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James D. Brenton

Dr. James D Brenton is a clinician scientist and Senior Group Leader at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, University of Cambridge. He is an Honorary Consultant in Medical Oncology at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals ...

                                               

Success (concept)

Success is the state or condition of meeting a defined range of expectations. It may be viewed as the opposite of failure. The process of learning is entirely dependent on success. It involves making a prediction and paying attention to the outco ...

                                               

Queen Catherine

Queen Catherine may refer to: Catherine of Austria, Queen of Poland 1533–1572, third wife of Sigismund II Augustus of Poland Catherine of St Sava 1425–1478, wife of Stephen Thomas of Bosnia Catherine of Aragon 1485–1536, first wife of Henry VIII ...

                                               

John Savile

John Savile may refer to: John Savile, 3rd Earl of Mexborough 1783–1860, British peer and politician John Savile, 4th Earl of Mexborough 1810–1899, British peer and politician John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pontefract 1556–1630, politician; M.P ...

                                               

Seyed Abbas Mousavi Motlagh

Seyed Abbas Moosavi Motlagh is an Iranian cleric, theologian, writer, religious lecturer, teacher in university and seminary, political activist and one of the activists and observers of the Guardian Council of the Islamic Republic of Iran. He is ...

                                               

Walter Hungerford

Walter Hungerford may refer to: Sir Walter Hungerford Knight of Farley 1532–1596, was called "the Knight of Farley" Sir Walter Hungerford of Farleigh d. 1516, fought for Henry VII at the Battle of Bosworth Field. Served on the Privy Council for b ...

                                               

Hedon (disambiguation)

Hedon is a small town and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Hedon may also refer to: "Hedon", a song from the 1997 album The Minds I by Swedish melodic death metal band Dark Tranquillity Hedon, a unit of measurement used in f ...

                                               

Robert Burton

Bob Burton basketball born 1945, American basketball coach Robert Burton athlete 1885–1950, British track and field athlete Claude Burton cricketer 1891–1971, full name Robert Claude Burton Robert Burton cricketer, born 1943, Trinidadian-born for ...

                                               

William Talbot

William Talbot may refer to: William Talbot, 1st Earl Talbot 1710–1782, British nobleman and politician Billy Talbot born 1943, American singer-songwriter Sir William Talbot died 1396, MP for Cornwall in 1380 and 1385 William Talbot 1715–1787, Ir ...

                                               

Chateau dAubigny

The Chateau dAubigny in the parish and manor of Aubigny-sur-Nere in the ancient province of Berry in France, is an historic ancestral seat of a junior branch of the Scottish House of Stewart, known by the territorial title Seigneur dAubigny. It i ...

                                               

Sultan Muhammad

Sultan Muhammad VI 1861–1926, Mehmed VI, reigned 1918–1922 Sultan Muhammad II 1432–1481, Mehmed the Conqueror, reigned 1444–1446 and 1451–1481 Sultan Muhammad V 1844–1918, Mehmed V, reigned 1909–1918 Sultan Muhammad I 1381–1421, Mehmed I, reigned ...

                                               

Battle of Marj al-Saffar

Battle of Marj al-Saffar may refer to: Battle of Marj al-Saffar 634 - A battle between Rashidun army and Byzantine army during the Muslim conquest of Syria; involved the Muslim heroine Umm Hakim Battle of Marj al-Saffar 1126 - The last major clas ...

                                               

John Aston

John Aston MP for Ludlow, see Ludlow John Aston fl. 1362–1391, MP for Leominster, Dartmouth and Barnstaple John Aston fl.1388, MP for Leominster

                                               

Margaret Beaufort

Margaret Beaufort may refer to: Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby 1443–1509, daughter of John Beaufort, 1st Duke of Somerset; mother of Henry VII of England by her second husband Edmund Tudor Margaret Beaufort Middle School, a sch ...

                                               

Richard Burke

Richard or Dick Burke may refer to: Richard Burke Jr. 1758–1794, Member of Parliament, son of Edmund Burke Dick Burke footballer 1920–2004, English football player Richard Burke, 6th Earl of Clanricarde died 1666, Irish peer Rick Burke, a charact ...

                                               

Tianyuan

Tianyuan may refer to: Tianyuan, Cixi 天元镇, town in Cixi City, Zhejiang Tianyuan District 天元区, Zhuzhou, Hunan Tianyuan man 田园洞人, one of the earliest modern humans to inhabit eastern Asia Tianyuan Go 天元, centre of a Go board or a Go com ...

