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Merrell

Merrell may refer to: Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, former U.S. pharmaceutical company Merrell company, an American footwear maker Merrell Tavern, a historic tavern in South Lee, Massachusetts, USA People James Merrell b. 1953, American historian ...

                                               

Tini

Tini may refer to: Tini album, 2016 debut solo album by Martina Stoessel Titanium nitride, an extremely hard ceramic material, often used as a coating to improve surface properties Tini, Iran, a village in Kermanshah Province, Iran Tiny Internet ...

                                               

Peppino

Peppino may refer to: Given name: Peppino Gagliardi born 1940, Italian singer Peppino Tirri born 1956, Italian football agent registered with the football association of Italy Peppino De Filippo 1903–1980, Italian actor Peppino Turco 1846–1907, I ...

                                               

8th Cavalry

8th Cavalry Division German Empire, a unit of the German Army during the First World War 8th SS Cavalry Division Florian Geyer, a unit of the Waffen-SS during the Second World War

                                               

York and Cumberland Railroad

York and Cumberland Railroad may refer to: York and Cumberland Railroad Pennsylvania, 1846-1854, predecessor of the Northern Central Railway Pennsylvania Railroad system York and Cumberland Railroad Maine, 1846-1865, predecessor of the Rochester ...

                                               

Donner

Donner crater, a lunar crater Donner Memorial State Park, site of the Donner Camp, where the Donner party was trapped by snow Donner, California, an unincorporated community near Donner Pass, United States Donner Lake, in California Donner Ski Ra ...

                                               

Ethel (disambiguation)

Ethel, Ontario, Canada Ethel Lake, Alberta, Canada 2032 Ethel, an asteroid

                                               

Imsakiah

Imsakiah is a schedule that includes all prayer times, Iftar and Suhur, and the number of fasting hours during the day and consider as one of Ramadan appearances in all countries of the world.

                                               

Edward Armstrong

Edward Armstrong may refer to: Henry Edward Armstrong 1848–1937, English chemist Edward Armstrong historian 1846–1928, English historian Edward H. Armstrong 1880–1938, mayor of Daytona Beach, Florida Edward Frankland Armstrong 1878–1945, English ...

                                               

C. nana

C. nana may refer to: Cochylis nana, a moth species found in Europe, Amur Oblast and Nova Scotia Crepis nana, the dwarf alpine hawksbeard, a flowering plant species native to much of northern North America and northern Asia Corallicola nana, a fu ...

                                               

Markus Pleuler

Markus Pleuler is a German football manager and former player who played as a midfielder. He played in the Bundesliga for SSV Ulm 1846.

                                               

Linfield

Linfield may refer to: Linfield F.C., a semi-professional football club in Northern Ireland Linfield Rangers, the youth team of Linfield F.C. Linfield College, an institution of education in Oregon, United States Linfield Review, a newspaper publ ...

                                               

Frank ODonnell

Frank ODonnell may refer to: Frank A. ODonnel 1852–1906, New York politician Frank ODonnell footballer 1911–1952, Scottish professional footballer Frank Hugh ODonnell 1846–1916, Irish nationalist writer and politician Frank J. Hugh ODonnell 1894– ...

                                               

Archimede

Gerty Archimede 1909–1980, a French politician Archimede Nardi born 1916, an Italian association football player Luther Archimede born 1999, a Guadeloupean association football player Felix Archimede Pouchet 1800–1872, a French naturalist Archime ...

                                               

Lepisorus

Lepisorus is a genus of ferns in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Microsoroideae, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016.

                                               

Richard Barnes

Richard Barnes may refer to: Ricky Barnes born 1981, American golfer Richard Barnes cricketer 1849–1902, Australian cricketer Richard Barnes bishop 1532–1587, Bishop of Durham Rich Barnes born 1959, American baseball player Richard Barnes Newfoun ...

                                               

Governor Harris

Governor Harris may refer to: George Harris, 3rd Baron Harris 1810–1872, Governor of Trinidad from 1846 to 1854 and Governor of Madras from 1854 to 1859 George Harris, 4th Baron Harris 1851–1932, Governor of Bombay from 1890 to 1895 Joe Frank Har ...

                                               

Governor Harvey

Governor Harvey may refer to: John Harvey Albemarle died 1679, Governor of Albemarle Sound in 1679 Louis P. Harvey 1820–1862, 7th Governor of Wisconsin Wilson Godfrey Harvey 1866–1932, 94th Governor of South Carolina James M. Harvey politician 18 ...

