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Salt and pepper (disambiguation)

Salt and pepper are a commonly paired set of condiments for European style cuisine. Salt and pepper may also refer to: In entertainment: Salt N Pepper, 2011 Malayalam film Salt and Pepper film, 1968 film Salt and Pepper album, 1963 album by Paul ...

                                               

2020 cholera outbreak in Bengaluru

An outbreak of cholera was reported in Bengaluru, Karnataka in March 2020. As of 9 March 2020, there were 17 cases of cholera in Bengaluru. Reports of cholera-like cases were also being reported in large numbers in Bengaluru.

                                               

The Tempest (1998 film)

The Tempest is a 1998 American drama television film directed by Jack Bender. It is a modernized adaptation of the William Shakespeare play The Tempest set in Mississippi during the Civil War starring Peter Fonda as Gideon Prosper, a character ba ...

                                               

Vampires in games

As a well-known and iconic creature type, vampires are central to a variety of games, including board games, role-playing games, and video games. These include a number of games where vampires are either incidental villains, or the primary villai ...

                                               

Prato (disambiguation)

Prato Leventina, a municipality in the canton of Ticino Prato, a village in Prato-Sornico Prato-Sornico, a former municipality in the canton of Ticino

                                               

Kitab

Kitab, also transcribed kitaab, is the Arabic word for "a book". It is part of the usual English titles for many Arabic-language books, including: Al-Kitab "The Book" or Kitabullah "Book of God", Arabic epithets for the Quran or, in some parts of ...

                                               

Mary Berg (chef)

Berg was born in Pickering, Ontario. When she was four years old, Berg was in a car accident in which her father passed away. Berg helped out preparing meals for her family from about age 7 and by age 13 was cooking dinner for her family on her o ...

                                               

Kate Macdonald Butler

Kate Macdonald Butler is a Canadian television producer, and President of the Heirs of L.M. Montgomery. She is a granddaughter of celebrated author Lucy Maud Montgomery, and one the heirs to her intellectual property rights, and has been a princi ...

                                               

Apicius (disambiguation)

Apicius is the title of the oldest surviving Roman cookbook, usually said to have been compiled in the 4th or 5th century AD. Apicius may also refer to: Restaurant Apicius - Dutch Michelin-starred restaurant Marcus Gavius Apicius - the second and ...

                                               

William Lauw-Zecha

Aristide William Lauw-Zecha, usually known as William Lauw-Zecha, was a Chinese-Indonesian plantation owner, businessman; and – as an alumnus of the class of 1923 of Iowa University – he was the first Indonesian to graduate from an American unive ...

                                               

Louisa Zecha

Francisca Louisa Zecha, usually known as Louisa Zecha, was a prominent, colonial Indonesian community leader and the Indo -Bohemian matriarch of the Lauw-Sim-Zecha family, part of the Cabang Atas gentry of the Dutch East Indies. She attracted sig ...

                                               

Ayam kodok

Ayam kodok is stuffed and roasted chicken, commonly served as a holiday staple during Christmas and other special occasions. The dish dates back to the colonial era, likely related to gevulde kip, the Dutch stuffed chicken dish.

                                               

Tim Anderson (chef)

Anderson was born in Madison, Wisconsin and raised in Racine, Wisconsin. He moved to Los Angeles in 2002, where he studied Japanese food history at Occidental College. After graduating in 2006, he moved to Kitakyushu, Japan, to further his intere ...

                                               

Mary Bailey

Mary Johnson Bailey Lincoln 1844–1921, American teacher and cookbook author Mary Bailey aviator 1890–1960, British aviator Mary Barbara Bailey 1910–2003, British Roman Catholic

                                               

Sue Kreitzman

Kreitzman was born in Washington Heights, New York. She is married to Steve, a research director at the Howard Foundation. They have one son, Shawn. She lives in East London and New York.

                                               

Christian Waller

Christian Marjory Emily Carlyle Waller was an Australian painter, writer, printmaker, illustrator, book designer, woodcutter, and stained-glass artist. Waller signed and exhibited her work under her maiden name Yandell until 1930, but thereafter ...

                                               

Jakob + MacFarlane

Dominique Jakob was born on 26 August 1966 in Paris, France. She studied at Ecole d’architecture de Paris-Villemin now known as Ecole nationale superieure darchitecture de Paris-Val de Seine and graduated in 1991. Brendan MacFarlane was born on 1 ...