                                               

Usk (disambiguation)

Usk, British Columbia, Canada, a hamlet Usk, Washington, United States, an unincorporated community Usk, County Kildare, Ireland, a civil parish

                                               

Mohammed I

Mohammed I may refer to: Askia Mohammad I c. 1442–1538, King of the Songhai Empire in West Africa Mohammed I Saadi 1554–1557, Moroccan sultan, see Askia Ishaq I Muhammad I of Cordoba, Umayyad Emir of Cordoba in 9th century Islamic Iberia Mohammed ...

                                               

Nicholas Carew

Nicholas Carew may refer to: Nicholas Carew courtier 1496–1539, courtier and statesman during the reign of Henry VIII of England Nicholas Throckmorton alias Carew died 1644, Member of Parliament for Lyme Regis in 1601 and Surrey in 1621 Sir Nicho ...

                                               

John Cheyne

John Cheyne may refer to: Sir John Cheyne advocate of Tangwick QC KC LLD 1841–1907, Scottish advocate John Cheyne by 1510–67, Member of Parliament for Dover, Winchelsea and Berkshire John Cheyne, Baron Cheyne 1445–1499, Master of the Horse to Edw ...

                                               

John Bentley

John Bentley politician 1822–1894, Wisconsin State Assemblyman John Bentley MP fl. 1390, MP for Surrey John A. Bentley 1836–1912, Wisconsin State Senator

                                               

John Skinner

John Skinner died 1571, MP for Reigate and Surrey John Skinner MP for Maldon, 1391–1393, MP for Maldon 1391 and 1393 John Skinner fl.1414-20, MP for Reigate 1414, 1415 and 1420 John Skinner died 1584 1535–1584, MP for Reigate 1559 and 1572 John S ...

                                               

John Hood

John Hood naval officer 1859–1919, rear admiral of the United States Navy during World War I John Hood MP, fl.1421–29, English politician, MP for Leominster John Hood inventor 1720– c. 1783, Irish surveyor and inventor John Hood university admini ...

                                               

John Sexton (disambiguation)

John Sexton was President of New York University. John Sexton may also refer to: John Henry Sexton 1863–1954, Baptist minister in South Australia John Sexton MP for Canterbury, Member of Parliament MP for Canterbury, 1393-1407 John W. Sexton born ...

                                               

Prince James

James Francis Edward Stuart "The Old Pretender" 1688–1766 son of the deposed James II of England, and as such laid claim to the English and Scottish thrones

                                               

John Fortescue

John Fortescue may refer to: John Fortescue Captain of Meaux, English landowner and administrator Sir John William Fortescue 1859–1933, British statesman and military historian Sir John Fortescue judge c. 1394–1479, English lawyer and judge, MP f ...

                                               

William Glover

William Glover may refer to: William Glover North Carolina governor, a lawyer and politician who served as a governor of the province of North Carolina between 1706 and 1708. William Howard Glover 1819–1875, English musical composer and writer Bi ...

                                               

Marie dOrleans

Marie dOrleans may refer to: Marie of Orleans 1457–1493, daughter of Charles, Duke of Orleans 1394–1465, sister of Louis XII Princess Marie Isabelle of Orleans 1848–1919 Princess Marie Louise of Orleans 1896–1973, daughter of Prince Emmanuel, Duk ...

                                               

John Jacob

John Jacob may refer to: Sir John Jacob, 2nd Baronet of Bromley c. 1633–1674, his son The Jacob baronets Sir John Jacob, 1st Baronet c. 1597–1666, royalist MP in England Sir John Jacob, 3rd Baronet of Bromley c. 1665–1740, his son John Jacob, Mar ...

                                               

Robert Preston

Robert Preston may refer to: Rob Preston born 1982, American professional basketball player Robert Preston Coronation Street, fictional character in the British TV soap opera Coronation Street Robert Preston, 1st Baron Gormanston died 1396, Anglo ...

                                               

List of earls in the reigns of Henry VI and Edward IV of England

Henry VI of England and Edward IV of England reigned during the turbulent period of English history in the fifteenth century known as the Wars of the Roses. The Wars of the Roses were a series of English civil wars for control of the throne of En ...

                                               

Arthur Teape

Arthur Stanley Teape was an English first-class cricketer and barrister. The son of Tobias Teape, he was born at Blackheath in January 1843. He was educated at Eton College, before going up to Exeter College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he ...

                                               

Scandinavica

Scandinavica may refer to: Species Primula scandinavica, Primula Sarcocystis scandinavica, Sarcocystis Methylomonas scandinavica, Methylomonas Ships MS Stena Scandinavica 1973 MS Stena Scandinavica, ferry that goes between Gothenburg and Kiel Org ...

