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Campus Challenge

Campus Challenge is a Philippine television quiz show broadcast by UNTV. The show ran continuously every Sunday for 4 seasons beginning August 14, 2011, until it concluded on April 28, 2013. It was hosted by then-MTV VJ Jonathan "Sib" Sibulo and ...

Hlodvir Thorfinnsson

Hlodvir Thorfinnsson, was a Viking leader who served as Jarl of Orkney, overseeing the Northern Isles from about 980 to 987. He is mentioned in the Orkneyinga saga, as well as in the sagas of Olafr Tryggvason and St. Olaf. Beyond the saga records ...

Petras Gedgaudas

Petras Simonas Gedgaudas was a Lithuanian noble and diplomat. He briefly was a regent of Polotsk in 1440, regent of Smolensk in 1447–1451, and castellan of Vilnius in 1451.

Impade

Impade is a cookie of Sephardi Jewish origin that is most commonly found among members of the Venetian Jewish community and their descendants, and is traditionally prepared at Purim, but is also prepared year round.

Papyless

Papyless Co. Ltd., formerly known as Fuji Online Systems from 1995 to 2000, is a Japanese e-book distribution company first established on March 31, 1995. Papyless is the parent company of Renta!, a digital manga online rental service.

Agua Branca (São Paulo Metro)

Agua Branca will be one of the future stations of São Paulo Metro and will belong to Line 6-Orange, which construction is currently paralyzed. In its first phase, with 15.9 km of extension, Line 6 should connect Brasilandia, in the North Side, to ...

Vila Cardoso (São Paulo Metro)

Itaberaba will be one of the future stations of São Paulo Metro and will belong to Line 6-Orange, which construction is currently paralyzed. In its first phase, with 15.9 km of extension, Line 6 should connect Brasilandia, in the North Side, to S ...

Itaberaba (São Paulo Metro)

Itaberaba will be one of the future stations of São Paulo Metro and will belong to Line 6-Orange, which construction is currently paralyzed. In its first phase, with 15.9 km of extension, Line 6 should connect Brasilandia, in the North Side, to S ...

Wood and Allied Workers Union

The Wood and Allied Workers Union was a trade union representing workers in the wood industry in Finland. The union was founded in 1993, when the Wood Workers Union merged with the Rural Workers Union. Like its predecessors, the union affiliated ...

Variation (Hensoukyoku)

Variation is the second studio album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori. It was released on 27 October 1982 under the Warner Pioneer label. The album includes the controversial single hit Shoujo A. It became her first number-one on the Oricon Week ...

List of songs recorded by Fats Domino

The table below lists in alphabetical order all studio recordings by Fats Domino including unreleased recordings and alternative titles, together with references to the songwriters, recording dates and the first release of each recording. Alterna ...

Deeds of the Bishops of Halberstadt

The Deeds of the Bishops of Halberstadt is an anonymous Latin chronicle of the diocese of Halberstadt from its foundation in 780 down to 1209. The Deeds was the work of several authors over two centuries. The earliest part was written towards the ...

List of ragtime pianists

List of ragtime pianists Elliott Shapiro, son of music publisher Maurice Shapiro, in a 1951 article, offered a list of standout ragtime pianists - in two categories: Ragtime pioneers Later ragtimers Many ragtime pianist, beginning around the 1920 ...

Shaker (Akina Nakamori album)

Shaker is the seventeenth studio album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori and third studio album to be released during 1990s. It was released on 21 March 1997 under the MCA Records label. The album includes lead singles Moonlight Shadow and Appeti ...

Zemshchina

Zemshchina was in the classical sense, according to the definition of the archaeographer Vasily Storozhev, "land, as a concept opposite to the state, to everything state and sovereign in ancient Russia". This term received special meaning in the ...

Cogswells Battery Illinois Light Artillery

Cogswells Battery Illinois Light Artillery was an artillery battery from Illinois that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Organized in November 1861 as Company A, 53rd Illinois Infantry Regiment, it was detached as an indepen ...

