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  • 2013 World Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships
    The 2013 ICF World Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships took place in Liptovský Mikuláš, Slovakia[1] from 17 to 21 July 2013 under the auspices of the International Canoe Federation […]
  • Robert van der Horst
    Robert Adriaan van der Horst (Dutch pronunciation: [‘rɔbərt vɑn dɛr ‘ɦɔrst]; born 17 October 1984) is a Dutch field hockey coach and a former player who coaches the first men’s […]
  • North Woodbury Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania
    North Woodbury Township is a township in Blair County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is part of the Altoona, PAMetropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 2,644 at the 2010 census.[3] For […]
  • Daniel Tarullo
    Daniel K. Tarullo (born November 1952) is a former member of the Board of Governors of the United StatesFederal Reserve Board since January 28, 2009,[1] in which capacity he served […]
  • Tamu
    Tamu is a town in Northern Myanmar. . . . Tamu . . . Tamu is the border town and gateway to India’s Manipur state, opposite of Moreh on the […]
  • 1999 Warsaw Cup by Heros – Singles
    The 1999 Warsaw Cup by Heros – Singles was the singles event of the fifth edition of the Warsaw Open; a WTA Tier IV tournament held in Warsaw, Poland. Conchita […]
  • 1932–33 West Ham United F.C. season
    The 1932–33 season was West Ham’s first season back in the Second Division following their relegation in the previous season. The club were managed at the start of the season […]
  • Sülysáp
    Sülysáp is a town in Pest County, Hungary about 40 kilometres (25 mi) southeast of Budapest. In 1950 two villages, Tápiósáp and Tápiósüly, amalgamated, but they separated in 1954. In 1970 […]
  • Karl Andreas Geyer
    Karl (Charles) Andreas Geyer (30 November 1809 – 21 November 1853) was a German botanist who was a native of Dresden. German botanist (1809–1853) Karl Andreas Geyer Born 1809 Died […]
  • Mukutmanipur
    Mukutmanipur is a small town in the Rarh region of West Bengal in India. It is adjacent to the dam on the Kangsabati River. This is considered as the second […]
  • Smooth Scotland
    Smooth Scotland is a Scottish independent local radio station owned and operated by Global as part of the Smooth network. The station replaced Saga 105.2 FM in 2007. Radio station […]
  • 2016 Esso Cup
    The 2016 Esso Cup was Canada’s eighth national women’s midget hockey championship, contested April 17–23, 2016 at Weyburn, Saskatchewan.[1][2] The Brantford Ice Cats from Ontario captured the national championship with […]
  • Bilbao
    Bilbao (/bɪlˈbaʊ, –ˈbɑːoʊ/, alsoUS: /-ˈbeɪoʊ/,[3][4][5]Spanish: [bilˈβao]; Basque: Bilbo[bilβo]) is a city in northern Spain, the largest city in the province of Biscay and in the Basque Country as a whole. It […]
  • NHK General TV
    NHK General TV (NHK総合テレビジョン, NHK Sōgō Terebijon), abbreviated on-screen as NHK G, is the main television service of NHK, the Japanesepublic broadcaster. Its programming includes news, drama, quiz/variety shows, music, […]
  • History of Queensland
    The history of Queensland encompasses both a long Aboriginal Australian presence as well as the more recent periods of European colonisation and as a state of Australia.[1] Before being charted […]
  • NJOY
    NJOY (trade name of NJOY, LLC) is an independent American company that manufactures and distributes electronic cigarettes and vaping products. In 2017, NJOY acquired the assets of NJOY, Inc., one […]
  • Rethymno
    Rethymno or Rethimno (Greek: Ρέθυμνο) is a beautiful city on the island of Crete in Greece. It has picturesque small lanes of shops selling mostly tourist goods and a newer […]
  • John Porter (musician)
    John Porter (born 11 September 1947, in Leeds, England) is an English musician and record producer. British musician This biography of a living personneeds additional citations for verification. (November 2010) […]
  • Bill Gaede
    Guillermo “Bill” Gaede (born November 19, 1952) is an Argentine engineer and programmer who is best known for Cold Warindustrial spying conducted while he worked at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) […]
  • Syros
    Syros is in the Cyclades group of the Greek Islands, off the normal tourist track. Known as the grand dame of the Cyclades, Syros provides an authentic Greek island culture […]
