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Time lapse (disambiguation)

Time lapse may refer to: In a Time Lapse, an album by Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi Timelapse video game, a computer game "Time Lapse" The Twilight Zone, the seventh episode of the television series The Twilight Zone Time-lapse photography, a ...

                                               

Beryl (disambiguation)

Beryl is a mineral. Beryl or Berel may also refer to: Tropical storm Beryl, name for several tropical storms "Beryl", a song by Mark Knopfler from the Tracker album +Beryll, an accessories brand in Los Angeles Metropolitan-Vickers Beryl, a jet en ...

                                               

Pilgrim Congregational Church (Duluth, Minnesota)

Pilgrim Congregational Church is a Congregational church in Duluth, Minnesota. The current building at 2310 East Fourth Street has English Gothic architecture.

                                               

Breisach station

Breisachn station is a station in Breisach in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is now the starting point of the Breisach Railway to Freiburg and the Kaiserstuhl Railway to Riegel. The Breisach Railway crossed the Upper Rhine, running from Breisach ...

                                               

Harriett B. Rigas

Harriett B. Rigas FIEEE was a Canadian electrical engineer and innovative lecturer who was recognised worldwide for her hybrid computer and computer simulation research.

                                               

The Cock

The Cock is a gay bar in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. It is noted for its exhibitionist atmosphere and popularity as a cruising destination. Described as "a rarified taste of old New York and the cruisy gay scene tha ...

                                               

World Hockey Summit

The World Hockey Summit was an international ice hockey conference held in Toronto from August 23–26, 2010. It was arranged by the International Ice Hockey Federation, Hockey Canada, USA Hockey, the National Hockey League, the Canadian Hockey Lea ...

                                               

Kronstadt-Toulon naval visits

The Kronstadt-Toulon naval visits were reciprocal diplomatic visits carried out by the French and Russian Navies in the led up to the Franco-Russian Alliance. The visits served as cover to exchange letters between the countries foreign offices ma ...

                                               

Deramore

Deramore may refer to: Deramore High School or Balmoral High School, secondary school in Belfast, Northern Ireland Richard de Yarburgh-Bateson, 6th Baron Deramore 1911–2006, British architect, writer of erotic fiction, and a peer of the United Ki ...

                                               

Walkiria Terradura

One of five children of committed antifascist lawyer Gustavo Terradura and his wife Laura, she witnessed her fathers harassment and imprisonment several times during her youth. Her contemptuous attitude towards the fascist regime, earned her repe ...

                                               

BFP

BFP may refer to: Bureau of Fire Protection, a Philippine government agency Brain Force Plus, a medication from Infowars endorsed by Alex Jones Big Fat Positive, in reference to pregnancy tests Beaver County Airport, an airport near Beaver, PA wi ...

                                               

Lorry Sant

Lorry Sant was a Maltese activist, trade unionist and Malta Labour Party politician who held a number of ministerial offices between 1971 and 1987. Sant was a controversial figure who had an aggressive leadership approach, and he has been held re ...

                                               

Jo Jorgensen 2020 presidential campaign

The 2020 presidential campaign of Jo Jorgensen is an election campaign that began on November 2, 2019 at the Libertarian Party of South Carolina convention. Jorgensen had previously been the Libertarian Partys 1996 vice presidential nominee. On M ...

                                               

Collegium Musicum (disambiguation)

Collegium Musicum was one of several types of musical societies in German and German-Swiss cities and towns. Collegium Musicum may also refer to: Collegium Musicum band, a Slovak art rock band Collegium Musicum de Paris, a chamber orchestra found ...

                                               

Gneixendorf Music – A Winter Journey

Gneixendorf Music – A Winter Journey is a piano concerto by Brett Dean from 2019 to be performed in both an upright piano with the half-blow pedal activated and a grand piano. As his previous compositions Pastoral Symphony and Testament, it is in ...

                                               

Inna Abramovna Zhvanetskaia

Inna Abramovna Zhvanetskaia was born in Vinnytsia, Ukraine, on January 20, 1937. She studied composition under Nikolay Peyko at the Gnessin School where she graduated in 1964. She taught piano and in 1965 became a lecturer in score-reading and in ...

                                               

Antwerp (disambiguation)

Antwerp is a city in Belgium and capital of the Antwerp province. Antwerp may also refer to: In Belgium Antwerp province Antwerp district In the United States Antwerp village, New York Antwerp Township, Michigan Antwerp town, New York Antwerp, Oh ...

