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Shaxi

Shaxi may refer to the following towns in China: Shaxi, Zhangpu 沙西镇, town in Zhangpu County, Fujian Written as "沙溪镇": Shaxi, Miluo, in Miluo City, Hunan Shaxi, Yongfeng, in Yongfeng County, Jiangxi Shaxi, Shangrao, in Xinzhou District, Shan ...

Zixi Subdistrict

Zixi Subdistrict is the most populous subdistrict within Yanjiang District, Ziyang, Sichuan Province, China. As of 2010, Zixi had a population of 83.356 people.

Sanbao

Sanbao may refer to: The title of Zheng He 1371–1433, the eunuch admiral Sanbao Township, Jiangsu 三堡乡 in Huaian District, Huaian Sanbao, Cenxi 三堡镇, town in Guangxi Sanbao Township, Heilongjiang 三宝乡, Bin County Chinese for Three Treasures ...

DEQ

DEQ can refer to Idaho Department of Environmental Quality Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Michigan ...

Yongjia

Yongjia or Yung-chia may refer to: Yongjia County, in Zhejiang, China Yongjia Xuanjue, a Zen monk during the Tang Dynasty Disaster of Yongjia Chinese: 永嘉之乱 referred to events that occurred in 311 CE, when Wu Hu forces captured and sacked Luoy ...

Shaping

Shaping can refer to: In communications, Traffic shaping, is the internet traffic management. In baking, shaping refers to the process step directly preceding proofing or final fermentation. In electricity generation, maintaining reliable deliver ...

Beijing Northeast Ring railway

The Beijing Northeast Ring railway, also known as Shuangqiao–Shahe railway or Shahe railway, is a link railway in Beijing railway hub. The line has a total length of 36 km 22 mi and connects the railway lines in Beijing, including Beijing–Zhangji ...

North China Military Exercise

The North China Military Exercise was a massive military exercise carried out by the Peoples Liberation Army in North China from September 14 to 18, 1981. With the participation of more 114.000 soldiers, it was the largest military exercise condu ...

Changhong Township

Changhong Township is a township under the administration of Kaihua County, Zhejiang, China. As of 2019, it has ten villages under its administration: Kukeng Village Chinese: 库坑村 Xinghe Village Chinese: 星河村 Fangcun Village Chinese: 芳村村 H ...

Paul Leblois

Paul Adolphe Leblois was a divisional general of the French Army who commanded the French 2nd Colonial Infantry Division and later the Armee française dOrient during World War One.

Batfish

Batfish is a name given to several fishes: Fish Freshwater batfish Myxocyprinus asiaticus, better known as the Chinese high fin banded shark, a catostomid sometimes kept in aquariums and aquaculture Members of the genus Halieutaea California batf ...

John Willoughby (British Army officer)

Willoughby was commissioned into the Middlesex Regiment on 2 February 1933. After serving with the 2nd Battalion, The Middlesex Regiment as part the British Expeditionary Force and then taking part in the Dunkirk evacuation, he served in India an ...

7F

7F or 7-F can refer to: TRANSYT-7F traffic simulation and signal timing optimization program IATA code for First Air 7F, the hexadecimal value for DEL in binary to ASCII conversion. 7F, the production code for the 1987 Doctor Who serial Delta and ...

Enriqueta Garcia Martin

While residing in Cardenas as an adult, Garcia would meet lawyer Francisco E. Cazañas, who inherited a large property there in 1890, and the couple wed on April 30, 1894. Cazañas, born in New Rochelle, New York, held dual citizenship with the Uni ...

Riga Trial

The Riga Trial was a war crimes trial held in front of a Soviet military tribunal between 26 January and 3 February 1946 in Riga, Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic, Soviet Union against 6 high ranking Wehrmacht officers, Hoheren SS- und Polizeifu ...

Chadian National Gendarmerie

The Chadian National Gendarmerie is the branch of the Military of Chad in charge of judicial policing, administrative policing, and military policing. Created by decree of August 17, 1961 No. 2 following the independence of Chad, it was directly ...

Nisus

Nisus of Nisus and Euryalus, son of Hyrtacus, friend of Euryalus, in Virgils Aeneid Nisos, a king of Megara Nisus or Silenus, foster father of Dionysus Nisus of Dulichium, son of Aretias, father of Amphinomus, in Book 18 of Homers Odyssey

Louis Edouard Paul Lieutard

Louis Edouard Paul Lieutard was a French Navy officer. He notably set a formal claim for France on the Kerguelen Islands in 1893. Mont Lieutard was named in his honour.

