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Careful (Boy Harsher album)

Careful is the second studio album by the American electronic music group Boy Harsher. It was released on February 1, 2019 through the bands own imprint, Nude Club. The first single from the record, "Face the Fire", was released on October 30, 20 ...

                                               

Konde Music Worldwide

Konde Music Worldwide (also referred as KondeGang "; is a Tanzanian-based record label founded by musician Harmonize. It was formed in July 2019 after Harmonize resigned from his former label wcb wasafi. The record label has two artist signed, Ha ...

                                               

Goldmine (Gabby Barrett album)

Barrett told the blog Sounds Like Nashville that she had begun writing songs for the album in 2018 and 2019, with lead single "I Hope" having been written in late 2018. Pop singer Charlie Puth, after hearing the song, contacted Barrett on Instagr ...

                                               

William F. Moses

William Francis Moses was an American prelate of the Episcopal Church, who served as Suffragan Bishop of South Florida from 1956 till 1961.

                                               

52nd Munich Security Conference

The 52nd Munich Security Conference took place from 12 to 14 February 2016. 600 international guests attended the event, including 30 heads of state, 70 foreign and defense ministers, directors of various intelligence agencies and 700 journalists ...

                                               

Thinthirineesvarar Temple, Tindivanam

It is one of the shrines of the Vaippu Sthalams sung by Tamil Saivite Nayanar Appar. This place is also known as Thindeechuram, Thinthiruni and Pulithinthirunvanam. This temple is also known Easwaran Temple.

                                               

1966 Birthday Honours (New Zealand)

The 1966 Queens Birthday Honours in New Zealand, celebrating the official birthday of Elizabeth II, were appointments made by the Queen on the advice of the New Zealand government to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works b ...

                                               

1968 Birthday Honours (New Zealand)

The 1968 Queens Birthday Honours in New Zealand, celebrating the official birthday of Elizabeth II, were appointments made by the Queen on the advice of the New Zealand government to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works b ...

                                               

David Pettit

David William Pettit was an English first-class cricketer. Pettit was born at Canterbury in March 1937, where he was educated at St Edmunds School. From St Edmunds he went up to Hertford College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he played first- ...

                                               

Charles Rogier Square

Charles Rogier Square, is a major square in the Brussels municipality of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode. It is named in honour of Charles Rogier, a former Prime Minister of Belgium who played a great political role during the Belgian Revolution of 1830. T ...

                                               

Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Depot (Grand Junction, Colorado)

The Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Depot is a disused railroad depot and train station listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located at 119 Pitkin Avenue next to the still-in-use Grand Junction station in downtown Gran ...

                                               

Hope Atherton

Rev. Hope Atherton was a colonial clergyman. He was born in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Harvard Class of 1665. He was the minister of Hadley, Massachusetts. He served as a Chaplain in the King Philips War and got separated from troops during the B ...

                                               

Josie Billie

Josie Billie was a Mikasuki-speaking Seminole medicine man, doctor, and Baptist preacher. Billie was a member of the Panther clan of the Seminoles in southern Florida. He actively collaborated with American anthropologists and researchers like Et ...

                                               

Raymond Foster (priest)

Raymond Samuel Foster was a Welsh Anglican priest in the 20th century who rose to become Archdeacon of Wrexham. Foster was educated at Kings College London. He was ordained Deacon in 1943; and Priest in 1944. After curacies in Old Basford and New ...

                                               

William Jay (architect)

William Jay was an architect. He continued his fathers and grandfathers interest in stonemasonry and building design. Jay was born in Bath. His father was also William Jay, who had started working with his father as a stonemason, but became a Con ...

                                               

Liebster Gott, wann werd ich sterben

Liebster Gott, wann werd ich sterben is a late 17th-century Lutheran hymn by Caspar Neumann, with a hymn tune, Zahn No. 6634, by Daniel Vetter. The topic of the hymn, which has five stanzas of eight lines, is a reflection on death. In 1713, Vette ...

                                               

New Town Market Square in Torun

It is a rectangular square with dimensions of about 95 × 95 m, frontage is about 70 m long with sides located diagonally to the cardinal directions. There are two perpendicular streets starting from each corner: Szpitalna and Sw. Jakuba Street in ...

