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John Waters (disambiguation)

John Waters director born 1893 born 1893-1965, American film director, active 1926-1929 and 1947 John Waters born 1948, English-born Australian actor, musician and singer

                                               

Hero of Two Worlds

The Hero of Two Worlds is a name used to refer to several historic figures, known for their accomplishments in both the Old and New Worlds. Prominent figures called this include: Giuseppe Garibaldi, for his military enterprises in South America a ...

                                               

Andrzej Rzymkowski

Andrzej Maria Rzymkowski was a Polish architect and professor at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology and the Tadeusz Kosciuszko University of Technology. He was son of Jan and Ludwika. Rzymkowski graduated in 1939 at the Lwow Polytec ...

                                               

1999 Jiffy Lube 300

The 1999 Jiffy Lube 300 was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series race that took place on July 11, 1999, at the New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire. This race was the 18th stop of the 1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Series tour.

                                               

1999 Pepsi 400 presented by Meijer

The 1999 Pepsi 400 presented by Meijer was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series race that took place on August 22, 1999, at Michigan Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. This was the twenty-second race in the 1999 NASCAR Winston Cup Series schedule.

                                               

WFB

WFB may refer to: The Washington Free Beacon, an American online newspaper Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, a village in Milwaukee County in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. Warhammer Fantasy Battles, a table top wargame WestfalenBahn, a commuter rail servi ...

                                               

Observation (disambiguation)

Observation is sensing and assimilating the knowledge of a phenomenon into a framework of previous knowledge and ideas. Observation may also refer to: Observation tower Observation in auditing, a procedure to obtain audit evidence. Observation ca ...

                                               

Recapitulation

Recapitulation may refer to: Recapitulation Dentistry-Endodontics, Recapitulation is the sequential reentry and reuse of each previous instrument. Throughout the debriding or filing process, the root canal must be recapitulated. A smaller diamete ...

                                               

2018 Lima municipal election

Municipal elections in Lima were held in 7 October, 2018. 82.56% of eligible voters cast ballots in the election. The mayoral election produced the following results: Luis Castaneda Pardo---136.657 Jorge Muñoz Wells--1.907.693 Jaime Salinas--186. ...

                                               

Cummings House

Cummings House may refer to: Judge Will Cummings House, Chattanooga, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Tennessee Wilson S. Cummings House, Fredericktown, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Ohio Cummings House Palatka, Florida, listed on the NRHP in Flori ...

                                               

Calorie (disambiguation)

A calorie can be any of two units of heat or food energy. The word may also refer to: Calorie count laws for restaurant chains CALERIE, a food research program by the Pennington Biomedical Research Center CalorieMate, a Japanese brand of energy-s ...

                                               

Nick and Jane

Nick and Jane is a 1997 American romantic comedy film directed by Richard Mauro and starring Dana Wheeler-Nicholson, James McCaffrey, David Johansen, Miss Coco Peru and Gedde Watanabe.

                                               

Slippage

Slippage may refer to: Slippage finance, the difference between estimated transaction costs and the amount actually paid Replication slippage, nucleotide duplications created by DNA polymerase during DNA replication Project slippage, in project p ...

                                               

RP 1

RP 1, RP-1, RP.1, RP1, or variant may refer to: RP-1, Rocket Propellant 1 RP1 asteroid 5580 Sharidake or 1988 RP1, asteroid Sharidake, RP1 from 1998, the 5580th asteroid catalogued RP1, retinitis pigmentosa 1 protein 12576 Oresme or 1999 RP1, ast ...

                                               

Fitzgerald House

Fitzgerald House may refer to: Thomas Fitzgerald House, Port Townsend, Washington, listed on the NRHP in Jefferson County, Washington Paul Fitzgerald House, Louisville, Nebraska, listed on the NRHP in Cass County, Nebraska Perry and Agnes Wadswor ...

                                               

Frost House

Frost House may refer to: in the United States by state, then city Walter Frost House, Cambridge, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed George Nelson Frost House, Cherry Creek, New York Frost House Thibodaux, Louisiana, listed on the NRHP in Lafourche Paris ...

