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Gary Moore (disambiguation)

Gary Moore was a musician from Belfast, Northern Ireland, best recognized as a blues rock guitarist and singer. Gareth, Gar, Garry or Gary Moore may also refer to:

Bobby Brown (disambiguation)

Bobbi Brown born 1957, American makeup artist and author Bobbie E. Brown 1903–1971, World War II Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Bobbi Brown, wife of Wyoming U.S. Senator John Barrasso

Childrens Crusade (disambiguation)

a song by Sting from the album The Dream of the Blue Turtles

Node2vec

node2vec is an algorithm to generate vector representations of nodes on a graph. The node2vec framework learns low-dimensional representations for nodes in a graph through the use of random walks through a graph starting at a target node. It is u ...

Ludmila

Ludmilla singer, Brazilian singer and songwriter Ludmila Oliveira da Silva born 1995 Ludmila da Silva born 1994, Brazilian footballer, commonly known as Ludmila Ludmila given name Anna Ludmilla, American ballerina born Jean Marie Kaley 1903–1990 ...

Forest Park Highlands

Forest Park Highlands was an American amusement park in St. Louis, Missouri. It operated from 1896 to 1963. Forest Park Highlands opened in 1896 as a beer garden. Sophie Tucker, John Philip Sousa, and Jack Dempsey appeared there. It featured a pa ...

Jean-Louis ar Rolland

Jean-Louis ar Rolland was a Breton author, notable for having remembered, and then written down, the stories he had been told during his childhood and after, traditional oral tales in the poetic gwerz tradition. Two of his collections were publis ...

Pobeda

Pobeda Backa Topola, a village in the Backa Topola municipality, Vojvodina province, Serbia Pobeda, part of Radna Zona Istok Work Zone East, one of the industrial zones in Novi Sad

SATA (disambiguation)

SATA is Serial ATA, a computer bus technology for connecting hard disks and other devices. SATA or Sata may also refer to: Japanese oiler Sata, a Notoro-class oiler of the Imperial Japanese Navy Sata food, a traditional dish from the Malaysian st ...

Duffer

Duffer may refer to: Duffer, in Australian English, a person occupied in cattle raiding Duffer Narnia, invisible dwarves in The Chronicles of Narnia A weak player in the game of chess In biology: Great duffer Discophora timora, a butterfly found ...

Jack Anderson

Jack Anderson may refer to: Jack Anderson dance critic born 1935, American poet, dance critic, and dance historian Jack Anderson racing driver, retired NASCAR Grand National Driver in 1964 Capital City 300 Jack Anderson columnist 1922–2005, Ameri ...

Bozorg

Bozorg, meaning large or great in Persian, may refer to: Agha Bozorg Tehrani آقا بزرگ تهرانی ‎, was a Shia marja from Hawza Elmiye Najaf Shahr-e Bozorg شهر بزرگ ‎, village in Badakhshan Province in north-eastern Afghanistan Bozorg, Hormozgan بزرگ ...

Chkalov (disambiguation)

Valery Chkalov was a Soviet aircraft test pilot. His name was given to multiple objects in the former Soviet Union, including Chkalov, Nyurbinsky District, Sakha Republic, a village in Russia Chkalov, Khangalassky District, Sakha Republic, a vill ...

Franz Joseph von Seefried

Franz-Joseph von Seefried auf Buttenheim y Baviera, Count of Seefried was the son of Count Otto von Seefried and his wife, Princess Elisabeth Marie of Bavaria, grand-daughter of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria. He was known for his work as a na ...

Mathilde

Mathilde is an alternative spelling of the names Matilde or Matilda, and could refer to: 253 Mathilde, an asteroid Mathilde Esch 1815–1904, Austrian genre painter Mathilde Bonaparte 1820-1904, French princess and salonniere Schipper naast Mathild ...

Paul Alexander

Paul Alexander may refer to: Paul Alexander American football born 1960, American football coach Paul Alexander actor born 1945 Paul Jacob Alexander 1904–1969, newspaper publisher and Seattle city councilman Paul Alexander general, former Command ...

Danish Actors Association

The Danish Actors Association is a trade union representing actors, dancers, choreographers and opera singers in Denmark. The union was founded in 1904 by Karl Mantzius, as one of the first actors unions in the world. It initially focused on impr ...

