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John Mahoney (disambiguation)

John Mahoney was an English-American actor. John Mahoney may also refer to: John Mahony ethicist born 1931, Scottish Jesuit and moral theologian John C. Mahoney mayor 1881-1946, American mayor John J. Mahoney, member of the Massachusetts House of ...

                                               

Arthur Davies

Arthur Davies may refer to: Arthur Davies footballer 1886–?, Welsh international footballer Arthur Davies tenor 1941-2018, Welsh tenor Arthur Davies politician 1867–1918, Australian politician Arthur Llewelyn Davies 1863–1907, father of the boys ...

                                               

Epinal–Bussang railway

The Epinal–Bussang railway serves three main stations. Gare de Remiremont Gare dEpinal Gare dArches

                                               

Alfred Cooper (disambiguation)

Alfred Cooper was an English surgeon and clubman. Alfred or Alf Cooper may also refer to: Alfred Cooper priest died 1920, archdeacon of Calgary Alfred Cooper cricketer 1893–1963, South African Test cricketer Alf Cooper born 1932, Irish cricketer ...

                                               

139th

139th may refer to: 139th Ohio Infantry, an infantry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War 139th Airlift Wing, unit of the Missouri Air National Guard, stationed at Rosecrans Air National Guard Base, St. Joseph, Missouri 139th ...

                                               

Battle of Morristown

The Battle of Morristown was a battle of the American Civil War fought in present-day Hamblen County, Tennessee on October 28, 1864. Union forces under General Alvan C. Gillem attacked Confederate forces under General John C. Vaughn who were defe ...

                                               

Fortin Olmos

Fortin Olmos is a commune from Vera Department, Santa Fe Province, Argentina. It is located 326 km north from the provinces capital, Santa Fe, Argentina.

                                               

Club del Progreso

Club del Progreso is an aristocratic Argentine club of Buenos Aires, founded in 1852, after the fall of Juan Manuel de Rosas. It was originally a gentlemens club, historically located in the neighborhood of Monserrat.

                                               

John Garty

John Garty was a New Zealand cricketer who played one match of first-class cricket for Canterbury in 1886–87. Garty "came with a meteoric flash as a bowler" with one outstanding performance, then lost form. He was among the 24 players from whom C ...

                                               

Jean tSerclaes

TSerclaes was born in Brussels and graduated from the University of Orleans as doctor of both laws around 1349. He was appointed a canon in Utrecht in 1350, and official of the diocese of Cambrai in 1352. He held a plurality of benefices in a num ...

                                               

Franz Xaver Kosler

Franz Xaver Kosler was an Austrian painter; primarily known for his Orientalist portraits and genre scenes. Much of his work was done in Egypt and the Balkans.

                                               

Union Party

Union Party may be: Union Party United States, a historical political party from the American Great Depression. Papua and Niugini Union Pati, a political party of Papua New Guinea Union of Puerto Rico, a historical political party of Puerto Rico ...

                                               

Kuk

Kuk Swamp, an archaeological site in New Guinea Kuk, Bosnia and Herzegovina Kuk, Tolmin, a settlement in Slovenia Kuk River, in Alaska, United States Kûk or Kuuk, a former settlement in Greenland

                                               

Honore Fisquet

Honore Jean Pierre Fisquet was a French historian, biographer and writer of guide books, including a Nouveau guide general du voyageur en Angleterre, en Ecosse et en Irlande, which he wrote together with Henri-Marie Martin and published under the ...

                                               

Barre

Barre, Tarn, France Barre Glacier, Antarctica Mount Barre, Antarctica

                                               

SS Heimara

SS Heimara was a passenger steamer operating the Piraeus – Thessaloniki route. The ship hit a reef and sank on 19 January 1947 in the Aegean Sea, killing around 400 people. It is Greeces deadliest maritime disaster.

                                               

Genji

Genji may refer to: Genji woreda, a district of the Oromia Region, Ethiopia Genji era, an era in Japanese history 1864–65 Hikaru Genji, the main character of the 11th-century Japanese text The Tale of Genji Genji, an alternative name for the Mina ...

                                               

General Sherman (disambiguation)

General William Tecumseh Sherman was a leading US Civil War general. General Sherman may also refer to: American watercraft Eponyms of William Tecumseh Sherman USS General Sherman 1864, a U.S. Navy gunboat General Sherman, American merchant-marin ...

