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Ralph O. Dunbar

Ralph Oregon Dunbar was a Justice of the Washington Supreme Court from 1889 to 1912. Born in Schuyler County, Illinois, Dunbars family crossed the plains in an ox-team during his infancy and settled near Salem, Oregon. Dunbar attended Willamette ...

Andrea Barozzi

Andrea Barozzi was a Venetian nobleman. He was hereditary lord of Santorini in the Cyclades, and served as official and military commander for the Venetian Republic. Andrea was the firstborn son of Iacopo Barozzi, lord of Santorini and Therasia. ...

List of awards and nominations received by Ennio Morricone

Ennio Morricone, OMRI was an Italian composer, orchestrator, conductor, and trumpet player who wrote music in a wide range of styles. He composed over 400 scores for cinema and television, as well as over 100 classical works. His best-known compo ...

Suzanne Jung

Suzanne Jung is a former primetime news anchor, journalist and editor at Channel NewsAsia. In 2018 she was appointed "honorary ambassador" by the South Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. Jung is a consultant for themediaconsultants.

WMTT

WMTT may refer to: WTHK, a radio station 100.7 FM in Wilmington, Vermont, which held the call sign WMTT from 1999 to 2000 WQBF, a radio station 94.7 FM in Tioga, Pennsylvania, which held the call sign WMTT from 2003 to 2020 WMTT AM, a radio stati ...

Cumbia (Colombia)

Cumbia is a folkloric genre and dance from Colombia. Since 1940s, commercial or modern colombian cumbia expanded to the rest of Latin America, after which it became popular throughout the continent following different commercial adaptations, such ...

Irisosaurus

Irisosaurus, is an extinct genus of sauropodiform sauropodomorph dinosaur, from the Fengjiahe Formation of China. The type species, Irisosaurus yimenensis was formally described in 2020. It was the sister taxon to Mussaurus.

Aleksandr Baltiysky

Alexander Alekseevich Baltiysky was born on June 18, 1870 in the city of the Baltic port of the Estland province. He graduated from Riga Real College. In June 1891 he was drafted into the ranks of the Russian Imperial Army and sent to the militar ...

History of Finland (1917-present)

Finnish nationalism started growing in the 19th century alongside European nationalist movements. Runebergs The Tales of Ensign Stål and Lonnrots Kalevala formed a basis for the nations cultural identity. World War I and internal problems caused ...

Ronnberg

Ronnberg is a Swedish surname that may refer to: Nico Ronnberg born 1992, a Finnish handball player Mikael Ronnberg born 1957, a Swedish footballer Lennart Ronnberg born 1938, a Swedish Army major general Hanna Ronnberg 1862–1946, a Finnish artis ...

Japanese destroyer Hatsuzakura

Hatsuzakura was one of 23 Tachibana -class escort destroyers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the final stages of World War II.

Japanese destroyer Shii

The Tachibana sub-class was a simplified version of the preceding Matsu class to make them even more suited for mass production. The ships measured 100 meters 328 ft 1 in overall, with a beam of 9.35 meters 30 ft 8 in and a draft of 3.37 meters 1 ...

Japanese destroyer Hatsuume

Hatsuume was one of 23 Tachibana -class escort destroyers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the final stages of World War II.

Japanese destroyer Kaba (1945)

The Tachibana sub-class was a simplified version of the preceding Matsu class to make them even more suited for mass production. The ships measured 100 meters 328 ft 1 in overall, with a beam of 9.35 meters 30 ft 8 in and a draft of 3.37 meters 1 ...

Japanese destroyer Sumire (1944)

The Tachibana sub-class was a simplified version of the preceding Matsu class to make them even more suited for mass production. The ships measured 100 meters 328 ft 1 in overall, with a beam of 9.35 meters 30 ft 8 in and a draft of 3.37 meters 1 ...

French xebec Singe (1762)

Singe was a Renard -class xebec of the French Navy, launched in 1762. She served in the Mediterranean against the Barbary pirates, and is notable for a number of important officers who served aboard, notably Flotte, Raimondis and Suffren.

French ship Nymphe

Vistule 1805, a 44-gun Hortense class frigate. Gracieuse 1703, a 26-gun frigate, bore the name Nymphe during her career. Nymphe 1782, a 40-gun frigate, lead ship of her class Nymphe 1752, a 24-gun frigate Nymphe 1702, a 24-gun frigate. Nymphe 181 ...

