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Shiromani Akali Dal (disambiguation)

Shiromani Akali Dal Longowal, a splinter group of the Shiromani Akali Dal, founded in 2004 Shiromani Akali Dal Taksali, formed by expelled members of Parliament in 2018 Shiromani Akali Dal Amritsar, a splinter group of the Shiromani Akali Dal, fo ...

                                               

No justice, no peace

No justice, no peace is a political slogan that originated in protest of ethnic violence against African Americans by White Americans, though its precise meaning is contested. The slogan has been used as early as 1986, following the murder of Mic ...

                                               

William Bentinck (priest)

William Harry Edward Bentinck was an Anglican clergyman, who served as Archdeacon of Westminster 1854–1864. Bentinck was the oldest son of Lord Edward Bentinck son of the 2nd Duke of Portland and younger brother of the 3rd Duke of Portland, the P ...

                                               

Winfield Scott (disambiguation)

Winfield Scott was United States Army general and presidential candidate. Winfield Scott may also refer to: Winfield W. Scott Jr. born 1927, United States Air Force general, superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy Winfield W. Scott III born ...

                                               

John Kelly (Brooklyn politician)

John was born on March 23, 1855 in Manhattan, the son of Peter Kelly and Rose McLeone. He was baptized a week later in the Church of St. Joseph in Greenwich Village. His parents were Irish immigrants. The Kelly family moved to Brooklyn when John ...

                                               

Chūō

Chūō-ku disambiguation, city wards named Chūō Chūō, Tokyo, a special ward in Tokyo Chūō, Kumamoto, a former town in Kumamoto Prefecture Chūō, Yamanashi, a city in Yamanashi Prefecture Chūō, Okayama, a former town in Okayama Prefecture

                                               

Hartford (disambiguation)

England Hartford, Somerset Hartford End, Essex Hartford, Cambridgeshire, a village near Huntingdon Hartford, Cheshire United States Hartford, Ohio, in Licking County Hartford, Arkansas Hartford, New York Hartford, Georgia Hartford, New Jersey Har ...

                                               

Tony Carrillo (politician)

Tony Sotomayor Carrillo was an American politician and educator. Carrillo was born in Tucson, Arizona. He received his bachelors and masters degree from Arizona State University. He served in the Arizona House of Representatives from 1963 to 1969 ...

                                               

George Floyd protests in Ohio

Beginning May 28, 2020, a number of cities in Ohio have had protests, against the killing of George Floyd. Major cities such as Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Dayton have had large protests, and numerous smaller cities and towns have as well ...

                                               

Al-Tair (satellite)

The Al-Tair satellite was an Iraqi small experimental satellite program designed for conducting communication and rangefinding. It started in the 1980s under the leadership of Saddam Hussein and was to be put in LEO with the help of an Ariane 4 o ...

                                               

Kwadwo Afoakwa Sarpong

Kwadwo Afoakwa Sarpong was a Ghanaian diplomat. He served as Ghanas ambassador to Mali from 2002 to 2006, and Ghanas ambassador to South Korea from 2006 until his death in 2008.

                                               

SCMC

SCMC may refer to: Shanghai Childrens Medical Center, a Chinese hospital associated with Shanghai Jiao Tong University Southern Congregational Methodist Church, a Christian denomination in the southeastern United States St. Charles Medical Center ...

                                               

Sumanadasa Abeywickrama

Sumanadasa Abeywickrama was a Sri Lankan politician and a Member of the Parliament of Sri Lanka. Abeywickrama was the son of Don Hendrick Abeywickrama, a Vidane Arachchi in Morawaka, Sri Lanka and Angelina nee Jayawickreme Wijetunge. He married E ...

                                               

Mabel Mary Taylor

Mabel Mary Taylor is best remembered for the 18 months that she spent in Alice Springs at the governess to the family of Thomas Bradshaw, the postmaster at the Alice Springs Telegraph Station between 1905 - 1907. During her period with the Bradsh ...

                                               

St John of God Hospital

St John of God Hospital may refer to: St John of God Berwick Hospital St John of God Hospital Burwood St John of God Geelong Hospital St John of God Hospital Richmond St John of God Warrnambool Hospital St John of God Geraldton Hospital St John o ...

                                               

Fellowship (disambiguation)

Fellowship album, by Lizz Wright, 2010 Fellowship!, a musical stage play parody of The Fellowship of the Ring Fellowship short story, by Franz Kafka The Fellowship, the protagonists in Tolkiens The Fellowship of the Ring The Fellowship, a fiction ...

