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Portage River

Portage River Boucher River tributary, a river in Quebec Portage River Alberta, a tributary of the Peace River Portage River Beauce-Sartigan, a river in Quebec Portage River Becancour River tributary, a river in Quebec Portage River Petit-Saguena ...

                                               

Anne Marie Heiler

Anne Marie Heiler was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Seema Mehta

Seema Kaushik Mehta is an Indian Karatha expert and designer of jewellery. She received the Nari Shakti Puraskar award for her dancing advocacy in 2019 after working with under-privileged children in Mumbai.

                                               

Disability in ancient Rome

Ancient Romans with disabilities were recorded in the personal, medical, and legal writing of the period. While some people with disabilities were sought as slaves, others with disabilities that are now recognized by modern medicine were not cons ...

                                               

Meike Peters

Meike Peters is a James Beard Award-winning German cookbook author, Blogger, food and travel writer and photographer. She is the author of two cookbooks: Eat In My Kitchen, published by Prestel Publishing in October 2016 in English and in German ...

                                               

Sar Shalom ben Boaz

Rav Sar Shalom ben Boaz also known as Sar Shalom Gaon was the Gaon of Sura from 838 to 848. He was one of the most prolific writers of his time, having more than one hundred responsum attributed to him. He is known for his unusually lenient and t ...

                                               

Cynthia D. Ritchie

Cynthia Dawn Ritchie, a woman of American origin, who has lived in Pakistan for the last decade, and is described as a blogger, filmmaker, and" a social media enthusiast” by at least one source. Ritchie is known for having a keen interest in Paki ...

                                               

Shawne Michaelain Holloway

Shawne Michaelain Holloway is a Chicago-based American new media artist and digital feminist whose practice incorporates sound, performance, poetry, and installation with focuses in new media art, feminist art, net art, digital art. Holloway enga ...

                                               

Alexander Larman

Alexander Larman is a British author, journalist and historian. Specialising in historical biography, he also writes regularly for The Times, The Observer, The Times Literary Supplement, The Spectator, the New Statesman, and the Daily Telegraph. ...

                                               

Henrietta Buckmaster

Henrietta Delancey Henkle, better known by her pen name Henrietta Buckmaster, was a journalist and author best known for writing historical studies and novels. She was also active in the civil rights movement.

                                               

Robert W. Lee IV

Robert Wright Lee IV is an American minister and newspaper columnist. He is the fourth great-nephew of the Confederate general Robert E. Lee has become known for his efforts to "especially challenge white Christians in America to take seriously t ...

                                               

Baptistines

Baptistines was the name given to several Roman Catholic religious institutes dedicated to Saint John the Baptist: Hermits of St. John the Baptist, founded about 1630 by Michel de Saint-Sabine in France who reformed and united the hermits of vari ...

                                               

Party Girl (StaySolidRocky song)

Party Girl is a song by American rapper StaySolidRocky, originally self-released on September 12, 2019 and then re-released by Columbia Records on April 21, 2020, as his third career-single. The song went viral on video-sharing app TikTok and bec ...

                                               

Never Ending Summer

Never Ending Summer is the third studio album by Kiyotaka Sugiyama & Omega Tribe, released by VAP on December 21, 1984. The album features the single, "Riverside Hotel," which peaked at #21 on the Oricon charts, while the album itself peaked at #8.

                                               

Charles Da Costa

Charles Da Costa was an Australian architect known for his work as a railway architect in Queensland. He specialised in reinforced concrete and structural steel designs.

                                               

Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention

The Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention is a museum in Gainesville, Florida that has a mission" to transform communities by inspiring and equipping future inventors, entrepreneurs, and visionaries.” The museum is named after Dr. Robert Cade, ...

                                               

Builders Building

222 North LaSalle, also known as the Builders Building, is a building located at 222 North LaSalle Street in the Chicago Loop. Built in 1927, it was significantly renovated between 1980 and 1986. It faces the south side of the Chicago River. A co ...

                                               

Dodge-Hamlin House

Dodge-Hamlin House was designed by Nicolaas van der Arend and built by Clarence Phelps Dodge in 1916, and is located in downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2014. The house was used as ...

