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Pilsudski (disambiguation)

Jozef Pilsudski was a Polish politician, military leader, marshal and Chief of State Bronislaw Pilsudski was a cultural anthropologist Pilsudski or Pilsudski may also refer to: Pilsudski horse, thoroughbred racehorse Pilsudski Square, square loca ...

                                               

Kosel

Kosel may refer to: Kosel also pronounced Kotel, short for Ha-Kotel Ha-Maaravi, Hebrew for the Western Wall in Jerusalem Kosel, Niesky, a village in Saxony, today part of the city of Niesky Kosel, German name of Kozielno, a village in Gmina Paczk ...

                                               

Phryne (painting)

Phryne is an 1867 oil on canvas painting by Artur Grottger, now in the Czartoryski Museum in Krakow, Poland. A portrayal of the ancient Greek courtesan Phryne, who revealed her breasts before her judges to save herself from a death sentence for s ...

                                               

Marie Curie Monument in Lublin

The Marie Curie Monument in Lublin is a bronze statue located in Lublin, eastern Poland, and dedicated to physicist and chemist Marie Curie.

                                               

Marie Curie (disambiguation)

Marie Curie was a Franco-Polish chemist and physicist Marie Curie may also refer to: Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, a university in Lublin, Poland Marie Curie film, a 2016 Polish film Maria Sklodowska-Curie Bridge, Warsaw, a bridge over the V ...

                                               

Bill Fraser (disambiguation)

Bill Fraser was a Scottish actor. Bill Fraser may also refer to: Bill Fraser New Zealand politician 1924–2001, New Zealand politician Bill Fraser Australian footballer 1867–1938, Australian rules footballer Billy Fraser footballer, born 1868 1868 ...

                                               

William Lassiter

William Lassiter was born on September 29, 1867 in Petersburg, Virginia. He attended the United States Military Academy, graduating with the class of 1889.

                                               

Joseph Kelly

Joseph L. Kelly 1867–1925, Virginia judge and politician Joseph J. Kelly 1897–1963, mayor of Buffalo, New York from 1942–1945 Joseph D. Kelly New York City 1887–1953, New York politician and judge Joseph P. Kelly New York politician 1894–1968, Ne ...

                                               

Kingdom of Heaven

Kingdom of Heaven Gospel of Matthew Kingship and kingdom of God, or simply Kingdom of God, the phrase used in the other gospels Kingdom of Heaven Daviesite, a schismatic sect, founded by William W. Davies, in the Latter Day Saint movement located ...

                                               

Why Not

"Why Not?", a 1970 song by Gentle Giant from the album Gentle Giant "Why Not" song, a 2003 song by Hilary Duff

                                               

Lull

Lull may refer to: In economy recession In music Lull EP, an EP by the Smashing Pumpkins "Lull" song, a song by Andrew Bird Auburn Lull, an American dream pop / space rock group Lull band, a musical project by Mick Harris. "Lull", a song by Radio ...

                                               

Joel Krige

Christman Joel Ackerman Krige served as Speaker of the Union of South Africa. He was born in Stellenbosch, qualified as a lawyer and established himself in Caledon. He got involved in politics as member of the Afrikanerbond and was deported durin ...

                                               

Chubb

Chubb may refer to: Chubb Security, a British firm specialised in fire protection HMS Chub, or HMS Chubb, the name of three ships of the Royal Navy Chubb Crater, a meteor crater in Quebec Chubb, alternative spelling for Chub, a European river fis ...

                                               

Japan (disambiguation)

Pontypool japan, the process of japanning with the use of an oil varnish and heat Japanese lacquerware or japan, a broad category of fine and decorative arts Japanning, European imitation of Asian lacquerwork Japan black or japan, a lacquer or va ...

                                               

William Lockwood

William Lockwood, Will Lockwood, Bill Lockwood, or Billy Lockwood may refer to: William Lockwood MP, Member of Parliament for Scarborough in the 1540s Will Lockwood ice hockey born 1998, NHL Prospect Bill Lockwood cricketer 1868–1932, English cri ...

                                               

George Roberts

George Roberts Western Australian politician 1913–1962, Australian politician George Roberts British politician 1868–1928, British Labour MP, Minister of Labour George Roberts Newfoundland politician died 1920, ship owner, newspaper owner, politi ...

