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Fontenay

Fontenay can refer to: Persons Charles L. Fontenay, journalist and science-fiction writer Odette Le Fontenay 1885-1965, French singer Jean-Baptiste Belin de Fontenay I, French painter Battles Battle of Fontenay-le-Comte, in 1793, during the War i ...

Heisenberg (disambiguation)

Martin Heisenberg born 1940, German neurobiologist and geneticist, son of Werner Heisenberg Benjamin Heisenberg born 1974, German film director and screenwriter, son of Martin Heisenberg Jochen Heisenberg born 1939, German physicist, son of Werne ...

NIMA

Nima, a village in Mintiu Gherlii Commune, Cluj County, Romania Nima, a tributary of the river Someșul Mic in Cluj County, Romania Nima town, a residential town in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana Nima, Shimane, a former town in Japan, merged in ...

Revai Nagy Lexikona

The Great Lexicon of Revai is a general lexicon in Hungarian, published by the Revai Brothers Literary Institute between 1911 and 1935. The continuation of the late 20th century is the new lexicon of Revai.

Mahendra Singh

Mahendra Singh can refer to: Mahendra Singh Dhoni born 1981, Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Pal born 1949, Indian politician Mahendra Pal Singh born 1940, Indian lawyer Mahendra Singh Sodha born 1932, Indian physicist Mahendra Singh of Patiala 1 ...

Hanle

Hanle can mean: Hanle Valley, valley containing Hanle village, observatory and monastery The Indian Astronomical Observatory, adjacent to Hanle village, location of the highest major astronomical telescopes in the world and colloquially known as ...

Michael Healy

Michael Healy may refer to: Michael Healy artist 1871–1941, Irish stained glass artist Michael Healy politician, Australian politician Michael Healy statistician 1923–2016, British statistician Michael Healy-Rae born 1967, Irish politician, Teach ...

Orlova Svetlana

Orlova Svetlana Vladimirovna / Svetlana Solo – Russian artist, art community, journalist, teacher. Full member of the European Academy of Natural Sciences, Section of Cultural Sciences. Holder of the Order of "Unity" "Deeds in favor of peoples" f ...

Stanner

Stanner surname, a family name originating in England Duncan Stanners, football player who played for Rangers F.C. in the 1953 Scottish Cup Final Bill Stanner also known as W.E.H. Stanner, an Australian anthropologist and commander of the 2/1st N ...

Thomas Flood

Thomas Flood may refer to: Tom Flood footballer fl. 1909–1918, Scottish footballer Thomas H. Flood 1804-1873, Delegate and Senator to the General Assembly of Virginia Tim Flood baseball Thomas Timothy Flood, 1877–1929, American baseball player Th ...

William Peck

William Peck may refer to: William S. Peck Jr. 1916–1987, Louisiana state representative William H. Peck 1830–1892, American writer William R. Peck 1831–1871, American plantation owner, politician, and Confederate Army general William Virgil Peck ...

Gary Miller (disambiguation)

Gary Miller is the United States Representative from Californias 42nd congressional district Gary Miller may also refer to: Gary Miller conductor born 1946, American conductor and gay activist Gary L. Miller 1947–1969, American soldier and Medal ...

Thomas Dean (disambiguation)

Thomas Dean was a cricketer. Thomas or Tommy Dean or Deen may also refer to: Tom Dean artist, see Governor Generals Awards in Visual and Media Arts Tom Dean Gloucestershire cricketer 1881–1964, cricketer who played once for Gloucestershire in 190 ...

Lawrance

Lawrance Thompson 1906–1973, American academic Lawrance Reilly 1928–2013, Scottish footballer Lawrance Collingwood CBE 1887–1982, English conductor, composer and record producer

Colin Williams

Colin Williams may refer to: Colin Williams priest born 1955, Archdeacon of Lancaster from 1999 to 2005 Colin Williams, guitarist for British band His Majesty Colin Williams, OBE, formerly Director, Scotland, The Princess Royal Trust for Carers, ...