                                               

Woodward Avenue Baptist Church

The Woodward Avenue Baptist Church was a Church located at 2464 Woodward Avenue in. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982, but was destroyed by fire in 1986 and delisted in 1988.

                                               

Moran House

in Australia Moran House, a facility at St. Augustines College New South Wales, Brookvale, New South Wales in England House of Baron Moran, of Manton in the County of Wiltshire in the United States by state Moran House Washington, D.C., 2315 Mass ...

                                               

Horsley Towers

Horsley Towers, East Horsley, Surrey, England is a country house dating from the 19th century. The house was designed by Charles Barry for the banker William Currie. The East Horsley estate was later sold to William King-Noel, 1st Earl of Lovelac ...

                                               

Hermann Wilhelm Albert Blankenstein

Hermann Wilhelm Albert Blankenstein was a German architect. He held a 24-year tenure as city councilor for Berlin, during which time he planned the construction of all city buildings, including 120 school buildings.

                                               

Ernst Burmeister

Joachim Ernst Burmeister was a German-Danish architect and master carpenter. He made a significant contribution to the rebuilding of Copenhagen in the years after the Copenhagen Fire of 1795. He was the father of master builder Andreas Burmeister:

                                               

Thomas Davenport

Thomas or Tom Davenport may refer to: Thomas H. Davenport born 1954, known as Tom, American academic Tom Davenport filmmaker born 1939, American filmmaker Thomas Davenport congressman died 1838, U.S. representative from Virginia Sir Thomas Davenp ...

                                               

Frederick Challener

Frederick Sproston Challener, also credited as F.S. Challener, was a Canadian painter of murals as well as an easel painter of oils and watercolours and a draftsman in black-and-white and pastel. He also did illustrations for books and commercial ...

                                               

Sounding Lines

Sounding Lines is the fourth studio album by Moritz von Oswald Trio. It was released via Honest Jons on 9 June 2015. It is the groups first album after Vladislav Delay was replaced by Tony Allen.

                                               

Tom Holland filmography

Tom Holland is an English actor. Holland began his acting career on stage in the title role of Billy Elliot the Musical in Londons West End from 2008 to 2010. He gained further recognition for his starring role in the disaster film The Impossible ...

                                               

Nora Krug

Nora Krug is a German–American author and illustrator. Her graphic novel Belonging: A German Reckons With History and Home won the 2018 National Book Critics Circle Award in Autobiography, 2019 Schubart-Literaturpreis, and 2019 Evangelischer Buch ...

                                               

Rinat Brodach

Brodach was born in Beer Sheva, Israel. She attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and earned a BFA in Fashion Design. Her final thesis work earned her a scholarship to The Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne in Paris in 2 ...

                                               

Sideways to New Italy

Sideways to New Italy is the second studio album by Australian indie rock band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. It was released on 5 June 2020 under Sub Pop.

                                               

Down (Jessi song)

Down is a single recorded by American-South Korean singer, songwriter and rapper Jessi. It was released on July 6, 2018 by YMC Entertainment as her last release with the company, and distributed by LOEN Entertainment.

                                               

Flood (Kreidler album)

Flood is a studio album by electronic music group Kreidler. It was released by German record label Bureau B on October 25, 2019. The album consists of 5 songs, which include collaborations with poets/vocalists Nesindano Namises, and Ricardo Domen ...

                                               

Watch This Liquid Pour Itself

Watch This Liquid Pour Itself is the second studio album by Norwegian-American musician Okay Kaya. It was released on 24 January 2020 through Jagjaguwar. The first single from the album, "Baby Little Tween" was released on November 12, 2019.

                                               

Alfonso Castrillon

Alfonso Castrillon Vizcarra is a prominent intellectual in the study of museums and art in Latin America. He is currently the director of the Visual Arts Gallery of the Ricardo Palma URP University, of Lima, founding-director of the Institute of ...

