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Nina And The Neurons

Nina and the Neurons is a programme shown on the CBeebies channel aimed at four to six-year-olds to help them understand basic science. Nina is a neuroscientist who enlists the help of five Neurons in her brain to answer a scientific question. Th ...

Hank Irvine

Born in Bulawayo, Irvine was a student of Prince Edward School in Salisbury and played a variety of sports early in life. He was a world ranked squash player and also represented Rhodesia in field hockey. A school teacher by profession, he played ...

HomeEquity Bank

HomeEquity Bank is a Schedule 1 Canadian Chartered Bank, founded in 1986 as the Canadian Home Income Plan Corporation. HomeEquity Bank is the first Canadian bank to offer reverse mortgages to Canadian homeowners aged 55 and over, and is owned by ...

Nancie Rideout

Nancie Rideout Robertson was an American professional water skier. During her competitive career, Rideout won the inaugural Masters and two World Championships in jump.

Harshvardhan Joshi

Harshvardhan Joshi is an Indian mountaineer from Vasai, Maharashtra who is attempting to summit Mt. Everest while creating awareness about Solar Energy. He is an IT Engineer by education, but he is in the field of mountaineering since 2016, and s ...

Mrika Nikçi

Mrika Nikçi is an Albanian mountaineer from the Republic of Kosovo. She is the first Albanian and the youngest female in the world to climb all the Seven Summits. On 15 August 2019, as a seventeen years old, she became the youngest female in the ...

1995 NCAA Skiing Championships

The 1995 NCAA Skiing Championships were contested at the Wildcat Mountain Ski Area in Jackson, New Hampshire as the 42nd annual NCAA-sanctioned ski tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of mens and womens collegiate s ...

1992 NCAA Skiing Championships

The 1992 NCAA Skiing Championships were contested at the Wildcat Mountain Ski Area in Jackson, New Hampshire as the 39th annual NCAA-sanctioned ski tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of mens and womens collegiate s ...

1994 NCAA Skiing Championships

The 1994 NCAA Skiing Championships were contested at Sugarloaf ski resort in Carrabassett Valley, Maine as the 40th annual NCAA-sanctioned ski tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of mens and womens collegiate slalom ...

1993 NCAA Skiing Championships

The 1993 NCAA Skiing Championships were contested at the Steamboat Ski Resort on Mount Werner near Steamboat Springs, Colorado as the 39th annual NCAA-sanctioned ski tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of mens and w ...

1991 NCAA Skiing Championships

The 1991 NCAA Skiing Championships were contested at the Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah as the 38th annual NCAA-sanctioned ski tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of mens and womens collegiate slalom a ...

1990 NCAA Skiing Championships

The 1990 NCAA Skiing Championships were contested at the Stowe Mountain Resort in Stowe, Vermont as the 37th annual NCAA-sanctioned ski tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of mens and womens collegiate slalom and cr ...

1988 NCAA Skiing Championships

The 1988 NCAA Skiing Championships were contested at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl in Hancock, Vermont as part of the 35th annual NCAA-sanctioned ski tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of mens and womens collegi ...

1989 NCAA Skiing Championships

The 1989 NCAA Skiing Championships were contested at the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming as the 36th annual NCAA-sanctioned ski tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of mens and womens collegiate ...

Florian NuSle

Florian NuSle is an Austrian snooker player from Graz. In 2016, aged 16, he was the youngest Austrian national snooker champion.

1990 Belgian Masters

The 1990 Belgian Masters was an invitational snooker tournament played at the Sporthal Schijnpoort in Antwerp in September 1990. John Parrott won the title by beating Jimmy White 9–6 in the final. The final was televised live in Belgium. White wo ...

Waist (disambiguation)

Waist is the narrow point of the body between the ribcage and hips. Other meanings derive from this by extension. Waist, the narrowest part of a laser beam, see Gaussian beam Waist clothing is also a term for the bodice of a dress for a blouse or ...

