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Georges Perron

Georges Marcel Emile Nicolas Perron is a French prelate of the Catholic Church. He served as bishop of Djibouti from 1992 until his retirement in 2001. Perron entered the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin and was professed in 1945. He was ordained a ...

                                               

Bertold Bruhaven

Bertold Bruhaven, also known as Berthold von Bruhaven or Berthold von Bruehaven, was a Teutonic knight hailed from the then Duchy of Austria; served in Prussia as the Komtur of Balga in 1288–1289, the first Komtur of Ragnit in 1289, then the Komt ...

                                               

Ruth Clement Bond

Ruth Elizabeth Clement was born in Louisville, Kentucky on 22 May 1904, to George Clinton Clement, a bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, and Emma Clarissa Williams Clement. She was the fourth of seven children. She attended Liv ...

                                               

100 Great Black Britons

100 Great Black Britons was the first poll to vote for and celebrate the greatest Black Britons of all time. It was created in response to the 100 Greatest Britons poll and television series, which did not feature any Black Britons in its final p ...

                                               

City bonds robbery

The City bonds robbery of 1990 was a heist in which £291.9 million was stolen in London, England. The carefully planned operation made it seem at first as if a courier had been mugged on 2 May, yet City of London police soon realised that it was ...

                                               

Witan Sulaeman

Witan Sulaeman is an Indonesian professional footballer who currently plays as winger or attacking midfielder for Serbian SuperLiga club Radnik Surdulica and the Indonesia under-19 team.

                                               

Ralph Debbas

Ralph R. Debbas is a Middle Eastern automotive entrepreneur, designer, and businessman. He is best known as the CEO of W Motors, which he founded in 2012, and the designer of the Lykan HyperSport.

                                               

Amirul Alam Milon

Milon was a lawyer. he was the president of Rajshahi University Chhatra League from 1979-1981. He was the general secretary of Morelganj Upazila Awami League in 1991. He was the president of Morelganj Upazila Awami League in 2003. He was a member ...

                                               

Bangladesh Sangbadpatra Parishad

Bangladesh Sangbadpatra Parishad is a national trade body of newspapers in Bangladesh. Mohammad Noor Ali, owner of Amader Shomoy and Chairman of Unique group is the President of the association. Mohammad Nizam Uddin Jitu, of the Daily Janakantha, ...

                                               

Anna Khachiyan

Khachiyan was born in Moscow, USSR. In 1989, she emigrated to the United States with her parents, who raised her in New Jersey. She is the daughter of the late Soviet mathematician and Rutgers University professor Leonid Khachiyan and Olga Pischi ...

                                               

Pati Parmeshwar (film)

Pati Parmeshwar is a Hindi film. It was released in 1989 and stars Dimple Kapadia. The film was released following a court battle with the Central Board of Film Certification, where it was banned for screening due to its perceived glorification o ...

                                               

Deendayal Upadhyaya Hospital, Shimla

Deen Dayal Hospital formerly known as Ripon Hospital is a Zonal hospital in Shimla city. It is located in the city center above Old Bus Stand and below Lower Bazaar. Its one entrance is from Ram Bazaar another is from Ganj and downside entrance i ...

                                               

Pudhunaappaalayam

Pudhunaappaalayam, is a residential area in Manali, North of Chennai, a metropolitan city in Tamil Nadu, India. In October 2011, the erstwhile Edayanchavadi village panchayat is merged with Greater Chennai Corporation and it came under the jurisd ...

                                               

Pazhayanaappaalayam

Pazhayanaappaalayam, is an residential area in Manali, North of Chennai, a metropolitan city in Tamil Nadu, India. In October 2011, the erstwhile Edayanchavadi village panchayat is merged with Greater Chennai Corporation and it came under the jur ...

                                               

Echankuzhi

Echankuzhi, is an residential area in Manali Pudhunagar, North of Chennai, a metropolitan city in Tamil Nadu, India. In October 2011, the erstwhile Edayanchavadi village panchayat is merged with Greater Chennai Corporation and it came under the j ...

                                               

Alicia D. Monroe

Alicia D. H. Monroe is an American physician and the Provost of the Baylor College of Medicine. Her research considers physician-patient communication and medical education.

