Gordon Connell (actor): Gordon Connell (born March 19, 1923) is an American actor.
Eugene Sings!: BONUS TRACK (Merged into track 17): Them Birds, Them Bees (4:24)
Georgetown-IBM experiment: The Georgetown-IBM experiment was an influential demonstration of machine translation, which took place on January 7, 1954. Developed jointly by the Georgetown University and IBM, the experiment involved fully automatic translation of more than sixty Russian sentences into English.
Chris Flood: Chris Flood (Irish: Criostóir Ó Maolthuile; born 1947) is a former Irish Fianna Fáil politician. He was a TD for the constituency of Dublin South West. Flood was first elected to Dáil Éireann in the 1987 General Election and retained his seat until retiring at the 2002 General Election.
Chichagof Island: The communities of Hoonah, Pelican, Tenakee Springs, and Elfin Cove are all located on the northern half of Chichagof Island, in the Skagway-Hoonah-Angoon Census Area. The southern half of the island comprises the northern part of the City and Borough of Sitka. Only eight persons were counted in this portion of Sitka at the 2000 census. The primary economic sources for all these communities come from either Chichagof Island or the waters and fjords surrounding it. Guided hunting trips, fishing, and logging are all vital economic facets of the local economies.
The Rolling Stones No. 2: Using the cover shot for 12 X 5, the second US-released album in October 1964, The Rolling Stones No. 2's tracklisting would largely be emulated on the upcoming US release of The Rolling Stones, Now!. While Eric Easton was co-credited as producer alongside Andrew Loog Oldham on The Rolling Stones' debut album, Oldham takes full production duties for The Rolling Stones No, 2, which was recorded sporadically in the UK and US during 1964.
Solel: Solel has signed a power purchase agreement with Pacific Gas & Electric to supply a 553 MW solar thermal plant in California. Solel is also constructing 150 MW of plants in Spain.[1]
George Harris (Carlton President): Harris suffered a stroke in 1991 which left him mute, and his health deteriorated over a period of several years.
User:Domthedude001/ee: Note from nominator This is not related to the holiday that is today (Easter) in any way. These pages relate to easter as in easter eggs (virtual)--hidden gems in movies or video games. This is not an easter egg hunt like with bunnies and candy, it's a "find the hidden things within my subpages" game. Metros232 03:16, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
Gustav Glück: Glück became an Assistant at the Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum in 1900, Curator and de facto Director in 1911, and Director in name in 1916. He resigned the directorship of the Vienna Gallery in 1931, moved from Vienna to London in 1938, and moved to Santa Monica in 1942.[1] As a Festschrift, his students published a two-volume annotated collection of his periodical articles in 1933.[2]
Anthony Ocaña: He has opened concerts for such musicians as Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Egberto Gismonti among many others. He has been awarded composition prizes such as the "Francisco Tarrega" in Spain and "Casa de Teatro" in the Dominican Republic. His music has been presented in the United States on national television, and he often plays in New York City. He has performed in theaters in the Dominican Republic and in Madrid.
Fish pie: Fish pie is a traditional British dish. This pie is usually made with white fish, for example cod, haddock or halibut. It is oven baked in a pie dish but not usually made with the shortcrust or puff pastry casings that is associated with most savoury pies (e.g. steak and kidney pie).
Grange Hill tube station: As a consequence of the 1921 Railways Act, the GER was merged with other railway companies in 1923 to become part of the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER). As part of the 1935 - 1940 "New Works Programme" of the London Passenger Transport Board the majority of the Woodford to Ilford loop was to be transferred to form the eastern extensions of the Central line. Although work commenced in 1938 it was suspended upon the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939 and work only recommenced in 1946. In connection with the alterations required for the electrification of the line, the station was closed from 29 November 1947. It reopened and was first served by the Central Line from 21 November 1948. The station ticket office was reconstructed as part of this work following destruction of the original building by a German V1 'Doodlebug' in July 1944. The 1903 building was very similar to the next station to the north, Chigwell, which is still largely untouched to this day, and the original building further south at Newbury Park, demolished in 1956 to make way for a road improvement.
