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Dental aerosol

A dental aerosol is an aerosol that is produced from dental instruments like ultrasonic scalers, dental handpieces, three-way syringes and other high-speed instruments. These aerosols are air suspended in the clinical environment. These aerosols ...

                                               

Corbeil

Corbeil, Marne, a commune in the Marne departement in north-eastern France Corbeil-Cerf, a commune in the departement of Oise in northern France Corbeil-Essonnes, a commune in the southern suburbs of Paris, France Corbeil Cathedral, superseded by ...

                                               

Walter Irvine

Walter Irvine was a Scotland international rugby union player. He became a surgeon and was a Lieutenant Colonel in the Indian Medical Service.

                                               

Farrs laws

Farrs laws is a law formulated by Dr. William Farr when he made the observation that epidemic events rise and fall in a roughly symmetrical pattern. The time-evolution behavior could be captured by a single mathematical formula that could be appr ...

                                               

Gamston

The following places in Nottinghamshire, England: Gamston, Bassetlaw, near Retford, in the north of Nottinghamshire Gamston, Rushcliffe, near West Bridgford, in the south of Nottinghamshire

                                               

King Olaf

Olaf I of Denmark c. 1050 – 1095, ruled 1086–1095 Olaf II of Denmark, 1370–1387, ruled 1376–1387, also King of Norway as Olaf IV Olof the Brash 9th century, founder of the House of Olaf Olaf II Haraldsen died c. 1143, Danish anti-king who ruled S ...

                                               

Dryburgh (disambiguation)

Dryburgh Abbey, near Dryburgh on the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders Dryburgh Abbey Hotel, a baronial country house hotel, located on the banks of the River Tweed Dryburgh Dundee district, Scotland

                                               

Robert Beaumont

Robert Beaumont may refer to: Robert de Beaumont, 2nd Earl of Leicester 1104–1168, Justiciar of England, 1155–1168 Robert de Beaumont, 4th Earl of Leicester died 1204, English nobleman Robert de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Leicester c. 1040/1050–1118, ...

                                               

David W. Green (biochemist)

David W. Green was a crystallographer at the Medical Research Council Unit for the Study of the Molecular Structure of Biological Systems, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge. David W. Green was a graduate student in the laboratory of M ...

                                               

Annandale (disambiguation)

Annandale, Pasadena, California Annandale Pacific Electric, railroad in this location Annandale, Minnesota Annandale NJT station, rail station in this location Annandale, New Jersey Annandale Gilmore Mills, Virginia, a historic house Annandale-on ...

                                               

Robert Marmion

Robert Marmion or Robert Marmyon is the name of: Robert Marmion, 2nd Baron Marmion of Tamworth died before 1181, see Baron Marmion Robert Marmion, 5th Baron Marmion of Winteringham died 1360, see Baron Marmion Robert Marmion, 4th Baron Marmion of ...

                                               

Joystick (magazine)

Joystick was a French computer magazine that published monthly issues on PC games. It was founded in 1988 by Marc Andersen, who later left in November 1995. Originally published in the form of a 32-page weekly magazine in 1988 and 1989, it saw mo ...

                                               

2019 Cebu local elections

Local elections were held in the province of Cebu on May 13, 2019 as part of the 2019 Philippine general election. Voters selected from among candidates for all local positions: a town mayor, vice mayor and town councilors, as well as members of ...

                                               

Marshal (surname)

Marshal is a surname, and may refer to: Maud Marshal, Countess of Norfolk, Countess of Surrey 1192–1248, Anglo-Norman noblewoman William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke c.1147–1219 Anselm Marshal died 1245, Anglo-Norman nobleman John Marshal of Eng ...

                                               

Serlo

Serlo or Sarlo is a Norman masculine given name, and may refer to: Serlo de Burci, Norman who became a landowner in south-west England after the Norman conquest Serlo of Wilton, English poet Serlo abbot of Gloucester d. 1104 abbot of Gloucester A ...

                                               

John Comyn

John Comyn may refer to: John Comyn I of Badenoch died c. 1275 John Comyn II of Badenoch died 1302, son of John I, Guardian of Scotland John Comyn died 1242, styled Earl of Angus John Comyn bishop 1150–1212, Archbishop of Dublin John Comyn IV of ...

                                               

Olaf Guthfrithson (disambiguation)

The English Olaf Guthfrithson is a form of the Old Norse Olafr Gudfridarson. An Anglicised form of the Old Norse name is Olaf Godredsson. The Old Irish form of these names is Amlaib mac Gofraid. These four names may refer to: Olaf the Black 1174– ...

