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C. nigricans

C. nigricans may refer to: Calyptranthes nigricans, DC., a plant species in the genus Calyptranthes Camponotus nigricans, Roger, 1863, an ant species in the genus Camponotus Clanculus nigricans, a sea snail species in the genus Clanculus Cercomac ...

                                               

William Haywood

William Haywood may refer to: William Henry Haywood, Jr. 1801–1852, North Carolina senator William Dudley Haywood 1869–1928, American union leader, "Big Bill Haywood" William Haywood engineer 1821–1894, British Surveyor and Engineer to the City o ...

                                               

Charles Townsend

Charles Townsend may refer to: Charlie Townsend 1876–1958, Gloucestershire cricketer Charles Townsend British politician, British politician of the 1890s who represented Bristol North Charles Haskins Townsend 1859–1944, American zoologist Charles ...

                                               

William Griffiths

William Garonwy Griffiths born 1955, American author William Griffiths field hockey 1922–2010, British Olympic hockey player William Griffiths boxer born 1932, Australian Olympic boxer William Griffiths VC 1841–1879, Irish recipient of the Victor ...

                                               

Golden River

Douro, nicknamed Golden River, in Spain and Portugal Golden River Anchuhu, a former Jurchen name for the Ashi River, China Golden River or Golden Water River, in the outer court of the Forbidden City, Beijing, China Mas River, East Java, Indonesi ...

                                               

Irony (disambiguation)

Irony is a literary or rhetorical device, in which there is an incongruity or discordance between what one says or does. Irony or Ironic may also refer to: Irony display, see Kitsch On the Concept of Irony with Continual Reference to Socrates, an ...

                                               

Jules-Isidore Lafrance

Lafrance was born in Paris on 15 December 1941. A graduate of the Ecole nationale superieure des Beaux-Arts, he was a student of Francisque Duret, Jules Cavelier and Auguste Maillard. Lafrance made his debut at the Salon de la Societe des artiste ...

                                               

Elaphoglossum

Elaphoglossum is a genus of ferns in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Elaphoglossoideae, in the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016.

                                               

Thomas ODonnell

Thomas ODonnell may refer to: Thomas ODonnell Sinn Fein politician died 1945, Irish Sinn Fein represented Sligo-Mayo East in the 1920s Thomas A. ODonnell 1870–1945, oil industrialist and builder of the ODonnell Golf Club in Palm Springs, Californ ...

                                               

Tyne

River Tyne, England The Port of Tyne comprises the commercial docks in and around the River Tyne in Tyne and Wear in the northeast of England. River Tyne, Scotland

                                               

Ebba Åkerhielm

Ebba Aurora Ulrika Åkerhielm af Margaretelund nee Gyldenstolpe was a Swedish court official. She served as overhovmastarinna to the queen of Sweden, Sophia of Nassau, from 1890 to 1907. She was the daughter of count Adolf Fredrik Nils Gyldenstolp ...

                                               

Watch on the Rhine (disambiguation)

Watch on the Rhine may refer to: Wacht am Rhein, an alternative name for the Niederwalddenkmal monument in Rudesheim am Rhein "Watch on the Rhine" German: Unternehmen: Wacht am Rhein, the German ground offensive in late 1944 on the Western Front ...

                                               

Lynch v. Nurdin

Lynch v. Nurdin 1 QB 29, Arn and H 158, 113 ER 1041 was the first case law to define the attractive nuisance doctrine and was cited by later sources in the United States and the Commonwealth of Nations in developing the doctrine. Lord Chief Justi ...

                                               

James Barber

James Barber may refer to: James David Barber 1930–2004, political scientist James Barber politician 1921–2001, Pennsylvania politician James Barber author 1923–2007, Canadian author James Barber rugby, New Zealand rugby footballer who represente ...

                                               

Oversoul

Artificial oversoul, a term used in The Wheels of Chance by H. G. Wells Oversoul, the telepathic voice to which all Dals are attuned in The Malloreon series of books by David Eddings The Oversoul, a character in The Homecoming Saga, a science fic ...

                                               

Patrie

Patrie or La Patrie may refer to: Patrie Patrie airship, 1906 Patrie 1946 film, also based on the play Patrie!, a popular 1886 opera by Paladihle based on the play Patrie 1917 film, based on the play Patrie!, 1869 play by Victorien Sardou about t ...

