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Jim Burgess

James or Jim Burges may refer to: James Burgess American football, born 1994 born 1994, American football player Jim Burgess Ontario politician, Green Party candidate for Chatham-Kent - Essex in the Ontario general election, 2003 Sir James Lamb, ...

                                               

David Spence

David Spence may refer to: David Allan Spence 1926–2003, New Zealand and British mathematician Dave Spence cricketer born 1930, New Zealand cricketer David Spence VC 1818–1877, Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross David Jerome Spence 1873–195 ...

                                               

Barbot

Barbot may refer to: Oxiris Barbot, American Commissioner of Health of the City of New York Vivian Barbot born 1941, Canadian teacher, activist, and politician Clement Barbot 1914–1963, aide to Haitian President Francois Duvalier Roboexotica Jose ...

                                               

Prince Waldemar

Waldemar II, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst d. 1371 Waldemar I, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst d. 1368 Waldemar V, Prince of Anhalt-Kothen, d. 1436 Waldemar III, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst d. 1391 Waldemar VI, Prince of Anhalt-Kothen, 1450–1508

                                               

Alexander Thompson

Alexander Thompson may refer to: Alec Thompson 1916–2001, English cricketer for Middlesex Alexander John Thompson, author of a table of logarithms, published in 1952 Alexander Thompson cricketer, born 1876 1876–1951, English cricketer for Northam ...

                                               

Booz

Booz may refer to: the Greek form of Boaz, a rich landowner mentioned in the Biblical book of Ruth Booz Allen Hamilton, a global management consulting firm and US government contractor Ludovic Booz born 1940, Haitian artist Edwin G. Booz, America ...

                                               

William Whiting

William Whiting may refer to: His son, William F. Whiting 1864–1936, U.S. Secretary of Commerce William Whiting poet 1825–1878, English writer and hymnist William Whiting II 1841–1911, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusett ...

                                               

Swami Dayananda

The name Swami Dayananda may refer to: Bede Griffiths 1906-1993, also known as "Swami Dayananda", an English Roman Catholic monk who lived in India Dayanand Saraswati Swami Dayanand Saraswati1824–1883, founder of the Arya Samaj Dayananda Saraswat ...

                                               

James McCormick

James, Jim or Jimmy McCormick may refer to: Jimmy McCormick 1912–1968, English football player and manager Jim McCormick pitcher 1856–1918, right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball Jim McCormick American football 1884–1959, American football ...

                                               

David Logan

David or Dave Logan may refer to: David Logan footballer born 1963, English footballer David Logan chemist born 1956, Northern Irish professor of theoretical chemistry David Logan British politician 1871–1964, British Member of Parliament, 1929–1 ...

                                               

Ile du Belvedere

Ile du Belvedere is a island located on the lake of Parc des Buttes Chaumont, in the 19th arrondissement of Paris. Covering an area of around 6.700 m 2, it is connected to the bank by two bridges: to the west by Pont des Suicides, made of stone, ...

                                               

Edward Bell

Eddie Bell wide receiver born 1946, former American football wide receiver Ed Bell 1921–1990, American football player Eddie Bell halfback 1931–2009, American football player Edward Bell footballer 1888–1918, British footballer Ted Bell footballe ...

                                               

George Sanderson

George Sanderson may refer to: George Sanderson, a character in the film Monsters, Inc. George Pringle Sanderson 1850–1940, Canadian politician from Alberta George Henry Sanderson 1824–1893, mayor of San Francisco George Sanderson politician, may ...

                                               

Mendez Nuñez

Mendez Nuñez or Mendez-Nuñez may refer to: Mendez Nuñez F-104, an Alvaro de Bazan -class frigate Mendez, Cavite, officially the Municipality of Mendez-Nuñez, a fourth-class urban municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines Casto Mendez Nu ...

                                               

Hetta (disambiguation)

Hetta is a village in the municipality of Enontekio in the north-west part of Finnish Lapland. Hetta may also refer to: Sis Hetta, character in Jubilee by Margaret Walker 1966 Hetta Carbury, character in The Way We Live Now by Anthony Trollope 18 ...

                                               

Calpe (disambiguation)

Calpe is the Spanish name for Calp, a coastal town in Valencia, Spain. It may also refer to: Espasa Calpe, a Spanish book publisher Calpe Quoy & Gaimard, 1827, a siphonophore genus now accepted as Abylopsis Calpe Bithynia, a city of ancient Bithy ...

