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Run Like a Thief

Run Like a Thief is a 1967 American-Spanish comedy crime film directed by Bernard Glasser and starring Kieron Moore, Ina Balin and Keenan Wynn. A soldier of fortune makes off with a fortune in diamonds, but has to go to great lengths to evade his ...

                                               

DECwriter

The DECwriter series was a family of computer terminals from Digital Equipment Corporation. They were typically used in a fashion similar to a teletype, with a computer output being printed to paper and the user inputting information on the keybo ...

                                               

Alaris (disambiguation)

A brand of medical infusion pump produced by Cardinal Health Kodak Alaris, a manufacturer and marketer of traditional photographic supplies A brand of 3D desktop printer from Objet Geometries Alaris, a regional rail network run by the Spanish nat ...

                                               

2020 shooting of Oakland police officers

In late May and early June 2020, two ambush-style attacks occurred against security personnel and law enforcement officers in California. The attacks left two dead and injured three others. The attacks began on May 29, when a drive-by shooting oc ...

                                               

Knights Of

Knights Of was founded in 2017 by Aimee Felone and David Stevens, who previously worked for Scholastic. In 2018 the company set up a pop-up bookshop, #ReadTheOnePercent, on Coldharbour Lane in Brixton, and in 2019 they established a permanent boo ...

                                               

Maria Collazo

Maria Collazo was a Uruguayan educator and journalist. She was active in Buenos Aires and she was repatriated to Uruguay in 1907.

                                               

Georges Cukierman

Georges Cukierman was a French resistant and communist activist. He was the grandfather of French Senator Cecile Cukierman.

                                               

Roberta Foster

Roberta Foster is a Barbadian dressage rider. She competed at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima where she became 11th in the finals. She competed also at the 1999 Pan American Games and is the most successful dressage rider from Barbados in his ...

                                               

Martha Crossley

Crossley was born in Northowram in 1775 at Folly Hall, Ambler Thorn. Her father, John Turner, was a farmer and he was married to Sarah. Her father had been a worsted manufacturer. She married 28 January 1801 to John Crossley despite her parents o ...

                                               

Wanchalearm Satsaksit

Wanchalearm Satsaksit is a Thai pro-democracy activist and political exile. He was an activist for human rights in Thailand and HIV protection in various countries. Wanchalearm is an alleged lese majeste offender according to a report released in ...

                                               

Christine-Zoe de Montjoye

Christine-Zoe de Tuilliere-Montjoye, Marquise de Dolomieu, was a French courtier. She was the Premiere dame dhonneur of the French queen Maria Amalia of Naples and Sicily. She was the daughter of comte Gustave de Montjoye and married Alphonse de ...

                                               

Jose Maria Obaldia

Jose Maria Obaldia is a Uruguayan teacher, writer, and lexicographer. His poems have been sung by several important Uruguayan singers, such as Los Olimareños, Teresita Minetti, Los del Yerbal, Wilson Prieto, Ricardo Comba, etc. He presided over t ...

                                               

Lyons Hall (University of Notre Dame)

Lyons Hall is one of the 31 Residence Halls on the campus of the University of Notre Dame and one of the 14 female dorms. It is located on South Quad, and constitutes the "Golden Coast" with Morrissey Hall and Howard Hall. Built in 1926-1927, it ...

                                               

Scene from Hospital Life

Scene from Hospital Life is a c.1514 monochrome fresco fragment by Pontormo, originally in Florences ospedale di San Matteo, from which it was removed in the 18th century when that building was converted into a museum. It is now in the citys Gall ...

                                               

Barbara Banister

Banister was born in Epsom to Annie Rita Barrow and Frederick Banister, an architect. After attending Worcester Park School at Westgate-on-Sea in Kent, Banister took private art lessions before entering the Royal College of Art. After a period wo ...

                                               

Princess Eyi

Later that year, the conspirators tried again. Their plan was for Princess Eyi to invite Huo to a feast, and then to ambush Huo and kill him. They would then depose Emperor Zhao and make Prince Dan emperor. The conspiracy was revealed by a servan ...

