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Anne (disambiguation)

Anne Little Britain, a character in Little Britain Anne Turkish TV series, a 2016 Turkish television series Anne with an E titled Anne for its first season, a 2017 Canadian television series based on the novel Anne of Green Gables "Anne" Buffy th ...

Christiania

Christiania Theatre in Oslo, Norway Christiania Spigerverk, a steel company which was founded in Oslo, Norway, in 1853 Christiania Norwegian Theatre, founded in 1852 under the name of Norwegian Dramatic School Christiania Bank, a former Norwegian ...

Edward Palmer

Edward Palmer may refer to: Edward Henry Palmer 1840–1882, British orientalist Edward Palmer botanist 1829–1911, British botanist and early American archaeologist Edward Palmer d.1624, antiquary and projector of a university in Virginia Edward Pa ...

Edward Thomas

Edward Thomas rower, Australian rower at the 1924 Olympics Eddie Thomas footballer, born 1933 1933–2003, English footballer with Everton, Blackburn Rovers, Swansea Town and Derby County Ed Thomas 1950–2009, American football coach Eddie Thomas fo ...

Bagshawe

Bagshawe is a surname, and may refer to: William Bagshawe 1828–1854, English landowner and rower who won the Diamond Challenge Sculls at Henley Royal Regatta in 1848 Edward Bagshawe of Finglas died 1657, knighted in 1627, comptroller of customs, ...

John Martyn (disambiguation)

John Martyn is a British singer-songwriter. John Martyn may also refer to: John Martyn MP for Scarborough, MP for Scarborough John Martyn publisher died 1680, London publisher and bookseller John Martyn MP for Wycombe, for Wycombe John Martyn Dea ...

Edward Butler

Edward Butler British politician, British Member of Parliament for Oxford University, 1737–1745 Edward Butler Australian politician 1823–1879, barrister and politician in colonial New South Wales Edward Butler New Hampshire politician born 1949, ...

Mandar Syah

Sultan Mandar Syah was the 11th Sultan of Ternate who reigned from 1648 to 1675. Like his predecessors he was heavily dependent on the Dutch East India Company, and was forced to comply to Dutch demands to extirpate spice trees in his domains, en ...

Edward Russell

Edward Russell, 1st Baron Russell of Liverpool 1834–1920, British journalist and Liberal politician Edward Russell Maine 1782–1835, secretary of state of Maine 1830–31, brigadier general in the militia J. Edward Russell 1867–1953, U.S. Representa ...

Guarantor of the imperial constitution

The guarantors of the imperial constitution or guarantor powers were those states that were, by treaty, obligated to defend the constitution of the Holy Roman Empire. The role of the guarantors was first defined in the Peace of Westphalia that en ...

Massachusetts (disambiguation)

Massachusett, a name by which the Wampanoag language is also known Massachusett, the indigenous population after which the Massachusetts Bay Colony was named

David Hume (disambiguation)

David Hume was a Scottish philosopher, economist, and historian. David Hume may also refer to: David Hume footballer 1898–1964, Australian footballer David Hume, a character in the science-fiction TV series Total Recall 2070 David M. Hume 1917–19 ...

James Heath

James Heath may refer to: James Heath boxer born 1960, American boxer James Heath golfer born 1983, English golfer Sir James Heath, 1st Baronet 1852–1942, British Conservative Member of Parliament Jim Heath, a character in 1925 American film seri ...

Othon

Othon or Othon may refer to: Charles Othon Frederic Jean-Baptiste de Clarac 1777–1847, French artist, scholar and archaeologist Othon P. Blanco, Quintana Roo, one of the eight subdivisions of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo Othon P. Blanco Nuñe ...

Hop production in the United States

The United States of America is the worlds largest producer of hops, the flowers of female Humulus lupulus plants. The primary use of hops grown in the United States is in brewing. In 2019, the U.S. accounted for 40% of world hop production and 3 ...

Robert Franklin

Robert, Bob, or Bobby Franklin may refer to: Bob Franklin comedian born 1965, British comedian who has lived in Australia since 1989 Robert Franklin divine 1630–1684, English nonconformist divine Bobby Franklin American football born 1936, former ...

