Historic districts in the United States: The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 1,297 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
List of Australian divisions in World War I: List of military divisions — List of Australian divisions in WWI
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Agostino Barbarigo: Agostino Barbarigo (c. 1420 – 20 September 1501) was Doge of Venice from 1486 until his death.
Billingham Town F.C.: Their home ground is Bedford Terrace, and the reserve team of Hartlepool United frequently plays its fixtures there. As a result a pre-season match between the two clubs has become an annual event.
Spiritual retreats: The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
1123 births: The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
History of anarchism: This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total.
Christian Emil Krag-Juel-Vind-Frijs: His son Count Mogens Krag-Juel-Vind-Frijs (1849-1923) was an outstanding liberal-conservative politician whose work anticipated the making of the modern conservative party.
Leeds/Bradford University Centre of Cricketing Excellence: They have not been granted first-class status, but still play three matches a year against first-class counties. Their greatest achievement was when they beat Surrey at the Oval in 2005.
Dames Blanches (folklore): In French mythology or folklore, Dames Blanches (meaning literally white ladies) were female spirits or supenatural beings, comparable to the White Women of both Dutch and Germanic mythology. The Dames Blanches were reported in the region of Lorraine (Lotharingen) and Normandy.
Smail Tulja: Smail (Smajo) Tulja is a Montenegrin-Albanian Muslim, who was suspected of murders in New York City, Belgium, and Albania.
Baron Crew: The title Baron Crew was created in the Peerage of England on 20 April 1661 for John Crew, who had been Member of Parliament for Amersham (1623-25), for Brackley (1626 & 1640-48), for Banbury (1628-29) and for Northamptonshire (1640 & 1654-55). On the death of the third baron - having become Bishop of Oxford in 1671 and Bishop of Durham in 1674 - in 1721, the barony became extinct.
Hanko: The site was already known by sailors in the 15th century. Petroglyphs from that time are carved into the rock at the "Hauensuoli" (Swedish: "Gäddtarmen", English: "Pike's Gut") island.
John Willis: He was a member of the Council of the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and a patron of the Second World War Experience Centre.
Patriarch Nikon: Against the second part of this decision, however, the great ecclesiastical expert Epifany Slavinetsky protested energetically, and ultimately the whole inquiry collapsed, the scrupulous tsar shrinking from the enforcement of the decrees of the synod for fear of committing mortal sin. For six years longer the Russian Orthodoxy remained without a patriarch. Every year the question of Nikon's deposition became more complicated and confusing. Almost every contemporary orthodox scholar was consulted on the subject, and no two authorities agreed. At last the matter was submitted to an ecumenical council, or the nearest approach to it attainable in the circumstances, which opened its sessions on the November 18, 1666 in the presence of the tsar.
Cossé-d'Anjou: Cossé-d'Anjou is a village and commune in the Maine-et-Loire département of north-western France.
V. Suarez & Co.: Each of these three operating entities is supported by a centralized corporate services group composed of Executive Management, MIS, Finance & Accounting and Human Resources. The corporate services group ensures that managerial systems and processes are in place, and that adequate resources are allocated against business/market opportunities to ensure success and build stakeholder value.
Oguta Lake: Oguta Lake is the largest natural lake in the Imo State of Nigeria. Located within the equatorial rainforest region, it is of enormous importance to the local population (the people of Oguta, Orsu, Nkwesi and Awo) as as a source of water, fish, tourism and also as an outlet for sewerage.[1]
Exotic star: An exotic star is a compact star composed of something other than electrons, protons, and neutrons, balanced against gravitational collapse by degeneracy pressure. These include strange stars (composed of strange matter) and preon stars (composed of preons).
Kowloon City: The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Texas A&M Health Science Center Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy: The Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy, located on the campus of Texas A&M University–Kingsville, is the newest addition to the Texas A&M Health Science Center. The first class of more than 70 students began studies in August 2006 in a 63,000-square-foot, $14.5-million facility. Students will be pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree.
The Nigger Tape: The Nigger Tape is a mixtape by American rapper Nas, in part with mixtape DJ Green Lantern released on June 9, 2008. The mixtape features remixes, exclusives and cut tracks from Nas' ninth studio album, named Untitled.
Eilenberg-Moore spectral sequence: denote singular homology and singular cohomology with coefficients in k, respectively.
Dwayne Goettel: 2. Phenethylamine Backwash (from Coordinate 01 Compilation, this song later appears remixed as 'Quackerz [Revision]' on Wild Planet)
Amblycheila: Amblycheila (sometimes misspelled Amblychila following an unjustified spelling change in 1846) is a genus of flightless, nocturnal tiger beetles. There are at least five species occurring sparsely over much of the central and western United States, and with a few more species found southwards into Mexico.
Tolga Dürbin: On June 10 2007, he was arrested, together with stateless Lebanon-born Saarland resident Hussain al-M., trying to cross the Pakistani-Iranian border using forged Afghan refugee cards. At the time of his arrest, he was carrying several thousand euros, several thousand dollars and a satellite phone, and alleged to be trying to establish contact with the Islamic Jihad Union.[3] Der Spiegel later mistakenly[citation needed] referred to it as an "al Qaeda training camp".[4]
8141 Nikolaev: 8141 Nikolaev (1982 SO4) is a Main-belt Asteroid discovered on September 20, 1982 by N. S. Chernykh at the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory.
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