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William Curry

William Currie Canadian politician 1862–1934, manufacturer and political figure in New Brunswick, Canada William Currie British politician 1756–1829, British MP for Gatton, 1790, and Winchelsea, 1796 Bill Curry politician born 1951, American poli ...

William Bradley

William Bradley may refer to: William Bradley footballer 1893–?, English football soccer player William Bradley Royal Navy officer 1757–1833, naval officer in the first settlement of New South Wales William Bradley painter 1801–1857, English pain ...

Blake (disambiguation)

Blake is a given name and surname of English origin. Blake most commonly refers to: William Blake 1757–1827, English poet, painter, and printmaker Blake or Blakes may also refer to:

Pieter Linthorst

Pieter Linthorst was a Dutch writer of plays and political pamphlets, politician, and colonial administrator on the Gold Coast, who served as governor-general of the Dutch Gold Coast between 16 June 1805 and his death on 21 July 1807.

Samuel Marshall

Samuel Marshall may refer to: Sam Marshall, fictional character in the Australian TV drama series Home and Away Samuel R. Marshall, insurance lobbyist in Pennsylvania Samuel Taylor Marshall 1812–1895, co-founder of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity Sa ...

Les Velins du Roi

Les Velins du Roi is a compendium of 6984 plant and animal paintings started in 1631 to document specimens from the royal garden and animal collection. Foremost illustrators such as Nicolas Robert, Pancrace Bessa, Gerard van Spaendonck, Claude Au ...

Carron

Carron may refer to: Rivers River Carron, Sutherland Carron River Queensland, a river in Australia Carron Water, Aberdeenshire, a river that flows into the North Sea in Stonehaven River Carron, Forth, a river in Central Scotland River Carron, Wes ...

Conversation (disambiguation)

Conversations, a 1995 film starring Meta Golding Conversation magazine, a UK poetry magazine Conversations radio program, an Australian radio interview program hosted by Richard Fidler The Conversation TV series, an Australian television chat sho ...

Handsome Nell

Handsome Nell was the first song written by Robert Burns, often treated as a poem, that was first published in the last volume of James Johnsons Scots Musical Museum in 1803 with an untitled tune. Burns recorded in holograph on page three of his ...

Evolution of bacteria

The evolution of bacteria has progressed over billions of years since the Precambrian time with their first major divergence from the archaeal/eukaryotic lineage roughly 3.2-3.5 billion years ago. This was discovered through gene sequencing of ba ...

Richard Cartwright

Richard Cartwright may refer to: Richard Cartwright born 1759 1759–1815, businessman, judge and political figure in Upper Canada Richard Cartwright murderer 1974–2005, executed in Texas in 2005 Richard Cartwright philosopher 1925–2010, American p ...

John Gilchrist

John Gilchrist may refer to: John Gilchrist actor, former child actor John Gilchrist basketball born 1984, American basketball player John Gilchrist footballer, born 1900 1900–1950, Scottish footballer John Gilchrist Canadian politician 1792–1859 ...

Thomas Wells

Thomas Leonard Wells 1930–2000, Ontario political figure Tommy Wells born 1957, Washington, D.C. politician Thomas Wells MP, Member of Parliament MP for Downton

Vindex (disambiguation)

Vindex is a Roman governor of Gaul. Vindex may also refer to: Julius Vindex, pseudonym of Irish political writer Denis Taaffe 1759-1813 Vindex, fictional character in the 2008 space opera Implied Spaces by Walter Jon Williams Asios vindex and Pha ...

James Richardson

James D. Richardson 1843–1914, Democrat from Tennessee, U.S. House Minority Leader, 1899–1903 James Armstrong Richardson 1922–2004, Canadian politician James Richardson political consultant born 1984, Republican political strategist James Burchil ...

George James

George James may refer to: George James soldier 1760–1811, colonel of the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers George C. James born 1960, American lawyer and judge George James musician 1906–1995, American jazz saxophonist George G. M. James 1893–1956, ...

Richard Allen

Richard James Allen born 1960, Australian poet, dancer and filmmaker James Moffat author 1922–1993, Canadian-British novelist, wrote as Richard Allen, among other pseudonyms Dick Allen poet 1939–2017, American poet, literary critic and academic R ...

