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Big Swole

Aerial Hull, better known as Big Swole, is an American professional wrestler signed to All Elite Wrestling. She also performs on the independent circuit, where she is the current Phoenix of Rise Champion and Shine Tag Team Champion.

Orange Cassidy

James Cipperly, better known by his ring name Orange Cassidy, is an American professional wrestler, currently signed to All Elite Wrestling. Known for his professional wrestling persona of an aloof, laidback slacker, SBNation described him as "th ...

PB Smooth

Paul Bilbo is an African American Professional wrestler under the ring name Pretty Boy P.B. Smooth. He currently competes on the independent wrestling circuit for promotions including Absolute Intense Wrestling, Glory Pro Saint Louis, MO, C4 Wres ...

Santana and Ortiz

Santana and Ortiz are a professional wrestling tag team currently signed to All Elite Wrestling, where they are part of The Inner Circle stable. In 2012, Angel Ortiz and Mike Draztik formed a tag team known as EYFBO acronym for Entertain Your Fuc ...

Wardlow (wrestler)

Michael Wardlow is an American professional wrestler who is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling under the mononymous ring name Wardlow.

The Young Bucks

The Young Bucks are an American professional wrestling tag team, consisting of brothers Matthew and Nicholas Massie, who are known by their ring names Matt and Nick Jackson, respectively. The two are executive vice presidents of All Elite Wrestli ...

Anonymous Raw General Manager

The Anonymous Raw General Manager was a professional wrestling authority figure in WWE, who anonymously controlled the Raw brand from June 21, 2010 to July 18, 2011. The Anonymous General Manager controlled the show by sending emails to a laptop, ...

Alvarado wrestling family

The Alvarado wrestling family, also referred to as La Dinastia Alvarado in Spanish, is a Mexico City based family of professional wrestlers. The family works primarily in Mexico but have made appearances in the United States of America, Canada, E ...

Casas wrestling family

The Casas wrestling family, at times called La Dinastia Casas in Spanish, is a Mexican family of luchadors, or professional wrestlers. The Casas family perform primarily in Mexico but have made appearances in the United States of America, Canada, ...

Dusek family

The Dusek family is a professional wrestling family. The Dusek Family real surname is Hason. The Dusek family started with four brothers Ernie, Emil, Joe, and Rudy Dusek. The other two members are Wally and Frank Dusek. Both men are not Dusek by ...

Los Guerreros

Los Guerreros was a professional wrestling tag team, which consisted of Eddie Guerrero and his nephew Chavo Guerrero, Jr. Both wrestlers were members of the Guerrero family. They wrestled as a team in World Championship Wrestling and most notably ...

The Kalmikoffs

The Kalmikoffs were a professional wrestling group of fictitious soviet brothers. It began as a tag team consisting of Ivan and Karol who were later joined by "brothers" Nikita and Stan. They were very successful in the mid-1950s to early 1960s, ...

Von Erich family

The Von Erich family is a professional wrestling family. Its actual surname is "Adkisson," but every member who has been in the wrestling business has used the ring name "Von Erich," after the family patriarch, Fritz Von Erich. When Fritz died of ...

Gary Will

Will is best known for writing the book Wrestling Title Histories, which is widely regarded as the most complete compilation of championship listings for professional wrestling. Many wrestling fans refer to it as a "Bible". He wrote a listing of ...

The Outsiders (professional wrestling)

The Outsiders were a professional wrestling tag team consisting of Kevin Nash and Scott Hall, best known for their appearances in World Championship Wrestling. They also teamed in the World Wrestling Federation, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, an ...

Two Dudes with Attitudes

Diesel and Shawn Michaels formed a tag team also known as Two Dudes With Attitudes who competed in the World Wrestling Federation in 1994 and again in 1995. The team held the WWF Tag Team Championship twice, but also found success in singles comp ...

Larry Tillman

Larry Tillman was an American professional wrestler and promoter. He competed throughout the United States and Canada primarily within the National Wrestling Alliance and captured the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship on January 1, 1946. ...

