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IJC

IJC may refer to: International Jewish Correspondence, a pen pals organization. International Journal of the Commons, "an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed open-access journal" Intermediate Joint Command Infant Jesus Convent, a secondary school for ...

                                               

Vpered (disambiguation)

Vpered meaning "forward" or "advance") was a faction of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party gathered by Alexander Bogdanov in 1909. Vpered or Vperyod may also refer to: Vpered! 1873 Вперед, a political journal founded by the Russian populi ...

                                               

Grade II listed buildings in Brighton and Hove: S

As of February 2001, there were 1.124 listed buildings with Grade II status in the English city of Brighton and Hove. The total at 2009 was similar. The city, on the English Channel coast approximately 52 miles south of London, was formed as a un ...

                                               

Larry Johnson

Larry Johnson basketball, born 1954, American basketball player Larry Johnson basketball, born 1969, American basketball player nicknamed "Grandmama"

                                               

Robert Wolfe (disambiguation)

Robert Wolfe was a senior archivist of the US National Archives and expert on captured German war documents. Robert Wolfe may also refer to: Robert F. Wolfe died 1927, newspaper founder Bob Wolfe American football born 1946, head football coach R ...

                                               

Annales

Annals Tacitus Ab excessu divi Augusti "Following the death of the divine Augustus" Annales du Museum national dhistoire naturelle, Paris, France. Published 1802 to 1813, then became the Memoires then the Nouvelles Annales Annales regni Francorum ...

                                               

Logan Square station (CTA Logan Square branch)

Logan Square was an elevated station on the Chicago Transit Authoritys L system, serving the Logan Square branch and the Logan Square neighborhood.

                                               

Farmers Daughter

A farmers daughter is a stock character who is a desirable and naive young woman. The Farmers Daughter or Farmers Daughter may also refer to: The Farmers Daughter 1913 film Farmers Daughters, a 1973 hardcore pornography film "Farmers Daughter" Ro ...

                                               

Mohammad Hussain

Mohammad or Muhammad Hussain may refer to: Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah 1935–2010, a Lebanese Twelver Shia Muslim Grand Ayatollah Muhammad Hussain Janjua 1949–1971, Pakistani soldier awarded the Nishan-e-Haider Mohammad Hussain Sarahang, Afghan mus ...

                                               

Patriarch Matthew

Patriarch Matthew may refer to: Patriarch Matthew I of Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople in 1397–1410, with a brief interruption in 1402–03 Patriarch Matthew of Alexandria, Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria in 1746–1766 ...

                                               

ARF

Acute renal failure Acute rheumatic fever p14arf or ARF tumor suppressor Atomic Resonance Filter or atomic line filter Auxin Response Factors in plants ADP ribosylation factor, a small GTP-binding protein Argon fluoride laser or ArF laser The Arf ...

                                               

The Independents

The Independents may refer to: The Independents band, an American horror-punk/ska band formed in Florence, South Carolina The Independents Liechtenstein Die Unabhangigen, a political grouping in Lichtenstein The Independents Austria, a defunct po ...

                                               

Taro (disambiguation)

Taro department, a former administrative division of the First French Empire in present Italy, named after the Taro River Taro river, a river in northern Italy Tarō, Iwate, Japan 田老町, former town in Shimohei District, Iwate Prefecture now part ...

                                               

HMU

Hainan Medical University, in Haikou, Hainan, China Hellenic Mediteranian University, in Crete, Greece Harbin Medical University, in Heilongjiang, China Hebei Medical University, in Hebei, China Hawler Medical University, in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdista ...

                                               

D55

D55 may refer to: roads in various countries D55 motorway Czech Republic, a motorway in the Czech Republic D55 road Nord, a "departementale" road in Nord departement in France D55 road Croatia, a state route in Croatia HMS Finisterre D55, a Battl ...

                                               

Oriente

Oriente, Italian and Spanish language for east, may refer to: Oriente, San Juan, Puerto Rico, a barrio El Oriente, an expansion pack for Uncharted Waters Online Oriente Lisbon Metro, Portugal, a train station Oriente Province, a region of Cuba be ...

