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Balbir Singh

Balbir Singh Sr. born 1924, field hockey player Balbir Singh field hockey, born 1945, field hockey player Balbir Singh Kullar 1942–2020, field hockey player and Punjab Police Officer Balbir Singh Kular born 1945, field hockey player and Colonel i ...

La boheme (disambiguation)

La Boheme 1965 film, film adaptation by Franco Zeffirelli La Vie de Boheme 1945 film, film adaptation by Marcel LHerbier La Boheme 1926 film, film adaptation by King Vidor La Boheme 1988 film, film adaptation by Luigi Comencini La boheme 2009 fil ...

Squeezebox (disambiguation)

Squeezebox is a class of musical instruments including accordions and concertinas. Squeezebox or Squeeze box may also refer to: Squeeze box magic trick, an illusion where the magician or his assistant has his head right next to his feet after ent ...

Carnegie expedition of 1896

The Carnegie expedition of 1896 was led by David Carnegie. It covered territory in the center of Western Australia, including the Gibson and Great Sandy Deserts.

Edith Eucken-Erdsiek

Edith Erdsiek was born in Smolensk. Her mother was of jewish descent, her father was from Westphalia. In 1904 the family moved from Kursk to Germany. They first lived in Dusseldorf, then moved to Berlin in 1905 where she later finished school wit ...

Bill Edwards

Bill Edwards may refer to: Bill Edwards businessman, St. Petersburg, Florida businessman Billy Edwards footballer, born 1896 1896–1952, English footballer Billy Edwards 1844–1907, boxer Bill Edwards Australian footballer 1933–2018, Australian rul ...

Albin Brag

He completed his primary schooling in Jonkoping in 1897. From 1898 to 1902, he studied at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, followed by studies at the Technical University of Munich from 1902 to 1903. Then came work at an architectural offic ...

Robert Hogan

Robert Hogan may refer to: Robert Hogan mechanic born before 1920, New Zealand mechanic, co-founder of the Fulton Hogan construction company Robert Hogan academic 1930–1999, American-born author of The Dictionary of Irish Literature, playwright, ...

Beetle (disambiguation)

Beetle game, a British party game the title character of Beetle Bailey, an American newspaper comic strip The Beetle film, a 1919 British silent film Beetle solitaire, a card game The Beetle novel, an 1897 novel by Richard Marsh Beetle comics, th ...

Bianchi

Bianchi Bicycles F.I.V. Edoardo Bianchi S.p.A, an Italian manufacturer of bicycles, and former manufacturer of motorcycles and automobiles Autobianchi, an automobile manufacturer co-founded in 1955 by Fiat, Bianchi and Pirelli, before being fully ...

Bruce Walker

Bruce Walker may refer to: Bruce D. Walker, American physician Robert Bruce Walker politician 1870–1932, New South Wales politician Bruce J. Walker, American engineer, lawyer and government official Bruce Walker rugby league born 1952, Australian ...

Karol Maleczynski

Karol Maleczynski was a Polish historian. Karol Maleczynski was born October 28, 1897 in Grebowo near Tarnobrzeg. He was son of Stefan and Jozefina. Maleczynski attended to gimnazjum in Stanislawow and Lwow from 1907 to 1915. He enrolled at the U ...

Ancona (disambiguation)

Ancona, Alberta, a locale in Canada Province of Ancona, the Italian province that includes the city Ancona, Victoria, a town in Australia Ancona, Illinois, a town in United States of America

Antonio Taffi

Antonio Taffi was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who served in the diplomatic service of the Holy See. He became an archbishop in 1946 and led the offices representing the Holy See in Paraguay, Nicaragua, and Honduras.

Ingiburga of Sweden

Ingiburga of Sweden - Swedish: Ingeborg - may refer to: Ingiburga, Swedish princess consort 14th century, daughter-in-law of King Valdemar of Sweden Ingiburga, Swedish princess around 1253, married John I, Duke of Saxony Ingeborg of Sweden 1263–1 ...

Takasago

Takasago may refer to: Takasago play, a Noh play by Zeami Motokiyo Takasago, Hyōgo, a city located in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan Takasago Volunteers, soldiers in the Imperial Japanese Army recruited from Taiwanese aboriginal tribes State of Takasago ...

