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Edwin Summerhayes

Edwin Summerhayes was an Australian architect, founding member of the West Australian Institute of Architects, and a major in the 44 Infantry Battalion, serving in France from 1916 to 1917. Summerhayes was born in 1868 in Greenwich, England. He a ...

                                               

Henry Stirling Trigg

Henry Stirling Trigg, also known as Harry, was a prominent Western Australian architect. He was the grandson of Henry Trigg, and the first architect both born and trained in Western Australia.

                                               

William Matthews

Bill Matthews born 1947, Canadian politician William Matthews politician 1755–1808, American politician in Maryland D.R. "Billy" Matthews or Donald Ray Matthews 1907–1997, American congressman

                                               

James Meredith (disambiguation)

James Meredith was the first African-American student at the University of Mississippi. James Meredith may also refer to: James Meredith Medal of Honor 1872–1915, United States Marine sergeant and Medal of Honor recipient James Meredith soccer bo ...

                                               

York Street (disambiguation)

York Street is a football stadium in Boston, England. York Street may also refer to: York Street Public School in Ottawa, Canada York Street, Dublin, Ireland York Street Studio, a recording studio in Auckland, New Zealand York Street in Toronto, ...

                                               

East West

East West East West album, a 2003 album by the band East West East West, a 1997 album by Julia Fordham East/West album, a 2005 album by Bill Frisell "East West", a 1966 single by Hermans Hermits, later covered by Morrissey East and West album, a ...

                                               

Christopher Knight

Christopher Knight actor born 1957, American actor Chris Knight, the protagonist in the motion picture Real Genius Chris Knight Neighbours, fictional character in the soap opera Neighbours, portrayed by Luke Mitchell Christopher Knight filmmaker, ...

                                               

Jezebel (disambiguation)

Common Jezebel, Delias eucharis, a species of butterfly Delias, a genus of butterflies in the family Pieridae commonly called the Jezebels Painted Jezebel, Delias hyparete, a species of butterfly

                                               

Museum (disambiguation)

A museum is a building or institution dedicated to the acquisition, conservation, study, exhibition, and educational interpretation of objects having scientific, historical, cultural or artistic value. Museum may also refer to:

                                               

Hawthorne

Australia Hawthorne, Queensland, a suburb of Brisbane Canada Hawthorne Village, Ontario, a suburb of Milton, Ontario United States Hawthorne Municipal Airport California in Hawthorne, California Hawthorne, California Hawthorne Prairieville, Alaba ...

                                               

Saint Giles (disambiguation)

Saint Giles Episcopal Church in Moraga, California, United States

                                               

P. elegans

P. elegans may refer to any of the following species: Phlebolepis elegans, a prehistoric jawless fish Protaetia elegans, a flower chafer found in Taiwan Polyscias elegans, the celery wood, a rainforest tree found in eastern Australia Poiretia ele ...

                                               

Malcolm Ross

Malcolm Ross may refer to: Malcolm Ross courtier 1943–2019, Lord Prior of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem Malcolm Ross musician born 1960, Scottish musician in band Josef K Malcolm Ross literary critic 1911–200 ...

                                               

Edwin Wilson

Edwin Wilson may refer to: Edwin Wilson academic born 1923, Provost Emeritus, Wake Forest University Edwin Bidwell Wilson 1879–1964, American mathematician Edwin P. Wilson 1928–2012, American intelligence official and CIA officer Edwin C. Wilson ...

                                               

AHS

Asheville High School, North Carolina, U.S.A Allen High School disambiguation, various schools Adelaide High School, Adelaide, Australia Agoura High School, Agoura Hills, USA Alice High School, Texas, USA Andrean High School, Indiana, USA Ashland ...

                                               

John Fryer

John Fryer may refer to: Sir John Fryer British Army officer 1838–1917, British Army general John Fryer travel writer 1650–1733, British travel-writer and doctor John Fryer producer born 1958, rock producer John Fryer sinologist 1839–1928, educat ...

                                               

Celebrant

Celebrant may refer to: Celebrant or Ceremonial Celebrant Officiant, or leader of a liturgy or ceremony who is empowered to perform it - pending the legal entitlements of the country they practice in, Funeral Celebrants Civil - a conductor of fun ...

