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Christopher Street (disambiguation)

Christopher Street is a street in Manhattan, New York. Christopher Street may also refer to the following subway stations in Manhattan: Christopher Street – Sheridan Square IRT Broadway – Seventh Avenue Line, a New York City subway station served ...

                                               

191st

191st may refer to: 191st Infantry Brigade United States, formed as part of the United States Army Reserves 96th Division 191st Southern Alberta Battalion, CEF, a unit in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War 191st Ohio Infa ...

                                               

Yankee Stadium (disambiguation)

Yankee Stadium can refer to: Yankee Stadium 1923, the New York Yankees former ballpark, opened in 1923 161st Street – Yankee Stadium New York City Subway, the subway station complex consisting of 161st Street – Yankee Stadium IRT Jerome Avenue Li ...

                                               

Utica Avenue (disambiguation)

Crown Heights – Utica Avenue IRT Eastern Parkway Line at Eastern Parkway; serving the 2, ​ 3, ​ 4, and ​ 5 trains Reid Avenue BMT Fulton Street Line, a demolished station on the BMT Fulton Street Line, at the intersection of Fulton Street, Utica ...

                                               

Jackson Heights

Jackson Heights may refer to: Jackson Heights, Queens, an area within the Queens section of New York City New York City Subway stations associated with this area Roosevelt Avenue / 74th Street, a station complex consisting of 74th Street – Broadw ...

                                               

149th Street

149th Street may refer to the following New York City Subway stations in the Bronx: 149th Street – Grand Concourse IRT Jerome Avenue Line, serving the 4 train East 149th Street IRT Pelham Line, serving the 6 train 149th Street–Grand Concourse New ...

                                               

Mount Eden (disambiguation)

Mount Eden is a suburb in Auckland, New Zealand Mount Eden may also refer to: Places Maungawhau / Mount Eden, a volcano in Auckland, New Zealand Mount Eden Landing, former name of Eden Landing, California Mount Eden, Bronx, a neighborhood in the ...

                                               

Flatbush Avenue (disambiguation)

Flatbush Avenue LIRR station, in Brooklyn, New York, United States Flatbush Avenue–Brooklyn College IRT Nostrand Avenue Line, in Brooklyn, New York, United States Flatbush Avenue station Connecticut, in West Hartford, Connecticut, United States F ...

                                               

Forest Glen Park, Maryland

Forest Glen Park is an unincorporated community and populated place in Montgomery County, Maryland, and a neighborhood of Silver Spring. This quaint, leafy neighborhoods history dates back to between 1891 and the early twentieth century when the ...

                                               

Southeastern Papuan rain forests

The Southeastern Papuan rain forests is a tropical moist forest ecoregion in southeastern New Guinea. The ecoregion covers the mountainous center and coastal lowlands of the Papuan Peninsula.

                                               

Heart of Wales Line Trail

Heart of Wales Line Trail is a long distance footpath, running 229 kilometres / 142 miles from Craven Arms to Llanelli. It was opened in 2019 following four years of planning. The trail marker is a stylized image of a train crossing the Cynghordy ...

                                               

Monomoy

Monomoy usually refers to Monomoy Island off of the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It may also refer to: Monomoy Point Light in Chatham, Massachusetts Monomoy Regional High School, serving Harwich and Chatham, Massachusetts Monomoy Shoals off ...

                                               

Murray House (disambiguation)

Murray House is a commercial building in Hong Kong. Murray House may also refer to: Robert Murray House, Waltham, Massachusetts James H. Murray House, Linden, Michigan, listed on the NRHP Thomas Murray House Virginia Beach, Virginia Richards-Murr ...

                                               

Baxter House

Baxter House may refer to: in the United States by state, then city Shubael Baxter House, Barnstable, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Baxter–King House, Quincy, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Stoothoff–Baxter–Kouwenhaven House, New York, NY, NRHP-listed B ...

                                               

Logan House

Logan House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Logan, John Sublett Jr. and Caroline Ashton House, Saint Joseph, Missouri, listed on the NRHP in Buchanan County Logan House Wilmington, Delaware, listed on the National Register o ...

