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2020 NWSL Challenge Cup

The 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup is a one-off tournament during the 2020 National Womens Soccer League season to mark the leagues return to action from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Martin Peak (Washington)

Martin Peak is an 8.511-foot mountain summit located in the North Cascades, in Chelan County of Washington State. Martin Peak is situated 80 miles northeast of Seattle, and 3 mi northwest of Holden, in the Glacier Peak Wilderness, on land managed ...

Tenpeak Mountain

Tenpeak Mountain is an 8.200+ ft granitic mountain summit located in the Glacier Peak Wilderness of the North Cascades in Washington state. Fred Beckeys Cascade Alpine Guide has the elevation of the mountain as 8.281 feet. Tenpeak is situated on ...

Riddle Peaks

Riddle Peaks, also known as Riddle Peak, is an 8.212-foot mountain summit located at the head of Riddle Creek in the North Cascades, in Chelan County of Washington State. Riddle Peak is situated on the Glacier Peak Wilderness boundary, six miles ...

Andres Parlade

Andres Parlade y Heredia, after 1903, the third Count of Aguiar was a Spanish genre and portrait painter who is best remembered for his hunting-related scenes, many of which feature dogs.

Koryos

The koryos refer to the Proto-Indo-European brotherhoods of warriors in which unmarried young males served for a number of years before integrating their host society, in the context of a rite of passage into manhood. Subsequent Indo-European tra ...

Xiao Yi

Xiao Yi 508–555, personal name of Emperor Yuan of Liang Shiao Yi 1935–2018 or Xiao Yi, Chinese wuxia novelist Xiao Yi of Shang fl. 12th century BC, a king of the Shang dynasty

Weizi

Weizi of Song fl. 11th century BC, proper name Zi Qi, also known as Weizi, brother of King Zhou of Shang and the first ruler of Zhous state Song Wei Zi born 1956, Chinese actor

Castello di Decima (Rome)

The Castello di Decima is a fortified building in Rome, in the frazione Castel di Decima. It is a structure closed by four arms, with a crenellated entrance accompanied by a tower. In the center, there is an internal courtyard with a circular fou ...

Sarcophagus of Seti I

Sarcophagus of Seti I is a life-size sarcophagus of the 19th dynasty Pharaoh that was discovered in 1817 by the Italian explorer Giovanni Battista Belzoni in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt. Seti I is believed to have died in 1279 BC and the sarco ...

Lucius Furius Camillus (consul 338 BC)

Lucius Furius Camillus was a Roman politician and general who served as consul of the Roman Republic in 338 BC and in 325 BC. During his 338 BC consulship, he, along with Gaius Maenius, commanded Romes legions during the Battle of Pedum, during w ...

Chengjiao

Chengjiao Subdistrict, Ulan Hot, in Ulan Hot, Inner Mongolia, China Chengjiao Subdistrict, Guangzhou, in Conghua District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China Chengjiao Subdistrict, Guangshui, in Guangshui, Suizhou, Hubei, China Chengjiao Subdistrict, Yu ...

The Old Man on the Frontier Loses His Horse

"The Old Man on the Frontier Loses His Horse" is the common name of an untitled Chinese parable from the 2nd-century BC text Huainanzi. The story is well-known throughout the East Asian cultural sphere and is often invoked to express the idea of ...

Wang Bo (Chinese poet)

Wang Bo, a Chinese poet who born in Early Tang Dynasty. He was commented with Yang Jiong, Lu Zhaolin, Luo Binwang as" Four Paragons of Early Tang” by Pei Xingjian, to highlight his achievement in the literature aspect in Early Tang. Wang Bo has a ...

Gnaeus Vergilius Capito

Gnaeus Vergilius Capito was a Roman eques who flourished during the reign of the emperor Claudius. He was appointed to the important office of praefectus or governor of Roman Egypt from AD 48 to 52. Little is known of Capitos career than this one ...

Sarpamitra

Sarpamitra was a king of Kosambi in India. He was part of the Mitra dynasty of Kosambi. He may have ruled somewhere around the 1st century BCE or the 1st century CE.

La Tene (archaeological site)

La Tene is a protohistoric archaeological site on the north shore of Lake Neuchatel, Switzerland. Dating to the second part of the European Iron Age it is the type site of the La Tene culture, which dates to about 450 BCE to the 1st century BCE a ...