Seminole (disambiguation)

Seminole Tribe of Florida, a federally recognized Seminole tribe Seminole, dialects of the Muscogee language spoken by some Seminole Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, a federally recognized Seminole tribe Miccosukee, a federally recognized Seminole tribe

Herero

Herero may refer to: Herero people, a people belonging to the Bantu group, with about 240.000 members alive today Herero Wars, a series of colonial wars between the German Empire and the Herero people of German South-West Africa 1904-08 Herero ch ...

Edwin Hill

Edwin Hill may refer to: Edwin J. Hill 1894–1941, U.S. Navy sailor posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor Edwin Hill-Trevor, 1st Baron Trevor 1819–1894, styled as Lord Edwin Hill until 1862 Edwin A. Hill active 1900, American inventor of the Hil ...

Board of Control

Board of Control may refer to: Board of Control for Cricket in Sri Lanka, now Sri Lanka Cricket Board of Control municipal government, an executive body that usually deals with financial and administrative matters California Board of Control, the ...

Khalatbari

Khalatbari is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Hooman Khalatbari, Iranian-Austrian pianist and conductor Kayvan Khalatbari, Iranian-American entrepreneur Abbas Ali Khalatbari 1912–1979, Iranian diplomat Mohammad Reza Khalatbari ...

Eeragh Lighthouse

Eeragh Lighthouse is an active lighthouse located on Rock Island, one of the Brannock Islands, part of the Aran Islands archipelago in County Galway, Ireland. It marks the north-western entrance to Galway Bay and the port of Galway known as the N ...

Giovanni Ricci (mathematician)

Giovanni Ricci was an Italian mathematician. He was born and brought up in Florence, where he did his school education. He then moved to Pisa to study mathematics at the Scuola Normale Superiore associated with the University of Pisa. He was an a ...

Chadwick

Chadwick, Western Australia, a suburb of the town of Esperance Chadwick, Michigan, United States, a former community Chadwick, Illinois, United States, a village Chadwick crater, a lunar crater Chadwick Lake, New York, United States Chadwick, Mis ...

Robert Bartlett

Robert Bartlett may refer to: Robert Bartlett politician born 1940, mayor of Monrovia, California Rob Bartlett born 1957, American comedian, actor and writer Rob Bartlett cricketer born 1972, Australian cricketer Robert Bartlett historian born 19 ...

Frank Bennett

Frank Bennett may refer to: Frank Bennett occultist 1868–1930, Australian occultist Frank Bennett scholar 1866–1947, English academic and Anglican cleric Frankie Bennett born 1969, English footballer Frank P. Bennett 1853–1933, American journalis ...

Moriah (disambiguation)

Moriah is a mountain identified in the Book of Genesis; believed in Judaism, Christianity and Islam to be associated with the sacrifice of Abrahams son. It may also be the Temple Mount. Moriah may also refer to: Moriah TMNT, a Teenage Mutant Ninj ...

Zik (disambiguation)

Zikism, the system of political thought attributed to Nnamdi Azikiwe Nnamdi Azikiwe 1904–1996, a founding father of modern Nigeria Adir Zik 1939-2005, Israeli television producer and journalist.

Nanshan

Topographic features Battle of Nanshan, fought in 1904 in the southern hills of Jinzhou, Dalian, Liaoning, during the Russo-Japanese War Nanshan Heilongjiang, a dormant volcanic peak named for its position at the southern end of the Keluo Mountai ...

Galceran Bridge

Galceran Bridge is a bridge in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife, Spain. Conceived in 1904, it was constructed between 1926 and 1928, and officially opened on 19 October 1928 during a visit of Miguel Primo de Rivera to Tenerife. It was the third b ...

Engelbrekt Parish

Engelbrekt Parish is a parish in Ostermalms church district in the Diocese of Stockholm, Sweden. The parish is located in Stockholm Municipality in Stockholm County. The parish forms its own pastorship.

Max Strasser

Max Strasser was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel. He played mainly in the position as Striker, but also as midfielder.

Bern (disambiguation)

Verona, Italy, a city called Bern in Middle High German Bern Netherlands, a hamlet in Gelderland

Alois Hirschbuhl

Luigi Alois Hirschbuhl was a Swiss painter and commander of the Pontifical Swiss Guard from 1921 to 1935. Born in Chur as the son of Anton Hirschbuhl, a painter and immigrant from Riefensberg, Vorarlberg and of Walpurga nee Willi, of Domat. He ma ...

