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William Andrew Sutherland

Sutherland was born on May 30, 1849 in Hopewell, New York. He was the son of Rev. Andrew Sutherland and Mary McLeon. He attended the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary and Genesee College in Lima, New York. He was a member of the Psi Upsilon fraternity. A ...

                                               

Saint Leon Minor Seminary of Kabgayi

St Leon Minor Seminary of Kabgayi is a Catholic church minor seminary located in Kabgayi, Southern province of Rwanda. The school is owned by Kabgayi Diocese of Catholic Church of Rwanda. Established in 1913, the seminary is the oldest formal sch ...

                                               

Newell Snow Booth

Newell Snow Booth was an American missionary and bishop for the United Methodist Church. Booth worked as a minister in Massachusetts for the Methodist Episcopal Church before joining that churchs missionary programme. He served in the Belgian Con ...

                                               

Homophony (disambiguation)

Homophony and Homophonic are from the Greek ὁμόφωνος, literally same sounding, from ὁμός, "same" and φωνή, "sound". It may refer to: Homophonic substitution cipher − a cipher that disguises plaintext letter frequencies by homophony: e is given mo ...

                                               

Bifid

Bifid refers to something that is split or cleft into two parts. It may refer to: Bifid nose, a split nose that can even look like two noses; a fairly common trait in some dog varieties, especially the pachon navarro and its descendants Bifid, a ...

                                               

Retinaculum (disambiguation)

Retinaculum may refer to: In vertebrate anatomy: Retinaculum,a band around tendons that holds them in place. Extensor retinaculum of the hand Superior extensor retinaculum of foot Retinaculum cutis mammae, Latin name for connective breast tissue ...

                                               

Jump Out the Window

Jump Out the Window is a song by American rapper Big Sean from his fourth studio album I Decided. It was sent to urban contemporary radio as the third single from the album on May 2, 2017. The song was produced by Key Wane, with additional produc ...

                                               

Go (The Kid Laroi and Juice Wrld song)

Go is a song by Australian rapper The Kid Laroi and American rapper Juice Wrld, released on 12 June 2020 as the first single from Larois upcoming mixtape F--k Love. The song was recorded while the two, who were close friends, met up in Greece in ...

                                               

Sebastian Knauer

Sebastian Knauer, born July 29, 1971, is from an old-established Hamburg-based business family. To this day, there is a memorial in honour of his forebear Georg Andreas Knauer 1759-1828 located on Eppendorfer Landstrasse at the corner of Loogesti ...

                                               

Serpentine (horse)

Serpentine is a chestnut colt with a white blaze and a white sock on his left hind leg bred in Ireland by the Coolmore Stud. He is owned by the Coolmore partners Michael Tabor, Susan Magnier and Derrick Smith. Like many Coolmore horses he was sen ...

                                               

Thomasina Talley Greene

Thomasina Talley Greene was an African-American concert pianist and music educator who opened a music studio in 1942 in Jefferson City, Missouri. She was honored as a 1963 Missouri Woman of Achievement for her outstanding contribution to the arts ...

                                               

Wim van Sinderen

Van Sinderen was raised in Friesland, and finishing school in Dokkum. From 1976 to 1982 he attended the Teacher Training College Ubbo Emmius in Leeuwarden, where he received his BA in English language and literature and Fine Arts. In 1981 Van Sin ...

                                               

Emmanuel Asamoah Owusu-Ansah

Emmanuel was born on 17 July 1939. He hails from Bomso near Kodie a town in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Economics from University of Ghana in 1967. He further went to ISS, The Hague, in the Netherlands wher ...

                                               

Emmy Dinkel-Keet

Emmy Gerarda Mary Dinkel-Keet nee Keet was a Dutch artist, known for her drawings and watercolour paintings, who spent the majority of her career in Britain.

                                               

Lycee Camille Claudel

Lycee Camille Claudel may refer to: Schools in the Paris area: Lycee Camille Claudel - Palaiseau Lycee Camille Claudel - Mantes-la-Ville Lycee Camille-Claudel - Vitry-sur-Seine Lycee Camille Claudel - Vaureal Schools outside of the Paris area: Ly ...

