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Marashi (disambiguation)

Kharab Al Marashi District, a district of the Al Jawf Governorate, Yemen Marashi, Iran, a village in Veys Rural District, Veys District, Bavi County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. Marashi Najafi library, large Islamic library in Iran

EthioTrees

The EthioTrees Ecosystem Restoration Association, in short EthioTrees, established in 2016, is a project for environmental rehabilitation and woodland restoration in Dogu’a Tembien.

Mohammad Kabir Hassan

Mohammad Kabir Hassan is a Bangladeshi-American economist who serves as Professor of Finance at University of New Orleans. He has been providing consultancy to International Monetary Fund, World Bank, Transparency International Bangladesh,African ...

Richard Meredith

Richard Meredith may refer to: Richard Meredith author born 1948, British travel writer Richard Edmund Meredith 1855–1916, Irish jurist Richard Meredith priest, Dean of Wells 1607–1621 Sir Richard Meredith, 2nd Baronet died 1679, MP for Kent Rich ...

Chris Johnson

Christopher Johnson, fictional alien refugee from the film District 9 Chris Johnson presenter born 1991, BBC television presenter Chris C. Johnson born June 1900, American actor

Antonella Romano

Antonella Romano is a French historian of science known for her research on science and the Catholic Church, and in particular on the scientific and mathematical work of the Society of Jesus in the Renaissance. She is full professor at the Alexan ...

Protein structure reconstruction

Protein structure reconstruction refers to constructing an atomic-resolution model of a protein structure from incomplete coarse-grained representations like, for example, protein contact maps, positions of alpha carbon atoms only or backbone cha ...

Toma

Tōma, Hokkaidō, Japan, a town Toma Department, a department in Nayala province Toma, Banwa, Burkina Faso, a town Tōma Station, its railway station Toma, Burkina Faso, a town in Nayala province Toma, a town in East New Britain, Papua New Guinea

Our Lady of Budslau

Our Lady of Budslau is one of the most renowned Catholic icons of Belarus. It can be found in the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the village of Budslau. The main celebration of icon takes place on July 2. On November 28, 2 ...

Liisi Ojamaa

Liisi Ojamaa was an Estonian poet, translator, literary critic and editor. She was already known for her debut collection "Endless July", which was included in the collection "Poetry Cassette 90", Elo Vee, Triin Soomets, Ats and Ruth Jyrjo also m ...

Nathaniel Rogers

Nathaniel, Nathan or Nat Rogers may refer to: Nathaniel Rogers painter 1787–1844, American painter Nathan Rogers born 1979, Canadian folk musician and songwriter Nathaniel Rogers MP died c. 1738, British merchant and politician Nathaniel Peabody ...

Recfiles

recfiles is a file format for human-editable, plain text databases. Databases using this file format can be edited using any text editor. recfiles allow for basic relational database operations, typing, auto-incrementing, as well as a simple join ...

Richard Barrett

Richard Barrett may refer to: Richard Michael Barrett born 1964, American musician known as Dicky Barrett Richard Boyd Barrett born 1967, Irish political activist and chair of the Irish Anti-War Movement Richard Barrett poet 1740–1819, poet and s ...

James Clarke

James Kenelm Clarke born 1941, British film director, producer and composer James Clarke author born 1972, cinema author James P. Clarke composer 1807/8–1877, Canadian composer James Clarke, a fictional character in Stingers, a story by Graham Do ...

Epirote Greek

The Epirote dialect is a dialect of Northeast Doric that was spoken in the Classical Era. It outlived most other Greek dialects that were replaced by the Attic Koine, surviving until the first or second century CE, in part due to the existence of ...

Senga (horse)

Senga was an American-bred, French-trained Thoroughbred racehorse. As a two-year-old in 2016 she showed promising form as she won her second of her three races and finished a close fourth in the Prix Marcel Boussac. In the following year she won ...

Moamoria

The Moamoria were the adherents of the egalitarian, proselytizing Moamara sattra of 18th-century Assam, who initiated the Moamoria rebellion against the Ahom kingdom in the 18th century. The rebellion weakened the Ahom kingdom to such an extent t ...

Edward Grant (disambiguation)

Edward Grant is an American historian of medieval science. Edward Grant, Eddie Grant, Ted Grant, or similar names may also refer to: Edward Grant headmaster 1540s–1601, English classical scholar, poet and headmaster Edward Grant cricketer 1874–19 ...

