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Quintilla

Quintilla was a Phrygian Christian prophetess within the movement known as Montanism. The sect of the Quintillians was named after her. Although her exact dates are unknown, Quintilla was probably not a contemporary the Three - Montanus, Maximill ...

                                               

George De Cairos Rego

George De Cairos Rego was an Australian composer of light classical music. He was appointed to the inaugural staff of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. He was born in Victoria but lived mostly in New South Wales. De Cairos Rego wrote regular co ...

                                               

John Proctor

John Proctor may refer to: Jack Proctor 1871–1893, English footballer John Proctor inventor 1804–1822, American inventor John Proctor MP 1520?–1558/59, English politician John Proctor historian 1521–1558, English schoolmaster John Proctor bobslei ...

                                               

Johannes Pistorius

Johannes Pistorius may refer to: Johann Pistorius the Elder 1504–1583, German Protestant minister, who participated in several religious disputations between Catholics and Protestants Johannes Pistorius badminton born 1995, German badminton playe ...

                                               

Arthur Evans (disambiguation)

Arthur "Slim" Evans 1890–1944, Canadian trade unionist leader in Canada and the USA Arthur Evans physician 1920–2009, American Quaker war tax resister and peace activist Arthur Evans politician 1898–1958, British National Liberal and Conservative ...

                                               

John Osborne (disambiguation)

John Osborne was an English playwright. John Osborne may also refer to: John Osborne journalist 1842–1908, Australian journalist and Methodist minister John Osborne Montserrat politician 1936–2011, Montserrat politician John Eugene Osborne 1858–1 ...

                                               

Jean Laverty

In 1938, she filed a lawsuit against film editor William Hamilton, charging that he had promised to marry her in December 1936 and then changed his mind nearly two years later. She eventually married William V. Muir.

                                               

Compass (NASA)

Compass, is a collaborative engineering team founded in 2006 in support of the LSAM Design Study at NASAs Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. The team primarily performs integrated vehicle systems analyses. The team is a logical extension o ...

                                               

V1

Fokker V.1, a German parasol monoplane experimental fighter prototype, built in 1916 The first prototype/experimental Versuchs airframe of nearly any German WW II-era military aircraft V 1 speed, the maximum speed at which an aircraft pilot may a ...

                                               

Grade

Grading education, a teachers evaluation of a students performance in class Grade music, a method of formally assessing the accomplishments of pupils learning musical instruments Number of the year a student has reached in a given educational stage

                                               

Calf (disambiguation)

Calf-binding, a leather book binding Calfskin, leather Calf leg, in humans and other primates, the back portion of the lower leg vellum, calf hide processed as a writing material Veal, meat from calves

                                               

Vis

Vis town, on the island of Vis Vis island, a Croatian island in the Adriatic sea Vis river, in south-central France VIS, the IATA code and FAA location identifier for Visalia Municipal Airport, Visalia, California Vis, Bulgaria, a village in Hask ...

                                               

Nitro

Nitroglycerin, an explosive chemical compound Medical use of nitroglycerin, the same compound as used as a medication for some heart conditions Nitromethane, the simplest organic nitro compound; also used to fuel high-performance internal-combust ...

                                               

Head (disambiguation)

Head DC Comics, a minor character in the fictional DC universe Head Csaky, a 1913 Cubist sculpture by Joseph Csaky

                                               

Westinghouse

White-Westinghouse, acquired by Electrolux in 1986 Westinghouse Broadcasting Group W, now integrated into CBS Broadcasting, Inc. British Westinghouse, later subsumed into the General Electric Company Westinghouse Electronic Systems Group, sold to ...

                                               

Scram (disambiguation)

Scram Cricket, a variation of the darts game Cricket Scram!, a 1932 Laurel and Hardy short film Scram video game, a 1981 Atari 8-bit family game based around shutdown of a nuclear reactor

                                               

Erra

Erra can refer to: Pizzo Erra, a mountain in Switzerland Erra band, an American metalcore band Erra, the purported home planet of the pleiadean aliens described by ufologist Billy Meier Erra, Estonia, a settlement in Sonda Parish, Ida-Viru County ...

