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Richard Wright

Richard Wright author 1908–1960, African-American novelist Richard Wright artist born 1960, British artist and musician, band member of Correcto Richard Wright painter 1735–1775, marine painter Richard Wright musician 1943–2008, founding member o ...

                                               

Prince Louis

Louis, Prince of Conde 1668–1710 prince du sang at the French court of Louis XIV Louis Henri, Prince of Conde 1756 - 1830, brother-in-law of Philippe Egalite Louis, Grand Conde 1621–1686, French general Louis Joseph, Prince of Conde 1736–1818, Pr ...

                                               

John Shairp

John Schairp of Houston was a Scottish lawyer and businessman. Schairp studied at the University of St Andrews for the church, but changed careers and became a lawyer. His practice included work for Edinburgh town council and many private clients ...

                                               

Walter Butler

Walter Butler may refer to: Walter Butler cricketer 1882–1966, Australian cricketer Walter Butler, 11th Earl of Ormond 1569–1632/3, British Army officer Walter Butler Loyalist 1752–1781, Loyalist during the American Revolution, son of John Butler ...

                                               

Thomas Waller

Thomas M. Waller 1840–1924, American politician, Democrat from Connecticut Thomas Waller fl. 1421–1435, English politician, MP for Guildford Thomas Waller died 1613 c. 1569–1613, MP for Dover Thomas Wathen Waller, United Kingdom ambassador to Bel ...

                                               

Charles III de Bourbon

Charles III de Bourbon, was Archbishop of Rouen, and the illegitimate son of Antoine de Bourbon, king of Navarre, and his mistress Louise de La Beraudiere du Rouhet. His half-brother was King Henry IV of France.

                                               

John Farmer

John Farmer may refer to: John Hind Farmer 1917–2012, SOE Agent, MI6 Agent John Farmer composer c. 1570–c. 1601, Renaissance composer of madrigals John Farmer footballer born 1947, English footballer who played for Stoke City John Farmer Jr. born ...

                                               

Dallam

Dallam may refer to: Dallam Tower, historic house near Milnthorpe, Cumbria, England Dallams Decisions, a private law report for the Republic of Texas Dallam, Warrington, Cheshire, England Dallam County, Texas, United States Dallam School, Milntho ...

                                               

Edmund Bacon

Edmund Bacon may refer to: Sir Edmund Bacon, 4th Baronet, of Mildenhall 1672–1721, British MP for Orford Sir Edmund Bacon, 6th Baronet, of Mildenhall 1725–1750, see Bacon baronets Sir Edmund Bacon, 4th Baronet, of Redgrave d. 1685, father in law ...

                                               

Margaret Fleming, Countess of Atholl

Margaret Fleming, Countess of Atholl was a Scottish courtier and landowner rumoured to be involved in the occult. She was a daughter of Malcolm Fleming, 3rd Lord Fleming and Janet Stewart, Lady Fleming, a daughter of James IV of Scotland. She was ...

                                               

Tafasir Al Quran

Sadr ad-Dīn Muhammad Shīrāzī, also called Mulla Sadrā Persian: ملا صدرا ‎; also spelled Molla Sadra, Mollasadra or Sadr-ol-Moteallehin; Arabic: صدرالمتألهین ‎ c. 1571/2 – 1640, was an Iranian Shia Islamic philosopher, theologian and Ālim who led ...

                                               

The dichotomy of soul and spirit in Islamic philosophy

The distinction between soul and spirit in Quran and the traditions has rarely been considered by commentators, so that these two words are used interchangeably and synonymously. However, some theologians and scholars of religious scripture insis ...

                                               

List of admirals of Croatia

Admirals from Croatia served in many naval forces on the eastern Adriatic seaboard. First admirals were mentioned in 14th century as commanders of the royal fleet of Croatian-Hungarian king Louis I. Officers from todays Croatia served in various ...

                                               

Summer (disambiguation)

Summer 2018 film, a Russian film Summer 1930 film, an animated cartoon by Ub Iwerks Summer 1976 film, an Estonian-Russian film by Arvo Kruusement Summer 2011 film, a Chilean film by Jose Luis Torres Leiva Summer 1986 film or The Green Ray, a film ...

                                               

Vagabonds Act

Vagabonds Act may refer to: Vagabonds Act 1530 22 Hen. VIII c.12, Act of the Parliament of England, a part of Henry VIIIs "Tudor Poor Laws" Vagabonds Act 1383 7 Ric. II c. 5, Act of the Parliament of England under Richard II Vagabonds Act 1547 1 ...