Highway One (film)

In 2018, the film was rediscovered by ABCs investigative team and revealed it features Trudie Adams when she was 18 years old, a year before she went missing in June 1978. In the film, Adams plays the girlfriend of the main character and footage ...

Jorge Gambra

Jorge Gambra Said is a Chilean former international table tennis player. He competed in tournaments for his native country but has lived in Spain since 1989. A two-time Olympian for Chile, Gambra first appeared at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seou ...

Anne Winton

Anne Winton was former ballerina and martial artist from Brewster County, Texas who acted in 2 films during the 1970s. One of them was When Taekwondo Strikes which she co-starred in. She became a first in that she was the first Caucasian female m ...

Adirondack

Adirondack Mountains, New York, US Adirondack Park, a protected area in the US, containing a large portion of the Adirondack Mountains Adirondack County, New York, a proposed county in New York Adirondack, New York, a place in New York

Jack Ferguson (disambiguation)

Jack Ferguson was an Australian politician. Jack Ferguson may also refer to: Jack Ferguson golfer, Scottish golfer Jack Ferguson footballer 1901–1966, Australian rules footballer who played with South Melbourne Jack Ferguson Award, awarded each y ...

Antonino Pizzolato

Antonino Pizzolato is an Italian weightlifter, and European Champion competing in the 85 kg category until 2018 and 81 kg starting in 2018 after the International Weightlifting Federation reorganized the categories.

Seven Year Itch (disambiguation)

The seven-year itch, a psychological term that suggests that happiness declines after around year seven after a marriage Scabies or seven year itch, a parasitic skin infection

Raj Singh (wrestler)

Munraj Sahota is a Canadian professional wrestler known by the ring name Raj Singh. He is currently working in Impact Wrestling under the ring name Raj Singh, where he is a member of The Desi Hit Squad.

New Year Dash!! (2020)

New Year Dash!! was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by New Japan Pro-Wrestling. It took place on January 6, 2020, one day after Wrestle Kingdom 14, which is generally considered to be NJPWs biggest show of the year. The event ...

Group Therapy (Sivion album)

Group Therapy is the fourth studio album by Dallas-based Christian hip hop artist Sivion. It features guest appearances by 26 other artists, including Manchild, Sintax the Terrific, Ozay Moore, Sareem Poems, Propaganda, Jurny Big, Zane, Macho, DJ ...

Robert Hess

Robert Hess may refer to: Robert Hess cocktail expert, American cocktail expert, blogger and technology evangelist for Microsoft Robert chess player born 1991, American chess grandmaster Robert Hess college president 1932–1994, American historian ...

Alexander Cunningham (disambiguation)

Alexander Cunningham was a British archaeologist and the father of the Archaeological Survey of India. Alexander Cunningham is also the name of: Alexander Cunningham jurist 1655–1730, academic and chess player, often confused with the historian A ...

Hase (disambiguation)

Keiji Hase 長谷 景治, born 1925, Japanese swimmer Patrick Hase, a Hong Kong based historian and a retired civil servant Johann Matthias Hase 1684–1742, German mathematician and astronomer Paul von Hase 1885–1944, German career soldier Generalleut ...

Matthew White

Matthew White or Matt White is the name of: Musicians Matt White musician born 1980, American singer-songwriter signed to Rykodisc Matthew White countertenor born 1973, Canadian countertenor Matthew E. White born 1982, American singer-songwriter, ...

Prescott

Samuel Prescott Hildreth, American physician, scientist, and historian Prescott E. Bloom, American lawyer and politician Prescott Bush, American banker and politician James Prescott Joule, English physicist Samuel Prescott Bush, American industri ...

Frank Taylor

Frank Taylor may refer to: Frank Taylor Irish politician 1914–1998, Irish Fine Gael Party politician and TD, 1969–1981 Frank Harold Taylor 1896–1985, World War I flying ace Frank Taylor British politician 1907–2003, English Conservative MP for Ma ...

James Hunter

Jamie Hunter River City, a fictional character on River City James H. Hunter 1890–1982, Scottish-born Canadian Christian mystery writer James Hunter military artist 1755–1792, military artist in British India James Hunter singer born 1962, Englis ...

