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Gripsholms hjorthage

Gripsholms hjorthage is a deer park and nature reserve close to Gripsholm Castle in Sodermanland County, Sweden. The deer pasture is dominated by many old oak trees. The area has been used for grazing for a long time, and as a deer park since the ...

t Behouden Huys

t Behouden Huys or Het Behouden Huis is a museum in West-Terschelling, Netherlands. The museum is named after the shelter used by Willem Barentsz on his third Arctic expedition, when they became trapped in ice off northern Russia. The museum cons ...

Wedding of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones

The wedding of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones took place on Friday, 6 May 1960 at Westminster Abbey in London. The Princess Margaret was the second daughter of King George VI and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, while Antony Armstrong-Jon ...

Deulbhira

Deulbhira is a village in the Taldangra CD block in the Khatra subdivision of the Bankura district in the state of West Bengal, India.

Palazzo Capponi Stampa

Palazzo Capponi Stampa, also known as Palazzo Orsini Capponi, is a 17th century palace located in Rome. It sits between Via dei Banchi Nuovi and Via di Panico, overlooking the famous Piazza dellOrologio.

Giulio Panicali

Panicali was born in Turin to Oscar Panicali and Lidia Gazzeri. His father was a Bersaglieri colonel. He started his acting career on screen in 1934, appearing in nine films in total within 21 years. He has even performed acting work for the EIAR ...

Suppasit Jongcheveevat

Suppasit Jongcheeveevat, nicknamed Mew, is a Thai actor. He is known for his role as" Tharn” in TharnType The Series เกลียดนักมาเป็นที่รักกันซะดีๆ.

Symphony No. 3 (Wiren)

The Symphony No. 3, Op. 20, is a three-movement orchestral composition by the Swedish composer Dag Wiren, who wrote the piece from 1943–44. Despite its numbering, the Third Symphony represents Wirens second contribution to the form as a professio ...

Beyond the Stellar Empire

Beyond the Stellar Empire is a play-by-email game. Originally published by Adventures By Mail, BSE was an open-ended "space opera" with a single available game that began in playtesting in 1981. According to Stephen Marte, during the mid-1980s, l ...

Peor es Nada

Peor es Nada is a locality located in the commune of Chimbarongo, in the Colchagua Province of the OHiggins Region of Chile. Peor es Nada is an eminently rural locality and lives from fruit production pears and apples, mostly concentrated in the ...

1887 in birding and ornithology

Birds described in 1887 include African grey flycatcher, crested tit-warbler, scaly-breasted illadopsis, vega gull, Okinawa woodpecker, Ecuadorian cacique, Bornean leafbird, Whiteheads spiderhunter, grey-sided thrush, Slender-tailed woodstar.

Fallbacka

Fallbacka Farm was located in Tuusula in the area where present-day Vantaa, Kerava and Tuusula meet, by the main railway of Finland, between the stations in Korso and Savio. The farm and its house were inhabited by the farmer family Fallstrom. Th ...

Eustace Street

Eustace Street takes its name from Sir Maurice Eustace c. 1590 – 1665, former Lord Chancellor of Ireland, whose townhouse "Damask" and its gardens once stood on the site. The street was laid out prior to 1701 but legal issues held up the initial ...

1896 in birding and ornithology

Birds described in 1896 include black-fronted bushshrike, buff-faced scrubwren, coppery-tailed coucal, crested white-eye, Madagascan plover, orange-billed lorikeet, Ruspolis turaco, Visayan pygmy babbler, Storms stork, green-headed oriole

Kreuzberg Tower and Wings

The Kreuzberg Tower and Wings are a complex of three buildings, designed by the American architect John Hejduk. Located close to Checkpoint Charlie, the project was completed in 1988, shortly before the Berlin Wall came down in 1989. It is consid ...

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 5

The California Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 5 was introduced by Assembly Members Weber, Gipson, and Santiago on January 18, 2019. ACA 5 is a resolution to propose to the voters of the State of California an amendment to the Constitution ...

Battle of the Golds: Sumangala–Moratu

The Sri Sumangala College - Moratu Maha Vidyalaya Cricket Encounter is an annual cricket match played between Sri Sumangala College and Moratu Maha Vidyalaya since 1934. It is known as The Battle of the Golds due to the colours of the two schools ...

