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Craig Jones

Craig Jones may refer to: Craig Jones cricketer born 1978, Australian cricketer Craig Jones footballer, born 1989, English footballer Craig Jones motorcycle racer 1985–2008, English motorcycle racer Craig Jones footballer, born 1987, Welsh footba ...

Straight

Straight may refer to: Straight, an alternative name for the cross boxing, a type of punch in boxing "Straight", a song by T-Pain on the 2017 Oblivion T-Pain album Straight line, having zero curvature; wikt:rectilinear Straight, Incorporated, a n ...

If It Were Love

If It Were Love is a French documentary film, directed by Patric Chiha and released in 2020. The film profiles the professional and personal lives of the dancers in Crowd, a touring piece by choreographer Gisele Vienne about the rave scene of the ...

Political animal

Political Animal or Political Animals is a term used by the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle in his Politics to refer to a human being. The phrase may also refer to: Political Animals documentary, a documentary film featuring the first openly ...

Harry White

Harry White Pennsylvania 1834–1920, American politician from Pennsylvania Harry Oliver White 1895–1987, Canadian politician Harry White Australian politician 1898–1946, Australian politician from Victoria Harry Keith White born 1943, American pol ...

The Dreamers

"Dreamers", a 1918 war poem by Siegfried Sassoon The Dreamers novel, a 2019 science-fiction novel by Karen Thompson Walker "The Dreamers" play, a 1982 play by Jack Davis The Dreamers novel series, a 2003–06 fantasy series by David Eddings and Lei ...

Allison Zuckerman

Allison Zuckerman is an American contemporary artist and painter. Zuckermans pop-surrealist work fuses painting with digital printing techniques and appropriates various art historical tropes and references to "recast the submissive, romanticized ...

Richard Griffin

Richard Griffin may refer to: Ric Griffin, fictional character in Holby City Richard J. Griffin, head of the Bureau of Diplomatic Security 2005-2007, Acting Inspector General of Department of Veterans Affairs 2013-2015 Richard Allen Griffin born ...

Powerlist 2019

The 2019 Powerlist Rankings were released in October 2018 and saw Meghan, Duchess of Sussex included in the list for the first time and named Ric Lewis as the most influential individual

Stanislawa Nikodym

Stanislawa Nikodym was a Polish mathematician and artist. She is known for her results in continuum theory, especially on Jordanian continuums.

Mary Ward

Mary Ward nurse 1884–1972 English nurse to the boat people on the waterways Mary Alice Ward 1896–1972, Australian teacher and pastoralist Mary Ward scientist nee King, 1827–1869 Irish amateur scientist, was killed by an experimental steam car

Spacewoman

Spacewoman or Space women or variation may refer to: Women in space List of female astronauts Female taikonaut Female cosmonaut Astronaut or cosmonaut who is female, a woman trained to operate or serve aboard a spacecraft The Spacewomen, superher ...

First man or woman

First man or first woman may refer to: Protoplasts, a technical term for the legendary first people of any creation myth, including a list of first men and women in different traditions Manu Hinduism and Shatarupa, the first people in Dharmic rel ...

AWC

Air War College, a part of Air University, at Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base, Alabama Allegheny Wesleyan College, a private liberal arts college in Ohio

Bloomer

Bloomer may refer to: Bloomer potato, a potato variety Bloomer, a type of loaf of bread – a crusty loaf with rounded ends, and typically with several parallel diagonal slashes across its top Bloomers clothing, a type of clothing for women LNWR Bl ...

IAC

Inter-African Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children, a rights organization InterAcademy Council Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo Mauro Picone: an Italian applied mathematics research institute India ...

Anna Laverty

Anna Laverty is a music producer who has been active in London and Australia since 2008. In 2018 she won the Studio Production Award at the Australian Women in Music Awards. She has worked in a variety of roles including engineer, producer, mixer ...

