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Lillian Mobley

Lillian Mobley was an American community activist. She was active in the African-American community of South Los Angeles and was instrumental in the establishment of a major hospital in the neighborhood. According to U.S. Representative Maxine Wa ...

Statue of Juan de Oñate

A statue of Juan de Oñate, called La Jornada, was installed in Alcalde, New Mexico, United States. The monument was removed in June 2020. It was situated outside the Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Center in Alcalde, New Mexico from 1994 to ...

BBQGuys

In 1998, husband and wife Michael and Ladina Hackley founded the Grill Store & More in Baton Rouge, on Tiger Bend Road. The couple were inspired to start their own barbecue grill retailer after passing by a Barbecues Galore store in Des Moines, I ...

James Malone Coleman

Coleman was born on August 26, 1929 in Memphis, Tennessee, the son of Frederick L. Coleman Sr. and Doris Cloar Jacobs. He was educated at the Christian Brothers High School and graduated in 1947. He then served in the United States Army before he ...

National Council on Independent Living

The National Council on Independent Living is an American nonprofit organization focused on disability rights advocacy. It is a membership organization of centers for independent living that provide services, advocacy, and referrals to people wit ...

Hira (mythical monster)

The Hira is a mythical monster who occurs in epic and folklore tales of the Songhai people, particularly the Bozo people who traditionally lived from hunting and fishing along the Niger River. The main source are the tales collected by M. A. Dupu ...

Richard Edward Dereef

Richard Edward Dereef was an American lumber trader, slave owner, and politician. A member of a wealthy mulatto family, Dereef was a prominent member of South Carolinian society but was subject to discrimination due to his race. He was considered ...

Pattison

Pattison may refer to: Pattison, Mississippi, an unincorporated community, US Pattisons Whisky, a blended scotch whisky USS William J. Pattison APD-104, a United States Navy high-speed transport in commission from 1945 to 1946 Pattison surname, p ...

W. D. Chappelle Jr.

W. D. Chappelle Jr. was an American physician and surgeon in South Carolina who opened the People’s Infirmary, a hospital and surgery practice for African Americans in Columbia, South Carolina in 1914. At the time, segregation prevented many Afri ...

Bangorville, Ohio

Bangorville is an unincorporated community in southwestern Jefferson Township, Richland County, Ohio. Settlers from Penobscot County, Maine, formed the community in the 1840s, and named it after Bangor, Maine. One of these settlers, William Moore ...

Devan shimoyama

Devan Shimoyama is a contemporary painter who lives and works in Pittsburgh, PA. He is an Assistant Professor of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. He received a BFA from The Pennsylvania State University in Drawing/Painting in 2011 and a MFA fro ...

Battery F, 1st Missouri Light Artillery

Battery F, 1st Missouri Light Artillery Regiment was an artillery battery unit from Missouri that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. The battery participated in operations in December 1861. Battery F fought at the battles of ...

Oluwatoyin Salau

Oluwatoyin Ruth "Toyin" Salau was an American woman who disappeared on Saturday, June 6, 2020, shortly after tweeting about being sexually assaulted. Salau was found dead in Tallahassee, Florida, on Saturday, June 13, 2020, and her death was conf ...

Princeton High School

Princeton High School may refer to: Princeton High School Texas, Princeton, Texas Princeton High School West Virginia, Princeton, West Virginia Princeton Junior-Senior High School, Princeton, Missouri Princeton Community High School, Princeton, I ...

Cyprus Amax Minerals

Cyprus Amax Minerals was a major US-based mining company formed in 1993 through the merger of AMAX with the Cyprus Minerals Company. It was one of the worlds largest producers of Molybdenum and Lithium and was a leading producer of copper and coa ...

Forest Town raid

The Forest Town raid was a 1966 police raid that targeted LGBT people in Forest Town, Gauteng. The raid led to proposed anti-homosexuality legislation in South Africa. It also helped coalesce the queer community in South Africa.

T49

T49, poisoning by topical agents primarily affecting skin and mucous membrane and by ophthalmological, otorhinolaryngological and dental drugs ICD-10 code

Cleve Hill solar farm

Cleve Hill solar farm is a photovoltaic power station that was approved 28 May 2020. It is sited on the Graveney marshes between Faversham and Whitstable, Kent in the UK. It will generate 350MW of electricity from 900 acres vertical solar panels. ...

WTPS

WTPS may refer to: What the Papers Say, long-running British television show 1956–2008 WTPS-LP, a low-power radio station 94.1 FM licensed to Napoleon, Ohio, United States WTPS AM, a radio station 1240 AM licensed to Petersburg, Virginia, United ...

