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Ralph Bevins

Ralph E. "Ike" Bevins was an American ice hockey goaltender who captained Boston University to their appearance in the 1950 national championship game.

                                               

Cardiff (disambiguation)

Cardiff, New Jersey Cardiff, New York, a hamlet Cardiff, Maryland Cardiff, Alabama, a small town Cardiff, Illinois, a ghost town Cardiff, Tennessee, a former company town Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Encinitas, California

                                               

Nike Vaporfly and Tokyo 2020 Olympics Controversy

In 2017 Nike released the Nike Vaporfly shoe, which was advertised as "ultra-lightweight, soft and capable of providing up to 85-percent energy return." This shoe became the focus of claims that they were a form of mechanical doping and that they ...

                                               

Challenger Stakes

The Challenger Stakes is a Grade III American Thoroughbred horse race for horses four years old or older over a distance of ​ 1 ⁄ 16 miles on the dirt track in early March at Tampa Bay Downs, Oldsmar, Florida. The event currently carries a purse ...

                                               

Harlequin (Shadowrun)

Harlequin is a 151-page book designed by Tome Dowd, Ken St. Andre, John Faughnan, W. G. Armintrout, Jerry Epperson, Paul R. Hume, Lester W. Smith, and James L. Long. The various adventures in the book are specifically designed to be interspersed ...

                                               

Kiamichi (horse)

Kiamichi was sired by Sidestep, who won the Pago Stakes, the Royal Sovereign Stakes and was runner-up in the Golden Slipper Stakes. Kiamichi proved to be Sidesteps first ever winning progeny.

                                               

Masterton (disambiguation)

Masterton is a large town in New Zealand. Other uses for Masterton include: Masterton Trophy, a National Hockey League award named after Bill Masterton Masterton soccer, a soccer club based in Masterton, New Zealand that merged with Carterton in ...

                                               

Mount Arriva

Mount Arriva is an 8.215 ft elevation mountain summit located in the North Cascades in the U.S. state of Washington. It is situated in North Cascades National Park, on the shared border of Chelan County and Skagit County. Despite its position onl ...

                                               

Groves

Groves may refer to Groves surname, including a list of people with the surname Groves Dictionary of Music and Musicians, an earlier version of The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians USS Groves DE-543, a U.S. Navy destroyer escort cancel ...

                                               

2019–20 Kansas State Wildcats womens basketball team

The 2019–20 Kansas State Wildcats womens basketball team represented Kansas State University in the 2019–20 NCAA Division I womens basketball season. The Wildcats were led by sixth-year head coach Jeff Mittie. They played their home games at Bram ...

                                               

Evander Holyfield vs. Dwight Muhammad Qawi II

On August 15, 1987, Evander Holyfield would make the third successful defense of his WBA cruiserweight title and first of the IBF version by defeating Ossie Ocasio via 11th-round knockout, while on the undercard Dwight Muhammad Qawi would knockou ...

                                               

Comiskey

Comiskey may refer to: Comiskey, Kansas, a ghost town New Comiskey Park, the White Sox playing venue since 1991 Comiskey Park, a ballpark in which the Chicago White Sox played from 1910 to 1990

                                               

T-Town

Thomaston, Georgia Tupelo, Mississippi Tierrasanta, a community in San Diego, California Teutopolis, Illinois Trenton, New Jersey Tucker, Georgia Turlock, California Tullahoma, Tennessee Texarkana, Texas Toledo, Ohio Tacoma, Washington Tuscaloosa ...

                                               

Fred McKenna

Fred McKenna was a Canadian singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer born in Fredericton, New Brunswick. McKenna, who was born blind, is notable for recording, producing and releasing many songs for Rodeo, Boot, RCA and Arc record label in addi ...

                                               

Granite Curling Club

Horne Granite Curling Club - New Liskeard, Ontario Sturgeon Falls Granite Club - Sturgeon Falls, Ontario North Battleford-Granite Curling Club - North Battleford, Saskatchewan Coaldale Granite Club - Coaldale, Alberta CCA Granite Club - Cumberlan ...

                                               

St Patricks GAA

St Patricks GAA may refer to: Mayobridge St Patricks GAA, County Down St Patricks East Kerry GAA St Patricks GAA Lisburn, County Down St Patricks GAA County Sligo, Dromard and Skreen Lisbellaw St Patricks GAA, County Fermanagh St. Patricks GAA Li ...

