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Ugo Calà

In the 1920s Ugo Calà participated in two team matches against the Syracuse team and ranking in 2nd place in the second regional chess tournament in Palermo. Then, after graduating in engineering, he moved permanently to Rome. Ugo Calà participat ...

                                               

Katarine Zalyan-Manukyan

Katarine Zalyan-Manukyan was an Armenian politician. In 1919 she was elected to parliament, becoming one of the first three female MPs in the country.

                                               

SS Juan Casiano

SS Juan Casiano was a Mexican Tanker that was lost during a gale in the Atlantic Ocean 90 nautical miles off Savannah, Georgia, United States on 19 October 1944 while she was travelling from Tampico, Mexico to New York City, New York, United States.

                                               

Chernykhiv, Ternopil Hromada

Population in 2014: 390 inhabitants with over 221 houses. Population in 2007: 416 inhabitants. They were born in the village poets Ivan Holub 1917–2001, Vasyl Karachok b. 1870, literary critic Liubomyr Senyk b. 1930, priest, folklorist, historian ...

                                               

Gyorgy Mogoy

Gyorgy Mogoy is a Hungarian former footballer who played in the 1940s and 1950s. He played mainly in the position as defender, but also as midfielder. Mogoy was born in Igal, Hungary. He played three seasons for Czechoslovakian club SK Slovan Bra ...

                                               

Fotogramas

Fotogramas is a Spanish language monthly film magazine published in Madrid, Spain. It was first published on 15 November 1946 by Antonio Nadal-Rodo and Maria Fernanda Gañan. Since 2011, it is owned by Hearst Communications. On 5 February 1951, th ...

                                               

Franz Auer

In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Franz Auer was one of Austrias leading chess players. He won the Austrian Chess Championships twice, in 1955 and 1957. Franz Auer played for Austria in the Chess Olympiad: In 1952, at fourth board in the 10th Ch ...

                                               

Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe

Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe is a Ghanaian statesman and politician. He was the president of the Ghana Football Association from 2001 to 2005 and Ghanas ambassador to Serbia and Montenegro from 2005 to 2009. He is a founding member of the New Patriotic P ...

                                               

Mohammed Hussain Nasrallah

Sayyid Muhammad-Husayn Muhammad-Ali Nasrallah is an Iraqi judge, prosecutor, and served as the president of Court of Appeal for four different Iraqi provinces. He retired in May 2014. He is currently a Law Representative for Pillsbury Global in I ...

                                               

Autogenous vaccines

Autogenous vaccines, also called autologous vaccines, autovaccines," self” or custom vaccines, are vaccines that are prepared by isolation and destruction of microorganisms in infected individuals and used to provide immunity to the same individu ...

                                               

Bornivorous set

In functional analysis, a subset of a real or complex vector space X that has an associated vector bornology ℬ is called bornivorous and a bornivore if it absorbs every element of ℬ. If X is a topological vector space then a subset S of X is born ...

                                               

Svetlana Kachuk-Frolova

Svetlana Kachuk-Frolova, also written as Svetlana Katsjoek-Frolova, is a former Soviet long track speed skater, who was active in the 1970s and 1980s. Kachuk represented her nation twice at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women ...

                                               

Mona Iversen

Iversen represented her nation at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women in 1981, finishing 21st overall. She also participated at the European Speed Skating Championships for Women in 1982, finishing 23rd overall. She also comp ...

                                               

Aila Tartia

Aila Tartia is a Finnish former long track speed skater, who was active in the 1970s and 1980s. Tartia represented her nation six times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1982 finishing 25th overall, 1983, 1984 finish ...

                                               

Magnus Sunesson

Sunesson represented the Swedish National Team as an amateur 1980–1982. He turned professional in 1982 and played on the Swedish Golf Tour, where he won four tournaments, beating Mats Lanner by five strokes at the 1984 Maggi Cup and Anders Forsbr ...

                                               

TCO Certification

The TCO Certified certification was initially created by the Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees to guarantee that computer products purchased by employers maintain ecological standards and were sufficiently ergonomic to prevent long ...