                                               

James McGowan

James McGowan may refer to: Jimmy McGowan footballer, born 1924 1924–1984, Scottish footballer who played for Southampton FC James McGowan actor born 1960, Canadian actor James M. McGowan 1920–2004, member of the New Jersey General Assembly Jimmy ...

                                               

Barnum Museum (disambiguation)

Barnum Museum is a museum in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA, with a collection related to P. T. Barnum. Barnum Museum may also refer to: The Barnum Museum, a 1990 collection of fantasy themed short stories by Steven Millhauser Barnum Museum of Natu ...

                                               

Albert Cook

Albert Cook may refer to: Albert Samuel Cook 1878–1915, medical doctor and member of the American Red Cross mission in Serbia Albert Cook footballer 1880–1949, soccer player Sir Albert Ruskin Cook 1870–1951, British missionary in Uganda Albert Sp ...

                                               

The Southern Cross

The Southern Cross could refer to The Southern Cross Argentina, an Argentine newspaper by Patrick Joseph Dillon 1842-1889, a Roman Catholic priest, editor, and politician The Southern Cross New Zealand, an Auckland newspaper 1843–1862 that change ...

                                               

Mier

Ciudad Mier, city and municipality in northern Mexico Mier Expedition, from the Republic of Texas into Mexico, 1842-43 Mier, Asturias, parish in northern Spain Mier, Indiana, community in the U.S. Mier Local Municipality, in South Africa

                                               

Silent

Silent George, George Stone outfielder 1876–1945, American Major League Baseball outfielder and batting champion Charles Silent 1842-1918, German-born American jurist Brandon Silent born 1973, South African former footballer

                                               

Amberley

Amberley, Ohio, United States, a village in the Cincinnati metropolitan area Amberley, Ontario, Canada Amberley, New Zealand, in north Canterbury

                                               

John Leahy

John Leahy is the name of: Australia John Leahy footballer 1941–1980, Australian rules footballer John Leahy politician 1854–1909, Australian Conservative politician, 1893–1909 Ireland John Patrick Kenneth Leahy 1907–1963, Irish Roman Catholic pr ...

                                               

Cummins House

Cummins House may refer to: Australia Cummins House, Adelaide, South Australia, built 1842 for Sir John Morphett United States Timothy Cummins House, Smyrna, Delaware, listed on the NRHP in Kent County, Delaware David J. Cummins House, Smyrna, De ...

                                               

Bohemia (disambiguation)

Duchy of Bohemia, a predecessor of Kingdom of Bohemia Lands of the Bohemian Crown, a monarchy comprising all historical Czech lands Kingdom of Bohemia, a medieval and early modern monarchy in Central-Western Europe

                                               

George Price

George Price may refer to: George Price footballer c. 1878–1938, footballer George McCready Price 1870–1963, Canadian creationist George Edward Price 1842–1926, UK MP for Devonport George Price cartoonist 1901–1995, American cartoonist George E. ...

                                               

Southern Jutland Artillery Regiment

The Soutern Jutland Artillery Regiment was an artillery regiment of the Royal Danish Army. The regiment was established on November 1, 1951 as 4 Field Artillery Regiment in Aarhus. The regiment is based on the 7th Artillery Batallion of 3 Field A ...

                                               

Saint Mary (disambiguation)

Salome disciple, saint and follower of Jesus, counted as one of the Three Marys in Roman Catholic tradition Mary de Cervellione c. 1230 – 1290, saint often invoked against shipwreck Mary Frances of the Five Wounds 1715–1791, saint and member of t ...

                                               

Lebong & Mineral Spring Tea Garden

Lebong & Mineral Spring Tea Garden is a village in the Darjeeling Pulbazar CD block in the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Sharpbeak terapon

The sharpbeak terapon is a species of ray-finned fish, a grunter from the family Terapontidae. It is found in the coastal waters of Asia from southern Japan to the Philippines.

                                               

The Columns

The Columns may refer to: The Columns Columbia, Missouri, a contributing structure on the National Register of Historic Places and symbol of the University of Missouri The Columns Murfreesboro, North Carolina, listed on the National Register of H ...

                                               

Castle Douglas Hospital

Castle Douglas Hospital is a health facility in Academy Street, Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. It is managed by NHS Dumfries and Galloway.

                                               

Charles Eaton

Charles Eaton may refer to: Charles Frederick Eaton 1842–1930, American artist and landscape designer Charles Warren Eaton 1857–1937, American artist Charles Eaton British actor, British actor Charles le Gai Eaton 1921–2010, Swiss-British thinker ...

