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Robert Keyes (footballer)

Robert McCracken Keyes was a Scottish footballer who played for Morton and Falkirk, mainly as a centre forward. He signed for Falkirk in January 1935, with the club being relegated at the end of that season; however he scored 30 goals from 25 app ...

                                               

Moses Moody

Moses Moody is an American college basketball player for the Arkansas Razorbacks of the Southeastern Conference. He was a consensus four-star recruit and one of the best shooting guards in the 2020 class. He finished his high school career at Mon ...

                                               

Ashton Khan

Ashton Jamison McGhie Khan born May 6, 1991 is a British-Canadian professional basketball player who has played for Worcester Wolves Professional Basketball Club and S.C. Lusitania. He is currently playing for Bozhou Basketball Club in China.

                                               

John Thomson (footballer, born 1915)

John Fyfe Thomson was a Scottish footballer who played for Hamilton Academical, mainly as a left half. He became an increasingly important member of the Accies team during the 1930s during which they consistently finished in the top half of the S ...

                                               

2020–21 Clermont Foot season

The 2020–21 season is Clermont Foots 110th season in existence and the clubs 7th consecutive season in the second flight of French football. In addition to the domestic league, Clermont will participate in this seasons edition of the Coupe de Fra ...

                                               

2020–21 Royal Antwerp F.C. season

The 2020–21 season is Royal Antwerp Football Clubs 117th season in existence and the clubs 9th consecutive season in the top flight of Belgian football. In addition to the domestic league, Antwerp will participate in this seasons editions of the ...

                                               

The Snow Queen: Mirrorlands

The Snow Queen: Mirrorlands is a 2018 Russian 3D computer-animated fantasy comedy family film written by Andrey Korenkov, Robert Lence and directed by Robert Lence, and Aleksey Tsitsilin. Wizart Animation took charge of design and production whil ...

                                               

Pyotr Dementyev (footballer)

Pyotr Timofeyevich Dementyev Дементьев), 12 December 1913 - 1998) was a Soviet footballer who mainly played for Dynamo Leningrad and Zenit, as well as internationally for the Soviet Union, in the 1930s and 1940s. Whereas Dementyevs teams never wo ...

                                               

Trump v. NAACP (DACA)

Trump v. NAACP, No. 18-588 was a United States Supreme Court case. On June 18, 2020, the Supreme Court of the United States blocked the Trump administrations effort to dismantle DACA in "Donald J. Trump, President of the United States, et al., Pe ...

                                               

Tulani Bridgewater

Tulani Bridgewater is an American Record producer and Casting Director. She is the daughter of Grammy and Tony Award winner Dee Bridgewater and renowned Jazz trumpeter Cecil Bridgewater.

                                               

1951 Columbia Lions football team

The 1951 Columbia Lions football team was an American football team that represented Columbia University as an independent during the 1951 college football season. In their 22nd season under head coach Lou Little, the Lions compiled a 5–3 record, ...

                                               

Thunderstorm Artis

Thunderstorm Artis is an American folk and jazz singer. He took 3rd place in season 18 of the American talent competition The Voice behind Todd Tilghman with Toneisha Harris.

                                               

Amy Kennedy

Amy Kennedy is an American educator, mental health advocate, and politician from the state of New Jersey. She is the Democratic Party nominee in the 2020 elections seeking to represent New Jerseys 2nd congressional district in the United States H ...

                                               

John Brown of Wamphray

John Brown, of Wamphray, church leader, was probably born at Kirkcudbright; he graduated at the university of Edinburgh 24 July 1630. He was probably not settled till 1655, although he comes first into notice in some highly complimentary referenc ...

                                               

Muggle (disambiguation)

A muggle is a person without magical abilities in the Harry Potter series. Otherwise, it has been used in a number of groups and fields to refer to an outsider, non-initiate, or one lacking basic knowledge of the field. Muggle may also refer to: ...

                                               

No. 21 Group RAF

No. 21 Group RAF is a former Royal Air Force group that existed from April-July 1918; 1926-1934, a redesignation of No. 1 Group RAF; after which it was merged into Inland Area; and from 1938 to 1955. The group was transferred to Flying Training C ...

