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Nitto

Nitto or Nittō or variant may refer to: Nitto, Japanese model manufacturer, see List of model car brands Nitto Denko, corporation producing insulators, tapes, films, LCDs; sponsor of the year-end ATP Finals tennis championship. Nittō Aviation, pr ...

                                               

Michael Curtis

Michael Curtis may refer to: Mickey Curtis born 1938, Japanese actor Mike Curtis American football 1943–2020, American football linebacker Mike Curtis politician, American politician Michael Curtis soccer born 1975, American soccer player and coa ...

                                               

Senator Black

Senator Black may refer to: United States Senators John Black U.S. senator 1800–1854, U.S. Senator from Mississippi from 1832 to 1838 Hugo Black 1886–1971, U.S. Senator from Alabama from 1927 to 1937 U.S. state senate members John Black Georgia p ...

                                               

Leon Bogman

Frans Leon Hubert Bogman was a Dutch mayor of Slenaken and Noorbeek. He also had several other administrative positions.

                                               

Mantle of Amelie of Orleans

The Mantle of Amelie of Orleans is a royal garment, part of the Portuguese Crown Jewels, that was fashioned for Queen Amelie of Portugal, consort of King Carlos I of Portugal.

                                               

Cas

Cas may mean: Cas9, a CRISPR associated protein CAS, a 2018 album by Lunasa, an Irish Celtic band Cas Cay, an island in St. Thomas, United States Virgin Islands Conditional access system, content protection for digital television Caș, a type of c ...

                                               

Doo

Drustvo sa ogranicenom odgovornoscu - d.o.o., d.o.o./д.о.о. or D.O.O./Д.О.О., an abbreviation denoting a Private Limited Liability Company in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Slovenia. DOO, driver-only operation ...

                                               

NFTA

NFTA may refer to: Nuova ferrovia transalpina, Italian name of Switzerlands north-south rail tunnel project NRLA Northern Tasmanian Football Association formed 1996, an Australian rules football competition Niagara Frontier Transportation Authori ...

                                               

Little Lord Fauntleroy (disambiguation)

Little Lord Fauntleroy is an 1886 childrens novel written by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Little Lord Fauntleroy may also refer to: Little Lord Fauntleroy 1914 film, a silent film featuring John Marlborough East Little Lord Fauntleroy 1980 film, a fi ...

                                               

Referee (disambiguation)

A referee is an official in a sports game. A referee may also be: One who provides a reference In law, a special referee, a judge who acts on matters of fact only A gamemaster for a role-playing game One who engages in scholarly peer review Refer ...

                                               

Dorothy

Dorothy band, a Los Angeles-based rock band Dorothy comic book, a comic book based on the Wizard of Oz "Dorothy", a 2019 song by Sulli Dorothy Chase, a 1902 painting by William Merritt Chase Dorothy opera, a comic opera 1886 by Stephenson & Cellier

                                               

Charles Jacobs

Charles Jacobs may refer to: Charles Jacobs political activist, co-founder, president, and board member of the American Anti-Slavery Group Charles Jacobs Louisiana judge born 1970, state district court judge in Springhill, Louisiana Charles Fenno ...

                                               

Repentance (disambiguation)

Repentance is an act recognized in Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and other religions. Repentance may also refer to: Repentance, an EP by Paramaecium Repentance 1987 film, Georgian film directed by Tengiz Abuladze Repentance 2013 film, a 2013 psyc ...

                                               

Publius Tarrutenius Paternus

Publius Tarrutenius Paternus was a Roman eques who flourished during the reign of emperor Marcus Aurelius. He achieved several military successes, during which he was appointed to praetorian prefect, and led to his adlection into the Roman Senate ...

                                               

Puffin (disambiguation)

NASA Puffin, proposed single-seat proprotor. Parnall Puffin, experimental amphibious fighter-reconnaissance biplane. HMPAC Puffin, man-powered aircraft AUM-N-6 Puffin, an experimental American torpedo-carrying missile

                                               

James Edwin Baum

James Edwin Baum was an American journalist and big game hunter. After running away from home he worked as a wrangler before finding employment as a reporter at the Omaha Daily Bee. After a stint with the Chicago Daily News and an investment firm ...

