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OCCC

Orange County Community College, a two-year college in Orange County, New York, United States Oregon Coast Community College, a two-year college in Newport, Oregon, United States Oklahoma City Community College, a two-year college in Oklahoma Cit ...

                                               

Austin Press

The Austin Press was a weekly newspaper published in Austin, Texas for less than a year from September 1981 to May 1982. The newspaper provided notable coverage of a 1981 Travis County Jail riot and lawsuit, Barton Creek environmental coverage re ...

                                               

Victorville (disambiguation)

Victorville, a city in San Bernardino County, California, United States. Victorville may also refer to: Federal Correctional Complex, Victorville, a U.S. prison complex in Victorville, California, which includes Federal Correctional Institution, ...

                                               

Big Sandy

Big Sandy, Nebraska, in Thayer County, Nebraska Big Sandy, West Virginia, an unincorporated census-designated place in McDowell County Big Sandy, Montana, a town in Chouteau County Big Sandy, Wyoming, in Sublette County, Wyoming Big Sandy, Texas, ...

                                               

Spindrift 13

The boat was produced as a kit and in completed form of fibreglass, plus could be build from scratch from wood. The design was built by Vandestadt and McGruer Limited in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada as its first product. There were 800 boats compl ...

                                               

Emmett Till Antilynching Act

The Emmett Till Antilynching Act was introduced in the United States House of Representatives on January 3, 2019, by Representative Bobby Rush. It was reported out of the House Judiciary Committee on October 31, 2019, and was passed by the House, ...

                                               

HCR

HCR may refer to: Home Condition Report, a proposed part of the Home Information Pack Holy Cross Airport, in Alaska, United States HCR Manor Care Hot Chelle Rae, an American pop band Hill Climb Racing, video game Hover Car Racer Host-Cell Reactiv ...

                                               

Costante Maltoni

Costante Maltoni was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See.

                                               

TrashTag

TrashTag is an internet challenge and hashtag campaign where people clean up a heavily littered area, posting before and after photos with the hashtag #trashtag

                                               

William Wierman Wright

William Wierman Wright was a well known nineteenth century American railroad engineer and civil engineer. He was born in York Springs, Pennsylvania.

                                               

Robert Gallegos

Robert Gallegos is a Texas politician who currently represents District I on the Houston City Council. He is the first openly gay Latino city councilor in Texas history.

                                               

William Chadwick

William Chadwick is the name of: William Chadwick bishop 1905–1991, Bishop of Barking, 1959–1975 William Chadwick footballer, English footballer for Port Vale 1901–1904 William Owen Chadwick 1916–2015, British professor, writer and historian of C ...

                                               

James Goldston

Goldston grew up in Heston, a suburb in Hounslow, West London. His mother was a professional movie and TV extra. He recalls as a child being taken to a shooting for a James Bond film, in which he made an appearance.

                                               

Edouard Bermudez

Edouard Edmund Bermudez was a Louisiana attorney who served as Chief Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court from April 5, 1880 to April 5, 1892.

                                               

Walter B. Sommerville

Walter Byers Sommerville was a Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court from March 18, 1911 to October 13, 1921. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Sommerville was a law clerk for Louisiana Attorneys General H.N. Ogden and James C. Egan. He was an Ass ...

                                               

Pierson v. Ray

Pierson v. Ray, 386 U.S. 547 was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court first introduced the justification for qualified immunity for police officers from being sued for civil rights violations under Section 1983, by arguing that p ...

                                               

1916 North Carolina gubernatorial election

The 1916 North Carolina gubernatorial election was held on November 7, 1916. Democratic nominee Thomas Walter Bickett defeated Republican nominee Frank A. Linney with 58.15% of the vote.

                                               

Michael R. Sherwin

Michael R. Sherwin is a prosecutor who is the interim United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, leading the countrys largest U.S. attorneys office.

                                               

Great Sortie of Stralsund

The Great Sortie of Stralsund was fought in the Franco-Swedish War on 1–3 April 1807, in Swedish Pomerania. A French army under Edouard Mortier invaded Swedish Pomerania in early 1807 and initiated a blockade of the Swedish town of Stralsund, to ...

                                               

192nd

192nd may refer to: 192nd Military Police Battalion, a National Guard battalion assigned to the Connecticut Army National Guard 192nd Tank Battalion, a federalized US Army National Guard unit activated in November 1940 192nd Infantry Division Fra ...

                                               

The Innocence Files

The Innocence Files is a 2020 American true crime documentary miniseries about wrongful convictions, and how they can affect the lives of the involved. The series is based upon the work of the Innocence Project which is committed to exonerating i ...

                                               

Jia Fengzhi

Jia Fengzhi is a short story by Pu Songling first published in Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio. The story revolves around the eponymous scholar who, despite being intellectually gifted, struggles to pass the provincial examination until assis ...

                                               

The Shuimang Herb

The Shuimang Herb ", also translated as The Shuimang Plant ", is a short story by Pu Songling first published in Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio.

                                               

Sparkler (disambiguation)

Sparkler may refer to: Sparkler comics, a fictional character in the DC Universe Sparkler device, a showerhead-like device used in beer dispensing Sparkler, a ride at Holiday World & Splashin Safari Sparkler Pillow Pal, a plush bear made by Ty, I ...

                                               

The Funeral of the Virgin Mary

The Funeral of the Virgin Mary is a 1605-1609 oil on canvas painting by Ludovico Carracci, now in the Galleria nazionale di Parma. Caracci produced this work, its pendant The Apostles at the Virgins Tomb and other frescoes for the chancel of the ...

