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Samuel Howard (soccer)

Howard was signed by Fresno FC of the United Soccer League on April 13, 2018, for the remainder of the USL Season. Howard was signed after trialing with the Chicago Fire prior to the start of the 2018 Major League Soccer season. Howard was re-sig ...

                                               

Luis Viana Neto

Luis Viana Neto is a lawyer, businessman and politician who was a federal deputy, senator and deputy governor of Bahia.

                                               

Muhlhausen (disambiguation)

Muhlhausen is a city in Thuringia, Germany. Muhlhausen, German for "mill houses", may also refer to: Muhlhausen Kraichgau, municipality in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany Muhlhausen, Upper Palatinate, in the district of Neumarkt, Bavaria Muhlhausen be ...

                                               

Kuzma Trubnikov

Kuzma Petrovich Trubnikov was a Soviet military commander, reaching the rank of colonel-general in the Red Army.

                                               

Wide Open

Wideopen or Wide Open, a village in North Tyneside, Tyne & Wear Wideopen Plantation, a wood near Norham in Northumberland Wideopen Islands, a group of islands off the coast of the Antarctic Peninsula Wideopen, a hamlet or just a farm near Kelso i ...

                                               

Master of the Wasservass Calvary

The Master of the Wasservass Calvary is the notname for a painter active in Cologne between 1415 and 1435. He is relatively unusual in Cologne art of his time, owing more to Burgundian manuscript illuminating and Early Netherlandish painting of t ...

                                               

Scheme

The Scheme band, an English pop band Horace Schemer, a fictional character in the TV series Shining Time Station Schemee, a fictional child character and Schemers nephew in the TV Series Shining Time Station The Scheme, an action role-playing vid ...

                                               

Exiled in America

Exiled in America is a 1992 American drama film written and directed by Paul Leder and starring Maxwell Caulfield, Edward Albert, Viveca Lindfors, Kamala Lopez, Stella Stevens and Wings Hauser. It is based on William W. Nortons play of the same name.

                                               

Brighton and Hove National Spiritualist Church

Brighton and Hove National Spiritualist Church, known until 2019 as Brighton National Spiritualist Church, is a Spiritualist place of worship in the Carlton Hill area of Brighton, part of the English seaside city of Brighton and Hove. Since its a ...

                                               

Teddi Jenkins

Edwina "Teddi" Jenkins is an English born Australian former short track speed skater and long track speed skater. As a short track speed skater she became ten times 500m champion and won a total of 48 titles between 1954 and 1969.

                                               

Saint Amelia

Saint Amelia may refer to: Amelberga of Susteren, a 9th-century Dutch nun and saint November 21 Amalberga of Maubeuge, a 7th-century Frankish nun and saint July 10 Saint Amelia, Queen of Hungary Sainte Amelie, reine de Hongrie unidentified saint. ...

                                               

White buffalo (disambiguation)

White buffalo are bison that are white in color, instead of the usual brown. Several Native American religions consider them to be sacred signs. White buffalo may also refer to:

                                               

Praying mantis (disambiguation)

Praying Mantis band, a New Wave of British Heavy Metal band Praying Mantis film, an American psychological thriller film Praying Mantis 1983 film, a film directed by Jack Gold

                                               

Chahar

Chahar Province, a former province of China named after them Chahar Right Front Banner, in Inner Mongolia, China Chahar Right Middle Banner, in Inner Mongolia, China Chakhar Mongolian Chakhar, a Mongolian dialect spoken by the Chahar tribe Chahar ...

                                               

Huangqi, Lianjiang County

Huangqi is a town in Lianjiang County, Fuzhou, Fujian, China. Huangqi is located on the Huangqi Peninsula / Beijiao Peninsula and is bordered to the east by the town of Tailu, to the west by the township of Ankai and to the south by the East Chin ...

                                               

Dreamtime Cultural Centre

The Dreamtime Cultural Centre is an Indigenous cultural arts and education centre in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. Situated on the Bruce Highway in the suburb of Parkhurst at the northern entrance to the city, the centre was established to ...

                                               

Allery Sandy

Sandy was born in Roebourne to parents Sandy Andrews and Lila King. She is the fourth-eldest of their eleven children. Allery was first employed at the Community Welfares second-hand clothes shop, and subsequently ran a play group for underprivil ...