                                               

Archduchess Marie of Austria

Archduchess Marie of Austria may refer to: Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria 1868–1924, fourth and last child of Franz Josef, Emperor of Austria-Hungary and Elisabeth, Duchess in Bavaria Archduchess Marie Astrid of Austria born 1954, Princess ...

                                               

Laak

Claudia van Laak born 1963, German radio journalist

                                               

VC1

VC1 may refer to: Vickers VC.1 Viking, a late 1940s British transport aircraft Virtua Cop, a 1994 light gun video game VC-1, a Microsoft SMPTE 421M video codec VC-1A, the Brazilian Air Force One Valkyria Chronicles, a 2008 tactical role-playing g ...

                                               

Katerina Cilka

Katerina Cilka was a Protestant missionary from Bansko, abducted for ransom by a detachment of the Inner Macedonian Revolutionary Organization in 1901 and released in 1902.

                                               

Holger Topp-Pedersen

Holger Topp-Pedersen was a Danish landscape painter. Holger Topp-Pedersen, son of Anders Christian Pedersen and Mariane Elise Topp, attended the technical school in his hometown. In 1884, he located to Copenhagen and studied at the Royal Danish A ...

                                               

Tekle Haymanot (disambiguation)

Tekle Haymanot or Takla Haymanot is the name of several famous Ethiopians: Tekle Haymanot of Gondar, pretender to the throne Tekle Haymanot II of Ethiopia, Emperor of Ethiopia Tekle Haymanot I of Ethiopia, Emperor of Ethiopia Tekle Haymanot of Go ...

                                               

Aldine

Aldine may refer to: Aldine, New Jersey, an unincorporated community in Salem County Aldine Independent School District, a school district in Houston, Texas, United States Aldine, Houston, Texas, a former town in Harris County, Texas, United Stat ...

                                               

Senator Henderson

Senator Henderson may refer to: United States Senators Charles Henderson Nevada politician 1873–1954, U.S. Senator from Nevada John B. Henderson 1826–1913, U.S. Senator from Missouri John Henderson Mississippi politician 1797–1857, U.S. Senator f ...

                                               

Senator Abbott

Senator Abbott may refer to: Jack Abbott The Young and the Restless, fictional member of the Wisconsin State Senate Amos Abbott 1786–1868, Massachusetts State Senate Ambrose Abbott 1813–1882, Maine State Senate Josiah Gardner Abbott 1814–1891, Ma ...

                                               

Mersch (disambiguation)

Mersch canton, a canton of Luxembourg centred on Mersch Mersch district, a former district of Luxembourg centred on Mersch Mersch, a commune in Luxembourg

                                               

Bill Thompson

Bill Thompson Wyoming politician 1937–2018, member of the Wyoming State House of Representatives Bill Thompson South Dakota politician born 1949, South Dakota State House of Representatives Bill Thompson Ohio politician, Ohio House of Representat ...

                                               

Dunn

In the United States Dunn, Dane County, Wisconsin, town Dunn, North Carolina, a city Dunn County, Wisconsin, county Dunn, Dunn County, Wisconsin, town Dunn, Indiana, a ghost town Dunn, Missouri, an unincorporated community Dunn, Texas, an unincor ...

                                               

Percy Hughes (footballer)

Edward Percival Whitley Hughes, commonly known as Percy Hughes, was a Welsh footballer who played as a defender and made three appearances for the Wales national team.

                                               

Arthur Allen

Arthur Acland Allen 1868–1939, British Liberal Party politician, MP for Christchurch and Dunbartonshire Arthur Allen Virginia politician died 1710, Virginia colonial politician, 22nd Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 1686–1688 Arthur Al ...

                                               

Jatra Mohan Sengupta

Sengupta was on 30 July 1850 in Barama, Chandanaish Upazila, Chittagong District, Bengal Presidency, British Raj. His father, Trahiram Sen, was an Ayurvedic physician. He graduated from Chittagong Government High School in 1868 and from Chittagon ...

                                               

Wachusett

Wachusett is a word derived from the Algonquian languages such as Nipmuc and Wompanoag, still spoken by the Native Americans of Massachusetts and is believed to approximate "near the mountain" or "mountain place". Wachusett was originally used as ...

                                               

Miho Imada

Miho Imada is a sake brewmaster at Imada Shuzō in Akitsu, Hiroshima. Imada has a reputation for making some of the finest sake in the world.