                                               

RSC

Richmondshire Subscription Concerts, a music society in Richmond, North Yorkshire, England Reduced Shakespeare Company, a touring American acting troupe Rock Steady Crew, a breakdancing crew and hip hop group from The Bronx, New York City Royal S ...

                                               

Hevia (surname)

Hevia is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Jose Angel Blanco Hevia born 1985, Spanish footballer Juan Luis Hevia born 1977, Spanish footballer Laura Mestre Hevia 1867–1944, Cuban translator, humanist and writer Aurelio Hevia 186 ...

                                               

John OKeefe

John OKeefe may refer to: John OKeeffe Gaelic footballer born 1951, Irish footballer who played for Kerry John OKeeffe writer 1747–1833, sometimes OKeefe, Irish playwright Jack OKeefe 1915–2000, Australian rules footballer John OKeeffe Cork hurle ...

                                               

Henry Kendall

Henry Edward Kendall Jr. 1805–1885, his son, also an architect Henry Edward Kendall 1776–1875, English Architect Henry P. Kendall 1878–1959, American industrialist, philanthropist, father of Henry Way Kendall Henry Way Kendall 1926–1999, American ...

                                               

Richard Roberts

Richard Roberts may refer to: Richard Roberts sea captain 1803–1841, Irish captain of the SS President Richard Roberts Australian politician 1835–1903, New South Wales politician Richard Roberts soccer, American soccer forward in the 1940s and 19 ...

                                               

Herbert Brown

Herbert Brown may refer to: Herbert Brown footballer, English football left back with Darlington in the 1920s and 1930s Herbert Brown, character in Buck Privates Come Home Herbert Brown cricketer 1867–?, English cricketer Herbert Charles Brown pu ...

                                               

Robert Robinson

Robert Robinson Canadian politician 1826–1885, Canadian merchant and politician in New Brunswick Robert Robinson Australian politician 1811–1852, Australian politician Robert Thomson Robinson 1867–1926, Australian politician Robert P. Robinson De ...

                                               

Jack Thomas

Jack Thomas may refer to: Jack Thomas swimmer born 1995, British swimmer Jack Thomas bishop 1908–1995, Welsh Anglican bishop Jack Thomas academic, president of Western Illinois University Jack Thomas footballer, born 1996, English footballer John ...

                                               

Jonathan Crane

Jonathan or John Crane may refer to: John Crane Australian politician 1868–1948, member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly John Crane soldier 1744–1805, participant in the Boston Tea Party and a soldier during the American Revolutionary ...

                                               

Michael Holmes

Michael Holmes may refer to: Mike Holmes born 1963, Canadian builder/contractor and TV personality Mike Holmes Jr., Canadian builder/contractor and TV personality, son of Mike Holmes Sr. Michael Holmes journalist, British television presenter and ...

                                               

John Doe (disambiguation)

John Doe is a placeholder name in a legal action, case or discussion for a party, whose true identity is unknown or must be withheld for legal reasons. John Doe may also refer to:

                                               

John Kane

John Kane writer born 1945, British actor and writer John Kane artist 1860–1934, Scottish-born American painter John Kane actor 1746–1799, Irish actor and comedian

                                               

Caroline Gotzens

Caroline Gotzens is an aristocratic German-Swiss industrial heiress. She is a family member of the Cologne-based banking dynasty Oppenheim, as well as of the Frankish pencil dynasty Faber-Castell.

                                               

La Brita Esperantisto

La Brita Esperantisto is the official organ of the British Esperanto Association. It was launched as The British Esperantist. It was published as a monthly and ran by a committee of editors from No. 1 issue to No. 306. It continued as a monthly b ...

                                               

Straddle (skiing)

To straddle or straddling a gate in skiing means a certain fault where the inside ski passes the wrong side of the gate pole and as a result the pole slides between inside and outside ski. Gate faults like that are especially common in alpine ski ...

                                               

Battle of Lwow

During its long and complicated history, the Ukrainian city of Lviv was the site of several major battles and sieges. Among the most notable were: Battle of Lwow 1675 - Ottoman armies defeated by Hussars under hetman Stanislaw Jan Jablonowski Bat ...