                                               

Eugenia Rasponi

Eugenia Rasponi was an Italian noblewoman who became a suffragist and businessperson. Dedicated to social welfare projects, as her mother had been, she opened a furniture manufacturing business to preserve the local hand-crafted canvases made in ...

                                               

Vladimir Anikeyev

Vladimir Fedorovich Anikeyev is the former ringleader of the anonymous group Shaltai Boltai. He was detained in Russia in November 2016, and was later sentenced to two years in prison for unlawful access to computer information.

                                               

1964–65 Real Madrid CF season

The 1964–65 season was Real Madrid Club de Futbols 62nd season in existence and the clubs 33rd consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football.

                                               

Hanna Bjorg Kjartansdottir

Hanna Bjorg Kjartansdottir is an Icelandic former multi-sport athlete, competing in the Icelandic top-tier leagues in basketball and football. She won several Icelandic championships in basketball and was a member of the Icelandic national basket ...

                                               

Ina Maud Sheldon-Williams

Sheldon-Williams was born in Ardrishaig, Argyll, in Scotland. In 1902, she was photographed in India and travelled throughout her life. Ina Maud Thomson married the artist Inglis Sheldon-Williams in 1904 and they resided in England for the follow ...

                                               

Michal Wunsch

Michal Cotler-Wunsh is an Israeli politician. She currently serves as a member of the Knesset for the Blue and White alliance.

                                               

Kimbriell Kelly

Kimbriell Kelly is an American journalist and expert on public records requests, currently working as Deputy Editor of Enterprise and Investigations at the Los Angeles Times. Kelly is based in Washington, DC and is a former Pulitzer Prize-winning ...

                                               

Imaginary Prisons

The Prisons is a series of 16 prints by the Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi in the 18th century. They depict enormous subterranean vaults with stairs and mighty machines. The images influenced Romanticism and Surrealism. While the Vedut ...

                                               

Ruben Bareiro Saguier

Ruben Bareiro Saguier was born and grew up in Villeta, Paraguay. At the age of 11, he learned of the injustice of living in an authoritarian regime when the police, after looking for his father and failing to find him, took the young Ruben and im ...

                                               

Madge Biggs

Madge Brigid Francis Biggs was a Falkland Islands librarian and politician. In 1950 she became the first woman to sit in the Legislative Council.

                                               

Sixth Avenue Line

Sixth Avenue Line may refer to any of the following transit lines in Manhattan, New York City: Uptown Hudson Tubes, a PATH line that was built in 1908 and is now located between the IND Sixth Avenue Line IND Sixth Avenue Line, a subway line estab ...

                                               

Philip A. Ray

Philip Alexander Ray was an American lawyer and author who served as the Under Secretary of Commerce under President Eisenhower.

                                               

William Craven

William Craven may refer to: William Craven, 1st Earl of Craven 1608–1697, son of the Lord Mayor of London William Craven, 4th Earl of Craven 1868–1921, British peer and Liberal politician William Craven, 5th Baron Craven 1705–1769, English noble ...

                                               

Hendrik Albertus Brouwer

Hendrik Albertus Brouwer was a Dutch geologist who specialized in petrology and explored South Africa and the Dutch colonies in Indonesia. Brouwer was born in Medemblik, the son of Egbertus L. Brouwer and Hendrika Poutsma. After schooling in Haar ...

                                               

Raymundo Albano

Raymundo "Ray" Albano was a Filipino curator, art critic, writer, poet, painter, and scholar who served as museum director of the Cultural Center of the Philippines from 1970 until his death in 1985.

                                               

Kim Dong-man

Kim Dong-man is a South Korean food engineer. He is an expert in post-harvest management of fresh produce. In 1980, he began his career as a researcher in the Food Science Lab of Korea Institute of Science and Technology. His initial field of res ...

