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Cantiague Park

Cantiague Park was opened by Nassau County to the public in 1961 in response to a growing population. It was the second major park opened by the county, the first being Eisenhower Park.

                                               

Shrinivasi

Shrinivasi was a Surinamese poet. Martinus Haridat Lutchman was born in Kwatta, Suriname and a teacher by profession. In 1949 he moved to Curaçao where his earliest poetry was published as Fernando in the magazine Caraïbisch Venster. Lutchman dec ...

                                               

Herman Van der Wee

Herman Frans Anna baron Van der Wee is a Belgian economic historian. He was a full professor of social and economic history at the KU Leuven from 1969 to 1993. The academic output of Van der Wee spans economic history, the history of banking, fin ...

                                               

Jaap Murre

Jacob Pieter "Jaap" Murre is a Dutch mathematician specialized in algebraic geometry. He was a professor of mathematics at Leiden University from 1961 to 1994.

                                               

Lars Miedema

Lars Miedema is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a forward for Eerste Divisie club FC Den Bosch. He is the brother of Arsenal W.F.C. player Vivianne Miedema.

                                               

Frans Jozef Peter van den Branden

Frans Jozef Peter van den Branden was a Belgian writer, most notable for co-authoring Biographisch woordenboek der Noord- en Zuidnederlandsche letterkunde with Johannes Godefridus Frederiks, a biographical dictionary of writers from the Netherlan ...

                                               

Vasternorrland County (Riksdag constituency)

Vasternorrland County is one of the 29 multi-member constituencies of the Riksdag, the national legislature of Sweden. The constituency was established in 1970 when the Riksdag changed from a bicameral legislature to an unicameral legislature. It ...

                                               

Dang! (song)

Dang! is a song by American rapper Mac Miller featuring American singer Anderson Paak. It was released on July 28, 2016, as the lead single from Millers fourth studio album The Divine Feminine.

                                               

Margriet Pomper

Margriet de Vries-Pomper is a Dutch former long track speed skater, who was active in the 1960s and 1970s. As a junior she competed at the 1974 World Junior Speed Skating Championships. Pomper represented her nation at elite level at the World Al ...

                                               

George Floyd protests in the Netherlands

Shortly after protests seeking justice for George Floyd, an African-American who was killed during a police arrest, began in the United States, people in the Netherlands protested to show solidarity with Americans and to demonstrate against issue ...

                                               

Anissa Haddaoui

Anissa Haddaoui is a Dutch-Moroccan boxer, kickboxer, muay thai fighter and BJJ practitioner, who has been professionally competing since 2008. She is a former EBF two weight European champion, IRO European and World kickboxing champion, World Fi ...

                                               

Anne Meulendijks

Anne Meulendijks is a Dutch dressage rider. She won team silver during the 2019 European Championships in Rotterdam with her horse MDH Avanti. She also won several medals at the European youth Championships in the Ponies, Juniors, Young Riders an ...

                                               

Nairobi (Money Heist)

Nairobi is a fictional character in the Netflix series Money Heist, portrayed by Alba Flores. She serves as the quality manager of the group, in charge of printing money in the Royal Mint of Spain in parts 1 and 2 and overseeing the melting of go ...

                                               

Moral (1982 film)

Moral is a 1982 Filipino drama film directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya and written by Ricky Lee. It is the second in a loose trilogy of feminist films directed by Diaz-Abaya and written by Lee discussing womens issues, along with 1980s Brutal and 198 ...

                                               

Rolando Pascua

Rolando Pascua is a Filipino former professional boxer. He held the WBC light-flyweight title from 1990 to 1991 and challenged for the IBF super-flyweight title in 1993.

                                               

Teodorico Haresco, Jr.

Teodorico "Nonong" T. Haresco, Jr. is a Filipino politician and businessman. Haresco was born in Ibajay, Aklan.He is cousin of the Aklan Incumbent Governor Florencio Miraflores aka Joeben. He is the Representative of Aklan from the newly created ...

                                               

Silvia La Notte

Silvia La Notte is an Italian kickboxer and Nak Muay, who has been professionally competing since 2002. She is the reigning WAKO World K1 Super Flyweight champion. She is the former ISKA World Muay Thai Atomweight champion and the former WKN Euro ...

