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Vince Proby

Vincent J. Proby was an artist and architect in the United States. Tulane University has a collection of his papers at its Amistad Research Center.

                                               

Clark County

Clark County is the name of twelve counties in the United States. Most, though not all, are named after two brothers: military hero George Rogers Clark in the Midwest, and explorer William Clark in the West. Clark County, Ohio Clark County, South ...

                                               

UNICEF Meena Media Award

UNICEF Meena Media Award, more popularly known as the Meena Media Award, are awards for outstanding contribution on promoting children’s issues in print, online and broadcast media since 2005. News, articles, features, news photographs published ...

                                               

Daring Tact

Daring Tact is a Japanese Thoroughbred racehorse. After winning her only race as a two-year-old she won the Elfin Stakes on her three-year-old debut and went on to record Grade 1 victories in the Oka Sho and Yushun Himba.

                                               

Justice Cook

Justice Cook or Cooke may refer to: William Wilcox Cooke, an Associate Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court Eugene A. Cook, an Associate Justice of the Texas Supreme Court Walter Cooke Rhode Island, an Associate Justice of the Rhode Island Supr ...

                                               

St. James Catholic Church

St. James Catholic Church, or variations including and Cemetery or other, may refer to: in the United States by state then city: St. James Catholic Church Savannah, Georgia Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater, Vancouver, Washington; known as ...

                                               

How To: Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems

How To: Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems is a book by Randall Munroe in which the author provides absurd suggestions based in scientific fact on ways to solve some common and some absurd problems. The book contains a range ...

                                               

Change (disambiguation)

Change is a Chinese moon goddess. Change may also refer to: Change 6, a lunar mission expected to launch before 2025 Change 1, the first CLEP lunar orbiter, launched on 24 October 2007 Change program, Chinas Chinese Lunar Exploration Program CLEP ...

                                               

Taranis (disambiguation)

Taranis is the Celtic god of thunder. Taranis may also refer to: Taranis Books, an imprint of the Scottish West Coast Magazine BAE Systems Taranis, a British unmanned aerial vehicle Taranis gastropod, a genus of sea snail TARANIS, a scheduled mis ...

                                               

Comet HLLV

The Comet HLLV was a proposed super heavy-lift launch vehicle designed for NASAs First Lunar Outpost program, which was in the design phase from 1992-1993 under the Space Exploration Initiative. It was a Saturn V-derived launch vehicle with moder ...

                                               

GO Searcher

GO Searcher is a SpaceX Dragon recovery vessel. It is one of the offshore supply ships operated by Guice Offshore. The other identical ship is GO Navigator.

                                               

Joel (The Last of Us)

Joel is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the video game The Last of Us and its followups. Originally from Texas, Joel was a single father in his late twenties when the initial Cordyceps outbreak occurred. Fleeing with his brother ...

                                               

Grodzisko

In Polish, grodzisko means a mound or ring of earth remaining on the site of a former gord, or fortified settlement. Grodzisko may also refer to any of the following places: Grodzisko, Leczyca County in Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Grodzisko, ...

                                               

Wladyslawow

Wladyslawow may refer to: Wladyslawow, Parczew County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Wladyslawow, Lukow County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Wladyslawow, Tomaszow Mazowiecki County in Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Wladyslawow, Biala Podl ...

                                               

Lubyanka

Lubyanka or Lubianka may refer to: Lubyanka Building, former KGB headquarters and prison at Lubyanka Square, Moscow Lubyanka Metro, a metro station in Moscow Bolshaya Lubyanka Street, Moscow Lubyanka Square, Moscow Places in Poland called Lubiank ...

                                               

Vysoka

Vysoka Svitavy District, a village Vysoka Melnik District, a village Vysoka Vsetinske vrchy, a peak in the Vsetinske vrchy mountains Vysoka Havlickuv Brod District, a village Vysoka Bruntal District, a village

                                               

Trnavka

Trnavka is name of several locations in Central Europe: Czech Republic Trnavka Novy Jicin District, a village in Novy Jicin District Mestecko Trnavka, a village in Svitavy District Trnavka Pardubice District, a village in Pardubice District Slova ...

