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Zulema Noemi Pracanico

Zulema Noemi Pracanico was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Celina Rodriguez

Celina E. Rodriguez was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Dominga Ortiz

Dominga Ortiz de Sosa Vivas was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Mafalda Piovano

Mafalda Piovano de Castro was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Margaret Cilento

Cilento was born in Sydney, Australia on December 23, 1923. She studied at East Sydney Technical College. In 1947 she went to New York on a travelling scholarship. There she studied at the abstract expressionist Subjects of the Artist School. She ...

                                               

Pompeo Litta Biumi

Count Pompeo Litta Biumi or Pompeo Litta was an Italian historian, genealogist, military officer, politician, and nobleman.

                                               

Shatabdi

New Jalpaiguri Howrah Shatabdi Express, an express train of Shatabdi Express, operated by Indian Railways Jan Shatabdi Express, a series of Express trains, operated by Indian Railways Howrah – Puri Shatabdi Express, an express train of Shatabdi E ...

                                               

Jean Gibson

Gibson was born in Stoke on Trent and studied at the Wimbledon School of Art in London and then at the Royal College of Art, RCA, between 1954 and 1957. At the RCA Gibson met her future husband, the artist Anthony Whishaw. Gibson won a travelling ...

                                               

Deirdre Borlase

Borlase was born at Dulwich in London and grew up Margate, where her father was a plumber. She studied at the Bromley School of Art between 1940 and 1944 and then at the Royal College of Art in London for a further two years. After graduating she ...

                                               

Jan Carel van Eyck

Jan Carel van Eyck or Jan Karel van Eyck, was a Flemish painter active in Antwerp and Italy in the second half of the 17th century. He is known for his landscapes with villages and city scapes with genre scenes. He is also mentioned as a painter ...

                                               

Paroli (disambiguation)

Paroli may refer to: Paroli or Paix-paroli, a late 17th-century French gambling card game PAROLI, a proprietary protocol used inside a multi-shelf Carrier Routing System from Cisco

                                               

Rudolf Vogel (politician, born 1906)

Rudolf Vogel was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Heinrich Kemper (politician, born 1888)

Heinrich Kemper was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Tarnvir Singh Jagpal

Tarnvir Singh Jagpal is an Indian Punjabi film director. He is known for his work in Punjabi Cinema. He made his directing debut with the movie Rabb Da Radio. He received Filmfare Best Film Award for Rabb Da Radio.

                                               

Comarques, Thorpe-le-Soken

Comarques is an 18th century country house in Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex, England. It has been attributed to the architect, Sir Robert Taylor. Named after Captain Comarque, a Hugenot refugee who owned the estate in the early 18th century, the house i ...

                                               

Clotworthy

Clotworthy is a surname derived from Clotworthy near Wembworthy, Devon, England. The family inherited the manor of Rashleigh in Wembworthy in the 16th century. Sir Hugh Clotworthy gained land in Ireland in the Plantation of Ulster and built Antri ...

                                               

Bernardino da Martinengo

Bernardino da Martinengo was an Italian mason and architect. His appellation serves to identify his origins in Martinengo in the area of Bergamo. In 1481, he was cited as a member of a bricklayers group, where he learned construction techniques o ...

                                               

Frank Portelli (artist)

Frank Portelli was a mural artist and fine art painter from Malta whose work was exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 1958. Within a few months after his death, one of his murals was also acquired by Heritage Malta for the countrys national art co ...

                                               

Hamunyera Hambyuka

Julius Hamunyera Hambyuka is a Namibian politician who has served as a Member of the National Assembly of Namibia since March 2015. A member of the ruling SWAPO party, he was appointed the Government Chief Whip of the National Assembly in March 2020.

                                               

Ida Wedel-Jarlsberg

Ida Charlotte Clementine Wedel-Jarlsberg was a Norwegian courtier, painter, temperance activist, pacifist and feminist. She was a lady-in-waiting of queen Sophia of Sweden. She was the daughter of the Norwegian nobleman and landowner count Peder ...