                                               

Waldvogel

Waldvogel and its Ashkenazic variant Waldfogel is a Swiss German surname from a nickname denoting a carefree, easy-going person and may refer to:

                                               

Pilling (disambiguation)

Pilling is a village and civil parish in Lancashire, England. It can also refer to: Pillings Pond, privately owned urban waterfowl reserve and breeding ground in Licton Springs, Seattle, Washington Textile pilling, a surface defect of textiles ch ...

                                               

Albert Taylor

Albert or Al Taylor may refer to: Albert R. Taylor 1846–1929, American educator Al Taylor politician, member of the New York State Assembly Albert Pierce Taylor 1872–1931, American archivist and journalist Al Taylor actor 1887–1951, American char ...

                                               

James Perkins

James Perkins may refer to: Jim Perkins American football James Perkins Jr. born 1952/53, former mayor of Selma, Alabama Jim Perkins rugby coach James H. Perkins, chairman of Citigroup Jim Perkins racing driver Jim Perkins, character in 1967 film ...

                                               

Thomas Pearce

Thomas or Tom Pearce may refer to: Thomas Pearce cricketer, born 1847 1847–1898, English cricketer Thomas Ernest Pearce 1883–1941, British businessman and member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong Tom Pearce cricketer 1905–1994, English cric ...

                                               

Long-distance horse riding

Long distance horse riding has played a pivotal role in carrying humans in a range of settings for explorers and warriors to cover, vast and difficult terrains. This has eventuated to the modern-day use of the horse now primarily for recreational ...

                                               

Winter Quarters

Winter Quarters may refer to: Winter Quarters Nebraska Temple, an LDS Church temple operating since 2001 at the encampment site Winter Quarters State Historic Site, listed on the NRHP in Louisiana Winter Quarters North Omaha, Nebraska, an encampm ...

                                               

John Rhodes

John Rhodes may refer to: John Rhodes basketball born 1965, American basketball coach and player John Phillips Rhodes 1884–1955, Sir John Phillips Rhodes, 2nd Baronet, British businessman and MP John Rhodes Canadian politician 1929–1978, Member o ...

                                               

William Meyer

William H. Meyer 1914–1983, member of the U.S. House of Representatives William H. Meyer Colorado 1847–1923, Lieutenant Governor of Colorado William Stevenson Meyer 1860–1922, ICS officer and first High Commissioner for India

                                               

Richard Bryant

Richard Bryant may refer to: Richard Bryant musician, formerly of The Doobie Brothers and Little River Band Richard Bryant actor born 1984, American actor who has appeared in Army Wives Richard Bryant Western Australia cricketer 1904–1989, Austra ...

                                               

Braunau

Braunau am Inn, a municipality Braunau am Inn District, Austria Broumov, Czech Republic, also known as "Braunau" in German New Braunau, a village in Puerto Varas, Chile Braunau river, in Bavaria, Germany Braunau, Switzerland

                                               

History of the Jews in San Francisco

The history of the Jews in San Francisco began with the California Gold Rush in the second half of the 19th century. The San Francisco Bay Area has the fourth largest Jewish population in the U.S. behind the New York area, southeast Florida and m ...

                                               

Charles Piot (archivist)

Charles Piot was a Belgian archivist, historian, numismatist and archaeologist who contributed 73 entries to the Biographie Nationale de Belgique.

                                               

Milford station

Milford Junction railway station on the York and North Midland Railway, United Kingdom South Milford railway station, formerly Milford railway station, on the Leeds to Selby line, United Kingdom Milford railway station Northern Ireland, on the Ca ...

                                               

Stephen Collins (disambiguation)

Stephen, Steve, or Steven Collins may refer to: Stephen Collins politician 1847–1925, British Liberal politician, MP for Kennington Steve Collins ski jumper born 1964, from Canada Steve Collins American football born 1970, Oklahoma Sooners quarte ...

                                               

Two-piece

Two-piece or Two piece or Two pieces may refer to: Double act, a comedy duo Bikini, a two-piece swimsuit Two-piece Sobralia dichotoma, an orchid found in South America Two-piece suit, a set of garments made from the same cloth; see Suit clothing ...