Keewatin ice sheet

The Keewatin ice sheet was a major ice sheet that periodically covered large parts of North America during glacial periods over the last ~2.6 million years. This included the following areas: North Dakota Saskatchewan Eastern South Dakota Western ...

Diversion (play)

Diversion is a 1927 play by the British writer John Van Druten. It was first staged in the United States at the Lyceum Theatre in Rochester before beginning a 68 run performance at the 49th Street Theatre in 1928. In London it ran for a comined 1 ...

HelenenstraSe

The HelenenstraSe is a street in the Stone Gate locality in the eastern suburbs of Bremen, Germany. The street was built in the 19th century and is known for prostitution.

Attack on Sabac

The Attack on Sabac was attack of the united rebel forces of the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland, forces of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia and Pecanac Chetniks against German forces garrisoned in Sabac in Axis-occupied Yugoslavia in period bet ...

Valentin Bogomazov

Valentin Mikhailovich Bogomazov was a Russian diplomat. He served as a member of diplomatic staff and as ambassador to Peru and Ecuador from the 1960s and into the 2000s.

Peoples Commissariat for Posts and Telegraphs of the USSR

Peoples Commissariat for Posts and Telegraphs of the USSR was the central organ of the Soviet Union government that was in charge of the organisation and administration of the different forms of communication including posts. It existed between 1 ...

Local 58

Local 58 is a fictional television station created for a YouTube horror anthology web series created by webcartoonist and author Kris Straub, who is known for creating the creepypasta Candle Cove. The series is about a fictional public access tel ...

Elle

Elle may refer to: Ferdinand Elle 1570–1637, French portrait painter Elle magazine, a fashion publication Elle Style Awards Elle name, a female given name Elle sport, a Sri Lankan game similar to baseball Elle film, a 2016 French film Elle, Centr ...

Angelo Giacinto Scapardini

Angelo Giacinto Scapardini, O.P. was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who spent a decade preaching throughout Italy, then served as a papal diplomat in Latin America for ten years, and ended his career leading the Diocese of Vigevano fro ...

Adilsah Kadın

Adilsah Kadın was the fourth wife of Ottoman Sultan Mustafa III. She was the mother of two princesses.

Duke Chu of Wey

Duke Chu of Wey was 29th ruler of the ancient Chinese state of Wey. He ruled the duchy twice: the first time between 493 BC and 481 BC, the second time between 477 BC and 470 BC. His given name was Zhe. Zhe was the son of Kuǎikùi, whom was the he ...

Adrian and Ritheus

Adrian and Ritheus is an Old English prose literary text preserved in British Library manuscript Cotton Julius A ii, fols 137v-140. It comprises of a dialogue of forty-eight formulaic questions and answers between the titular Adrianus and Ritheus ...

Manderbach Fahrzeugbau

In 1899, Louis Manderbach founded the Manderbach Fahrzeugbau company in Wissenbach Dillenburg a craft business and manufactured for 30 years Horse-drawn wagons only. In 1926 Manderbach started building delivery vans, initially three-wheeler deliv ...

Corps Franc de la Montagne Noire

The Corps Franc de la Montagne Noire or C.F.M.N, was a fighting unit of the French resistance, during World War II, it was located in the mountainous area of the southwestern end of Massif Central. Its mission was to prevent German troops from go ...

Oscar Albert Johnsen

Johnsen became a student a 1896; he graduated with a masters degree in 1898, and in 1906 he received a PhD with his dissertation De norske stænder The Norwegian Estates. In 1906 and 1907 he studied as a government scholar in Copenhagen, Paris, an ...

Welcome to the Dark Ages

Welcome to the Dark Ages was a three-day event organised by The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu, held in Liverpool in August 2017. The event heralded a revival of the creative partnership between Jimmy Cauty and Bill Drummond, under the name with whi ...

Kingdom of Cilicia (ancient)

Kingdom of Cilicia was an independent state that existed from 612BC to 549BC. The state was governed by the Syennesis dynasty, possibly from Greeks that moved into Cilicia towards the end the of the Bronze Age. Prior and after the independent kin ...