                                               

Return to the Sheepfold

Return to the Sheepfold is a c.1866 painting by Carlo Pittara, originally entitled The Return, now in the Galleria civica darte moderna e contemporanea in Turin. 1991, Il lavoro e luomo Il lavoro delluomo da Goya a Kandinskij, Braccio di Carlo Ma ...

                                               

Architectural ensemble

The architectural ensemble is harmonious unity of the spatial composition of buildings, engineering structures, works of monumental painting, sculpture and landscape gardening art. The image of the architectural ensemble depends on the change of ...

                                               

Statue of Mary Seacole

The statue of Mary Seacole stands in the grounds of St Thomas Hospital, Lambeth, London. The sculptor was Martin Jennings, and the statue was executed in 2016. Mary Seacole, was born in Jamaica to a Scottish father and a Jamaican mother. Followin ...

                                               

Actions against memorials in the United Kingdom during the George Floyd protests

For several years a campaign entitled Rhodes Must Fall had worked towards the removal of statues to Cecil Rhodes. A list of 60 statues, monuments and plaques considered by activists to "celebrate slavery and racism" was published online as an int ...

                                               

Jesse Lott

Jesse Lott is an American artist known for his wire and wood sculptures, papier mache figures and collages made from found materials within an aesthetic he calls "urban frontier art".

                                               

Jacob de Bie

Jacob de Bie, known in France also as Jacques de Bie, c. 1640) was a Flemish engraver, publisher and numismatist who worked in Antwerp, Brussels, Paris and Arnhem. As a reproductive artist he made engravings after designs of other artists of his ...

                                               

Tamara Jacquin

She studied architecture in Chile and France. Her work has been exhibited mainly in Spain although it has also been seen in other places. Her works are based on a personal experience, on the sensations that her body perceives, among them the weig ...

                                               

Leo He

He Yifan) English name Leo He, born Sichuan Yibin is a Chinese singer, songwriter, rapper, dancer, and actor. On year 2015, Leo participated in Anhui television organize reality show "Super Idol" Season1. On year 2016, participated "Super Idol" S ...

                                               

Alois Hans Schram

Alois Hans Schram was an Austrian portrait, history and decorative painter. Much of his work is in the Art Nouveau style, although many later works may be classified as Neo-Baroque.

                                               

Eva Margot

Eva Margot nee Johansen was a Norwegian painter, active from the 1970s until her death in 2019. Her work is largely inspired by Norwegian nature and legends. She covers a diverse spectrum of styles: figurative, realism, symbolism, abstract.

                                               

Liermi

Liermi was a French racing cyclist. As the son of designer/painter Gilbert Miriel he chose to adopt the pseudonym "Liermi" for his racing career. His best year was 1896 with good results in Frances elite one-day classic races Paris - Roubaix and ...

                                               

Felicity Campbell (artist)

Campbell was born and brought up in Sussex in southern England and, after being home-schooled, studied art in Paris, Rome and The Hague. In London she studied lithography and illustration with E. J. Sullivan. As well as working as a commercial ar ...

                                               

Carmelle Robert

Carmelle Robert is a Quebec astrophysicist, starburst researcher and professor at the Department of Physics, Physical Engineering and Optics at Universite Laval, in Quebec city, Canada.

                                               

Gustavo Simoni

Gustavo Simoni was an Italian painter, watercolorist and art teacher. He is best known his Orientalist scenes.

                                               

Fjell (disambiguation)

A Fjell or Fell is a high and barren landscape feature in Fennoscandia, the Isle of Man, parts of Northern England, and Scotland. Fjell may also refer to:

                                               

Muus

Muus is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Bernt Julius Muus 1832–1900, Norwegian-American Lutheran minister and church leader Rudolf Muus 1862–1935, Norwegian author Flemming Muus 1907–1982, Danish author and resistance fighter ...

                                               

Gerard Bouttats

Gerard Bouttats or Gerhardt Bouttats was a Flemish, draughtsman engraver and printmaker, known for his prints of portraits, allegories, and devotional works. He trained in his native Antwerp in the workshop of his father. He later worked for a wh ...

                                               

Olive Checkland

Olive Edith Checkland was an English historian and writer who specalised in post-19th century cultural, economic and social relationships between Japan and the United Kingdom. After enrolling on a geography degree at the University of Birmingham, ...

                                               

Galway Famine Ship Memorial

The Galway Famine Ship Memorial is a memorial located in Salthill, County Galway, Ireland. It was unveiled on 4 July 2012. The monument is an expansion of a pre-existing monument to Celia Griffin, a girl who died at age 6 on the streets of Galway ...

                                               

Order of Lapu-Lapu

The Order of Lapu-Lapu is a national order of merit conferred by the President of the Philippines to officials and personnel of the government and private individuals in recognition of invaluable or extraordinary service in relation to a campaign ...

                                               

Mo Asumang

Monika Mo Yaa akoma Asumang is a German presenter, filmmaker, actress and writer. She created the 2014 documentary The Aryans, in which she confronts racists in both Germany and the US.

                                               

Madras Sanskrit College

The Madras Sanskrit College is a government-aided Sanskrit college located in Mylapore, Chennai. The college was founded by an eminent jurist and philanthropist V. Krishnaswamy Iyer in 1906. In 2017, the college has launched its digital campus to ...

                                               

Sujith Sarang

Sujith Sarang is an Indian cinematographer known for his work in Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru, Taxiwaala, and Dear Comrade. He works predominantly in Tamil, Telugu, & Malayalam Industries.

                                               

Hector Aldana

Hector Aldana is a Mexican mixed martial artist who competed in the Welterweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

                                               

Christine Checinska

Christine Shaw-Checinska is a British womenswear designer and art historian. She is the Curator of African and African Diaspora Fashion at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Her work considers the relationship between cloth, culture and race.