  • Fran O’Hanlon
    Francis Brian O’Hanlon (born August 24, 1948) is an American college basketball coach and the current head men’s basketball coach at Lafayette College.[1] Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, O’Hanlon played college […]
  • Huda Boss
    Huda Boss is an American reality series that premiered on June 12, 2018 on Facebook Watch. The show documents the personal and professional life of makeup artist and beauty blogger […]
  • The Dad Who Knew Too Little
    “The Dad Who Knew Too Little” is the eighth episode of the fourteenth season of the American animated television series The Simpsons. It originally aired on the Fox network in […]
  • Ian Martin (UN official)
    Ian Martin is an Englishhuman rightsactivist/advisor and sometime United Nations official.[1] His most recent UN assignment was as the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations […]
  • Takeuti–Feferman–Buchholz ordinal
    In the mathematical fields of set theory and proof theory, the Takeuti–Feferman–Buchholz ordinal (TFBO) is a large countable ordinal, which acts as the limit of (largest number definable using) Buchholz’s […]
  • List of aerial victories of Karl Allmenröder
    Karl Allmenröder was a German fighter ace of the First World War, credited with 30 confirmed aerial victories while flying with Jagdstaffel 11. This list is complete for entries, though […]
  • 12th TCA Awards
    The 12th TCA Awards were presented by the Television Critics Association in a ceremony hosted by Heidi Swedberg. The ceremony was held on July 20, 1996, at the Ritz-Carlton Huntington […]
  • Loricata
    Loricata is a group of reptiles that includes crocodilians and their ancestors. It was named by German naturalist Blasius Merrem in his 1820 Versuch eines Systems der Amphibien. Merrem considered […]
  • 2003 Kaduna State gubernatorial election
    The 2003 Kaduna State gubernatorial election occurred on April 19, 2003.[1][2][3][4][5]Ahmed Makarfi of the PDP defeated five other candidates by polling 1,143,890 popular votes, ANPP‘s Suleiman Hunkuyi was closest contender […]
  • Takeshi Urakami
    Takeshi Urakami (浦上 壮史, Urakami Takeshi, born 7 February 1969[1]) is a former Japanesefootball player. Japanese footballer Takeshi Urakami浦上 壮史 Personal information Full name Takeshi Urakami Date of birth (1969-02-07) […]
  • Interstate 375 (Florida)
    Interstate 375 (I-375) in St. Petersburg, Florida, also known as North Bay Drive, is a 1.2-mile-long (1.9 km) spur route from Interstate 275 into downtown. It is also designated as the […]
  • Charles DeLisi
    Charles Peter DeLisi (born December 9, 1941) is an American biomedical scientist and the Metcalf Professor of Science and Engineering at Boston University. He is noted for seminal contributions to […]
  • Colstrip
    Colstrip is a town in Southeastern Montana. . . . Colstrip . . . Colstrip, Montana was established in the early 20th century at the edge of Armell’s Creek. The […]
  • Borkum
    Borkum (Low German: Borkum, Börkum) is an island and a municipality in the Leer District in Lower Saxony, northwestern Germany. It is situated east of Rottumeroog and west of Juist. […]
  • Yoshio Yoda
    Yoshio James Yoda (born March 31, 1934) is a Japanese-born American actor and businessman who played Takeo Fujiwara in the American television series McHale’s Navy. Japanese-born American actor and businessman […]
  • List of presidents of the Geological Society of London
    This is a list of the presidents of the Geological Society of London.[1] Wikipedia list article . . . List of presidents of the Geological Society of London . . […]
  • Jagdalpur
    Jagdalpur is a city in Bastar district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Indravati River at Jagdalpur . . . Jagdalpur . . . From Visakhapatnam, catch the 1 Vishakapatnam […]
  • 1998–99 Deportivo de La Coruña season
    During the 1998–99 season, Deportivo de La Coruña competed in La Liga and Copa del Rey. Deportivo de La Coruña 1998–99 football season Deportivo de La Coruña 1998–99 season President […]
  • Elizabeth Kite (activist)
    Elizabeth Kite is an activist and youth leader from Tonga, who founded Take The Lead, an organisation that empowers the voices of young people in Tonga. In 2017 she was […]
  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Trois-Rivières
