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Fakhr al-Din I

Fakhr al-Din Uthman ibn al-Hajj Yunis Ibn Man, also known as Fakhr al-Din I, was the Druze emir of the Chouf district in southern Mount Lebanon from at least the early 1490s until his death in 1506, during Mamluk rule. He was the head of the Man ...

Spim

Spim or SPIM may refer to: SPIM, Selective Plane Illumination Microscopy Single phase induction motor SPIM, a type of AC induction motor Jorge Chavez International Airport in Lima, Peru Former ICAO airport code SPIM SPIM, a simulated assembly lan ...

Lawik dynasty

The Lawīk dynasty or Lōyak dynasty was based in Ghazni and Gardez, present-day Afghanistan. They formerly practiced Hinduism but converted to Islam in the 8th century. The Lawik were closely related to the Kabul Shahi and Hindu Shahi dynasties. T ...

Beech argument

The beech argument is a now mostly outdated argument in Indo-European Studies that is in favour of placing the Indo-European urheimat in an area west of a line connecting Kaliningrad and the Black Sea, based on the current distribution of beech t ...

CSIC

CSIC may refer to: Cabinet Satellite Intelligence Center, the satellite surveillance unit of the Japanese intelligence agency Chinese Standard Interchange Code, the standard character set of the Republic of China Centre for the Study of Contempor ...

School of Life Sciences, EPFL

The School of Life Sciences is one of the five schools at the Ecole polytechnique federale de Lausanne in Lausanne, Switzerland. Established in 2002 under the initiative of Patrick Aebischer, then president of EPFL, the SV school aims to promote ...

Fairview Heights, New Zealand

Fairview Heights is an Auckland suburb, which is under local governance of Auckland Council. The area is defined by Lonely Track Road on the north, East Coast Road on the east, Oteha Valley Road on the south, and the Auckland Northern Motorway on ...

Bagor railway station

Bagor Station is a third-class railway station in Paron, Bagor, Nganjuk Regency, East Java, Indonesia, operated by Kereta Api Indonesia. This railway station is at the most western exist railway station in Nganjuk Regency. This station is located ...

Fair Oaks

Fair Oaks, Arkansas Fair Oaks, Georgia Fair Oaks, New York Fair Oaks, San Joaquin County, California, a place in California Fair Oaks, Fairfax County, Virginia Fair Oaks, Mendocino County, California Fair Oaks Aldie, Virginia, a historic farmstea ...

Silver Bridge (disambiguation)

The Silver Bridge was a United States bridge that spanned the Ohio River until it collapsed in 1967. Silver Bridge or Silverbridge may also refer to Silver Memorial Bridge, the replacement for the above bridge, opened in 1969. Silverbridge, Count ...

Kilmurry

Kilmurry means "Church of Mary" in Irish, and is the name of several villages or parishes. It may refer to: Kilmurry McMahon, in the barony of Clonderlaw, Clare Kilmurry GAA, a Gaelic football club based in the division of Muskerry of Cork GAA in ...

Ulster Championship

Ulster Championship may refer to a number of Gaelic games competitions in Ulster: Ulster Minor Football Championship Ulster Senior Football Championship Ulster Junior Football Championship Ulster Under-21 Football Championship Inter-county Gaelic ...

The Evil Eye (unproduced script)

The Evil Eye was an unproduced, 1966 Doctor Who adventure serial written by Geoffrey Orme, and was to feature the First Doctor, Polly and Ben.

List of lesbian characters in anime

This is a list of characters in anime that either self-identify as lesbian or have been identified by outside parties to be lesbian. Listed characters are either recurring characters, cameos, guest stars, or one-off characters. For the purpose of ...

Hiroshi Matsuyama

Hiroshi Matsuyama is a Japanese game designer. He is the CEO of the company CyberConnect2. He developed multiple games including the.hack franchise as well as adaptations of the anime series including Naruto and Dragon Ball. Besides developing ga ...

Cootie

Cootie can refer to: Cooties, a fictional disease which affects children in their early years Cootie Williams, American jazz trumpeter Head lice slang Cooties film, a 2014 film Telegraph key, alternate name for a sideswiper manual telegraph key T ...