                                               

Richard Hall

Richard Hall footballer born 1972, English former footballer Richard Hall English cricketer born 1978 Richie Hall born 1960, American football player Richard Hall boxer born 1971, former World Boxing Association interim cruiserweight world champi ...

                                               

Arthur Davis

Arthur Hoey Davis, Australian writer who used the pen name Steele Rudd Art Davis actor 1913–1987, American musician, singer, and actor Arthur Davis animator 1905–2000, American animator and director Art Davis 1934–2007, American jazz bassist

                                               

Reinecke

Carl Reinecke 1824 - 1910, German composer, pianist and conductor Hermann Reinecke 1888 - 1973, Nazi war criminal Jost Reinecke, sociologist George A. Reinecke 1961 -New Orleans born multi instrumentalist and composer Edwin Reinecke 1924 - 2016, ...

                                               

William Wharton

William Wharton may refer to: William Wharton, the villain from the novel The Green Mile by Stephen King William Wharton Royal Navy officer 1843–1905, British admiral and Hydrographer of the Navy 1884-1904 William Wharton author 1925–2008, Americ ...

                                               

Fine Wine (Bill Anderson album)

Fine Wine is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released on August 25, 1998 via Warner Bros. Records. It was co-produced by Caryn and Steve Wariner. Fine Wine was Andersons 36th studio album as a recording ...

                                               

Wine into Water

Thom Owens of AllMusic says, Wine Into Water is one of Browns very best albums, not only because it finds him coming to terms with his own personal demons, but because it is so well-crafted." My Kind of Country s review marks the album as a "B" a ...

                                               

Charles Shaw

Charles Shaw may refer to: Charles Green Shaw 1892–1974, American painter and writer Charles Shaw writer 1900–1955, Australian novelist whose book Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison was adapted for film Allan Shaw priest Charles Allan Shaw, 1927–1989, Ang ...

                                               

Transylvanian (disambiguation)

Transylvanian Military Frontier Transylvanian School Transylvanian unification with Romania Romanian National Assembly Transylvanian flag and coat of arms Transylvanian Principality 1570-1711 Transylvanian voivode Transylvanian Memorandum Transyl ...

                                               

Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale

The Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale is an annual Assyriological Conference is a world congress for specialists in Ancient Near Eastern Studies.

                                               

Abimalek Timotheus

Mar Abimalek Timotheus was an Assyrian priest of the Church of the East who served as Metropolitan of Malabar and All India from 1907 until his death in 1945. Born in the village of Mar Bisho in the Ottoman Empire, he was sent to India by Catholi ...

                                               

Gyolaysor

Gyolaysor, former village in the Yerevan Province of the Yerevan Governorate and during the Soviet period in the Artashat region of the Armenian SSR, located in Khosrov Forest. The village was founded in 1833 by Assyrian families emigrating from ...

                                               

Samaritan (disambiguation)

The Samaritans are an ethnoreligious group of the eastern Mediterranean region, originating from connection with ancient Samaria. Samaritan may also refer to:

                                               

Montenegrins (disambiguation)

Montenegrins refers to South Slavic people associated with Montenegro. Montenegrins may also refer to: Bosniak Montenegrins, Montenegrin citizens of Bosniak ethnicity Montenegrins, inhabitants of a number of other Slavic geographic regions Old Mo ...

                                               

Malays

Malays may refer to: Malaysian Malay, ethnic Malays in Malaysia Cape Malays, an ethnic group or community in South Africa Native Brunei Malays, a native group which is limited natively Brunei Malay race, a racial category encompassing peoples of ...

                                               

Scots

Scottish people, those whose origin is in Scotland Scotch-Irish American, also known as Scotch-Irish Scottish English The Scots language, spoken in the Lowlands of Scotland also known as "Lowland Scots" to distinguish it from Scottish Gaelic Scot ...

                                               

Equestrian

Notable examples of this are: Equestrianism, the art of horseback riding Equestrian at the Summer Olympics, a division of Olympic Games competition Equestrian nomads, one of various nomadic or semi-nomadic ethnic groups whose culture places speci ...

                                               

Barbarian (disambiguation)

Barbarian F.C. or the Barbarians, an invitational rugby union team based in Britain Brussels Barbarians New Zealand Barbarians Barbarian Rugby Club, more commonly known as the French Barbarians Australian Barbarians South African Barbarians The B ...

