Maitté Zamorano

Maitté Miozotty Zamorano Cardona (born 6 January 1981) is an Bolivian footballer who plays as a forward for Deportivo ITA and the Bolivia women's national team. She is also a former athlete,[5][6] who has appeared in three South American Championships in Athletics editions (2006, 2007 and 2009)...

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Getty Fire

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A Whore Like Me

A Whore Like Me is a Israeli film written and directed by Sharon Yaish and Yael Shachar.[1] Plot At age 22, Csilla is abducted from a pub in Hungary, and sold to a prostitution ring in Israel. After escaping from her kidnappers, she learns the Hebrew language and volunteers in a humanitarian ...

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Jennifer Williams

Jennifer Williams is an American United States Department of State official who has served as a special advisor to U.S. vice president Mike Pence on European and Russian affairs. Williams testified under subpoena in closed-door hearings before the House intelligence, Oversight and Foreign Affai...

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2019–20 Baylor Lady Bears basketball team

The 2019–20 Baylor Lady Bears basketball team represents Baylor University in the 2019–20 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. Returning as head coach is Hall of Famer Kim Mulkey for her 19th season. The team plays its home games at the Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas and are members of the...

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Pyrilla perpusilla

Pyrilla perpusilla, commonly known as the sugarcane planthopper,[1] is a planthopper in the family Lophopidae. It is native to Asia where it feeds on grasses and other plants and is a major pest of sugarcane. Description The adult P. perpusilla has an elongated snout with piercing and suckin...

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2019 Maia Challenger – Doubles

This is the first edition of the tournament.[1] Seeds Romain Arneodo / Nicholas Monroe Tomislav Brkić / Ante Pavić Luca Margaroli / Andrea Vavassori Scott Clayton / Purav Raja Draw Key Q = Qualifier WC = Wild Card LL = Lucky Loser Alt = Alternate SE = Special Exempt PR = Protected...

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Francesco Maria Banditi

Francesco Maria Banditi (6 September 1706 – 27 January 1796, Rome) was an Italian cardinal. Biography Birth September 8, 1706, Rimini. From a noble family. Son of Count Francesco Banditi and Colomba Leonardelli. Education Initial studies in the local schools of Rimini, where he had as condis...

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Countryhumans

Countryhumans or sometimes CountryHumans refers to a Russian fandom based around characters portrayed as humans but with Sphere heads and a human body. It is based around Hatalia, an anime series, Polandball, an Internet meme created back in 2009 which the Countryhumans fandom is heavily based o...

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Welcame (album)

Welcame is the debut studio album by French heavy metal band Rise of the Northstar. It was released on November 21, 2014 by Nuclear Blast. Critical reception Professional ratingsReview scoresSourceRatingLouder Sound[1]Metal.de8/10[2]Punknews.org[3]Rock Hard9/10[4]Rock Sound6/10[5] Punknews.or...

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William Lloyd (British Naval officer)

Admiral William Lloyd was an Admiral of the White for the Royal Navy.[1][2] He sailed Governor Edward Cornwallis aboard HMS Sphinx to establish Halifax, Nova Scotia (1749). Naval career His first command was of the HMS Otter and the HMS Invincible, which later sank and is a British herita...

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Dead: The Album

Dead: The Album (stylized as DEADTHEALBUM) is the fifth studio album by American electronic music group Breathe Carolina. Released on November 15, 2019, on Spinnin' Records and Big Beat, it serves as a follow-up to the group's fourth studio album, Savages (2014). It is their first studio album r...

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Lloyd Gaston

Lloyd Henry Gaston (1929 – 24 September 2006[1]) was a theologan,[2] biblical scholar,[3] associate professor, and professor emeritus of New Testament at Vancouver School of Theology. He also was a president of the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies and Pastor of First Presbyterian Church (Edm...

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Matla, Canning

Matla is a census town and gram panchayat under Canning police station of Canning I CD block in Canning subdivision of South 24 Parganas district in the Indian State of West Bengal. Geography Matla is located at 22°19′24″N 88°38′52″E / 22.3234°N 88.6478°E / 22.3234; 88.6478 Rajapur, Taldi...

