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Sidney Smith

Sidney Smith may refer to: Sidney Oslin Smith Jr. 1923–2012, United States federal judge Sid Smith actor 1894-1928, American actor in silent films Sidney Lawton Smith 1845–1929, American designer, illustrator and bookplate artist Sidney Smith sno ...

John Collins (Surveyor General)

According to the Dictionary of Canadian Biography little is known of Collinss early life. Samuel Johannes Holland, Surveyor General when Collins was appointed his deputy, on September 8, 1764, wrote that he had been" imployed for many years as a ...

Solitary

Solitary is the state of being alone or in solitude. The term may refer to: Solitary ritual, occult practice Solitary Mountain, a mountain in Yukon, Canada shortened form of solitary confinement Solitary album, 2008 album by Don Dokken Solitary a ...

Bagheera (disambiguation)

Bagheera is the black panther in Rudyard Kipling s The Jungle Book Bagheera may also refer to: BAGHEERA schooner, a historic windjamming schooner based in Portland, Maine Bagheera Blades, a former bandy club, US Champions in 1984 and 1985 Matra B ...

44 (album)

44 is the sixth solo album by Canadian indie rock musician Joel Plaskett, released on April 17, 2020. Dubbed the "spiritual successor" to Plasketts prior triple album Three, the 44-song, quadruple album was released the day before the artists 45t ...

Calais (disambiguation)

Mount Calais, Alexander Island, Antarctica Calais, Vermont, United States, a town Calais, Limpopo, South Africa, a village Calais, Maine, United States, a city Arrondissement of Calais, France Calais, Alberta, Canada, an unincorporated community ...

Michael Hoffman

Mike Hoffman ice hockey, born 1963, Canadian ice hockey player retired, who played for the Hartford Whalers Mike Hoffman ice hockey, born 1989, Canadian ice hockey player, in the Florida Panthers organization Moe Hoffman, American soccer player M ...

David Irving (disambiguation)

David Irving is a British Holocaust denier and writer. David Irving may also refer to: David Irving director, American film director, screenwriter, author, and professor David Irving librarian 1778–1860, Scottish biographer David P. Irving 1841–1 ...

HPO

HPO may refer to: Hydrogen peroxide, an oxidizer Hpon language, spoken in Burma Premnaspirodiene oxygenase, an enzyme Humanist Party of Ontario, a political party in Canada HPO formalism, an approach to temporal quantum logic Hippo, a protein kin ...

John Clement

John Clement may refer to: John Clement politician, politician in Ontario, Canada John Clement MP, in 1539, MP for Bath John Clement, Count of Branicki 1689–1771, Polish nobleman, magnate and Hetman Jack Clement born 1931, American singer/songwri ...

Del Monte (surname)

del Monte is a surname. Notable people with the name include: Bryan Del Monte, U.S. Department of Defense deputy director Peter Del Monte born 1943, Italian film director and screenwriter Ryan Del Monte born 1983, Canadian ice hockey player Domin ...

Ember (disambiguation)

Ember is glowing hot coals from carbon-based material. Ember may also refer to: Ember days, fasting days within Western Christian churches Ember film, a 2016 Turkish film Ember video game, a 2016 role-playing video game

HSS

Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, a cultural organisation in several countries Hampstead Scientific Society, UK Croatian Peasant Party Croatian: Hrvatska seljacka stranka Croatian Chess Federation Croatian: Hrvatski sahovski savez, HSS Humanist Society Sc ...

Blanshard

Blanshard may refer to: Places: Blanshard Street, arterial road in Victoria, British Columbia Blanshard Peak, distinctive rock pinnacle in Golden Ears Provincial Park Blanshard, Manitoba, rural municipality in the province of Manitoba in Western ...

HAC

Higher Attestation Commission, a national government agency in Russia, Ukraine and some other post-Soviet states that oversees awarding of advanced academic degrees Humanist Association of Canada Hadassah Academic College, Jerusalem, Israel Sudan ...

David Robinson (artist)

David Robinson is a Canadian artist specializing in figurative sculpture. He is best known for dynamic compositions that situate his figures in abstract formal environments.

Lost

Lost TV series, an ABC drama about people who become stranded on a mysterious island "Lost" Stargate Universe, an episode of science fiction television series Stargate Universe "The Lost" Class, an episode of the first series of the Doctor Who sp ...

