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Michel Bellen

Michel Bellen also called the Wurger van Linkeroever, was a Belgian murderer regarded as the first serial killer in Flanders. In August 1964, he raped a woman after chasing her from the supermarket in Linkeroever. The woman was able to escape. Af ...

                                               

Wendelstein 7-AS

Wendelstein 7-was an experimental stellarator which was in operation from 1988 to 2002 by the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Garching. It was the first of a new class of advanced stellarators with modular coils, designed with the goal ...

                                               

Freddy Horion

Freddy Andre Horion aka de Zonnebril is a Belgian convicted murderer. Along with Roland Feneulle, he was convicted in 1980 of the murder of the Steyaert family on 23 June 1979.

                                               

Maasgau

The Maasgau, Masao, or Maasland, was an early medieval region or pagus, on both sides of the Maas river starting at the city of Maastricht. It was sometimes described as a county comitatus.

                                               

Nicrophorus cadaverinus

Nicrophorus cadaverinus is not currently a valid species name, although the name has been applied independently to three different Nicrophorus species, each of which had already been described an alternate name: Nicrophorus vespillo, mistakenly d ...

                                               

P90

P90 or P-90 may refer to: P-90, an electric guitar pickup produced by Gibson since 1946 HMAS Attack P 90, the lead ship of the Attack -class patrol boats used by the Royal Australian Navy 90th percentile Tesla Model X P90D, all-electric cross-ove ...

                                               

Lambert Bidloo

Amstertdams enterprising man of letters, Lambert Bidloo, was an apothecary by profession. In his field he collaborated with the noted Dutch botanist Jan Commelin with an introductory essay, De re herbaria for his Catalogus plantarum indigenarum. ...

                                               

Veronica Paeper

Paeper was born on 9 April 1944 in Port Shepstone but trained with Dulcie Howes at the University of Cape Town Ballet School after her family moved to Cape Town. Although noted as South Africas most prolific choreographer, Paeper was also a princ ...

                                               

2020–21 Regional Super50

The 2020–21 Regional Super50 is scheduled to be the 47th edition of the Regional Super50, the domestic limited-overs cricket competition for the countries of the Cricket West Indies. Six teams will contest the tournament – Barbados, Guyana, Jamai ...

                                               

Weyl expansion

In physics, Weyl expansion, also known as Weyl identity or angular spectrum expansion, expresses an outgoing spherical wave as a linear combination of plane waves. In Cartesian coordinate system, it can be denoted as e − j k 0 r = 1 j 2 π ∫ − ∞ ∞ ...

                                               

2001 Davis Cup Americas Zone Group III

The Americas Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2001. In the Americas Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. The top two ...

                                               

Kozice

Kozice may refer to: Kozice, Garwolin County, a village in Masovian Voivodeship, east-central Poland Kozice Gornji Vakuf, a village near Gornji Vakuf-Uskoplje, Bosnia and Herzegovina Kozice, Gostynin County, a village in Masovian Voivodeship, eas ...

                                               

Pejo Coskovic

Pejo Coskovic, born on April 12, 1952 in Domaljevac near Bosanski Samac, is Bosnian medievalist and lecturer at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Sarajevo, Department of History, in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

                                               

2019–20 First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The 2019–20 First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina was the twenty-fifth season of the First League of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the second tier football league of Bosnia and Herzegovina, since its original establ ...

                                               

Čifluk

Čifluk may refer to: Čifluk Ilijas, a village in the municipality of Ilijas, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina Chiflik, the non-Turkish spelling of an Ottoman system of land management Čifluk Visoko, a village in the mu ...

                                               

Odzak (disambiguation)

Odzak may refer to the following places: Odzak Livno, village in the municipality of Livno, Bosnia and Herzegovina Odzak Ilijas, village in the municipality of Ilijas, Bosnia and Herzegovina Odzak, a town in the northern part of Bosnia and Herzeg ...

                                               

List of barrios and sectores of Dorado, Puerto Rico

Like all municipalities of Puerto Rico, Dorado is subdivided into administrative units called barrios, which are like minor civil divisions. The barrios in turn are further subdivided into smaller local populated place areas/units called sectores ...

                                               

Beaver Brook

Beaver Brook Estates, Alberta Beaver Brook Park, Alberta Beaver Brook, New Brunswick, in Albert County Beaver Brook, Nova Scotia Beaver Brook Station, New Brunswick, or Beaverbrook, in Northumberland County

                                               

Turtle Creek

Canada Turtle Creek New Brunswick, a tributary of the Petitcodiac River United States Turtle Creek Little Miami River, a tributary of the Little Miami River in Turtlecreek Township, Warren County, Ohio Turtle Creek West Virginia Turtle Creek Mata ...