Joaquin Ma. Gutierrez: The result of the debate was delete. – Sasquatch讲看 06:37, August 13, 2005 (UTC)
Hiram Bullock: Hiram Bullock (born 11 September 1955) is a Japanese-born jazz funk and jazz fusion guitarist born in Osaka, Japan, most notable for his time on The David Letterman Show and work with David Sanborn, Carla Bley, Miles Davis, Ruben Rada (on his famous album "Montevideo") and Gil Evans. In 1986 Bullock released his first album as a leader for Atlantic Records called From All Sides, followed by the album Give It What You Got in 1987.
December (comics): The pair arrived at Halo City, the home of X-Nation and joined the group. It was some time later that Avian decided to mount a mission to recapture Willow in a bid to be the first to find the fabled Mutant Messiah. He attacked the children and captured Willow again. Wanting to rescue their friend, X-Nation decided to infiltrate the Million Palms facility and save her. However, their fledgling efforts ended in their capture. They were able to escape, but upon their return home they found that Halo City was devastated.
Amphoe Ko Chan: The minor district was created on July 1 1997 by splitting the eastern part off from Phanat Nikhom district[1].
Area code 402: Area code 402 is the original telephone numbering plan code for Nebraska in the North American Numbering Plan. In 1954, this area code was split: eastern Nebraska retained 402, and western Nebraska was placed in area code 308. The roughly U-shaped 308/402 line generally runs (from south to north): northeast along the Platte River and then northwest along the eastern edge of the Sandhills.
Norfolk County, Ontario: The area surrounding the town is primarily agricultural land, with tomatoes, tobacco and corn among the chief crops. Other natural health and organic crops are being explored, such as ginseng, but area farmers are generally suffering from the decline of the tobacco industry. In 1979, a freak tornado swept through Waterford, devastating trees, homes, and public property. The tornado also caused blackouts which lasted for hours throughout most of Norfolk County.
Gingoog City: Gingoog City is a 1st class city in the province of Misamis Oriental, Philippines. It is approximately 122 kilometers east of Cagayan de Oro City and 74 kilometers west of Butuan City. It is bounded on the east by the Municipality of Magsaysay, Misamis Oriental, the province of Bukidnon; the Municipality of Claveria, Misamis Oriental on the south; and on the north by Gingoog Bay. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 102,379 people in 20,081 households. It has a land area of 744 km².
Rosiana Tendean: She competed in badminton at the 1992 Summer Olympics in women's doubles with Erma Sulistianingsih, and they lost in the first round to Gillian Clark (badminton) and Julie Bradbury, 15-10, 4-15, 17-15. Together, they won two World Grand Prix finals in a row, in 1989 and 1990, and two Indonesia Opens in 1989 and 1992. Tendean had won also this title before with Ivana Lie in 1987, and won it also in mixed doubles with Rudy Gunawan in 1990 and 1993. Rosiana and Rudy Gunawan won three Badminton World Cups in a row between 1990 and 1992.
HLA-C: HLA-C belongs to the MHC (human = HLA) class I heavy chain receptors. The C receptor is a heterodimer consisting of a HLA-C mature gene product and β2-microglobulin. The mature C chain is anchored in the membrane. MHC Class I molecules, like HLA-C, are expressed in nearly all cells, and present small peptides to the immune system which surveys for non-self peptides.
Victory Shield 2007-08: The Victory Shield 2007 was the 62nd edition of the Victory Shield, an annual football tournament competed for by the Under 16 level teams of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. It was held from 5 October to 29 November 2007 and was won by England.
Papal conclave, 1758: All the absentees were creatures of Benedict XIV, except d’Alsace, who was created by Clement XI, and Lamberg, who was appointed by Clement XII.
Russellville Municipal Airport: Russellville Municipal Airport covers an area of 177 acres (0.277 sq mi/0.716 km²), and contains one runway designated 1/19 that is 5,500 x 75 feet (1,676 x 23 meters) with asphalt pavement. For the 12-month period ending June 15, 2006, the airport had 20,125 general aviation aircraft operations.[1]
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Seán MacSwiney: Seán MacSwiney (Irish: Seán Mac Suibhne) was an Irish Sinn Féin politician. He was born in Cork city. He was the brother of Terence MacSwiney and Mary MacSwiney.
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