                                               

List of battalions of the Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment)

When the 3rd The East Kent Regiment of Foot became the Buffs East Kent Regiment in 1881 under the Cardwell-Childers reforms of the British Armed Forces, four pre-existent militia and volunteer battalions of Kent were integrated into the structure ...

                                               

Thomas Russell

Thomas Russell died 1574, MP for Worcestershire Thomas Russell MP for Truro, in 1614 Sir Thomas Russell, Custos Rotulorum of Worcestershire, c. 1573–1574 Sir Thomas Russell, 1st Baronet 1841–1920, Irish politician Thomas Russell fl. 1417–1433, MP ...

                                               

A yen

A yen was a colloquial term used to refer to a form of military scrip used in post-war US-Occupied Japan, Korea, and Okinawa from September 7, 1945, to July 21, 1948. They are notable for being the first "Military Payment Certificates" given afte ...

                                               

John Wyndham (disambiguation)

John Wyndham was a British science fiction writer. John Wyndham may also refer to: Max Wyndham, 2nd Baron Egremont, usually known as Max Egremont, whose full name is John Max Henry Scawen Wyndham. John Wyndham cricketer, English cricketer Sir Joh ...

                                               

Claude

Claude may refer to: Claude Heroes, a fictional character in the TV drama series Heroes Claude of Valois 1547–1575, daughter of Henry II of France and Catherine de Medici Claude de Bectoz, writer, intellectual, abbess and correspondent of Francis ...

                                               

Shahzeen Attari

Shahzeen Attari is an Associate Professor at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington. She studies how and why people make the judgements and decisions they do with regards to resource use and how t ...

                                               

Maurice Jacob

Maurice Jacob studied physics at Ecole normale superieure from 1953 to 1957. During a visit to the Brookhaven National Laboratory in 1959, he developed with Gian-Carlo Wick the helicity formalism for relativistic description of scattering of part ...

                                               

Tim Vogels

Tim Vogels is a University Professor and Sir Henry Dale Fellow at Oxford University. Dr. Vogels is primarily known for his work on neuroplasticity and spiking neural networks done as a doctoral student under Larry Abbott and as a postdoctoral res ...

                                               

Dorothea De Winton

Dorothea De Winton was a plant scientist and one of the first female geneticists. De Winton was employed at the John Innes Horticultural Institution in 1920. Prior to this, she had worked as a professional gardener for four years. She first worke ...

                                               

Berthe Rakotosamimanana

Rakotosamimanana was born in Andasibe in Moramanga District on 18 January 1938. She studied at the University of Paris VII, Faculty of Sciences, for a degree in animal biology and anthropology. On her return in 1967 she was employed in the Geolog ...

                                               

Garth tsunami

The Garth tsunami is a possible prehistoric tsunami in the Shetland Islands that may have occurred 5.500 years ago. Its origin is unknown; impact events, earthquakes, and submarine landslides similar to the Storegga Slide 8.100 years ago have bee ...

                                               

Robert Douglas

Robert Ingi Douglas born 1973, Icelandic film director Robert Langton Douglas 1864–1951, British art critic and director of the National Gallery of Ireland Robert Douglas actor 1909–1999, British actor

                                               

William Benson

William Benson may refer to: William Benson architect 1682–1754, British amateur architect and political figure William Benson abbot died 1549, English Benedictine William Thomas Benson 1824–1885, Canadian entrepreneur and politician William Noel ...

                                               

John Bradshaw

John Ernest Bradshaw 1866–1917, politician in Saskatchewan, Canada John Bradshaw died 1567, MP for Ludlow John Bradshaw Australian politician born 1942, former member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly John Bradshaw died 1588, MP for ...

                                               

David Baker

David Baker filmmaker born 1931, Australian film director and writer of Libido David Erskine Baker 1730–1767, English drama critic David Baker composer 1931–2016, American symphonic jazz composer David Baker singer, former lead singer for Mercury ...

                                               

Patrick Lyon, 1st Earl of Kinghorne

Patrick Lyon, 1st Earl of Kinghorne was a Scottish landowner. Patrick Lyon was the son of John Lyon, 8th Lord Glamis and Elizabeth Abernethy, only daughter of Alexander Abernethy, 6th Lord Saltoun. His father was killed in 1578 by a gunshot wound ...

                                               

Hoy (Extremadura)

Hoy is a Spanish-language daily newspaper published in Badajoz, Spain. It is along El Periodico Extremadura one of the two major newspapers in the autonomous community of Extremadura. Originally a venture of Editorial Catolica, it is currently pa ...

                                               

Joy Manikya I

He was the son of Udai Manikya, who had supplanted Tripuras previous ruling dynasty and adopted its cognomen in 1567. Following his fathers death, Joy succeeded him on the throne in 1573. However, his rule was only nominal as the powerful general ...

