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Hyginus (disambiguation)

Hyginus can refer to: People: Gaius Julius Hyginus c. 64 BC – 17 AD, Roman poet, author of Fabulae, reputed author of Poeticon astronomicon Hyginus Gromaticus, Roman surveyor Pseudo-Hyginus, author of De Munitionibus Castrorum formerly attributed ...

                                               

Ben Schlanger

Benjamin Schlanger was a theater architect. Some of the theaters he designed include: the Jewel Theater at 711 Kings Highway, Brooklyn, City Cinemas I-II, Patriot Theatres in Williamsburg, Grade Arts Center, the Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theater, at S ...

                                               

Grigorije Racanin

Grigorije Racanin was a Serbian monk and writer. He is best remembered for his travelogue on rafting in the Balkans in 1739.He was a contemporary of Gavrilo Stefanovic Venclovic, also a member of the Raca monastery and its literary School of Raca ...

                                               

Lieselotte Berger

Lieselotte Berger was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Dietrich Bahner

Dietrich Bahner was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Chandramouleesvarar Temple, Thazhamangai

This temple is situated at Thazhamangai, at distance 13 kms from Thanjavur in Thanjavur-Kumbakonam main road. This is the one of the seven sacred places of the Chakkarappalli Saptastana, worshipped by Indrani.

                                               

Ardrossan Castle Foot-Ball Club

Its first match was played on 17 September 1870. The Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald of the same date stating: This game is rather exciting and amusing both for players and spectators, not to speak of the novelty of the game in this district we ha ...

                                               

Harefield Entertainment

The Harefield Entertainment included hospitality and performances for Elizabeth I of England in August 1602. Sir Thomas Egerton, the Lord Keeper, bought Harefield Place, now in the London Borough of Hillingdon, from Sir Edmund Anderson in 1601. T ...

                                               

Podlaskie Museum in Bialystok

Podlaskie Museum in Bialystok is a museum which is based in Bialystok the capital of Podlaskie Voivodeship in north-eastern Poland with affiliates in Bielsk-Podlaski.

                                               

Anthony Cassar

Anthony Cassar is an American freestyle wrestler and graduated folkstyle wrestler. He is a one-time NCAA Division I champion and a one-time Big Ten Conference champion out of Penn State University and a one-time NJSIAA title holder as a high scho ...

                                               

Lekhapaddhati

The Lekhapaddhati also known as Lekhapañcāsikā is a collection of Sanskrit documents written between the 8th and 15th centuries during the Chaulukya rule in Gujarat, India.

                                               

Roses and Castles

Roses and Castles is the name given to the style of art used to decorate narrowboats and their fittings. As well as depicting roses and/or castles, the designs often include other flowers and landscapes.

                                               

Bay State

Bay State may refer to: Bay State Conference, a high school athletic conference in Massachusetts Bay State musical instrument brand, a brand of musical instrument made in the 19th century by John C. Haynes & Co. Bay State TV series, the Boston Un ...

                                               

Dan Currie (footballer)

Daniel Currie was a Scottish footballer who played as an inside right, primarily for Clyde, winning the Scottish Cup with the club in 1957–58, plus the Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup a month later, followed by the Glasgow Cup five months after tha ...

                                               

Hello Ga-Young

Baek Ga-young, better known by her stage name Hello Ga-Young, is a South Korean singer-songwriter. Before beginning her solo project, she was a member of Joa Band, a Korean indie band, from 2009 to 2013. She debuted as a singer-songwriter in Dece ...

                                               

Queer Chennai Chronicles

Queer Chennai Chronicles, also known as QCC is an Indian LGBT literary organization that aims to promote lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer literature through programs that encourage development of aspiring writers and through annual Q ...

                                               

Songzhu Temple

Songzhu Temple is a folk religion temple located in Beitun District, Taichung, Taiwan. Built in 1833, the temple is dedicated to a specific Guanyin statue known as "Waterflow Guanyin".

                                               

Robert Miles (judge)

Miles was raised in London and studied Philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford University before obtaining a Diploma in Law at City University and returning to Oxford University to take a post-graduate degree as a Bachelor of Civil Law.