                                               

North House

North House, or variations such as North Cottage, may refer to: in England North Cottage, Shoreham-by-Sea, England, a Grade II listed building in the District of Adur in the United States Pforzheimer House Harvard College, formerly named North Ho ...

                                               

Lucille Elsie Lacks

Lucille Elsie Lacks was the daughter of David Lacks and Loretta Pleasant. Elsie had developmental disabilities and was described by her family as "different" or "deaf and dumb". It was also reported she was epileptic, as well as suffering from ne ...

                                               

Tobias Jelinek

Tobias Jelinek is an American actor who got his start in the Walt Disney Pictures film Hocus Pocus, but has since made numerous appearances in film and television.

                                               

John H. Hill

John Henry Hill was an American lawyer, educator, school administrator, and soldier. Hill was the second principal of the West Virginia Colored Institute from 1894 until 1898, and is considered by West Virginia State as its second president.

                                               

Hernan Garrido Lecca

Hernan Jesus Garrido Lecca Montañez is a Peruvian economist, writer, producer, inventor and politician. A popular childrens literature author in Peru, he is most recognized by his work Pirates in Callao, which was adapted into the first CGI motio ...

                                               

Ian Ray

Ray is from Salisbury, England. In 1979, Ray won the Southern Counties marathon championship in Harlow, in a time of 2:16:04. Ray won the 1981 Berlin Marathon in a time of 2:15:41. The top three in the race were all British, as were five of the t ...

                                               

Marek Kordzik

Marek Jan Kordzik was a Polish priest and bishop of the Old Catholic Church in Poland from 2006 to his death in 2016.

                                               

Trout River

Trout River may refer to: Rivers in Canada: Trout River British Columbia, a tributary of the Liard River Trout River Northwest Territories, a tributary of the Mackenzie River Trout River Quebec, a river in Quebec Rivers in the United States: Trou ...

                                               

Watson Island (disambiguation)

Watson Island may refer to: Watson Island Algoma, in the Algoma District of Ontario, Canada Watsons Island, County Down, is a townland in County Down, Northern Ireland Watson Island British Columbia, at the entrance to Mackenzie Sound on the nort ...

                                               

St Dunstans Church

St Dunstan-in-the-East, City of London Church of St. Dunstan, Mayfield, East Sussex St Dunstans, Stepney, London Borough of Tower Hamlets Church of St Dunstan, Baltonsborough, Somerset St Dunstan-in-the-West, City of London St Dunstans Church, Wo ...

                                               

Elsa Galafres

Elsa Galafres was born on May 23, 1879, in Berlin, Germany. She was a German actress, known for Durch Nacht zum Licht. She was married to Clifton Stewart, Ernõ Dohnanyi and Bronislaw Huberman. She died in 1977 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

                                               

Thomas Buchholz

Buchholz was born in 1961 in Eisenach as the son of the oratorio singer and vocal pedagogue Kurt Wichmann and the concert pianist and music teacher Jutta Buchholz nee Gensty. His father was editor of the vocal school of Pier Francesco Tosi. Buchh ...

                                               

Dietrich Burkel

Dietrich Burkel was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Gerhard Muller (theologian)

Gerhard Muller is a German Lutheran theologian. He served as Landesbischof of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Brunswick between 1982 and 1994.

                                               

Grillenberg

Grillenberg may refer to the following villages: Grillenberg Hernstein, cadastral municipality of Hernstein, county of Baden, Lower Austria Grillenberg Thyrnau, village in the municipality of Thyrnau, county of Passau, Bavaria, Germany Grillenber ...

                                               

Rothenbach

Rothenbach may refer to: Rothenbach Griesstatt, in the municipality of Griesstatt, Rosenheim Rothenbach Reuth bei Erbendorf, in the municipality of Reuth bei Erbendorf, Tirschenreuth Rothenbach an der Pegnitz, a city Rothenbach Allgau, a municipa ...

                                               

Jan-Otmar Hesse

Born in Gottingen, Hesse did his community service from 1987 to 1989. From 1989 to 1995 he studied history, economics, political science, film and television studies at the Ruhr-Universitat Bochum. His academic teacher was Dietmar Petzina. Hesse ...

                                               

Rudolf Strohlinger

Rudolf Strohlinger was an Austrian trade unionist, active in Germany. Born in Vienna, Strohlinger trained as a waiter, and in 1883 moved to work in the industry in Berlin. In 1890, he joined the Social Democratic Party of Germany SPD, and was a f ...

