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Leonard Thompson

Leonard Thompson may refer to: Leonard Thompson diabetic 1908–1935, first person to receive an insulin injection Leonard Thompson businessman 1914-1976, owner and managing director of Blackpool Pleasure Beach Leonard Thompson author 1916–2004, Ya ...

Calvin Johnson (disambiguation)

Calvin Johnson is a former American football wide receiver for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League. Calvin Johnson may also refer to: Calvin A. Johnson Jr. born 1985, New Orleans jazz musician and actor Calvin Johnson musician born ...

Minnesota ROKKR

The Minnesota ROKKR is an American professional Call of Duty League esports team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The ROKKR is owned by WISE Ventures, a private investments fund owned by the Wilf family, the owners of the Minnesota Vikings, along ...

Tina Rexing

Tina Rexing is an American entrepreneur and baker based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her primary venture from 2015 through 2018 was a combination bakery and cafe called "T-Rex Cookie", whose claim to fame was the size of its cookies, some of which ...

Randolph Mott

Randolph Lawler Mott was an American businessman and Union sympathizer of Columbus, Georgia. A native of Fauquier Co., Virginia, Mott was born on August 9, 1799. He was the son of William Mott and Sally Lawler. Mott apprenticed as a tailor and pu ...

UWG Inc.

UniWorld Group, Inc. branded as UWG, is a full-service advertising agency, headquartered in Brooklyn, New York with satellite offices in Atlanta, Detroit, Miami, and Los Angeles. It is the longest-standing multicultural ad agency in the United St ...

Charles Finley

Charles Finley may refer to: Sam Axe, fictional character on the television series Burn Notice, whose most commonly used alias is "Charles Finley" or "Chuck Finley" Charles Finley coach 1907–1972, college basketball coach for the Idaho Vandals, U ...

Johnson Twin-60

The Johnson Twin-60 was a small, two seat biplane intended for private owners. It had twin engines for safety and the performance and undercarriage designed for short and rough field use. Despite its refinements only one was definitely built

Kendall Almerico

Almerico has been a lawyer for over thirty years. He graduated with his BA in 1985 from the University of Florida College of Journallism and Communications and received his JD in 1988 from the University of Florida College of Law. In 1998, he co- ...

Hog

Usually referring to the domestic pig Pig Sometimes referring to other animals in the family Suidae, including Red river hog Giant forest hog Warthog hog sheep, a yearling sheep, as yet unshorn groundhog hedgehog

Steve Martin (disambiguation)

Steve Martin is an American actor and comedian. Steve Martin may also refer to: Steve Martin sportscaster born 1952, American sportscaster Steve Martin British academic born 1961, Director of the Wales Centre for Public Policy Steve Martin Austra ...

Indian Head

Indian Head can refer to: Indian Head, Saskatchewan, town in Canada Indian Head cent, U.S. one cent coin 1859–1909 Indian Head Rock, a seven-ton boulder with an interesting history found near Portsmouth, Ohio Indian Head Ginger, Costus spicatus, ...

2021 NHL Stadium Series

The 2021 NHL Stadium Series is an upcoming outdoor regular season National Hockey League game, part of the Stadium Series of games that is scheduled for February 20, 2021. The game will feature the Carolina Hurricanes hosting a team to be named a ...

Yurizan Beltran

Yurizan Beltran Lebanue was an American pornographic actress, model and mainstream actress. In addition to her successful pornographic and modeling career Beltran also starred in the 2006 horror film Werewolf in a Womens Prison and later in 2017 ...

William Jennings

William Jennings may refer to: William Jennens 1701–1798, "William the Miser", "William the Rich", the richest commoner in England who died intestate William M. Jennings 1920–1981, one time owner of the New York Rangers of the National Hockey Lea ...

James Brooks

James, Jim, or Jimmy Brooks may refer to: James F. Brooks born 1955, American historian James Brooks bishop 1512–1558, Bishop of Gloucester James Brooks rugby union born 1980, English rugby player James Brooks Texas Ranger 1855–1944, American law ...

