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Gilbert Moncreiff

Gilbert Moncreiff was a Scottish court physician. In November 1575 Moncreiff joined the court of James VI as "medicinar and houshald man". He would live for four years at Stirling Castle in attendance on the young king. A pension awarded in Octob ...

                                               

Uttarakhand Ratna

Uttarakhand Ratna is the highest civilian award of the State of Uttarakhand. It is awarded to a person for their extraordinary contribution in any field of human endeavour. It was constituted in the year 2016 by the Government of Uttarakhand. The ...

                                               

Government of the United Kingdoms financial response to the COVID-19 pandemic

Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus reaching Great Britain and a subsequent lockdown being announced by the government; a financial package designed to help employers and businesses was announced.

                                               

Strategic Trade Advisory Group

The Strategic Trade Advisory Group was created to advise the UK Department for International Trade in the need stakeholders, representing a series of cross - sections of Interests from all part of the United Kingdom. The Strategic Trade Advisory ...

                                               

Eva Siewert

Eva Siewert was a German journalist, writer, radio announcer and opera singer, who lived and worked mainly in Berlin.

                                               

2021 Rhineland-Palatinate state election

The 2021 Rhineland-Palatinate state election will be held on 14 March 2021 to elect the members of the 18th Landtag of Rhineland-Palatinate. The incumbent government of a coalition of the Social Democratic Party, Free Democratic Party, and The Gr ...

                                               

Abburi Ramakrishna Rao

Abburi Ramakrishna Rao was a pioneer of modern Telugu literature. He is a versatile personality, progressive Telugu writer, scholar, novelist, playwright, literary critic, humanist, professor of Library Science, and the Librarian. Gurajada Appara ...

                                               

Alexey Selivanov

Alexey Gordeyevich Selivanov was a Red Army lieutenant general who held division and corps command during World War II. Selivanov served in the Russian Civil War as an artilleryman and cavalry cadet, and held command and staff positions with cava ...

                                               

Effy Irvine

Irvine was born in Clydebank on 28 August 1924. She was brought up in Jordanvale Parish Church in Glasgow and she left school when she was 14 and went to work in a plumbers office. Irvine came to the ministry late. She had already left education ...

                                               

HMS Cardiff (Type 26 frigate)

HMS Cardiff is the second Batch 1 Type 26 frigate to be built for the United Kingdoms Royal Navy. The first steel was cut on 14 August 2019. The Type 26 class will partially replace the navys thirteen Type 23 frigates, and will be a multi-mission ...

                                               

Sarah Edwards (mystic)

Sarah Edwards was an American mystic, a missionary, and the wife of theologian Jonathan Edwards. Her husband was initially drawn to her spiritual openness, direct relationship with God, and periods of spiritual ecstasy. As a theological student a ...

                                               

75th Massachusetts General Court (1854)

The 75th Massachusetts General Court, consisting of the Massachusetts Senate and the Massachusetts House of Representatives, met in 1854 during the governorship of Emory Washburn. Charles Edward Cook served as president of the Senate and Otis P. ...

                                               

Andy Oldham

Andrew Stephen Oldham is a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and former General Counsel to Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

                                               

Nakayama Station

Nakayama Station may refer to either of the following railway stations in Japan: Uzen-Nakayama Station, on the Ou Line Keisei Nakayama Station, on the Keisei Main Line Iyo-Nakayama Station, on the Yosan Line Shimousa-Nakayama Station, on the Sobu ...

                                               

Dongjing

Tokyo, Japan Kaifeng, Dongjing of the Northern Song dynasty Shangjing Longquanfu, or Dongjing Tonkin, Vietnam Luoyang, eastern capital of Sui and Tang dynasties

                                               

Sonia Gandhi (scientist)

Sonia Gandhi is a British physician and neuroscientist who leads the Francis Crick Institute neurodegeneration laboratory. She holds a joint position at the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology. Her research investigates the molecular mechanis ...

                                               

Polyot

Polyot is a transliteration of the Russian term Полёт and can be transliterated as Polyot, Poljot or Polet. Polyot can refer to the following: Polyot-Sirena, the major Russian Global Distribution System Poljot, a brand of watches from the USSR, a ...

