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John Keys Winchell

John Keys Winchell was an architect in Chicago who worked on buildings in Nebraskas then newly designated capitol of Lincoln. He designed the states first insane asylum. He also designed the Thomas P. Kennard House for the states first secretary ...

Burr House

Burr House may refer to: in the United States George Burr House, Lodi, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Medina County, Ohio Peterson–Burr House, Salina, Utah, listed on the NRHP in Sevier County, Utah Peter Burr House, Shenandoah Junction, West Virgin ...

New Yorks 89th State Assembly District

New Yorks 89th State Assembly District is located in the southern part of the State of New York in the United States. District 89 is north of New York City in Westchester County, New York and is composed of the City of Mount Vernon, New York as w ...

Louis Shapiro (judge)

Louis Shapiro was a Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court from 1970 to 1975. Born in New York City, Shapiro graduated from Hartford Public High School in 1923 and from Hartford College of Law later the University of Connecticut School of Law i ...

NGHS

NGHS may refer to: North Greene High School, Baileyton, Tennessee, United States Nasirabad Government High School, Chittagong, Bangladesh Napier Girls High School, Napier, New Zealand Northlands Girls High School, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Afr ...

Charles Babcock

Charles or Charlie Babcock may refer to: Charles Babcock architect 1829–1913, American architect Charles Almanzo Babcock 1847–1922, American school superintendent Charles L. Babcock, American Democratic politician 1962 Ohio Secretary of State ele ...

2014 Oklahoma City mayoral election

The 2014 Oklahoma City mayoral election took place on March 4, 2014, to elect the Mayor of Oklahoma City. The election was won by Mick Cornett who won re-election to a fourth term.

Tiffiny Mitchell

Tiffiny Mitchell is an American politician serving as a member of the Oregon House of Representatives from the 32nd district, which includes Astoria, Oregon.

Townsend Wagon Train Fight

The Townsend Wagon Train Fight occurred on the Bozeman Trail near the Powder River and present day Kaycee, Wyoming on July 7, 1864. This wagon train consisted mainly of emigrants from Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa who were heading to the gold rush ...

Pittsburgh Landmarks

Pittsburgh landmarks can refer to either of two types of Pittsburgh landmark designations: City of Pittsburgh Designated Landmarks, a designation by the city government for properties within the city limits of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh History & Lan ...

Horsham (disambiguation)

Horsham may refer to places called: Horsham, a town in West Sussex, England Horsham district, a local government district in West Sussex Horsham UK Parliament constituency, a County Constituency in West Sussex Horsham Township, Pennsylvania, a se ...

Back Creek

Back Creek Richmond Valley, New South Wales, a tributary of the Richmond River, in the Richmond Valley local government area of New South Wales Back Creek Upper Hunter, New South Wales, a tributary of the Rouchel Brook, in the Upper Hunter Shire ...

Salford (disambiguation)

Salford is an urban settlement within the metropolitan borough of Salford, in Greater Manchester, England. Salford may also refer to:

Harbison House

Harbison House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Harbison House Vacaville, California, located on the site of the Nut Tree Harbison College Presidents Home, Abbeville, South Carolina, "National Register of Historic Places list ...

Hamilton High School (Memphis, Tennessee)

Hamilton High School is a public high school in Memphis, Tennessee, at 1363 E Person Avenue. Enrollment is about 625. It is named for Green Polonius Hamilton. The school has a Junior ROTC program and requires a school uniform. Hamilton High Schoo ...

Performative activism

Performative activism is a pejorative term referring to activism done to increase ones social capital rather than because of ones devotion to a cause. It is often associated with surface-level activism, referred to as slacktivism. The term gained ...

Ridgeline High School

Ridgeline High School was dedicated on 9 August 2016 and began operations for the 2016-2017 school year. It serves the communities of Millville, Nibley, Providence, River Heights, College Ward, and Young Ward.

John Daley

John Daley may refer to: John Francis Daley born 1985, American actor John Daley jockey 1846–? John Daley baseball 1887–1988, American baseball player John Daley cricketer 1906–1986, English cricketer John Daley boxer 1909–1963, American boxer an ...

WWPV-LP

WWVP-LP is a radio station licensed to serve the community of Colchester, Vermont. The station is owned by Saint Michaels College. It airs a variety radio format. This station is the successor to WWPV-FM, the colleges prior radio station on 88.7 FM.

Fred H. Caplan

Fred H. Caplan was a Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia from 1962 to 1980. Born in Asheville, North Carolina, Caplan graduated from West Virginia University and the University of Richmond School of Law. He served in the Unit ...

Rush Nutt

Rush Nutt is Mississippian planter, physician, and scientist. He was the founder of Laurel Hill Plantation and discovered Petit Gulf cotton. He is a former justice of the Jefferson County court in Mississippi.

George Floyd protests in Washington (state)

Langley: The weekly lunch hour protest organized by local group People of Whidbey Elegantly Resisting POWER shifted its focus to Black Lives Matter. About 160 people showed up for the protest on June 7 and 98 people showed up on June 14. The week ...

Edgar W. Schwellenbach

Edgar Ward Schwellenbach was a Justice of the Washington Supreme Court from 1946 to 1957, serving as chief justice in 1951 and 1952. Schwellenbach graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1924 and gained admission to the bar in Wa ...

Frank I. Haswell

Frank I. Haswell was appointed as an Associate Justice of the Montana Supreme Court, serving in that capacity from 1967 to 1978, and as Chief Justice from 1978 to 1985. Haswell served as Montana District Court Judge in the 11th Judicial District ...

Savion Castro

Savion Castro is an officer and member of Board of Education of the Madison Metropolitan School District, and is the youngest member to ever serve on the board.

