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Rembert van Delden

Rembert van Delden was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Hermann Diebacker

Hermann Diebacker was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Chelonoidis vicina

Chelonoidis vicina, commonly known as the Cerro Azul giant tortoise, Iguana Cove tortoise or the Isabela Island giant tortoise, is a species of Galapagos tortoise endemic to Isabela Island in the Galapagos.

                                               

Apartment (novel)

Apartment is a 2020 novel by American author Teddy Wayne. Apartment is Waynes 4th book. The story is set in 1996, and follows the relationship of two young men living in an apartment together while enrolled in Columbia Universitys M.F.A. writing ...

                                               

Dawud Shittu Noibi

Dawud Shittu Noibi in Sapele, Bendel State. He is a retired Professor of Islamic Studies, University of Ibadan and the immediate past Executive Secretary of the Muslim Ummah of South West Nigeria.He is an Islamic Scholar.

                                               

Deborah Adetuni Egunyomi

Deborah Adetunbi Egunyomi is a professor of Continuing and Non-Formal Education at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. She was the head of Department in Adult Education. She served as a member of the Visitation Panel for the College of Hea ...

                                               

Dani (surname)

Notable people with the surname include: Amit Dani born 1973, Indian cricketer for Mumbai Harsheel Dani born 1996, Indian badminton player Ahmad Hasan Dani, Pakistani archaeologist, historian, and linguist S. G. Dani born 1947, Indian mathematici ...

                                               

Allison Vest

Allison Vest is a Canadian rock climber renowned for her accomplishments in bouldering and lead climbing. She is known for winning the Canadian Bouldering Nationals in 2018 and 2020. She also came first in Canadian Lead Nationals in 2019, and pla ...

                                               

Arthur Trimmer

Arthur Trimmer was one of three brothers who were early settlers in the colony of Western Australia. He was the grandson of Sarah Trimmer, an educational reformer and writer. Arthur’s father was William Kirby Trimmer who married Jane Bayne in 179 ...

                                               

David Warburton (cricketer)

David Warburton was an English first-class cricketer and Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve officer. The son of The Reverend Robert Warburton, he was born at Huddersfield in May 1919. He was educated at Leeds Grammar School, before going up to Bra ...

                                               

Brianna (disambiguation)

Brianna given name, a feminine given name, includes Breana, Breanna, Breanne, Briana, Brianna, Bryanna Brianna Perry, American rapper who also performs under the mononym Brianna.

                                               

Mountain Man

A mountain man was a North American trapper and explorer in the American frontier including: Coureurs des bois Voyageurs Overmountain Men Mountain man or mountain men may also refer to: The Mountain Men, 1980 film Dashrath Manjhi, who carved a pa ...

                                               

Annesa Flentje

Annesa M. Flentje is an American clinical psychologist specializing in reducing health disparities in LGBT community. She is an assistant professor at the UCSF School of Nursing.

                                               

Brigette Boucheron

Brigitte Boucheron is a French feminist and anarchist Lesbian activist. She was a co-founder of the women only Bagdam Cafee in Toulouse which opened in 1988. The cafe closed in 1999 but the name lives on with annual events as a focus for lesbian ...

                                               

Simone Person

Simone Person is a multi-genre author, poet and scholar based in Indiana from Adrian, Michigan. In 2018, Person became the Prose Editor for Honeysuckle Press and was named a Pink Door Writing Retreat Fellow in 2019. Her writing has appeared or is ...

                                               

List of nobles and magnates within the Holy Roman Empire in the 13th century

The Holy Roman Empire was a successor state to Charlemagnes Roman empire along with France and several other realms. The empire was a lot larger than modern day Germany and included the modern day countries Austria, the low countries, large parts ...

                                               

St. Edmunds Church

St Edmunds Church, Rochdale, Greater Manchester St Edmund, King and Martyr, City of London St Edmunds Church, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk St Edmunds Chapel, Dover St Edmund of Canterbury, Whitton, London Catholic St Edmunds Church, Holme Pierrepont, ...

                                               

St Marys Priory

Binham Priory, Norfolk Lancaster Priory, Lancashire St Marys Priory, Coxford, Norfolk Parish and Priory Church of St Mary, Totnes, Devon St Marys Priory Church, Deerhurst, Gloucestershire St. Marys Priory and Cathedral, Coventry, West Midlands Bu ...