James ODonnell

James ODonnell may refer to: James ODonnell rugby union 1860–1942, New Zealand rugby player James ODonnell organist born 1961, organist of Westminster Abbey James J. ODonnell, former provost of Georgetown University James ODonnell politician 1840 ...

Chris Bailey

Chris Bailey may refer to: Chris Bailey animator born 1962, American animator and director Chris Bailey musician born 1957, co-founder and singer of rock band The Saints Chris Bailey author born 1989, Canadian writer and productivity consultant C ...

David Dixon (disambiguation)

David Dixon is a British actor who played the role of Ford Prefect on The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. David Dixon is also the name of: David Dippie Dixon 1842–1929, amateur historian in Northumberland David Dixon businessman 1923–2010, Ameri ...

David Thomson

David Kinnear Thomson 1910–1992, Scottish businessman David Thomson, 3rd Baron Thomson of Fleet born 1957, Canadian businessman David Coupar Thomson 1861–1954, Scottish publisher, founder of D. C. Thomson & Co.

George Andrews

George Andrews may refer to: George Rex Andrews 1808–1873, U.S. Representative from New York George Andrews adjutant general 1850–1928, Adjutant General of the U.S. Army from 1912 to 1914 George William Andrews Canadian politician 1869–1943, Cana ...

Christopher Lee (disambiguation)

Chris Lee producer born c.1956, film producer and former head of Columbia/TriStar Chris Lee or Li Yuchun born 1984, Chinese singer Chris Lee or Krasp born 1975, American musician and drummer for downset. Chris Chan Lee, Asian American filmmaker C ...

David Hall

David Hall rugby league born 1968, Australian rugby league footballer of the 1980s and 1990s David Hall rugby union born 1980, New Zealand Dave Hall rugby league, rugby league footballer of the 1980s for Great Britain, and Hull Kingston Rovers Da ...

George Wood

Pseudonym for Fritz Kolbe 1900–1971, German spy for the U.S. during World War II George Adam Wood 1767–1831, British Army officer of the Napoleonic Era George Wood British Army officer 1898–1982, during World War II

V. P. Menon: The Unsung Architect of Modern India

V.P. Menon: The Unsung Architect of Modern India is a non-fiction book by Indian historian Narayani Basu, published by Simon & Schuster India in 2020. The book is a biography of V. P. Menon, an Indian civil servant who assisted Sardar Patel in th ...

Olympic Legacy Program

The Olympic Legacy Program was an initiative taken in effort to revitalize many of Atlanta’s public housing projects in the early 1990s in preparation for hosting the 1996 Olympic Games. The initiative, guided by the principals of" new urbanism” ...

Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry Building

The Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry Building, also known as the KCCI Building, is a heritage building in central Karachi, Pakistan dating from 1934. Its foundation stone was laid by Gandhi in July 1934. It currently serves as headquarter ...

Talon Esports

Talon Esports is a professional esports organisation based in Hong Kong with teams competing across the Asia Pacific. Its League of Legends team competes in the Pacific Championship Series, the top-level league for the game in Taiwan, Hong Kong, ...

2020 NCAA Division I softball rankings

The following human polls make up the 2020 NCAA Division I womens softball rankings. The NFCA/USA Today Poll is voted on by a panel of 32 Division I softball coaches. The ESPN.com/USA Softball Collegiate Poll is voted on by a panel of 20 voters. ...

Gregoire Margotton

Gregoire Margotton is a French sports journalist who has worked for French television channels Canal+ and TF1. Since 2018, he has been the main presenter of the TF1 football programme Telefoot.

Brooke Borel

Brooke Borel most famous work was her book Infested: How the Bed Bug Infiltrated Our Bedrooms and Took Over the World. She has also written about biotech in agriculture and pesticides used on cannabis. She became most noted for writing the histor ...

Michael Cole

Michael Cole footballer, born 1937, English association football player Mike Cole baseball, college baseball coach Michael Cole footballer born 1966, English association football player