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Robert Innes

Robert Innes may refer to: Robert T. A. Innes 1861–1933, Scottish-South African astronomer Robert Innes bishop born 1959, Anglican bishop and Bishop of the Diocese in Europe Bob Innes New Zealand footballer, former association football player who ...

George Clark

Sir George Clark, 3rd Baronet 1914–1991, unionist politician and Orangeman George Daniel Clark 1848–1933, Australian politician George Clark Queensland politician 1834–1907, Member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland for Warwick George Clar ...

William Hussey

William Hussey died 1570 1524–1570, MP for Scarborough William Hussey died?1531 died 1531, MP for Stamford William Hussey died 1813 1725–1813, MP for Hindon, Salisbury and St Germans William Hussey died 1556, MP for Grantham William Hussey Englis ...

Polonus

Polonus means "Pole" or Polish in Latin. In Polish it refers to a Pole living outside of Poland, a member of Polonia, the Polish diaspora. Regarding persons, Polonus was attributed to

Nonius

Members of gens Nonia Lucius Nonius Asprenas, Roman consul in AD 6. Lucius Nonius Calpurnius Torquatus Asprenas, Roman consul in 94 and 128. Marcus Nonius Macrinus, Roman general, consul in 154. Sextus Nonius Quinctilianus, Roman consul in AD 8. ...

Adoration of the Magi (Sequeira)

The Adoration of the Magi is a painting by Portuguese artist Domingos Sequeira, dated to 1828. It shows the common subject in the Nativity art of the visit by the Three Kings to the infant Jesus, here given a grand theatrical treatment by includi ...

Zemah

Tzemach Cunin 1976–2019, American rabbi, and the founder of the Chabad of Century City in Los Angeles, California Eddy Zemach, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Tzemach Tzedek 1789–1866, Mena ...

Robert Cameron

Robert, Bob Cameron or Rob Cameron may refer to: Robert Cameron Queens Park footballer fl. 1909–1911, Scottish footballer Bobby Cameron goalkeeper, Scottish footballer for Queens Park Robert Cameron New South Wales politician 1890–1970, New South ...

Denning

Denning lunar crater, a crater located on the far side of the moon Denning, Arkansas, an American town in Franklin County, Arkansas Denning Martian crater, a crater on Mars Denning, New York, an American town in Ulster County, New York

Alexander Forbes

Alexander Forbes, 10th Lord Forbes died 1672, Scottish baron, the 10th Lord Forbes Alexander Forbes, 4th Lord Forbes of Pitsligo 1678–1762, Scottish philosopher and Jacobite Alexander Forbes, 1st Lord Forbes died 1448, Scottish baron Alexander Fo ...

Leonard Johnson

Leonard Johnson or Len Johnson may refer to: Len Johnson boxer 1902–1974, professional boxer of the 1920s and 1930s Leonard Johnson American football born 1990, American football player Len Johnson American football born 1946, American football p ...

Graham Bell

Graham Bell may refer to: Graham Bell advocate, Scottish lawyer Graham E. Bell, American amateur astronomer Graham Bell artist 1910–1943, South African painter and journalist Graham Bell biologist born 1949, English evolutionary biologist Alexand ...

Jos de Villiers

Josias Eduard de Villiers was a South African surveyor, politician, and amateur astronomer. He surveyed the first neighborhood in Johannesburg, Randjeslaagte. He predicted that Johannesburg would become a city rather than disappearing like other ...

Haute

Haute may refer to: Haute Route French for "High Route" or "Mountaineers Route", the name given to a cross-country route running between Chamonix, France and Zermatt, Switzerland Haute Cour of Jerusalem High Court 12th century, feudal council of ...

David Hughes

David Hughes bass player born 1971, Swedish musician David Hughes musician born 1960, English keyboardist David Hughes tenor 1925–1972, English singer Dave Hughes musician born 1981, American musician

Martin White

Martin White may refer to: Martin White British Army officer born 1944 Martin White hurler 1909–2011, Irish hurler Martin White astronomer, 2011 Guggenheim Fellowship recipient Martin White comedian fl. 2000s–2010s, English musician, comedian and ...

Bickel

Bickel may refer to: Warren Bickel, American pharmacologist Alexander Bickel 1924–1974, American law professor Moidele Bickel 1937–2016, German costume designer Horst Bickel 1918–2000, German doctor Peter J. Bickel born 1940, American statisticia ...

Polla

Polla, a place in Scotland, see List of listed buildings in Durness, Highland Polla, a municipality of Zwettl, Lower Austria Polla, Italy, a town in Salerno, Campania, Italy

Robert Herman (disambiguation)

Robert Herman was an American astronomer. Robert Herman or Hermann may also refer to: Robert Joseph Hermann born 1934, Catholic bishop Robert Hermann mathematician 1931–2020, American mathematician and mathematical physicist Robert Ringen Hermann ...

Johann Zimmermann

Johann Georg Zimmermann 1728–1795, Swiss philosophical writer, naturalist and physician Johann Jacob Zimmermann 1642–1693, German nonconformist theologian, mathematician and astronomer Johann Heinrich Zimmermann 1741–1805, German oceanic explorer ...

Borsch (surname)

Borsch or Borsch is a German and North American last name which is either derived from the first name of Latin origin Liborius or from a diminutive of the Slavic personal name Borislav. Notable people with the surname include: Anton Borsch 1854–1 ...

