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Alain Mosqueron

Alain Mosqueron is a French racing driver who currently competes in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series, driving the No. 99 Chevrolet Camaro for DF1 Racing in the EuroNASCAR Club class. He is a one-time champion in the Euro Series, having won the Elite ...

Toussaint

Toussaint may refer to: Toussaint name list of people named Toussaint Toussaint, Seine-Maritime, a commune in the arrondissement of Le Havre in the Seine-Maritime departement of France Toussaint hierarchy, a mathematical hierarchy of graphs devis ...

Little Flower Mission

Little Flower Mission operated from 1938 - 1942 and it was a mission to Eastern Arrernte people who were living in and around the township of Alice Springs. The mission was established by Catholic missionaries, part of the Missionaries of the Sac ...

Anime Sante, Alcamo

Anime Sante is a Catholic church located in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. Adjoining it there is the Salesian Oratory of Don Bosco

Lemieux (surname)

Lemieux is a French surname originating from Normandy and it has been traced from Rouen in the 1600s to earlier origins on the Cotentin peninsula. According to the website "Les familles Lemieux dAmerique" the North American Lemieux are descended ...

Francesco Lo Celso

Lo Celso is a youth academy product of Rosario Central. He was also part of Paris Saint-Germain youth team for few months. He made his professional debut on 1 March 2020, coming on as a 79th minute substitute for Diego Zabala in a 3–1 league win ...

Sacra Famiglia, Alcamo

Sacra Famiglia is a religious building in Alcamo, Sicily, southern Italy; it is located on the ground floor of the Ex Jesuits College.

Jacques Dessange

Jacques Dessange was born in 1925 in Souesmes, France as the son of Rene Dessange, a hairdresser, and his wife Aline, who opened a cafe next to the hairdresser. Jacques first worked in the hairdressing salon of his father, and in 1947 went to wor ...

2020 coronavirus pandemic in Kenya

The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic reached Kenya in March 2020 with the initial cases reported in the capital city Nairobi and in the costal area Mombasa county

Jammu and Kashmir Public Safety Act, 1978

The Jammu and Kashmir Public Safety Act, 1978 is a preventive detention law under which a person is taken into custody to prevent them from acting harmfully against "the security of the state or the maintenance of the public order" in the Indian ...

Dhakti Dahanu

Dhakti Dahanu is a village in the Palghar district of Maharashtra, India. It is located in the Dahanu taluka, on the shore of Arabian Sea.Located just other side of the Dahanu khadi from the town, it is connected with Dahanu by bridge over the cr ...

Prohibition on Face Covering Regulation

The Prohibition on Face Covering Regulation is a regulation prohibiting the wearing of face coverings in certain circumstances made by Chief Executive in Council under the Emergency Regulations Ordinance due to the 2019–20 Hong Kong protests The ...

Ronald Wimberly

Ronald Wimberly is an American cartoonist and illustrator. He has published several graphic novels, as well as shorter works for The New Yorker, DC/Vertigo, Nike, Marvel, Hill and Wang, and Dark Horse Comics. Wimberly was the 2016 Columbus Museum ...

Louis, Dauphin of France

Louis, Dauphin of France, or variations on this name, may refer to: Louis, Dauphin of France, Duke of Burgundy 1682–1712, son of the previous, grandson of Louis XIV, known as Duke of Burgundy, was Dauphin 1711–1712 Louis, Dauphin of France, Duke ...

Rao Pingru

Rao was born in 1922 in Nanchang. In 1940, he joined the army and was admitted into the Republic of China Military Academy in Chengdu. In 1945, he became a Lieutenant of the 83rd Division of the 100th Infantry of the National Revolutionary Army. ...

Ares (disambiguation)

Ares rocket, various proposed and existing launch vehicles and missiles Aerial Reconfigurable Embedded System, a DARPA concept for a robotic VTOL vehicle Scaled Composites ARES, a demonstrator aircraft built by the company Scaled Composites Aeria ...

