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  • Max van Beurden
    Max van Beurden (25 December 1930 – 28 October 2006) was a Dutch footballer.[1] He played in five matches for the Netherlands national football team from 1953 to 1954.[2] Dutch […]
  • Piet Spel
    Piet Spel (18 April 1924 – 9 March 2007) was a Dutch footballer.[1] He played in one match for the Netherlands national football team in 1948.[2] Dutch footballer Piet Spel […]
  • Bihar
    Bihar is a state in Northern India. It lies on the Gangetic plain, with Uttar Pradesh to its west, West Bengal to its east, Jharkhand to its south and Nepal […]
  • Fleetwood
    Fleetwood is a seaside resort and fishing town, in Lancashire, in the North West of England. Fleetwood Marine Hall and Leisure Centre Fleetwood seafront Fleetwood is surrounded on 3 sides […]
  • Enrico Alberto d’Albertis
    Enrico Alberto d’Albertis (23 March 1846 – 3 March 1932) was an Italian navigator, writer, philologist, ethnologist and philanthropist. His cousin Luigi Maria d’Albertis was also an explorer and naturalists. […]
  • 2007 Speedway Grand Prix of Latvia
    The 2007 Speedway Grand Prix of Latvia was the eighth race of the 2007 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on 25 August in the Latvijas Spīdveja Centrs stadium […]
  • Balázs Birtalan
    Balázs Birtalan (October 12, 1969 – May 14, 2016)[1] was a Hungarian author, poet, publicist, and psychotherapist, mostly known for his participation in the gay Christian movement in Hungary. He […]
  • 1998 IAAF World Cross Country Championships – Senior men’s race
    The Senior men’s race at the 1998 IAAF World Cross Country Championships was held in Marrakech, Morocco, at the Menara district on March 22, 1998. Reports on the event were […]
  • Salt to the Sea
    Salt to the Sea is a 2016 historical fiction young adult novel by Ruta Sepetys (book cover illustration and design by Matt Jones i UK). It tells the story of […]
  • Kakadu National Park
    Kakadu National Park is in the Northern Territory of Australia, 171 km east of Darwin. The national park is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu […]
  • Mrs Globe Australia
    Ms Globe Australia is an Australian national beauty pageant held annually open to women aged over 25[1] or who are married or parents. The pageant focuses not only on beauty […]
  • Krstimir Pantić
    Krstimir Pantić (Serbian Cyrillic: Крстимир Пантић; born 1972) is a Kosovo Serb politician. He served as mayor of northern Kosovska Mitrovica from 2010 to 2013. He was re-elected to the […]
  • Bansko
    Bansko is in SouthwestBulgaria. It is the birthplace of the Bulgarian revival movement. . . . Bansko . . . Bansko Town in Summer Bansko in winter Bansko mountains in […]
  • John Fowler (British Army officer)
    Lieutenant GeneralSir John Sharman Fowler, KCB, KCMG, DSO (29 July 1864 – 20 September 1939) was a British Army engineer officer who specialised on telegraph on signals, and who was […]
  • Formula One Championship Edition
    Formula One Championship Edition is a racing video game developed by Studio Liverpool and published by Sony Computer Entertainment exclusively for PlayStation 3. This article is about the 2007 video […]
  • Koszalin
    Koszalin is a city of over 100,000 inhabitants in Zachodniopomorskie, Poland. Located close to the Baltic Sea Koszalin offers visitors a mixture of Gothic architecture and nearby sea resorts. It […]
  • Big Corn Island
    Big Corn Island lies approximately 50 miles (70 km) off the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua. . . . Big Corn Island . . . Great Corn Island was colonized by […]
  • Space Florida
    Space Florida is the aerospace economic development agency of the State of Florida. The agency was created by consolidating three existing state space entities into a single new organization via […]
  • Vila Franca de Xira
    Vila Franca de Xira is a city and municipality in Ribatejo, Portugal. . . . Vila Franca de Xira . . . Vila Franca de Xira (VEE-luh FRUHN-kah d(ih) SHEE-ruh, […]
  • St Peter’s Church, Handsworth
    St Peter’s Church, Handsworth is a Grade II listed former Church of England parish church in Birmingham[1] now used by a Church of God (Seventh Day) congregation. Church in West […]
  • Como-Harriet Streetcar Line
    The Como-Harriet Streetcar Line (CHSL) is a heritage streetcar line in Minneapolis, Minnesota, which follows original streetcar right-of-way between Lake Harriet and Bde Maka Ska and is operated by the […]
  • A Portrait of Merle Haggard