                                               

Shepherds Bush station

Shepherds Bush station may refer to: Shepherds Bush tube station, open station served by the Central line of the London Underground Shepherds Bush railway station 1869-1916, closed station that was served by London and South Western Railway Sheph ...

                                               

Arches-Saint-Die railway

The railway from Arches-Saint-Die is a French 49 km long railway that runs between the communes of Arches and Saint-Die-des-Vosges. The entirety of the line is located in the department of Vosges in the Grand Est region. Since 22 December 2018, t ...

                                               

Harry La Montagne

Horse owner, artist and sculptor, war veteran and sportsman, Harry Austen La Montagne was born on November 20, 1869 in New York City and died on June 15, 1959 at his apartment in the Plaza Hotel.

                                               

Parmotrema arnoldii

Parmotrema arnoldii, commonly known as the powdered ruffle lichen, is a widely distributed species of lichen in the family Parmeliaceae. It has been recorded from Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania, Macaronesia, and North and South America.

                                               

Charles Lane

Charles Lane may refer to: Charles A. Lane 1825–?, American politician Charles Lane journalist, Washington Post reporter Charles Henry Lane fl. 1900, British author on the breeding and showing of animals; writer of the first known breed standard ...

                                               

Charles Perkins

Charles Perkins may refer to: Charles L. Perkins, computer research scientist and author Charles Elliott Perkins 1840–1907, American railroad executive Charles Callahan Perkins 1823–1886, American critic and author Charles H. Perkins, founder of ...

                                               

Hugh Morgan

Hugh Morgan may refer to: Hugh Morgan footballer, born 1869 1869–1930, Scottish international football inside forward who played for Liverpool and Blackburn Rovers Hugh Morgan apothecary c. 1530–1613, Queen Elizabeths apothecary Huey Morgan born ...

                                               

James Duckworth

James or Jim Duckworth may refer to: James Duckworth 1869–1937, British businessman and son of Sir James Duckworth James Duckworth rugby league born 1994, English rugby league player Sir James Duckworth 1840–1915, British businessman and Liberal ...

                                               

Orfanato (São Paulo Metro)

Orfanato is a metro station under construction in São Paulo Metro Line 2-Green. It is part of the expansion project of Line2 between Vila Prudente and Dutra, estimated to be opened in mid-2026.

                                               

Maud Churton Braby

Julia Maud Churton Braby was an English journalist and author born in China, notable for her best-sellers on love and marriage, especially Modern Marriage and How to Bear It. All of her work was published, unusually for the period, as" Maud Churt ...

                                               

Euchlorine

Euchlorine 3 O) is a rare emerald-green colored sulfate mineral found naturally occurring as a sublimate in fumaroles around volcanic eruptions. It was first discovered in fumaroles of the 1868 eruption at Mount Vesuvius in Campania, Italy by Arc ...

                                               

Armin Hegedus

He completed his studies at the Budapest University of Technology, then entered the city and, as a technical adviser in the capital, built several schools with due care in accordance with the requirements of modern social hygiene. He also planned ...

                                               

Carl G. Lindquist

Carl Gottfred Lindquist was a dairy farmer and legislator in Michigan. He served seven terms in the Michigan House of Representatives.

                                               

Yaw

Yaw or yaws may refer to: Yaw bearing, one of the components to keep optimal heading in a wind turbine Yaw angle, one of the Tait–Bryan angles, describing the heading of a vehicle or machine, and some other related elements Yaw system, component ...

                                               

Frederick Alexander

Frederick Alexander may refer to: Fred Alexander 1880–1969, American top-ranked tennis player Piers Flint-Shipman 1962–1984, British actor, also known by the stage name Frederick Alexander Fred Alexander rugby union 1870–1937, South African rugby ...

                                               

Gitta

Gitta Mallasz 1907–1992, Hungarian graphic designer Gitta Lind 1925–1974, German singer and actor Gitta Connemann born 1964, German politician Gitta Escher born 1957, German gymnast Brigitte Nielsen born 1963, Danish actress and musician who has ...

                                               

La Marseillaise (disambiguation)

La Marseillaise is the name of the national anthem of France. La Marseillaise may also refer to: La Marseillaise 1869 newspaper, a French weekly newspaper first published on 19 December 1869 La marseillaise de la Commune, a version of La Marseill ...