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Elizabeth Baker (disambiguation)

Elizabeth Baker was an English playwright. Elizabeth Baker may also refer to: Elizabeth Baker diarist c. 1720 – c. 1797, English secretary, diarist, and amateur geologist Elizabeth Baker runner from Americas Finest City Half Marathon Elizabeth An ...

                                               

Thomas Parr

Thomas Parr may refer to: Sir Thomas Parr c.1483–1517, 16th-century English courtier and father of Queen Katherine Parr Old Tom Parr 1483 reputedly–1635), English supercentenarian who claimed to have lived for 152 years Thomas Parr of Bencoolen 1 ...

                                               

Jason Scrivener

Jason Scrivener is an Australian professional golfer who plays on the European Tour. Born in South Africa, he started playing aged eight and moved to Perth, Australia when he was ten.

                                               

Nico DiMarco

Nico DiMarco is a well-known deaf DJ. He is also identified as the fraternal twin brother of America’s Next Top Model winner Nyle DiMarco. Nico has become a recognized figure in both deaf and hearing communities throughout the United States as a ...

                                               

John Rice

John Blake Rice 1809–1874, mayor of Chicago, Illinois, 1865–1869, and later a U.S. Representative John Joe Rice died 1970, Irish Sinn Fein politician John Rice deputy, member of House of Commons of the North Carolina General Assembly of 1777 for ...

                                               

Au Revoir

"Au Revoir", a song by Mark Forster featuring Sido 2014 "Au Revoir", a 1963 song by Gilbert Becaud "Au Revoir", a song by OneRepublic "Au Revoir", a song by Teresa Brewer 1954 "Au Revoir", a song by Alain Morisod and Sweet People 1982 "Au Revoir" ...

                                               

Humane Reader and Humane PC

The Humane Reader has received coverage from publications including Wired, Make, Engadget, OSNews, Ethiopian Review, and Linux Journal. According to Wired, the Human Reader "takes two 8-bit microcontrollers and packages them in a classic style co ...

                                               

Philip Johnston

Philip Johnston may refer to: Philip Johnston code talker 1892–1978, proposed the idea of using the Navajo language as a code in World War II Philip Mainwaring Johnston 1865–1936, British architect and architectural historian Philip W. Johnston b ...

                                               

Steven Yazzie

Steven Yazzie, born in 1970, is a Native American artist of Navajo and Laguna descent of his fathers side. He is known for creating video, paint, and installation environments and has described painting as where he started as an artist, and most ...

                                               

Scorpio

"Scorpio" Flashpoint, the pilot for the TV series Flashpoint Scorpio film, a 1973 spy film starring Burt Lancaster and Alain Delon

                                               

Asur (web series)

Asur is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language crime thriller web series directed and co-produced by Oni Sen for video on demand platform Voot. The series stars Arshad Warsi and Barun Sobti. The series is set in current times and revolves around serial kil ...

                                               

Zai

Zai may refer to: Zai, Palghar, a village in Maharashtra, India ZAI, Zhong Art International, A cultural exchange company located in Florence, Italy Zaire, a former state in Africa Zaï, an off season farming technique to collect water and nutrien ...

                                               

TLP

Tirana logistic park, an industrial park in Albania Tanjung Langsat Port, a shipping terminal in Johor, Malaysia Tarbes–Lourdes–Pyrenees Airport, an international airport in southern France

                                               

Saadia (disambiguation)

Saadia may refer to Saadia Kobashi 1904–1990, leader of Yemenite Jews in Israel and one of the signatories to Israels declaration of independence Saadia film, a 1953 adventure film Nouara Saadia born 1950, Algerian politician Saadia Himi born 198 ...

                                               

Hippo (disambiguation)

A hippo or hippopotamus is either of two species of large African mammal which live mainly in and near water: Pygmy hippopotamus Hippopotamus Hippo may also refer to:

                                               

JSM

Joseph Smith - Matthew, a book of the Pearl of Great Price of the Latter Day Saint movement Just Shoot Me!, an American television sitcom Journal for the Academic Study of Magic Journal of Sexual Medicine, a peer-reviewed academic journal

                                               

Regius

Regius may refer to: Hylodes regius, frog of Brazil Hippo Regius, ancient name of the modern city of Annaba, Algeria Argyrosomus regius, Meagre, Shade-fish, Salmon-Basse or Stone Bass Pseudorhabdosynochus regius, a Monogenean Codex Regius, Icelan ...

