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Katherine Ramos

Katherine Smiley Ramos Carpio is a Guatemalan retired footballer who played as a forward. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

                                               

Rocio Sosa

Rocio Adelita Sosa Gudiel is a Guatemalan retired footballer who played as a midfielder. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

                                               

Sheny Vega

Sheny Oralia Vega Recinos is a Guatemalan retired footballer who played as a forward. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

                                               

Stephanie Castellon

Stephanie Renee Castellon Cordon is an American-born Guatemalan retired footballer who played as a goalkeeper. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

                                               

Ana Lucia Spross

Ana Lucia Spross Urrutia is a Guatemalan football manager and a former footballer who played as a goalkeeper. She has been a member of the Guatemala womens national team.

                                               

Taiwan Challenge Football League

Taiwan Second Division Football League is the second-ranked division in the Taiwanese football league run by Chinese Taipei Football Association. This League is directly below the Taiwan Premier League. The format will see the league winners gain ...

                                               

1937–38 USM Blida season

In the 1937–38 season, USM Blida is competing in the Second Division for the 5th season French colonial era, as well as the Forconi Cup, and the North African Cup.

                                               

2014 Texas A&M–Commerce Lions football team

The 2014 Texas A&M–Commerce Lions football team represented Texas A&M University–Commerce in the 2014 NCAA Division II football season. They were led by head coach Colby Carthel, who was in his second season at Texas A&M–Commerce. The ...

                                               

Ferry House

A "ferry house" is an old word referring to a ferry station, typically including a residence for the ferry operators. Ferry House may refer to: Ferryhouse, a former industrial school known formally as St Joseph’s Industrial School, in County Tipp ...

                                               

Koki Inoue

Hiroki "Koki" Inoue is a Japanese professional boxer who has held the WBO Asia Pacific light-welterweight title since 2019. He is the younger cousin of boxers Naoya and Takuma Inoue.

                                               

Ina Steenbruggen

Marieke "Ina" Steenbruggen is a Dutch former long track speed skater, who was active from 1973 until 1988. Steenbruggen represented her nation three times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1978 finishing 18th overall ...

                                               

Bethpage Bikeway

In the 1930s, the New York State Department of Transportation built the Bethpage State Parkway to help residents of nearby New York City access Long Island parks. In the 1970s, the Department of Transportation built the original 6.8 mile path fro ...

                                               

Lefroy, Tasmania

Lefroy is a rural locality in the local government area of George Town in the Launceston region of Tasmania. It is located about 46 kilometres north of the town of Launceston. The 2016 census determined a population of 76 for the state suburb of ...

                                               

Galina Blinkova

Galina Petrova-Blinkova is a Soviet and Russian long track speed skater, who was active during her main career in the 1970s. Blinkova represented her nation at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women in 1977, finishing 9th overal ...

                                               

Callan Potter

Callan Potter is an Australian mixed martial artist currently competing in the Welterweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

                                               

List of electric locomotives of India

Z – 2 ft 6 in 762 mm narrow gauge N – 2 ft 610 mm narrow toy gauge W – Broad gauge wide – 5 ft 6 in 1.676 mm First letter gauge Y – Metre gauge yard – 1.000 mm 3 ft 3 ⁄ 8 in D – Diesel A – AC electric AC overhead line C – DC electric DC overhead ...

                                               

Adrian Del Castillo

Del Castillo attended Gulliver Prepatory Academy in Miami, Florida, where he played baseball. As a senior in 2018, he hit.527 with 15 home runs and 35 RBIs. He was selected by the Chicago White Sox in the 36th round of the 2018 Major League Baseb ...

                                               

William Wyatt (cricketer)

William Wyatt was an English first-class cricketer and clergyman. The son of The Reverend William Wyatt, he was born at Islington in November 1842. He was educated Repton School, before going up to Balliol College, Oxford. While studying at Oxfor ...

