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Great Passion (Durer)

The Great Passion is a 1497-1510 series of eleven woodcuts plus a frontispiece by Albrecht Durer. Its title distinguishes it from his later Small Passion. One of the best surviving sets is now in the Albertina in Vienna.

Woodbury Fire

Woodbury Fire was a wildfire in the Superstition Wilderness, northwest of Superior, Arizona, that started on June 8, 2019. The fire burned a total area of 123.875 acres. It was the fifth largest wildfire in Arizona’s history. The blaze caused the ...

Lycaon

Lycaon may refer to: In mythology: Lycaon, brother or son of Eurypylus of Cyrene Lycaon mythology, name of mythological characters named Lycaon Lycaon of Arcadia, son of Pelasgus and Meliboea, the mythical first king of Arcadia Lycaon of Troy, so ...

Fishing Creek

Fishing Creek Township, Columbia County, Pennsylvania Fishing Creek, Maryland, an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Dorchester County Fishing Creek Township, Warren County, North Carolina, in North Carolina Fishing Creek Tow ...

Sacra

Sacra may refer to: Sacra Jam Splendent, the opening words of the Roman Catholic hymn for Matins Nomina sacra, the tradition of abbreviated writing of titles in early Greek language Holy Scripture Sacra di San Michele, a religious complex on Moun ...

Garfield House

Garfield House may refer to: Garfield Farm and Inn Museum, St. Charles, Illinois, NRHP-listed as "Garfield Farm and Tavern" Garfield-Broad Apartments, Columbus, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Columbus, Ohio A sketch in the first season of I Think Yo ...

Ripley House

Lafayette G. Ripley House, a Michigan State Historic Sites in Muskegon County, Michigan Sam Ripley Farm, listed on the NRHP in Liberty County, Georgia Ripley Intaglios, listed on the NRHP in La Paz County, Arizona Ripley House Worthington, Ohio, ...

Niko Nestor

Niko Nestor was a Macedonian swimmer and sportsperson. He was the first Yugoslavian, from behind the former Soviet Iron Curtain, who swam across Lake Ohrid and The English Channel. In addition to his open water swimming exploits, Nestor also play ...

Syagrus oleracea

The term "guariroba" originates from the Tupi word gwarai-rob, which means "the bitter one". Other common names include gueiroba, gueroba, gariroba, gairoba, palmito-amargoso, catole, coco-babão, pati-amargoso, coco-amargoso, and coqueiro-amargoso.

Clay County Courthouse

Clay County Courthouse or Old Clay County Courthouse may refer to: Clay County Courthouse Haynesville, North Carolina, NRHP-listed Clay County Courthouse Clay Center, Kansas, NRHP-listed Clay County Courthouse Louisville, Illinois, NRHP-listed Cl ...

Lagkada

Lagkada may refer to several places in Greece: Loutra Lagkadas, a village and a thermal spring in the Thessaloniki regional unit Lagkadas, a municipality in the Thessaloniki regional unit Lake Lagkada, a lake in Greece Lagkada, Messenia, a villag ...

Harry Mandeno

Henry Thomas Mandeno was a New Zealand modernist architect. Mandeno was born in 1879 at Te Awamutu to John Howe Mandeno and Margaret Caroline nee Leighton, and was educated at St Johns College in Auckland. After graduating, he moved to Dunedin to ...

PSHS

PSHS may refer to: Societies Penn Sylvan Health Society, Reading, Pennsylvania schools in Canada Parry Sound High School, Parry Sound, Ontario schools in the United States Plano Senior High School, Plano, Texas Palm Springs High School, Palm Spri ...

Krynica

Krynica in Slavic languages means a well or spring. It may refer to the following places: Krynica, Chelm County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Krynica, Bialystok County in Podlaskie Voivodeship northeast Poland Krynica, Hajnowka County in Podl ...

COVID-19 pandemic in Russias care homes

The first officially confirmed case of Coronavirus disease 2019 in Russian nursing homes for the elderly and disabled was registered in the nursing home for the elderly and disabled, located the town of Vyazma, on April 11, 2020. Deputy Minister ...

Chen Ming-chang

Chen Ming-chang is a Taiwanese folk singer, guitarist, Taiwanese yueqin player, composer, and producer born in Beitou. He is known for writing scores for the Hou Hsiao-Hsien films Dust in the Wind and The Puppetmaster, as well as for songs such a ...