                                               

Jitendra Kumar Soni

Jitendra Kumar Soni is an Indian civil servant and Hindi author who served as Collector and Magistrate for Jhalawar district in Rajasthan. He is incumbent project director for Rajasthan Urban Infrastructure Development Project of the Government o ...

                                               

Rajpur Rural Municipality

Rajpur Rural Municipality is a municipal unit in Dang district in western Nepal. It was formed by a combination of the erstwhile Bela and Rajpur Village Development Committees. The center of the Rural Municipality is located at Gangdi. Geography ...

                                               

Kanak Pal

Kanak Pal, also known as Raja Kanakpal of Paramara dynasty was the founder of Garhwal Kingdom and the first independent ruler of the entire Garhwal state. He possible reigned in 823 AD or earlier.

                                               

Shahriari

Shahriari-ye Olya, Yazd Province, Iran Shahriari, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, Iran Shahriari, Isfahan, Iran Shahriyari, Kerman, Iran Shahriari, Nik Shahr, Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran Shahriari-ye Sofla, Yazd Province, Iran Shahriari, Zab ...

                                               

Sutan Mohammad Amin Nasution

Mr. Sutan Mohammad Amin Nasution, also known by his birth name Krueng Raba Nasution was an Acehnese–Mandailing lawyer and politician. Born in Aceh from an Acehnese father and Mandailing mom, Nasution became an attorney after finishing his studies ...

                                               

Japanese cargo ship Hakuyo Maru (1944)

She was laid down in 1944 at the Osaka shipyard of Namura Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. jp:名村造船所, for the benefit of Toyo Kisen Kaisha Co., Ltd. jp:東洋汽船, Tokyo. She was one of 92 Wartime Standard Type D Cargo Ships laid down in 1944–1945 and on ...

                                               

Little by Little

"Little by Little", a song by Radiohead on the album The King of Limbs "Little by Little", a song by Mel London "Little by Little" Oasis song, 2002 "Little by Little", a song by Supertramp on their album Slow Motion "Little by Little", a song by ...

                                               

Annmarie Sairrino

Annmarie Sairrino Bailey is an American film producer and president of Akatsuki Entertainment USA, a division of Japanese mobile game developer Akatsuki Inc. She is known for developing and producing film projects based on existing Japanese intel ...

                                               

List of Dia Art Foundation locations and sites

There are 11 locations and sites The Dia Art Foundation considers part of its constellation of art museums and long-term instalations. Dia breaks its holdings into two distinct categories; locations and sites. "Locations" include museum structure ...

                                               

Fake & True

Fake & True is a song recorded by South Korean girl group Twice. It was released by Warner Music Japan on October 18, 2019, as the third single from their second Japanese studio album &Twice.

                                               

Shroud (disambiguation)

A shroud is a burial cloth. Shroud may also refer to: In arts and entertainment: Shroud novel, by John Banville Shroud, a term in Magic: The Gathering Shroud video game player born 1994 Fumine Sonozaki, a fictional villain in the Japanese TV seri ...

                                               

Sena Kana

Sena Kana is a Japanese pop singer. Her 2018 single, "Truth or Dare", appeared on various European charts, including at number 1 on Frances Digital Song Sales chart. Her 2019 single, "Up", featured Wiz Khalifa and Sheppard. The song was certified ...

                                               

A. maculata

A. maculata may refer to: Arctia maculata, a European moth Alaena maculata, a Congolese butterfly Afroneta maculata, a sheet weaver Amoria maculata, a sea snail Aloe maculata, a succulent plant Allotoca maculata, a fish endemic to Mexico Acmadeni ...

                                               

Sadamitsu (disambiguation)

Sadamitsu, Tokushima, A former town in Tokushima, Japan. Now part of the town of Tsurugi, Tokushima Sadamitsu Station, A station in Tsurugi, Tokushima.

                                               

Do Communists Have Better Sex?

Do Communists Have Better Sex? is a 2006 German documentary film directed by Andre Meier. The documentary compares the sexuality manifested by the people of Germany during the period in which it was divided into a Western and an Eastern part. The ...

                                               

Revolutionary Communist League

The Revolutionary Communist League can refer to one of several different parties: Revolutionary Communist League of Britain Revolutionary Communist League Mexico Liga Communista Revolutionario Revolutionary Communist League Spain Liga Comunista R ...

                                               

MFB

MFB may refer to: Marxist Forward Bloc, a political party in India Medial forebrain bundle, a tract containing fibers from the basal olfactory regions, the periamygdaloid region and the septal nuclei Metropolitan Fire Brigade Melbourne, one of th ...