                                               

2018–19 Sydney Sixers WBBL season

The 2018–19 Sydney Sixers Womens season was the fourth in the teams history. Coached by Ben Sawyer, they finished the regular season of WBBL|04 on top of the ladder to claim their third-consecutive minor premiership while captain Ellyse Perry set ...

                                               

Rallycross (disambiguation)

Rallycross is a term for motorsports where automobiles are raced on closed permanent mixed-surface circuits or temporary unpathed surface tracks. It may refer to: Rallycross, in Europe, a sport where several cars start at a time and travel severa ...

                                               

Autocross (disambiguation)

Autocross, as the term is used in the United States, is a timed race through a course of traffic cones on a flat, paved surface Autocross may also refer to: Motorkhana a somewhat similar form of amateur motorsport practiced in Australia and New Z ...

                                               

The Car Illustrated

The Car Illustrated. A Journal of Travel by Land, Sea, and Air was a British weekly automobile magazine, first published on 28 May 1902. It was edited by Hon. John Scott Montagu MP, the son of Henry Douglas-Scott-Montagu, 1st Baron Montagu of Bea ...

                                               

Ernest Price

Ernest Price may refer to: Ernest W Price, British surgeon, discovered the etiology of podoconiosis Ernest V. Price, American architect Ernest B. Price 1890–1973, American diplomat, university professor, military officer and businessman Ernest Gr ...

                                               

Discovery of nuclear fission

Nuclear fission was discovered in December 1938 by physicist Lise Meitner and chemists Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry in Berlin. Fission was a nuclear reaction or radioactive decay process in which th ...

                                               

List of Basketball Champions League finals

The Basketball Champions League is a seasonal basketball competition established in 2016. It is open to all member nations of FIBA Europe. After a regular season and playoffs, two teams face off in the final. Currently, three teams have won the B ...

                                               

Designing Your Life

Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life is a book by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans that aims to help readers organize themselves through journaling and design thinking. The New York Times best-selling book was published in 2016 ...

                                               

2008 WSBL season

The 2008 WSBL season was the 20th season of the Womens State Basketball League. The regular season began on Friday 28 March and ended on Saturday 2 August. The finals began on Friday 8 August and ended on Friday 5 September, when the Perry Lakes ...

                                               

James Pratt

James Pratt may refer to: James Michael Pratt born 1953, American writer and documentary filmmaker James Norwood Pratt born 1942, author and authority on wine and tea Jimmy Pratt, musician who worked with Hans Koller James Pratt actor, Australian ...

                                               

Joe OGrady (hurler)

Joseph OGrady was an Irish hurler. His career included success at club level with Claughaun and at inter-county level with the Limerick senior hurling team.

                                               

Cut-away

Cut-away is a skydiving term referring to disconnecting the main parachute from the harness-container in case of a malfunction in preparation for opening the reserve parachute. The 3-ring release system on parachutes allows a rapid cut-away in th ...

                                               

Amide (functional group)

In chemistry, the term amide is a compound with the functional group R n E x NR 2, where n and x may be 1 or 2, E is some element, and each R represents an organic group or hydrogen. It is a derivative of an oxoacid R n E x OH with an hydroxy gro ...

                                               

Efficiency (disambiguation)

Efficiency is the extent to which time or effort is well used for the intended task or purpose. Efficiency may also refer to: Efficiency aerodynamics, the amount of lift divided by the aerodynamic drag Efficiency apartment, a one-room apartment E ...

                                               

Canadiana (disambiguation)

Canadiana refers to things related to the country of Canada. Canadiana may also refer to: Canadiana.org, a non-profit digital library dedicated to preserving Canadian culture SS Canadiana, a passenger ferry that operated between Buffalo, New York ...

                                               

Megahertz Stakes

The Megahertz Stakes is a Grade III American Thoroughbred horse race for fillies and mares that are four years old or older, over a distance of 1 mile on the turf held annually in January at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, California. The event curren ...

                                               

Baystone

Baystone was a racing horse and the winner of the 1958 Melbourne Cup with jockeys Mel Schumacher, J. Thompson, and F. Treen and trainers Jack Green, F. Dalton and O.N. Marshall. His winning time was 3:21:25 and his odds were ten to one. He finish ...