                                               

Skua (disambiguation)

Skua is a seabird in the family Stercorariidae. Skua may also refer to: Denel Dynamics Skua, a South African high-speed target drone Orkney Skua, a British-manufactured sailing dinghy Sea Skua, a British air-to-surface missile Colonel Luis Arturo ...

                                               

Indian locomotive class WAG-6A

The Indian locomotive class WAG-6A is a class of 25 kV AC electric locomotives that was developed in the 1988 by Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, AC Current, Goods engine, 6th ge ...

                                               

Vincent Henry Ludovici Anthonisz

Colonel Dr Vincent Henry Ludovici Anthonisz, OBE, ED was a Ceylonese physician. He was the officer in charge of the Colombo General Hospital, Commandant, Ceylon Medical Corps and Honorary Surgeon to the Governor of Ceylon. Anthonisz gained his Li ...

                                               

Department of Premier and Cabinet

Department of Premier and Cabinet or Department of the Premier and Cabinet is a department in each Australian state government. Specific uses are: Department of Premier and Cabinet New South Wales Department of Premier and Cabinet Tasmania Depart ...

                                               

Arthur Morgan

Arthur Morgan may refer to: Tony Morgan sailor or Arthur William Crawford Morgan born 1931, British Olympic sailor Arthur Eustace Morgan 1886–1972, British professor of English and principal of University College Hull and McGill University Arthur ...

                                               

Night Series

Night Series may refer to any of the following Australian rules football competitions which were played primarily at night: AFC Night Series, a pre-season and mid-year series played between 1977 and 1987 amongst Victorian, South Australian, Weste ...

                                               

More 4 Me (film)

More 4 Me is a feature-length documentary film written and directed by Lincoln Fenner and produced by Creation Box Films. It examines the greed versus need issue in society and focuses on the global problem of extreme poverty. It won the Times Sq ...

                                               

Federal District Football Association

The Federal District Football Association was first established in 1897 at a meeting at Gedyes Victoria Hotel, Cobram, Victoria for the purpose of controlling the "Cobram Courier Cup" Australian Rules Football competition.

                                               

Philip Rushbrook

Philip Edward Rushbrook is the current Governor of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha. He was inaugurated on the 11th of May 2019 and became the 66th Governor of Saint Helena and the 69th of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.

                                               

Trinity Western Spartans mens volleyball

The Trinity Western Spartans men’s volleyball team is a university varsity volleyball program in Canada that competes in U Sports, and is a member of the Canada West Universities Athletics Association, representing Trinity Western University. Bas ...

                                               

Chapleau

Chapleau may refer to: Chapleau 74A, a Chapleau Ojibway First Nation reserve in Ontario Joseph-Adolphe Chapleau, former Quebec premier and lieutenant governor, for whom all three of the above were named Chapleau 75, a Chapleau Cree First Nation r ...

                                               

Lincoln Alexander Public School

Schools named in honour of Lincoln Alexander, former federal Member of Parliament, former federal cabinet minister, former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. Elementary schools Lincoln Alexander Public School in Ajax, Ontario, part of the Durham Dis ...

                                               

Walter Bartram

On September 5, 1950, Walter Bartram was elected Prime Minister of Schleswig-Holstein in a coalition with the BHE, FDP and DP. Bartram became a member of the CDU in 1946. He was district chairman of the CDU in Neumunster. On May 4, 1952, he succe ...

                                               

Grindcore in Indonesia

Grindcore in Indonesia refers to a regional scene of Grindcore music that originated during the early 2000s. Prominent bands include Noxa, Funeral Inception, and JASAD. Indonesian grindcore retains a number of a influences from both foreign grind ...

                                               

Parlagutan Simanjuntak

Drs. Parlagutan Simanjuntak was a Toba Bataknese politician and bureaucrat person who served as the acting Regent of Dairi from 1965 until 1966 and as the acting Regent of North Tapanuli from 1966 until 1967.

                                               

Elam Sibuea

Elam Sibuea was a Toba Bataknese politician and bureaucrat person who served as the Regent of North Tapanuli from 1963 until 1966.