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Richards Spur

Richards Spur is a Permian fossil locality located at the Dolese Brothers Limestone Quarry north of Lawton, Oklahoma. The locality preserves clay and mudstone fissure fills of a karst system eroded out of Ordovician limestone and dolostone. Fossils of terrestrial animals are abundant and well-pre...

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Makhal Tala

Makhal Tala is a census town under Canning police station of Canning II CD block in Canning subdivision of South 24 Parganas district in the Indian State of West Bengal. Geography Makhal Tala is located at 22°22′43″N 88°33′15″E / 22.3785°N 88.5542°E / 22.3785; 88.5542 Demogra...

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Houston Markham

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Shei Je Holud Pakhi

Shei Je Holud Pakhi is a musical thriller Bengali web series which was released on Bengali OTT platform hoichoi on 30th June 2018. The series was directed by Anirban Mallick who previously directed Hello and Eken Babu.[1],[2],[3] Through these web series, Tridha Choudhury who is best known for ...

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Dai Tokai Series

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Francis Brandt

Francis Brandt (6 May 1840 – 17 July 1925) was an English first-class cricketer and a high court judge in British India. The son of Robert Brandt, he was born at Pendleton in May 1840. He was educated at Cheltenham College, where he played for the cricket eleven and was coached by James Lillywh...

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Rose Eveleth

Rose Eveleth is an award-winning American podcast host, producer, designer, and animator. She helped launch and is a producer of ESPN Films' "30 for 30" podcasts series, which was a Grant Award Gold Radio Winner in the narrative/documentary at the 2019 New York Festivals Radio Awards, as well as...

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Ronnie Bell (American football)

Ronnie Bell (born January 28, 2000) is an American football wide receiver for the Michigan Wolverines. He was Michigan's offensive rookie of the year in 2018 and leads the team in receiving through the first 10 games of the 2019 season. Early years Bell was a multi-sport athlete at Park Hill Hi...

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Andricus curvator

Andricus curvator is a gall wasp which forms chemically induced leaf galls on oak trees and has both agamic and sexual generations. Agamic and sexual generations usually form two distinct galls on oak trees, but in the case of A. curvator there are six galls; the sexual generation usually on t...

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Barbara Noah

Barbara Noah is a sculptor in glass and concrete, best known for her large installation pieces.[1] Early life and education Barbara Noah earned her bachelor's degree in art from Mills College,[2] where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa. She has later earned an M.F.A., Painting and Serigraphy from P...

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Sam Kane

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Al-Duraji

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The Entertainers (radio program)

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Martha Clokie

Martha Rebecca Jane Clokie is a Professor of Microbiology at the University of Leicester. Her research considers the identification and development of bacteriophages that kill pathogens in an effort to develop new antimicrobials. Early life and education Clokie studied biology at the Univers...

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Sierra (motor ship)

Sierra is a historic motor ship used to transport lumber. Built in 1916, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[3] History Sierra was built at Matthews shipyard in Hoquiam[4] for E. K. Wood Lumber Company[2] and was the first motor ship built on Grays Harbor.[5] The ...

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USS Patapsco (AT-10)

The fifth USS Patapsco (Fleet Tug No. 10, later AT-10) was a fleet tug in commission in the United States Navy from 1909 to 1925. She served the United States Atlantic Fleet and saw service in World War I. Construction and commissioning Patapsco was a two-masted, steel-hulled, sea-going tug,...

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The Ghoul (2016 film)

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The Headies Award for Best Vocal Performance (Female)

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The Investigator (TV pilot)

The Investigator is a 1973 British television pilot devised, produced and directed by Gerry Anderson, creator of Thunderbirds and other Supermarionation TV series of the 1960s. It centres on two American youths, John and Julie, who have been recruited by an extragalactic being called "the Invest...

