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RIR

RIR may refer to: Regional Internet registry, nonprofit corporations that administer and register Internet Protocol IP address space and Autonomous Systems AS

Alexander Young

Alexander Young may refer to: Alexander Young engineer 1833–1910, Scottish engineer and businessman who became a citizen of the Kingdom of Hawaii Alexander Young Building, a former building in Honolulu, demolished in 1981 Alexander Young bishop d ...

George the Elder

George the Elder may refer to: George Adams instrument maker, elder c. 1709–1773, English instrument maker and science writer John George Bourinot elder 1814–1884, French Canadian merchant and politician George Dance the Elder 1695–1768, English ...

Richard Nugent

Richard Nugent may refer to: Richard Nugent, the bachelor character played by Cary Grant in 1947 comedy film The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer Richard Nugent, Baron Nugent of Guildford 1907–1994, British politician Richard Nugent, Lord Delvin 1742 ...

Battle of the Bahamas

The Battle of the Bahamas or the Battle of Nassau may refer to one of several military actions in and around the town of Nassau, on the island of New Providence in The Bahamas: Raid on Nassau, a 1703 Franco-Spanish raid during the War of the Span ...

William Pulteney

William Pulteney may refer to: William Pulteney British Army officer 1861–1941, British general during the First World War William Pulteney, Viscount Pulteney 1731–1763, his son, British MP for Old Sarum and Westminster, Lord of the Bedchamber Si ...

Robert Leighton

Robert Leighton may refer to: Robert Leighton broadcaster 1956 – 2008, English broadcaster Robert Leighton cartoonist born 1960, American writer, puzzle writer and cartoonist Robert B. Leighton 1919 – 1997, American physicist Robert Leighton auth ...

William Hodges (disambiguation)

William Hodges was an English painter. William Hodges may also refer to: William Terrell Hodges born 1934, American judge ARP Warden William Hodges, Dads Army character Sir William Hodges, 1st Baronet 1645–1714, English merchant and politician Wi ...

Prince of Waless Regiment

Prince of Waless Regiment is a title that has been carried by many regiments of the British, Indian, Australian and Canadian armies and may refer to:

Black Code

Code Noir, or Black Code, slavery decree in 1685 France "Black code", another name for Jim Crow laws in 1960s Black Codes United States, discriminatory state and local laws passed after the Civil War in 1860s

Allard

Allard may refer to: Peter A. Allard School of Law, the law school of the University of British Columbia Allard surname, people with the surname Allard Allard, Edmonton Allard River, river in Quebec Allard Motor Company Allard, California, former ...

William Cochrane

William Cochrane is the name of: William Cochrane, 7th Earl of Dundonald, Earl of Dundonald William Cochrane, 3rd Earl of Dundonald, Earl of Dundonald William Cochrane, Lord Cochrane from Alexander Montgomerie, 9th Earl of Eglinton William Cochra ...

Russian Chinese

Chinese Russian or Russian Chinese may refer to: Sino-Russian relations c.f. "a Chinese-Russian treaty" Language Cyrillization of Chinese Russian methods for writing the Chinese language Kyakhta Russian-Chinese Pidgin Latinxua Sin Wenz Dungan lan ...

Princess Marie

Princess Marie may refer to: Princess Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein 1872–1956, member of the British Royal Family Princess Marie of Baden disambiguation, various princesses of the House of Zahringen Princess Marie Cecile of Prussia born 1942 ...

George Clifford

George Clifford may refer to: George Clifford III 1685–1760, Dutch banker and amateur botanist George Clifford cricketer 1852–1941, English cricketer George Clifford footballer 1896–?, English footballer George Clifford Wilson 1902–1957, English ...

Emperor Charles

Emperor Charles or Emperor Karl may refer to: Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor 1500–1558 Emperor Charles film, a 1921 Austrian silent film Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor 1685–1740 Charles the Fat 839–888, counted as Emperor Charles III Charles the B ...

Man Holding a Book

Man Holding a Book or Man with a Book is a c.1529 oil on panel painting by Parmigianino, now in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. It was bought at the sale of the collection of Charles I of England in 1651 by Greene and was recorded in Rudo ...