                                               

The Queens Commonwealth Trust

The Queens Commonwealth Trust is a charity registered in England & Wales. QCT is a growing network of young changemakers across the Commonwealth. It champions, funds and connects young leaders who are working hard to change the world. Prince Harr ...

                                               

Bob Elliott (medical researcher)

Sir Robert Bartlett Elliott is a New Zealand medical researcher. Born in Adelaide, South Australia, on 3 January 1934, Elliott was educated at Adelaide High School, and studied medicine at the University of Adelaide from 1951 to 1956. After worki ...

                                               

Glenna Gordon

Glenna Gordon is an American documentary photographer, photojournalist, editor and educator based in New York, New York. She is known for documenting such event as the Ebola outbreak, ISIS and Al Qaedas hostage situations, and the kidnapping of m ...

                                               

Killeen

Northern Ireland Killeen, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone Killeen, County Down, a townland in County Down Killean, County Armagh, a village in County Armagh Ireland Killeen, County Tipperary, a townland in County Tipperary Killeen, Cou ...

                                               

Llugwy

Llugwy may refer to a number of places and archaeological sites in Wales: Ffynnon Llugwy, a lake in Snowdonia Lligwy Burial Chamber, a Neolithic site in north east Anglesey Capel Lligwy, a ruined 12th-century Anglesey church Din Lligwy, an Iron A ...

                                               

St. Davids Church

England St Davids Church, Exeter St Davids Church, Highgate, Birmingham St Davids Church, Haigh St Davids Church, Shenley Green Scotland St Davids Church, Dalkeith St Davids Parish Church, Knightswood, Glasgow Wales Church of St David, Llanthony, ...

                                               

Kanatte Cemetery

Kanatte Cemetery, also known locally as Borella Cemetery, is Colombos main burial ground and crematorium. It is located at the intersection of Elvitigala Mawatha Narahenpita Road, Bauddhaloka Mawatha Bullers Road and D. S. Senanayake Mawatha Base ...

                                               

Mount Aiken

Mount Aiken, is a 1.854-metre mountain in the Miscinchinka Ranges of the Hart Ranges in the Northern Rocky Mountains. Named to remember Canadian Army Lieut. John Alexander Aitken, of Prince George, BC, killed in action 27 August 1944, age 27. Ait ...

                                               

Prospect Hill

Prospect Hill Reservoir, a water tower Prospect Hill New South Wales, a hill in Western Sydney, New South Wales Prospect Hill, South Australia, a small town in the southern Adelaide Hills

                                               

Levi Sheftall Family Cemetery

The Levi Sheftall Family Cemetery, also known as the de Lyon-De La Motta Cemetery or Cohen Street Cemetery, is a historic cemetery in Savannah, Georgia. Located in the Kayton/Frazier area of West Savannah, it is the burial ground for members of t ...

                                               

Mordecai Sheftall Cemetery

The Mordecai Sheftall Cemetery is a Jewish cemetery in Savannah, Georgia. It is one of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in America. Located at the end of Coyle Street in the Kayton/Frazier area of West Savannah, it is sometimes referred to as the Old ...

                                               

John Cooney (politician)

Cooney was born on June 9, 1836 in Albany, New York. He was of Irish descent. Cooney attended The Albany Academy. He moved to Brooklyn in 1855 and was admitted to the bar two years later. He studied law under James T. Brady and defended a large n ...

                                               

Louis C. Ott

Ott was born in Brooklyn on August 1, 1855, to German immigrants. He attended local public schools and became a cigar manufacturer. In 1885, he was appointed Deputy Internal Revenue Collector. He served this position until his appointment as King ...

                                               

G. Henry P. Gould

Gould was born on June 10, 1848 in Lyons Falls, New York. He was the son of Gordias H. Gould, who built the first steamboat in the Black River, and Mary Plumb. Gould attended Fairfield Seminary and Lowville Academy. When he was 16, he drove a sta ...

                                               

Jean-Jacques Uhrich

Jean-Jacques Alexis Uhrich, was a French general de division. He was the great uncle of General darmee Maurice Gamelin. Military governor of the city of Strasbourg in 1870, Uhrich is best known for his service during the Franco-Prussian War as th ...

                                               

Karol Wojtyla (senior)

Karol Wojtyla – soldier, non-commissioned officer of Austro-Hungarian Army and Captain of Polish Armed Forces administration, father of Karol Jozef Wojtyla, who later became pope John Paul II. Servant of God in Catholic church. He died from what ...

