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Southeast Portland, Oregon

Southeast Portland stretches from the warehouses along the Willamette River through historic Ladds Addition to the Hawthorne and Belmont districts out to Gresham. Not far from Hawthorne is Reed College, whose campus expands from Woodstock Bouleva ...

Roaring Twenties (disambiguation)

Roaring Twenties is a common reference to the social change and turmoil associated with the 1920s. Roaring Twenties may also refer to: The Roaring Twenties, American 1939 gangster drama starring James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart Song by American b ...

Hobsons choice (disambiguation)

Hobsons Choice Woodbine, Maryland, an historic home in Howard County, Maryland, US Hobsons Choice Alberta, Virginia, an historic home in Brunswick County, Virginia, US

George Banks

George Banks born 1942, convicted of the 1982 Wilkes-Barre Shootings George Banks basketball born 1972, American professional basketball player from 1995 to 2010 George Banks, aka Pushkal Bahadur Budaprithi, Gurkha musician, Bagpiper player, fath ...

Qiu Ti

Qiu Ti or Qiu Di was a Chinese female modernist oil painter. She and her husband, Pang Xunqin, founded the Juelan Society, an organization with the mission of spreading the development of modern art in China during the 1930s.

Inglewood Post Office

Inglewood Post Office is a heritage-listed post office at 885 Beaufort Street, Inglewood, Western Australia, Australia. It was added to the Australian Commonwealth Heritage List on 8 November 2011.

John F. Murphy (South Dakota politician)

John Francis Murphy was an American lawyer and politician. Murphy was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on July 19, 1930, to parents Frank and Myrtle Murphy. The family lived in Saint Cloud, and Murphy graduated from Saint Johns Preparatory School. ...

CAMS

California Academy of Mathematics and Science, a high school in Carson, California, US Motorsport Australia, formerly the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport, the national sporting organisation vested with the authority to conduct motor sport ...

Llanidloes War Memorial Hospital

Llanidloes War Memorial Hospital is a health facility in Eastgate Street, Llanidloes, Powys, Wales. It is managed by the Powys Teaching Health Board.

Erhard Grieder

Erhard Grieder was a footballer who played for FC Basel during one season in the early 1940s. He played as Striker. Grieder joined Basels first team during their 1941–42 season. After one test match, he played his domestic league debut for the cl ...

Amanda Elzy

Amanda Belle Elzy was a pioneering African-American educator. She graduated from Rust High School in 1929 and from Rust College in 1934. She worked as Supervisor of Negro Schools in Leflore County, Mississippi, then became the first black assista ...

Horace Mackennal

Horace John Mackennal was an Australian architect. He was educated at Kings School in Fitzroy and the University of Melbourne. He worked as a draftsman in the office of the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works before joining the Commonwealth ...

Silver Knight

Silver Knight may refer to: Syracuse Silver Knights, an indoor soccer team based in Syracuse, NY The Circle of Silver Knights, a club created as a marketing tool for the Raleigh Winkie Tricycle in the 1950s and 60s. Silver Knight horse, a Thoroug ...

Maceo-Dickinson line

The expression Maceo-Dickinson line was used in Texas in the early/mid 20th century referring to the Galveston County line. The expression was a pun which made reference to the Mason-Dixon line. From the 1920s to the 1950s the Maceo crime syndica ...

E. Joseph Bleich

E. Joseph Bleich was a Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court in 1996. Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, Bleich graduated from Ruston High School in 1968 and attended Louisiana Tech University before receiving his J.D. from the Louisiana State Unive ...

Badge (disambiguation)

Badge may refer to: Web badge, a small image used on websites to promote a web standard, product, or terms of service Pin-back button, in the United Kingdom Electronic badge, a device to show a handle or software Digital badge, an indicator of ac ...

Forêt dOrient National Nature Reserve

The Forêt dOrient National Nature Reserve is a national nature reserve located in Champagne-Ardenne in the Grand Est region in France. Located within the Orient Forest Regional Natural Park, it was created in 2002 and protects 1.560 hectares of l ...

