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Arthur Eaton

He was born in Sutton on the Hill, Derbyshire, the son of Charles Eaton 1819-1893 farmer of Etwall and Jane Morley 1822-1886. He was baptised on 30 December 1857 in St Michaels Church, Sutton-on-the-Hill. He was educated at Repton School. He marr ...

                                               

Whitgift

Whitgift may refer to: Whitgift, East Riding of Yorkshire, a small village near the confluence of the River Ouse and the River Trent. the Whitgift Almshouses Trinity School of John Whitgift, an independent school in Croydon Old Palace School of J ...

                                               

CM2

CM2, CM-2 or cm 2 may refer to: Connection Machine-2, a super computer Captain Marvel Jr. a fictional superhero Championship Manager 2 cm 2 square centimetre The Chelmsford postcode area Configuration Management, previously known as CMII A primar ...

                                               

Francis S. Mair

Francis S. Mair is a British chemist and a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chemistry at The University of Manchester. His research is based on synthetic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, catalysis and polymer chemistry.

                                               

Mathias Nilsson

Mathias Nilsson is a Norwegian chemist and a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at The University of Manchester. His research in general is based on physical chemistry and analytical chemistry, specifically on development and application of ...

                                               

David Collison (chemist)

David Collison is a British chemist and a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at The University of Manchester. His research in general is based on inorganic chemistry and magnetochemistry, specifically on coordination chemistry, EPR spectros ...

                                               

Murder of Marion Crofts

The Murder of Marion Crofts was the rape and murder of 14-year old Marion Crofts in Aldershot, Hampshire in June 1981. The case is notable for the 21 year delay in justice before former soldier Tony Jasinskyj was found guilty as a result of advan ...

                                               

Clark High School

There are several Clark High Schools: Anderson W. Clark Magnet High School, La Crescenta, California Clark Junior-Senior High School, Clark, South Dakota Sheldon Clark High School, Inez, Kentucky Clark School Rowley, Massachusetts George Rogers C ...

                                               

Whiteface

Whiteface, Texas, a town Whiteface Consolidated Independent School District, a public school district based in Whiteface, Texas Whiteface, Minnesota Mount Whiteface, in the White Mountains of New Hampshire Whiteface River Minnesota Whiteface Rese ...

                                               

HISD

HISD may stand for: Huckabay Independent School District, Huckabay, Texas Hooks Independent School District, in Hooks, Texas Harper Independent School District, in the community of Harper Hamlin Independent School District, in Hamlin, Texas Hitch ...

                                               

Sam Westaway

Samuel Sam Alexander Westaway is an English former first-class cricketer. Westaway was born at Welwyn Garden City in July 1992. He was educated at Dr Challoners Grammar School, before going up to Pembroke College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford ...

                                               

St Thomas of Canterbury Church

St Thomas of Canterbury Church may refer to: St Thomas of Canterbury Church, Chester, Cheshire, UK Church of St Thomas of Canterbury and English Martyrs, St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, UK Cathedral Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Portsmouth, ...

                                               

Rockford High School

Rockford High School may mean: Rockford High School Michigan in Kent County, Michigan - uses the team name the Rams One of the other four secondary Public schools of Rockford, Illinois Rockford High School Minnesota in Hennepin County, Minnesota ...

                                               

Dennis Talbot (British Army officer)

Educated at Tonbridge School and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Talbot was commissioned into the Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment in 1928. He deployed to France with the British Expeditionary Force in September 1939 and, after being ca ...

                                               

Tonbridge (disambiguation)

Tonbridge and Malling UK Parliament constituency, current constituency for Tonbridge area Tonbridge UK Parliament constituency, former constituency for Tonbridge area Tonbridge School, an independent school in Tonbridge Tonbridge, a town in Kent, ...

                                               

Stevens School

Stevens School may refer to: in the United States by state Stevens Point State Normal School, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, listed NRHP Stevens School York, Pennsylvania, listed on the NRHP in Pennsylvania Stevens High School Lancaster, Pennsylvania, ...

