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Canal Fire

The Canal Fire is a wildfire currently burning in Millard County, Utah in the United States. First reported on June 26, 2020, the fire has burned 78.065 acres on public land, including Fishlake National Forest land owned by the Bureau of Land Man ...

                                               

Brown Fire

The Brown Fire is a wildfire currently burning in Lund, Nevada in the United States. First reported on June 24, 2020, the Brown Fire has burned a total of 8.268 acres and is 99 percent contained as of June 29, 2020. The fire skirted along Highway ...

                                               

Ehagay Nakoda

Ehagay Nakoda is a multipeaked massif located immediately south of the town of Canmore just east of the Spray Lakes road in Albertas Canadian Rockies. The mountain sports two subsidiary peaks with commemorative names, Mount Lawrence Grassi and Ha ...

                                               

Kim Yongun

Kim Yong-un is a mathematician, philosopher, and critic of civilization in the Republic of Korea. He has been active in various fields of mathematics, philosophy, anthropology, and linguistics, and is considered to have established the history of ...

                                               

Sir Philip Gell, 3rd Baronet

Sir Philip Gell, 3rd Baronet of Hopton Hall near Wirksworth, Derbyshire was a lead-mining magnate and an English politician. Philip Gell was the son of Sir John Gell, 2nd Baronet of Hopton, Derbyshire and Katherine Packer daughter of John Packer ...

                                               

Philip Eyre Gell

Philip Eyre Gell of Hopton Hall near Wirksworth, Derbyshire was a wealthy lead-mining aristocrat. Philip Eyre Gell was the son of John Eyre and Catherine Gell sister of Sir Philip Gell, 3rd Baronet. The familys fortune was founded on the local le ...

                                               

Clay Cross Company

The Clay Cross Company was founded as George Stephenson and Co. in 1837 by the railway pioneer, George Stephenson. The company established coal mines, ironworks, brickworks and pipe factories at Clay Cross near Chesterfield. The company was close ...

                                               

James Coulthard

James Coulthard was a British rugby player, trade unionist and politician. Born in Maryport, Coulthard was the son of one of the founders of the Cumberland Miners Association. James worked at the mine himself from 1880 to 1890. He played rugby wi ...

                                               

Upton Colliery

Upton Colliery was a coal mine near to the village of Upton in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England. The site was 8.5 miles north west of Doncaster and 10 miles north east of Barnsley. Coal was transhipped from the colliery by the former Hull an ...

                                               

Dynamite Jack

Dynamite Jack is a 1961 French-Italian comedy western film directed by Jean Bastia and starring Fernandel, Eleonora Vargas and Lucien Raimbourg. A Frenchman moves to Arizona in the Wild West era, only to find he is the exact image of the notoriou ...

                                               

Julia I. Felsenthal

Julia I. Felsenthal was an American social worker based in Chicago. She was one of the founders of the National Council of Jewish Women.

                                               

Alejandro Badia

Alejandro Badia is an internationally recognized American orthopedic surgeon, author, and entrepreneur. He was a founder of The Surgery Center at Doral, the Miami Anatomical Research Center, Badia Hand to Shoulder Center, and OrthoNOW, a chain of ...

                                               

Hsps

HSPS or HSPs may refer to: Highly Sensitive Person Scale, a measure of HSPs defining trait, sensory processing sensitivity SPS Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences later renamed Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, a University of C ...

                                               

Barse Miller

Barse Miller was an American watercolorist, muralist, illustrator, and art educator. He was a professor of Art at Queens College for 26 years. His work is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

                                               

Coombe Hill

Coombe Hill, Buckinghamshire, England Coombe Hill, East Sussex, England Coombe Hill, a different hill on the flank of Haddington Hill in Buckinghamshire, England Coombe Hill Cotswolds, near Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, England

                                               

Sir Robert Seppings (ship)

The merchant ship Sir Robert Seppings was launched at Mawlamyine, formerly Moulmein, Burma in 1844 and traded between India and London. It was first recorded in Lloyds Register in 1848, when the owner was J. Allen, the Master was Richard Stuart a ...

                                               

Tigris (ship)

Several ships have been named Tigris for the Tigris River: PS Tigris 1836, of 109 tons bm, built by Laird & Co., was a flat-bottomed, iron, paddle steamer of 26HP. She was disassembled, shipped to the Bay of Antioch, carried overland, and reassem ...

