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2014 European Marathon Cup

The 2014 European Marathon Cup was the 10th edition of the quadrennial team marathon competition between European countries, which was held in Zurich, Switzerland on 16–17 August. The start and finish points were located on Burkliplatz, and the r ...

St. Michaels Episcopal Church

St. Michaels Episcopal Church Bristol, Rhode Island, Bristol, Rhode Island St. Michaels Episcopal Church, Trenton, New Jersey, is now St. Michaels Church, Trenton, New Jersey, listed on the National Register of Historic Places St. Michaels Episco ...

2014 Netball Superleague Grand Final

The 2014 Netball Superleague Grand Final featured Manchester Thunder and Surrey Storm. This was the second grand final featuring Thunder and Storm. The two teams previously met in the 2012 grand final which Thunder won by two points. After winnin ...

Bhaskar Vira

Bhaskar Vira is an Indian academic, professor of economic geography, and the current Head of Department of Geography, University of Cambridge. He is the founding director of the University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute, and a fello ...

Worlds Fair (disambiguation)

A worlds fair is a large public exhibition. These exhibitions vary in character and are held in varying parts of the world. Worlds Fair may also refer to: IND Worlds Fair Line, a branch of Independent Subway System of New York City serving the 19 ...

ODSC

Open Data Science Conference, or ODSC, is an annual event held in Boston, San Francisco, Brazil, London, and India. The purpose of ODSC events is to discuss data science and machine learning topics, as well as provide training sessions.

2019–20 Buffalo Bulls womens basketball team

The 2019–20 Buffalo Bulls womens basketball team represents the University at Buffalo during the 2019–20 NCAA Division I womens basketball season. The Bulls, led by eight-year head coach Felisha Legette-Jack, play their home games at Alumni Arena ...

Victory Bell

Victory Bell may refer to: Governors Victory Bell, awarded to the winner of the football game between the University of Minnesota and Pennsylvania State University Victory Bell North Carolina–Duke, awarded to the winner of the football game betwe ...

Natural Bridge

Natural Bridge State Resort Park, in Kentucky Natural Bridges State Beach, in Santa Cruz, California Natural Bridge State Park Massachusetts Natural Bridge Caverns, in Texas Natural Bridge, Alabama Natural Bridge State Park Wisconsin Ayres Natura ...

2019 Horizon League Mens Soccer Tournament

The 2019 Horizon League Mens Soccer Tournament was the 32nd edition of the tournament. The tournament decided the Horizon League champion and guaranteed representative into the 2019 NCAA Division I Mens Soccer Tournament. The tournament will be b ...

12 Mighty Orphans

12 Mighty Orphans is an upcoming American sports film directed by Ty Roberts and starring Martin Sheen, Robert Duvall and Luke Wilson. It is based on the non fiction book by Jim Dent, Twelve Mighty Orphans: The Inspiring True Story of the Mighty ...

UFC on ESPN: Woodley vs. Burns

UFC on ESPN: Woodley vs. Burns is a mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that will take place on May 30, 2020 at the UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

Paddock (disambiguation)

Paddock war rooms, a two-level concrete citadel in Dollis Hill, north London, serving as war rooms for Winston Churchill during World War II Paddock, Merrick County, Nebraska Paddock, Nebraska disambiguation, two unincorporated communities Paddoc ...

Short line

Short line or Short Line can refer to: "Short Line Road", now known as Ayd Mill Road, a parallel highway Short Line bus company, also known as ShortLine, a bus operator in New York State, United States Short Line Reading Series, a popular Vancouv ...

Minnehaha Falls Lower Glen Trail

Minnehaha Falls Lower Glen Trail is a popular hiking route in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. The 2.1-mile trail loop begins and ends at the base of the iconic Minnehaha Falls. Hikers follow natural trails and elevated boardwalks through a ...

Johnny Miller (aviator)

John MacDonald Miller was a barnstorming pilot, the first person to make a US transcontinental flight in a rotorcraft, the first to land a rotorcraft on the roof of a building, and the first to fly a scheduled US mail rotorcraft service. He was a ...