    The Roman Catholic Diocese of Trois-Rivières (Latin: Dioecesis Trifluvianensis in Canada) (erected 8 June 1852) is a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Québec. Catholic ecclesiastical territory Diocese of Trois-Rivières Dioecesis […]
  • 9:05
    9:05 is an interactive fiction game developed by Adam Cadre in 2000. The story follows a man who wakes up and gets a call telling him to go to work, […]
  • South Dum Dum
    South Dum Dum is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indianstate of West Bengal. It is close to Kolkata and also a part of […]
  • Hythe (UK Parliament constituency)
    Hythe was a constituency centred on the town of Hythe in Kent. It returned two Members of Parliament to the House of Commons until 1832, when its representation was reduced […]
  • Monahans
    Monahans is a city in the Permian Basin in Texas. . . . Monahans . . . Aerial view of Monahans Located in a region where native Comanches, Mescalero, and […]
  • Cloghane
    An Clochán or Cloghane is a village on the north coastline of the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. It’s 40 km west of Tralee and in 2011 it had a […]
  • R v Savage
    R v Savage; R v Parmenter [1991][1] were conjoined final domestic appeals in English criminal law confirming that the mens rea (level and type of guilty intent) of malicious wounding […]
  • World Alliance of International Financial Centers
    The World Alliance of International Financial Centers (WAIFC) is a non-profit financial association based in Brussels, Belgium. Created in Paris in 2018, its goal is to facilitate mutual cooperation by […]
  • Franz Vavra
    Franz Vavra (10 April 1915 – 8 March 1974) was an Austrian footballer.[1] He played in three matches for the Austria national football team in 1937.[2] Austrian footballer Franz Vavra […]
  • John Lewis
    John Robert Lewis (February 21, 1940 – July 17, 2020) was an American statesman and civil rights activist who served in the United States House of Representatives for Georgia’s 5th congressional […]
  • Creative Juice
    Creative Juice is a craftingtelevision show hosted by Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza on HGTV and DIY Network. The program features art projects, home decorating ideas, and cooking. Filian and […]
  • Leeds East (UK Parliament constituency)
    Leeds East is a constituency[n 1] represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2015 by Richard Burgon of the Labour Party.[n 2] Parliamentary constituency in the […]
  • Grupo Desportivo, Recreativo e Cultural Fiorentina
    For the Italian football (soccer) club, see Fiorentina Football club Fiorentina Full name Grupo Desportivo, Recreativo e Cultural FiorentinaGrupo Desportivo, Recreativo e Cultural Fiorentina de Santo Antão Founded 1994 Ground […]
  • Maihar (Vidhan Sabha constituency)
    Maihar Vidhan Sabha constituency is one of the 230 Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) constituencies of Madhya Pradesh state in central India. This constituency came into existence in 1956.[1][2] Maihar Constituency […]
  • Phelps, Kentucky
    Phelps is a census-designated place (CDP) in Pike County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 1,053 at the 2000 census. CDP in Kentucky, United States Phelps, Kentucky CDP Location in […]
  • Line 5 (Hangzhou Metro)
    Line 5 of the Hangzhou Metro (simplified Chinese: 杭州地铁五号线; traditional Chinese: 杭州地鐵五號線; pinyin: Hángzhōu Dìtiě Wǔhào Xiàn) is a subway line in Hangzhou. The line is colored cyan on system […]
  • Mallaig
    Mallaig is on the West Coast of the ScottishHighlands and is the port for the ferries to the Small Isles and Skye. Mallaig – village and port . . . […]
  • Valur Orri Valsson
    Valur Orri Valsson (born 15 June 1994) is an Icelandic basketball player for the Keflavík of the Icelandic Úrvalsdeild karla. Icelandic basketball player This is an Icelandic name. The last […]
  • Bucks County
    Bucks County is in the Delaware Valley, in the Philadelphia Region of Pennsylvania, United States of America. . . . Bucks County . . . Map of Bucks County Doylestown […]
  • 2021 in radio
    The following is a list of events affecting radio broadcasting in 2021. Events listed include radio program debuts, finales, cancellations, and station launches, closures and format changes, as well as […]
  • Daniel Dăianu
    Daniel Dăianu (born 30 August 1952) is a Romanian economist, professor, and politician. Romanian politician and economist Daniel Dăianu Minister of Finance In office5 December 1997 – 23 September 1998 Prime […]