                                               

Upsalquitch

Upsalquitch may refer to: Upsalquitch, New Brunswick, an unincorporated area Little Southeast Upsalquitch River, a tributary of the Upsalquitch Southeast River, flowing in the Balmoral Parish, New Brunswick Southeast Upsalquitch River, a tributar ...

                                               

Iroquois River

Iroquois River or Riviere des Iroquois may refer to: Iroquois River Indiana-Illinois, a tributary of the Kankakee River in Indiana and Illinois in the United States Deuxieme bras des Iroquois, a tributary of the Riviere aux Iroquois Riviere aux I ...

                                               

Marysville

Marysville, New Brunswick Marysville, Hastings County, Ontario, in Tyendinaga Marysville, Frontenac County, Ontario, on Wolfe Island Marysville, British Columbia, now part of Kimberley

                                               

Miller Lake

Miller Lake may refer to: In Canada Miller Lake, a lake in Guysborough County, Nova Scotia Miller Lake Nova Scotia, a lake in Fall River, Nova Scotia Miller Lake, a lake of the Gouin Reservoir, in La Tuque, in Mauricie, in Quebec. Miller Lake Moo ...

                                               

Bridgeville

Bridgeville can refer to: Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, borough in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Bridgeville, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Bridgeville, Delaware, town in Sussex County, Delaware Bridgeville, New York, hamlet in Sullivan Cou ...

                                               

Sheep Island

Sheep Island, Pembrokeshire, an island of Wales Insh Island, Slate Islands, Argyll and Bute, Scotland Sheep Island, Argyll, Argyll and Bute, Scotland Sheep Island England, Cumbria Sheep Island, County Antrim, a townland in County Antrim, Northern ...

                                               

Bishopsgate (disambiguation)

Bishopsgate was a gate in the City wall of London. It gives its name to: United Kingdom Bishopsgate, a street and ward in the City of London Bishopsgate railway station, a former railway station Bishopsgate Low Level railway station, a former rai ...

                                               

Salem, Ontario

Salem may refer to one of seven places with that name in Ontario, Canada: Bruce County Salem, Arran–Elderslie, Ontario, in the municipality of Arran–Elderslie Salem, South Bruce, Ontario, in the municipality of South Bruce Salem, Frontenac County ...

                                               

Bobs Lake

Bobs Lake or Bobs Lake may refer to one of these lakes in Ontario, Canada: Bobs Lake Hastings County, in Wollaston, Hastings County Bobs Lake Renfrew County, in Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan, Renfrew County Bobs Lake Parry Sound District, Ontario ...

                                               

Gould Lake

Gould Lake Conservation Area, encompassing much of the lake Gould Lake Frontenac County, in South Frontenac Township, Frontenac County, Ontario Gould Lake Sarsfield Creek, in Bompas and Lee Townships, Timiskaming District, Ontario Gould Lake Van ...

                                               

Gibson Lake

Gibson Lake or Lake Gibson may refer to: Canada Algoma District Gibson Lake Baldhead River, in Lake Superior Provincial Park Gibson Lake Pukaskwa River, in Pukaskwa National Park Ontario Gibson Lake Aux Sables River Gibson Lake Peel Region Lake G ...

                                               

Sulphide (disambiguation)

Sulphide is a chemical term associated with the following chemical classes: Sulfide Disulfide Thioether Bisulfide It can also be associated with the name of a geographic location:

                                               

Carp River

Carp River Ottawa in the city of Ottawa, Ontario, which empties into the Ottawa River Carp River Algoma District in Algoma District, Ontario, which empties into Batchawana Bay on northeastern Lake Superior

                                               

Little Black River

Little Black River may refer to: Little Black River Minnesota, a tributary of the Black River Little Black River Arkansas Little Black River Saint John River, a tributary of the Saint John River in Quebec and northern Maine Little Black River Ala ...

                                               

Coldwater River

Coldwater River Algoma District, which flows to Lake Superior Coldwater River Simcoe County, which flows to Lake Huron Coldwater River British Columbia

                                               

Buttermilk Creek

Buttermilk Creek Renfrew County, a tributary of the Muskrat River in the township of Whitewater Region, Ontario Buttermilk Creek Lambton County, a tributary of Stonehouse Drain in the town of Petrolia, Ontario

                                               

Antoine Creek

Antoine Creek may refer to: Antoine Creek Nipissing, a creek in Nipissing County, Ontario, Canada Antoine Creek Cariboo, a creek flowing into Antoine Lake near Horsefly, British Columbia, Canada Antoine Creek Louisiana Antoine Creek Ontario, a cr ...