                                               

Kumux

Kumux كۈمۈش means silver in Uyghur. Silver is mined in the area. Kumux has also been written in Chinese characters as Kumushi 庫穆什 / 库穆什 and 庫木什 / 库木什.

                                               

Chochmat Nashim

Chochmat Nashim is an Israeli organisation that promotes womens rights in the Orthodox Jewish community in Israel and the United States. Their work aims to raise awareness of trends and policies within Orthodoxy that may harm women and girls.

                                               

Peshischa (Hasidic group)

Peshischa is a hasidic school of thought based out of Przysucha, Poland founded by Yaakov Yitzchak Rabinowicz, which flourished during the late 18th to early 19th century. The school of thought became the bases for Kotzk Hasidism, Ger Hasidism, A ...

                                               

Abdul Saleh al-Killidar

Sayyid Abd al-Saleh Abd al-Husayn al-Killdar Tumah was an Iraqi nobleman that served as the 55th custodian of the Imam Husayn shrine from 1931 until 1981.

                                               

Battle of the Corinth Canal

During the German invasion of Greece on 6 April 1941, the Allied forces were pushed back from Macedonia and Thessaly into mainland Greece while the British fleet stood by at various ports in the south of Greece to evacuate any remaining Allied tr ...

                                               

Loud Dam

Loud Dam is a hydro-electric dam on the Au Sable River in Michigan and is located along the National Register of Historic Places River Road Scenic Byway in Northern Michigan. Loud Dam is also part of the River Road Scenic Byway and listed in the ...

                                               

Heversham railway station

Heversham was opened by the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway in 1876, before being officially part of the London and North Western Railway 6 years later. However, the station was passed to the London, Midland and Scottish Railway during the Groupin ...

                                               

Rochelle Goldberg

Rochelle Goldberg is a contemporary artist who lives and works in New York City and Berlin. Goldberg is best known for her sculptural works that challenge the fixity of the art object. Composed of living, ephemeral, and synthetic materials, rangi ...

                                               

Project Moonbase (podcast)

Project Moonbase is the longest-running retrofuturistic music podcast, recorded in Edinburgh, Scotland, with the tagline "The Historic Sound of the Future".

                                               

Ann Stone Minot

Ann Stone Minot was an American U.S. biochemist and physiologist. She was born in Woodsville, New Hampshire, the oldest of six children born to Jonas Buck Minot and Sybil. For their early education, Minot and her siblings attended the Bath Villag ...

                                               

Equine estrogen

Equine estrogens are estrogens found in horses. They include the following: 17α-Dihydroequilin Δ 7 -17α-estradiol 8.9-Dehydroestradiol Δ 8 -17β-estradiol 17β-Dihydroequilenin Δ 6.8 -17β-estradiol 8.9-Dehydroestrone Δ 8 -estrone Estrone 17β-Dihydr ...

                                               

Infantry Squad Vehicle

In 2019 the U.S. Army awarded three ISV prototype contracts to the GM Defense/Ricardo plc consortium, the Oshkosh Defense/Flyer Defense LLC consortium and the Science Applications International Corporation SAIC/Polaris Inc. consortium. The operat ...

                                               

P78

P78 or P-78 may refer to: INS Kadmatt P78, an Arnala -class corvette in the Indian Navy XP-78, original designation of the North American XP-51B Mustang HS Karathanasis P 78, a Roussen -class fast attack craft in the Hellenic Navy P78-1, a solar ...

                                               

Trade Data Monitor

Trade Data Monitor is a trade data company based in Charleston, SC and Geneva, Switzerland. It checks and aggregates monthly import and export statistics for over 100 countries using Harmonized System commodity codes, offers specialized training ...

                                               

HMS Zinnia (1915)

HMS Zinnia was an Azalea -class minesweeping sloop of the Royal Navy, built in 1915 at the Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson yard, at Wallsend in the United Kingdom.It was sold to Belgium on 19 April 1920 to join their new Corps of Destroyers and S ...

                                               

FV Nyggjaberg

FV Nyggjaberg was a Faeroese Trawler that was torpedoed by the German submarine U-701 in the Atlantic Ocean southeast of Iceland on 7 March 1942 while she was travelling from the Faroe Islands to the Icelandic Fishing grounds.

