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Bayfield 40

The design was built by Bayfield Boat Yard in Clinton, Ontario, Canada, starting in 1984, but the company went out of business in 1988 after a factory fire and production ended then.

                                               

Jozsef Halzl

Jozsef Halzl is a mechanical engineer, co-founder of the Hungarian Democratic Forum and Honorary Life Chairman of the Rakoczi Association.

                                               

Philosophia (album)

Philosophia is the 14th studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on October 21, 1998. Produced by Hamada and Jody Gray, it was Hamadas first release by Polydor Records. The album was reissued alongside Hamadas past release ...

                                               

Brian Collins

Brian Collins may refer to: Kid Ink born 1986, American rapper Brian Collins cricketer born 1941, former English cricketer Brian Collins basketball born 1984, American college basketball coach Brian Collins 1970s singer born 1950, American countr ...

                                               

The Accountant of Auschwitz

The Accountant of Auschwitz is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Matthew Shoychet and released in 2018. The film centres on lawyer Thomas Walthers prosecution in the 2010s of former Schutzstaffel agent Oskar Groning, focusing in part on th ...

                                               

8: Kindred Spirits (Live from the Lobero)

8: Kindred Spirits is a 2020 live album by American jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd. The album was released on 28 February 2020 on Blue Note Records to positive critical reviews.

                                               

Shin Ultraman

Shin Ultraman is a Japanese movie scheduled to be released in 2021, produced by Tsuburaya Productions, Toho, and Color. It is based on the 1966 special effects television drama Ultraman, and the title logo describes it as a "fantasy special effec ...

                                               

Outernet London

Outernet London is the name of a mixed use development currently under construction in the West End of London. Construction follows more than a decade of planning. The site is adjacent to the new Crossrail Tottenham Court Road/Charing Cross Road ...

                                               

Paul Lambert (journalist)

Lambert started work as an electrician. He then moved into broadcasting and became a BBC field producer for news and politics programmes. He became well known among journalists and politicians for shouting pointed questions at government minister ...

                                               

The Hypnotists Love Story

The Hypnotists Love Story is a 2011 novel by Australian author Liane Moriarty. It tells the story of Ellen O’Farrel, a hypnotherapist, who becomes involved with a widower being stalked by his ex-girlfriend. The book is Moriartys fourth novel.

                                               

Something More (1999 film)

Something More is a 1999 Canadian comedy film directed by Rob W. King. It stars Michael A. Goorjian, Chandra West, David Lovgren and Jennifer Beals. The film was written by Peter Bryant, and produced by Minds Eye Entertainment.

                                               

Mr Faint-Heart

Mr Faint-Heart is a 1931 comedy play by the British writer Ian Hay. It was staged at the Shaftesbury Theatre in Londons West End between 20 April and 20 June 1931. In 1935 it was adapted into a film All at Sea directed by Anthony Kimmins and star ...

                                               

Alla Larionova

Alla Dmitrievna Larionova - Soviet and Russian theater and film actress. Peoples Artist of the RSFSR. Wife of the Peoples Artist of the RSFSR Nikolai Rybnikov. They raised two daughters - Alyona from Larionovas previous relationship with Ivan Per ...

                                               

Hamza Essalih

Hamza Essalih, is a Dutch-Moroccan kickboxer. As of May 2019 he was the #10 ranked Bantamweight in the world by Combat Press.

                                               

Evelyn Carow

Evelyn Carow is a German movie editor. Working for state-owned production company DEFA, she was closely involved in the production of many films that are now considered classics of East German cinema.

                                               

Kat Corbett

Kat Corbett is an American disc jockey, voice artist, screenwriter and music supervisor. A DJ for SiriusXM since 2016, she hosts the Locals Only radio show on KROQ. She was the mid-day DJ on KROQ from 2005-2020. Corbett has done voice work for cl ...

                                               

Bridlewood

Bridlewood, Nebraska, a neighborhood in Omaha, Nebraska, United States Bridlewood, a neighborhood in Bristow, Virginia Prince William County, United States Bridlewood, a neighbourhood in the Tam OShanter-Sullivan and LAmoreaux neighbourhoods in T ...