                                               

Ortaçalı, Elazığ

Ortaçalı is a village of Sivrice District in Elazığ Province eastern Turkey. The village is inhabited by the Kurdish Parçikan tribe. The town is located to the west of Sivrice township and north of the Euphrates River. The population in 2011 was ...

                                               

Sherpa.ai

Sherpa is a Spanish artificial intelligence company specialized in predictive conversational digital assistants. It was founded by Xabi Uribe-Etxebarria in 2012 and is based in Erandio and Silicon Valley. In 2018, Fortune magazine included it in ...

                                               

Susanne Eisenmann

Susanne Eisenman is a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union. Since 2016, she has served as Minister for Culture, Youth and Sports in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. Previously, she was a member of the Stuttgart city council from 199 ...

                                               

Hans-Ulrich Rulke

Hans-Ulrich Rulke is a German politician and member of the Landtag of Baden-Wurttemberg. He has served as leader of the parliamentary group of the Free Democratic Party since 2009, and deputy leader of the FDP since 2013. He was the FDPs lead can ...

                                               

Andreas Stoch

Andreas Stoch is a German politician and member of the Landtag of Baden-Wurttemberg. He is a member of the Social Democratic Party and leader of its Baden-Wurttemberg state branch since November 2018. He previously served as state Minister for Cu ...

                                               

Stephen III

Stephen III may refer to: Stefan Dragutin of Serbia, Stephen III of Serbia died in 1316 Stephen III Bathory died 1444, Hungarian nobleman and commander, Palatine of Hungary Stephen III, Duke of Bavaria 1337–1413 Stephen III of Hungary 1147–1172, ...

                                               

Ann-Sophie Bohm-Eisenbrandt

Ann-Sophie Bohm-Eisenbrandt is a German politician of Alliance 90/The Greens. She has been the co-spokesperson of the party in Thuringia since January 2020. She is a member of the Weimar city council and leader of the Greens group in the council.

                                               

Brumbach

Roger Alan Brumback 1948–2013, American neurologist, namesake of Brumbacks night monkey Clarence L. Brumback died 2012, American public health director, 1989 winner of Sedgwick Memorial Medal Helga and Sylvia Brumbach, target girls Charles T. Bru ...

                                               

Wolfgang Teuchert

Born in Rostock, Teuchert grew up in Rostock, his father was the Germanist Hermann Teuchert. He first studied at the University of Rostock and moved to the University of Kiel. There he was awarded the title Die Baugeschichte der Petrikirche zu Lu ...

                                               

Rudolf Bulck

Born in Neumunster, Bulck was the child of Hartwig Friedrich Bulck from Hufner and his wife Elsabe, nee Rohwedder. After attending grammar school in Plon he studied German and Romance philology, Danish and history in Freiburg, Kiel and Berlin. In ...

                                               

Eugen Leibfried

Eugen Leibfried was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Bate

Bate, a village in Hungary Bate, Burkina Faso, a town in Burkina Faso Bate, Nova Gorica, a village in the Municipality of Nova Gorica, Slovenia Bate Islands, Nunavut, Cana Bate Empire, a pre-colonial state in what is today Guinea Bate Attica, a d ...

                                               

Flortaucipir (18F)

Flortaucipir, sold under the brand name Tauvid, is a radioactive diagnostic agent indicated for use with positron emission tomography imaging to image the brain. The most common adverse reactions include headache, injection site pain and increase ...

                                               

Domenico Maria Corsi

Domenico Maria Corsi was a Catholic cardinal who served as Bishop of Rimini from 1687 to his death, and as Legate of Romagna from 1687 to 1693.

                                               

Matteo Spagnolo

Spagnolo started playing basketball at the age of four and began his youth career with Aurora Brindisi. At age 12, he scored 78 points and 77 points in the semifinal and final of the regional under-14 championship, respectively. At 13 years of ag ...

                                               

Piazza Euclide railway station (Rome)

The Piazza Euclide railway station is a railway station in Rome, on the Rome–Civitacastellana–Viterbo railway, managed by ATAC. It is the only underground stop of the line, excluding the Flaminio terminus. The official name of the facility is Sta ...

