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Hilo Hawaiian Hotel

The Hilo Hawaiian Hotel located in Hilo, Hawaiis second largest town, is one of a few relatively large hotels on the east coast of Hawaii Island. It is located, like the Grand Naniloa Hotel, on Banyan Drive.

                                               

Louise Boynton

Mary Louise Boynton was an American newspaper publisher and editor. She was the personal secretary and partner of actress Maude Adams.

                                               

Araceli Sanchez Urquijo

Araceli Sanchez Urquijo was a Niños de Rusia child evacuee during the Spanish Civil War and the first woman to work as a civil engineer in Spain.

                                               

History of Cuba (1902-1959)

The history of Cuba from 1902 to 1959, referred by the current Cuban regime as the Neocolonial period encompasses the period after Cubas independence from the Spanish Empire in 1902, various changing governments and US military occupations, and e ...

                                               

Rene Mentz

Rene Mentz is a South African former professional tennis player. Mentz, a junior Wimbledon quarter-finalist who was raised in Pretoria, played on the professional tour in the 1980s and early 1990s. She reached a career high singles ranking of 295 ...

                                               

Vumile Msweli

Vumile Msweli was born as the only child in King Edward VIII Hospital in Durban KwaZulu-Natal. She completed her primary and secondary education at Holy Family College in Durban; She went on to St. Marys Diocesan School for Girls, Pretoria where ...

                                               

Abdallah Chahine

Abdallah Chahine was a Lebanese pianist and tuner-technician who devised an "Oriental piano" capable of playing quarter tones. Abdallah Chahine constructed his Oriental piano with the help of Austrian Hofmann. Wadia Sabra had already had an orien ...

                                               

List of awards and nominations received by Manna

Manna, was a successful Bangladeshi film actor and producer. In his 24 years career he has acted in more than three hundred films. He earned numerous accolades in his long career, including 1 National Film Award, 3 Meril Prothom Alo Awards, and 5 ...

                                               

General strike in September

It is a nationwide strike led by Communist Party of Korea in 1946 during United States Army Military Government in Korea. Starting with the strike of railway workers in Busan on September 23, 1946, labor unions of each industry began a joint stri ...

                                               

Tula Suvorov Military School

The Tula Suvorov Military School is a military educational institution of secondary education of the Ministry of Defense of Russia. It was the second Suvorov Military School to be founded in the Soviet Union. It is primarily geared towards the Ru ...

                                               

Bahman Tavoosi

Tavoosi began his career as a film critic and author at the age of 17 and gradually shifted towards documentary and fiction film making in later years. After directing a few fiction and documentary short films in his native country of Iran, Tavoo ...

                                               

Alireza Qaeminia

Alireza Qaeminia is an Iranian philosopher and associate professor of epistemology at the Research Institute for Islamic Culture and Thought. He is a recipient of the Iranian Book of the Year Award for his book Biology of the Religious Text.

                                               

Oakleigh

Oakleigh, Potts Point, a heritage-listed house in Sydney, New South Wales Electoral district of Oakleigh, an electoral district in Victoria, Australia Oakleigh, Victoria, suburb of Melbourne, Australia

                                               

Strange Time

Strange Time is an international art exhibition in the virtual space, created by Ukrainian artist Stepan Ryabchenko within the framework of the Art Laboratory creative association. The project was launched on May 7, 2020, during the COVID-19 quar ...

                                               

Left-Right Coalition Movement in Korean peninsula

Left-Right Coalition Movement or Left-Right Coalition Committee is a movement to promote bond under the cooperation between the Left and Right of Joseon to establish a government in 1946 after the period of Japanese occupation of Korea. This move ...

                                               

Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Wloclawek

The Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Wloclawek - a gothic building erected after 1340, consecrated in 1411 after the completion of the naves. Construction continued during the fifteenth and early sixteenth centur ...

                                               

Wellington Fountain

Wellington Fountain is a listed heritage structure in Kala Ghoda in Fort, Mumbai, which is part of Mumbais Victorian ensemble that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was erected in 1865, to commemorate the visits of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of ...

