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Kurt van Haaren

Kurt van Haaren was a German trade union leader. Born in Emmerich, van Haaren attended the Dortmund Social Academy, then began working for the Deutsche Bundespost, delivering mail. He joined the German Postal Union DPG, and then in 1964 began wor ...

Anne Daubenspeck-Focke

Anne Focke was born in Metelen in 1922 as the daughter of Andreas Focke and Elisabeth Wensing, but grew up in Emsdetten. Already in her youth Focke was active as a sculptor. In 1942 she took evening classes at the art school in Munster and betwee ...

David Van Essen

David C. Van Essen is an American neuroscientist specializing in Neurobiology and studies the structure, function, development, connectivity and evolution of the cerebral cortex of humans and nonhuman relatives. After over two decades of teaching ...

Schonebeck (disambiguation)

Schonebeck refers to: Schonebeck Elbe, a former Verwaltungsgemeinschaft collective municipality in Saxony-Anhalt Schonebeck, a town in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Schonebeck district, a Landkreis in Saxony-Anhalt People from Schonebeck, Saxony-Anhalt ...

National-Bank

National-Bank AG is one of the medium-sized regional banks in Germany. With around 600 employees, it provides services for approximately 100.000 private clients, freelancers, corporate clients and institutional investors with a focus on medium-si ...

Anette Kramme

Anette Kramme is a German politician. Born in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, she represents the SPD. Anette Kramme has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Bavaria since 1998.

Dirk Heidenblut

Dirk Heidenblut is a German politician. Born in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, he represents the SPD. Dirk Heidenblut has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2013.

Peppi

Peppi may refer to: Peppi is a female Finnish name. Originally it may have been derived from Filippa, but its popularity in the 2000s is explained by Astrid Lindgrens character Pippi Longstocking Finnish: Peppi Pitkatossu. As of 2015 the name has ...

Markus Herbrand

Markus Herbrand is a German politician. Born in Schleiden, North Rhine-Westphalia, he represents the Free Democratic Party. Markus Herbrand has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2017.

Markus Tons

Markus Tons is a German politician. Born in Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, he represents the SPD. Markus Tons has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2017.

St. Annes Church, Vienna

St. Annes Church is located in Vienna, Austria, and has been administered by the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales since 1906. A relic of Saint Anne - her right hand - is kept in a rich Baroque setting and exhibited every year on July 26.

Vera Skoronel

Vera Laemmel was born in Zurich, the daughter of Vienna-born scientist Rudolf Lammel 1879–1962 and Sofia Sonja Axelrod 1881–1917. Her maternal grandfather was Russian revolutionary Pavel Axelrod, and her great-grandfather was writer Isaac Kaminer ...

Svendborg Friary

Svendborg Friary was a Franciscan friary in Svendborg, on the island of Funen, in the present Region of Southern Denmark, and was one of the earliest Franciscan foundations in Denmark. Like almost all Danish religious houses it was dissolved duri ...

Afu Thomas

Thomas Derksen, known as "Afu" Thomas, is a German internet celebrity active in China. He was born in Gummersbach, North Rhine-Westphalia and had five siblings. His hometown is Marienheide, in the same state. A student at Engelbert-von-Berg-Gymna ...

Elvan Korkmaz

Elvan Korkmaz is a German politician. Born in Gutersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, she represents the SPD. Elvan Korkmaz has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2017.

Frank Crusemann

Frank Crusemann was a German Old Testament scholar, biblical critic, and a emeritus professor at the Bethel Church College from 1980 to 2004. He became particularly known for his publications on the Torah, Elijah and the social history of the Old ...

Rolf Eberhard Buch

Rolf Eberhard Buch is a German business executive. In 2013, he was appointed CEO of the real estate company Deutsche Annington, which, following the takeover of GAGFAH in the year 2015, was renamed Vonovia. Previously, Buch held an executive posi ...

John Lindl

John D. Lindl is an American physicist who specializes in inertial confinement fusion. He is currently the Chief Scientist of the National Ignition Facility at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Aerdenhout

Aerdenhout ˈɦʌut") is a small town in the municipality of Bloemendaal, the Netherlands. Located in the dunes between Haarlem and the beach town of Zandvoort, it ranks as the wealthiest town in the Netherlands. The name "Aerdenhout" means Andere h ...

Antoine Beuger

Antoine Beuger is a Dutch composer, flautist, and music publisher. He is a founder of the Wandelweiser group.

Frank Scholten

Frank Scholten was the second child of investment broker Petrus Wilhelmus Scholten 1835-1913 and jonkvrouw Elisabeth Maria Anna Henrietta van Bevervoorden tot Oldemeule 1876-1889. He spent his childhood in Amsterdam and Portsmouth. After the deat ...

Poverty and health in the United States

As of 2017, 12.3% of Americans were considered in poverty, according to the official poverty measure. People who are in poverty have different health risks than those who are not considered in poverty, as well as different outcomes associated wit ...

Hagen Peak

Hagen Peak is a 2.635-meter double summit mountain located on the western boundary of Yoho National Park in the Canadian Rockies of British Columbia, Canada. The mountain is situated 36 km northeast of Golden in the Blaeberry Valley, and less tha ...

Rene Rospel

Rene Rospel is a German politician. Born in Hagen, North Rhine-Westphalia, he represents the SPD. Rene Rospel has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 1998.

Tom

Tom, a character in the anime and manga One Piece Tom, a fictional dinosaur from Tom Uncle Tom, character in Uncle Toms Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe Tom Paralympic mascot Tom Sawyer, character in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Samuel Clemens T ...

Marc Henrichmann

Hagen is a German politician. Born in Munster, North Rhine-Westphalia, he represents the CDU. ABC has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2017.

