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2012 2000 Guineas Stakes

The 2012 2000 Guineas Stakes was the 204th running of the 2000 Guineas Stakes horse race. It was run over one mile at Newmarket Racecourse on 5 May 2013.

Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1971

The Yugoslavian national final to select their entry, was held on 20 March at the Komunalni center Hall in Domzale. The hosts were Helena Koder and Ljubo Jelcic. There were 9 songs in the final, from four subnational public broadcasters. RTV Sara ...

Michael Quinn (judge)

Michael Quinn is an Irish lawyer who has been a Judge of the High Court since July 2018. He was formerly a solicitor and partner at commercial law firm.

Great Party, Rosy Korea

The 10 000 People Strong Grand Art Performance Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the Workers Party of Korea Great Party, Rosy Korea ") was a once off artistic performance held on the 11th of October 2015 in celebration of the 70th anniversary o ...

Hakkaniyat

Hakkaniyat is a secret Facebook group that only includes Syrian women and prohibits men from entering. Hakkaniyat was founded by "Haidy Hafy and the word "Hakkaniyat" is a Syrian colloquial word that derived from the word "AlHaqq". The goal of th ...

James Charles Critchell-Bullock

James Charles Critchell Bullock was an Englishman best known for his diaries and photographs of an expedition with John Hornby across the Barren Grounds of Canadas Northwest Territories.

Mason & Wales

Mason & Wales is New Zealands oldest surviving architectural design company. The company was founded in Dunedin in 1863 by William Mason, who - as well as being an architect - had served as a Member of Parliament and as the first Mayor of Dunedin ...

Lithuanian Womens Union

The Lithuanian Womens Union was a womens organization active in Lithuania from 1922 to 1933. The First Congress of Lithuanian Women held in 1907 called for the establishment of the union, but it was not accomplished due to conflicts between Catho ...

James Brock, the Monson Motor Lodge swim-in and civil rights in St Augustine, June–July 1964

The Monson Motel swim-in was an event that took place during the struggle for Civil Rights in the United States which occurred on June 18, 1964 at the Monson Motor Lodge, Florida. The campaign in June–July 1964 was led by Robert Hayling, Martin L ...

Shabab Al-Ahli Club

Shabab al-Ahli Club is a United Arab Emirates professional association football club based in Dubai, that currently plays in the UAE Arabian Gulf League. Al-Ahli is one of the most successful clubs in the UAE. Al-Ahli Club was established in 1958 ...

Chinese City Creativity Index

The Chinese City Creativity Index is China’s first index used for the comparison of cultural industry competitiveness among cities, and it can make an evaluation for the development status of cultural industry in major cities in China from both h ...

Lou Alta Melton

Melton was born in Texas, February 1895 to Sherd Melton and Hesta Long. She grew up in Bayfield, Wisconsin. Melton taught in a primary school in Colorado for a time before she went to the University of Colorado to study civil engineering. She gra ...

Playing (Eduardo Coutinho film)

Playing is a 2007 Brazilian documentary film by Eduardo Coutinho, about the friction between truth and fiction in the cinema. In the 2010s it was ranked as number 17 on the Abraccine Top 100 Brazilian films list and also number 2 in the documenta ...

List of people who are left-handed

Numerous notable people are left-handed, a designation of human handedness where the left hand is more dominant in precision, speed, and ability; typically serving as the writing hand. Right-handedness is more prevalent in the world population wi ...

Liam Mulhall

Liam Mulhall is a semi professional rugby league coach who is the head coach of the Delaware Black Foxes in the USARL for the 2020 season. He is a former semi professional rugby league player who has played for clubs such as the Ipswich Jets, Bri ...

Missing Pieces

Missing Pieces may refer to: Missing Pieces Talk album, 2001 Missing Pieces 2000 film, an American made-for-television drama film Missing Pieces TV series, an Australian factual television series Lost: Missing Pieces, a series of video clips from ...

Premiers Cup (ATC)

The Premiers Cup is an Australian Turf Club Group 3 Thoroughbred quality handicap horse race, for horses aged three years old and older, over a distance of 1.900 metres, held annually at Rosehill Racecourse, Sydney, Australia in August. Total pri ...

Brodie Jones

Brodie Jones is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for the Newcastle Knights in the National Rugby League. His position is second-row.

Alby Bahr

Alby Bahr is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Norwood Football Club in the South Australian Football Association/League. Considered one of Norwoods finest players of the early 1900s, Bahr was recognised beyond his club by being ...

Shadow on the Wall (TV play)

Shadow on the Wall is a 1968 Australian television play. It aired as part of Australian Playhouse. It was written by Ru Pullan and directed by Chris Muir and is set in a North Vietnamese village. It aired on 10 April 1968. It went for 30 minutes.

Charles Hoskins

Charles Henry Hoskins 1851-1926 was an Australian industrialist, who was significant in the development of the iron and steel industry in Australia.

Norman Walsh (cricketer)

Norman Arthur Walsh was an Australian cricketer. He played nine first-class matches for South Australia between 1923 and 1925. He played district cricket from 1922 to 1937 representing Sturt, Colts, and University.

Anne Woolliams

Anne Woolliams was an English artistic director, ballet choreographer, dancer and teacher. She began studying dance at age five, performing with the Russian Opera and Ballet, the Ballet de la Jeunesse Anglaise and the St. James Ballet and danced ...

Kerry county football team

The Kerry county football team represents Kerry in mens Gaelic football and is governed by Kerry GAA, the County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team compete in the three major annual inter-county competitions; the All-Ireland Senio ...