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Tualaulelei Mauri

Tualaulelei Mauri (12 June 1903 – 8 September 1961) was a Western Samoan chief and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly between 1943 and 1961, and as Minister of Lands and Minister of Agriculture between 1957 and 1961. Biography Mauri was born on...

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2019–20 Scottish Rugby Academy season

The Scottish Rugby Academy provides Scotland's up and coming rugby stars a dedicated focused routeway for development into the professional game. Entry is restricted to Scottish qualified students and both male and female entrants are accepted into 4 regional academies. The 2019-20 season sees t...

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Belle Alliance (1817 ship)

Belle Alliance was launched at Chittagong in 1817. She moved her registry to England. In 1820 she carried settlers to South Africa. She then traded with India initially under a license from the British East India Company (EIC) and continuing after the EIC's demise. She was last listed in 1854. ...

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Horne Prize

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The Flesherton Advance

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2019 Indianapolis City-County Council election

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History of Dundalk F.C. (2002–present)

The History of Dundalk Football Club (2003–present) covers the period from the aftermath of the 2001–02 season, when Dundalk had won the FAI Cup, but were also relegated to the League of Ireland First Division, to the end of the most recently completed season. It also includes short article...

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Fiona Fidler

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Realities Gallery

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2019–20 Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks basketball team

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Hoffman's packing puzzle

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Alina Pepeleva

Alina Aleksandrovna Pepeleva (Russian: Алина Александровна Пепелева, born 20 July 2003) is a Russian pair skater. With her partner, Roman Pleshkov, she is the 2019 CS Warsaw Cup silver medalist. On the junior level, Pepeleva/Pleshkov are the 2019 JGP United States bronze medalists and have quali...

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CMLL Leyendas Mexicanas (2017)

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CMLL Leyendas Mexicanas

CMLL Leyendas Mexicanas (Spanish for "Mexican Legends") is the collective name of a series of annually occurring lucha libre, or professional wrestling supercard how promoted by Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). Starting in 2017 CMLL has held specia...

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Roman Pleshkov

Roman Pavlovich Pleshkov (Russian: Роман Павлович Плешков, born 19 January 2000) is a Russian pair skater. With his partner, Alina Pepeleva, he is the 2019 CS Warsaw Cup silver medalist. On the junior level, Pepeleva/Pleshkov are the 2019 JGP United States bronze medalists and have qualified to ...

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Safety Zone (song)

"Safety Zone" is a song recorded by by South Korean idol group DMTN. It was released as a single on January 29, 2013, by 2Works Entertainment and distributed by Kakao M. Following the group's departure from IS Entermedia Group, they signed with 2Works and began working on new music. Prior to t...

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Aranmula (State Assembly constituency)

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Mavallipura

Coordinates: 13°07′18″N 77°32′20″E / 13.121672°N 77.538849°E / 13.121672; 77.538849 Leachate tanks seen from atop the landfill heap (2019) Mavallipura is a village to the north of Bangalore. A part of the village, about 15 km north of the main part of the city was used as an illegal landfil...

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List of judges of the Supreme Court of Ghana

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PNS Saif (F253)

PNS Saif (FFG-253) is the F-22P Zulfiquar-class guided missile frigate currently in active service with the Pakistan Navy since her commission in 2010. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) of the Pakistan's military, Saif is identified as the "front line warship" of the Pakistan Navy.[2] ...

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Mike Phiromphon

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Kodama Naoko

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List of World of Darkness video games

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I Married My Best Friend To Shut My Parents Up

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Edward Morrison (American football)

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Gasteracantha westringi

Gasteracantha westringi is a species of spiny orb-weaver spider in the genus Gasteracantha.[1] It is found in Australasia, including New Caledonia and Norfolk Island, and it has a wing-shaped abdomen armed with red and black spines. Description Female G. westringi have hard, shell-like abdom...

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Ann Marie

Ann Marie Slater (born November 20, 1995) is an American singer-songwriter from Chicago, Illinois. She is signed to Interscope Records. She is best known for her single "Secret" featuring singer YK Osiris, which has garnered over 50 million views on YouTube and peaked at number 22 on the Billboa...