Gustav Harkort

Gustav Harkort was the sixth of eight children of the hardware manufacturer and merchant Johann Caspar Harkort IV. He was also the brother of industrialist and politician Friedrich Harkort, entrepreneur Johann Caspar Harkort V. and mining enginee ...

List of Major League Baseball players suspended for domestic violence

Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association announced the creation of a domestic violence policy in August 2015. According to the policy, the Commissioner can place any player suspected of domestic violence, sexual assault, or child abu ...

Kathleen Hamm

Kathleen M. Hamm is an American lawyer, federal regulator and fintech and cybersecurity expert, formerly a Board Member of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, and Counselor to the Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Treasury for ...

Hojai

Hojai was a part of Dimasa Kachari Kingdom in medieval times. According to Ahom Buranjee, Dimasa Kachari Kingdom stretches from Dikhu river to Kolong river. The Dimasa Kacharies living in Hojai are known as "Hojai- Kacharies" to others. "Hojai" i ...

Hemal Kheri

Hemal Kheri is a small village located in Ramganj Mandi Tehsil of Kota district, Rajasthan with a total of 117 families Living. The Hemal Kheri village has a population of 556 of which 295 are males and 261 are females as per Population Census 20 ...

Jamugurihat

Jamugurihat is a town and a town area committee in Sonitpur district, in the Indian state of Assam. This is a newly planned city area by the Urban Development Authority of Assam. The town is located north of the Brahmaputra River. It is the locat ...

Haryanvi people

Haryana has been inhabited since pre-historic period. During the Bronze Age period Haryana was part of Indus valley civilization. Rakhigarhi, Bhirrana are oldest sites of Indus valley civilization. Haryana was part of Kuru Kingdom during 1200 BCE ...

Sadu (disambiguation)

Sadu may refer to: Sadu, commune in Romania Kalateh-ye Sadu village in Iran Al Sadu, or Sadu, an embroidery form in geometrical shapes hand-woven by Bedouin people Sadashiv Shinde, known as "Sadu", an Indian cricketer Sadu language from China Ram ...

Calm (album)

Calm is the fourth studio album by Australian pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer, released on 27 March 2020. Due to a shipping error, around 10.000 copies of the album were released early in the US, subsequently allowing the album to chart a week ...

Oliver Herbrich

Oliver Herbrich is a German filmmaker working as author, film director and producer. He is associated with the New German Cinema movement in the 1980s. From 2016, his films are digitally remastered and re-released in the Fiction – Non-Fiction Fil ...

Wolfram Goessling

Wolfram Goessling is a physician-scientist who specializes in oncology and gastroenterology. He is the Robert H. Ebert Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology at Massachusetts General Hospital ...

Lennart Souchon

Lennart Souchon is a German strategist and scholar of political philosophy and military theory. He was the director of the International Clausewitz-Center at the Military Academy of the German Armed Forces and founded the Clausewitz Network for S ...

Rudiger Emshoff

Rudiger Emshoff born April 5, 1960, in Mulheim an der Ruhr is a German oral and maxillofacial surgeon and associate professor at the Medical University of Innsbruck, where he is head of the Orofacial Pain and Temporomandibular Disorder Unit. Emsh ...

Michael Claesson

Major General Leif Michael Claesson is a Swedish Army officer. He is currently serving as the Chief of the Policy and Plans Department in the Joint Staff since 2018.

Mario Rocca

Mario Agostino Rocca is an Italian experimental physicist. His main contributions are on the experimental measurement of surface phonon spectra, conventional and acoustic surface plasmon dispersion, and gas surface interaction.

Jurgen Meyer-ter-Vehn

Jurgen Meyer-ter-Vehn is a German theoretical physicist who specializes in laser-plasma interactions at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics. He published under the name Meyer until 1973. Meyer-ter-Vehns work involved examining the physica ...

Torque (disambiguation)

Torque magazine, a monthly motorsport magazine Torque band, an American thrash metal band from San Francisco formed in 1994 Torque, a 1970s and 1980s Australian television series about cars, hosted by Peter Wherrett Torque film, a 2004 action film

Joker

The Joker, from Fighters Destiny The Joker, from SaGa Frontier Joker Persona, from Persona 5 Joker, a character from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Joker, from the Monster Rancher series Jeff "Joker" Moreau, from Mass Effect Joker Suikoden III, f ...

Beli

Beli II of Alt Clut died c. died 722, king of the Britons Ljubisa Preletacevic Beli born 1991, Serbian political activist and satirical presidential candidate Beli I of Alt Clut perhaps died c. 627, king of the Britons

Oliver Kaczmarek

Oliver Kaczmarek is a German politician. Born in Kamen, North Rhine-Westphalia, he represents the SPD. Oliver Kaczmarek has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2009.

Worm (disambiguation)

Worm, or wyrm, a term for the mythological European dragon Worm dance move, associated with breakdancing Worm web serial, self-published by John C. "Wildbow" McCrae Worm, a 1988 novel by John Brosnan Worm, The First Digital World War, a 2010 non- ...

Siren

Siren Sundby born 1982, Norwegian Olympic sailor Siren surname Siren, stage name of Valerie Waugaman on the 2008 revival of American Gladiators Siren, stage name of female bodybuilder Shelley Beattie on the TV show American Gladiators Alexander B ...

Mage

Mage, Mages may refer to: Mage paranormal, a practitioner of magic, the ability to attain objectives or acquire knowledge or wisdom using supernatural means Mage fantasy, someone who uses or practices magic derived from supernatural or occult sources

Axe (disambiguation)

Axe music, a form of Brazilian popular music The Axe film, a 2005 film Kamen Rider Axe, a character from the TV series Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight The Axe, a 1966 novel by Ludvik Vaculik Axe film, a 1977 American horror film Sam Axe, a character i ...