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Less

less Unix, a Unix utility program Large-Scale Scrum LeSS, a product development framework that extends Scrum Less stylesheet language, a dynamic stylesheet language

Hazard (disambiguation)

In the United States Hazard, Kentucky, a city Hazard, Washington, an unincorporated community Hazard, Nebraska, a village Elsewhere The Hazards, a mountain range in Tasmania

Elizabeth Allen

Elizabeth Anne Allen born 1970, American actress Elizabeth Allen actress 1929–2006, American stage, film and television performer Elizabeth Allan 1910–1990, English stage, film and television actress Beth Allen born 1984, New Zealand stage, film ...

John Townsend

John Townsend may refer to: John Townsend Irish politician 1737–1810, Irish MP for Dingle, Doneraile and Castlemartyr John G. Townsend, Jr. 1871–1964, American businessman and politician, governor and senator from Delaware John Townsend author bo ...

Wicksteed

Wicksteed may refer to: People: Alexander Wicksteed, English traveller and writer Connie Wicksteed or Habeas Corpus play, stage comedy in two acts by the English author Alan Bennett Philip Wicksteed 1844–1927, known primarily as an economist Char ...

1810 House Tax Hartal

The House Tax Hartal of 1810–11 was an occasion of nonviolent resistance to protest a tax in parts of British India, with a particularly noteworthy example of hartal in the vicinity of Varanasi.

Jane Ross (collector)

Jane Ross was born in or near Limavady, County Londonderry on 5 August 1810. She was the eldest of the four daughters and two sons of John Ross 1781–1830 and his second wife Jane nee Ogilby. Her siblings were Elizabeth, William, Ann, Theodosia an ...

Bowlegs

Bowlegs may refer to: Billy Bowlegs Pirate Festival, an annual festival held in Fort Walton Beach, Florida William Augustus Bowles or "Billy Bowlegs" 1763–1805, an English adventurer Bolek died 1819, a Seminole chieftain from Florida during the F ...

Ayya

Ayya may refer to: Ayyavazhi, a Tamil/Malayalee Indian religion Ayya Pali word, Ayya, the Pali term, translated as "honourable" or "worthy," commonly used in reference to ordained female Buddhist monks Vishnu, whose Tamil name is Ayya Ayya, Kapur ...

Pategi Emirate

Patigi Emirate is Nigeria traditional state founded 1898 by Idrissu Gana I the first monarch of the emirate, the name patigi means small hill the emirate situated in pategi local government of kwara State and the capital of Pategi.

Johnstown Castle

Johnstown Castle is located on the Johnstown Castle Estate, a 150 acres 61 ha estate, located off the road between Murntown and Rathaspeck, 5.5 km 3.4 mi southwest of Wexford town.

Soothsayer

Soothsayer may refer to: Haruspex One practicing divination, including Oracle Fortune-telling The Soothsayer, an album by Wayne Shorter "Soothsayer", a song by Buckethead from Crime Slunk Scene "Soothsayer", a song by The Mars Volta from The Bedl ...

Henry James (disambiguation)

Henry James was an American author Henry James may also refer to: Henry James, 1st Baron James of Hereford 1828–1911, English lawyer and statesman Sir H. E. M. James Henry Evan Murchison James, 1846–1923, British officer in the Indian Civil Servi ...

Frances (disambiguation)

Frances, Washington, an unincorporated community Frances, Indiana, an unincorporated community Frances, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Frances, South Australia, a town

Tippecanoe

Tippecanoe may refer to several places or things in the United States: The 1811 Battle of Tippecanoe in Indiana Curse of Tippecanoe, the pattern where each American president who won an election in a year ending in zero from 1840 to 1960 died in ...

Temper

Temper mill, a steel processing line Tempering metallurgy, a heat treatment technique to increase the toughness of iron-based alloys Tempering chocolate, processing to ensure a uniform sheen and crisp bite Tempered glass, a type of safety glass p ...

Beaver dam (disambiguation)

Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Beaver Dam, Texas Beaver Dam Township, Cumberland County, North Carolina Beaver Dam, Arizona Beaverdam, Nevada Beaver Dam Knightdale, North Carolina, a historic plantation house Beaver Dam, Indiana Beaver Dam Township, Butle ...