                                               

Max Hunter

Max Franklin Hunter was an American folklorist who, while working as a travelling salesman, compiled an archive of nearly 1.600 folk songs from the Ozarks region of the southern United States between 1956 and 1976.

                                               

So Mystifying

"So Mystifying" is a song written by English musician Ray Davies, first recorded by his band the Kinks for their 1964 debut album Kinks. It appears as the second track on side one, following "Beautiful Delilah", and is the first track on the albu ...

                                               

Trolls (franchise)

Trolls is an American computer-animated media franchise created by DreamWorks Animation, based on the Troll doll. The franchise consists of two feature films, Trolls, released in 2016, and Trolls World Tour released in 2020, a television special ...

                                               

Monks Bridge, River Dove

Monks Bridge is a road bridge across the River Dove between Stretton, Staffordshire, and Egginton, Derbyshire. A bridge has existed here since the early 13th century, though much of the current structure dates to the 15th century. It formerly car ...

                                               

Hsiung-Zee Wong

Hsiung-Zee Wong is a composer, artist, and designer who was born in Hong Kong. She moved to the United States in 1966, where she worked as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. Wong studied at the University of Hawaii until 1968. In 1970, ...

                                               

Full Catastrophe Living

Full Catastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain, and Illness is a book by Jon Kabat-Zinn, first published in 1990, which describes the mindfulness-based stress reduction program developed at the University of ...

                                               

TL431

The TL431 is a three-terminal adjustable precision shunt voltage regulator integrated circuit. With the use of an external voltage divider, TL431 can regulate voltages ranging from 2.5 to 36 V, at currents up 100 mA. Typical initial deviation of ...

                                               

Theotokos Kosmosoteira

The Theotokos Kosmosoteira is a former Eastern Orthodox monastery in Feres, Evros Prefecture, Greece. It was built around 1152 by the sebastokrator Isaac Komnenos, a son of the Byzantine emperor Alexios I Komnenos. The monastery became the core o ...

                                               

Umm al-Walid

The village of Umm al-Walid is located south of the Jordanian capital Amman, according to archaeological studies. But, the citizens consider this area as in need of rehabilitation, in order to put it on the Jordanian archaeological map. It belong ...

                                               

Ishoʿbokht

Ishoʿbokht was a Persian legal scholar, Christian theologian and philosopher. He is known through his writings and a few references to them. His dates are not known precisely and little can be said of his life other than that he served as the met ...

                                               

Othem Church

Othem Church is a medieval church in Othem on Gotland, Sweden. It was built in the 13th century and contains several medieval murals.

                                               

Monastery Gate in Torun

The Monastery Gate in Torun also the Gate of the Holy Spirit or the Gate of the Lady - one of the three gates of medieval Torun that have survived to this day.

                                               

Norton Flats

Norton Flats was a historic Spanish Colonial Revival courtyard apartment complex in Los Angeles, California. It was designed by San Francisco architect Leonard L. Jones and constructed in 1924 and 1926.

                                               

Castle Argyle Arms

Castle Argyle Arms is a historic seven-story luxury apartment building in Hollywood, California. It was designed by San Francisco architect Leonard L. Jones in 1928.

                                               

Palazzo Mastelli del Cammello

Palazzo Mastelli del Cammello is a Gothic palace in Venice, Italy. It is located in Cannaregio district, on the Campo dei Mori and the Rio Madonna dellOrto.

                                               

Heaton Park Congregational Church

Heaton Park Congregational Church is a former church in Prestwich in Greater Manchester. It has been listed Grade II on the National Heritage List for England since April 1986. It was designed by Alfred Waterhouse in the Gothic Revival style and ...

                                               

Redcliffe Road Methodist Chapel, Nottingham

The church began on Mars Hill, Mansfield Road, then it moved to rooms in Sherwood Street before then moving to an iron chapel on Woodborough Road. The foundation stones of the building on Redcliffe Road were laid on 18 October 1883 and it opened ...

                                               

Walter Atherton (architect)

Walter Atherton was an architect and draftsman born in Stoughton, Massachusetts, United States. A Harvard alumni, he also studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge and at the Ecole nationale superieure des Beaux-Arts in Pa ...

