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Nenana

Nenana may refer to: Nenana Municipal Airport, a city-owned public-use airport located one mile south of the central business district of Nenana Nenana steamer, a five-deck, western river, sternwheel paddleship Nenana Depot, an Alaska Railroad de ...

                                               

1897 St. Viateur football team

The 1897 St. Viateur football team was an American football team that represented St. Viateur College in the 1897 college football season. The team only played one contest, a 60–0 loss to Notre Dame.

                                               

The World We Live In

The World We Live In may refer to: The World We Live In and Live in Hamburg, a 1985 video release by Depeche Mode "The World We Live In" Life magazine, a science series that ran in Life magazine from 1952 to 1954 Pictures from the Insects Life, a ...

                                               

Wembley (disambiguation)

Wembley is a suburb of the London Borough of Brent, England It may also refer to: Wembley Stadium 1923, the former stadium, built in 1923, demolished in 2003 the English national football stadium located in Wembley, London Wembley Stadium, the cu ...

                                               

Nairn (disambiguation)

Nairn may refer to: Nairn, California, an unincorporated community The Nairn Way, the former transportation route of the Nairn Transport Company. Nairn Transport Company, a pioneering motor transport company that operated a trans-desert route fro ...

                                               

Bryn Beryl Hospital

Bryn Beryl Hospital is a health facility in Pwllheli, Gwynedd, Wales. It is managed by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

                                               

Mount Harding (Alaska)

Mount Harding is a prominent 5.321 ft mountain summit located in the Boundary Ranges of the Coast Mountains, in the U.S. state of Alaska. The peak is situated 4.5 mi southwest of Skagway, and 3 mi south of Face Mountain, on land managed by Tongas ...

                                               

Benjamin Stewart

Ben or Benjamin Stewart may refer to: Mount Ben Stewart, a 3.248 feet 990 m mountain on Douglas Island, Juneau, Alaska and the islands highest point, named for Benjamin D. Stewart Ben Stewart Blue Heelers, a character on the Australian television ...

                                               

Paulette Cherici-Porello

Paulette Cherici-Porello was a Monegasque writer and poet. She was known as the only female author in Monegasque language and was considered to as the most important the most important living writer of Monegasque literature. She was the first fem ...

                                               

History of Nebraska Cornhuskers football

The History of Nebraska Cornhuskers football covers the history of the University of Nebraska–Lincolns football program, from its inception in 1890 until the present day. Nebraska competes as part of the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision, ...

                                               

36th New Brunswick general election

The 36th New Brunswick general election may refer to the 1925 New Brunswick general election, the 36th overall general election for New Brunswick, for the 36th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, but considered the 16th general election for the C ...

                                               

Squint (disambiguation)

A squint is the action of tightening of the muscles around the eye. Squint may also refer to: Squint, a term for strabismus crossed eyes Squint Hunter, coach for the Saint Louis Billikens mens basketball team, 1926–1927 Squint album, a 1993 album ...

                                               

Johan van Dorsten

Van Dorsten already wanted starting writing when he was young. However, his father wanted him to go for a "real" job, what he did. When he got a dauther, after two sons, he wrote a childerens book. Later Alains book about Staphorst. But because t ...

                                               

Magnificent Seven elephants

The Magnificent Seven elephants were seven bull elephants who lived in Kruger National Park in South Africa through the 1980s. They were so-named for the impressive 50 kg of ivory in their tusks. In 1980, park management decided to promote the se ...

                                               

Cambie

Cambie may refer to: Henry John Cambie 1836–1928, Ireland-born engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway chiefly responsible for having Vancouver, British Columbia, designated the terminus of Canadas transcontinental railroad Things named for Henr ...

                                               

Royal Bank Building

Royal Bank Plaza, a Toronto office complex which serves as the de facto headquarters of the Royal Bank of Canada Royal Bank Building, Toronto, a name used for two different office buildings in the Torontos Financial District Toronto, Ontario Old ...

                                               

Welwyn (disambiguation)

Welwyn is a village and civil parish in Hertfordshire, England. Welwyn may also relate to: Places Welwyn Welwyn North railway station Welwyn Tunnel rail crash Welwyn RFC, a rugby football club Welwyn Roman Baths, an archaeological site Welwyn Gar ...

