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Dick Chevillat

Dick Chevillat was an American writer and producer who worked in radio, film, and television. Early in his career, Chevillat wrote for The Jack Benny Program and for the Marx Brothers, and then for Sealtest-sponsored radio programs The Rudy Valle ...

                                               

The Olympian Way

The Olympian Way was a BBC comedy drama series set in a health club that was written by Tara Prem. The plot centres around the successful and ambitious millionaire Stan Wilson has invested heavily in a health club and his son Terry) and wife Stel ...

                                               

List of awards and nominations received by John Mulaney

John Edmund Mulaney is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer and producer. He has received numerous award nominations and wins for his work as a writer, and performer on Saturday Night Live. He is also known for his performance in Document ...

                                               

Ray Singer (writer)

Ray Singer was an American writer and producer who worked in radio, film, and television. Singer was from New York. He wrote for radio shows such as The Rudy Vallee Show, The Joan Davis Show, and The Fred Allen Show. He and Dick Chevillat first c ...

                                               

WUSA

WUSA may refer to: WUSA TV, a television station channel 9 digital broadcasting in Washington, D.C., United States KARE TV, a television station channel 11 digital licensed to Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, which used the call sign WUSA f ...

                                               

Slackers (disambiguation)

Slacker Radio launched 2007, online radio The Slackers album Slacker Uprising, a Michael Moore re-cut version of his 2008 film Captain Mike Across America 2008 Slacker film, 1991 American independent comedy-drama movie The Slackers active since 1 ...

                                               

Gabriella Leon

Gabriella Leon is an English actress, known for her role as Jade Lovall in the BBC medical drama series Casualty. Partially deaf herself, Leon portrays the first regular deaf character on Casualty.

                                               

Birmingham Studios

Central House, Previously ATV Centre used by ATV and later Central from 1970 to 1997. Gas Street Studios, used by Central Now ITV Central since 1997, also used by CITV between 1998 and 2004.

                                               

Flywheel (disambiguation)

A flywheel is a rotating disk used as a storage device for kinetic energy. The term also may refer to: Flywheel band, formerly known as Pound Flywheel film, a 2003 Christian drama film by Sherwood Pictures Flywheel, Shyster, and Flywheel 1990 rad ...

                                               

Indian locomotive class WAG-4

The Indian locomotive class WAG-4 is a class of 25 kV AC electric locomotives that was manufactured by CLW in late 1960s for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, AC Current, Goods traffic engine, 1st. A total of 186 WAG-4 locom ...

                                               

Y class

NCC Class Y, a class of 0-6-0T steam locomotive Victorian Railways Y class, an example of the new policy of standard design principles being adopted by the railways SNCF Class Y 9000, the new designation for modernized and re-engined Y7100 and Y7 ...

                                               

RENFE Class 250

The fleet consists of 35 Class 250 locomotives, numbered 250 001–035, and five Class 250.6 locomotives, numbered 250 601–605, which are equipped with chopper control.

                                               

Indian locomotive class WCM-6

The Indian locomotive class WCM-6 is a class of 1.5 kV DC electric locomotives that was developed in 1995 by Chittaranjan Locomotive Works for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, Direct Current, Mixed traffic engine, 6th gener ...

                                               

5000 series

Odakyu 5000 series EMU Sotetsu 5000 series EMU Meitetsu 5000 series 2008 EMU, in service 2008- Tobu 5000 series EMU Chikuho Electric Railroad 5000 series electric multiple unit operated on the Chikuhō Electric Railroad Line JR Shikoku 5000 series ...

                                               

Red Arrow (PRR train)

The Red Arrow was a night train operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad that ran from New York City to Detroit. It had an additional section going to and from Washington, D.C. This was an unusual train, in that the PRR had few trains that ran to De ...

                                               

Benning Road–H Street Limited Line

The Benning Road–H Street Limited Line, designated Route X9, is a limited stop MetroExtra bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Capitol Heights station, which is served by the Blue and Silver lines of th ...

                                               

Zarchlin

The village of Zarchlin is located in the Federal State of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania in the north of Germany. It is part of the district of Ludwigslust-Parchim and belongs to the municipality of Barkhagen. About 100 people live in Zarchlin on ...

