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St Josephs Church, Wetherby

Prior to the construction of a Catholic Church in Wetherby, services took place in the chapel at Stockeld Park and then later at the church of Church of Mary Immaculate at Sicklinghall. In 1872 a chapel was opened over the coach house at Pelham H ...

Leviathan Movement

The Leviathan Movement is a far-right ultranationalist political party in Serbia, that identifies as an animal rights organization. It has been criticized for its anti-human rights behaviour and ideology. The movement is led by Pavle Bihali, a gr ...

Council of Manzikert

The Council of Manzikert met in 726 to reconcile the Armenian Apostolic and Syriac Orthodox churches. It was convoked by the Armenian catholicos John of Odzun and attended by many Armenian bishops and six bishops of the Syriac church sent by Patr ...

Chidambaresvarar Temple, Kotlambakkam

The presiding deity in the garbhagriha is represented by the lingam known as Chidambaresvarar. The Goddess is known as Sivakamasundari. Shrines of Vinayaka, Lakshmi, Subramania, Vishnu and Arunachalesvarar are found in this temple. Sculptures of ...

Belaya River

Belaya River may refer to the following rivers in Russia: Belaya River Penzhina, a tributary of the Penzhina River in Kamchatka Krai a west-flowing Belaya joins the Aldan west of Yakutsk Belaya Lake Imandra, a tributary of the Lake Imandra in the ...

François Desire Drure

François Desire Jean Drure, OCD was a French prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in Iraq as a bishop and apostolic delegate.

Stephen Sonnenberg

Stephen Sonnenberg is Professor of Medical Education at Dell Medical School, at The University of Texas at Austin where he leads the Universitys undergraduate humanities-focused healthcare education initiative. Educated at Princeton University, H ...

Ashraf Brik

Ashraf Brik is a full professor at the Schulich Faculty of Chemistry at the Technion Institute of Technology, Israel. His laboratory specializes in developing synthetic methods for chemical synthesis of proteins with post-translational modificati ...

C19

HMS C19, a 1909 British C class submarine Boeing C-19, a military designation for the Boeing 747-100 series of aircraft Sauber C19, a 2000 racing car Cierva C.19, a 1929 autogyro built in England HMS Birmingham C19, a member of the first group of ...

Soviet cruiser Vladivostok (1966)

Vladivostok was the second Soviet Navy Project 1134 Admiral Zozulya -class Large Anti-submarine Ship also known as a Kresta I guided missile cruiser. Launched on 1 August 1966, the ship was reclassified a Large Rocket Ship on 3 August 1978 to ref ...

Pentax D FA* 85mm lens

The HD Pentax-D FA* 85mm f/1.4 SDM AW lens is a professional short telepohoto prime lens for the Pentax K-mount. The lens was officially announced on February 26th 2019, launched on June 25th 2020 "A large-aperture, medium-telephoto lens for use ...

Inflexible

Inflexible may refer to: LMS Jubilee Class 5727 Inflexible, a steam locomotive constructed in 1936. Inflexible class ship of the line built for the Royal Navy in the late 16th Century Beardmore Inflexible, a British three-engined all-metal protot ...

Lucean Arthur Headen

Lucean Arthur Headen was an American aviator, inventor, and entrepreneur. An early African-American barnstormer in the 1910s, Headen would go on to be an inventor and found an engineering firm in the United Kingdom.

Timeline of the Syrian Civil War (May–August 2020)

The following is a timeline of the Syrian Civil War from May to August 2020. Information about aggregated casualty counts is found at Casualties of the Syrian Civil War.

Condenser

Surface condenser Condensing steam locomotive Jet condenser

Comet 7-cylinder radial engines

The Comet 7-cylinder radials were a family of air-cooled radial engines, designed and built by the Comet Engine Corporation at Madison, Wisconsin from around 1927.

Air France fleet

Air France operates a fleet of 215 aircraft, its narrow-body fleet consists of all four Airbus A320 family variants. While its long-haul operations are served by the Boeing 777, 787, Airbus A330 and A350 XWB wide-body aircraft.The airline also ha ...