Daqiao

Daqiao could refer to: Elder Qiao fl. 2nd century, one of the Qiao sisters who married the Han dynasty warlord Sun Ce

Quintus Rammius Martialis

Quintus Rammius Martialis was an eques who held at least two important appointments during the reign of the emperors Trajan and Hadrian. His origins and family are not explicitly documented; Anthony Birley guesses he might be a native of Gallia N ...

Adam de Everingham, 2nd Baron Everingham

Sir Adam de Everingham, 2nd Baron Everingham, Lord of Laxton, was an English noble who fought during the Second War of Scottish Independence and the Hundred Years War. Adam was the eldest son of Adam de Everingham and Clarice la Warre. He was sum ...

Professional wrestling at the Tokyo Dome

This is a list chronicling the history of professional wrestling at the Tokyo Dome. The Tokyo Dome stadium in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan has hosted a number of professional wrestling supercard events over the years. These events often air on pay-per-vi ...

Marcus Valerius Poplicola

Marcus Valerius Poplicola was a politician of the Roman Republic who served as magister equitum under the dictator Gaius Sulpicius Peticus in 358 and as consul in 355 and 353 BC. He was chosen as the magister equitum of Gaius Sulpicius Peticus in ...

Islamic advice literature

Islamic advice literature may include Fatwa, Tafsir, Fiqh, Nasihat, Mashwara, Qisas, small leaflet to eager inquiries in to limits of legitimate doubts and interpretations, formal informal discussions, informal Islamic studies, opinion making spe ...

Qizhou

Qizhou, Hebei 祁州, a town in Anguo, Hebei, China, named after the historical prefecture Qizhou, Qichun County 蕲州, a town in Qichun County, Hubei, China, named after the historical prefecture

Harthill Moor

Harthill Moor is a small upland area in the Derbyshire Peak District of central and northern England, lying between Matlock and Bakewell near the villages of Birchover and Elton. Its highest point is 272 metres above sea level. The River Bradford ...

Torquato Dini

Torquato Dini was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who led the Pontifical Urban University for a decade. He was appointed the popes representative to a group of countries in the Middle East and Africa but died just as he was taking up th ...

Angela Verren

Verren was born in Hampstead in north London and studied at Kings College, London. For many years Verren painted and sketched in Britain and abroad at Tuscany and Greece and had exhibitions in both London and Cambridge, with her works often showi ...

Early modern Netherlandish cartography

The period of late 16th and much of the 17th century has been called the "Golden Age of Dutch and Flemish cartography". The mapmaking firms of Antwerp and Amsterdam, especially, were leaders in supplying maps and charts for almost Europe. As Jame ...

Piran (disambiguation)

Piran is a town and municipality in Slovenia. Piran may also refer to: Piran, Senegal, a village in Senegal Saint Piran 6th century, patron saint of Cornwall Piran Rural District, in West Azerbaijan Province, Iran Piran, Hirmand, a village in Sis ...

Yuanzhou

Yuanzhou, Guangdong 园洲, a town in Boluo County, Guangdong Yuanzhou District, Yichun 袁州区 Jiangxi, named after the historical prefecture Yuanzhou District, Guyuan 原州区 Ningxia, named after the historical prefecture

Qingzhou (disambiguation)

Qingzhou, Fujian, a town in Sha County, Fujian, China Qingzhou, Hebei, a town in Qing County, Hebei, China Qingzhou Township, a township in Jiajiang County, Sichuan, China Qingzhou, Guangdong, a town in Heping County, Guangdong, China

Loman

Lomman of Trim fl. 5th - early 6th century, also known as Saint Loman, Irish bishop and saint Loman surname, including a list of people and characters with the surname

Jayasimha

Jayasimha II Chudasama dynasty, reigned 1415-1430 Jayasimha I Chudasama dynasty, reigned 1351-1378 Jayasimha I Paramara dynasty, reigned c. 1055–1070 Jayasimha Siddharaja Chaulukya dynasty, reigned c. 1092–1142 Jayasimha Kalachuri dynasty, reigne ...

Leafield Castle

Leafield Castle is south of the village of Leafield in the north west region of Oxfordshire. All that is left of the castle are the earthworks and the earth mound which formed the centre of the castle. It has a commanding view and is 220 metres n ...