                                               

Lesna

Lesna Pelheimov District, a village in Pelheimov District Lesna Tachov District, a village in Tachov District Lesna Znojmo District, a village in Znojmo District Lesna Teebic District, a village in Teebic District

                                               

Poruba

Poruba may refer to: Czech Republic Poruba Orlova, a village, now administratively a part of the town of Orlova Poruba Ostrava, a district of the city of Ostrava Slovakia Sarisska Poruba, a village in Presov District Poruba pod Vihorlatom, a vill ...

                                               

Martin Elementary School

Martin Elementary School may refer to: Martin Elementary School, a school in the Consolidated School District 158 in Lake in the Hills, Illinois Martin Elementary School Green Bay, Wisconsin, a school in Green Bay, Wisconsin Martin Elementary Sch ...

                                               

Petrovce

Petrovce may refer to several villages in Slovakia: Petrovce Vranov nad Toplou District - a municipality in the Vranov nad Toplou District of eastern Slovakia Petrovce Sobrance District - a municipality in the Sobrance District of eastern Slovaki ...

                                               

Banka

Banka or Bangka Island, an island between Sumatra and Singapore, see Bang-kah khu, former name of Wanhua District in Taipei, Taiwan Banka, Bihar, a town and municipality in India Banka Junction railway station Banka, Uttar Pradesh, a village in U ...

                                               

Travanca

Travanca may refer to the following places in Portugal: Travanca Vinhais, a civil parish in the municipality of Vinhais Travanca de Tavares, a civil parish in the municipality of Mangualde Travanca Santa Maria da Feira, a civil parish in the muni ...

                                               

Vila Verde (disambiguation)

Vila Verde is a town and a municipality in northern Portugal. It may also refer to the following places in Portugal: Vila Verde Alijo, a civil parish in the municipality of Alijo Vila Verde Figueira da Foz, a civil parish in the municipality of F ...

                                               

São Julião

São Julião de Montenegro, a civil parish in the municipality of Chaves São Julião Gouveia, a civil parish in the municipality of Gouveia São Julião Valença, a civil parish in the municipality of Valença São Julião Setubal, a civil parish in the m ...

                                               

Soutelo

Soutelo may refer to the following places in Portugal: Soutelo Mourisco, a civil parish in the municipality of Macedo de Cavaleiros Soutelo de Aguiar, a civil parish in the municipality of Vila Pouca de Aguiar Soutelo do Douro, a civil parish in ...

                                               

Esperança

Esperança, Ceara, Ceara, Brazil Esperança, Paraiba, Paraiba, Brazil Esperança Arronches, a parish in the municipality of Arronches, Portugal Esperança Povoa de Lanhoso, a parish in the municipality of Povoa de Lanhoso, Portugal

                                               

Santo Antonio

Riacho de Santo Antonio, Paraiba Santo Antonio do Monte, Minas Gerais Santo Antonio de Jesus, Bahia Santo Antonio do Jacinto, Minas Gerais Santo Antonio da Patrulha, Rio Grande do Sul Santo Antonio das Missões, Rio Grande do Sul Novo Santo Antoni ...

                                               

Aparecida (disambiguation)

Aparecida may refer to: Aparecida, a municipality in São Paulo, Brazil Places Aparecida do Taboado, a municipality in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil Aparecida, Paraiba, a municipality in Paraiba, Brazil Conceição da Aparecida, a municipality in Minas ...

                                               

Saarlandlied

"Das Saarlandlied "English: The Saarland Tune" was the national anthem of the Saar Protecterate from 1947-1956.

                                               

Albert Baldauf

Albert Baldauf was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Ill

Ill or ill may refer to: Interlibrary loan Koji Nakamura recording under the name iLL, a Japanese musician Illness, a generally-used synonym for disease Ill Saarland, a river of Saarland, Germany, tributary of the Theel Ill Vorarlberg, a river in ...

                                               

Seehausen

Seehausen may refer to: Seehausen Verbandsgemeinde, a collective municipality in Stendal, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Seehausen, Borde, part of the Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Borde Wanzleben, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Seehausen, Altmark, a town and a Verwal ...

                                               

Sulze

Sulze may refer to: Bad Sulze, a town in the Vorpommern-Rugen district, in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany Sulze Bergen, a part of Bergen on the Luneburg Heath in Germany GroSe Sulze, a river of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, tributary of the Sch ...