                                               

Kazimierz Kozica

Kazimierz Kozica was a Polish historian of cartography, map expert, teacher, curator. President of the Friends of the Royal Castle in Warsaw Association

                                               

Agence Ecofin

The Agence Ecofin was founded in 2010 in Geneva to meet a growing need for sectoral and specialized information on African economies. The agencys website was launched in June 2011.

                                               

Spinifex

Spinifex may refer to: Spinifex resin, obtained from species of Triodia Triodia plant, a hummock grass of arid Australia, covering twenty percent of the Australian continent although not in the genus Spinifex, it is commonly referred to as "spini ...

                                               

Nineveh, Virginia

Nineveh is an unincorporated community in Warren County, Virginia, on the main road between Winchester, Virginia, and Front Royal, Virginia. Prior to the creation of Warren County in 1836, Nineveh was in Frederick County, Virginia. A post office ...

                                               

Open Water

Open water may refer to: Open water swimming, an activity in which people swim in large, outdoor bodies of water such as oceans, bays, lakes and rivers Open-water diving, a place without boundaries where you can dive sea or lake Open Water Diver, ...

                                               

Blackwater

Blackwater waste, wastewater containing feces, urine, and flushwater from flush toilets Blackwater river, a classification of river with dark-colored waters Blackwater coal, liquid waste from coal preparation Blackwater fever, an acute kidney disease

                                               

Aquatic

Aquatic means relating to water; living in or near water or taking place in water; does not include groundwater, as "aquatic" implies an environment where plants and animals live. Aquatics may also refer to: Aquatic album, 1994 album by the Austr ...

                                               

The old water tower of Bydgoszcz

The Old Water Tower is a historic water tower belonging to the municipal water supply network of Bydgoszcz. Its importance in the local history has been acknowledged in 1986 by a registering on the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship Heritage List.

                                               

Tabalah, Saudi Arabia

Tabalah is a village and wadi in the Asir Province of Saudi Arabia. It is situated about 240 kilometers south of Taif, 200 kilometers east of the Red Sea coastline and 100 kilometers west of Bisha. In the 2010 census, Tabalah had a population of ...

                                               

James Island

James Island may refer to: James Island Gambia, a World Heritage island in the Gambia James Island, a name for Baffin Island used by 18th-century French cartographers James Island Galapagos, another name for Santiago Island Galapagos James Island ...

                                               

Clavus

Clavus may refer to: The plant disease ergot In Hemiptera, a usually narrow strip of the hemelytron adjacent to the scutellum Claudius Clavus born 1388, 15th-century Danish cartographer Clavus gastropod, a genus of snails in the family Drilliidae ...

                                               

Agathodaemon (disambiguation)

An agathodaemon or agathodaimon was a spirit of vineyards and grainfields in the religion of the ancient Greeks. Agathodaemon or Agathodaimon may also refer to Agathodaemon, a Martian canals named for the cartographer The Canopic Branch of the Ni ...

                                               

John Cowley

John Cowley may refer to: John Cowley entomologist 1909–1967, English entomologist John Cowley racing driver, racing driver who competed at the Bathurst 12 Hour John Duncan Cowley 1897–1944, librarian and author John Lodge Cowley 1719–1787, Engli ...

                                               

Girolamo Ruscelli

Girolamo Ruscelli was an Italian mathematician and cartographer active in Venice during the early 16th century. He was also an alchemist, writing pseudonymously as Alessio Piemontese.

                                               

Sebastian Schedel

Sebastian Schedel was a German painter and illustrator best known for his contributions to the Hortus Eystettensis. A few of the original drawings for the Hortus Eystettensis are preserved at Kew in a codex called Schedel’s Calendarium.

                                               

John Warburton

John Warburton may refer to: John Warburton producer born 1964, British television producer and director John Warburton, founding member of the Unbroadcastable Radio Show John Warburton officer of arms 1682–1759, antiquarian, cartographer, and co ...

                                               

Battle of Tabfarilla

The battle of Tabfarilla was a military conflict between the Lamtuna and the Godala. Both of them Berber Sanhaja desert tribes and one time allies, the Lamtuna formed the core of the Almoravids after the Godala broke away. The almoravid emir Yahy ...