Jean-Baptiste Barrez

Jean-Baptiste Barrez was a French dancer and ballet master. He was the son of surgeon Jean-Baptiste Barrez and Julie Jolivet. Barrez studied under Jean-Francois Coulon and was the principal dancer at the Grand Theatre de Bordeaux from 1817 to 182 ...

Jacques Alexandre

Jacques Alexandre is a French photographer known for his artistic photography of women, kids and landscapes in two main artistic styles: First his romantic "impressionism period" in the 70s, influenced by the impressionism paintings and then his ...

My Heart Hemmed In

My Heart Hemmed In is a novel written by Marie NDiaye and translated into English by Jordan Stump in 2017. The publisher of the French novel was Editions Gallimard. Two Lines Press published Stump’s translation. The novel follows Nadia, a middle ...

Cub

Cub Happy Tree Friends, a character in the Happy Tree Friends animated video series Cub band, a former band from Vancouver, Canada C.U. Burn, an Irish-language television series Cub film, a 2014 film Cub Records, a record label The Cub, a 1915 Am ...

Pierre Lacour (the younger)

His father was the painter Pierre Lacour, sometimes referred to as "The Elder". In 1797, after a private school education, he went to Paris, where he studied with the miniaturist, François-Andre Vincent. Two years later he returned to Bordeaux an ...

Pez (disambiguation)

Pez is a brand of candy. Pez, the Spanish word for fish, may also refer to: Pez Card Game Chateau de Pez, a Bordeaux wine estate Pez-e Olya "Upper Pez", a village in Iran Pez, an identifier of human gene PTPN14 Pezcore and The Pez Collection, alb ...

Jean-Sebastien Robicquet

Jean-Sebastien Robicquet, was born on the 20th of September 1966 in Begles, France. He is a french oenologist, master-distiller and company director. He founded EuroWineGate in 2001 which became Maison Villevert in 2016.

VS

Vs. magazine, a fashion and lifestyle magazine VS manga, a Japanese manga by Keiko Yamada

Champagne (disambiguation)

Champagne and Aishihik First Nations, an indigenous group in Canada Champagne Castle, a mountain in South Africa

Napoleon (disambiguation)

Napoleon also known as Napoleon Bonaparte or Napoleon I, was a French military leader and emperor. Napoleon, Napoleon, or Napoleon, or Napoleone may also refer to: Napoleon given name, a given name and list of people with the name Napoleone, an I ...

Black Pearl (disambiguation)

Black pearl is an alternative name for Tahitian pearl. Black Pearl is a fictional ship in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. Black Pearl or Black Pearls may also refer to:

Sander Rang

Sander Rang or Paul Charles Leonard Alexander Rang was a French conchologist and interpreter of Arabic texts. He was, in 1816, one of the survivors of the sinking of the frigate Medusa, on which he was a ensign.He spent a good part of his life in ...

Crepeau

Karine Crepeau Paul-Andre Crepeau was a Canadian professor born in 1926, in Saskatchewan - died 2011. François Crepeau, director of scientific affairs of the Centre detudes et de recherches internationales de lUniversite de Montreal. Paul-Andre C ...

Gerard Mannoni

Born in Bastia, Mannoni spent his childhood in Paris. He studied at the Ecole des Metiers dArt, the Ecole nationale superieure des beaux-arts, the Academie Julian, and the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere. He worked in the workshops of Marcel Gimo ...

1540 European drought

The 1540 drought in Europe was a climatic event in Europe. In various palaeoclimatic analyses the temperature and precipitation regimes were reconstructed and compared to present-day conditions. On the basis of historical records Wetter et al. 20 ...

Dora Werzberg

Dora Werzberg Amelan was a French nurse and social worker. In 1942, she rescued Jewish children through Oeuvre de secours aux enfants. She worked in the Camp de Rivesaltes and the Gurs internment camp, and took care of children who had survived t ...

Lea Stirling

Lea Margaret Stirling is a Canadian classical scholar and professor in the Department of Classics at the University of Manitoba. Her research focuses on Roman archaeology and Roman art with particular emphases on Roman sculpture, Late Antique art ...