                                               

Black Spot

Black Spot or black spot may refer to: Black Spot aircraft, a series of attack aircraft tested by the US Air Force in the Vietnam War A short Israeli film in the pastiche Yellow Asphalt Black spot disease fish, a fish disease also known as diplop ...

                                               

Francesco Lardone

Francesco Lardone was an Italian-born prelate of the Catholic Church who became a U.S. citizen in 1937. He taught for 25 years at Catholic University in Washington, D.C., and then served in the diplomatic service of the Holy See as an Apostolic N ...

                                               

Lulu Shorter

Lucie Emile Shorter, better known as Lulu Shorter was an Australian designer best known for her product designs, including the first commercially-successful Australian designs for Royal Doulton.

                                               

CLV

CLV may refer to: Caldas Novas Airport IATA code, Brazil Campaign for Labour Victory, an organization of the British Labour Party in the late 1970s Concordant Literal Version, an English translation of the Bible Customer lifetime value, a predict ...

                                               

Treasure of Halikko

Treasure of Halikko is the most valuable treasure found in Finland ja one, if not the most notable in the Nordic countries. It was found in 1887 from Halikko and it is dated to the 11–12th Century. The treasure includes three heavy silver crosses ...

                                               

Chemin

Le chemin Emmanuel Moire album, 2013 album by French singer Emmanuel Moire "Le Chemin" song, title song from same-titled Kyo album Le chemin Kyo album, 2003 album by French band Kyo Le Chemin de France English The Flight to France, an 1887 advent ...

                                               

Bill Rogers

Bill Rogers may refer to: Bill Rogers Michigan politician born 1954, member of the Michigan House of Representatives 2009–2012 Bill Rogers voice actor, New York-based voice actor Bill Rogers American football, college football and basketball play ...

                                               

Maria Martinez (disambiguation)

Maria Martinez was a Native American artist and potter. Maria Martinez may also refer to: Maria Isabel Martinez born 1967, former field hockey player from Spain Maria Sornosa Martinez born 1949, Spanish politician and Member of the European Parli ...

                                               

Balanda

Balanda may refer to: Places Balanda River, a river in Russia, the right tributary of the Medveditsa in the Don River basin Balanda, until 1962, the name of Kalininsk, a town in Kalininsky District of Saratov Oblast, Russia People Balanda Bviri p ...

                                               

Alfonso Lastra Charriez

Was born in the year 1887 in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico to Juan Lastra and Alfonsina Charriez. Alfonso Lastra Charriez was a lawyer before becoming a politician.

                                               

Bowden

Australia Bowden railway station Bowden Island, one of the Family Islands in Queensland Bowden, South Australia, northwestern suburb of Adelaide Canada Bowden, Alberta, town in central Alberta England Little Bowden, formerly a village in Northamp ...

                                               

Chatsworth

Chatsworth station, a passenger train station in Chatsworth, Los Angeles Chatsworth Peak, a peak in the Simi Hills overlooking Chatsworth, Los Angeles Chatsworth, Los Angeles, California, a district in the San Fernando Valley Chatsworth Hills Aca ...

                                               

Cristobal Colon

Cristobal Colon may refer to: Spanish cruiser Cristobal Colon 1887, a Spanish unprotected cruiser that foundered off Cuba in 1895 Spanish cruiser Cristobal Colon, a Spanish armored cruiser that fought in the Battle of Santiago de Cuba during the ...

                                               

Nicolai Remisoff

Nicolai Remisoff was a Russian-born artist and art director of American cinema. He worked a number of times one films directed by fellow Russian Gregory Ratoff

                                               

Mark Watson (disambiguation)

Mark Watson is an English stand-up comedian and novelist. Mark Watson may also refer to: Mark Watson baseball born 1974, American former Major League Baseball pitcher Mark Watson archaeologist 1906–1979, British diplomat and archaeologist Mark Wa ...

                                               

Wheaton

United States Wheaton, Illinois, a city Wheaton, California, a former settlement Wheaton Metra station, a railroad station Wheaton station, a Washington Metro rapid transit station Wheaton, Kansas, a city Wheaton, Maryland, a census-designated pl ...

                                               

Bad Business

Bad Business may refer to: A Bad Business Недоброе дело, from Anton Chekhov bibliography 1887 Bad Business, book by Robert Gandossy on the O.P.M. Leasing Services financial scandal "Bad Business", song by Souls Of Mischief from 2000 Bad Business, ...

