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Tegocassis

A medium-sized, broadly oval, glossy, yellow-brown at least in dead specimens Cassidinae. Seen from the side, the body is conical. The antennae are filamentous and medium length. The body is actually quite normally proportioned, with the pronotum ...

William Andrew Smith

William Andrew Smith was born on November 29, 1802, in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Smith was a preacher for the Methodist Episcopal Church, being admitted on trial in 1825 and becoming a full preacher in 1827. Smith was elected to be president of R ...

William George

William George American football, 1889 College Football All-America selection Billy George footballer, born 1895 1895–1962, English footballer Billy George footballer, born 1874 1874–1933, English footballer and cricketer Bill George American foo ...

George Fuller

George Fuller may refer to: George W. Fuller 1868–1934, sanitary engineer George Fuller architect, Chicago architect, colleague of Floyd Naramore George C. Fuller, American theologian and seminary president George A. Fuller 1851–1900, architect a ...

Eddystone

Antarctica Eddystone Rocks South Shetland Islands Australia Eddystone Tasmania, off the south coast of Tasmania Eddystone Point, on the northeast coast of Tasmania Falkland Islands Eddystone Rock, Falklands Islands Solomon Islands Simbo, formerly ...

Brownsville

Brownsville may refer to: United States Brownsville, Florida Brownsville Metrorail station, located at the above location Brownsville, Delaware Brownsville, California disambiguation, the name of several places Brownsville, Pennsylvania Brownsvil ...

Robert Ball

Robert Ball may refer to: Bobby Ball racing driver 1925–1954, American racing driver Robert Ball judoka born 1964, Australian judoka Robert W. Ball born 1943, Canadian naval architect Robert James Ball 1857–1928, Canadian politician Robert Ball n ...

George Griffiths

George Griffiths may refer to: George Griffiths footballer, born 1865 1865–1918, Welsh footballer George Richard Griffiths 1802–1859, merchant and banker in the then Colony of New South Wales George Griffiths footballer, born 1924 1924–2004, Engl ...

Purdue (disambiguation)

Purdue may refer to: Purdue University, a land-grant, public university in West Lafayette, Indiana, United States "Hail Purdue!", the official fight song of Purdue University Purdue Boilermakers, the athletic program of Purdue University Purdue G ...

Staveley

Staveley, Cumbria, village in the former county of Westmorland and now in Cumbria, England Staveley railway station Staveley, North Yorkshire, England Staveley, Derbyshire, England Staveley-in-Cartmel, village formerly in Lancashire, now in Cumbr ...

Joseph Mason

Joe Mason footballer, born 1991, Irish footballer who currently plays with Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. Joe Mason footballer, born 1940, Scottish former footballer who played with Rangers F.C. and Greenock Morton F.C.

David Lucas

Dave Lucas born 1932, Canadian ice hockey player David Lucas footballer born 1977, English footballer David Lucas cricketer born 1978, English cricketer

Delphine

Delphine may refer to: Of or relating to dolphins SS Delphine, a yacht built in 1921 by John and Horace Dodge Delphine novel, an 1802 novel by Germaine de Stael Delphine given name, list of people with the feminine given name Delphine Records, a ...

West Riding (disambiguation)

West Riding most commonly refers to: West Riding of Yorkshire, one of three former administrative counties making up Yorkshire in England. West Riding may also refer to:

John Dempsey

John Dempsey umpire born 1965, New Zealand cricket umpire John Dempsey footballer, born 1946, Republic of Ireland international football soccer player John Dempsey footballer, born 1951, Tranmere Rovers player

Yellow rose

Various rose species with yellow flowers, including A yellow rose in general Rosa persica Rosa Harisons Yellow or The Yellow Rose of Texas, a rose cultivar Rosa foetida or Persian yellow rose Rosa xanthina or Manchu rose, a member of the Rosa spe ...

George Morris

George Redmond Morris, 4th Baron Killanin born 1947, Irish film producer George Pope Morris 1802–1864, American poet and publisher George S. Morris musician 1876–1958, Scottish composer and singer of cornkisters George Taylor Morris 1947–2009, Am ...

Paragal Khan

Paragal Khan was a administrator and military commander of the Bengal Sultanate in the late 15th century and early 16th century. He served as the General of Alauddin Husain Shah.

