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G12

G12, G.12 or G-12 may be: G12 postcode, covering most of the West End of Glasgow Sydvaranger G12, two 1954 and 1956 EMD G12 diesel-electric locomotives Canon Powershot G12, a digital camera manufactured by Canon EMD G12, a 1950s American diesel l ...

Maggiore

Monte Maggiori or Ucka, a mountain range in Croatia Isola Maggiore, the second largest island on Lake Trasimeno, Umbria, Italy Lake Maggiore, located at northwestern Italy and southern Switzerland Fontana Maggiore, a fountain in Perugia, Italy Po ...

D24

D24 may refer to: HMS Tracker D24, a 1942 British Attacker -class escort carrier D24, abbreviation for Dublin 24, a postal district D24, station number for Iyaguchi Station in Miyoshi, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan D24, or Sultan, a durian cultivar ...

Arnold Seppo

Arnold Seppo was Estonian surgeon and traumatologist. 1941 he graduated from Leningrad I Medical Institute. 1941-1946 he was surgeon of 8th Estonian Rifle Corps. From 1947 to 1949 he worked as a researcher at the Estonian Academy of Sciences, and ...

Natalia

Natalia Spanish singer born 1982 Natalia Belgian singer born 1980 Natalia Greek singer born 1983 Natalia given name, list of people with this name

Japanese cargo ship Shinyō Maru No. 3 (1917)

Shinyō Maru No. 3 or Sinyo Maru No. 3 was an American-built Japanese cargo ship during World War II.

Bhairav

Bhairav Gujarat, a village in Gujarat, India Bhairab Nath, a village in Bajhang District in the Seti Zone of Nepal Bhairab Upazila, an Upazila of Kishoreganj district, Dhaka Division, Bangladesh Bhairab River, a river in the south of Bangladesh K ...

N6

N6 road South Africa, a national road connecting East London and Bloemfontein N6 road Luxembourg N6 road Switzerland N6 road Gabon N6 road France N6 road Belgium, a road connecting Brussels over Halle, Soignies and Mons N6 road Senegal N6 road Ir ...

Wladimir A. Smirnoff

Wladimir Alexandre Smirnoff or Vladimir A. Smirnoff was a Soviet-born entomologist who worked in French Morocco and Canada on biological control particularly for the use of Bacillus thuringiensis for the management of forest insects. Smirnoff was ...

Hearts Desire

Hearts Desire may refer to: "Hearts Desire" Lee Roy Parnell song, a 1996 country song "Hearts Desire" Ron Sexsmith song, a 2002 pop song Hearts Desire 1917 film, a 1917 American drama silent film "Hearts Desire", a song by Billy Joe Royal Hearts ...

Tamarack (disambiguation)

Camp Tamarack, New Jersey Tamarack Resort, all-season resort southwest of Donnelly in Valley County, Idaho Camp Tamarack, Indiana Tamarack Flat Campground, campground in Yosemite National Park, California Camp Tamarack Oregon Tamarack Camps, summ ...

67th Regiment

67th Regiment or 67th Infantry Regiment may refer to: 67th Infantry Regiment, a unit of the Ottoman Empire during World War I which fought at the Battle of Beersheba 1917 67th Armored Regiment, a armoured unit of the US Army 67th South Hampshire ...

SP1

SP1 and variants may refer to: Sp1 transcription factor, a human protein Service pack 1, a collection of computer program patches and alterations Vektor SP1/SP2, a pistol Skulduggery Pleasant novel, a young adult fiction novel by Derek Landy Shap ...

SP2

SP2 may refer to: Honda VTR1000 SP-2, known as the RC51 in some markets, a 1000cc V-twin sports motorcycle produced between 2000 and 2006. Steel Panthers 2: Modern Battles, a 1996 computer war game in the Steel Panthers series Service pack 2, a c ...

10th Division

10th Infantry Division Greece 10th Infantry Division Regular Army United States {World War I" 10th Ersatz Division German Empire 10th Infantry Division Poland 10th Division South Africa 10th Parachute Division France 10th Division German Empire 1 ...

Luciano Angeloni

Luciano Angeloni was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who spent his career in the diplomatic service of the Holy See.

