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Ilkay Altintas

Ilkay Altintas is a Turkish-American data and computer scientist, and researcher in the domain of supercomputing and high-performance computing applications. Since 2015, Altintas has served as chief data science officer of the San Diego Supercomp ...

                                               

Moraine (disambiguation)

Moraine State Park, in Pennsylvania Moraine, Ohio, a city in Ohio, USA Moraine Lake, a lake in Banff National Park, Canada Moraine Township, Lake County, Illinois, a township in Lake County, Illinois, USA

                                               

Glyceria melicaria

Glyceria melicaria, the melic mannagrass or northeastern mannagrass, is a perennial grass found in the eastern United States. Its specific epithet melicaria means "similar to Melica ". Its diploid number is 40.

                                               

2020 Bath shipbuilders strike

The 2020 Bath shipbuilders strike is an ongoing labor strike involving shipbuilders at Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine. The strike, which started June 22, involves 4.300 members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.

                                               

Atherton Curtis

Atherton Curtis was an US art collector from Brooklyn, New York City, who settled in Paris in 1903. He was also an author and art historian who donated numerous archaeological items to the Louvre and other museums.

                                               

James M. Matarazzo

James M. Matarazzo was an American academic and librarian who taught at Simmons University for almost 50 years. He was a national and global leader in the field of special libraries.

                                               

PNN

PNN may refer to: Hagahai language ISO 639 code: pnn Planetary nebula nucleus PNN, see planetary nebula National Natural Parks System Colombia Spanish: Unidad Administrativa Especial del Sistema de Parques Nacionales Naturales de Colombia ; PNN; ...

                                               

Hans Sleutelaar

Sleutelaar was born on 22 September 1935 in Rotterdam. He first attended Erasmiaans Gymnasium, but did his final exams at Hogere Burgerschool in 1953. Between 1957 and 1959 the editorial office of the literary magazine Gard Sivik was located at t ...

                                               

Mokhtar Ahmad

Mokhtar Ahmad is a politician from the Chittagong District of Bangladesh and an elected a member of parliament from Chittagong-12. He was the organizer of the Liberation War of Bangladesh.

                                               

Mohammad Sadik

Dr. Muhammad Sadik is a Bangladeshi writer and public official. He is a member of Bangladesh Public Service Commission and serving as the 13th Chairman of the commission since 2 May 2016. He was awarded Bangla Academy Literary Award in 2017 for h ...

                                               

Maheshpur

Maheshpur may refer to any of the following places: Bangladesh Maheshpur Upazila, Jhenaidah, Khulna India Maheshpur, Lakhisarai district, a village in Bihar Maheshpur, Munger, a village in Bihar Maheshpur, Bihar, a village in Champaran Maheshpur ...

                                               

Estevão Toniato

Estevão Toniato is a Brazilian retired footballer who last played for Real Noroeste Capixaba Futebol Clube in his home country.

                                               

Northlands Park, Ontario

Northlands Park is an unincorporated railway point in the municipality of Gauthier, Timiskaming District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is adjacent to Ontario Highway 672, 1.5 kilometres north of that highways southern terminus at Ontario Hi ...

                                               

Louise Fraenkel-Hahn

Fraenkel-Hahn nee Hahn was born on July 12, 1878 in Vienna, Austria. She attended the University of Applied Arts Vienna and the Munchner Kunstlerinnenverein Munich Association of Women Artists. In 1902 she traveled to Greece, Italy and France whe ...

                                               

Charles Wilda

Charles Wilda, originally Karl was an Austrian Orientalist painter. He was the elder brother of the painter, Gottfried Wilda.

                                               

Virgil Economu

Virgil Economu was born in Bucharest, being half Jewish from his mothers side. He spent his high school years in Vienna, and graduated the University of Agronomy from Montpellier, where he also played rugby for the local team. In 1923 he founded ...

                                               

Familien på Borgan

Henny Skjonberg as an old woman Pehr Qværnstrom as Ola Bråten Astri Steiwer as Lillemor Borgan Georg Lokkeberg as Knut Borgan Alfred Solaas as Erik Nelson Alf Sommer as Nils Moen Vivi Schoyen as Åse Borgan Wenche Klouman as Anne, Bergs daughter L ...

