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Glenbrook Tunnel (1892)

The Glenbrook Tunnel is a heritage-listed single-track former railway tunnel and mustard gas storage facility and now mushroom farm located on the former Main Western Line at the Great Western Highway, Glenbrook, in the City of Blue Mountains loc ...

                                               

Summer reading programs

Summer reading programs take place at 95% of public libraries in the United States. Children, teens, and adults participate in activities meant to encourage reading, such as keeping a reading log. Other names for summer reading programs include v ...

                                               

Mary de Sousa

One of fourteen children, Mary de Sousa grew up in Bombay, graduating from Grant Medical College in 1914 as a Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery. She worked as a medical officer in the Bhavnagar district and Chhota Udaipur district before returni ...

                                               

Peugeot Type 9

The Peugeot Type 9 was a particular model of early automobile manufactured by the French company Automobiles Peugeot between 1894 and 1897, during which time 87 examples were built. It was equipped with a 1.2 liter v-twin engine made in conjuncti ...

                                               

Muston Park

The local indigenous Australian people, the Cammeraygal occupied this area for at least 5.800 years. The park is named after William Thomas Muston, the original European owner of the land and Mayor of Willoughby in 1890. His house Penshurst’ stoo ...

                                               

Danish Carpenters Union

The Danish Carpenters Union was a trade union representing carpenters in Denmark. The union was founded in 1890 and initially consisted of six branches, with a total of about 1.000 members. It grew rapidly and by 1896, had 60 branches and 3.208 m ...

                                               

United Lutheran Church

United Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1896 to 1960 United Norwegian Lutheran Church of America, 1890 to 1917 United Lutheran Church in America, 1918 to 1962

                                               

Jaroslav Spindler

Jaroslav Spindler was a Bohemian-Austrian footballer who played as a forward and appeared for both the Bohemia and Austria national teams.

                                               

Volkswacht

Volkswacht is a name that have been used by a number of newspaper, generally with a leftist or social democratic orientation: Volkswacht Danzig Volkswacht for the Upper Palatinate and Lower Bavaria, Regensburg, 1920-1933 Volkswacht Freiburg, 1911 ...

                                               

Saginaw (disambiguation)

Saginaw, Oregon, an unincorporated community Saginaw, Minnesota, an unincorporated area Saginaw, Missouri, a village Saginaw, Alabama, an unincorporated community Saginaw, Texas, a Fort Worth suburb

                                               

Theodore Barcroft L. Moonemalle

Theodore Barcroft L. Moonemalle was a Ceylonese lawyer and legislator. He was the Kandyan Sinhalese member of the Legislative Council of Ceylon. Born in Kurunagala to John M. L. Moonemalle a proctor, he educated at Trinity College, Kandy and beca ...

                                               

Tamsui District Office light rail station

Tamsui District Office is a light rail station of the Green Mountain line of the Danhai Light Rail, which is operated by New Taipei Metro. It is located in Tamsui District, New Taipei, Taiwan.

                                               

Danish Tin and Plumbing Workers Union

The Danish Tin and Plumbing Workers Union is a trade union representing sheet metal workers and plumbers in Denmark. The union was founded in 1890, as the Danish Sheet Metal Workers Union. In 1969, the Plumbers Association merged in to the union, ...

                                               

Charles Brewer

Charles Brewer may refer to: Charles Brewer baseball born 1988, baseball player Charles R. Brewer 1890–1971, Church of Christ professor, preacher, poet, and leader Charles Brewer-Carias born 1938, Venezuelan explorer and naturalist Charles Brewer ...

                                               

Holehole bushi

Holehole bushi is a type of folk song sung by Japanese immigrants as they worked on Hawaiis sugar plantations during the late 19th and early 20th century. Hole is the Hawaiian word for sugar cane leaves, while Bushi 節 is a Japanese word for song ...

                                               

Revolutionary Socialist Party

Revolutionary Socialist Party may refer to: Revolutionary Socialist Party Portugal Revolutionary Socialist Party of India Marxist Revolutionary Socialist Workers Party Turkey Revolutionary Socialist Party of Kerala Bolshevik India Italian Revolut ...

                                               

Severina

Given name Severina, or Ulpia Severina fl. 270–275, Roman empress Severina singer born 1972, Croatian singer using stage name "Severina" Severina album, 1989 album by Severina Vuckovic Severina de Orosa 1890–1984, Filipino physician and Hispanist ...

