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Breeders Plate

The Breeders Plate is an Australian Turf Club Group 3 Thoroughbred horse race, for two year old colts and geldings, held with set weight conditions, over a distance of 1000 metres at Randwick Racecourse in Sydney, Australia in early October. Tota ...

I. D. Fairchild

I. D. Fairchild was a Democratic Texas legislator that served in the Texas House of Representatives and the Texas Senate. Fairchild died in a motor vehicle accident during his tenure.

Kentucky Library Association

The Kentucky Library Association is a professional organization for Kentuckys librarians and library workers. It is headquartered in Prospect, Kentucky. It was founded on June 28, 1906, in Louisville, Kentucky with 52 charter members. Its origina ...

What is man?

What Is Man?, a book by Wolfhart Pannenberg Psalm 8, verse 4 begins with this question and may be the origin thereof. What is Man, a 1970 book by David Jenkins What Is Man? a 1923 work by John Arthur Thomson What Is Man? Twain essay, essay writte ...

Desert Places

Desert Places is a poem written by the twentieth century American poet Robert Frost. The poem was originally written in 1933 and appeared in The American Mercury in April 1934 before being collected in his 1936 book A Further Range. The book was ...

First Amendment (disambiguation)

The First Amendment or Amendment One/1 may refer to the: First Amendment to the United States Constitution, regarding freedom of speech, freedom of the press, religious freedom, freedom of assembly, and right to petition North Carolina Amendment ...

Franklin Interurban Railway

The Franklin Interurban Railway, also known as the Nashville Interurban, was an electric interurban rail line in Tennessee between 1908 and 1942 that ran between Franklin and Nashville, a distance of about 20 miles. It left hourly between Frankli ...

Kotshila Junction railway station

Kotshila Junction railway station is a railway station of Adra railway division of the South Eastern Railway zone of the Indian Railways. It serve the nearby area of Kotshila town in the Purulia district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

20.000 Leagues Under the Sea (disambiguation)

20.000 Leagues Under the Sea refers to Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, a classic 1870 science fiction novel by Jules Verne. 20.000 Leagues Under the Sea may also refer to: 20.000 Leagues Under the Sea Tokyo DisneySea, an attraction at Toky ...

Geodia gallica

Geodia gallica is a species of sponge in the family Geodiidae. The species was first described by Lendenfeld in 1907. It is found in the coastal waters of Agulhas Bank, next to South Africa.

Honey bear

The sloth bear of Indian subcontinent, also with light-colored upper-chest fur The American black bear, famous for honey being part of its diet Kinkajou, a rainforest mammal native to Central and South America The sun bear of Southeast Asia, whic ...

Henry L. Bridges

Henry Lee Bridges was an American lawyer and politician. A Democrat, he served as the Auditor of North Carolina from 1947 to 1981.

Hazari

Hazari may refer to: the Hazaras, an ethnic group of Afghanistan Hazara, Pakistan, a region in northern Pakistan something of, or related to, several of the entities referred to as "Hazara", particularly Hezari, Chabahar, a village in Iran Northe ...

JZ

JZ, J/Z, or J-Z may refer to: People: Jacob Zuma b. 1942, South African politician John Zachary Young 1907–1997, English zoologist generally known as "JZ" JZ Knight b. 1946, US CEO of JZK Inc. and channeller Jay-Z b. 1969, US rap/hip hop performe ...

Traitors Gate (disambiguation)

Fusiliers Arch in Dublin, Ireland, erected 1907 and named "Traitors Gate" by critics Traitors Gate, Murshidabad, gate of the palace at Mushidabad, India

Antilles (disambiguation)

Antilles may refer to: Lesser Antilles Netherlands Antilles Leeward Antilles Greater Antilles Antilles, a group of islands in the Caribbean Sea Three unrelated characters in the Star Wars universe SS Antilles, an American passenger-cargo ship bui ...

Li Jianzhen

Li Jianzhen was a female Peoples Republic of China politician. She was born in Fengshun County, Guangdong. A follower of Peng Pai, she participated in the Guangzhou Uprising of 1927. As a member of the Chinese Red Army, she was active in Changtin ...

