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Charles Volderauer

Charles Volderauer was a Swiss businessman. He was founder member of the club FC Basel, played various matches for them as defender, was voted into the board of directors and was the clubs president for more than three years.

                                               

Alan Johnson (disambiguation)

Allan Johnson was an Anglican priest. Alan Johnson born 1950 is a British Labour Party politician and former Home Secretary. Allan or Alan Johnson may also refer to: Alan Campbell Johnson 1913–1998, British Liberal Party politician, journalist, a ...

                                               

Arthur Thompson

Arthur Thompson may refer to: Arthur Thompson wrestler 1911-1978, British Olympic wrestler Arthur E. Thompson 1891–1969, North Dakota politician Arthur Thompson Australian footballer 1871–1955, Australian rules footballer Arthur Thompson jockey 1 ...

                                               

Evening song

"Evening Song", song for voice & piano, A. 24 Charles Tomlinson Griffes Abendlied Evening song by Gabriel Rheinberger Evening Songs, instrumental pieces by Kalervo Tuukkanen 1909-79 Vecerni pisne Evening Songs Op. 31 for voice and piano after poe ...

                                               

Metasemantic poetry

Metasemantic poetry is a literary technique theorized and used by Fosco Maraini in his collection of poems "Gnosi delle fànfole" of 1978.

                                               

Weeping Willow

"Weeping Willows" CSI, an episode of CSI "Weeping Willow" Law & Order: Criminal Intent, an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent Weeping Willow film, a 2014 animated short film

                                               

Wilhelm Hester

Wilhelm Hester was a photographer working mainly in the Pacific North-West and Alaska, from 1893 to 1906. Hester was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1872 and moved to the Pacific North-West in 1893. His photographs mainly recorded ships, crews and ma ...

                                               

Sir William Henry Charles Wemyss Cooke

Sir William Henry Charles Wemyss Cooke, 10th Baronet was a soldier, breeder of racehorses and orchid breeder. He served as a lieutenant the East Kent Regiment and the Yorkshire Dragoons and held the office of High Sheriff of Yorkshire. He moved f ...

                                               

Mims

Municipal Infrastructure Management System, used in Canada Membrane-introduction mass spectrometry Manchester Institute for Mathematical Sciences, School of Mathematics, University of Manchester MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences, a medical c ...

                                               

Nalu

National Amalgamated Labourers Union, a trade union in the UK active from 1889 to 1921 National Army for the Liberation of Uganda National Agricultural Labourers Union, a trade union in the UK active from 1872 to 1896

                                               

Norman Smith

Norman Smith journalist born 1959, British BBC journalist Norman Kemp Smith 1872–1958, Scottish philosopher Norman Smith record producer 1923–2008, English musician, record producer and engineer

                                               

Pulchrana

The following species are recognised in the genus Pulchrana: Pulchrana laterimaculata Barbour and Noble, 1916 Pulchrana mangyanum Brown and Guttman, 2002 Pulchrana banjarana Leong and Lim, 2003 Pulchrana similis Gunther, 1873 Pulchrana signata Gu ...

                                               

Olive MacFarland

Olive Knowles MacFarland was an American artist and illustrator. She attended Ohio Wesleyan College and earned degrees in physiology at Stanford University. She created watercolor drawings to illustrate the scientific publications of her husband, ...

                                               

Cremorne

Cremorne, New South Wales, Australia Cremorne, Tasmania, Australia Cremorne, Victoria, Australia Cremorne barony, County Monaghan, Ireland Cremorne, Queensland, Australia

                                               

Orts family

The Orts family is an old family from Brussels whose origins can be traced back to the early 17th century. Today, it is part of the nobility of Belgium and descends from the Seven Noble Houses of Brussels.

                                               

Governor Alexander

Governor Alexander may refer to: Edward Bruce Alexander 1872–1955, Acting Governor of British Ceylon William Alexander the younger 1600s–1638, Governor of Acadia Archie Alexander 1888–1958, Governor of the United States Virgin Islands George A. A ...

                                               

Toronean Gulf

The Toronean Gulf or Toroneos Gulf, also known as the Kassandra Gulf, is a gulf of the Thracian Sea, part of the northern Aegean Sea, in Chalkidiki, Greece. It lies between the Kassandra peninsula in the west, and Sithonia in the east.

                                               

Mako Ortodox Synagogue

Not to be confused with Mako Neological Synagogue The Mako Orthodox Synagogue is the only standing synagogue in Mako, Hungary, and is the second largest Orthodox synagogue in the country.

