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Adarius Pickett

Adarius Pickett is an American football safety for the New England Patriots of the National Football League. He played college football at UCLA.

Discovery Park

Discovery Park may refer to: Discovery Park Chula Vista, California Discovery Park Purdue, a research park at Purdue University, Indiana, United States Discovery Park, a park at Copernicus Science Centre, Warsaw, Poland Discovery Park Seattle, a ...

Boston Bulldogs

The Boston Bulldogs can refer to the following sports teams: Boston Bulldogs NFL, a professional American football team that was originally the Pottsville Maroons, playing in Boston in 1929 Boston Bulldogs WBCBL, a professional womens basketball ...

WSWF-LD

WSWF-LD is a low-powered television station licensed to Orlando, Florida. The station, which broadcasts its digital signal on virtual channel 10 and UHF channel 29, is owned by Major Market Broadcasting and licensed to Major Market Broadcasting o ...

Live in Boston

Live in Boston is the name of at least three albums. Live in Boston film: a concert film of a concert performed by The Who on September 24, 2002 in Boston, Massachusetts Fleetwood Mac: Live in Boston: A DVD / CD set of a concert recorded in 2003, ...

Touro College Los Angeles

Touro College Los Angeles is a division of Touro University Worldwide and is part of the Touro College and University System, a private, not-for-profit, coeducational institution based in New York City. TCLA has separate men’s and women’s divisio ...

1928 Washington gubernatorial election

The 1928 Washington gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1928. Incumbent Republican Roland H. Hartley defeated Democratic nominee A. Scott Bullitt with 56.22% of the vote.

Bryant

Bryant & Stratton College, a proprietary college in the United States Bryant University formerly Bryant College, a four-year college in Smithfield, Rhode Island Bryant Homes, a British house builder, part of Taylor Woodrow Bryant Bank, a bank in ...

Marie Y. Lemelle

Marie Lemelle is a film producer, casting director, and publicist. Lemelle also has written two short film screenplays, "Love Code" and "Cornrows, Confusion and Hope." As a long-time journalist, Lemelle has written for several publications across ...

Frank Reynolds (disambiguation)

Frank Reynolds was an American news anchor and journalist for ABC News. Frank Reynolds may also refer to: Frank Reynolds academic, emeritus professor of history of religions and Buddhist studies, University of Chicago Divinity School Frank Reynol ...

Boston Brute Squad

Boston Brute Squad is a club ultimate team from Boston, Massachusetts that competes in the Womens Club Division of USA Ultimate. Brute Squad is a longstanding front-runner in the division, has won the USAU Club National Championships three times, ...

Pehrspace

Pehrspace is an Indie music venue and art gallery situated in Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles. It was founded in 2006 by Adam Hervey and Darren King, and currently owned and operated by Pauline Lay. Pehrspace is an all-ages, not-for-profit art ...

Nadia Dowshen

Nadia L. Dowshen is an American pediatrician and adolescent medicine physician specializing in the care of youth living with HIV infection and medical care to transgender and gender-diverse youth. Dowshen researches health inequality, access to c ...

Molly OToole

Molly OToole is an American reporter whose work focuses on immigration and security. In May 2020, OToole was one of the inaugural recipients of the Pulitzer Prize for Audio Reporting for her work with This American Life concerning the personal im ...

Commonwealth and Council

The gallery was founded in 2010 by artist and curator Young Chung. It began in his apartment on Commonwealth Avenue and Council Street in Historic Filipinotown, where it operated as an informal residency program for emerging artists and a gallery ...

Fisher v. University of Texas

Fisher v. University of Texas may refer to either of two United States Supreme Court cases: Fisher v. University of Texas 2016 alternatively called Fisher II, 579 U.S. ____ 2016, a case which ruled that the University of Texass use of race in the ...

Hawthorne Boulevard (Portland, Oregon)

Hawthorne Boulevard is an east–west street in Portland, Oregon and the dividing line between multiple neighborhoods, although "Hawthorne" is often itself considered its own neighborhood. The street stretches from the Willamette River on the west, ...

