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Prince (1787 ship)

Prince was launched at Bristol in 1785 as Alexander and then made two complete voyages as a slave ship. Her owners changed her name to Prince in 1787. As Prince, she made six more complete voyages as a slave ship. She foundered in 1800 as she was ...

                                               

Duke of Buccleugh (1783 ship)

Duke of Buccleugh was launched at Yarmouth in 1783. In 1789 she became a slave ship. She made five complete voyages trading slaves before a French privateer captured her in September 1797 after she had delivered her slaves on her sixth voyage.

                                               

HMS Otter (1778)

HMS Otter was the French merchantman Glanure, which the Royal Navy captured early in 1778. The Royal Navy took her into service as the sloop HMS Otter and she served in the American theatre. The Navy sold her in 1783. She became a merchantman and ...

                                               

Letters of Transit (film)

Letters of Transit is a Canadian short drama film, directed by Manon Briand and released in 1991. The film stars Julie Lavergne, Patrick Goyette and Luc Picard as Alice, Hubert and Marc, three people who become drawn into a love triangle while pa ...

                                               

Becquerel (disambiguation)

Antoine Cesar Becquerel 1788–1878 Jean Becquerel 1878-1953 Becquerel family, a family of French scientists Henri Becquerel 1852-1908, Nobel laureate and namesake of the term becquerel Louis Alfred Becquerel 1814-1862 Alexandre-Edmond Becquerel 18 ...

                                               

Hornblowers Charitable Offering

Hornblowers Charitable Offering is a short story C.S. Forester wrote about his fictional character Horatio Hornblower, when he was in command of HMS Sutherland. In the story the Sutherland rescues naked and emaciated Frenchmen from a makeshift ra ...

                                               

Spiritualism (disambiguation)

Spiritualism is a religion postulating the belief that spirits of the dead residing in the spirit world have both the ability and the inclination to communicate with the living. Spiritualism may also refer to:

                                               

Cesare Watry

Cesare Watry was the stage name of Giovanni Girardi, an Italian practitioner of stage magic and a pioneer of cinema through his own original form of bioscope show. He was recognized, particularly in Latin America, as a" master illusionist” and an ...

                                               

Reality (disambiguation)

"Reality" David Bowie song Reality David Bowie album, 2003 Reality Dream album, 2003 Reality James Brown album, 1974 Reality Smooth album, 1998 "Reality" James Brown song, 1975 Reality Monk Montgomery album, 1974 Reality Tackhead song, 1988 "Real ...

                                               

Gibril (disambiguation)

Gibril is an Egyptian Arabic variant of Gabriel. Gibril is the Egyptian equivalent of the traditional Arabic transliteration Jibril. For an Islamic interpretation of Gabriel / Jibril / Gibril, see Gabriel#Islam. Gibril is also a common Arabic giv ...

                                               

Don Bacigalupi

Don Bacigalupi is a curator specializing in contemporary art and popular culture and a museum administrator. Bacigalupi helped to set the direction for two American museums early in their history: The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and Th ...

                                               

Bela Chekurishvili

Chekurishvili was born on 25 December 1974 in Vachnadziani, Gurjaani. After finishing school she studied Georgian language and literature at Tblisi State University. From 1998 to 2013, Chekurishvili worked as a journalist, for various magazines a ...

                                               

Mikhail Khergiani

Mikhail "Misha" Vissarionovich Khergiani was a Svan mountaineer of the Soviet Union. He was a seven-time national champion climber who earned the nickname the "Tiger of the Cliffs" for his ability to rapidly attack difficult routes. He was named ...

                                               

Battle of Nigoiti

The battle of Nigoiti took place between 20 and 27 May 1854 the village of Nigoiti in Guria during the Crimean war. Russo-Georgian detachments, under the command of Ivane Andronikashvili, met an invading Ottoman force that had crossed the Choloki ...

                                               

Tonnies Holding

The Tonnies Group is a German family business in the meat industry founded in 1971, that operates internationally. The company with approximately 16.500 employees generated annual sales of EUR 6.65 billion in 2018. Its core business is meat proce ...

                                               

Isi & Ossi

Isi & Ossi is a 2020 German romantic comedy film directed and written by Oliver Kienle, starring Lisa Vicari, Christina Hecke and Pegah Ferydoni. The story revolves around a billionaires daughter from Heidelberg, played by Lisa Vicari, and a stru ...