                                               

Robert Zimmerman

Robert Zimmerman or Zimmermann may refer to: Robert Zimmermann footballer born 1963, former German football player Robert von Zimmermann 1824–1898, Czech-born Austrian philosopher Robert Zimmermann bobsleigh 1934–2012, Swiss bobsledder Robert C. ...

                                               

Gusti

Gusti may refer to: Dimitrie Gusti 1880–1955, Romanian sociologist, ethnologist, historian, and philosopher I Gusti Putu Phalgunadi, Indonesian scholar and translator from Kawi to English Gusti Ngurah Made Pemecutan died 1810, King in Badung I Gu ...

                                               

Reichelt

Paul Reichelt 1898–1981, Generalleutnant in the Wehrmacht Kalle Reichelt 1933–2016, Norwegian medical researcher Julius Reichelt 1637–1717, German mathematician and astronomer Karl Ludvig Reichelt 1877–1952, Lutheran missionary Ingeborg Reichelt ...

                                               

Password (disambiguation)

Password is a word or string of characters used for user authentication to prove identity or access approval to gain access to a resource. Password may also refer to:

                                               

Elahi (disambiguation)

Choqa Elahi, a village in Kermanshah Province, Iran. Gheyb-e Elahi, a village in Fars Province, Iran. Elahi, Nishapur, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran. Shahr-e Elahi, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran.

                                               

Moniruzzaman

Moniruzzaman or Maniruzzaman or Muniruzzaman or Manirujjaman is the name of several people, including: A. H. M. Moniruzzaman, diplomat, born 1950 Moniruzzaman linguist, University of Chittagong, born 1940 Moniruzzaman cricketer, cricketer, born 1 ...

                                               

Balu

Balu River, Bangladesh Balu, Khuzestan, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran Balū, alternate name of Parcheh Balut, a village in Iran Balu Lotru, a river in Romania Balu, West Azerbaijan, a village in West Azerbaijan Province, Iran Balu, Semnan, ...

                                               

Chumakov

Chumakov or Chumakova may refer to: Male surname Aleksandr Chumakov sailor born 1927, Russian sailor Alexander N. Chumakov born 1950, Russian philosopher, theoretician of science and scientific community organizer Aleksandr Petrovich Chumakov bor ...

                                               

Johann Schmidt

Johann Schmidt may refer to: Johann Adam Schmidt 1759–1809, German-Austrian surgeon and ophthalmologist Johann George Schmidt 1707–1774, German master builder, architect in Dresden Johann Schmidt neurologist, physician recognized for early resear ...

                                               

Mele (disambiguation)

Mele "Mel" Vojvodich 1929–2003, American aviator Mele Tuilotolava, Tongan-New Zealand lawyer Mele Temguia born 1995, Canadian soccer player

                                               

Alan White

Alan White DJ born 1941, American disc jockey Alan White Yes drummer born 1949, English drummer in rock group Yes Alan White Oasis drummer born 1972, English drummer in rock group Oasis

                                               

Arica (disambiguation)

Arica Province, Chile Arica, Amazonas, Colombia Arıca, Gercus, Turkey Arıca, Vezirkopru, Turkey Arica Province Peru Arica y Parinacota Region, Chile Puerto Arica, Colombia

                                               

Bare Cemetery

Bare Cemetery is a cemetery complex in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina opened in 1965, with the first funeral and internment occurring 3 January 1966.

                                               

Croatian Glagolitic Script Day

Croatian Glagolitic Script Day was announced by the Croatian Parliament at the initiative of the Institute of Croatian Language and Linguistics. The official holiday of 2019 on February 22. On that day, February 22, 1483, the first non-Latin prin ...

                                               

Polychron

The Polychron is a medieval Byzantine monastery in Bithynia. Founded in the 5th century by Alexius Studius. Metochion of Monastery of Stoudios. It is located on the slope of the Asia Minor Olympus. In the Monastery of Polychron in 851 Saint Metho ...

                                               

Dacia (disambiguation)

Dacia, village in Nicșeni Commune, Botoșani County, Romania Dacia, neighbourhood in Iași, Romania Dacia, village in Doba, Satu Mare, Romania Dacia, village in Jibert Commune, Brașov County, Romania

                                               

Euthymius (disambiguation)

Euthymius or Euthymios may refer to: Saint Euthymius the Great 377–473, Christian saint Christian Patriarchs: Euthymius II Karmah, 17th-century Melkite Patriarch of Antioch Patriarch Euthymius II of Constantinople c. 1340–1416 Euthymius III of Ch ...