Lost Lake

British Columbia Lost Lake Sherman in Sherman, Iron County, Wisconsin Lost Lake Mackenzie Lost Lake Marinette County Lost Lake Iron County Lost Lake Mercer in Mercer, Wisconsin Lost Lake near Abbotsford, see Chadsey Lake Lost Lake Door County in ...

Lost Souls

Lost Souls 1980 film, a Shaw Brothers production Lost Souls 2000 film, a movie directed by Janusz Kaminski and starring Winona Ryder and Ben Chaplin Lost Souls 1998 film, a UPN original movie directed by Jeff Woolnough, starring John Savage and B ...

Lost villages

Deserted medieval villages Lost Villages Museum, in Ault Park Ontario The Lost Villages, a group of ten villages in Ontario, Canada Abandoned villages

Lost River

In Canada: Lost River, Quebec, part of Harrington, Quebec In the United States: Lost River, Kentucky Lost River, West Virginia Lost River Township, Martin County, Indiana Lost River, Indiana Lost River, Idaho

List of MPs who lost their seat in the 2011 Canadian federal election

This is the list of the 91 Members of the Canadian Parliament that lost their seat at the 2011 Canadian federal election. The leader of the Liberal Party Michael Ignatieff lost his riding of Etobicoke - Lakeshore to Bernard Trottier, a Conservati ...

FIRA

FIRA may refer to: Furniture Industry Research Association, a United Kingdom research association which serves the furniture industry UDP-3-O-3-hydroxymyristoylglucosamine N-acyltransferase, an enzyme Foreign Investment Review Agency, a Canadian ...

Easterbrook

Easterbrook is a surname from Devon, England. Notable people with the surname include: Syd Easterbrook, English golfer Don Easterbrook, geology professor and global warming skeptic Steve Easterbrook born 1967, British businessman, CEO of McDonald ...

SNU

SNU may refer to: Spiritualists National Union, spiritualist organisation, founded in the United Kingdom IATA airport code SNU: Abel Santamaria Airport, an international airport serving Santa Clara, Cuba Solar neutrino unit, a unit of measure in ...

NSAC

NSAC may refer to: National Student Advertising Competition, an American advertising competition National Security Analysis Center National Spiritualist Association of Churches NATO Strategic Airlift Capability North Shore Aero Club, in Auckland, ...

Rosemary Brown

Rosemary Brown may refer to: Rosemary Brown US politician, Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Rosemary Brown politician, the first black woman to be elected to political office in Canada Rose Browne, African-American e ...

Lilydale

Lilydale, Lily Dale, Lillydale or Lillydale may refer to: Australia Lilydale railway line, a suburban electric railway in Melbourne, Australia Lilydale, Tasmania, a small town in Northern Tasmania Lilydale railway station, a railway station in Me ...

Palestinabuch

The Palestinabuch, also Palestina Buch, Palastinabuch or Palastina Buch, is an allegedly lost manuscript by the German-Dutch pseudoscientist and antisemite Herman Wirth, founder of the German Ahnenerbe, which its adherents claim would have change ...

Staff

Fire staff, a staff of wood or metal and Kevlar, used for fire dancing and performance The weapon used in stick-fighting Flagstaff, on which a flag is flown Gun staff, a weapon in Chinese martial arts Marotte, a staff with a carved image of a hea ...

Who Sleeps My Bro (TV series)

Who Sleeps My Bro is a 2016 Chinese web-series coming-of-age comedy drama series based on the song with the same title sung by Gao Xiaosong. Directed by Zhang Qi, starring Chen Xiao, Du Tianhao, Liu Ruilin, and Li Xian. The series premiered on Ji ...

List of people from Lexington

This is a list of notable people from Lexington, Massachusetts. It includes people who were born or raised in, lived in, or spent significant portions of their lives in Lexington, for whom Lexington is a significant part of their identity. This l ...

Mangi

Mangi Mahal fl. 1998–2019, popular Punjabi folk singer Mangi Meli died in 1900, leader of the Chaga in the 1890s A kind of chiefship found among the Chaga tribe of Tanzania

Takedown

Takedown: The Pursuit and Capture of Americas Most Wanted Computer Outlaw, by John Markoff and Tsutomu Shimomura The Takedown: A Suburban Mom, a Coal Miners Son, and the Unlikely Demise of Colombias Brutal Norte Valle Cartel, by Jeffrey Robinson

Simona Duque de Alzate

Simona de la Luz Duque de Alzate was a Colombian revolutionary. Duque was the daughter of Andres Duque, landowners in the region, and Maria Rincon. She married Antonio Alzate. Duque became a great symbol of the War of Independence of Colombia, by ...