William Foley

William Foley may refer to: William R. Foley 1908–1988, American politician William Brown Foley 1855–1916, baseball player William J. Foley 1887–1952, American attorney and politician Bill Foley, American photojournalist William P. Foley II, Amer ...

Blue Prize

Blue Prizes first race and only start as a two-year-old was on May 30, 2016, at Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo, where she came in first. Blue Prize finished second in her first two starts at age three. On October 10, 2016, she won the Grade-1 Arg ...

West Wind

West Wind was a British-bred, French-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare. She did not race until she was three years old but established herself as a top-class middle-distance performe in 2007 when she won the Prix de Diane as well as ru ...

Samuel Brown

Samuel Brown may refer to: Samuel Ashley Brown 1923–2011, English professor at the University of South Carolina Samuel Brown cricketer 1857–1938, English cricketer Samuel Robbins Brown 1810–1880, American missionary to China Samuel Brown Royal Na ...

Diamante Negro

Diamante Negro is a Mexican-bred racehorse most famous for winning the Handicap de las Americas in three consecutive years.

Sicotico

Sicoticos name in Spanish means psychotic. He is bay in color with no markings on his legs or face. However he does regularly have two white bandages on his hind legs during race day. He is a son of Blueformer USA who was by Dynaformer USA, a sir ...

Fred Allen (disambiguation)

Fred Allen was an American comedian. Fred Allen may also refer to: Frederick Lewis Allen 1890–1954, magazine editor and historian Fred Allen rugby union 1920–2012, rugby player and coach from New Zealand Frederick Warren Allen 1888–1961, American ...

Quick Thinker

Quick Thinker was a A$100.000 Inglis Easter purchase and was bred by Bowcock Bloodstock. He is a half-brother to Group III placed The August from stakes-placed Al Maher mare Acouplamas, who comes from the family of Group I classic winners Blackfr ...

Snitzel (horse)

Snitzel is a Group 1 winning Australian thoroughbred racehorse and successful stallion, having sired over 100 individual stakes winners.

Study of Rocks; Creuse

Study of Rocks; Creuse: Le Bloc is an 1889 painting by Claude Monet. It is an oil on canvas and measures 72.4 x 91.4 cm. Monet gave the painting to Georges Clemenceau in 1899 according to Daniel Wildenstein, though Clemenceau is cited as the owne ...

The Joy Thieves

The Joy Thieves is a post-industrial supergroup, consisting of current, former, and touring members of bands such as Ministry, Stabbing Westward, Pigface, Revolting Cocks, Machines of Loving Grace, Marilyn Manson, Depeche Mode, Gravity Kills, Nin ...

Liberty Building

Liberty Building may refer to: in England Liberty Buildings, the temporary name given to the Bluecoat Chambers, Liverpool by the then owner William Lever in Morocco Liberty Building Casablanca, in French: Immeuble Liberte, 1951 paquebot 17-story ...

La Voce di New York

La Voce di New York is a US-based bi-lingual online newspaper directed towards the Italian community in the United States and those interested Italian and Italian-American news, language and culture. According to the Editor, readers in Italy have ...

Abraham B. Baylis

Abraham Burtis Baylis Sr. was an American businessperson who served as president of the New York Stock Exchange during the U.S. Civil War.

Robert Ardini

Robert Ardini is a politician and former advertising executive who was the 2016 Republican nominee for New Yorks 12th Congressional District, losing to Carolyn Maloney and receiving 16.8% of the vote. He is currently running in the Republican pri ...

Sondos Saleh

Sondos Saleh is an Israeli Arab entrepreneur, teacher, activist and politician. A member of the Taal party, she was elected to the Knesset in 2020 as a member of the Joint List.

S N Subrahmanyan

Sekharipuram Narayanan Subrahmanyan is the Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director of Larsen & Toubro. He took over the reins from Mr Anil Manibhai Naik on 1 July 2017. S N Subrahmanyan is also the Vice Chairman on the Boards of LTI and L&amp ...

Harkham

Efrem Harkham, Israeli-born American hotelier from Los Angeles, California. Sammy Harkham born 1980, American cartoonist from Los Angeles, California. Uri Harkham, American businessman from Los Angeles, California.

