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Charles Thornton

Charles Thornton may refer to: Charles Irving Thornton 1841–1842, American infant from the state of Virginia Charles E. Thornton 1930s–1985, medical reporter and the first American journalist killed in Afghanistan after the Soviet invasion of 197 ...

                                               

Neil Wilson

Neil Wilson may refer to: Neil Wilson figure skater born 1978, British figure skater Neil Wilson, member of Australian band Tyrant Neil Wilson tenor singer 1956-2000 American opera singer tenor Neil Wilson baseball 1935–2013, Major League Basebal ...

                                               

The Meeting

The Meeting may refer to: La rencontre The Meeting nicknamed Bonjour, Monsieur Courbet, an 1854 painting by Gustave Courbet "The Meeting" The Office, a 2009 episode of The Office The Meeting 2012 film, a film starring Rita Dominic The Meeting Art ...

                                               

Kansas (disambiguation)

Kansasville, Wisconsin Kansas, Kentucky Kansas, Indiana Kansas Territory, U.S. territory which existed from 1854 to 1861 Kansas Lake, a lake in Minnesota Kansas, Oklahoma Kansas, Georgia Kansas, Illinois Kansas, Ohio Kansas River, a river in Kans ...

                                               

Walla Walla

Walla can refer to: Place of many rocks in the Australian Aboriginal Wiradjuri language, the origin of the name of the town of Walla in New South Wales Walla people, a Native American tribe after which the county and city of Walla Walla, Washingt ...

                                               

Abner Nash Ogden

Abner Nash Ogden was a Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court from May 4, 1853 to July, 1855. Born in Hillsborough, North Carolina, Ogdens father was judge Robert Ogden and his maternal grandfather was North Carolina Governor Abner Nash. Followin ...

                                               

Daniel Ryan

Daniel or Dan Ryan may refer to: Dan Ryan Jr. 1894–1961, his son, American politician Daniel Ryan figure skater died 1961, American ice dancer who competed with partner Carol Ann Peters Daniel Joseph Ryan, American politician in the Massachusetts ...

                                               

Maude Wordsworth James

Maude Wordsworth James, born Maude Crabbe, was an Australian designer, author and song-writer. She was an executive officer of the Kalgoorlie Ladies Referendum Committee. She is best known for promoting" cooee” as an Australian patriotic symbol, ...

                                               

Sebastiano Nicotra

Sebastiano Nicotra was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who served in the diplomatic service of the Holy See. From 1916 to 1929 he was an apostolic nuncio with the rank of archbishop.

                                               

Aigremont

Edouard Michel du Faing dAigremont 1855–1931, a Belgian army officer and general during World War I Guillaume François dAigremont, 1770–1827, a French general de brigade brigadier general

                                               

The Meeting on Turret Stairs

The Meeting on Turret Stairs is an 1864 watercolor painting by Frederic William Burton. The painting is in the National Gallery of Ireland. The subject of painting is the history of love of Hellelil, who fell in love with her personal guard Hilde ...

                                               

Theodore II

Theodore II can refer to: Theodore II Palaiologos c.1396–1448, Despot of the Morea from 1407 to 1443 Patriarch Theodore II of Alexandria born 1954, current since 2004 Eastern Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria Pope Theodore II who reigned for twent ...

                                               

Theodoros II

Theodoros II may refer to: Theodore II Palaiologos, Despot in Morea in 1407–1443 Patriarch Theodore II of Alexandria Coadjutor, Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between the 7th and 8th centuries Theodore II Laskaris, Emperor of Nicaea in 1254–1258 T ...

                                               

Solz

Solz may refer to: August von Trott zu Solz 1855–1938, German politician, Prussian Minister of Culture Solz southern, a river of Hesse, Germany, tributary of the Fulda in Bad Hersfeld about 15 km upstream of the other Solz Trott zu Solz, a Hessia ...

                                               

Powers Caldera

The Powers Caldera is a buried summit caldera of Kīlauea on the Big Island of Hawaii. It is the precursor to the modern but smaller Kīlauea Caldera, having formed about 2.200 years ago as a result of powerful phreatomagmatic eruptions. These expl ...

                                               

Bloody Monday (disambiguation)

Bloody Monday can mean: Bloody Monday, the 1855 riots in Louisville, Kentucky Bloody Monday Danville, a civil protest at Danville, Virginia Czestochowa massacre, the massacre of Polish and Jewish civilians by the Wehrmacht in 1939 Bloody Monday a ...

                                               

Vennimala

Vennimala is a small village located in Puthuppally Grama Panchayath of the Kottayam district in Kerala. Vennimala is 16 kilometres east of Kottayam. It lies between the towns of Western Kerala and the mountains of the Western Ghats. Vennimala wa ...