Fort Charles

Fort Charles may refer to: Fort Charles Jamaica, built between 1650 and 1660 Fort Charles Saint Kitts, established 1670 Fort Charles Ghana, built in 1674 Fort Charles Nevis, built in the 1630s Fort Charles, later Fort William Henry Pemaquid Beach ...

Proposition (disambiguation)

Ballot proposition, a piece of proposed legislation to be approved or rejected by eligible voters Proposition politics, political parties favorable to the incumbent government, as against the opposition California ballot proposition, a referendum ...

Moradi Formation

The Moradi Formation is a geological formation in Niger. It is of Late Permian age. It is informally divided into three subunits. The lower portion of the formation consists of red mudstone, with muddy calcareous sandstone and quartz-granlule con ...

ZnO nanostructures

Zinc oxide nanostructures are structures with at least one dimension on the nanometre scale, composed predominantly of zinc oxide. They may be combined with other composite substances to change the chemistry, structure or function of the nanostru ...

Treaty of Turin

Treaty of Turin can refer to one of the following treaties signed in the northern Italian town of Turin: Treaty of Turin 1760, between France and the Kingdom of Sardinia, regulating their mutual frontier Treaty of Turin 1733, between France and t ...

Thomas Barclay

Thomas Barclay may refer to: Thomas Henry Barclay 1753–1830, New York lawyer, American loyalist, British official Thomas Barclay missionary 1849–1935, British missionary to Formosa Taiwan Thomas Swain Barclay 1892–1993, professor of political sci ...

Giovanni Argoli

Giovanni was the son of a well-known mathematician, Andrea Argoli, and was born at Tagliacozzo in the Abruzzi. At the age of fifteen he published a poem on the silkworm, Bombace e Seta Rome, 1624. Two years later, emulous of the reputation Marino ...

Robert Sawyer

Robert Sawyer may refer to: People Robert William Sawyer 1880–1959, Oregon politician and conservationist Robert Earl Sawyer 1923–1994, African-American playwright, director and actor Sir Robert Sawyer Attorney General 1633–1692, Attorney General ...

John Gage (disambiguation)

John Gage was a partner at Kleiner Perkins and the former Vice President of the Science Office at Sun Microsystems. John or Jack Gage may also refer to:

Brahman, Papua New Guinea

Brahman is a cattle station supplied with an airport near the eastern highlands of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea. It is located 500 km north of Port Moresby and is 128 meters above sea level. The land around Brahman is diverse. The highest lo ...

Arcade

Arcade most often refers to: Arcade system board, a standardized printed circuit board Amusement arcade, a place with arcade games Arcade cabinet, housing which holds an arcade games hardware Shopping mall, one or more buildings forming a complex ...

Alexander Stuart

Alexander Stuart may refer to: Alex Stuart footballer born 1940, Scottish former footballer Alexander C. Stuart 1831–1898, British-American naval painter Alexander Stuart, 5th Lord Blantyre died 1704, Scottish nobleman, soldier and politician Ale ...

George Chapman (disambiguation)

George Chapman was an English dramatist, translator, and poet. George Chapman may also refer to: George B. Chapman 1925–2016, Georgetown University professor and biologist George Chapman cricketer 1904–1986, Australian cricketer George Chapman bu ...

Joseph Allen

Joseph Allen congressman 1749–1827, member of the eleventh U.S. Congress Joseph Allen Maine politician, American politician from Maine Joseph Allen Australian politician 1869–1933, member of the Western Australian Legislative Council Joseph Hugh ...

William Hudson

William Hudson may refer to: William L. Hudson 1794–1862, United States Navy officer William Hudson Philadelphia, mayor of Philadelphia William Wilson Hudson 1808–1859, president of the University of Missouri William Hudson botanist 1730–1793, Br ...

David Lloyd

David Lloyd musician, singer with Uropa Lula David Lloyd sportscaster, SportsCenter anchor for ESPN David Lloyd childrens writer, of 1980s childrens series Great Escapes illustrated by Barbara Firth David Lloyd biographer 1635–1692, author of Llo ...

James Blake

James W. Blake 1862–1935, lyricist James Blake album, self-titled debut album of the musician James Blake pianist 1922–1979, jazz musician and petty thief Jim Blake, character in the film Across the Plains 1928 Eubie Blake James Hubert Blake, 188 ...