                                               

Helen Behan

Helen Behan is from Bettystown, County Meath, Ireland. During her student day in college, Behan attended part-time acting courses at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin.

                                               

Maud MacLellan

Maud Lilburn MacLellan OBE was a Scottish commanding officer of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry. Whilst being obliged to serve with the ATS during the war she taught the future Queen Elizabeth to drive.

                                               

Count of Lerin

Count of Lerin is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and of Constable of Navarre, granted in 1424 by Charles III to Luis Beaumont, grandchild of Louis of Evreux and a great-grandchild of Joan III of N ...

                                               

Marie of Mecklenburg

Marie of Mecklenburg or Marie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin may refer to: Duchess Marie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1854–1920, daughter of Grand Duke Frederick Francis II of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Princess Augusta of Reuss-Kostritz Duchess Marie Louise o ...

                                               

Elisabeth Sophia of Brandenburg

Elisabeth Sophia Hohenzollern von Brandenburg, commonly known as Elisabeth Sophia of Brandenburg, was a Princess of Brandenburg and the daughter of John George, Elector of Brandenburg, and his third wife, Elisabeth of Anhalt-Zerbst. Elisabeth Sop ...

                                               

GroSherzogin Elisabeth

Duchesse Anne former German ship GroSherzogin Elisabeth, built in 1901 GroSherzogin Elisabeth ship German sail training ship, built in 1909 as San Antonio

                                               

Malladi Subbamma

Malladi Subbamma born in Pothardhakam in Repella of Guntur district. She was a feminist writer, rationalist, and editor of Stree Swetcha. She worked for the upliftment of women by focusing on their education. She became a prominent figure in unit ...

                                               

Bishkanyar Deshot

In the Land of Poison Women, also known as Bishkanyar Deshot, is a 2019 Pangchenpa language feature film from India by Manju Borah. The story is based on distinguished litterateur Yeshe Dorjee Thongchi’s much acclaimed work. The language Pangchen ...

                                               

Chenari, India

Chenāri or Chanāri is a census town and corresponding community development block in Rohtas district of Bihar, India. As of 2011, the town of Chenari had a population of 6.569, while Chenari block had a population of 131.528. Major commodities pr ...

                                               

Rajpur, Rohtas

Rajpur is a village and corresponding community development block in Rohtas district of Bihar, India. As of 2011, the village of Rajpur had a population of 11.780, in 1.778 households, while Rajpur block had a population of 75.213.

                                               

Natkhat

Natkhat is a 2020 Indian short film directed by Shaan Vyas and written by Vyas and Annukampa Harsh. It stars Vidya Balan as a mother educating her young son about gender equality. It premiered on YouTube as part of the We Are One: A Global Film F ...

                                               

S. Anungla

S. Anungla is the first full-time female pastor amongst the Chang Naga tribes in Nagaland. In 2011, she was appointed to the position at Chang Baptist Church in Kohima.

                                               

Yolande of Aragon (disambiguation)

Yolande of Aragon may refer to: Yolande of Aragon = Violant of Aragon, queen consort of Castile, daughter of James I the Conqueror 1236–1301 Yolande of Aragon = Yolanda of Aragon, duchess of Calabria, daughter of Peter III the Great 1273–1302 Yol ...

                                               

Duke of Hijar

Duke of Hijar is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted in 1483 by Ferdinand II to Juan Fernandez de Hijar, Lord of Hijar and later also Duke of Lecera and Aliaga.

                                               

Boris Alekseevich Kurakin

In 1809 he was sent to review the Volga provinces and the following year his father then Russian ambassador in Paris invited him to carry congratulations to Napoleon on his marriage to Marie-Louise of Austria. After his return to Russia he served ...

                                               

Topia (disambiguation)

Topia is a city and seat of the municipality of Topia, in the state of Durango, north-western Mexico. Topia may also refer to: George Thopia Tanush Thopia Thopia family, one of the most powerful Albanian feudal families in the Late Middle Ages To ...