  • 1994–95 Australian region cyclone season
    The 1994–95 Australian region cyclone season was a below average Australian cycloneseason. It was also an event in the ongoing cycle of tropical cyclone formation. It ran from 1 November […]
  • Railway Regulation Act 1844
    The Railway Regulation Act 1844[1] was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom providing a minimum standard for rail passenger travel. It provided compulsory services at a price […]
  • Alexandria (Virginia)
    Alexandria is a city in Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C., in the United States of America. Map of Old Town, Alexandria The free trolley on King St, Old Town […]
  • Max Power (magazine)
    Max Power was a British magazine, based in Peterborough, focusing on the performance-tuning and car market. Motoring magazine This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these […]
  • Sisters of the Holy Humility of Mary
    The Sisters of the Humility of Mary is a Roman Catholic religious congregation, founded at Dommartin-sous-Amance, France, in 1855. The community immigrated to the United States in 1864, and established […]
  • London Golf Club
    The London Golf Club is a privately owned [2]golf course located in the village of Ash, Kent, approximately 20 miles southeast of London.[4] The London Golf Club Club information Location […]
  • Lawn bowls at the Pacific Games
    Lawn bowls at the Pacific Games (known as the South Pacific Games until 2009) was introduced as a tournament for men’s and women in 1979 at the 1979 South Pacific […]
  • Gaston-François de Witte
    Content in this edit is translated from the existing French Wikipedia article at fr:Gaston-François de Witte; see its history for attribution. This article may be expanded with text translated from […]
  • New Zealand Radio Awards
    The New Zealand Radio Awards are the annual awards of the New Zealand radio industry. Organised by the Radio Broadcasters Association, the awards recognise excellence in commercial and non-commercial radio […]
  • Western Reds Touch Football
    The Western Reds are a touch football team based in Sydney. They are currently controlled by Jovin Media, and have a team in the Balmain Touch Association competition. This article […]
  • 1982–83 New York Knicks season
    The 1982–83 New York Knicks season was the 37th season for the team in the National Basketball Association (NBA).[3] In the regular season, the Knicks started off by losing their […]
  • Upper PWD Ward
    Upper PWD Ward is a ward located under Nagaland‘s capital city, Kohima. The ward falls under the designated Ward No. 11 of the Kohima Municipal Council.[1] Ward under Kohima in […]
  • Rick Trainor
    Sir Richard Hughes Trainor, KBE, FRHS, FKC, FAcSS (born 31 December 1948), is an academic administrator and historian who served as the Principal of King’s College London from 2004 to […]
  • UBE1C
    NEDD8-activating enzyme E1 catalytic subunit is a protein that in humans is encoded by the UBA3gene.[5][6] UBA3 Available structures PDB Ortholog search: PDBeRCSB List of PDB id codes 1R4M, 1R4N, […]
  • Houston Post
    The Houston Post was a newspaper that had its headquarters in Houston, Texas, United States.[1] In 1995, the newspaper shut down, and its assets were purchased by the Houston Chronicle. […]
  • Premam (soundtrack)
    Premam is the soundtrack album for the 2015 Malayalam-Tamil film of the same name directed by Alphonse Puthren. The original soundtrack and background score were composed by Rajesh Murugesan, who […]
  • 1999 Verdy Kawasaki season
    1999 Verdy Kawasaki season Verdy Kawasaki 1999 football season Verdy Kawasaki 1999 season Manager Hideki Matsunaga Stadium Todoroki Athletics Stadium J.League 1 7th Emperor’s Cup Semifinals J.League Cup 2nd Round […]
  • Little Falls (Minnesota)
    Little Falls is a city in Minnesota. . . . Little Falls (Minnesota) . . . U.S. Highway 10 from Saint Cloud and Fargo, MN Highway 371 from Brainerd. Charles […]
  • 2018 Cork Senior Hurling Championship
    The 2018 Cork Senior Hurling Championship was the 130th staging of the Cork Senior Hurling Championship since its establishment by the Cork County Board in 1887. The draw for the […]
  • Coastal California gnatcatcher
    The coastal California gnatcatcher (Polioptila californica californica) is a small non-migratory songbird. The coastal California gnatcatcher is the northernmost subspecies of the California gnatcatcher. It lives in and around coastal […]