Hodkinson HT-1

The Hodkinson HT-1 was a U.S., eight place, three-engined sesquiplane, first flown in 1929. Despite an order for five, only one had been completed before Hodkinson Aircraft went bankrupt near the start of the Great Depression. It operated in Guat ...

KFXY

KFXY may refer to: KJIN, a radio station 1490 AM licensed to serve Houma, Louisiana, United States, which held the call sign KFXY from 2000 to 2013 KZLS AM, a radio station 1640 AM licensed to serve Enid, Oklahoma, United States, which held the c ...

KDZA-TV

KDZA-TV was a television station broadcasting on channel 3 in Pueblo, Colorado, which broadcast from March 16, 1953, to May 7, 1954. It was the first television station established in Pueblo. The station shut down due to financial difficulties, c ...

Mount Tom

any of 42 mountains in the United States. including: Mount Tom Massachusetts, a peak of the Metacomet Ridge in the Connecticut River Valley Mount Tom, Massachusetts, village at the foot of the mountain Mount Tom State Reservation Mount Tom Statio ...

WHIM

WHIM may refer to: WHIM syndrome, Wart, Hypogammaglobulinemia, Infection, and Myelokathexis syndrome The Warm–hot intergalactic medium in astrophysics Callsigns WQOS AM, a radio station 1080 AM licensed to serve Coral Gables, Florida, which held ...

WSPY

WSPY may refer to: WLPD-LP, a low-power television station channel 30 licensed to serve Plano, Illinois, which held the call sign WSPY-LP from 1997 to 2013 WLPD-CD, a low-power television station channel 35, virtual 30 licensed to serve Plano, Il ...

WFBT

WFBT may refer to: WFBT defunct, a defunct television station channel 14 formerly licensed to serve Bath, New York, United States WMEU-CD, a low-power television station channel 32 licensed to serve Chicago, Illinois, United States, which held th ...

WWBZ

WWBZ may refer to: WNJC, a radio station 1360 AM licensed to Washington Township, New Jersey, United States, which used the call sign WWBZ from 1948 to 1990 while licensed to nearby Vineland WWBZ-LP, a low-power radio station 102.5 FM licensed to ...

WSHP

WSHP may refer to: WSHP-LP, a low-power radio station 103.3 FM licensed to serve Cary, North Carolina, United States WEEO AM, a radio station 1480 AM licensed to serve Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, United States, which held the call sign WSHP from ...

WWGL

WWGL may refer to: WWLV, a radio station 94.1 FM licensed to serve Lexington, North Carolina, United States, which held the call sign WWGL from 1988 to 2000 WRHD, a radio station 94.3 FM licensed to serve Farmville, North Carolina, United States, ...

WTCN

WTCN may refer to: WCCO-TV, a television station channel 4 virtual/32 digital licensed to Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, which held the call sign WTCN-TV from July 1949 to August 1952 WWTC, a radio station 1280 AM licensed to Minneapolis, ...

WABZ

WABZ may refer to: WABZ-LP, a low-power radio station 101.5 FM licensed to serve Albemarle, North Carolina, United States WQQL, a radio station 93.9 FM licensed to serve Sherman, Illinois, United States, which held the call sign WABZ from 2005 to ...

KZZE

KZZE may refer to: KXYL AM, a radio station 1240 AM licensed to serve Brownwood, Texas, United States, which held the call sign KZZE from 1986 to 1989 KPRV AM, a radio station 1280 AM licensed to serve Poteau, Oklahoma, United States, which held ...

WRAN

WRAN may refer to: Neville Wran, 35th Premier of New South Wales and ALP President IEEE 802.22, a standard for Wireless Regional Area Network WRAN using white spaces in the TV frequency spectrum WSVZ, a radio station 98.3 FM licensed to Tower Hil ...

KCWB

KCWB may refer to: KVBC-LP, a low-power television station channel 13 licensed to Reedley, California, United States, which held the call sign KCWB-LP from 1999 to 2013 KCWE, a television station channel 29 analog/31 digital licensed to Kansas Ci ...

1B

Melatonin receptor 1B Alpha-1B adrenergic receptor The ASCII hexadecimal code for the escape character Interferon beta-1b Arginine vasopressin receptor 1B

Z17

Z17 may refer to: 5-Z17 or Farben chord, in ascending order C-G♯-B-E-A, used in Five Pieces for Orchestra by Arnold Schoenberg Small nucleolar RNA Z17, non-coding RNA ncRNA molecule which functions in the biogenesis modification of other small nu ...

