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Gaius Valerius Eudaemon

Gaius Valerius Eudaemon was a Roman eques who held a number of military and civilian positions during the reigns of the Emperors Hadrian and Antonius Pius, which include praefectus of Roman Egypt. He is known as a close friend of the emperor Hadr ...

                                               

Charles Hayes

Charles Hayes may refer to: Charles G. Hayes 1937–2014, American musician Charles Geoffrey Hayes 1942-2018, English television presenter and actor, better known as Geoffrey Hayes Charles H. Hayes 1906–1995, 8th Assistant Commandant of the Marine ...

                                               

Billow Kerow

Billow Kerrow is a Kenyan politician from Mandera County. He served as a Member of Parliament for Mandera Central constituency and the first senator of Mandera county from 2013 - 2017. Billow Kerrow also served as KANUs shadow finance minister in ...

                                               

Fair Trade Music

Fair Trade Music is an independent movement dedicated to building an ethical, sustainable and transparent music ecosystem equitable for everyone in the music value chain. It aims to encourage the emergence of a music streaming economy that fairly ...

                                               

Yongxi

Yongxi Township, Zhejiang 泳溪乡, a township in Tiantai County, Zhejiang, China Yongxi, a village in Meichuan, Wuxue, Huanggang, Hubei Yongxi Subdistrict 雍熙街道, a subdistrict in Nayong County, Guizhou, China Yongxi, Chongqing, Dazu District, C ...

                                               

Sanhe

Sanhe Subdistrict, Sandu County 三合街道, in Sandu Shui Autonomous County, Guizhou Sanhe Subdistrict, Chengdu 三河街道, in Xindu District, Chengdu, Sichuan Sanhe Subdistrict, Fengdu County 三合街道, in Fengdu County, Chongqing

                                               

Iglesia de Santa Maria

Iglesia de Santa Maria may refer to: Iglesia de Santa Maria Villamayor, a church in Asturias, Spain Iglesia de Santa Maria Soto de Luiña, a church in Asturias, Spain Iglesia de Santa Maria Arzabal, a church in Asturias, Spain Iglesia de Santa Mar ...

                                               

Church of the Advent

Church of the Advent, Advent Church, Cathedral of the Advent, or other variations may refer to: First Day Advent Christian Church, Maryhill, Washington Church of the Advent Limestone, Maine Episcopal Church of the Advent / St. Johns Chapel, Cape ...

                                               

Bernard Williams (disambiguation)

Sir Bernard Williams was an English moral philosopher. Bernard or Bernie Williams may also refer to: Bernard Williams sprinter born 1978, American athlete Bernie Williams 1970s outfielder born 1948, American National League baseball outfielder Be ...

                                               

Continuation (disambiguation)

Analytic continuation, a technique in complex analysis Numerical continuation, a method to compute approximate solutions of a system of non-linear equations Continuing patent application, a special type of patent application Continuation War, the ...

                                               

Macroscope (science concept)

In science, the concept of a macroscope is the antithesis of the microscope, namely a method, technique or system by which a very large object can be observed, for example the Earth and its contents, or conceptually, the Universe. Obviously, a si ...

                                               

LaShyra Nolen

LaShyra Lash Nolen is an American medical student and science communicator. She is the first Black woman to become class president of the Harvard Medical School. In 2020 Nolen was selected by The Root as one of their Young Futurists.

                                               

Alan Winnington

Alan Winnington was a British journalist, war correspondent and communist activist known for his coverage of the Korean War and Chinese Communist Revolution. His most well-known and documented work was the 1950 anti-war pamphlet titled "I saw Tru ...

                                               

International District

International District or International Village can refer to: International Village Mall in Vancouvers Chinatown Buford Highway community a.k.a. DeKalb County International Village district in the Atlanta metro area International Village, a resid ...

                                               

David Quinlan (singer)

David Martin Quinlan is a Northern Irish worship leader, singer, songwriter and pastor, naturalized Brazilian. He is a well-known evangelical singer, worship leader of Irish origin. His family came to Brazil as a refugee because his father, a gre ...