Ak-Bulak

Ak-Bulak may refer to: Ak-Bulak, Turkmenistan Ak-Bulak, Iran Ak-Bulak, Bazar-Korgon, Bazar-Korgon District, Jalal-Abad Region Ak-Bulak, Osh, Nookat District, Osh Region Ak-Bulak, Tup, Tup District, Issyk-Kul Region Ak-Bulak, Ak-Suu, Ak-Suu Distri ...

24S-hydroxycholesterol

24 S -hydroxycholesterol, also known as cholest-5-ene-3.24-diol or cerebrosterol, is an endogenous oxysterol produced by neurons in the brain to maintain cholesterol homeostasis. It was discovered in 1953 by Alberto Ercoli, S. Di Frisco, and Piet ...

Management of COVID-19

Management of COVID-19 is usually done through supportive care, which may include fluid therapy, oxygen support, and supporting other affected vital organs. The CDC recommends those who suspect they carry the virus wear a simple face mask. Extrac ...

TET enzymes

The TET enzymes are a family of ten-eleven translocation methylcytosine dioxygenases. They are instrumental in DNA demethylation. 5-Methylcytosine is a methylated form of the DNA base cytosine that regulates gene transcription and has several oth ...

Quinazoline alkaloids

Quinazoline alkaloids are natural products from the group of alkaloids, which are chemically derived from quinazoline. Some quinazoline alkaloids show bronchodilatory effects and stimulate respiration. An abortive effect was also found for vasici ...

The Glen

The Glen, a development in Glenview, Illinois, United States The Glen, San Antonio, an African-American neighborhood in Texas, United States The Glen, New York, a place in Warren County, New York, United States

XSI

XSI may refer to: South Indian Lake Airport, the IATA code for the airport in Canada Softimage XSI, a high-end three-dimensional 3D graphics application X/Open System Interfaces Extension, a supplementary specification to the Single UNIX Specific ...

Kai Tak (disambiguation)

Kai Tak Airport was the international airport of Hong Kong from 1925 until 1998. Kai Tak or Kai-tak may also refer to: Kai Tak station, Hong Kong railway station on the Tuen Ma Line of the Shatin-Central Link Kai Tak Nullah, nullah in northern Ne ...

Pleasant Lake

According to the federal Board on Geographic Names, there are 65 water bodies named "Pleasant Lake" in the United States, including: Pleasant Lake Maine, near Island Falls in Aroostook County Pleasant Lake Stratford, New York, a lake in Fulton Co ...

Sumiyoshi Station

Sumiyoshi Station refers to the following railway stations in Japan: Sumiyoshi Station Nagasaki ja:住吉駅 長崎県) in Nagasaki on the Nagasaki Electric Tramway Sumiyoshi Station Kumamoto ja:住吉駅 熊本県) in Uto, Kumamoto, on the JR Kyushu Misumi ...

The Needles (disambiguation)

The Needles Arizona, a group of mountain peaks in the Mohave Mountains of Arizona. Needles, California, a city in the Mojave Desert, in San Bernardino County, California, United States named after the peaks called The Needles to the south in the ...

Butler House

Butler House may refer to: in the United Kingdom Butler House, County Durham, UK in Ireland Butler House, Kilkenny in the United States Butler House Oxon Hill, Maryland, NRHP-listed Johnson-Butler House, Aberdeen, MS, listed on the NRHP in Missis ...

Repatriation General Hospital

Repatriation General Hospital is or was part of the name of a number of Australian hospitals: Repatriation General Hospital, Keswick 1919–1946, in the Adelaide suburb of Keswick Repatriation General Hospital, Hobart 1921–1992, became part of Roya ...

Racecourse station

Racecourse station or Racecourse railway station may refer to: Flemington Racecourse railway station, Victoria, Australia Albury Racecourse railway station, New South Wales, Australia Newbury Racecourse station, Newbury, Berkshire, England Bundam ...

Cowley

In Australia: Lower Cowley, Queensland, a locality in the Cassowary Coast Region Cowley County, New South Wales Cowley Creek, Queensland, a locality in the Cassowary Coast Region Cowley, Queensland, a locality in the Cassowary Coast Region Cowley ...

William Hayes (cricketer)

William Bede Hayes was an Australian first-class cricketer. He played seventeen first-class matches for Queensland between 1904/05 and 1911/12. He played for South Brisbane in Queensland district cricket.

Enoggera

Enoggera may refer to: Enoggera, Queensland, a suburb of Brisbane, in Queensland, Australia Enoggera Barracks, an Australian Army base in the suburb Enoggera railway station, railway station in the suburb Enoggera Hill, hill in the suburb Enogger ...

