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Vincent Lemire

Vincent Lemire is a French historian. In 1998 Lemire obtained the Agregation for History. He received his doctorate in 2006 with his work La Soif de Jerusalem, which was published as a book in 2011. His book Jerusalem 1900, published in 2013, was ...

Behind the Scenes in Slaughter-Houses

Horace Francis Lester was born in 1853 in Bombay. He was the son of Frederic William Lester, who was a Major-general of the Bombay Artillary. Lester attended the University College in Oxford, and became a barrister-at-law in 1879. Professionally, ...

LCV

Landing craft, vehicle Light Combat vehicle Long combination vehicle Airport code of Lucca, Italy Light commercial vehicle Light-weight Combat Vehicle LCV System is a wheeled self-propelled artillery of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force. Amtrak ...

Portrait of a Halberdier

Portrait of a Halberdier, The Halberdier or Man with a Halberd is a 1529-1530 or 1537 oil painting by Pontormo, originally painted on panel and later transferred to canvas. It is now in the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. A preparatory drawing now i ...

French ship Actif (1767)

Actif was built partly with timber recycled from Actif, a 64-gun ship. She took part in the Battle of Ushant on 27 July 1778 under Estienne dOrves. The year after, she was in the Channel as part of Orvillierss squadron, but she suffered an epidem ...

Selle (Scheldt tributary)

The Selle river, also spelt Celle, which flows into the Scheldt is one of several rivers in France with the same name. It flows northwest, through the French region of Hauts-de-France, and the departement of Nord. It enters the Scheldt at Denain, ...

Battle of Franklin (disambiguation)

Battle of Franklin may refer to four battles of the American Civil War: Battle of Franklin 1864, a major battle fought November 30, 1864, at Franklin, Tennessee as part of the Franklin-Nashville Campaign Joint Expedition Against Franklin, fought ...

McDonough (disambiguation)

Maurice J. McDonough High School, a public high school in Maryland, USA McDonogh No. 35 Senior High School, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States McDonogh School, a college-preparatory school in Maryland, United States Alma Grace McDonough Health ...

Sylvesters theorem

Sylvesters theorem or the Sylvester theorem may refer to any of several theorems named after James Joseph Sylvester: Sylvesters law of inertia, also called Sylvesters rigidity theorem, about the signature of a quadratic form. Sylvesters criterion ...

Survey of Palestine

The Survey of Palestine was the official survey and mapping of Palestine during the British mandate period. After 1948 it became the Survey of Israel. The survey department was established in 1920 in Jaffa, and moved to Tel Aviv in 1931. It estab ...

Jogin II

Jogin II is a mountain of the Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India.The elevation of Jogin II is 6.342 metres and its prominence is 259 metres. It is 110th highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda Devi, is the highest mountain in thi ...

Jogin III

Jogin III is a mountain of the Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India. The elevation of Jogin III is 6.116 metres. It is 155th highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda Devi, is the highest mountain in this category.

23rd Division

23rd Division South Vietnam 23rd Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Kama 2nd Croatian, Germany 23rd Infantry Division Wehrmacht 23rd Division German Empire 23rd Infantry Division United States 23rd Takavar Division Iranian Army 23rd Northumbrian ...

6-Man Tag Team Championship

A Six-Man Tag Team Championship is a title in tag team wrestling held by 3 people and defended in a six-man tag team match. Titles of this nature include: NWA World Six-Man Tag Team Championship 1955-1998 WCWA World Six-Man Tag Team Championship ...

1996 Utah State Aggies football team

The 1996 Utah State Aggies football team represented Utah State University in the 1996 NCAA Division I-A football season. The Aggies were led by head coach John L. Smith in his second year in charge. The Aggies played their home games at Romney S ...

Kevin Shea (jockey)

Kevin Shea is a former South African horse racing jockey. He was a former stable jockey for trainer Mike de Kock, and rode 26 Grade 1 winners for the trainer. His career lasted 37 years, before retiring in 2015 after experiencing chronic back pro ...

