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Mahopac Central School District

Circa 2014 superintendent Thomas J. Manko left his position. The Mahopac school board selected Forest City Regional School District superintendent John Kopicki as the successor, but Kopicki chose not to take the position. Anthony DiCarlo became t ...

                                               

Roy McCallum (rugby union)

McCallum, like his older brother Ian, matriculated at Rondebosch Boys High School in Cape Town and attended the University of Cape Town. However, he first spent two years at Stellenbosch University before moving to UCT in 1967. While at Stellenbo ...

                                               

Circus of Books (film)

Circus of Books is a 2019 American documentary film directed by Rachel Mason, written by Rachel Mason and Kathryn Robson and starring Karen Mason, Barry Mason and Rachel Mason. The premise revolves around Circus of Books, a bookstore and gay porn ...

                                               

Fire in Paradise

Fire in Paradise is a 2019 documentary film directed by Zackary Canepari and Drea Cooper and starring Joy Beeson, Beth Bowersox and Abbie DavisHiyori Kon. The premise revolves around the 2018 wildfire in Paradise, California, the deadliest and mo ...

                                               

Stefan Edlis

Stefan Edlis was an Austrian born American art collector and philanthropist. As a collector he initially focused on Pop Art.

                                               

Spaceship Earth (disambiguation)

Spaceship Earth is a world view term usually expressing concern over the use of limited resources available on Earth. Spaceship Earth may also refer to: Spaceship Earth Tous sur orbite!, a 52 episode documentary created during the 1990s. Spaceshi ...

                                               

Hubble (disambiguation)

Hubble Creek St. Francis River, a stream in Missouri Hubble Creek Castor River Diversion Channel, a stream in Missouri Hubble Township, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri Hubble, Kentucky

                                               

Magic camp

Tannens Magic Shop, a camp in the United States for young magicians, held since 1974 Sorcerers Safari Magic Camp, a camp in Canada for young magicians, held since 1996 Fantastic Magic Camp, a camp in Texas for children, held since 1993

                                               

William Brownell

William Brownell may refer to: William A. Brownell 1895–1977, American educational psychologist William Crary Brownell 1851–1928, American literary and art critic William E. Brownell, American scientist who conducts research at Baylor College of ...

                                               

David Docwra

Edward David Docwra is an English former first-class cricketer and educator. Docwra was born at Paddington in April 1953. He was educated at Canford School, before going up to Worcester College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he made a single ...

                                               

Edward Stevenson (disambiguation)

Edward Stevenson was an American Mormon missionary. Edward Stevenson may also refer to: Edward Stevenson footballer 1901–1977, Australian rules footballer Edward A. Stevenson Sr. 1907–?, New York politician Edward Irenaeus Prime-Stevenson 1858–19 ...

                                               

Lakh Taka

Lakh Taka is a Bengali drama film directed by Niren Lahiri, and starring Uttam Kumar, Sabitri Chatterjee, Bhanu Banerjee, Chhabi Biswas and Jahor Roy. The music direction is by Shyamal Mitra and Niren Lahiri. It was released on 1 January 1953 in ...

                                               

Saajher Pradip

Saajher Pradip is a 1955 Bengali film directed by Sudhangshu Mukherjee. This film written by Prabhabati Devi Saraswati. This film has been music composed by Manabendra Mukherjee This is a drama film. This film was release on 18 January 1955. The ...

                                               

Manna filmography

Manna, was a successful Bangladeshi film actor and producer. In his 24 years career he has acted in more than three hundred films. He is called the latest Mahanayak of the Dhaliwood Golden Era. One of the first films that brought him to attention ...

                                               

Islamabad (disambiguation)

Islamabad may refer to: Islamabad, the national capital of Pakistan Islamabad Capital Territory, a federal territory of Pakistan that includes the capital Islamabad and other areas Islamabad may also refer to:

                                               

Embassy of the Philippines, Buenos Aires

The Embassy of the Philippines in Buenos Aires is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of the Philippines to the Argentine Republic. It is at Calle Zapiola 1701 in the barrio of Belgrano in northern Buenos Aires, near its Chinatown.

                                               

Rodolfo Caroli

Rodolfo Caroli was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the Diocese of Rome, was Bishop of Ceneda for four years, and then an archbishop and papal nuncio for four years before dying at the age of 51.