                                               

Sven Pagel

Sven Pagel is a German professor for business informatics and media management. His research focuses on digital moving image communication in Internet media, UX and user research, and digital transformation. Since 2013 Pagel has been teaching at ...

                                               

SS Ribinsk

Ribinsk was a Hansa A Type cargo ship which was built as Hendrik Fisser VI in 1943 by NV Werft Gusto, Schiedam, Netherlands for Fisser & Van Doornum, Emden Germany. She was seized as a prize of war in 1945, passing to the Ministry of War Transpor ...

                                               

Frederick of Brunswick-Luneburg

Frederick of Brunswick-Luneburg may refer to: Frederick III, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg 1424-1495, also called Frederick the Restless Frederick Charles Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg 1729–1809 Frederick I, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg c.1357 ...

                                               

William of Brunswick (disambiguation)

William of Brunswick may refer to: William IV, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg c. 1425–1503 William the Younger, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg 1535–1592 Augustus William, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel 1662–1731 August Wilhelm, Duke of Brunswick-Bevern 1 ...

                                               

Henry of Brunswick-Luneburg

Henry of Brunswick-Luneburg may refer to: Henry the Elder, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg 1463–1514 Henry II, Duke of Brunswick-Grubenhagen before 1296 – after 1351 Henry, Duke of Brunswick-Dannenberg 1533–1598 Henry III, Duke of Brunswick-Grubenhage ...

                                               

Jahnstadion

Jahnstadion is the name of several stadiums in Germany, including: Jahnstadion Regensburg, a stadium in Regensburg Jahnstadion Neuss, a stadium in Neuss Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Stadion, a stadium in Herford Jahnstadion Monchengladbach, a stadium in ...

                                               

Fischerinsel (Tollensesee)

Fischerinsel – lake island in Germany, in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, in the district of Mecklenburgische Seenplatte, near Neubrandenburg. It is located in the southern part of Lake Tollensesee, in front of the city of Penzlin. It is a 1 ...

                                               

Walter Gotsmann

Born the son of a teacher, Wilhelm Gotsmann, in Granzow, Mirow, Walter Gotsmann attended the Mirow teacher’s training college from 1905 to 1910, where he received training as a primary school teacher. In 1910 he began teaching in Neucanow. He was ...

                                               

Hubert Schulze-Pellengahr

Hubert Schulze-Pellengahr was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Landau–Lifshitz equation

In physics, the Landau–Lifshitz equation, named for Lev Landau and Evgeny Lifshitz, is a name used for several different differential equations For the Landau–Lifshitz equation describing a magnetic field in 1 + n dimensions see Landau–Lifshitz m ...

                                               

Landau and Lifshitz

Landau and Lifshitz, after Lev Landau and Evgeny Lifshitz, may refer to: Course of Theoretical Physics, a series of physics textbook written by Lev Landau and Evgeny Lifshitz It can also refer to Landau–Lifshitz equation, various equations develo ...

                                               

Artur Immisch

Artur Immisch gained fame during his lifetime as a pianist, less as a composer. His musical legacy has only been gradually reconstructed since 1990.

                                               

1639 in France

Blaise Pascals family move to Rouen. French nobleman Jerome le Royer de la Dauversiere obtains the seigneurial title to the island of Montreal in New France in the name of the Societe Notre-Dame de Montreal to establish a Roman Catholic mission t ...

                                               

Kalonymos of Heuberg

Born in 1726 in Heuberg am Wald Heuberg on the forest. "Heuberg" is a relatively common place name in Germany, so the exact birthplace of Rabbi Kalonymos is unknown. However, by knowing that Rabbi Kalonymos lived in Dresden at the end of his life ...

                                               

Fritz Zietsch

Fritz Zietsch was a German politician and trade unionist. Born in Berlin, Zietsch became a porcelain painter, and joined the Union of Porcelain and Related Workers of Germany. He also joined the Social Democratic Party of Germany SPD, and in 1900 ...

                                               

Dieter-Julius Cronenberg

Dieter Julius Cronenberg was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Josef Grunbeck

Josef Grunbeck was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.