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D62

D62 may refer to: HMS Wild Swan D62, a 1919 British Royal Navy V and W class of destroyer HMS Jutland D62, a 1946 British Royal Navy Battle-class fleet destroyer D62 road Croatia, a state road INS Mumbai, a 1995 Indian Navy Delhi-class destroyer ...

                                               

Slovak Republic (disambiguation)

Following states have had Slovak Republic in their name: Slovakia, a current state that gained independence by dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993, sometimes also called the Second Slovak Republic Slovak Socialist Republic, a federal republic w ...

                                               

National Bloc

National Bloc can refer to: National Bloc Mandatory Palestine al-Qutla al-Wataniyya was a Nablus-based party established in 1935 in the Palestine by Abd al-Latif Salah National Bloc Syria National Bloc Egypt an Egyptian political party National B ...

                                               

Estonian Association of Journalists

Estonian Association of Journalists is an Estonian association which unites professional journalist and media workers in Estonia. EAL aims "to uphold, develop and value Estonian journalistic culture and advance the creative possibilities of its m ...

                                               

John Thurston

John Thurston may refer to: John Mellen Thurston 1847–1916, Republican United States Senator from Nebraska John Thurston artist 1774–1822, British wood-engraver and illustrator John Thurston inventor fl. 1799–1850s, British furniture maker and th ...

                                               

German Republic

The German Republic or Republic of Germany can refer to: The Federal Republic of Germany West Germany, also called the Bonn Republic, the contemporary German state between 1949 and 1990 The German Democratic Republic East Germany, the Soviet sate ...

                                               

Amala

Amala Shankar born 1919, Indian dancer Amala and Kamala, two girls discovered in 1920 who were allegedly raised by wolves in India Amala actress, South Indian actress Amala Rose Kurian, Indian actress who has appeared in Malayalam films and telev ...

                                               

Morristown

Morristown may refer to: Places In Canada Morristown, Nova Scotia disambiguation Morice Town, a part of Devonport in England that has now been subsumed within the city of Plymouth In the United Kingdom Morristown, Minnesota Morristown, Vermont Mo ...

                                               

Eric Wright

Eric Wright may refer to: Eric Lynn Wright 1964–1995, better known as Eazy-E, American rapper, producer, and record executive Eric Wright born 1964–1995, American rapper, Eazy-E Eric Wright cornerback, born 1959, American football cornerback Eric ...

                                               

Asiatic Cavalry Division

The Asiatic Cavalry Division was White Army cavalry division during the Russian Civil War. It was formed as the Asiatic Brigade on 28 May 1919 in Transbaikal by Baron Roman von Ungern-Sternberg from the remnants of the disbanded Native Horse Corp ...

                                               

Western Star

Western Star or The Western Star may refer to: Western Star butter, an Australian brand of butter produced by Fonterra The Western Star Bessemer, Alabama, a weekly newspaper published in Bessemer, Alabama The Western Star Corner Brook, a newspape ...

                                               

Sunnyside

Sunnyside Records, a New York City jazz record label Sunnyside American TV series, an American TV series that premiered in September 2019 Sunnyside Farm TV series, a British TV series Sunnyside film, a 1919 film by Charlie Chaplin Sunnyside novel ...

                                               

R11

R11, R-11, or similar, may refer to: R11: Highly flammable, a risk phrase Principe de Asturias R11, a Spanish aircraft carrier Erre XI, a reggaeton duo from Puerto Rico R-11 Refueler a USAF Mobile Refueling Unit Caudron R.11, a French escort bipl ...

                                               

Pru

Pru or PRU may refer to: Popular Republican Union 2007, a French political party, founded in 2007 by François Asselineau Programmable Real-time Unit, a specialized microprocessor Pru, American neo soul singer Prudential Financial, stock symbol Pr ...

                                               

USSR (disambiguation)

USSR most commonly refers to the Soviet Union. USSR may also refer to: The Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic 1924–1991 The Union of Soviet Sovereign Republics, a proposed replacement state for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics "U.S.S.R. song, ...

                                               

Cavalry Division

A cavalry division is a division-level military unit composed primarily of cavalry regiments. "Cavalry Division" may refer to: the 1st Cavalry Division Polish, between 1919 and 1939; a unit of the Phayap Army, part of the Royal Thai Army during W ...