Sobek (disambiguation)

Sobekihotep disambiguation, various meanings derived from an Egyptian name meaning "Sobek is pleased" Satsobek, an Egyptian queen whose name means "Daughter of Sobek" Sobekneferu, a Pharaoh whose name means "Beauty of Sobek"

Marie Narelle

Marie Narelle, born Catherine Mary Ryan, was an Australian singer, billed as "the Australian Queen of Irish Song".

Bears Sonic Journals: Dawn of the New Riders of the Purple Sage

Bears Sonic Journals: Dawn of the New Riders of the Purple Sage is a 5-CD live album by the country rock band the New Riders of the Purple Sage. It was recorded at various venues in the San Francisco Bay Area from August 1969 to June 1970. It was ...

Alice Reilly

Alice Reilly was born Alice Abbot in 1702 or 1703. She married the printer and publisher Richard Reilly on 10 October 1733, and after his death in July 1741, took over his business. She payed quarterage fees to the printers guild, the Guild of St ...

Adirondack Fire

Adirondack Fire, the Great Fire of 1903, was a wildfire comprising 643 fires in Adirondack and Catskill region, New York, that started on Monday, April 20, 1903. The fire lasted for six weeks. It burned a total area of 600.000 acres, mainly in Ad ...

Margaret Valiant

Margaret Valiant was born on February 22, 1901 in Como, Panola County, Mississippi to Denton Hurlock Brahan and Johnnie C. Everson Brahan. Valiants mother died when she was two. She briefly lived with an aunt in San Antonio, but returned to Missi ...

Margaret Fay Shaw

The youngest of five sisters, Shaw was born in Glenshaw, Pennsylvania. She developed an interest in music from an early age when she learned to play the piano. After her parents died when she was 11, she moved to Scotland as a teenager and attend ...

Ruth Rubin

Born Rivke Rosenblatt in 1906, she may have been born in Khotin, Bessarabia, but was raised from a young age in Montreal, along with her sister Esther, where she spoke Yiddish, English and French. She attended the citys Yiddish schools as well as ...

Judith Liberman

Judith Malika Liberman is a French storyteller, writer and teacher, currently living in Turkey. When she was 14, she learned storytelling in a French commune and has gone on to reintroduce the telling of Anatolian fairy tales in Turkey.

Pan Pacific

Pan Pacific or Pan Pac can refer to: Pan-Pacific Championship, an association football championship, begun in 2008 Pan-Pacific Auditorium, a former auditorium in Los Angeles Pan Pacific International Holdings PPIH, the Japan-based parent company ...

Vicki Christiansen

Vicki Christiansen is an American government official, currently serving as the 19th Chief of the United States Forest Service. Prior to assuming the role, Christiansen had spent seven years with the Forest Service and 30 with the Washington Stat ...

Anita McConnell

Anita McConnell was a writer on the history of science and a curator of oceanography and geophysics at the Science Museum, London. She is most widely known for her popular Shire book on barometers but also wrote many books on the history of ocean ...

Music Vale Seminary

Music Vale Seminary, also known as the Salem Normal Academy of Music, was a normal music conservatory for women in Salem, Connecticut. It was the first accredited music school in the United States. The school opened in 1835 and closed in 1876.

WRI

WRI is an initialism for: War Resisters International, an international anti-war organization Worldtech Resources Institute, a business college in Camarines Sur province, Philippines WRI, IATA code for McGuire Air Force Base "WRI", designation so ...

Rebecca Moynihan

Rebecca Moynihan is an Irish Labour Party politician who has been a Senator for the Administrative Panel since April 2020. She is the partys Spokesperson on Community Arts. She previously served on Dublin City Council from 2009 to 2020, represent ...

Florence Anderson (trade unionist)

Florence Anderson was the first female trade union secretary in Victoria, Australia. Anderson was born in Bairnsdale, Victoria. She married John Anderson in 1911 and bore three children. After her husband died she became a cleaner, but according ...