                                               

Indonesia–Japan Economic Partnership Agreement

The Indonesia–Japan Economic Partnership Agreement is a bilateral agreement signed between Indonesia and Japan on 20 August 2007 and having been in force since 1 July 2008. Initiated by Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, it was Indonesias ...

                                               

Azerbaijan Higher Naval Academy

The Azerbaijan Higher Naval Academy is an educational institution of the Azerbaijani Naval Forces. It is part of the education system of the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan. It was originally founded in 1939 In Soviet times, it was called the C ...

                                               

Dame du Palais

The Dame du Palais, originally only Dame, was an historical office in the Royal Court of France. It was a title of a lady-in-waiting holding the official position of personal attendant on a female member of the French Royal Family. The position w ...

                                               

Swiftships

Swiftships is a shipbuilding and marine engineering company headquartered in South Louisiana, USA. Company operates globally and specialized in the construction of small to medium sized vessels made of steel, aluminum or fiberglass. Swiftships is ...

                                               

Matching in hypergraphs

In graph theory, a matching in a hypergraph is a set of hyperedges, in which every two hyperedges are disjoint. It is an extension of the notion of matching in a graph.

                                               

Rural Walks

Rural Walks is an early work of childrens literature by Charlotte Turner Smith, first published in 1795. The book was intended to introduce children to both poetry and natural history, partly inspired by Anna Laetitia Barbaulds Evenings at Home. ...

                                               

List of mayors of Pickering, Ontario

During the early days of Pickering Township the Town Clerk was the town officer with the most authority. Note Hector Beaton was appointed as collector in 1836 and by 1849 he was filling three roles assessor, collector and clerk. He remained in th ...

                                               

Goulburn School Strike

The Goulburn School Strike was a protest action in July 1962 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia. The protesters were families of students attending St Brigids Primary School - a school run by the local Catholic church. Children enrolled at t ...

                                               

Pepa Pollet

Pepa Pollet, was a French courtier. She was the principal ladys maid and treasurer to the empress of France, Eugenie de Montijo. She was a controversial figure as the personal favorite and influential confidante of the empress, and sometimes accu ...

                                               

Clifford Mills

Clifford Mills was a British playwright, best known for the plays Where the Rainbow Ends and The Luck of the Navy.

                                               

Dorothy Darnell

Dorothy Gwynnyd Darnell was an artist from Scotland and founder of the Jane Austen Society in Alton, Hampshire, England. The group was created to purchase the historic Chawton Cottage where novelist Jane Austen spent her last eight years. It is n ...

                                               

Moonlighter

A moonlighter is a person who works a side job, often at night, for extra income. Moonlighter or The Moonlighters can also refer to: Moonlighters, a public information film about the dangers of playing with lighters Bobby Lester & The Moonlighter ...

                                               

List of Bishops College School Faculty

Bishops College School is a co-ed bilingual day and boarding secondary school in Lennoxville, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada founded in 1836. It was originally a boys school until amalgamated with Kings Hall, Compton who founded in 1874. The school u ...

                                               

David Chalmers (footballer, born 1897)

David Chalmers was a Scottish footballer who played as an inside left for Clydebank in the first and second tiers of the Scottish Football League during the 1920s, playing alongside Jimmy McGrory for a season. He had earlier played for Junior sid ...

                                               

Mount Barker Football Club (South Australia)

The Mount Barker Football Club is an Australian rules football club based in the Adelaide Hills town of Mount Barker, South Australia, that competes in the Hills Football League.

                                               

Maria Irausquin-Wajcberg

Maria Irausquin-Wajcberg was an Aruban politician. In 1963 she became the first woman to be elected to Aruba Island Council.

                                               

Paul Tripcony

Paul Tripcony was an Indigenous Australian and a collector of rare books and Aboriginal stone artefacts from Minjerribah, also known as Stradbroke Island.

                                               

Expositor

The Expository Times est. 1889, an academic journal of theology Vines Expository Dictionary pub 1940, a cross reference of English New Testament words to original Greek texts Review & Expositor est. 1904, an academic journal of theology An Englis ...