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Sarah Blake (poet)

Sarah Blake is an American writer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her debut novel, Naamah, is a retelling of the Great Flood and the familys time on the ark. Her poetry books include Mr. West and Lets Not Live on Earth, as well as the chapbook N ...

Virgia Brocks-Shedd

Virgia Brocks-Shedd was an American librarian and poet. She was the head librarian at the Tougaloo College library and was a founding member of multiple library associations, working to ensure African-Americans were represented in libraries. Broc ...

Breakers (1986 video game)

Breakers is a science fiction text adventure released in 1986 by Synapse Software, a division of Broderbund, for the Apple II, Atari ST, Commodore 64, and MS-DOS. The game was the last of Broderbunds "Electronic Novels" series, and was not a comm ...

Xue Tao (writer)

Xue Tao was born in 1971 in Changtu county Liaoning province, China. He graduated from Tieling City Technical College, and the Chinese Dept of the Shenyang Teacher Training College. In 2010, he was one of the Top Ten Gold Writers in Childrens Lit ...

TW

The Wanted, a British boy band Trade Wars, a 1984 online space trading game Tomorrows World, a British TV series James TW, English singer-songwriter Total War series, a computer strategy game series Tribal Wars, an online strategy game

The Opposites of Light

The Opposites of Light is Die So Fluids fourth full-length album. It was released in the United Kingdom on 5 May 2014, on Vorvolaka Records. The album was recorded at a variety of studios, both in London, UK and Hollywood, USA. The album is split ...

Leah Cypess

Leah Cypess is an American lawyer and author of fantasy and science fiction, specializing in young-adult fantasy, active in the field since 1995. Some of her earliest published stories were published under her maiden name, Leah Suslovich. She als ...

Maly

Ulrich Maly born 1960, German politician, Mayor of Nuremberg Arturo Maly 1939–2001, Silver Condor award-winning Argentine actor Theodore Maly 1894–1938, undercover Soviet intelligence officer Josef Maly 1894–1943, Czech gymnast Vladimir Maly, Cze ...

Cleft

Intergluteal cleft, the groove between the buttocks A cleft chin, a dimple on the chin Cleft lip and palate, a congenital deformity The pudendal cleft, part of the female genitalia

Arrhenius

Arrhenius may refer to Niklas Arrhenius, Swedish discus thrower Birgit Arrhenius born 1932, Swedish archaeologist Svante Arrhenius 1859–1927, Swedish physical chemist and 1903 Nobel laureate Carl Axel Arrhenius 1757–1824, Swedish army lieutenant ...

Nursery

Nursery school, a daycare facility for preschool-age children Nursery room, a room within the house designed for the care of a young child or children. Prison nursery, for imprisoned mothers with their young children

Pindi

Pindi may refer to: Pindi Bhattian, Pakistan Pindi Bhattian Tehsil, an administrative sub-division of Hafizabad district in the Punjab, Pakistan Rawalpindi, commonly known as Pindi, a city in the Punjab province of Pakistan Pindi Gheb Tehsil, an ...

Current Developments in Nutrition

Current Developments in Nutrition is a monthly peer-reviewed biomedical journal in the field of nutrition. The journal was established in 2017 as the first Gold Open Access journal of the American Society for Nutrition American Society for Nutrit ...

Kate Challis RAKA Award

The Kate Challis RAKA Award is an arts award worth A.000, awarded annually by the University of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia to Indigenous Australian creative artists. It is awarded in a five-year cycle, each year in a different area of the a ...

William Gilkerson

William Gilkerson was an American-Canadian writer, editor and artist. Between the 1960s to 2000s, Gilkerson wrote over ten books including Pirates Passage, which won the 2006 Governor Generals Award for English-language childrens literature. Year ...

Julian Earls

Julian Manly Earls is an American physicist who worked for NASA for over forty years. He has been awarded two NASA Exceptional Achievement Medals and was inducted into the Presidential Rank Award of the Senior Executive Service by both Bill Clint ...