                                               

Mya

Mya album, a 1998 album by Mya Bo Mya 1927–2006, nom de guerre of a Myanmar rebel leader, chief commander of the Karen National Union Mya or Mya Marie Harrison born 1979, an American R&B singer-songwriter and actress

                                               

Charm

Superficial charm, the tendency to be smooth, engaging, charming, slick and verbally facile Charisma, a person or things pronounced ability to attract others

                                               

Mathurin

Mathurin is a French given name that may refer to: Simon Mathurin Lantara 1729–1778, French landscape painter Mathurin Henrio 1929–1944, young French resistant Mathurin Nago, Beninese politician Mathurin Kameni born 1978, Cameroonian football pla ...

                                               

Paine

Paine may refer to: Topliff Olin Paine, the airports namesake Cordillera del Paine, a mountain group in Chilean Patagonia Paine Field, an airport in Everett, Washington, United States Paine surname Paine Final Fantasy, a fictional female characte ...

                                               

Juan Muñoz (disambiguation)

Juan Manuel Muñoz Diaz born 1969, Spanish dressage rider Juan Carlos Muñoz 1919–2009, Argentine footballer Juan Muñoz footballer, see 1965–66 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Juan Muñoz boxer 1907-1972, Spanish Olympic boxer Juan Carlos Muñoz Chilean footb ...

                                               

Goñi

Ana Goñi born 1953, Venezuelan rally driver Itsaso Leunda born 1984, Spanish racing cyclist Eñaut Zubikarai born 1984, Spanish football player Javier Goñi Lopez born 1986, Spanish swimmer Adrien Goñi born 1988, Spanish football player Uki Goñi bo ...

                                               

Michal Polak

Michal Polak or Michael Polak may refer to: Michal Polak journalist, Slovenian journalist, intellectual, philosopher and economist Michal Polak ice hockey, Czech ice hockeyist born 1985 Michal Polak football, Slovenian football player FK Lokomoti ...

                                               

Freiberg (disambiguation)

Freiberg, Saxony, Germany Freiberg district, Saxony, Germany Freiberg subcamp of Flossenburg concentration camp Freiberg am Neckar, Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany Freiberg in Bohemia, a German exonym for Peibram, Czech Republic Freiberg ...

                                               

Bidar (disambiguation)

in Karnataka state, southern India Bidar, city Bidar railway station Bidar Airport Bidar Sultanate, one of the late medieval Deccan sultanates Bidar district, district in the state of Karnataka. Bidar Subah, a former Mughal imperial province Bida ...

                                               

Hedgehog (disambiguation)

A hedgehog is a small, spiny mammal. Hedgehog may also refer to: Hedgehog plant, Erinacea anthyllis Hedgehog weapon, an anti-submarine weapon Hedgehog film Domesticated hedgehog The Hedgehog, a 2009 French film directed by Mona Achache Hedgehog E ...

                                               

Hispania (disambiguation)

Hispania Nova disambiguation, a latter designation of two Imperial Roman provinces and a Latinate name for colonial Mexico Hispania Ulterior, Republican Roman province Hispania or Iberia Hispania Citerior, Republican Roman province Hispania Baeti ...

                                               

Charles Martin

Charles Martin American football 1959–2005, American football player Charles Martin Queensland cricketer 1867–1942, Australian cricketer Charlie Martin Australian footballer 1883–1955, Australian rules football player Charlie Martin 1913–1998, Br ...

                                               

Karnal (disambiguation)

Karnal is a city in India. Karnal may also refer to: Karnal Lok Sabha constituency, a parliamentary constituency in Karnal district Karnal district, an Indian district in Haryana state Karnal division, an Indian administrative division which incl ...

                                               

Margaret Wilson (disambiguation)

Margaret Wilson is a New Zealand politician. Margaret Wilson may also refer to: Margaret Wilson novelist 1882–1973, American novelist Margaret Wilson EastEnders, fictional character in the BBC soap opera EastEnders Margaret Wilson judge born 1953 ...

                                               

The Work

The Great Work, an alchemical term for the process of working with the prima materia to create the philosophers stone Opus Dei, a Catholic religious organization which literally means "Work of God" The Fourth Way, an approach to self-development ...

                                               

Witold Leder

Witold Leder was a Polish military intelligence officer, activist, translator, and author. He shared in the ups and downs of the anti-Stalinist current of Polish communism, in which he was a lifelong participant.