                                               

Ann M. Clarke

Ann Margaret Clarke was a developmental psychologist who conducted research into children with learning disability. Clarke was born in Madras, India. She studied psychology at the University of Reading where she met Alan D.B. Clarke who would bec ...

                                               

Robert K. Brinton

Robert K. Brinton was a pioneer American rock climber, ski mountaineer and professional chemist. Along with his frequent climbing partner, Glen Dawson, he made numerous first ascents in California, British Columbia, and Utah in the 1930s and name ...

                                               

Kellett

Kellett may refer to: Kellett XR-10, a military transport helicopter Kellett KD-1 a.k.a. Kellett R-2, a 1930s American autogyro Kellett Island, a former island in Hong Kong. Kellett railway station, in Kellett, Manitoba, Canada Kellett Fellowship ...

                                               

37th New Brunswick general election

The 37th New Brunswick general election may refer to the 1930 New Brunswick general election, the 37th overall general election for New Brunswick, for the 37th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, but considered the 17th general election for the C ...

                                               

Luther College

Martin Luther University College, in Waterloo, Ontario; affiliated with Wilfrid Laurier University and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada Luther College Saskatchewan, in Regina; affiliated with the University of Regina and the Evangelical ...

                                               

Prejudice (1949 film)

Prejudice is a 1949 American black-and-white drama film produced by the Protestant Film Commission and Edmund L. Dorfmann Productions. Directed by Edward L. Cahn, it stars David Bruce, Mary Marshall, Tommy Ivo, and James Seay. The story centers o ...

                                               

Aureliu Manea

Aureliu Manea studied theatre directing under Radu Penciulescu 1930-2019 at the Ion Luca Caragiale Academy of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography in Bucharest, graduating in 1968. The same year, he made his debut as a director with a highly origin ...

                                               

Claude Larochelle

Claude Larochelle was a Canadian hockey journalist. During his career, Larochelle led a campaign to try and save the Quebec Nordiques franchise and is the only Quebec City journalist to have his name engraved on the Hockey Hall of Fame.

                                               

R13

R13 or R-XIII may refer to: R-13 missile, a 1955 Soviet missile system a thermal insulating value, see R-value insulation R13 drug, a drug under development for Alzheimers disease Lublin R-XIII, a 1931 Polish army-cooperation plane Chlorotrifluor ...

                                               

Atlanta Memorial Park

Atlanta Memorial Park is a public park in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, Georgia. The approximately 200-acre park lies adjacent to Peachtree Creek, a tributary of the Chattahoochee River. The park is a memorial to those who died in the Battle ...

                                               

Piedmont College (disambiguation)

Piedmont College is the common name of many colleges including: Piedmont Technical College, a two-year community college in the Lakelands region of South Carolina Georgia Piedmont Technical College, a technical college in Clarkston, Georgia Weste ...

                                               

Southeastern University (disambiguation)

Southeastern University usually refers to: Southeastern University Florida in Lakeland, Florida, USA Southeastern University may also refer to: Southeastern Baptist College in Laurel, Mississippi University of Southeastern Philippines in Davao Ci ...

                                               

Frederik Christian Kaas (1725–1803)

The son of Commander Hans Kaas and Agatha Rodsteen nee Banner, Frederik Christian Kaas was born on 1 December 1725 at Rydbjerg near Ringkobing fjord. In 1748 he was granted leave to travel to Holland at his own expense for treatment of a wound on ...

                                               

Tina Young Poussaint

Tina Young Poussaint is a Professor of Radiology at the Harvard Medical School and a Neuroradiologist at the Boston Childrens Hospital. In 2010 she served as President of the American Society of Pediatric Neuroradiology.

                                               

Jim Justin

James "Jim" Godfrey Justin was an American politician and politician who served as the mayor of Vancouver, Washington from 1974 from 1984.

                                               

The Fourth Horseman

"The Fourth Horseman" Stargate SG-1, two-part episode 2005–06 "The Fourth Horseman", episode of Survivors "The Fourth Horseman" Millennium, 1998

                                               

Senator Ellis (disambiguation)

Powhatan Ellis was a U.S. Senator from Mississippi. Senator Ellis may also refer to: Rodney Ellis born 1954, Texas State Senate Affie Ellis, Wyoming State Senate Johnny Ellis born 1960, Alaska State Senate Frank Burton Ellis 1907–1969, Louisiana ...