Order of Persian Politeness

Order of Persian Politeness or Order of Adab Parsi is one of the badges of honor in Iran, established by Council of Iran Ministers in November 21, 1990. According to Article 19 of the Regulations on the Awarding of Government Orders of Iran, the ...

Order of Mehr

Order of Mehr is one of the badges of honor in Iran, established by "Council of Iran Ministers" in September 13, 1994. According to "Article 18" of the "Regulations on the Awarding of Government Orders" of Iran, in addition to the women can havin ...

Anjana Sinha

Anjana Sinha is an Indian Police Service 1990-batch officer from Andhra Pradesh-cadre. She is currently on Government of India deputation to Central Industrial Security Force at the rank of Inspector General and serves as the director of National ...

George Kennedy (disambiguation)

George Kennedy was an American actor. George Kennedy may also refer to: George Kennedy sports promoter 1881–1921, owner of the Montreal Canadiens ice hockey team, 1910–1921 George A. Kennedy classicist born 1928, American classical scholar George ...

Mary Kennedy (disambiguation)

Mary Ann Kennedy American singer, country music artist M. F. K. Fisher 1908–1992, nee Kennedy, American food writer Mary B. Kennedy born 1947, American neuroscientist Mimi Kennedy Mary Kennedy, born 1948, actress and author Mary Ann Kennedy Scott ...

Trey Kennedy

Trey Kennedy is a comedian and musician, known for his YouTube and TikTok videos. He emerged as a star on the Vine app, but after the app ended, he moved his platform to Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

Since feeling is first

"since feeling is first" is a poem written by E. E. Cummings. The poem was first published in 1926 in Is 5, a collection of poems published by Boni and Liveright, and, like most Cummings poems, is referred to by its first line. In the collection, ...

Alan Marshall

Alan Marshall may refer to: Alan Marshall, pen name used by American author Donald E. Westlake 1933–2008 Alan Marshall Australian author 1902–1984, Australian writer Alan Marshal actor 1909–1961, stage and film actor Jock Marshall Alan John Marsh ...

Thomas Marshall

Thomas Alexander Marshall 1794–1871, former U.S. Representative from Kentucky Thomas R. Marshall 1854–1925, Vice President under Woodrow Wilson, 1913–1921 Thomas Frank Marshall 1854–1921, U.S. Representative from North Dakota, 1901–1909 Thomas C. ...

Wayne Marshall

Wayne Marshall may refer to: Wayne Marshall ethnomusicologist, American scholar focusing on the musical and cultural production of the Caribbean and the Americas Wayne Marshall rugby league born 1963, Australian rugby league player Wayne Marshall ...

Erik Bethel

He graduated from the United States Naval Academy, where he was an Olmsted Scholar, a Cox Fund Scholar, and a Battalion Commander. He earned an Master of Business Administration from Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was ...

Mehdi Mollapour

Mehdi Mollapour, PhD, is a British-American Biochemist and Cancer Biologist. He is a Professor, Vice Chair for Translational Research and Director of Renal Cancer Biology Program for the Department of Urology, and Adjunct Professor at the Departm ...

History of U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II

History of U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II is the official history of the Corps during the war. Its five volumes were published beginning in 1958.

George Watson

George Watson mayor 1852–1923, mayor of Brisbane George Harvey Watson 1879–1947, politician in Saskatchewan, Canada George Watson MP 1768–1824, MP for Canterbury

Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology

The Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology is a premier scientific research organization in the north-east region of India, conceived and nurtured by the Assam Science Society in its initial years it was inaugurated by Nobel Laurea ...

Dirac (disambiguation)

Paul Dirac was a Swiss-British theoretical physicist, Nobel laureate, and a founder of the field of quantum physics. Dirac may also refer to:

Scientist of the Year Award

Scientist of the Year Award is one of several awards given in South Korea by the Korea Science Journalists Association. From 1985, it was awarded to one individual. From 1999, it was given to three winners, each within their own category, which c ...

Madeleine Roux

Madeleine Roux is an American best-selling horror writer. She was born in Minnesota and attended Beloit College, where she studied Creative writing and acting and graduated with BA in 2008. Roux lives in Seattle, Washington. She is responsible fo ...