                                               

New York Giants (disambiguation)

Major League Baseball San Francisco Giants, the current Major League Baseball team which originally played in New York City History of the New York Giants baseball, history of the team from 1883 to 1957 before moving to San Francisco Other baseba ...

                                               

Donatim, Mus

Human settlement has happened in the area for about 10.000 years. During the Middle Ages, The area was the center of the Taron kingdom region of Armenia. In the late 8th century the area came under control of the Armenian Bagratid Bagratuni dynas ...

                                               

Epenarra Station

In 2019 the property was acquired by David and Suzanne Bassingthwaighte from Queensland from Filipino banker and property developer Romeo Roxas, who sold Pine Hill Station at around the same time. The 2.658 km 2 1.026 sq mi property stocked with ...

                                               

The Ugly Duckling (disambiguation)

Stanley, the Ugly Duckling, an ABC 1982 TV project The Ugly Duckling 1959 film, a British comedy film "Ugly Duckling", a season 1 episode of the TV series MacGyver Patito Feo Spanish: "Ugly Duckling", an Argentinian childrens TV series The Ugly D ...

                                               

Formidable

HMS Formidable, five ships including HMS Formidable 67 aircraft carrier Formidable-class frigate Republic of Singapore Navy HMS Formidable 1898 Formidable-class battleship eight-ship class of pre-dreadnoughts designed by Sir William White and bui ...

                                               

Ranabir Samaddar

Ranabir Samaddar is an Indian Political Scientist. He holds the Distinguished Chair in Migration and Forced Migration Studies at the Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group. He was a PRIO Global Fellow from 2014–2017.

                                               

Fermina Orduña

The patent described a special carriage to sell milk cow, goat or donkey to the public. Its purpose was to minimize transport time of milk due to how quickly it could go bad. It additionally included feeding stations to keep the livestock fed and ...

                                               

Foxton

Foxton is the name of several places in the world: New Zealand Foxton New Zealand electorate, a former parliamentary electorate, 1881–1890 Foxton, New Zealand, in the North Island Foxton Beach, North Island United Kingdom Foxton, Cambridgeshire, ...

                                               

Margaret Fleming (disambiguation)

Margaret Fleming is a 1890 play by James A. Herne. Margaret Fleming may also refer to: Margaret Fleming, daughter of Malcolm Fleming, 3rd Lord Fleming, wife of John Stewart, 4th Earl of Atholl and mother of William Graham, 2nd Earl of Montrose Di ...

                                               

Cherry Creek

Cherry Creek may refer to: Australia Cherry Creek, Queensland, a locality in the Toowoomba Region Canada Cherry Creek British Columbia, a creek Cherry Creek, British Columbia, a designated place United States Cherry Creek Colorado, a tributary of ...

                                               

Deutschsozialistische Bergarbeiterverband

Deutschsozialistische Bergarbeiterverband was a National Socialist trade union for German miners in Czechoslovakia. It was founded in 1922. The union was based in Most. As of 1929, it claimed to have 3.371 members. The union was linked to the Ger ...

                                               

Norman Bigelow

Norman Bigelow was an American illusionist. He has been described by the Society of American Magicians as "one of America’s leading escape artists".

                                               

Water lily

Water Lily Wild Cards, a character from the Wild Cards book series Water Lily Acoustics, a record label Water Lilies film, a 2007 French film Water Lilies Monet series, a series of paintings by Claude Monet Water Lily My Little Pony, a character ...

                                               

Lewis Allen

Lewis Allen or Lewis Allan may refer to: Lewis Allen Lewis F. Allen 1800-1890, American politician land developer Lewis Allen rugby union 1870–1932, New Zealand rugby union player Lewis M. Allen 1922–2003, American film producer Frederick Lewis A ...

                                               

Bogus

Bogus may refer to: Mr. Bogus, a 1992 animation Bogus Ruby, and application for testing computer code Bogus game, alternative name of the dice game Dice 10000 Bogus Basin mountain resort in Idaho Bogus, a scandalous or sarcastic publication espec ...

                                               

Robert Gardner

Bob Gardner Queensland politician 1890–1966, member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly Robert A. Gardner politician, Ohio politician Robert Gardner Victorian politician 1916–2002, Australian politician Bob Gardner, legislator in Colorado Robe ...

                                               

Big Kahuna

Big Kahuna may refer to: Big Kahuna Reef, a puzzle game Big Kahuna Reef 2, sequel to the puzzle game Big Kahuna Party, a WiiWare game Big Kahuna Words, a boggle-style puzzle game Several games by Reflexive Entertainment Big Kahuna Burger, a ficti ...