                                               

Prince Henry

Prince Henry may refer to: Prince Henry, Count of Bardi 1851–1905 Prince Harry Blackadder, a fictional character in the first series of the British TV comedy Blackadder Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex born 1984, formally Prince Henry, second son of ...

                                               

Queen Margaret

Tui Manua Matelita 1872–1895, born Margaret Young, Queen of Manua in the late 19th century Margrethe II of Denmark born 1940, Queen Regnant of Denmark since 1972 Margaret of Scotland Maid of Norway 1286–1290, heiress of Scotland and disputed Quee ...

                                               

Richard II (disambiguation)

Richard II of Capua died 1105/1106 Richard M. Daley or Richard II born 1942, mayor of Chicago, Illinois Richard II of Aquila fl. 1156 Richard II, Duke of Normandy c. 980–1026

                                               

Richard Plantagenet

Richard Plantagenet may refer to any Richard who was a descendant of Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou: Richard III of England 1452–1485, the last Plantagenet king, son of Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York Richard II of England 1367–1400, ...

                                               

Luttrell

Geoffrey Luttrell 1276–1345 Narcissus Luttrell, English diarist Marcus Luttrell, Author, United States Navy SEAL Robert Luttrell – Lord Chancellor of Ireland from 1236 – 1246. Treasurer of St Patricks Cathedral. Married into the Plunkett family. ...

                                               

Margaret of France

Marguerite of France may refer to: Margaret of France 1254–1271, daughter of Louis IX of France, wife of John I, Duke of Brabant Margaret of France, Queen of England 1279 – 1318, queen consort of England, wife of Edward I of England Margaret of P ...

                                               

William Allan

William Allan may refer to: William Allan British Army officer 1832–1918 William Allan geneticist 1881–1943, American physician and geneticist George William Allan Manitoba politician 1860–1940, Canadian politician William Allan of Glen 1788–1868 ...

                                               

Joan of England

Joan of England may refer to: Joan of The Tower 1321–1362, daughter of Edward II of England, married David II of Scotland Joan of England, Queen Consort of Scotland 1210–1238, daughter of King John of England, married Alexander II of Scotland Joa ...

                                               

Henry VI

Henry VI may refer to: Henry VI, Part 3 Henry VI, Count of Gorizia 1376–1454 Henry VI, Count Palatine of the Rhine ruled 1212–1214 Henry VI play, the series of three plays by William Shakespeare about the life and times of Henry VI of England Ada ...

                                               

John England

John England may refer to: John Humphrey England 1817–1887, British grocer, merchant, businessman and entrepreneur John England bishop 1786–1842, first Catholic Bishop of Charleston, South Carolina John England, catalogue of Great Universal Store ...

                                               

King John

John, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden 1455–1513 The kings John I of Aragon and John II of Aragon Various kings of Portugal – see John of Portugal disambiguation The kings John I of Jerusalem and John II of Jerusalem Various kings and pretender ...

                                               

Prince John

Prince John may refer to: Prince John, a primary villain in the Robin Hood stories John, King of England 1166–1216 known as Prince John during the reigns of his father and older brother John of Lancaster, 1st Duke of Bedford 1389–1435, second son ...

                                               

Caroline McElnay

Caroline McElnay is a medical officer in New Zealand. She is the director of public health for the New Zealand Ministry of Health and chairs the Pandemic Influenza Technical Advisory Group, which advises the Ministry on matters concerning the con ...

                                               

Queen Isabella

Isabella of Majorca 1337–1406, titular queen consort Isabella Jagiellon 1519–1559, queen consort of Janos Szapolyai of Hungary Isabella of Portugal 1503–1539, Holy Roman Empress to Charles V and his queen consort of Aragon and Castile Elizabeth o ...

                                               

Spalding Moor

Spalding Moor is a moor in the East Riding of Yorkshire in England. It lies between the River Derwent and the town of Market Weighton at the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds. It forms part of the Humberhead Levels, south and east of the Escrick glacia ...

                                               

Robert Barry

Robert or Bob Barry may refer to: Monster Bobby born 1981, real name Robert Barry, English singer-songwriter Bob Barry Jr. 1956–2015, American sportscaster Robert Barry artist born 1936, American artist Bob Barry cricketer, born 1878 1878–1915 Bo ...

                                               

Hugh De Lacy

Hugh De Lacy may refer to: Hugh de Lacy, Lord of Meath died 1186, 4th Baron Lacy Hugh de Lacy, Abbot of Shrewsbury died c. 1215/18 Hugh de Lacy, 1st Earl of Ulster c. 1176–1242, younger son of Hugh de Lacy, Lord of Meath Hugh Lacy 1943–1998, 3rd ...