                                               

Richard More (disambiguation)

Richard More was an English cricketer and colonial administrator. Richard More may also refer to: Richard More Mayflower passenger 1614–c. 1694/96 Richard More died 1635, MP Richard More Parliamentarian 1576–1643, English landowner and politician ...

                                               

Ludwig von Alvensleben

Ludwig von Alvensleben was born on 3 May 1800 in Berlin. He came from the Low German noble family of Alvensleben. At the age of thirteen, he took part in the German War of Liberation and began his career as an officer. In 1821, he was punished wi ...

                                               

Racing Louisville FC

Racing Louisville FC is a future National Womens Soccer League team based in Louisville, Kentucky. It is set to begin play in 2021 at Lynn Family Stadium. The team is owned by Soccer Holdings LLC, which also owns Louisville City FC of the USL Cha ...

                                               

All-Star Baseball 2003

All Star Baseball 2003 is a baseball video game published by Acclaim Entertainment in 2002. The game features Derek Jeter on the cover. There are several different modes of play, such as exhibition, managing an existing Major League Baseball team ...

                                               

1982 Yugoslavian parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in Yugoslavia between 10 March and 10 May 1982 through a complicated delegate system which selected delegates to local, republic, and federal assemblies.

                                               

1986 Yugoslavian parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in Yugoslavia between 10 March and 10 May 1986 through a complicated delegate system which selected delegates to local, republic, and federal assemblies.

                                               

All-Star Baseball 2005

All-Star Baseball 2005 is a baseball video game developed by Acclaim Studios Austin and published by Acclaim Entertainment for PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2004. The game features Derek Jeter on the cover.

                                               

ABA League Players Union

The ABA League Players Union – VOICE is a nonprofit organization and trade union that represents ABA League basketball players.

                                               

Mario Fioretti

Mario Fioretti is an Italian professional basketball coach, who is currently an assistant coach of Olimpia Milano of the LBA and the EuroLeague.

                                               

2019 Virginia Tech Hokies womens soccer team

The 2019 Virginia Tech Hokies womens soccer team represented Virginia Tech during the 2019 NCAA Division I womens soccer season. It was the 27th season of the university fielding a program and 16th competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The ...

                                               

2019 Notre Dame Fighting Irish womens soccer team

The 2019 Notre Dame Fighting Irish womens soccer team represented the University of Notre Dame during the 2019 NCAA Division I womens soccer season. It was the 32nd season of the university fielding a program. The Fighting Irish were led by 2nd y ...

                                               

Brenda Perry

While competing on tour, Perry attained the top New Zealand ranking and represented her country in six Federation Cup ties, between 1978 and 1980. She registered Federation Cup wins over Wendy Barlow, Lee Duk-hee and Alejandra Vallejo. One of her ...

                                               

Molly McCook

Early in her career, McCook had minor roles in televisions 10 Things I Hate About You and Glee, both filmed in 2009 and released in 2010. She acted in a five episode arc of the soap opera, The Bold and the Beautiful, with her father, John, a seri ...

                                               

Capo Di Monte, Hampstead

Capo Di Monte at 3 Judgess Walk on Windmill Hill is a house in Hampstead in the London Borough of Camden. It is listed Grade II on the National Heritage List for England. The house stands on the corner of Upper Terrace and Judges Walk. The house ...

                                               

Bulent Sakrak

Sakrak was born on 26 August 1977 in Istanbul. He began his career on stage in 1996 by taking part in youth and childrens plays at Kartal Art Studios. In 1998, he enrolled in the Theatre Department of Istanbul University State Conservatory. After ...

                                               

Charlesworth (TV series)

Charlesworth is a British crime television series which first aired on BBC in 1959. A police procedural, it starred Wensley Pithey as Detective Superintendent Charlesworth, with Tony Church as Detective Sergeant Spence. It followed on from the pr ...

                                               

Charles Dyer (playwright)

1951: Who on Earth? 1966: LEscalier Staircase, an adaptation of which in France will inspire Jean Poiret, La Cage aux folles, in a comic version 1983: Lovers Dancing 1957: Poison in Jest 1954: Jovial Parasite 1971: Mother Adam 1975: A Hot Godly W ...