                                               

Renfrew (disambiguation)

Renfrew, Ontario Port Renfrew, British Columbia, Vancouver Island Renfrew, Calgary, neighbourhood of Calgary, Alberta Renfrew station, A Skytrain station in Vancouver Renfrew, Nova Scotia Renfrew-Collingwood, Vancouver neighborhood Renfrew County ...

                                               

John Livingston

John Livingston may refer to: John Cleve Livingston born 1947, American rower John Livingston actor born 1970, American actor starring in The Sterling Chase John Livingston naturalist 1923–2006, Canadian naturalist, broadcaster, author, and teach ...

                                               

Loran

Loran may refer to: Loran, Iran, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran Loran death knight, a fictional character in the World of Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game Loran Cehack, the fictional protagonist in the ...

                                               

Rosella (1825 ship)

Rosella was launched in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1825 and was wrecked on 7 December 1825. She first appeared in the Register of Shipping RS for 1826 with T.Hall, master, Noble, owner, and trade Newcastle. Rosella sailed for the Baltic and was repor ...

                                               

Henry Cunningham (knight)

Henry Cunningham, was a Scottish noble who took part in the Hundred Years War. He captured Walter, Baron FitzWalter, during the battle of Bauge in 1421 in France.

                                               

Maria Kalapothakes

Maria Kalapothakes, was a Greek physician. She was the first woman physician i modern Greece, prior to Angelique Panayotatou. Maria Kalapothakes was the daughter of the American missionary Martha Hooper Blackler 1830-1871 and the Greek surgeon Mi ...

                                               

Senator Baldwin

Senator Baldwin may refer to: United States Senators Tammy Baldwin born 1962, U.S. Senator from Wisconsin since 2013 Henry P. Baldwin 1814–1892, U.S. Senator from the state of Michigan Abraham Baldwin 1754–1807, U.S. Senator from Georgia from 179 ...

                                               

Joseph Carter

Joseph F. Carter 1842–1922, American soldier and Medal of Honor recipient Joseph E. Carter 1875–1950, American Medal of Honor recipient Joseph Carter Abbott 1825–1881, Union general

                                               

St John the Baptist Clontarf

St John the Baptist Clontarf may refer to parishes and church buildings in the district of Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland: The current Parish Church, at Seafield Road Clontarf parish Church of Ireland The former Parish Church, near Clontarf Castle Clo ...

                                               

William Redmond

William Redmond may refer to: William Redmond 1886–1932, Irish nationalist politician, son of John Redmond, British Army captain William Archer Redmond 1825–1880, Irish nationalist politician, father of John Redmond Willie Redmond or William Hoey ...

                                               

The Last Days of Pompeii (disambiguation)

The Last Days of Pompeii 1950 film, a French-Italian film by Marcel LHerbier and Paolo Moffa The Last Days of Pompeii 1926 film, an Italian silent film by Carmine Gallone and Amleto Palermi The Last Days of Pompeii 1908 film, an Italian film by A ...

                                               

University Hospital Center of São João

The University Hospital Center of São João, or simply São João Hospital, is the main hospital of the city of Porto, Portugal, and also the Porto metropolitan area and the North of Portugal. Its also a medical school, the Faculty of Medicine of th ...

                                               

Robert Paterson

Robert Paterson may refer to: Robert Paterson soccer born 1967, former U.S. soccer forward Robert Paterson Scottish architect 1825–1889, Scottish architect Robert Paterson bishop born 1949, Anglican Bishop of Sodor and Man, Isle of Man Robert Ada ...

                                               

OOM

Out of memory, a pathological state of a computer operation Order of magnitude, a measurement term Object-oriented modeling, a modeling paradigm mainly used in computer programming

                                               

Henry Nicholls

Henry Nicholls may refer to: Henry George Nicholls pastor c. 1852–1936, Congregational minister in England and South Australia and Presbyterian minister in Victoria, Australia Henry Nicholls, explorer and member of the African Association H. R. N ...

                                               

Frisby

Edgar Frisby, American astronomer Leander F. Frisby 1825-1889, American lawyer Almah Jane Frisby 1857-1931, American physician and college professor

                                               

Landsborough

Charlie Landsborough born 1941, English country and folk musician and singer William Landsborough 1825–1886, Australian explorer and member of the Queensland Legislative Council

                                               

Trampoline (disambiguation)

"Trampoline" Kero Bonito song "Trampoline" Shaed song "Trampoline" Lazlo Bane song "Trampoline" Tinie Tempah song "Trampolene", a song by Julian Cope from his album Saint Julian 1986 "Trampoline", by the Spencer Davis Group from their album The B ...