                                               

X Train

New South Wales Xplorer, a passenger train in Australia introduced in 1993 Xplorer United States, a New York Central Railroad passenger train in Ohio introduced in 1956 Train-X, a lightweight, all aluminum train produced by the Pullman Company On ...

                                               

Indian locomotive class WAG-3

The Indian locomotive class WAG-3 is a class of 25 kV AC electric locomotives that was imported from Europe in 1960s for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, AC Current, Goods traffic engine, 3rd. A total of 10 WAG-3 locomotive ...

                                               

Ng Cho-nam

Ng Cho-nam Chinese: 吳祖南, 1960–2019, SBS, JP, was a Hong Kong environmental studies researcher, conservationist, and activist who taught as an associate professor within the Department of Geography at the University of Hong Kong. He served as a ...

                                               

Robert Jones (aerodynamicist)

Robert Jones was a Welsh mathematician and aerodynamicist. He was one of the worlds leading experts on the stability of airships. He was born at Criccieth, Caernarfonshire to John Jones and his wife Sarah Mary. He attended the local Board School ...

                                               

Fractal curve

A fractal curve is, loosely, a mathematical curve whose shape retains the same general pattern of irregularity, regardless of how high it is magnified, that is, its graph takes the form of a fractal. In general, fractal curves are nowhere rectifi ...

                                               

John Howard Mueller

John Howard Mueller was an American biochemist, pathologist, and bacteriologist. He is known as the discoverer in 1921 of the amino acid methionine and as the co-developer, with Jane Hinton, of the eponymous Mueller-Hinton agar.

                                               

Quasicrystals and Geometry

Quasicrystals and Geometry is a book on quasicrystals and aperiodic tiling by Marjorie Senechal, published in 1995 by Cambridge University Press. One of the main themes of the book is to understand how the mathematical properties of aperiodic til ...

                                               

Kissing Cousins

Kissing Cousins may refer to: Kissin Cousins album, a soundtrack album from the 1964 film Kissin Cousins, a 1964 musical comedy film that stars Elvis Presley Kissing Cousin, a season 10 episode of the television series Frasier Kissing Cousins fil ...

                                               

Miracle on 34th Street (disambiguation)

Miracle on 34th Street is a popular 1947 film with Natalie Wood and Edmund Gwenn. Miracle on 34th Street may also refer to: Miracle on 34th Street 1994 film, feature film remake with Richard Attenborough Miracle on 34th Street 1973 film, televisi ...

                                               

The Frank Sinatra Show

The title The Frank Sinatra Show may refer to the following television series starring Frank Sinatra: The Frank Sinatra Show CBS 1950–52 The Frank Sinatra Show ABC 1957–58 It may also refer to any of a number of radio programs that starred Sinatr ...

                                               

Aanchal

Aanchal Khurana, actress Aanchal Kumar, Indian model Aanchal Thakur, Indian skier Aanchal Munjal, Indian actress Aanchal Anand, actress Aanchal Dwivedi, actress Anchal Sabharwal also known simply as Aanchal, Indian actress

                                               

Daniel Adegboyega

Adegboyega was born in Lagos, Nigeria. When he was 5 years old, he and his family moved to London, where he trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. He spent much of his childhood watching movies and cartoons and was inspired by h ...

                                               

Jessica May

Jessica May is a Brazilian actress and model, based in Turkey. May made her acting debut with a leading role on the Turkey television series Yeni Gelin. She later starred in the film Dert Bende.

                                               

TVRI Sport HD

TVRI Sport HD is an Indonesian television channel owned by public broadcaster TVRI, broadcasts only in digital terrestrial and satellite. The channel specialized in sports programming, serves as complementary of TVRI Nasional main channel.

                                               

WQDE-LD

WQDE-LD is a low-powered television station licensed to Wolcott, Indiana, United States, and serving Indianapolis despite its license city being within the smaller market of Lafayette. The station, which broadcasts its digital signal on virtual c ...

                                               

Sarah Affonso

Sarah Affonso, the art name used by Sara Sancha Afonso, was a Portuguese artist and illustrator who was brought up in the Minho Region in the north of the country. Adopting a modernist style, she painted scenes of rural life in her childhood prov ...