                                               

Barras

Barras, Piaui, Brazil Duas Barras, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Barras, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France Sete Barras, São Paulo, Brazil Barras, Cumbria, England

                                               

Urequena language

The extinct Urequena language is closely related to Andoque. It is known only from an unpublished word list by Austrian naturalist Johann Natterer that was probably recorded in June or July 1831.

                                               

Elyakim Rosenblatt

Rabbi Elyakim Getzel Rosenblatt was an American Orthodox rabbi. He was the founder and rosh yeshiva of Yeshiva Kesser Torah in Kew Gardens Hills, Queens.

                                               

Akorhi Gola

Akorhi Gola is a village and corresponding community development block in Rohtas district of Bihar, India. Located 13 km north of Dehri on the road to Rajpur, Akorhi Gola is known for its blanket weaving industry. It hosts a cattle market during ...

                                               

Chhawrtui

Chhawrtui is a village in the Champhai district of Mizoram, India. It is located in the Khawzawl R.D. Block. The Tuivawl river rises near the Chhawrtui village.

                                               

Chalrang

Chalrang is a village in the Champhai district of Mizoram, India. It is located in the Khawzawl R.D. Block. 136km far away from state Capital Aizawl City of Mizoram.

                                               

Mashona

Mashona may refer to: Mashona language, a Bantu language also known as the Mashona language Mashona people, a Bantu ethnic group also known as the Mashona people Mashonaland, a region in northern Zimbabwe 1467 Mashona, a rare-type carbonaceous as ...

                                               

Fazal Rahim Marwat

Fazal Rahim Marwat, is a renowned educator, writer, researcher, historian and former vice-chancellor of Bacha Khan University, Charsadda.

                                               

Jose Aldo (footballer)

Jose Aldo Soares de Oliveira Filho, known as Jose Aldo or Ze Aldo, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Portuguese club Portimonense, on loan from Guarani de Palhoça.

                                               

Sielec

Sielec, Subcarpathian Voivodeship south-east Poland Sielec, Gmina Opoczno, Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Sielec, Podkarpackie Voivodeship Sielec, Grojec County, Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Sielec, Gmina Zarnow, Lodz Voivodeship cen ...

                                               

Kamieniec

Kamieniec, Torun County in Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship north-central Poland Kamieniec, Opatow County in Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship south-central Poland Kamieniec, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship north Poland Kamieniec, Lodz Voivodeship central P ...

                                               

Podole

Podole may refer to: Podole, Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Podole, Subcarpathian Voivodeship south-east Poland Podole, Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship south-central Poland Podole, Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Podole, Aleksandrow County in ...

                                               

Copper Island (disambiguation)

Copper Island is a local name for the northern part of the Keweenaw Peninsula in northern Michigan, United States. Copper Island may also refer to: Medny Island, an island in the North Pacific one of the Komandorski Islands located near Attu at t ...

                                               

Anigozanthos bicolor

Anigozanthos bicolor, commonly known as little kangaroo paw or two coloured kangaroo paw, is a grass-like perennial herb native to the south western coastal parts of Western Australia.

                                               

Postal voting in the United States

Postal voting in the United States, domestically referred to as vote-by-mail, mail-in voting, or Vote from Home, is a form of absentee ballot in the United States, in which a ballot is mailed to the home of a registered voter, the voter fills it ...

                                               

DNL

DNL, dnl, or similar, may refer to: Day-Night Average Sound Level, a measure of average noise level over a day Discard to next line, a comment delimiter in the m4 computer language dnL, a short-lived soft drink produced by Cadbury Schweppes Ameri ...

                                               

Cessie Alfonso

Cecilia Alfonso is an American forensic social worker, mitigation specialist, and activist. She is the founder and president of Alfonso Consultants, Inc. who is best known for specializing in death penalty cases.

                                               

GTD

GTD may refer to: Global Terrorism Database, maintained at University of Maryland Gourinathdham railway station, in West Bengal, India GT Daytona, a class in the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Volkswagen Golf Mk7#Golf GTD, Grand Tour Diesel c ...

                                               

Allyship

Allyship is the practice of emphasizing social justice, inclusion, and human rights by members of an ingroup, to advance the interests of an oppressed or marginalized outgroup. Allyship is part of the anti-oppression or anti-racist conversation, ...

