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Fermentibacteria

Fermentibacteria is a bacterial phylum with candidate status. It is part of the FCB group. The original clone sequence used to define Fermentibacteria as a phylum AJ535232 was recovered from the Hydrate Ridge cold seep environment. The first geno ...

Emodomelanelia

Emodomelanelia masonii was first described in 1991 as Parmelia masonii by lichenologists Theodore Esslinger and Josef Poelt. It was named in honour of Mason Hale, the "preeminent student of the Parmeliaceae". The genus was circumscribed in 2010 b ...

John Crockett

John Crockett may refer to: John Watkins Crockett Jr. 1818–1874, Confederate politician from Kentucky John Crockett American football born 1992, American football running back John H. Crockett 1864–1925, American politician in Virginia John Crock ...

Pierre de Mories-Castellet

Pierre de Cheylan de Mories du Castellet was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence. He was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati.

Justice Marshall

John Marshall 1755–1835, Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court Thurgood Marshall 1908–1993, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court

Rufus King (disambiguation)

Rufus King was a U.S. Senator from New York. Rufus King may also refer to: Rufus King, Jr. 1838–1900, American Civil War officer and Medal of Honor recipient Rufus King general 1814–1876, American Civil War general Rufus G. King III born 1942, fo ...

Senator Hammond

Senator Hammond may refer to: Jay Hammond 1922–2005, Alaska State Senate Jabez Delano Hammond 1778–1855, New York State Senate Charles Hammond lawyer and journalist 1779–1840, Ohio State Senate Jim Hammond Idaho politician born 1950, Idaho State ...

61st Regiment

61st Regiment or 61st Infantry Regiment may refer to: 61st Cavalry India, a unit of the Indian Army 61st Pioneers, a unit of the British Indian Army, 1758-1922 61st Air Defense Artillery Regiment, a unit of the United States Army 61st Cavalry Reg ...

James Roosevelt (disambiguation)

James Roosevelt was an American congressman and son of 32nd US president Franklin D. Roosevelt. James Roosevelt may also refer to: James Roosevelt lawyer born 1945, attorney and son of James Roosevelt James I. Roosevelt 1795–1875, United States R ...

Slop

Slop or SLOP may refer to: Strategic Lateral Offset Procedure, in aviation, a procedure for avoiding collisions Slop is the common name for household food scraps Slop remote control, backlash in controls for model helicopters a popular term for B ...

Venango

Venango Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania Venango County, Pennsylvania Venango, Nebraska, a village Venango, Pennsylvania, a borough Fort Venango, Pennsylvania, a British fort from 1760 to 1763 Venango Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania ...

Breckinridge (surname)

Breckinridge is a surname, and may refer to: Mary Carson Breckinridge 1881–1965, founder of the Frontier Nursing Service James Breckinridge 1763–1833, Virginia lawyer and politician, Revolutionary War soldier and brigadier general in the War of 1 ...

Senator Chandler

Happy Chandler 1898–1991, U.S. Senator from Kentucky William E. Chandler 1835–1917, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire Zachariah Chandler 1813–1879, U.S. Senator from Michigan

Mount Clare

Mount Clare may refer to: Mount Clare Shops, historic railroad complex founded by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Mount Clare, Illinois Mount Clare Station, a former railroad station in Baltimore which is now part of the B&O Railroad Museum Mount ...

Senator Ward

Senator Ward may refer to: Judy Ward fl. 2010s, Pennsylvania State Senate Ruth Ward born 1936, New Hampshire Senate James Ward frontiersman 1763–1846, Kentucky State Senate Rick Ward III born 1982, Louisiana State Senate Henry Ward Kentucky polit ...

Westford

Westford is the name of several places in the United States of America: Westford, Massachusetts Westford, Connecticut Westford, New York Westford, Pennsylvania, a place in Pennsylvania Village of Westford, Vermont, one of two villages in the Town ...

Senator Hale

Eugene Hale 1836–1918, U.S. Senator from Maine from 1881 to 1911 Frederick Hale U.S. senator 1874–1963, U.S. Senator from Maine from 1917 to 1941

Senator Graves (disambiguation)

Dixie Bibb Graves was a U.S. Senator from Alabama from 1937 to 1938. Senator Graves may also refer to: Paul D. Graves 1907–1972, New York State Senate Frank X. Graves Jr. 1923–1990, New Jersey State Senate Azariah Graves 1768–1850, North Carolina ...

