ⓘ Free online encyclopedia. Did you know? page 210

Marmaduke Overend (music theorist and organist)

Marmaduke Overend was a Welsh music theorist and organist. He served as Organist at All Saints church, Isleworth for thirty years. He was a pupil of William Boyce, 1711–79. Boyce had been a pupil Johann Christoph Pepusch 1666/7–1752, who was grea ...

Spectator

Spectator or The Spectator may refer to: Spectator sport, a sport that is characterized by the presence of spectators, or watchers, at its matches Audience

Muhlenberg (surname)

Muhlenberg is a surname, and may refer to: William Augustus Muhlenberg 1796–1877, American philanthropist and Protestant Episcopal clergyman Henry Muhlenberg 1711–1787, German Lutheran clergyman and patriarch of the Muhlenberg family Henry Muhlen ...

Malka, Kamchatka Krai

Malka, or Malki, is a village in the Yelizovsky District of Kamchatka Krai, Russia. It is to the northwest of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, on the main road running north up the Kamchatka Peninsula. It is part of the Nachikinskoe rural settlement, wh ...

Mahendra Manikya

Originally named Ghanashyam Thakur, he was born the second son of Maharaja Rama Manikya. His elder brother was Ratna Manikya II who, after having been previously overthrown by a cousin, was restored to the throne by the Mughals in 1695. However, ...

John Gillis

John Gillis or Gillies may refer to: John Gillies artist and musician born 1960, Australian artist and musician Jon Gillies born 1994, ice hockey player John P. Gillis 1803–1873, U.S. Navy officer John Gillies minister 1712–1796, Church of Scotla ...

A repository of modern knowledge

A repository of modern knowledge, subtitle a Encyclopedia of sciences and political social life is a Hungarian lexicon published in the middle of the 19th century.

Michael Harvey

Michael Kieran Harvey born 1961, Australian pianist Mick Harvey Michael John Harvey, born 1958, Australian guitarist and former member of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Harvey MC Michael Harvey, Jr, born 1979, British rapper and actor, and former me ...

Mihailo Maksimovic

He is one of the least known literary figures in Serbia whose biography is incomplete. There is no sure date of his birth or death and the chronological happenings that occurred in his lifetime have yet to be put in sequence. His contemporaries w ...

96

Ninety Six, South Carolina Ninety Six National Historic Site, in Ninety Six, South Carolina Ninety-Six District, a former judicial district in the Carolinas, USA

Genome-wide CRISPR-Cas9 knockout screens

Genome-wide CRISPR-Cas9 knockout screens aim to elucidate the relationship between genotype and phenotype by ablating gene expression on a genome-wide scale and studying the resulting phenotypic alterations. The approach utilises the CRISPR-Cas9 ...

Mendip

Mendip may refer to: Mendip Way, a footpath across the Mendip Hills Mendip TV Mast, a transmitter in the Mendips area Mendip District, a local government district of Somerset, England Mendip Hills, a group of hills in Somerset, England Welbore El ...

Mary Eales

Mary Eales was a writer of the cookery and confectionary book Mrs Mary Ealess Receipts, published in 1718. The little that is known about her life is from the title pages of the various editions of her book. It is possible she died in 1718, but i ...

Star unfolding

In computational geometry, the star unfolding of a convex polyhedron is a net obtained by cutting the polyhedron along geodesics through its faces. It has also been called the inward layout of the polyhedron, or the Alexandrov unfolding after Ale ...

Daniel Fones

Captain Daniel Fones was the leading military commander for Rhode Island in the Siege of Louisbourg. He was the captain of Tartar, the privateer vessel was the Rhode Island contribution to the victory in the Siege of Louisbourg. Fones took comman ...

Laura Jane Heyderman

Laura Jane Heyderman, is a physicist, materials scientist, academic and Professor of Mesoscopic Systems at the Department of Materials, ETH Zurich and Paul Scherrer Institute. Her research is focused on magnetism and magnetic materials.

Embassy of Belgium in Warsaw

The Embassy of Belgium in Warsaw is the diplomatic mission of Belgium for Poland and Lithuania. It is located in Ulica Senatorska, near the historical city center of Warsaw and the Theatre Square. The diplomatic mission was established in 1962. T ...