Altabira City Tavern

The restaurant was located at the top of Hotel Eastlund, in the northeast Portland part of the Lloyd District. Altabira offered "stunning views of downtown Portland, the West Hills and the twin glass towers of the Oregon Convention Center from th ...

KNUM-LP

KNUM-LP is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting on 96.7 FM in Portland, Oregon, United States. It is owned by the Community Alliance of Tenants and is known as "96.7 The Numberz", airing a rap and hip-hop format.

Seattle Coronavirus Assessment Network

The Seattle Coronavirus Assessment Network is a public health surveillance program established in response to the 2019-2020 coronavirus pandemic. SCAN originated in March 2020 as a partnership between the Public Health department of Seattle and K ...

2020 Washington wildfires

The 2020 Washington wildfire season officially began in March 2020. Based on environmental factors and forest conditions, the Washington–Oregon wildfires were was projected to be the worst in the United States during 2020. Firefighting was expect ...

Old Stone House

Old Stone House may refer to: Old Stone House Museum, in Brownington Village, Vermont Old Stone House Millboro Springs, Virginia Old Stone House Richmond, Virginia/Edgar Allan Poe Museum Old Stone House Winooski, Vermont Old Stone House Washingto ...

Arlington–Union Station Line

The Arlington–Union Station Line, designated Route 13Y, was a bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Union Station in Northwest DC. The line operat ...

Voters for Choice

Co-founded in 1979 by Gloria Steinem and Kristina Kiehl, Voters for Choice was the United Statess largest independent, nonpartisan, pro-choice political action committee. Its mission was to raise money and promote policies to maintain safe, legal ...

Walter Schweidler

Since 2009, Schweidler has occupied the chair for philosophy at the Catholic University of Eichstatt; having previously taught philosophy at the Ruhr University Bochum, the University of Dortmund, and PH Weingarten. He is a student of Robert Spae ...

196th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

The 196th Infantry Division was assembled in the Danzig area of Wehrkreis XX, as a division of the seventh Aufstellungswelle, on 27 November 1939. For the initial deployment of the division, several replacement formations within Wehrkreis XX whos ...

Yehiel Gozal

Yehiel Gozal, is a former Israeli brigadier general and the chairman of the Paratroops Heritage Association. Gozal served in various commanding positions in the Paratroopers Brigade and as commander of the 500th Armor Brigade, as chief of the Sou ...

Tanzania Teachers’ Union

The union was formed in 1993 with the intent of advocating and promoting the rights of teachers in Tanzania. In 2006, the unions president Margaret Simwanza Sitta was appointed as Minister of Education and Vocational Training by President Jakaya ...

Fortress of Islam, Heart of Asia

"Fortress of Islam, Heart of Asia" is a Afghan mujahideen battle song composed in 1919 by Ustad Qasim. It was adopted as the national anthem of Afghanistan from 1992 to 2006 During the late 1990s, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan under the Tali ...

German Clothing Workers Union

The German Clothing Workers Union was a trade union representing people involved in making clothing in Germany. The union was founded in 1888 as the German Union of Tailors. It changed its name frequently until 1894, when it became the Union of T ...

German Textile Workers Union

The German Textile Workers Union was a trade union representing workers in the textile industry in Germany. The union was founded in 1891, at a conference in PoSneck, which brought together various local unions. In its early years, the appropriat ...

Dr. K. A. J. and Cora Mackenzie House

The K.A.J. and Cora Mackenzie House is a Richardsonian Romanesque Revival style building in Northwest Portland, Oregon, situated on the corner of NW 20th Avenue and NW Hoyt Street, just blocks from its partner organization, the William Temple Thr ...

Global Influenza Programme

The Global Influenza Programme is a program launched in 1947 by the World Health Organization with the purpose to provide member states with guidance, support and coordination of activities in order to make their health systems better prepared ag ...