    A Portrait of Merle Haggard is the tenth studio album by American recording artist Merle Haggard and The Strangers, released September 2, 1969. 1969 studio album by Merle Haggard and […]
  • Shamsh Kassim-Lakha
    Shamsh Kassim-Lakha’s (Sitara-e-Imtiaz, Hilal-e-Imtiaz, Officier de l’Ordre National du Mérite) career is characterized by entrepreneurial leadership of diplomatic, educational, healthcare, manufacturing, and venture capital institutions of the Aga Khan Development […]
  • Browningia candelaris
    Browningia candelaris is a species of cactus from northern Chile and southern Peru. It has a distinctive growth habit, with a straight spiny trunk topped by more-or-less spineless thinner branches. […]
  • Gonzalo González (footballer, born 1993)
    Gonzalo Federico González Pereyra (born 7 October 1993) is an Uruguayan professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Albirex Niigata.[1] Uruguayan footballer Not to be confused with Gonzalo González […]
  • Matjaž Trbovc
    Matjaž Trbovc (born 11 September 1989) is a Slovenia judoka.[1][2] Slovenian judoka Matjaž Trbovc Personal information Nationality Slovenian Born (1989-09-11) 11 September 1989 (age 32) Occupation Judoka Sport Country Slovenia Sport […]
  • HMS Speedwell (1889)
    HMS Speedwell was a Sharpshooter-class torpedo gunboat of the British Royal Navy. She was built at Devonport Dockyard from 188–1890. She was converted to a minesweeper in 1909 and continued […]
  • Ted Halstead
    Ted Halstead (July 25, 1968 – September 2, 2020) was an American author, policy entrepreneur,[2] and public speaker[1] who has founded four non-profit think tanks and advocacy organizations: the Climate […]
  • 1970 Villanova Wildcats football team
    The 1970 Villanova Wildcats football team represented the Villanova University during the 1970 NCAA University Division football season. The head coach was Lou Ferry, coaching his first season with the […]
  • East Pakistan first-class cricket teams
    Between the 1954–55 and 1970–71 seasons, 13 first-class cricket teams from East Pakistan played in the Pakistan domestic cricket competitions, the Quaid-i-Azam Trophy and the Ayub Trophy. With the creation […]
  • History of birth control
    The history of birth control, also known as contraception and fertility control, refers to the methods or devices that have been historically used to prevent pregnancy.[1] Planning and provision of […]
  • Lifehouse (album)
    Lifehouse is the self-titled third studio album by pop rock band Lifehouse. It was released in 2005 on Geffen Records. For the project by The Who, see Lifehouse (rock opera). […]
  • Alan Fletcher (actor)
    Alan Fletcher (born 30 March 1957) is an Australian actor of stage, television and film. He is also a musician. He is best known for his role as Karl Kennedy […]
  • Eagle syndrome
    Eagle syndrome (also termed stylohyoid syndrome,[1]styloid syndrome,[2]styloid-stylohyoid syndrome,[2] or styloid–carotid artery syndrome)[3] is a rare condition commonly characterized but not limited to sudden, sharp nerve-like pain in the jaw bone […]
  • Meadow Lake
    Meadow Lake is a small city of 5,300 (2016) in Northern Saskatchewan. The city borders the Flying Dust First Nation No. 105 reserve. Meadow Lake City Hall . . . […]
  • Sandwich (England)
    Sandwich is a village in Kent. The Earl of Sandwich is noted for the ‘creation’ of the sandwich snack. River Stour at Sandwich Sandwich is one of the Cinque Ports, […]
  • Instant Replay (The Monkees album)
    Instant Replay is the seventh studio album by the Monkees. Issued 11 months after the cancellation of the group’s NBC television series, it is also the first album released after […]
  • Stevan Sinđelić
    Stevan Sinđelić (Serbian Cyrillic: Стеван Синђелић; 1771 – 19 May 1809) was a Serbian revolutionary commander in Resava, who fought during the First Serbian Uprising (1804-1813) against Ottoman rule. As […]
  • John Zápolya
    John Zápolya, or John Szapolyai (Hungarian: Szapolyai János or Zápolya János, Croatian: Ivan Zapolja, Romanian: Ioan Zápolya, Slovak: Ján Zápoľský; 1490 or 1491 – 22 July 1540), was King of […]
  • New Orleans/Eastern New Orleans
    Eastern New Orleans, sometimes called “New Orleans East”, is a large area of New Orleans to the north east of the older central portion of the city. On Lake St […]
  • Inna Stepanova
    Inna Stepanova Personal information Full name Inna Yakovlevna Stepanova Born (1990-04-17) 17 April 1990 (age 31)Ulan-Ude, Buryatia, Russian SFSR Sport Country  Russia Sport Archery Event(s) recurve Medal record Women’s archery Representing  Russia […]