                                               

Placa de acero

Placa de acero is a 2019 action comedy film produced by Magnifico Entertainment. It was directed and written by Abe Rosenberg and also written by Joseph Hemsani. It stars Alfonso Dosal, Adrian Vazquez, Eduardo España, and others. It was released ...

                                               

Centurion (disambiguation)

Centurion magazine, an English-language quarterly magazine The Centurion, a conservative magazine focused on Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey

                                               

Another Holocaust

Another Holocaust or second Holocaust is a form of Nazi comparison which asserts that the Holocaust or a similar event is reocurring or will reocur. It is often used to discuss real or perceived threats to the State of Israel, Jews, or Jewish life.

                                               

All Peoples Party (Ghana)

The All Peoples Party was a former political party in Ghana. It was formed by the merger between the Popular Front Party led by Victor Owusu, the United National Convention led by William Ofori Atta and other parties in June 1981. It became the m ...

                                               

Ebo Barton Oduro

Ebo Barton Oduro is a Ghanaian politician and a former First Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Ghana. He was the member of parliament for Cape Coast North constituency from 2008 to 2016.

                                               

Children of the Night

Children of the Night 1985 film, an American television film directed by Robert Markowitz Children of the Night 1991 film, an American horror film directed by Tony Randel Children of the Night, a 1999 documentary short produced by Arthur Cohn "Ch ...

                                               

Orfeo

Orfeo Rossi, a 1647 opera by Luigi Rossi Orfeo ed Euridice, a 1762 opera by Christoph Willibald Gluck LOrfeo, a 1607 opera by Claudio Monteverdi Orfeo Sartorio, a 1672 opera by Antonio Sartorio La morte dOrfeo, a 1619 opera by Stefano Landi LOrfe ...

                                               

METAdrasi

METAdrasi – Action for Migration and Development, commonly known as METAdrasi, is a Greek non-profit civil society organisation that promotes the reception and integration of migrants and refugees in Greece. Its provides interpretation, the prote ...

                                               

Andy Nicolas

Andreas Kurt Peter Koutsonikolas known professionally as Andy Nicolas is a Greek singer and songwriter. He holds dual Greek and Danish citizenship. As well as being an artist he is also one of Greeces leading songwriters, having penned numerous c ...

                                               

Reina Hispanoamericana 2019

Reina Hispanoamericana 2019 was the 29th edition of the Reina Hispanoamericana pageant. It was held on February 8, 2020 in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. At the end of that event, Nariman Battikah of Venezuela crowned Regina Peredo of Mexico has her successor.

                                               

Csepel D-344

The Csepel D-344 is a medium size, 3-tonne, 4×4 off-road lorry, made by Hungarian manufacturer Csepel Autogyar, from 1961 to 1975. It was first presented to the public on the Leipzig Trade Fair in early 1963. The Hungarian Peoples Army purchased ...

                                               

IHS

Issaquah High School, Issaquah, Washington, US Irondequoit High School, Irondequoit, New York, US The Indian High School, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Independence High School Arizona, US Ithaca High School, Ithaca, New York

                                               

Vijayasarathi Sribhashyam

Sribhashyam Vijayasarathi is an Indian author, Sanskrit grammarian, Philosopher and critic. He is the recipient of Indias highly prestigious award Padma Shri for the year 2020 for his excellent work in the field of Literature and Education.

                                               

Gumut, Bankura

Gumut is a village and gram panchayat in the Bishnupur CD block in the Bishnupur subdivision of the Bankura district in the state of West Bengal, India. It includes Muninagar.

                                               

Surendra Nagar

Surendra Nagar may refer to: Surendra Singh Nagar is an Indian politician and a former Member of Parliament in Rajya Sabha. He was also a Member of Parliament in the 15th Lok Sabha from Gautam Buddha Nagar constituency of Uttar Pradesh as a Bahuj ...

                                               

Jad

JAD or Jad may refer to: JAD: JAD file format, Java Application Descriptor Jamaah Ansharut Daulah, an Indonesian terrorist organization JAD software, a JAva Decompiler Joint application design JAD, a process of collection of business requirements ...

                                               

Grand Valley

Grand Valley may refer to: United States Grand Valley Colorado-Utah, along the Colorado River Grand Valley, Colorado, town now named Parachute, Colorado Grand Valley AVA, Colorado wine region Grand Valley, Michigan Grand Valley, Pennsylvania Gran ...