                                               

Barbro Hjalmarsson

Barbro Hjalmarsson invented the battery-powered blood cradle "Triomix", which automatically shakes a test tube with blood so that the blood cells are separated from the blood plasma correctly. Her invention saved both the time it took to turn eac ...

                                               

Ferry Lina

Ferry Lina is the worlds shortest regular ferry that cross the Swedish canal Gota Canal. The ferry takes around 25–30 seconds. The ferry is powered by pulling a rope that has been lowered when a boat is passing.

                                               

8th Central Committee

8th Central Committee may refer to: 8th Central Committee of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia, 1964–1969 8th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, 1956–1969 8th Central Committee of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany, 1971–19 ...

                                               

Gun Law

Gun law regulates the manufacture, sale, transfer, possession, modification and use of small arms by civilians. Gun Law may also refer to: Gun Law 1919 film, a 1919 Western short directed by John Ford Gun Law 1933 film, a Western starring Jack Ho ...

                                               

ONO (band)

ONO is a Chicago-based experimental music group formed in 1980. The group has received recognition for their unique combination of experimental noise and industrial music with gospel and spoken word performance. Their lyrics directly reference th ...

                                               

Peerless (disambiguation)

Peerless Brewing Company, in Birkenhead, UK Peerless Volleyball Club, Lima, Peru Peerless Faucet, a Masco faucet business Peerless Group, an insurance and financial services company in India Agricultural equipment manufactured by Geiser Manufactu ...

                                               

Tom Kearns (American football)

Thomas Norman Kearns was an American politician and professional American football player. He played two seasons in the National Football League after playing college football at the University of Miami. Kearns later served one term as a member o ...

                                               

Comrades (disambiguation)

Comrade means friend, colleague, or ally. Comrades may also refer to: Comrades band, an American rock band Comrades Party, a left-wing Iranian political party active during the 1940s Comrades 1928 film, a 1928 American silent film Comrades The Am ...

                                               

Tintagel (disambiguation)

Tintagel is a village and civil parish in Cornwall, England, UK. Tintagel can also refer to: Tintagel, an English Christian folk rock band who performed at the Greenbelt Festival in 1991 Tintagel residence, residence of Sri Lankan Prime Ministers ...

                                               

Redesdale Junction

Redesdale Junction was a railway station and junction for the Redesdale line near Kyneton in Victoria, Australia. The junction employed a station master, porter, assistant gatekeeper and ganger. A post office operated from the junction until the ...

                                               

Mad Love

Mad Love publisher, a short-lived comic book publisher, best known for publishing Alan Moores Big Numbers The Batman Adventures: Mad Love, an Eisner and Harvey award winning comic by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm Mad Love French Lamour fou, collection ...

                                               

Honeypot

Honeypot dryandra, flowering plant Banksia nivea Honeypot ant, various ant species and their individual members Honeypot, flowering plant Protea cynaroides

                                               

20

The Twenty Tour, a 2019 music concert tour by Irish pop vocal band Westlife

                                               

Cynthia (disambiguation)

Cynthia is a feminine given name. Cynthia may also refer to: Krigia biflora, known as the two-flowered cynthia HMS Cynthia, the name of five ships of the Royal Navy, and a sixth which was never completed "Cynthia", a song by Bruce Springsteen fro ...

                                               

Democratic Centre

Democratic Centre or Democratic Center may refer to: Democratic Center Party of Latvia, existed during the 1990s Democratic Centre Union Switzerland Democratic Centre Croatia Democratic Centre France Democratic Centre Latvia, existed during the 1 ...

                                               

Line J

Line J may refer to: Line J, a line on the Metrocable in Medellin, Colombia Gisors Line J, part of the Transilien Paris-Saint-Lazare J Line, part of the RapidRide bus system in King County, WA J Los Angeles Railway, a train line operated 1920–196 ...

                                               

Krizevci

Croatia Krizevci, Croatia, a town in Koprivnica-Krizevci County, central Croatia Slovenia Krizevci, Gornji Petrovci, a village in the Municipality of Gornji Petrovci in northeastern Slovenia the traditional region of Prekmurje Krizevci pri Ljutom ...

