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Captain general (disambiguation)

Captain general, the top Army officer rank, is used by various countries: Australia Captain general is used when describing the ceremonial head of the Royal Australian Artillery. The head of state for the duration of his tenure has the rank of ca ...

Thomas Long (disambiguation)

Thomas Long of Draycot c. 1451–1508, English knight and politician Thomas W. Long born 1929, American politician in the New Jersey General Assembly Thomas Long fl.1407–1437, MP for Rye Thomas Long captain, American whaler Thomas Long died 1593, M ...

George Hay

George Hay may refer to: George Hay politician 1715–1778, Member of Parliament and Dean of the Arches George Hay, 8th Marquess of Tweeddale 1787–1876, British field marshal George Hay bishop 1729–1811, Vicar Apostolic of Lowland Scotland George C ...

Kemi (disambiguation)

Palloseura Kemi Kings, football team based in Kemi Kemi, town and municipality of Finland SnowCastle of Kemi Kemi-Tornio Airport Kemi Church Kemi mine Kemi railway station Kemi, Iran, village in Northwest Iran Kem, Russia, town in the Republic of ...

Jules G. Fisher

Jules Gabriel Fisher was a Louisiana State Senator from Barataria, Louisiana, serving from 1924 to 1943. Fisher became the owner of a major shrimp processing facility known as" Manila Village,” located in Barataria Bay between Grand Isle and Lafi ...

Noli me tangere (Andrea del Sarto)

Noli me tangere is a c.1510 oil on canvas painting by Andrea del Sarto. It was the first he produced for the Augustinian San Gallo church in Florence, as recorded by Anonimo Magliabechiano and in Vasaris Lives of the Artists, and he later produce ...

Markov constant

In number theory, specifically in Diophantine approximation theory, the Markov constant M {\displaystyle M} of an irrational number α {\displaystyle \alpha } is the factor for which Dirichlets approximation theorem can be improved for α {\display ...

Mir of Tidore

Sultan Mir, or Amiruddin Iskandar Dulkarnain was the third Sultan of Tidore in Maluku Islands. He had a long and troubled reign from 1526 to the 1550s where he tried to counter the hegemonic ambitions of the Portuguese and their Ternate allies. T ...

Bayan Sirrullah

Bayan Sirrullah was the second Sultan of Ternate in Maluku. He is also known as Abu Lais or Kaicili Leliatu. He ruled from perhaps 1500 to 1521, and is important as the first east Indonesian ruler who made contact with the encroaching Portuguese.

Accademia

Accademia often refers to: The Gallerie dellAccademia, an art museum in Venice The Galleria dellAccademia, an art museum in Florence Accademia may also refer to:

UNC Medical Center

UNC Medical Center is a 905-bed non-profit, public, research and academic medical center located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, providing tertiary care for the Research Triangle, surrounding areas and North Carolina. The medical center is a part ...

Apportionment (OMB)

An apportionment is an Office of Management and Budget-approved plan to use budgetary resources. It typically limits the obligations the federal government may incur for specified time periods, programs, activities, projects, objects, etc. An app ...

William Murray of Tullibardine

William Murray of Tullibardine, was a Scottish courtier and leader of the Clan Murray. William Murray was the son of William Murray of Tullibardine d. 1562 and Katherine Campbell, daughter of Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenorchy d. 1513 and Margaret ...

William Smyth (disambiguation)

William Smyth Irish politician, UK MP for the Irish constituency of Westmeath, 1801–1808 William Smyth Australian politician 1846–1899, Australian politician for electoral district of Gympie William James Smyth 1886–1950, labour member of the Sen ...

Gianantonio

Gianantonio is an Italian masculine blended given name that is a combination of Gianni and Antonio. Notable people known by this name include the following: Gianantonio Da Re born 1953, Italian politician Gianantonio Zopegni 1915 – 2003, Italian ...

Niklāvs Strunke

Niklāvs Strunke was a Latvian painter and graphic artist. One of the most original artists of the Latvian modernist generation, he also worked in stained glass and scenography. He wrote about art. Born 6 October 1894 in Gostynin, Poland, to the f ...

