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Siege of Venlo

Siege of Venlo may refer to: Siege of Venlo 1701 Siege of Venlo 1373 Siege of Venlo 1606 Siege of Venlo 1646 Venlo Treason Siege of Venlo 1473 Siege of Venlo 1793 Siege of Venlo 1478 Siege of Venlo 1480 Siege of Venlo 1511 Siege of Venlo 1593 Sie ...

                                               

Anthony of Weert

Saint Anthony of Weert was a Franciscan friar and priest who was martyred during the Dutch Revolt. Eighteen other men were martyed alongside him; they are known as the Martyrs of Gorkum. The Martyrs of Gorkum were all beatified in 1675 and then c ...

                                               

BSW (disambiguation)

BSW may refer to: Bachelor of Social Work, an academic qualification at some institutions Byelorussian Steel Works Batesville Southwestern Railroad BrettspielWelt, an online boardgame portal British School of Washington, a DC area private school ...

                                               

Cornelis Adrianus Pekelharing

Cornelis Adrianus Pekelharing was a Dutch physiologist who worked extensively on problems relating to nutrition and human metabolism. Pekelharing was born in Zaandam, the sixth child of physician Cornelis and his wife Johanna van Ree. His early s ...

                                               

Vitters Shipyard

The shipyard was established by Jan Vitters in 1990 to build as a builder for megayacht hulls. Soon after Louis Hamming joined Vitters, they began building sailing yachts. Which resulted in the first yacht being deliverd in 1993, Aphrodite I. In ...

                                               

Sutphin Boulevard

Sutphin Boulevard is a street in Queens, New York City. It comes from the Dutch name Sutphin, which is derived from the Dutch city of Zutphen. Several New York City Subway stations are named for it: Sutphin Boulevard – Archer Avenue – JFK Airport ...

                                               

Arohaki Lagoon

Arohaki Lagoon is a small ephemeral lagoon located in the Whakatāne District of the North Island, New Zealand. It is within the Whirinaki Te Pua-a-Tāne Conservation Park, south and can be accessed via a 6-kilometre walking track.

                                               

Sugar Loaf Island (California)

Sugar Loaf Island, also known as Sugar Loaf, Cape Rock, Sugar Loaf Island, Sugar Loaf Rock, and Sugarloaf Rock Island is an island offshore Cape Mendocino in Humboldt County, California. It is the westernmost island in California It is part of So ...

                                               

The Kench, Hayling Island

The Kench, Hayling Island is a 6-hectare Local Nature Reserve on Hayling Island in Hampshire. It is owned by Hampshire County Council and managed by Hampshire Countryside Service. It is part of Chichester and Langstone Harbours Ramsar site and Sp ...

                                               

Statue of Pania

The Statue of Pania is located on Marine Parade in Napier, New Zealand, and honours the life of Pania, a figure of Māori mythology. The statue was commissioned by members of the Thirty Thousand Club after the Anglican Bishop of Aotearoa, Frederic ...

                                               

Plymouth Congregational Church

Plymouth Congregational Church may refer to: Plymouth Congregational Church Miami, Florida, listed on the NRHP in Miami, Florida New Plymouth Congregational Church New Plymouth, Idaho, listed on the NRHP in Payette County, Idaho Plymouth Congregs ...

                                               

Whangārei Falls

Whangārei Falls is located just on the outskirts of Whangarei on Boundary Road in the suburb of Tikipunga, a popular place for both locals and tourists to visit, go for walks along the edge of the Hatea River, or to have a picnic on the lawns and ...

                                               

Carkeek Observatory

The Carkeek Observatory is the earliest surviving astronomical observatory in New Zealand. It was built around 1867 by retired customs officer and amateur astronomer Stephen Carkeek on his farm south of Featherston in the Wairarapa. The timber bu ...

                                               

William Feilding

William Feilding may refer to: William Feilding, 11th Earl of Denbigh 1943–1995, Earl of Denbigh William Feilding, 7th Earl of Denbigh 1796–1865, son of William Robert Feilding, Viscount Feilding William Feilding, 1st Earl of Denbigh c. 1587–1643 ...

                                               

Maruakoa

Maruakoa is a small farming settlement in Waitaki District, New Zealand. It is located close to the banks of the Kakanui River just south of its emergence form the Kakanui Gorge. It is 18 kilometres northwest of Oamaru and 4 kilometres southwest ...

                                               

Trevor Howse

Howse grew in a public works camp before moving with his family to Tuahiwi near Christchurch for tuberculosis treatment for his mother; due to her incapacity, he was largely responsible for his siblings. He attended Rangiora High School where he ...