Arena Football League on ABC

Arena Football League on ABC is the de facto title for broadcasts of Arena Football League games on the American Broadcasting Company television network. ABC was the first major television network in the United States to give exposure to the Aren ...

Beatmania IIDX 3rd Style

beatmania IIDX 3rd Style is a music video game developed by Bemani and published by Konami, initially released as an arcade game in Japan on February 25, 2000, and subsequently ported to the PlayStation 2 on November 2. 3rd Style removed the 4-ke ...

PlayStation 5

The PlayStation 5 is an upcoming home video game console developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Announced as the successor to the PlayStation 4 in 2019, its launch is scheduled for late 2020. In a Wired magazine article in April 2019, Sony ...

Adam Hyeronimus

Hyeronimus was born in Caloundra in Queensland and is the son of champion jockey Craig Hyeronimus and grandson of champion jockey Reg Paine. Hyeronimus moved to Macau for several years when his father rode there, before the family returned and se ...

Order of Truxillo

The Order of Truxillo was a short-lived military brotherhood based at the castle of Truxillo in the kingdom of Castile. Truxillo lay 25 miles east of Caceres in the Kingdom of Leon, where the Order of Santiago was founded in 1170. The orders orig ...

Wireplay

Wireplay was an online multiplayer gaming network available as a dial-up service that allowed players to match up and play PC games with each other remotely. Compatible games had Wireplay capability built into the game itself, with the online ser ...

Lumbini pillar inscription

The Lumbini pillar inscription, also called the Paderia inscription, is an inscription in the ancient Brahmi script, discovered in December 1896 on a pillar of Ashoka in Lumbini, modern Nepal by Alois Anton Fuhrer. Another famous inscription disc ...

Oh! My Part, You

Oh! My Part, You is a South Korean television program which currently airs on MBC every Saturday at 21:05, starting from April 4, 2020. A pilot episode was aired on January 10, 2020 at 20:30 KST, and was hosted by Jang Sung-kyu.

Spurilia gens

The gens Spurilia, sometimes spelled Spurillia, was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. Hardly any members of this gens are mentioned by ancient writers, for the Spurilius mentioned in some manuscripts of Livy as tribune of the plebs in 4 ...

The Cunning Servant

The Cunning Servant is a comical Korean folktale about a cunning young servant who keeps tricking his master, even into marrying his master’s daughter, and ends up living happily ever after. As a socially underprivileged figure, the protagonist r ...

Chronographia

Chronographia meaning "description of time", or chronicle, in sense of historical account, can refer to: Chronographia Psellos, the most prominent unfinished work by Michael Psellos, covering events from death of John I Tzimisces in 976 and endin ...

Musik und Gesellschaft

Musik und Gesellschaft was a music magazine in the German Democratic Republic. It was published monthly from 1951 to 1990 in East Berlin by Henschelverlag.

Hotel and Restaurant Workers Union (Finland)

The Hotel and Restaurant Workers Union was a trade union representing hospitality workers in Finland. The union was founded on 14 November 1933, and affiliated to the Finnish Federation of Trade Unions, and then its successor, the Central Organis ...

Peoples Commissariat for Communications

The Peoples Commissariat for Communications of the USSR was the central state agency of the Soviet Union for communications in the period 1932 to 1946. The Commissariat administered the postal, telegraph and telephone services.

Princess Academy: The Forgotten Sisters

Princess Academy: The Forgotten Sisters is a fantasy novel written by Shannon Hale and published by Bloomsbury USA in 2015. It is the third and final installment of the Princess Academy series, preceded by Princess Academy: Palace of Stone. It fo ...

Cardiomegaly

Cardiomegaly is a medical condition in which the heart is enlarged. It is more commonly referred to as an enlarged heart. Other common names for cardiomegaly is megacardia or megalocardia, all referring to the same thing. The causes of cardiomega ...

Hermosa–Duhat–Balintawak Transmission Line

The Hermosa–Duhat–Balintawak Transmission Line is a 230.000 volt, single-circuit, two-part transmission line in Metro Manila and Central Luzon, Philippines that passes through the cities of Quezon City, Caloocan, and Valenzuela in Metro Manila, M ...