                                               

Muslim ibn al-Walid

Abu al-Walīd Muslim ibn al-Walīd al-Ansārī, also known as Sarī al-Ghawānī, was among the finest poets of the early Abbasid period, and mawla of the Ansar. As worded by Hilary Kilpatrick, he was patronized by Abbasid dignitaries, one of the first ...

                                               

Jack Dye (British Army officer)

Dye was commissioned into the Royal Norfolk Regiment on 13 September 1940. He took part in the Normandy landings in June 1944 during the Second World War. He became commanding officer of the 1st East Anglian Regiment in 1963 and fought against in ...

                                               

Longfellow Middle School

Longfellow Middle School can refer to several schools in the United States: Longfellow Middle School Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Middle School, Fairfax County, Virginia Longfellow Middle School Norman, Ok ...

                                               

Longfellow House (disambiguation)

Longfellow House could refer to several places, some of which are related to American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: Longfellow House–Washingtons Headquarters National Historic Site formerly Longfellow National Historic Site, in Cambridge, Mass ...

                                               

Janson (disambiguation)

Paul Janson, the fictional hero in The Janson Directive, a novel by Robert Ludlum Wes Janson, an X-Wing starfighter pilot in Rogue Squadron in the Star Wars movies and expanded universe novels.

                                               

Schleicher (Hammond, Indiana)

Schleicher is a small neighborhood located in the southern portion of Hammond, IN. Schleicher is located south of I-80/94, with US Route 41 bordering to the east, Columbia AVE to the west, and the Little Calumet River to its south, separating Ham ...

                                               

Bananafish

Bananafish may refer to: Banana Fish, a manga and anime series Bananafish Magazine, an underground culture magazine "A Perfect Day for Bananafish", a short story by J. D. Salinger "Bananafishbones", a song by British rock band The Cure

                                               

In God We Trust (disambiguation)

"In God We Trust" The West Wing, an episode of The West Wing In God We Tru$t, a 1980 film starring Marty Feldman and Peter Boyle In God We Trust, a short film by Jason Reitman "In God We Trust" Arrested Development, an episode of Arrested Develop ...

                                               

Natures God

Natures God may refer to: Nature god, or nature deity, a deity in charge of forces of nature Natures God book, a book by Robert Anton Wilson in The Historical Illuminatus Chronicles God in Deism, that is used in the United States Declaration of I ...

                                               

Werd

Werd may refer to: W E RD, a segment on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Werd, the German name for Vard village, Chirpar Commune, Sibiu County, Romania Werdholzli, an area of Zurich nearby Werdinsel. Werd Lake Constance, the main island of the ...

                                               

Imported (song)

Imported is a song by Canadian singer Jessie Reyez from her second extended play Being Human in Public. The original version of the song featured Jamaican singer JRM. Both artists wrote the song alongside its producer Hennedub. A remix of the son ...

                                               

Kate Swaffer

Kate Swaffer is an advocate for dementia patients in South Australia. She was awarded Australian of the Year for South Australia in 2017. Swaffer was diagnosed with dementia shortly before her 50th birthday in 2008. She has subsequently completed ...

                                               

Geoff Tracey

John Geoffrey Tracey was an Australian ecologist and botanist whose pioneering research work in partnership with Dr. Leonard Webb within the Rainforest Ecology Unit of the CSIRO in the 1950s led to the publication of the first systematic classifi ...

                                               

Tom Gilbert (rugby league)

Tom Gilbert is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a lock for the North Queensland Cowboys in the National Rugby League.

                                               

Gordon Toll

Gordon Toll is a career mining industry professional and company director, with long term interests in iron ore mining and magnetite project development. In 2020 he was appointed non-executive director of Free Eyre Ltd and its subsidiary Peninsul ...

                                               

John Crosby (businessman)

John Crosby is an Australian farmer and chairman of Free Eyre Ltd and its subsidiary, Peninsula Ports Pty Ltd. The company intends to build Port Spencer for the export of grain on a site adjacent to Lipson Cove on Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.

                                               

Corn Exchange, Chichester

The Corn Exchange is a Grade II* listed building in Chichester, West Sussex, England. Built in 1833, the building has also been used as a Granada cinema. It is currently leased to a number of companies, including Next and the Boston Tea Party caf ...