  • Udon Thani
    Udon Thani (อุดรธานี, also Udorn Thanee) is a city in the Isaan region of Thailand. Often referred to as simply Udon or Udorn (อุดร), the city should not be confused […]
  • Sarasota
    Sarasota is a popular city on the Gulf Coast of Southwest Florida. It is known for its vibrant arts community, excellent restaurants, unique shopping, and beautiful beaches. Sarasota, although a […]
  • Italian ironclad Principe di Carignano
    Principe di Carignano was the lead ship of the Principe di Carignano class of ironclad warships built for the Italian Regia Marina in the 1860s. She was the first ironclad […]
  • Corvus
    Corvus is a widely distributed genus of medium-sized to large birds in the family Corvidae. The genus includes species commonly known as crows, ravens and rooks; there is no consistent […]
  • Sir William Glasgow Memorial
    The Sir William Glasgow Memorial is a heritage-listed statue of Sir William Glasgow in Post Office Square at 270 Queen Street, Brisbane CBD, City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It was […]
  • Bulaqs
    The Bulaqs were a Turkic tribe from the Karluks tribal union located in the Altai Mountains.[1][2] The tribe was attested in the Middle Ages and was eventually conquered by the […]
  • Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
    Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (SHIA, CGK  IATA), in Western Java serves Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, the wider Greater Jakarta metropolitan area, and a large part of Western Java. Landing at Soekarno Hatta […]
  • Koanga
    Koanga is an opera written between 1896 and 1897, with music by Frederick Delius and a libretto by Charles Francis Keary, inspired partly by the book The Grandissimes: A Story […]
  • Monte San Petrone massif
    The Monte San Petrone massif (French: Massif du Monte San Petrone) is a chain of mountains in the northeast of the island of Corsica, France. It takes its name from […]
  • Saleyevka
    Saleyevka (Russian: Салеевка) is a rural locality (Russian: село, lit. ‘village‘) in Glebovsky Selsoviet Rural Settlement, Fatezhsky District, Kursk Oblast, Russia. Population: 111 (2010 Census);[2] 162 (2002 Census);[6] Rural locality in Kursk Oblast, […]
  • Bei Zeng
    Bei Zeng (Chinese: 曾蓓) is a Chinese quantum information theorist at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, where she is a professor of physics,[1] and director of the […]
  • Miles Simon
    Miles Julian Simon (born November 21, 1975) is an American basketball coach and former player who is the head coach for the South Bay Lakers of the NBA G League. […]
  • Rhymes of Northern Bards
    Rhymes of Northern Bards (full title – “Rhymes of Northern Bards: being a curious collection of old and new Songs and Poems, Peculiar to the Counties of Newcastle, Northumberland and […]
  • Mexico City/Polanco
    Polanco refers to an area of Mexico City north of Chapultepec Park. This district is delimited by Paseo de la Reforma to the south, Boulevard Manuel Avila Camacho (aka Periférico) […]
  • High Court of Justice for the trial of Charles I
    The High Court of Justice was the court established by the Rump Parliament to try Charles I, King of England, Scotland and Ireland. Even though this was an ad hoc […]
  • Football at the National Games of China
    Men’s football (soccer) was a Chinese National Games sport since the first edition. Women’s football competition began in 1987. Since 1997, the age limit for men’s teams is under-20. Two […]
  • USS Amador
    USS Amador (AK-158) was an Alamosa-class cargo ship commissioned by the US Navy for service in World War II. She was responsible for delivering troops, goods and equipment to locations […]
  • List of Ottawa Football Clubs head coaches
    The following is an incomplete list of Ottawa Football Clubs head coaches in the Canadian Football League (CFL) and preceding Interprovincial Rugby Football Union (IRFU), Quebec Rugby Football Union (QRFU), […]
  • National Register of Historic Places listings in Tulsa County, Oklahoma
    This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Location of Tulsa County in Oklahoma This is intended to be a complete list […]
  • General Council of the Judiciary
    Vice president SC Not to be confused with General Commissariat of Judiciary Police. General Council of the Judiciary Established 1978; 43 years ago (1978) Location Madrid Composition method Members elected by the […]
  • 2001 Cincinnati Bengals season
