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2011–12 Hellenic Football League

Premier Division featured 18 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with three new clubs: Henley Town, promoted from Division One East Holyport, promoted from Division One East Cheltenham Saracens, promoted from Division One West ...

                                               

2002–03 Hellenic Football League

The Premier Division featured 19 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with two new clubs, promoted from Division One West: Hook Norton Pewsey Vale

                                               

2003–04 Hellenic Football League

Premier Division featured 19 clubs which competed in the division last season, along with three new clubs: Slimbridge, promoted from Division One West Chipping Norton Town, promoted from Division One West Hungerford Town, resigned from the Isthmi ...

                                               

Bryan Chahuaylla

Bryan Christopher Chahuaylla Ccorimanya is a Peruvian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Peruvian Primera Division side Cusco FC.

                                               

Jose Rivera (footballer)

Rivera made his way through the youth ranks of Union Comercio and made his debut on 11 September 2016 against Cesar Vallejo. He played a total of 22 league games in the 2016 and 2017 seasons. From the 2018 season, he became a regular player. Afte ...

                                               

Jose Velasquez (footballer, born 1998)

Living far from Cusco - in Langui - Velasquez had to travel three and a half hours to get to training every day, close to nine hours of travlling daily. On 8 March 2017, Velasquez got his official debut for Real Garcilaso against Juan Aurich. He ...

                                               

Arz

Arz or ARZ may refer to: Arz river, in Brittany, peru Ile-dArz, an archipelago in Brittany, France Arizona Diamondbacks of Major League Baseball Russian language acronym for Авиаремонтного завода Aircraft Repair Factory Arizona Cardinals of the N ...

                                               

Sharna Jackson

Sharna Jackson is a British writer of childrens fiction. She is the author of a mystery series, aimed at middle-grade readers, featuring Nik and Norva, a pair of black sisters, who solve crimes on an estate, the Tri estate, in South London.

                                               

Police union

The Canadian Police Association is a Canadian advocacy organization for police officers, with membership of over 60.000 police personnel serving in 160 police services across Canada. There are 27 regional chapters at municipal, provincial, and fe ...

                                               

Thresher

Thresher may refer to: Threshing machine or thresher, a device that first separates the head of a stalk of grain from the straw, and then further separates the kernel from the rest of the head Pedal powered thresher, a low-tech threshing machine ...

                                               

Gray House

by state, then city David Gray House, Andover, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Bowman Gray House, known also as Rock House Roaring Gap, North Carolina, NRHP-listed John Gray House Port Matilda, Pennsylvania, listed on the NRHP in Centre County, Pennsy ...

                                               

High Level Bridge (disambiguation)

High Level Bridge is a road and railway bridge over the River Tyne between Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead, in North East England. High Level Bridge may also refer to: Robert H. Mollohan-Jefferson Street Bridge, locally known as the High Level ...

                                               

Kincaid House

Kincaid House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Kincaid House Speedwell, Tennessee, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Claiborne County, Tennessee Gray-Kincaid House, Crosby, Arkansas, listed on the National ...

                                               

Galleria Mall

Galleria Mall may refer to a variety of shopping malls, including: CambridgeSide Galleria, Cambridge, Massachusetts The Galleria, Houston, Texas Stonestown Galleria, San Francisco, California Westfield Galleria at Roseville, California Silver Cit ...

                                               

Barnstormer

Barnstormer, Barnstormers or The Barnstormer may refer to: Barnstormer ride, a thrill ride at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, U.S. Lancaster Barnstormers, a professional baseball team from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, U.S. Iowa Barnstormers, a ...

                                               

Stephens House

Stephens House may refer to: Knapp-Stephens House, New Hebron, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Lawrence County Price-Stephens House, New Hebron, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Lawrence County James B. Stephens House, Portland, Oregon, NRHP ...

                                               

1935 Austin Kangaroos football team

The 1935 Austin Kangaroos football team was an American football team represented Austin College as a member of the Texas Conference during the 1935 college football season. Led by Bill Pierce in his first season as head coach, the team compiled ...