French ship Aurore

Aurore 1779, a fluyt Aurore 1940, a submarine, lead ship of her class. Aurore 1767, a 6-gun yatch, also known as Petite Aurore Aurore 1689, a 20-gun frigate Aurore 1803, a schooner Aurore 1745, a 50-gun frigate Aurore 1769, a 34-gun frigate Auror ...

HMS Torch

Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Torch: HMS Torch 1845, launched in 1845 and sold in 1856. HMS Torch 1859, a Philomel -class gunvessel launched in 1859 and broken up in 1881. HMS Torch 1918, a S-class destroyer launched in 1918 and ...

French ship Galatee

Galatee 1719, a frigate Galatee S646, a Daphne -class submarine completed in 1964 and decommissioned in 1991 Galatee 1745, a 24-gun frigate, lead ship of her class Galatee 1925, a Sirene -class submarine launched in 1925 and sunk in 1944 Galatee ...

French ship Eveille

Eveille 1753, a 64-gun ship of the line Eveille 1773, an Artesien -class ship of the line Eveille 1788, a Hasard class brig-aviso Eveille 1944, a PC-461-class submarine chaser, former USS PC-471 Eveille 1809, a gunbrig Eveille 1672, a 24-gun ship ...

François Julien du Dresnay

François-Julien du Dresnay des Roches was a French Navy officer and colonial administrator of the 18th century. Desroches Island was named in his honour.

François-Louis de Brach

Brach joined the Navy as a Garde-Marine on 24 May 1757. He was promoted to Lieutenant on 14 February 1778. Brach captained the 74-gun Magnifique at the Battle of Ushant on 27 July 1778. After the battle, he was one of the captains whom Orvilliers ...

St Desir-de-Lisieux War Cemetery

The St Desir-de-Lisieux War Cemetery is found approximately 4 km to the west of Lisieux, Normandy. It is unusual in that it is linked by pathway to a German cemetry, the Saint-Desir-de-Lisieux German war cemetery. Half way that path, there is a s ...

Otto Urban

Otto Urban was a German trade unionist. Born in Berlin, Urban completed an apprenticeship as a commercial assistant. He then became an accountant, before moving to become an agent. In 1896, he joined the Free Union of Merchants of Berlin, and mov ...

L23

L23 may refer to: Beechcraft L-23 Seminole, the United States Armed Forces designation for the Beechcraft Twin Bonanza and Queen Air aircraft in its inventory Zeppelin L 23 LZ66, a 1916 German Zeppelin a LYS number in sailing INS Gharial L23, a M ...

Maschinengewehr

Maschinengewehr is German for "machine gun". The standard naming system for German machine guns was a prefix of "Maschinengewehr" and a two-number suffix giving the year in which the gun was designed.

Panzer-Grenadier-Division Feldherrnhalle

The Division was recreated on 1 September 1944 in Warthelager and then in Hungary in the Debreczen area. On 27 November 1944, the division was renamed Panzer-Division Feldherrnhalle and again destroyed during the Battle of Budapest in February 19 ...

Alfred Kennedy (British Army officer)

Kennedy was commissioned into the 3rd The Kings Own Hussars on 10 October 1891. He commanded the 4th Cavalry Division at the Battle of Cambrai in November 1917 and, after becoming commander of 230th Brigade in July 1918, he commanded the brigade ...

Frederik Faber

Frederik Faber was a pioneer Danish ornithologist who is best known for his work on the birds of Iceland, Ueber das Leben der hochnordischen Vogel, published in German in 1825. Faber was born at Henneberg Farm near Fredericia along with eight oth ...

Christ College

Christ College may refer to: Christ College, Tasmania, Australia Christ College, Pune, India Christ College, Thalassery, India Christ College, Hong Kong, Hong Kong The Honors College of Valparaiso University, United States The original name of Co ...

Farrukh Jaffar

Farrukh Jaffar is an Indian actress and former radio presenter. Having began her career with Vividh Bharti in 1963, she made a transition into acting with a supporting role in the 1981 film Umrao Jaan. Jaffar continued to act sporadically, and be ...

French corvette Heure du Berger (1767)

In 1767, Ensign Grenier took Heure du Berger for a voyage of exploration in the Indian Ocean, with astronomer Rochon, and discovered a new, quicker route from Isle de France to India.