John Earle

John Earle or Jonathan Earle may refer to: John B. Earle 1766–1836, United States Representative from South Carolina Jonathan H. Earle, Louisiana academic specialising in the history of the antebellum United States John Earle Australian politicia ...

Big-little-big lemma

In the mathematics of paper folding, the big-little-big lemma is a necessary condition for a crease pattern with specified mountain folds and valley folds to be able to be folded flat. It differs from Kawasakis theorem, which characterizes the fl ...

YRG Care

YR Gaitonde Centre for AIDS Research and Education is a not for profit organisation in India working in the domain of HIV/AIDS. The organisation was founded by Dr Suniti Solomon in 1993. As reported in 2018, YRG Care had provided HIV prevention a ...

Glyndebourne Festival Opera: A Gala Evening

Glyndebourne Festival Opera: A Gala Evening was a 111-minute concert staged by Glyndebourne Festival Opera on 24 July 1992, performed by Kim Begley, Montserrat Caballe, Cynthia Haymon, Felicity Lott, Benjamin Luxon, Ruggero Raimondi and Frederica ...

Edmund Quincy

Edmund Quincy may refer to: Edmund Quincy 1808–1877, diarist, lecturer, author, abolitionist, son of Josiah Quincy III Edmund Quincy 1681–1737, colonist, Massachusetts Supreme Court judge, son of Edmund 1627–1698 Edmund Quincy 1628–1698, colonist ...

James Harrison

James C. Harrison 1925–1990, American artist James Harrison author and academic born 1974, British academic author and Green Party politician Jim Harrison 1937–2016, American author Jim Harrison artist and writer 1936–2016, American artist and wr ...

Edward Wakefield

Edward Wakefield died 1602, MP for Kingston upon Hull Sir Edward Wakefield, 1st Baronet 1903–1969, British civil servant and Conservative Party politician Edward Gibbon Wakefield 1796–1862, British colonizer, son of Edward Wakefield 1774–1854 Edw ...

Richard Wedderburn

Richard Wedderburn, was a Scottish merchant based in Denmark. Richard Wedderburn was the eldest son of Alexander Wedderburn elder 1510–1589 and Isobel Anderson. He was a great uncle of David Wedderburne of Dundee who is known for his account book ...

Battle of Maguelone

The Battle of Maguelone was a minor naval action that occurred in late October 1809, during the Peninsular War, between the escort of a French convoy, comprising three ships of the line and two frigates, and a 6-ship strong squadron of the Royal ...

Mito (name)

Mito, Mito and Mito is a nickname and surname. Mito is a Georgian and Slovene masculine diminutive form of the names Dimitrij, Demetre and Dimitri. Mito is a Japanese name. Mito is a short form of the feminine Portuguese blended name Maria Antoni ...

Gokçe (disambiguation)

Gokçe is a Turkish given name or surname. Gokçe may refer to: Abbas Is Kakhetian and Kartlian campaigns, part of the Ottoman–Safavid War 1603–1618 Gokçe, Ardanuç, a village in the district of Ardanuç, Artvin Province, Turkey Gokçe, Kahta, a villa ...

Clansman

Klansmen: Guardians of Liberty, 1926 political manifesto by Alma Bridwell White The Clansman 1959 novel, a historical novel written by Nigel Tranter, see Historical novels by Nigel Tranter set after 1603 The Clansman 1905, a pro-Ku Klux Klan nove ...

Edward Griffin

Ed, Eddie or Edward Griffin may refer to: Eddie Griffin coach, American wrestling coach at Clemson University and University of Central Oklahoma Edward Griffin parson, Irish parson of the Parish of Coolock in the 16th century Eddie Griffin born 1 ...

George Hughes

George Hughes may refer to: Pat Hughes tennis George Patrick Hughes, 1902–1997, English tennis player George Hughes ice hockey born 1988, American professional ice hockey defenceman George Hughes rugby 1870–1947, rugby union footballer of the 189 ...

Tasman

Tasman Sea, between Australia and New Zealand Tasman, Iran, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran Tasman Rip, a marine channel in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica

Precision railroading

Precision railroading or precision scheduled railroading is a concept in freight railroad operations pioneered by E. Hunter Harrison. It shifts the focus from older practices, such as unit trains, hub and spoke operations and individual car switc ...