                                               

College Park

College Park, Saskatoon, a neighbourhood College Park Toronto, a shopping mall, residential and office complex in Toronto College Park East, Saskatoon, a neighbourhood

                                               

Crossroads Mall

Crossroads Mall may refer to: In United States of America: Crossroads Mall Virginia, a small shopping mall in Airport, Roanoke, Virginia The Crossroads Portage, Michigan, a shopping mall in Portage Kalamazoo, Michigan Crossroads Mall Boulder, for ...

                                               

Ultra College of Engineering and Technology

Ultra College of Engineering and Technology was established in the year 2009. It is a technical institution offering undergraduate and postgraduate programs in various disciplines of engineering and technology. The college is located 6 km from Ma ...

                                               

State Board of Technical Education, Bihar

State Board of Technical Education, Bihar is a governing body for polytechnic institutes in Bihar state of India. It is constituted under department of science and technology, Government of Bihar for the purpose of examination and certification o ...

                                               

Fathima Michael College of Engineering and Technology

Michael College of Engineering and Technology was established in the year 2009. It is a technical institution offering undergraduate and postgraduate programs in various disciplines of engineering and technology. The college is located 15 km from ...

                                               

P.T.R College of Engineering and Technology

P.T.R College of Engineering and Technology was established in 2001 by Sasikala Memorial Educational Trust. This college is ISO 9001-2015 certified and offers five undergraduate courses. This institute is located 2 km from Madurai city corporatio ...

                                               

Latha Mathavan Engineering College

Latha Mathavan Engineering College is a private engineering college in Tamil Nadu, India established in 2007. It is a technical institution offering undergraduate programs in various disciplines of engineering. The college is located in Kidaripat ...

                                               

Vaigai College of Engineering

Vaigai College of Engineering was established in the year 2012. It is a technical institution offering undergraduate programs in various disciplines of engineering. The college is situated at about 25 km from Madurai and 5 km from Melur. The coll ...

                                               

NSTL

NSTL refers to the National Standards Testing Laboratory in Rockville, Maryland former National Space Technology Laboratory, now John C. Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, Mississippi Naval Science and Technological Laboratory, An Indian nat ...

                                               

List of lakes in the Washington D.C. area

The Washington metropolitan area has several important lakes and reservoirs. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers created several of the reservoirs in the Washington D.C. area.

                                               

Metlhayotlhe Beleme

Metlhayotlhe Beleme is an Anglican bishop in Botswana. Beleme trained as an electrician and worked at the Jwaneng diamond mine until 1989. He studied for the priesthood at Lelapa la Jesu Seminary; and at the National University of Lesotho. He was ...

                                               

AC Infra

AC Infrastructure Holdings Corporation or simply AC Infra is the Ayala Corporation’s wholly owned subsidiary that is established to develop and invest in growing infrastructure of the public and private sectors in mass transportation, urban mobil ...

                                               

General Jose de San Martin (disambiguation)

General Jose de San Martin or General San Martin may refer to the Argentine general Jose de San Martin. The term may also refer to: Libertador General San Martin Department, San Luis General San Martin Partido Teatro General San Martin in Buenos ...

                                               

Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario

Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario is a Canadian federal government agency responsible for fostering the innovation and business growth in southern Ontario region. FedDev Ont is one of the six Regional Development Agencies i ...

                                               

Delhi–Saharanpur–Dehradun Expressway

The Delhi–Saharanpur–Dehradun economic corridor is a proposed expressway in India between Delhi and Dehradun. The expressway is spread across the states of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand and passes through cities such as Baghpat, Shamli and ...

                                               

Subodha Kumar

Prof. Subodha Kumar is the Paul R. Anderson Distinguished Chair Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management at Fox School of Business, Temple University. At Temple University, he is the Founding Director of the Center for Data Analytics an ...

                                               

Shibalapur

Shibalapur is a village in Sangamner taluka of the Ahmednagar district in Maharashtra, India. The village is known for its temples, particularly Bhairavnath Temple and Shahashibali Baba Temple. The village is 35 km from Shirdi, a town known as th ...

