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William Leigh (disambiguation)

William Leigh was an English clergyman and royal tutor. William Leigh may also refer to: William Leigh MP, member of Parliament for Cumberland in 1399 and 1414 William Henry Leigh, 2nd Baron Leigh 1824–1905, British politician William Henry Leigh ...

                                               

Siege of Magdeburg

Siege of Magdeburg may refer to: Siege of Magdeburg 1809, a siege of the German city by a Prussian partisan force under Ferdinand von Schill during the War of the Fifth Coalition, resulting in the defeat of a French garrison Siege of Magdeburg 18 ...

                                               

Robert Wilmot (disambiguation)

Robert Duncan Wilmot was a Canadian politician and a Father of Confederation. Robert Wilmot may also refer to: Robert Wilmot playwright c.1550 – by 1608, Church of England clergyman Sir Robert Wilmot, 1st Baronet 1708–1772, Secretary to the Lord ...

                                               

Azordats por

Azordats-por was the southernmost canton of the province of Tayk in the kingdom of Armenia. it corresponds with the modern province of Tortum in the republic of Turkey. It was under the control of the Mamikonian noble family in the kingdom of Arm ...

                                               

Patrick Drummond, 3rd Lord Drummond

Patrick Drummond, 3rd Lord Drummond was a Scottish landowner. Patrick was the son of David Drummond, 2nd Lord Drummond and Lilias Ruthven d. 1579, daughter of William Ruthven, 2nd Lord Ruthven and Janet Halyburton, Lady Dirleton. The English comm ...

                                               

Robert Dalzell

Robert Dalzell may refer to: Robert Dalzell, 11th Earl of Carnwath 1847–1910 Robert Dalzell died 1758 1662–1758, British Army general Robert Dalzell, 1st Earl of Carnwath 1611–1654, Scottish nobleman and Royalist supporter Robert Dalzell, 1st Lor ...

                                               

Iye

Iye may refer to: Iye Abarim, one of the places where the Israelites stopped at during the Exodus Od iye or Od iyesi, the Turkic and Mongolian spirit or deity of fire 6413 Iye, a main-belt asteroid Iye sometimes Ine or Eğe a spirit from Turkish m ...

                                               

Beccaria

Giovanni Battista Beccaria 1716 – 1781, Italian physicist Battista Beccario 15th-century, Genoese cartographer Lola Beccaria born 1963, Spanish writer Cesare Beccaria, or Marquis of Beccaria-Bonesana 1738 –1794, famous Italian jurist and philosop ...

                                               

Charles of Sweden

Charles of Sweden may refer to: Charles VII of Sweden circa 1130-1167, king actually Charles I Charles Frederick, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp 1700-1739, prince and heir presumptive Charles XV of Sweden 1826–1872, king Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden born ...

                                               

Simone de Wobreck

Born in Haarlem sometime between 1500 and 1550, he arrived in Palermo on Sicily in 1558, summoned by the commission for a now-lost large canvas entitled The Feast in the House of Simon for the monastery of San Martino delle Scale. He was active t ...

                                               

Cannabidiol (medication)

Cannabidiol solution may be used as a medication as is sold under the brand name Epidiolex among others. It is taken by mouth. It was approved for medical use in the United States in June 2018 for treatment of two rare forms of childhood epilepsy ...

                                               

Edward Bonaventure

Edward Bonaventure was an English ship that was forced to seek shelter on the north coast of Russia near Nyonoksa due to weather conditions, leading to its crew coming into contact with the court of Ivan the Terrible, the forming of the Muscovy C ...

                                               

Maria Anna of Bavaria

Maria Anna of Bavaria may refer to: Maria Anna of Bavaria 1805-1877, who married Frederick Augustus II of Saxony Duchess Maria Anna of Bavaria, married Louis, Dauphin of France 1661–1711, great-granddaughter of the first, grandniece of the above ...

                                               

George Savile

George Savile or Saville may refer to: George Savile, 1st Marquess of Halifax 1633–1695, English statesman, writer, and politician George Savile cricketer 1847–1904, cricketer Sir George Savile, 8th Baronet 1726–1784, English politician Sir Georg ...

                                               

Company of Merchant Adventurers

The Company of Merchant Adventurers usually refers to the Company of Merchant Adventurers of London, founded in 1407 and Londons leading guild of overseas merchants. It may also refer to: Company of Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle The Bristol e ...

                                               

Juan Jimenez

Juan Jimenez may refer to: Juan Isidro Jimenez Pereyra 1846–1919, Dominican politician Juan Jimenez Mayor born 1964, Peruvian politician, Prime Minister of Peru Juan Jimenez baseball 1949–2008, Dominican baseball player Juanmi footballer, born 19 ...