Arion (disambiguation)

Arion record label, a French recording company founded in 1962 Arion Aircraft, manufacturer of the Arion Lightning Arion Press, a publisher based in San Francisco

HMS Terror (1759)

HMS Terror was an 8-gun bomb ketch launched in 1759 for the British Royal Navy that it sold in 1774. New owners renamed her Union. She made two voyages as a Greenland whaler before becoming a London-based transport. She remained a transport until ...

Thomas Fry (academic)

Thomas Fry, D.D. was an English priest and academic in the mid 17th-century. Robinson was born in Bristol and entered St Johns in 1730. He graduated BA in 1736, and MA in 1740. He was ordained in 1744. At St Johns he was logic reader from 1737 to ...

Big Snow

Big Snow American Dream, Big Snow at American Dream Meadowlands, "Big Snow", an indoor ski on snow resort at the "American Dream" shopping mall in East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA. Big Snow Resort, Bessemer, Michigan, USA; a ski resort, see Compa ...

John Stevens

John Calvin Stevens 1855–1940, American architect John Stevens architect 1824–1881, American architect John H. Stevens 1820–1900, built the first house west of the Mississippi in what is now Minneapolis, Minnesota John Stevens inventor, born 1749 ...

The Last Faust

The Last Faust is a 2019 feature art film written and directed by the German artist Philipp Humm. Set in 2059, it is a contemporary interpretation of Johann Wolfgang von Goethes Faust and the first film directly based on both parts of the tragedy ...

William Fisher

Vilyam Genrikhovich Fisher William August Fisher, 1903–1971, Soviet intelligence officer William Blake Fisher 1853–1926, British admiral William Fisher Canadian politician 1811–1891, merchant and political figure in British Columbia, Canada Willi ...

William Molyneux (disambiguation)

William Molyneux was an Irish natural philosopher and writer on politics. William Molyneux may also refer to: Sir William Molyneux, 6th Baronet died 1781, High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire 1737 Bill Molyneux William Mitchell Molyneux, born 1935, Au ...

January 2020 North American storm complex

In mid-January 2020, a complex system of winter storms – unofficially named Winter Storm Jacob by The Weather Channel – crossed North America, bringing heavy snowfall and high winds to Canada and the northern United States between 15 and 18 Janua ...

Ministry of Finance (Guyana)

The Ministry of Finance is the government ministry of Guyana responsible for fostering economic development by managing and maintaining public finances and providing a positive framework for public and private initiatives. The ministry is located ...

Deborah Bourchis

Deborah Bourchhis is a French researcher in Epigenetics. She is currently a team leader at the Curie Institute. Her research has been awarded the prize Liliane-Bettencourt for life sciences.

George Rodney (disambiguation)

George Brydges Rodney, 1st Baron Rodney was a British naval officer. George Rodney may also refer to: George Rodney, 2nd Baron Rodney 1753–1802, British soldier and politician George B. Rodney, Jr. 1842–1927, United States Army officer; sixth com ...

James Sutherland

James Miller Sutherland 1853–1921, lawyer and political figure in Prince Edward Island, Canada James Sutherland Canadian politician 1849–1905, Canadian politician James Sutherland Wisconsin politician 1820–?, Wisconsin politician

Thomas Gillespie

Thomas Gillespie may refer to: Thomas Gillespie rower 1892–1914, Scottish rower Thomas Gillespie geographer, American geographer and professor Thomas Gillespie Wisconsin politician 1831–1914, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly Thomas Andrew G ...

Francis Lee (disambiguation)

Francis Lee an English former footballer. Francis Lee may also refer to: Sir Francis Lee, 4th Baronet 1639–1667, English politician Francis Lightfoot Lee 1734–1797, signer of the United States Declaration of Independence Francis F. Lee born 1927, ...

Aurore

Aurore may refer to: Aurore slave ship, a cargo slave ship which brought the first African slaves to Louisiana in 1719 from Senegambia LAurore boreale, a Canadian bi-weekly newspaper, published in Whitehorse, Yukon Aurore 2017 film, a French movi ...