                                               

August Leopolder

Born in Munich, Leopolder was a student of Carl Adolf Martienssen and Egon Petri. During the Second World War he first taught in Aschaffenburg, then from March 1941 on at the Musisches Gymnasium Frankfurt am Main under the direction of Kurt Thoma ...

                                               

Peter Baumgart

Born in Berlin, Baumgart was promoted D. ph in 1956 in historical thinking at the Free University of Berlin with a work supervised by Carl Hinrichs on Zinzendorf. He was Hinrichs research assistant at the Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut and habilitat ...

                                               

Constantin Balaceanu-Stolnici

Constantin Balaceanu-Stolnici is a Romanian neurologist. He was born in Bucharest, the descendant of al old boyar family. He studied at the Ion C. Bratianu High School in Pitești, graduating in 1941. He then enrolled in the Faculty of Medicine of ...

                                               

Rudolf Hickel

Rudolf Hickel is a German economist and author. He transferred to the University of Bremen in 1971, accepting the chair in "Finanzwissenschaft" in 1993. Between 2001 and 2009 he served as director of the universitys Institute for Labour and Econo ...

                                               

Alfred Hoehn

Born in Oberellen, Hoehn was the son of a teacher and organist. He was supported by the pianist Eugen dAlbert, the conductor Fritz Steinbach, Kapellmeister of the Meiningen Court Orchestra, and Georg II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen, who supported his ...

                                               

Clemens Bewer

He began his art studies in the master class of Karl Ferdinand Sohn at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf. In 1841, he continued his studies in Paris and Rome. Working in the studios of Paul Delaroche, he acquired his knowledge of coloring technique, t ...

                                               

Daniel Vetter

Daniel Vetter was an organist and composer of the German Baroque era. Born in Breslau, he became a pupil of Werner Fabricius in Leipzig. When Fabricius died in 1679, Vetter succeeded him as organist of the St. Nicholas Church. Some time before 16 ...

                                               

Sacro Cuore

Sacro Cuore, Monza Sacro Cuore di Gesù, Tolentino Sacro Cuore di Cristo Re, Rome Basilica Sacro Cuore del Suffragio, Rome Nostra Signora del Sacro Cuore, Rome Sacro Cuore di Gesù a Castro Pretorio Basilica Sacro Cuore di Gesù agonizzante a Vitini ...

                                               

Villa Valmarana

Villa Valmarana may refer to several Venetian villas which belonged to the Valmarana family: Villa Valmarana Vigardolo, in Vigardolo of Monticello Conte Otto, designed in 1542 by Andrea Palladio Villa Capra "La Rotonda" in Vicenza, designed by An ...

                                               

Troms og Finnmark County Municipality

Troms og Finnmark County Municipality, Romssa ja Finnmarkku fylkkagielda code: sme promoted to code: se, or Tromssan ja Finmarkun fylkinkomuuni) is the regional governing administration of Troms og Finnmark county in northern Norway. It has its a ...

                                               

Powerlifting at the 2001 World Games – Mens heavyweight

The mens heavyweight competition in powerlifting at the 2001 World Games took place on 21 August 2001 at the Akita City Culture Hall in Akita, Japan.

                                               

Lara Fernandez

Lara Fernandez is a Spanish kickboxer and Nak Muay. She is the reigning WBC Muaythai World Flyweight champion and the reigning ISKA World Super Featherweight champion.

                                               

10½ (album)

Ron Wynn of Allmusic gave a four out of five stars review saying "A celebratory album that marked their being together for over a decade, this was one of the groups best MCA/ABC albums".

                                               

South Ebro Column

The South Ebro Column was a column that fought in the Spanish Civil War. The Spanish coup of July 1936 produced a general mobilization of the National Confederation of Labor, in which Antonio Ortiz Ramirez played a prominent role in the suffocati ...

                                               

Korets-Landau leaflet

Korets-Landau leaflet, was authored by the Soviet physicists Mosey Korets and Lev Landau in 1938 and condemned Joseph Stalin and the NKVD as the response to the Great Purge in the Soviet Union. The Soviet leader Stalin was accused for betrayal of ...

                                               

Homer Martinez

Homer Enrique Martinez Yepez is a Colombian footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre back for Categoria Primera A side Atletico Bucaramanga.