                                               

Institute of International Relations Isidro Fabela

The Institute of International Relations Isidro Fabela of the Universidad del Mar, has the purpose of generating scientific-social research that contributes to the knowledge and understanding of its object of study: The World. It creates and prom ...

                                               

Antonio Fernandes de Elvas

Antonio Fernandes de Elvas was a Portuguese-born merchant and slave trader active in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas. Fernandes de Elvas and his family were Marranos; that is to say Sephardic Jews who conformed outwardly as Cristão-Novo due ...

                                               

Santo Spirito

Santo Spirito dOcre, Province of LAquila, Italy Abbey of the Holy Spirit at Monte Morrone, Sulmona Abbazia di Santo Spirito al Morrone, Sulmona, Province of LAquila, Italy

                                               

Semiahmoo

Semiahmoo may refer to: Semiahmoo Bay, south-eastern section of Boundary Bay, bisected by the US-Canada border near White Rock, British Columbia In Canada: Semiahmoo First Nation, government of the Semiahmoo people Semiahmoo Shopping Centre, shop ...

                                               

Eagle River

In the United States: Eagle River Favorite Channel, Alaska Eagle River Michigan, a river flowing into Lake Superior Eagle River Colorado, a tributary of the Colorado River Eagle River Cook Inlet, Alaska Eagle River Bradfield Canal, Alaska Eagle R ...

                                               

Sand Point

Sand Point, Nova Scotia disambiguation Sand Point Lake Temagami, a beach on Lake Temagami, Ontario Sandpoint is one of several locations on Babine Lake, British Columbia, comprising Babine Lake Marine Provincial Park Sand Point, Ontario, a community

                                               

Alder Island

Alder Island may refer to: Canada Alder Island Haida Gwaii, an island in the Haida Gwaii archipelago of the North Coast of British Columbia, Canada, Nprth of Burnaby Island, off the southeast end of Moresby Island. Also called Ḵuuna Gwaayaay Alde ...

                                               

Mapleview

Mapleview or Maple View may refer to: Maple View Sanitarium, a historic building in Fayette County, Iowa Maple View, a community in the town of Mexico, New York Mapleview Heights Elementary School, a school in Barrie, Ontario Mapleview, Minnesota ...

                                               

Tourism on the Eastern Shore (Nova Scotia)

The Eastern Shore is a tourism region of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. It provides two percent of the revenue for the provinces tourism economy. One of its key features is an archipelago known as the 100 Wild Islands area.

                                               

OREA

Office of Russian and European Analysis Oral Roberts Evangelistic Association, a Pentecostal ministry founded by Oral Roberts OREA, a workers union, see Air Georgian Oxford Real Estate Advisors, an investment advisory firm, see Oxford Development ...

                                               

Catholic Central High School

Catholic Central High School may refer to: Catholic Central High School Manistee, Michigan Catholic Central High School Marinette, Wisconsin Catholic Central High School Troy, New York Steubenville Catholic Central High School, Ohio Catholic Cent ...

                                               

Southern European Australians

Southern European Australians are Australians of Southern European ancestry. Southern European Australian people can usually trace back full or partial heritage to Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal, and other countries within Mediterranean Europe, o ...

                                               

Oxford Brookes University Rugby Football Club

Oxford Brookes University Rugby Football Club is a rugby union university club based in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. In the 2017–18 season OBURFC 1st XV gained promotion into BUCS Midlands 1A which is level four of the BUCS rugby union system, a ...

                                               

Agnes Fraser

Agnes Fraser was a Scottish actress and soprano who appeared in the later Savoy Operas and in Edwardian musical comedy. She married the Gilbert and Sullivan performer Walter Passmore, with whom she frequently appeared on stage.

                                               

Maximiliane Ackers

Ackers was an actress in theater and cabarets in Gottingen, Riga, and Berlin.In the early 1920s, Ackers began working in films, writing and starring in the silent film Burning Country Brennendes Land. In 1921, she was in the cast of Florentine Ni ...

                                               

Kick Out Zwarte Piet

Kick Out Zwarte Piet is a Dutch activist organization that campaigns against the Zwarte Piet character in the culture of the Low Countries. Zwarte Piet is traditionally part of the annual feast of Sinterklaasavond in the Netherlands, Belgium, Aru ...

                                               

Highland cat

Highland cat may refer to: Kellas cat, a feral hybrid between the Highland wildcat and the domestic cat Highland Fold, a.k.a. Scottish Fold Longhair, a semi-long-haired variant of the medium-sized Scottish Fold breed of domestic cat Felis silvest ...