4J

4J or 4-J may refer to: 4J Studios, a Scottish video game developer 4J Road, a section of Wyoming Highway 50 Eugene School Districts designator 4J, the production code for the 1975 Doctor Who serial The Android Invasion Somon Airs IATA code In ai ...

XLA

XLA may refer to: Xbox Live Avatar, a character representing a user of the Xbox video game consoles .xla, a file format for Microsoft Excel add-ins Dow XLA elastic fiber, a marketing name for Lastol Xin Los Angeles, a 2006 container ship register ...

Rational (disambiguation)

Rational may refer to: The Rationals, a former American rock and roll band RationaL rapper, stage name of Canadian hip-hop artist Matt Brotzel Rational Software, a software company now owned by IBM Rational AG, a German manufacturer of food proce ...

Snarf

Snarf, the main character from SnarfQuest, a comic that ran from 1985–1989 in Dragon magazine Snarf Trollz, a character from the animated television series Trollz Snarf ThunderCats, one of several characters on the television show ThunderCats Sna ...

Panhellenic Sanctuary

A Panhellenic sanctuary was a holy sanctuary, shrine or holy place of worship in Ancient Greece, that was open to all Greeks regardless of the city-state it belonged to. These holy places were often the subject of pilgrimages from all the Greek w ...

Integrated Lander Vehicle

The Integrated Lander Vehicle is a human spaceflight lunar lander design concept for the NASA Human Landing System component of the Artemis Program, currently aiming to return humans to the Moon by 2024. Blue Origin is the lead contractor for the ...

Oksana Salamatina

She has MA degrees in International Economics from the Moscow University of Commerce, and Art Gallery Administration from the Fashion Institute of Technology State University of New York, and received a Peggy Guggenheim Foundation Scholarship 1998.

Ferdinand Ludwig

Ferdinand Ludwig is a German architect and the head of the professorship for Green Technologies in Landscape Architecture at the Technical University of Munich. Ludwig is a pioneer of and innovator in the field of Baubotanik, the architectural re ...

Indian locomotive class WAG-6B/C

The Indian locomotive class WAG-6B/C is a class of 25 kV AC electric locomotives that was developed in the 1988 by Hitachi for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, AC Current, Goods engine, 6th generation Second/Third variant. ...

Pittsburgh station

Pittsburgh station may refer to several stations in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Union Station Pittsburgh or Penn Station opened 1903, currently the only operating intercity train station in Pittsburgh

King Street station

King Street station may refer to: San Francisco 4th and King Street Station, a multi-modal station in San Francisco, California, United States King Drive station, an L station in Chicago, Illinois, United States King Street–Old Town station, a Wa ...

Drayton

Drayton Hall, South Carolina, US Drayton, South Carolina, an unincorporated community Drayton, Ontario, Canada Drayton, Georgia, US Drayton, Queensland, Australia Drayton, North Dakota, US

Uxbridge (disambiguation)

Uxbridge Road in Howick, New Zealand and a railroad station on the former Kurow Branch rail line. Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada Uxbridge, Tasmania, a Postal code zone in Tasmania, Australia RAF Uxbridge, Air force base in the UK. Uxbridge, Massachuse ...

Magnet motor

A magnet motor or magnetic motor is a type of perpetual motion machine, which is intended to generate a rotation by means of permanent magnets in stator and rotor without external energy supply. Such a motor is theoretically as well as practicall ...

Christoph Sydow

Sydow had been interested in political journalism from an early age, often carrying around issues of his later employees magazine and impressing classmates by acting as a "walking encyclopedia". While working on his degree in Islamic Studies at t ...

Janicije Duric

Janicije Dimitrijevic Duric, also spelled Janicije Djuric, was the secretary of Karadorde Petrovic, a member of the Governing State Council and the president of the Court of Appeals.

ULE

ULE may refer to: ULE - Ultra Low Energy, is a wireless communication standard, which is used to create wireless sensor and actuator networks. Ultra low expansion glass, made by Corning Incorporated Ule.com, a Chinese e-commerce website ULE sched ...

