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Waddy (disambiguation)

A waddy is an Australian Aboriginal war club. Waddy may also refer to: Waddy, Kentucky, United States, an unincorporated community within Shelby County Waddy Wachtel born 1947, American musician, composer and record producer Stack Waddy, a Britis ...

                                               

Cardinal Newman (disambiguation)

Cardinal Newman can refer to: John Henry Newman, an Anglican and later Roman Catholic theologian and cardinal. Roman Catholic educational institutions named after the theologian include: Schools Cardinal Newman Catholic High School Warrington, En ...

                                               

Natalie Coleman

Since winning MasterChef, she has been appointed to oversee the menu of a new restaurant Hello Darling which opened next to the Old Vic Theatre in May 2019.

                                               

Lackey

Lackey Place, California, a town in Kern County, California Lackey Ridge, a topographical feature in Antarctica Lackey, Virginia, a town in York County, Virginia Lackey, Kentucky, a town in Floyd County, Kentucky Lackey, Mississippi, a town in Mo ...

                                               

Fog eater

In railroad slang, an engineer. In meteorology, "A white bow in the clouds during foggy weather is so called. Such a bow was seen in England during January, 1888. A week preceding, the weather had been clear, sunshiny, and genial, then followed s ...

                                               

David Welch

David Welch may refer to: David Welch optical engineer born 1960, American businessman and research scientist David Welch historian, English historian David E. Welch 1835–?, Wisconsin state assemblyman and senator David A. Welch born 1960, Canadi ...

                                               

Daphne Charlton

Charlton was born near York in the north of England and studied at the Slade School of Fine Art in London from 1927. At the Slade she met her future husband, George Charlton, who was a teacher there and who she married in 1929. The couple settled ...

                                               

All India Conference of Indian Christians

The All India Conference of Indian Christians is an ecumenical organisation founded in 1914 to represent the interests of Christians in India. It was founded to advocate for the moral, economic, and intellectual development of the Indian Christia ...

                                               

Baron de Binder (1782 ship)

Baron de Binder was launched in 1782. She made two voyages as a slave ship. Then in 1793 she became the privateer Duguay-Trouin. After one cruise the French Navy requisitioned her and she served as a corvette for almost three years. The navy retu ...

                                               

Ann Davidson Kelly

Ann Davidson Kelly was a British medical almoner and a pioneer of British social work playing a key role in the formation of the British Association of Social Workers.

                                               

David Burgess

David or Dave Burgess may refer to: David Burgess, English murderer of three girls in Beenham, England Dave Burgess politician born c. 1959, Canadian politician Dave Burgess footballer born 1960, English footballer David Burgess luthier, American ...

                                               

First day of BBC television

The first scheduled, high-definition television programmes were broadcast on 2 November 1936 by the British Broadcasting Corporation. They had been preceded by a number of low-definition BBC test broadcasts, as well as a 180-line Deutscher Fernse ...

                                               

Raban Adelmann

Raban Adelmann was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Eugen Maucher

Eugen Maucher was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Samir Saba

Samir Saba, is a Dominican journalist and television producer and presenter. Saba is the producer of the TV program Famosos Inside and presenter of the entertainment segments of the TV news programs Mas que noticias and Enfoque Final, broadcast o ...

                                               

Wendell Smith (sportswriter)

Wendell Smith was an African American sportswriter who was influential in the choice of Jackie Robinson to become the first African American player in Major League Baseball in the 20th century. In 1993 Smith was named the winner of the J. G. Tayl ...

                                               

Sean Cunningham

Sean Cunningham may refer to: Sean Cunningham soccer born 1993, American soccer player Sean Cunningham basketball born 1986, American-Dutch basketball player Sean S. Cunningham born 1941, American film director, producer, and writer Sean Cunningh ...

                                               

Sam Rowley

Sam Rowley is an amateur photographer specialising in wildlife photography. Originally from London, he now lives in Bristol, UK where he works at the BBC Natural History Unit.

                                               

Kim Tomczak

Kim Tomczak is a Canadian artist known for his work in performance art, photography and video art. Born in Victoria, B.C. in 1952, he graduated from the Vancouver School of Art in 1975. Tomczak has collaborated exclusively with his partner Lisa S ...