                                               

Kaash Paige

Dkyla Paige Woolen, known professionally as Kaash Paige, is an American singer-songwriter from Dallas, Texas. She is signed to Def Jam and managed by Tory Lanezs One Umbrella label. She released the EP Parked Car Convos on November 15, 2019.

                                               

Dull, Texas

Brothers James and Andrew Dull owned a large ranch in La Salle County in the late 1800s. Tracts of the ranch were sold when it closed in 1901, and the community of Dull - named after the ranch - was established in 1912 on one of those tracts. The ...

                                               

Liftback

A liftback is a subtype of hatchback in which the rear cargo door, or hatch, is more horizontally angled than on an average hatchback. As a result, the hatch is lifted more upwards than backwards to open, hence the name.

                                               

Pui de lei

Pui de lei is a Romanian patriotic poem. It was written by Ioan S. Nenițescu, author of many other patriotic poems, with Pui de lei being one of his most famous ones. It was published by him in 1891 in his work Pui de lei. Poesii eroice și națion ...

                                               

John Olson

John Olson may refer to: John E. Olson 1917–2012, retired U.S. Army colonel Johnny Olson 1910–1985, American radio and television announcer John Olson forger, American who pled guilty to forging thousands of Muhammad Ali and other autographs John ...

                                               

Parkes Catalogue of Radio Sources

The Parkes Catalogue of Radio Sources, also known as the Parkes Southern Radio Source Catalog, consists of 8264 astronomical radio sources, mostly south of declination +27. The catalogue was mostly compiled by John Bolton and his colleagues for 2 ...

                                               

Stephanie Dinkins

Stephanie Dinkins is a transdisciplinary American artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She is known for creating art about artificial intelligence as it intersects race, gender, and history. Her aim is to "create a unique culturally attuned AI ent ...

                                               

Congo at the 2003 All-Africa Games

The Republic of the Congo competed in the 2003 All-Africa Games held at the National Stadium in the city of Abuja, Nigeria. This was the eighth time that the country had competed in the Games since the Congo itself hosted the first in 1965. The c ...

                                               

Lesotho at the 2003 All-Africa Games

Lesotho competed in the 2003 All-Africa Games held at the National Stadium in the city of Abuja, Nigeria The country sent a substantial team which entered a range of events including athletics and tennis. The team returned with six medals, all in ...

                                               

2020 Asian Womens Club League Handball Championship

The 2020 Asian Womens Club League Handball Championship will be 5th edition of the championship to be held at Almaty, Kazakhstan under the aegis of Asian Handball Federation. It will be fourth time in history that the championship will be organis ...

                                               

Pietro Benedetti

Pietro Benedetti, MSC was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who was a leader of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart and also worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See in Mexico, Cuba, and Puerto Rico for several years.

                                               

Sima Markovic (voivode)

Sima Markovic was a Serbian voivode who led his men in the First Serbian Uprising. He was one of four leaders of the Belgrade Nahiya along with Pavle Popovic, Nikola Nikolajevic, and Milisav Čamdzija.

                                               

Leifur James

Leifur James is a London-based experimental producer, composer and vocalist known for his esoteric avant-garde style. In 2018, his critically acclaimed debut album A Louder Silence was released on Night Time Stories, which was followed by a secon ...

                                               

June 2020 Pennsylvania–New Jersey derecho

The June 2020 Pennsylvania–New Jersey derecho took place in the mid-Atlantic on June 3, 2020, between mid-morning and mid-day. It mainly affected southeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. It resulted in four fatalities and about 575.000 ...

                                               

1901 South Bend Athletic Association football team

The 1901 South Bend Athletic Association football team was an American football team that represented the South Bend Athletic Association in the 1901 football season. Under legendary player coach Pat ODea, who also coached the Notre Dame football ...

                                               

The Grand Canal facing Santa Croce

The Grand Canal facing Santa Croce is an oil on canvas painting, now in the National Gallery in London. It is named after the church of Santa Croce in the right-hand foreground. Several boats are shown on the Grand Canal, including a burchiello, ...