Kimberley tropical savanna

The Kimberley tropical savanna is a tropical and subtropical grasslands, savannas, and shrublands ecoregion in northwestern Australia, covering portions of Western Australia and the Northern Territory south of the Timor Sea.

Wilson Boulevard–Vienna Line

The Wilson Boulevard–Vienna Line, designated as Route 1A, or Route 1B, is a daily bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Vienna station or Dunn Loring station of the Orange Line of the Washington Metro an ...

Utta Isop

Utta Isop is an Austrian philosopher and gender researcher, author and editor. Her main focuses are gender democracy, unconditional basic income, solidarity economy, and social movements.

Jolshiri Abashon

Jolshiri Abashon is a residential area developed by Jolshiri Abashon corporation, a sister corporation of Army Officers Housing Scheme, in Rupganj Upazila, Narayanganj District. It is exclusively built for Bangladesh Army officers. It was referee ...

Shemai

Shemai is a traditional desert item in Bangladesh and West Bengal, India. It is a popular item during Eid. While popular in Eid it is consumed throughout the year. Shemai is sweet dessert form of Vermicelli.

Ilias Kobra

Elias Kobra is a Bangladeshi film actor. In the film, he usually plays the supporting negative role. He made his acting debut in the 1966 film Maruk Shah directed by Masood Parvez. In a career spanning more than two decades, Elias Cobra has acted ...

Jacob van Werden

Jacob van Werden or Jacques van Weerden, was a Flemish draughtsman, cartographer, military engineer and archer who was active in the Habsburg Netherlands. His drawings were used as designs for prints executed by various printmakers. He worked on ...

1974 Mens EuroHockey Nations Championship

The 1974 Mens EuroHockey Nations Championship was the second edition of the Mens EuroHockey Nations Championship, the quadrennial international mens field hockey championship of Europe organized by the European Hockey Federation. It was held at C ...

Eliane Vogel-Polsky

Eliane Vogel-Polsky was born in Ghent on 5 July 1926, one of two daughters. Her parents were Russian Jews who had immigrated to Belgium after the end of the First World War. She attended the Lycee Emile Jacqmain but her education was interrupted ...

Sos Fenger

Charlotte Fenger, known by the stage name Sos Fenger, is a danish vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter. Since the mid 1980s she has been one of the most successful names in Danish music. She has released numerous albums, both as a solo artist and ...

Master: A Building in Copacabana

Master: A Building in Copacabana is a 2002 Brazilian documentary film by Eduardo Coutinho, about residents of a building in the Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro. In the 2010s it was ranked as number 17 on the Abraccine Top 100 Brazilian films list and ...

Di Cavalcanti (film)

Di Cavalcanti, or simply Di, is a 1977 Brazilian documentary short film by Glauber Rocha, about the funeral of the internationally renowned painter Di Cavalcanti. In the 2010s it was voted number 88 on the Abraccine Top 100 Brazilian films list a ...

Bob Berney

Bob Berney is an American independent film executive based in Los Angeles. Currently, he is the CEO of Picturehouse, an independent motion picture marketing and distribution company that acquires, markets and distributes films from the U.S. and a ...

Continental Singers

Continental Singers, Inc was an evangelical Christian nonprofit organization based in Ventura, California. It was founded in 1967 with a mission to, "Advance the kingdom of Jesus Christ around the world through music missions, leadership developm ...

Q92

Q92 is the on-air brand name of several radio stations. Stations using this identifier broadcast within the 91.9 to 92.9 range on FM radio, and usually have the letter Q in their call sign as the final letter. The brand is also used by some stati ...

Ben Lewis (Canadian actor)

Ben Lewis is a Canadian actor known for his role as William Clayton in the last two seasons of Arrow. He also played Other Scott in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and Bobby Beckonridge in Degrassi: The Next Generation.

Edmonton-Parkallen

Edmonton-Parkallen was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1971 to 1993.

Chinook (provincial electoral district)

Chinook was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta using the first past the post method of voting from 1979 to 1996.

Edmonton-Beverly

Edmonton-Beverly was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1971 to 1993.

Edmonton-Kingsway

Edmonton-Kingsway was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1971 to 1993.

Edmonton-Avonmore

Edmonton-Avonmore was a provincial electoral district in Alberta mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta from 1971 to 1997.

COVID-19 pandemic in Peel Region, Ontario

The COVID-19 pandemic is an ongoing viral pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019, a novel infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. The pandemic has affected the Cities of Mississauga and Brampton, and the Town o ...

Don Mitchell (politician)

Don Mitchell is a Canadian politician. He is currently the mayor of Whitby, Ontario. As mayor, he also sits on Durham Regional Council. Mitchell was born and raised in Brooklin, Ontario, a rural community within Whitby. He was educated at Meadowc ...

Cow Creek, Ontario

Cow Creek is a watercourse in Sarnia Township, Ontario, that empties into Lake Huron. The boundaries of the present day watercourse is confused, due to 19th century efforts to drain a wetland, known as Lake Wawanosh. Lake Wawanosh was drained by ...

2020–21 NWHL season

The 2020–21 NWHL season will be the sixth season of the National Womens Hockey League in North America. All five teams returned from the previous, along with a new expansion team based in Toronto, Ontario, the first Canadian team to play in the l ...

Camilla Care Community

Camilla Care Community is a 236-resident long-term care home in Mississauga, Ontario, owned by Sienna Senior Living. It is located next to Trillium Health Partners Mississauga Hospital. The facility was taken over, temporarily, by the Province of ...