                                               

Modern capitalist society

Modern capitalist society is a term used to describe a type of capitalist society in which a capitalist class of "new elites" and "old elites" concerned with maximizing their wealth secures a political system that serves and protects their intere ...

                                               

Oh, Father

Oh! Father film オー!ファーザー Ō! Fāzā, 2013 Japanese film based on the novel Oh! Father オー!ファーザー Ō! Fāzā by Kotaro Isaka 2010 Oh, Father!, see Oh, Brother! TV series

                                               

Lion man

Lion man or similar may mean: Fuun Lion-Maru, 1973 Japanese tokusatsu production known as Lion-Man outside Japan The Lion Man 1936 film, an American film Craig Busch born 1964, big cat expert Narasimha, an avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu The Lion ...

                                               

Shibi

Shibi may refer to: Shibi king, a figure in Hindu and Buddhist mythology Shibi roof tile, a roof ornament in Japanese traditional architecture Shibi Khan, 9th khagan of the Gokturk empire, a rebel against Chinese suzerainty, reigned 611–619 CE

                                               

9th Division

9th Infantry Division Philippines, Spear Division 9th Division Imperial Japanese Army 9th Highland Infantry Division, World War II 9th Infantry Division Greece 9th Division Iraq 9th Infantry Division United States 9th Infantry Division Wehrmacht, ...

                                               

Asashio

Japanese destroyer Asashio 1902, a Shirakumo -class destroyer of the Imperial Japanese Navy during the Russo-Japanese War Japanese destroyer Asashio 1936, lead ship of the 1936 Asashio class Asashio -class destroyer, a class of ten destroyers of ...

                                               

Ouroboros (disambiguation)

"Ouroboros" Andromeda, an episode of the TV series Andromeda "Ouroboros" Charlie Jade, an episode of the TV series Charlie Jade "Ouroboros" Shameless, an episode of the TV series Shameless "Ouroboros" Fear the Walking Dead, an episode of the TV s ...

                                               

Yuji

Yuji or Yu Ji may refer to: Consort Yu 虞姬; Yuji, the concubine of Xiang Yu, subject of the play Farewell My Concubine Gan Ji, a Taoist who lived in the late Han Dynasty. His name was believed to be misspelled as "Yu Ji". Yūji, a common masculin ...

                                               

Motoko Fujishiro Huthwaite

Motoko Fujishiro Huthwaite was an American teacher. She served during World War II, with the Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives program. In 2015, she was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal.

                                               

Hamp

Sven-Erik Hamp, Swedish periodontist who classified dental furcation defects Lionel Hampton 1908–2002, American jazz musician Eric P. Hamp 1920–2019, American linguist Hamp Tanner 1927–2004, American football player

                                               

Atomos

Atomos may refer to: Atom, a basic unit of matter in science "Atomos" Atoms, Portuguese song by Zeze Di Camargo & Luciano from Zeze Di Camargo & Luciano 2005 8th Atomos, album by Seo Taiji Atomos, a Denver-based startup that develops nuclear-powe ...

                                               

Lookout Mountain (disambiguation)

Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, a town in Hamilton County, Tennessee, U.S. Lookout Mountain, Alabama, a census-designated place CDP in Alabama, U.S. Lookout Mountain, Georgia, a city in Walker County, Georgia, U.S.

                                               

United Hebrew Congregation

Blackpool United Hebrew Congregation, Blackpool, England United Hebrew Congregation closed in 2000, Torquay, England Newcastle United Hebrew Congregation, in the former Leazes Park Synagogue, Newcastle upon Tyne, England

                                               

ZingChart

Thomas_Powell_ is the lead architect of the product. The product was first demonstrated and thought up in the early 2000s while making software to track users mouse movement on a web page. The idea became viable when the team had made an internal ...

                                               

Shon (given name)

Shon is a given name. Notable people with the name include: Shon Faye, British writer Shon J. Manasco born 1970, American businessman, United States Under Secretary of the Air Force Shon Siemonek, New Zealand-born rugby union player Shon Hopwood ...

                                               

Yang Hak-jin

Hak-jin is the stage name of Yang Hak-jin, is a South Korean model and actor. He was born on August 16, 1991, he was a former professional volleyball player for 10 years before a knee injury ended his career. He gained recognition after appearing ...