                                               

Amer Jamil

Shaykh Amer Jamil is an Islamic religious scholar and co-founder of the Solas Foundation and iSyllabus programme, the latter of which he is currently the Project Director. He holds a law degree from the University of Strathclyde and BA in Islamic ...

                                               

Cetreliopsis

The genus was circumscribed by Ming-Jou Lai in 1980, with Cetreliopsis rhytidocarpa as the type species. In 2017, Divakar and colleagues used a recently developed "temporal phylogenetic" approach to identify temporal bands for specific taxonomic ...

                                               

Sudhir Ranjan Jain

Sudhir Ranjan Jain is an Indian theoretical physicist at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai, known for his contributions in complex quantum systems and Nonlinear dynamics. He is a scientist at the nuclear physics division of Bhabha Atomic Rese ...

                                               

Jan Zeeman

Zeeman opened his first textile store in Alphen aan den Rijn in 1967. He worked with the formula of good textile for a low price; focusing on basic clothes. It turned out to be a successful formula. He sold 3.5 million underpants every year. He c ...

                                               

Chryssostomos Chatgilialoglu

Chryssostomos Chatgilialoglu, is a Greek-Italian chemist and his work has mainly focused on free radical reactions. His parents Christos and Penelope were ethnic Greeks from Asia Minor and he was born in 1952 in Nikaia Greece where he grew up and ...

                                               

TRS-80 (disambiguation)

TRS-80 is the name of Tandy Corporations original 1977 microcomputer system. The TRS-80 brand was also later applied to many different computers sold by Tandy, including several unrelated in design to the Model I.

                                               

Parmotrema zicoi

It was originally described from collections made in Serra do Caraça, Brazil, where it was found growing at an elevation of 1.330 m 4.360 ft. The specific epithet zicoi honours the priest Tobias Zico, who, as a former administrator for the Parque ...

                                               

Balthasar van Meurs

Balthasar van Meurs or Balthazar van Meurs was a Flemish painter and draughtsman. He was a member of a family of printers and publishers which was connected to the Moretus family, which operated the Plantin Press in Antwerp. He was principally a ...

                                               

Sidi Belhassen Chedly Mausoleum

The mausoleum is built on the place of spiritual retreats and teaching of one of the most revered Sufi saints in the Maghreb, Abu Hassan al-Shadhili. It has been rebuilt more than a dozen times since his death in Egypt in 1258. The mausoleum cons ...

                                               

Jean Samuel Guisan

Jean Samuel Guisan was a Swiss engineer and civil servant known for his poldering work in the marshes near Kaw in French Guiana.

                                               

French fluyt Fortune (1758)

In the 1760s, Fortune was in service between France and America, sailing from Rochefort, Bordeaux and Brest, bound for Louisiane, Saint-Domingue and Cayenne. On 20 August 1771, Berryer arrived at the island, under Lieutenant Kerguelen, tasked wit ...

                                               

Jacques de Grenier

Jacques Raymond de Grenier du Giron, was a French navy officer. He is best known or discovering and exploring a new route between Ile de France and French India. He was admitted as a member of the Academie de Marine in 1769.

                                               

Frank Wallace

Frank Wallace may refer to: G. Frank Wallace 1887–1964, New York state senator Frank Wallace piper, Irish musician, fl. late 1800s Frank Wallace gangster before 1910–1931, Irish-American gangster from South Boston Frank Wallace, stage name for Fr ...

                                               

Alternanthera nodiflora

Alternanthera nodiflora is a species of flowering plant in the family Amaranthaceae. It is endemic to Australia, growing in all mainland states It is naturalised in Tasmania, over much of Africa, in Japan, and in Myanmar.

                                               

Fort Toronto

Fort Toronto was the second of three fortifications the French built in Toronto. Le Magasin Royale was built in 1720 by order of the Governor, Marquis Philippe Rigaud de Vaudreuil, near Baby Point, about 2 kilometres north of the mouth of the Hum ...

                                               

British Tar (1814 ship)

British Tar was launched at Whitby in 1814. She became a Liverpool-based merchantman, trading across the Atlantic with North America until she was wrecked in August 1840.