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Chatto (surname)

Chatto may refer to the following people: Lady Sarah Chatto born 1964, English painter Chatto Apache 1860–1934, Chiricahua Apache chief William Andrew Chatto 1799–1864, English writer, sometimes used the pseudonym Stephen Oliver Tom Chatto 1920–1 ...

                                               

Arthur Richardson

Arthur Richardson may refer to: Arthur R. Richardson 1862–1936, pilot, farmer and political figure in Nova Scotia, Canada Arthur Charles Jeston Richardson 1872–1939, Australian cyclist and mining engineer, first man to circumnavigate Australia on ...

                                               

Parian

Parian may refer to: Centro Comercial El Parian, Aguascalientes, Mexico Parian, Calamba, a barangay in Calamba, Philippines. Pertaining to Paros, the Greek island Parian marble, a stone quarried on Paros used for sculpture El Parian Commercial Pa ...

                                               

WRR

WRR may refer to: Watford and Rickmansworth Railway W&RR, a company in England, 1860–1952 KTCK AM, a radio station in Dallas, Texas which used the WRR call letters from 1921–1978 Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid, the Scientific ...

                                               

Beijing Treaty

The Beijing Treaty may refer to: Beijing Convention, a 2010 multilateral aviation treaty Sino-Portuguese Treaty of Peking of 1887 between Qing China and Portugal. Beijing Protocol, a 2010 protocol supplement to the 1970 Hague Hijacking Convention ...

                                               

Canniesburn Hospital

Canniesburn Hospital was a health facility on Switchback Road in Bearsden, East Dunbartonshire, Scotland. The original hospital blocks constitute a Grade B listed building.

                                               

Ministry of Public Works and Transport (Costa Rica)

The Ministry of Public Works and Transport is an agency of the executive power of the government of Costa Rica. It is in charge of the roads, airports and maritime ports planning and construction, it also regulates public transportation.

                                               

Al Johnson

Al Johnson may refer to: Albert Wesley Johnson 1923–2010, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation president Al Johnson musician 1948–2013, American R&B singer who was a member of The Unifics Al Johnson baseball 1860–1901, owner in 1891 of the Cleve ...

                                               

To Catch the Kaidash

To Catch the Kaidash - is a Ukrainian drama TV series created by ProKino for STB channel. The screenwriter and the showrunner of the project is Natalka Vorozhbyt. The plot of the television series is based on the novel The Kaydashs Family by Ivan ...

                                               

Newham (disambiguation)

Newham, Victoria, Australia Newham, Lincolnshire, a locaton in the United Kingdom Newham, Northumberland, England; see Newham railway station Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England

                                               

HMS Indefatigable (1891)

HMS Indefatigable, was a second-class Apollo -class protected cruiser of the British Royal Navy. The ship was built by the London and Glasgow Shipbuilding Company of Glasgow between 1890 and 1892, launching on 12 March 1891. In 1910, the ship was ...

                                               

Hell on Wheels (disambiguation)

Hell on Wheels is a phrase that originally described the collection of business locations, such as gambling houses, which followed the builders of the First Transcontinental Railroad in the US, in the 1860s. Hell on Wheels may also refer to:

                                               

Noyes (disambiguation)

Noyes L. Jackson 1860–1933, American politician, businessman, and farmer Noyes Leech 1921–2010, American law professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School

                                               

Massachusetts Senates 2nd Worcester district

Massachusetts Senates 2nd Worcester district in the United States is one of 40 legislative districts of the Massachusetts Senate. It covers portions of Worcester county. Democrat Mike Moore of Millbury has represented the district since 2009.

                                               

Wrong (disambiguation)

"Wrong" Zayn song, 2016 "Wrong", a song by Luh Kel, 2019 "Wrong" Waylon Jennings song, from his 1990 album The Eagle "Wrong" Kimberley Locke song, from her 2004 album One Love Wrong album, the fourth full-length album by the Canadian punk rock ba ...

                                               

Eulenspiegel

Thyl Ulenspiegel Les Aventures d’Ulenspiegel et de Lamme Goedzack au pays de Flandres et ailleurs, 1868, by Charles De Coster Ulenspiegel magazine, a defunct satirical magazine in postwar Germany, published December 1945–1950 Eulenspiegel, a ligh ...

                                               

Minnehaha (disambiguation)

Minnehaha, Colorado Minnehaha Academy Minnehaha Falls Minnehaha Trail, a multi-use path Minnehaha, Minneapolis, a neighborhood in Minneapolis Min Hi Line, a linear park parallel to Minnehaha Avenue Minnehaha Creek Minnehaha Falls Lower Glen Trail ...