                                               

Hallett

Hallett, South Australia in Australia Hallett, Missouri Hallett, Oklahoma in the United States of America It is also part of the name of: Hallett Motor Racing Circuit, a road-racing course near Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA Halletts Bay, on the eastern sh ...

                                               

Statue of Wairaka

The Statue of Wairaka is located at Whakatāne Heads in Whakatāne, New Zealand. Wairaka was the daughter of Toroa, the captain and navigator of the Mātaatua waka canoe which travelled from Hawaiki to present-day New Zealand. When the Mātaatua firs ...

                                               

Okwilague Shamac Ibrahim

Okwilague Shamac Ibrahim, popularly known as Greatiby, was born on September 23, 1987, and is from Jattu-Uzairue, Etsako-west Local Government Area, Edo State. He attended ABC Primary and Secondary School, Auchi, Edo State, also attended Greater ...

                                               

Ministry of Justice (Kaduna State)

Ministry of Justice is the state government ministry of Kaduna State, it is concerned with judicial and prosecutorial activities within the state. The Ministry of Justice control the courts system and the prosecuting offices. Aisha Dikko is the A ...

                                               

Ibrahim Zailani

Yusuf Ibrahim Zailani is a Nigerian politician who is currently serving as Speaker of Kaduna State House of Assembly. Zailani, a member of the ruling All Progressives Congress representing Igabi State Constituency in the Kaduna State assembly was ...

                                               

Bala Achi

Bala Achi was born into the family of Achi Kanan and Zuciya Achi on the 2nd of December, 1956. He was the third child of the family. He beɡan his educational career at LEA Primary School, Zonzon, Zanɡon Kataf where he held the position of Headboy ...

                                               

Mohammed Tahir Monguno

Mohammed Tahir Monguno is a Nigerian lawyer and member of the Federal House of Representatives, representing Marte-Monguno-Nganzai Federal Constituency of Borno State, Nigeria. He is currently the majority chief Whip of the 9th House of Represent ...

                                               

Charles Abani

Charles Abani is a Nigerian-British Diplomat, International Development Professional and the United Nations Resident Coordinator in Ghana. Previously, he was Director for West, Central Africa and Haiti at Chemonics International and has previousl ...

                                               

Anambra North Senatorial District

Anambra North Senatorial District in Anambra State covers seven local government areas which include Onitsha North, Onitsha South, Oyi, Ogbaru, Anambra East, Anambra West and Ayamelum. There are 1.392 Polling Units and 99 Registration Areas. Onit ...

                                               

Maria Zukogi

Maria Sanda Zukogi is a Nigerian judge who was the fifth Chief Judge of Niger State and the second female to hold the office since its creation in 1976. Her appointment as substantive chief Judge of Niger State by Governor Abubakar Sani Bello was ...

                                               

Abdullahi Wuse

Abdullahi Bawa Wuse is a Nigerian legal practitioner and politician who was elected Speaker of the Niger State House of Assembly in 2019. He was elected to the state assembly for the first term in March 2019 on the platform of All Progressives Co ...

                                               

Abok Ayuba

Abok Ayuba is a Nigerian politician who was elected speaker of the 9th Plateau State House of Assembly in 2019. Ayuba was a first-time member of the Assembly elected from Jos East Constituency on the platform of All Progressives Congress in 2019. ...

                                               

Round Barn

A Round barn is a historic type of barn. Round Barn may also refer to: Round Barn, Pilot Grove Township, Sennett, Iowa, NRHP-listed Round Barn, Millville Township, Millville, Iowa, NRHP-listed Round Barn Lima, Ohio, NRHP-listed Round Barn, Washin ...

                                               

Bråten

Bråten is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Ingebjorg Saglien Bråten born 1999, Norwegian ski jumper Oystein Bråten born 1995, Norwegian freestyle skier Elsa Rastad Bråten 1918–1999, Norwegian politician Stein Bråten born 1934, ...

                                               

Gustav Kappfjell

Gustav Matheus Kappfjell, also known by the Southern Sami form of his name, Gaebpien Gåsta, was a Southern Sami reindeer herder, hunter, farmer, poet, and joiker from Maajehjaevrie in Grane, Norway.

                                               

Hamar arch-deanery

The restoration of Hamar diocese, previously called Hamar stiftprosti, was initiated with the Royal Resolution dated February 27, 1864 effective October 1, 1864 when Hedemarken deanery was divided. Hamar diocese then consisted of Vang prestegjeld ...