                                               

John Roach

John Roach may refer to any of the following: John Roach bishop 1921–2003, bishop of the Catholic Church John Roach footballer, born 1862, Welsh international footballer John C. Roach, justice on the Kentucky Supreme Court John Ross Roach 1900–19 ...

                                               

Citizens Party

Citizens Party or Citizens Party may refer to: Citizens Party United States, a short lived political party organized by Barry Commoner in 1979 and predecessor of the Green Party Nationalist Citizens Party of the Philippines Citizens Spanish polit ...

                                               

Piet

Piet may refer to: Tony Piet 1906–1981, American Major League Baseball player Piet horse, American thoroughbred racehorse Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Technology, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan Piet given name, a common name in the Netherlands ...

                                               

Princess Mysteria

Princess Mysteria was an African American mentalist, who wrote a regular column for The Chicago Defender.

                                               

Reginald Arthur Spence

Sir Reginald Arthur Spence was a wine merchant, Freemason, educationist, and philanthropist who worked in India. He was involved in the establishment of Barnes School in Deolali. Spence was born in 1888. He was educated at Christs Hospital and wo ...

                                               

General conference

General Conference can refer to: General conference Latter Day Saints, a meeting open to all members of a particular Latter Day Saint denomination. General Conference United Nations, the recurring meetings of Member States for the specialized age ...

                                               

Banco Britanico de la America del Sud

Banco Britanico de la America del Sud was an extinct British banking institution with headquarters in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was located in the current corners of Bartolome Mitre and Reconquista, current site of the Central House of the Banc ...

                                               

Windeck (disambiguation)

Windeck Eibingen, settlement above the Rudesheim village of Eibingen in Hesse, Germany Windeck, municipality in the county of Rhein-Sieg-Kreis in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

                                               

Urania (disambiguation)

Urania, an Oceanid Aphrodite Urania, a title for the Greek goddess Aphrodite, as opposed to Aphrodite Pandemos Urania, a muse in Greek mythology The Countesse of Mountgomeries Urania, a work by Lady Mary Wroth

                                               

Seppiena gens

The gens Seppiena was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. None of the Seppieni are mentioned in ancient writers, but several members of this gens are known from inscriptions.

                                               

Le Rêve

Le Rêve may refer to: Le Rêve opera, an 1891 opera by Alfred Bruneau, libretto by Emile Zola, based on his novel The Dream Rousseau painting, a 1910 painting by Henri Rousseau Le Rêve Chagall, a 1927 painting by Marc Chagall Le Rêve novel, an 188 ...

                                               

Cythera

Cythera may refer to: Ships Cythera, a yacht lost with all aboard during the Great Blizzard of 1888 USS Cythera, the name of two US Navy ships Cythera yacht, a steel ketch, designed and built by Peter A. Fenton, launched in 1962 Places Cythera is ...

                                               

Red Hill

Red Hill, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Charlotte County, Virginia Red Hill Fire Observation Station, a fire tower on top of Red Hill, New York Red Hill Patrick Henry National Memorial, Virginia Red Hill Bullock, North Car ...

                                               

Steppe (disambiguation)

A steppe is an ecological zone consisting of plains generally lacking trees. Steppe may also refer to: The Steppe novella, an 1888 work by Anton Chekhov Eurasian Steppe, a Eurasian ecoregion reaching from Mongolia to Hungary Brook Steppe born 195 ...

                                               

Barry Murphy

Barry Murphy may refer to: Barry Murphy rugby union born 1982, Ireland and Munster rugby player Barry Murphy Cork hurler 1888–?, Irish hurler Barry Murphy Limerick hurler born 1997, Irish hurler Barry Murphy Clare hurler born 1975, Irish hurler B ...

                                               

Archie Wilson

Archibald or Archie Wilson may refer to: Archie Wilson baseball 1923–2007, baseball player Archie F. Wilson 1903–1960, American wood collector Archibald Duncan Wilson 1911–1983, British diplomat and Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge Arc ...

                                               

Partito Socialista

Partito Socialista is Italian for "Socialist Party" and may refer to: Socialist Party Italy, 1996 Partito Socialista, PS, 1996–2001, led by Ugo Intini and Gianni De Michelis Socialist Party Italy, 2007 Partito Socialista, PS, founded in 2007 by t ...