Robotics Collaborative Technology Alliance

The Robotics Collaborative Technology Alliance was a research program initiated and sponsored by the US Army Research Laboratory. The purpose was to" bring together government, industrial, and academic institutions to address research and develop ...

Ananta Manikya

Ananta Manikya was the Maharaja of Tripura from 1563 to 1567. A weak monarch in comparison to his predecessor, he spent his reign under the control of his influential father-in-law. He died after only a few short years of rule, potentially at the ...

Christ among the Doctors (Luini)

Christ Among the Doctors is a c.1515-1530 oil on panel painting of Christ with the doctors of the law by Bernardino Luini, now in the National Gallery, London. Several copies of varying quality also survive. Durers version of the subject led to t ...

Ferenc Barlabassy

Ferenc Barlabassy de Alparet was a Hungarian nobleman in the second half of the 16th century, who was active in the Principality of Transylvania. He was a supporter of Gaspar Bekes, a claimant to throne of Transylvania in the 1570s.

Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary Marvel Comics, a fictional telekinetic supervillain Bloody Mary Helix, a comic book Bloody Mary South Pacific, a character in Tales of the South Pacific by James Michener Bloody Mary DC Comics, a fictional extraterrestrial vampire

Lebanon–Saudi Arabia relations

The diplomatic relations between Lebanon and Saudi Arabia are the relationship between two Arab nations in the Middle East. Lebanon has an embassy in Riyadh and Saudi Arabia has an embassy in Beirut.

Michael VI (Sabbagh)

Upon the death of his predecessor Patriarch Joachim IV, the Orthodox bishops of Syria selected Michael then Metropolitan Macarius of Euchaita, Metropolitan Dorotheus of Tripoli, and Metropolitan Gregorius of Aleppo as the three most worthy candid ...

Giulia Sissa

Giulia Sissa is an Italian classical scholar and historian of philosophy. She is Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Classics at UCLA.

Joachim V

Upon the death of Patriarch Joachim IV in 1576, the Orthodox bishops of Syria selected Joachim V then Metropolitan Dorotheus of Tripoli, Metropolitan Macarius of Euchaita, and Metropolitan Gregorius of Aleppo as the three most worthy candidates t ...

Ibrahim ibn Salih

Ibrahim ibn Salih ibn Ali was a member of the Banu al-Abbas who served as a governor of various provinces in Syria and Egypt in the late eighth century.

Tostock Park

During the Second World War Tostock Park was a sub-station of the United States Army Air Force, located in Tostock, near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. It was allocated Station No. 502, and supported by RAF Burtonwood. The base was garrisoned by Afric ...

Bahram Mirza Safavi

Bahram Mirza was a Safavid prince, governor of Khorasan, Gilan and Hamadan. He is also known to be a calligrapher, painter, poet, musician and patron of arts.

Thomas Cooper

Thomas Buchecker Cooper 1823–1862, U.S. congressman from Pennsylvania Thomas E. Cooper born 1943, U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Air Force Acquisition, 1983–87 Thomas Cooper American politician, born 1764 1764–1829, U.S. congressman from Delawar ...

Aldine Bible

The Aldine Bible is an edition of the Bible in Greek begun by Aldus Manutius, and published in Venice in 1518 by the Aldine Press. Manutius dreamed of a trilingual Bible but never saw it come to fruition. However, before his death Manutius had be ...

Thomas Lewis

Thomas Lewis American football born 1972, American football wide receiver Thomas Lewis Australian cricketer 1829–1901, Australian cricketer Thomas Lewis English cricketer died 1882, English cricketer

Plowden

Edwin Plowden, Baron Plowden 1907–2001, English industrial and public servant Bridget Plowden, Lady Plowden 1910–2000, English educationist, reformer Edmund Plowden colonial governor 1590–1659, explorer and colonial governor Edmund Plowden 1518–1 ...

John Temple

Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston 1784–1865, British Liberal Party Prime Minister John Temple Conservative politician 1910–1994, British Conservative Party Member of Parliament John Temple MP for Ripon 1518–1558, MP for Ripon 1554 and Gr ...

Dan + Shay discography

American country music duo Dan + Shay have released three studio albums and ten singles. Their first two albums - Where It All Began and Obsessed - generated a collective four number top ten hits on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, including ...