Juan Jose Reyes-Patria Escobar

Juan Jose Reyes-Patria Escobar was born in July 1785 in Santa Rosa de Viterbo Boyaca. He was the son of the landowner Manuel Ignacio de los Reyes Forero and Maria de la Luz Cruz Escobar y Torres. He was formally educated in Tunja, Boyaca, where w ...

El Sabinito

El Sabinito is the ruin of a Pre-Columbian settlement formerly occupied by the Huastecs in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. It is located approximately 25 kilometers southwest and 96 kilometers southeast of modern cities Soto la Marina and Ciudad ...

Aorangi

Aorangi may refer to: Mount Aorangi, the highest mountain in the Millen Range of Antarctica Aorangi Range, the southernmost mountain range of New Zealands North Island Aoraki / Mount Cook, a name for New Zealands highest mountain Aorangi Island, ...

Peoples Front

Peoples Front Yugoslavia Serbo-Croatian: Narodni Front ; Slovenian: Ljudska fronta Peoples Front Ukraine Народний фронт Peoples Front Turkey Halk Cephesi Peoples Front Canada Peoples Front Mauritania Front Populaire Peoples Front Iceland Alþydufy ...

Michael Steel

Michael von Steel, actor on the gay vampire television series The Lair Mike Steel mathematician born 1960, professor in New Zealand Michael Steel, official of English company Hybrid Air Vehicles Ltd Miljenko Matijevic born 1964, Croatian-American ...

Jinx (disambiguation)

Jinx Blackwood novel, 2013 childrens novel in a trilogy by Sage Blackwood, and others by that author. The Jinx, an English translation of the 1856 fantasy novella Jettatura by Theophile Gautier "The Jinx", a short story by Robert E. Howard Jinx C ...

Tagliaferro

Tagliaferro is an Italian occupational surname which is most prevalent in the regions of Veneto, Piedmont and Lombardy and is also to be found among the Argentinian, Brazilian, Venezuelan and the American Italian diaspora. Notable people with the ...

Elemental (disambiguation)

An elemental is a type of magical entity who personifies a force of nature and controls natural powers derived from their element. Elemental may also refer to:

Kolin

Kolin may refer to: Kolin, town in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic Kolin District Kolin, Iran, or Koleyn, Kolīn and Kūlīn), a village in Koleyn Rural District, Fashapuyeh District, Rey County, Tehran Province, Iran Kolin, Louisi ...

Rude (disambiguation)

Rude may refer to: Mr. Rude, a Mr. Men character; see List of Mr. Men#Mr. Rude Rude, a village and a former municipality in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany NOAAS Rude S 590, originally USC&GS Rude, a survey ship in service in the United States Co ...

Alone

Alone TV series, a 2015 reality series about ten people surviving alone in the wilderness Alone 2001 film, a Croatian film by Lukas Nola "Alone" The X-Files, an episode of The X-Files Alone, original title for the 2013 horror film Phobia Alone 20 ...

White hand

White Hand military organization, a secret, unofficial military organization in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes White Hand Gang, a collection of the various anti-Italian Irish gangs in the New York area from the early 1900s to 1925 Man ...

HPS

Habib Public School, in Pakistan Halepaghen Grammar School, in Buxtehude, Germany Hyderabad Public School, in India Hamdard Public School, Lahore, in Pakistan Hastings Public Schools Nebraska, in the United States Hamtramck Public Schools, in Mic ...

Pavle Radic

Pavle Radic was a Croatian politician and member of the Croatian Peoples Peasant Party. Radic was shot and killed in parliament by the Serbian radical politician Punisa Racic. This assassination further alienated the Croats and the Serbs and init ...

Andrija Betlehem

Andrija Betlehem was member of the "Doglavniks Council" of the Main Ustasa Headquarters, the ruling body of the Ustasa party in the Independent State of Croatia. Betlehem was born on 19 November 1879 in Peteranec. His occupation was tillage. He w ...