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Endrendrum Punnagai (TV series)

Endrendrum Punnagai is an Indian Tamil-language soap opera aired on Zee Tamil starring Nakshatra Srinivas, Deepak Kumar, Nithin Iyer and Kavitha. It started from 16 March 2020 on Monday to Friday at 3:00 pm. This show is produced by Isai Pictures ...

                                               

Palace Pier (horse)

Palace Pier is a British Thoroughbred racehorse. He won two minor events as a juvenile and a handicap race on his three-year-old debut before emerging as a top-class performer with a victory in the St Jamess Palace Stakes.

                                               

Starship Jubilee

Starship Jubilee is an American Thoroughbred racehorse who was named the 2019 Canadian Horse of the Year after recording three stakes wins that year including the Grade I E.P. Taylor Stakes. She was also named Canadian Champion Female Turf Horse ...

                                               

Production history of the Idaho Shakespeare Festival

Production history of plays performed by the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, as of May 2020. The sections are sorted by venue. The festival has utilized a single venue each season, starting with the plaza outside the One Capital Center, and eventuall ...

                                               

Delina White

Delina White is a contemporary Native American artist specializing in indigenous, gender-fluid clothing for the LGBTQ and Two-Spirit Native communities. She is also an activist for issues such as environmental crisis, violence against women, and ...

                                               

Estoy Soltera

Estoy Soltera is a song by Peruvian singer Leslie Shaw with Mexican singer Thalia and Colombian singer Farina. It was released by Sony Music on June 19, 2020 as the third single from Shaws EP Yo Soy Leslie Shaw.

                                               

Woolf Works

Woolf Works is a contemporary ballet choreographed by Wayne McGregor, composed by Max Richter, and inspired by Virginia Woolfs novels, letters, essays and diaries. The premiere took place, with The Royal Ballet on the 11 May 2015 at the Royal Ope ...

                                               

12th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)

The 12th Missouri Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment that served in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. After mustering into Confederate service on October 22, 1862, as Whites Missouri Infantry, the regiment, as Pon ...

                                               

Guillermo Tovar y de Teresa

Guillermo Tovar de Teresa was a Mexican historian and an art collector, bibliographer, philanthropist, cultural promoter, and scholar. He was a constant defender of the historical and artistic Mexican heritage, mainly from his hometown, of which ...

                                               

James Bouknight

James David Bouknight is an American college basketball player for the UConn Huskies of the Big East Conference. At the high school level, he competed for La Salle Academy and MacDuffie School, where he was a four-star recruit.

                                               

Tachihikari Denemon

Tachihikari Denemon was a sumo wrestler from Mikasa, Hokkaido, Japan. His highest rank was ōzeki. He was a member of the Tomozuna and Takasago stable. After retiring in 1927 he was an elder of the Japan Sumo Association under the name of Naruto.

                                               

William H. Robinson

William Hugh Robinson is an American engineer who is Professor of Electrical Engineering and Vice Provost for Academic at Vanderbilt University. His research considers sophisticated computer systems for consumer and industrial use. He is an advoc ...

                                               

Rob Wynne

Rob Wynne is an American visual artist best known for his use of glass to produce abstract and text wall installations. He lives and works in New York City.

                                               

Dr Bonesetter/sandbox

Early life Stephen Gordon Nash was born in 1822, in New Hampton, New Hampshire. where he graduated from New Hampton School at age 16 Education He entered Dartmouth College in 1838 and graduated in 1842. While attending Dartmouth, he founded the K ...

                                               

Paula Laddey

Laddey was born in Mannheim, the daughter of Clara Schlee Laddey and Victor H. G. Laddey. Her mother was a lecturer, and president of the New Jersey Womans Suffrage Association from 1908 to 1912. She moved to the United States with her family as ...

                                               

11th Massachusetts Battery

The 11th Massachusetts Battery was an artillery battery that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was formed in response to President Abraham Lincolns August 1862 call for 300.000 men to serve for nine months. Several months ...

                                               

Jason Szep

Born in Scituate, Massachusetts in 1969, Szep is the son of two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist Paul Szep, formerly of The Boston Globe. Jason Szep studied literature at Bard College and University of Toronto.