                                               

James Conway

James Conway hurler, Irish hurling player James P. Conway 1910–1984, American Hall of Fame racehorse trainer James Conway Gaelic footballer born 1981, Irish Gaelic football player Jim Conway baseball 1858–1912, American Major League Baseball play ...

                                               

Jack Allen

Jack Allen may refer to: Jack Allen Australian footballer 1887–1956, Australian rules footballer John F. Allen 1908–2001, physicist Jack Allen footballer, born 1903 1903–1957, English football player Jack Allen American football born 1992, Americ ...

                                               

Jikke Gaastra

Jitske "Jikke" Minderhout - Gaastra was a Ductch speed skater. She was the first women who started an Elfstedentocht in the second edition in 1912; the most prestigious speed skating tour in The Netherlands over 200 km.

                                               

Albert White

Albert White may refer to: Albert White musician born 1942, American blues guitarist, singer and songwriter Albert White VC 1892–1917, English soldier, recipient of the Victoria Cross during World War I Albert Scott White 1855–1931, lawyer and po ...

                                               

Heathfield Hospital

The facility, which was designed by John Eaglesham 1855-1922, opened as the Burgh Fever Hospital in June 1905. It joined the National Health Service in 1948 and a large outpatients department was built on an adjacent site in 1962. After services ...

                                               

Thomas Goodwillie

Thomas Goodwillie was a Scottish sculptor active in Moray in the nineteenth century. He is known for carving the statue of George Gordon in his robes of the office of chancellor of Marischall College, Aberdeen, in 1855, which sits atop the Duke o ...

                                               

Chom Rat Chong Charoen

In 1855 there were two captain, the first captain Thomas George Knox and Captain Impey arrived in Rattanakosin. Both are bringing the song "God Save The Queen", which is a song in honor of Queen Victoria of England in Siam a new lyrics have been ...

                                               

Raymond Jones

Ray Jones footballer, born 1988 1988–2007, English footballer who played for QPR Ray Jones footballer, born 1924, Australian rules footballer for Geelong Ray Jones cyclist 1918–1990, English road cyclist Ray Jones American football born 1947, Ame ...

                                               

Christchurch earthquake (disambiguation)

2010 Canterbury earthquake on 4 September 2010 1869 Christchurch earthquake on 5 June 1869 2011 Christchurch earthquake on 22 February 2011 February 2016 Christchurch earthquake on 14 February 2016 June 2011 Christchurch earthquake on 13 June 2011

                                               

Body Electric

Body Electric may refer to these artworks, all named after "I Sing the Body Electric", an 1855 poem from Leaves of Grass by the American poet Walt Whitman:

                                               

Hog-Eye

A Hog-Eye in Missouri is a small compact place sunk in a hollow. There were once several places in Missouri called Hog-Eye: Hogeye, California, former name of Keyesville, California Hog-Eye in Jack County, Texas, a settlement of considerable size ...

                                               

Valley of the Shadow of Death

Valley of the Shadow of Death may refer to: Valley of the Shadow of Death Roger Fenton, an 1855 war photograph by Roger Fenton during the Crimean War The Valley of the Shadow of Death, a 2005 album by The Tossers "Valley of the Shadow of Death", ...

                                               

Neanderthal (disambiguation)

Neanderthal, or Homo neanderthalensis, was a species of the genus Homo that inhabited Europe and parts of western Asia. Neanderthal may also refer to: Neanderthal band, a 1990s power violence band Neanderthal 1, the skull found in Neandertal in 1 ...

                                               

TWW

TWW may refer to: Transcom WorldWide, a customer relationship management and debt collection company based in Europe Thomas Woodrow Wilson 1856–1924, an American politician and academic who served as the 28th President of the United States from 1 ...

                                               

Pekin

Pekin, Iowa Pekin Township, Michigan Pekin, Maryland Pekin, Ohio Paducah, Kentucky, originally settled as Pekin Pekin, Illinois Pekin, Indiana Pekin Township, Tazewell County, Illinois Pekin, North Dakota Pekin, New York, hamlet in town of Cambri ...

                                               

Robert Perry

Bob Perry tennis born 1933, American tennis player Robert Perry sailor 1909–1987, British sailor Bob Perry footballer 1893–?, Scottish footballer Bob Perry baseball 1934–2017, American baseball player Bobby Perry born 1985, American basketball player

                                               

UTT

UTT could refer to: University of Trinidad and Tobago University of Technology of Troyes, France United Talmud Torahs of Montreal Untritrium, hypothetical chemical element 133 Unified Targeting Tool, a database query tool used by NSA Uttoxeter ra ...