WSN (disambiguation)

WSN may refer to: Wirth syntax notation, a metasyntax, or formal way to describe formal languages White sponge nevus, an autosomal dominant skin condition South Naknek Airport, Alaska IATA airport code WSN Environmental Solutions, an Australian w ...

METRNL

Meteorin-like/Meteorin-Beta, also known as subfatin and cometin, is a small secreted protein encoded by a gene called meteorin-like. METRNL, also known as subfatin and cometin, is highly expressed in mucosal tissues, skin and activated macrophage ...

George Richards (British Army officer)

Richards was commissioned into the Royal Welch Fusiliers on 16 August 1916. He saw action at the Battle of Aleppo in October 1918 in the Middle Eastern theatre of the First World War. He became commanding officer of the 49th Royal Tank Regiment a ...

Theodosius Okan Sowa

Theodosius Okan Sowa was a Ghanaian diplomat. He was Ghanas first Consul-General to the United Nations and Ghanas ambassador to Mali from 1977 to 1983.

F21

F21 or F-21 may refer to: F-21 Michigan county highway Schizotypal personality disorder, whose ICD-10 code is "F21" F 21 Luleå, a Swedish Air Force wing INS Gomati F21, an Indian Navy Godavari-class frigate HMS Punjabi F21, a 1937 British Royal N ...

Baffle

Baffle or baffles may refer to: Baffles submarine, the blind spot in a submarines sonar created by the body of the submarine Sound baffle, any object designed to reduce airborne sound Baffle heat transfer, a flow-directing or obstructing vane or ...

Georgiana (disambiguation)

Georgiana beetle, a genus of beetles Occirhenea georgiana, a species of snail Quercus georgiana, a species of Oak Wuestneiopsis georgiana, a plant pathogen

Maria Marcos Cedillo Salas

Maria Marcos Cedillo Salas was born in April 1910 in Rancho Palomas, in the Ciudad de Maiz in the state of San Luis Potosi to Maria Concepcion Salas and Homobono Cedillo. Her paternal uncle was the politician and general Saturnino Cedillo, govern ...

Ravinder Nath Bhardwaj

Air Marshal Ravinder Nath Bhardwaj PVSM MVC VM was an ex-officer of the Indian Air Force and a recipient of the Param Vishisht Seva Medal, Maha Vir Chakra and the Vayu Sena Medal.

2012-16 Sanamayn clashes

The 2012-16 Sanamayn clashes was a military confrontation in the city of Sanamayn between the Syrian Arab Army, supported by Hezbollah, and local Syrian opposition fighters during the Syrian civil war. The battle lasted roughly three years until ...

Vastra Gotaland Defence District

Vastra Gotaland Defence District was a Swedish defence district which operated in from 1939 to 2000. Its staff was located in Gothenburg Garrison in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Gothenburg Coastal Artillery Defence

Gothenburg Coastal Artillery Defence was a unit of the Swedish Coastal Artillery which operated from 1942 to 1980. The staff was located in the Gothenburg Garrison in Gothenburg, Sweden. The Gothenburg Coastal Artillery Defence was a naval author ...

Defence district

A defence district was an administrative division of the Swedish Armed Forces, and was a lower regional level subdivision, usually corresponding to a Swedish county. The commander of a defence district was the Defence District Commander, who usua ...

Gabonese Republican Guard

The Gabonese Republican Guard is an independent military formation in the Republic of Gabon that is responsible for protection of government officials and buildings. It is the most powerful security and is responsible for ensuring internal securi ...

79 Squadron

79 Squadron, 79th Squadron or No. 79 Squadron may refer to: Aviation squadrons No. 79 Squadron RAF, a unit of the United Kingdom Royal Air Force 79th Rescue Squadron, a unit of the United States Air Force No. 79 Squadron RAAF, a unit of the Royal ...

49 Squadron

49 Squadron or 49th Squadron may refer to: No. 49 Squadron RAF, a unit of the United Kingdom Royal Air Force 49th Test and Evaluation Squadron, a unit of the United States Air Force 49th Troop Carrier Squadron, a unit of the United States Army Ai ...