                                               

Dronacharya Temple, Gurugram

The Dronacharya Temple is one of the only Hindu temples in India that is dedicated to Dronacharya, the teacher of the Pandavas and Kauravas in the Mahabharata. It is located in the Bhim Nagar village of Gurugram, Haryana, India.

                                               

Fars

Fars Province, a province in Iran Dialects of Fars, a number of dialects spoken in the Fars province The Fars, a newspaper based in Shiraz, Fars Province, first published in 1913 Fars News Agency, an Iranian news agency Fars newspaper, based in S ...

                                               

Pitka

Pitka or Pitka may refer to: Rita Pitka Blumenstein, the first certified traditional doctor in Alaska Johan Pitka 1872–1944, famous Estonian military commander from the Estonian War of Independence until World War II EML Admiral Pitka A230, Besky ...

                                               

Karim Khan (disambiguation)

Karim Khan 1705–1779, founder of the Zand Dynasty Abdul Karim Khan 1872–1937, Indian singer Karim Khan cricketer born 1984, Afghan cricketer Prince Karim Khan, 20th-century Balochi noble Abdal-Karim Khan Astrakhani died 1520, Khan of Astrakhan Ka ...

                                               

Ministry of the Military

Military of the Military may refer to: Ministry of War pre-modern Japan 兵部省, a Japanese government ministry between the Asuka and Meiji periods Ministry of Military Affairs Poland, a Polish government ministry during the Second Polish Republic ...

                                               

Cathkin

Cathkin is a Scottish placename that now may mean: Cathkin Peak, a South African mountain peak Cathkin, Victoria, a town in Australia Cathkin Park, a municipal park in Glasgow, formerly a major Scottish football ground Third Lanark A.C. Cathkin H ...

                                               

Honorine Hermelin

Hermelin was born in Ekebyborna parish in 1886. Her mother Honorine von Koch died with in days. She had one sibling and she would gain seven more when her father, Joseph Hermelin, remarried. She qualified as a teacher and taught for over ten year ...

                                               

Daily Star

The Marion Star, formerly The Marion Daily Star, Marion, Ohio Minneapolis Daily Star 1920–about 1939, a predecessor of the Star Tribune, Minneapolis, Minnesota Daily Star Louisiana, Hammond, Louisiana Cincinnati Daily Star 1872–1880, merged with ...

                                               

Meechan

Meechan may refer to: Alex Meechan born 1980, English footballer John Meechan fl. 1933–1934, Scottish footballer James Meechan born 1930, Scottish artist Mark Meechan born 1987, Scottish YouTuber and comedian Peter Meechan footballer 1872–1915, S ...

                                               

George Stanley (disambiguation)

George Stanley was a Canadian historian and designer of the Canadian flag. George Stanley may also refer to: George Stanley 15th century MP, Member of Parliament MP for Lancashire George Stanley, 9th Baron Strange 1460–1503, English nobleman and ...

                                               

Springbok (disambiguation)

A springbok is an antelope native to southern and western Africa. Springbok may also refer to: Springbok Radio, a former South African radio station Springbok greyhounds, a leading novice hurdle competition in the greyhound racing calendar Spring ...

                                               

Bobby Wallace

Bob or Bobby Wallace may refer to: Bob Wallace footballer, born 1948, English footballer Bob Wallace test driver 1938–2013, racing driver from New Zealand who was instrumental in the founding of automaker Lamborghini Bob Wallace American football ...

                                               

Peter Cartwright

Peter Cartwright may refer to: Peter Cartwright revivalist 1785–1873, American revivalist and politician Peter Cartwright footballer born 1957, English footballer Peter Cartwright actor 1935–2013, South African-born British actor Peter Cartwright ...

                                               

New Party

New Party may refer to: New Party Latvia, a defunct political party in Latvia New Party Sakigake New Party United States Civic Front of Cordoba, formerly known as New Party against Corruption, for Honesty and Transparence Japan New Party New Part ...

                                               

St Kilda

St Kilda may refer to: Scotland: St Kilda, Scotland, archipelago in the north Atlantic off the west coast of the Scottish mainland Australia: St Kilda Cricket Club St Kilda Football Club, Australian-rules football club established in 1873 Elector ...