                                               

Ballance, New Zealand

Ballance is a farming community in Tararua District and Manawatū-Whanganui region of New Zealands North Island. The main settlement is located on the west back of the Mangahao River, south and west of Woodville and 11 km north-west of Pahiatua. T ...

                                               

The Marches Local Enterprise Partnership

The Marches Local Enterprise Partnership is one of 39 Local Enterprise Partnerships set up by the UK Government to drive economic development in England. Established in May 2011, the LEP covers the geographical boundaries of the local authorities ...

                                               

Nina Demme

Nina Demme was a Russian polar explorer, biologist and ornithologist. She was one of the first women to explore the arctic and have charge of a polar expedition. Raised in an polyamorous household, in Kostroma, she attended the first womens gymna ...

                                               

The economy of the Russian Empire after the abolition of serfdom

In the second half of the nineteenth century, it became clear that the preservation of the power and political influence of the Russian Empire is impossible without reform and transformation of the entire political system. Among the economic prer ...

                                               

Camilo Prieto Valderrama

Camilo Prieto Valderrama is a Colombian surgeon, philosopher and environmentalist. He is the founder of the NGO Movimiento Ambientalista Colombiano and has done extensive social and health work, as well as advocacy and claiming on environmental i ...

                                               

Oleksandr Yefremov (functionary)

Oleksandr Yefremov is a Ukrainian association football functionary, who worked as a General director of FC Karpaty Lviv and a General director of the Ukrainian Premier League.

                                               

Handover (disambiguation)

Handover may refer to: Hand-Over, in animation, the process of adding finger hand motion capture data to a full-body motion capture data Handover political, the political transfer of power Transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong, a 1997 event ofte ...

                                               

Japanese submarine I-5

The Japanese submarine I-5 was the sole Junsen 1 Mod. class aircraft-carrying submarine of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Launched on 19 June 1931, I-5 was the first Japanese submarine to operate an aircraft, mounting a single Yokosuka E6Y floatplan ...

                                               

0R

0R or 0-R may refer to: 0-rated supply, or Zero-rated supply, items that are not charged a tax on their input supplies zero ohmΩ electric resistance for representing a Resistor component with zero ohm in electronic circuit board design diagram do ...

                                               

Abul Fazal Atwar Husain

Husain was born on 21 August 1918 in Noakhali, Noakhali District, East Bengal, British India. His father was from Bogra and was in Noakhali working as the deputy magistrate. He graduated from Noakhali Zilla School and then Dhaka College. He gradu ...

                                               

19th EAC Ordinary summit

The 19th EAC Ordinary summit was held on 23 February 2018 in Kampala, Uganda. The focus of the summit was deepen regional integration through infrastructure development and financing for health. on the agenda of the meeting was the status of the ...

                                               

Gborogboro and Meme

Gborogboro and Meme were twins and the first man and woman in Lugbara mythology. Gborogboro and Meme were a pair of twins created by the supreme god Adroa. The twins were created and lived in a place called Loloi, which was located near Juba in m ...

                                               

Enventure Engineering

Enventure Engineering LLP is an Engineering, Supply Chain, Asset Management, and Compliance Services company headquartered in Bangalore, India, with a subsidiary in Chicago, IL, USA. The company specializes in providing engineering design service ...

                                               

Antonino Letteriello

Antonino Letteriello is the first President of the Data Association Management Italy Chapter and European Coordinator for the International Data Association Management Letteriello started his career in the public transport industry in 2006, worki ...

                                               

Water buffalo (disambiguation)

The water buffalo is a domesticated bovid widely kept in Asia, Europe and South America. Water buffalo can also refer to: Various other smaller species in the genus Bubalus Water buffalo incident, a racial controversy at the University of Pennsyl ...

                                               

National Gendarmerie of Gabon

The National Gendarmerie of Gabon is the national police force of Gabon responsible for the enforcement of the law enforcement. It is under the direct command of the President of Gabon. The Gendarmerie is also in charge of the Republican Guard. T ...