                                               

Front-facing camera comedy

Front-facing camera comedy is a comic genre in which performers deliver in-character monologues while directly facing the camera. Early iterations of front-facing camera comedy went viral on the video hosting service Vine in the early 2010s; now ...

                                               

Better Never to Have Been

Better Never to Have Been: The Harm of Coming into Existence is a 2006 book by South African philosopher David Benatar. In the book, Benatar makes a philosophical case for antinatalism, claiming that humans are wronged by their parents when they ...

                                               

Stroll

Stroll may refer to: A walk A daycation Dance Jitterbug Stroll, 1990s swing-line dance The Stroll, 1950s dance Charleston Stroll, 2010s swing-line dance People Lawrence Stroll born 1959, Canadian businessman Lance Stroll born 1998, Canadian Formu ...

                                               

Amusement (disambiguation)

Amusement is the state of experiencing humorous and entertaining events or situations and is associated with enjoyment, happiness, laughter and pleasure. Amusement may also refer to:

                                               

Diana Sirokai

Diana Sirokai was born on May 21, 1996 in Hungary, Europe. In 2009, She moved to London with her family. At the age of 16, Diana started her modelling career after being approached by Curvy Kate to enter their" Star in a Bra" competition where sh ...

                                               

TDR

Time-domain reflectometry, a measuring method Telecommunications for Disaster Relief, a proposed standard Time-domain reflectometer, an instrument used for time-domain reflectometry Radiolabeled thymidine TdR Totally drug-resistant, the ability o ...

                                               

Khatt Foundation

The Khatt Foundation is a non-profit cultural foundation for the advancement of Arabic typography. It was founded in Amsterdam in 2004 by Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFares. The organization works to further Arabic typography and design research by creat ...

                                               

William Stubbs (disambiguation)

William Stubbs was an English historian and Bishop of Oxford. William Stubbs may also refer to: William Pierce Stubbs 1842–1909, marine painter in Boston, Massachusetts William Stubbs interior designer, American interior designer, host of PBS sho ...

                                               

Tyler Robinson

Tyler Robinson may refer to: Tyler Robinson businessman, owner of Main Event Wrestling Tyler Robinson singer, contestant on The Voice US series 1 Tyler Robinson, co-founder of The Tyler Robinson Foundation Tyler Robinson Canadian football, partic ...

                                               

Shrimp (dinghy)

The Shrimp is a Canadian dinghy that was designed by Hubert Vandestadt and Fraser McGruer and first built in 1972. The boat was designed to employed as a powered yacht tender, a rowboat or as a sailing dinghy.

                                               

Sisters Who Make Waves

Sisters Who Make Waves is a 2020 Chinese reality television show that premiered on Mango TV June 12. It features 30 female celebrities over 30 years old who must compete to debut in a 5-member girl group.

                                               

CyberAgent

CyberAgent Inc. is a Japanese digital advertising company, which was founded in 1998 by Susumu Fujita and headquartered in Shibuya, Tokyo. It is owned by Susumu Fujita with 20.50% interest; Fujita is representative director, while Yusuke Hidaka i ...

                                               

Baroja

Baroja is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Ricardo Baroja 1871–1953, Spanish painter, writer and engraver Pio Baroja 1872–1956, Spanish writer Serafin Baroja 1840–1912, Spanish writer and engineer Pio Caro Baroja 1928–2015, Spa ...

                                               

The Good Immigrant

The Good Immigrant is a collection of twenty-one essays compiled by Nikesh Shukla and first published by Unbound in the UK in 2016 after a crowd-funding campaign endorsed by celebrities. Written by British authors who identify as BAME, the essays ...

                                               

Central Park birdwatching incident

The Central Park birdwatching incident was a confrontation on May 25, 2020, between a white woman, Amy Cooper, walking her dog and a black birdwatcher, Christian Cooper, in a section of New York Citys Central Park known as the Ramble. Amy Coopers ...

                                               

Karsten Mosebach

Mosebach was born in Homberg Efze. After graduating from high school, he studied chemistry and geography at the University of Munster to become a teacher. After the end of his studies and his legal clerkship, he worked for Tecklenborg Verlag for ...