                                               

C-class submarine

C-class submarine may refer to: Type C submarine Japanese Type C 1st class submarine, two classes submarines I-52-class submarine Type C3 submarine United States C-class submarine, five boats built for the United States Navy British C-class subma ...

                                               

Fateh al-Mubin

Al-Fateh al-Mubin or Great Conquest is an operations room of Syrian rebel and jihadist factions participating in the Syrian civil war. The operations room was declared in June 2019 during the Syrian Armys Dawn of Idlib 1 campaign and consists of ...

                                               

Beneteau 331

The Beneteau 331 is a French sailboat that was designed by Group Finot/Conq for cruising and first built in 1999. The Beneteau 331 has also been marketed as the Oceanis 331, Oceanis Clipper 331 and Moorings 332. The design replaced the Oceanis 32 ...

                                               

16th Massachusetts Battery

The 16th Massachusetts Battery was an artillery battery that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. The last battery of light artillery sent by Massachusetts, it was organized during the late winter of 1864 at Camp Meigs just out ...

                                               

Anatoly Serov

Anatoly Konstantinovich Serov was a Soviet fighter pilot credited with becoming a flying ace during the Spanish Civil War.

                                               

RAF Winthorpe

Royal Air Force Station Winthorpe is a former Royal Air Force station located 2.4km north-east of Newark in Nottinghamshire, England. It is now the site of Newark Air Museum and Newark Showground. It initially opened as a satellite station for RA ...

                                               

1943 Rolls-Royce strike

The 1943 Rolls-Royce strike was called after the company failed to implement a 1940 agreement on equal pay for female workers at its Hillington, Scotland plant. This plant produced the Rolls-Royce Merlin V-12 engine, used by British fighter aircr ...

                                               

Honeywell JetWave

Honeywell’s JetWave satellite communications hardware enables global in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity via Inmarsat’s GX Aviation network. Honeywell’s JetWave serves business and general aviation, defense and commercial airline users globally, providi ...

                                               

No. 49 Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and Explosive Wing SLAF

No. 49 Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and Explosive Wing was established in 2016 at the SLAF Bandaranayake. The units first Commanding Officer was Squadron Leader Nilendra Perera, who continues to hold this office. The wing is equipped ...

                                               

Regiment dAuxonne

The Regiment dAuxonne was an artillery regiment of the Ancien Regime Army, formed during the Seven Years War the regiment saw service in many of the major campaigns until being, re-organised in 1794, and later served in the Grande Armee. The regi ...

                                               

Joint General Staff

The Joint General Staff was a body of senior uniformed leaders in the South Vietnamese which advised the Ministry of National Defence and the President of South Vietnam.

                                               

James J. Purman

James J. Purman was an American soldier who fought with the Union Army in the American Civil War. Purman received his countrys highest award for bravery during combat, the Medal of Honor, for actions taken on July 2, 1863 during the Battle of Get ...

                                               

Polish Data Protection Commissioner

The Office of the Polish Data Protection Commissioner or officially President of the Personal Data Protection Office is an independent national data protection authority responsible for upholding the European Union fundamental right of individual ...

                                               

Regiment dEnghien

The Regiment dEnghien was a Princes line infantry regiment of the French Ancien Regime active between 1706 and the adoption of the new regimental system in 1791. The regiments successor, the 93rd Infantry Regiment was active until 1997 when it wa ...

                                               

Center Point

Center Point is the name of a few places in the United States: Center Point, Upshur County, Texas, ghost town in Texas Center Point, Missouri Center Point, Howard County, Arkansas Center Point, Louisiana Center Point, Pennsylvania Center Point, H ...

                                               

Huize Ivicke

Huize Ivicke is a monumental building in Wassenaar, the Netherlands. Constructed in 1913 for A. F. J. van Hattum, it is a replica of the Eremitageslottet hunting lodge in the Jaegersborg Dyrehave in Denmark. It was inhabited until the mid-1980s, ...

                                               

Springfield Barracks

The building, which was designed by Edmund Sharpe after he had handed over his practice to Paley and Austin in the Scottish baronial style for the 1st Royal Lancashire Militia Regiment, was completed in 1854. It was named after Springfield Hall w ...

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