MossRehab

MossRehab is a physical rehabilitation facility located in the Philadelphia region of Pennsylvania that opened in the early 1900s as part of the original Jewish Hospital. Moss became an independent facility in 1952. During the 1990s, MossRehab me ...

General Tire 150 (Phoenix)

The General Tire 150 is a 150-mile annual ARCA Menards Series race held at Phoenix Raceway in Avondale, Arizona. The inaugural event was held on March 6, 2020 and was won by Chandler Smith.

The Extra Mile (disambiguation)

"The Extra Mile", an episode of the TV series All Saints season 7 "Extra Mile", an episode of Murphys Law UK TV series "The Extra Mile", an episode of Drive 2007 TV series

The Riveter (organization)

The Riveter is a for-profit company headquartered in Seattle, Washington. It is focused on supporting women in the workplace. It engages in political advocacy, provides office and work space, hosts events, and publishes content. It was named afte ...

The Dismissal (disambiguation)

The Dismissal refers to the Australian constitutional crisis of 1975, during which Prime Minister Gough Whitlam was dismissed. The Dismissal may also refer to: "The Dismissal" Dynasty, a 1986 episode of the American television drama Dynasty New S ...

Eltham District Historical Society

Eltham District Historical Society is a community organisation devoted to the collection, preservation and sharing of stories about the local history of the Eltham district in the north east of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Its geographic area ...

Leeuwin

Leeuwin Barracks, formerly HMAS Leeuwin naval base, a Royal Australian Navy shore base in North Fremantle Cape Leeuwin, the most south-westerly point of Australia Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, the national park in which Cape Leeuwin is located

2021 in American music

17 – Kiss will play its last-show ever in their hometown of New York City, where they had formed 48 years earlier.

2020 Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts

The 2020 Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts presented by Bayer, the provincial womens curling championship for Manitoba, was held from January 29 – February 2 at the Riverdale Community Centre in Rivers, Manitoba. The winning Kerri Einarson r ...

Canada Emergency Student Benefit

The Canada Emergency Student Benefit is a federal subsidy programme that was created by the Trudeau government in April 2020, in order to help students that are unable to find summer employment because of the economic shutdown due to the COVID-19 ...

Judaa

Judaa is the seventh studio album by Indian singer Amrinder Gill, released on November 5, 2011, by Envy Entertainment, Music Waves, Speed Records and Times Music. The album was produced by Dr Zeus. The lyrics were penned by Bilal Saeed, Raj Kakra ...

Helmet (disambiguation)

"Policemans helmet", a British colloquial name for the Himalayan Balsam plant Helmet pigeon, a variety of fancy pigeon Helmet Peak disambiguation, several peaks The Helmet, a mountain in Montana

YRS

Yrs or YRS may refer to: Year, an abbreviation Year-round school The Yorkshire Ridings Society Yahya Rahmat-Samii, the most powerful professor in antenna field. YRS, "Young Rugged Sprits" a group of people dedicated in helping the people of the w ...

Hartland

Hartland, Maine Hartland, Connecticut Hartland Lexington, Kentucky, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Fayette County, Kentucky Hartland, California Hartland CDP, Maine, a census-designated place in the town of Hartland, Maine ...

Chang Hui-tsz

Chang Hui-tsz is a Taiwanese freestyle wrestler. In 2019 she won one of the bronze medals in the womens 76 kg event at the 2019 Asian Wrestling Championships held in Xian, China.

Marina Sedneva

Marina Sedneva is a Kazakhstani freestyle wrestler. In 2019 she won the gold medal in the 55 kg event at the 2019 Asian Wrestling Championships held in Xian, China. In 2017 she competed in the womens 58 kg event at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Marti ...

2017 National Peoples Congress

The 2017 National Peoples Congress, or the Fifth Plenary Session of the 12th National Peoples Congress, was held in March 2017 at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China. It was the last plenary session of the 13th NPC held before election ...