Holy Trinity Anglican Church

Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Woolloongabba in Brisbane, Queensland Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Chatswood in Sydney, New South Wales Holy Trinity Church, Fortitude Valley in Brisbane, Queensland

Stony Creek

Stony Creek Line Creek, converges with Line Creek by Middleburgh, New York Stony Creek West Canada Creek tributary, flows into West Canada Creek south of Middleville in Herkimer County, New York Stony Creek, a tributary of the Schuylkill River, P ...

Kedron

Kedron may refer to: Kedron State High School, a secondary school located in Queensland, Australia Kedron Brook, a creek that flows through the northern suburbs of Brisbane, Australia Kedron of Alexandria, an early patriarch of the Orthodox Churc ...

Marist College (disambiguation)

Marist College is a college in Poughkeepsie, New York, U.S. Marist College may also refer to: In Australia: Marist Regional College, Burnie, Tasmania Marist College Canberra, Pearce, Australian Capital Territory Marist College Rosalie, Paddington ...

Silky oak (disambiguation)

Silky oak is the common name for certain trees and large shrubs in the family Proteaceae as well as their timber products, most notably Grevillea robusta. Others include: Grevillea banksii, red silky oak, dwarf silky oak Alloxylon flammeum, red s ...

Bulimba (disambiguation)

Bulimba may refer to: Bulimba Cemetery, a cemetery near Bulimba Bulimba ferry wharf, a ferry terminal in Bulimba Bulimba Cross River Ferry Bulimba House, a heritage-listed house in Bulimba, Queensland Electoral district of Bulimba, an electorate ...

Spicer

2065 Spicer, an asteroid Spicers Peak, mountain in Queensland, Australia Spicer, Minnesota, small city in the United States Spicers Gap, a mountain pass in Queensland, Australia Spicer Islands, group of islands in Nunavut, Canada New Spicer Meado ...

Burdekin (disambiguation)

Shire of Burdekin, Queensland, Australia Townsville-Burdekin School District, Burdekin Shire, Queensland, Australia Burdekin Gap, Queensland, Australia; a biogeographic divide Electoral district of Burdekin, Queensland, Australia; of the Queensla ...

Charles Barstow

Charles Banks Barstow was an Australian cricketer. He played twenty-two first-class matches for Queensland between 1906/07 and 1925/26. He played district cricket from 1901 to 1930 representing Etons, South Brisbane, North Brisbane, and Toombul, ...

Avonmouth railway station (disambiguation)

Avonmouth railway station is on the Severn Beach Line, serving the Avonmouth district of Bristol. Avonmouth railway station may also refer to: Avonmouth Dock railway station, the original name for the current Avonmouth railway station Avonmouth R ...

River Avon

River Avon, Falkirk, running from near Cumbernauld to Grangemouth River Avon, Strathspey, running from Ben Macdui to Cragganmore Avon Water, running from south of Darvel to Motherwell

Claire-Louise Leyland

Claire-Louise Leyland, now called Claire-Louise Vaculik, is an English Conservative politician. She was the leader of the Conservatives on Camden London Borough Council from 2014 to 2018, and represented Belsize on the council from 2010 to 2018. ...

Bellevue, Edinburgh

Bellevue is a district of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. It lies to the south east of Canonmills, west of Leith Walk and south of Leith, incorporating the northernmost extent of Edinburghs New Town UNESCO heritage site. The area was formerly ...

West station

Hamilton West railway station Pollokshaws West railway station Reading West railway station Canterbury West railway station Allens West railway station Hounslow West tube station Hillington West railway station Pollokshields West railway station ...

Grove

Grove, County Leitrim, a townland in Ireland Grove crater, on the Moon Grove, Germany, a municipality in Schleswig-Holstein Grove, Tasmania, Australia, a suburb O Grove, Galicia, Spain, a municipality

Methodist Ladies College

Methodist Ladies College is the name of several independent girls schools affiliated with the Uniting Church or the Methodist Church. Methodist Ladies College, Perth, Claremont, Western Australia Methodist Ladies College, Melbourne, Kew, Victoria

Sires Produce Stakes

Sires Produce Stakes may refer to: Manawatu Sires Produce Stakes, is a Manawatu Racing Club Group 1 horse race run at Awapuni Racecourse, Palmerston North, New Zealand in late March or early April. Sires Produce Stakes VRC, is a Victoria Racing C ...