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Florentino Das

Florentino R. Das was a Filipino yachtsman and immigrant to the United States who holds the earliest record of Single-handed sailing from Hawaii to the Philippines on a 27-footer homebuilt sailboat.

                                               

Robert Lewers

Robert Lewers was a businessman during the Kingdom of Hawaii, Republic of Hawaii, and Territory of Hawaii. Born in New York City, he accompanied his cousin Christopher H. Lewers to Honolulu. The two of them worked to build a lumber firm, and bene ...

                                               

Gustaf Ljunggren (chemist)

Ljunggren was born on 27 October 1894 in Trelleborg, Sweden, the son of M.D. Carl-August Ljunggren and his wife Elise Key. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1914 and was an assistant at the chemical department at Lund University from 1918 ...

                                               

SAO

SAO may stand for: Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory Star Catalog, which assigns SAO catalogue entries Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory of the Smithsonian Institution in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S. Session-At-Once, a recording mode fo ...

                                               

Mary Van Blarcom

Van Blarcom was born in 1913 in Newark, New Jersey. She studied at Wellesley College. She was a member of the National Association of Women Artists. She was also a member of the National Serigraph Society which is about silk screening, serving on ...

                                               

Tomas Seidan

He was one of nine children born to Antonin Seidan, an engraver in Pragues Old Town. He began studying sculpture with the brothers, Josef and Emanuel Max. From 1843 to 1845, he was a student at the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague, where his primary ...

                                               

Hilary Heron

Hilary Heron was an Irish sculptor who exhibited with the Irish Exhibition of Living Art and represented Ireland at the 1956 Venice Biennale.

                                               

Agathe Sorel

Agathe Sorel is a London-based artist of Hungarian descent, specializing in painting, sculpture, printmaking and livres d’artiste. She is a Member of the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, as well as a foundin ...

                                               

Henry Thomson

Henry Thomson may refer to: Henry Thomson Irish politician 1840–1916, member of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom Henry Thomson painter 1773–1843, English artist and Royal Academician Henry Thomson footballer 1906–1943, Australian rules ...

                                               

Michiel van der Voort the Elder

Michiel van der Voort the Elder, Michiel van der Voort or Michiel Vervoort the Elder, nickname Welgemaeckt was a Flemish sculptor and draftsman, who is best known for the Baroque church furniture which he made for the principal churches in Flande ...

                                               

Antonio Berti (sculptor)

Antonio Berti was an Italian sculptor and medalist. He taught at the Accademia di San Luca and the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence. He was born into family of farmers and shepherds in San Piero a Sieve, Italy. He showed an interest in art at ...

                                               

Fredrik Wachtmeister

Axel Fredrik Claesson Wachtmeister af Johannishus is Swedish politician and diplomat who from 2 August 1905 until 7 November 1905 served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden.

                                               

Per Daniel Holm

His father, Alexander Holm, was a pastor at Jarnboås church. He attended the KTH Royal Institute of Technology until 1855, then became a mechanical draftsman for the Koping-Hults Railway, This was followed by a similar position at the zoological ...

                                               

Jonas Forsslund

While working as a sales assistant in Uppsala, he spent his spare time creating pastel paintings. Some of these were brought to the attention of Duke later King Charles XIII during a visit to Uppsala University, and Forsslund came under his patro ...

                                               

Carl Gustaf Qvarnstrom

His father, Erik Gustaf Qvarnstrom, was a chamber servant kammartjanare for Princess Sofia Albertina. At the age of eleven, he entered the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts preparatory school and won his first award when he was twelve. Some chal ...

                                               

Olof Johan Sodermark

Olof Johan Sodermark was a Swedish military officer, painter, graphic artist and sculptor. His son, Per Sodermark, was also a well-known painter and lithographer.

                                               

Per Sodermark

His father, Olof Johan Sodermark, was a military topographer and aspiring artist. He initially followed in his fathers footsteps and became an Underlojtnant in 1843. His active service was relatively short, however, as he resigned in 1848. His ed ...

                                               

Adriaan de Buck

Adriaan de Buck was an eminent Dutch Egyptologist. From 1939 he was Professor of Egyptology at Leiden University.