Man of war

Man of war may refer to: Portuguese man o war, also referred to as Portuguese man of war, a floating marine colonial hydrozoa Max Manus: Man of War, a 2008 Norwegian World War II film Man-of-war, refers to any type of heavily armed warship from t ...

Free Territory (disambiguation)

Free Territory, or Makhnovia, was an anarchist society during the Ukrainian Revolution 1917–1921. Free Territory may also refer to: Free area of the Republic of China, a legal and political description of territories under the control of the Repu ...

Changqi

Changqi may refer to: Changqi, Guizhou 长碛村, village in Xinjian Township, Fenggang County, Zunyi City, Guizhou, China Changqi, Guangzhou 长岐镇, town in Huazhou, Maoming, Guangzhou, China; see List of township-level divisions of Guangdong#Huazh ...

17th Division

17th Infantry Division Bangladesh 17th Indian Division – British Indian Army during World War I 17th Infantry Division Pavia Kingdom of Italy 17th Infantry Division Poland 17th Infantry Division India 17th Infantry Division Greece 17th Division G ...

18th Division

18th Infantry Division Poland 18th Infantry Division United Kingdom, a World War II division 18th Division Imperial Japanese Army 18th Indian Division – British Indian Army during World War I 18th Infantry Division Wehrmacht, Germany 18th Guards ...

Peebles (disambiguation)

Peebles is a town in Scotland. Peebles may also refer to: Peebles store, a department store chain in the eastern United States Peebles House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina SS Peebles or SS Gracechurch, a car ...

Brownout

Brownout may refer to: Brownout album, studio album by American band Head Set Brownout aeronautics, reduced flight visibility due to airborne particles, especially from helicopter downwash Brownout software engineering, a technique inspired by br ...

All Aboard

All Aboard, an album by Locomotiv GT All Aboard Side Effect album, 1982 All Aboard: A Tribute to Johnny Cash "All Aboard" Romeo Santos song, featuring Lil Wayne All Aboard! John Denver album, 1997 "All Aboard", a song by The Lucky Monkeys

Watchman

Watchman film, a 2019 Tamil thriller film Watchmen TV series, a TV series adaptation of the comic book and feature film Watchmen film, the 2009 film adaptation of the comic book Watchmen, a 1986 comic book limited series by Alan Moore and Dave Gi ...

Newark Bears (disambiguation)

The Newark Bears is the name of four different sports teams: Newark Bears, a name used by a descendant of the Orange/Newark Tornadoes after it was bought by the Chicago Bears Newark Bears International League, the original baseball team beginning ...

America First

America First Committee, a group that opposed entry of the United States into World War II, founded 1940 America First Association, a patriotic propaganda organization established in Minnesota, United States in 1917 America First policy, a policy ...

Peter McNeil (architect)

Peter Aloysius McNeil was a Canadian architect and politician. Born in Dominion, Nova Scotia, the eighth son and tenth child of a coal miner, McNeil worked as a farm labourer and carpenters helper until the Second World War, joining the Royal Can ...

Rene Marcil

Rene Marcil was a painter and fashion illustrator. He spent most of his professional life in New York, Paris, London and the French Riviera. Marcil played a central role in the successful post-war launch of Christian Dior’s New Look collection in ...

Go west, young man

Go west, young man may refer to: "Go West, young man", a quote often attributed to American author Horace Greeley concerning Americas expansion westward

Handy Man (disambiguation)

A handyman is a person competent in a variety of trade skills. Handy Man may also refer to: "Handy Man" song, a rock and roll song written by Jimmy Jones and Otis Blackwell "Handy-Man", a nickname of Homo habilis, the earliest known species of th ...

Bilby (disambiguation)

A bilby is an Australian animal. Bilby may also refer to: People Bilby, a variant of the surname Bilbe Richard Bilby 1931-1998, United States district judge for Arizona John S. Bilby 1832–1919, founder of the Bilby Ranch, USA Grahame Bilby born 1 ...

Gribble (disambiguation)

Julian Royds Gribble 1897–1918, English Victoria Cross recipient Mark Gribble born 1969, English cricketer B. F. Gribble 1872–1962, British marine artist David Gribble, Australian cinematographer Matt Gribble 1962–2004, US Olympic swimmer Bernard ...