Sevastopol (disambiguation)

2121 Sevastopol, a main-belt binary asteroid discovered in 1971 Sevastopol, Wisconsin, a town in the US Sevastopol, Indiana, an unincorporated community in the US

National Federation of Hides and Leather

The National Federation of Hides and Leather was a trade union representing workers in the leather and fur industries, including shoemakers, in France. The first National Federation of Hides and Leather was established in 1868, but soon collapsed ...

Gwilliam

Gwilliam or Gwilym or Gwilliams may refer to: Brad Gwilliam born 1966, Australian rules footballer Gwilliam surname John Gwilliam 1923–2016, Welsh rugby union player and schoolteacher George Gwilliam, English Aramaicist Dianna Gwilliams born 1957 ...

Subiaco Hotel

The Subiaco Hotel is a historic hotel in Subiaco, Western Australia. It is located at 455–465 Hay Street, at the corner of Rokeby Road, and dates back to the states gold rushes era of the 1890s.

Rayleigh

Rayleigh unit, a unit of photon flux named after the 4th Baron Rayleigh Rayleigh scattering Rayleigh number, a dimensionless number for a fluid associated with buoyancy driven flow Rayleigh waves Rayleigh criterion in angular resolution Rayleigh ...

T37

T37 may refer to: T-37A tank, a Soviet amphibious light tank of the 1930s T-37 rocket, a demolition rocket used by the U.S. Army during World War Two T37 light tank, preliminary light tank design for the M41 Walker Bulldog Slingsby T.37 Skylark, ...

Johnny Jones

Johnny Jones basketball player born 1943, American basketball player Johnny Jones basketball coach born 1961, American basketball coach Johnny Jones pioneer 1809–1869, pioneer New Zealand settler Johnny "Yard Dog" Jones 1941–2015, American blues ...

Billy Elliot (disambiguation)

Bill Elliott musician 2015 Tony Award winning orchestrator born 1951, bandleader, film composer Bill Elliot rock musician, member of Splinter and the Elastic Oz Band Billy Elliot the Musical, 2005 musical based on the film Wild Bill Elliott 1904– ...

Armin Landeck

Landeck was born on June 4, 1905 in Crandon, Wisconsin. He studied at the University of Michigan and then Columbia University, graduating in 1927. After he graduated he traveled for over a year in Europe, returning to New York and Connecticut. He ...

David Byrne (disambiguation)

David Byrne is a Scottish musician and former Talking Heads frontman. David Byrne may also refer to: David Byrne footballer, born 1979, Irish footballer David Byrne footballer, born 1961, English footballer David Byrne album, his eponymous album ...

Ismail (disambiguation)

Ismail may refer to: Ishmael, the first son of Prophet Abraham Ishmael in Islam Sultan Ismail disambiguation, various rulers Russian torpedo boat Ismail, the escort to Russian battleship Potemkin and the first to join the latters mutiny in 1905 S ...

Karabulak

Karabulak may refer to: Places Karabulak, Azerbaijan, alternative name of several localities in Azerbaijan Karabulak South Kazakhstan, a village in Kazakhstan Karabulak Urban Okrug, a municipal formation which the town of republic significance of ...

Zeckendorf

Zeckendorf may refer to: Louis Zeckendorf, American pioneer William Zeckendorf, Jr. 1929-2014, real estate developer Zeckendorf v. Steinfeld, a case decided by the Supreme Court of the United States. Zeckendorf Realty, a real estate company owned ...

A. silvestrii

A. silvestrii may refer to: Amphisbaena silvestrii, a worm lizard species found in Brazil Argulus silvestrii, a carp louse, a parasitic crustacean species Aenictus silvestrii, Wheeler, 1929, an ant species in the genus Aenictus Acromyrmex silvest ...

P. silvestrii

P. silvestrii may refer to: Pegoscapus silvestrii Grandi, a fig wasp species in the genus Pegoscapus Pseudobiantes silvestrii, Mello-Leitão, 1944, a harvestman species in the genus Pseudobiantes and the family Epedanidae Paulownia silvestrii, a p ...