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Ignac Fogelman

Ignac Fogelman was a professor of Nuclear Medicine at King’s College London, Honorary Consultant Physician at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust, and Director of the Osteoporosis Screening & Research Unit at Guy’s Hospital. He was born in 1948 in Ger ...

                                               

Miso Dubljanic

Miso Dubljanic is a Montenegrin football goalkeeper who plays for FK Spartak Subotica in the Serbian SuperLiga.

                                               

Emmy Freundlich

Emma Freundlich was an Austrian writer and politician. In 1919 she was one of eight women elected to the Constituent Assembly, becoming the countrys first female parliamentarians. She remained in parliament until 1934, when she was arrested and i ...

                                               

Netley Primary School

Netley Primary School is a state-funded primary school within the Regents Park Estate area in London, England. It is a community school in the London Borough of Camden. Since 2004, Netley Primary has hosted a centre for autism - called Woodlands ...

                                               

Group III

In the periodic table Group III formerly covered what are now called: Group 13 elements: boron B, aluminium Al, gallium Ga, indium In, thallium Tl. Group 3 elements: scandium Sc and yttrium Y plus the lanthanide and actinide series elements.

                                               

Martin Vetkal

Martin Vetkal made his debut with Tallinna Kalev in Estonian top tier on 21 June 2019 against FC Flora, allegedly needing a special autorisation from the federation to play being only aged 15. He became the youngest scorer ever of the Estonian Pr ...

                                               

Don Robertson (referee)

Don Robertson is a referee for the association football body FIFA. He began refereeing in 2011 and is a Scottish FIFA International Referee. Before his refereeing career, Robertson was a player with Partick Thistle, Queens Park and St. Mirren.

                                               

Franck Escalon

Franck Escalon born 27 July 1973 in France is a French retired footballer who now works as a cycling manager and sports therapist at Ponent Mar Hotel in Spain.

                                               

Jacques Crevoisier

Crevoisier held a doctorate in psychology. He played for AS Baume-les-Dames in Championnat National from 1973 to 1977, winning a Coupe de Franche-Comte in 1974. After his playing career, Crevoisier was a coordinator for FC Sochaux-Montbeliard and ...

                                               

Saint Brieuc

Saint Brieuc may refer to: Saint Brioc, an early 6th-century Welshman who became the first Abbot of Saint-Brieuc Saint-Brieuc Challenger, a professional tennis tournament Stade Briochin, a French association football team

                                               

Pseudosaurillus

Pseudosaurillus is a genus of extinct lizard from the Early Cretaceous of southern England. The type and only species is Pseudosaurillus becklesi, named in 1967 by R. Hoffstetter limited jaw and tooth material from the Berriasian Lulworth Formati ...

                                               

Thomas Richter

Thomas Richter may refer to: Thomas Richter footballer, born 1980, German footballer, played for SV Elversberg, SV Darmstadt 98, Sportfreunde Siegen & SV Wehen Wiesbaden Thomas Richter footballer, born 1967, German footballer, won Bundesliga with ...

                                               

2020–21 2. Frauen-Bundesliga

The 2020–21 2. Frauen-Bundesliga will be the 17th season of Germanys second-tier womens football league, and the third as a single-division league. The season will begin on 3 October 2020 and conclude on 23 May 2021. The champions and runners-up ...

                                               

Waldstadion

Waldstadion is the name of several stadia or football grounds in Germany and Austria: Germany Willi-Schillig-Stadion at Ebersdorf bei Coburg, previously known as Waldstadion and home of VfL Frohnlach Waldstadion Hasborn at Hasborn, home of Rot-We ...

                                               

Bronislaw Szlagowski

Bronislaw Szlagowski is a retired Polish professional footballer who played in midfield. He started his career in Poland with Lechia Gdansk before spending the rest of his career in Germany, where he was known as Horst Schlagowski.

                                               

Non-fullerene acceptor

Non-fullerene acceptors are types of acceptors used in organic solar cells. The name Fullerene comes from another type of acceptor-molecule which was used as the main acceptor material for bulk heterojunction Organic solar cells. Non-fullerene ac ...

                                               

Thomas Limpinsel

Thomas Limpinsel studied acting in 1987 at the Hochschule fur Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover. After his studies, he was initially engaged at the Lower Saxony State Theatre, had a guest engagement at the Stadttheater Hildesheim and in 1993 fol ...

