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Ida Brooks Hunt

Ida Grace Brooks was born in Panama, the daughter of an American banker father and a musical mother from Barcelona. She attended a convent school there, and St. Francis Xavier school in Brooklyn. In 1908 she spent some time studying music in Pari ...

The Bigger Picture (song)

The Bigger Picture is a protest song by American rapper Lil Baby. It was released on June 12, 2020, in the wake of the killing of George Floyd. In the song, Lil Baby shows solidarity with the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests calling for justice a ...

1908 Chicago Physicians and Surgeons football team

The 1908 Chicago Physicians and Surgeons football team represented the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago during the 1908 college football season. In their final season of existence, Chicago P&S compiled a 0–4 record, and scored on ...

Murder of Robert Cipriano

On April 16, 2012, Robert Cipriano was murdered by his adoptive son, 19-year-old Tucker Robert Cipriano and his 20-year-old friend Mitchell Young at his home in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Tucker and Young also attacked Tuckers mother Rosemary an ...

North Shore Medical Center (Miami)

North Shore Medical Center is a teaching hospital and a comprehensive stroke center in Miami, Florida. It is owned by Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare and started operations in 1953. The hospital has more than 400 medical staff and over 700 employee ...

Alexandra Cunningham Cameron

Alexandra Cunningham Cameron is an American curator of contemporary design and the first Hintz Secretarial Scholar at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

Powers Street Mosque

The Powers Street Mosque in Brooklyn, New York City is one of the oldest mosques in the United States. It was founded by a small group of Lipka Tatars, originating from the Bialystok region of Poland. This was the first Muslim organization in New ...

Carmen Best

Best was born in Tacoma, Washington and attended Lincoln High School. She earned a certificate in police management from the University of Washington and Master of Science degree in criminal justice from Northeastern University. She completed tra ...

Puget Sound John Brown Gun Club

Puget Sound John Brown Gun Club is a Puget Sound Area gun club, formerly affiliated with Redneck Revolt. During the George Floyd protests in June 2020, the group attended the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle. The club calls itself an "anti ...

Cheryl Selby

Selby was born and raised in Seattle. She spent weekends and summer days at her grandparents cabin at Lake Cushman growing up. Selby studied textiles at Seattle Pacific University and worked at Brittania Jeans during the 1980s. She moved to Olymp ...

Michàlle Mor Barak

Michàlle E. Mor Barak is an American social scientist in the areas of social work and business management, a researcher, academic and author. She is Deans Endowed Professor of Social Work and Business at the University of Southern California. She ...

2016 Alanad Air Base missile attack

The Alanad Air Base missile attack was a strike carried out by the pro-Saleh Yemeni Army and Houthi militants with a ballistic missile against a military camp in the Al Anad Air Base that was being used by troops of the Saudi-led coalition, in La ...

British Chinese cuisine

British Chinese cuisine refers to a style of Chinese cuisine developed by British Chinese in the United Kingdom, typically adapted to British tastes but increasingly inspired by authentic Cantonese dishes. It is considered a major part of British ...

Qiwllaqucha

Qiwllaqucha Dos de Mayo, a lake in the Dos de Mayo Province, Huanuco Region, Peru Qiwllaqucha Huanuco, a lake in the Huanuco Province, Huanuco Region, Peru Qiwllaqucha Huarochiri, a lake in the Huarochiri Province, Lima Region, Peru Qiwllaqucha C ...

Chota

Chota may refer to: Roman Catholic Territorial Prelature of Chota, Peru A dialect of the Sadri language Chota, Ecuador Chota Cherokee town, which once existed in present-day Monroe County, Tennessee Chota, Peru, a city in Chota District, the capi ...

COVID-19 pandemic in São Paulo

This article refers to the events that occurred in the state of São Paulo during the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil in the first half of 2020. The city of São Paulo registered the first case of the pandemic in Brazil, a 61-year-old man who had retur ...

Esporte Clube São Bernardo

Esporte Clube São Bernardo, commonly known as EC São Bernardo, Esporte Clube, or Esporte, is a professional football club based in São Bernardo do Campo, São Paulo, Brazil, that plays in the Campeonato Paulista Serie A3, the third tier of the São ...