List of mountains of the British Isles by height (2001–2500)

This is a list of mountains in Britain and Ireland by height and by prominence. Height and prominence are the most important metrics for the classifications of mountains by the UIAA; with isolation a distant third criterion. The list is sourced f ...

List of mountains of the British Isles by height (1501–2000)

This is a list of mountains in Britain and Ireland by height and by prominence. Height and prominence are the most important metrics for the classifications of mountains by the UIAA; with isolation a distant third criterion. The list is sourced f ...

Compromise of Thorn

The Compromise of Thorn on 5th of April, 1521, was a peace agreement between the Teutonic Order and the Kingdom of Poland. It was a direct response to the Polish–Teutonic War, a feud that had been going on between both countries for about two years.

Thomas Parker

Thomas Parker, 1st Earl of Macclesfield 1666–1732, English Whig politician Sir Thomas Parker died 1663, MP for Hastings, Seaford and Suffok Thomas Parker, 3rd Earl of Macclesfield 1723–1795, British peer and politician Thomas Parker died 1558 by ...

Kirkcaldy (disambiguation)

Kirkcaldy is a town in Fife, Scotland. Kirkcaldy may also refer to: Kirkcaldy, Alberta, a hamlet in Alberta, Canada Vulcan/Kirkcaldy Aerodrome, an aerodrome in Alberta, Canada

William West

William West Anderson 1928–2017, birth name of American actor Adam West William West artist 1801–1861, English artist of Bristol William H. West entertainer 1853–1902, American minstrel show producer William West actor, 1856-1915, American actor ...

Orinx

The family Orinx are an age-old family of Millers in Pajottenland and neighbouring regions Hainaut, East Flanders and Walloon Brabant. A family member played a prominent part in the creation of the Belgian draft horse at the end of the 19th century.

Blackmer gain cell

The Blackmer gain cell is an audio frequency voltage-controlled amplifier circuit with an exponential control law invented and patented by David E. Blackmer in 1970-1973. Four-transistor core of the original Blackmer cell contains two complementa ...

Deva Manikya

Deva Manikya, also spelt Deb Manikya, was the Maharaja of Tripura from 1520 to 1530. A son of the famous Dhanya Manikya, Deva initially continued his fathers legacy of military conquests, though he ultimately proved to be less successful. A relig ...

Richard Talbot

Richard Talbot may refer to: Richard Talbot bishop of London died 1262, Dean of St Pauls, London and bishop-elect of London Richard Talbot, 1st Earl of Tyrconnell 1630–1691, Irish royalist and Jacobite soldier Richard Talbot colonist 1772–1853, I ...

PO EZRI

PT EZRI Damai Sejahtera also known as EZRI, is a passenger bus company from Pekalongan, Indonesia. The company serves a number of cities on the island of Java by crossing the northern coast of Java.

Suicide bereavement

Suicide bereavement is the experience of those who are grieving the loss of someone to suicide. Over 800.000 individuals die by suicide every year. For every suicide, 6-10 people grieve their deaths. Individuals experiencing suicide bereavement e ...

Interpersonal neurobiology

Interpersonal Neurobiology or Relational Neurobiology is an interdisciplinary framework associated with human development and functioning. It was developed in the 1990s by Daniel J. Siegel who sought to bring together a wide range of scientific d ...

Thomas Porter

Thomas or Tom Porter may refer to: Thomas F. Porter 1847–1927, Massachusetts politician and mayor of Lynn, Massachusetts Tom Porter computer scientist, computer programmer at Pixar Thomas William Porter 1843–1920, New Zealand soldier land purchas ...

Egmont

Egmont may refer to: Egmont Group, a media corporation founded and rooted in Copenhagen, Denmark Egmond family often spelled "Egmont", an influential Dutch family, lords of the town of Egmond Lamoral, Count of Egmont 1522–1568, the best known mem ...

Vulcain (watch company)

Vulcain is a Swiss watchmaker that was founded in 1858 by Maurice Ditisheim as Manufacture Ditisheim in La Chaux-de-Fonds, being rebranded as Vulcain in 1894. In 1947, Vulcain developed the first alarm watch, the Vulcain Cricket.