                                               

Kalinga

Kalinga War, fought c. 262 BCE between the Maurya Empire under Ashoka and the state of Kalinga Kalinga Mahabharata, an apocryphal kingdom mentioned in classical Indian literature Kalinga alphabet, an ancient writing system invented in the ancient ...

                                               

Asen

Asen state, a polity involved in late 17th-century wars in modern Ghana Asen, Stara Zagora Province, a village in Pavel Banya Municipality, Bulgaria

                                               

Kalash

Kalasha-mun, also known as Kalasha-mondr Kalasha Desh, their valleys Kalasha religion Kalash people of Chitral, northern Pakistan Nuristani people of Nuristan, Afghanistan Kalasha-ala language, also known as Kalasa, Waigali, or Waigeli

                                               

Iraqi

Iraqi or Iraqis means from Iraq, a country in the Middle East, and may refer to: A citizen of Iraq, see demographics of Iraq Fakhr-al-Din Iraqi, 13th-century Persian poet and sufi. Iraqi cuisine Iraqi people or Iraqis, people from Iraq or of Iraq ...

                                               

Barak (disambiguation)

Barak, Lublin Voivodeship, Poland Barak, Iran disambiguation Barak Valley, Assam, India Barak, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland Barak River or Ovurei River, in India and Bangladesh Barak, Kyrgyzstan Barak, Israel

                                               

Kana (disambiguation)

Kana Software, a software company Kana publisher, a French publishing company KANA, a radio station of Montana, US Kana TV, a private television station of Ethiopia

                                               

Turkic

Turkic may refer to: Turkish language, the most widely spoken of the Turkic languages Turkic languages, a language family of at least thirty-five documented languages anything related to the country of Turkey Turkic alphabets disambiguation Turki ...

                                               

Lists of dynasties

Lists of dynasties include: List of dynasties, sorted by geographic region List of Turkic dynasties and countries List of Brahmin dynasties and states List of Tengrist states and dynasties List of Zoroastrian states and dynasties List of Sunni dy ...

                                               

Swati

Swati Mutyam, a 1986 Telugu-language drama film written, directed by K. Viswanath Swati 1986 film, a 1986 Bollywood romantic drama film Swati 1984 film, a Telugu film Swati Kiranam, a 1992 Telugu musical drama film directed by K. Viswanath

                                               

Hazara

Aimaq Hazara, Aimaqs subtribe of Hazara origin The Hazaras, a Persian-speaking people in Afghanistan and southwestern Pakistan Hazara-i-Karlugh, Turkic soldiers of various dynasties in Central Asia and modern-day Pakistan Hazarewals, a Hindko-spe ...

                                               

Bayat

Bayat, West Azerbaijan Bayat Rural District, Markazi Province Bayat, East Azerbaijan Bayat, Razavi Khorasan Bayat-e Sofla, East Azerbaijan Province

                                               

Thracian (disambiguation)

List of Thracian tribes Thraco-Cimmerian Thraco-Illyrian Thraco-Roman Thracians, an ancient Indo-European people Thraex/Thracian, a type of Roman gladiator Thracian horseman, an ancient cult Thracian language, an extinct language spoken by the Th ...

                                               

Hani

Hani singer, a South Korean singer and member of EXID Hani name Hani producer, a record producer and remixer from New York City Hani people, an ethnic group of China and Vietnam Hani language, the language of many Hani people

                                               

Yagan (disambiguation)

Yagan, was an Indigenous Australian warrior. Yagan may also refer to: Yağan, Aksaray, a village in Turkey Yagan Square, in Perth, Western Australia Yagan people, an ethnic group of Argentina and Chile Yagan Railway, a Japanese railway company Yag ...

                                               

Feridun Çelik

Feridun Çelik is a former Mayor of Diyarbakır and politician of the Peoples Democracy Party and Democratic Peoples Party. In 1999 he was elected Mayor of Diyarbakır. During his time as Mayor, he advocated for Kurdish rights. He enabled that the N ...

                                               

Xhevdet Doda

Xhevdet Doda, born in 1906 in Prizren, was a teacher by profession who was active in the resistance against German occupation in Kosovo during World War II.