Die BIF – Blatter Idealer Frauenfreundschaften

Die BIF – Blatter Idealer Frauenfreundschaften, subtitled Monatsschrift fur weibliche Kultur, was a short-lived lesbian magazine in the Weimar Republic, published from either 1925 or 1926 until 1927 in Berlin. Founded by Selli Engler, Die BIF was ...

Firebaugh High School (Firebaugh, California)

Firebaugh High School is a public high school in Firebaugh, California, United States. It is a part of the Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified School District.

List of members of the 6th Bundestag

This is a list of members of the 6th Bundestag – the lower house of parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany, whose members were in office from 1969 until 1972.

Hermann Biechele

Hermann Biechele was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

OMB

OMB may refer to: Oregon Medical Board, state agency responsible for establishing the rules and regulations for medicine Ontario Municipal Board, an independent administrative board in the province of Ontario, Canada OMB, a graphic design studio ...

DLI

DLI is a three-letter abbreviation that may refer to: Department of Labor and Industry, an administrative unit common to many individual state governments in the United States Donor lymphocyte or leukocyte infusion, a therapy used in the field of ...

Marbella Ibarra

Marbella Ibarra was a Mexican advocate for Womens association football who was trained as a lawyer. She created the first professional womens football team in Mexico. She was murdered in 2018.

Big Little Lies (season 2)

The second season of the American television series Big Little Lies premiered on June 9, 2019, and concluded on July 27, 2019, on HBO. Meryl Streep joins the cast in this season. The story of the season focuses on Celeste, Madeline, Jane, and Ren ...

Doe v. Trump

Doe v. Trump may refer to: John Doe v. Trump, a lawsuit brought against Trumps alleged denial of COVID-19 stimulus checks to spouses of undocumented immigrants Jane Doe v. Donald J. Trump and Jeffrey E. Epstein, a lawsuit accusing Donald Trump an ...

Arlington Heights

Arlington Heights, Massachusetts Arlington Heights, Arlington, New York Arlington Heights, Ohio Arlington Heights, Pennsylvania Arlington Heights, Washington Arlington Heights, Illinois

List of lawsuits involving Facebook

Divya Narendra, Cameron Winklevoss, and Tyler Winklevoss, founders of the social network ConnectU, filed a lawsuit against Facebook in September 2004. The lawsuit alleged that Zuckerberg had broken an oral contract to build the social-networking ...

David L. McCain

David Lucius McCain was a Justice of the Florida Supreme Court from December 14, 1970 to August 31, 1975, when he resigned after being caught taking bribes. He then became a drug smuggler, and was for several years a fugitive, until his death. Bo ...

Seal of Zion, Illinois

The seal of Zion, Illinois, is the official city seal for Zion, Illinois, United States. It was adopted in 1992 following a Court of Appeal ruling that the previous seal which had been used since 1902 was unconstitutional due to its Christian sym ...

Brenda M. Saiz

Brenda M. Saiz is an American lawyer from New Mexico who is a nominee to be a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico.

Carlos Moreyra y Paz Soldan

Jose Carlos Gregorio Moreyra Paz-Soldan, was a Peruvian engineer and politician. He served as Minister of Public Works and Development, Second Vice President of the Republic, Minister of Agriculture and President of the Council of Ministers.

Buzi (disambiguation)

Buzi River Mozambique an island in the Comoros See list Buzi, Iran disambiguation, multiple places in Iran Buzi, town in Mozambique Buzi District, district in Mozambique Buzi River Taiwan

United States v. Brown

United States v. Brown or U.S. v. Brown may refer to: United States Supreme Court cases United States v. Brown 1965, 381 U.S. 437 1965 - unconstitutional to prohibit "Communist Party members" from being labor union leaders under Taft-Hartley Act ...

De Roiste v Minister for Defence

De Roiste v Minister for Defence, 2 ILRM 241, was an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court held that the extended delay in bringing forward an action was grounds for dismissal of charges.

Justice Allen

Justice Allen may refer to: John Allen Rhode Island, an Associate Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court William F. Allen New York, an Associate Justice of the New York Court of Appeals Elisha Hunt Allen, a Chief Justice of the Hawaiian Island ...

Ambler

Ambler Airport, Alaska, a state-owned, public-use airport Amblers Texaco Gas Station, Dwight, Illinois, United States, on the National Register of Historic Places Ambler station, a railroad station in Ambler, Pennsylvania

David Wippman

David Wippman is an American academic administrator, attorney, and legal scholar serving as the 20th President of Hamilton College in Upstate New York.

Gideon (name)

For uses of the name Gideon see Gideon, For the biblical military leader and prophet see Gideon Gideon גדעון in Hebrew is a masculine given name and surname of Hebrew origin, Which translates to "feller" or "hewer" i.e. great warrior in Hebrew. I ...

John Mansfield (disambiguation)

John Mansfield was an American soldier and politician. John Mansfield may also refer to: John Mansfield politician 1889–1970, British trade unionist and politician John Mansfield judge born 1946, Australian judge John Mansfield footballer born 19 ...

Ronna Lee Beck

On January 4, 1995, President Bill Clinton nominated Beck to a fifteen-year term as an associate judge on the Superior Court of the District of Columbia to the seat vacated by Bruce D. Beaudin. On May 22, 1995, the Senate Committee on Governmenta ...

List of Nobles and Magnates of England in the 13th Century

During the 13th century England was partially ruled through Archbishops, Bishops, Earls, Barons, marcher Lords, and knights. All of these except for the knights would always hold most of their fiefs as tenant in chief. Although the kings maintain ...