                                               

Saint Petersburg (disambiguation)

St. Petersburg, Florida Saint Petersburg, Colorado St. Petersburg, Missouri, fictional hometown of Mark Twains characters Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn St. Petersburg, Pennsylvania Petersburg, Alaska also sometimes referred to as St. Petersburg ...

                                               

Lord Morris

Lord Morris is the name of: Michael Morris, 3rd Baron Killanin 1914–1999 William Morris, 1st Viscount Nuffield 1877–1963, English motor manufacturer and philanthropist, founder of Morris Motors Limited John Morris, Baron Morris of Borth-y-Gest 19 ...

                                               

King Ncapayi

Ncapayi was the king of the Bhaca people between 1826 until his death in 1846. He was the second son from the first wife of King Madzikane, the firstborn being Sonyangwe his elder brother. He resided at his fathers royal residence in Mpoza facing ...

                                               

Treaty of Bangkok (disambiguation)

Treaty of Bangkok or Bangkok Treaty may refer to: Siamese–American Treaty of Amity and Commerce 14 April 1836 Southeast Asian Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone Treaty 15 December 1995 Bowring Treaty 18 April 1855 Anglo-Siamese Treaty of 1909 10 March Trea ...

                                               

Albuera (1826 ship)

Albuera was launched at Aberdeen in 1826. She appeared in the Register of Shipping in 1827 mwith Bothwic, master, Amesley & Co., owners, and trade London–Trieste. Albuera traded widely, reaching the Mediterranean, the Baltic, and South America. O ...

                                               

Thomas Shannon

Thomas Shannon Ohio politician 1786–1846, U.S. Representative from Ohio, 1826–1827 Thomas A. Shannon Jr. born 1958, U.S. Department of State official Tom Shannon Australian politician 1884–1954, member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly ...

                                               

Goyder

George Goyder 1826–1898, Surveyor General of South Australia from 1843–1894 Richard Goyder born 1960, Australian businessman Mark Goyder 1953–present, English author and CEO Joe Goyder 1907–1986, English boxer

                                               

Colonial Secretary

Colonial Secretary may refer to: Colonial Secretary of Ceylon, one of six offices that held a seat in the Executive Council of Ceylon Colonial Secretary New Zealand, the chief administrator of New Zealand from 1840 to 1907 Chief Secretary, Singap ...

                                               

Gū (surname)

Koo Hsien-jung Chester Koo Richard Koo Leslie Koo Koo Kwang-ming Koo family of Lukang, a prominent Taiwanese-Japanese business family who founded the Koos Group known as 和信集團 Koo Chen-fu Taiwanese diplomat and businessman Jeffrey Koo Sr. Nono ...

                                               

Ellerton

Ellerton-on-Swale, a village in North Yorkshire, England on the River Swale 6 miles east of Richmond Ellerton, a deserted medieval village in North Yorkshire, England on the River Swale 6 miles west of Richmond, in the parish of Ellerton Abbey El ...

                                               

Friedrich Ludwig Krebs

Friedrich Ludwig Krebs was a German author, noted for the illustrated work in 2 volumes, Vollstandige Beschreibung und Abbildung der sammtlichen Holzarten. This book was published in 1826-32 by Vieweg Verlag in Braunschweig. Johann Christian Pete ...

                                               

Brewer (disambiguation)

A brewer is a person or business that makes beer by brewing. Brewer may also refer to: Helena Brewers, an affiliated minor league team in Helena, Montana Bernie Brewer, the mascot of the Milwaukee Brewers Brewer, Maine, a city in southern Penobsc ...

                                               

PIM

Processor-in-memory, CPU and memory on the same chip Personal Information Module for PalmDOS Protocol Independent Multicast, Internet protocols Platform-independent model in software engineering Personal information management Parallel inference ...

                                               

Nicolo Pizzolo

Nicolo Pizzolo, also known as Nicolo di Pietro di Giovanni or with surname spelled Pizolo, was an Italian painter from Padua.

                                               

Granby

Granby, Quebec, Canada Challenger de Granby, a tennis tournament Granby electoral district, a Quebec electoral district whose territory is identical to that of the city Granby, Missouri, U.S. Granby, New York, U.S. Granby crater, a meteor crater ...

                                               

Wharncliffe

Baron Wharncliffe disambiguation, various holders of a title of the English peerage created in 1826 Earl of Wharncliffe, a title of the English peerage created in 1876