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Alfred Kokot

Kokot started his career playing with Kresy Chorzow and Bergknappen Chorzow during his youth years, with the latter being during World War Two. His first professional role came with Flota Gdynia after the war, later joining Lechia Gdansk in 1946. ...

1928 Australian Championships – Mixed Doubles

Second-seeded Daphne Akhurst and Jean Borotra won the final on a walkover against the first seeds Esna Boyd and Jack Hawkes, to win the Mixed Doubles tennis title at the 1928 Australian Championships. Originally this final as well as mens singles ...

Seeburg

Seeburg may refer to the following places: Seeburg, Brandenburg, part of the municipality of Dallgow-Doberitz, Brandenburg, Germany Seeburg, the German name for Jeziorany, in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, Poland Grobiņa in Latvia. Seeburg, Lo ...

Ge (surname)

Ge is a Chinese surname. One branch of the family originated from a shortening of the surname Zhuge. In 2013 it was found to be the 110th most common surname, composed of 1.95 million people or 0.150% of the total national population, with the pr ...

Xinjie

Xinjie may refer to: Xinjie Town, Jiayu County, Hubei Xinjie Subdistrict, Yixing, Jiangsu Xinjie Town, Ejin Horo Banner, Ordos Prefecture, Inner Mongolia; location of the Mausoleum of Genghis Khan Xinjie Village, Mingjian, Nantou County, Taiwan N ...

Cocktail (disambiguation)

A cocktail is a mixed drink containing alcohol. Cocktail may also refer to: Molotov cocktail, a crude incendiary weapon In scuba diving with a rebreather, slang for caustic liquid getting in circuit if water gets at its absorbent Fruit cocktail, ...

Usilampatti railway station

Usilampatti is a railway station on Madurai–Bodinayakkanur branch line. It is located in Madurai district, Tamil Nadu state, India. The station consists of two platforms, which are not well sheltered.

Khodadad

Khodadad may refer to: Khodadad, Kerman, a village in Iran Khodadad, alternate name of Keryeh Sheykh Ali Khodadad, a village in Iran Khodadad, alternate name of Kalateh-ye Khodadad, a village in Iran Behzad Khodadad born 1981, Iranian Taekwondo a ...

Isotta Fraschini Asso Caccia

The Isotta Fraschini Asso Caccia, a.k.a. Isotta Fraschini Asso-450 Caccia, was an air-cooled, supercharged V12 piston aero engine produced in the 1930s by Italian manufacturer Isotta Fraschini.

Hilltopper

St. Edwards Hilltoppers Ohio University – Chillicothe Georgetown University, before 1928 Western Michigan Hilltoppers Western Kentucky Hilltoppers West Liberty University, West Virginia

Adaev

Adaev was an administrative division of the Kazakh Autonomous Socialist Soviet Republic, corresponding in part to the Kazakh portion of the former Transcaspian Oblast, and to the present-day Mangystau Region of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In 1926 ...

Pak Yong-sok

Pak Yong-sok was a North Korean politician, member of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea, a government minister and a member of the Supreme People’s Assembly.

Gillian Genser

Gillian Genser is a Canadian sculptor based in Toronto. Her works are designed to make environmental statement about the negative impact of humans on other life on the planet and they involve natural materials like eggs shells, bones, coral and s ...

A50

Aerozine 50, a type of rocket fuel Junkers A50, a German sports plane of 1930s A-50, a caesium-containing additive in the fuel JP-7 Fiat A.50, a 1928 Italian seven-cylinder, air-cooled radial engine for aircraft A-50 Golden Eagle, a light attack ...

Essien

Essien may refer to: E. U. Essien-Udom born 1928, Nigerian professor Kweku Essien born 1984, Ghanaian footballer, currently playing for Eleven Wise Michael Essien born 1982, Ghanaian footballer, currently playing for Sabail FK. Loick Essien born ...

Michael Andrews

Michael Andrews may refer to: Michael Andrews artist 1928–1995, British artist Mike Andrews footballer born 1946, Australian rules football player for Fitzroy Michael Andrews rugby league born 1962, Australian rugby league footballer Michael Andr ...

Jay Johnson

Jay Johnson may refer to: Jay Johnson musician, guitar player and singer for Blackfoot and Skinny Molly Jay Johnson singer, Detroit doo-wop bass-baritone singer Jay W. Johnson, U.S. Democratic congressman from Wisconsin and director of the United ...

Frederick William Flower

Frederick William Flower is considered one of the pioneers of photography in Portugal. Most of his photographs from between 1849 and 1859 have been well-preserved.

Domna

Domna can refer to: Domna air base, air base in Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia Domna, Zabaykalsky Krai, a selo in Chitinsky District of Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia Domna, Republic of Buryatia, a selo village in Sosnovo-Ozersky Selsoviet of Yeravninsky Dis ...

Chancery

Chancery may refer to: Chancery medieval office, a medieval writing office Apostolic Chancery, a former office of the Roman Curia Chancery Standard of 15th century Middle English Diocesan chancery, which houses a dioceses curia Court of Chancery, ...

PBHS

PBHS may refer to: Paint Branch High School, founded in 1969 Burtonsville, Maryland, United States Pinetown Boys High School, founded in 1955 in Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Pretoria Boys High School, founded in 1901 in Pretoria, South A ...