William Erskine

William Erskine may refer to: William Erskine master of Charterhouse died 1685, master of Charterhouse Hospital William Erskine died 1697, member of the Parliament of Scotland for Culross William Erskine historian 1773–1852, Scottish orientalist ...

Duncan Forbes

Duncan Forbes may refer to: Duncan Forbes, Lord Culloden 1685–1747, his son, Scottish politician and judge Duncan Forbes died 1704 of Culloden, his grandson, Scottish politician and supporter of the House of Hanover Duncan Forbes historian 1922–1 ...

Robert Dundas

Robert Dundas may refer to: Robert Dundas died 1726, Scottish judge and politician Robert Dundas, 4th Viscount Melville, Scottish nobleman Robert Dundas of Arniston, the Elder 1685–1753, his son, Scottish judge Sir Robert Dundas, 1st Baronet 1761 ...

Andrew Agnew

Andrew Agnew may refer to: Sir Andrew Agnew, 7th Baronet 1793–1849, British MP for Wigtownshire 1830–1837 Sir Andrew Agnew, 2nd Baronet died 1671 Sir Andrew Agnew, 8th Baronet 1818–1892, 7th Baronets son and 9th Baronets father, British MP for Wi ...

Bluebottle

Blow-flies Calliphoridae of genus Calliphora and similar species from other genera Specifically, the blue bottle fly Calliphora vomitoria The Portuguese man o war Physalia utriculus, stinging marine siphonophores resembling jellyfish and known as ...

William Steuart

William Steuart Scottish politician 1686–1768, Scottish lawyer, Member of Parliament 1713–41 William Steuart British Army officer 1643–1726, Scottish general

William Bowles

William Bowles may refer to: William Bowles naturalist 1705–1780, Irish naturalist William A. Bowles 1799–1873, American doctor, soldier and Knights of the Golden Circle leader William Leslie Bowles, Australian sculptor William Augustus Bowles 17 ...

Walter Harris

Walter Harris may refer to: Walt Harris cornerback born 1974, American football cornerback Walter Edgar Harris 1915–2011, Canadian chemist Walter Edward Harris 1904–1999, Canadian politician Walter Harris author 1925–2019, British author and broa ...

William Kendall

William Kendall may refer to: William Kendall burgess 1657 1621–1686, Virginia colonial politician, Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses William Kendall swimmer 1916–2004, Australian swimmer William Kendall burgess 1688 1659–1696, his son, ...

Missy (disambiguation)

Missy is a feminine first name. Missy may also refer to: People: Jean Rousset de Missy 1686–1762, French Huguenot writer, historian and journalist Samuel de Missy 1755-1820, French trader and businessman Cesar de Missy 1703–1775, Prussian theolog ...

Battle of Fort Albany (disambiguation)

Battle of Fort Albany may refer to one of several battles that took place in and around what is now Fort Albany, Ontario. Once an outpost of the Hudsons Bay Company, the fort was the site of conflict before and during King Williams War and Queen ...

The Country Mouse and the City Mouse

"The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse" is one of Aesops Fables from ancient times, often retold under that name or assorted variations. Works which include variations on the title or subject matter of "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse" includ ...

Nicholas I

Nicholas I may refer to: Nicholas I of Russia r. 1825–1855, Emperor of Russia and King of Poland Nicholas Mystikos, Patriarch Nicholas I of Constantinople 852–925 Nicholas I Garai died 1386, chief governor of Bratislava, palatine to the King of H ...

Thomas Sheridan

Thomas Sheridan may refer to: Thomas Sheridan soldier 1775–1817/18 Thomas I. Sheridan c. 1890 – c. 1962, American lawyer and politician from New York Tommy Sheridan born 1964, Scottish socialist politician Tom Sheridan footballer born 1993, Austr ...

John Bligh

John Bligh may refer to: John Duncan Bligh 1798–1872, his son, British envoy to Sweden and Hanover John Bligh, 1st Earl of Darnley 1687–1728, Irish MP for Trim and for Athboy 1713–1721 John Bligh medical educator, British doctor and medical educa ...

Peter Stephens

Peter Stephens may refer to: Peter John Stephens 1912–2002, British childrens author Peter Stephens footballer, born 1879 1879–1946, Australian rules footballer who played with Geelong in the 1900s Peter Stephens actor 1920–1972, English actor Pe ...

