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St. Marys Episcopal Church

St. Marys Episcopal Church Newton Lower Falls, Massachusetts St. Marys Episcopal Church and Rectory Milton, Florida, NRHP-listed St. Marys Episcopal Church Flandreau, South Dakota, NRHP-listed St. Marys Episcopal Church Madison, Florida, NRHP-lis ...

                                               

La Trinite

La Trinite, Savoie, in the Savoie departement La Trinite, Eure, in the Eure departement La Trinite-du-Mont, in the Seine-Maritime departement La Trinite, Martinique, in the Martinique overseas department La Trinite, Manche, in the Manche departem ...

                                               

The Iron Gate (Jerusalem)

The Iron Gate is one of the doors of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, open, in the western facade of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and it is one of the entrances branching through the column door. He was named this name in relation to Prince Aragon, who means the Iron ...

                                               

United Kingdom Common Framework Policies

On 15 March 2018, The United Kingdom Government published a list of policy areas that will fall under devolved competence, but will require action to ensure the security and integrity of the UK Internal Market. Some of these areas will require me ...

                                               

Albert Poon

Albert Poon Bing-Lit is a racing driver from Hong Kong, China. He is best known for winning the Macau Grand Prix in 1964, the only Hong Kong driver to win the event. Poons name is synonymous with the Macau Grand Prix as he holds the record for co ...

                                               

Chronica Boemorum

The Czech Chronicle is the first Latin chronicle in which the history of the Czech lands has been consistently and relatively fully described. It was allegedly written in 1119-1125 by Cosmas of Prague. The manuscript includes information about hi ...

                                               

Philip Lange

Frantz Philip Nicolai Lange was a Danish architect and master mason. He made a significant contribution to the rebuilding of Copenhagen in the years after the Copenhagen Fire of 1795. Most of his buildings have been listed on the Danish registry ...

                                               

Innanet James

Innanet James, known only by his onstage moniker, is an American Rapper, producer, and songwriter based out of Montgomery and Prince Georges counties in Maryland. He is most renown for the single "Bag" from his second album, "Keep it Clean", whic ...

                                               

Charles R. DeFreest

DeFreest was born in Troy, New York on July 24, 1852. Shortly after his birth, his father bought and moved the family to a farm in North Greenbush. DeFreest attended Troy High School, and in 1870 he began working as a reporter for the Troy Daily ...

                                               

Rolf-Dieter Arens

Rolf-Dieter Arens is a German University professor and pianist. From 2001 to 2010 he was Rector of the Hochschule fur Musik Franz Liszt, Weimar.

                                               

2 Kings 19

2 Kings 19 is the nineteenth chapter of the second part of the Books of Kings in the Hebrew Bible or the Second Book of Kings in the Old Testament of the Christian Bible. The book is a compilation of various annals recording the acts of the kings ...

                                               

Taxiarches

Taxiarches or its variant taxiarchos, anglicized taxiarch, may refer to: Archangels Michael and Gabriel are called the Taxiarchs in Greek Orthodoxy because they lead the heavenly host Taxiarch, equivalent to brigadier in ancient and modern Greek ...

                                               

The Orthodox Parish of Saints Constantine and Helen in Zgorzelec

The Orthodox Parish of Saints Constantine and Helen in Zgorzelec – is an Orthodox Christian parish in Zgorzelec, in the Archdiocese of Wroclaw and Szczecin. The parish has been functioning since 2002.

                                               

Jasmin.com

Jasmin.com is a mainstream and safe web destination with empowering content. It is operated by DuoDecad IT Services, and it focuses on real people and real-world connections. The website empowers men and women from all walks of life, to embrace t ...

                                               

John Milne House

The John Milne House is a historic house in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was built in 1917 by John Milne, who was superintendent of Albuquerque Public Schools for 45 years, from 1911 to 1956. During his tenure, he oversaw the growth of the school ...

                                               

Tower Court

The Tower Court is a historic motel on Central Avenue in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is notable as one of only a few 1930s motels remaining in the city. The motel was built in 1939 by Ben F. Shear and was added to the New Mexico State Register of ...