                                               

Lighter than Orange – The Legacy of Dioxin in Vietnam

Lighter than Orange-The Legacy of Dioxin in Vietnam is a documentary by the Berlin filmmaker Matthias Leupold about the long-term consequences of American warfare in Vietnam. The film was shot in Vietnam in 2012 and got subtitles in English, Germ ...

                                               

Tuf Borland

Jarred Tuf Borland is an American football linebacker for Ohio State. He played high school football at Bolingbrook High School in Bolingbrook, Illinois.

                                               

Alan P. Kozikowski

Alan P. Kozikowski is an American medicinal chemist, drug designer, and pharmaceutical entrepreneur, best known for his research on 5-HT receptors, and GSK-3 inhibitors. He is an author of a book Drug Design for Neuroscience. He has over 100 pate ...

                                               

Sir Walter Constable-Maxwell-Scott, 1st Baronet

Educated at Stonyhurst College, Constable-Maxwell-Scott transferred from the militia into the Cameronians Scottish Rifles on 11 January 1899. He saw action in the Tirah campaign, the Second Boer War and the First World War for which he was appoin ...

                                               

Duane Notice

Duane Notice is a Canadian basketball player for the Raptors 905 of the NBA G League. He played college basketball for the University of South Carolina where he is the all-time leader in games played. He won the SEC Sixth Man of the Year award in ...

                                               

List of pipeline accidents in the United States in 1983

The following is a list of pipeline accidents in the United States in 1983. It is one of several lists of U.S. pipeline accidents. See also: list of natural gas and oil production accidents in the United States.

                                               

Tasha Cerda

Tasha Cerda is the mayor of Gardena, California. She was elected in 2017 and will serve until 2022. She is the first female mayor of Gardena and the first Native American mayor in the state of California.

                                               

The Zanuck Company

The Zanuck Company was an American film studio owned by film producer Richard D. Zanuck. It is notable for their films like the first two theatrical films of Steven Spielberg, The Sugarland Express and Jaws, The Sting, Cocoon, Driving Miss Daisy ...

                                               

Margaret Holtrust

Margaret Holtrust was born in the Dutch town of Genemuiden in 1925. She was first hired as a social science professor in 1966 at Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California. Later, throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Holtrust taught political ...

                                               

Pizzo (pipe)

A pizzo also known as an oil burner, bubble, tweak pipe, meth pipe, crank pipe or ice pipe is a glass pipe which consists of a tube connected to a sphere bulb with a small opening on top designed for freebasing methamphetamine or crack cocaine as ...

                                               

Angel Nafis

Angel Nafis is an American poet and spoken word artist. She is the author of BlackGirl Mansion. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

                                               

Mary Catherine Rowsell

Mary Catherine Rowsell was an English novelist, author of childrens fiction, and dramatist. Her education in Belgium and Germany resulted in books based on German folk tales, and on French historical personages. Most of her childrens books were s ...

                                               

Alex Antetokounmpo

Alexandros Antetokounmpo is a Greek professional basketball player for UCAM Murcia of the Liga ACB. At the high school level, he competed for Dominican High School in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. He is the youngest brother of basketball player Giann ...

                                               

Gus Courts

Gus Courts was an American grocery store proprietor and African American civil rights leader. In 1953, Courts and Rev. George W. Lee founded the Humphreys County, Mississippi chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peop ...

                                               

I Mom So Hard

I Mom So Hard is a comedy duo that features comedians Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley. The group had received more than 200 million views for their online videos, toured internationally, and released an eponymous New York Times bestselling book.

                                               

Juneteenth in Oregon

Juneteenth, a celebration of emancipation of slavery, was introduced to Oregon in 1945 by Kaiser Shipyard worker Clara Peoples, was recognized by the city of Portland in 1972, and statewide in 2013.

                                               

Fino Factories & California Soups

Fino Factories and California Soups was a Dutch-American food company that produced soup stock, chicken boullion, vegetable seasoning, and gravy base from 1928 until 2009. The ways in which the company employed its brands "Fino" and "California" ...