                                               

Thomas Coventry

Thomas Coventry may refer to: Thomas Coventry cricketer 1778–1816, English amateur cricketer Thomas Henry Coventry, Viscount Deerhurst 1721–1744, British Tory Member of Parliament Thomas Coventry, 2nd Baron Coventry 1606–1661, English politician ...

                                               

Risale

A Risale is a small book in the form of a treatise on socio-economic, political or historical topics. This type of Ottoman literature became popular thanks to two rislas written by Koçi Bey from the first half of the 17th century. In them, Bey an ...

                                               

Utrecht (disambiguation)

Utrecht is a city in the Netherlands. Utrecht may also refer to: Utrecht province, of which the city of Utrecht is the capital Utrecht agglomeration, including the city of Utrecht In history: Archdiocese of Utrecht 695–1580, historic diocese and ...

                                               

John Harrison (disambiguation)

John Harrison mayor, former mayor of North Tyneside, England John Harrison diplomat, 17th century English diplomat John Harrison died 1669 1590–1669, English politician who sat in the House of Commons as MP for Lancaster variously between 1640 an ...

                                               

Judenvermogensabgabe

The Judenvermogensabgabe was an arbitrary special tax that German Jews had to pay during the National Socialist era. After the assassination attempt on the German Legation Secretary Ernst Eduard vom Rath and the November pogroms in 1938, Hermann ...

                                               

Robert Mason

Robert Mason Liberal politician 1857–1927, Member of Parliament for Wansbeck 1918–1922 Robert Mason died 1635 1579–1635, Member of Parliament for Winchester, 1628, and Christchurch, 1626 Robert Mason died c. 1669 c. 1626–c. 1669, Member of Parlia ...

                                               

Orthodox

Orthodoxy, adherence to accepted norms, more specifically to creeds, especially within Christianity and Judaism, as well less commonly in non-Abrahamic religions like Neo-paganism or Hinduism True Orthodoxy, a movement that separated from the mai ...

                                               

Military Thought

Military Thought is a military-theoretical journal of the Ministry of Defense of the Soviet Union and the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

                                               

Tobago Council of the Peoples National Movement

The Tobago Council of the Peoples National Movement, more popularly known as the Tobago Council of the PNM, Tobago PNM or PNM Tobago is the part of the Trinidad and Tobago Peoples National Movement that operates in Tobago. Founded in 1998, it is ...

                                               

CFL (disambiguation)

Cheshire Football League, in England Calcutta Football League, in India 2. CFL - Montenegrin Second League Česka fotbalova liga, in the Czech Republic Central Football League, in Scotland 1. CFL - Montenegrin First League Montenegrin Football Lea ...

                                               

United Provinces

United Provinces may refer to: United Provinces of Central America 1823–1838, former confederal republic in Central America United Provinces of New Granada 1810–1816, confederacy formed after the independence of Colombia United Provinces of Briti ...

                                               

Union Church, Hong Kong

Union Church is an English speaking, interdenominational church in Hong Kong, which was established in 1844. The latest Union Church building was the 4th generation building. It was located at No. 22A Kennedy Road, Mid-Levels, up the hill from Ce ...

                                               

Patrick Kavanagh (disambiguation)

Patrick Kavanagh was an Irish poet. Patrick Kavanagh is also the name of: Patrick Kavanagh police officer 1923–2013, British police officer Pat Kavanagh agent 1940–2008, British literary agent P. J. Kavanagh 1931–2015, English poet, writer and ac ...

                                               

Elizabeth Stewart, Countess of Arran

Elizabeth Stewart, Countess of Arran was a Scottish aristocrat and political intriguer. Elizabeth Stewart was the daughter of John Stewart, 4th Earl of Atholl d. 1579 and Elizabeth Gordon, a daughter of George Gordon, 4th Earl of Huntly.

                                               

Ellie (disambiguation)

"Ellie" The West Wing, an episode of the American political drama The West Wing Ellie film, a 1984 comedy Ellie, a 2001 studio album by Ellie Campbell Ellie, a character in the 2013 video game The Last of Us "Ellie" CSI, an episode of the America ...

                                               

All-Russian Democratic Conference

The All-Russian Democratic Conference was a meeting of representatives of political parties and public organizations, held in Petrograd from September 27 to October 5, 1917. The outcome of the meeting was the creation of the Pre-Parliament.

                                               

Wilfried de Beauclair

Wilfried de Beauclair was a Swiss-born German engineer and computer scientist. His work on automated computing technology makes him one of the first-generation computer pioneers.