                                               

Euphrates (ship)

Several ships have been named Euphrates for the Euphrates River: Euphrates 1820 ship, of 557 tons bm, was built at Scarborough. She was wrecked c.1865. HCS Euphrates 1828, a brig of 255 tons bm and 10 guns, was built at the Bombay Dockyard as one ...

                                               

Princess Charlotte (1813 ship)

Princess Charlotte was launched in New York in 1810 or 1811 under another name, but captured by the British in 1813. The prize court condemned her on 11 march 1813. Pirie & C. purchased her and renamed her. She then sailed to the West Indies, cen ...

                                               

Mellish (1819 ship)

Mellish was launched in 1819 at Kidderpore, Calcutta as Chicheley Plowden but renamed within the year and sold for a "free trader", i.e, a ship trading between England and India sailing under a license from the British East India Company. She the ...

                                               

HMS Stag (1794)

HMS Stag was a 32-gun fifth-rate frigate built for the Royal Navy. She was ordered in 1790 and work began in March 1792 at Chatham Docks. Completed in August 1794, Stag spent much of her service in home waters, where she worked to protect British ...

                                               

Auberge Resorts Collection

In 2013, Auberge Resorts Collection was acquired by Houston-based investment firm, The Friedkin Group. The move made billionaire Dan Friedkin chairman of the board. In 2015, the firm would later purchase the historic Hotel Jerome in Aspen.

                                               

Feel the Beat (film)

Feel the Beat is a 2020 American family dance comedy-drama film directed by Elissa Down, written by Michael Armbruster and Shawn Ku and starring Sofia Carson, Enrico Colantoni and Wolfgang Novogratz.

                                               

Salinar culture

Salinar is an archaeological culture of Ancient Peru that developed in the coastal area of Ancash and La Libertad. When the Chavin culture declined, on the north coast, small lordships that were in contact united and formed the Salinar culture, w ...

                                               

Prehistoric Isle 2

Prehistoric Isle 2 is a 1999 scrolling shooter arcade video game co-developed by Saurus and Yumekobo and published by SNK. It is the sequel to the original Prehistoric Isle, which was developed and released earlier in 1989 by SNK. In the game, pl ...

                                               

Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times

Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times is a California-based camp for children with cancer. Established in 1983 as an expansion of a 1977 effort to build temporary housing for seriously ill children and their families during treatment, the charity d ...

                                               

Why We Drink

"Why We Drink" is a song recorded by American country music singer Justin Moore. It is the second single from his fifth studio album, 2019s Late Nights and Longnecks. Moore co-wrote the song with David Lee Murphy, Casey Beathard, and Jeremy Stove ...

                                               

D. S. Bradford

D. S. Bradford is a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based American musical artist, guitarist, and composer. In addition, Bradford is a visual artist and journalist. His debut single, "Oceans," was released July 1, 2014. Bradford stated in an interview ...

                                               

Forever and a Day (soap opera)

Forever And A Day is an American radio/podcast soap opera created by Casey Hutchison that is set to debut in late 2020 on the JLJ Media Network. The show is set in the fictional town of Augustus, Illinois. The series airs half hour episodes, two ...

                                               

Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin

Tunde Alabi-Hundeyin is a Nigerian television and film producer, director and screenwriter. He is the founder/CEO of Dudu Productions, the television production company which produced the first commercial music video in Nigeria. He has since prod ...

                                               

The Wheel Keeps on Rollin

The Wheel Keeps on Rollin is the 13th studio album by American country band Asleep at the Wheel. Recorded at studios in Austin, Texas and Nashville, Tennessee, it was produced by Andy Byrd with the bands frontman Ray Benson and released on Novemb ...

                                               

Jesse Woodard IV

Jesse Woodard IV, better known by his stage name Chase N. Cashe, is an American Grammy nominated super record producer from New Orleans, Louisiana. Cashe has created critically acclaimed records such as the quadruple platinum singles "Drop the Wo ...

                                               

Super Chance

The single was the only single by 1986 Omega Tribe to be win 1st place in The Top Ten. In commemoration for being in first place, The Best Ten released Carlos favorite piranha tempura and the program "Yoru no Hitto Sutajio" secretly invited Carlo ...