                                               

2020 Cairo Declaration

The 2020 Cairo Declaration, announced on June 6, 2020, was a proposed Second Libyan Civil War ceasefire drawn up in Cairo between Egypts Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and leaders associated with the Libyan National Army, including Khalifa Haftar and Aguil ...

                                               

Elda Pucci

Elda Pucci was an Italian politician and professor. She was member of the Italian Republican Party. She has served as Mayor of Palermo from 1983 to 1984. She was Member of the European Parliament from 1992 to 1994. She participated in the tennis ...

                                               

Giuseppe Insalaco

Giuseppe Insalaco was an Italian politician. He has served as Mayor of Palermo from 17 April 1984 to 13 July 1984. He was Mayor of Palermo for three months. Giuseppe Insalaco is remembered every year on 21 March in the Day of remembrance and comm ...

                                               

Darya Mykhaylova

Darya Mykhaylova is a Ukrainian long-distance runner. In 2016, she competed in the womens half marathon at the 2016 European Athletics Championships held in Amsterdam, Netherlands. She finished in 54th place. In 2017, she represented Ukraine at t ...

                                               

Joshua D. Rothman

Upon earning his PhD, Rothman joined the department of history at the University of Alabama as an Assistant professor. In this role, he published his first book on the history of interracial sex in Virginia before the Civil War titled Notorious i ...

                                               

Wendy Maybury

Wendy Maybury is a stand-up comedian and photographer from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her debut album Shes Not From Around Here, produced by Grammy winner Dan Schlissel, was released June 26, 2020 on Stand Up! Records, and reached No. 1 on the Amazo ...

                                               

Covid Watch

Covid Watch is an open source nonprofit founded in February 2020 with a mission -- build mobile technology to fight the COVID-19 pandemic while defending digital privacy. The Covid Watch founders became concerned about emerging, mass surveillance ...

                                               

Mike Magpayo

Magpayo is a native of Hacienda Heights, California. He attended UC Santa Barbara, graduating with a degree in business economics in 2001. He was a high school basketball coach from 2001 to 2010. Magpayo also served as the CEO of a multi-million ...

                                               

Shirley Williamson

Shirley Williamson was an American artist and educator, known for her seaside paintings and monotype prints. She was active between 1913 until 1940, in New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area and Carmel, California.

                                               

Luis Feliciano

Feliciano made his professional debut on February 17, 2017, scoring a six-round unanimous decision UD victory over Angel Rodriguez at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles, California. After compiling a record of 12–0 8 KOs he faced Genaro Gamez for ...

                                               

Marsha Aizumi

Aizumi was motivated to improve schools for LGBT youth after seeing the harassment her transgender son faced. She founded the first PFLAG chapter for Asian-Pacific Islanders. The chapter began hosting events for specific ethnic groups, with Aizum ...

                                               

John McKennell

John McKennell was a Canadian ice hockey Right Wing and coach who played for Michigan in the early 1950s, winning three consecutive National Championships.

                                               

George Bedborough

George Bedborough Higgs was an English bookseller, journalist and writer who advocated for a number of causes, including sex reform, freethought, secularism, animal rights, vegetarianism, and free love. He was the secretary of the Legitimation Le ...

                                               

Eliza McNitt

McNitt is a writer and director who specializes in blending science with art. In 2018 she was an Emmy Awards finalist and Grand Prize winner for the VR category at the Venice Film Festival. Other festivals that have exhibited her work includes SX ...

                                               

1946 Harvard Crimson football team

The 1946 Harvard Crimson football team was an American football team that represented Harvard University during the 1946 college football season. In its 10th season under head coach Dick Harlow, the team compiled a 7–2 record and outscored their ...

                                               

M. Estella Sprague

M. Estella Sprague was an American home economics professor and academic administrator at the University of Connecticut, then Connecticut Agricultural College. She served as the first dean of the Division of Home Economics and dean of women from ...

                                               

Beatrice the Sixteenth

Beatrice the Sixteenth: Being the Personal Narrative of Mary Hatherley, M.B., Explorer and Geographer is a 1909 feminist utopian novel by the English transgender lawyer and writer Irene Clyde, about a time traveller who discovers a lost world, wh ...

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