                                               

Al-Layth ibn al-Fadl

Al-Layth ibn al-Fadl al-Abiwardi was a provincial governor for the Abbasid Caliphate, serving in Egypt and Sistan.

                                               

Richard Best

Richard Best may refer to: Richard Best judge 1869–1939, Irish barrister, Unionist politician, and Lord of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Northern Ireland Dick Best born 1954, British rugby union coach and journalist Richard Best diplomat 1933–20 ...

                                               

Vittore Ugo Righi

Vittore Ugo Righi was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who served in the diplomatic service of the Holy See. He became an archbishop in 1963 and led the offices representing the Holy See in Paraguay and Iran.

                                               

ODonnell House (Ireland)

O’Donnell House was erected in Drumcondra in honour of the memory of Fr. Thomas ODonnell, who served as President of All Hallows College from 1920 to 1948, and is now a part of the expanded campus of Dublin City University. It was originally part ...

                                               

1930 in Italy

21 November: A flying boat airliner I-RONY, operating on a passenger flight for Società Anonima Navigazione Aerea SANA, disappears over the Mediterranean Sea during a flight from Barcelona, Spain, to Marseilles, France; all six people on board ar ...

                                               

Michael Stern

Michael Stern may refer to: Michael Stern journalist 1910–2009, American journalist and philanthropist Michael Stern conductor born 1959, American musician Michael Stern real estate developer born 1979, American real estate developer Michael Ster ...

                                               

Charlie Phillips

Charlie Phillips may refer to: Charlie Phillips footballer 1910–1969, Welsh international footballer Charlie Phillips ice hockey 1917–2005, Canadian ice hockey defenceman Charlie Phillips American football born 1952, retired American football saf ...

                                               

Government of Korea

Government of Korea may refer to: Government of North Korea, the modern government which controls the northern portion of Korean peninsula Government of South Korea, the modern government which controls the southern portion of the Korean peninsul ...

                                               

Carlos Pereira

Carlos Pereira may refer to: Carlos Pereira footballer, born 1962, Portuguese football right back Carlos Alberto Pereira da Silva Uranio Pereira, born 1977, Brazilian footballer Carlinhos footballer, born November 1986 Carlos Emiliano Pereira, Br ...

                                               

Grunwald

Grunwald may refer to: Grunwald, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, a village near the site of the battle Grunwald, a sanatorium in Sokolowsko, Poland Grunwald, Lodz Voivodeship, a village in central Poland Battle of Grunwald, a decisive battle fought ...

                                               

Torrens

Torrens Bridge, a bridge over the Rosario River in Hormigueros municipality, Puerto Rico

                                               

Boris Kamenka

Boris Abramovich Kamenka was a Russian entrepreneur and banker in the Russian Empire. He was one of the richest people in Russia before the Russian Revolution. He joined the board of the Azov-Don Bank in 1894. In 1903 when the bank moved from Tag ...

                                               

Womens Sick and Wounded Convoy Corps

Womens Sick and Wounded Convoy Corps was a British womens medical organization established in 1910 by Mabel St Clair Stobart. The WSWCC would be entirely female. Most of the initial members of the corps came from First Aid Nursing Yeomanry that S ...

                                               

List of works by Dornford Yates

Dornford Yates was the pseudonym of the English novelist Cecil William Mercer, whose novels and short stories, some humorous, some serious thrillers, were best-sellers in the period between the First and Second World Wars. The categorization of Y ...

                                               

Roser Rahola dEspona

DEspona was the daughter of the lawyer Baldiri Rahona i Llorens and cousin of the politician and member of the Regionalist League of Catalonia Pedro Rahola. She was awarded the Creu de Sant Jordi in 1994 for her work on educative materials teachi ...

                                               

Anguiano (surname)

Anguiano is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Raul Anguiano 1915–2006, Mexican painter Carlos Anguiano born 1999, American professional soccer player Humberto Anguiano born 1910, date of death unknown, Mexican modern pentathlete ...