                                               

Freda Coleborn

Coleborn was born in India and was educated at Leeds High School in England and then studied at the Royal College of Art in London, becoming an Associate of the Royal College in 1936. As well as working as an art teacher, Coleborn produced design ...

                                               

The Great Adventure (play)

The Great Adventure is a play by Arnold Bennett. It was first produced in London in March 1913 and ran for 674 performances. A Broadway production later in 1926 ran for 52 performances. The play depicts the complications that ensue when a famous ...

                                               

Richard Thornton (disambiguation)

Richard Thornton may refer to: Richard Thornton physician, American physician Dr. Richard Thornton House, a house in Halifax County, Virginia, United States Richard Thornton cricketer 1853–1928, English first-class cricketer Richard Thornton 1776 ...

                                               

William Blount (disambiguation)

William Blount was an American statesman land speculator. William Blount may also refer to: William Grainger Blount 1784–1827, American congressman William Blount MP for Much Wenlock, in 1542, MP for Much Wenlock William B. Blount born 1954, Alab ...

                                               

William Clarkson (disambiguation)

William Clarkson was a co-founder and Admiral of the Royal Australian Navy William Clarkson, Willy Clarkson, Bill Clarkson or Billy Clarkson may also refer to: William H. Clarkson 1872–?, artist William Clarkson missionary, 19th-century Irish mis ...

                                               

Ringwood (disambiguation)

Australia Ringwood East, Victoria Ringwood North, Victoria Ringwood, Queensland Ringwood, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne Canada Ringwood, Ontario, a hamlet in the town of Whitchurch-Stouffville United States Ringwood, Oklahoma Ringwood, New Jers ...

                                               

Paul Barnes

Paul Barnes may refer to: Paul Barnes musician 1901–1981, American clarinetist and saxophonist Paul Barnes pastor born 1954, former senior pastor of Grace Chapel in Douglas County, Colorado Paul Barnes designer born 1970, prominent figure of mode ...

                                               

James Thorne (preacher)

James Thorne, was an English Methodist preacher, leader of the Arminian Bible Christian Church and editor of the Bible Christian Magazine.

                                               

Jeff Green

Jeff Green writer born 1961, former PC gaming editor-in-chief of 1UP.com Jeff Green multimedia artist born 1956, radio, television, and multimedia producer and director Jeff Green comedian born 1964, English comedian and writer

                                               

The Desperate Man (novel)

The Desperate Man is a novel written by French author Leon Bloy and originally prepared for publication in 1886 but officially published in 1887. That the authors first novel should have had such a rocky start seems characteristic of the life of ...

                                               

Police abolition movement

The police abolition movement is a political movement in the United States that advocates replacing policing with other systems of public safety. Police abolitionists believe that policing, as a system, is inherently flawed and cannot be reformed ...

                                               

Richmond Opera

Richmond Opera is an opera company based in Richmond, London in the UK. Originally founded as Isleworth Baroque in 2004, Richmond Opera performs a fully-staged opera each year at the Normansfield Theatre in Teddington, along with concerts, semi-s ...

                                               

Battle of Mayoyao Ridge

The Battle of Mayoyao Ridge was a battle of the Philippines campaign of 1944–1945 during World War II. From July 26, to August 9, 1945, Filipino soldiers of the 11th Infantry Regiment, United States Army Forces in the Philippines – Northern Luzon ...

                                               

Quest for a Heart

Quest for a Heart is a 2007 animated film directed by Pekka Lehtosaari. It is based on the Rolli character created by Allu Tuppurainen, and while it is the third Rolli film, it is also the first Rolli animation. It is also one of the first animat ...

                                               

I Want to Live! (score)

I Want to Live! is the debut film score composed, arranged and conducted by Johnny Mandel, for the 1958 film of the same name directed by Robert Wise. In addition to Mandels score, the film features jazz themes performed by Gerry Mulligans Jazz C ...

                                               

Balade, New Caledonia

Balade, also written Balaide, is a village located in the north of New Caledonia. It was the site of the establishment of a Catholic mission in 1843. A church still exists in the village. According to New Caledonia Tourism, the bay of Balade is t ...