Richard Owen (disambiguation)

Richard Owen was an English biologist, comparative anatomist and palaeontologist. Richard Owen is also the name of: Richard Owen geologist 1810–1890, Scottish-born American geologist, American Civil War officer, Indiana University professor, Purd ...

Brockway

In the United States: Brockway, Pennsylvania Brockway community, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community Brockway, California Brockway, Wisconsin, a town Brockway, Oregon Brockway, Montana Brockway Township, Michigan Brockway Township, Minnesota

R. H. Williams

Richard H. Williams New York 1807–after 1863, American state senator Richard Henry Williams 1852–1924, Canadian merchant; mayor of Regina, Saskatchewan

Michael Payne

Michael or Mike Payne may refer to: Michael Payne executive, former director of the International Olympic Committee Mike Payne, English cartoonist and illustrator, see Me to You Bears#Origin Michael "Clip" Payne born 1958, Parliament-Funkadelic k ...

List of members of the 10th Bundestag

This is a list of members of the 10th Bundestag – the lower house of parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany, whose members were in office from 1983 until 1987.

List of members of the 9th Bundestag

This is a list of members of the 9th Bundestag – the lower house of parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany, whose members were in office from 1980 until 1983.

Goffman (disambiguation)

Erving Goffman was a Canadian sociologist Goffman may also refer to: Daniel Goffman, American historian and author Mark Goffman, American television writer and producer Alice Goffman, American sociologist and daughter of Erving Goffman Ken Goffma ...

Cudos

Cudos may refer to: Mertonian norms, principles of modern science in Robert K. Mertons 1973 work The Normative Structure of Science from which were later derived the CUDOS principles the definition varies between sources: these are either the ori ...

White collar

White collar may refer to: White Collar: The American Middle Classes, a study of the American middle class by sociologist C. Wright Mills White-collar worker, a salaried professional or an educated worker who performs semi-professional office, ad ...

Kaufman House

Kaufman House may refer to: H. L. Kaufman House, in Enid, Oklahoma, listed on the NRHP in Garfield County, Oklahoma Frank J. Kaufman House in Columbus, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Columbus, Ohio E. C. Kaufman House, in Victoria, Texas, listed on ...

Until the End of Time (book)

Until the End of Time: Mind, Matter, and Our Search for Meaning in an Evolving Universe is a popular science book by American physicist Brian Greene. The book was published in February 2020 by Alfred A. Knopf. This his fifth full-length book.

Fabric (disambiguation)

A fabric is a textile material, short for "textile fabric". Fabric may also refer to: Fabric geology, the spatial and geometric configuration of elements within a rock "Fabric", a song from Iridescence by Brockhampton Fabric club, a nightclub in ...

Contract for the Web

Contract for the Web is an initiative by the World Wide Web Foundation in November 2019 to attempt to address issues of political manipulation, fake news, privacy violations, and other malign forces on the internet.

Beecroft Building

The Beecroft Building is one of the buildings forming part of the Department of Physics, University of Oxford in Oxford, England. The Beecroft Building is immediately in front of the Lindemann Building and close to the Clarendon Laboratory Townse ...

B.B. Mundkur

Balchandra Bhavanishankar Mundkur was an Indian mycologist and plant pathologist. He worked at the Indian Agricultural Research Institute and later as a professor of botany at the University of Poona. Balchandra Mundkur, the surname being toponym ...

Ben Moore

Ben Moore may refer to: Ben Moore footballer born 1977, Australian rules footballer Ben Moore born 1941, U.S. soul singer who performed under the name Bobby Purify Ben Moore composer born 1960, U.S. composer Ben Moore astrophysicist born 1966, U. ...

NDT

NDT may refer to: Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, a medical nephrology journal Neurodevelopmental treatment Neolithic discontinuity theory National Debate Tournament, a national championship of intercollegiate policy debate Nederlands Dans T ...

John Parkhurst (disambiguation)

John Parkhurst was an English bishop of the 16th century. John Parkhurst may also refer to: John Adelbert Parkhurst 1861–1925, American astronomer John Gibson Parkhurst 1824–1906, officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War and later ...

2019 LD2

P/2019 LD 2 is a Jupiter-family comet discovered by the Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System on 10 June 2019. It was initially reported as the first known Jupiter trojan asteroid to display cometary activity, but its classification as a ...