                                               

Crowley

Crowley, Texas, a city Crowley, Mendocino County, California, an unincorporated community Crowley, Oregon disambiguation, one of two communities in Oregon Crowley, Colorado, a town in Crowley County Crowley Lake, a reservoir in Mono County, Calif ...

                                               

Bursa (disambiguation)

Bursa electoral district Bursa Province, Asian Turkey, named after its above capital Bursa woreda, a district in Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region, Ethiopia

                                               

Dharma (disambiguation)

Dharma album, by Merzbow Dharma Productions, a Bollywood film company Dharma, leader of the comic book super-team Shadow Cabinet The Dharmas or Steadman, former British indie rock band Dharma comics, a fictional comic book character Dharma 1973 f ...

                                               

Bam Bam

BamBam singer born 1997, Thai singer/rapper based in South Korea, member of GOT7 Tai Tuivasa born 1993, Australian rugby league player turned mixed martial artist of Samoan descent Terry Gordy 1961–2001, American professional wrestler Bam wrestle ...

                                               

William Dalton

William Dalton may refer to: William Dalton author 1821–1875, English author Will Dalton, lacrosse player William Dalton Lucky Luke, fictional character from Lucky Luke William Boyd Dalton, Irish international footballer William M. Dalton 1866–18 ...

                                               

Kei

Shō Kei 1700–1752, king of the Ryūkyū Kingdom Kei singer born 1995, stage name of South Korean singer Kim Ji-yeon Kei given name Kei, Cantonese for Ji姫 Kei, Cantonese for Qi奇, 祁, 亓 Princess Kei Keihime of Japan

                                               

Bada (disambiguation)

Bada air base, an air base near the village Bada crater, a crater on Mars named after the village Bada rural locality, a rural locality a selo in Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia Bada, a village on Minicoy island, now Indian territory

                                               

Roots Revival (project)

Roots Revival is an international cultural project which reunites professional musicians from different countries in an effort to connect the musical styles, traditions and instruments that are specific to each geographical area they come from, t ...

                                               

Iyad (tribe)

The Iyad were an Arab tribe which dwelt in western lower and upper Mesopotamia and northern Syria during the 3rd–7th centuries CE. Parts of the tribe adopted Christianity in the mid-3rd century and came under the suzerainty of the Lakhmid kings o ...

                                               

Seyyed Nasir Hosseini

Seyyed Nasir Hosseini is an Iranian Twelver Shia cleric who is the representative of Guardianship of the Islamic Jurist in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province and likewise the Imam of Friday Prayer in the city of Yasuj who has been recently appoi ...

                                               

William Steele

William or Bill Steele may refer to: William B. Steele born 1929, United States Army general William Steele rugby union born 1947, former Scotland international rugby union player Bill Steele baseball 1885–1949, pitcher in Major League Baseball W ...

                                               

Royal Salute

Royal Salute may refer to: "Aash Al Maleek", the national anthem of Saudi Arabia national anthem of the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen Salām-e Shāh”, royal and national anthem of the Qajar Dynasty, Persia 1873–1909 "As-Salam al-Malaki", the natio ...

                                               

George Henderson

George Gerald Henderson 1862–1942, chemist and professor George Cockburn Henderson 1870–1944, Australian academic in the Universities of Sydney and Adelaide George Henderson architect 1846–1905, Scottish architect George Robin Henderson 1941–2016 ...

                                               

George Gardiner

George Gardiner may refer to: George Gardiner boxer 1877–1954, Irish-American boxer George Gardiner footballer 1877–1933, Australian rules footballer George Gardiner settler c. 1610–c. 1677, early settler of Newport, Rhode Island George Gardiner ...

                                               

George Mitchell

George Mitchell actor 1905–1972, American film and television actor George Mitchell musician 1917–2002, Scottish singer, 1950s–1970s George Mitchell music historian born 1944, American record producer, blues George Mitchell jazz musician 1899–197 ...

                                               

Richard Ryan

Richard Ryan may refer to: Richard Ryan diplomat born 1946, Irish poet and diplomat Richard Ryan professor born 1953, American professor of psychology Richard Ryan Medal of Honor 1851–1933, American sailor and Medal of Honor recipient Richard Rya ...

                                               

John Smyth

John Smyth may refer to: John Smyth footballer born 1970, Irish former professional footballer John Rowland Smyth 1803–1873, British soldier John Smyth barrister 1941–2018, British QC John Smyth Master of Pembroke 1744–1809, clergyman and Master ...