Annette Hoyt Flanders

Annette Hoyt Flanders was an American landscape architect. Her work on residential gardens was primarily in the Eastern and Midwestern United States. She was recognized in House & Gardens Hall of Fame in 1930 and elected a Fellow of the American ...

Kirsten Bauer

Kirsten Bauer is an Australian landscape architect notable for her contributions to practice, education and research. She is a Director of Aspect Studios in Melbourne.

Grace Tabor

Ina Grace Tabor was an American landscape architect, designer, writer, and editor. She was one of the first women to identify herself professionally as a landscape architect. She is best known as the author on the subjects of landscape design and ...

Teresa Gali-Izard

Gali-Izard was born in Barcelona in 1968. She received degrees in Agricultural Engineering and a Postgraduate in Landscape Architecture from Escuela Superior de Agricultura de Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Catalonia.

Margaret McKenny

Margaret McKenny was an American landscape architect, naturalist, activist, and writer who was referred to as the "Grand Dame" of Northwest mushrooming.

Marie-Odile Marceau

Marie-Odile Marceau is a Canadian architect and partner at McFarland Marceau Architects Ltd. Marceaus career in both the public and private sectors emphasizes sustainability and community centered design. Throughout her career, Marceau has specia ...

Johanna Hurme

Johanna Hurme is a co-founding partner of the Winnipeg-based practice, 5468796 Architecture, which has received local, national and international recognition and has been considered a "catalyst for change". Her firm’s projects demonstrate innovat ...

Fuensanta Nieto

Fuensanta Nieto de la Cierva is a Spanish architect. She is known for her work as a partner of Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos, a firm which she co-founded in 1984. Fuensanta Nieto studied at the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Madrid. From ...

April Waters

Born about 1980, Waters was class salutatorian at Sweet Home High School in 1998. Waters earned a BFA degree at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She also studied at the Art Center School of Design, Los Angeles, at UCLA, and California State U ...

The Big Meeting

The Big Meeting is a 2019 documentary about the yearly Durham Miners Gala by Liverpool-based film company Shut Out The Light. It was directed by Daniel Draper as a follow up to 2017 documentary Dennis Skinner: Nature of the Beast. The film "shows ...

Mew

Mew Pokemon, a mythical Pokemon from Kanto Mew, a character in the Thai movie Love of Siam Mew, a fictional seagull in "Roverandom"

Hysteria (disambiguation)

Conversion disorder, a replacement for the term hysteria in formal diagnostic manuals Female hysteria, a formerly common medical diagnosis, made exclusively in women, which is no longer recognized by modern medical authorities Histrionic personal ...

Sunburn (disambiguation)

Sunburn is a condition of the skin after overexposure to ultraviolet radiation. Sunburn may also refer to: "Sunburn", a song by Tinashe from Nightride Sunburn 1979 film, a film starring Farrah Fawcett Sunburn Festival, an electronic dance music f ...

Margaret Seymour

Margaret Seymour may refer to: Margery Wentworth, married name Margery or Margaret Seymour, mother of Queen Jane Seymour, third wife of Henry VIII and muse of the poet John Skelton Margaret Seymour, Lady Wadham died 1520, aunt of Queen Jane Seymo ...

Melpomene (disambiguation)

Melpomene was one of the Nine Muses in Greek mythology and a Greek female given name. Melpomene may also refer to: 18 Melpomene, a main belt asteroid. HMS Melpomene, seven ships of the Royal Navy. Melpomene, a woman reported to have attempted to ...

Cantus (disambiguation)

Cantus may refer to: Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten, a composition by Arvo Part Cantus may refer to the uppermost voice in medieval music manuscripts Cantus Verkehrsgesellschaft, a railway company in Germany Cantus software Cantus database, ...

Iris, Messenger of the Gods

Iris, Messenger of the Gods is a bronze sculpture by Auguste Rodin. A plaster model, created between 1891 and 1894, was cast in bronze by Fonderie Rudier at various times from about 1895. Iris is depicted with her right hand clasping her right fo ...