                                               

Louisville Cardinals mens basketball statistical leaders

The Louisville Cardinals basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Louisville Cardinals mens basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. Within those areas, the ...

                                               

Church of the East (disambiguation)

The Church of the East may refer to: Assyrian Church of the East, a patriarchate that declared independence in 1692 from the Church of Assyria and Mosul Church of Assyria and Mosul, a patriarchate with historical background in the Church of the E ...

                                               

Aubigne

Aubigne may refer to: Françoise dAubigne, marquise de Maintenon 1635–1719, the second wife of Louis XIV Jean-Henri Merle dAubigne 1794–1872, a Swiss Protestant minister and historian of the Reformation Agrippa dAubigne 1552–1630, a French poet Co ...

                                               

Rudolf I (disambiguation)

Rudolf I may refer to: Rudolf I, Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg, c. 1284 – 1356 Rudolph I, Bishop of Schwerin died 1262 Rudolph I of Burgundy 859–912 Rudolf I, Duke of Bavaria 1274–1319 Rudolf I bishop of Wurzburg died 908 Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor ...

                                               

Rudolph II (disambiguation)

Rudolph II was an Holy Roman Emperor. Rudolph II or Rudolf II may also refer to: Rudolph II of Burgundy died 937, king of Upper Burgundy, Lower Burgundy, and Italy Rudolf II, Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg c. 1307–1370, member of the House of Ascania Ru ...

                                               

Juan Castillo

Juan Castillo may refer to: Juan Castillo Balcazar born 1970, Chilean football soccer player Jose Castillo athlete Juan Jose Castillo, born 1968, Peruvian long-distance runner Juan Castillo American football born 1959, American football coach Jua ...

                                               

SMIM15

SMIM15 is a protein in humans that is encoded by the SMIM15 gene. It is a transmembrane protein that interacts with PBX4. Deletions where SMIM15 is located have produced mental defects and physical deformities. SMIM15 has been found to have ubiqu ...

                                               

Social motility

Social motility describes the motile movement of groups of cells that communicate with each other to coordinate movement based on external stimuli. There are multiple varieties of each kingdom that express social motility that provides a unique e ...

                                               

Richard Simpson

Richard Simpson may refer to: Richard Simpson Scottish politician born 1942, Scottish politician Rik Simpson, British record producer, musician and songwriter Richard Simpson martyr c. 1553–1588, English Catholic priest, martyred during the reign ...

                                               

Alpinus

Alpinus, a Latin adjective meaning pertaining to the Alps, may refer to: Homo alpinus, the Alpine race, a historical race concept defined by some late 19th-century and early 20th-century anthropologists as one of the three sub-races of the Caucas ...

                                               

William Walter

William Walter may refer to: William Walter poet fl. c.1525–1533, English poet and translator William Grey Walter 1910–1977, American neurophysiologist William Walter boxer born 1906, German boxer Sir William Walter MP for Peterborough 1574–1632, ...

                                               

Peter van den Gheyn

Peter van den Gheyn may refer to any of several members of a noted family of bell-founders in the Spanish Netherlands. They are conventionally disambiguated with roman numerals: Peter IV van den Gheyn 1605 or 1607–1654, grandson of Peter II by hi ...

                                               

Leys

Leys may refer to: People Lenaert Leys, better known as Leonardus Lessius 1554–1623, Belgian Jesuit and moral theologian Jan August Hendrik Leys 1815–1869, Belgian painter Simon Leys, pen name of Pierre Ryckmans Colin Leys, Oxford academic Other ...

                                               

Muhammad Shah (disambiguation)

Muhammad Shah of Malacca, 3rd sultan of Malacca Malay Peninsula, 1424–1444 Muhammed Shah or Jan-Fishan Khan died 1864, Afghan warlord Muhammad Shah of Pahang 1450–1475, first sultan of Pahang Malay Peninsula, 1470–1475 Muhammad Shah Adil, 4th rul ...

                                               

Ivan Ivanovich

Ivan Ivanovich may refer to: SuitSat, a retired Russian Orlan spacesuit with a radio transmitter mounted on its helmet deployed as an OSCAR satellite in 2006 Ivan Ivanovich Vostok programme, a mannequin used in testing the Russian Vostok spacecra ...

                                               

Buyan (disambiguation)

The Stary Buyan Republic, a short-lived peasant republic within Samara Governorate, the Russian Empire

                                               

John Bland (disambiguation)

John Bland may refer to: John Bland judge died c. 1825, judge in Canada Jack Bland 1899–1968, American musician John Bland rower born 1958, British rower John Bland martyr died 1555, one of the Canterbury Martyrs Sir John Bland, 5th Baronet 1691– ...