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Joe Kirby (teacher)

Joe Kirby is a British school teacher and vice principal at Jane Austen College, who writes on translating research into the classroom. He created and made popular the use of knowledge organisers, a template used by teachers and their students to clarify what is essential to learn. When he look...

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Sue Ieraci

Sue Ieraci (born 1960) is an Australian doctor and emergency specialist with more than three decades’ experience in the public hospital system. She is a vocal advocate for improvements in Emergency Medicine, how it is viewed in the hospital framework and patient-centred care. Ieraci is a member...

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Dominic Boesel

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List of Fire Force episodes

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1990 Bijnor riot

In October 1990, there was a major communal riot in Bijnor, a town in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.[1][2][3] Stemming from an anti-Muslim pogrom by local Hindu groups, it was the most destructive riot in the wake of concurrent Hindu nationalist campaigns, which eventually led to the demolit...

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Kevin White (basketball)

Kevin David White (born 7 April 1987) is an Australian professional basketball player for the Adelaide 36ers of the Australian National Basketball League (NBL). High school career White attended Scots College in Sydney, New South Wales, and was a member of its 2004 premiership winning baske...

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Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Award for Best Period and/or Character Hair Styling in a Feature-Length Motion Picture

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Dorothy Newland

Dorothy Newland (30 October 1940 – 15 August 2018) was an abstract painter who exhibited in Perth and Mandurah, Western Australia. She was known to use different methods, building up canvases to explore light, colour, and texture.[1] In her later years, she painted and volunteered at CASM, Cont...

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Chapel of the Rosario, Puebla

Ciprés that protects the statue of Our Lady of the Rosary crowned with the typical solomonic columns in Baroque architecture. Plan of the chapel The Chapel of the Virgen del Rosario is the chapel attached to the Church of Santo Domingo in the city of Puebla, Puebla, Mexico. Work of the 17th c...

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Sex Talk (T'Pau song)

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Amine Bensaid

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VC Lokomotyv Kharkiv

Lokomotyv Kharkiv (Ukrainian: Локомотив Харків) is a Ukrainian professional men's volleyball team, based in Kharkiv, playing in Ukrainian Super League. Achievements Ukrainian Super League (x17) 1994, 1996, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2...

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Roxanne Joyal

Roxanne Joyal (born 1977) is a Canadian social entrepreneur, author, recognized leader in sustainable development, and a women's empowerment advocate. She is the CEO of ME to WE, a social enterprise that supports the sustainable development projects of its charitable partner, WE Charity. For her...

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List of Macau Grand Prix winners

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1982 Davis Cup Eastern Zone

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Douglas Silva (footballer)

Douglas De Silva (born 19 May 1974 in Sao Paolo, Brazil) is a retired Brazilian professional footballer who played as a midfielder and defender for various teams,, including Santos FC, East Bengal FC. He is currently the head coach of I-League side TRAU F.C..[1] Career Douglas Silva started ...

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Pict's Knowe

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Ariane Lipski

Ariane Lipski (born January 26, 1994) is a Brazilian mixed martial artist. She was the formal three times KSW Women's Flyweight Champion and currently competes in the flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Background Lipski was born in Curitiba, Brazil with a Polish ...

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List of ship launches in 1694

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Erdem ba Shajan

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Arab–Iranian conflict

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The Stars at Noon

The Stars at Noon is a 1986 novel by Denis Johnson. It was published by Alfred A. Knopf on September 12, 1986. The novel follows an unnamed American woman in Nicaragua in 1984. It is currently being adapted into film by Claire Denis, starring Robert Pattinson. Background Denis Johnson visit...

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Froz

Roman Gorskiy (born August 25, 1985), known as Froz, is an award-winning competitive breakdancer born in Russia and raised in Italy. Born in Moscow (Russia), due to work issues of his father (tennis coach of the female national team in Russia), he moved with his family to Conversano (Italy) in 1...

