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Skoropis′

Skoropis is a type of Cyrillic handwriting that developed from semi-ustav in the second half of the 14th century and was used in particular in offices and private office work, from which a modern handwriting developed in the 19th century.

Andrew Adams

Andrew Adams may refer to: Andrew Adams, character in Fear the Walking Dead Andrew Adams filmmaker born 1987, American filmmaker Andy Adams writer 1859–1935, American writer of western fiction Andrew Leith Adams 1827–1883, Scottish physician, nat ...

George Robinson (bookseller)

George Robinson was an English bookseller and publisher working in London. Robinson published The Ladys Magazine and a serial reference work, The New Annual Register, as well as fiction and non-fiction. He was also known for publishing books writ ...

James Tobin (disambiguation)

James Tobin was an American economist. James Tobin may also refer to: James Tobin planter 1736/7–1817, English merchant, plantation owner in Nevis, and controversialist defending slavery James Tobin presenter born 1980, Australian presenter James ...

George Allan

George William Allan Manitoba politician 1860–1940, Canadian politician George Allan barrister 1767–1828, English politician, son of the antiquary George William Allan 1822–1901, Canadian politician George Allan antiquary 1736–1800, English antiq ...

Carl Friedrich (disambiguation)

Carl Friedrich was a German-American professor and political theorist. Carl Friedrich may also refer to: Georg Amadeus Carl Friedrich Naumann 1797–1873, German mineralogist and geologist Carl Friedrich Meerwein 1737–1810, German civil engineer an ...

Remember

Remember TV series, a 2015 South Korean television series Remember?, a 1939 film starring Robert Taylor and Greer Garson "Remember" Desperate Housewives, a 2006 two-episode season finale of Desperate Housewives "Remember" The Walking Dead, an epi ...

Medicus

Medicus is Latin for physician, and may more specifically refer to: Friedrich Kasimir Medikus 1738–1808, German physician and botanist Medicus, several physicians in the television series Spartacus: Blood Sand and its sequels a historical depicti ...

I Know That My Redeemer Lives

I Know That My Redeemer Lives is an English Christian Easter hymn in long metre by Samuel Medley. It was published in 1775 and is written for Easter Sunday.

Bernier River (Richelieu River tributary)

The Bernier River is a tributary of the Richelieu River. It flows in the city of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, in the regional county municipality Le Haut-Richelieu Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Monteregie, in the sout ...

Cultural influence of Gullivers Travels

From 1738 to 1746, Edward Cave published in occasional issues of The Gentlemans Magazine semi-fictionalized accounts of contemporary debates in the two Houses of Parliament under the title of Debates in the Senate of Lilliput. The names of the sp ...

Thomas Perry

Thomas Erskine Perry 1806–1913, British Liberal politician and judge in India Thomas Perry Australian politician 1914–1998 Thomas C. Perry 1941–2017, American politician and former president of Perrys Ice Cream Thomas Johns Perry 1807–1871, Congr ...

The Real Charlotte

The Real Charlotte is an 1894 novel by the Anglo-Irish writing partnership Somerville and Ross, composed of Edith Somerville and Violet Florence Martin.

Mukunda Manikya

Originally named Chandramani Thakur, he was the youngest of the four surviving sons of Maharaja Rama Manikya. Each of his elder brothers had successively ruled Tripura; under Ratna IIs rule, Chandramani had been sent as a hostage to the Mughal vi ...

Matthew Elliott

Matthew or Matt Elliott may refer to: Matthew Elliott loyalist 1739–1814, British agent in the American Revolution and War of 1812 Matt Elliott musician, founder of The Third Eye Foundation Matt Elliott American football born 1968, American footb ...

John Joseph

John Joseph may refer to: John Joseph, screenwriter whose works include the film Change of Habit John Joseph actor born 1984, British actor John Joseph singer born 1962, United States hardcore punk performer John Joseph of Austria, Spanish genera ...

Viger

There are a number of prominent Canadians with the surname Viger. This includes: Joseph Viger 1739–1803, businessman and political figure in Lower Canada Jacques Viger 1787–1858 1787–1858, first mayor of Montreal Denis Viger 1741–1805, merchant a ...