                                               

Sister Mary Vincent Shelverton

Sister Mary Vincent Shelverton was born Patricia Bernadette Shelverton on 6 January 1925 at Hobart, Tasmania and was Professed as a Sister of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary on 2 February 1945. Sr Vincent worked as a dedicated teacher ...

                                               

21st Louisiana Infantry Regiment (Kennedys)

The 21st Louisiana Infantry Regiment, also called the McCown Regiment, was an infantry regiment from Louisiana that served in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. Six of its companies formed the 5th Louisiana Infantry Battal ...

                                               

Ashton railway station (disambiguation)

Ashton railway station was a station in Devon, opened by the Great Western Railway in 1882 and closed in 1958 Ashton railway station may also refer to: Ashton and Hooley Hill railway station, now known as Guide Bridge railway station, opened by t ...

                                               

De Tjolomadoe

De Tjolomadoe or De Colomadu sugar factory was built by Mangkunegara IV at 1862 with consortium from Dutch East Indies government, located 12.7 km from center of Surakarta and 58.1 km from Yogyakarta.

                                               

Bubble Boy

Severe combined immunodeficiency, sometimes called bubble boy disease, a genetic disorder which results in an extreme vulnerability to infectious diseases

                                               

Sonny Boy

"Sonny Boy" song, a 1928 song written by Ray Henderson, Bud De Sylva, and Lew Brown Sonny Boy album, a 1961 album by jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins featuring the above song

                                               

Lonely Boy

"Lonely Boy" The Black Keys song, the first single from The Black Keys 2011 album El Camino "Lonely Boy" Porgy and Bess song, the name of a 1935 song written by George Gershwin for his opera Porgy and Bess "Lonely Boy" Paul Anka song, a 1959 song ...

                                               

Hey Boy

"Hey Boy", a song by Barry St. John "Hey Boy", a song by The Blow from the album Poor Aim: Love Songs "Hey Boy! Kim-Lian song", a single by Dutch singer Kim-Lian "Hey Boy", a song by The Spiders Japanese band "Hey Boy", a song by Lesley Duncan, 1 ...

                                               

Little Boy Lost

Little Boy Lost may refer to: "Little Boy Lost", a song by Kiri Te Kanawa from the album Magic Little Boy Lost 1978 film, a 1978 Australian film based on the true story of a missing child, Stephen Walls. "The Little Boy Lost", a simple lyric poem ...

                                               

Dear Boy

Dear Boy, a collection of poems by Emily Berry Dear boy: the life of Keith Moon by Tony Fletcher 2005 Dear Boys, a 2003 sports manga by Hiroki Yagami

                                               

William Bridges

William or Bill Bridges may refer to: William Bridges general 1861–1915, commander of the Australian Armys First Australian Imperial Force in 1914–1915 Bill Bridges basketball 1939–2015, professional basketball player William B. Bridges born 1934 ...

                                               

Eva Carter Buckner

Buckner was born in 1861 in Washington, Iowa. As a young child, her family lived first in Des Moines, Iowa, and then in Colorado Springs, Colorado, when she attended public school. Buckner began writing poetry as a student in Colorado Springs, wh ...

                                               

Penobscot (disambiguation)

Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory, Maine Penobscot River, Maine Penobscot Bay, Maine Penobscot, Maine Penobscot Indian Island Reservation, Penobscot County, Maine Penobscot Knob, Pennsylvania Fort Pentagouet or Fort Castine or Fort Penobsc ...

                                               

Roll-up

"Roll Up", a song by South African rapper Emtee "Roll Up", a song by American rapper Wiz Khalifa "Roll Up", a song by American band Fitz and the Tantrums from their self-titled album

                                               

Glory, Glory

Glory, Glory” fight song, sung at American college sporting events The Battle Hymn of the Republic”, an American patriotic anthem written by Julia Ward Howe in 1861 To the same tune:" Glory Glory” association football chant, which has been used n ...

                                               

Tahoma

South Tahoma Glacier, a glacier on Mount Rainier Mount Tahoma, an alternative spelling of Mount Tacoma, the original name of Mount Rainier Tahoma Glacier, a glacier on Mount Rainier Little Tahoma Peak, a satellite peak of Mount Rainier Tahoma Sen ...

