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Lee Henderson (hurler)

Lee Henderson is a hurler. He plays for Sean MacCumhaills and the Donegal county team. He plays as a forward. Henderson made his debut for Donegal at the age of 17. He came on as a late substitute in the final of the 2011 Lory Meagher Cup as Done ...

                                               

Senator OBrien

Senator OBrien may refer to: Henry L. OBrien 1869–1935, New York State Senate Margaret OBrien politician born 1973, Michigan State Senate Jeremiah OBrien Maine 1778–1858, Maine State Senate Ted OBrien born 1956, New York State Senate Duncan T. OB ...

                                               

Night Mail (advert)

Night Mail, also known as Concerto or Britains Railway, was an 1988 British advert produced by Ridley Scott Associates and British Transport Films for British Rail. It was based on the 1936 documentary of the same name, and used the first stanza ...

                                               

Bobby Moore (disambiguation)

Bobby Moore was an English footballer. Bobby Moore is also the name of: Bobby Moore pitcher 1958–2015, former Major League Baseball pitcher for the San Francisco Giants Bobby Moore & the Rhythm Aces 1930–2006, 1960s R&B group Ahmad Rashād bor ...

                                               

The Junction (The Manhattan Transfer album)

The Junction is an album by The Manhattan Transfer, released on March 30, 2018. It was the first album by the group to feature Trist Curless on bass following the death of Tim Hauser in 2014.

                                               

Rogers House

Rogers House may refer to: in the United States Rogers House Huntington, New York, NRHP-listed Lon Rogers House, Ashland, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Boyd County Rock Rogers House, Macon, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in Bibb County Rogers-Drum ...

                                               

Jacques de Bousie

Jacques de Bousie was a Flemish confectioner working in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he worked for James VI and Anne of Denmark. Bousie was asked to make confections in September 1589 for the arrival of Anna of Denmark, when it was expected she wou ...

                                               

We Are Boats

We Are Boats is a 2018 American fantasy film written and directed by James Bird and starring Angela Sarafyan, Adriana Mather, Justin Cornwell, Luke Hemsworth, Jack Falahee, Gaia Weiss, Booboo Stewart, Graham Greene, Amanda Plummer and Uzo Aduba.

                                               

Chrysaor (disambiguation)

Chrysaor was the brother of Pegasus in Greek mythology. Chrysaor may also refer to: Chrysaor, hydrocarbon company and holder of the Everest gasfield UK exploration rights Chrysaor sword, weapon of Sir Artegall in Edmund Spensers poem The Faerie Q ...

                                               

Battling Billson

Battling Billson is a 1923 short stories character by P. G. Wodehouse. He is featured in the following short stories: The Debut of Battling Billson The Come-back of Battling Billson The Exit of Battling Billson The Return of Battling Billson Bill ...

                                               

Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus! (season 6)

Ich bin ein Star – Holt mich hier raus! returned for its sixth series on 13 January 2012 on RTL. Sonja Zietlow and Dirk Bach returned for their sixth season as hosts. Also the paramedic Bob McCarron alias "Dr. Bob" was back. On 28 January 2012, t ...

                                               

Horace Mann School (disambiguation)

Horace Mann School is a highly selective independent college preparatory school in New York City Horace Mann School may also refer to: Barnstable Horace Mann Charter School, a 5-6 school in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts Horace Mann Junior High Sc ...

                                               

Horace Mann Elementary School

Horace Mann Elementary School, schools named after Horace Mann, may refer to: Horace Mann Elementary School Newton, Massachusetts Horace Mann Elementary School Wichita, Kansas Horace Mann Elementary School Iowa City, Iowa Horace Mann Elementary S ...

                                               

Cage (Akina Nakamori album)

Cage is the cover studio album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori. It was released on 8 November, 2017 under the Universal Music Group Japan label. Its Nakamoris tenth cover album.

                                               

The Island of Dr. Destroyer

Supervillain Dr. Destroyer has created a secret stronghold on the island of Destruga, from which he plans to control the entire planet using his soon-to-be-launched Hypnoray satellite. In The Island of Dr. Destroyer, the players must raid the isl ...

                                               

Asa Binns

Asa Binns was a British mechanical and civil engineer. He trained with hydraulic pump and engine makers before becoming a draughtsman. Binns worked for a period at HMS Chatham Dockyard and rose to become head of their civil engineering works. He ...

