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22d Air Transport Squadron (disambiguation)

The 22d Air Transport Squadron may refer to: The 22d Air Transport Squadron, which was active from 1 June 1948 at Fairfield-Suisun Air Force Base. This squadron replaced the second listed 22d Air Transport Squadron Provisional. On 1 October 1948 ...

WFBC

The call sign WFBC could refer to one of four broadcast stations in South Carolina: WYRD AM, a radio station broadcasting at 1330 kHz on the AM band, licensed to Greenville, which held the call sign WFBC until 1997. WFBC-FM, a radio station broad ...

Garden and Gun Club

Richard Robison started a bar for the Spoleto Festival in 1977. The bar then became known as the King Street Garden and Gun Club, and remained open year-round. The club moved locations several times before closing in 1985 or 1986. The Garden and ...

Bad Dog

Bad Dog TV series, a 1998–1999 Canadian cartoon series "Bad Dog" Frasier, an episode of Frasier Bad Dog!, a reality series on Animal Planet "Bad Dog" Beavis and Butt-head, an episode of Beavis and Butt-head

Women Veterans Day

Women Veterans Day is observed on June 12 in the United States, a date chosen to mark the anniversary of the Womens Armed Services Integration Act. The date is not recognized nationally, but is recognized by a number of states, either through leg ...

List of firearms (M)

This is a list of small arms whose manufacturer or name starts with the letter A - including pistols, shotguns, sniper rifles, submachine guns, personal defense weapons, assault rifles, battle rifles, designated marksman rifles, carbines, machine ...

Jerry Dunn (runner)

Jerry Alan Dunn is an American athlete dubbed "Americas Marathon Man" by Jim Murray of the LA Times. His running career began in 1975 and has spanned 45 years, breaking world records, seeing the creation of nationally acclaimed events, and culmin ...

Trail of Governors (South Dakota)

The Trail of Governors is series of life-size bronze statues of former governors of South Dakota in Pierre, the state capital. The projects goal is to place statues of every former governor; as of 2019, twenty-five statues have been placed. Sculp ...

Glenview

Glenview, Oakland, California Glenview, Lake County, California Glenview, California disambiguation Naval Air Station Glenview, an operational U.S. Naval Air Station from 1923 to 1995 Glenview, Cook County, Illinois John Bond Trevor House in Yonk ...

Reggie Johnson

Reggie Johnson may refer to: Reggie Johnson American football born 1968, former professional American football player Reggie Johnson boxer born 1966, American boxer Reggie Johnson musician born 1940, American jazz bassist Reggie Johnson basketbal ...

Riverside High School (Chattanooga, Tennessee)

Riverside High School was a public high school in Chattanooga, Tennessee, operating from 1963 - 1983. Its building currently houses the Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences - Upper School.

WBWR

WBWR may refer to: WVWZ, a radio station 790 AM licensed to serve Ashland City, Tennessee, United States, which held the call sign WBWR from 2019 to 2020 WVWB FM, a radio station 105.1 FM licensed to serve Waverly, Tennessee, which held the call ...

Marasmius wynneae

This species was originally described in 1859 by the mycologists Miles Joseph Berkeley and Christopher Edmund Broome in the British "Annals and Magazine of Natural History". The original collection was done on the Coed Coch estate in Denbighshire ...

Albert Edwards

Albert Gallatin Edwards 1812–1892, Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Al Edwards politician 1937–2020, American politician in Texas Bert Edwards politician Albert Augustine Edwards, 1887–1963, Australian politician

Paso del Norte

Paso del Norte may refer to: Paso del Norte International Bridge, a bridge between Mexico and the United States Paso del Norte Health Foundation, an organization in El Paso, Texas El Paso–Juarez, a binational metropolitan area Paso del Norte, the ...

Johnson County

Johnson County is the name of several counties in the United States: Johnson County, Wyoming Johnson County, Kentucky Johnson County, Georgia Johnson County, Texas Johnson County, Tennessee Johnson County, Illinois Johnson County, Nebraska Johnso ...

Kinkaid

Kinkaid may refer to USS Kinkaid, a Spruance-class U.S. Navy destroyer Kinkaid Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area in Illinois Kinkaid Act of 1904, which applied to Western Nebraska, U.S. Kinkaid Township, Jackson County, Illinois Kinkaid surname K ...