Zhar

Not to be confused with Tsar. Zhar may mean: Zhar The Mad, an insane mage in the 1996 computer game Diablo Zhar Great Old One, a fictional deity in the Cthulhu mythos of H. P. Lovecraft Zhar a planet in the Star Wars expanded universe Zhar Lestin ...

Snow Treasure (film)

Snow Treasure is a 1968 American adventure film directed by Irving Jacoby and starring James Franciscus, Ilona Rodgers and Tor Stokke. It is based on the 1942 novel Snow Treasure by Marie McSwigan, set during the German occupation of Norway durin ...

Ryann Shane

Shane grew up with a close relationship with her father. She made her acting debut in 2004, in a short film called Superstore. Shane appeared in Definitely, Maybe alongside Ryan Reynolds in 2008. She played a daughter of an ex-boxer with dementia ...

WMAX

WMAX may refer to: WBZY, a radio station 105.3 FM licensed to Bowdon, Georgia, United States, which used the call sign WMAX-FM from February 2002 to September 2004 WMAX-FM, a radio station 96.1 FM licensed to Holland, Michigan, United States Wmax ...

Bubble Dum

The short starts off with Daffy humming while walking on a sidewalk, then he stops and sees an already chewed piece of bubble gum. He says "Ooo, street gum, my favorite fruit!", and then licks the gum of the sidewalk and chews it while continuing ...

Maritime Policy & Strategy Research Center

The Maritime Policy & Strategy Research Center is a research institute and think tank affiliated with University of Haifa dealing in areas of maritime national security matters such as maritime and strategic affairs, maritime law, maritime techno ...

Mediation (disambiguation)

Mediation, in legal practise, is a form of alternative dispute resolution. Mediations may also refer to: Cultural mediation, a mechanism of human development Data mediation, data transformation via a mediating data model Mediation Marxist theory ...

Nikolai Lukin

Nikolai Mikhailovich Lukin was a Soviet Marxist historian and publicist. He was a leader among Soviet historians in the 1930s, after the death of Mikhail Pokrovsky. He was a member of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party Bolsheviks from 1904 ...

Nathalie Evans

Nathalie Evans was a co-founder of Twycross Zoo, Leicestershire and a conservationist with a particular interest in primates. She began her career as a dog breeder and pet shop owner before merging her business with that of rival Molly Badham. Th ...

Freelancers (TV series)

"Five broke millennials struggle to build their video production company despite their limited resources, lack of experience, and living in a small, quirky town."

Sam Rockwell filmography

Sam Rockwell is an American actor. He became well known for his leading roles in Lawn Dogs, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Matchstick Men, The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Moon, G-Force, Seven Psychopaths, Mr. Right, and Richard Jewell. He ...

David Hesmondhalgh

David Hesmondhalgh is a British sociologist. He is currently Professor of Media, Music and Culture at the University of Leeds. His research focusses on the media and cultural industries, critical approaches to media in the digital age, and the so ...

Animal sex

Animal sexes may refer to: Canine reproduction, the process of sexual reproduction in domestic dogs Animal sexual behaviour, sexuality and sexual activities within animal species Stud farm, an establishment for selective breeding of livestock Sex ...

Wildlife of North Macedonia

Over 22.500 species of wildlife have been recorded in North Macedonia. The majority of these are animals, with invertebrates making up over half of the total species of recorded wildlife. Of these, the vast majority are insects, which include ove ...

Chelonoidis chathamensis

Chelonoidis chathamensis, commonly known as the Chatham Island giant tortoise or the San Cristobal giant tortoise, is a species of Galapagos tortoise endemic to San Cristobal Island in the Galapagos.

Fond

In the culinary arts, fond is a contraction of fonds de cuisine which is loosely described as "the foundation and working capital of the kitchen". It refers to a flavorful liquid that is used as foundation for other preparations, such as stocks, ...

Royal Victoria Square

Royal Victoria Square is a square adjoining the ExCel Exhibition Centre in Royal Victoria Dock in the Docklands area of East London. It was designed by Patel Taylor Architects and engineered by Aspen Burrow Crocker. The square was completed in 20 ...

Train (TV series)

Train is a South Korean television series starring Yoon Shi-yoon, Kyung Soo-jin and Shin So-yul. It premiered on OCN on July 11, 2020. It is streaming right now with multi-languages subtitles on iQIYI in South East Asia and Taiwan.