                                               

Skepticon (disambiguation)

Skepticon may refer to: Skepticon, an American annual skeptical conference in Springfield, Missouri. Skepticon Скептикон, a Russian-language annual skeptical conference in Moscow, see Skeptic Society. SkeptiCalCon, an American annual skeptical co ...

                                               

Michael Weicker

Weicker grew up in Offenbach am Main and started producing gaming videos that were published online at the age of thirteen. These aroused interest in the e-sports scene worldwide, as they were among the first of their kind. At the age of fifteen, ...

                                               

Gerhard Heinz

Gerhard Heinz is an Austrian composer. He has worked on more than a hundred film scores during his career, including many sex comedies of the 1970s.

                                               

APU

Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, a fictional character from the animated television series The Simpsons The Apu Trilogy, a series of three Bengali films, directed by Satyajit Ray, with the fictional character Apu Roy

                                               

Pasha (disambiguation)

Pasha Group, an American shipping company Pasha surname, including a list of people with the name Pasha Hinduism, a supernatural weapon depicted in Hindu iconography Pasha film, a 1968 French film Pasha Hawaii P SHA, a Pakistani IT trade body Pas ...

                                               

Ker

Frederick Ker, the appellant in the U.S. Supreme Court case Ker v. Illinois Ker, a clan of the Bharwad people Ker, a spelling of the Guo surname Ker, family name of the Dukes of Roxburghe Ker surname

                                               

Zola

Zola name, a list of people with either the surname or given name Zola rapper, French rapper Zola musician born 1977, South African entertainer Emile Zola, a major nineteenth-century French writer

                                               

Chirag (disambiguation)

Chirag may refer to: People Chirag Falor, a brilliant student from India who has won many awards in international exams Chirag Odhav, the youngest recipient of the Jefferson Awards Geography Chirag oil field, offshore oil field in the Caspian Sea ...

                                               

Ashan

Hesan, a village in the Khojavend Rayon of Azerbaijan Ashan Rural District, in Isfahan Province, Iran Ashan, Iran, a village in East Azerbaijan Province, Iran Ashan, Isfahan, a village in Isfahan Province, Iran

                                               

Neri

Neri given name Neri, a main character in the series Ocean Girl Francisco Valmerino Neri born 1976, Brazilian footballer known as "Neri" Al Neri, a fictional character from The Godfather Neri surname

                                               

Askar

Askar, Iran, a village in Kerman Province Askar camp, a Palestinian refugee camp near Nablus Al-Askar, the capital of Egypt in 750–868 AD Askar, Bahrain, a village Askar, a village in Azerbaijan Askar, a fictional ancient mythical civilisation in ...

                                               

Roger Thomas

Roger Thomas may refer to: Roger J. Thomas 1942–2015, solar physicist Roger Thomas Iowa politician born 1950, Iowa State Representative Roger Thomas designer born 1951, interior designer known for his work in Las Vegas Roger C. Thomas born 1939, ...

                                               

Khadija (disambiguation)

Khadijah Farrakhan, wife of Louis Farrakhan Khadijah Whittington born 1986, American basketball player Khadija Gayibova 1893–1938, Azerbaijani pianist Khadija Arib born 1960, Dutch politician Khadeeja actress died 2017, Malayalam-language film ac ...

                                               

Shamim (name)

Shamim or Shameem is a Hindic name that may refer to Given name Shamim Aftab, Pakistani politician Shamim Hashimi born 1947, Urdu and Persian poet Shamim Azad born 1952, Bangladeshi-born British poet, storyteller and writer Shamim Ahmad, Indian p ...

                                               

Tomorrow (2019 film)

Tomorrow is a 2019 computer animated Bangladeshi short film directed by Mohammad Shihab Uddin which was released in 2019 on Deepto TV. The film is produced by Kazi Zahin Hasan & Kazi Zeeshan Hasan for Kazi Media Limited while Cycore Studios provi ...

                                               

Munda

Mundabullangana, Western Australia, is commonly referred to as Munda. Munda, the Latin name of the Mondego River, the largest river in present-day Portugal Munda, Solomon Islands, a settlement on the island of New Georgia in the Western Province ...

                                               

Mili

Mili 1975 film, a 1975 Bollywood romantic drama film directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee Mili 2015 film, a 2015 Malayalam drama film directed by Rajesh Raman Pillai