Emin Ali Bedir Khan

Emin Ali Bedir Khan was a founding member of the Kurd Society for Cooperation and Progress and vice president of the Society for the Elevation of Kurdistan and Kurdish politician. Emin Ali was one of twenty-one sons of Bedir Khan Beg the last her ...

Texas Oil and Gas Association

The Texas Oil and Gas Association is a industry group representing the petroleum and natural gas industries in Texas. Texas is the biggest producer of fossil fuels in the United States, account for 41% of crude oil production, 25% of natural gas, ...

SR-71 (disambiguation)

The SR-71 is a reconnaissance aircraft built by Lockheed. SR-71 may also refer to: Virginia State Route 71 Delaware Route 71 Maryland Route 71 former Florida State Road 71 Colorado State Highway 71 Indiana State Road 71 California State Route 71 ...

Seagraves

Seagraves may refer to: Places Seagraves, Texas People Chris Seagraves, English footballer Ralph Seagraves 1929 – 1998, American executive, president of R.J. Reynolds Eleanor Roosevelt Seagraves born 1927, American librarian, educator, historian, ...

Sugar bowl (disambiguation)

Sugar Bowl, a college football game. Tulane Stadium, the games original venue 1934–1974, sometimes informally called the "Sugar Bowl" during that time Sugar Bowl Ski Resort, a ski resort near Lake Tahoe, California

Ingolfur Arnarsson

Ingolfur Arnarsson is an Icelandic artist born in 1956. Arnarsson´s drawings are characterized by delicate lines, precision and time. He has also painted on concrete. His work can be found in the following collections: Abteiberg Museum, Monchengl ...

1964 Rice Owls football team

The 1964 Rice Owls football team represented Rice University during the 1964 NCAA University Division football season. In its 25th season under head coach Jess Neely, the team compiled a 4–5–1 record and outscored opponents by a total of 117 to 1 ...

List of state highway spurs in Texas (500–9999)

Spur 501 is located in Harris County. It runs from Business SH 146-D to South Shady Lane in La Porte. Spur 501 was designated on December 7, 1971 from Loop 410 now Business SH 146 at Avenue J to a point 2.5 miles south along an old routing of SH ...

1970 Rice Owls football team

The 1970 Rice Owls football team was an American football team that represented Rice University in the Southwest Conference during the 1970 NCAA University Division football season. In its fourth and final season under head coach Bo Hagan, the te ...

1976 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1976 Holy Cross Crusaders football team was an American football team that represented the College of the Holy Cross as an independent during the 1976 NCAA Division I football season. Neil Wheelwright joined the team for his first year as hea ...

1978 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1978 Holy Cross Crusaders football team was an American football team that represented the College of the Holy Cross as an independent during the 1978 NCAA Division I-A football season. Neil Wheelwright returned for his third year as head coa ...

TMAC

TMAC, T-MAC or tMAC may refer to: Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center TeraMAC, a unit of 10 12 multiply–accumulate operations MAC Trimellitic anhydride chloride, a chemical compound Testis-specific meiotic arrest complex, a protein complex in D ...

Pasture Prime

Pasture Prime is the eighth studio album by American country band Asleep at the Wheel. Produced by Ray Benson at Austin Recording and Bee Creek Studios in Austin, Texas, and by Benson and Willie Nelson at Pedernales Recording Studio in Briarcliff ...

Utah State Route 194 (disambiguation)

Utah State Route 194 may refer to: Utah State Route 194 1935-1947, a former state highway in southern Davis County, Utah, that formed an eastern loop off of the former State Route 1 then U.S. Route 91, but now signed as U.S. Route 89 Utah State R ...

Richard Howe (disambiguation)

Richard Howe was a British naval officer and earl. Richard Howe may also refer to: Sir Richard Grobham Howe, 3rd Baronet 1651–1730, English politician Richard Howe cricketer 1853–1914, English cricketer Richard Geoffrey Howe 1926–2015, British Co ...

SR6

SR6 may refer to: SR postcode area Either of two designations for U.S. Routes in Utah FYFT SR-series unmanned blimp U.S. Route 6 in Utah by Utah State law, U.S. Route 6 within the state has been defined as "State Route 6" since 1977 Utah State Ro ...