                                               

Sukhur

Sukhur may refer to: Sukhur-e Ali Mohammad-e Gol Mohammadi Sukhur-e Morovvati Sukhur-e Rashid-e Sofla Sukhur-e Karmi Sukhur-e Hajji Morad Sukhur-e Khush Aqbal Sukhur-e Namdar-e Mirzapur Sukhur-e Shahbaz-e Shiri Sukhur-e Kohzad Sukhur-e Shahbaz-e ...

                                               

Muhammad Iqbal Memon

Muhammad Iqbal Memon is a Pakistani Civil Servant who serves in BPS-21 Grade as the Additional Chief Secretary Services, Government of Sindh, in office since April 2020. Memon belongs to the Pakistan Administrative Service formerly know as Distri ...

                                               

Tawachiche

These place names containing the name "Tawachiche" means places or rivers, all located in the municipality of Lac-aux-Sables in Mauricie, in the province of Quebec, in Canada: Chemin Tawachiche west, starting at the visitor center of the Zec Tawa ...

                                               

Where There is Love

Where There is Love is a 2019 Burmese drama television series. It aired on MRTV-4, on Monday to Friday at 19:00 for 20 episodes.

                                               

Kya Naw A Mone Sone Kya Naw

Kya Naw A Mone Sone Kya Naw is a 2020 Burmese drama television series. It is based on the popular novel "Kya Naw A Mone Sone Kya Naw" written by Le Dwin Thar Saw Chit. It aired on MRTV-4 at 20:45 for 26 episodes.

                                               

The Seven Banknotes

The Seven Banknotes is a 2019 Burmese thriller television series. It aired on MRTV-4, on Monday to Friday at 19:00 for 20 episodes.

                                               

Cavite Provincial Board

The Cavite Provincial Board is the Sangguniang Panlalawigan provincial legislature of the Philippine province of Cavite. The members are elected via plurality-at-large voting: the province is divided into eight districts, two representatives in e ...

                                               

Dasmariñas (disambiguation)

Dasmarinas Estates, Alberta, a community in Strathcona County, Alberta Dasmariñas Bagong Bayan, a resettlement area located in Dasmariñas, Philippines De La Salle University-Dasmariñas, in Dasmariñas, Philippines Legislative district of Dasmariña ...

                                               

Careless (record label)

Careless, formerly known as Careless Music Manila, is a record label in the Philippines started by singer and actor James Reid with his best friend and former Pinoy Big Brother housemate, Bret Jackson. The label was founded in 2017, with Reids Pa ...

                                               

Nowa Wioska

Nowa Wioska may refer to the following places in Poland: Nowa Wioska, Krosno Odrzanskie County in Lubusz Voivodeship west Poland Nowa Wioska, Pomeranian Voivodeship north Poland Nowa Wioska, Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Nowa Wio ...

                                               

Sarnow

Sarnow may refer to the following places: Sarnow, Gliwice County in Silesian Voivodeship south Poland Sarnow, Poddebice County in Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Sarnow, Kozienice County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Sarnow, Bedzin ...

                                               

Psary

Psary may refer to: Psary, Lubliniec County in Silesian Voivodeship south Poland Psary, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship north-central Poland Psary, Plock County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Psary, Poddebice County in Lodz Voivodesh ...

                                               

Aleksandrow

Aleksandrow, Rawa County Aleksandrow, Gmina Strzelce Aleksandrow, Tomaszow Mazowiecki County Aleksandrow, Gmina Zychlin Aleksandrow, Radomsko County Aleksandrow, Piotrkow County Aleksandrow, Belchatow County

                                               

Ignacow

Ignacow may refer to the following places in Poland: In Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Ignacow, Radomsko County Ignacow, Pajeczno County Ignacow, Belchatow County Ignacow, Brzeziny County Ignacow, Piotrkow County In Masovian Voivodeship east-cen ...

                                               

Andrzejow

Andrzejow may refer to the following places: Andrzejow, Zdunska Wola County in Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Andrzejow, Wlodawa County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Andrzejow, Wieruszow County in Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Andrzejow, S ...

                                               

Sosnowka

Sosnowka, Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship south-central Poland Sosnowka, Lubusz Voivodeship west Poland Sosnowka, Olesnica County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship south-west Poland Sosnowka, Ryki County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Sosnowka, West Po ...

                                               

Witoldow

Witoldow may refer to the following places: Witoldow, Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Witoldow, Radom County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Witoldow, Chelm County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Witoldow, Lask County ...

                                               

Lipinki

Lipinki may refer to: Lipinki, Kozienice County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Lipinki, West Pomeranian Voivodeship north-west Poland Lipinki, Swiecie County in Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship north-central Poland Lipinki, Wolomin Co ...