                                               

Luna Lodge

The Luna Lodge is a historic motel on Central Avenue in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is notable as one of the best-preserved Route 66 era motels remaining in the city. It was built in 1949 and was one of the easternmost Albuquerque motels, loca ...

                                               

Embassy of the Philippines, Jakarta

The Embassy of the Philippines in Jakarta is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of the Philippines to the Republic of Indonesia. It is currently located at 8 Imam Bonjol Street in the Menteng district of Central Jakarta, near significant city ...

                                               

Delaware Law Enforcement Memorial

The Delaware Law Enforcement Memorial is a law enforcement memorial in Dover, Delaware, United States. The memorial was unveiled in April 2010. It was vandalized in June 2020.

                                               

Statue of Christopher Columbus (Wilmington, Delaware)

A statue of Christopher Columbus was installed in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. The sculptor was Egidio Gioroli in Rome, Italy with casting and molding done in Pistoia, Italy. The statue was unveiled on October 12, 1957, and was removed in ...

                                               

John Brown Gordon statue

The John Brown Gordon statue is an equestrian statue of John Brown Gordon on the grounds of the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta, Georgia. Designed by Solon Borglum, the statue was dedicated on May 25, 1907 to large fanfare. The statue has recent ...

                                               

Staples Municipal Airport

Staples Municipal Airport is a city-owned public-use airport located two nautical miles northwest of the central business district of the City of Staples, in Wadena County, Minnesota, United States.

                                               

Octagonal Schoolhouse

Octagonal Schoolhouse, Octagonal School or Octagon School, etc., may refer to: Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse and Octagonal School, Chester County, Pennsylvania, a property listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP Octagonal School ...

                                               

Statue of Christopher Columbus (Camden, New Jersey)

A statue of Christopher Columbus stood in Camden, New Jersey, United States. The memorial was removed in June 2020. Levi Coombs III, pastor of the nearby First Refuge Progressive Baptist Church, stated that residents had called for the removal of ...

                                               

Brick Store

Brick Store may refer to any of the following, all of which are on the National Register of Historic Places: Brick Store Covington, Georgia, on the NRHP in Georgia Brick Store Bath, New Hampshire, on the NRHP in New Hampshire Red Brick Store, a c ...

                                               

Ford Building

Ford Building may refer to: Ford House Office Building, Washington, DC building used by the U.S. House of Representatives. Ford Building Detroit, downtown office building; tallest in Michigan 1909-1913. Ford Building Fairfax, Virginia, home to An ...

                                               

Great Northern School District

The Great Northern School District No. 312 is a school district in Spokane County, Washington, United States. It covers a rural unincorporated area between Airway Heights and Spokane and has a single school, named Great Northern Elementary, that ...

                                               

Lawrence Memorial Library (Springfield, Illinois)

The Lawrence Memorial Library was designed in Springfield, Illinois in 1905 by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright for client Susan Lawrence Dana. Wright had designed Susan Lawrence Danas home, also in Springfield, in 1902-04. Dana commissioned ...

                                               

Edna Jackson Carver

Edna Jackson Carver was an American physician, operator of a health spa at Steamboat Hot Springs, near Reno, Nevada, from 1919 to 1954.

                                               

Clarence Sumner Luce

Clarence Sumner Luce was an American architect who practiced first in Boston, then at Newport, Rhode Island, and finally in New York. He is best known for his design for the Holyoke Opera House, and his designs for a series of Newport houses.

                                               

Leonidas Stone School

Leonidas Stone School is a school building which is part of the Colon Community Schools system in Northeastern St. Joseph County. The Leonidas Stone School is a work of art an embodiment of government work project during the Great Depression and ...

                                               

Hotel Finlen

The Hotel Finlen was established by James Finlen, the son of Miles Finlen, an Irish immigrant who had opened the McDermitt Hotel in Butte in 1889. The Hotel Finlen opened on January 1, 1924, and was architecturally inspired by the Astor Hotel in ...