                                               

Flixton

Flixton could refer to the following places in England: Flixton Junior School Flixton, Greater Manchester, part of the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford Flixton F.C. Flixton House Flixton railway station Flixton Girls School Flixton ward Flixton P ...

                                               

Blind Orion Searching for the Rising Sun

Blind Orion Searching for the Rising Sun is a mid 17th-century painting by French artist Nicolas Poussin. Done in oil on canvas, the paintings depicts a scene in which the mythological figure Orion - having been blinded - searches for the rising ...

                                               

Magdalene Rudolph

Magdalene Rudolph, also known as Magdalene Kunze was a German art historian and from 1937 until 1945 served as provisional Director of the Angermuseum in the German city of Erfurt.

                                               

Antonio Fatati

Blessed Antonio Fatati was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop who served as the Bishop for Ancona e Umana from 3 November 1463 until his death. Fatati also served as a bishop in both Teramo and Siena; he was an assistant bishop in the latter positi ...

                                               

Gulistan (Sorabji)

"Gulistān" - Nocturne for Piano, commonly known as Gulistan, is a piano piece by Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji written in 1940. Its title refers to Golestan, a collection of poems and stories by 13th-century Persian poet and writer Sadi. The piece l ...

                                               

Amanda Junquera Butler

Amanda Junquera Butler was a Spanish writer. Raised in Madrid, she attended university during the Spanish Civil War at the University of Valencia. Junquera was a noted translator, chronicler, and short story writer in the mid-20th century, whose ...

                                               

1st Officer General Markov Regiment

The 1st Officer General Markov Regiment was the first of the military units of the Volunteer Army, which received the patronage of one of the founders of the White Movement in southern Russia of the General Staff of Lieutenant General Sergey Markov.

                                               

Mael Duin (disambiguation)

Mael Duin is the protagonist of the tale Immram Maele Duin. Mael Duin may also refer to: Mael Duin mac Aedo Allain died 788, king of Ailech Mael Duin mac Aedo Bennan died c.661, king of Munster Mael Duin mac Maele Fithrich died 681, king of Ailec ...

                                               

Abbot House

Abbot House may refer to: In Scotland Abbot House, Dunfermline, a heritage centre in Scotland In the United States by state Abbot-Stinson House, Andover, MA, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts J. T. Abbot House, Andover, MA, listed on the NRHP i ...

                                               

Lord Chamberlain of Denmark

The Lord Chamberlain of Denmark is the highest office of the Royal Household of Denmark, and the most distinguished of the Chamberlains of the Royal Household. The title correspond to the British title Lord Chamberlain of the Household. The title ...

                                               

Hardanger (disambiguation)

Hardanger may be: A mountain plateau in Norway, Hardangervidda Hardanger fiddle, a Norwegian stringed instrument Hardanger cloth, a special kind of evenweave fabric used for Hardanger embroidery and other counted-thread embroidery Hardangerfjord, ...

                                               

Herve Harant

Herve Harant was a French physician parasitologist and zoologist.He was Professeur dhistoire naturelle, de parasitologie et de pathologie exotique à la faculte de medecine de Montpellier.From 1976 he was Directeur du Jardin des plantes de Montpel ...

                                               

Baron Grey

Baron Grey may refer to: Baron Grey, of Howick, a subsidiary title of the Earl Grey, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom Baron Grey de Radcliffe, an extinct title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom Baron Greystock, an abeyant title in the Peer ...

                                               

Richard FitzJohn

Fitz-John was the second son of John Fitzgeoffrey and Isabel Bigod. Richard is known to have married Emma, whose parentage is currently unknown. He succeeded his elder brother John FitzJohn in 1275. Richard took part during King Edward I of Engla ...

                                               

William Sandys

William Sandys may refer to: William Sandys antiquarian 1792–1874, English antiquarian and Christmas carol collector William Sandys waterworks engineer 1607–1669, English MP and waterworks engineer William Sandys, 3rd Baron Sandys died 1623 Willi ...

                                               

William of Auvergne (disambiguation)

William of Auvergne may refer to: William VI of Auvergne 1096–1136 also called William III or VII William IX of Auvergne 1194–1195 not always listed as a count, sometimes William X or XI William of Auvergne, Bishop of Paris 1228–1249 William XII ...

                                               

John Hervey

John Hervey may refer to: John Hervey c.1353-c.1411, MP for Bedfordshire John L. Hervey 1870–1947, American equine historian John Hervey, 1st Earl of Bristol 1665–1751, Member of Parliament MP for Bury St Edmunds John Hervey, 7th Marquess of Bris ...