                                               

Burlington station

Burlington Station or Burlington Depot may refer to: In Canada Burlington GO Station, Ontario In the United States Burlington Depot Bellevue, Nebraska, formerly listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Sarpy County, Nebraska Burlingt ...

                                               

Milenko Bogicevic

Milenko "Mikica" Bogicevic is a Serbian professional basketball coach. He currently serves as an assistant coach for Crvena zvezda of the ABA League and the EuroLeague.

                                               

Brett Olson

Brett Olson born 1980, American basketball forward with the 2002–03 Kansas Jayhawks mens basketball team Brett Olson ice hockey born 1987, American professional ice hockey forward Brett Olson born 1992, American basketball guard with the 2011–12, ...

                                               

Duquesne Dukes mens basketball statistical leaders

The Duquesne Dukes mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Duquesne Dukes mens basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. Within those areas, the lists ...

                                               

Charles Ramsey

Charles Ramsey may refer to: Charles Ramsey Royal Navy officer 1882–1966, British admiral Charles Ramsey basketball born 1961, head coach of the Eastern Michigan Eagles mens basketball team from 2005–2011 Charles H. Ramsey born 1950, Former Phila ...

                                               

Mayday (Coldrain song)

"Mayday" is a song by Japanese rock band Coldrain. It is the fifth single from their sixth studio album The Side Effects, produced by Michael Baskette, written by Masato Hayakawa and was released on 2 November 2019. "Mayday" features Ryo Kinoshit ...

                                               

Irish Law (mountain)

Irish Law is a mountain located in North Ayrshire, Scotland near the town of Largs. It has an elevation of 484 metres and a prominence of 80 metres, meaning it is categorised as a TuMP. It has a complex geology, consisting of igneous rocks and ve ...

                                               

Pleasant Hill School

Pleasant Hill School may refer to: In Canada Pleasant Hill, Saskatoon#Education In the United States College Park High School Pleasant Hill, California - a high school in Mount Diablo Unified School District and in Pleasant Hill, Contra Costa Cou ...

                                               

Bungalow 702

Bungalow 702 is a heritage-listed house at Lam Lok Loh, Drumsite, Christmas Island, Australia. It was added to the Australian Commonwealth Heritage List on 22 June 2004.

                                               

Yunlong

Yunlong may refer to: Yunlong District, Xuzhou, Jiangsu Yunlong County, Dali Prefecture, Yunnan Luzhou Yunlong Airport, in Yunlong Town Towns Yunlong, Lu County zh, subdivision of Lu County, Sichuan Yunlong, Chongqing zh, subdivision of Liangping ...

                                               

Sports Team (band)

Sports Team are an English alternative rock band, who met whilst studying at Cambridge University. Now based in London, the band consists of lead vocalist Alex Rice, rhythm guitarist and vocalist Rob Knaggs, lead guitarist Henry Young, bassist Ol ...

                                               

Niner

Niner or Niners may refer to: Niners, nickname for BV Chemnitz 99, a German basketball club Niners, a name for fans of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine derived from the baseball team 29er disambiguation Niner, the pronunciation of the number nine in th ...

                                               

CP3

Chris Paul born 1985, American professional basketball player playing for the Oklahoma City Thunder Candace Parker born 1986, American professional basketball player playing for the Los Angeles Sparks

                                               

Acehnese cuisine

Acehnese cuisine is the cuisine of the Acehnese people of Aceh in Sumatra, Indonesia. This cuisine is popular and widely known in Indonesia. Arab, Persian, and Indian traders influenced food in Aceh although flavours have changed a lot their orig ...

                                               

Mameigwess Lake (south Kenora District)

Mameigwess Lake is lake in the south of the Unorganized Part of Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. The lake is in the Hudson Bay drainage basin. The lake is 14 kilometres 8.7 mi long and 8 kilometres 5.0 mi wide, and lies at an elev ...

                                               

USC Basketball

USC Basketball may refer to: South Carolina Gamecocks mens basketball, the collegiate mens basketball program of the University of South Carolina often referred to as "SC" or "USC" in athletics USC Trojans womens basketball, the collegiate womens ...

