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Horse Creek

Horse Creek James River, a stream in Missouri Horse Creek Tombigbee River, a tributary of the Tombigbee River in Alabama Horse Creek Moore County, North Carolina, a tributary to Drowning Creek Horse Creek Tennessee River, a stream in Tennessee Ho ...

Tigrane Pasha

Tigrane Pasha was an Egyptian-Armenian politician and the ninth Foreign Minister of Egypt. He served as Foreign Minister from 1891-94, under three Prime Ministers.

Milk Lake

Milk Lake may refer to: Lichiqucha Chicla-Yauli, a mountain and lake in the Peruvian Andes Milk Lake, Taiwan, a lake in Taiwan Milk lakes, a term for the milk surplus bought by the EU as a result of its Common Agricultural Policy Sutgol or "Milk ...

Trento-Mattarello Airport

Trento-Mattarello Airport, also known as Aeroporto G.Caproni, is an airfield located at Trentino, 3.4 NM south of Trento, Italy. The airport is at an elevation of 610 feet 186 m above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 18/36 with an asp ...

Gaius Valerius Paullinus

Gaius Valerius Paullinus was a Roman senator, who was active during the reign of Trajan. He is best known as a friend of Pliny the Younger, having received a number of letters from Pliny. Paullinus was suffect consul in the nundinium of September ...

Camp Jackson

Camp Jackson may refer to: Camp Jackson Alabama, a camp near Scottsboro, Alabama Camp Jackson Korea, a US Army base south of Uijeongbu, South Korea Initial name for Fort Jackson South Carolina, a US Army base Camp Jackson Affair, a military encou ...

Waks

Waks or WAKS may refer to: WCLV, a radio station 104.9 FM licensed to Lorain, Ohio, United States, which carried the WAKS callsign from 1999 to 2001 WMTX, a radio station 100.7 FM licensed to Tampa, Florida, United States, which has carried the W ...

Peter Delfyett

Peter J. Delfyett Jr is an American engineer and Professor of Optics and Photonics at the University of Central Florida College of Optics and Photonics. He was awarded the 1996 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. He is a ...

Riverside Historic District

Riverside Historic District may refer to: Riverside Historic District Jacksonsville, Florida, listed on the NRHP in Florida Riverside Historic District Elizabeth City, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina Riverside Charles County, ...

Joachim Wedekind

Joachim Wedekind was a German screenwriter. He was a specialist in comedies, and worked with a number of directors including Georg Jacoby.

Stout House

Stout House may refer to: Isaac Stout House, Williams Township, Pennsylvania Ben Stout House, Jeffersontown, Kentucky, listed on the National Register of Historic Places Knight-Stout House, Finchville, Kentucky, listed on the National Register of ...

Millie E. Hale Hospital

The Millie E. Hale Hospital was a hospital in Nashville, Tennessee that served African-American patients. It was the first hospital to serve black patients year-round. The hospital was opened by a husband and wife team, Dr. John Henry Hale and Mi ...

Savannah Historic District

Savannah Historic District may refer to: Savannah Historic District Savannah, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Tennessee Savannah Victorian Historic District, Savannah, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in Georgia Central of Georgia Railroad: Savannah ...

List of bisexual characters in animation

This is a list of characters in animation that either self-identify as bisexual or have been identified by outside parties to be bisexual. Listed characters are either recurring characters, cameos, guest stars, or one-off characters. This article ...

MTAC

MTAC may stand for: Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission of the Republic of Chinas Executive Yuan Multiple Threat Assessment Center The Multiple Threat Alert Center as named in the NCIS TV series Middle Tennessee Anime Convention Multiple Thr ...

52nd Regiment

52nd Regiment may refer to: 52nd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment 52nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment 52nd London Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery 52nd Armoured Regiment India 52nd Artillery Regiment "Torino" 52nd Illinois Infantry Regime ...

Command systems in the United States Army

Command systems in the United States Army refers to electronic command systems implemented by the US Army to carry out important central functions to operation of its units and major commands.

368th

368th may refer to: 368th Bombardment Squadron, inactive United States Air Force unit 368th Expeditionary Air Support Operations Group 368 EASOG is a support unit of the United States Air Force 368th Fighter Group or 136th Airlift Wing, unit of t ...

12th Street

New Jersey Route 54, known locally as 12th Street 12th Street Chicago, now Roosevelt Road 12th Street Manhattan 12th Street St. Louis 12th Street Erie, Pennsylvania 12th Street Washington, D.C.

United States Under Secretary of Commerce

A United States Under Secretary of Commerce is one of several positions in the United States Department of Commerce, serving under the United States Secretary of Commerce.

Robert Stauch

Robert Stauch was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

Gaspar Jacob van Opstal the Younger

Gaspar Jacob van Opstal the Younger or Jasper Jacob van Opstal the Younger, was a Flemish painter active in Antwerp and Italy in the second half of the 17th century and the early 18th century. He is known for his mythological and biblical scenes ...

Caroline A. Crenshaw

Caroline Abbey Crenshaw is an American lawyer from Washington, D.C. who is a nominee to be a Commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Louis S. Rothschild

Louis Samuel Rothschild was an American investment banker who served as chairman of the Federal Maritime Board and as Under Secretary of Commerce for Transportation under President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

1918 Fordham Maroon football team

The 1918 Fordham Maroon football team was an American football team that represented Fordham University as an independent during the 1918 college football season. Fordham claims a 16–2–1 record. College Football Data Warehouse lists the teams rec ...

