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Kronig

Kronig or Kronig may refer to: People: Alfred Kronig born 1928, Swiss cross country skier who competed in the 1950s Ralph Kronig 1904–1995, German-American physicist noted for the discovery of particle spin and his theory of x-ray absorption spec ...

                                               

Li Yuan (disambiguation)

Li Yuan is the personal name of Emperor Gaozu of Tang, founder of the Tang dynasty. Li Yuan or Yuan Li may also refer to: People surnamed Li Li Yuan Chu 李園, prime minister of Chu during the Warring States period Hsiao Yeh born 1951, born Li Yua ...

                                               

VEB

VEB may stand for: Vnesheconombank Russian: Внешэкономбанк, ВЭБ, the state-owned Russian Development Bank Venezuelan bolivar, currency of Venezuela between 1879 and 2007, ISO 4217 code VEB Venturing and Emerging Brands, a division of Coca-Cola Vo ...

                                               

Bill Jennings

Bill or Billy Jennings may refer to: Bill Jennings NASCAR, active in 1953 Bill Jennings American football 1918–2002, head coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers, 1957–1961 Billy Jennings Welsh footballer 1893–1968, Bolton Wanderers and Wales internati ...

                                               

Lee Wilson Dodd

Lee Wilson Dodd was a playwright, poet, and novelist. Several of his plays were made into films. He also wrote short stories and poems as well as reviews. He was also a professor. Dodd was born in Franklin, Pennsylvania. He began his career as a ...

                                               

Charles J. DeLand

In 1905, DeLand was admitted to the bar. DeLand served as chair of Jackson County Republican Party from 1906 to 1910. DeLand served as a delegate to the Michigan state constitutional convention representing the 10th District from 1907 to 1908. On ...

                                               

Noodle (disambiguation)

Noodles Hahn Frank George Hahn, 1879–1960, American Major League Baseball player Noodles, Masta Killa, born 1969, a member of the musical group Wu-Tang Clan Noodles musician, Kevin John Wasserman, born 1963 an American guitarist and member of the ...

                                               

Snake charmer (disambiguation)

Snake Charmer EP, an EP by Jah Wobble, The Edge and Holger Czukay "Snake Charmer" song, by Panjabi MC Snakecharmer, a band and their eponymous debut album headed by Micky Moody "Snakecharmer", a song by the band Rage Against The Machine from the ...

                                               

Raymond Renefer

Raymond Renefer, pseudonym of Jean-Constant-Raymond Fontanet, born in Betheny near Reims on the 2nd of June 1879 and deceased on the 14th of October of 1957 in Andresy near Paris, was a French painter, illustrator and engraver artist.

                                               

Somasundara Bharathiar

Somasundara Bharathiar is Tamil researcher, writer, professor and lawyer. He has participated in Anti-Hindi agitations of Tamil Nadu. He also headed the abolition of untouchability movement in Madurai.

                                               

Muhammad Siddique Musafir

Muhammad Siddique Musafir was an educationist, writer, poet, translator and Journalist of Sindh, Pakistan. He served as an editor of famous Sindhi language magazine "Akhbar-e-Taleem" for 18 years. His poems were part of school curriculum for many ...

                                               

Berry and Co.

Berry and Co. is a 1921 collection of comic short stories by the English author Dornford Yates, his third book, featuring his recurring characters Bertram Pleydell, his wife and cousin Daphne Pleydell, Daphnes brother Boy Pleydell, another cousin ...

                                               

Old Joe

Old Joe may refer to: Old Joe Breaking Bad, a character in the TV series Breaking Bad 10515 Old Joe, an asteroid Old Joe, a minor character in Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carols Ghost of Christmas Future sequence; a fence who buys the bel ...

                                               

Eye for an Eye (disambiguation)

An eye for an eye is a quotation from Exodus 21:23–27, expressing a principle of retributive justice. Eye for an Eye, An Eye for an Eye, or Eye for Eye may also refer to:

                                               

Wenceslao Benitez Inglott

He was born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on 30 April 1879, son of the lawyer Eduardo Benitez Gonzalez and of Maria del Pino Inglott Navarro. After studying in the Colegio de San Agustin he enrolled in the Naval Military Academy Spain in 1893. In ...

                                               

Old Town Hall, Kensington

The building was commissioned to replace a mid-19th-century vestry hall in Kensington High Street, which had been designed by Benjamin Broadbridge in the Tudor style and which had become inadequate for the councils needs. The new building, which ...