Modest Matveyevich Okulov

Modest Okulov was born in 1765 in a noble family; the son of the Provincial Master Matvey Gerasimovich Okulov 1734-1819 and Anna Alekseevna, nee Princess Kropotkina 1747-1816, brother of Alexei Okulov. On April 2, 1784, Okulov was assigned to mil ...

Escuadrilla de Bandas

The Escuadrilla de Bandas also known as the Chilean Air Force Band is a musical unit of the Chilean Air Force that brings together the military musicians of the Institution and that together with the Halcones, the Blue Berets and the Glider Squad ...

Nimaan Sidhu

Amandeep Singh, better known as Nimaan Sidhu, is an Indian singer, lyricist and composer associated with Punjabi music and soon Nimaan Sidhu going to associate himself to Punjabi cinema. He started his career with lyrics field of the Music "Fed u ...

Atta Sommu Alludi Daanam

Atta Sommu Alludi Daanam is a 1992 Telugu Comedy-drama film produced by K. Nagendar and directed by Y. Nageswara Rao. The film features Vinod Kumar, Roja Selvamani and Vanisri in lead roles. The films musical score is by Raj-Koti and was released ...

Silli Polytechnic

Silli polytechnic is a diploma level educational institute, which was established in 2013 under Public-Private Partnership mode. As the name implies, this institute is located in a Vidhan Sabha constitutency called Silli, a territory in the Jhark ...

Rajesh Rathod

Rajesh Rathod is an Indian politician belonging to the Indian National Congress. He is member of Maharashtra Legislative Council and also served as member of Zilla Parishad. He got elected to the Legislative Council by MLAs unopposed on 24 May 20 ...

Rinshad Reera

Muhammed Rinshad, known by the name Rinshad Reera, was a student activist in Government College, Malappuram and alleged founder leader of the Radical Students Forum.

Ashoka Wadigamangawa

A. H. M. Ashoka Premlal Wadigamangawa also spelt as Asoka Wadigamangawa was a Sri Lankan politician and parliamentarian. He represented the United National Party, Sri Lanka Freedom Party and United Peoples Freedom Alliance during his political ca ...

Vajrayudham

Vajrayudham is a 1985 Indian Telugu action film directed by Kovelamudi Raghavendra Rao, produced and distributed by K. Linga Murthy under Lakshmi Films Division, written by Paruchuri Brothers starring Ghattamaneni Krishna and Sridevi Kapoor in th ...

Shakthi (film)

Shakthi is a 1983 Indian Telugu action drama film directed by K. Raghavendra Rao for Gopi Movies starring Krishna, Radha, Jayasudha and Rao Gopala Rao in the lead roles. Chakravarthy scored and composed the films soundtrack. The film set on a vil ...

Bobbili Estate

Bobbili Estate is one of the most Important Zamindaries in the Madras Presidency, then in the Vizagapatam District, presently in the Vizianagaram district, Andhra Pradesh, India. It comprises 153 Jeroyati villages, 53 Agraharams, 5 Mokhasas by 19 ...

List of Zamindari Estates in Godavari district

Godavari District is one of the of Madras Presidency. It has a glorious past. Which once saw the glory of many zamindari estates and also huge estates like Peddapuram, Pithapuram, Kota Ramchandrapuram, Polvaram etc each comprising 372, 128.66.128 ...

Vasant Kumar Pandit

Vasant Kumar Pandit was an Indian politician belonging to Bharatiya Jana Sangh, from Mumbai. Later he was part of Janata Party and Bharatiya Janata Party as the original Jana Sangh went through that phase. He was a Sanskrit scholar and astrologer ...

Pithapuram Estate

Pithapuram Zamindari was one of the largest and wealthiest Zamindari in the East Godavari district, Madras Presidency. In 1802, Pithapuram was overshadowed by the renowned Peddapuram estate. But, in 1843, all other villages of Peddapuram were los ...

Gandhinagar (Rajasthan Assembly constituency)

Gandhinagar, Jaipur Vidhan Sabha seat was a constituency of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly in 1972. The seat was abolished in the delimitation exercise around 1976. Future Chief Minister Bhairon Singh Shekhawat contested every Rajasthan Vidha ...

TSK (actor)

TSK made his television debut with Asatha Povathu Yaaru? before becoming a video jockey. He played a notable role in Purampokku Engira Podhuvudamai as Vijay Sethuapathis elder brother before playing a comedic role in Petromax 2019. In Petromax, h ...