Petition (disambiguation)

Petition may refer to: Petition, a written request to the government for action Types Curative petition Review petition Petition to make special Petition for stay Petition Crown Online petition Act on petition Nominating petition Election petitio ...

Richard Bradley

Richard Bradley may refer to: R. H. Bradley 1873–?, Canadian-born American politician Richard H. Bradley, American developer Richard Bradley archaeologist born 1946, British archaeologist Richard Bradley racing driver born 1991, British racing dr ...

William Cameron

William Cameron may refer to: William E. Cameron 1842–1927, U.S. politician Bill Cameron philanthropist 1924–1993, Canadian inventor, engineer and founder of the Neil Squire Society William Cameron Canadian politician 1847–1920, Nova Scotian poli ...

King Frederick

King Frederick may refer to: Frederick I of Prussia, previously Frederick III, Elector of Brandenburg Frederick III, German Emperor, also King Frederick III of Prussia Frederick IX of Denmark Frederick VIII of Denmark Frederick II of Prussia, Fre ...

Viscount of Salinas

Viscount of Salinas is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, granted in 1688 by Charles II to Francisco de Carvajal, 7th Lord of Salinas de los Mazones, 9th Lord of Sobrinos in Talavera de la Reina and knight of the Order of Alcantara.

Army of the North (disambiguation)

The Army of the North or was one of the armies deployed by the United Provinces of the Rio de la Plata in the Spanish American wars of independence. Army of the North, Northern Army, or similar names may also refer to:

Captain Bellamy

Pirate Captain Samuel Bellamy 1689–1717, notorious pirate from the 18th century, known as "Black Sam" Captain Charles Bellamy, another pirate captain from the 18th century.

British Bill of Rights

The British Bill of Rights can refer to: The proposed British Bill of Rights for the United Kingdom enshrining human rights into British law to complement or replace the existing Human Rights Act 1998 Bill of Rights 1689, an Act of the Parliament ...

Nicholas Moore (disambiguation)

Nicholas Moore was an English poet. Nicholas or Nick Moore may also refer to: Nick Moore Canadian football born 1986, Canadian football player Nicholas More MP fl. 1390-1397, English politician from Wells, Somerset Nicholas Moore priest 1887–1985 ...

Behn

Sarla Behn born Catherine Mary Heilman; 1901–1982, English Gandhian social activist Noel Behn 1928?–1998, U.S. novelist, screenwriter, and theatrical producer Harry Behn also known as Giles Behn; 1898–1973, U.S. screenwriter and childrens author ...

Husqvarna

Husqvarna) is a Swedish company founded 1689 to produce muskets. The company has grown since, was partitioned, and is now a brand of multiple companies. Husqvarna may refer to: Husqvarna Sewing Machines, now VSM Group Huskvarna, a city, the origi ...

Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball statistical leaders

The Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Texas Tech Red Raiders basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, and steals. Within t ...

Yadi

Yadi may refer to: Reda Yadi born 1963, Algerian swimmer Yadi Timo, Indonesian television actor in the soap opera Wulan Yadi Sakat, Siddi general who captured the Sewri Fort in Mumbai in 1689 Yadi Mulyadi born 2002, Indonesian player on the Indon ...

Prosthetic group

A prosthetic group is the non-amino acid component that is part of the structure of the heteroproteins or conjugated proteins, being covalently linked to the apoprotein. Not to be confused with the cofactor that binds to the enzyme apoenzyme eith ...

Battle of Montreal

Battle of Montreal may refer to: Battle of La Prairie 1690, successful English colonial expeditions against Montreal during King Williams War Montreal Campaign 1760, a major British campaign which led to the fall of Montreal in the French and Ind ...

Robert Baird

Robert Baird may refer to: Sir Robert Baird, 3rd Baronet c. 1690–1740, of the Baird baronets Sir Robert Baird, 1st Baronet died 1697, of the Baird baronets Robert Baird flying ace 1921–1992, American Marine flying ace Robert Baird swimmer born 19 ...

Henry Woodward

Henry Woodward may refer to: Harry Page Woodward 1858–1917, British-born Australian geologist, mining engineer and public servant Henry Woodward English actor 1714–1777, interpreter of Parolles in Alls Well That Ends Well Henry Woodward Australia ...