Merimepodib

Merimepodib is a drug which acts as an inhibitor of the enzyme inosine monophosphate dehydrogenase, which is required for the synthesis of nucleotide bases containing guanine. This consequently inhibits synthesis of DNA and RNA, and results in an ...

GRA

Ghana Revenue Authority Gibraltar Regulatory Authority Gender Recognition Act 2004 Gobabis Residents Association, a political party in Namibia dkf fi Genootskap van Regte Afrikaners "Society of Real Afrikaners", which promoted Afrikaner culture a ...

CNE

CNE may refer to: Canadian National Exhibition, Canadas largest annual fair CNE Bandshell, an open-air concert venue of the above Contrat nouvelle embauche, a French employment contract Computer Network Exploitation, a type of military Computer n ...

General Grant (disambiguation)

General Grant normally refers to Ulysses S. Grant, who later served as the 18th President of the United States. General Grant may also refer to:

Dont Cry For No Hipster

Dont Cry For No Hipster is a jazz album by keyboardist and vocalist Ben Sidran. It was recorded in July 2012, and released in 2013 under Sidrans label Nardis Records in the United States, and Bonsaï Music in France. It was Sidrans 35th studio alb ...

Queer LitFest, Chennai

The Queer LitFest, Chennai, also known as Chennai Queer LitFest is an annual literary festival which takes place in the Indian city Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The first edition of the Chennai Queer LitFest was organised in July 2018. Kavikko Convention ...

William Reed

William Reed may refer to: William Reed Business Media, the publishing company he founded William R. Reed c. 1915–1971, college athletics administrator in the United States William Reed author 1830–1920, author of The Phantom of the Poles 1906 Wi ...

Der Naturforscher

Der Naturforscher was a German scientific publication of the Enlightenment devoted to natural history. It was published yearly from 1774 to 1804, by J. J. Gebauers Witwe and Joh. Jac. Gebauer at Halle and edited first by Johann Ernst Immanuel Wal ...

Louis François de La Bourdonnaye

Louis François de La Bourdonnaye de Coetion was a French diplomat. He was Marquis de La Bourdonnaye and Vicomte de Coetion, Intendant de Rouen, Conseiller dEtat.

George Sutton

George Morris Sutton 1834–?, Prime Minister of Natal, 1903–1905 Sir George Sutton, 1st Baronet, of Castle House 1869–1947, a Sutton Baronet Sir George Sutton, 1st Baronet, of Beckenham 1856–1934, a Sutton Baronet George Manners-Sutton 1751–1804, ...

James Madison (disambiguation)

James Madison, 4th President of the United States. Presidency of James Madison, his presidency James Madison may also refer to: James Madison musician 1935–2008, known as James "Pee Wee" Madison, the blues guitar player from the band Muddy Waters ...

Treaty of Saint Petersburg

Treaty of Saint Petersburg or Treaty of St. Petersburg may refer to: Treaty of Saint Petersburg 1834, concluded between the Ottoman Porte and Russia Treaty of Saint Petersburg 1825, defined the boundaries in the area that later became Alaska St. ...

Adam Smith (disambiguation)

Adam Smith was a moral philosopher, author and economics pioneer. Adam Smith may also refer to: Adam Smith footballer, born 1992, English footballer playing for Bristol Rovers Adam Smith director, British television director Adam Smith, pseudonym ...

Richard Price (disambiguation)

Richard Price was a Welsh philosopher and an English Unitarian minister, credited with founding actuarial science and mentoring Mary Wollstonecraft. Richard Price may also refer to:

Robert Peel (disambiguation)

Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet was twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Robert Peel may also refer to: Robert Peel hotelier, founder of Peel Hotels Sir Robert Peel, 1st Baronet 1750–1830, English politician and industrialist Robert Peel Chri ...

Cellular thermal shift assay

CEllular Thermal Shift Assay is a patented label free method that has enabled measurements of compound target engagement in intact cells and tissue, without modifications to the target protein. This is accomplished by comparing the measured cellu ...

Fuxianhuiida

Fuxianhuiida is an extinct clade of arthropods from the Cambrian of China. All currently known species are from Cambrian Series 2 aged deposits in Yunnan Province, including the Chenjiang biota. They are generally considered to be close to the ba ...