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John Kimbrough (wide receiver)

Kimbrough was a member of the football and track and field teams at St. Cloud State. He was a three-time All-Northern Intercollegiate Conference selection in football and was named second team Little All-America by the Associated Press. Kimbrough ...

                                               

Dottie Leonard Miller

Dottie Golt Leonard Miller is an American business executive who heads companies that specialize in Christian music and other Christian products. She is a member of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame.

                                               

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Antonio

St. Gerard Catholic High School, San Antonio Est. 1927 Incarnate Word High School, San Antonio Est. 1881 Our Lady of the Hills High School, Kerrville Est. 2013 John Paul II Catholic High School, Schertz Est. 2009 St. Anthony Catholic High School, ...

                                               

Ali Naghiyev

Ali Naghi oglu Naghiyev is an Azerbaijani lieutenant general, who serves as Chief of State Security Service of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

                                               

Sidney W. Thaxter

Thaxter was born in Bangor, Maine. He married Laura May Farnham in 1866. She died in June 1880. He remarried in 1882 to Julia St. Felix Thom. They had three children including actresses Phyllis Thaxter and Judge Sidney St. Felix Thaxter. He died ...

                                               

Gladys, Baroness Swaythling

Gladys, Baroness Swaythling, was a prominent member of the British Jewish community, a philanthropist and wife of Louis Montagu, 2nd Baron Swaythling.

                                               

Muriel Kent Roy

Muriel Kent Blanchard was born on 15 September 1921 in Moncton, New Brunswick. She studied at the Universite de Montreal, then at the Sorbonne. She taught sociology and demography at the Universite de Moncton and headed the Center detudes acadien ...

                                               

Philipp von Stadion und Thannhausen

Philipp Franz Emerich Karl von Stadion und Thannhausen was an Austrian feldmarschall-leutnant and Landkomtur of the Teutonic Order in Austria.

                                               

Peraza family

The Peraza family was a Castilian noble family of conquistadors, territorial lords, counts, and governors that were a significant force in the history and conquest of the Canary Islands during the Age of Discovery in the fifteenth and sixteenth c ...

                                               

Heli Susi

Heli Susi was born in Tallinn as the youngest child and only daughter of lawyer Arnold Susi, who was the Estonian Minister of Education during Acting Prime Minister Otto Tiefs last Government of Estonia before the Soviet troops occupied Estonia d ...

                                               

Vincent-Joseph-Marie de Proisy de Brison

Vincent-Joseph-Marie de Proisy de Brison was a French Navy officer. He notably served during the War of American Independence.

                                               

Pepsi Number Fever

Pepsi Number Fever, also known as the 349 incident, was a promotion held by PepsiCo in the Philippines in 1992, which led to riots and the deaths of at least five people.

                                               

Shana Kushner Gadarian

Shana Alyse Kushner Gadarian is an American political psychologist. She is an Associate professor of Political Science at Syracuse University. Her co-authored book Anxious Politics: Democratic Citizenship in a Threatening World received the Rober ...

                                               

Howe House

Howe House may refer to: Samuel Gridley and Julia Ward Howe House, Boston, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Dr. John Quincy Howe House, Phelps, New York, listed on the NRHP in New York John Badlam Howe Mansion, Howe, Indiana, listed on the NRHP in LaGr ...

                                               

Revelry (restaurant)

Revelry opened on August 16, 2016. Chefs and co-owners Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi partnered with locals Eric and Karen Bowler. Revelry was named Portland Monthly s "rising star restaurant". Diane Lam became chef in 2017. In November, the menu w ...

                                               

Kittie Knox

Katherine Towle Knox was a bicycle racer and the first African American to be accepted into the League of American Wheelmen. Knox joined LAW in 1893 at a time when few women were members. The organization changed their constitution to only allow ...