Worden (horse)

Worden was a Thoroughbred racehorse foaled in France. Bred and raced by American expatriate Ralph Strassburger, Worden was raced in France, England, Italy and the United States.

VC10 (disambiguation)

Vickers VC10 British airliner US Navy aircraft squadron VC-10 Challengers, see also List of inactive United States Navy aircraft squadrons#Composite squadrons VC

Morning dew

Morning Dew shipwreck, a pleasurecraft which sank, on March 17, 1998 -- see USCGC Yellowfin WPB-87319 "Morning Dew", a Bad Lip Reading parody of Jay-Z, Bruno Mars, and Lady Gaga, found on YouTube "Morning Dew", a 1960s band formed by Mal Robinson ...

National Medal for Literature

The National Medal for Literature was a literary award recognizing an individual for distinguished and continuing contributions to American letters. First presented to Thornton Wilder by Lady Bird Johnson at a White House ceremony in 1965, the aw ...

S61

S61 may refer to: S61 New York City bus serving Staten Island S61: Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions/safety data sheet, a safety phrase in chemistry S61 Long Island bus Bleriot-SPAD S.61, a 1923 French fighter aircra ...

Yesim Arat

Yesim Arat, is a Turkish political scientist and author specialized in gender politics, Turkish politics, women in Turkish politics, and womens movements in Turkey. She is a professor in the department of political science and international relat ...

Vietnam War resisters in Sweden

Vietnam War resisters in Sweden were Americans who had fled to Sweden to avoid service in the Vietnam War between 1967 and 1973. Among the 1000 American exiles included around 800 military deserters. Unlike other nations like Canada that discrete ...

Separationofpowers

Separationofpowerss first race was on July 30th, 2017, at Saratoga, where she came in first. In her second race, she competed in the September 2nd, 2017 Grade-1 Spinaway Stakes, but finished in 3rd. She had better luck the next month as on Octobe ...

Silver Max

Silver Max s first race was on July 31st, 2011 at Saratoga, where he came in second. He did not pick up his first win until January 13th, 2012 at Gulfstream Park. He went on a six race win streak starting on March 9th, 2012. He won the Transylvan ...

PS1

The name and designation for several public schools in the New York City Department of Education; see List of public elementary schools in New York City

Take Control (disambiguation)

Take Control is a 2006 song by Amerie. Take Control or Taking Control may also refer to: Take Control horse, a racehorse born in 2007 and deceased in 2013 Take Control, a series of electronic books by Tidbits "Take Control", the slogan for the Vo ...

Polarity

Polarity of a literal, in mathematical logic Chemical polarity, in chemistry, a separation of electric charge Magnetic polarity, north or south poles of a magnet Polarity in embryogenesis, the animal and vegetal poles within a blastula Electrical ...

Calgary Queer Arts Society

Calgary Queer Arts Society is a Canadian registered nonprofit organization. First established as the Fairy Tales Presentation Society in 2004, the organized rebranded as the Calgary Queer Arts Society in 2018. The organization seeks to give a voi ...

Rebel Raider

Rebel Raider was a notable Australian Thoroughbred race horse. A son of Reset AUS from the mare Picholine AUS, he was foaled in 2005 and was trained throughout his career by Leon Macdonald.

Happening (disambiguation)

A happening is a performance, event or situation meant to be considered art. Happening, Happenings, or The Happening may also refer to: "The Happening" song, a song by the Supremes from the soundtrack Happenings Bobby Hutcherson album 1966 The Ha ...

Chain Reaction (John Farnham song)

Chain Reaction is a song by Australian pop rock singer John Farnham. It was released in August 1990 as the lead single from his 14th studio album of the same title. The song peaked at number 6 on the ARIA Charts and was certified gold in Australi ...

Orgiah

Orgiah was a Jewish precentress in medieval Ashkenaz. Orgiahs role as a precentress, one of a handful of women known to be serving in this capacity in this region in the 13-14th centuries, is attested on her grave stone. Little more is known abou ...