Barbara Snow (therapist)

Barbara W. Snow is a practicing therapist based out of Salt Lake City, Utah. Snow was a central figure in the Satanic ritual abuse moral panic in Utah in the late 1980s and early 1990s. In 2008, Snow was placed on probation for violating codes of ...

KSUR

KSUR may refer to: KMBX, a radio station 700 AM licensed to Soledad, California, United States, known as KSUR from 1994 to 1995 KLOK-FM, a radio station 99.5 FM licensed to Greenfield, California, United States, known as KSUR and KSUR-FM from 198 ...

GoHealth

GoHealth is a marketplace for Medicare plans including Medicare Advantage, MediGap and Medicare Part D, which are programs administered through private health insurance companies. It also operates an online health insurance marketplace offering i ...

Neville Lancelot Goddard

Neville Lancelot Goddard was an American mystic author who was famous for his writing on metaphysical subjects. He interpreted Bible from a psychological perspective, i.e. treating it not as a record of historical events, but a collection of para ...

Smith Peak

Smith Peak may refer to: Smith Peak Antarctica Smith Peak Arizona Smith Peak Nevada 3.236 m 10.617 ft Smith Peak Tuolumne County, California in the Hetch Hetchy Valley Smith Peak Plumas County, California Smith Peak Trinity County, California Smi ...

1812 United States presidential election in Virginia

The 1812 United States presidential election in Virginia took place between October 30 and December 2, 1812, as part of the 1812 United States presidential election. Voters chose 25 representatives, or electors to the Electoral College, who voted ...

The Revolt of the Angels

Revolt retells the classic Christian story of the war in heaven between angels led by the Archangel Michael against others led by Satan. The war ends with the defeat and casting to the earth of the latter. The plot emphasises themes of protagonis ...

Virginia League (disambiguation)

Eastern Carolina League may refer to: Virginia League 1948–51, former Minor League Baseball league of 1948–1951 Virginia League, former Minor League Baseball league of 1906–1928 Virginia League collegiate baseball, former College Summer Baseball ...

Miss Collins

Miss Collins is a 1924 portrait painting by Australian artist William Beckwith McInnes. The painting depicts Miss Gladys Neville Collins, the daughter of J.T. Collins, lawyer, Victorian State Parliamentary draughtsman, and trustee of the Public L ...

Martin Peak (Olympic Mountains)

Martin Peak is a mountain summit in the Olympic Mountains and is located in Jefferson County of Washington state. It is located within Olympic National Park. At 7.638 feet high, Martin Peak is the seventh-highest peak of the Olympic Mountains, an ...

Mount Fitzhenry

Mount Fitzhenry is a 6.050-foot mountain summit located within Olympic National Park in Clallam County of Washington state. Mt. Fitzhenry is in the Bailey Range which is a subrange of the Olympic Mountains. In clear weather, the mountain can be s ...

The White Glove

The White Glove is a 1921 portrait painting by Australian artist George Washington Lambert. The painting depicts Miss Gladys Neville Collins, the daughter of J.T. Collins, lawyer, Victorian State Parliamentary draughtsman, and trustee of the Publ ...

Itaru Tachibana

Itaru Tachibana was a Japanese spy active in the United States. USC PhD student Pedro Loureiro wrote that Tachibanas arrest by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI "became the most publicized and sensational Japanese espionage case i ...

1N

1N or 1-N may refer to: F7F-1N, see Grumman F7F Tigercat Secondary State Highway 1N Washington 1937-1943, a loop west of Centralia XF8F-1N, see Grumman F8F Bearcat Canon EOS-1N CUH-1N, Canadian version of what became the Bell 212 Olympus OM-1n, a ...

Stephen Peak

Stephen Peak is a 6.418-foot mountain summit located within Olympic National Park in Jefferson County of Washington state. Stephen Peak is the fifth-highest peak in the Bailey Range, which is a subrange of the Olympic Mountains. In clear weather, ...

Ruth Peak

Ruth Peak is a 6.850+ ft glaciated mountain summit located within Olympic National Park in Clallam County of Washington state. Ruth Peak is the third-highest peak in the Bailey Range, which is a subrange of the Olympic Mountains. Its nearest high ...

Mount Fairchild

Mount Fairchild, also known as Mount William Fairchild, is a 6.900-foot glaciated mountain summit located within Olympic National Park in Clallam County of Washington state. Mt. Fairchild is the second-highest peak in the Bailey Range which is a ...