                                               

Coq dOr

Coq dOr may refer to: Le Coq dOr, opera by Rimsky-Korsakov Le Coq dOr, a mime ballet based on extracts from the opera by Diaghilev Le Coq dOr in Paris where Heath Lamberts learnt his craft

                                               

Holbeck (disambiguation)

Holbeck is an inner city area in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Holbeck may also refer to: Holbeck Ghyll, a restaurant located in Windermere, Cumbria, England Holbeck, Nottinghamshire, England, a village and civil parish Holbeck, Lincolnshire, E ...

                                               

June 2020 Afghanistan attacks

In June 2020, insurgents carried out attacks in Badakhshan and Kabul Provinces of Afghanistan. On 6 June 2020, a roadside bomb killed 11 members of the Afghan security forces when hit their vehicle, which was responding to attacks on checkpoints ...

                                               

Maronas Fantastic Tale

Maronas Fantastic Tale is a 2019 French animated feature film directed and written by Anca Damian. The film tells the life story of a dog as she travels between various owners and learns to navigate the challenges of being a pet.

                                               

Christiani Pitts

Pitts began her career at age 8 in Montclair, New Jersey before moving to back to Atlanta, Georgia. In 2008 Christiani began recording her first EP. Along with love for acting and music, Christiani also pursued her career in dance and landed her ...

                                               

Fanning

Fanning may refer to: USS Fanning, ships of the United States Navy Sector disambiguation#Geometry Fanning surname Fan dance, a dance art form Fanning firearms, a shooting technique in which one hand holds a revolver and the other hits the hammer ...

                                               

The Varsity Drag

The Varsity Drag is a pop song written by Ray Henderson, Buddy DeSylva and Lew Brown in 1927. The songwriting team Henderson, DeSylva and Brown wrote the song Varsity Drag for the musical Good News, from which the song The Best Things in Life Are ...

                                               

Croxton

Croxton may refer to: Placenames Croxton, Lincolnshire, England Croxton railway station, Melbourne, Australia Croxton Kerrial, a village and parish in Leicestershire, England Croxton, Staffordshire, England Croxton, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA C ...

                                               

Xinfadi market

Xinfadi Market is a covered wholesale food market in the southern Beijing district of Fengtai. As of 2020, the market provides more than 90% of Beijings fruits and vegetables according to state media. Seafood and meat are also sold at the market. ...

                                               

Stow

Stow, Massachusetts Stow, New York Stow, Maine Stow, Ohio

                                               

Cache Creek

Cache Creek may refer to: Cache Creek British Columbia, a stream in the Thompson Country of British Columbia, Canada Cache Creek Sacramento River, a tributary stream in Yolo, Colusa, and Lake Counties, California, United States Cache Creek, Briti ...

                                               

Coley Welch

Coleman Patrick Welch was an American middleweight boxer. Born in Portland, Maine, Welch came from an Irish-American community and was nicked the Fighting Iceman. He made his amateur debut on May 21, 1936 at the age of 17 and fought primarily at ...

                                               

Slammiversary XVIII

Slammiversary is a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by Impact Wrestling that will take place on July 18, 2020. It will be the sixteenth event under the Slammiversary chronology.

                                               

William Haynes

William Haynes may refer to: Billy Jack Haynes born 1953, American professional wrestler William Haynes swimmer, British swimmer William E. Haynes 1829–1914, United States Representative for Ohio William Joseph Haynes Jr. born 1949, United States ...

                                               

Commonwealth Cup (disambiguation)

The Commonwealth Cup is a trophy given to the winner of the annual American football game between the University of Virginia and Virginia Tech. Commonwealth Cup may also refer to: Commonwealth Cup horse race, a horse race run in Great Britain Com ...

                                               

2022 in public domain

When a works copyright expires, it enters the public domain. The following is a list of works that enter the public domain in 2022. Since laws vary globally, the copyright status of some works are not uniform.

                                               

Great American Outdoors Act

The Great American Outdoors Act is a bill under consideration in the United States Congress that would have two major components: fully and permanently funding the Land and Water Conservation Fund, and providing.5 billion in funding to address a ...

                                               

2020 Brickyard 400

The 2020 Brickyard 400, branded as Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 Powered by Big Machine Records is a NASCAR Cup Series race that was held on July 5, 2020 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana. It is the 27th running of the Brickyar ...