Aaron Molloy

The first professional appearance for Molloy was for Irish club Drogheda United FC where in 2015 he played in 13 matches and scored two goals. After this season Molloy paused his professional career and went to the United States to play college s ...

Eurovision Home Concerts

Eurovision Home Concerts are a series of online concerts made as an alternative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe. The concerts are broadcast on the contests YouTube channel every Fri ...

The Championship (disambiguation)

The Championship is the Football League Championship. The Championship also may refer to: RFU Championship rugby union Championship rugby league British rugby football Scottish Championship, the second division of the Scottish Professional Footba ...

Vladyslav Sirenko

Vladyslav Hennadiyovych Sirenko is a Ukrainian professional boxer. As an amateur he won a silver medal in the super-heavyweight division at the 2013 European Youth Championships.

PWFP Burn To Ashes

2020 Burn To Ashes is a professional wrestling pay-per-view event, promoted by Pro Wrestling Federation of Pakistan. The event is scheduled to take place at the PWFP Complex in Karachi, Sindh.

Lenin Military-Political Academy

The V. I. Lenin Military-Political Academy) was a higher military educational institution of the Soviet Armed Forces that provided advanced training to political workers.

OConnor Plating Works disaster

On 20 February 1947, a large accidental explosion at the OConnor Plating Works at 926 East Pico Boulevard in Los Angeles killed seventeen people and injured more than one hundred. Eleven nearby buildings were damaged beyond repair. Press reports ...

Sibley

In Canada: Sibley Peninsula, Ontario on Lake Superior In the United States: Sibley Memorial Hospital, in Washington, D.C. Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve, in California Sibley Park Sibley, Louisiana Sibley, Kansas Sibley, Iowa Sibley, No ...

Shiloh Baptist Church

Shiloh Baptist Church may refer to: in the United States by state Mount Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, New Bern, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in Craven County Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church, Brogden, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP i ...

The Isle of Youth (short story collection)

The Isle of Youth is a 2013 book of short stories by American author Laura van den Berg. The stories are told from the point of view of young women, and they revolve around the themes of secrecy, deception, and self-discovery. The book has receiv ...

Meath county football team

The Meath county football team represents Meath in mens Gaelic football and is governed by Meath GAA, the County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team compete in the three major annual inter-county competitions; the All-Ireland Senio ...

Evangelical theology

Evangelical theology is the teaching and doctrine that relates to spiritual matters in evangelical Christianity. The main points are the place of the Bible, the Trinity, worship, Salvation, sanctification, charity, evangelism and the end of time.

Whenever Youre Ready (The Good Place)

Whenever Youre Ready is the series finale of the American fantasy-comedy television series The Good Place. It is the thirteenth and fourteenth episode of the shows fourth season and the fifty-second and fifty-third episode overall. The episode wa ...

Fort Caben

In 1958, a report listing Flagler County, Florida historical sites was compiled for Florida Governor Thomas LeRoy Collins and the State Park Board. This list included Fort Caben, which was a Second Seminole War fort. The report stated, "…’Fort Ca ...

Armand Joubert

Armand Joubert is a South African singer-songwriter and artist. Born and raised in Witbank, Mpumulanga, he started to sing at the age of 5. Joubert participated in The Voice South Africa Season 2, where he was a four-chair turner and made it into ...

Municipal Building

by state Municipal Building Ames, Iowa, listed on the NRHP in Iowa Municipal Building New York, New York, listed on the NRHP in New York Manhattan Municipal Building, also known as Municipal Building, in New York City, listed on the NRHP in New Y ...

Clare Marsh

Clare Marsh was born Emily Cecil Clare Marsh 13 January 1875 at New Court, Bray, County Wicklow, the house of her maternal grandfather, Andrew McCullagh, a wine merchant. Her parents were Arthur and Rachel Marsh nee McCullagh. She had 4 siblings. ...

Chariots of Fire (disambiguation)

Chariots of Fire is a British film released in 1981. Chariots of Fire may also refer to: A line from William Blakes poem And did those feet in ancient time to which the films title alludes. Chariots of Fire play, the 2012 play based on the film T ...