David Matthews

David Matthews keyboardist born 1942, U.S. jazz composer, arranger, and keyboardist Dave Matthews born 1967, lead singer and guitarist of the pop music group Dave Matthews Band David Matthews composer born 1943, English composer Dave Matthews sax ...

Peter Hall

Sir Peter Hall director 1930–2017, English theatre director Peter Adolf Hall 1739–1793, Swedish-French artist Peter J. Hall 1926–2010, British-born American costume designer

Paul de Cardaillac de Lomne

In May 1778, Cardaillac served with Charles Picot de Dampierre during the War of American Independence. With the outbreak of the Fourth Anglo-Dutch War, France and the Dutch Republic found themselves allied against the Kingdom of Great Britain. T ...

The Monster in the Buckwheat

The Monster in the Buckwheat is a short story by Pu Songling, first published in Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio. It concerns an elderly farmers repeat encounters with a demon.

James Simpson

James Simpson Jr. 1905–1960, U.S. Representative from Illinois James Simpson politician 1873–1938, Canadian trade unionist and mayor of Toronto 1935 Jim Simpson Australian politician 1905–1968, member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly

Britannia (1787 ship)

Britannia was built in France in 1774. The British captured her in 1781 and she began sailing under the name Sally, first as a transport and then as a West Indiaman. Liverpool merchants purchased her and she became Britannia in 1787. She then sai ...

Queen of Spades

The queen of spades is a playing card in the standard 52-card deck. Queen of Spades may also refer to: The Queen of Spades Prokofiev, a score by Sergei Prokofiev for the 1937 film La dame de pique The Queen of Spades 2016 film, a Russian thriller ...

Moustache (disambiguation)

Princesse Moustache Princess Natalya Petrovna Galitzine, nee Chernysheva or Chernyshyova; 1741–1837, a Russian noble and lady in waiting Moustache dog 1799–1812, a French poodle said to have participated in the French Revolutionary Wars and Napol ...

FluTrackers

FluTrackers is a website, online forum and early warning system which tracks and gathers information relating to a wide range of infectious diseases, including flu and assists in how to use it to inform the general public. It was established by v ...

John Carter

John Carter businessman born 1961/62, British businessman, CEO of Travis Perkins John W. Carter died 1895, a partner in Carters Ink Company in Massachusetts John Carter insurance executive born 1937, chairman of Commercial Union 1994–1998

Charles-Elie de Ferrieres

Charles-Elie de Ferrieres was a French nobleman and writer who lived throughout the French Revolution and the early years of Napoleons reign. He was present as a deputy at the Estates General of 1789, representing the nobility of Saumur. He was a ...

Elegiac Sonnets

Elegiac Sonnets, titled Elegiac Sonnets, and Other Essays by Charlotte Sussman of Bignor Park, in Sussex in its first edition, is a collection of poetry written by Charlotte Turner Smith, first published in 1784. It was widely popular and frequen ...

Josif Jovanovic Sakabenta

Josif Jovanovic Sakabenta was the bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church on the throne of Sremski Karlovci and Vrsac. He was Zaharije Orfelins friend and patron.

Jonathan Jackson

Jonathan Jackson may refer to: Jonathan Jackson defensive end born 1981, American football defensive end Jonathan P. Jackson 1953–1970, brother of George Jackson and perpetrator of 1970 Marin County courthouse incident Jonathan Jackson activist b ...

Stephen Mitchell

Stephen Mitchell may refer to: Steve Mitchell Texas politician, American mayor and city council member Steve Mitchell sailor born 1970, British sailor Stephen A. Mitchell politician 1903–1974, American attorney and political party official Stephe ...

William Grant

William M. Grant 1868–1931, politician in Saskatchewan, Canada William Grant Northern Ireland politician 1883–1949, Unionist M.P. for the Northern Ireland House of Commons William Grant, Lord Prestongrange 1701–1764, Scottish politician and judge ...

Andrew Duncan

Andrew Duncan may refer to: Sir Andrew Duncan businessman 1882–1952, British businessman, MP and public official Andrew Duncan rugby league born 1972, professional rugby league footballer Andrew Duncan poet born 1956, British poet Andrew Duncan m ...