Tondar (missile)

Tondar Missile is amongst the Iranian anti-tank missile whose usage is dedicated to the tanks of T-72. This Iranian missile which has been manufactured by Ministry of Defence and Armed Forces Logistics, is launched from a 125 mm cannon barrel. To ...

Dehlavieh (missile)

Dehlavieh Missile is a tactical anti-tank Iranian missile, made in Ministry of Defence and Armed Forces Logistics, whose range is 5-6 km. Its guidance is semi-automatic and possesses high accurate; Its armor penetration is more than 1.000 millime ...

Central Police Canteen

The Central Police Canteen, officially known as the Kendriya Police Kalyan Bhandar, is a retail chain in India serving the active and retired personnel of the Central Armed Police Forces, the Central Police Organisations, and different state poli ...

Francis Long (RAF officer)

Long was commissioned into the Royal Flying Corps on 23 February 1918 during the First World War. After transferring to the RAF on its creation in April 1918, he served in the Second World War as Senior Air Staff Officer, Combined Operations Head ...

Mitha Khan Zardari

Mitha Khan was born at village Rano Khan Zardari. Encyclopædia Sindhiana by Sindhi Language Authority maintains his birth place Taluka Sinjhoro, Sanghar District of Sindh. He got early education at Madera high school in Naushahro Feroze city of S ...

Kiev Victory Parade (1920)

The 1920 Kiev Victory Parade was a joint Polish-Ukrainian parade military parade on 9 May 1920 in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev. It was held on Khreschatyk Street on the occasion of the liberation of the city from the Bolshevik Red Army in the Ki ...

Russian ship Yaroslav Mudry

Yaroslav Mudry is a Neustrashimyy -class frigate of the Baltic Fleet of the Russian Navy. The ship is the second of the class, known in Russia as Project 11540 Yastreb. The ship is designed to search for, detect and track enemy submarines, to pro ...

Riga Higher Military Political School

The Riga Higher Military Political School named after Marshal of the Soviet Union Sergey Biryuzov was a military academy in the Soviet Union located in the captial of the Latvian SSR, the city of Riga. In the years it existed, it trained military ...

Vyacheslav Tsvetayev

At the outbreak of the Great Patriotic War, Tsvetaev became a member of the staff of the 7th Army of the Northern Front in Karelia. In the first half of 1942 he was deputy commander of the 4th Army of the Volkhov Front. From July 1942 he was comm ...

Special Air Borne Force SLAF

The Special Airborne Force is an elite Airborne force unit of the Sri Lanka Air Force and forms part of the SLAF Regiment. It provides air assault capabilities and VVIP protection. Formed out of the Administrative Regiment Branch in 1989 by Air V ...

Colonel (Sri Lanka)

Colonel is a senior officer rank in the Sri Lanka Army that is a superior rank to lieutenant colonel and subordinate to major-general. The rank has a NATO rank code of OF-6, equivalent to captain in the Sri Lanka Navy and group captain in the Sri ...

Volunteer Force Training School

The Volunteer Force Training School Diyatalawa is the primary training facility for the Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force. Traditionally, training of the Ceylon Defence Force took place at Diyatalawa Garrison with the annual training camp becoming a ...

Rasika Fernando

Major General Rasika Fernando, RSP, ndc is a Sri Lankan military leader. He is the current Deputy Chief of Staff of Sri Lankan Army, having served as the, Commander, Security Forces Headquarters – East. He is the Colonel Commandant of the Sri Lan ...

Ernst-Lothar von Knorr

Born in Eitorf, Knorr grew up in Bonn. His parents were the pharmacist Dr. chem. Karl Ferdinand von Knorr and Eugenie Sophie Merten. From 1902 he had his first violin lessons. In 1907 he was admitted to the Cologne Conservatory. After graduating ...

Fred C. Sheffey

Sheffey was born and grew up in McKeesport, Pennsylvania. He attended Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, where he participated in Army Reserve Officers Training Corps and was a four year starter and all-conference selection at guard o ...

411th

411th may refer to: 411th Bombardment Group, inactive United States Air Force unit 411th Civil Affairs Battalion United States Tactical, civil affairs CA unit of the United States Army 411th Support Brigade United States, support brigade of the U ...

370th

370th may refer to: 370th Fighter Group or 140th Operations Group, unit of the Colorado Air National Guard, stationed at Buckley Air Force Base, Aurora, Colorado 370th Air Expeditionary Wing, provisional United States Air Force unit assigned to U ...

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