Alfred Brown

Alfred Brown may refer to: Alfred Winsor Brown 1885–1938, Governor of Guam Alfred Brown palaeontologist 1834–1920, South African palaeontologist, archaeologist and naturalist Alfred Henry Brown 1820–1908, member of the Queensland Legislative Coun ...

Jason Lee

Jason Lee actor born 1970, American film and TV actor and former professional skateboarder Jason Scott Lee born 1966, Asian American film actor Jaxon Lee Jason Christopher Lee, born 1968, American voice-actor and co-founder of Gaijin Productions

David Sutherland

David Sutherland may refer to: David Waters Sutherland 1872–1939, Australian physician David Macbeth Sutherland 1883–1973, Scottish artist David Sutherland golfer born 1966, American golfer David Sutherland politician 1803–1879, Scottish merchant ...

Fitch Poole

Poole Jr. was born 13 June 1803 in Salem, Massachusetts renamed Peabody after 1868, and was the son of Fitch Poole and Elizabeth Poole Cutler. He was named after his father. Poole Jr. also had 3 other siblings, and one nephew. Poole Jr. was the e ...

John Marsden

John Marsden may refer to: John Howard Marsden 1803–1891, English vicar and archaeologist John Marsden rugby league born 1953, English rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 1980s Dr. John Marsden, the host of Body Hits John Marsden rower 1915– ...

George Gill

George Gill may refer to: George Brockwell Gill 1857–1954, architect in Queensland, Australia George Gill Australian footballer 1892–1967, Australian rules footballer George Reynolds Gill 1828–1904, English portrait painter George Gill baseball 1 ...

Crocodilefish

Crocodilefish may refer to: Papilloculiceps longiceps Cuvier, 1829, the tentacled flathead, reef-associated, a fish occurring in the western Indian Ocean. Also known as the Indian Ocean crocodilefish. butis Hamilton, 1822, the crazy fish, a sleep ...

Harrowby

Harrowby may refer to: Nathaniel Ryder, 1st Baron Harrowby 1735–1803 John Ryder, 5th Earl of Harrowby 1864–1956 Dudley Ryder, 6th Earl of Harrowby 1892–1987 Dudley Ryder, 3rd Earl of Harrowby PC, DL, JP 1831–1900 Dudley Ryder, 8th Earl of Harrowb ...

Etienne Repos

Jean-Baptiste Etienne Repos was a French publisher who specialised in works on liturgy, religion and history. The son of a bookbinder from Avignon, Repos was licensed as a printer in Digne on 27 December 1837. He published a number of periodicals ...

Ulm (disambiguation)

Ulm is a city in Germany. Ulm may also refer to: Charles Ulm 1898-1934, pioneer Australian aviator Stefan Ulm born 1975, five-time world champion and two-time Olympic silver medalist in sprint canoeing the nickname of the Ecole Normale Superieure ...

Cologne (disambiguation)

Cologne, New Jersey, an unincorporated community Cologne, Minnesota, a city in Carver County Cologne, Virginia, an unincorporated community

Henry Wellesley, 3rd Earl Cowley

Henry Arthur Mornington Wellesley, 3rd Earl Cowley JP, styled as Viscount Dangan between 1884 and 1895, was an English aristocrat.

Alejandro Mesonero-Romanos

Alejandro Mesonero-Romanos Aguilar is a Spanish car designer. He is currently appointed Design director at the Spanish carmaker SEAT and Cupra division, subsidiaries of the VW Group.

Hauptstrasse 13

The Hauptstrasse 13 is a Hauptstrasse in the Swiss cantons of Schaffhausen, Zurich, Thurgau, St. Gallen, Grisons and Ticino. The main road begins at the German border at Trasadingen at the BundesstraSe 34 and ends at the Strada Statale 34 at the ...

Carpha alpina

Carpha alpina, commonly known as small flower-rush, is a tufted perennial sedge from the family Cyperaceae. It is found primarily in south-east Australia and both islands of New Zealand, but also in Papua New Guinea.

Sarah Jackson

Sara or Sarah Jackson may refer to: Sarah Catherwood born 1980, also known as Sarah Jackson, New Zealand Olympic swimmer Sarah Jackson teacher 1858–1946, New Zealand teacher, industrial school matron and manager, community leader Sarah Jackson fo ...