Patriarch Peter of Alexandria

Patriarch Peter of Alexandria may refer to: Patriarch Peter VII of Alexandria, Greek Patriarch of Alexandria and all Africa in 1997–2004 Patriarch Peter II of Alexandria, Greek Patriarch of Alexandria in 373–380 Patriarch Peter VI of Alexandria, ...

Chalukya (disambiguation)

Several dynasties named "Chalukya" ruled in present-day India at various times. The oldest of these were the Chalukyas of Vatapi or Badami. Other Chalukya dynasties include: Chalukyas of Lata c. 10th-11th century CE; ruled southern Gujarat as vas ...

Yi Prefecture

Yi Prefecture or Yizhou may refer to: Yi Prefecture Hebei Yi Province 益州, a province covering roughly modern Sichuan and Chongqing Yi Prefecture Shandong 沂州, active between the 7th and 18th centuries Yizhou ancient China 夷洲, an island descr ...

R. C. Rickmers (1906)

RC Rickmers was a German five-masted steel clipper barque with auxiliary engine built in 1906 by the firm Rickmers Rice Mill, Freight and Shipbuilding Company of Bremerhaven, Germany for the companys Rickmers Line. She was the largest sailing shi ...

Cissa

Cissa may refer to: Places and jurisdictions Cissa titular see, a former Catholic diocese with see there, now a Latin titular see Cissa, Roman name of present Novalja on the island of Pag, Croatia Battle of Cissa, 218 BC, in the Second Punic War ...

Patriarch Peter

Patriarch Peter may refer to: Patriarch Peter IV of Alexandria, Greek Patriarch of Alexandria in 642–651 Patriarch Peter V of Alexandria, Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between the 7th and 8th centuries Patriarch Peter II of Alexandria, Greek Patr ...

Battle of al-Buhayra

In the 1121 Ibn Tumart, the founder and mahdi of the reformist Almohad movement, arrived in Marrakesh to preach his ideas. He even met with the Almoravid emir, Ali ibn Yusuf, during prayers at mosque and confronted him about his ways. The Almorav ...

Poles in Transnistria

The history of Poles in Transnistria goes back centuries when the communities along the lower Dniester river were part of Podolia in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and later the Russian Empire.

Joseph ben Jacob

Rabbi Joseph ben Rav Jacob HaKohen commonly known as bar Satya was the Gaon of Sura from 930-936 and again from 942–948.

Battenberg (lace)

Battenberg lace is a form of tape lace, frequently used as an edging, that was particularly popular in the United States in the 19th century. Indeed, all tape lace was called Battenberg lace in the US. It is a form of renaissance lace, or Dentell ...

Jingzhou (disambiguation)

Jingzhou is a prefecture-level city in Hubei, China Jingzhou may also refer to: Jingzhou Miao and Dong Autonomous County, in Hunan, China Jingzhou ancient China, an ancient Chinese province covering modern Hubei and Hunan Meizhou, formerly known ...

Tactica

The term Tactica or Taktika can refer to: Two Byzantine military treatises on tactics and strategy: the Tactica of Nikephoros Ouranos, written in the early 11th century by Nikephoros Ouranos, a Byzantine general the Tactica of Emperor Leo VI the ...

Santa Giustina (disambiguation)

Santa Giustina may refer to: Lago di Santa Giustina, a lake in Trentino, Italy Santa Giustina in Colle, a comune municipality in the Province of Padua in the Italian region Veneto Justina of Padua, saint called Santa Giustina in Italian and somet ...

Jizhou

Jizhou may refer to: Jizhou District, Hengshui 冀州区, Hebei Jizhou Town 冀州镇, subdivision of Jizhou District, Hengshui Jizhou District, Jian 吉州区, Jiangxi Jizhou District, Tianjin 蓟州区

50th Munich Security Conference

The 50th Munich Security Conference was held from 31 January to 2 February 2014. At the event, more than 400 international guests attended, including 20 Heads of State and Government, 50 foreign and defense ministers and 90 government delegations ...

Guizhou (disambiguation)

Guizhou Subdistrict 归州街道, in Gaizhou, Liaoning, named after the historical prefecture Guizhou, Hubei 归州, a town in Zigui County, Hubei, named after the historical prefecture