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List of British champions in long jump

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1995–96 London Broncos season

The 1995–96 London Broncos season was the sixteenth in the club's history. It was their second season under the name of the London Broncos, following on from the London Crusaders and Fulham RLFC names. They competed in the 1995–96 Championship of the Rugby Football League. They also competed in ...

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2010–11 MC Alger season

In the 2010–11 season, MC Alger is competing in the Ligue 1 for the 40th season, as well as the Algerian Cup. It is their 8th consecutive season in the top flight of Algerian football. They will be competing in Ligue 1, the Champions League, and the Algerian Cup. Pre-season and friendlies C...

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Mary Maxwell Campbell

Mary Maxwell Campbell, (19 November 1812 – 15 January 1886)[1] was a Scottish songwriter, composer, and poet known chiefly for the song, "March of the Cameron Men". Life Mary Maxwell Campbell was born at Riccarton in Ayrshire with her twin, Isabella, on 19 November 1812. She was one of ten ...

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2020 Cork Lower Intermediate Hurling Championship

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H2BK5ac

H2BK5ac is an epigenetic modification to the DNA packaging protein Histone H2B. It is a mark that indicates the acetylation at the 5th lysine residue of the histone H2B protein. H2BK5ac is involved in maintaining stem cells and colon cancer. Lysine acetylation and deacetylation Lysine acet...

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2021 Cork Lower Intermediate Hurling Championship

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List of British champions in pole vault

The British pole vault champions covers four competitions; the current British Athletics Championships which was founded in 2007,[1] the preceding AAA Championships (1880-2006), the Amateur Athletic Club Championships (1866-1879) and finally the UK Athletics Championships which existed from 1977...

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NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II

NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II is a professional wrestling show and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their NXT UK brand. It will take place on January 12, 2020 at the Empress Ballroom in Blackpool, Lancashire, England and will stream live on the WWE Network.[1] It is the third event promote...

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R B Pandit

Vice Admiral R B Pandit, AVSM is a serving Flag Officer in the Indian Navy. He is the current Chief of Staff of the Western Naval Command. He assumed the position on 16 July 2019 from Vice Admiral Ajendra Bahadur Singh. [1] Career Pandit graduated from the National Defence Academy and was commi...

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Cecile Jospé

Cecile Jospé (née Weiner; August 15, 1928 – May 17, 2004) was an American photographer and watercolorist. A bachelor of arts graduate in art history and the theory and practice and drawing and painting from Harvard University's Radcliffe College, she exhibited her work in photography at the The...

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Uri Shaked

Uri Shaked (Hebrew: אורי שקד; born: 15 June 1943) is an Israeli professor of Electrical Engineering in the Engineering Faculty at Tel Aviv University, specializing in control theory of uncertain systems. In 2017 he was awarded the Israel Prize for engineering research.[1] Early life and Ed...

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1924–25 Rochdale A.F.C. season

The 1924–25 season saw Rochdale compete for their 4th season in the Football League Third Division North. Statistics No. Pos Nat Player Total Division3 (N) Apps Goals Apps Goals GK Harry Moody 41 0 41 0   Arthur Hopkins 5 0 5 0   Bill Brown 39 0 39 0   ...

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Mary Riggs Noble

Mary Riggs Noble (1872 – 1965) was an American physician, hospital administrator, public health educator, and state official. She also served as a Christian medical missionary in Ludhiana, India. She was the first recipient of the Elizabeth Blackwell Medal in 1949. Early life Noble was born i...

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Watch Me (horse)

Watch Me (foaled 18 March 2016) is a French Thoroughbred racehorse. As a two-year-old in 2018 she showed promise as she won the Listed Criterium du Languedoc on the second of her two starts. In the following year she won the Prix Imprudence and recorded her biggest win when she took the Group 1...

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Martje Saljé

Günter "Watzmann", 2015 Martje Saljé is a German Türmerin (loosely "Tower keeper"). She was appointed to the post at St Lambert's Church, Münster in January 2014, becoming the first woman since 1383 to have held the position. (Earlier relevant records do not survive.) "Türmer" and "Türmeri...

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