                                               

Grade II listed buildings in Brighton and Hove: W–Z

As of February 2001, there were 1.124 listed buildings with Grade II status in the English city of Brighton and Hove. The total at 2009 was similar. The city, on the English Channel coast approximately 52 miles south of London, was formed as a un ...

                                               

George Denton Park

George Denton Park is approximately 37 acres of native bush given to Wellington City in 1951 by William Denton in memory of his parents, George and Eliza Denton. Now a part of Wellington Town Belt, it is sandwiched between Zealandia and Polhill G ...

                                               

Monica Pinto

Monica Pinto is an Argentinian lawyer. She studied law at the University of Buenos Aires, graduating with a first degree in 1975, and a PhD in 1983. On August 1, 2015, Pinto became a UN Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers ...

                                               

Anthony Obiagboso Enukeme

Anthony Obiagboso Enukeme was a Nigerian businessman from Anambra State, south-eastern Nigeria. He was the founder, Chairman and Managing Director of Tonimas Nigeria Limited, a local manufacturing and trading company. He was a Papal Knights of St ...

                                               

List of Roman Catholic archbishops of Quebec

The Archbishop of Quebec is the head of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Quebec, who is responsible for looking after its spiritual and administrative needs. As the archdiocese is the metropolitan see of the ecclesiastical province encompassing ...

                                               

Franz Fleckenstein

Born in Wurzburg, Fleckenstein studied church music in Regensburg and after the war additionally theology. In 1950 he was ordained a catholic priest. Later he was chaplain in Miltenberg. From 1953 he was music prefect in Wurzburg. From 1960 he wa ...

                                               

Jurij Bizjak

Bishop Jurij Bizjak is a Slovenian Roman Catholic prelate who serves as a Bishop of the Diocese of Koper since 26 May 2012. Previously he was a Titular Bishop of Gergis and Auxiliary Bishop of Diocese of Koper from 13 May 2000 until 26 May 2012.

                                               

Evangelical Parish of the Augsburg Confession in Wloclawek

The Evangelical Parish of the Augsburg Confession in Wloclawek – an evangelical parish belonging to the diocese of Pomerania and Wielkopolska, located on Brzeska Street.

                                               

Immovable Cultural Heritage of Great Importance (Serbia)

Immovable Cultural Heritage of Great Importance are those objects of Immovable cultural heritage that enjoy the second-highest level of state protection in the Republic of Serbia, behind the Immovable Cultural Heritage of Exceptional Importance. ...

                                               

Jose Cabantan

Jose Araneta Cabantan is a Filipino Roman Catholic clergyman who is currently the Archbishop of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro in the Philippines.

                                               

999-year leases in Hong Kong

They were almost exclusively granted from 1849 to May 1898 on Hong Kong Island and in Kowloon. Exceptions include: Hang Cheong Tai Building 1900, Cheung Ling Mansion 1900, Ka Yue Building 1901, Princeton Tower 1901, Lun Fung Court 1903 and the Co ...

                                               

All Saints Church, Malabar Hill

All Saints Church on Little Gibbs Road in Malabar Hill, Mumbai, India is affiliated to the Church of North India. It was built in 1881 as an Anglican church for the local congregation that had to earlier travel some 8 kilometres to St. Thomas Cat ...

                                               

Christ Church, Byculla

Christ Church in Byculla, Mumbai is affiliated to the Church of North India and was built in 1833 as an Anglican church. The churchs establishment has been the subject of a myth that it was built to suit the convenience of the Governor of Bombay, ...

                                               

John Peter Savarinayagam

John Peter Savarinayagam was a native of Michaelpatti, near Thirukattupalli, Thanjavur district, Tamil Nadu, India. His parents were Savarinayagam and Thomaiammal. He was a Capuchin Franciscan priest in the Amala Annai Capuchin Province of Tamil ...

                                               

List of tallest domes

This is a list of the tallest domes in the world. The dome can be measured by various criteria. There are different types of domes. Many of the tallest domes have a lantern. Strictly speaking, the lantern is not part of the dome, but often the ov ...