  • Yarmouth (Massachusetts)
    Yarmouth is in Massachusetts on Cape Cod. It includes the villages of Bass River, South Yarmouth, West Yarmouth and Yarmouthport. It is a popular summer tourist destination. . . . […]
  • Last Chance to See (TV series)
    Last Chance to See is a wildlife documentary first broadcast on BBC Two in the United Kingdom during September and October 2009. The series is a follow-up of the 1989 […]
  • Lesslie, South Carolina
    Lesslie is a census-designated place located in York County, South Carolina, United States, southeast of the city of Rock Hill. In 2010, Lesslie had a total population of 2,882 people. […]
  • Bo’ness
    Bo’ness is a small town in The Lothians. The full name of the town is Borrowstounness but the abbreviated form is almost always used. Previously a traditional mining town, Bo’ness […]
  • List of American films of 1925
    A List of American films of 1925 is a compilation of American films that were released in the year 1925. All films on this list are in the Public Domain […]
  • John Tejada
    John Tejada (born 21 April 1974) is an Austrian-born American electronic music producer and composer. Tejada’s output of music began in 1994, including four albums for Kompakt, plus releases on […]
  • Nicotiana tabacum
    Nicotiana tabacum, or cultivated tobacco, is an annually grownherbaceous plant. It is found in cultivation, where it is the most commonly grown of all plants in the genus Nicotiana, and […]
  • 14871 Pyramus
    14871 Pyramus, provisional designation 1990 TH7, is a dark Zhongguo asteroid from the outermost region of the asteroid belt, approximately 9 kilometers (6 miles) in diameter. It was discovered on […]
  • Sri Lankan cricket team in Pakistan in 1995–96
    The Sri Lanka national cricket team toured Pakistan from August to October 1995 and played a three-match Test series against the Pakistan national cricket team. Sri Lanka won the Test […]
  • Bo’ness and Blackness (ward)
    Bo’ness and Blackness is one of the nine wards used to elect members of the Falkirk Council. It elects four Councillors. This article uses bare URLs, which may be threatened […]
  • United States national monuments
    The United States National Monuments are part of the United States National Park System. Unlike United States National Parks, they can be created by presidential proclamation without an act of […]
  • James Shepherd Pike
    James Shepherd Pike (September 8, 1811 – November 29, 1882) was an American journalist and a historian of South Carolina during the Reconstruction Era . . . James Shepherd Pike […]
  • 2021–22 Morehead State Eagles men’s basketball team
    The 2021–22 Morehead State Eagles men’s basketball team represents Morehead State University in the 2021–22 NCAA Division I men’s basketball season. The Eagles, led by fifth-year head coach Preston Spradlin, […]
  • Edmond-Édouard Lapeyre
    Edmond-Édouard Lapeyre (1880 in Reims – 1960 in Paris), was a French painter and illustrator.[1] This article needs additional citations for verification. (August 2018) Edmond-Édouard Lapeyre Born (1880-11-17)17 November 1880 […]
  • Wild Atlantic Way
    The Wild Atlantic Way is a scenic driving route along Ireland‘s west coast. This article is an itinerary. . . . Wild Atlantic Way . . . With inlets and […]
  • Peng Lianmao
    Peng Lianmao (Chinese: 彭练矛; born September 1962) is a Chinese scientist and educator in the fields of nanomaterials.[1] In this Chinese name, the family name is Peng. Peng Lianmao 彭练矛 […]
  • Vietnam at the 2018 Asian Games
    Vietnam competed at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia from 18 August to 2 September 2018.[1] The country surpassed its target of winning 3 gold medals at […]
  • Leonrod (Dietenhofen)
    Leonrod is a village in the borough of the market town of Dietenhofen in the district of Ansbach, Middle Franconia, Germany. Ortsteil of Dietenhofen in Bavaria, Germany Leonrod Ortsteil of […]
  • Bielefeld
    Bielefeld is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany with around 300,000 citizens. Old City Hall (Altes Rathaus) According to a German internet meme (which originated as tongue in cheek take […]
  • Charles D’Arcy
    Charles Frederick D’Arcy (2 January 1859 – 1 February 1938) was a Church of Irelandbishop. He was the Bishop of Clogher from 1903 to 1907 when he was translated to […]