Nyan

Nyan may be the name of the following people: Ousman Nyan born 1975, Norwegian footballer Nyan Win born 1953, Burmese politician, Chief Minister of Bago Region from 2011 to 2016 Dougbeh Chris Nyan, Liberian medic and activist Nyan Tun born 1954, ...

Albert Marshall

Albert Marshall may refer to: Albert Marshall veteran 1897–2005, British veteran of the First World War and the last surviving British cavalryman to have seen battle on the Western Front A. L. Marshall Albert L. Marshall, American football player ...

Progressive Conservative Party

Progressive Conservative Party prominently refers to a group of Canadian political parties that are distinct and on the centre-right of the political spectrum:

Reinhard Spitzy

Reinhard Nikolaus Karl Spitzy was an Austrian SS Hauptsturmfuhrer, Nazi official and diplomat. He was a personal assistant to German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, through whom he met Adolf Hitler.

MUFC (disambiguation)

Maidstone United F.C. 1897, predecessor of the current club Madura United F.C., an Indonesian association football club Maidstone United F.C., an English association football club Maidenhead United F.C., an English association football club Mahin ...

Sunbeam (disambiguation)

Xenopeltidae, in Southeast Asia, commonly called the sunbeam snakes Aglaeactis, a genus of hummingbirds commonly called sunbeams Curetis, a genus of gossamer-winged butterflies commonly called the sunbeams

Michal Tyszkiewicz

Michal Tyszkiewicz or Mykolas Tiskevicius is the name of several members of the Polish–Lithuanian noble Tyszkiewicz family: Michal Zygmunt Tyszkiewicz 1903–1974, diplomat and songwriter Michal Stanislawowicz Tyszkiewicz 1857–1930, Ukrainian cultu ...

Ronald Walker

Ronald or Ron Walker may refer to: Ronald H. Walker born 1937, first Director of the White House Office of Presidential Advance and American executive Ronald Walker economist in full Sir Edward Ronald Walker 1907–1988, Australian diplomat and eco ...

Hampden Bridge

Hampden Bridge is the name of two historic bridges in New South Wales, Australia, named after Lord Hampden, who was Governor of New South Wales from 1895 to 1899.

Dracula Sucks

Dracula Sucks is a 1979 American pornographic horror film directed and co-written by Philip Marshak. The film is based on the 1931 film Dracula, and the 1897 novel of the same name by Bram Stoker. It stars Jamie Gillis as Count Dracula, a vampire ...

Lacoste & Battmann

Jacques Lacoste founded the company J. Lacoste et Cie in Paris in 1897 for automobile production. In 1901 the name was changed to Lacoste & Battmann and 1905 in Lacoste & Battmann Ltd. The company sold limited numbers of finished vehicles under i ...

Young America

Young America Township, Carver County, Minnesota Young America Township, Edgar County, Illinois Young America Lake, a lake in Minnesota Young America, Indiana Norwood Young America, Minnesota Young America, Wisconsin

Batas ng.45

Batas ng.45 is a 1991 Filipino action film directed by Fernando Poe Jr. who also stars in the film along with Timmy Cruz, Paquito Diaz, Charlie Davao, R.R. Herrera, and Tito Arevalo. The film was produced and released by Chiba Far East Film Inter ...

Bulgaria (disambiguation)

Second Bulgarian Empire First Bulgarian Empire Transdanubian Bulgaria Bulgaria theme, a Byzantine administrative unit Volga Bulgaria, a historical country on the river Volga Old Great Bulgaria or Great Bulgaria, a historical country just northeas ...

Daily Record

The Daily Record refers to the following newspapers: Australia Daily Record Rockhampton, a newspaper published in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia Scotland Daily Record Scotland, a Scottish tabloid based in Glasgow United States Daily Record Ma ...

D. Walter Conway

Conway was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on November 3, 1898. Educated in the parochial and high schools of Sioux Falls and Columbus College in Chamberlain, South Dakota. He then served in World War I in the U.S. Army. Upon returning from th ...

Dead Men Tell No Tales

"Dead Men Tell Tales", a 2003 episode of The Dead Zone Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, a 2017 film "Dead Men Tell No Tales", 2015 episode of Sleepy Hollow Dead Men Tell No Tales 1938 film, a 1938 British thriller film Dead Men T ...

Grace Paull

Grace A. Paull was an American artist, illustrator, and author. She designed greeting cards, illustrated childrens books, and painted people, landscapes and flowers.

