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David Rosenthal

David Rosenthal may refer to: David M. Rosenthal philosopher, philosopher at the City University of New York David H. Rosenthal 1945–1992, American author, poet, editor and translator David Rosenthall, Archdeacon of Singapore, 1947–1947 David M. ...

Sobota

Sobota is the Polish, Czech, Slovak and Slovenian word for Saturday. It appears to be the names of Polish towns holding Saturday weekly fairs. Sobota is also a Czech and Slovak common surname. Sobota may refer to the following places in Poland: S ...

Kim Se-ah

Kim Se-ah is a South Korean actress and model. She is known for roles in dramas such as Seoul 1945, Janghwa Hongryeon jeon and Who Are You: School 2015.

Nordland (disambiguation)

Nordland, a county in Norway Nordland Township disambiguation, the name of several townships in the United States Nordland, Washington, a community in the United States Nordland, Nordland, a village in the island municipality of Væroy in Nordland ...

Bozidar Pesic

Pesic played for a Belgrade-based team Crvena zvezda of the Yugoslav First League for five seasons, from 1970 to 1975. His teammates were Zoran Slavnic, Dragan Kapicic, Ljubodrag Simonovic, Dragisa Vucinic, and Goran Rakocevic among others. With ...

Dennis F. Parker

Dennis F. Parker was an American musician and recording engineer. During six decades in the music industry, Parker earned 7 Grammy Award nominations, 2 Grammys, 5 Latin Grammy Award nominations, and 3 Latin Grammys as a performer or recording eng ...

Stephen Carter

Stephen Carter may refer to: Stephen Carter footballer born 1974, Australian rules footballer Stephen Carter, guitarist with punk band Gallows Stephen Carter MP, Member of Parliament for Scarborough Stephen R. Carter, editor of the Mormon periodi ...

Tenko

Tenko may refer to: Tenko fox Tenkō, the ideological reversal of Japanese socialists between 1925 and 1945 Tenko TV series, a joint BBC/Australian Broadcasting Corporation ABC television drama

DLT

Dose limiting toxicity, in drug development; e.g. see Hydroxycarbamide Distributed ledger technology, a consensus of replicated, shared, and synchronized digital data spread across multiple sites Digital Linear Tape, a computer storage magnetic t ...

Giant-killing

Giant-killing or giant killer may refer to: David and Goliath, a Bible story "Jack the Giant Killer", an English fairy tale Upset competition, in a contest, especially in sport, when an underdog beats the strong favourite Killing a literal giant, ...

Ghostbusters (disambiguation)

Ghostbusters is a 1984 film directed by Ivan Reitman. Ghostbusters, Ghost Busters or Ghostbuster may also refer to: Ghostbusters 2016 film, a 2016 reboot Extreme Ghostbusters, a 1997 animated sequel/spin-off to The Real Ghostbusters The Real Ghos ...

Red Sky at Morning

Red Sky at Morning may refer to: "Red sky at morning", part of a common verse meant to help predict weather Literature Red Sky at Morning Bradford novel, a 1968 novel by Richard Bradford Red Sky at Morning Speth book, a 2004 book by James Gustave ...

Avigdor Shinan

Professor Avigdor Shinan is professor emeritus in the departments of Hebrew Literature, Yiddish and Comparative Jewish Folklore at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Shinan has served as head of the departments of General Studies, and of Hebrew ...

Blue Peter (disambiguation)

The Blue Peter was originally a blue maritime signal flag meaning "P" or "outward bound", flown to warn a ships crew in port of an imminent sailing. Blue Peter also may refer to: Music Blu Peter, Peter Harris producer born 1961 in music Blue Pete ...

Superman Smashes the Klan

Superman Smashes the Klan is a three-part superhero limited series comic book written by Gene Luen Yang with art by Gurihiru and published by DC Comics. It is a Superman story loosely based on the 1946 The Adventures of Superman radio shows story ...

Moonie (disambiguation)

A Moonie is a member of the Unification Church of the United States. Moonie may also refer to: Moonie nickname, a pejorative term sometimes used to refer to members of the Unification movement A member of the worldwide Unification movement

Watson

Watson Systems, maker of shopping trolleys Actavis, a pharmaceutical company formerly known as Watson Pharmaceuticals A. J. Watson, IndyCar roadster chassis constructor A.S. Watson Group, retail division of Hutchison Whampoa Thomas J. Watson Rese ...