                                               

Harold Smith

Harold Jacob Smith 1912–1970, American screenwriter Harold Smith musician, British jazz drummer on the album Big Blues Harold Smith Twin Peaks, fictional television character Harold J. Smith 1912–1980, TV actor better known as Jay Silverheels

                                               

Winifred Jones (Suffragette)

Winifred Jones was a Suffragette who stayed at Eagle House following her imprisonment as a result of her actions in support of Votes for Women.

                                               

Keith Hall

Keith Hall may refer to: Keith Hall politician born 1959, member of the Kentucky House of Representatives Keith Hall/Keith Catholic, a school merged into Lowell Catholic High School Keith Clifford Hall 1910–1964, British optician, pioneer of cont ...

                                               

The Beloved Traitor

The Beloved Traitor is a 1918 American silent drama film directed by William Worthington and starring Mae Marsh, E.K. Lincoln and Hedda Hopper. The films sets were designed by the art director Hugo Ballin.

                                               

Adelita

Adelita or Adelitas may refer to: Adelita, the alias of Luisa Espina, a fictional revolutionary who plays a pivotal role in Mayans M.C. Adelita, a classical guitar piece by Spanish composer Francisco Tarrega Adelitas Way, a music group from Las V ...

                                               

Milkshake machine

Not to be confused with a mixer appliance, which may also be called a "stand mixer". Not to be confused with a drink mixer, which is something mixed with liquor to make a mixed drink. A milkshake machine or drink mixer is a kind of countertop ele ...

                                               

Second Amendment (disambiguation)

Second Amendment may refer to: Florida Amendment 2 2008, an amendment to the Constitution of Florida that prohibited same-sex marriage. Second Amendment of the Constitution of South Africa, which made various technical changes Colorado Amendment ...

                                               

Patrick Brett

Patrick John Brett was an English first-class cricketer. Brett was born in South Africa at Johannesburg in April 1910. He was educated in England at Winchester College, before going up to Trinity College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he play ...

                                               

Bob Baker

Bob Baker or Bobby Baker may refer to: Bob Baker scriptwriter born 1939, British television and film writer Bobby Baker performance artist born 1950, English performance artist Bob Baker politician 1917–1985, Australian politician Bob Baker ice h ...

                                               

Richard Snyder

Richard Snyder may refer to: Richard A. Snyder 1910–1978, Republican member of the Pennsylvania State Senate Charles R. Snyder, Charles Richard "Rick" Snyder 1944–2006, American psychologist USCGC Richard Snyder WPC-1127, a Coast Guard cutter Ric ...

                                               

Temple of Elijah the Prophet

The Church in the name of the Prophet of God Elijah is an Orthodox Church in the name of the Prophet of God Elijah. This an architectural monument built in 1892 year. The Church has same style as the Vernensky Cathedral.

                                               

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (disambiguation)

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a fantasy novel written by L. Frank Baum. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz may also refer to: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 1986 TV series, a Japanese anime adaptation of four of Baums books The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 1975 fi ...

                                               

Agitator (disambiguation)

An agitator is a person that actively supports some ideology or movement with speeches and especially actions. Agitator may also refer to: Agitator device, a mechanism to put something into motion by shaking or stirring Agitator film, a 2001 Japa ...

                                               

Bank of Montreal Building (Toronto)

The Bank of Montreal Building was a 16-storey office tower located at the northwest corner of King Street and Bay Street in Toronto, Ontario. It was the secondary headquarters of the Bank of Montreal after its head office in Montreal. Architects ...

                                               

UPLB Museum of Natural History

The UPLB Museum of Natural History is a natural science and natural history museum within the University of the Philippines Los Banos campus in Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines.

                                               

David Copperfield (disambiguation)

David Copperfield is a novel by Charles Dickens. David Copperfield may also refer to: David Copperfield illusionist born 1956, American illusionist and stage magician PC David Copperfield, British police officer and author David Copperfield comed ...

                                               

Mandrake (disambiguation)

Mandragora caulescens, Himalayan mandrake Mandragora genus, a genus in the family Solanaceae, including Mandragora officinarum, mandrake or Mediterranean mandrake Mandragora autumnalis, mandrake or autumn mandrake considered by some sources to be ...

                                               

Starfish (disambiguation)

Starfish, a novel by Peter Watts Starfish Nocturnals, a fictional character in the comic book Nocturnals