                                               

Richard "Hacksaw" Harney

Richard "Hacksaw" Harney was an American Delta blues guitarist and pianist. He first entered a recording studio with his brother Maylon in 1928, to wax guitar work backing for separate tracks by Pearl Dickson and Walter Rhodes. However, Harney re ...

                                               

Caroline Meriwether Goodlett

Caroline Douglas Meriwether Goodlett was an American philanthropist and the founding president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

                                               

Schnapper Rock, New Zealand

Schnapper Rock is an Auckland suburb, which is under local governance of Auckland Council. North Shore Memorial Park was developed in 1973. It is a cemetery run by Auckland Council sited on 36 hectares 90 acres.

                                               

Goal-oriented health care

Goal-oriented health care, also known as goal-directed health care, goal-oriented medical care, and patient priorities care, is a form of health care delivery that is based on achieving individualized goals that are created through collaborative ...

                                               

John Randolph (cricketer)

John Randolph was an English first-class cricketer and clergyman. The son of John Honywood Randolph, he born in May 1821 at Sanderstead, Surrey. He was educated at Westminster School, before going up to Brasenose College, Oxford in 1839, having d ...

                                               

2020 Reading stabbing

On 20 June 2020 shortly before 19:00 BST, a man with a knife attacked people socialising in Forbury Gardens, Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom. Three men died from their wounds, and three other people were seriously injured. A 25-year-old Libyan ...

                                               

Titans (season 2)

The second season of the American superhero television series Titans premiered on DC Universe on September 6, 2019, and concluded on November 29, 2019, consisting of 13 episodes. It was executive produced by Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Greg Berl ...

                                               

Gallagher-Kieffer House

The Gallagher-Kieffer House is located at 234 North Dithridge Street in the North Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Built in 1893 in the Shingle architectural style, the house was the home of Patrick F. Gallagher, president of the ...

                                               

Megan B. Murray

Megan Blanche Murray is an American epidemiologist and an infectious disease physician. She is the Ronda Stryker and William Johnston Professor of Global Health in the Department of Epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

                                               

Louis de Niverville

Louis de Niverville was a Canadian modernist painter whose work has a quality of imaginative fantasy, sometimes described as surreal. He drew on memories, dreams and observations, pulling out of himself the feelings and imagery which moved and ex ...

                                               

Mia Abbas Uddin

Mia Abbas Uddin Bangladesh Nationalist Party politician. He was elected a member of parliament from Bagerhat-4 in 1988.

                                               

Florence Crittenton Home

Florence Crittendon Home may refer to: The National Crittenton Foundation, the current name and form of the organization which established the Homes Florence Crittenton Home Charleston, South Carolina, listed on the NRHP in South Carolina Nationa ...

                                               

Maria Victoria Hospital

Maria Victoria Hospital is hospital in Turin, Italy. The construction of the hospital began in 1883, on some land donated by Giuseppe Berruti. In 1885 there was the inauguration and at the beginning the hospital consisted of three pavilions and t ...

                                               

RECOVERY Trial

The Randomised Evaluation of COVID-19 therapy Trial is a large-enrollment clinical trial of possible treatments for people in the United Kingdom admitted to hospital with severe COVID-19 infection. As of 17 June 2020, the trial included six propo ...

                                               

Middlewood

Middlewood may refer to: Middlewood Hospital, a former Psychiatric hospital in Middlewood, Sheffield. Middlewood, South Yorkshire, a suburb of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England Middlewood Way, a linear park between Macclesfield and Marple in En ...

                                               

Marjory Edwards

Marjory Eva May Edwards was a British V.A.D. nurse who served in the British Red Cross Society during the First World War. Edwards served for three and a half years in Britain and France and died of measles in England on 4 January 1918. Her name ...

                                               

Peterlee Community Hospital

Peterlee Community Hospital is a health facility in ONeill Drive, Peterlee, County Durham, England. It is managed by North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust.

                                               

Philippa Flowerday

Philippa Flowerday was the first nurse appointed to work in connection with an industrial concern, generally considered the first industrial nurse. Philippa joined Colmans in Carrow, Norwich, in 1878 at a rate of 26 shillings per week as a distri ...