                                               

Umbrella (disambiguation)

The Umbrella film The Umbrellas Renoir, 1880s Umbrella Entertainment, a company in Australia whose DVDs were distributed by Madman Entertainment Umbrella newsletter, an American newsletter on artists books Umbrella Corporation, the fictional corp ...

                                               

James Peter Obeyesekere I

James Peter Obeyesekere I was a Ceylonese legislator. He was a unofficial member the Legislative Council of Ceylon representing the Sinhalese until his early death in 1880. James Peter Obeyesekere was born the eldest son of Don Bastian Ferdinandu ...

                                               

Alex Young

Alex Young may refer to: Alex Young baseball, American baseball player Alex Young footballer, born 1937 1937–2017, known as "The Golden Vision", Scottish international footballer who played for Hearts and Everton Alex Young This World Fair, music ...

                                               

Kikeriki

It was founded in 1861 by Ottokar Franz Ebersberg, a journalist and playwright who wrote under the pseudonym O. F. Berg. The paper was successful and popular until the time of the First Republic. In the best times the circulation was 25.000 copie ...

                                               

Caxias

Caxias River, a river of Maranhão state in northeastern Brazil Caxias Maranhão Duque de Caxias, Rio de Janeiro Caxias do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul

                                               

Ernestina

Ernestina Edem Appiah, a Ghanaian social entrepreneur Ernestina Cravello 1880-1942, Italian-American anarcha-feminist Clodoaldo de Oliveira, a Brazilian footballer

                                               

Duque de Caxias (disambiguation)

Duque de Caxias may refer to: Duque de Caxias, Rio de Janeiro, a city in the state of Rio de Janeiro in southeastern Brazil Duque de Caxias U-11, a Brazilian Navy transport ship; the former USS Orizaba Duque de Caxias Futebol Clube, a Brazilian f ...

                                               

Siksik Mosque

Siksik Mosque was constructed in the 1880s by the prominent Jaffas Siksik family. Mahmoud Yazbak names Hajj Abd alQadir al-Siksik as the principal founder of the mosque. It was built on the land of Siksik family’s orchard on the Jaffa Jerusalem r ...

                                               

Antonio Diaz

Antonio Diaz de Cardoso 16th century, Portuguese conquistador Antonio Diaz karateka born 1980, Venezuelan karateka Antonio Diaz Soto y Gama 1880–1967, Mexican politician and revolutionary Antonio Diaz footballer 1969–2013, Spanish footballer Anto ...

                                               

Livadia

Livadia can refer to: Livadiya, Crimea Лівадія or Ливадия, a suburb of Yalta, Crimea Livadia Palace, Livadia, Crimea Livadia, Famagusta, a village in Cyprus Livadeia Λιβαδειά, a city in Boeotia, Greece Livadia, Tilos, a settlement on the island o ...

                                               

Pierre Gillou

Pierre Gillou was a French tennis player, captain and administrator. Gillou was the manager and non-playing captain of the French Davis Cup team, consisting of Jean Borotra, Jacques Brugnon, Henri Cochet and Rene Lacoste, collectively known as th ...

                                               

Mazie

Mazie may refer to: Mazie, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Mazie, the first live mascot died 1929 of the New Hampshire Wildcats Mazie, Oklahoma, a census-designated place

                                               

Priyamvada Singh

Priyamvada Singh is an Indian fort restorer in India. She returned to her ancestral home and used the skills of the local community to restore the fort near Bhilwara. Her use of local skills and workers won her the Nari Shakti Puraskar from the I ...

                                               

Charles de Gaulle (disambiguation)

Charles de Gaulle poet 1837–1880, poet and pioneer of pan-Celticism, uncle of the statesman Charles de Gaulle born 1948, former member of the European Parliament, grandson of the statesman

                                               

Duke Hayward

Duke Hayward was a British cinematographer who worked in Hollywood during the silent era. His career was cut short by his untimely death in 1918 at the age of 38.

                                               

David Garret Kerr

David Garret Kerr was an American mining engineer. He graduated Lehigh University in 1884. He worked for Carnegie Steel, and its successor, U.S. Steel, for his entire working life. He rose from lab technician to Vice President. Kerr is considered ...

                                               

Swiss Miss (disambiguation)

Swiss Miss is a brand of ConAgra Foods, Inc. Swiss Miss may also refer to: "Swiss Miss", a villain from Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark Martina Hingis born 1980, retired professional tennis player from Switzerland An episode of the animated TV seri ...

                                               

Boer War (disambiguation)

"The Boer War usually refers to the Second Boer War, fought between the United Kingdom and the Boers of the Transvaal Republic and the Orange Free State. It may also refer to: First Boer War 1880–1881, fought between the United Kingdom and the Bo ...