Zimmer

Zimmer may refer to: The Zimmers, a British rock band Zimmerberg, a mountain and region in Zurich, Switzerland Zimmer frame, or walker William H. Zimmer Power Station, the worlds only nuclear power plant converted to a coal-burning plant, the lar ...

Richard Rodgers Awards for Musical Theatre

The Richard Rodgers Award is an annual award presented by the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and was created and endowed by Richard Rodgers in 1978 for the development of new works in musical theatre. These awards provide financial support ...

Blake DeLong

Blake Anthony DeLong is an American film, television, and stage actor best known for originating the role of Andrey/Old Bolkonsky in the hit musical Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812. He played the lead role opposite James Hand in Matt ...

Legend (Tchaikovsky)

Legend, Op. 54, No. 5 is a composition by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Originally written in 1883 as a song for solo voice and piano, it was subsequently arranged by Tchaikovsky for solo voice and orchestra, and then for unaccompanied choir.

Beast

BEAST music composition, a music composition and modular synthesis application that runs under Unix Beast card game, English name of historical French game, the first card game to use bidding Beast video game, a 1984 ASCII game Beast lighting sof ...

Little Giant (disambiguation)

Little Giant is a 1946 Abbott and Costello film. Little Giant or Little Giants may also refer to: Little Giants, a 1994 comedy featuring Rick Moranis and Ed ONeill Little Giant Ladder System, manufactured by Wing Enterprises, founded in the 1970s ...

Jimmy McGill

Jimmy McGill may refer to: Jimmy McGill footballer, born 1926 1926–2013, Scottish footballer with Bury, Derby County, Kilmarnock, Berwick Rangers, Queen of the South and Cowdenbeath Jimmy McGill footballer, born 1939 1939–2006, footballer with Ol ...

Kersey

Canada Kersey, Alberta United Kingdom Kersey, Suffolk, a village in England United States Kersey, Colorado Kersey, Pennsylvania, a location in Fox Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania Kersey, Indiana

John Mackie

John Mackie may refer to: John C. Mackie 1920–2008, U.S. Representative from Michigan John Mackie Kirkcudbright MP died 1858, MP for Kirkcudbright Stewartry John Mackie, Baron John-Mackie 1909–1994, British Labour Member of Parliament 1959–1974 J ...

Coat of arms of Buenos Aires Province

Coat of arms of Buenos Aires Province was declared official on the 19th of October 1935, by Law 4351. It is similar to the arms of Argentina and has its origins in the seal of the General Constituent Assembly of 1813. In 1813 the Assembly designe ...

Frankfurt (disambiguation)

Grand Duchy of Frankfurt 1810–1813 Frankfurt School, of social theory and research and of philosophy Eintracht Frankfurt, a German sports club Rural district of Frankfurt, a rural district Landkreis in the Prussian province of Hesse-Nassau 1885–1 ...

Mary Francis Bridgeman

Mother Mary Francis Bridgeman R.S.M. was a nun with the Sisters of Mercy, a Roman Catholic religious congregation of women, founded in Ireland by Catherine McAuley and a pioneer nurse during the Crimean War of 1854-1856.

Jean-Baptiste Berre

Jean-Baptiste Berre or Jan Baptist Berre Antwerp, 11 February 1777 – Paris, 6 May 1839) was a Flemish painter and sculptor. He trained Berrein Antwerp where he painted mainly still lifes. He later moved to Paris where he made a name as am animali ...

Beets (disambiguation)

Tom Beets, Belgian musician, member of the Flanders Recorder Quartet Betty Lou Beets 1937-2000 executed U.S. murderer Nicolaas Beets 1814-1903 Dutch theologian Pieter Beets 1900-1996 Dutch cyclist Dora Beets 1812-1864 Dutch writer Peter Beets bor ...

Paris Between Empires 1814-1852

Pamela Philbeam of History Today described the book as covering multiple "specific themes". As the chapters are organised by said themes, David Baguley of the University of Durham stated that overall the "method of the book is as much thematic as ...

Prince of Europe

Prince of Europe: the Life of Charles-Joseph de Ligne, 1735–1814 is a 2003 non-fiction book by Philip Mansel, concerning Charles-Joseph, 7th Prince of Ligne. It is a new version of a work previously published in French, Le Prince de Ligne: Le Cha ...