                                               

James McMahon

James McMahon may refer to: Jim McMahon born 1959, American football player James McMahon astronomer, American amateur astronomer James E. McMahon, United States Attorney in South Dakota James McMahon priest 1817–1901, Irish born priest Les McMah ...

                                               

Waterloo station (disambiguation)

Yau Ma Tei station, formerly Waterloo station, Hong Kong Waterloo B railway station, Waterloo, Walloon Brabant, Belgium Waterloo International railway station, 1994–2007 Eurostar terminal in London, England Waterloo station Indiana, United States ...

                                               

Charles Sawyer

Charles Sawyer may refer to: Charles E. Sawyer 1860–1924, personal physician to President Warren G. Harding Charles Sawyer sportsman 1856–1921, English cricketer and rugby union footballer Charles H. Sawyer 1840–1908, Governor of New Hampshire Ch ...

                                               

Manon Lescaut (disambiguation)

Manon Lescaut is a short novel by Prevost Manon Lescaut may also refer to: Manon Lescaut 1926 film, film directed by Arthur Robison, starring Lya De Putti Manon Lescaut Auber, an 1856 opera by Daniel Auber Manon Lescaut ballet, by Jean-Pierre Aum ...

                                               

Mads Christensen

Mads Christensen may refer to: Mads Christensen ice hockey, born 1987, Danish ice hockey forward Mads Christensen comedian born 1965, Danish comedian, author and public speaker Mads Græsboll Christensen born 1977, Danish professor in audio proces ...

                                               

Ole Boye

Boye was born on 4 May 1856 at i Tinning in Foldby Parish, Jutland, the son of farmer Soren Christiansen Smed and Ellen Laursdatter. He assumed the name Boye in circa 1885.

                                               

George Mann

George Mann is the name of: George Mann cricketer 1917–2001, English cricketer George Mann rugby league born 1965, former professional rugby league footballer from Tonga George R. Mann 1856–1939, American architect George Mann vaudeville performe ...

                                               

Kihawahine

The Kihawahine - deities Kū, Kāne, Lono and Kanaloa are often referred to as the" four main gods” in traditional Hawaiian society, characterized with the incredible power and central role of female deities. Kihawahine Mokuhinia Kalamaula Kalāaihe ...

                                               

Akina

Akina may refer to: Joseph Apukai Akina 1856–1920, a Chinese-Hawaiian politician and pastor AKINA, a member of the J-pop group Folder 5 Akina given name Duane Akina, an American football coach Akina Nakamori, a J-Pop idol Akina, a character in th ...

                                               

Monteviot Tea Garden

The map alongside shows the southern portion of the Darjeeling Himalayan hill region and a small portion of the terai region in its eastern and southern fringes, all of it in the Darjeeling district. In the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision 61.00% of ...

                                               

Agivey River

The Agivey River is a medium to large river in Co Londonderry. It rises high in The Sperrin Mountains and flows Eastwards towards Garvagh. It joins the River Bann near Ballymoney. It is one of NI Game Angling Rivers it has its own angling associa ...

                                               

Grampus

A common name for the orca Another name for the hellbender, a species of salamander Grampus genus, the genus that includes Rissos dolphin as its only species Another name for a hellgrammite, the dobsonfly larva Another name for Mastigoproctus gig ...

                                               

Naff

Naff or NAFF may refer to: People: Kevin Naff, editor at the Washington Blade Petty Naff, a notorious rowdy of the Know-Nothing Riot of 1856 William E. Naff, an American scholar of Japanese language Lycia Naff, actress D-Naff born 1974, a Namibia ...

                                               

Thomas Caldwell

Thomas Caldwell may refer to: Thomas Wakem Caldwell 1867–1937, farmer and political figure in New Brunswick, Canada Tom Caldwell 1921–2002, Irish politician, interior designer, and art dealer Tommy Caldwell musician 1949–1980, bassist/vocalist fo ...

                                               

Daniel Hernandez

Daniel Hernandez Trejo born 1994, Mexican footballer Dani Hernandez born 1985, Venezuelan footballer Daniel Hernandez soccer born 1976, American soccer player Daniel Anibal Hernandez born 1970, Argentine footballer Daniel Hernandez Jr. born 1990, ...

                                               

James Weaver

James Weaver Wisconsin politician 1800–1886, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly James H. Weaver Alabama, Secretary of State of Alabama, 1856–1860 Jim Weaver Oregon politician born 1927, United States Representative from Oregon James B. Weaver ...