Justice Thompson

Justice Thompson may refer to: Leslie A. Thompson, an Associate Justice of the Florida Supreme Court Frank D. Thompson, an Associate Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court John Thompson Louisiana, a judge of the Superior Court of the Territory of O ...

Senator Woodworth

Senator Woodworth may refer to: Frederick L. Woodworth 1877–1944, Michigan State Senate Frederick A. Woodworth died 1865, California State Senate Almon Woodworth 1841–1908, Washington State Senate Arthur W. Woodworth 1823–1919, Vermont State Sena ...

Senator Holmes

David Holmes politician 1769–1832, U.S. Senator from Mississippi from 1820 to 1825 John Holmes Maine politician 1773–1843, U.S. Senator from Maine from 1820 to 1827

Arne (novel)

Arne is a peasant novel by the Norwegian writer Bjornstjerne Bjornson. It is dedicated to Ole Bull. The year 1858 is printed on the title page of the first edition, but it was not issued until 1859. The book is distinguished by its realistic port ...

Senator Roberts

Jonathan Roberts politician 1771–1854, U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania from 1814 to 1821 Pat Roberts born 1936, U.S. Senator from Kansas since 2011

Eppes

Richard Eppes 1824–1896, surgeon Francis Eppes John Wayles Eppes 1773–1823, Democrat; U.S. Representative from Virginia; U.S. Senator from Virginia Francis W. Eppes 1801–1881, Intendant Mayor of Tallahassee, Florida Mary Jefferson Eppes 1778–1804 ...

Samuel Davis

Samuel or Sam Davis may refer to: Samuel H. Davis 1896–1921, United States Army Air Service officer Sammy Davis footballer 1900–1988, English footballer Samuel Davis orientalist 1760–1819, British orientalist and amateur artist Sam Davis 1842–186 ...

Senator Hart

Thomas C. Hart 1877–1971, U.S. Senator from Connecticut from 1945 to 1946 Gary Hart born 1936, U.S. Senator from Colorado from 1975 to 1987 Philip Hart 1912–1976, U.S. Senator from Michigan from 1959 to 1976

Orsemus Morrison

After working on the construction of the Erie Canal, be moved from Buffalo, New York to Chicago in early 1833. His early work in Chicago was as a carpenter and contractor. One project he worked on was dredging the mouth of the Chicago River. On A ...

Nimrod (1810 ship)

Nimrod was launched in 1799 in Delaware or in Philadelphia, possibly under another name. She first appeared in Lloyds Register in 1810 as a West Indiaman. In 1815 she was listed as being employed in the Seas Fishery. She was last listed in 1820.

Senator Burns

Senator Burns may refer to: J. Frederick Burns fl. 1930s–1940s, Maine State Senate Edward E. Burns 1858–1941, Wisconsin State Senate Robert Burns Oklahoma politician 1874–1950, Oklahoma State Senate Barnabas Burns 1817–1883, Ohio State Senate Bre ...

Capital region (disambiguation)

The terms capital region, and capital area, or national district may refer to Capital city Capital region, an administrative region surrounding a national capital The names Capital Region, Capital Area, or National District may refer to various r ...

Mastiff (disambiguation)

A mastiff is one of a number of breeds of large dog, particularly Neapolitan Mastiff English Mastiff It may also refer to: Mastiff novel, a 2011 fantasy novel by Tamora Pierce Mastiff PPV, British Army designation for the cougar armoured fighting ...

1952 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1952 New Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 1952. Republican nominee Hugh Gregg defeated Democratic nominee William H. Craig with 63.15% of the vote.

1934 Connecticut gubernatorial election

The 1934 Connecticut gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1934. Incumbent Democrat Wilbur Lucius Cross defeated Republican nominee Hugh Meade Alcorn with 46.71% of the vote.

1914 Rhode Island gubernatorial election

The 1914 Rhode Island gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1914. Republican nominee Robert Livingston Beeckman defeated Democratic nominee Patrick H. Quinn with 53.80% of the vote.