QB1

7026 1993 QB 1 52468 1995 QB 1 15760 1992 QB 1, the first trans-Neptunian object to be discovered after Pluto and Charon Cubewano, a class of trans-Neptunian objects also known as classical Kuiper Belt objects 5322 1986 QB 1 31114 1997 QB 1 36447 ...

Eow

Eow or EOW may refer to: Auiones, Germanic tribes of the 1st century C.E. Electrolysed water, produced by the electrolysis of ordinary tap water containing dissolved sodium chloride E. O. Wilson born 1929, American biologist, theorist, naturalist ...

Maranta

Maranta can refer to: The Marantaceae family of "prayer plants", including arrowroot Maranta plant, a genus within that family Maranta as a personal name may refer to: Barry Maranta, Australian sports administrator For Edgard Aristide Maranta, se ...

Peter Klopfer

Peter Hubert Klopfer is a German-born American zoologist who is Professor Emeritus of Biology at Duke University, where, along with John Buettner-Janusch, he played a major role in founding the primate center. Some of his research has focused on ...

Victor Vladimirovich Petryashov

Victor Vladimirovich Petryashov, Russian zoologist, carcinologist, hydrobiologist and biogeographer. His scientific research focused on taxonomy and distribution of malacostracan crustaceans, particularly orders Mysida, Lophogastrida and Leptostr ...

Robert Whitaker

Robert Whitaker or Whittaker may refer to: Robert Whittaker fighter born 1990, Australian mixed martial artist Robert Whitaker photographer 1939–2011, British photographer Robert Whitaker surgeon active since 1973, British author, surgeon and ana ...

Frances White

Frances White may refer to: Frances White actress born 1938, English television and film performer Frances White 1896–1969, American vaudeville performer of song M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I E. Frances White born 1949, American historian, author and aca ...

Gierke

Gierke or von Gierke could refer to: Edgar von Gierke 1877-1945, German physician Glycogen storage disease type I, also known as von Gierke disease, named for Edgar von Gierke H. F. Gierke III 1943-2016, American jurist Solitary tract, sometimes ...

Charles Mayer

Charles Mayer may refer to: Charles Mayer composer 1799–1862, or Meyer, Prussian composer Charles Mayer boxer, American boxer Charles Mayer politician born 1936, Canadian businessman and politician Charles Leopold Mayer 1881-1971, French biochemi ...

David Veesler

David Veesler is a French biochemist and an assistant professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Washington, where his group focuses on the study the structural biology of infectious diseases. His team recently helped determ ...

Kutlu O. Ulgen

Kutlu Ozergin Ulgen is a Turkish biochemical engineer researching pharmacophore modelling to identify pharmacological chaperones used to treat infectious diseases, genetic diseases, and cancer. Ulgen is a professor in the department of chemical e ...

Russell Lindsay Barrett

Russell Lindsay Barrett is an Australian botanist. The standard author abbreviation R.L.Barrett is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.

Tom Harris

Tom Harris may refer to: Tom Harris announcer born 1962, American announcer and sportscaster An alias of Whitey Bulger 1929–2018 Tom Harris, known as Tattoo Tom born 1983, British tattoo artist and activist Tom Harris film producer, producer of T ...

Apang

Otu Apang, a student leader, a 2016-2017 executive of the Students Union of Rajiv Gandhi Government Polytechnic SURGGP, Itanagar Ona Apang botanical abbreviation: Apang, a published botanist, see List of botanists by author abbreviation A Minam A ...

William Arthur

William Arthur may refer to: Bill Arthur 1918–1982, Australian politician William C. Arthur 1830–1886, Royal Navy officer William Arthur mathematician 1894–1979, British mathematician William Arthur botanist fl. 1715, Scottish botanist William Br ...

Michael OConnell

Michael OConnell may refer to: Michael OConnell politician, Irish Labour Party politician and Lord Mayor of Cork Mick OConnell born 1937, former Irish Gaelic footballer Michael OConnell artist 1898–1976, English modernist artist Michael OConnell ...