                                               

Skillman Park

Skillman Park is a public park in Skillman, part of Montgomery, Somerset County, New Jersey. It is operated by the Somerset County Park Commission. The park was opened in 2015. The 247-acre area was bought by Somerset County from the township in ...

                                               

Pueblo architecture

Pueblo architecture refers to the traditional architecture of the Pueblo people in what is now the southwestern United States, especially New Mexico. Many of the same building techniques were later adapted by Spanish colonists into a regional for ...

                                               

Calvin E. Lightner

Calvin Lightner was born in 1877 in Winnsboro, South Carolina, United States, to Frank and Daphney Lightner, a carpenter and homemaker. He moved to Raleigh, North Carolina in 1898 and enrolled at Shaw University, graduating in 1908.

                                               

Sixth Naval District Training Aids Library

Sixth Naval District Training Aids Library is located at 1056 King Street, Charleston, South Carolina. A permit was pulled for the construction of a.000 warehouse, but the building was convertible to a theater. The Navy rented the facility and us ...

                                               

Vincent Groves

Vincent Darrell Groves was an American serial killer who, between March 1979 and July 1988, murdered at least seven girls and women in Denver, Colorado. His guilt was conclusively proven in four murders with the help of DNA profiling in 2012, 16 ...

                                               

Edward Gallagher (politician)

Gallagher was born on December 20, 1829 in Albany, New York. His parents were Irish immigrants. He attended public school in Albany and Hicks Business College in Buffalo. He moved to Buffalo as a boy, and had an office in the Buffalo Central Whar ...

                                               

Heal (film)

Heal is a 2017 documentary film that was written and directed by Kelly Noonan-Gores and produced by Adam Schomer. The film focuses on mind–body interventions and follows several individuals who used these techniques after being diagnosed with a f ...

                                               

Elco

Elco may refer to: Elco, Pennsylvania Eastern Lebanon County High School, a school in Myerstown, Pennsylvania Elco, Illinois El Camino High School South San Francisco Elco, a type of PT boat designed by the Electric Launch Company and built durin ...

                                               

Negotiation Class

A negotiation class is a newly proposed procedural device intended to encourage settlement when there are large numbers of plaintiffs with claims against the same defendants. It is a type of class action and, as such, requires judicial approval b ...

                                               

Nate Hinton

Hinton was a consensus four-star recruit and committed to play college basketball for Houston. He became the top recruit to join the program under head coach Kelvin Sampson.

                                               

Two Days of the Condor

"Two Days of the Condor" is the tenth and final episode of the second season of the television comedy Silicon Valley. The episode was directed and written by Alec Berg, and originally aired on HBO on June 14, 2015. For his teleplay, Berg received ...

                                               

Cafe Nell

Cafe Nell is a restaurant in Portland, Oregons Northwest District, United States. The restaurant is owned by Darren and Van Creely and serves French cuisine.

                                               

OHC (disambiguation)

OHC may stand for: Open House Chicago, an annual architecture festival hosted by the Chicago Architecture Foundation Ocean heat content Organizational health center, an industrial organization in occupational health psychology Outer hair cell, a ...

                                               

Carleton F. Bryant

Carleton Fanton Bryant was a highly decorated officer in the United States Navy with the rank of Vice Admiral. He distinguished himself as Commander of the Gunfire Support Group of the Assault Force "O" during the amphibious invasion of the coast ...

                                               

Family curse

A family curse or an ancestral curse, a generational curse, hereditary curse, is a curse, on a family. The belief in them crosses many religious beliefs. Many deny that they even exist.

                                               

Mary Moylan

Mary Moylan was a nurse-midwife and political activist, primarily known for her participation with the Catonsville Nine.

                                               

Ellen Rank

Rank served as an educational consultant for the Jewish Education Association of the MetroWest, and as a member of the editorial committees of Scott E. Blumenthals The Explorers Bible: Volume 2: From Sinai to the Nation of Israel, alongside Marti ...

                                               

Canfield

Canfield, Ontario, Canada Great Canfield and Little Canfield, Essex, England Canfield Mesa, Victoria Land, Antarctica