                                               

Count of Velayos

Count of Dehesa de Velayos, commonly known as Count of Velayos is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, granted in 1709 by Philip V to Fernando de Torres, governor of Potosi in the Viceroyalty of Peru. At the death of the 5th count, the tit ...

                                               

Battle of Koçhisar

The Battle of Koçhisar took place on May 1516 nearby Kızıltepe and ended with a decisive victory for the Ottoman Empire over the Safavid Empire. It marked the halt of the Safavid expansion to the west. The Koçhisar battle was just the one of 41 y ...

                                               

Lucius Valerius Proculus

Lucius Valerius Proculus was a Roman eques who held a number of military and civil appointments during the reigns of the Emperors Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius. He is known primarily from inscriptions and non-literary papyrus. The career of Valeriu ...

                                               

Tadia gens

The gens Tadia was a minor plebeian family at ancient Rome. Members of this gens are first mentioned in the time of Cicero, but few achieved any great distinction in the Roman state.

                                               

Quintus Baienus Blassianus

Quintus Baienus Blassianus was a Roman eques who held a number of military and civilian positions during the reign of the Emperors Antonius Pius and Marcus Aurelius, including praefectus of the Classis Britannica, and of Roman Egypt. Blassianus h ...

                                               

Gaius Claudius Marcellus

Gaius Claudius Marcellus can refer to those Romans: Gaius Claudius M. f. M. n. Marcellus, praetor in 80 BC, and afterwards governor of Sicily. Gaius Claudius C. f. Marcellus, father of Marcus Claudius Marcellus, the consul of 331 BC. Gaius Claudi ...

                                               

Merle Nelson

Nelson, who is Jewish, was born and raised in Portland, Maine. She graduated from Deering High School in 1953. She earned a teaching degree from Lesley College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She began teaching and earned a M.A. from Harvard University.

                                               

Mabel R. Gillis

Mabel Ray Gillis was an American librarian. From 1930 to 1952, she served as the seventeenth State Librarian of California, the first woman to hold that office.

                                               

Lee Gae-ho

Lee Gae-ho is a South Korean politician previously served as Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs under President Moon Jae-in. He is also a three-term parliamentarian representing a district previously held by former Prime Minister Lee ...

                                               

List of Namasudras

Mukunda Behari Mullick, former lawyer, professor of Pali & Senate member in Calcutta University, founder of All Bengal Namasudra Association, MLA and Minister in first Fazlul Haqs govt. Sumit Mullick, IAS officer from the 1982 batch and former Ch ...

                                               

Walid al-Samaani

Dr. Walid bin Mohammed al-Samaani is the Minister of Justice of Saudi Arabia. He became the Minister of Justice in the first cabinet formed by King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud after he assumed the throne on January 23, 2015. Previously, al-Sama ...

                                               

Kristin Bochroder

Kristin Bochroder is a German former judge and marathon runner who won the 1975 Berlin Marathon. Her husband Ralf won the mens event at the 1975 Berlin Marathon, making them the only couple to win both events.

                                               

Rockstar Ramani Ammal

Ramani Ammal also popularly known by her stage number Rockstar Ramani Ammal is an Indian folk and playback singer. She rose to prominence after taking part in a television reality show Zee Tamils Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Seniors in 2017. She received the n ...

                                               

Justice Perry

Justice Perry may refer to: John C. Perry, an appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Wyoming Territory who died before assuming office Sion L. Perry, an Associate Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court Melissa Perry, an Associate Justice o ...

                                               

Maritime terrorism in Southeast Asia

Maritime terrorism in Southeast Asia refers to acts of extreme maritime violence committed with political motives within the Southeast Asian region. Despite seaborne terrorist attacks accounting for only 2% of all international terrorist incident ...

                                               

Justice Foster

Justice Foster may refer to: Lafayette S. Foster, an Associate Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court Henry A. Foster, an ex officio judge of the New York Court of Appeals William Lawrence Foster, an Associate Justice of the New Hampshire Supre ...

                                               

Justice Green

Justice Green or Justice Greene may refer to: Henry Green English judge, a Chief Justice of the Court of Kings Bench Samuel Green judge, an Associate Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court Thomas C. Green, an Associate Justice of the Supreme ...