                                               

Hermsdorf

Hermsdorf may refer to the following places: Hermsdorf, Saxony-Anhalt, in the Borde district, Saxony-Anhalt Hermsdorf, Saxony, in the WeiSeritzkreis district, Saxony in Germany Hermsdorf, Thuringia, in the Saale-Holzland district, Thuringia Herms ...

                                               

Norwood, London

Norwood, London may refer to: South Norwood Lake and Grounds South Norwood Library Norwood Junction railway station, National Rail station in South Norwood of the London Borough of Croydon, south London South Norwood Leisure Centre South Norwood ...

                                               

Elsa (river)

The Elsa is a river in the Italian region of Tuscany. It flows northward to empty into the left bank of the Arno. From its source at Molli, Sovicelle, the flow of the river is low until its reaches its major tributaries at Vene di Onci and Caldan ...

                                               

Peter Zauner (composer)

Peter Zauner was an Austrian farmer, Kapellmeister, composer, church musician and music teacher. In his Austrian homeland he is primarily remembered as the composer of the anthem of the Burgenland state.

                                               

Heikant

Heikant, Berg en Dal, a former hamlet in Gelderland Heikant, Zeeland, a village in Zeeland Heikant, Mook en Middelaar, a hamlet in Limburg

                                               

Briga

Briga can refer to: Briga, Kostel, a small settlement in the Municipality of Kostel in Slovenia BRIGA, a Galician independentist political organization Briga Alta, an Italian comune in the Province of Cuneo Briga Novarese, an Italian community in ...

                                               

Lycee Jean-Moulin

Lycee Jean-Moulin may refer to: Lycee Jean-Moulin Pezenas in Pezenas Herault, Languedoc-Roussillon ; academie de Montpellier. Lycee Jean-Moulin Angers Lycee Jean-Moulin Blanc-Mesnil in Blanc-Mesnil Seine-Saint-Denis, Ile-de-France ; academie de C ...

                                               

Valere Bernard

Valere Bernard was a Provençal painter, engraver, novelist and poet, writing in the Occitan language. He left an important body of graphic work, and his works continued to be published after his death.

                                               

Antonio Natali (politician)

Born in Voghera, he joined the PSI in 1945 and became political advisor to Guido Mazzali in the 1950s, citizen secretary of the PSIs Provincial Federation in 1964, provincial counsellor, regional counsellor in Lombardy and vice-president of the f ...

                                               

Podlaska Opera and Orchestra

Podlaska Opera and Orchestra in Bialystok is a cultural institution in Bialystok, capital of Podlaskie Voivodeship. It is the largest artistic institution in north-eastern Poland and the most modern cultural center in this part of Europe.

                                               

Poreba (disambiguation)

Poreba is a town in Silesian Voivodeship, south Poland. Poreba may also refer to: Poreba, Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Poreba, Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Poreba, Pomeranian Voivodeship north Poland Poreba, Pszczyna ...

                                               

Maximator (intelligence alliance)

Maximator is an alliance between the secret services of Denmark, Germany, France, the Netherlands, and Sweden, comparable to the Five Eyes. It was founded in 1976 on the initiative of the Danish secret service and has operated largely undetected ...

                                               

Fonti (disambiguation)

Fonti may refer to: Pejo Fonti, a comune municipality in the region of Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy Fonti Flora Plantation, a historic plantation house located near Monticello, Fairfield County, South Carolina Fonti, a settlement of Bognanco, a com ...

                                               

Manastir (disambiguation)

Manastir, Haskovo Province, Bulgaria Manastir Prilep, a village near Prilep, Republic of Macedonia Beli Manastir, a town and municipality in eastern Croatia

                                               

Studena

Studena may refer to: Studena, a village in Cornereva Commune, Caras-Severin County, Romania Studena planina, a mountain in Serbia Studena, Croatia, a village near Klana, Croatia Studena, Slovakia, a village near Rimavska Sobota, Slovakia Studena ...

                                               

Kaleva

Kaleva or Kalevi may refer to: Kaleva wasp, a wasp genus in the subfamily Pteromalinae CWT Kaleva Travel, a travel management company based in Finland Kaleva Tampere, a portion of the city of Tampere, Finland Kaleva Church Kalevi mythology, the g ...