    The 2001 Cincinnati Bengals season was the franchise’s 34th year in professional football and its 32nd with the National Football League. In the first full season with Dick LeBeau as […]
  • Cyrillization of German
    Latin-scriptGerman words are transcribed into Cyrillic-script languages according to rules based on pronunciation. Because German orthography is largely phonemic, transcription into Cyrillic follows relatively simple rules. This article includes a […]
  • 2010 Centrobasket
    The 2010 Men’s Central American and Caribbean Basketball Championship, also known as 2010Centrobasket, was hosted in the Dominican Republic. This edition was the first time that the Centrobasket featured ten […]
  • Inventory (library and archive)
    An inventory is the one method that libraries and archives use to determine whether some items in their collection are in need of preservation or conservation activities. A modern inventory […]
  • St. Nahi’s Church, Dundrum
    St. Nahi is an 18th-century church in Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland. St. Nahi’s Church . . . St. Nahi’s Church, Dundrum . . . The name Taney derives from Tigh Naithi […]
  • Mark Charles
    Mark R. Charles is a Native American activist, public speaker, consultant, and author[1] on Native American issues, as well as a journalist, blogger, Reformed pastor, and computer programmer.[2][3] He was […]
  • Barcelona/Ciutat Vella
    Ciutat Vella (Catalan for Old city) is, as its name suggests, the oldest part of Barcelona. Centred along the Las Ramblas boulevard, it includes Barcelona’s old port as well as […]
  • Khiyarat Dannun
    Khiyarat Dannun (Arabic: خيارة دنون‎, also spelled Khiara) is a village in the Rif Dimashq Governorate in southern Syria south of Damascus. Nearby localities include Khan Dannun to the west, […]
  • Sodražica
    Sodražica (pronounced [ˈsoːdɾaʒitsa]; German: Soderschitz[2]) is a town in southern Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Sodražica. It is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and […]
  • Helen Donis-Keller
    Helen Donis-Keller is the Michael E. Moody Professor and Professor of Biology and Art at Olin College of Engineering in Needham, Massachusetts. Biology and art professor Helen R. Donis-Keller Alma mater […]
  • Lead cycle
    The lead cycle is the biogeochemical cycle of lead through the atmosphere, lithosphere, biosphere, and hydrosphere, which has been influenced by anthropogenic activities. Simplified schematic of the lead cycle. All […]
  • Order of Flemish Militants
    The Order of Flemish Militants (Dutch: Vlaamse Militanten Orde or VMO) – originally the Flemish Militants Organisation (Vlaamse Militanten Organisatie) – was a Flemishnationalist activist group in Belgium defending far-right […]
  • 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship qualification
    The 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship qualification was a women’s football competition which decided the participating teams of the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship. A total of eight […]
  • Terry Evanshen
    Terrence Anthony “Terry” Evanshen (born June 13, 1944) is a motivational speaker and former star receiver in the Canadian Football League. Terry Evanshen No. 25 Born: (1944-06-13) June 13, 1944 (age 77)Montreal, […]
  • Bang Khae Subdistrict, Bangkok
    Bang Khae (Thai: บางแค, pronounced [bāːŋ kʰɛ̄ː]) is a khwaeng (subdistrict) of Bang Khae District, in Bangkok, Thailand. In 2020, it had a total population of 38,915 people.[2] Khwaeng in […]
  • 2022 Super Formula Lights
    The 2022 Super Formula Lights Championship is scheduled to be the third Super Formula Lights Championship season, after the Japanese Formula 3 Championship was rebranded following the end of the […]
  • Drežnice
    Drežnice is a village in the municipality of Kreševo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.[1] Village in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina Drežnice Village Drežnice Coordinates: 43.8740421°N 18.0753975°E / 43.8740421; […]
  • Philip John Whitcombe
    Philip John Whitcombe (born 11 November 1928) is a former English first-class cricketer who played 34 matches between 1949 and 1953. 26 of these were for Oxford University, and eight […]
  • Nursing assessment
    Nursing assessment is the gathering of information about a patient‘s physiological, psychological, sociological, and spiritual status by a licensed Registered Nurse. Nursing assessment is the first step in the nursing […]