                                               

Rathmore

Rathmore, County Wicklow, a townland near Ashford in County Wicklow, Ireland Rathmore Country House - B&B and Self-Catering accommodation near Ashford, County Wicklow, Ireland Rathmore railway station, station serving the town Rathmore, Count ...

                                               

Cappagh

Cappagh, County Down, a townland in County Down Cappagh, County Tyrone, a townland, village and civil parish in County Tyrone Cappagh, County Armagh, a townland in County Armagh

                                               

Knockmore (disambiguation)

Knockmore is an upland region in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. Knockmore may also refer to: Knockmore, County Mayo, Ireland Knockmore, Mayo, a mountain on Clare Island, County Mayo, Ireland Knockmore GAA, a Gaelic football club based in Cou ...

                                               

Paris Saint-Germain (disambiguation)

Paris Saint-Germain F.C. is a French professional association football club based in Paris. Paris Saint-Germain may also refer to: Paris Saint-Germain Academy, the youth system of Paris Saint-Germain F.C. Paris Saint-Germain Handball, a French pr ...

                                               

Merignac

Merignac may refer to: Places Merignac, Charente-Maritime, a commune in the Charente-Maritime department in southwestern France Merignac, Charente, a commune in the Charente department in southwestern France Merignac, Gironde, a commune in the Gi ...

                                               

Dolly Varden

Southern Dolly Varden, Salvelinus malma krascheninnikova, a subspecies of migrating fish Dolly Varden char, Salvelinus malma malma, a fish found in coastal waters of the North Pacific Dolly Varden crab, Hepatus epheliticus, a colorful marine crab ...

                                               

VRC

VRC is a three-letter abbreviation with multiple meanings, as described below: Visual resources collection Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor, vertical material handling equipment Vulnerability and Risk Committee of the American Society of Civil Eng ...

                                               

Tommy Taylor (disambiguation)

Tommy Taylor was an English international footballer who played for Barnsley and Manchester United. Tommy Taylor may also refer to: Tommy Taylor baseball 1892–1956, Major League Baseball player Tommy Taylor athlete, British Paralympic gold medal ...

                                               

Cecil King

Cecil King may refer to: Cecil King rugby league, rugby league footballer of the 1910s for New Zealand, Wellington, and Taranaki Cecil King painter 1921–1986, Irish abstract-minimalist painter Cecil R. King 1898–1974, congressman from California ...

                                               

Newcastle rugby league team (disambiguation)

Newcastle rugby league team may refer to the following rugby league teams from: Newcastle Rebels, a club established in 1908 that competed in Sydneys NSWRFL Premiership Newcastle Knights, a club established in 1988 that competes in the National R ...

                                               

France national rugby team

France national rugby team may refer to national teams in the different varieties of rugby: France national rugby union team, often nicknamed les bleus, administered by Federation Française de Rugby. France national rugby sevens team compete in t ...

                                               

1991–92 Oklahoma State Cowboys basketball team

The 1991–92 Oklahoma State Cowboys basketball team represented Oklahoma State University as a member of the Big Eight Conference during the 1991–92 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. The team was led by second-year head coach Eddie Sutton an ...

                                               

Lu Yi

Lu Yi may refer to: Lu Yi Shu Han died 251, Shu Han official of the Three Kingdoms period Lu Yi actor born 1976, Chinese actor Lu Xun Three Kingdoms 183–245, original name Lu Yi, Eastern Wu general and chancellor of the Three Kingdoms period Lu Y ...

                                               

Yang Hao

Yang Hao may refer to: Yang Hao Sui dynasty 586–618, prince and claimant to the throne of Sui dynasty Yang Hao Ming dynasty fl. 1596–1629, official and military leader

                                               

Wang Na

Wang Na may refer to: Front Palace, Bangkok, the physical palace occupied by the above Front Palace, the viceroy office in Siam, whose holder was second only to the king

                                               

Zhang Bin

Zhang Bin may refer to: Benjamin Zhang Bin born 1974, Chinese manhua artist Zhang Lingsheng 1863–?, born Zhang Bin, Chinese Christian missionary Zhang Bin Later Zhao died 323, official under Shi Le who founded Later Zhao

                                               