                                               

Beryl Radin

Beryl Radin is an American public administration scholar and former editor of the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. She is an adjunct professor at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University.

                                               

Emilio Lopez Zamora dam

The Emilio Lopez Zamora dam, also known as the Ensenada dam, is a dam with a water treatment plant in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, on the basin of the Ensenada stream. Its main use is containment of flash floods, and as a water supply for t ...

                                               

Lara Jakes

Lara Jakes is an American journalist. She currently serves as the diplomatic correspondent for the Washington bureau of The New York Times. Her career has concentrated on International Security with a focus on conflict reporting. Jakes has report ...

                                               

Hou Ho-shong

Hou completed a masters degree in civil engineering at National Cheng Kung University and pursued a doctorate in civil and oceanographic engineering at the University of Florida. His dissertation, The Influence of Equivalent Sand Roughness on the ...

                                               

Wells Fargo (band)

Guitarist Josi Ndlovu and drummer Ebba Chitambo first met in 1969 when Ndlovu spotted Chitambo playing for a local band called Springfields. Although Chitambo had never drummed before, Ndlovu was impressed by his performance, and invited him to p ...

                                               

Gallaeci (Proper)

The Gallaeci or Callaeci were an ancient Celtic tribe of Gallaecia, living in the northwest of modern Portugal, roughly in todays western half of the Porto District, from the west of the Tamega river valley to the Atlantic coast in the west and n ...

                                               

Robert Gordon-Finlayson (British Army officer, born 1916)

Born the son of General Sir Robert Gordon-Finlayson, Gordon-Finlayson was commissioned into the Royal Artillery on 27 August 1936. After serving in the Second World War, he became Commander Royal Artillery for 49th North Midlands and West Riding ...

                                               

Peter Gillett

Gillett was commissioned into the Royal Artillery on 1 February 1934. After serving in the rank of captain in the Second World War, he became Commander, Royal Artillery for 3rd Infantry Division in December 1959, Chief of Staff at Eastern Command ...

                                               

Clandestine press of the French Resistance

The clandestine newspapers of the Resistance were newspapers created in France during Second World War by the movements of Resistance to the German occupation of France, to disseminate their ideas, which played an important role in the history of ...

                                               

Wahab Khar

Abdul Wahab Khar, also appears as Wahab Khar, was the nineteenth centurys Kashmiri Sufi mystic poet and saint. He is sometimes referred to as "scholar" for his contribution to the literature of Kashmir. He was actively engaged in writing sufi dev ...

                                               

Orum Kirke (Norddjurs Municipality)

Orum Church is a church in the city of Orum Djurs in Norddjurs Municipality. The church was established in the 12th century and opperates as the central church in Orum Sogn within the Diocese of Aarhus. Orum Sogn has approximately 1.600 members.

                                               

Nigel Wright

Nigel Wright may refer to: Nigel Wright rugby league born 1973, English rugby league footballer fl. 1990s and 2000s Nigel Wright record producer born 1955, English record producer Nigel S. Wright born 1963, Canadian businessman and lawyer, former ...

                                               

John Richmond

John Richmond may refer to: John Richmond shortstop 1855–1898, American Major League Baseball shortstop John Richmond footballer born 1943, Australian rules footballer John Richmond fashion designer born 1960, English fashion designer John Richmo ...

                                               

Thomas Bywater Smithies

Thomas Bywater Smithies was an English radical publisher and campaigner for temperance and animal welfare. He was the founder and editor of The British Workman.

                                               

Ogilvie (name)

Ogilvie is a surname with origins in the Barony of Ogilvy in Angus, Scotland. Notable people with the surname include: Fred Ogilvie, American politician, Missouri state representative Charles Atmore Ogilvie 1793–1873, Church of England clergyman ...

                                               

George Duffield (disambiguation)

George Duffield is an English jockey. George Duffield may also refer to: George Duffield Presbyterian 1794–1868, Presbyterian minister, aka George Duffield IV George Duffield Reverend 1732–1790, Presbyterian minister, aka George Duffield II Georg ...