  • Automobile folklore
    The major effects of the automobile on societies include the development of diverse customs and traditions. Car accident omen This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss […]
  • Bent (song)
    “Bent” is a rock ballad[1] by American alternative rock band Matchbox Twenty. It was shipped to radio on April 7, 2000, as the lead single from their second album, Mad […]
  • Spoon-billed sandpiper
    The spoon-billed sandpiper (Calidris pygmaea) is a small wader which breeds in northeastern Russia and winters in Southeast Asia. This species is highly threatened, and it is said that since […]
  • Lyubitskoye, Kurchatovsky District, Kursk Oblast
    Lyubitskoye (Russian: Любицкое) is a rural locality (a village) in Druzhnensky Selsoviet Rural Settlement, Kurchatovsky District, Kursk Oblast, Russia. Population: 81 (2010 Census);[2] 142 (2002 Census);[6] For other uses, see Lyubitskoye. Rural […]
  • Smokey Robinson
    William “Smokey” Robinson Jr. (born February 19, 1940) is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and former record executive director. Robinson was the founder and front man of the Motown […]
  • Anna Dodge
    Anna Dodge (October 18, 1867 – May 4, 1945) was an American silent filmactress. Actress (1867–1945) For the multi-millionaire, see Anna Thompson Dodge. This article does not cite any sources. […]
  • Punakaiki Marine Reserve
    Punakaiki Marine Reserve is a marine reserve administered by the Department of Conservation. The reserve includes the area of sea surrounding the pancake rocks and blowholes at Dolomite Point, at […]
  • Napa
    Napa is in the state of California 50 miles north of San Francisco in the southern end of scenic Napa Valley. . . . Napa . . . Map of […]
  • John Peel
    John Robert Parker RavenscroftOBE (30 August 1939 – 25 October 2004), known professionally as John Peel, was an English disc jockey, radio presenter, record producer and journalist. He was the […]
  • Jean Majerus
    Jean Majerus (6 February 1914 in Luxembourg City – 16 June 1983 in Esch-sur-Alzette) was a professional Luxembourgian cyclist from 1936 to 1947. Jean had a younger brother, Jacques Majerus, […]
  • Cameron Nordli-Kelemeti
    Cameron Nordli-Kelemeti (born 20 September 1999)[1] is a Fijian rugby union player for Newcastle Falcons in Premiership Rugby, the top division of English rugby union. His primary position is scrum […]
  • Federal Neuro Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba
    The Federal Neuro Psychiatric Hospital, also known as Yaba Psychiatric Hospital or Yaba Left, is a NigerianFederalpsychiatric hospital in Yaba, a suburb of Lagos.[1] Hospital in Lagos State, Nigeria Federal […]
  • John William Tripe
    John William Tripe (26 February 1821 – 7 April 1892) was an English physician of the Victorian era and President of the Royal Meteorological Society (1871–72). John William Tripe Tripe […]
  • All Together Now (Better Than Ezra album)
    All Together Now is the eighth studio album by the New Orleans-based rock group Better Than Ezra, released on September 9, 2014.[5] It is available on CD, vinyl and as […]
  • Tobias Ludvigsson
    Tobias Ludvigsson (born 22 February 1991) is a Swedish cyclist who currently rides for UCI WorldTeamGroupama–FDJ.[4] Swedish cyclist Tobias Ludvigsson Personal information Full name Tobias Ludvigsson Born (1991-02-22) 22 February 1991 […]
  • 2014–15 Stanford Cardinal men’s basketball team
    The 2014–15 Stanford Cardinal men’s basketball team represented Stanford University during the 2014–15 NCAA Division I men’s basketball season. The Cardinal, led by seventh year head coach Johnny Dawkins, played […]
  • 2007 Coupe de la Ligue Final
    The 2007 Coupe de la Ligue Final was a football match held at Stade de France, Saint-Denis on 31 March 2007, that saw FC Girondins de Bordeaux defeat Olympique Lyonnais […]
  • Spanish ship San Antonio (1785)
    San Antonio was a 74-gun, two-decked, third-rateship of the line built for the Spanish Navy and launched in Cartagena in 1785. She was present under Captain Salvador Medina at the […]
  • Walter Leaf
    Sir Walter Leaf (26 November 1852, Upper Norwood[1] – 8 March 1927, Torquay) was an English banker, classical scholar and psychical researcher. He published a benchmark edition of Homer’s Iliad […]
  • Cameron Tringale
    Cameron Joseph Tringale (born August 24, 1987) is an American professional golfer. Born in Mission Viejo, California, Tringale was a three-time NCAAAll-American at Georgia Tech. He earned PGA Tour cards […]