Poon Siu-tung

Poon Siu-tung, also known as Tony Poon is a Hong Kong judge. He has served as a Judge of the Court of First Instance of the High Court since January 2019. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Preven ...

Daniel Stewart

Dan Stewart politician born 1963, American politician Daniel Stewart politician born 1962, first openly gay elected mayor in New York State history

Charles Warren (disambiguation)

Charles Warren was a British Army officer and head of the London Metropolitan Police. Charles Warren may also refer to: Charles Warren cricketer, born 1843 1843–1919, English clergyman and cricketer C. E. T. Warren 1912–1988, British author and S ...

Villa Pianciani

Villa Pianciani is a complex situated on top of a hill that dominates the Spoleto Valley in Umbria. The complex is the work of architect Giuseppe Valadier and comprises different buildings and a vast historical park. It is one of the most elegant ...

James Coutts (MP)

Coutts was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on 10 March 1733. He was the third son of Jean Steuart and John Coutts, the former Lord Provost of Edinburgh. Among his siblings were Patrick Coutts; John Coutts; Thomas Coutts and Steuart Coutts, and one si ...

Willet (disambiguation)

Willet is a species of bird. It is also an anglicized form of a French surname Ouellet. Willet may also refer to: Gerald Willet 1934-2017, American businessman and politician Willet band, a Christian rock band Willet M. Hays 1859–1927, American p ...

Charlot (name)

Charlot is a Danish, German, Norwegian, and Swedish feminine given name that is an alternate form of Charlotte and a feminine form of Carl as well as the masculine Charlot. Charlot is a French masculine given name that is a diminutive form of Cha ...

Michael Foster

Michael Anthony Foster born 1939, author/writer Michael Foster musician born 1964, drummer of the rock band FireHouse Michael Foster agent born 1958, British former talent agent and political candidate Michael Foster American writer 1904–1956, no ...

Peter Johnston

Peter Johnston footballer, born 1957, former Australian rules footballer for Melbourne and Geelong Peter Johnston footballer, born 1959, former Australian rules footballer for Fitzroy Peter Johnstone Park, a sports ground in Mosgiel, New Zealand, ...

James Ellis

James Ellis may refer to: James Ellis Australian politician 1843–1930, Australian politician James G. Ellis composer 1880–1966, American violinist, silent film theater pioneer and composer James F. Ellis 1870–1937, physician and political figure ...

Proprietary

Proprietary is an adjective related to property or ownership. It may also refer to: Proprietary education or For-profit higher education in the United States, educational institutions operated by private businesses Proprietary governor, the gover ...

Concubine (disambiguation)

A concubine is a woman who lives with and has sexual relations with a man but is not in a marital relationship with him. Concubine or The Concubine may also refer to:

Regulator

Voltage regulator Battery regulator Regulator automatic control, a device that maintains a designated characteristic, as in Pressure regulator Diving regulator Regulator sewer, a control device used in a combined sewer system Regulator precision ...

Roswell

Roswell, New Mexico, known for the purported 1947 UFO incident see other uses below Roswell, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta Roswell, South Dakota Roswell, Colorado, a former settlement now part of Colorado Springs Roswell, Ohio Roswell, Idaho

Fulton

Fulton J. Sheen 1895-1979, Sainthood candidate and American Archbishop and media personality Fulton Oursler 1893-1952, American journalist and editor Fulton McGrath 1907-1958, American jazz pianist and songwriter Fulton Burley 1922-2007, Irish-Ca ...

254th

254th may refer to: 254th Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps, regiment of the British Army Reserve 254th Fighter Aviation Regiment, aviation regiment established in 1944 as 1st Yugoslav Fighter Regiment 254th Motor Rifle Division, motoriz ...

Lipik Stud

The Lipik Stud is a Croatian Lipizzan horse national breeding stud farm located in Lipik, Pozega-Slavonia County. The Stud originated in 1843 as count Izidor Jankovic built large stables on his estate. Today it comprises approximately 106 acres i ...