Laura Fish Judd

Laura Fish Judd was an American missionary, teacher and historian noted for her works on the Kingdom of Hawaii. She was also the wife of Gerrit P. Judd, an American missionary who was appointed advisor and minister of finance to King Kamehameha III.

Eleutheronema

Eleutheronema is a genus of marine ray-finned fish from the family Polynemidae, the threadfins. These fishes occur in the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean.

Ewin

William Ewin 1808–1886, American artisan, lawyer, civil servant and State Senator Wayne Ewin born 1953, former Australian rules footballer Donna Ewin born 1970, English former glamour model and actress Paula Ewin born 1965, Australian wheelchair ...

George Hopkins

George Hopkins may refer to: George James Hopkins 1896–1985, set designer, playwright and production designer George Henry Evans Hopkins 1898–1973, English entomologist George Hopkins baseball 1858–?, pre-Negro Leagues baseball pitcher and second ...

Percy Smith

Percy Smith is the name of: Percy Smith ethnologist 1840–1922, New Zealand ethnologist and surveyor Percy Smith Australian footballer 1887–1974, Australian rules footballer F. Percy Smith 1880–1945, English naturalist and pioneer photographer Per ...

Kingsland

Barbados Kingsland, Barbados in Christ Church, Barbados Parish Canada Kingsland, Calgary, Alberta, a neighborhood Australia proposed alternative name for the Northern Territory in 1912 New Zealand Kingsland, New Zealand Kingsland railway station, ...

David Cameron (disambiguation)

David Cameron darts player born 1969, Canadian darts player Dave Cameron administrator born 1971, West Indies Cricket Board president, 2013–present David Cameron rower born 1974, Australian rower Dave Cameron ice hockey born 1958, Canadian ice ho ...

Benjamin Russell

Benjamin Russell may refer to: Benjamin Russell journalist 1761–1845, American, originator of expression Era of Good Feeling Ben J. Russell born 1984, English rugby player Benjamin Russell artist 1804–1885, American artist Benjamin Russell Canadi ...

Henry Austin

Henry Austin may refer to: Henry W. Austin 1864–1947, American politician and businessman Henry Austin Indian politician 1920–2008, Indian politician and ambassador Henry Austin architect 1804–1891, American architect Bunny Austin Henry Wilfred A ...

Merrifield

Merrifield, Minnesota, US Merrifield, Virginia, US Merrifield, a village in Devon, England Merrifield Childrens Unit, a former psychiatric institution in Somerset, England

French Empire

French Empire may refer to: Francia, or the Frankish Empire of Charlemagne, the territory inhabited by the Franks, a West Germanic tribal confederation, from 481 to 843 French colonial empire, the territories administered by France from the 16th ...

Mount Pierce

Hills and mountains named Pierce, some of them after Franklin Pierce, 14th president of the United States: Pierce Mountain Virginia Pierce Hill Worcester County, Massachusetts Pierce Hill Norfolk County, Massachusetts Pierce Hill Waldo County, Ma ...

Cutting (surname)

Cutting is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Bronson M. Cutting 1888–1935, U.S. Senator from New Mexico, publisher and military attache Andy Cutting born 1969, English folk musician and composer Iris Margaret Cutting 1902–1988, ...

Archdiocese of Santa Fe (disambiguation)

Archdiocese of Santa Fe may refer to: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz Latin: Archidioecesis Sanctae Fidei Verae Crucis - an archdiocese in Argentina: established in 1897 and raised to an archdiocese in 1934, and formerly kn ...

Governor Cameron

Governor Cameron may refer to: Edward John Cameron 1858–1947, Governor of the Gambia from 1914 to 1920 William E. Cameron 1842–1927, 39th Governor of Virginia Angus Cameron colonial administrator 1871–1961, Governor of Mongalla Province from 1906 ...

William Leitch

William Leitch or Will Leitch or Bill Leitch may refer to: Will Leitch founding editor of the Gawker Media sports blog Deadspin William Leitch footballer 1863–1943, Tasmanian footballer, businessman and sports administrator Will Leitch Northern I ...