                                               

Battle of Baghdad (2006-08)

The Battle of Baghdad was fought during the Iraq War from September 2006 to June 2008, for control of the capital of Iraq in central Iraq. A combined force of U.S. Soldiers, U.S. Marines, U.S. Navy SEALs, and Iraqi Security Forces fought against ...

                                               

Jawad Nasrallah

Sayyid Jawad Kadhim Nasrallah was an Iraqi nobleman that served as the 43rd custodian of the Imam Husayn shrine from 1802 until 1808.

                                               

Mustafa ibn Ali al-Muwaqqit

Mustafa ibn Ali al-Muwaqqit, also known as Muneccimbası Mustafa Çelebi and Koca Saatçi, was an Ottoman astronomer and author of geography from the sixteenth century. Because of his works on the science of timekeeping and practical astronomy, he i ...

                                               

Koza Han

The Koza Han is a historic caravanserai in Bursa, Turkey. It is located in the heart of the citys historic market district.

                                               

Helen Hills

Helen Hills is a British art historian and academic. She was appointed Professor of History of Art at the University of York in 2008. She has published several books and articles on art and architectural history. She has particular interest in th ...

                                               

Zachary Armstrong

Zachary Armstrong is an American artist who works in painting, in sculpture and installation. Being self-taught, Armstrongs work often features children imagery and personal motives. The senior curator of exhibitions at the Wexner Center for the ...

                                               

Statue of Josephus Daniels

A statue of Josephus Daniels, the former publisher of the Raleigh News and Observer, was installed in 1985 at the east-facing edge of Raleigh, North Carolinas Nash Square, in the United States.

                                               

Ahron Ben-Shmuel

Ahron Ben-Shmuel, also known as Ben Shmuel, Aaron Ben Shmuel was an American artist, known for his direct carvered stone sculptures, figural granite work and paintings. He worked for the Works Progress Administration, and he was associated with l ...

                                               

DeKalb County Confederate Monument

The DeKalb County Confederate Monument is a Confederate memorial that formerly stood in Decatur, Georgia, United States. The 30-foot stone obelisk was erected by the United Daughters of the Confederacy near the old county courthouse in 1908.

                                               

George Washington (Bartholomew)

George Washington is a statue of the first president of the United States by the same name located in Baltimore, Maryland. Erected in 1857 in, the sculpture is located at the main entrance of Druid Hill Park.

                                               

Columbus Monument (Canessa)

The Columbus Monument is one of three monuments to Christopher Columbus in Baltimore, Maryland. Erected in 1892 in Druid Hill Park, the sculpture is known to be the second oldest monument in Baltimore towards the Italian explorer, the first being ...

                                               

Statue of Christopher Columbus (Baltimore)

The Christopher Columbus Monument was a marble statue of the explorer Christopher Columbus in the Little Italy neighborhood of Downtown Baltimore, Maryland. The monument was brought down by protesters and dumped into the Inner Harbor on July 4, 2 ...

                                               

Statue of Benjamin Franklin (Columbus, Ohio)

A statue of Benjamin Franklin stands inside the Franklin County Government Center in Columbus, Ohio. The 12-foot work was created by sculptor James P. Anderson, created in 1974. It was cast in 18 pieces from his maquette. Its cost was estimated a ...

                                               

Statues of Joseph and Hyrum Smith

Two bronze statues of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum Smith are located at Temple Square in Downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. They were created in 1907 by Mahonri Young using the death masks of Joseph and Hyrum. They were originally located next ...

                                               

William M. Tryon

Reverend William Milton Tryon was an American missionary, pastor, Baptist minister and co-founder of Baylor University together with some leading Baptist missionaries, Rev. James Huckins and Judge R.E.B. Baylor and inspired the formation of Chris ...

                                               

Statue of Junipero Serra (Los Angeles)

A statue of Junipero Serra was installed in Father Serra Park, a park in Los Angeles, California between the Santa Ana Freeway and the citys Chinatown district.

                                               

Statue of Junipero Serra (San Francisco)

A statue of Junipero Serra was installed in San Franciscos Golden Gate Park, in the U.S. state of California. The memorial was toppled during the George Floyd protests in June 2020. Other statues of Junipero Serra were involved as the protests ex ...