                                               

Treaty of Rapallo

Following World War I there were two Treaties of Rapallo, both named after Rapallo, a resort on the Ligurian coast of Italy: Treaty of Rapallo, 1922, an agreement between Germany and Soviet Russia on the renunciation of claims arising from World ...

                                               

Novosti

Novosti means news in some Slavic languages, and so is the name of some news organizations and publications. It may refer to: Novosti AD, Serbian publishing company RIA Novosti, Russian state-owned news agency Vecernje novosti lit. Evening News, ...

                                               

Johannes Petersen

In the 1920s and 1930s Johannes Petersen was one of Danish leading chess players. In 1920, in Aalborg he won unofficial Danish Chess Championship. Also he was Danish Chess Championships silver 1927 and bronze 1923, 1924 medalist. Johannes Peterse ...

                                               

Acht

Hohe Acht, a peak in the Eifel range, Germany Acht Eifel, a village in western Germany Acht Eindhoven, a village within the municipality of Eindhoven

                                               

Loodus

Loodus was an Estonian publishing company which was located in Tartu, Estonia. It was the largest publishing company existed in Estonia in 20th century. Company was established by Aleksander Audova, Hans Mannik, Johannes Piiper, August Reeben, Ja ...

                                               

Christ Church (Savannah, Georgia)

Christ Church is an Episcopal church in Savannah, Georgia. Founded in 1733, it was the first church established in the Province of Georgia and one of the first parishes within the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia, earning it the nickname "the Mother ...

                                               

Else Blangsted

Else Blangsted was a German-born Jewish American Holocaust survivor and cinematic music editor. Her most notable films she participated in were Getting Straight 1970, The Front 1976, Meatballs 1979, Tootsie 1982, The Goonies 1985, The Color Purpl ...

                                               

Governor Stone

Governor Stone may refer to: John Hoskins Stone 1750–1804, 7th Governor of Maryland John Marshall Stone 1830–1900, governor of Mississippi, 1876–1882 and 1890–1896 David Stone politician 1770–1818, governor of North Carolina, 1808–1810 Governor S ...

                                               

Justice Stone

Justice Stone may refer to: People George W. Stone, Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court Walter F. Stone, Associate Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court Frederick Stone, Associate Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals Royal A. Stone, Associat ...

                                               

Governor Brown

Governor Brown or Browne may refer to: Montfort Browne fl. 1760–1780, 4th Governor of British West Florida Kate Brown born 1960, Governor of Oregon Joseph Mackey Brown 1851–1932, Governor of Georgia Joseph E. Brown 1821–1894, Governor of Georgia ...

                                               

Greater Hungary

Greater Hungary can refer to: The Kingdom of Hungary before 1920, informally also known as "Greater Hungary" or "Historic Hungary". Hungary during the Second World War, with some of the pre-1920 territories regained. Greater Hungary irredentism, ...

                                               

Michael Farebrother

Michael Humphrey Farebrother was an English first-class cricketer and educator. Farebrother was born at Chelsea in February 1920. He was educated at Eton College, before going up to Trinity College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he made a sin ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 15th Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 15th Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Brookline in Norfolk County and part of Boston ...

                                               

Vince Martin

Vince or Vincent Martin may refer to: Vincent Martin born 1960, birth name of Vince Clarke, English musician, songwriter, member of Erasure Vincent A. Martin 1870–?, member of the Michigan Senate Vince Martin politician 1920–2001, Australian poli ...

                                               

Build

Build may refer to: "Build" song, a 1987 song by The Housemartins Build design conference, a web design conference which took place in Belfast, Northern Ireland between 2009–2013 Build engine, a first-person shooter engine by 3D Realms Engineerin ...

                                               

Grove Street

Grove Street may refer to: Grove Street Elementary School A historic street in New York Citys West Village, part of the larger Greenwich Village "Grove St. Party", a 2011 song by Waka Flocka Flame A street in the 2004 video game Grand Theft Auto: ...

                                               

Anthony Russo

Anthony or Tony Russo may refer to: Anthony Russo Ohio politician 1920–1985, member of the Ohio House of Representatives Anthony Russo director born 1970, film and television director-producer Tony Russo whistleblower 1936–2008, involved in the P ...