                                               

Editions Karthala

Karthala is a French publishing house specializing in the history, sociology, religion, languages and geopolitics of developing countries. Its headquarters is at 22-24 boulevard Arago in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, France. Karthala was foun ...

                                               

Fariba Rahimi (model)

Fariba Rahimi is a Norwegian model. Born in Iran, she moved to Turkey and came to Norway when she was 18. Rahimi is also a nurse and she has worked for two years for a local model agency in Trondheim, Norway. Rahimi is also notable for her work w ...

                                               

Migrants and Ethnic-minorities for Reproductive Justice

The Migrants and Ethnic-minorities for Reproductive Justice is an Irish advocacy group for reproductive rights for migrants, Travellers and people of colour in Ireland.

                                               

Independence Tribunal of Diyarbakır

The Independence Tribunal of Diyarbakır is a court established in March 1925 in order to quell the Sheikh Said rebellion. The court was inspired by the Independence Tribunals which were established during the Turkish War of Independence and which ...

                                               

Waldorf–Astoria (disambiguation)

Waldorf Astoria New York is a historic Manhattan hotel built in 1931. Waldorf–Astoria may also refer to: Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian, a hotel in Edinburgh, Scotland Waldorf Astoria Chicago, a hotel in Chicago, Illinois, USA Waldorf ...

                                               

South Capital Street Limited Line

The South Capital Street Limited Line, designated Route W9, was a bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between LEnfant Plaza station of the Blue, Yellow, Orange, Green, and Silver lines of the Washington Metro ...

                                               

Minuwangoda Grama Niladhari Division

Minuwangoda Grama Niladhari Division is a Grama Niladhari Division of the Galle Four Gravets Divisional Secretariat of Galle District of Southern Province, Sri Lanka. It has Grama Niladhari Division Code 96H. Galle Harbour, St. Marys Cathedral, G ...

                                               

St Andrew-in-the-Oxmarket Church

St Andrew-in-the-Oxmarket Church is a former Anglican church in the centre of the cathedral city of Chichester in West Sussex, England. The building has existed since the 13th century and was used as a church from then until the mid 20th century, ...

                                               

Priory Church

Priory Church is the name of many Christian churches which have had a connection with a priory. Examples arranged by order of country, then place-name include:

                                               

Pal Singh Purewal

Pal Singh Purewal is a Canadian retired engineer, author, scholar and a teacher. He is commonly known as the architect of the Nanakshahi Calendar and a role model in the Sikh community. He emigrated to the United Kingdom in 1965 and worked as a s ...

                                               

Osek

Osek may refer to several places in the Czech Republic: Osek Teplice District, town in the Teplice District Velky Osek, village in the Kolin District Osek, Nova Gorica, a village in the Nova Gorica municipality in Slovenia Osek Monastery, monaste ...

                                               

Hotel de Boisgelin

Hotel de Boisgelin may refer to: Hotel de Boisgelin Rue Masseran, Paris, a hotel particulier located at 5 Rue Masseran in Paris, sometimes also known as the Hotel de Richepanse. Hotel de Boisgelin Aix-en-Provence, a hotel particulier in Aix-en-Pr ...

                                               

Pistachio (disambiguation)

A pistachio is a culinary nut and the tree that bears it. Pistachio may also refer to: The color named Pistachio, a pale green similar to the color of the nuts interior meat The Pishtacos, a Peruvian gang Yaz Pistachio, a character in Bloom Count ...

                                               

Evens (disambiguation)

The Evens are an ethnic group of Siberia and the Russia Far East. Evens may also refer to: Even numbers The Evens album, their self-titled debut album The Evens, Washington, DC, punk duo Even odds or evens, when a bet will pay out one unit per un ...

                                               

Santa Margherita

Santa Margherita de Cerchi Santa Margherita dAdige, comune in the province of Padova Santa Margherita di Staffora, comune in the province of Pavia Santa Margherita Ligure, comune in the province of Genova Santa Margherita di Atri, frazione of the ...

                                               

Metochi

Metochi may refer to: Metochi Dirfyon, a village in the municipal unit of Kymi, Euboea Metochion, an ecclesiastical embassy church in Eastern Orthodoxy Metochi, Kalavryta, a settlement in the municipality of Kalavryta, Achaea places in Greece Kat ...