Tin Sam Tsuen, Sha Tin District

Tin Sam Village or Tin Sam Tsuen, sometimes transliterated as Tin Sum, is a village in Tai Wai, Sha Tin District, Hong Kong. It is located west of Sun Chui Estate, north of Lung Hang Estate, and southeast of Festival City. Part of Tin Sam Village ...

William Siegel

Not to be confused with the Yiddish-language playwright, also named William Siegel. William Siegel was a 20th-Century American Communist-oriented painter and illustrator associated with New Masses magazine.

Lesendro

Lesendro is an island and a fortress in Skadar Lake in Montenegro. It is located near the small town of Vranjina. The fort was built in the 18th century. It is located on a peninsula, which until the construction of the Belgrade - Bar railway was ...

Michel Serfaty

Serfaty was born on January 20, 1943, in Marrakesh, Morocco. He immigrated from France in the 1960s. Since 1985, he has served as a Rabbi in the community of Ris-Orangis, a southeastern suburb of Paris. He played in the EuroCup Basketball with th ...

Moses Bixby

Moses Bixby was an American Christian missionary to Burma and founder of the Friendship Street Baptist Church in Providence, Rhode Island. Moses Homans Bixby was born in Warren, New Hampshire in 1827 to Benjamin and Mary Cleasby Bixby, a family o ...

Down Easter

Down Easter or Downeaster may refer to: Downeaster, or Bay Breeze, a cocktail drink Downeaster train, an Amtrak passenger train running from Boston, Massachusetts, to Brunswick, Maine Down Easter ship, or Downeaster, a type of 19th-century sailin ...

Mākara Beach

The Mākara Beach locality is a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand. The Wellington City Council regards it as a separate suburb to Mākara. Mākara Beach is a seaside village. It has a parking area for beach visitors. The village proposes to adjust t ...

Novosibirsk Infectious Diseases Hospital No. 1

Novosibirsk Infectious Diseases Hospital No. 1 is a hospital in Tsentralny District of Novosibirsk, Russia. It was founded in 1904.

Conservative Party (Kingdom of Serbia)

The Conservative Party, also known as the Conservatives was a conservative political party active in the Principality and then Kingdom of Serbia. The Conservatives were a group that influenced the political developments and constitutional order o ...

Treasury Note (disambiguation)

Treasury Note may refer to any of the following obligations of the United States or United Kingdom. Most commonly it refers to the US Treasury note, debt obligations currently issued by the US Treasury which mature between one and ten years and p ...

Warren C. Gill

Warren Calavan Gill was a highly decorated United States Coast Guard lieutenant commander. He was awarded the Navy Cross during World War II, and after the war he served as a state politician in Oregon.

Jacques Houplain

Houplain was born in Luneray, but spent most of his childhood in Paris. He attended the Ecole nationale superieure des Beaux-Arts, and after hiding from the German Occupation for three years, graduated in 1945. He was then invited to the La jeune ...

Silvio Formichetti

Silvio Formichetti was born in 1969 in Pratola Peligna, in the province of LAquila. Formichettis first works centred around two themes: the landscapes of Abruzzo and female nudes. Since the mid-1990s, he became intrigued by the informal painting ...

Melosina Lenox-Conyngham

Melosina Anne Lenox-Conyngham was born in Ceylon on 22 February 1941, the daughter of Gerald Hamilton Lenox-Conyngham and Joanna Joan Vernon Butler. Her father, a tea planter in Wattegoda, was a nephew of Sir Gerald Lenox-Conyngham. A maternal un ...

Ronald Gerritse

Ronald Gerritse was a Dutch civil servant, who served as the chair of the Authority for the Financial Markets and as Treasurer-General at the Ministry of Finance.

Corbar Hill

Corbar Hill is a sandstone hill at the south end of Combs Moss, overlooking Buxton in Derbyshire, in the Peak District. The summit is 437 metres above sea level. The north west side of the hill and most of Combs Moss and Black Edge is designated ...