Elaine Feldman

Elaine Feldman was an Irish public figure and co-founder of the first secondary school for the Jewish community in Dublin.

Steven Canals

Steven Canals is an American screenwriter and producer. He is best known for co-creating and executive-producing the FX television show Pose.

Thema

Thema may refer to: Thema, a subsidiary of Canal+ Group Themma, a genus of moths in the nominate subfamily Oecophorinae in the concealer moth family Thema Omaggio a Joyce, an electroacoustic composition by Luciano Berio Lancia Thema, an executive ...

Moscow State Conference

The State Conference in Moscow was an all-Russian political forum convened by the Provisional Government. The meeting was held in Moscow on August 25–28, 1917. The meeting was convened by the Provisional Government to inform Russian citizens abou ...

Bhirombhakdi family

The Bhirombhakdi family, who founded the countrys first brewery in 1933. Today, the family continues to own the Boon Rawd Brewery group, best known for its Singha beer, as well as other associated businesses. The family, led by Boonrawds grandson ...

Joe Nahmad (New York)

Joseph Joe Nahmad is an American art dealer, and the founder of the New York gallery Nahmad Contemporary located on 980 Madison Avenue. Opened in 2013, the gallery specializes in contemporary artists who rose there prominence during the 1980s, an ...

.And Other Officials

A trade agreement between a Western oil company and Soviet industrialists may not take place. The head of the western delegation suddenly began to demand the replacement of a representative of the USSR.

John Greaves (disambiguation)

John Greaves was an English mathematician and antiquary. John Greaves may also refer to: Johnny Greaves rugby league born 1943, Australian rugby player Johnny Greaves boxer born 1979, English boxer John Ernest Greaves 1847–1945, Welsh slate mine ...

Billings (disambiguation)

Billings Ward, former name of Southgate Ward 73703 Billings, a minor planet Billings Bridge, a bridge over the Rideau River in Ottawa, Canada, named after Braddish Billings Cape Billings, a headland on the northern coast of Chukotka, Russian Fede ...

David Llewellyn

David Llewellyn may refer to: David Llewellyn rugby player born 1970, Wales international rugby union player also known as Dai Sir David Llewellyn, 1st Baronet 1879–1940, Welsh industrialist and financier David Llewellyn academic born 1960, Vice- ...

John Vivian

John Vivian Liberal politician 1818–1879, English Liberal politician John Vivian died 1691, MP for Mitchell John Charles Vivian 1887–1964, United States attorney, journalist, Governor of Colorado John Vivian died 1577, MP for Helston John Ennis V ...

Anthony Hill

Anthony Hill or Antonio Hill or Antony Hill may refer to: Anthony C. Hill born 1957, American politician Anthony Hill rugby union born 1973, Australian rugby union footballer Anthony Hill industrialist 1784-1862, Welsh industrialist, owner of the ...

Benjamin Hall

Benjamin or Ben Hall may refer to: Ben Hall bushranger 1837–1865, Australian bushranger Ben Hall TV series, 1975 Ben Hall baseball born 1983, American college baseball coach and former second baseman Benjamin Hall, 1st Baron Llanover 1802–1867, B ...

Aberconway

Aberconway, the anglicised form of the Welsh placename Aberconwy, may refer to: Charles McLaren, 4th Baron Aberconway born 1948, British peer Henry McLaren, 2nd Baron Aberconway 1879-1953, British horticulturalist and industrialist Laura McLaren, ...

Michael Richardson

Mike Richardson Australian footballer born 1959, former Australian rules footballer Michael Richardson English footballer born 1992, English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder Mike Richardson soccer born 1985, American professional ...

Nathaniel Rothschild

Nathaniel Rothschild may refer to: Nathaniel de Rothschild 1812–1870, banker and vintner, Chateau Mouton Rothschild Nathaniel Meyer von Rothschild 1836–1905, member of the Rothschild banking family of Austria Nathan Mayer Rothschild 1777–1836, Br ...