Chorrillos

Valparaiso Chorrillos River, Argentina Chorrillos, Chile Chorrillos, Tarija Department, Bolivia Antofagasta Chorrillos District, Lima, Peru Chorrillos, Peru, a southern suburb of Lima

                                               

NUA

Norwich University of the Arts, university in Norwich, UK Nagoya University of Arts, university in Kitanagoya, Japan Nanjing University of the Arts, university in Nanjing, China

                                               

CRAC

CRAC might refer to: Clube Recreativo e Atletico Catalano, a Brazilian football soccer club commonly known as CRAC The CRAC-II "Calculation of Reactor Accident Consequences" study. Calcium Release Activated Channels, ion channels in cell membrane ...

                                               

VPL

VPL or Vpl may refer to: Viipuri Province, a former province of Finland Visual programming language, a style of programming language Visibly pushdown language, a kind of formal language Victorian Premier League, the highest association football l ...

                                               

SDO

Intel® Secure Device Onboard Intel® SDO, technology for any IoT Device to automatically find and securely onboard into any IoT Service of the owners choice Solar Dynamics Observatory, a NASA mission to study the Sun Serial data output, in digital ...

                                               

Rosenborg

Rosenborg station of the Oslo Tramway Rosenborg, Trondheim, an area in the city of Trondheim, Norway Rosenborg old station of the Oslo Tramway

                                               

Kristiansund (disambiguation)

Kristiansund town, a town in Kristiansund Municipality in More og Romsdal county, Norway Kristiansund, a municipality in More og Romsdal county, Norway

                                               

HTU

Huston–Tillotson University, in Austin, Texas, United States Hokkaido Tokai University in Japan Holy Trinity University, in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines

                                               

Vigia

Vigia mountain, a mountain on the island of Boa Vista, Cape Verde Vigia del Fuerte, a town in Colombia Cerro del Vigia, a historically important hill in the northern section of the city of Ponce, Puerto Rico. Finca Vigia, the house of Ernest Hemi ...

                                               

Old Georgians

Old Georgians, sometimes abbreviated to OG, refers to old boys/girls of schools with George in the name of the school, including: St Georges College, Weybridge, Surrey, England St. Georges Institution, Malaysia St. Georges School, Harpenden, Hert ...

                                               

New Road

New Road may refer to: The New Road, a Scottish novel by Neil Munro, adapted as a BBC TV serial New Road, Oxford, England, location of Oxford Castle New Road, Bangkok, the former name of Charoen Krung Road New Road of Kathmandu, a high street and ...

                                               

LCG

Liquid Cooling Garment, a component of space suits LHC Computing Grid, a computing project for the Large Hadron Collider London Computer Group, now the British Computer Society Linear congruential generator, in mathematics, a type of pseudorandom ...

                                               

Anthony Joshua vs. Eric Molina

Anthony Joshua vs. Eric Molina was a heavyweight professional boxing match contested between undefeated IBF champion Anthony Joshua, and the IBFs number 15 ranked contender and former world title challenger, Eric Molina. The bout took place on 10 ...

                                               

Loan (disambiguation)

A loan is a financial instrument. Loan may also refer to: Analogous concepts Linguistics Loan sports, a player being allowed to play for another club without signing a contract Loan translation, a term in one language translated word-for-word fro ...

                                               

Sneak

Sneak or Sneaky may refer to: Sneak magazine, a British weekly magazine published from 2002 to 2006 Wiley Sneak, a main character on the British childrens game show Trapped! TV series DJ Sneak, Puerto Rican born American house music DJ and produc ...

                                               

Southern Belle

Southern Belle KCS, a passenger train operated by the Kansas City Southern Railway Southern Belle, the original name of the Brighton Belle, a steam passenger train operated by the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway

                                               

Chainsaw (disambiguation)

Chainsaw Al, nickname for the corporate executive Albert J. Dunlap born 1937 Chainsaw, nickname for sportscaster Cookie Randolph of radio show Dave, Shelly, and Chainsaw Chainsaw, female wrestler, one half of a tag-team with partner Spike called ...

                                               

Tulsa (disambiguation)

Tulsa is a city in Oklahoma, United States. Tulsa may also refer to: University of Tulsa, a private university in the city of Tulsa Tulsa film, starring Susan Hayward and Robert Preston USS Tulsa, the name of two U.S. Navy ships, a gunboat and a ...