                                               

Lydia Reid (activist)

Lydia Reid is a Scottish activist. She advocates for cause of parents who lost a child as an infant, and may have had their childs remains used for research, or disposed of, inappropriately and without consent.

                                               

Lachlan MacLachlan

Lachlan MacLachlan was Scottish-born barrister and, briefly, a Repeal Association MP. MacLachlan, the son of Robert MacLachlan and Mary Campbell, was born in Strathlachlan. MacLachlan became Repeal Association Member of Parliament MP for Galway B ...

                                               

Strathbogie

Strathbogie may refer to: Strathbogie Castle, former name of Huntly Castle, the ancestral home of the chief of Clan Gordon, Earl of Huntly Strathbogie, Scotland, the former name of Huntly, Scotland, and the strath to the south of it Strathbogie P ...

                                               

Richard Kleeman

Richard Daniel Kleeman was an Australian physicist. With William Henry Bragg he discovered that the alpha particles emitted from particular radioactive substances always had the same energy, providing a new way of identifying and classifying them.

                                               

Thomas Hanmer (disambiguation)

Sir Thomas Hanmer, 4th Baronet was Speaker of the House of Commons, MP for Flint 1701–1702, Flintshire 1702–1705, Thetford 1705–1708 and Suffolk 1708–1727. Thomas Hanmer may also refer to: Sir Thomas Hanmer, 2nd Baronet 2nd creation 1747–1828, We ...

                                               

Cefn

Cefn community, in Wrexham county borough, Wales Cefn Mawr, a large village in the community of Cefn Cefn Cribwr, a village in Bridgend county borough, Wales Cefn Fault, a geological fault in Wales

                                               

San Pedro Wind Farm

San Pedro Wind Farm is a wind farm in the heights of Cordillera del Piuchen in Chiloe Island, Chile. The construction of San Pedro Wind Farm is was approved in 2011 by Sistema de Evaluacion de Impacto Ambiental, being one four large wind farm pro ...

                                               

Sha Aimin

Sha was born in Xuancheng, Anhui, China in 1964. He completed his Ph.D. in transportation engineering from Kharkiv National Highway Automotive Technology University, Ukraine.

                                               

Tai Wong Temple, Yuen Long Kau Hui

Tai Wong Temple in Yuen Long Kau Hui, Yuen Long District, Hong Kong, is located in Cheung Shing Street, which was the longest and busiest street of the market.

                                               

Pho Chhu

Pho Chhu is one of the major rivers of Bhutan, which tracks its source in the Gasa District that borders Bhutan with Tibet, which joins with Mo Chhu at the confluence below Punakha Dzong, the winter resident of Dratshang Lhentshog. Upon Dang Chhu ...

                                               

Wuchang (disambiguation)

Wuchang may refer to: Wuchang Uprising, an important uprising during Xinhai revolution Wuchang District 武昌区, a former city, now a central district of Wuhan, Hubei, China Ezhou, once known as Wuchang County Wuchang, Heilongjiang 五常市, a count ...

                                               

Too Much and Never Enough

Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the Worlds Most Dangerous Man is a tell-all book written by Mary L. Trump, a niece of Donald Trump. It was published on July 14, 2020, by Simon & Schuster. The book details how the author was the a ...

                                               

Jeu-parti

The jeu-parti is a genre of French lyric poetry composed between two trouveres. It is a cognate of the Occitan partimen. In the classic type, one poet poses a dilemma question in the opening stanza, his or her partner picks a side in the second s ...

                                               

Category Is Books

The bookshop is currently closed due to COVID-19 Category Is Books is an independent bookshop in Glasgow. It is the only LGBT+ bookshop in Scotland and one of only three in the United Kingdom. It was established by married couple Charlotte and Fi ...

                                               

Mauricio Camuto

Mauricio Agostinho Camuto, C.S.Sp. is an Angolan priest of the Catholic Church and a member of the Spiritans. He is the bishop-elect of the Diocese of Caxito, having been appointed to the position in 2020. He previously served as the director of ...

                                               

Remontada

The two seasons that follow, the Champions League will see other matches qualifying as a remontada by analogy with the match FC Barcelona - PSG of March 8, 2017. Note that these three other matches all involve one or the other of these two teams. ...