Global Influenza Surveillance and Response System

The Global Influenza Surveillance and Response System is a global network of laboratories that has for purpose to monitor the spread of influenza with the aim to provide the World Health Organization with influenza control information. It was est ...

2020 Esiliiga B

The 2020 Esiliiga B is the 8th season of the Esiliiga B, third-highest Estonian league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 2013.

Moving Mountains (company)

Moving Mountains is a London-based food tech company that manufactures plant-based edibles. The company produces meat alternatives and has a product range that includes sausages, burger patties and other plant-based meat products. The company has ...

Flag of Saint Paul, Minnesota

The flag of Saint Paul is the official municipal flag of Saint Paul, Minnesota. Adopted via a 1932 competition, the current flag is a yellow-blue-yellow horizontal triband. A red shield depicting various aspects of St. Pauls industry and history ...

Landiss Battery

Landiss Battery, also known as Landiss Company, Missouri Light Artillery, was an artillery battery that served in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. The battery was formed by recruiting men from the Missouri State Guard in ...

Cushing Refiners

The Cushing Refiners were a minor league baseball team based in Cushing, Oklahoma from 1923–1925. Cushing played as members of the Class D Southwestern League, the Class D Oklahoma State League and Southwestern League. Baseball Hall of Fame membe ...

Bayfield Boat Yard

Bayfield Boat Yard Limited was a Canadian boat builder originally based in Bayfield, Ontario and later in nearby Clinton, Ontario. The company specialized in the design and manufacture of fibreglass sailboats. The company was founded by Ted Gozza ...

Jean-Joseph de Rafelis de Broves

Jean-Joseph de Rafelis de Broves was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati, and Grand Cross in the Order of Saint Louis.

Senator Brown

Benjamin Gratz Brown 1826–1885, U.S. Senator from Missouri from 1863 to 1867 Michael Donald Brown born 1953, U.S. Shadow Senator from the District of Columbia since 2007 Bedford Brown 1795–1870, U.S. Senator from North Carolina from 1829 to 1840 ...

Margaret Arnstein

Margaret G. Arnstein was an American health expert who focused her efforts in nursing and public health. Throughout her life Arnstein worked for the United States public health sector and several American colleges, eventually becoming dean of the ...

James L. Richardson

James Lowell "Walking Jim" Richardson Jr. was a United States Army lieutenant general during the Cold War. A graduate of West Point who began his military service in the 1930s, Richardson served in Europe during the final months of World War II. ...

War Memorial Stadium

War Memorial Stadium may refer to: War Memorial Stadium Buffalo, New York, former stadium, now demolished Ada War Memorial Stadium, in Ada, Ohio, also known as War Memorial Stadium War Memorial Stadium Wailuku, Hawaii, home of the Hula Bowl World ...

Farrington

Farrington House, Alderley, a heritage-listed house in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Farrington Island, Antarctica Farrington Ridge, Antarctica Farrington Lake, Middlesex County, New Jersey Farrington Highway, Oahu, Hawaii The Farrington, Anguilla

Pacific Western (disambiguation)

Pacific Western may refer to: Pacific Western Airlines, a Canadian airline Pacific Western Airlines Flight 501, a 1984 incident Pacific Western Airlines Flight 314, a 1978 incident Pacific Western Oil Co., an oil company founded in 1928, later me ...

7th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion

The 7th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion was a United States Marine Corps antiaircraft unit that served during World War II. Formed in 1940 as the 7th Defense Battalion, its original mission was to provide air and coastal defense for advanced nav ...

Leed (disambiguation)

Leed is a former soft drink. Leed or LEED may also refer to: Leed Publishing, a Japanese company Melveen Leed born 1943, Hawaiian singer Rick Leed 1955–2017, American television and film producer

Air Warning Squadron 3

Air Warning Squadron 3 was a United States Marine Corps aviation command and control squadron during World War II. The squadrons primary mission was to provide aerial surveillance and early warning of approaching enemy aircraft during amphibious ...