Veillet River

The Veillet River is located in the municipality of Sainte-Genevieve-de-Batiscan, in the Regional County Municipality of "Les Chenaux", in the administrative region of Mauricie, in the province of Quebec, Canada.

Jean Veillet (1664–1741)

Jean Veillet is the unique ancestor of Veillet and Veillette of America. Jean Veillet was a soldier of the Vaudreuil Company when he arrived in Canada, then a farmer and a forest contractor. Jean Veillet was married on November 19, 1698 in Batisc ...

Henri Tayau

Henri Tayau was an operetta singer and actor, and violinist, who during a short but successful career performed many light tenor roles in opera-bouffes of Offenbach, and created several roles, the most notable being that of Orphee in Offenbachs g ...

Up

Up video game, based on the Disney/Pixar film Up!, a musical comedy also known as Via Galactica

Abra

Legislative district of Abra Abra, Burkina Faso Abra province, a province of the Philippines Abra, Ivory Coast Abra, Lebanon, a municipality of Lebanon Abra de Ilog, a municipality of Occidental Mindoro in the Philippines El Abra, an archaeologic ...

First Artists

First Artists was a production company which operated from 1969 to 1980. It made films for stars such as Barbra Streisand, Paul Newman, Sidney Poitier, Dustin Hoffman and Steve McQueen, who agreed to take lesser fees in exchange for greater creat ...

Cedric Enard

Cedric Enard is a former French volleyball player who is the current head coach of German League team Berlin Recycling Volleys and the Estonia mens national volleyball team.

Rene Panthier

Rene Panthier was a French physician and microbiologist. He served as scientist for the Pasteur Institute for thirty two years. He was research assistant, head of laboratory, and head of service at the Pasteur Institute. He was appointed deputy d ...

The Tale of Seol Gongchan

Seol Gongchan-jeon is a novel written by Chae Su before 1511. It is about a person possessed by the spirit of a dead person who tells the story of the underworld. In the sixth year in the reign of King Jungjong, this novel was classified as a boo ...

Pauline Tully

Pauline Tully is an Irish Sinn Fein politician who has been a Teachta Dala for the Cavan–Monaghan constituency since the 2020 general election. Previously she had been a member of Cavan County Council for the Ballyjamesduff Electoral Area, a seat ...

1675–1676 Malta plague epidemic

The 1675–1676 Malta plague epidemic was a major outbreak of plague on the island of Malta, then ruled by the Order of St John. It occurred between December 1675 and August 1676, and it resulted in approximately 11.300 deaths, making it the deadli ...

1592–1593 Malta plague epidemic

The 1592–1593 Malta plague epidemic was a major outbreak of plague on the island of Malta, then ruled by the Order of St John. It occurred in three waves between June 1592 and September 1593, and it resulted in approximately 3000 deaths, which am ...

Carnteel

Carnteel) is a hamlet, townland and civil parish, about 2 miles northeast of Aughnacloy in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is situated in the historic barony of Dungannon Lower.

Glen Sean Coulthard

Glen Sean Coulthard is a Yellowknives Dene associate professor in First Nations and Indigenous Studies and in the Department of Political Science at the University of British Columbia. He is also a co-founder, educator, and on the board of direct ...

W Tree, Victoria

W Tree is a small town in Victoria, Australia, located on the Gelantipy Road, in the Shire of East Gippsland near the Snowy River. The valley is located on Gunnai/Kŭrnai land. Despite its remote location in Gippslands high country, W-Tree is home ...

Jacques Gruppi

Jacques Gruppi, born in Villeneuve-sur-Lot, on 6 April 1941) is a French former rugby league player, who played as centre. His brother is Raymond Gruppi, who also was a rugby league player.

Christian Sabatie

He played for Villeneuve-sur-Lot, with which he won a historic treble. He also was called up for France national team, with which he played the 1968 Rugby League World Cup final lost against Australia. Outside the sport, he worked as a mechanic.