                                               

Jessica Fostekew

Fostekew was born in Sheffield in 1983 and grew up in Langton Matravers, Dorset. She is of one-quarter Austrian ancestry. She earned an LL.B. from London School of Economics.

                                               

Hebrew Sick Benefit Cemetery

Hebrew Sick Benefit Cemetery is a Jewish cemetery in Winnipeg, Canada. Founded in 1911, it contained approximately 3.500 graves as of 1996. It also contains a war memorial to fallen Jewish servicemen in World War II.

                                               

Mark Petrokovets

Mark Iosifovich Petrokovets was a Russian and Belarusian scientist prominent in the fields of tribology, the study of frictional interaction between surfaces, and well known for his classical influential handbooks "Introduction to Tribology" and ...

                                               

Roisin Garvey

Roisin Garvey is an Irish Green Party politician who has served as a Senator since June 2020, after being nominated by the Taoiseach.

                                               

Glasgow hotel stabbings

On 26 June 2020, a mass stabbing attack took place in the Park Inn Hotel, Glasgow, Scotland. Six people, including a police officer, were seriously injured. The attacker was shot dead by police at the scene.

                                               

Monica Partridge

Prof. Monica Partridge born Monica Agnes McMain was a British linguist and Russian and Serbo-Croat scholar who was a benefactor to the University of Nottingham. She was the first woman to be a Professor at her university.

                                               

George William Brown (trade unionist)

George William Brown was a British trade unionist and politician. Born in Kingston-upon-Hull, Brown became a train driver and relocated to Bristol. He joined the National Union of Railwaymen NUR, and became its organising secretary in the city in ...

                                               

Samuel Brooksworth

Samuel Brooksworth is an English businessman of Ghanaian descent. He first came to public attention in 2016 when he became a contestant on BBC Ones the Apprentice. After the show, Brooksworth founded a learning platform supporting entrepreneurs i ...

                                               

David Shelley (publisher)

David Shelley is a British publisher who is Chief Executive Officer of Hachette UK, the second-largest trade publisher, with divisions including Hodder & Stoughton, Orion, John Murray and Little, Brown. Shelley is also Vice-President of the execu ...

                                               

Alexander Laing (architect)

Alexander Laing was a Scottish architect who was mainly involved in house and castle design. It is believed Laing trained as a stonemason, but later worked as an architect, based in Edinburgh; his work is first listed as a mason in the Edinburgh ...

                                               

Troy Williamson (boxer)

Troy Williamson is an English professional boxer who has held the IBF European junior-middleweight title since 2019. As an amateur he won the 2015 ABA Championships in the middleweight division.

                                               

Dennis Morton Horne

After World War II, Dennis Morton Horne retired from the army as a captain and studied at University of Oxford, where he became seriously obsessed with chess. In the 1948 Plymouth International Chess Tournament, he won the former World chess cham ...

                                               

Nyma Tang

Nyma Tang is a beauty vlogger and activist against discrimination based on skin color and best known for her Youtube channel of the same name. She gained online popularity in 2017 for her YouTube series The Darkest Shade, in which she reviews the ...

                                               

Michael Stallibrass

Michael James Dahl Stallibrass is an English businessman and former first-class cricketer. The son of the minor counties cricketer Jim Stallibrass, he was born in June 1951 at Poltimore, Devon. He later studied at Magdalen College at the Universi ...

                                               

Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana

Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana is a food security welfare scheme announced by the Government of India in March 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic in India. The scheme is operated by the Department of Food and Public Distribution under th ...

                                               

Vastmanland County (Riksdag constituency)

Vastmanland is one of the 29 multi-member constituencies of the Riksdag, the national legislature of Sweden. The constituency was established in 1970 when the Riksdag changed from a bicameral legislature to an unicameral legislature. It is conter ...

                                               

Hasnain Malik

Hasnain Siddiq Malik is a Pakistani businessman and former first-class cricketer. Malik was born at Sargodha in August 1973. He was schooled in England at Kings College School, before going up to Keble College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, h ...

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