William Snyder

William or Bill Snyder may refer to: William Snyder politician born 1952, American state legislator in Florida Will Snyder, part of American country music duo Caitlin & Will Bill Snyder baseball 1898–1934, American Major League Baseball pitcher B ...

Russell Lake

Russell Lake may refer to several places: United States Lake Russell prehistoric, a prehistoric lake in Mono Basin, east-central California Richard B. Russell Lake, a man-made lake created by the construction of Richard B. Russell Dam in South Ca ...

Chinchilla (disambiguation)

A fur color determined by cat genetics Chinchilla rat or chinchillones, of the family Abrocomidae Chinchilla rabbit, three breeds whose coat that of chinchillas

Guantanamo (disambiguation)

Guantanamo or Guantanamo may refer to: Guantanamo Province in southeastern Cuba Guantanamo Bay, a body of water on the south shore of Cuba Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, a United States Navy Station and prison on the island of Cuba Guantanamo, a city ...

Turku shipyard

Name Turku shipyard usually means either of the following yards in Turku, Finland: Crichton-Vulcan 1924–1989; from 1965 Wartsila Turku Shipyard ; discontinued in 1989 Perno shipyard 1976 –, also known as Wartsila Perno Shipyard, Kværner Masa-Yard ...

Reino

Reino is a Finnish male given name. Notable people with this name include: Reino Aarnio 1912–1988, American architect Reino Kuuskoski 1907–1965, Finnish jurist Reino Oittinen Henrik Oittinen 1912–1978, Finnish politician Reino Hayhanen 1920–1961, ...

Apollon

Apollon may refer to: Apollon ship, transatlantic luxury liner and cruise ship MV Navios Apollon, a Ultra-Handymax bulk carrier vessel Dave Apollon 1898–1972, Russian mandolin player Apollon Musagete, a 1928 ballet by Igor Stravinsky Apollon Lima ...

Bahrami

Zahra Bahrami 1965-2011, Iranian drug trafficker Mohammad Bahrami 1898–1957, Iranian politician Mansour Bahrami born 1956, Iranian tennis player Ameneh Bahrami born 1978, Iranian acid attack victim Sara Bahrami born 1983, Iranian actress Hossein ...

Burbur

Burbur may refer to: Burbur-e Sofla, a village in Lorestan Province, Iran Burbur, Kermanshah, a village in Kermanshah Province, Iran Burbur Tappeh, a village in Golestan Province, Iran Burbur, West Azerbaijan, a village in West Azerbaijan Provinc ...

Satar (disambiguation)

Satar Rural District Persian: دهستان سطر ‎, Kolyai District, Sonqor County, Kermanshah Province, Iran Satar, Iran Persian: سطر ‎, a municipality in Kolyai District, Sonqor County, Kermanshah Province Satar, Deoghar, Deoghar District, Jharkhand St ...

Isotta Fraschini Asso 200

Fabrica Automobili Isotta Fraschini Isotta Fraschini was founded in 1898 to manufacture cars and internal combustion engines. Isotta Fraschini engines powered many Italian airships and military aircraft during WWI, becoming one of the largest eng ...

1st Central Committee

1st Central Committee may refer to: 1st Central Committee of the Party of Communists in Hungary, 1919–1930 1st Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, 1921–1922 1st Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party, 1919–1920 1st Cent ...

Donald Kennedy (disambiguation)

Donald Kennedy was an American scientist, public administrator and academic. Donald Kennedy may also refer to: Don Kennedy born 1930, American radio and TV personality Donald Kennedy footballer 1888–1916, Scottish footballer Donald Mackenzie-Kenn ...

Harold Mitchell

Harold Mitchell may refer to: Harold Mitchell Newfoundland politician 1891–1952, member of the Newfoundland House of Assembly Harold Mitchell media buyer born 1942, Australian entrepreneur, media buyer, philanthropist and humanitarian Harold Mitc ...

John Currie

John Currie may refer to: John Currie athletic director born 1971, athletic director at Wake Forest University John Lang Currie 1818–1898, Australian pastoralist John Currie Australian footballer 1931–1997, Australian rules footballer John S. Cur ...

David Wells (disambiguation)

David Wells is an American baseball pitcher. David Wells may also refer to: David Wells politician born 1962, Canadian senator from Newfoundland and Labrador David H. Wells, photographer and video maker David Wells medium born 1960, British astro ...