Ngawi railway station

Ngawi Station is a first-class railway station in Gelung, Paron, Ngawi Regency, East Java, Indonesia, operated by Kereta Api Indonesia. This railway station located 8 km southwest from capital city of Ngawi. The new building is operated - which h ...

Kertosono railway station

Kertosono Station is a type-B major railway station in Banaran, Kertosono, Nganjuk Regency, East Java, Indonesia, operated by Kereta Api Indonesia, located at 400 m south of Pasar Kertosono. This is at the most eastern and the largest railway sta ...

Patroon (disambiguation)

In the United States, a Patroon was a landholder with manorial rights to large tracts of land in the 17th century Dutch colony of New Netherland in North America. In Flemish a patroon is an employer. The word is slightly antiquated. Patroon may a ...

Jay Davis (baseball)

Jay Davis is a former professional baseball player. He played seven seasons as an outfielder with the Hanwha Eagles of the Korea Baseball Organization. Davis had the longest career of a foreign player in the KBO League, achieving the highest batt ...

Norbert van Couwerven

Van Couwerven was born in Antwerp towards the end of the 16th century. After completing his education at the Jesuit college in Antwerp, he entered the Premonstratensian order and was sent to study at Leuven University. After graduation and ordina ...

Robert King (British Army officer)

King was commissioned into the West Yorkshire Regiment on 30 January 1924. He served in the Far East in the Second World War for which he was appointed a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order. After the war he became Commander of 17th Infa ...

Lionel Finch

Finch was commissioned into the 3rd Battalion, the Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment on 1 July 1908. He served in the 2n Battalion the Cheshire Regiment in the First World War and his capture and subsequent detention as a prisoner of war was reco ...

Augustus Hill (British Army officer)

Hill was commissioned into the 57th West Middlesex Regiment of Foot on 1 January 1873. Following the 1881 Childers Reforms, the 57th merged with the 77th East Middlesex, and became 2nd Battalion, the Middlesex Regiment; Hill commanded the battali ...

John Jones House

John Jones House may refer to: John Jones House Stoneham, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed John W. Jones House, Elmira, New York, NRHP-listed John J. Jones House, Madison, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Lake County John H. Jones House, Janesville, Wiscons ...

Jarvis House

Jarvis House may refer to: in the United States by state, then city/town William W. Jarvis House, Troy, Illinois, listed on the NRHP in Madison County, Illinois Jones-Jarvis House, New Bern, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in Craven County, No ...

Morrison House

Morrison House may refer to: in the United States by state, then city/town Roderick M. Morrison House, Penn Yan, New York, NRHP-listed Morrison House Cincinnati, Ohio, NRHP-listed Edward Morrison House, Pukwana, South Dakota, NRHP-listed Jackson ...

Kellogg House

Kellogg House can refer to: In the United States listed by state, then city/town Elijah Kellogg House, Harpswell, Maine, listed on the NRHP in Cumberland County Godfrey-Kellogg House, Bangor, Maine, listed on the NRHP in Penobscot County W. K. Ke ...

Evans House

Evans House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Evans House Shopville, Kentucky, Listed on the NRHP in Pulaski County Stokes-Evans House, Marlton, New Jersey, listed on the NRHP in Burlington County Ann Cunningham Evans House, C ...

Aguada Fenix

Aguada Fenix is a large Pre-Columbian Mayan ruin located in the state of Tabasco, Mexico, near the border with Guatemala. The Preclassic Maya site was discovered by aerial survey using laser mapping, and announced in 2020. The flattened mound, ne ...

Ceratothoa

Ceratothoa is a genus of isopod ectoparasite parasites of teleost fish, first described by Dana in 1852. Infection by Ceratothoa can cause anaemia, lessions, growth retardation, emaciation, and mortality in their fish hosts. Ceratothoa is conside ...

Robert J. Schmitz

Robert J. Schmitz is plant biologist and epigenomicist at the University of Georgia where he studies the generation and phenotypic consequences of plant epialleles as well as developing new techniques to identify and study cis-regulatory sequence ...