                                               

William Angus

William Douglas, 10th Earl of Angus 1552–1611, Scottish nobleman William Douglas, 2nd Earl of Angus c. 1398–1437, Scottish nobleman and soldier William Douglas, 9th Earl of Angus 1533–1591, Scottish nobleman

                                               

Convention Parliament

The term Convention Parliament has been used to describe the parliaments of: Convention Parliament 1660, for the English Convention Parliament of 1660 Convention Parliament 1689 for the English Convention Parliament of 1689–1690 Convention Parlia ...

                                               

Thomas Cole (disambiguation)

Thomas Cole MP for Melcombe Regis 1399–1407, MP for Melcombe Regis Thomas Cole died 1413, MP for Weymouth Thomas Cole died 1681 1622–1681, MP for Winchester Tom Cole born 1949, American Republican politician Thomas Loftus Cole 1877–1961, Unionist ...

                                               

South Portobello

South Portobello is a suburb of Edinburgh in eastern central Scotland. It lies three miles to the east of the city centre, between the suburbs of Duddingston and Joppa. It is officially a residential suburb of Edinburgh.

                                               

Battle of Fulhope Law

The Battle of Fulhope Law was a battle between Scottish raiders and the English garrisons of Jedburgh and Roxburgh castles in September 1400. The Scottish were routed and a large number of prisoners taken.

                                               

Sultan Mahmud

Sultan Mahmud or Sultan Mahmoud may refer to: Mahmud I 1696–1754, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Sultan Mahmud Iskandar 1932–2010, 8th Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia the 24th Sultan of Johor Mahmud II 1785–1839, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire Mahm ...

                                               

Prince Ferdinand

Prince Ferdinand may refer to: Ferdinand, Duke of Parma 1751-1802 Prince Ferdinand, Duke of Genoa 1822–1855 Ferdinand IV, King of the Romans 1633-1654 Prince Ferdinand, Duke of Alençon 1844-1910 Ferdinand II of Leon 1137-188 Infante Ferdinand of ...

                                               

William MacLeod

William MacLeod or William Macleod may refer to: William MacLeod priest 1867–1932, Anglican Provost of Wakefield Cathedral William A. MacLeod 1883–1961, Canadian physician and politician William Cleireach MacLeod 1365–? c. 1402, Scottish clan chi ...

                                               

Alexander Leslie (disambiguation)

Alexander Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven was a Scottish soldier in Dutch, Swedish and Scottish service. Alexander Leslie may also refer to: Alexander Leslie of Auchintoul 1590–1663, Russian general of Scottish origin Alexander Leslie British Army offi ...

                                               

Rimed Chronicle of Stone Priory

The Rimed Chronicle of Stone Priory is a mid-15th century English rhyming narrative poem which was found inscribed on a tablet hanging at Stone Priory in Staffordshire, England, in 1537 at the time of the Dissolution of the Monasteries. It was tr ...

                                               

Bletso

Bletso may refer to: Margaret Beauchamp of Bletso 1405–1482, the daughter of John, Baron Beauchamp of Bletso Oliver St John, 5th Baron St John of Bletso 1603–1642, English politician and Parliamentarian Army officer Baron Beauchamp of Bletso, tit ...

                                               

William Brereton

William Brereton may refer to: William Brereton, 1st Baron Brereton 1550–1630, MP for Cheshire in 1597, 1614 and 1621 Sir William Brereton died 1559 c. 1520–1559, MP for Cheshire in 1547 and 1559 William Brereton fl. 1406–1432, MP for Midhurst an ...

                                               

Thomas Spencer

Thomas Spencer may refer to: Thomas Spencer mathematical physicist born 1946, American mathematical physicist W. Thomas Spencer born 1928, American politician Sir Thomas Spencer, 4th Baronet died 1722 of the Spencer baronets Sir Thomas Spencer, 3 ...

                                               

William Alington

William Alington or Allington may refer to: Sir William Alington speaker died 1446, Speaker of the House of Commons, MP for Cambridgeshire, 1410, 1416, 1429 William Allington of Horseheath 1400–1459, MP for Cambridgeshire, 1433, 1436, 1439? Willi ...

                                               

Richard, Duke of York (disambiguation)

Richard, Duke of York may refer to: Richard IV of England Blackadder, a fictional king in the first series of Blackadder, who was Duke of York prior to becoming king William Shakespeares play Henry VI, Part 3 is fully titled The True Tragedy of R ...

                                               

Kelly v Trinity College Dublin

Kelly v Trinity College Dublin 12 JIC 1411; is an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court held that former employments or associations are insufficient, in the absence of other evidence, to disqualify a person from participating in disciplina ...

                                               

New Bridge

New Bridge may refer to: Pont Neuf New Bridge, a bridge completed in 1607 over the Seine in Paris, France Newbridge, a bridge completed in 1413 over the River Dart in Dartmoor, England Puente Nuevo New Bridge, a bridge completed in 1793 over a 12 ...