The Colony (professional wrestling)

The Colony is a professional wrestling stable, best known for performing for Chikara. As their name suggests, their gimmick is that of an ant colony, which is further reinforced with their names being based on particular ants and classes within a ...

Dudley Boyz

The Dudley Boyz are a professional wrestling tag team consisting of kayfabe half-brothers Bubba Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley. The team was also joined by various Dudley family members, notably Spike Dudley. They are best known for their time in th ...

Mandy Hampton

Madeline Mandy Hampton, Ph.D is a fictional character from the American serial drama The West Wing, portrayed by Moira Kelly. She was White House media consultant during the first season of the show, and the former girlfriend of Deputy White Hous ...

Malcolm Tucker

Malcolm Tucker is the fictional antihero of the BBC political satire The Thick of It, portrayed by Peter Capaldi. He is the Director of Communications for his party in both Government and Opposition, acting as the Prime Ministers chief enforcer o ...

Foreign cemeteries in Japan

The foreign cemeteries in Japan are chiefly located in Tokyo and at the former treaty ports of Kobe, Hakodate, Nagasaki, and Yokohama. They contain the mortal remains of long-term Japan residents or other foreigners who died in Japan, and are sep ...

Military Advisory Board

The CNA Military Advisory Board is an American defense advisory group composed of retired three-star and four-star generals and admirals from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps that studies pressing issues of the day to assess their impa ...

J. M. Conde

J. M. Conde was an early 20th century "golden age" book illustrator and comic strip artist best known for his ink and watercolor illustrations for books by Joel Chandler Harris and Albert Bigelow Paine. He also worked on at least two comic strips ...

David de Coninck

David de Coninck or David de Koninck, also known as Rammelaer was a Flemish painter who specialised in still lifes and landscapes with animals and hunting scenes. Recognised as a leading animal painter, de Coninck was able to develop an internati ...

Pseudo-Jan van Kessel the Younger

Pseudo-Jan van Kessel the Younger or Pseudo-Jan van Kessel the is the notname given to an artist or workshop to whom or which are attributed about 200 small still lifes likely dating to the late 16th and early 17th century. The artists works rely ...

Ustad Mansur

Ustad Mansur was a seventeenth-century Mughal painter and court artist. He grew up during the reign of Jahangir during which period he excelled at depicting plants and animals. He was the earliest artist to depict the dodo in colour, apart from b ...

Gulf Hamstery

Gulf Hamstery was a hamstery which established the commercial Syrian hamster industry in the United States. It operated between 1946 through the early 1950s and was located in Mobile, Alabama.

Wilhelm von Nathusius

Wilhelm Engelhard Nathusius was a wealthy Prussian land-owning agriculturist, industrialist, animal breeder, and agronomist who also contributed to studies in zoology, particularly on the eggs of birds. An English translation of his work on eggsh ...

List of bullfighters

Luis Procuna El Berrendito de San Juan Rodolfo Gaona El Califa de Leon Lupita Lopez Carlos Arruza El Ciclon Guillermo Capetillo Eloy Cavazos Jose Flores Pepillo Manuel Capetillo hijo Ricardo Moreno El Estudiante Manuel Capetillo Jaime Bravo Aleja ...

Forcado

A forcado is a member of a group of men that performs the pega de cara or pega de caras, the final event in a typical Portuguese bullfight. Forcados may also be present in Mexican bullfights. Forcados were initially professionals from lower class ...

Rejoneador

Rejoneador is the name given to a bullfighter who fights the bull on horseback. The rejoneo is a form of bullfighting in Portugal and in Spanish bullfighting.

Fielding Nair International

Fielding Nair International is a Florida-based education planning and architectural design company that builds and renovates school facilities. The company was founded by two American school architects Randall Fielding and Prakash Nair who advoca ...

