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I.W. Schlesinger

Isidore Williem Schlesinger (Bowery, New York City, 15 September 1871 – Johannesburg, 1 March 1949) was a business tycoon and pioneer of the South African Entertainment industry.[1] At 1.58 metres…

Cycling at the 2003 South Pacific Games

Cycling at the 2003 South Pacific Games was held from 3–5 July 2003 on the Suva foreshore in Fiji. Three women’s road cycling events were contested, with New Caledonia winning…

The Asphalt

The Asphalt is an Americanrockband formed in 2001 in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The band was founded by Randy Mazick and currently consists of Randy Mazick (vocals, guitars), Jason Marino…

Valka

Valka is a town in northern Latvia, on the border with Estonia. . . . Valka . . . Valka and the Estonian town of Valga are actually one town,…

Billion Oyster Project

The Billion Oyster Project is a citizen science project co-ordinated by the New York Harbor School with the goal of restoring one billion live oysters to New York Harbor by…

Samuel C. Florman

Samuel C. Florman (born January 19, 1925) is an American civil engineer, general contractor and author. He is best known for his writings and speeches about engineering, technology and the…

Woodstock (Ontario)

Woodstock is a city of about 41,000 people (2016) in Southwestern Ontario. It is west of Toronto, between Lake Huron and Lake Erie on the upper Thames river. Woodstock City…

Valdosta

Valdosta is the 10th largest city in the state of Georgia. It is located in Lowndes County, in the state’s Plantation Midlands region. The population is about 50,000 people. Valdosta…

Castleton

Peveril Castle and Castleton Castleton is in the Peak District in England. . . . Castleton . . . Castleton is a small town in the Peak District National Park…

John Bonham-Carter (1817–1884)

John Bonham-CarterDLJP (13 October 1817 – 26 November 1884) was an EnglishLiberal politician. John Bonham-Carter DLJP Chairman of Ways and Means In office1872–1874 Preceded by John George Dodson Succeeded by…