                                               

Ingel Fallstedt

Ingel Fallstedt was a Swedish sculptor. He committed suicide before the unveiling of his statue honoring John Ericsson; his first major project.

                                               

Mens Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage

The Mens Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage was an American organization active in the 1910s that was opposed to legal voting by women and open exclusively to men. It was made up of loosely affiliated state and local chapters which typically e ...

                                               

Farhana Yamin

Farhana Yamin is a British lawyer, public speaker and climate activist. She got a place to read PPE at Somerville College, Oxford in 1983 as a result of a special scheme set up by ILEA get state school children into Oxbridge. She qualified as a s ...

                                               

2020 Kuomintang chairmanship election

The 2020 Kuomintang chairmanship election was held on 7 March 2020. This was the eighth direct election of the party leader in Kuomintang history. All registered, due-paying KMT party members were eligible to vote.

                                               

Anubis (disambiguation)

Das Haus Anubis, German remake of House of Anubis House of Anubis, the English international remake of the Dutch Nickelodeon show Het Huis Anubis Anubis comics, a take on the Egyptian deity seen in Marvel Comics Anubis Cruger, commander in the Sp ...

                                               

Robert Wade

Robert Wade, Bob Wade or Bobby Wade may refer to: Robert Wade surgeon 1798–1872, British surgeon Bob Wade basketball born 1944, American college basketball coach and football player Robert Wade watercolour artist born 1930, Australian watercolour ...

                                               

Carl Anderson

Carl Anderson may refer to: Carl Anderson Toronto official Carl Anderson North Dakota politician 1897–1945, North Dakota State Treasurer Carl Thomas Anderson 1865–1948, cartoonist Carl Anderson art director 1903–1989, American art director Carl A ...

                                               

James Mullen

James, Jim or Jimmy Mullen may refer to: Jimmy Mullen footballer, born 1923 1923–1987, English international football player for Wolverhampton Wanderers Jimmy Mullen golfer born 1993, English golfer James Mullen CEO born c. 1958, president and CE ...

                                               

John Dowling

John Dowling may refer to: John Dowling Gaelic footballer 1930–1998, Irish Gaelic footballer John Dowling Australian rules footballer born 1909, Australian rules footballer for North Melbourne and Footscray John Dowling rugby league born 1953, Au ...

                                               

Grace Tebbutt

Grace Tebbutt, DBE was a British local politician and a key figure in Sheffield politics in the mid-20th century. She was affiliated to the Labour Party, serving as the first female leader of Sheffield City Council, Sheffields first female Alderm ...

                                               

Aleksandr Pavlov (politician)

Aleksandr Sergeyevich Pavlov is a Kazakh politician, economist, financier and banker. He served as First Deputy Prime Minister from 1999 to 2000 and 2002 to 2004, Minister of Finance from 1994 to 1998 and in 2002 while serving as Deputy Prime Min ...

                                               

Kathrine Johnsen

Kathrine Johnsen was a Norwegian Sami teacher and employed at public broadcasting service NRK Sapmi. She is a pivotal figure in the promotion and support of Sami languages and culture in the post-World War II period and has been referred to as "t ...

                                               

Infinity (disambiguation)

Infinity is a mathematical concept that is involved in almost all branches of mathematics, and used in many scientific and non-scientific areas. Infinity may also refer to: Infinity philosophy, a related philosophical and metaphysical concept

                                               

Marie-Christine Kessler

Marie-Christine Kessler is a French political scientist. She is currently the emerita research director at the French National Centre for Scientific Research, and spent much of her career at the University of Paris II Pantheon-Assas. She studies ...

                                               

Direct action (disambiguation)

Direct Action trade union, an independent Ukrainian students union Action directe armed group English: Direct Action, a French far-left terrorist group Direct Action, also known as the Squamish Five, a Canadian anarchist organization

                                               

Mutual aid

Mutual aid may refer to: Mutual aid organization theory, a tenet of organization theories entailing a voluntary reciprocal exchange of resources and services for mutual benefit Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution, a book detailing the role of mutua ...