                                               

Alexander Wilson (architect)

Alexander Wilson LRIBA was an architect based in Nottingham. Some of his most significant work include the 900 houses built on the Beeston Rylands estate in the late 1930s.

                                               

Wildwood

Wildwood, California Lake Wildwood, California Wildwood, Minnesota Wildwood, Illinois Wildwood, Washington Wildwood, Wisconsin Wildwood, New Jersey Wildwood, Georgia Wildwood, Florida Wildwood, Missouri Wildwood, Indiana Wildwood, Pennsylvania Wi ...

                                               

Saint Augustine (disambiguation)

Augustine of Canterbury d. 604, first Archbishop of Canterbury Eysteinn Erlendsson d. 1188, Archbishop of Nidaros, latinized as Augustinus Nidrosiensis Augustine Webster, English Catholic martyr

                                               

Jane Holloway

Jane Holloway nee Driver was the inspiration for founding a womens college at Royal Holloway. Following her death, both Holloway Sanatorium and Royal Holloway were founded in her memory by her husband, Thomas Holloway.

                                               

Walter de Beauchamp (Steward to Edward I)

Walter de Beauchamp, of Beauchamps Court, Alcester in Warwickshire and of Beauchamp Court, Powick in Worcestershire, was Steward of the Household to King Edward I from 1289–1303. He was the younger brother of William de Beauchamp, 9th Earl of War ...

                                               

Transport divide

Transport divide refers to unequal access to transportation. It can result in the social exclusion of the disadvantaged groups. The concept covers issues ranging from unequal access to public transportation to the unequal opportunities in global ...

                                               

Justice Fitzgerald

Thomas R. Fitzgerald judge 1941–2015, Chief Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court James J. Fitzgerald III, Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania James Martin Fitzgerald 1920–2011, Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court William F. Fitzgerald 1 ...

                                               

Rhodesia (disambiguation)

Rhodesia was an unrecognised state in southern Africa from 1965 to 1979, equivalent in territory to modern Zimbabwe. It was previously the colony of Southern Rhodesia. Rhodesia may also refer to: 1197 Rhodesia, an asteroid Northern Rhodesia, now ...

                                               

Burgo

Bill Burgo 1919–1988, American Major League Baseball player in 1943 and 1944 Thomas Burke bishop or Thomas de Burgo c. 1709–1776, Irish Dominican and Roman Catholic Bishop of Ossory Rufino Segovia del Burgo born 1985, Spanish footballer Burgo Par ...

                                               

Gerald Fitzgerald

Gerald Fitzgerald may refer to: Gerald FitzGerald, 11th Earl of Kildare 1525–1585 Gerald F. Fitzgerald, 1925–2010, American banking magnate Gerald FitzGerald, 15th Earl of Kildare 1611–1620 Tony Fitzgerald judge Gerald Edward Fitzgerald, born 194 ...

                                               

Theobald Butler

Theobald Butler may refer to: Theobald Walter, 1st Baron Butler died 1206 Theobald Butler, 3rd Chief Butler of Ireland c. 1224–1248 Theobald Butler of Polestown 16th century Theobald Butler, 1st Viscount Butler of Tulleophelim died 1613, Irish pe ...

                                               

Cockerham (disambiguation)

Cockerham Priory, a priory founded in Cockerham, England in 1207 or 1208 Cockerham Cross Halt railway station, a railway station founded in Cockerham, England in 1870 Cockerham Mill, a grist mill in North Carolina, United States St Michaels Churc ...

                                               

Thomas Beaumont

Thomas Beaumont may refer to: Thomas Beaumont, 1st Viscount Beaumont of Swords died 1625, Irish peer, MP for Leicestershire and Viscount Beaumont of Swords Thomas Beaumont, 3rd Viscount Beaumont of Swords 1634–1702, Irish peer, Viscount Beaumont ...

                                               

Silvanectes

The Silvanectes are also attested under the name Sulbanectes in an inscription, and their capital was called civitas Sulbanectium in 48 BC. The etymology of the name is unclear. It could be a Latinized form of Gaulish *Seluanecti, corrupted under ...

                                               

Wake Forest Demon Deacons mens basketball statistical leaders

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons mens basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, and ...

                                               

Eleanor of Castile (disambiguation)

Leonora of Castile or Eleanor of Castile may refer to: Eleanor of Austria 1498–1558, wife of Manuel I of Portugal and Francis I of France, daughter of Joanna of Castile and Philip the Handsome of Austria-Burgundy Eleanor of Castile 1307–1359, que ...