                                               

Ilija Stanojevic

Ilija Stanojevic was one of the most prominent Serbian actors of the early 20th century. In 1911, Stanojevic co-founded the Union for the Production of Serbian Films with Svetozar Botoric. The same year, he directed and acted in The Life and Deed ...

                                               

Isabel Sanchez Montenegro

She was born and educated in Lugo, and specialized in social sciences and early childhood education. She was a primary education teacher in Monforte de Lemos. Since 1984 she worked in different villages of Lugo: A Mariña, Monterroso, Quiroga, Ant ...

                                               

Lola Maverick Lloyd House

The Lola Maverick Lloyd House is a historic house at 455 Birch Street in Winnetka, Illinois. The house was built in 1920 for pacifist and feminist activist Lola Maverick Lloyd and her four children. At the time, Lloyd had recently undergone a pub ...

                                               

Marisa Calin

A native of Bath, Somerset, Calin began her actor’s training at the Junior Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, and at 18 attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York.

                                               

John Patten Story

John P. Story was a career officer in the United States Army who attained the rank of major general. An 1865 graduate of the United States Military Academy, he served from shortly after the end of the American Civil War until retiring in 1905. A ...

                                               

Haneefah Wood

Haneefah Wood is an American actress. She is known for starring as Candace De La Brix on Nurse Jackie, Vickie/Rafiks Sister in Freedomland, Blanche on Grease Live!, and Wilma Howell on Schooled.

                                               

Gwen Carr

Gwen Carr is an American activist, public speaker and author. Carrs son, Eric Garner, was killed by a New York Police Department officer who used an illegal chokehold to arrest Garner. Since her sons death, Carr has become active in police reform ...

                                               

Tracye McQuirter

McQuirter grew up in Washington D.C. and graduated from Sidwell Friends School in 1984. She received her B.A. from Amherst College in 1988 and her Masters in Public Health Nutrition MPH from New York University In 2003.

                                               

Vladimir Markotic (anthropologist)

Markotic was born in Banja Luka. He emigrated to the United States in 1947. He obtained his M.A. Anthropology from Indiana University 1955 and a PhD in Anthropology from Harvard University 1963. He was a research assistant at Indiana University a ...

                                               

Dave Whamond

Dave Whamond is a Canadian cartoonist who draws the newspaper comic strip Reality Check, which has been published daily since 1995. As of 2010, Reality Check was being distributed by United Feature Syndicate. He has been nominated for the Nationa ...

                                               

Michael Grimes (scientist)

Grimes was born in Limerick, Ireland, in 1888. In 1905 he began working at the Condensed Milk Company of Ireland as a laboratory technician and analyst. Around the time of the Irish War of Independence, he became a member of the Irish Republican ...

                                               

Jean-Marc Chaput

The son of Robert Chaput and Gladys Reid, Jean-Marc Chaput spent his childhood on 4e Avenue, between Rue Masson and Saint Joseph Boulevard. He attended College Ahuntsic, College Sainte-Marie de Montreal, and HEC Montreal. On 14 February 1953, he ...

                                               

Andrew Patterson (film director)

Andrew Patterson is an American filmmaker. His debut feature The Vast of Night won the Best Narrative Feature Audience Award at the 2019 Slamdance Film Festival. Patterson was born in June 1982 and lives in Oklahoma.

                                               

Dinaldo Wanderley

Dinaldo Medeiros Wanderley, better known simply as Dinaldo Wanderley, was a Brazilian Politician, Lawyer and Economist from the state of Paraiba.

                                               

Alexander Sergeevich Klishin

Alexander Sergeevich Klishin is a Russian economist, financier, and local politician. As a philanthropist he founded a charitable foundation known as "The Trajectory of Hope". As of 2020, he is the Deputy Director for Economics and Finance at Ura ...

                                               

Clothesline (disambiguation)

Clothesline is an apparatus for laundry drying. It may also refer to: Someone striking another person across the face or neck with an extended arm, which is A form of illegal contact in North American football that would be penalized as a persona ...