Charlie Banks (One Life to Live)

Charlie Banks is a fictional character from the ABC soap opera One Life to Live. He was portrayed by Brian Kerwin from October 25, 2007, to May 11, 2011. He re-appeared on December 12 and 13, 2011, when Viki returned to Paris, Texas.

Judith Hagendorf

Judith Hagendorf is a fictional character on the German soap opera Verbotene Liebe portrayed by actress Katrin HeS from February 18, 2008 to September 15, 2009, when the character was surprisingly written out without any conformation from the pro ...

Diane Jenkins

Diane Jenkins is a fictional character from the American CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. The role was first portrayed by Alex Donnelley, who debuted in 1982. Diane was initially a two-day bit role, but was developed into a long-term ch ...

Louis Grenier

Louis Grenier is a fictional character in William Faulkners novels and stories. Louis Grenier?-1837 is a French Hugenot architect and dilettante who came, around 1800, with Doctor Samuel Habersham and Alexander Holston to the settlement which wou ...

Quakemaster

Robert Coleman is an architect of some note in Gotham City. His reputation is irreparably damaged when an apartment complex he designed and built does not withstand a hurricane. Feeling that he has been wrongly branded, Coleman creates the alias ...

John Stewart (comics)

John Stewart, one of the characters known as Green Lantern, is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics and was the first African-American superhero to appear in DC Comics. The character was created by Dennis ...

Albert S. Ross

Albert S. Ross was an American architect, based in Ada, Oklahoma. Several of his works are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. He was a member of the American Institute of Architects from 1944 on, and a Fellow from 1957 on. From t ...

Albuquerque & Takaoka

Albuquerque & Takaoka is one of the most significant and active architecture, civil engineering and real estate development private companies of São Paulo, Brazil. It is mostly known for its role in creating the innovative Alphaville concept of b ...

Arcesius (architect)

Arcesius or arcesius was an Ionian architect who worked in Ionia circa 3rd century BCE. He is mentioned in a passage of Vitruvius and it is considered that the T of his name was assimilated in the relevant manuscript from the previous word negavi ...

Asmus & Clark

Asmus and Clark was an architectural firm based in Nashville, Tennessee. Asmus and Norton was a predecessor firm. It was a partnership of Christian A. Asmus and Richard R. Clark, formerly of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, formed in 1919, with offices ...

Atelier 5

Atelier 5 is a modernist architectural company based in Switzerland. Atelier 5 founded in 1955Bern, Switzerland by the five architects Erwin Fritz, Samuel Gerber, Rolf Hesterberg, Hans Hostettler and Alfredo Pini and later joined by Niklaus Morge ...

Baerresen Brothers

The Baerresen Brothers were Danish-born architects based in Denver, Colorado and Cheyenne, Wyoming. A number of their works are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Both were born in Copenhagen, Denmark: Harold W. Baerresen wa ...

Martin L. Beck

Undergraduate work at Royal Institute of Technology, Budapest, Hungary Graduate College, School of Architecture, Princeton University 1927–28, as winner of scholarship award in national competition. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York, 1922–23

Joseph Berlin

Joseph Berlin was an Israeli architect who designed over a hundred buildings, mostly in Tel Aviv. Berlin emigrated to Palestine with his family in 1921. His son Zeev Berlin was also an architect, and the two designed buildings together.

Beuttler & Arnold

Beuttler & Arnold was an architectural firm in Sioux City, Iowa that designed several works that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places for their architecture. William Buettler 1883-1963 and Ralph Arnold 1889-1961 both worked for ...

Charles Cuthbert

His father was James Cuthbert, who was born in Scotland in 1849, and became a building contractor in Topeka, Kansas. Cuthbert & Sargent and Cuthbert & Sons are firm names which involved James and/or sons George M. carpenter, William F. carpenter, ...

Jon Craig (architect)

Jon Alastair Craig was a New Zealand architect. Born in about 1942, Craig was the son of Rawinia Zena nee Wortley and James Thomas Craig, an architect. In 1969 Craig entered into partnership with his father and Gordon Moller, to form the firm Cra ...