Petre Ivan (footballer, born 1946)

Petre Ivan is a Romanian former football left defender. He spent his entire professional career at Argeș Pitești, winning two league titles, being the teams captain at the second one.

Charlton

Charlton County, Georgia Charlton Township, Michigan Charlton, Massachusetts Charlton College of Business at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Charlton, New York

Mount Victoria

In Australia Mount Victoria Tasmania, Australia In Canada Mount Victoria Bow Range, on the Alberta-British Columbia border Mount Victoria British Columbia, Canada, in the Jervist Inlet area of the British Columbia Coast In New Zealand Mount Victo ...

Gunz

Westliche Gunz, or "western Gunz," a river in Bavaria, Germany Ostliche Gunz, or "eastern Gunz," a river in Bavaria, Germany Gunz, a river in Bavaria, Germany Gunz Glacial Stage, name for an early Pleistocene stage used in the Alps

Mohammed Nasim (disambiguation)

Mohammed Nasim may refer to: Mohammad Nasim Guantanamo captive 453, believed to have been born in Shahidan, Afghanistan in 1973. Abu Saleh Mohammad Nasim" born 1946, former Chief of Staff of Bangladesh Army. Mohammad Nasim Guantanamo captive 958, ...

Ghazi Abunahl

Born in 1946, in Barbara, Palestine, Ghazi Kamel Abunahl is a prominent and influential businessman with interests in insurance and reinsurance. He is the shareholder and Chairman of Nest Investments Ltd, a group whose net assets exceed US.3 bill ...

Luis Marcos Bronstein

Luis Marcos Bronstein, was an Argentine chess player, International Master, Chess Olympiad individual bronze medal winner.

Khasi Jaintia Federated State National Conference

The Khasi Jaintia Federated State National Conference was an organization is the Khasi-Jaintia hills, India. As of 1946 KJFSNC petitioned the British authorities to create a Khasi Jaintia Federated States within Assam, merging the existing Khasi ...

Tuta

Tuta may refer to: Locations Tuta, Boyaca, a municipality in Boyaca Department, Colombia Tuta, a village in Targu Trotuș Commune, Bacau County, Romania People Adorcelino Wesley Gomes da Silva born 1984, a Brazilian footballer also nicknamed Tuta ...

Miravalles Protected Zone

Miravalles Protected Zone is a nature reserve in the northwest part of Costa Rica, which forms part of the Arenal Tempisque Conservation Area. The site contains the Miravalles Volcano, which is still active although the last recorded eruption was ...

Hamza Pasha

Hamza Pasha may refer to: Mahmoud Hamza Pasha, Admiral of the Egyptian Navy 1946–1948 Hamza Pasha, governor of Thessaly, Ottoman governor of Thessaly 1459-1462 in succession of Turahanoğlu Omer Bey Silahdar Mahir Hamza Pasha, Ottoman governor of ...

Somaliland (disambiguation)

Somaliland is a politically defined region in East Africa, within the boundaries of present day Somalia. It may also refer to the following political entities that have existed at various times in the regions history.

Victorin Duguet

Ferdinand-Victorin Duguet was a French trade union leader. Born in Saint-Florent-sur-Auzonnet, Duguet followed in the family tradition of coal mining. He worked in the mines at Trelys-Le Martinet from 1918 until 1929, excepting one years military ...

Stephen Morris

Stephen Morris American football born 1992, American football player Stephen Morris runner born 1988, British Paralympic athlete Stephen Morris footballer born 1976, English footballer Steven Morris Australian footballer born 1988, Australian rul ...

Raymond Wong

Raymond Wong may refer to: Raymond Wong civil servant born 1958, current Permanent Secretary for Education and Manpower of Hong Kong Raymond Wong Pak-ming born 1946, Hong Kong film director, producer, scriptwriter and actor Raymond K. Wong, Chine ...

Ebrahim Karimabadi

Ebrahim Karimabadi was an Iranian lawyer, journalist, and cafe owner. He held a bachelor of law from University of Tehran and started his career in journalism in 1946. He owned a daily called Asnaf lit. Guilds and served as the director of anothe ...