Hupan University

Hupan University is a corporate business school located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China. It was founded in 2015 by Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Group, a multinational technology conglomerate.

Alberto Lopez Arce

Alberto Lopez Arce was one of Cubas leading chess players in the late 1930s. He played for Cuba in the 8th Chess Olympiad in Buenos Aires. On the 2nd board, Alberto Lopez Arce played 15 games, of which he won one against Povilas Vaitonis and tied ...

Mohammad Ayub

Mohammad Ayub may refer to: Master Ayub, Pakistani teacher who runs an open air, free of cost, school in Islamabad since 1986 Mohammad Ayub Bagram captive 2006, son of Mohammad Usman, listed on a habeas petition, see List of Bagram captives Moham ...

Al-Muzaffar

Al-Muzaffar may refer to: al-Muzaffar Ghazi died 1247, Ayyubid ruler of Mayyafariqin 1220–1247 al-Muzaffar Mosque, a mosque in Multan Mozaffar ad-Din Shah Qajar 1853–1907, fifth Qajar shah of Persia 1896–1907 Habbus al-Muzaffar, ruler of the taif ...

Maria Raunio

Maria Raunio was a Finnish educator and politician. A member of the Social Democratic Party, she was elected to Parliament in 1907 as one of the first group of female MPs. She remained an MP until 1910.

Finnish Social Democratic Journalists Union

The Finnish Social Democratic Journalists Union is a trade union representing journalists in Finland. The union was founded in 1907 in Tampere, by journalists working for publications of the Social Democratic Party of Finland. Its first president ...

Marie Conway Oemler

Marie Conway Oemler was an American author from Georgia. She wrote numerous books and was a contributor to publications including The Century Magazine, Harpers Bazaar, Womens Home Companion, and Ladies Home Journal. Her books Slippy McGee and A W ...

USS San Felipe (YFB-12)

San Felipe was a United States Army steel tugboat that later served as a ferryboat in the U.S. Navy and as an Imperial Japanese Army transport during World War II.

Robert OBrien

Robert OBrien may refer to: Robert C. OBrien attorney born 1966, US National Security Advisor Robert OBrien RAF officer active 1990s, former Air Secretary Robert C. OBrien author 1918–1973, US journalist and childrens book author Robert OBrien ra ...

Robert Bauer (disambiguation)

Robert Bauer is an American attorney who served as White House Counsel in the administration of President Barack Obama. Robert Bauer may also refer to: Robert Bauer mycologist 1950–2014, German mycologist Robert Albert Bauer 1910–2003, US Foreign ...

Sensi

"Sensi", a 2012 single by Anna Tatangelo "Sensi", a song by Long Beach Dub Allstars featuring Tippa Irie, from their 1999 album Right Back Sensible Soccer, a series of association football soccer video games

Saint Ignatius College

Saint Ignatius College may refer to: In Australia Saint Ignatius College, Geelong, Victoria, Australia Saint Ignatius College, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Saint Ignatius College, Riverview, New South Wales, Australia In Ireland Colaiste ...

Janna van der Meulen

Janna de Boer-van der Meulen was a Dutch kortebaanschaatsen speed skater. Van der Meulen was born in Warga. When she was nine years old, she won her first girls race in Warga. A few years later she won a silver bracelet, and she moved to Grouw. V ...

Sucha

Sucha may refer to the following places: Sucha, Swidwin County in West Pomeranian Voivodeship north-west Poland Sucha, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship north Poland Sucha, Radom County in Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Sucha Beskidzka in Le ...

Don Walker

Don or Donald Walker may refer to: Don Walker Australian footballer 1873–1932, Australian rules footballer Donald Walker politician 1949–2009, American politician Donald Walker cricketer 1912–1941, English cricketer Don Walker orchestrator 1907–1 ...

Western Islands

Western Islands may refer to the: Pattiw Western areas in the Caroline Islands region, being Yap, Palau, and from 1907 Saipan. Various parts of the Caroline Islands Faichuk, Caroline Islands, Micronesia Western Islands Ontario in Georgian Bay, On ...

Command and Staff College (disambiguation)

The Command and Staff College was established in 1907 at Quetta, Balochistan, British India, now in Pakistan. Command and Staff College may also refer to: Fouad Shehab Command and Staff College, Lebanon Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell Air ...