                                               

Alcove

Alcove Springs, a former stop along the Oregon Trail in Kansas, U.S. Alcove Historic District, Alcove in Albany County, New York, U.S. Alcove Reservoir, Albany County, New York, U.S. Alcove Canyon, a valley in Arizona, U.S. Alcove, New York, a ha ...

                                               

Free Academy

Free Academy may refer to: The New York Free Academy, established in 1847, the original name of the City College of New York Bellows Free Academy, St. Albans, secondary school grades 9-12 in St. Albans, Vermont Rome Free Academy, secondary school ...

                                               

Dieppe (disambiguation)

Dieppe is a port in Upper Normandy, France. Dieppe may also refer to: In places: Dieppe-sous-Douaumont, a French commune in Lorraine, France Dieppe Barracks, a military installation used by the Singapore Army Dieppe, New Brunswick, a city in Cana ...

                                               

Charles Foote Gower

Charles Foote Gower was an English soap manufacturer based in Ipswich. He was a significant businessman in that town. Charles was the son of Richard Hall Gower and Elizabeth Emptage, the daughter of George Emptage. The family moved to Nova Scotia ...

                                               

Kickham

Kickham or Kickhams may refer to: Surname John Kickham 1847–1917 member of the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island, Canada Thomas Joseph Kickham 1901–74 member of the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island and the Canadian House of ...

                                               

Frederick Hill (cricketer)

Frederick Henry Hill was an English first-class cricketer and clergyman. The son of Edward Hill, he was born in July 1913 at Bradfield, Berkshire. He educated in the village at Bradfield College, before going up to Oriel College, Oxford. While st ...

                                               

Jovan Pacu

Jovan Pacu was a Serbian composer and pianist. During his education in Subotica, he distinguished himself as a gifted pianist, and as early as 1863 he played at a public concert. In parallel with his study of medicine in Prague which he also stud ...

                                               

Obilic (disambiguation)

Obilic is a town and municipality in central Kosovo. Obilic may also refer to: Milos Obilic, a medieval Serbian knight who died in 1389 Medal of Milos Obilic or Medal for Bravery Serbia, founded in 1913 by King Peter I of Serbia Obilic Medal, fou ...

                                               

Old House

Old House, Hereford, a house, now a museum, in Hereford, England, UK Old House Quincy, Massachusetts or Peacefield, a historic home of President Adams in Massachusetts, USA The Old House, a house in the parish of Lydbrook, Gloucestershire, Englan ...

                                               

Juan Carlos Blanco

Juan Carlos Blanco may refer to: Juan Carlos Blanco Estrade born 1934, Uruguayan politician, grandson of Blanco Fernandez and nephew of Blanco Acevedo Juan Carlos Blanco Peñalva born 1946, Uruguayan football coach and former player, see Club Naci ...

                                               

Walter Davis

Walt Davis born 1931, American basketball player and high-jumper Walter S. Davis 1905–1979, American football coach for the Tennessee State University Tigers, 1933–1936 Walter Davis basketball born 1954, American basketball player Walter C. Davis ...

                                               

Crowdy

Rachel Crowdy DBE 1884-1964 was an English nurse and social reformer. William Saunders Crowdy was an American soldier, preacher, entrepreneur, theologian, and pastor Edith Frances Crowdy CBE 1880-1947 was the Deputy Director of the Womens Royal N ...

                                               

Edgar Smith

Edgar Smith may refer to: Eddie Smith baseball, Edgar Smith 1913–1994, baseball player Edgar Smith rower, Canadian Olympic rower Edgar Lawrence Smith 1882–1971, economist, investment manager and author Edgar Smith murderer, Edgar Herbert Smith 19 ...

                                               

Church of St. John the Baptist, Kvetkai

Kvetkai St. John the Baptist Church is located in the village of Kvetkai in northern Lithuania, three kilometers from the Lithuania–Latvia border on the left bank of the Nemunelis river. Built in 1875, the wooden church features folk architecture ...

                                               

John Fogarty

John Fogarty Australian rugby player 1927–2007, Australian rugby league and union player Jon Fogarty footballer born 1960, Australian rules footballer for Swan Districts John Fogarty baseball 1864–1918, American baseball player John Fogarty rugby ...

                                               

Independence Lake (California)

Independence Lake is a natural glacial lake in California, in the Sierra Nevada mountains. The lake, which sits at an elevation of 6.949 feet in the upper reaches of the Truckee River basin, has been less affected by development than most other l ...