                                               

Storm and Stress (disambiguation)

Storm and Stress is the English translation of Sturm und Drang, a German literary movement that emphasized the volatile emotional life of the individual Storm and Stress or Sturm und Drang may also refer to:

                                               

Ayush Adhikari

After impressing for Delhi state team during the U14 nationals, Ayush was selected for the U Dream Football programme in Germany, where he spent almost four years of his life. On his return to India, Ayush signed for Ozone FC. During the 2018-19 ...

                                               

Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis

Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis is a common cause of the bacterial livestock disease caseous lymphadenitis which occurs in sheep, goats, cattle, buffalo and horses. C. pseudotuberculosis is a gram-positive, oxygen requiring bacteria that lives ...

                                               

Sino-Nepalese Treaty of Peace and Friendship

The Sino-Nepalese Treaty of Peace and Friendship was an official settlement between the governments of Nepal and China signed on 28th April 1960, which ratified an earlier agreement on the borders separating the neighboring nations from each othe ...

                                               

Brook House

Brook House may refer to: in England Brook House F.C., a non-league football club in Hayes, now known as A.F.C. Hayes Brook House, former home of Lord Louis Mountbatten on Park Lane, London Brook House Immigration Removal Centre at Gatwick Airpor ...

                                               

1988–89 Leeds United A.F.C. season

During the 1988–89 season, Leeds United A.F.C. competed in the Football League Second Division. It was Leeds seventh season in the second tier since relegation from the First Division in 1982.

                                               

St Clements Church, Leigh-on-Sea

St Clement’s Church is a Church of England parish church in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. It is a Grade II* listed building dedicated to Saint Clement of Rome, a 1st century martyr and patron saint of mariners.

                                               

Atoka

Atoka may refer to: Atoka is the word for cranberry in the language of the first nations in eastern Canada, specifically Quebec. The Algonquins of Wisconsin dubbed the fruit "atoqua”. Often using food as medicine, Native American medicine men use ...

                                               

Saturday Football League

The Saturday Football League is a junior Australian rules football league in the east of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It runs an under 10s division and an under 12s division. It is the only non-school junior league in Melbourne to play on Satu ...

                                               

Piper at the Gates of Dawn (disambiguation)

The Piper at the Gates of Dawn is the debut studio album by Pink Floyd. Piper at the Gates of Dawn or The Piper at the Gates of Dawn may also refer to: "Piper at the Gates of Dawn", a track on The Waterboys album Where the Action Is "Piper at the ...

                                               

Shemi Tzur

Shemi Tzur is a retired Israeli Ambassador who has had ambassadorships in Cyprus, New Zealand, Turkmenistan, Finland, and Estonia. He has also been Consul at the Consulate General of Israel in Sydney, Acting Ambassador to Fiji and Charge daffaire ...

                                               

1995–96 Atalanta B.C. season

The club sold Argentine midfielder Leo Rodriguez to Universidad de Chile and youngstar striker Maurizio Ganz to Internazionale, meanwhile bought Sandro Tovalieri from Bari and Christian Vieri from Torino to balance the offensive line. Also centra ...

                                               

R.C. I Medicei

Rugby arrived in Tuscany with university students in 1931, with a team called GUF Firenze being founded and for most of the pre-war period played in the National Division, and after the war were promoted to the then top level of Italian rugby bec ...

                                               

1995–96 A.S. Bari season

During the summer before 1995-96 Serie A, the head office" biancorossa” sold two youngstars, Emiliano Bigica and Lorenzo Amoruso, to Fiorentina for almost 8 million dollars. Regarding these operations club managing director Carlo Regalia states t ...

                                               

1996–97 Bologna F.C. 1909 season

Newcomers in Serie A, Bologna, finished in a decent 7th place almost reaching an UEFA Cup spot. In Coppa Italia, the squad reached the semifinals defeated by future champions Vicenza of Francesco Guidolin. Manager Renzo Ulivieri built a balanced ...

                                               

1996–97 Atalanta B.C. season

The squad finished in a decent 1996-97 Serie A campaign in middle of the League table, with Filippo Inzaghi became topscorer with 24 goals in 33 matches defeating Sampdoria striker Vincenzo Montella in an exciting race. Inzaghi tied Platini recor ...