Lyubov Ovcharova

Lyubov Mikhailovna Ovcharova is a Russian freestyle wrestler. She won the silver medal in the womens 59 kg event at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

Anhelina Lysak

Anhelina Lysak is a Ukrainian freestyle wrestler. At the 2020 European Wrestling Championships held in Rome, Italy, she won one of the bronze medals in the womens 59 kg event.

Olga Khoroshavtseva

Olga Nikolayevna Khoroshavtseva is a Russian freestyle wrestler. She won a bronze medal in the womens 55 kg event at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

Chiyar Jaqhi

Chiyar Jaqhi may refer to: Chiyar Jaqhi Umurata, a mountain near Umurata in the Turco Municipality, Sajama Province, Oruro Department, Bolivia Chiyar Jaqhi Cusco, a mountain in the Cusco Region, Peru Chiyar Jaqhi Moquegua-Puno, a mountain on the ...

Chiyar Qullu

Chiyar Qullu may refer to: Chiyar Qullu Oruro, a volcanic center in the Ladislao Cabrera Province, Oruro Department, Bolivia Chiyar Qullu Los Andes, a mountain in the Los Andes Province, La Paz Department, Bolivia Chiyar Qullu Sud Yungas, a mount ...

Its Love Baby (24 Hours a Day)

Its Love Baby is a song written by Ted Jarrett. The song became a number 2 R&B hit for Louis Brooks and His Hi-Toppers, with vocals performed by Earl Gaines, a friend of Jarretts. The song, which also charted in 1955 for Hank Ballards group T ...

MLCC

Micro lead-frame chip carrier, a type of package for integrated circuits Multi-layer ceramic capacitor, a surface-mount type of ceramic capacitor see ceramic capacitor or types of capacitor

GMT (disambiguation)

GM GMT platform, an automobile platform Geometric measure theory Giant Magellan Telescope, a telescope under construction in Chile Great Melbourne Telescope, in Dublin, Ireland Generic Mapping Tools in graphical computing

Electric Castle Live and Other Tales

Electric Castle Live and Other Tales is a live album and DVD/Blu-ray by Arjen Anthony Lucassens progressive rock/metal rock opera project Ayreon, that was released on March 27, 2020. It is a live version of the 1998 studio album Into the Electric ...

Womb (album)

Womb is the third studio album by Canadian witch house electronic music duo Purity Ring. It was released through 4AD on April 3, 2020. It was preceded by the lead single "Stardew". The duo is scheduled to tour North America in support of the albu ...

Heavy

Heavy, a characterization of objects with substantial weight Heavy reader, a reader of 21 or more books per year, according to the Pew Internet and American Life Project report, "The Rise of E-Reading" 2012 Heavy, a type of strength of Scottish b ...

Tobermory

Tobermory whisky distillery Tobermory, Mull, the chief town of the Isle of Mull in Scotland Tobermory Single Malt Scotch whisky Tobermory High School Tobermory, Ontario, a town on the Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada Tobermory Airport

Latitude (disambiguation)

Latitude is a geographical term denoting the north/south angular location of a place on the Earth or other celestial bodies. Latitude may also refer to: Science and geography Latitude Margaritaville, a retirement village in Daytona Beach, Florida ...

Martin William Francis Stone

Martin William Francis Stone is an Irish philosopher who served as a professor of philosophy at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. In 2010 he was found guilty of plagiarizing texts in more than 40 publications and subsequently dismissed from his ...

The Brownie of Bodsbeck

The Brownie of Bodsbeck is the first novel by James Hogg. Set in the Scottish Borders in 1685 it presents a sympathetic picture of the persecuted Covenanters and a harsh view of the Royalists led by Clavers. It draws extensively on local supersti ...

Battle of Caldiero

The Battle of Caldiero may refer to: Battle of Caldiero 1809, a clash between the Austrian forces of Archduke John of Austria and Eugene de Beauharnais French army Battle of Caldiero 1813, a battle between Johann von Hillers Austrian army and Eug ...