Fischer House

Fischer House may refer to: in the United States by state House at 7227 San Pedro, Jacksonville, Florida, also known as the Fischer House, NRHP-listed Fischer-Lasch Farmhouse, Wheeling, West Virginia, listed on the NRHP in Ohio County, West Virgi ...

Edwards House

Edwards House or Edwards Farm or The Edwards House may refer to: Simmons-Edwards House, Charleston, South Carolina, NRHP-listed John B. and Lydia Edwards House, Oswego, New York, NRHP-listed Rock S. Edwards Farmstead, Sodus, Michigan, listed on t ...

1892 Fordham football team

The 1892 Fordham football team, also known as the St. Johns football team, was an American football team that represented Fordham College, also known as St. Johns College, as an independent during the 1892 college football season. Under first-yea ...

James McNally

James McNally or Jim McNally may refer to: Jim McNally, locker room attendant involved in the 2015 "Deflategate" controversy Jim McNally born 1943, retired NFL football coach James McNally American football, former head football coach at Fordham ...

Souleymane Mboup

Souleymane Mboup is a Senegalese microbiologist, medical researcher, and colonel in the Armed Forces of Senegal. In 1985, he was a member of the first team to identify HIV-2, a form of HIV that is typically found in West Africa and is less transm ...

Temple Owls mens basketball statistical leaders

The Temple Owls mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Temple Owls mens basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, and steals. Within those areas, ...

Rhea Boyd

Rhea W. Boyd is an American pediatrician and child and community health advocate. Boyd is a popular science communicator, making use of social media to amplify a diverse range of voices in an effort to improve the heath of communities of colour.

Norton railway station

Norton railway station can apply to the following railway stations in England: Norton railway station Cheshire, a former station in Norton, Cheshire, England Worcestershire Parkway railway station, a current station in Norton, Worcestershire, Eng ...

Sharur (disambiguation)

Sharur or Sərur, the capital town and most populous municipality of Sharur Rayon in Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan It may also refer to: Sharur-Daralagezsky Uyezd, an uyezd of the Erivan Governorate of the Caucasus Viceroyalty of th ...

Alpheus digitalis

Alpheus digitalis is a species of pistol shrimp in the family Alpheidae. The species was first discovered after a taxonomic study of a snapping shrimp from the genus Alpheus from Japan and the Gulf of Thailand, of which, it was found that two spe ...

Selection gradient

A selection gradient describes the relationship between a character trait and a species’ relative fitness. A trait may be a physical characteristic, such as height or eye color, or behavioral, such as flying or vocalizing. Changes in a trait, suc ...

Justin Lange

Justin Craig Lange is an American professional baseball pitcher for the San Diego Padres organization. He was selected 34th overall by the San Diego Padres in the 2020 Major League Baseball draft.

Friedrich Schilling (mathematician)

From 1887 Schilling studied mathematics at the University of Freiburg and the University of Gottingen, where he received his doctorate in 1893. His doctoral thesis Beitrage zur geometrischen Theorie der Schwarzschen s-Funktion Contributions to th ...

Philip Green Wright

Philip Green Wright was an American economist who in 1928 first proposed the use of instrumental variables estimation as the earliest known solution to the identification problem in econometrics. In a book review published in 1915 he wrote one of ...

Minami-ku

Minami ku is the name of several wards located in various cities in Japan. The name literally translated to Southern District, and hence it is a very common ward name. Kumamoto: see Minami-ku, Kumamoto Hiroshima: see Minami-ku, Hiroshima Nagoya: ...

Higashi-ku

Higashi-ku is the name of several wards located in various cities in Japan. The name literally translated to "Eastern District", and hence it is a very common ward name. Higashi-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture Higashi-ku, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Prefecture ...

Minami

There are several Minami wards in Japan, most of them appropriately in the south part of a city: Minami-ku, Fukuoka Minami, Tokushima, a village in Tokushima Prefecture Minami-ku, Sapporo Minami-ku, Sagamihara Minami-ku, Yokohama Minami-ku, Okaya ...