Whippet (disambiguation)

Whippet car, a brand of small cars Whippet B3 locomotive, a 4-4-0 passenger steam locomotive Medium Mark A Whippet, a British tank Whippet A1 locomotive, a 4-4-0 passenger steam locomotive Whippet bicycle, an 1880s safety bicycle USS Whippet, the ...

Park railway in the Neckarauen

The Park railway in the Neckarauen is a Park railway operated by the Club Dampfbahner Plochingen with 127 mm and 184 mm gauges, which was built in 1998 on the Neckarauen, the place where the Landesgartenschau Baden-Wurttemberg took place at that ...

Class 75

Class 75 may refer to: Class 75.8: BBO 29, JDZ 116, PKP Class Okl11, PKP Class Okl12 Class 75.7: BBO 229, JDZ 116 Class 75.561 Class 75.6: BLE Nos. 45 to 49, ELE Nos. 11 to 13, 14, MFWE Nos. 29 to 32 and other locomotives taken over by the Reichs ...

Class 92

Class 92 may refer to: Class 92.63: various locomotives taken over in 1949 by the Deutsche Reichsbahn GDR Class 92.65: various locomotives taken over in 1949 by the Deutsche Reichsbahn GDR Class 92.68: various locomotives taken over in 1949 by th ...

Class 93

Class 93 may refer to: Class 93.1611 + 1612: PE Nos. 7 and 22 Class 93.15: ČSD Class 423.0 British Rail Class 93 InterCity 250, an unbuilt locomotive type, planned by British Rail. Class 93.66: diverse locomotives taken over in 1949 by the Deutsc ...

Class 88

Class 88 may refer to: Class 88.70: LBE T 1 Class 88.72 II: EWA IId Class 88.76: Bremen harbour railway No. 4a British Rail Class 88 2015-, a British Electro-diesel locomotive class British Rail Class 88 unbuilt, Originally a proposed electric va ...

Class 54

Class 54 may refer to: Class 54.13: Bavarian C VI Class 54.1: BBO 260, PKP Class Ti11, ČSD Class 333.1 Class 54.5: ČSD Class 344.3 Class 54.6: Prussian G 5.3 Class 54.4: BBO 460 Class 54.8-12: Prussian G 5.4 Class 54.7: PKP Class Ti2 Class 54.6 I ...

C63

C63 or C-63 may refer to: C-63 Hudson, a 1939 military aircraft Mercedes-Benz C63, a 457HP AMG variant of the C-Class line of automobiles JNR Class C63, a cancelled Japanese locomotive designed in 1956 Caldwell 63 the Helix Nebula, a planetary ne ...

C56

C56 or C-56 may refer to: Sickness Insurance Sea Convention, 1936 code C-56 Michigan county highway Ovarian cancer ICD-10 code Hexachlorocyclopentadiene, an organochlorine compound that is a precursor to several pesticides Planetary nebula refere ...

C55

C55 or C-55 can refer to: Corydoras xinguensis, the Xingu corydoras, a freshwater catfish code C-55 Commando, a World War II transport aircraft a C serie model of Wordtank Japanese electronic dictionary Malignant neoplasm of uterus, part unspecif ...

Class 98

Class 98 may refer to: Class 98.14: BBO Class 399 Class 98.74: Oldenburg T 1.2, LAG Nos. 17 to 49 Class 98.2: Oldenburg T 3 British Rail Class 98 Class 98.7: Bavarian BB II Class 98.8-9: Bavarian GtL 4/4 Class 98.18: LAG Nos. 87 and 88 Class 98.7 ...

Class 89

Class 89 may refer to: Class 89.81: Bavarian D V Class 89.10: various locomotives taken over by the Deutsche Reichsbahn DRB period 1939-48 der Bauart Prussian T 8 Class 89.75: various locomotives taken over in 1949 by the Deutsche Reichsbahn GDR ...

Pratapnagar - Chhota Udaipur Passenger

The 59117/59118/59119 Pratapnagar - Chhota Udaipur Passenger is a passenger train of the Indian Railways connecting Pratapnagar and Chhota Udaipur. It is currently being operated with 59117/59118/59119 train numbers on daily basis.

Steam pipe

Steam pipe may refer to: A component of a district heating system, which distributes heat through an area via heated steam, which is transported through typically buried steam pipes to individual buildings. A pipe designed to carry pressurized st ...