Neuendorf

Neuendorf B, in the district Ostvorpommern, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Neuendorf, Saxony-Anhalt, in the district Altmarkkreis Salzwedel, Saxony-Anhalt Neuendorf Bruck, a village near Bruck in Brandenburg Neuendorf A, in the district Ostvorpommern, Me ...

Werner Muller

Werner Muller may refer to: Werner Muller musician 1920–1998, German musician Werner Mueller sport shooter, Austrian competitor in shooting at the 1988 Summer Paralympics Werner Muller ethnologist 1907–1990, German ethnologist and symbologist Wer ...

State university (disambiguation)

A state university is a state-funded institution in one of the state university systems in the United States. State university may also refer to: Several universities in Ukraine, see List of universities in Ukraine Belarusian State University Sta ...

Lester White

The Women Men Marry 1937 The Longest Night 1936 Womens Prison 1955 Calm Yourself 1935 Miss Annie Rooney 1942 A Wicked Woman 1934 The Prizefighter and the Lady 1933 Calling Dr. Kildare 1939 Henry Goes Arizona 1939 Sherlock Holmes in Washington 194 ...

Rachel Carson (disambiguation)

Rachel Carson was a marine biologist and nature writer whose writings are credited with advancing the global environmental movement. Rachel Carson may also refer to: Rachel Carson film, an episode of American Experience series Rachel Carson Run, ...

Cautionary Tales

A cautionary tale is a story where a person ignores a warning and commits a dangerous or forbidden act, which leads to an unpleasant outcome. Cautionary Tale or Cautionary Tales may also refer to:

Dozsa Gyorgy Street Synagogue

The Dozsa Gyorgy Street Synagogue Budapest XIII. district synagogue. Originally used as a synagogue, the building is now used by the Budapest Honved Fencing Hall, and the religious building continues in a smaller building formerly used as a cultu ...

Maureen Constance Guinness

Maureen Constance Guinness, Countess of Dufferin and Ava was an Irish socialite, known as one of the "Guinness Golden Girls".

Revans

Revan Nath, 7th or 8th Navnath. Reg Revans 1907–2003, academic who pioneered the use of action learning. John Revans, secretary to the English Poor Law Commission. Samuel Revans c.1807–1888, New Zealand newspaper owner.

C.V.R. (automobile)

C.V.R., Automobiles C.V.R. was a manufacturer of automobiles in Paris, France, from 1906 until 1907. It was founded when Automobiles Couverchel moved the business from Neuilly-sur-Seine to Boulogne-Billancourt.

Stan Brown

Stan Brown footballer 1941–2018, English footballer Stan Brown ice hockey 1898–1987, Canadian ice hockey defenceman Stan Brown basketball 1929–2009, American basketball player Stan Brown Australian footballer 1921–1994, Australian rules footballe ...

The Shepherd of the Hills (1964 film)

The Shepherd of the Hills is a 1964 American western film directed by Ben Parker and starring Richard Arlen, James Middleton and Sherry Lynn. It is based on Harold Bell Wrights 1907 novel The Shepherd of the Hills.

Indomitable

Indomitable Spirit, a book authored by A. P. J. Abdul Kalam "Indomitable" short story, a short story by Terry Brooks, published in Robert Silverbergs Legends II, which serves as an epilogue to The Wishsong of Shannara Early drafts of Herman Melvi ...

A Christmas Carol (disambiguation)

A Christmas Carol is an 1843 novella by Charles Dickens. A Christmas Carol, Christmas Carol, or The Christmas Carol may also refer to: Christmas carol, a type of song sung at Christmas

June bug

The figeater beetle Cotinis mutabilis, of the western and southwestern United States The green June beetle Cotinis nitida, of the southeastern United States The European chafer Rhizotrogus majalis / Amphimallon majalis, a beetle native to contine ...

Zanesville (disambiguation)

Zanesville may refer to some places in the United States: Zanesville High School Zanesville Municipal Airport The Zanesville Indians, a minor-league baseball team 1944-1950 The Zanesville Infants, a baseball team 1908-1909 Zanesville, Ohio, popul ...