                                               

Harbach

Harbach, a cadastral community in Bad Hofgastein, St. Johann im Pongau, Salzburg, Austria Harbach Landkreis Altenkirchen, a municipality in Altenkirchen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Harbach, a village in Grunberg, GieSen, Hesse, Germany

                                               

Ehle

Ehle may refer to: Airport code for Lelystad Airport in The Netherlands Ehle House Site, an archaeological site at Nelliston in Montgomery County, New York Ehle river, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Peter Ehle House, a historic home located at Nellist ...

                                               

Reidy

Reidy may refer to: Liam Reidy 1924–2007, Irish hurler Padraig Reidy born 1986, Irish footballer Mary Anne Reidy 1880–1977, New Zealand nurse Sean Reidy born 1989, New Zealand rugby union footballer Ger Reidy born 1986, Irish footballer James Rei ...

                                               

Harry Mason

Harry Mason may refer to: Harry Mason boxer 1903–1977, British lightweight/welterweight boxer Harry H. Mason 1873–1946, U.S. Representative from Illinois Harry Mason Coronation Street, a character from the soap opera Coronation Street Harry Mason ...

                                               

Thomas Carroll

Tom Carroll hurler fl. 1880s, Irish Thomas Carroll martial artist 1938–1999, American Thomas Carroll cricketer 1884–1957, Australian Thomas Carroll hurler born 1992, Irish Tom Carroll surfer born 1961, Australian Tom Carroll pitcher born 1952, Am ...

                                               

Abruzzi (disambiguation)

Abruzzi e Molise, the formerly combined region of Abruzzo and Molise Abruzzi Spur, K2, Pakistan Abruzzi Ridge, Mount Saint Elias, Canada Abruzzi Glacier in northern Pakistan

                                               

Monte Zeda

According to SOIUSA International Standardized Mountain Subdivision of the Alps the mountain can be classified in the following way: group = Gruppo Zeda-Laurasca main part = Western Alps major sector = North Western Alps subgroup = Gruppo dello Z ...

                                               

Caruso

Caruso may refer to: Caruso Middle School, a middle school in Illinois Caruso Affiliated, a real estate development company in Los Angeles, California Enrico Caruso 1873-1921, Italian operatic tenor Caruso surname Caruso Sauce, a Uruguayan recipe ...

                                               

Ljubisa Valic

Ljubisa Valic was a Serbian war artist, photographer and cinematographer. Valic studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna from 1901 until 1903 and at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris 1903-1904. He then worked as a teacher at a Serbi ...

                                               

Kanpō (Japanese government gazette)

Kanpō is the official gazette of the Japanese government. Its official publication started in 1886, from National Printing Bureau of the Ministry of Finance. Japan traditionally relied on the Kōsatsu, a wooden plaque placed at shukuba and other i ...

                                               

Shadyside

in the United States by state then city Shadyside, Houston, Texas, a community in Houston, Texas Shadyside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Shadyside, Edgewater, New Jersey, a neighborhood of Edgewater, New Jer ...

                                               

Senator Dickinson

Senator Dickinson may refer to: United States Senators Daniel S. Dickinson 1800–1866, U.S. Senator from New York from 1844 to 1851 Lester J. Dickinson 1873–1968, U.S. Senator from Iowa from 1931 to 1937 Philemon Dickinson 1739–1809, U.S. Senator ...

                                               

Washington Bridge (disambiguation)

The Washington Bridge is a bridge over the Harlem River in New York City. Washington Bridge may also refer to: George Washington Bridge, a bridge over the Hudson River connecting New York City to Fort Lee, New Jersey Washington Bridge Washington, ...

                                               

Jorge (comics)

Miquel Bernet Toledano, better known by the pseudonym Jorge was a Spanish comic artist. His most famous character is Doña Urraca. When the Spanish Civil War began, Bernet was only fifteen years old; Despite this, he falsified his age to enlist as ...

                                               

Joseph Jordan (disambiguation)

Joe Jordan is Scottish international football player and coach. Joseph Jordan was an English naval officer. Joseph or Joe Jordan may also refer to: Joe Jordan musician 1882–1971, ragtime and jazz musician Joe Jordan politician born 1958, Canadian ...

                                               

Henri Guillaume

Baron Henri Louis Gustave Guillaume, generally going by Gustave Guillaume, was a French-born Belgian army officer and military historian who served as Minister of War from 1870 to 1873.

                                               

Charles Crawford

Charles Crawford may refer to: Charles Crawford racing driver 1897–1958, American racecar driver USS Charles P. Crawford SP-366, United States Navy minesweeper and tug in commission from 1917 to 1919 Charles Crawford American football born 1964, ...