                                               

Mulga

Mulga apple, its edible gall Acacia aneura mulga or true mulga Acacia cyperophylla red mulga Acacia citrinoviridis black mulga Acacia brachystachya umbrella mulga Any of many similar Acacia species, such as Acacia craspedocarpa hop mulga

                                               

Charles Frederick

Charles Frederick may refer to: Charles Osmond Frederick, British engineer Charles Frederick, Grand Duke of Baden 1728–1811 Charles Frederick Royal Navy officer 1797–1875, British admiral Charles Arthur Frederick 1861–1913, British courtier Sir C ...

                                               

Robert Dickinson

Robert Dickinson may refer to: Robert E. Dickinson born 1940, American atmospheric scientist Robert Dickinson athlete 1901–1981, British Olympic athlete Robert Dickinson British Columbia politician 1835–1889, Canadian politician Rob Dickinson bor ...

                                               

Longstaff

Longstaff may refer to: Longstaff, an English surname with a variant form Langstaff/Lantaff. Longstaff weapon, a pole-weapon similar to a quarterstaff; or People Matty Longstaff born 2000, English footballer - son of David above, brother of Sean ...

                                               

Round Mountain

Battle of Round Mountain, a battle during the U. S. Civil War for control of Indian Territory in 1861 Round Mountain Gold Mine

                                               

Demetrius I

Demetrius I may refer to: Pope Demetrius I of Alexandria, ruled in 189–232 Demetrius I Starshy died 1399, Duke of Bryansk Demetrius I of Bactria, Greco-Bactrian king reigned c. 200–180 BC Demetrius I Qadi 1861–1925, Patriarch of the Melkite Greek ...

                                               

Aquilonia

Aquilonia may refer to: Agnone perhaps derived from Aquilonia, in Molise, Italy, the probable location of the battle Battle of Aquilonia 293 BC, between the Roman Republic and the Samnites Aquilonia, Campania called Carbonara till 1861, previousl ...

                                               

Bislet Baths

Bislet Baths is a swimming pool and fitness center in Oslo, designed by the architects Harald Aars and Lorentz Harboe Ree. The facility is located in Bislett not far from Bislett Stadium, and it was completed in 1920. In 2011, the Norwegian Direc ...

                                               

Maurizio Ferrante Gonzaga

Maurizio Ferrante Gonzaga was an Italian general from the House of Gonzaga, decorated with the rank of officer in the Military Order of Savoy, with two gold medals, three silver and two bronze medals to military valor and the cross to the merit o ...

                                               

Battle of Athens

Battle of Athens may refer to: Dekemvriana, "December events", armed clashes between communists and government/British forces in 1944 Battle of Athens 1941, a World War II air battle, part of the Battle of Greece. in the US Battle of Athens 1861, ...

                                               

Synchiropus phaeton

Synchiropus phaeton or the Phaeton dragonet is a species of bony fish of the family Callionymidae, the dragonets. It can be found in the Mediterranean and in the eastern Atlantic.

                                               

Fort DeRussy

Fort DeRussy may refer to one of four forts constructed in the United States between 1861 and 1900, named for Rene Edward De Russy or his younger brother Lewis Gustave DeRussy. Fort DeRussy Hawaii, an active outpost of the U.S. Army in Honolulu, ...

                                               

7th Regiment

7th Marine Regiment United States 7th Army Aviation Regiment Ukraine 7th Infantry Regiment United States 7th Cavalry Regiment United States 7th Infantry Regiment South Korea 7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery 7th Toronto Regiment, RCA - ...

                                               

John Parkinson

John Parkinson is the name of: John Parkinson footballer born 1944, Australian rules footballer John Edward Parkinson 1955–2004, British academic in UK company law John Parkinson politician 1870–1941, British Labour Party MP for Wigan, 1918–1941 ...

                                               

Toronto-gauge railways

Toronto-gauge railways refer to tram and rapid transit lines built to Toronto gauge, a broad gauge of 4 ft 10 7 ⁄ 8 in. This is 2 3 ⁄ 8 in wider than standard gauge of 4 ft 8 1 ⁄ 2 in which is used by the vast majority of rail lines in Canada. Th ...

                                               

Walking (disambiguation)

Walkout, a form of protest, particularly in a labor context Hiking, walking as a form of exercise or recreation, especially in a nature setting Fulling, a step in making woolen cloth

                                               

Prakritir Pratisodh

Prakritir Pratisodh is a Bengali drama by Rabindranath Tagore written in 1884. In his memoirs, Tagore described the plays themes as "an introduction to the whole of my future literary work; or, rather this has been the subject on which all my wri ...