                                               

Giuseppe Petrelli

Giuseppe Petrelli was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who served in the diplomatic service of the Holy See in Asia.

                                               

Desmond Moela

Desmond Lawrence Moela is a South African politician. A party member of the African National Congress, he also been serving as a Member of the National Assembly of South Africa since the 22 May 2019. Moela had previously been involved in the Afri ...

                                               

Mekhi Lewis

Mekhi Kevin Lewis is an American freestyle and folkstyle wrestler. In freestyle, he is a junior World Champion representing the United States. As a folkstyle wrestler, Lewis is an NCAA Division I champion and ACC champion out of Virginia Tech and ...

                                               

Roberto Gervaso

Roberto Gervaso was an Italian writer and journalist. He won the Premio Bancarella twice: for LItalia dei Comuni in 1967, and for Cagliostro in 1973. Gervaso was born in Turin where he grew up. He started working as an editor and staff writer at ...

                                               

Leona Tate

Leona Tate is an American activist who was one of the three African American children to have desegregated the McDonogh 19 Elementary School in New Orleans in 1960. Tate was born in New Orleans. She and her family were selected among many applica ...

                                               

Adrian Iovita

Adrian Iovița is a Romanian-Canadian mathematician, specializing in arithmetic algebraic geometry and p -adic cohomology theories.

                                               

Wolfgang Koch

Koch studied at University of Music and Performing Arts Munich and went on to study under Josef Metternich in Feldafing and then Gianni Raimondi in Milan. He was first engaged in a permanent role at the Stadttheater Bern in 1991. In 1993 he moved ...

                                               

Capoid race

Capoid race is a grouping formerly used for the Khoikhoi and San peoples in the context of a now-outdated model of dividing humanity into different races. The term was introduced by Carleton S. Coon in 1962 and named for the Cape of Good Hope. Co ...

                                               

Ronke Adekoluejo

Ronke Adekoluejo is an English actress known for playing Jack Starbright in the Amazon Prime teenage spy thriller television series Alex Rider in 2020, and for her appearances in Doctor Who, the Netflix musical Been So Long.

                                               

Katia Bertoldi

Katia Bertoldi is the William and Ami Kuan Danoff Professor of Applied Mechanics at Harvard University. Her research has been highlighted by many news sources including the BBC, and as of June 2020 had been cited over 11.000 times.

                                               

Sumathi Rao

Sumathi Rao is an Indian theoretical physicist and professor at Harish-Chandra Research Institute working in the field of condensed matter physics. She is a former memeber of women in physics promotion of International Union of Pure and Applied P ...

                                               

Gladiatrix (disambiguation)

A gladiatrix is the female equivalent of the gladiator of ancient Rome. Gladiatrix or variants may refer to: "Gladiatoresses", an episode of Top Model Scandinavian season 3 "Gladiatrix", a song by Myrkur from the 2017 album Mareridt Gladiatress, ...

                                               

Amalia Macias

Macias was born in Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico. She began her career at the age of 13, winning an amateur contest at Irapuatos Cine Rialto with her interpretation of the song "Dos arbolitos". Her prize consisted of a box of Lerma soda and a pass ...

                                               

Marss

Tyler Martins, also known as Marss, is an American professional Super Smash Bros. player. In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U he won several minor tournaments but failed to take any of the premier-events, and was ranked as the 16th best player of all ...

                                               

Lassa

Lassa hastata Pavonia hastata, a shrub in the family Malvaceae Saphenista lassa, a species of moth of the family Tortricidae Asthena lassa, a moth in the family Geometridae Lassa virus LASV, an arenavirus that causes Lassa hemorrhagic fever Lassa ...

                                               

Ode-Itsekiri

Ode-Itsekiri is a community in Warri South Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. It is also called Itsekiri-Olu and Big Warri. It is the ancestral home of the Itsekiri people and one of the first autonomous communities before the crownin ...

                                               

Tolu A Akinyemi

Akinyemi moved from Nigeria to the UK in 2010 and has since published seven books. Akinyemi released his debut book of poetry, Dead Lions Dont Roar, in 2017, which contained a variety of themes the author had discussed over a decade of his bloggi ...