                                               

Nelson House

by state then city or town Daniel Nelson House and Barn, Oskaloosa, Iowa, NRHP-listed in Mahaska County Nelson-Kirby House, Germantown, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Tennessee John R. Nelson House, Quincy, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Nelson Hom ...

                                               

Lynx (orienteering)

Lynx is a Finnish orientering club from the Kirkkonummi founded in 1971. The world champion in sprint Mårten Bostrom has competed for Lynx, which he left for IFK Lidingo. The club has managed to get a fourth place in the Jukola relay twice, in 20 ...

                                               

Missa (EP)

Missa is the debut EP by Japanese visual kei band Dir En Grey, released on July 25, 1997. Being the bands debut release, it consists of their earliest musical output, such as "Aoi Tsuki", one of the first two songs the band ever recorded. Multipl ...

                                               

DCT

Dominated convergence theorem, a central mathematical theorem in the theory of integration first proposed by Henri Lebesgue Discrete cosine transform, a mathematical transform related to the Fourier transform and widely used in digital data compr ...

                                               

25th Anniversary

Interpretations: A 25th Anniversary Celebration, by The Carpenters, 1995 25th Anniversary Album Shirley Bassey album, 1978 25th Anniversary, by Magnolia Jazz Band, 1998 25th Anniversary, by Diana Ross and The Supremes, 1986 The Twenty-fifth Anniv ...

                                               

2020 Lithuanian Football Cup

2020 Lithuanian Football Cup - 32nd edition of the Independent Lithuania Football Cup. The official name of this years competition for sponsorship reasons is Hegelmann LFF Cup. This years tournament was scheduled to start in April 2020. However, ...

                                               

F91

F91 may refer to: HMS Murray F91, a British Royal Navy Blackwood class second-rate anti-submarine frigate The McCarthy 91 function, a recursively defined mathematical function Casio F91W, a common and inexpensive digital watch, claimed by some to ...

                                               

Franck Gross

Franck Gross is a French kickboxer who has been professionally competing since 2011. He is the current Enfusion Bantamweight World Champion, the current WAKO Bantamweight World K1 Champion and the current ISKA Oriental Rules Featherweight champio ...

                                               

Rudar

Rudar Serbo-Croatian: Rudar, Рудар, meaning "the miner" in Southern Slavic languages, is the name of a number of football clubs: FK Rudar Prijedor, Bosnian football club from Prijedor FK Rudar Pljevlja, Montenegrin football club from Pljevlja FK ...

                                               

2019–20 R&F (Hong Kong) season

The 2019–20 season is R&Fs 4th season in the top-tier division in Hong Kong football. R&F will compete in the Premier League, Senior Challenge Shield, FA Cup and Sapling Cup this season.

                                               

2004 Generali Ladies Linz

The 2004 Generali Ladies Linz is the 2004 Tier II WTA Tour tournament of the annually-held Generali Ladies Linz tennis tournament. It was the 18th edition of the tournament and was held from October 23–30, 2004 at the TipsArena Linz. Amelie Maure ...

                                               

Quick Call Stakes

The Quick Call Stakes is a Grade III American Thoroughbred horse race for horses aged three years old over the distance of ​ 5 1 ⁄ 2 furlongs on the turf scheduled annually in July at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, New York. The event ...

                                               

Zakaria Eddahchouri

Zakaria Eddahchouri is a Dutch footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder or right winger for Eerste Divisie club Go Ahead Eagles.

                                               

Harris Huizingh

Harris Huizingh is a former Dutch footballer. On April 29, 1984, Huizingh made his debut in the first team for FC Groningen, during a 4–0 victory against Sparta Rotterdam. However it was not until the season after when he was 22 years old did he ...

                                               

Uniform Determinate Sentencing Act of 1976

The Uniform Determinate Sentencing Act of 1976 was a bill signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown to changes sentencing requirements in the California Penal Code. The act converted most sentences from an "indeterminate" sentence length at the dis ...

                                               

Chilling effect (disambiguation)

A chilling effect, in a legal context, is the inhibition or discouragement of the legitimate exercise of natural and legal rights by the threat of legal sanction. Chilling effect or Chilling Effects may also refer to: Wind chill, the apparent tem ...

                                               

Split Ends

Split Ends may refer to: Split ends, the splitting or fraying of hair, also known as trichoptilosis Split end, a type of wide receiver in American and Canadian football