                                               

2018 New Hampshire House of Representatives election

The 2018 New Hampshire House of Representatives elections took place as part of the biennial United States elections. New Hampshire voters elected all 400 state representatives from 103 districts. State representatives serve two-year terms in the ...

                                               

1908 Massachusetts Senate election

Elections to the Massachusetts Senate were held on November 4, 1908 to elect 40 State Senators to the 130th Massachusetts General Court. Candidates were elected at the district level, with many districts covering multiple towns or counties.

                                               

List of heads of the Chicago Police Department

The following is a list of heads of the Chicago Police Department. Currently the executive of the Chicago Police Department is referred to as a "Superintendent of Police". Preceding titles included High Constable, City Marshall, General Superinte ...

                                               

Townsend House

by state Townsend House, renamed Raynham Hall in 1850, Oyster Bay, New York, listed on the NRHP in New York James W. Townsend House Orange Springs, Florida, listed on the NRHP in Florida Townsend Farmhouse, Hollywood, Alabama, listed on the NRHP ...

                                               

List of people from Yonkers, New York

This is a list of notable people who were born in or have been residents of Yonkers, a city in Westchester County, in the U.S. state of New York.United States.

                                               

Mary Warren (actress)

In 1912, still using the name Marie Wierman, she was a member of the Lubin Stock Company, and worked on films in Maine. As Mary Warren, she was an actress based in Hollywood who appeared in about two dozen silent films between 1918 and 1924, incl ...

                                               

Norman Houston (disambiguation)

Norman Houston may refer to: Norman O. Houston 1893–1981, a Los Angeles businessman, president of Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company Norman Houston 1887–1958, an American screenwriter best known for his work on Westerns Norman B. Houston ...

                                               

Will Rogers (disambiguation)

Will Rogers Oklahoma politician 1898–1983, Congressman and politician from Oklahoma Will Rogers trade unionist died 1952, British trade unionist and politician Will Rogers Maine politician born 1938, American realtor and politician from Maine Wil ...

                                               

Ralph Bunche (disambiguation)

Ralph Bunche may refer to: Ralph J. Bunche III, American lawyer and politician, General Secretary of UNPO Ralph Bunche 1904–1971, American political scientist, academic, and diplomat and the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize

                                               

Slauson

J. S. Slauson 1829–1905, a land developer in 19th Century Southern California Matt Slauson born 1986, an American football guard for the Chicago Bears

                                               

Jimmy Harris

Jimmy Harris may refer to: Jimmy Harris footballer, born 1933, English footballer who played for Everton, Birmingham City and Oldham Athletic Jimmy Harris footballer, born 1907 1907–?, English footballer who played for West Ham United and Southam ...

                                               

KECA

KECA refers to the following broadcasting stations in the United States: A fictional radio station in Breaking Bad broadcasting at 480 kHz. KLOS, an FM radio station on 95.5 MHz licensed to Los Angeles, California, United States, which held the c ...

                                               

Times Building

Times Building may refer to: The Old Times Building, the building at 228 East Holmes Avenue in Huntsville, Alabama, thats listed on the NRHP Times Square Building, Seattle, Washington, formerly known as Times Building and listed on the NRHP as th ...

                                               

Alyce Mills

Alyce Mills was an American actress. She appeared in silent films including as a lead. She starred in the 1924 film Daughters of the Night. and the 1926 film Say It Again. She also starred in two B. P. Schulberg films with William Powell: My Lady ...

                                               

Frederick Martin (general)

Frederick Leroy Martin was an American airman best known as the first commander of the US Army Air Services first aerial circumnavigation of the world in 1924 and as the commander of US Army Air Forces during the Attack on Pearl Harbor. Martin, a ...

                                               

Judys

Judys was a chain of clothing stores, based in Van Nuys, Los Angeles. Marcia Israel founded Judys in 1946, and ran it until 1989 when she sold it to Laws International of Hong Kong for million. Israel-Curley died in 2004. At its peak it had 107 s ...

                                               

NBC 12

Satellite of KOB in Albuquerque KOBR, Roswell, New Mexico KBMT-DT2, Beaumont/Port Arthur, Texas WSFA, Montgomery, Alabama WTLV, Jacksonville, Florida WBOY, Clarksburg, West Virginia WXII, Winston-Salem, North Carolina WWBT, Richmond, Virginia KTV ...