                                               

Buckskin

Buckskin may refer to: Buckskin horse, a body color of horses similar to buckskin leather, the animals also have a black mane and tail Buckskin, Indiana Buckskin TV series, an American Western television series Buckskin leather, leather made of b ...

                                               

Sandy Creek

Sandy Creek village, New York, in the above town Sandy Creek, New York, a town in Oswego County Sandy Creek, North Carolina, a town in Brunswick County

                                               

Kentucky (disambiguation)

Kentucky Township, Jefferson County, Kansas Kentucky, Michigan, USA Kentucky Camp, Arizona the Kentucky River Kentucky County, Virginia Kentucky Home, a historic home in Miami, Florida Kentucky, New South Wales, Australia

                                               

Lowrider (video game)

Lowrider, known in Japan as LowRider: Round the World, is a music video game developed and published by Pacific Century Cyber Works and Jaleco Entertainment for PlayStation 2.

                                               

Jamshed Bomanji

Jamshed Bomanji is a full professor, clinical lead, and head of the Institute of Nuclear Medicine department at the University College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust based in London, UK.

                                               

Myrtle McGrain

McGrain was a stage actress, appearing with the company of Joseph Jefferson in 1901 and 1902. She was seen on Broadway in musicals Babes in Toyland 1903, The Cingalee 1904 and Sergeant Brue 1905-1906. She toured with a stock company in the Americ ...

                                               

Planica 1949

Planica 1949 was an International ski jumping week with two competitions on a new K80 hill, held on 20 and 26 March 1949 in Planica, PR Slovenia, FPR Yugoslavia. Over 20.000 people has gathered.

                                               

Jonathan Moore

Jonathan Moore may refer to: Jonathan Moore golfer born 1985, American golfer Jonathan Patrick Moore born 1982, Australian actor Jonathan Baker Moore 1825–1889, Wisconsin State Assemblyman and Union Army general Jonathan Moore musician 1969–2017, ...

                                               

Kevin Hughes

Kevin Hughes may refer to: Kevin Hughes Internet pioneer, American World Wide Web pioneer Kevin Hughes Gaelic footballer, All-Ireland-winning Tyrone Gaelic footballer Kevin Hughes cricketer born 1966, former English cricketer Kevin Hughes politic ...

                                               

Quevega Mares Hurdle

The Quevega Mares Hurdle is a Grade 3 National Hunt hurdle race in Ireland which is open to mares aged four years or older. It is run at Punchestown Racecourse over a distance of about 2 miles and 4 furlongs, and during its running there are twel ...

                                               

Passcode (Japanese idol group)

Passcode was formed in Osaka in 2013 and consists out of the four vocalists Nao Minami, Kaede Takashima, Yuna Imada and Hinako Ōgami. Passcode is supported by a backup band. After releasing several singles and albums on smaller labels, the group ...

                                               

Rye House

Rye House may refer to: Rye House Rockets, a speedway team Rye House, Hertfordshire, a location in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire Rye House Cobras, a defunct speedway team Rye House Stadium, a greyhound racing and speedway racing stadium Rye House Plot ...

                                               

Franklin Ratsey Woodroffe

Franklin Ratsey Woodroffe was a British sailor. He competed in the 6 Metre event at the 1952 Summer Olympics. Ratsey Woodroffe was born on the Isle of Wight, the son of Stanley Woodroffe and his wife Muriel Prangley Ratsey, of the Ratsey and Lapt ...

                                               

Steven Johnson

Steven Johnson may refer to: Steven Johnson field hockey born 1926, British Olympic hockey player Steven Johnson author born 1968, American popular science author Steven Johnson, drummer for Alabama Shakes Steven G. Johnson, American mathematicia ...

                                               

Meiji Shrine Outer Garden

Meiji Shrine Outer Garden is a Western-style garden in the Kasumigaoka-machi region of Shinjuku Ward and the Aoyama region of Minato Ward in Tokyo, Japan.