Mount Cruiser

Mount Cruiser is a 6.104 ft mountain summit located in the Olympic Mountains, in Mason County of Washington state. It is situated in Mount Skokomish Wilderness on land managed by Olympic National Forest. Cruiser is the highest point on Sawtooth R ...

Natsunagu!

Natsunagu! is an original Japanese anime television series commissioned by the Kumamoto Prefectural Government to promote the prefectures recovery effort from the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes. It was released beginning January 9th, 2020 on RKK TV, a ...

New Zealand Nationally Significant Collections and Databases

The New Zealand Nationally Significant Collections and Databases are government-funded biological and physical collections or databases that are considered important and significant to New Zealand. They consist of living organisms ICMP culture co ...

John Ombler

John Stewart Ombler is a New Zealand public servant. He served as deputy State Services Commissioner from 2008 until 2014, and briefly in 2019, and as the controller of the all-of-government response during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.

2013 Iran earthquake

2013 Iran earthquake may refer to several deadly earthquakes that struck Iran in 2013: 2013 Bushehr earthquake, a magnitude 6.3 M w earthquake that struck the Iranian province of Bushehr, near the city of Khvormuj and the towns of Kaki and Shonbe ...

Nuestra Señora de la Luz

Nuestra Señora de la Luz may refer to: Cainta Church, a church in Cainta, Rizal, Philippines, also known by this name Mission Nuestra Señora de la Luz comprises a series of religious outposts established by Spanish Catholic Dominicans, Jesuits an ...

Robertas Urbonas

Out of the Ashes, 2003 Special Forces, 2003 Uncle Adolf, 2005 Invincible, 2001 Benjamin Franklin, 2002 The Red Phone: Manhunt, 2002 Vilko dantu karoliai, 1997 Iskyss, 2008 The Devils Arithmetic, 1999 Perilous, 2000 Endangered Species, 2002 Guinev ...

The Tattooist of Auschwitz

The Tattooist of Auschwitz is a 2018 Holocaust novel by New Zealand novelist Heather Morris. The book tells the story of how Slovakian Jew Lale Sokolov, who was imprisoned at Auschwitz in 1942, fell in love with a girl he was tattooing at the con ...

E. grandis

E. grandis may refer to: Exorista grandis, a fly species in the genus Exorista Eupseudosoma grandis, a moth species in the genus Eupseudosoma Edithcolea grandis, a succulent plant species distributed throughout Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, ...

South Korean IMF (International Monetary Fund) in 1997

The IMF stands for the International Monetary Fund. It has been established in 1945 and is an international financial institution that, with the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development since March 1947, contributes to the developmen ...

Arthur Solly-Flood

Born the son of Major-General Sir Frederick Solly-Flood and Constance Eliza Frere, Arthur Solly-Flood was educated at Wellington College and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. He was commissioned into the South Lancashire Regiment in 1891. Af ...

Middle Rio Grande

Middle Rio Grande may refer to: The middle of the Rio Grande Middle Rio Grande Development Council, a voluntary association of cities, counties and special districts in southern Texas Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, which manages irrigati ...

Varzea

Varzea Barcelos Varzea São Pedro do Sul, a parish of Portugal Varzea Felgueiras, a parish of Portugal Varzea Santarem, a parish of Portugal Varzea Arouca, a parish of Portugal Varzea Amarante, a parish of Portugal

Bertram Mitford (British Army officer)

Mitford was commissioned into the Buffs Royal East Kent Regiment in 1882. He transferred to the Egyptian Army in January 1886 and back to the British Army in January 1897. After seeing action in the Dongola Campaign and the Second Boer War, he be ...

2020 Myanmar general election

General elections are scheduled to be held in Myanmar in November 2020. Voting is expected to occur in all constituencies, excluding seats appointed by the military, to select Members of Assembly to seats in both the upper house and the lower hou ...

Tornadoes of 1953

This page documents the tornadoes and tornado outbreaks of 1953, primarily in the United States. Most tornadoes form in the U.S., although some events may take place internationally. Tornado statistics for older years like this often appear signi ...