                                               

I Wish I Was Eighteen Again

Jerry Lee Lewis originally recorded the song for his self-titled album in 1979. It was released as the B-side of "Rockin My Life Away". The song was a Top 20 hit on the Billboard Country chart, peaking at No. 18.

                                               

Dont Turn Around (Black Ivory song)

Dont Turn Around is the top 40 debut single of American soul/R&B vocal group, Black Ivory. The song was written, produced, and arranged by record producer, Patrick Adams

                                               

Kiko Cibrian

Ignacio "Kiko" Cibrian is a Mexican-American guitarist, composer, arranger,record producer, recording engineer and mixer known for his work with Luis Miguel, Cristian Castro, Rocio Durcal and Frank Sinatra. Cibrian has won one Grammy Award and th ...

                                               

Soul Generation

Soul Generation is an American R&B vocal group from Jersey City, New Jersey, which had a number hits in the 1970s, including "Body and Soul ", "Million Dollars", and "I Wonder What Shes Doin".

                                               

Velvet Darkness (band)

Velvet Darkness is a Mexican heavy metal band from Ciudad Satelite, Mexico, founded in 2013 by guitarist Joe SaraF and bassist Charles Kray. The band is known for their literature-based lyrics, mainly from fantasy and horror genres, and fantasy i ...

                                               

The New Folk Sound of Terry Callier

The New Folk Sound of Terry Callier is the 1968 debut album from American folk and soul performer Terry Callier, released on Prestige Records. The album has received positive reviews from critics.

                                               

Stick That in Your Country Song

Stick That in Your Country Song is a song written by Jeffrey Steele and Davis Naish, and recorded by American country music artist Eric Church. It was released as the lead single for Churchs forthcoming seventh studio album on June 25, 2020.

                                               

Inlet (album)

Inlet is the fifth studio album by the Champaign, Illinois band Hum. It was surprise-released digitally to Bandcamp on June 23, 2020. The album has been received positively by critics.

                                               

Im Alright (Lynn Anderson album)

Im Alright is a studio album by American country artist Lynn Anderson. It was released in September 1970 on Chart Records and was produced by Slim Williamson. Im Alright was Andersons tenth studio recording and her final studio release for the Ch ...

                                               

10 (Asleep at the Wheel album)

10 is the ninth studio album by American country band Asleep at the Wheel. Recorded at Bee Creek Studios in Spicewood, Texas and the Austin Recording Studio in Austin, Texas, it was produced solely by the bands frontman Ray Benson and released in ...

                                               

Kalen Chase

Kalen Chase Musmecci, is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. Chase is best known as the lead singer of American heavy metal band Vimic.

                                               

Jari Jones

Jari Jones is an American actress, filmmaker, model, and LGBTQ rights activist. Jones was a cast member, script consultant, acting coach, and producer of Port Authority. She was the first Black trans woman producer of a film competing at the Cann ...

                                               

Don Collier (actor)

Collier was born in Santa Monica, California He worked as a geologist, a logging hand, a ranch hand, and a surveyor and served in both the Navy and the Merchant Marine. After his naval service, Collier worked as an extra in a couple of films befo ...

                                               

Charlie Talbert

Charlie Talbert is an American actor whose most prominent role was that of the titular Angus Bethune in the 1995 film Angus. Surrounding the films release, his discovery by the films director, Patrick Read Johnson became a story in its own right ...

                                               

Jeff Ayars

Jeff Ayars is an American filmmaker and actor known for writing, directing, and performing in the comedy duo Cannibal Milkshake alongside Dan Rosen. He is also known for the film Philadelphia, Ti Amo starring Rebecca Rittenhouse, his Tribeca Film ...

                                               

Jennifer Brofer

Jennifer Brofer is an American actress, producer, director, and journalist. After starting her career as a journalist for the U. S. Marine Corps, she subsequently went on to act in and produce several short films, films, television shows and stag ...

                                               

XHBO-TDT

XHBO-TDT is a television station in Oaxaca, Oaxaca. XHBO broadcasts on virtual channel 4 and is currently an independent station. The main transmitter is located on Cerro El Fortin.

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