                                               

Short Stories

Short Stories may refer to: Short Stories Tuxedomoon album, 1982 Short Stories The Statler Brothers album, 1977 Short Stories, British Soap Opera, 1988 Short Stories, a 1954 collection by O. E. Middleton Short Stories Jon & Vangelis album, 1980 S ...

                                               

Joseph McGrath

Joseph McGrath may refer to: Joseph McGrath Australian politician 1886–1937, Tasmanian politician Joseph Francis McGrath 1871–1950, Irish-born American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church Joe McGrath Australian footballer 1911–1968, Australian r ...

                                               

Easter Road railway station

Easter Road railway station was a railway station located on the street of Easter Road in Edinburgh, Scotland from 1891 to 1947 built by the North British Railway.

                                               

Redesdale railway station

Redesdale railway station was the terminus of the Redesdale line. There were sheep yards at the station and a number of mills where firewood was cut and sent to Melbourne. Cream was often sent by rail to the Newstead Butter Factory. It was mostly ...

                                               

Doris Blackwell

Winifred Doris Blackwell, better known as Doris Blackwell, was the eldest child and daughter of Thomas Bradshaw, the post master and officer-in-charge of the Alice Springs Telegraph Station from 1899–1908, and his wife Atalanta Bradshaw. In the 1 ...

                                               

Azalea (disambiguation)

Azalea or Isahaya Park, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan 1056 Azalea, an asteroid Azalea State Natural Reserve, California Azalea, Oregon, U.S., an unincorporated community

                                               

Commissioner of the London Fire Brigade

The Commissioner of the London Fire Brigade is the head of the London Fire Brigade. Andy Roe has held the role since January, 2020. The rank is usually referred to as the London Fire Brigade Commissioner, the LFB Commissioner or simply just "Comm ...

                                               

Aphasia (disambiguation)

Aphasia is a loss of the ability to produce and/or comprehend language. The term may also refer to: "Aphasia", a track on the album Cardinal by the American folk rock band Pinegrove On Aphasia, an 1891 book by Sigmund Freud Aphasia Japanese band, ...

                                               

James McManus (disambiguation)

James McManus is an American writer and poker player. James or Jim McManus may also refer to: Jim McManus tennis 1940–2011, American tennis player Jim McManus baseball born 1936, American baseball player James McManus Royal Australian Navy 1891–1 ...

                                               

Puth

Charlie Puth 1991–, American singer, songwriter and record producer Stephen Puth, American singer-songwriter David Puth, American financial services executive Klaus Puth 1957–, German caricaturist and illustrator Karl Puth 1891–1955, German cinem ...

                                               

Woo Hoo

"Woohoo" Christina Aguilera song, 2010 "Woohoo", a song by South Korean girl group, TWICE from their album, Page Two "WooHoo", a song by Newsboys from Step Up to the Microphone "Woo Hoo", the B-side from "Fans" by the Kings of Leon "Woo hoo", a 2 ...

                                               

Oscar Hernandez

Oscar Hernandez may refer to: Oscar Rolando Hernandez, Honduran footballer Oscar Ignacio Hernandez born 1993, Chilean footballer Oscar Hernandez politician, former mayor of Bell, California Oscar Hernandez Falcon 1891–1967, Cuban guitarist and co ...

                                               

El Jefe

El Jefe is a Spanish term meaning "the chief" or "the boss" and may refer to: "El Jefe", a less-common nickname for former Cuban President Fidel Castro deriving from his title as Comandante en Jefe or "Commander-in-Chief" of the Cuban Armed Force ...

                                               

National Federation of Textile Industry Workers

The National Federation of Textile Industry Workers was a trade union representing workers in the textile industry in France. The union was founded in November 1891 by unions based in Lyon, Lille, Roubaix and Fourmies. Initially based in Lyon, in ...

                                               

Jose Laurel

Jose Laurel may refer to: Jose M. Laurel IV, Representative of the 3rd District of Batangas, son of Jose B. Laurel Jr. Jose P. Laurel 1891–1959, President of the Philippines 1943–1945, associate justice of the Supreme Court 1936–1942 Jose B. Laur ...

                                               

Windsor Castle (disambiguation)

Windsor Palace Thailand, a former palace in Bangkok, Thailand Windsor Castle, Kensington, a public house in London Windsor Castle, Maida Vale, a public house in London