                                               

St. Pauls Lutheran Church

St. Pauls Lutheran Church may refer to: in the United States by state St. Pauls Evangelical Lutheran Church Berne, New York, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Albany County, New York St. Pauls Lutheran Church, Parsonage and Ce ...

                                               

Dorsey House

Dorsey House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Joseph Dorsey House, West Brownsville, Pennsylvania, NRHP-listed in Washington County Dorsey Mansion, Abbott, New Mexico, NRHP-listed Dorsey Hall, Columbia, Maryland, NRHP-listed ...

                                               

Crystallopathy

Crystallopathy is a harmful state or disease associated with the formation and aggregation of crystals in tissues or cavities, or in other words, a heterogeneous group of diseases caused by intrinsic or environmental microparticles or crystals, p ...

                                               

Valkendorfsgade 36

Valkendorfsgade 36, situated opposite the House of the Holy Ghost, off the shopping street Stroget is a Baroque style townhouse in the Old Town of Copenhagen, Denmark. The building was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and plac ...

                                               

Sværtegade 3

Sværtegade 3 is a listed property in the Old Town of Copenhagen, Denmark, consisting of a four-storey building from the 18th century fronting the street and a large, three-winged building from 1829 in the courtyard. J. G Schwart & Son was from 18 ...

                                               

Shooting of Iyad Halaq

On 30 May 2020, Eyad al-Hallaq, a 32-year-old autistic Palestinian man, was shot and killed by Israeli Police after Halaq did not stop at the Lions Gate checkpoint in Jerusalem after being ordered to do so by officers stationed nearby. He fled fr ...

                                               

Atta Muhammad Bhanbhro

Atta Muhammad Bhanbhro, also spelled as Atta Mohammad Bhambhro, was a Pakistani writer, translator, poet, historian, lawyer, and the founder of Hoshu, a banned rebellious magazine. He wrote more than one hundred books on Sindhi literature, histor ...

                                               

Kayak to Klemtu

Kayak to Klemtu is a Canadian drama film, directed by Zoe Leigh Hopkins and released in 2017. The film stars TaKaiya Blaney as Ella, a teenage First Nations girl from Vancouver who decides following the death of her uncle Bear to take up his acti ...

                                               

The Far Shore (2018 film)

The Far Shore is a Canadian drama film, directed by David Uloth and released in 2018. The film centres on teenage sisters Oceane and Marine Beauregard, who are coming of age in the aftermath of the death of their father Andre, while their mother ...

                                               

Victoria Hayward (journalist)

Hayward was born in 1876 in Bermuda. At age 16, Hayward left Bermuda and moved to New York to teach math at a private boys school. About ten years later, she returned to Bermuda and pursued journalism.

                                               

Papirius Dionysius

Marcus Aurelius Papirius Dionysius was a Roman eques and jurist who held a number of military and civilian positions during the reign of the Emperors Marcus Aurelius and his son Commodus, including praefectus annonae, or overseer of the grain rat ...

                                               

Mount Holly

Mount Holly is the name of several places in the United States: Mount Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP in Arkansas Mount Holly, Arkansas, an unincorporated community Mount Holly Cemete ...

                                               

Henk Steevens

Henk Steevens was a Dutch cyclist. He was professional from 1953 to 1955. Steevens won the GP of Aken and the Grote Continental Prijs of Hannover. He was named together with Sjefke Janssen and Jan Nolten the" three of Elsloo” in Dutch: Drie uit E ...

                                               

Teneisha Bonner

Teneisha Phehoma Bonner was an Jamaican-born English hip-hop and street dancer of stage and screen. She worked with the groups ZooNation and the Bounce Streetdance Company and as part of a backup troupe for major commercial singers. Bonner played ...

                                               

Marc de Hond

Marc David de Hond was a Dutch television presenter, businessman, writer, theatre performer, and played for the Dutch wheelchair basketball team. He was also a disc jockey for radio 3FM and Caz!. He hosted the television programs Expedition Unlim ...

                                               

Kewpie (drag artist)

Kewpie was a South African drag queen and hairdresser. She was a gender fluid individual who preferred feminine pronouns. Kewpie worked as a hairdresser in District Six and her salon became the center of the queer and drag community. She performe ...

                                               

Bruno Graf

Graf played most of his youth football by FC St. Gallen, with a short visit to FC Gossau, and advanced to the St. Gallen first team, who played in the Nationalliga A as an 18 year old. During his first two seasons he played only three games and w ...

                                               

Pregnancy Outcome Prediction (POP) study

The Pregnancy Outcome Prediction Study is a prospective cohort study of 4.512 women that have never given birth recruited at the Rosie Hospital between January 2008 and July 2012.