                                               

Charles James Richardson

Richardson was a pupil of Sir John Soane, from 1824 to 1830; he then became Soanes assistant, holding the position until 1837 and Soanes death. Soanes will envisaged that Richardson would be the assistant curator and librarian of the Soane Museum ...

                                               

Philip Sidney (disambiguation)

Philip Sidney was an English poet, courtier and soldier. Philip Sidney may also refer to: Philip Sidney, 2nd Baron De LIsle and Dudley 1828–1898 Philip Sidney, 3rd Baron De LIsle and Dudley 1853–1922 Philip Sidney, 1st Baron De LIsle and Dudley 1 ...

                                               

George Anson

A George Anson may refer to: George Anson 1731–1789, British MP for Lichfield, nephew of the above George Anson priest 1820–1898, Archdeacon of Manchester George Anson British Army officer, born 1769 1769–1849, British soldier and MP for Lichfiel ...

                                               

John Egerton

John Egerton may refer to: John Egerton, Viscount Alford 1812–1851, British Tory Member of Parliament Sir John Egerton died 1614 1551–1614, English MP for Staffordshire and Lichfield John Egerton, 3rd Earl of Bridgewater 1646–1701 John Egerton bi ...

                                               

Other Windsor

Other Windsor may refer to: Other Windsor, 5th Earl of Plymouth 1751–1799, eldest son of the 4th Earl Other Windsor, 6th Earl of Plymouth 1789–1833, only son of the 5th Earl Other Windsor, 2nd Earl of Plymouth 1679–1725, only child of the above L ...

                                               

Morley House

Morley House may refer to: in Canada Morley House, a modern-style house in Aylmer, Quebec designed by James Strutt in England Saltram House, Plympton, Plymouth, former home to the Earls of Morley Morley House, the building of the Junior School of ...

                                               

John Ashburnham

John Ashburnham may refer to: John Ashburnham, 1st Earl of Ashburnham 1687–1737, his son, British Member of Parliament for Hastings John Ashburnham MP for Winchelsea by 1483–1518/23 John Ashburnham II by 1528–1562/63, MP for Sussex John Ashburnha ...

                                               

Bernard I

Bernard I may refer to: Bernard of Septimania, also known as Bernard I of Toulouse born 795 Bernard I, Duke of Saxony died 1011 Bernard II Tumapaler of Gascony died 1064x1090, sometimes counted as Bernard I Bernard I de Balliol died 1164 Bernardo ...

                                               

Hugh I

Hugh I may refer to: Hugh I of Cyprus 1194/95 –1218 Hugh I, Duke of Burgundy 1057–1093 Hugh I de Audley c. 1250 – c. 1336 Hugh I of Autun c. 975–1039, a.k.a. Hugh of Chalon, ruler & religious leader Hugh I of Champagne c. 1074–1125, a.k.a. Hugh, ...

                                               

Reaction to the verdict in the O J Simpson criminal trial

On Tuesday, October 3, 1995, the verdict in the O. J. Simpson murder case was announced and Simpson was acquitted on both counts of murder. The public reaction to the verdict remains a popular subject because of the racial gap observed in observe ...

                                               

Maurepas

Maurepas may refer to: Jean-Frederic Phelypeaux, Count of Maurepas, French statesman Count of Maurepas Yvelines Lake Maurepas, a lake in Louisiana, United States Fort Maurepas, also known as Old Biloxi, a settlement in Louisiana New France Fort M ...

                                               

Thomas Sturmy

He was the younger son of Geoffrey Sturmy who held land from the king by Serjeanty. This family has its origins from the Norman Baron Richard Stirmud, although they had declined since then in wealth and power.

                                               

Nathalie de Segur

Nathalie de Segur, baronne de Malaret, was a French courtier. She served as lady-in-waiting to the empress of France, Eugenie de Montijo.

                                               

Hypergraph removal lemma

In graph theory, the hypergraph removal lemma states that when a hypergraph contains few copies of a given sub-hypergraph, then all of the copies can be eliminated by removing a small number of hyperedges. It is a generalization of the graph remo ...

                                               

Dunant (submarine communications cable)

Dunant is a private 6.600 kilometre transatlantic communications cable that connects the United States with France. It was announced by Google in 2018 and is due to go live in 2020.