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Gerrie Sonnekus

Sonnekus finished his schooling in Welkom and studied at the University of the Free State. He played his first provincial match for the Free State in 1974 and continued to represent the union until 1985. During his career with the Free State he p ...

Charles Blair

Charles Blair may refer to: Charles F. Blair Jr. 1909–1978, United States Air Force general Charlie Walker-Blair born 1992, English rugby union footballer Charles A. Blair 1854–1912, member of the Michigan Supreme Court, 1905–1912 Charles W. Blai ...

Kumeroa

Kumeroa is a farming settlement in Tararua District and Manawatū-Whanganui region of New Zealands North Island. It is about ten minutes drive from Woodville, on the opposite side of the Manawatū River. The township consists of a school, community ...

Bye PewDiePie

Bye PewDiePie is a diss track by Indian YouTuber CarryMinati. It is a response to Swedish YouTuber PewDiePies diss track Bitch Lasagna, during PewDiePie vs T-Series competition, in which the two channels Indian music label T-Series and PewDiePie ...

1971 Belgian Open Championships

The 1971 Belgian Open Championships was a mens tennis tournament staged at the Leopold Club in Brussels, Belgium that was part of the Grand Prix circuit and categorized as a Group B event. The tournament was played on outdoor clay courts and was ...

2020 World TeamTennis season

The 2020 World TeamTennis season will be the 45th season of the top professional team tennis league in the United States. Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, all matches will be held at The Greenbrier" America’s Resort” in White Sulphur S ...

Impact Wrestling Under Pressure

Under Pressure was a special episode of Impact! produced by Impact Wrestling, which was taped on April 24, 2018 and April 25, 2018 at the Impact Zone in Orlando, Florida and aired on May 31, 2018. Five matches were contested at the event. In the ...

Ain al-Kheil Mosque

The Ain al-Kheil Mosque, also known as the al-Azhar Mosque, is a historic mosque in Fes el-Bali, the old medina of Fes, Morocco.

Bridging

In electronics, using a low source impedance to drive a large load impedance for maximum voltage transfer, called impedance bridging Bus bridging, see Conventional PCI Bridging networking, a packet forwarding technique used in computer networks I ...

Marc Benoit-Lizon

Marc Prosper Jacques Arthur Benoit-Lizon was a French skier. He competed in the military patrol at the 1948 Summer Olympics. He was killed during the First Indochina War.

Santa Helena

Santa Helena may refer to: Santa Helena del Opon, a town and municipality in Colombia Santa Helena, Parana, a municipality in Brazil Santa Helena, Santa Catarina, a municipality in Brazil Grupo Santa Helena, a group of painters Helena of Constant ...

Nacional Atletico Clube

Nacional Atletico Clube may refer to: Nacional Atletico Clube SP, Brazilian football club from São Paulo Nacional Atletico Clube Sociedade Civil Ltda., Brazilian football club from Rolandia Nacional Atletico Clube Cabedelo, Brazilian football clu ...

Tocantins (disambiguation)

Tocantins River, a river in Brazil Tocantins, Minas Gerais, a Brazilian municipality Tocantins River Jamanxim River, a river in Para, Brazil Tocantins basin, a drainage basin in Brazil Territorial Prelature of São Jose de Alto Tocantins, a former ...

Filadelfia (disambiguation)

Filadelfia can refer to: Filadelfia, Calabria, Italy Filadelfia, Amazonas, an indigenous village in Brazil Filadelfia, Paraguay Filadelfia, Caldas, Colombia Filadelfia de Guanacaste, Costa Rica Stadio Filadelfia, an historic football stadium in T ...

Willington

Willington may refer to: In England Willington, Cheshire Willington F.C., football club Willington, County Durham Willington, Bedfordshire Willington, Kent Willington, Warwickshire Willington, Derbyshire Willington, Tyne and Wear In the United St ...

Coopers Hill

Coopers Hill or Cooper Hill may refer to: Coopers Hill, Brockworth, Gloucestershire, UK Coopers Hill, Bedfordshire, UK, a site of Special Scientific Interest Coopers Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake an annual event in Brockworth Coopers Hill, a 1642 ...