                                               

Friedrich Hogner

Born in Oberwaldbehrungen, today Ostheim, Hogner was the son of the Protestant pastor Andreas Hogner and his wife Mathilde, nee Stadler. He attended the Gymnasium Carolinum Ansbach, then the Lehrerseminar in Altdorf and finally studied music at t ...

                                               

Closed

Closed may refer to: Closed GmbH, a German fashion brand Closed class, in linguistics a class of words or other entities which rarely changes Closed album, a 2010 album by Bomb Factory Closed poker, a betting round where no player will have the r ...

                                               

Hans-Rudolf Wenk

Wenk was born in Zurich, Switzerland in 1941 and grew up in Basel. He studied crystallography at the University of Zurich under the direction of Prof. Fritz Laves and obtained a PhD in 1965. In 1966, he went to California, first on a postdoctoral ...

                                               

Matthias Deyle

Rosamunde, 1990 Der Junge mit dem Jeep, 1986 Luftpiraten - 113 Passagiere in Todesangst, 2000 The Aviator, 2004 Slap Her. Shes French, executive, 2002 Sentimental Journey, 1987 Hanna von acht bis acht, 1983 The Calling, 2000 Polizeiruf 110, 1996- ...

                                               

Peter von Schaumberg

Peter von Schaumberg was from 1424 until his death Bishop of Augsburg Peter von Schaumberg came from the Thuringian-Franconian noble family von Schaumberg. The starting point of the race is the ancestral castle Schaumburg in southern Thuringia on ...

                                               

House of the Prince of Naples

The House of the Prince of Naples is a Roman townhouse located in Region VI, Insula XV, entrances 7 and 8 in the archaeological site of Pompeii near Naples, Italy. The structure is so named because the Prince and Princess of Naples attended a cer ...

                                               

Eddie Chan

Eddie Chan Shu-fai is a Hong Kong pro-democracy politician of the New Territories West, social activist, former vice-convener of the Civil Human Rights Front, Secretary of the Hong Kong Catholic Justice and Peace Committee, president of the Lingn ...

                                               

Zhokhoi Chuzho

Zhokhoi Chuzho is a Naga actor. He is well known in Nagaland for starring in the 2017 film Nana - A Tale of Us which was a critical and commercial success in the state. His other role includes Little boy, Enter My World and Nani Teri Morni.

                                               

Venus Records & Tapes

Venus Records & Tapes is an Indian music record label company, founded by Ganesh Jain and Ratan Jain in 1988. It is primarily known for publishing and marketing Bollywood music soundtracks and Indi-pop music.

                                               

Sayed Mehboob Shah Qadri

Sayed Mehboob Shah Qadri, popularly known as Sayedbhai, is a social reformer from Pune, India. He was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award of India, for his work in social services in 2020.

                                               

Aisyah (2019 TV series)

Aisyah is an Indonesian drama television series produced by Tripar Multivision Plus. It premiered on 23 July 2019 to 14 August 2019 on ANTV and It stars Indah Permatasari and Aliff Alli.

                                               

Sadeq Amani

Sadeq Amani was a member of Islamic Coalition Party who was born in 1930 in Tehran. He was working in the market and had activities in religious sciences, too. Sadeq Amani was a Mujtahid. This Iranian Shia Muslim was joined --during his youth per ...

                                               

Edward Kennedy (disambiguation)

Ted Kennedy was a United States Senator from Massachusetts. Edward Kennedy may also refer to: Edward J. Kennedy born 1951, American politician from Massachusetts Edward Stewart Kennedy 1912–2009, historian of science Edward Joseph Kennedy 1851–?, ...

                                               

Betty Ann Norton

Norton was born in 1936 or 1937 and grew up in Dublin near the South Circular Road. Her mother, Frances, played the violin and her father, Eugene, was a baritone singer. Frances was a full-time homemaker while Eugene worked as manager of the Baco ...

                                               

Ansariya ambush

The Ansariya ambush took place during the conflict between the Israel Defense Forces occupying South Lebanon and the Islamic Resistance movement of Hezbollah. A unit from the Israeli Navy’s special operation unit, Shayetet 13, on mission in South ...