Muddy

Muddy River disambiguation Muddy Branch, Maryland, a tributary stream of the Potomac River Muddy Brook, Connecticut, a brook spanned by Bridge No. 1604 Muddy Mountains, Nevada Muddy Creek disambiguation Muddy Run disambiguation Muddy Mountain, ne ...

Arthur Henry Bleeck

Arthur Henry Bleeck was a British orientalist. He was born on 18 May 1829 in Westbury, Wiltshire, the son of William Bleeck, who was from 1830 rector of Huish, Wiltshire, and his wife, Charlotte, nee Goodman. Bleeck worked for some time in the Br ...

Rembrandt (disambiguation)

Stealing Rembrandt or Rembrandt, a 2003 Danish film Rembrandt 1940 film, a Dutch film by Gerard Rutten Rembrandt 1999 film, a film by Charles Matton Rembrandt: A Self-Portrait, a 1954 short documentary film Rembrandt 1936 film, a film starring Ch ...

Long War

Long War can refer to: Long War Provisional IRA strategy, a strategy followed by the Provisional IRA since the 1970s The Long War novel, a science fiction novel by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter Long Turkish War, a war between the Habsburgs a ...

ASTELCO

The company ASTELCO Systems is a manufacturer of telescopes, telescope control systems, domes/enclosures and related technology for professional astronomical research or public use. ASTELCO is located in Martinsried near Munich and was founded in ...

Gard (disambiguation)

Gard, Illinois, unincorporated community, United States Gard Slavic toponymy, Slavic toponym Gard, a tributary of the river Jijia in Romania

Thomas Harrison

T. Alexander Harrison 1853–1930, American artist Thomas Harrison translator 1555–1631, English Puritan scholar and a translator for the King James Version of the Bible Tom Harrison musician born 1985, British jazz musician Thomas Harrison 1704–17 ...

Reap

Reserve Educational Assistance Program, Chapter 1607 G.I. Bill of Rights, a Department of Defense education benefit program Re-Engineering Assessment Practices, one of six projects funded under the Scottish Funding Councils E-learning Transformat ...

George Thomson

George Thomson, Baron Thomson of Monifieth 1921–2008, Scottish politician; former Labour MP and peer George Thomson Canadian politician 1855–1920, Scottish-born merchant, official and political figure in British Columbia George Thomson MP for Sou ...

James Howard

James Howard agriculturalist 1821–1889, British Liberal MP, manufacturer and agriculturalist James Howard, 3rd Earl of Suffolk 1619–1688/1607–1688, grandson of Thomas Howard James L. Howard 1818–1906, American businessman and Lieutenant Governor ...

Perrault (surname)

Perrault is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Joel Perrault born 1983, Canadian ice hockey player Dominique Perrault born 1953, French architect Ray Perrault 1926–2008, Canadian senator C. Raymond Perrault, artificial intelligen ...

Thomas Fuller (disambiguation)

Thomas Fuller was an English religious leader and historian. Thomas Fuller may also refer to: Thomas W. Fuller 1865–1951, Canadian architect Thomas G. Fuller 1909–1994, Canadian naval officer Thomas Fuller bishop 1810–1884, Anglican bishop in Can ...

The Idler

Idler refers to something idle; A slacker, a person who habitually avoids work Idler-wheel, a system used to transmit the rotation of the main shaft of a motor to another rotating device Idler circuit, a circuit in a parametric amplifier to gener ...

Ibrahim Pasha

Ibrahim Pasha may refer to the following Ottoman statesmen: Defterdarzade Ibrahim Pasha fl. 1639, Ottoman Minister of Finance Ibrahim Ilhami Pasha 1836–1860, son of Abbas I of Egypt Ibrahim Pasha of Algiers fl. 1657–1659, Ottoman governor of the ...

Mark V

Mark V or Mark 5 often refers to the fifth version of a product, frequently military hardware. "Mark", meaning "model" or "variant", can be abbreviated "Mk." Mark V or Mark 5 can specifically refer to:

William Harrison Moreland

William Harrison Moreland was a British civil servant who served in the Indian Civil Service and wrote several books on the economic history of India based on Mughal, Dutch, and Portuguese sources. Moreland was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, ...