Abilene

Abilene biblical, a plain in Syria on the eastern slope of Anti-Lebanon mountain range Abilene, Alberta, Canada

Pasta Poiatti

Domenico Poiatti, born in 1921, in 1940 left Pian DArtogne for military service. Arriving at Mazara del Vallo he falls in love with Eleonora, a local girl. Alberto, the first son, was born on December 8, 1943. Domenico takes his small family to h ...

New Town

New town Alberta, a former municipal status in Alberta, Canada, from 1956 New towns movement New towns of Hong Kong, since the 1950s New towns of Singapore, since 1952 New towns in the United Kingdom, designated under Acts of Parliament since 1946

Eupeodes lundbecki

Resembles other Eupeodes.Determination is problematic. Key references are Haarto, A. & Kerppola, S. 2007 and Bartsch, H., Binkiewicz, E., Råden, A. & Nasibov, E. 2009 and Torp 1994

World Affairs Council (Northern California)

The World Affairs Council, branding itself simply as "World Affairs," is the Northern California chapter of the World Affairs Councils of America, a non-partisan and non-profit organization founded in 1918. It is located in the San Francisco, Cal ...

Christopher Davies

Christopher or Chris Davies may refer to: Chris Davies Conservative politician born 1967, Conservative MP for Brecon and Radnorshire, 2015–19 Christopher Davies sailor born 1946, British sailor Chris Davies footballer born 1985, English football ...

William Gillespie

William or Bill Gillespie may refer to: Willie Earl Gillespie born 1961, American football wide receiver William Gillespie actor 1894–1938, Scottish actor Bill Gillespie footballer 1887–1927, Australian rules footballer Bill Gillespie politician ...

Sean Byrne

Sean Byrne footballer fl. 1920s and 1930s, Irish Soccer player Sean Byrne footballer, born 1989, played in 2010 Shelbourne F.C. season Sean Byrne New Zealand footballer, New Zealand international football player

Wellington East

Wellington East may mean: Wellington East electoral district, was a provincial electoral district in the province of Ontario, Canada Wellington East Girls College, on the lower slopes of Mount Victoria, in New Zealand Wellington East New Zealand ...

Dorel (name)

Dorel Mutica born 1973, Romanian footballer and manager Dorel Zugravescu 1930–2019, Romanian geophysicist Dorel Golan, Israeli pianist Dorel Simion born 1977, Romanian boxer Dorel Balint born 1969, Romanian football defender Dorel Bernard born 19 ...

Yoni (disambiguation)

Yoni is the Sanskrit word for the female genitalia. Yoni may also refer to: Yonin shogi, Japanese chess Yoni massage Yoni Expedition Yoni album, a 2007 album by Ginger

Timothy Williams

Timothy Williams may refer to: Timothy P. Williams, United States Army general Timothy Williams actor born 1967, American actor and screenwriter Timothy Williams author born 1946, British writer Timothy Williams computer programmer Timothy Shaler ...

Alex Gonzalez

Alex Gonzalez, Alex Gonzalez or Alex Gonzalez may refer to: Alexander David Gonzalez born 1992, Venezuelan footballer Alex Gonzalez actor born 1980, Spanish actor Alex Gonzalez shortstop, born 1977, Venezuelan baseball player Alexandre Gonzalez b ...

Enamorada

Enamorada film, a 1946 Mexican drama film Enamorada 1986 TV series, a 1986 Venezuelan telenovela Enamorada 1999 TV series, a 1999 Venezuelan telenovela

Rheinpfalz

Rheinpfalz may refer to: Regions in Germany called Rhenish Palatinate in English Rhenish Palatinate German: Rheinpfalz, the old name for the Palatinate region Pfalz, Rhineland-Palatinate. The name Rheinpfalz is still used in German today for this ...

Soltau (disambiguation)

Soltau is a town in the Luneburg Heath in Lower Saxony, Germany. Soltau may also refer to: Soltau Han station, railway station of Soltau Soltau river, a river of Lower Saxony, Germany

Grand Naniloa Hotel

The Grand Naniloa Hotel is a hotel in Hilo, Hawaii, on the eastern side of the Big Island. It is the largest hotel in the state of Hawaiis second largest city, and has the longest history as a hotel on Hawaii Island.