                                               

Ryan Doyle (boxer)

Doyle made his professional debut on 2 March 2012, scoring a third-round technical knockout TKO victory against Michael Stupart at the Castle Leisure Centre in Bury, England. After compiling a record of 9–0 5 KOs, he faced Ian Bailey for the vaca ...

                                               

McKillop

McKillop, MacKillop, Mackillop may refer to: People McKillop surname, the surnames McKillop, MacKillop, and Mackillop Places McKillop Street, Melbourne McKillop, Ontario McKillop No. 220, Saskatchewan Huron East, Ontario redirect from McKillop To ...

                                               

John Wroth

John Wroth may refer to: Sir John Wroth, 2nd Baronet 1653–1677, of the Wroth baronets John Acton Wroth, from Toodyay, Western Australia John Wroth MP for Liverpool died after July 1616, MP for Liverpool UK Parliament constituency in 1593 John Wro ...

                                               

1960–1970 South Pacific cyclone seasons

January 11 - 12, 1970 - A tropical depression brought gale-force winds to both Fiji and Tonga. February 10 - 19, 1970 - Tropical Cyclone Dawn. April 12 - 18, 1970 - Tropical Cyclone Helen. January 2 - 19, 1970 - Severe Tropical Cyclone Adas precu ...

                                               

Eric Watterson

Eric Watterson is an Australian former professional basketball player who played 11 seasons in the National Basketball League for the Perth Wildcats.

                                               

Riina Ruismaki

Riina Ruismaki is a Finnish aesthetic group gymnast. She is a two-time Finnish National champion in Aesthetic group gymnastics competing with Team Minetit. She is the 2017 AGG Junior World champion.

                                               

BWS

BWS may mean: Benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome Brainwave synchronization The Black Wall Street Records, a record label started by rapper Game Bombardier Wien Schienenfahrzeuge, Bombardier Vienna rail vehicles Bishop Walsh Primary School, a prim ...

                                               

Matthias Joseph Mehs

Matthias Joseph Mehs was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Ragnvald Olafsson (disambiguation)

Ragnvald Olafsson are Anglicised forms of the Old Norse: Rognvaldr Olafsson and Rǫgnvaldr Olafsson. The names correspond to the Mediaeval Gaelic: Ragnall mac Amlaib.

                                               

Carl Decaluwe

Carl Decaluwe is a Belgian politician who has been the Governor of West Flanders since 2012. He is a member of Christen-Democratisch en Vlaams.

                                               

Jewish Diplomatic Corps

Jewish Diplomatic Corps, also referred to as World Jewish Diplomatic Corps - is an international network of Jewish professionals engaged in public diplomacy. The Jewish Diplomatic Corps was initiated in February 2006 by the World Jewish Congress ...

                                               

Koose

Koose is spicy black-eyed peas fritter that is commonly eaten in West Africa as a snack. It was introduced to West Africa by the Hausa people of Northern Nigeria and other parts of West Africa such as the northern region of Ghana, Sierra Leone an ...

                                               

2000 Santos FC season

The 2000 season was Santos Futebol Clubes eighty-eighth in existence and the clubs forty-first consecutive season in the top flight of Brazilian football.

                                               

KPAC

KPAC may refer to: Kerala Peoples Arts Club, a theatrical arts club in Kerala, India K-PAC University of the Pacific, a radio station on the campus of the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, United States Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coe ...

                                               

Tommy McKenzie

Thomas McKenzie was a Scottish professional footballer who played as a right or left half, featuring solely at senior level for Motherwell. In his first season with the club, 1931–32, they were Scottish league champions, but McKenzie was a reserv ...

                                               

Stephanie Putson

Stephanie Putson is an English film, television, and stage actress. Born on Teesside, after taking to the stage Putson gained her first screen role in the Tyne Tees Television serial The Gambling Man 1995 in which she had the lead role of Janie, ...

                                               

Edith DesMarais

DesMarais graduated from Portland High School in Maine. DesMarais attended Gorham State Teachers College, now known as the University of Sourthern Maine.