                                               

St. Georges School

St. Georges Primary School, Taiping, Perak St. Georges Girls School Penang, Malaysia, George Town, Penang St. Georges Institution, Malaysia, Taiping, Perak

                                               

Kate Mangan

After leaving school, Kate attended the Slade Art School, before moving to Paris where she worked as a fashion model. She was frequently seen in the Cafe Royal with her admirer, Augustus John, or dining out at the Tour Eiffel. It was also in Pari ...

                                               

Mirabelle Morah

Mirabelle Morah is a young entrepreneur, the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of BlankPaperz.com,an online platform for young writers to share their voices and advocate for social change. She participated in the Study of the United States Institutes S ...

                                               

Hodge

Hodge, California, an unincorporated community The Hodge Building, the historic name of the Begich Towers in Whittier, Alaska Hodge, Missouri, an unincorporated community Hodge, Louisiana, a village in the United States Hodge Escarpment, Edith Ro ...

                                               

HSBC Building

Marine Midland Building - 140 Broadway, New York City, US also called HSBC Building One Centenary Square - Birmingham, United Kingdom - headquarters of HSBC UK HSBC Canada Building - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada HSBC Building Hong Kong - 1 ...

                                               

Overgaden Neden Vandet 39

Overgaden Neden Vandet 39, is a historic property in the Christianshavn neighborhood of Copenhagen, Denmark. It is one of three properties along Christianshavn Canal that were built by anchor smith Hans Caspersen and are now known as the Hans Cas ...

                                               

Sadjarwo Djarwonagoro

Mr. Kanjeng Pangeran Haryo Sadjarwo Djarwonagoro was a Javanese politician who served as the Minister of Agriculture, Minister of Agrarian Affairs, and the Member of the Peoples Representative Council and Peoples Consultative Assembly. He was als ...

                                               

Lycee Français de la Nouvelle-Orleans

Lycee Français de la Nouvelle-Orleans is a type II charter school, and French international school in New Orleans, Louisiana. As of 2020 it serves Pre-Kindergarten through grade 9 and will add a new grade level each school year until it is a full ...

                                               

Michelsberg

Michelsberg, sometimes also Michaelsberg, is the name of mountains and hills: in Germany Michelsberg Kelheim 463.8 m, near Kelheim, county of Kelheim, Niederbayern Michelsberg Heidelberg 375.5 m, Heiligenberg subpeak in the Odenwald, in Heidelber ...

                                               

DSW

DSW may refer to: Deep South Wrestling, a pro wrestling promotion that was a developmental territory of World Wrestling Entertainment The Doon School Weekly, a student newspaper produced by the boys of The Doon School DSW, the SAME code for a Dus ...

                                               

Kastri

Kastri may refer to several places in Greece: Kastri, Larissa, a village in the municipal unit Lakereia, Larissa regional unit Kastri, Preveza, a village in the municipal unit Fanari, Preveza regional unit Kastri, Arcadia, a village in the munici ...

                                               

Lipowa Street in Bialystok

Lipowa Street is a representative street at the center of Bialystok, running from the Kosciuszko Square to Romana Dmowskiego Niepodleglosci Square. The street is made up of low buildings mostly of 2-3 floors with various shops, offices and restau ...

                                               

Martinian

Martinian can refer to: Roman emperor Martinian Claude Martin, the French adventurer A former pupil of one of the three schools founded by Claude Martin: La Martiniere Calcutta, La Martiniere Lucknow and La Martiniere Lyon. Several Christian sain ...

                                               

List of nature reserves in the Republic of Ireland

This is a list of nature reserves in Ireland. The lists below shows the names and locations of nature reserves in Ireland. A nature reserve in Ireland is a designated area of importance to wildlife, protected by a ministerial order. The majority ...

                                               

Ballinard (civil parish)

Ballinard is a civil parish and townland located in the eastern part of County Limerick, Ireland. The civil parish is part of the barony of Smallcounty. The largest population centre is the village of Herbertstown. The south-eastern part of the p ...

                                               

Municipio IX

The Municipio Roma IX is the ninth administrative subdivision of Rome. It was established by the Capitoline Assembly with Resolution no. 11 of 11 March 2013 and replaces the Municipio Roma XII former "Circoscrizione XII".

                                               

Otteroya (disambiguation)

Von Otteroya, an island in Hinlopen Strait between Spitsbergen and Nordaustlandet, Svalbard Otteroya or Otroya, the largest island in Midsund municipality in More og Romsdal county, Norway Otteroya Sveio, an island in Sveio municipality in Vestla ...

