Manu Ahotaeiloa: Manu Ahotaeiloa born 12 January 1986 is a rugby union player for Toulouse in the Top 14 competition. He plays as a centre.
Herman Baer: He emigrated to America when a lad of seventeen, and settled in Charleston, where he obtained employment as compositor and proof-reader in the office of the Southern Christian Advocate in 1848, in which year, too, he joined the Methodist Church. Baer taught German, French, and general topics in private families, and in 1852 became a teacher in the preparatory department of Wofford College (Methodist), in Spartanburg, S. C., from which institution he himself graduated in 1858. In 1861 he took the degree of M. D. from the Charleston Medical College, and served as surgeon through the Civil War, on the close of which he engaged in business as a wholesale druggist in Charleston.
Ubekendt Ejland: Ubekendt Ejland (Kalaallisut: Igdlorssuit) is an island in Kitaa province (West Greenland). Its area is 468 km². The main settlement is Igdlorssuit.
White Water Summer: White Water Summer is surprisingly an unnoticed movie. Roger Ebert has never written a review about it, and RottenTomatoes.com has few reviews.
Malice (video game mod): Malice is a total conversion for Quake, developed jointly by Team Epochalypse (which would go on to form Ratloop) and Quantum Axcess. Malice was published by Quantum Axcess in October 1997 and sold as a stand alone item. It would also later be available bundled with Q!Zone and the original Quake in the form of the Resurrection Pack for Quake, distributed by GT Interactive. The game requires a full version of Quake to run.
Wildwood, Saskatoon: Wildwood is located within the Lakewood Suburban Development Area. It is bounded by 8th Street to the north, Boychuk Drive to the east, Taylor Street to the south, and Circle Drive to the west. Inside those boundaries, the roads are a mix of local, collector roads. McKercher Drive, a north-south arterial road, roughly bisects the neighbourhood; Acadia Drive is another north-south arterial road in the west half of Wildwood.
Wood Gundy Inc.: Wood Gundy Inc. was a Canadian stock brokerage established in Toronto, Ontario in 1905 by George Herbert Wood and James Henry Gundy. The firm first specialized in the distribution and underwriting of government and municipal bonds. The firm first incorporated as a private company in 1925.
Weber River: The Weber River (pronounced /ˈwiːbər/) is a c. 125 miles (201 km) long river of northern Utah, USA. It begins in the northwest of the Uinta Mountains and empties into the Great Salt Lake.
Gandrup: Gandrup is the administrative centre of Hals Municipality in Denmark.
The Secret Goldfish: The album includes covers of The Fire Engines, Shangri-Las, Orange Juice, The Velvet Underground and Nirvana songs.
Matt Sparrow: After taking out a few months at her Majesty's pleasure[1], Matt became a regular in the Scunthorpe first team.
Leap second: For example, suppose an atomic clock is used to count seconds from the Unix epoch of 00:00:00 on January 1, 1970. UTC and mean solar time (UT1) were almost identical at that time. After Earth makes one full rotation with respect to the mean Sun, the counter will register 86400.002 seconds (once again, the precise value will vary). Based on the counter, and assuming that a day is 24×60×60=86400 seconds long, the date will be calculated as 00:00:00.002 January 2, 1970. After 500 rotations, it will be 00:00:00 May 16, 1971 in solar time (UT1), but the counter will register 43,200,001 atomic seconds. Since 86400 × 500 is 43,200,000 seconds, the date will be calculated as 00:00:01 on May 16, 1971, as measured by atomic time. If a leap second had been added on December 31, 1970, then the date would be computed as 00:00:00 on May 16, 1971. The system involving leap seconds was set up to allow TAI and UT1 to have an offset of 0 seconds on January 1, 1958.
Sydney Bus route 308: Route 308 originated as a direct replacement for the former Alexandria tram route between the city and St Peters railway station via Alexandria which closed in 1959. The route was extended to Marrickville Metro Shopping Centre upon the centres opening in 1987. Peak hour services are well patronised, especially due to high density housing developments in Alexandria, however off peak services were reduced in frequency in 2006 due to a bus driver shortage and low off-peak patronage. Most services operated to and from Millers Point until July 2006 when all runs were cut back to Gresham Street.
James Stout: James Stout (May 6, 1910 - August, 1986) was an American thoroughbred horse racing jockey.
Shanachie Records: The Grammy-award winning Soweto Gospel Choir releases albums on Shanachie Records.
David Jackson: There have been a number of people named David Jackson:
French state: The French state either designs the Republic of France (i.e. the state of France), or may, in specific context, design Vichy France, as it was the official name of the regime first directed by Philippe Pétain (l'Etat français, explicitly opposed to the French Republic).
Gmina Kobylnica: Gmina Kobylnica is bordered by the city of Słupsk and by the gminas of Dębnica Kaszubska, Kępice, Postomino, Sławno, Słupsk and Trzebielino.
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Jean-Marie Beaupuy: Jean-Marie Beaupuy (born 28 November 1943) is a French politician and Member of the European Parliament for the east of France. He is a member of the Union for French Democracy, which is part of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe, and sits on the European Parliament's Committee on Regional Development.
Tingi Hills Forest Reserve: The Tingi Hills Forest Reserve is located in a mountain range in the east of Sierra Leone and occupies an area of 118.85 km².[1] It became a forest reserve in 1947 and a non-hunting forest reserve in 1973. The area reaches from an altitude of 400 to 1850 metres at the north peak of the dual peaked Sankan Biriwa massif. In the lower regions the area consists of forest interspersed with savannah then moves into shrub savannah and then mountain grassland at higher altitudes. Over 200 Species of birds have been recorded in the area and the reserve is also home to western baboons and forest elephants.[2] [3]
The Fool (design collective): That said, the car's paintwork so outraged one elderly woman in central London that she attacked it with her umbrella, shouting: 'You swine, you swine! How dare you do this to a Rolls-Royce!'; Lennon answered by obtaining another Rolls, and painting it flat-black).
Biopunk: This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
22865 Amymoffett: 22865 Amymoffett (1999 RQ173) is a Main-belt Asteroid discovered on September 9, 1999 by the Lincoln Laboratory Near-Earth Asteroid Research Team at Socorro.
Diana Ross' Greatest Hits: "Diana Ross' Greatest Hits" is an album by Diana Ross released in 1976.
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Polish Democratic Society: Polish Democratic Society (Polish: Towarzystwo Demokratyczne Polskie) was one of the most important organizations of Polish Great Emigration in 19th century France. Formed in 1832 from a faction of the Polish National Committee and led by Tadeusz Krępowiecki and Aleksander Pułaski, it argued for the need of drastic reforms in reconstituted Poland. Its notable activists included Stanisław Worcell and Ludwik Mierosławski. It supported the ideas of Polish uprising and was eventually disbanded in 1862.
Theory of relative suffering: An example that Draper commonly alluded to in building his theory is the case of a child born into a third-world country that is plagued by famine, by contrast to a rich teenager in the Americas whose parents’ money assures that he will never have to work hard to have anything that he wants.
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