                                               

The Very Best of Bonnie Tyler

The Very Best of Bonnie Tyler is the name or partial name of many Bonnie Tyler albums. It may refer to: The Very Best of Bonnie Tyler 2015 album The Very Best of Bonnie Tyler 1993 album The Very Best of Bonnie Tyler: Holding Out for a Hero, 2011 ...

                                               

PTC Punjabi Film Awards 2020

The 10th PTC Punjabi Film Awards ceremony, presented by PTC Punjabi, honored the best Punjabi films of 2019, and will be held online. It is the first time the award is being held online due to coronavirus pandemic. The curtain raiser for the awar ...

                                               

Diego Aramburo

Diego Aramburo Jordan is a Bolivian actress, director, and playwright. The founder and director of the Kiknteatr company, she is the winner of 10 Peter Travesi National Theater Awards, in addition to having received various distinctions and recog ...

                                               

Karimugan

Karimugan is a 2018 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy drama film written and directed by Chella Thangaiah. The film stars folk singer Senthil Ganesh and Gayatri Rema in the main lead roles. The plot of the film based on the teenage love and a ...

                                               

Muskaan Khubchandani

After she graduated from Delhi University, she pursued her passion of becoming a model. She has appeared in advertisements before starring in films. She is also a trained kathak dancer.

                                               

Gaiety Theatre, Shimla

Gaiety Theatre or Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex is a significant tourist hot spot of Shimla. It is located on The Ridge, Shimla. It is the hub of cultural events of the state. It also very popular among Bollywood as many songs and movies shot ...

                                               

Black Warrant (novel)

Black Warrant: Confessions of a Tihar Jailer is an Indian 2019 non-fiction book written by journalist Sunetra Choudhury and the former superintendent of Tihar Jail, Sunil Gupta. It traces some of the infamous criminals who served their time in th ...

                                               

Kabir Jayanti

Kabir Jayanti, also known as Kabir Prakat Diwas, is celebrated to commemorate the manifestation of Saint Kabir Das Ji, a famous poet and mystic saint in India. It is celebrated once in a year on the full moon day in the Hindu month Jyeshtha, whic ...

                                               

Death of Giovanni Lopez

The death of Giovanni Lopez Ramirez occurred on May 4, 2020 in the municipality of Ixtlahuacan de los Membrillos, Jalisco, Mexico as a result of his arrest by police officers. He was allegedly arrested for not wearing a face mask during the COVID ...

                                               

Second Hand (2013 film)

Second Hand is a 2013 Indian Telugu-language romantic drama starring Dhanya Balakrishna, Sudheer Varma, Kireeti Damaraju, Vishnuvardhan and Anuj Ram. This film marks the debut of writer B. V. S. Ravi as a co-producer and Telugu debut of director ...

                                               

Turhan Kaya

Kaya was born on 30 November 1951 in Istanbul. He was a graduate of the Yeditepe University School of Communication. He studied acting in England and Italy. He started acting with theatre in the early 1980s, but later switched to television. He w ...

                                               

1950–51 FC Basel season

The 1950–51 season was Fussball Club Basel 1893s 57th season in their existence. It was their fifth season in Nationalliga A the top flight of Swiss football following their promotion from the Nationalliga B in the season 1945–46. For the second ...

                                               

Lucas Sirkar

Lucas Sirkar, SDB is an Indian Roman Catholic priest, and the retired Archbishop of Calcutta. He was succeeded by Thomas DSouza, the current serving Archbishop of Calcutta. He was ordained as a priest on 20 April 1968 and is a member of the relig ...

                                               

Senthil Ganesh

Senthil Ganesh is an Indian folk, playback singer and actor. He rose to prominence after winning the 6th edition of the Airtel Super Singer in 2018 which was aired in Star Vijay. He made his acting debut with the film Thirudu Pogatha Manasu. He m ...

                                               

Lupe Mejia

Lupe Mejia, nicknamed La Yaqui or La Cancionera Yaqui ", is a Mexican singer and actress, known for her career as a performer of rancheras and other Mexican folk music genres.

                                               

Majo Aguilar

Maria Jose "Majo" Aguilar is a member of the Aguilar family, also known as "the Aguilar dynasty." She is the daughter of singer and actor Antonio Aguilar, hijo, and a granddaughter of singers Antonio Aguilar and Flor Silvestre, two stars of Mexic ...