Jessie Urquhart

Jessie Urquhart was an Australian journalist, novelist and short-story writer. Jessie Urquhart was born in Sydney in 1890, younger daughter of William c.1861–1931 and Elizabeth Barsby Urquhart nee Gault c.1861–1916. Her father, who was a gaol adm ...

Musharraf Karim

Musharraf Karim was a Bangladeshi writer and journalist. He was conferred with the Bangla Academy Literary Award in 2003 for his contribution to juvenile literature. He was a fellow of Bangla Academy too.

Hendrika Ruger

Hendrika Ruger was born in 1928 and began publishing in the late 1950s. In 1957, Rugers paper "National Music" was presented at the University of Windsors Annual Music Meeting. Hendrika Ruger graduated from the University of Windsor in Canada in ...

Jac Jemc

Jac Jemc is a horror fiction writer. She was a finalist for the 2013 PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize and did win the Paula Anderson Book Award. Jemc was awarded two Illinois Arts Council Grants. In 2014 Jemc was among a list of 25 Writers to Watch by ...

Helen Howe

Helen Huntington Howe was born to Mark Antony DeWolfe Howe and Fanny Huntington Quincy Howe on 11 January 1905. Her father was an author and biographer while her mother was known as an essayist and author. Her mother was from a long line of Quinc ...

Pilar Millan Astray

Pilar Millan Astray was a Spanish writer and playwright. Recent research shows that she was a spy for the Germans before WW1 and her literary success. She was later imprisoned for her fascist views and it is said that she suffered from the misogy ...

Blondie White

Blondie White is a 1937 mystery play by British writer Jeffrey Dell and Bernard Merivale. A murder mystery, it was inspired by an earlier play by Hungarian writer Ladislas Fodor. A famous crime novelist helps Scotland Yard to solve the murder of ...

The Standard (novel)

The Standard is a 1934 novel by the Austrian writer Alexander Lernet-Holenia. Set during the closing days of the First World War an officer of the Austro-Hungarian Army attempts to save his regimental colours from capture. They are taken back to ...

John D. Nesbitt

John Dunville Nesbitt is an American educator and writer of Northern Irish and Hungarian descent, known for his fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and song lyrics about the American West. He is best known for his traditional western novels, and has als ...

A Private Matter (book)

A Private Matter is an Italian novel by Beppe Fenoglio, first published posthumously in April 1963, two months after the authors death. The book deals with themes common to Fenoglios work: the lives of partisans and the final period of the Second ...

Kanako Inuki

Kanako Inuki is a Japanese manga writer and illustrator. Inuki was born in Hokkaidō and moved to Tokyo as a young girl. Starting out with an interest in manga she began to draw and write for horror manga. Her work is characterized by a rich style ...

Ania Ahlborn

Ania Ahlborn became Amazons top selling horror novelist with her self published novel Seed. Ahlborn was born in Ciechanow, Poland. She got her degree in English from the University of New Mexico. Ahlborn is currently married and living in Albuque ...

Amber Fallon

Amber Fallon was born Amber Lynn Day in New Mexico. She grew up in several places due to the military postings of her parents. She lives near Boston, Massachusetts where she works as a software engineer in the tech industry. Fallon is married wit ...

Ahad Gudarziani

Ahad Gudarziani is a writer, researcher and journalist who is known for his resistance literature works in Iran. He was honored at the Second and Third Celebration of Sacred Defense Journalists and Writers Conference for his works as Exemplary Wr ...

Saeed Akef

Saeed Akef is an Iranian author and memoir writer who often writes about the Iran–Iraq War. His books have been one of the most widely published books about that war. Borunsi has been reprinted more than 200 times since its first edition, and is ...

Nikolai Kurilov

Nikolai Nikolaevich Kurilov - Yukaghir Russian artist, writer, and ethnographer. Wrote also under the name Okat Bei. Brother of the writer Uluro Ado and the artist and writer Semyon Kurilov. Born in Andryushkino, Nizhnekolymsky district, Yakut AS ...