                                               

Doris Schmidauer

Doris Schmidauer is an Austrian environmentalist and party official for The Greens – The Green Alternative. Schmidauer has served as the First Lady of Austria since January 2017 as the wife of Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen.

                                               

Helene Fuld

Helene Fuld may refer to: Helene Fuld College of Nursing, New York City, founded in 1945 Helene Fuld Health Trust, a trust for nursing education, founded in 1935 as the Helene Fuld Health Foundation College of Health Professions, Helene Fuld Scho ...

                                               

38th New Brunswick general election

The 38th New Brunswick general election may refer to the 1935 New Brunswick general election, the 38th overall general election for New Brunswick, for the 38th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, but considered the 18th general election for the C ...

                                               

195 (disambiguation)

195 A.D. is a year. 195 may also refer to: Alabama State Route 195 Arizona State Route 195 Utah State Route 195 1935-1947, a former state highway in northwestern Davis and southwestern Weber counties\ Utah State Route 195 1947–2007, a former stat ...

                                               

Wallen

Peter Wallen born 1965, Swedish ice hockey player Mona Wallen-Hjerpe sometimes called Sjosalakvinnan 1932-2008, Swedish author and criminal Martti Wallen born 1948, Finnish operatic bass singer Hans Wallen born 1961, Swedish sailor Sigurd Wallen ...

                                               

Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Santa Fe

The Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, Santa Fe Campus commonly shortened as Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Santa Fe, ITESM Campus Santa Fe or Tec Santa Fe, is a campus of the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Ed ...

                                               

Combinatorics of Experimental Design

Combinatorics of Experimental Design is a textbook on the design of experiments, a subject that connects applications in statistics to the theory of combinatorial mathematics. It was written by mathematician Anne Penfold Street and her daughter, ...

                                               

Roosevelt Park

Roosevelt Park senior housing, first senior housing project in the United States, built in 1936 Theodore Roosevelt National Park, a U.S. national park near Dickinson, North Dakota Roosevelt Park, Michigan, a city Roosevelt Park Albuquerque, New M ...

                                               

Kensal House

Kensal House is a housing estate of two curved blocks of 68 housing association flats at the northern end of Ladbroke Grove, London, completed in 1937 and designed by the architect Maxwell Fry. It was the first modernist block in the UK designed ...

                                               

Helltown

Helltown may refer to: Born to the West, a 1937 John Wayne film reissued as Hell Town Helltown, Ohio Halifax, Nova Scotia, perhaps originally due to the nickname, "Hell," which American soldiers gave to the city when imprisoned there. Also, see t ...

                                               

Times List of the 10 Best Graphic Novels

Time s List of the 10 Best Graphic Novels is an unranked list of the 10 best graphic novels published between 1938 and 2006. The list was compiled by Time Magazine critic Lev Grossman. The list of the period was published as a supplement to Time ...

                                               

Assiniboine (disambiguation)

The Assiniboine are a Native American/First Nations people. Assiniboine may also refer to: Assiniboine language, one of the Siouan languages Places Fort Assinniboine, Montana, U.S. Assiniboine River, a river that runs through the prairies of West ...

                                               

Mission Dafoe

Mission Dafoe was a World War II Special Operations Executive medical and military expedition to Yugoslav Partisans in Eastern Bosnia. The group was led by Major Colin Scott Dafoe, a Canadian-born surgeon, and included two young British sergeants ...

                                               

Winnipeg (disambiguation)

Winnipeg is a city in Canada and the capital of the province Manitoba. Winnipeg may also refer to: HMCS Winnipeg FFH 338, a Canadian frigate. Winnipeg electoral district, a former federal electoral district in Manitoba, Canada Winnipeg Capital Re ...

                                               

Charles F. Gumm Jr.

Charles Francis Gumm, Jr., was a fighter pilot in the United States Army Air Forces and a flying ace of World War II. He was the first pilot to shoot down an enemy plane in a North American P-51 Mustang and was the first flying ace of the 354th F ...

                                               

Keep Punching

Not to be confused with the 2013 Killer Goose Films documentary of the same name Keep Punching is a 1939 film with an all African American cast. Performers in the film include Dooley Wilson and George Wiltshire. The film also features boxing cham ...