                                               

St. Henrys Cathedral

St. Henrys Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Helsinki, Finland, dedicated to Henry, a 12th-century Bishop of Finland. It is the Cathedral Church of the Catholic Diocese of Helsinki. The church was designed by architect Ernst Lohrmann. It ...

                                               

Early Gothic architecture

Early Gothic is the style of architecture that appeared in northern France, Normandy and England between about 1130 and the mid-13th century. It combined and developed several key elements from earlier styles, particularly from Romanesque archite ...

                                               

List of tallest clock towers

A list of the tallest structures with clocks on their exterior that can be seen from the ground. The list includes various structures with a working clock face or faces on their exteriors. The first type of structure are proper Clock towers which ...

                                               

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston. In 2020 the primary and secondary schools of the archdiocese had about 30.000 students and numbered 112.

                                               

Courcy

Courcy is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Courcy, Calvados, in the Calvados departement Courcy, Marne, in the Marne departement Courcy, Manche, in the Manche departement Courcy-aux-Loges, in the Loiret departement Cour ...

                                               

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen

Immaculata High School, Somerville Mount St. Mary Academy, Watchung St. Thomas Aquinas High School formerly Bishop George Ahr High School, Edison St. Joseph High School, Metuchen independent

                                               

Koru Tito

Koru Tito is a priest of Roman Catholic Church, elected bishop of the Diocese of Tarawa and Nauru in June 2020.

                                               

Unlocking Our Sound Heritage

Unlocking Our Sound Heritage is a UK-wide project that aims to preserve, digitise and provide access to a large part of the nations sound heritage to the public. The UOSH project forms part of the core programme Save Our Sounds led by the British ...

                                               

Tochnog professional

Tochnog Professional is a Finite Element Analysis solver developed and distributed by Tochnog Professional Company. It can be used for free, both for academic work and commercially. The source is not made publicly available however. The software ...

                                               

Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020

The Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020, officially designated as Republic Act No. 11479, is a Philippine law whose stated intent is to prevent, prohibit and penalize terrorism in the Philippines. The law was signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on July 3, ...

                                               

The Assembly of the Catholic Ordinaries of the Holy Land

The Assembly of the Catholic Ordinaries of the Holy Land A.C.O.H.L) is an initiative of the Catholic Church in the Holy Land. The initiative was founded by the Apostolic Delegate in Jerusalem and Palestine. It is composed of the Catholic Ordinari ...

                                               

Freguesia de Nossa Senhora do Carmo

Freguesia de Nossa Senhora do Carmo is a civil parish in Macao Special Administrative Region. The major part of the freguesia is located in Taipa but it runs through to Hengqin Island in mainland China. The freguesia is named after the Igreja de ...

                                               

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Paterson

Non-diocesan schools Delbarton School, Morristown operated by the Benedictine monks of Saint Marys Abbey Villa Walsh Academy, Morristown operated by the Religious Teachers Filippini

                                               

Ostergarn Church

Ostergarn Church was built in the middle of the 13th century. Originally a tower was also planned to be built west of the nave, but it was never constructed. A sacristy was added in 1786. The plan of both the nave and the chancel are almost squar ...

                                               

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River

St. Francis Xavier School Acushnet St. Pius X School South Yarmouth St. Mary-Sacred Heart School North Attleboro Holy Name School Fall River St. Stanislaus School Fall River Espirito Santo School Fall River - Espirito Santo School opened on Septe ...

                                               

St Andrews Church, Leytonstone

The Church of St Andrew, Leytonstone is a Victorian era Church of England parish church in Leytonstone, East London, adjacent to Epping Forest. It is a Grade II listed building.

                                               

1989 Vatican AIDS conference

The 1989 Vatican AIDS conference, known officially as the Fourth International Conference of the Pontifical Council for Pastoral Assistance to Health Care Workers, was a three day academic symposium that ran from November 13 to November 15, 1989. ...

                                               

List of works by W.E. Noffke

W.E. Noffke was an architect in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, best known for his residential works. His houses, some of the grandest in the city of the time, are designed in a large variety of styles, most in an eclectic style, often with Mediterranea ...

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