                                               

Mechanicsville

Mechanicsville is the name of several localities in North America: Canada Mechanicsville Ottawa, a neighborhood in Ottawa, Ontario United States Mechanicsville, Missouri Mechanicsville, Hunterdon County, New Jersey Mechanicsville, Middlesex Count ...

                                               

Jackson Creek

Jackson Creek may refer to: In Australia Jackson Creek Victoria, a watercourse of the Port Phillip catchment in Victoria In Canada Jackson Creek Alberta Jackson Creek Toronto Jackson Creek Peterborough, Ontario In the United States Jackson Creek ...

                                               

Frith Lake (Sudbury District)

Frith Lake is lake in geographic Churchill Township the Unorganized North Part of Sudbury District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. The lake is in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin.

                                               

Whitefish River

Whitefish River may refer to: In Canada Whitefish River Lac Seul, in Kenora District and a sub-tributary of Lac Seul Whitefish River Night Hawk Lake, in Cochrane and Timiskaming Districts Whitefish River Thunder Bay District Whitefish River Manit ...

                                               

Corrigan Lake

Corrigan Lake, Lake Corrigan or Lac Corrigan may refer to one of the following lakes in Canada: Ontario Corrigan Lake Sudbury District Corrigan Lake Thunder Bay District Corrigan Lake Kenora District Lac Corrigan in Val-des-Monts, Les Collines-de ...

                                               

Vermillion River

Vermillon River La Tuque, a river in Quebec Vermilion River Manitoba, a river in Manitoba Vermilion River Sudbury District, a tributary of the Spanish River Vermilion River Lac Seul, a tributary of Lac Seul on the English River Vermilion River Br ...

                                               

Ferree River

Ferree River) may refer to: Ferree River Sapins River tributary, in Sainte-Françoise, Quebec, Canada see List of rivers of Quebec#Watershed of Trois-Pistoles River and Eastern tributaries Ferree River Micosas River tributary, in Saguenay–Lac-Sain ...

                                               

Riviere du Sud

Riviere du Sud-Ouest Yamaska River tributary, in Monteregie, Quebec Riviere du Sud La Sarre River tributary, in Abitibi-Ouest Regional County Municipality, Abitibi-Temiscamingue, Quebec Riviere du Sud-Ouest Saint Lawrence River tributary, a tribu ...

                                               

Riviere du Moulin

Riviere du Moulin may refer to: Riviere du Moulin ile dOrleans, a tributary of the Saint Lawrence River, in Saint-Laurent-de-lIle-dOrleans, in Capitale-Nationale, Quebec, Canada Riviere du Moulin Saguenay River tributary, a tributary of the Sague ...

                                               

Riviere-à-Pierre (disambiguation)

Riviere-à-Pierre is a municipality of the Portneuf Regional County Municipality, in Capitale-Nationale, Quebec, Canada. Riviere-à-Pierre may also refer to: Riviere à Pierre Ha! Ha! River tributary, a stream in Capitale-Nationale and Saguenay-Lac- ...

                                               

Portneuf River

Portneuf River or Riviere Portneuf may refer to: Portneuf River Cote-Nord, a tributary of the Saint Lawrence River in Cote-Nord and Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec, Quebec, Canada; see list of rivers of Quebec Portneuf River East, a tributary of ...

                                               

Riviere Pot au Beurre (ile dOrleans)

The Pot au Beurre River flows through the municipalities of Sainte-Famille-de-lIle-dOrleans and Saint-Pierre-de-lIle-dOrleans, in the LIle-dOrleans Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of Capitale-Nationale, in the province ...

                                               

Saint-Antoine

Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly, Quebec, a municipality in Chaudiere-Appalaches Saint-Antoine-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, a municipality in Monteregie Saint-Antoine-de-lIsle-aux-Grues, Quebec, a parish in Chaudiere-Appalaches Saint-Antoine, New Brunswick, a vi ...

                                               

Bernier River (Saint-Maurice River tributary)

The Bernier River is a tributary of the Saint-Maurice River, flowing on the north shore of the Saint Lawrence River, entirely in the municipality of Saint-Boniface, in the Maskinonge Regional County Municipality, in the administrative region of M ...