                                               

The Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

The Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a formal prayer in the Catholic Church dedicated to Sacred Heart of Jesus. It is one of six approved litanies for public use. In 1899, Pope Leo XIII approved the Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus for p ...

                                               

Analysis (disambiguation)

Analysis is the process of observing and breaking down a complex topic or substance into smaller parts to gain a better understanding of it. Analysis may also refer to: Analysis journal, a major international journal of philosophy Real analysis A ...

                                               

XFM (disambiguation)

XFM or Xfm may refer to: XFM Malta commercial radio station in Malta 92.3 xFM commercial radio station in Manila, Philippines Xfm file manager X11 file manager Xandros File Manager XFM commercial radio station in Malaysia. See List of radio stati ...

                                               

WRS

WRS may refer to: World record size, referring to the largest or smallest known examples of mollusc shells World Radio Switzerland, an English-language national public radio station in Switzerland War reserve stock, warfighting material held in s ...

                                               

Ian Brown (disambiguation)

Ian Brown is an English musician and lead singer of band The Stone Roses. Ian Brown may also refer to: Ian Brown Australian footballer 1925–2019, Australian rules footballer Ian Brown footballer, born 1965, English footballer and manager Ian Brow ...

                                               

BreakTudo (website)

BreakTudo is a Brazilian music, television and internet news portal. Created in 2010 by journalists Nah Olopi and Marcos Daruzves, today it is one of the reference portals in pop culture in Brazil, being one of the most accessed sites in the coun ...

                                               

Diesen (surname)

Diesen is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Sverre Diesen born 1949, Norwegian military officer Emil Diesen 1880–1942, Norwegian civil servant and editor Deborah Diesen, American childrens book author Ernst Diesen 1913–1970, Nor ...

                                               

Marmat (tehsil)

Marmat is a tehsil in the Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir, India. Marmat consists of 18 villages, including the village of Marmat. It is 45 kilometres south of the district headquarters of Doda.

                                               

Capehart

Jerry Capehart Homer E. Capehart - U.S. Senator from Indiana 1945-63 - supporter of military family housing Charles E. Capehart Edward Capehart OKelley James Capehart Henry Capehart Jonathan Capehart - American journalist and television personality

                                               

Veronica Lynn

Veronica Lynn is a Cuban actress and theatre director with an extensive career in film, theatre, radio and television. She founded the theater group Trotamundos in 1989 with Pedro Alvarez, her husband.

                                               

Fernando Iglesias (Argentine politician)

Fernando Adolfo Iglesias is an Argentine journalist, writer, politician, and volleyball player. Currently he is a National Deputy in the Argentine Congress representing the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. He is a member of the center-right Cambi ...

                                               

Lii Tedre

Lii Tedre is an Estonian stage, television, and film actress. Tedre began her career with an engagement at the Endla Theatre in 1968, before leaving in 2010 to become a freelance actress.

                                               

Burton Benedict

Burton Benedict was an American anthropologist. He interrupted his studies at Harvard University to serve in the United States Army Air Forces during World War Two. After graduation he studied for a doctorate at the London School of Economics and ...

                                               

The Eldest

The Eldest is a 2013–2014 South Korean television series starring Yoon Jung-hee, Jae Hee, Oh Yoon-ah and Park Jae-jung. It aired on JTBC from September 14, 2013 to March 16, 2014.

                                               

Sigfrid Siwertz

Sigfrid Siwertz, born 24 January 1882 in Stockholm, died 26 November 1970, was a Swedish writer. As a writer Siwertz is associated as a representative of the Swedish realism literature of the 1910s. A prolific writer he wrote poetry, several play ...

                                               

Deadliest Catch: Bloodline

Deadliest Catch: Bloodline is an American documentary and reality television series that premiered on April 14, 2020 on the Discovery Channel. Bloodline is a spin-off of Discovery Channels Deadliest Catch. The program follows fishermen Josh Harri ...