Saybrook

The Saybrook Colony 1635–1644, later merged with what is now the state of Connecticut Saybrook Township, Ashtabula County, Ohio, and the unincorporated crossroads of Saybrook in the township Old Saybrook, Connecticut Saybrook, Illinois, a village

Johan van Beverwijck

Johan van Beverwijck or Johannes Beverovicius was a Dutch doctor and writer. Van Beverwijck was interested in new developments and contributed to medical science with his own experiments.

Elie Dumaresq (1674-1754)

Elias Dumaresq V, Seigneur of Augres was born in 1674 and was a Seigneur of Augres located in the parish of Trinity, Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands, He belonged to the influential Dumaresq family.

David Pieterse Schuyler

Schuyler was born in the Republic of the Seven United Provinces, in 1636 as the son of Pieter Tjercks no family name and Geertruyt Philips Van Schuylder. His brother was Philip Pieterse Schuyler, the progenitor of the Schuyler family, the ancesto ...

Insensible perspiration

Insensible perspiration is the loss of water through the skin which does not occur as perceivable sweat. Unlike in sweating, the fluid lost is pure water, i.e. no solutes are lost. For this reason, it can also be referred to as "insensible water ...

Johann Rudolf Stadler

Johann Rudolf Stadler was a Swiss Protestant clock-maker. He is mostly known for his life in Safavid Iran, where he worked as a prosperous watchmaker. He eventually fell victim to intrigue in relation to the death of a trespasser on his property, ...

Thomas Atkins

Tom Atkins footballer born 1995, Australian rules footballer Thomas I. Atkins 1939–2008, Boston City Council member and General Counsel of the NAACP Thomas E. Atkins 1921–1999, United States Army soldier and Medal of Honor recipient Tom Atkins ac ...

Robert Ferguson

Robert Ferguson may refer to: Robert Ferguson American football born 1979, American football wide receiver Robert E. Ferguson 1924–2016, American politician Robert Ferguson footballer, born 1908 1908–?, English professional footballer Robert Ferg ...

Robert Fitzgerald (disambiguation)

Robert Fitzgerald was an American classicist and translator of ancient Greek and Latin Robert Fitzgerald may also refer to: R. D. Fitzgerald 1902–1987, Australian poet and grandson of the above botanist/surveyor Robert FitzGerald, 19th Earl of Ki ...

Discourse (disambiguation)

Discourse is a use of written or spoken communication. Discourse or discourses may also refer to: Domain of discourse, the collection of objects being discussed in a specific discourse Conversation, interactive, spontaneous communication between ...

Thomas Hamilton

Thomas Hamilton, 3rd Earl of Haddington 1626–1645, Scottish nobleman Thomas Hamilton, 2nd Earl of Haddington 1600–1640, Scottish nobleman Thomas Hamilton, 9th Earl of Haddington 1780–1858, British Conservative politician and statesman Thomas Hami ...

Charles Marshall

Charles F. Marshall 1915–2002, World War II U.S. Army soldier and author Charles Marshall colonel 1830–1902, Confederate army officer during the American Civil War

Siege of Tiverton (1645)

The Siege of Tiverton took place in October 1645 during the First English Civil War, when a Royalist garrison surrendered to a detachment of the New Model Army. Defeats at Naseby in June, and Langport in July destroyed the Royalist field armies, ...

Trials of Mana (2020 video game)

Trials of Mana is a 2020 action role-playing game developed by Xeen, and published by Square Enix for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. It is a 3D remake of the Super Famicom title of the same name, the third game in the Mana ...

Andrew Hunter

Andrew Hunter may refer to: Andrew Hunter minister 1743–1809, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland Andrew Hunter British swimmer born 1986, British swimmer who was a medallist in the Commonwealth Games Andy Hunter EastEnder ...

Laberge

LaBerge may refer to: People: Walter B. LaBerge 1924–2004, aerospace engineer and defense industry executive, US Under Secretary of the Army 1977–1980 David LaBerge born 1929, neuropsychologist specializing in the attention process and the role o ...

James Fraser

James Fraser Lower Canada politician c. 1785–1844, merchant and political figure in Lower Canada James Harshaw Fraser 1841–1899, lawyer and political figure in Ontario Jim Fraser politician 1908–1970, Australian politician, member of the Australi ...