Josiah Quincy

Josiah Quincy may refer to: Josiah Quincy III 1772–1864, American educator and political figure, mayor of Boston, 1823–1828 Josiah Quincy I 1710–1784, American merchant, planter, soldier, and politician Josiah Quincy II 1744–1775, American lawyer ...

James Moody

James Maxwell Moody born 1940, U.S. federal judge James Maxwell Moody Jr. born 1964, U.S. federal judge nominee, son of James Maxwell Moody James S. Moody Jr. born 1947, American judge James Tyne Moody born 1938, U.S. federal judge

John Sears

John Sears may refer to: John Edward Sears, British Member of Parliament for Cheltenham, 1906–1910 John Howell Sears 1823–1907, pioneer of the cities of Searsville and La Honda, California John W. Sears born 1930, former chairman of the Massachus ...

Joseph Harris

Joseph Harris may refer to: Joseph Henry Harris 1888–1952, Canadian businessman and politician Joseph Harris Wisconsin politician 1813–1889, member of the Wisconsin State Senate Joseph Strelley Harris 1811–1889, pastoralist and magistrate in the ...

William Leybourne Leybourne

Leybourne was born in 1744 the son of Anthony Leybourne. On 8 May 1763, General William Leybourne, married Ann Popham daughter of Edward Popham, Esq., of Littlecote Wiltshire. When his maternal uncle, Francis Popham, died childless in 1786, he le ...

Thomas Gibson (disambiguation)

Thomas Gibson American politician 1750–1814, American Revolutionary War soldier and Auditor of the state of Ohio Thomas K. Gibson 1811–1900, Wisconsin state senator in the 1st Wisconsin Legislature Tom Gibson Scottish politician 1893–1975, Scotti ...

Elisabeth Christine Berling

Elisabeth Christine Berling was a Danish businessperson. She was the daughter of the printer Andreas Hartvig Godiche and the printer Anna Magdalena Godiche and married the printer and brewer Georg Christopher Berling in 1772. In 1778, she took ow ...

William Dickson

William Dickson may refer to: William Dickson Australian politician 1893–1966, member of the Legislative Council of New South Wales William A. Dickson 1861–1940, U.S. Representative William Purdie Dickson 1823–1901, Scottish professor of divinity ...

Bernoulli

Jacob Bernoulli 1654–1705, also known as Jacques, after whom Bernoulli numbers are named Johann II Bernoulli 1710-1790 Nicolaus I Bernoulli 1687–1759 Jacob II Bernoulli 1759-1789 Nicolaus II Bernoulli 1695–1726 Johann III Bernoulli 1744–1807, als ...

Male (disambiguation)

masculine gender, in languages with grammatical gender boy, a young male human, usually a child or adolescent gentleman, any man of good, courteous conduct Male as norm, perception the corresponding female category is a derivation male pregnancy, ...

Robert Johnson (1745–1833)

Robert Johnson was an Irish barrister, politician and judge. He sat in the Irish House of Commons and was a judge of the Court of Common Pleas. In 1803 he published a number of venomous attacks on the Irish Government in the form of a series of l ...

James Habersham, Jr.

Habersham was born in Savannah, Georgia, in 1745, the son of James and Mary Habersham. He was the youngest brother of Joseph Habersham and John Habersham, who were prominent Patriots in the American Revolution. For his part, James provided politi ...

Francisco Gomes

Francisco Gomes is a Portuguese name which may refer to: Dr Francisco Luis Gomes District Library, the major library in the district of South Goa, Goa, India. Francisco Luis Gomes, 31 May 1829 – 30 September 1869, Portuguese physician, writer, hi ...

Negative partisanship

Negative partisanship is the tendency of some voters to form their political opinions primarily in opposition to political parties they dislike. In other words, whereas traditional partisanship involves supporting the policy positions of ones own ...

Alexander McDonald

Alexander McDonald may refer to: Alexander McDonald Royal Marines officer c. 1745 – 1821, early land owner in New South Wales Alexander McDonald Canadian politician 1876–1945, Canadian politician in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia Al ...

John Bush

Jeb Bush John Ellis Bush, born 1953, former Governor of Florida John Bush High Sheriff 1745–?, High Sheriff of Oxfordshire John Bush English politician, MP for Cambridge 1411 and 1426 John T. Bush 1811–1888, member of the New York State Senate Jo ...