                                               

Joseph de Bergaigne

Joseph de Bergaigne was a prelate and diplomat from the Habsburg Netherlands who was appointed bishop of s-Hertogenbosch and archbishop of Cambrai. He was the last bishop of s-Hertogenbosch until the restoration of the Catholic hierarchy in the N ...

                                               

Enchanted Island

The Enchanted Island, an opera setting of Drydens play commissioned from various composers by Thomas Shadwell The Enchanted Island opera, a Baroque pasticcio performed by the Metropolitan Opera in 2011/2012 The Tempest, or The Enchanted Island, a ...

                                               

Robert de Croy

Robert was the third son of Henry de Croy and Charlotte de Chateaubriant. His uncle, William de Croy, Lord of Chievres, was one of the most trusted councillors of the future Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. When Roberts older brother, William, resig ...

                                               

Paysandu (disambiguation)

Paysandu Airport, the airport serving Paysandu, Uruguay Paysandu, a Uruguayan city on the River Uruguay Paysandu-Colon Bridge, a former denomination of the General Artigas Bridge Nuevo Paysandu, a suburb of Paysandu, Uruguay Paysandu Department, ...

                                               

Owen Evans

Owen Evans may refer to: Owen Evans Australian footballer 1916–1972, Australian rules footballer Owen Evans politician 1876–1945, Liberal Party politician from Wales Tom Owen-Evans born 1997, English footballer Owen Evans rugby player born 1989, ...

                                               

Tom Cahill

Tom or Thomas Cahill may refer to: Tom Cahill Australian politician 1924–1983, member of New South Wales Legislative Assembly Tom Cahill footballer, born 1986, English footballer Tom Cahill American football 1919–1992, American football coach at ...

                                               

The Cathedral School

The Cathedral School may refer to: The Cathedral School, Townsville, Queensland, Australia The Cathedral School, Llandaff, Wales In the United States: Cathedral School Maine, in Portland 1864 - 2011 Episcopal Collegiate School, formerly The Cathe ...

                                               

Helen Wilson

Helen Wilson may refer to: Helen Wilson Australian judge Helen Wilson murder victim, a victim of the spree killer Howard Unruh Helen Ann Wilson 1793–1871, New Zealand nurse and community leader Helen Wilson writer 1869–1957, New Zealand teacher, ...

                                               

David OKeefe

David OKeefe or OKeeffe may also refer to: David OKeefe ship captain died 1901, Irish-American ship captain and politician David OKeefe racing driver in 1970 Hardie-Ferodo 500 David OKeefe historian born 1967, professor of history, television pre ...

                                               

Enoch Arden (disambiguation)

Enoch Arden is a narrative poem published in 1864 by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Enoch Arden may also refer to: Enoch Arden Strauss, Op. 38, TrV. 181, a melodrama for narrator and piano, written in 1897 by Richard Strauss Enoch Arden 1914 film, a Brit ...

                                               

Rose Hotel, Bunbury

The Rose Hotel is a historic hotel in Bunbury, Western Australia. Both the hotel itself and the adjacent bottle shop are heritage listed buildings. It is located at the corner of Wellington Street and Victoria Street, in Bunburys central business ...

                                               

Elizabeth Dillon

Elizabeth Dillon was born Elizabeth Mathew in England on 2 March 1865. Her parents were Sir James Charles Mathew and Elizabeth Blackmore Mathew, Dillon was the eldest of their five children. Her family were related to the Butler family, but Dillo ...

                                               

William Gillies (disambiguation)

William Gillies was a Scottish politician and co-founder of the National Party of Scotland. William Gillies may also refer to: William George Gillies 1898–1973, Scottish landscape and still life painter William King Gillies 1875–1952, Scottish ed ...

                                               

Krom

Krom may refer to: Name of one of the Administrative divisions of Cambodia Khmer Krom, the ethnic Khmer people of that region Kampuchea Krom, a region of the Mekong Delta now part of Vietnam Pskov Krom, an ancient citadel in Pskov, Russia Krom Ri ...

                                               

Aurora Borealis (disambiguation)

"Aurora Borealis", a 1984 song by the Meat Puppets, from Meat Puppets II Aurora Borealis band, a black metal band from Waldorf, Maryland, U.S. Aurora electronica band, a British electronic dance music group Aurora Borealis album, a 2004 album by ...

                                               

Joseph Stewart

Joseph or Joe Stewart may refer to: Joseph Stewart Medal of Honor fl. 1865, American Civil War soldier and Medal of Honor recipient Joe Stewart baseball 1879–1913, American baseball pitcher Joseph Stewart U.S. Army officer 1822–1904, American arm ...