St Mary Redcliffe Pipe Walk

St Mary Redcliffe Pipe Walk is an annual tradition which sees participants follow the route of a conduit that runs from a water source in the Knowle area of Bristol to the church of St Mary Redcliffe, a distance of approximately 2 miles. New part ...

Cyril Palmer

Palmer was born on 15 October 1930 in Kendal, Hanover. He attended Kendal Elementary School and became a teacher after graduating from the Kingston-based Mico Teachers College. Before becoming a writer, Palmer worked as a journalist at The Gleaner.

Borinquen Marrero Rios

Borinquen Alfredo Marrero Rios was a Puerto Rican judge. He served for 10 years as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico. Judge Borinquen Marrero Rios Born in Naguabo, Puerto Rico, he obtained his bachelors and law degrees at t ...

Joe Herrera (I)

Joe Herrera is a Puerto Rican American actor. He has appeared in films including Inheritance with Lily Collins, Simon Pegg, Chace Crawford, and Connie Nielsen ; Let There Be Light with Kevin Sorbo, The God Cafe, TV series including The Family Bus ...

Kenneth Helfrich

Kenneth Helfrich was a South African cricketer who played first-class cricket for Griqualand West and North-Eastern Transvaal between 1950 and 1959. He was the youngest of four brothers who all played first-class cricket. Helfrich played irregula ...

Reginald Paul

Reginald Paul Reginald Paul, FRAM, 1894 – 1974, was a concert pianist, chamber music player, accompanist, organist and Professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London 1927-1960. His career spanned five decades, without counting his success in t ...

Reception

Reception is a noun form of receiving, or to receive something, such as art, experience, information, people, products, or vehicles. It is often used in the following contexts:

Violet Horner

Violet Horner was an actress in silent films in the United States. She had several starring roles including in one of the Lena Rivers films released in 1914 and a series of films made with Billy Quirk for Gem Motion Picture Company including Bill ...

National DNA Data Bank of Canada

The National DNA Data Bank of Canada is a national DNA Database that was set up in 2000. Managed by the RCMP, it provide matches to convicted offenders and offer a memory repository for cold cases.

San Esteban

San Esteban, Olancho, Honduras San Esteban Island, Sonora, Mexico San Esteban, Camarines Sur, Philippines Gulf of San Esteban, Western Patagonia San Esteban, Chile San Esteban National Park, Venezuela San Esteban, Ilocos Sur, Philippines

Seven Cities

Seven Cities may refer to: Yeti Shahr seven cities, an alternate name for Altishahr six cities, an ancient name for the Tarim Basin. Destruction of the Seven Cities 1598-1604 in Chile. Seven cities of Delhi The Seven Cities of Hampton Roads, the ...

Battle of San Juan

Battle of San Juan may refer to: Battle of San Juan and Chorrillos, an 1881 battle between Chile and Peru Battle of San Juan 1797, a British attack on San Juan, Puerto Rico Second Battle of San Juan 1898, a naval engagement off San Juan, Puerto R ...

Arregui

Arregui is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Antonio Arregui Yarza born 1939, Catholic Archbishop Emeritus of Guayaquil Ecuador Juan de Arregui 1656–1736, Spanish Franciscan priest and Roman Catholic Bishop of Buenos Aires Ricar ...

1737 Valdivia earthquake

The 1737 Valdivia earthquake struck south-central Chile on December 24. Together with earthquakes in 1575 and 1837 the earthquake is among the historical predecessors to the great 1960 earthquake. While the overlap in affected areas is significan ...

Crossed Dragone

The Crossed Dragone Telescope is an off-axis telescope design consisting of a parabolic primary mirror and a large concave secondary mirror arranged so that the focal plane is at right angles to the incoming light. In this configuration the polar ...

Herboso

Herboso can refer to: Klovis Herboso born 1979 is a Bolivian singer. Jose Gragera y Herboso b.1485 – d.1527 was a Spanish sculptor in Madrid. Archbishop Francisco Ramon Herboso y Figueroa app. 1776 is a former archbishop of Sucre, Bolivia. Franci ...

Psilolechia lucida

Psilolechia lucida is a species of saxicolous lichen in the family Parmeliaceae. It is widely distributed through the world, where it grows on natural and artificial rocky substrates in the shade, often in sheltered underhangs. It forms a greenis ...