Englefield

In England: Englefield Green, a village in the county of Surrey, England Englefield, Berkshire, a village in the county of Berkshire, England In Wales: Englefield, an alternative name for the Cantref of Tegeingl in north Wales

Wokingham (disambiguation)

Wokingham is a market town in Berkshire. Wokingham may also refer to: Wokingham and Emmbrook F.C. an English football club Wokingham local elections Wokingham Half Marathon, a Half Marathon in Wokingham Wokingham railway station, a railway statio ...

Woking (disambiguation)

Woking is a large town in Surrey, England. Woking may also refer to: Woking hundred, a hundred in what is now Surrey, England Woking, Alberta, a small hamlet in Alberta, Canada Woking College, a Sixth Form College situated in Woking, Surrey, Engl ...

Pagnell

Pagnell may refer to: Newport Pagnell services, motorway service station between junctions 14 and 15 of the M1 motorway Hooton Pagnell, village in the metropolitan borough of Doncaster in South Yorkshire, England Boothby Pagnell, village in the S ...

Robert Peyton

Robert Peyton may refer to: Sir Robert Peyton of Isleham died 1518, founder of the line of Peyton baronets Lee Frederick, American actor frequently credited as Robert Peyton Bob Peyton born 1964, English footballer Robert Ludwell Yates Peyton 182 ...

John Huddleston (disambiguation)

John Huddleston was an English Benedictine monk and priest. John Huddleston is the name of: John Dormer Jesuit real name John Huddleston, English Jesuit cleric John Walter Huddleston 1815–1890, English lawyer and judge John Huddleston American fo ...

Deepdale (disambiguation)

Deepdale is the stadium of Preston North End football club, in Preston, England Deepdale may also refer to: Places in England Deepdale, Preston, the area in which Deepdale stadium is located Deepdale, Cumbria, a valley in the Yorkshire Dales Nati ...

Cowgill

Bryan Cowgill 1927–2008, British television executive Joseph W. Cowgill 1908–1986, politician Makenna Cowgill born 1998, American child actress Joseph Cowgill 1860–1936, English prelate of the Roman Catholic Church Collin Cowgill born 1986, Ameri ...

Sleightholme (disambiguation)

Sleightholme Dale, a valley in the North York Moors, North Yorkshire, England Sleightholme, a hamlet in County Durham formerly in the North Riding of Yorkshire, England

Newhaven

Newhaven, East Sussex, England, a port town Newhaven, Derbyshire, England, a hamlet Newhaven, Victoria, Australia Newhaven, Edinburgh, Scotland Newhaven Sanctuary, Northern Territory, Australia

2006–07 Hellenic Football League

Premier Division featured 17 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with five new clubs: Hounslow Borough, promoted from Division One East AFC Wallingford, promoted from the Combined Counties League Thame United, relegated from t ...

Thomas Crompton

Thomas Crompton may refer to: Thomas Crompton died c.1607, English MP for Newton Isle of Wight UK Parliament constituency and Newport, Isle of Wight Thomas Crompton died 1601, English MP for Steyning, Radnor, Leominster and Beverley Thomas Crompt ...

Anthony Morgan

Anthony Morgan may refer to: Anthony Morgan of Freshwater died 1729, English army officer, Lieutenant-Governor of the Isle of Wight, and Member of Parliament Sir Anthony Morgan of Kilflgin died 1665, Royalist officer during the English Civil War ...

Lancashire Cup

Lancashire Cup may refer to: Lancashire FA Challenge Trophy, English association football competition Lancashire Cup rugby union, a knock-out cup for mens rugby union clubs in the traditional county of Lancashire established in 1971. Lancashire C ...

Peter Elliott

Peter Elliott may refer to: Peter Elliott actor, New Zealand actor Peter D. T. A. Elliott born 1941, American mathematician Peter John Elliott born 1943, former auxiliary bishop of the Roman Catholic Church in Melbourne, Australia Peter Elliott a ...

Charles Mallam

Charles George Cave Mallam was an English first-class cricketer and educator. The son of Thomas Mallam, he was born in August 1859 at Iffley Manor House in Iffley, Oxfordshire. He was educated at Uppingham School, before matriculating at the Univ ...

Walter Price

Walter Price may refer to: Walter Price cricketer and umpire 1834–1894, English cricketer and umpire Walter H. Price, one of the Four Founding Fathers of Aston Villa Football Club Wally Price born 1926, Australian rules footballer Walter Price Au ...