Rushan Abbas

Rushan Abbas is an Uyghur activist and advocate from the region of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China, also known as East Turkistan. She is the founder and Executive Director of the Campaign for Uyghurs since September 2017.In 1993, Rusha ...

Dolera Davronova

Dolera Davronova is an Uzbekistani weightlifter. In 2018 she won the silver medal in the girls +63 kg event at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the time she won the bronze medal but Supatchanin Khamhaeng of Thail ...

Motherland controversy

The motherland controversy happened in 1936 in colonial Taiwan of Japan. Lin Hsien-tang, the chief of the family of Lin from Wufeng, Taiwan, was openly humiliated by a Japanese gangster in 1936 for he had once called China his motherland. The med ...

Chris Chappell

Chris Chappell is the host of the international online news program China Uncensored ", focusing on sensitive political issues in the Chinese Peoples Republic with a piece of Humor, and Satire elements. Chappell at the age of 19 was seriously ill ...

2014 EMF miniEURO

The 2014 EMF miniEuro was the 5th edition of the EMF miniEURO for national Small-sided football teams. It was hosted in Herceg Novi, Montenegro, from 26 to 30 November 2014. The final tournament was contested by 24 teams. The matches were played ...

Agnes Lacheux

Agnes Lacheux is a French paracanoeist who competes in international level events. She became a paraplegic after a car accident in 1999. Lacheux was once an able-bodied canoeist before her accident, she won a bronze medal in the French national c ...

Daniel Scheil

Daniel Scheil is a German Paralympic athlete competing in F33-classification discus throw and shot put events. He represented Germany at the 2016 Summer Paralympics and he won the gold medal in the mens shot put F33 event. At the 2014 European Ch ...

2017 Europes Strongest Man

The 2017 Europes Strongest Man was a strongman competition that took place in Leeds, England on the 1st April 2017 at the First Direct Arena. This event was part of the 2017 Giants live tour.

Medemsand

Medemsand island was a small island of Germany in the mouth of the Elbe on the Schleswig-Holstein coast opposite Otterndorf, where the Medem river flows into the Elbe. It was also known locally as Flak island. The island belonged to the district ...

Dooram

The movie begins with the journey from Bangkok to hyderabad of the protagonist, Dennis who meets Riti SatyanarayananAina on the flight. Riti reminds Dennis of his past love Ann MariyaAima and his memories about his lost love is what the film is a ...

Okate Life

Okate Life is a 2019 Telugu technological-drama film directed by M. Venkat. The film stars Jithan Ramesh and Shruti Yugal in the lead roles.

Takku Mukku Tikku Thalam

Takku Mukku Tikku Thalam is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language comedy thriller film written and directed by Thangar Bachan and produced by George Diaz. The film stars Bachans son Vijith Bachan, Munishkanth and Milana Nagaraj playing the lead roles ...

WinZO

WinZO is a mobile e-Sports gaming platform in India. It is available in 10 regional languages of India. WinZO Games is operated by TicTok Skill Games Pvt. Ltd.

Sarvajanikarige Suvarnavakasha

Sarvajanikarige Suvarnavakasha is a 2019 comedy Kannada language film written and directed by debutant Anoop Ramaswamy Kashyap. Movie based on Guy de Maupassants short story The Necklace It stars Rishi, Dhanya Balakrishna, movie marks the latters ...

Afzal-ul Amin

Mohammed Afzal-ul Amin popularly known as M.A Amin was an Indian politician and social worker hailing from the Indian state of Odisha. He served as the general secretary of Utkal Pradesh Congress Committee during Biren Mitras chief ministership. ...

Iraj Azizpour

Iraj Azizpour is an Iranian heavyweight kickboxer. He is the former Kunlun Fight heavyweight kickboxing champion, and was ranked among the top 10 kickboxers in the world in 2018 by Combat Press, and Liver Kick.

David Barniville

David Barniville is an Irish lawyer who is currently a Judge of the High Court. He formerly practiced as a barrister and was the chair of the Bar Council of Ireland.