                                               

Brederode

Brederode may refer to: Frans van Brederode 1465-1490, who conquered Rotterdam in 1488 during the Hook and Cod wars Gerbrand Adriaensz Bredero 1585-1618, Dutch poet whose name is sometimes misspelled Brederode Van Brederode, a Dutch noble family ...

                                               

Meganthias

Meganthias is a genus of marine ray-finned fish from the subfamily Anthiinae, part of the family Serranidae, the groupers and sea basses. They are found in the Indo-Pacific region and the eastern Atlantic Ocean.

                                               

Choranthias

Choranthias is a genus of marine ray-finned fish from the grouper and sea bass family Serranidae. It was created in 2012 and the name is a compound of the Greek chora meaning "room" or "space" and anthias meaning a "seafish", a reference to the b ...

                                               

Baldwinella

Baldwinella is a genus of marine ray-finned fish from the grouper and sea bass family Serranidae. It was created in 2012 and the name honours Carole C. Baldwin of the Division of Fishes at the National Museum of Natural History, recognised her co ...

                                               

Raymond House

by state then town Raymond-Morley House, Austin, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Travis County Raymond-Ogden Mansion, Seattle, Washington, listed on the NRHP in King County Liberty G. Raymond Tavern and Barn, Kenilworth, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in ...

                                               

Weber House

Weber House may refer to: in the United States by state John Weber Farm, Camp Springs, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Kentucky Martin Weber House, Saint Paul, Minnesota, NRHP-listed Weber-Schuchert House, Victoria, Texas, listed on the NRHP in T ...

                                               

Peter Boroffka

Peter Boroffka was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Prostemma

The following species are included: Prostemma concinnum Walker, 1873 Prostemma sanguineum Rossi, 1790 Prostemma australicum Kerzhner & Strommer, 1990 Prostemma oeningensis Heer, 1853 Prostemma carduelis Dohrn, 1858 Prostemma antipodes Kerzhner, 1 ...

                                               

San Zeno (disambiguation)

San Zenon, a municipality of the Department of Magdalena, Caribbean region

                                               

Indoor swap meet

An indoor swap meet in the United States, especially Southern California and Nevada, is a type of bazaar, a permanent, indoor shopping center open during normal retail hours, with fixed booths or storefronts for the vendors. Indoor swap meets hou ...

                                               

Ahangar Kola

Ahangar Kola or Ahangar Kala or Ahangarkala may refer to several places in Iran: Ahangar Kola, Qaem Shahr Ahangar Kola, Savadkuh Ahangar Kola, Dabudasht, Amol County Ahangar Kola-ye Olya, Amol County Ahangar Kola, Mahmudabad Ahangar Kola, Amol Ah ...

                                               

Lubomirski Palace

Lubomirski Palace is the name of several palaces of the Lubomirski family: Lubomirski Palace, Opole Lubelskie Lubomirski Palace, Przemysl pl:Palac Lubomirskich w Przemyslu Summer Palace, Rzeszow pl:Letni Palac Lubomirskich w Rzeszowie Lubomirski ...

                                               

Gagarins Grandson

The film tells about the dark-skinned pupil Gena Gagarin, whom the artist Fyodor takes to his family. They have a hard way to learn to understand each other.

                                               

Philippine House Committee on Labor and Employment

The Philippine House Committee on Labor and Employment, or House Labor and Employment Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives.

                                               

Criminal Code (Spain)

The Criminal Code is a law that codifies most criminal offences in Spain. The Code is established by an organic law, the Organic Law 10/1995, of November 23, of the Criminal Code. Section 149 of the Spanish Constitution establishes the sole juris ...

                                               

Aspellinae

Aspellinae is a taxonomic subfamily of predatory sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks within the large family Muricidae, the murex snails and rock snails.

                                               

John Hasluck Campbell

Campbell was commissioned into the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders Regiment of Foot on 10 September 1875. He became General Officer Commanding East Anglian Division in August 1908 and, having been appointed a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order on ...

                                               

Floral color change

Flowers in a wide range of angiosperm taxa undergo a color change associated with their age, or after successful pollination. The first written record of the term floral color change was in 1877 when Charles Darwin 12 February 1809 – 19 April 188 ...