steam locomotive model Bavarian B IX, an 1874 German steam locomotive model HMS B9, a British Royal Navy B-class submarine B9 New York City bus serving Brooklyn Bensen B-9, a 1958 American small helicopter Bo ...

                                               

Daegwallyeong-myeon

Daegwallyeong-myeon is a myeon in the county of Pyeongchang in the province of Gangwon-do, South Korea. It is located in the northeastern part of the county. The total area of Daegwallyeong-myeon is 221.63 square kilometers, and, as of 2008, the ...

                                               

Nuria Iturrioz

Nuria Iturrioz is a Spanish professional golfer on the Ladies European Tour and LPGA Tour. Iturrioz turned professional in 2015 after she finished fourth at the Ladies European Tour Qualifying School Final, and joined the LET in 2016. She won the ...

                                               

Global protests

September 2019 climate strikes on 20 and 27 September 2019 by 4–8 million people in 150 countries school strike for the climate, on 15 March and 24 May 2019 in 100–125 countries

                                               

David Heywood Swartz

David Heywood Swartz was Ambassador to Belarus after having served as Charge ́ d’Affaires. When he was appointed Ambassador in 1992, it was" a new position.” Swartz served until 1994. Swartz" resigned.his post. in protest against the Clinton admi ...

                                               

First Line

First Line, First line, First-line or Firstline can refer to: The First Line magazine, an American literary periodical Incipit Latin for "it begins", the first line of a poem The First Line album, by Marcellus Hall, 2011 First line ice hockey Pri ...

                                               

Egyptian Revolution

Egyptian Revolution may refer to: Egyptian Crisis 2011–14, a period of unrest and government change in Egypt Egyptian revolution of 2011, a series of mass popular protests leading to the resignation of Hosni Mubarak Egyptian Revolution of 1919, l ...

                                               

Harry Lim

Harry Lim was born in Batavia, Java, now Jakarta, Indonesia. With a family heavily involved in the rubber industry, Lim had a good education and learned to speak English fluently. At age four the family moved to Holland. He developed an interest ...

                                               

Respublika (Kazakh activist organisation)

The group was founded by Kazakh-language bloggers. As of June 2019, Respublika had 100 members, mainly former members of the civil service.

                                               

Siege of Tripoli (disambiguation)

The Siege of Tripoli took place in the aftermath of the First Crusade and led to the establishment of the fourth crusader state, the County of Tripoli, in Lebanon. Siege of Tripoli or Battle of Tripoli may also refer to:

                                               

Citizens in a State

Citizens Within a State is a Lebanese political party. The partys motto is "to decisively contribute in the building of a civil, democratic, fair, and capable state". It was launched in 2016 in the medina theater prior to the 2016 municipal elect ...