                                               

Elizabeth Stuart

Elizabeth Stuart 1610–1674, daughter of Esme Stewart, 3rd Duke of Lennox Elizabeth Stuart, Countess of Lennox 1555–1582, mother of Arabella Stuart Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia 1596–1662, daughter of James VI/I of Scotland and England Elizab ...

                                               

Edward Littleton

Edward Littleton may refer to: Sir Edward Littleton, 1st Baronet c. 1599–c. 1657, English Baronet, politician and combatant in the English Civil War Edward Littleton, 1st Baron Lyttelton 1589–1645, Chief Justice of North Wales Sir Edward Littleto ...

                                               

Buria (disambiguation)

Buria may refer to: Buria Baf, a village in Lorestan Province, Iran Buria, Iran, a village in North Khorasan Province, Iran Buria, a civil parish in Simon Planas Municipality, Venezuela Buria, an Indian municipality in the Bhiwani district of Har ...

                                               

Robert Logan (disambiguation)

Robert Logan is an American actor. Robert Logan may also refer to: Robert Logan of Restalrig c. 1555–1606, Scottish conspirator Robert Henry Logan 1839–1900, American soldier and politician Bob Logan baseball 1910–1978, American baseball pitcher ...

                                               

Strahinja of Budimlje

Strahinja of Budimlje was a Serbian priest and icon and fresco painter of the Byzantine style who lived and worked in the mid-sixteenth and early seventeenth century. Strahinja of Budimlje is known by the work he did in the Piva Monastery, Durdev ...

                                               

Historia Plantarum

Historia Plantarum has been used as all or part of the name of several books, which include: Historia Plantarum Gessner also called Conradi Gesneri Historia Plantarum, a book on plants by Conrad Gessner, written between 1555 and 1565, published i ...

                                               

Bindheswari Prasad Keshri

Bindheswari Prasad Keshri popularly known as Dr BP Keshri was an educationist and writer. He was one of the prominent leader in movement for separate state of Jharkhand.

                                               

Reflectarray antenna

A reflectarray antenna consists of an array of unit cells, illuminated by a feeding antenna. The feeding antenna is usually a horn. The unit cells are usually backed by a ground plane, and the incident wave reflects off them towards the direction ...

                                               

Peele

Persons with the surname Peele include: Randy Peele b. 1957, basketball coach Cecily Peele 1892-1984, British illustrator and mapmaker. George Peele 1556-1596, the English dramatist John Thomas Peele 1822-1897, British painter Jordan Peele b. 197 ...

                                               

Sexey

Sexey may refer to: Sexey-aux-Forges, commune in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department in northeastern France Sexeys School, state boarding school in Bruton, Somerset, England Sexey-les-Bois, commune in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department in northeaste ...

                                               

Mary Talbot

Mary Talbot may refer to: Mary Armine, nee Talbot, benefactress Mary Talbot entomologist 1903–1990, American entomologist Mary Talbot naval officer 1922–2012, British naval officer Mary Anne Talbot 1778–1808, English woman who posed as male durin ...

                                               

John Brett

John Brett may refer to: John Brett bishop died 1756, bishop of Elphin John Watkins Brett 1805–1863, telegraphic engineer John Brett MP for Much Wenlock UK Parliament constituency John Aloysius Brett 1879–1955, administrator in British India John ...

                                               

Dharnai, Bihar

Dharnai is a small village located in the district of Makhdumpur, Jehanabad in the Indian state of Bihar. It is located approximate 73 km from the state capital Patna. The pin code is 804421. It is very close to the Patna-Gaya National Highway 22 ...

                                               

Henry Ward

Henry Ward may refer to: Henry Ward barrister died 1556, Member of Parliament for Norwich Henry Augustus Ward 1834–1906, American naturalist Henry Arthur Ward 1889–1908, Birmingham whistle maker Henry Ward Kentucky politician 1909–2002, Kentucky ...

                                               

Nazarius

Nazarius and Celsus, two 1st century CE martyrs whose bodies were discovered by Saint Ambrose shortly after 395 CE Saint Nazarius Roman Martyrology died c. 303 CE, one of four Roman martyrs who suffered death under Diocletian Nazarius rhetorician ...

                                               

Miniature Self Portrait (Anguissola, Boston)

Self Portrait in Miniature is a small oil painting by the Italian artist Sofonisba Anguissola. It was painted around 1556 and mounted on a medal from the same time. The choice of format is based on Angussiolas knowledge of the works of the famous ...

                                               

Olga Evdokimov

Olga Evdokimov is a Russian born professor of physics at the University of Illinois, Chicago. She is a High Energy Nuclear Physicist, who currently collaborates on two international experiments; the Solenoidal Tracker At RHIC experiment at the Re ...