                                               

Big 12 Now

Big 12 Now is a streaming portal on the ESPN+ streaming service that handles the third-tier television rights for eight of the ten teams in the Big 12 Conference, with the exception of Oklahoma and Texas. Through 2024–25, numerous home athletics ...

                                               

Vermont Catamounts mens basketball statistical leaders

The Vermont Catamounts mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Vermont Catamounts mens basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, and steals. Within ...

                                               

Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone

The Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, also known as Free Capitol Hill, the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest, or the Capitol Hill Organized Protest, was an occupation protest and self-declared autonomous zone in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, ...

                                               

Capitol Hill (disambiguation)

Capitol Hill, Calgary, a neighborhood in Calgary, Alberta Capitol Hill Music, a Canadian record label Capitol Hill, Burnaby, a hill and neighborhood in Burnaby, British Columbia

                                               

Whitehawk (disambiguation)

Whitehawk or similar terms may refer to: Whitehawk, a suburb of Brighton, England, and Whitehawk Hill, a hill that the suburb lies alongside Whitehawk F.C., a football club based there Whitehawk Camp, a Neolithic site on Whitehawk Hill Whitehawk ...

                                               

Grace Methodist Episcopal Church

Grace Methodist Episcopal Church may refer to: Grace United Methodist Church Wilmington, Delaware, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP in Wilmington, Delaware Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, Harrisburg, PA., the first church ...

                                               

Walnut Street Historic District

Walnut Street Historic District may refer to: in the United States by state Walnut Street Historic District Chaska, Minnesota, listed on the NRHP in Carver County, Minnesota Walnut Street Warehouse and Commercial Historic District, Kansas City, M ...

                                               

Fred Keating (magician)

Keating was born in New York City, the son of Frederick Keating Senior, a lawyer, and Camille Serrano, a singer. He was of Irish-Spanish heritage. His parents divorced when he was young. He became interested in magic from an early age. He became ...

                                               

Nccc

Nccc may refer to: New Creation Christian Community North Country Community College Northamptonshire County Cricket Club Niagara County Community College Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club National COVID-19 Coordination Commission, a commission ...

                                               

West High School

West High School may refer to: West Bend West High School, West Bend, Wisconsin West High School Knoxville, Tennessee Wilson Magnet High School, formerly West High School, Rochester, New York Parkway West High School Ballwin, Missouri Montreal We ...

                                               

Devon Militia

The Devon Militia was a part-time military force in the maritime county of Devonshire in the West of England. From their formal organisation as Trained Bands in 1558 until their final service as a Special Reserve unit of the Devonshire Regiment i ...

                                               

Witcombe Festival

Witcombe Festival is an annual music festival held in Brockworth in Gloucestershire, UK over the August Bank Holiday weekend. Previously known as Witcombe Cider Festival the festival dropped the word cider from the title to be become Witcombe Fes ...

                                               

Bettws

Betws, Carmarthenshire electoral ward Betws Gwerfil Goch, Denbighshire, Wales Betws Ifan, Ceredigion, Wales Bettws-y-Crwyn, Shropshire, England Betws Diserth, Radnorshire, Wales Bettws Cedewain, Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales Bettws, Newport, Wale ...

                                               

South Devon Militia

The South Devon Militia was a part-time military unit in the maritime county of Devonshire in the West of England. The Militia had always been important in the county, which was vulnerable to invasion, and from its formal creation in 1758 the reg ...

                                               

Boris Zernikow

Boris Zernikow is a German paediatrician who works in the field of pain therapy and palliative medicine. He holds the chair for child pain therapy and pediatric palliative medicine at the Witten/Herdecke University as well as chief physician at t ...

                                               

Ariela Gross

Ariela Julie Gross is an American historian. She is the John B. and Alice R. Sharp Professor of Law and History at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.

                                               

Paul E. Turner

Paul E. Turner is an American evolutionary biologist and virologist, the Rachel Carson Professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at Yale University, and a faculty member in microbiology at the Yale School of Medicine. His research focuses on ...