                                               

Walter Evans

Walter Evans may refer to: Walter Allan Evans 1897–1955, Western Australian cricketer and footballer Walter Jenkin Evans 1856–1927, Welsh Presbyterian academic and writer Walter Evans American politician 1842–1923, United States Representative fr ...

                                               

Manhood (disambiguation)

Manhood is a stage in life of a man. Manhood may also refer to: Manhood Peninsula in West Sussex, England Manhood, an 1842 painting in The Voyage of Life series by Thomas Cole Manhood Muscles album Manhood play, a play acted in by William J. Le M ...

                                               

Esquimalt (disambiguation)

Esquimalt is a municipality in British Columbia. Esquimalt may also refer to: Esquimalt Royal Navy Dockyard or Esquimalt Station 1842–1905 CFB Esquimalt, a Canadian Forces naval base, originally the Royal Navys Pacific Station headquarters HMCS E ...

                                               

New Purchase

New Purchase can refer to any of several territories ceded by Native American tribes to Great Britain or the United States. New Purchase 1768 is the territory in Pennsylvania ceded by the Iroquois Confederacy to Great Britain by the Treaty of For ...

                                               

Poundmaker (disambiguation)

Poundmaker may refer to: Poundmaker Trail, Canadian highway from Edmonton, Alberta to North Battleford, Saskatchewan Poundmaker Cree Nation, Canadian Indian reserve and Treaty 6 First Nation located near Cut Knife, Saskatchewan Camp Poundmaker, a ...

                                               

Thomas OConnell

Thomas OConnell may refer to: Thomas OConnell Medal of Honor 1842–1899, American Civil War sailor Tommy OConnell Kilkenny hurler 1939–2019, Irish hurler Tom OConnell cricketer born 2000, Australian cricketer Tommy OConnell Cork hurler born 2000, ...

                                               

The Masque of the Red Death (disambiguation)

The Masque of the Red Death is an 1842 short story by Edgar Allan Poe. The Masque of the Red Death may also refer to: Masque of the Red Death 1989 film, a remake of the 1964 film Masque of the Red Death album, a 1988 anthology album by Diamanda G ...

                                               

Honesty (disambiguation)

Honest film, a 2000 film featuring members of All Saints Honesty, a publication of the late nineteenth century Melbourne Anarchist Club

                                               

A Day with the Cow Column in 1843

A Day with the Cow Column in 1843 is a text composed by Jesse Applegate describing his experience leading one of the parties of pioneers to the Oregon Country in the Pacific Northwest of North America in 1843. It was published in the first volume ...

                                               

Checkerboard Hill

Checkerboard Hill is a small hill in the northern part of the Kowloon peninsula in Hong Kong. Standing at 98 metres tall, Checkerboard Hill is located next to Kowloon Tsai Park and is not far from Lion Rock Country Park.

                                               

Camel Corps

Free French Camel Corps, a camel cavalry unit of the Free French forces under General Charles de Gaulle during World War II in Eastern Africa Mehariste, a camel mounted African unit in the French army Camel cavalry units in the Spanish, French, I ...

                                               

Jewish question (disambiguation)

The Jewish Question, also referred to as the Jewish problem, was a wide-ranging debate in 19th and 20th-century European society that pertained to the appropriate status and treatment of Jews. Jewish question may also refer to: On The Jewish Ques ...

                                               

Ngo Ho Tjiang

The Ngo Ho Tjiang Kongsi, sometimes spelled Ngo Houw Tjiang, was a powerful consortium that dominated the opium pacht or tax farm of the Residency of Batavia, Dutch East Indies in the early to mid-nineteenth century. The pacht was an outsourced t ...

                                               

Princess Alice

Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone 1883–1981, Princess Alice of Albany, granddaughter of Queen Victoria Princess Alice of the United Kingdom 1843–1878, third child and second daughter of Queen Victoria Princess Alice of Battenberg 1885–1969, gre ...

                                               

John C. White

John C. White could refer to: John Campbell White diplomat 1884–1967, American diplomat, US ambassador to Haiti and Peru, son of Henry White. John Campbell White Irish politician died 1923, High Sheriff of Belfast and Lord Mayor of Belfast, John ...

                                               

Venkata Rao

Venkata Rao or Venkatarao is the name of several people from India: Aluru Venkata Rao 1880–1964, Indian leader in the Karnataka Ekikarana movement Reddy Row, also known as Venkata Row, Diwan of Travancore 1817–21 and 1843–45. Venkata Ranga Rao 18 ...