                                               

WLHS (disambiguation)

West Linn High School, in West Linn, Oregon, United States Whitmore Lake High School, in Whitmore Lake, Michigan, United States Wisconsin Lutheran High School, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States West Leeds High School, in Armley, Leeds, West ...

                                               

Crosby, Lincolnshire

Crosby was a small hamlet in Lincolnshire which has grown into a suburb in the north of Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. Remnants of the old hamlet can be found in Old Crosby. The Anglican Parish Church is St Georges Church, Crosby. Located on the ...

                                               

Mohammed Tikly

Mohammed Tikly - 11 March 2020, Johannesburg) was a South African educator and struggle veteran. A member of the ANC, he spent over thirty years in exile in the UK, Tanzania and Zambia. He was a former director of the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom Col ...

                                               

Rustam School

Rustam School), also known as Rustam Iranian School or simply Rustam, is a Persian-teaching Language School based in London, England. It specialises in language classes for both children and adults teaching them about the Persian language, as wel ...

                                               

Ravensbourne

Ravensbourne may refer to: Ravensbourne UK Parliament constituency, based on the above area Ravensbourne, London, in the London Borough of Bromley Ravensbourne National Park, in Australia Ravensbourne, Queensland, in Australia Ravensbourne railwa ...

                                               

Mansfield School District

Mansfield School District may refer to: Mansfield School District Massachusetts, based in Mansfield, Massachusetts. Mansfield Public Schools, based in Mansfield Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. Mansfield School District Connecticut, based ...

                                               

Summit High School

Summit High School may refer to: Summit High School Bend, Oregon, Bend, Oregon Summit High School South Dakota, a high school in Summit, South Dakota Rockwood Summit High School, Fenton, Missouri Summit High School Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona Summi ...

                                               

John the Divine (disambiguation)

John of Patmos is author of the Book of Revelation. John the Divine or Saint/St John the Divine refers to the man whom Christian tradition variously calls: John the Evangelist 15–?, name traditionally given to the author of the Gospel of John Joh ...

                                               

Hannah Joyce

Hannah J. Joyce is an Australian scientist and engineer, and a lecturer at the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge. Her research specialises in the development of new nanomaterials for applications in optoelectronics and ener ...

                                               

Rebecca Johnson (activist)

Rebecca Johnson is a British peace activist and expert on nuclear disarmament. She is the director and founder of Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy as well as a co-founding strategist and organiser of the International Campaign to Aboli ...

                                               

No. 236 Operational Conversion Unit RAF

No. 236 Operational Conversion Unit was a Royal Air Force Operational Conversion Unit which was active between 1947 and 1992 and formed by re-numbering and merging different units.

                                               

Stafford House (disambiguation)

Stafford House is a mansion in the St. Jamess district in the West End of London. Stafford House may also refer to: in Canada Joseph Stafford House, listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places in the United Kingdom Stafford House College, ...

                                               

Denise Broadley

Broadley was born on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent and studied at the Ipswich School of Art from 1932 to 1935 and at the Westminster School of Art in London between 1936 and 1939. Broadley also spent periods of time at the East Anglican School of P ...

                                               

Smithtown

Smithtown may refer to: Smithtown CDP, New York, a hamlet and census-designated place CDP within the above town Smithtown Christian School, a private school in the above town Smithtown, New York, a town in Suffolk County Smithtown LIRR station, a ...

                                               

Barrington Mills

Barrington Stopford Thomas Mills was an English first-class cricketer and clergyman. The son of The Reverend Thomas Mills, he was born in September 1821 at Great Saxham, Suffolk. He was educated at Harrow School, before going up to Christ Church, ...

                                               

Centre for Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies

The Centre for Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies or C2N, is a joint laboratory between University of Paris-Saclay and the French National Centre for Scientific Research It is located in Palaiseau, 20 miles south of Paris, France. It is the result ...

                                               

Ernst Friedrich

After the war, Friedrich became a member of the French Socialist Party. Since 1947, he was working on building up a new anti-war museum in Paris. He received a grant of 1.000 dollars from an international foundation. He bought a boat and turned i ...