                                               

Tikhon (Zaitsev)

Archbishop Tikhon, secular name Alexander Viktorovich Zaitsev, Russian: Александр Викторович Зайцев ; born 13 April 1967), is the archbishop of Podolsky and the primate of the diocese of Berlin and Germany of the Russian Orthodox Church; he holds ...

                                               

Margaret DSilva

Margaret DSilva is a professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Louisville. She is currently the professor of intercultural communication and mass media processes and effects. Her research is focused on the areas of public ...

                                               

Sinker

Sinker may refer to: A doughnut, slang usually used to suggest dunking or "sinking" it in coffee Sinker baseball, a type of baseball pitch John Sinker 1874–1936, MA, an eminent Anglican priest and author in the 20th century Sinker Beyond the Blac ...

                                               

Charles Hickey (cricketer)

Charles Ernest Henry Hickey was a New Zealand cricketer who played first-class cricket for Wellington from 1903 to 1910.

                                               

Dulce Nunes

Dulce Pinto Bressane, known professionally as Dulce Nunes or Dulce Bressane, was a Brazilian actress and singer-songwriter of the genre MPB.

                                               

Michaela Kurimsky

Michaela Kurimsky is a Canadian actress and filmmaker. She is known for starring in Jasmin Mozaffaris debut feature film, Firecrackers, which premiered at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival. For her work on the film, Kurimsky received c ...

                                               

Leslie Malton

Malton is the daughter of a US diplomat father and an Austrian mother. She only lived in the United States for five years. She spent her school and youth days in Vienna. At the age of 14, she already wanted to be an actress. Malton started her ca ...

                                               

I3

Triiodide I 3 −, an anion composed of 3 iodide atoms i3 window manager, a tiling window manager Axiom I3, a large cardinal axiom in rank-into-rank set theory Intermud-3, an InterMUD network method between MUDs

                                               

CLHS

Concordia Lutheran High School Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States Central Lancaster High School, Lancaster, England Concordia Lutheran High School Texas, Tomball, Texas, United States California Lutheran High School, Wildomar, California, United ...

                                               

Equivalents of the Axiom of Choice

Equivalents of the Axiom of Choice is a book in mathematics, collecting statements in mathematics that are true if and only if the axiom of choice holds. It was written by Herman Rubin and Jean E. Rubin, and published in 1963 by North-Holland as ...

                                               

Joe Sutton (American football)

Joe Sutton was an American football defensive back and fullback who played in the All-America Football Conference and the National Football League. He played college football at Temple.

                                               

Joze

Joze is a male given name related to Joseph. Notable people with this name include: Joze Snoj born 1934, Slovenian author Joze Mencinger born 1941, Slovenian politician Joze Brodnik born 1936, Slovenian decathlete Joze Ciuha 1924–2015, Slovenian ...

                                               

1565 in France

Lycee Alexandre Ribot founded in Saint-Omer as a Walloon Jesuit college. January 1 – Recognized as the first day of the year by the royal chancellery according to the Edict of Roussillon 1564 article 39. September 4 – The Spanish fleet of Pedro M ...

                                               

1966 in Belgium

Elizabeth II visits Langemark to pay her respects at the Saint Julien Memorial to Canadian soldiers of the First World War. Belgian bishops issue a declaration rejecting calls to remove the French-language section of the Catholic University of Le ...

                                               

August Brey

August Brey was a German politician and trade unionist. Born in Gelnhausen, Brey completed an apprenticeship as a shoemaker, and joined the Social Democratic Party of Germany SPD in 1885. In 1890, he was a leading founder of the Union of Factory, ...

                                               

Albin Mohs

Albin Mohs was a German trade union leader. Born in Leipzig, Mohs became a woodturner, and joined the Union of Woodturners of Germany. From 1889, he chaired its Leipzig branch. In 1893, the Woodturners merged with several other unions, to form th ...

                                               

Kuhn

Kuhn is a German word meaning "bold" and may refer to: Philipp der Kuhne 1342-1404, Philip the Bold Karl der Kuhne 1433-1477, Carl the Bold Kuhn surname, a family name a nickname for rulers and generals Kuhn Lower Bavaria, a village in the county ...

                                               

Finis Jhung

Jhung was born on May 27, 1937, in Honolulu, Hawaii. His multiracial heritage includes Korean, Scottish and English ancestors. The youngest of three sons, born to Caroline and Walter Jhung, Finis parents ran a tailor shop on Oahus Hickam Air Forc ...