                                               

Burmazi

The name Burmazi is a compound of the Albanian words burr man + madh big or great. The form Burmazi instead of Burmadhi signifies a retained characteristic from an older phase in the Albanian language before /z/ settled into the voiced dental fri ...

                                               

Reclus (Andes Mountains)

Reclus is a mountain subgroup or massif, in Argentina. It has a height of 6.300 metres. Its located at La Rioja Province, Vinchina department, at the Puna de Atacama. Reclus is completely within Argentine territory. This peak was named after the ...

                                               

Simony (disambiguation)

Simony is the act of selling church offices and roles. Simony may also refer to: Simonyspitzen, two mountain summits in the Venediger Group of the Austrian Central Alps Simony Hut, an Alpine club hut at the foot of the Hoher Dachstein in Austria ...

                                               

Merz

Merz may refer to: Merzbau, name of an artwork by Kurt Schwitters Merz surname Merz Apothecary, a historic German health care store in Chicago Merz musician, a British electro-folk singer Alfred Merz, Austrian geographer and oceanographer Merz ar ...

                                               

Grabher

Pius Grabher born 11 August 1993 is an Austrian footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for SC Austria Lustenau. Gerd Grabher born 2 November 1953 in Lustenau is a retired Austrian football referee. Julia Grabher born 2 July 1996 in Dornbi ...

                                               

Pyotr Petrovich

Pyotr Petrovich can refer to: Peter Lacy 1678–1751, Russian imperial commander Pyotr Sokolov footballer 1890–1971, Russian soccer player Pyotr Konchalovsky 1876–1956, Russian painter, member of Jack of Diamonds group Pyotr Glebov 1915–2000, Russi ...

                                               

AAG

Aag 1967 film, a 1967 Hindi film Aag 1948 film, a 1948 Bollywood film AAG TV, a Pakistani TV channel Aag 2007 film, a 2007 Bollywood film Aag 1994 film, a 1995 Bollywood film

                                               

James E. Vance, Jr.

James E. Vance, Jr. was an American geographer known for his contributions in historical, urban, and transportation geography. His approach developed the emphasis on studies related to transportation and settlement relationships as well as evolut ...

                                               

David Newman

David "Fathead" Newman 1933–2009, American jazz saxophonist David Newman singer born 1963, aka Durga Das, American singer/songwriter David Newman screenwriter 1937–2003, American screenwriter David Newman composer born 1954, American composer

                                               

Alexander Johnston

Alexander Johnston may refer to: Alexander Johnston 1775–1849, British colonial official and orientalist in Ceylon Alexander Johnston historian 1849–1889, American historian Alexander Keith Johnston 1804–1871, Scottish geographer Alex Johnston ru ...

                                               

George Davidson

George Davidson may refer to: George Davidson footballer 1872–1945, Australian rules footballer who played with South Melbourne George Davidson attorney born 1942, American attorney George Davidson politician 1850–1935, Northwest Territories MLA ...

                                               

CAG

CAG may refer to: Closed angle glaucoma CAG promoter, used in molecular biology Chinese Academy of Governance, a training center for middle and senior government officials of the Chinese government Computer-assisted gaming, used for example for P ...

                                               

Pacifica

Pacifica Pier, a fishing pier Pacifica, California, a city in the United States Pacifica, a conceivable union of Guam, the Northern Marianas, and a number of the former Trust Territories of the United States in the central Pacific Ocean

                                               

Mela (disambiguation)

Mela 1980 film, a Malayalam-language film Mela Ugandan TV series, 2018 Mela 1986 film, a Pakistani action film Mela 2000 film, an Indian action masala film Mela 1971 film, an Indian family drama Mela 1948 film, an Indian romantic tragedy

                                               

Fisker (surname)

Persons with the surname Fisker include: Lorentz Fisker mayor 1684-1757, amtsforvalter county officer for Nysted and byfoged county officer for Kobenhavn Lorentz Fisker 1753–1819, Danish military officer and oceanographer/geographer Knud Erik Fis ...

                                               

Jens Hansen

Jens Hansen may refer to: Jens Christian Hansen 1932–2014, Norwegian geographer Jens Smedegaard Hansen born 1957, Danish Olympic sprinter Jens Hoyer Hansen 1940–1999, Danish-born New Zealand jeweller Jens Jorgen Hansen born 1939, Danish former fo ...