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Paulina (wife of Pammachius)

Paulina (died c. 397) was a late Roman aristocrat and philanthropist, who was the wife of Pammachius and the daughter of St Paula. Letters of condolence were written at her death…

Kofu

Kōfu (甲府市Kōfu-shi) is the capital of Yamanashi Prefecture. Shosenkyo Gorge . . . Kofu . . . Coming from Tokyo on the Chuo Line, there are limited express trains from…

Jason Buaillon

Jason Jean Luc Buaillon (born 5 October 1991) is a French footballer who plays for Créteil as a left back or defensive midfielder. French footballer Jason Buaillon Personal information Full…

Tameside

Tameside is a borough on the east side of Greater Manchester, with Ashton-under-Lyne its main town. The River Tame, which in the 19th century powered the local cotton mills, was…

Chasmogamy

Chasmogamy, is a plant reproductive mechanism in which pollination occurs in chasmogamous flowers. Chasmogamous flowers are commonly showy with open petals encircling exposed reproductive parts. Chasmogamous stems from Greek for…

Princess (TV series)

Princess (stylized as Prince$$) is a Canadian television series hosted by Gail Vaz-Oxlade that premiered in 2010, and ran original programming until 2012 (three seasons). The program is similar in…

Operation Abirey-Halev

Operation Abirey-Halev or Operation Abirey-lev, also known as Operation Stouthearted Men, code-named Operation Gazelle (Hebrew: מבצע אבירי לב‎, Arabic: ثغرة الدفرسوار‎), is an Israeli operation that took place in the…

Athletics at the 1989 South Pacific Mini Games

Athletics competitions at the 1989 South Pacific Mini Games were held at the Teufaiva Stadium in Nukuʻalofa, Tonga, between August 24–30, 1989. Athletics at the III South Pacific Mini Games…

Fashion for Relief

Fashion for Relief is a charitable organization founded in 2005 that has raised funds for various environmental and humanitarian causes. In 2005, Naomi Campbell[1] founded two charities, “We love Brazil”…

Swedish units of measurement

In Sweden, a common system for weights and measures was introduced by law in 1665. Before that, there were a number of local variants. The system was slightly revised in…