                                               

Philip Thomas Buston

Brigadier General Philip Thomas Buston DSO CB was a career officer of the Royal Engineers in the British Army, serving in India and South Africa during his long career.

                                               

St. Marys Medical Center

St. Marys Medical Center may refer to: St. Marys Medical Center Huntington, Huntington, West Virginia St. Marys Medical Center Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee St. Marys Medical Center Duluth, Duluth, Minnesota St. Marys Medical Center San Francis ...

                                               

The Childrens Hospital at OU Medicine

The Childrens Hospital at OU Medicine formerly known as Childrens Memorial Hospital and The Childrens Hospital of Oklahoma, is a nationally ranked, freestanding acute care womens and childrens hospital in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is affiliated ...

                                               

MRH

MRH may refer to: MRH-90, a medium-sized, twin-engine, multi-role military helicopter also known as the NHIndustries NH90 Michael J. Smith Field, a public airport in Beaufort, North Carolina, USA, which is also known by the IATA code as MRH MRH m ...

                                               

Stefan cel Mare Police Academy

The Stefan cel Mare Police Academy is the police academy of Moldova. It is named after Stephen III of Moldavia, who ruled the country as Voivode from 1457 and 1504. It primarilty trains personnel of the General Police Inspectorate in their future ...

                                               

Hixny

Hixny is a not-for-profit, health information exchange serving the Hudson Valley, Capital Region and Southern Tier of New York State. A health information exchange connects fragmented personal health information between different organizations fo ...

                                               

Shelling of Highway 1

The Shelling of Highway 1 was the killing of South Vietnamese civilians by the Peoples Army of Vietnam during the Easter Offensive of the Vietnam War, on Highway 1, between Quảng Tri and Huế, South Vietnam from 29 April to 2 May 1972.

                                               

Leandro Silva

Leandro Silva may refer to: Leandro Silva footballer, born 1986, Brazilian footballer born Leandro Paulino Da Silva Leandro Silva MMA born 1985, Brazilian MMA fighter Leandro Silva footballer, born 1988, Brazilian footballer born Leandro da Silva ...

                                               

Christian Nehammer

Hans-Christian Nehammer is an Austrian sailor, who specialized in the keelboat class. Together with his partner and five-time Olympian Hans Spitzauer, he was named one of the countrys top sailors in the all-male keelboat for the 2008 Summer Olymp ...

                                               

Stephen Milne (sailor)

Stephen Milne is an Irish former sailor, who specialized in the keelboat class. Together with his partner and Cork native Peter OLeary, he was named one of the countrys top sailors in the all-male keelboat for the 2008 Summer Olympics, finishing ...

                                               

Water skiing at the 2017 World Games - Womens Wakeboard

The womens wakeboard freestyle competition in water skiing at the 2017 World Games took place from 25 to 27 July 2017 at the Old Odra River in Wroclaw, Poland.

                                               

Water skiing at the 2017 World Games - Mens Wakeboard

The mens wakeboard freestyle competition in water skiing at the 2017 World Games took place from 25 to 27 July 2017 at the Old Odra River in Wroclaw, Poland.

                                               

Luke Watkins

Watkins made his professional debut on 20 September 2014, scoring a fourth-round technical knockout TKO victory over David Vicena at the Wembley Arena in London. After compiling a record of 11–0 7 KOs he faced Robin Dupre for the vacant Commonwea ...

                                               

California Watersports

California Watersports is a 2001 surfing sports game for the PlayStation console released exclusively in Europe. It was developed by Theyer GFX and published by Midas Interactive. It was later split into the three budget titles, Pro Bodyboarding, ...

                                               

Cecil Godby

He was born into a racing family and became a jockey, racing as of 1898, and winning the VRC Maribyrnong Plate on the horse Ibex in 1900. After retiring from being a jockey he became a horse trainer and achieved success in the early 1920s trainin ...

                                               

Sylph (bicycle brand)

Sylph was a brand of bicycle designed by Charles Duryea in the late 1800s. They were initially manufactured by Ames Manufacturing Company, in Chicopee, Massachusetts, starting in 1890, and then by Rouse and Hazard, in Peoria, Illinois, from 1892 ...