Licinian Baths

The Licinian Baths are a classified monument in the city of Beja in the north-west of Tunisia. Located in the ruins of the ancient settlement of Dougga, they represent one of the most important thermal establishments in Roman Africa.

M22

M-22 Michigan highway, a state highway in Michigan M22 motorway Northern Ireland Highway M22 Ukraine M22 New York City bus, a New York City Bus route in Manhattan

Sergio Rodriguez (disambiguation)

Sergio Rodriguez is a Spanish basketball player. Sergio Rodriguez may also refer to: Sergio Rodriguez footballer, born 1978, Spanish footballer Sergio Rodriguez footballer, born 1992, Spanish footballer Sergio Rodriguez footballer, born 1989, Spa ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 12th Bristol district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 12th Bristol district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers parts of Bristol County and Plymouth County. Republica ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 10th Norfolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 10th Norfolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Norfolk County. Democrat Jeff Roy of Franklin ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Norfolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Norfolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of the city of Quincy in Norfolk County. Democrat ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 6th Norfolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 6th Norfolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Norfolk County. Democrat William Galvin of Cant ...

The Man in Hobbles

The Man in Hobbles is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by George Archainbaud and starring John Harron, Lila Lee and Lucien Littlefield. The films sets were designed by the art director Hervey Libbert.

Eric (disambiguation)

Erick, Oklahoma, second westernmost town in Beckham County, Oklahoma, United States Eric, California, a settlement in Kern County, California, United States Erich, Uttar Pradesh, a town and nagar panchayat in Jhansi district, Uttar Pradesh, India

National Federation of Chemical Industries

The National Federation of Chemical Industries is a trade union representing workers in the chemical industry in France. The union was founded in 1907 as the Oil and Gas Workers Federation, as an affiliate of the General Confederation of Labour C ...

Vlaglied

Vlaglied is a South African patriotic song from the 20th century. It is an ode dedicated to the former South African flag that was used from 1928 to 1994. The song was notably used during the apartheid era as a de facto flag anthem.

Kevin Phillips

Kevin Phillips may refer to: Kevin Phillips ice hockey born 1986, English ice hockey player Kevin Phillips political commentator born 1940, American political commentator and writer Kevin Phillips actor born 1981, American actor Kevin Phillips fo ...

Alappuzha-Chennai Express

Alappuzha - MGR Chennai Central SF Express is a class of Superfast Express train that runs Daily from Chennai Central to Alappuzha. It is one of the oldest trains in the Southern Railway zone of the Indian Railways It is one of the prestigious tr ...

La Unions 1st congressional district

La Unions 1st congressional district is one of the two congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of La Union. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Ass ...

Bohols 1st congressional district

Bohols 1st congressional district is one of the three congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Bohol. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Assembl ...

Bohols 2nd congressional district

Bohols 2nd congressional district is one of the three congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Bohol. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Assembl ...

Leytes 3rd congressional district

Leytes 3rd congressional district is one of the five congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Leyte. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Assembly ...

Tarlacs 1st congressional district

Tarlacs 1st congressional district is one of the three congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Tarlac. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Assem ...

La Unions 2nd congressional district

La Unions 2nd congressional district is one of the two congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of La Union. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Ass ...

Ilocos Surs 2nd congressional district

Ilocos Surs 2nd congressional district is one of the two congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Ilocos Sur. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine ...

Samars 2nd congressional district

Samars 2nd congressional district is one of the two congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Samar. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Assembly ...

Pampangas 1st congressional district

Pampangas 1st congressional district is one of the four congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Pampanga. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine As ...

John Patterson Sampson

John Patterson Sampson, D. D. was an American abolitionist, newspaper publisher, judge, and minister. He was born free to James Drawhorn Sampson and Fanny Kellogg Sampson on August 13, 1837 or 1838 in Wilmington, North Carolina. His grandparents ...

The Little Rascals (disambiguation)

The Little Rascals refers to producer Hal Roachs 1929–1938 Our Gang theatrical short film comedies, syndicated for television under that title since 1955. The Little Rascals or Little Rascals may also refer to: The child actors from the Our Gang ...

Kelley

United States Kelley, Iowa Kelley Square, in Worcester, Massachusetts Kelleytown, Georgia Kelley Hill in Fort Benning, Georgia Kelleys Island, Ohio Kelley Park, in San Jose, California Kelley Township, Ripley County, Missouri Antarctica Kelley Sp ...

Dicky

Dicky, Dickey, Dickie, or plurals thereof may refer to: Clothing: Dickey garment, a type of false shirt-front Dickies, a brand of clothing People: Dickey name, a list of persons with the surname, nickname or given name Dicky name, a list of perso ...

Stout (disambiguation)

Stout Army Air Field, an airfield in Indianapolis, Indiana Stout, Iowa, a city Stout Creek in Michigan Stout, Colorado, a former town Stout, Ohio, a village also called Rome

SEAC

SEAC may refer to: SEAC computer, a first-generation electronic computer built in 1950 Southeastern Athletic Conference, an intercollegiate athletic conference of historically black colleges and universities in the United States 1929–1961 Student ...

Poul Dalsager

Poul Christian Dalsager was a Danish Social Democrats politician. He was Denmarks Minister of Agriculture of the second Government of Anker Jorgensen, from February 1975 to August 1978, and Minister of Fisheries February 1975 to February 1977. In ...