                                               

Espora

Espora may refer to: Comandante Espora Airport, named after the Argentine naval officer, located in Bahia Blanca, Argentina Colonel Navy Tomas Espora, an Argentine Navy officer during the Cisplatine War Comandante Espora Naval Air Base, an Argent ...

                                               

Princess Marie of Baden

Princess Marie of Baden may refer to: Princess Marie of Baden 1834–1899, daughter of Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden; wife of Ernst Leopold, 4th Prince of Leiningen Princess Marie Alexandra of Baden 1902–1944, daughter of Prince Maximilian of Baden ...

                                               

Nicholas Romanov

Nicholas Romanov may refer to: Grand Duke Nicholas Mikhailovich of Russia 1859–1919, eldest son of Grand Duke Mikhail Nicolaievich and Olga Fedorovna of Baden, unmarried Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia 1831-1891, third son of Emperor Ni ...

                                               

Bonsal

Bonsal, Ehekirchen, part of the municipality of Ehekirchen in Upper Bavaria, Germany Bonsal Nature Reserve, nature reserve in the township of Montclair, New Jersey, United States Bonsal, North Carolina, a community in North Carolina, United States

                                               

Marguerite Verboeckhoven

Verboeckhoven was born in Schaerbeek in 1865. She was the daughter of the publisher Louis-Hippolyte Verboeckhoven and Rosalie-Françoise Pierard, and the granddaughter of the animal painter Eugene Verboeckhoven and great-granddaughter of the sculp ...

                                               

Five Nations

The Five Civilized Tribes The original five nations of the Iroquois Confederacy, a union of Native Americans The Five Nations Golf Club, a golf course in Belgium

                                               

Jeff King

Jeff King may refer to: Jeff King bodybuilder, American bodybuilder and former title holder of the Universe Championships Jeff King footballer born 1995, English footballer Jeff King football, English football manager and club-owner Jeff F. King, ...

                                               

Frank Carter

Frank Carter may refer to: Frank Carter murderer 1881–1927, Irish-born sniper murderer in Omaha, Nebraska Sir Frank Willington Carter 1865–1945, British philanthropist and co-founder of the British Empire Leprosy Relief Association Frank Carter a ...

                                               

Matale Municipal Council

The Matale Municipal Council is the local council for Matale. It is a large regional city located in the heart of islands central hills, it is the capital and largest city in Matale district. The council was formed in 1963 under the Municipalitie ...

                                               

Mesopotamia, Antioquia

Mesopotamia is a district of the municipality of La Union in the department of Antioquia in Colombia. Mesopotamia was formed on the site where an inn was established for the muleteers, on the old road that led from Sonson to La Ceja. It was found ...

                                               

Borgen

Borgen, Oslo, a neighborhood of Oslo, Norway Borgen, Akershus, Norway Borgen station Borgen the castle, colloquial name of Christiansborg Palace, Denmark Borgen Bay, Antarctica Borgen, Ullensaker, Norway Borgen, Ostfold, a suburb of Sarpsborg, Norway

                                               

Agamemnon (disambiguation)

Agamemnon of Cyme in Aeolia Agamemnon Zeus, an epithet of the Greek god Zeus A character based on the Greek hero in Shakespeares Troilus and Cressida Agamemnon, one of the most distinguished of the heroes of Greek mythology

                                               

Erebus (disambiguation)

Erebus is the Greek god of darkness as well as a region of the Greek underworld. Erebus may also refer to: Erebus: The Aftermath, a New Zealand television miniseries about the accident Mount Erebus disaster, a DC-10 crash on the mountain in 1979 ...

                                               

Mark Hunter

Mark Hunter may refer to: Mark Hunter ice hockey born 1962, retired NHL ice hockey player Mark Hunter musician born 1977, singer for the now defunct American heavy metal band Chimaira Mark Hunter footballer born 1965, former Australian rules foot ...

                                               

Jim Brogan

Jim or James Brogan may refer to: Jim Brogan basketball born 1958, American basketball player, played for the San Diego Clippers in the early 1980s Jimmy Brogan born 1948, American comedian, writer, actor James Brogan footballer, born 1890 1890–? ...

                                               

Doherty v Reynolds and St. Jamess Hospital Board

Doherty v Reynolds and St. Jamess Hospital Board IESC 42 was a case of medical negligence in which the Supreme Court of Ireland confirmed that, under the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur, where an injury would not be expected to occur without neglig ...