                                               

198th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

On 12 June 1944, in the immediate aftermath of the Allied Normandy landings, the 198th Infantry Division was using personnel of the Grenadier Regiment Bohemia within Shadow Division Bohemia, and sent to Narbonne in France to assist in the German ...

                                               

Appenzell (disambiguation)

Appenzell can refer to: Canton of Appenzell Innerrhoden Appenzell Inner-Rhodes Canton of Appenzell Ausserrhoden Appenzell Outer-Rhodes Canton of Appenzell, former Swiss canton, which split 1597 into Appenzellerland, the geographical and cultural ...

                                               

Ahmadabad

Ahmedabad Ahmedābād, Gujarat known locally as Amdavad, the fifth-largest city in India Ahmedabad district, Gujarat, India; the eponymous district in which the above city is located

                                               

Diocese of Castra Severiana

Castra Severiana, probably located near Altava, or Ouled Mimoun in Algeria, is an ancient episcopal seat of the Roman province of Mauretania Caesariensis. The onlyone bishop known of this African diocese is Fausto, whose name appears in 73rd plac ...

                                               

Sidi Yahya

Sidi Yahya ben Younes, a venerated saint near Oujda, thought to be John the Baptist. Yahya ibn Zakaria Arabic name of John the Baptist, who is a prophet in Islam. Sidi Yaya Keita, Malian footballer

                                               

Suetonia gens

The gens Suetonia was a minor plebeian family at ancient Rome. Members of this gens are first mentioned in the reign of Claudius, under whom the general Gaius Suetonius Paulinus, consul in AD 66, won his first military victories; but the family i ...

                                               

Rose Hill Cemetery

Rose Hill Cemetery Antioch, California, in the Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve Rose Hill Cemetery, Central City, a cemetery in Kentucky Rose Hill Cemetery and Goddard Chapel, Marion, Illinois Rose Hill Cemetery, Cain Township, Fountain Coun ...

                                               

Union Church

by state then city Union Church and School Paris, Arkansas, listed on the NRHP in Logan County, Arkansas Union Church Oreana, Illinois, listed on the NRHP in Illinois Union Church Sibley, Louisiana, listed on the NRHP in Louisiana Jensen Union Ch ...

                                               

Mount Hope Cemetery

Mount Hope Cemetery may refer to: In Canada: Mount Hope Cemetery Kitchener, Kitchener, Ontario Mount Hope Catholic Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario In the United States: Mount Hope Cemetery Independence, Kansas, featured in My Ghost Story Mount Hope Ce ...

                                               

Lake View Cemetery (disambiguation)

Lakeview Cemetery Wichita, Kansas Lakeview Cemetery New Canaan, Connecticut Lakeview Cemetery Calumet, Michigan Lakeview Cemetery Galveston, Texas Lake View Cemetery Ithaca, New York, burial place of Carl Sagan Lake View Cemetery Seattle, Washing ...

                                               

Cemetery Hill (disambiguation)

Cemetery Hill refers to numerous cemeteries on hills and to summits themselves: Cemetery Hill Georgia, a summit in Greene County GNIS Feature ID 348655 Cemetery Hill Ohio, a summit in Highland County GNIS Feature ID 1058557 Cemetery Hill, South C ...

                                               

Western Heights

Western Heights, may refer to: Western Heights Cemetery, burial place of Clyde Barrow of Bonnie and Clyde Western Heights, a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand Western Heights College, Geelong, Australia Western Heights, Dallas, a neighborhood in We ...

                                               

John K. Boies

John K. Boies was born on December 6, 1828 in Blandford, Massachusetts to parents Lemuel and Experience Boies. John moved to Hudson, Michigan in 1845.

                                               

Ebor

Ebor is the abbreviation of the Latin Eboracum, the early name of York in Britain. It may also mean: EBOR, Experimental Beryllium Oxide Reactor, a nuclear reactor at the Idaho National Laboratory, USA Ebor, a post-nominal used after the degree le ...

                                               

Brodie West

Born in 1975 and raised in Nanaimo, British Columbia, West began playing saxophone in the sixth grade. In his teens, West began performing as well as attending educational programs which led to being awarded a soprano saxophone at the Lionel Hamp ...

                                               

UMF

UMF may stand for: United Minorities Front, Assam, a political party University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Iasi University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Timisoara University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Cluj-Napoca Underground mine fire UMF, the ei ...