                                               

Armin Pfahl-Traughber

Armin Pfahl-Traughber is a German political scientist, sociologist and government official. He is professor of political science at the Federal University of Applied Administrative Sciences in Germany and is a former director of the office for fa ...

                                               

Martin Krause (mathematician)

Martin Krause, the son of a landowner, studied from 1870 to 1874 at the University of Konigsberg, where he was taught by Friedrich Julius Richelot and Franz Ernst Neumann, and also in Heidelberg and Berlin. In 1873 Krause received his doctorate f ...

                                               

Gerrit Walther

Born Kiel, Walther studied literature, history and philosophy at the Goethe University Frankfurt from 1980 to 1986 and completed an editorial training course at a daily newspaper. His most important academic teachers were Ulrich Muhlack and Notke ...

                                               

Harish Boodhoo

Harisun Boodhoo more commonly known as Harish Boodhoo, is a Mauritian political figure who served as Deputy Prime Minister of Mauritius from 11 June 1982 to 21 August 1983. He was elected Member of Parliament in 1976, 1982 and 1983 in Riviere des ...

                                               

Vijaybhoomi University

Vijaybhoomi University is a private university located in Karjat, Maharashtra, India. It was established in 2018 by an Act of the State Legislature of Maharashtra. It is recognized by the University Grants Commission under Section 22 of UGC Act.

                                               

L.M.S. Law College, Imphal

L.M.S. Law College is a college imparting education in law in Imphal, Manipur. It was established in the year 1958 and offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree sin law. The college is affiliated to Manipur University.

                                               

Begum Badar un nissa Akhtar

Begum Badar un nissa Akhtar was an Indian social reformer and educator from Cuttack, Odisha. She is known for challenging the stringent and orthodox societal norms and for encouraging muslim girls to receive formal and skill based education from ...

                                               

Joginder Singh Bakshi

Lieutenant General Joginder Singh Bakshi MVC, VSM was a General Officer in the Indian Army. He was decorated with the Maha Vir Chakra for his role in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.

                                               

Prometheus School

Prometheus school was founded in 2019. Mukesh Sharma is the chairman of the school. He is also the founder and CEO of QA InfoTech, a software company based in Noida. On May 18th, 2020, the school appointed Rashima Vaid as the Principal of the Sec ...

                                               

Bankati, Paschim Bardhaman

Bankati is located at 23.6001°N 87.4886°E  / 23.6001; 87.4886.

                                               

State and UT Police Forces

The Police Act of 1861 established the principles of organization for police forces in India and, with minor modifications, continues in effect. Although state police forces are separate and may differ in quality of equipment and resources, their ...

                                               

Swami Vivekananda University

Swami Vivekananda University may refer to - Swami Vivekanand University, Madhya Pradesh, a university located in Madhya Pradesh, India VIT University Jaipur, a university located in Jaipur, India Vivekananda College of Technology and Management, ...

                                               

Chowdhary Mohommad Hussain

Chowdhary Mohmmad Hussain was an Indian Politician and was a Bureaucrat. He was part of 4th, 6th, 8th and 9th Jammu and Kashmir state Legislative assembly. He represented the Darhal Vidhan Sabha constituency of Rajouri district of erstwhile State ...

                                               

Darlando T. Khathing

Dr. Darlando Thanmi Khathing is the present Vice Chancellor of North East Christian University. He is also the first Vice Chancellor of Central University of Jharkhand.

                                               

Kerala Dinesh Beedi workers Central Co-op Society

The Cooperative was launched in 1969 with the help of assistance from Second E. M. S. Namboodiripad ministry. This cooperative came up as a result of workers resistance against the exploitation of private capital. From the 1940s the organised lab ...

                                               

Kha-Manipur College

Kha-Manipur College, established in 1966, is a general degree college in Kakching, Manipur. It offers undergraduate courses in science, arts and commerce. It is affiliated to Manipur University. It is one of the best general degree college in Man ...

                                               

Don Bosco College, Maram

Don Bosco College, Maram, established in 2000, is a general degree college in Maram, Senapati district, Manipur. It offers undergraduate courses in science, arts and commerce. It is affiliated to Manipur University. It is one of the best general ...