List of bisexual characters in anime

This is a list of characters in animation that either self-identify as bisexual or have been identified by outside parties to be bisexual. Listed characters are either recurring characters, cameos, guest stars, or one-off characters. For the purp ...

Carlotta Stewart Lai

Carlotta Stewart Lai was an educator and administrator in the Hawaiian public schools for four decades. She was the first African American school principal in Honolulu. Lai, an African American from New York, worked as a teacher and educational l ...

Mitchell High School

Mitchell High School may refer to: In Australia: Mitchell High School New South Wales, Blacktown, New South Wales In the United Kingdom: Mitchell High School Stoke-on-Trent, Bucknall, Stoke-on-Trent In the United States: Mitchell High School Nort ...

NoHo (disambiguation)

NoHo Hong Kong, a neighborhood north of Hollywood Road in Hong Kong NoHo, Manhattan, a neighborhood in New York City "North of Houston" Street Northampton, Massachusetts North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California NoHo Arts District, Los Angeles, Ca ...

Spain Asks for Forgiveness

Spain Asks for Forgiveness is a conceptual and performative work of critical and anti-colonial content by artist Abel Azcona. Created and started in Bogota in November 2018 through a conference and a live performance by Azcona at the museum of co ...

Jacques Leider

Jacques Leider is a French historian and historiographer noted for his work in documenting the history of Burma / Myanmar, particularly the history of Buddhism and Buddhists in Burma. Leider gained notoriety, in the mid-1990s, for initiating mode ...

Arnold Lulls

Arnold Lulls was a Flemish goldsmith and jeweller in London. He was born in Antwerp, and settled in London before 1585, and became a denizen of England in 1618. Lulls worked as a parter of John Spilman and William Herrick supplying jewels to the ...

List of ambassadors of Russia to Ethiopia

The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia is the official representative of the Government of Russia to the Government of Ethiopia.

Beniamino Cavicchioni

Beniamino Cavicchioni was an Italian cardinal of the Catholic Church. He was a papal diplomat and worked in the Roman Curia.

Five Fingers of Tibet

The Five Fingers of Tibet is a Chinese foreign policy attributed to Mao Zedong that considers Tibet to be Chinas right hand palm, with five fingers on its periphery: Ladakh, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, and Arunachal Pradesh, and that it is Chinas resp ...

Foreign Policy of William Ewart Gladstone

The Foreign Policy of William Ewart Gladstone focuses primarily on the foreign policy of his four premierships, with attention as well to his position as Chancellor of the exchequer, and while leader of the Liberal opposition. He gave strong supp ...

Coalition for the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

The Coalition for the Diversity of Cultural Expressions is a non-profit organization that brings together the main Anglophone and Francophone professional organizations in the cultural sector in Canada. Originally known as the Coalition for Cultu ...

Charlie Bradley (basketball)

Charles Maurice Bradley is an American former professional basketball player who played professionally in several countries, including Spains Liga ACB. He was a standout college player for the University of South Florida, where he was the 1983 Su ...

Joseph François Auguste Jules dAlbert de Saint-Hippolyte

Joseph François Auguste Jules dAlbert de Saint-Hippolyte was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence, earning membership in the Society of the Cincinnati.

Christiane Papon

Christiane Papon is an Austrian-born French politician. Papon was born on 3 September 1924 in Vienna, Austria. Papon was a member of the Rally for the Republic RFR, and led its womens wing, Femme Avenir, from 1975 to 1988. She was elected to the ...

Zeppelin LZ 95

L 48 joined attempted attack on London with 4 other Zeppelins, L 42, L 44, L 45 and L 47. Commanded by George Eichler, on his thirteenth raid, it became lost and was intercepted and destroyed by Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12, serial No. 6110, flo ...

Helmut Bertram

He was a member of the German Bundestag from 3 November 1949, when he succeeded Rudolf Amelunxen, until the end of the first term for the Centre Party, which from 14 December 1951 formed a parliamentary group with the Bavarian Party under the nam ...

Kurt Conrad (politician)

Kurt Conrad was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

S63

S63 may refer to: S-63 encryption standard, an International Hydrographic Organization standard for encrypting and securing electronic navigational chart data S63 Long Island bus, USA INS Sindhurakshak S63, a 1997 Indian Navy Sindhughosh class su ...

Morgan Deare

Deare was born in New Iberia, Louisiana on November 19, 1945. He graduated from Westgate High School in 1964. He studied acting at the London Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.

Margareta Wahlstrom

Margareta Wahlstrom is a Swedish diplomat and social scientist who has held leading positions in the Red Cross and the United Nations. Specializing in disaster relief, from 2008 to 2015 she served as UN Assistant Secretary-General for Disaster Ri ...

General Order No. 3

General Order No. 3 was a general order which transmitted the news of the Emancipation Proclamation to the residents of Texas and freed all remaining enslaved people in the state. It was issued by Union General Gordon Granger on June 19, 1865 at ...

William Berg (classicist)

William Berg, aka Bill Berg or William Berg III, was born August 13, 1938 in Berkeley, California. On his mother’s side he was a descendant of pioneers who had migrated from Indiana to Oregon in 1852. Berg grew up in Boulder, Colorado, where his ...

Health Bureau

The Health Bureau in Macau is mainly responsible for coordinating the activities between the public and private organisations in the area of public health, and assure the health of citizens through specialised and primary health care services, as ...

Christine Whitehead

Christine Whitehead is a British Academic and Emeritus Professor of Housing Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is also the Deputy Directory of LSE London, an urban research group at London School of Economics a ...