Ramsden

Ramsden may refer to: Places Ramsden, Worcestershire, England, a hamlet Ramsden, Oxfordshire, England, a village and civil parish Ramsden Park, Toronto, Canada Ramsden crater, on the Moon 8001 Ramsden, an asteroid Ramsden, Greater London, England ...

John Blount

John Blount died 1417, MP for Dorchester UK Parliament constituency John Blount died 1531, MP for Shropshire John Blount died 1425, MP for Worcestershire UK Parliament constituency

Erlenbach

Erlenbach Nidda, in Hesse, tributary of the Nidda Erlenbach Speyerbach, in Rhineland-Palatinate, headwater of the Speyerbach Erlenbach Nidder, in Hesse, tributary of the Nidder Erlenbach Hillersbach, in Hesse, tributary of the Hillersbach Erlenba ...

Damm

Damm may refer to: Damm, Parchim, a municipality in the district of Ludwigslust-Parchim, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. N. W. Damm & Son, a Norwegian publishing house. Drivers Against MADD Mothers, an organization opposed to MADD. Damm or Altda ...

Gladbach

Gladbach may refer to: the former name of Monchengladbach, a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Borussia Monchengladbach, a football club in Monchengladbach Gladbach Formation, a geologic formation in Germany Gladbach, a suburban administrat ...

Feldkirchen

in Austria Feldkirchen district, the district that surrounds Feldkirchen in Karnten Feldkirchen an der Donau Feldkirchen bei Graz Feldkirchen bei Mattighofen Feldkirchen in Karnten, in Carinthia Germany Feldkirchen Feldkirchen-Westerham, village ...

Gesundbrunnen

Gesundbrunnen is the name of the following places and facilities in Germany: Berlin-Gesundbrunnen station Gesundbrunnen Berlin, a subdistrict of Bezirk Mitte in Berlin and also there Stadion am Gesundbrunnen demolished in 1974, former home ground ...

Trinchera

Trinchera may refer to: The Trincheras Formation, a geological formation in Colombia Trinchera Peak, a mountain in Colorado Trinchera, an archaeological site on Pukara Mountain in Peru Trincheras, a town and municipality in Sonora, Mexico Trinche ...

2019 MAC Mens Soccer Tournament

The 2019 MAC Mens Soccer Tournament was the 27th and final edition of the MAC Mens Soccer Tournament, a post-season college soccer conference tournament to determine the MAC champion, and the conferences automatic berth into the NCAA Division I M ...

Rocky Mount

Rocky Mount is the name of: Rocky Mount Athletic Complex Rocky Mount, Alabama Rocky Mount metropolitan area Rocky Mount, Miller County, Missouri Rocky Mount, Louisiana Rocky Mount, North Carolina Rocky Mount Instruments Rocky Mount Mills Rocky Mo ...

Tacony

Tacony may refer to: Companies Tacony Corporation, a St. Louis, Missouri-based manufacturer and wholesale distributor of vacuum cleaners, sewing machines, ceiling fans, and commercial floor care equipment Places Tacony SEPTA station, a railroad s ...

Laura Jones

Laura Jones may refer to: Laura Jones screenwriter born 1951, Australian screenwriter Laura Jones gymnast born 1992, British gymnast Laura Anne Jones born 1979, former member of the National Assembly for Wales Laura Jones politician, American pol ...

RCU

Remote concentrator unit in telephony Organocopper complexes RCu, in reactions of organocopper reagents Read-copy-update, a computer operating system synchronization mechanism

Rivergums Primary School

This Article is about a Independent-Public school located in the Rockingham, Perth Region. See City of Rockingham Rivergums Primary school is an Independent-Public school located in Avoca chase, Baldivis, WA, Australia. It is Situated next to Bal ...

Mike Wells (basketball)

Wells started his career as an intern coaching staff for the Houston Rockets in 1994-95 season. The team was coached by legendary head coach, Rudy Tomjanovich. At that time, the Rockets won their first championship in franchise history during the ...

1973 Rainier International Tennis Classic

The 1973 Rainier International Tennis Classic, also known as the Seattle International, was a mens tennis tournament staged at the Seattle Center Arena in Seattle, Washington in the United States that was part of the Grand Prix circuit and catego ...

1973 Tanglewood International Tennis Classic

The 1973 Tanglewood International Tennis Classic was a mens tennis tournament held at Tanglewood Park in Clemmons, North Carolina in the United States that was part of the Grand Prix circuit and categorized as a Group C event. The tournament was ...