Michael Wodhull

The son of John Wodhull 1678–1754 of Thenford, Northamptonshire, by his second wife, Rebeccah 1702–1794, daughter of Charles Watkins of Aynhoe, he was born at Thenford on 15 August 1740. He was sent from a private school at Twyford to Winchester ...

Queens College

Queens College, City University of New York, US Queens College, Cambridge, University of Cambridge, England Queens College, Newfoundland, affiliated to the Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada Queens College University of Melbourne, Austra ...

Giddy

Davies Gilbert 1767-1839, British engineer, author and politician born Davies Giddy Lennox L. Giddy, South African Open mens singles tennis champion from 1894-1898; see List of South African Open mens singles champions Terry Giddy born 1950, Aust ...

Quincy Adams (disambiguation)

Quincy Adams Gillmore 1825–1888, Civil War general John Quincy Adams Ward 1830–1910, American sculptor John Quincy Adams Rollins, namesake of Rollins Pass John Quincy Adams 1848–1919, employee of the Milwaukee Road Railroad, namesake of Adams Cou ...

Tom Johnston

Tom, Thomas or Tommy Johnston may refer to: Thomas Jack Tom Jack Johnston, born 1993, Australian DJ and musician; pioneer of the "tropical house" subgenre Thomas Nicol Johnston 1870–1923, Scottish zoologist Tom Johnston British politician 1881–19 ...

John Baillie

John Baillie may refer to: John Baillie of Leys 1772–1833, officer in the British East India Company, professor and politician John Baillie divine 1741–1806, English divine, became a minister in 1767 John Baillie theologian 1886–1960, Scottish th ...

James Savage

James Savage may refer to: Jimmie Savage baseball James Harold Savage, 1883–1940, Major League Baseball outfielder James Savage architect 1779–1852, British architect James D. Savage born 1951, political science professor at the University of Vir ...

Napoleon Bonaparte (disambiguation)

Napoleon was a French military leader and emperor. Napoleon Bonaparte may also refer to: Napoleon Charles Bonaparte, 5th Prince of Canino 1839–1899, grandson of Napoleon Is brother Lucien Prince Napoleon Bonaparte 1822–1891, son of Napoleon Is br ...

Sam Houston (disambiguation)

Sam Houston wrestler born 1963, American wrestler Sam Houston Maine fl. 1770s, American soldier Samuel Walker Houston 1864–1945, African-American pioneer in the field of education

Ben Wright

Ben Wright cricketer born 1987, English cricketer, currently playing for Glamorgan Ben Wright footballer, born 1988, English footballer Ben Wright footballer, born 1980, English footballer

William Robertson (Irish architect)

William Robertson, an Irish architect, was born in Kilkenny, Ireland, some days before 4 December 1770. He attended the Dublin Society where he was awarded with a silver medal for his drawing skills in 1795. After some years in London, he returne ...

Gideon Comstock

Gideon Comstock was a Rhode Island politician and a Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court from June 1769 to June 1770. Comstock was the son of Providence, Rhode Island native Hazadiah Comstock. Comstock himself lived at Smithfield, Providence ...

Energy based model

An energy-based model is a form of generative model. GMs learn an underlying data distribution by analyzing a sample dataset. Once trained, a GM can produce other datasets that also match the data distribution. EBMs provide a unified framework fo ...

Idle (disambiguation)

Idle, West Yorkshire, UK; a suburb of Bradford, England Idle railway station Idle GNR railway station, in Idle, West Yorkshire Idle L&BR railway station, in Idle, West Yorkshire Idle railway station Leeds and Bradford Railway Idle and Thackle ...

Training Institute of the Deaf in Berlin Neukolln

The Training Institute of the Deaf in Berlin Neukolln was founded in 1788 as a school for the deaf. Some German schools had been founded after receiving instruction from Abba lEpee in France. The common view at the time was that the deaf were bel ...

The Troop (book)

The Troop is a 2014 horror novel written by the Canadian author Craig Davidson under the pen name Nick Cutter. The novel was released in English in hardback, e-book, and audiobook on February 25, 2014 through Gallery Books. The following year, it ...