                                               

Resistencia Libertaria

Resistencia Libertaria was an Argentinian anarchist urban guerrilla group that emerged in 1974 via a network of workers and university militants from La Plata y Cordoba. The group worked during the last military dictatorship in Argentina and was ...

                                               

Synthesis

Sound synthesis, various methods of sound generation in audio electronics Wave field synthesis, a spatial audio rendering technique, characterized by creation of virtual acoustic environments Frequency modulation synthesis, a form of audio synthe ...

                                               

Fag

Fag may refer to: Cigarette, known as a fag in colloquial British English Fuerzas Armadas Guanches, a terrorist group in the Canary Islands Fagging, in British public schools FAGS candy, now FADS, an Australian candy Guatemalan Air Force Spanish: ...

                                               

Veronica Mente

Ntombovuyo Veronica Mente is a South African politician who serves as the Chairperson of the Economic Freedom Fighters. She is also a Member of the National Assembly of South Africa, after having taken office on 21 May 2014.

                                               

S. K. E. Udeh-Okoye

Sunday Kelly Enemchukwu Udeh-Okoye, is a Nigerian agriculturist, businessman, and politician, and is currently the National Youth Leader of the PDP National Working Committee since December 2017. Udeh-Okoye was a legislator in the Enugu State Hou ...

                                               

Clark Boyd (politician)

Boyd was born June 14, 1978 in his hometown of Lebanon, Tennessee. He has been married to his wife Jada for 17 years and has two kids, Wilson and Blair Ellen, and they are all members of Immanuel Baptist Church in Lebanon. He went to East Tenness ...

                                               

Martinus Abednego

Martinus Abednego was a politician from the Indonesian Christian Party who served as the first Director-General for Guidance of the Christian Community, which was a directorate-general under the Ministry of Religious Affairs. He was also a member ...

                                               

Eugenio in Via Di Gioia

The band is named after its members – "Eugenio" after Eugenio Cesaro; "Via" after Emanuele Via; "Di Gioia" after Paolo Di Gioia – and can be roughly translated both as "Eugene in Joy Street" and "Eugene joy". They debuted in 2013 with the extende ...

                                               

Red Ice

From 2002 to 2012, the main focus of Red Ices content was conspiracy theories such as aliens, 9/11, the Illuminati, and Freemasonry. In 2012, the outlet shifted to concentrate on ideas of race, and especially to the idea of the white genocide con ...

                                               

Amir Khorram

Amir Khorram is an Iranian engineer and political activist. He was a senior member of the Freedom Movement of Iran, and one of its central committee members. Khorram had been arrested several times and spend more than ten years in prison for his ...

                                               

N type

N-type may refer to: The MG N-type Magnette was produced by the MG Car company from October 1934 to 1936 The N-type calcium channel is a type of voltage-dependent calcium channel A Type model theory with n free variables N-type semiconductor is a ...

                                               

AEC Y Type

The AEC Y Type was a British truck built by the Associated Equipment Company, it saw widespread service with the British Army during the First World War.

                                               

Peugeot Type 135

The Type 135 was an early automobile manufactured by the French company Automobiles Peugeot between 1911 and 1913 during which time 376 examples were built. It would be the last large Peugeot until the 1920 Type 156 due to the outbreak of the Fir ...

                                               

2020 Badminton Asia Team Championships

The 2020 Badminton Asia Team Championships was staged at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum in Manila, Philippines, from 11 to 16 February 2020. This championships was organized by the Badminton Asia with Philippine Badminton Association as host organis ...

                                               

2021 Asian Mens Volleyball Championship

The 2021 Asian Mens Volleyball Championship will be the 21st edition of the Asian Mens Volleyball Championship, organised by Asias governing volleyball body, the Asian Volleyball Confederation. It will be hosted by Japan in 2021. The tournament a ...

                                               

2021 Asian Womens Volleyball Championship

The 2021 Asian Womens Volleyball Championship will be the 21st edition of the Asian Womens Volleyball Championship, organised by Asias governing volleyball body, the Asian Volleyball Confederation. It will be hosted by China in 2021. The tourname ...