Grace (1814 ship)

Grace was launched in New York in 1812. She was taken in prize circa 1814. She then became a Falmouth, Cornwall, packet, sailing for the Post Office. She primarily sailed to New York via Halifax and Bermuda, but also sailed to the Mediterranean a ...

Mador of the Moor

Mador of the Moor is a narrative poem by James Hogg, first published in 1816. Consisting of an Introduction, five cantos, and a Conclusion, it runs to more than two thousand lines, mostly in the Spenserian stanza. Set in late medieval Scotland, i ...

Peder Harboe Hertzberg

Peder Harboe Hertzberg was a Norwegian priest best known for his efforts in educating the public during the introduction of potato cultivation in Norway. Hertzberg was the son of the parish priest Niels Jensen Hertzberg 1693–1764 and Dorothea Cat ...

Lotten

Lotten is a Finnish, Norwegian, and Swedish feminine given name that is a short form of Charlotte or Lieselotte, an alternate form of Lotte, and that is also related to Lisa, Elisa and Elisabeth. Notable people with the name include the following:

Brazil (disambiguation)

Brasil film, a 2002 short film by F. Javier Gutierrez Brazil 1944 film, a film starring Tito Guizar and Virginia Bruce TV Brasil, a Brazilian TV network Brazil 1985 film, a film by Terry Gilliam

Reliance

Reliance Retail, retail business wing Reliance Fresh Reliance Petroleum Reliance Industrial Infrastructure Reliance Logistics Reliance Industries, an Indian conglomerate holding headed by Mukesh Ambani Reliance Jio Reliance Digital Reliance Solar ...

Melpomene (1815 ship)

Melpomene was launched in 1815 at Kings Lynn. She traded with North America, the West Indies, the East Indies, and South American. She was wrecked in 1833 while in the North Atlantic, forcing her crew to abandon here.

Walter James (disambiguation)

Sir Walter James was the fifth Premier of Western Australia. Walter James may also refer to: Walter James, 1st Baron Northbourne 1816–1893, British peer and Tory Member of Parliament Walter James, 4th Baron Northbourne 1896–1982, British peer, ag ...

White Hart Inn Archaeological Site

White Hart Inn Archaeological Site is a heritage-listed inn and archaeological site at Windsor Road, Beaumont Hills in The Hills Shire local government area of New South Wales, Australia. It was built from 1827 to. The property is owned by NSW De ...

Grow

Grow may refer to: GROW model, a technique for problem solving or goal setting Growth, an increase in some quantity over time or a measure of some principal

Republican

Republican can refer to: An advocate of a republic, a form of government that is not a monarchy or dictatorship, and is usually associated with the rule of law Republicanism in Canada Republicanism in Australia Republicanism in New Zealand Republ ...

Vienna Conservatory

Vienna Conservatory may refer to: Konservatorium Wien University, established in 1938 as Musikschule der Stadt Wien, as of November 2015 Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, which incorpo ...

Samuel Pleasants Parsons House

The Samuel Pleasants Parsons House is a historic dwelling located at 601 Spring Street in Richmond, Virginia. It is best known for being the home of quaker, abolitionist, and prison superintendent Samuel Pleasants Parsons. It is likely that this ...

Pel

David Pel born 1991, a Dutch tennis player Pieter Klazes Pel 1852–1919, a Dutch physician Albert Pel born 1849, a French serial killer Hendrik Pel 1818-1876, a Dutch zoologist and government official

Norris Garshom Starkweather

He was born in 1818 in Windham County, Vermont, the son of Garsholm Starkweather, a farmer-carpenter and grist-and-saw mill owner, and Sally Starkweather. He was the youngest of six children. From around 1824 to 1834 the family lived in Canaan, V ...

Rhen

Rhen can refer to: Upper Rhenish Circle, an Imperial Circle of the Holy Roman Empire Upper Rhenish Master, an artist active ca. 1410-20, possibly in Strasbourg Lower Rhenish Music Festival, annual classical music festival at Pentecost between 181 ...

John Reese

John Reese baseball born 1895, Outfielder in the Negro Leagues John L. Reese born 1961, American musical producer for the Uproar Festival John P. Reese born 1953, American money manager and financial columnist John N. Reese, Jr. 1923–1945, Americ ...