Emax

Emax, E-max or similar may refer to: eMAX, a series of products from the emergency services company E-One "Emax I", "Emax II", and "Emax III", songs by Destroyer from the 1998 album City of Daughters E-mu Emax, a line of sound samplers IPS E.max, ...

Shubhangi Swaroop

Shubhangi Swaroop is the first female pilot of the Indian Navy. She is a pilot of Maritime reconnaissance aircraft in Indian Navy.

Forbes MacBean (British Army officer, born 1857)

Born the son of Colonel Forbes MacBean c.1826–1900 and educated at Uppingham School, MacBean was commissioned into the Gordon Highlanders in 1876. After taking part in the Second Anglo-Afghan War in 1879, he was mentioned in dispatches for his ac ...

47th Regiment

47th regiment may refer to: 47th Sikhs, a British Indian Army regiment 47th Infantry Regiment United States, a US Army regiment 47th Lancashire Regiment of Foot, a British Army infantry regiment 47th Oldham Royal Tank Regiment, a British Army arm ...

68th Regiment

68th Regiment or 68th Infantry Regiment may refer to: 68th Armoured Regiment India, a armoured unit of the Indian Army 68th Durham Regiment of Foot Light Infantry, an infantry unit of the British Army 68th Armor Regiment, an armoured unit of the ...

95th Regiment

95th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment 95th New York Volunteer Infantry 95th Pennsylvania Infantry 95th Indiana Infantry Regiment 95th Ohio Infantry

66th Regiment

66th Regiment may refer to: 66th Berkshire Regiment of Foot, an infantry unit of the British Army 66th Infantry Regiment Imperial Japanese Army, a unit of the Imperial Japanese Army 66th Armor Regiment, an armoured unit of the US Army 66th Armour ...

Nagapattinam (disambiguation)

Nagapattinam is a town in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Nagapattinam may also refer to: Nagapattinam Lok Sabha constituency, a Lok Sabha constituency in Tamil Nadu Nagapattinam block, a revenue block in the Nagapattinam taluk of Nagapattinam di ...

Yadahalli

Yadahalli may refer to: Yadahalli, Mandya, a village in Krishnarajpet Taluka, Mandya District, Karnataka, India Yadahalli, Gummakal, a village in Gummakal gram panchayat, Mulbagal Taluka, Kolar District, Karnataka, India Yadahalli, Angondahalli a ...

Gokak (Vidhan Sabha constituency)

2008: Ramesh Jarkiholi, Indian National Congress 1978: Laxman Siddappa Nail, Indian National Congress Indira 1983: Muttennavar Mallappa Laxman, Janata Party 1999: Ramesh Jarkiholi, Indian National Congress 1989: Shankar Hanmant Karning, Indian Na ...

Barman language

Barman Thar, where" thar” means language, is a highly endangered language. It is a Tibeto-Burman language that belongs to the Boro–Garo sub-group. The population of the Barman Kachari community is 24.237, according to a 2017 census. However, only ...

Deogarh

Deogarh may refer to: Location Debagarh, Odisha, also known as Deogarh, a city in Debagarh District, India Deogarh, Rajasthan, also known as Devgarh, a city and fortress in Rajsamand District of Indias Rajasthan state Devgarh, Maharashtra, also k ...

Rameswaram (disambiguation)

Rameswaram may refer to places in India: Rameswaram Island Ramanathaswamy Temple Rameswaram, Pedapudi Mandal in East Godavari District Rameswaram, YSR District Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu Rameswaram bridge Rameswaram TV Tower Rameswaram taluk Rameswar ...

Thanjavur cannon

Thanjavur cannon also known as Rajagopala Beerangi is a massive cannon in Beerangi Medu The cannon kept on a mount or higher pedestal, Thanjavur, in East Rampart area of the Thanjavur Fort. It is located at the heart of the city and located very ...

Alla Ayodhya Rami Reddy

Alla Ayodhya Rami Reddy is an Indian politician. He was elected to the Rajya Sabha, upper house of the Parliament of India from Andhra Pradesh in the 2020 Rajyasabha elections as a member of the YSR Congress Party.

Korutla Railway Station

Koratla Railway Station comes under Peddapalli-Nizamabad section. It is an Indian Railway Station which serves the town Korutla of Jagtial District in Telangana. It is a major station after Lingampet-Jagtial station and Karimnagar Railway Station ...