The Anarchy (book)

The Anarchy: The Relentless Rise of the East India Company is a 2019 history book by William Dalrymple. It recounts the rise of the East India Company in the second half of the 18th century, in the backdrop of a crumbling Mughal empire and the ri ...

The Limbo Line (novel)

The Limbo Line is a 1963 spy thriller novel by the British writer Victor Canning. A former British secret service agent Richard Manston is called out of retirement to tackle a Soviet spy network kidnapping recent defectors to be taken back to Moscow.

Der Herr wird dich mit seiner Gute segnen

Der Herr wird dich mit seiner Gute segnen is a Christian poem by Helmut Schlegel. It became a hymn of the genre Neues Geistliches Lied with a 1998 melody by Thomas Gabriel, part of the German Catholic hymnal Gotteslob.

Christian Socioeconomics

Christian Socioeconomics is a type of economics and social policies used by Jesus, the Apostles, and Christian denominations. The wealthy disciples of Jesus would provide for him and his disciples "out of their resources." This is consistent with ...

I know that my Redeemer liveth (disambiguation)

In German the phrase translates as "Ich weiS, daS mein Erloser lebt" and several spelling variants: "Ich weiS, daS mein Erloser lebt", a German hymn, for instance included in the Neu Leipziger Gesangbuch "Ich weiS, daS mein Erloser lebet", K. 572 ...

Joel K Abraham

Joel K. Abraham is an American ecologist and professor at California State University Fullerton. His work focuses on how plant traits and competition shape invasion success by non-native plant species in California.

Kings War

Kings War was "a game of medieval conquest" with the end goal to conquer all 15 available kingdoms. The game was human moderated. A total of fifteen players could play the game, each playing a kingdom comprising "a castle province, five town prov ...

Synoptic

Synoptic may refer to: Synoptic philosophy, wisdom emerging from a coherent understanding of everything together Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, a wide-field reflecting telescope, currently under construction, that will photograph the entire ava ...

Ruth Garcês

Ruth Garcês was a Portuguese lawyer, magistrate and judge. She was the first female magistrate and the first female judge in Portugal. She founded the Portuguese Association of Women Judges. Born in Lourenço Marques in Mozambique in 1934, Garcês ...

Ruth S. Granniss

Ruth S. Granniss was an American librarian, known for her longtime position as Librarian of the Grolier Club, which she held from 1906 to 1944.

Valliddari Madhya

Valliddari Madhya is an upcoming Indian Telugu-language romantic film directed by V. N. Aditya, and produced by Arjun Dasyan under the banner Vedaansh Creative Works. The film features Viraj Ashwin and debutant Neha Krishna in the lead roles. The ...

Brisbane (disambiguation)

HMAS Brisbane 1915 a Town-class light cruiser launched in 1915 and decommissioned in 1935 Lady Brisbane, cruise ship HMAS Brisbane D 41, a Perth -class guided missile destroyer launched in 1966 and decommissioned in 2001 HMAS Brisbane DDG 41, a H ...

Seigneurie de Beaupre Wind Farms

The Seigneurie de Beaupre Wind Farms, also known as just the Seigneurie de Beaupre, is a wind farm complex located in the La Cote-de-Beaupre Regional County Municipality of Quebec, Canada. The original "Seigneurie 2 & 3" wind farm was developed b ...

Lavitah Mountain

Lavitah Mountain, is a 1.699-metre mountain in the Miscinchinka Ranges of the Hart Ranges in the Northern Rocky Mountains. Several recreational projects have been proposed for the mountain, none of which have moved forward past very preliminary s ...

Cave of Seven Sleepers

The Cave of the Seven Sleepers is a historical and religious site in al-Rajib, a village to the east of Amman. It is claimed that this cave housed the Seven Sleepers - a group of young men who, according to Byzantine and Islamic sources, fled the ...

Polline Martignano

Polline Martignano is a zone of the Italian capital Rome, abbreviated as Z.LIX. Unlike the Rioni, Quartieri and Suburbi, it is the more rural areas of Rome. It belongs to the Municipio XV and has 40 inhabitants. It is located as an exclave in the ...