                                               

Late Love

Late Love is a 1943 German historical drama film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Paula Wessely, Attila Horbiger and Inge List. The films sets were designed by the art director Werner Schlichting.

                                               

Robert E. Lee Chancey

Robert E. Lee Chancey was an American politician. He was mayor of Tampa, Florida. He was a member of the White Municipal Party. He was born in Pierce County, Georgia. He married and had two sons. One was killed in am automobile accident leaving W ...

                                               

Barbara Blackman ONeil

Barbara Blackman ONeil was an American suffrage leader in St. Louis, Missouri. She was born in 1880. Her father was George Blackman. She attended Washington University, where she studied art. ONeil was elected the second president of the Equal Su ...

                                               

Marchen

Marchen is the German diminutive of the obsolete German word Mar, meaning "news, tale". It may refer to: The Russian composer Nikolai Medtner wrote many examples for solo piano 1880–1951, his original Russian title for the pieces Skazki is often ...

                                               

The Daily Journal (Fergus Falls)

The Daily Journal is an American, English language daily newspaper headquartered in Fergus Falls, Otter Tail County, Minnesota. It was founded in 1873. Publishing Tuesday through Saturday, it is one of 24 newspapers currently published at least f ...

                                               

French Hospital

French Hospital may refer to: in Argentina French Hospital, Buenos Aires, near the Plaza Miserere Buenos Aires Metro in England French Hospital La Providence, formerly in London; now located in Rochester, Kent, it provides almshouse accommodation ...

                                               

The Sunday Morning Star

The Sunday Morning Star, also commonly known as The Sunday Star, was a weekly newspaper in Wilmington, Delaware from 1881 to 1954. It carried three official titles in its 74 years: The Sunday Morning Star from 1881 to 1949, The Sunday Star from 1 ...

                                               

Fred Robinson

Fred Robinson may refer to: Fred Norris Robinson 1871–1966, American Celticist and scholar of Geoffrey Chaucer Abu Talib musician 1939–2009, American blues and jazz musician, born Fred Leroy Robinson and known in his early career as Freddie Robin ...

                                               

Pat OConnor

Pat OConnor rugby player born 1985, former Australian rugby union player for the Western Force and Waratahs Pat OConnor wrestler 1924–1990, wrestler from New Zealand Pat OConnor hurler born 1965, Irish retired hurler Pat OConnor Scottish football ...

                                               

Else Pappenheim

Else Pappenheim came from a traditional Jewish family of doctors. Her mother Edith Goldschmidt 1883-1942 - a granddaughter of the founder of the first female high school in Leipzig, Henriette Goldschmidt - could not escape the persecution of Jews ...

                                               

Serbian Radical Party (disambiguation)

The Serbian Radical Party is a Serbian nationalist party in Serbia. It may also refer to: Historical parties Serbian Radical Party, Serb minority party in Croatia active between 1992 and 1997. Serb Peoples Radical Party, Serb minority party in Au ...

                                               

Robert Muller (disambiguation)

Robert Muller was a Belgian-French United Nations civil servant. Robert Muller, Mueller or Muller may also refer to: Robert Enrique Muller 1881–1921, official photographer for the United States Navy Robert Muller screenwriter 1925–1998, German-bo ...

                                               

GRG

GRG or variant thereof, may refer to: GRG Banking, a Chinese corporation manufacturing ATMs Global Restructuring Group, a division of Royal Bank of Scotland Gerontology Research Group GRG Gathorne Robert Girdlestone 1881–1950, British surgeon Geo ...

                                               

42nd Regiment

42 Engineer Regiment Geographic, a unit of the British Army Royal Engineers 42nd Regiment of Foot, a unit of the British Army up to 1881, known as the "Black Watch" 42nd Deoli Regiment, an infantry regiment of the British Indian Army 42nd Royal T ...

                                               

Petar Kunchev

Petar Ivanov Kunchev, was a Bulgarian revolutionary,brother of Vasil Levski. He was the youngest son in the family of Ivan and Gina Kunchevi. Kunchev was acting participant in the Bulgarian National Liberation Movement. Petar leaves Karlovo,with ...

                                               

Rilski

Rilski may refer to: Neofit Rilski 1793-1881, the Neophyte of Rila, Bulgarian monk and teacher BC Rilski Sportist, Bulgarian basketball club Rilski Manastir, also Rila Monastery, the monastery of Saint John of Rila, in Bulgaria South-West Univers ...