Lydia (disambiguation)

Lydia film, a 1941 film by Julien Duvivier HMS Lydia, a fictional ship commanded by Horatio Hornblower in The Happy Return, a novel by C.S. Forester Lydia play, a play by Octavio Solis

Kohinoor (disambiguation)

Kohinoor most commonly refers to the Koh-i-Noor, a 105.6 metric carats diamond, weighing 21.6 g, once the largest known diamond. Kohinoor may also refer to:

Montclair

Upper Montclair, New Jersey Montclair, New Jersey Montclair Public Library Montclair Art Museum Montclair State University Montclair, Virginia Montclair, Onslow County, North Carolina Montclair Quincy, Massachusetts, a neighborhood in Quincy Suns ...

Sean Collins

Sean Collins ice hockey, born 1988, Canadian player for Columbus Blue Jackets and Washington Capitals Sean Collins ice hockey defenseman born 1983, American player for Washington Capitals Sean Collins ice hockey forward, born 1983, American playe ...

Virgilia (disambiguation)

Virgilia may refer to: Virgilia Hazard, a fictitious abolitionist character in the popular TV mini-series North and South A common name for Cladrastis kentukea, a tree of eastern North America Virgilia ship, 1918, a ship of the Cunard line that s ...

Ostmark

Ostmark is a German term meaning either Eastern march when applied to territories or Eastern Mark when applied to currencies. Ostmark may refer to: Ostmark Austria, Austrias name when it was part of Nazi Germany Ostmark was a Gau of the Nazi Part ...

Linz (disambiguation)

Places Linz on the Danube is the third-largest city in Austria. Linz am Rhein is a small German town on the Rhine. People Roland Linz born 1981, Austrian footballer Alex D. Linz born 1989, American actor Phil Linz born 1939, American baseball pla ...

Dobro Polje (disambiguation)

Dobro Polje can also refer to: Dobro Pole or Dobro Polie, a peak on border between Macedonia and Greece Dobro Polje, a village in the municipality of Kalinovik, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina Battle of Dobro Pole, a World War I battle, ...

Santa Rosalia

Santa Rosalia Airport Santa Rosalia, Vichada, Colombia Santa Rosalia, Tamaulipas, a place in Mexican area code 891 Santa Rosalia, Jalisco Santa Rosalia, Chihuahua, a place in Matamoros, Mexico Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Carrillo

Carrillo canton, the fifth division of Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica Carrillo Airport, which serves Puerto Carrillo Puerto Carrillo, a small town in Guanacaste, Costa Rica Carrillo beach, a beach adjacent to Puerto Carrillo, Costa Rica Leo Carr ...

N.N. Haralu

Neichiilieii Nikki Haralu was an experienced Naga Indian diplomat who served as Indian Ambassador to Panama, Costa Rica and Nicaragua from 1978–80. She also served as Chairman, Nagaland State Social Welfare Advisory Board after her retirement fro ...

Nasser (disambiguation)

Nasser, Egypt, a city in Beni Suef Governorate, Egypt Nasr City, a suburb of Cairo, Egypt Lake Nasser, a vast reservoir in southern Egypt and northern Sudan

Tartu Veterinary Institute

Tartu Veterinary Institute was an institute which gave higher education in veterinary. It was located in Tartu, Estonia. The institute was established in 1848 and therefore it was the oldest veterinary school in Imperial Russia. Insitutes first d ...

Battle of Hyvinkaa

The Battle of Hyvinkaa was fought during the Finnish Civil War on 19-21 April 1918, when troops from the German Baltic Sea Division marching from Helsinki conquered the locality from the Reds who had held it for three months. The Germans attacked ...

Peoples Court

Local peoples courts of the Peoples Republic of China Supreme Peoples Court, the highest court of the Peoples Republic of China Local Courts of Vietnam, also known as Peoples Courts, which deal with legal issues at the district precinct levels Pe ...

Margin

Margin typography, the white space that surrounds the content of a page Continental margin, the zone of the ocean floor that separates the thin oceanic crust from thick continental crust Resection margin, the tissue near a tumor that is removed t ...

Alamut (disambiguation)

Alamut, is a region in north of Qazvin province, Iran. Alamut may also refer to: Alamut series, a 1991 series of novels by Judith Tarr about the Alamut fortress Alamut Bartol novel, a 1938 novel by Vladimir Bartol about the Hashshashin and named ...