                                               

Stuart Davis

Stuart Davis or Stewart or Davies may refer to: Stuart Davis golfer born 1973, English golfer Stuart Davis musician born 1971, American musician and songwriter Stuart Davis album Stuart Davies engineer 1906–1995, designer of the Avro Vulcan Stewa ...

                                               

Alonzo Menifield

Alonzo Theodoro Menifield) is an American mixed martial artist currently competing in the Light Heavyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

                                               

Coan (surname)

Coan is a surname. People with this surname include: Blair Coan 1883-1939, U.S. government agent Andy Coan 1958-2017, U.S. swimmer Olayr Coan 1959-2007, Brazilian actor Gil Coan 1922-2020, U.S. baseball player Ed Coan born 1963, U.S. powerlifter ...

                                               

Lee Williams

Lee Williams may refer to: Lee Williams basketball 1918–1997, American basketball coach and executive Lee Williams actor born 1974, British actor and model Lee Williams American football born 1962, American football player Lee Williams footballer ...

                                               

Steve Richardson

Steve Richardson may refer to: Steven Richardson Canadian football born 1996, American professional Canadian football defensive lineman Stephen Richardson born 1959, Australian rules footballer Steven Richardson born 1966, English professional go ...

                                               

Dan Zoler

Dan Zoler is an Israeli chess Grandmaster and doctor. His highest rating was 2558 when he ranked 12th in Israel. He won the 1990 U20 Israeli championship. In 1992 in Duisburg he achieved a bronze medal at the junior U18 world championship. He pla ...

                                               

2007 World Womens Handball Championship squads

Luisa Kiala Elizabeth Cailo Cilizia Tavares Natalia Bernardo Isabel Fernandes Cristina Branco Maria Tavares Maria Pedro Marcelina Kiala Maria Eduardo Carolina Morais Filomena Trindade Bombo Calandula Rosa Amaral Nair Almeida Ilda Bengue Coach: Je ...

                                               

2005 World Womens Handball Championship squads

Isabel Fernandes Maria Pedro Maria Goncalves Justina Praca Marta Joaquiem Cilizia Tavares Anica Neto Elzira Tavares Filomena Trindade Belina Miguel Nair Almeida Ilda Bengue Bombo Calandula Cristina Branco Lourdes Monteiro Marcelina Kiala Coach: J ...

                                               

Kanah Andrews-Nahu

Kanah Shenelle Andrews-Nahu is a New Zealand weightlifter. In 2018, she won the bronze medal in the girls +63 kg event at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the time she finished in 4th place but Supatchanin Khamha ...

                                               

Wyong Lakes Australian Football Club

The Wyong Lakes Australian Football Club, nicknamed the Magpies, is an Australian rules football club that plays in the AFL Hunter Central Coast league. The club is based in the Central Coast suburb of Tacoma, New South Wales.

                                               

Johnny Jackson

Johnny Jackson may refer to: Johnnie O. Jackson born 1971, bodybuilder Johnny Jackson musician 1955–2006, drummer for The Jackson 5 Johnnie Jackson born 1982, footballer Johnny Jackson Jr. 1945–2018, American politician Johnnie Jackson American f ...

                                               

Philip Durack

John Philip Durack is an Australian barrister and former first-class cricketer. The son of Peter Durack, he was born at Perth in May 1956. He later studied at the University of Western Australia, before going to England to study for his Bachelor ...

                                               

Merrion

Merrion, Merion, or Meirion may refer to: Places United States: Merion Village, Columbus, Ohio Merion, Pennsylvania Wales: Merionethshire Meirionnydd Merrion, Pembrokeshire Merrion Estate, Dublin, Ireland: Merrion Square Merrion Street Merrion Ga ...

                                               

William OConnor

William OConnor may refer to: William OConnor fencer 1864–1939, American fencer William Joseph OConnor 1862–1892, Canadian professional rower - single sculls William OConnor darts player born 1986, Irish darts player William Patrick OConnor 1886– ...