Harewood (disambiguation)

Harewood, British Columbia, Canada Harewood West Virginia, a historic house near Charles Town, West Virginia, U.S. Harewood, New Zealand, a suburb of Christchurch Harewood ward, an electoral ward of the Leeds City Council

Trisha Davis

Trisha Nell Davis is an American biochemist, the current Earl Davie/ZymoGenetics Chair of the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Washington. Her early research focused on Calmodulin, though the primary focus of her lab has since shif ...

Preston Smith

Preston Smith may refer to: Preston Smith musician, singer/songwriter from Houston, Texas Preston Smith Georgia state politician, Georgia state senator, 2002–present Preston Smith governor 1912–2003, Texas governor, 1969–1973 Preston Smith Americ ...

George Pierce

George Pierce may refer to: George Foster Pierce 1811–1884, American Methodist bishop and college president George Edmond Pierce 1794–1871, American minister and president of Western Reserve University George Pierce Texas politician born 1941, Te ...

Thomas Sherwood

Thomas Sherwood may refer to: Thomas Sherwood assemblyman, New York assemblyman 1843, see 66th New York State Legislature Thomas Kilgore Sherwood 1903–1976, American chemical engineer Thomas R. Sherwood 1827–1896, Chief Justice of the Michigan Su ...

Senator Nichols

Senator Nichols may refer to: Ralph Nichols American football 1874–1949, Washington State Senate Bill Nichols politician 1918–1988, Alabama State Senate Andy Nichols 1937–2001, Arizona State Senate William T. Nichols 1829–1882, Vermont State Sena ...

Rebecca Fisher

Rebecca Fisher soccer, see Fredericksburg Impact Becky Fischer, American Pentecostal childrens pastor Rebecca Jane G. Fisher 1831-1926, American philanthropist and preservationist Becky Fisher Miss Texas Teen USA

William Ramsey

William or Bill Ramsey may refer to: William F. Ramsey 1855–1922, Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas William Marion Ramsey 1846–1937, American politician and judge in Oregon William Ramsey Pennsylvania 1779–1831, United States Congressman from ...

St. Peters Episcopal Church

St. Peters Episcopal Church may refer to: St. Peters Episcopal Church Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania St. Peters Episcopal Church Carson City, Nevada St. Peters Episcopal Church Norfolk, Virginia, listed on the NRHP in Norfolk, Virginia St. Peters Episc ...

Augustin Francis Bullock Creuze

AFB was born in 1800, the first of five siblings. His father, Jacques Augustine, was a merchant based in London, having emigrated from France and subsequently, aged 40, married Hanah Myles Browne in 1797. In 1808 Jacques took a position as French ...

Western Railroad

The following railroads have been known as Western Railroad or Western Railway: Western Railroad Massachusetts, 1833-1867, predecessor of the Boston and Albany Railroad Western Railway of Florida Western Railroad North Carolina, 1852-1879, predec ...

Agra Bank

By 1840 its business was still confined to advances to the Military. Attempts to circulate bank notes were blocked by the government but in any case notes had little appeal to the bulk of local residents. A branch was established in Somerset Plac ...

Refugio

Refugio may refer to: Places: Refugio Creek, a river running along Refugio Valley from the hills of western Contra Costa County, California Refugio Canyon, a region near Santa Barbara, California Refugio County, Texas Refugio State Beach, near Sa ...

Cowslip

Cowslip may refer to: Plants Primula veris, a flowering plant commonly known as cowslip Primula deorum, a flowering plant known as Gods cowslip and rila cowslip Caltha palustris, a flowering plant known as marsh marigold, kingcup and sometimes as ...

Silverthorn

Silverthorn may refer to: Silverthorn Collegiate Institute Silverthorn, a character on The Girl from Tomorrow Silverthorn, Toronto, a neighbourhood in Toronto Silverthorn album, an album by Kamelot Silverthorn novel, a novel by Raymond E. Feist E ...

Oreo (disambiguation)

Oreosomatidae, a family of fish commonly called oreos Oreo spider, a genus of Australian spiders Oreo Collins, a housecat who received a high school diploma