Tancredi (disambiguation)

Tancredi Pasero 1893–1983, an Italian bass singer Tancredi Palamara born 1968, Italian rock guitarist, known professionally as Tank Palamara Melissa Tancredi born 1981, Canadian soccer forward Roberto Tancredi born 1944, retired Italian professio ...

Luu (disambiguation)

Luu may refer to: Luu, a Vietnamese surname Luu Bu, an alternate spelling of Lu Bu, 156–198 a military general and minor warlord during the late Eastern Han Dynasty and Three Kingdoms period in ancient China Jane Luu, a Vietnamese American astron ...

Harvard (disambiguation)

John Harvard politician 1938–2016, former Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba Allison Harvard born 1988, model and television personality John Harvard clergyman 1607–1638, clergyman after whom Harvard University is named

HMC

Harvard Model Congress, congressional simulation conference Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California, US Headmasters and Headmistresses Conference, UK organisation of independent schools

Common

Lexington Common, a common land area in Lexington, Massachusetts Boston Common, a central public park in Boston, Massachusetts Clapham Common, originally common land, now a park in London, UK Salem Common Historic District, a common land area in ...

List of awards and nominations received by Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen is an American singer, songwriter, and musician who is both a solo artist and the leader of the E Street Band. During a career that has spanned five decades, Springsteen has become known for his poetic and socia ...

Charles Gardner

Charles Gardner may refer to: Charles Bruce-Gardner 1887–1960, English industrialist Alfred Charles Gardner 1880–1952, Scottish engineer Charles Gardner cricketer 1908–2001, Australian cricketer Charles Gardner botanist 1896–1970, Australian bota ...

Hendrik W. Bode Lecture Prize

The Hendrik W. Bode Lecture Prize is an award given by the IEEE Control Systems Society to recognize distinguished contributions to control systems science or engineering. It was established in 1989, named after Hendrik W. Bode, a pioneer of mode ...

Habitable exoplanet

A potentially habitable exoplanet is a hypothetical type of planet that could be habitable for humans. As of March 2020, a total of 55 potentially habitable exoplanets have been found. Of those, one is believed to be Sub-terran, 20 Terran and 34 ...

HATS-11b

HATS-11b, also known as EPIC 216414930b, is a confirmed exoplanet, or exosolar planet, discovered in 2016 and has been described as similar to Jupiter. It orbits the star HATS-11.

TOI 700 d

TOI 700 d is an exoplanet, likely rocky, orbiting TOI 700, a red dwarf star 101.4 light-years away in the Dorado constellation. The exoplanet is the first Earth-sized exoplanet in the habitable zone discovered by the Transiting Exoplanet Survey S ...

DH Tauri b

DH Tauri b was discovered with the Subaru Telescope at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, using the direct imaging method, and its discovery was announced in 2005. It was discovered by Yoichi Itoh, Masahiko Hayashi, Motohide Tamura, ...

V1298 Tauri

V1298 Tauri is a young weakly-lined T Tauri star that is part of the Taurus-Auriga association in the Taurus Molecular Cloud. Alternatively it is part of a proposed moving group, called Group 29 that is slightly older. The system has four transit ...

TOI 1338

TOI 1338 is a binary star system located in the constellation Pictor, about 1.300 light-years from Earth. It was discovered by TESS and is orbited by a circumbinary planet known as TOI 1338 b. The two stars with masses of about 1.2 and 0.325 M ☉ ...

HD 146389

HD 146389, is the yellow-white main sequence star in the constellation of Hercules. The star was given the formal name Irena by the International Astronomical Union in January 2020. The star is known to host one exoplanet, designated WASP-38b or ...

Moons of Jupiter (disambiguation)

The Moons of Jupiter may refer to: Galilean moons, the four largest moons and first discovered of Jupiter, by Galileo Rings of Jupiter Moons of Jupiter, the natural satellites of the planet Jupiter The Moons of Jupiter 1982 book, by Alice Munro, ...

William M. Sinton

William M. Sinton was a Harvard astronomer whose 1950s studies seemed to support the existence of Martian vegetation. A crater on Mars is named after him.

Makoto Yoshikawa

Makoto Yoshikawa is a Japanese scientist, most notable for being project manager and later mission manager of Hayabusa2, an asteroid sample-return mission operated by the Japanese space agency, JAXA, and in 2018 was recognized in Natures 10, a li ...

Charles Evans

Carlo Burton, aka Charles Evans, film actor, producer and director Charles Evans businessman 1926–2007, fashion executive and producer of the film Tootsie Charles Evans, Jr. born 1963, his son, film producer

Mary Green

Mary Green may refer to: Mary Ann Ashford, who married Edward Green in 1830 Mary Green journalist, British radio and television presenter Marygreen, a fictional village in Thomas Hardys novel Jude the Obscure, inspired by Fawley, Berkshire Mary A ...

John Cochrane

John Cochrane may refer to: Sir John Cochrane of Ochiltree died 1695, Scottish soldier implicated in Monmouths conspiracy and the Rye House plot John C. Cochrane 1835–1887, American architect John George Cochrane 1781–1852, Scottish bibliographer ...

David Whitaker

David Whitaker or Whittaker may refer to: David Whittaker video game composer born 1957, British composer of video game music David J. Whittaker born 1945, American Mormon historian and bibliographer David Whittaker cricketer 1857–1901, English c ...

John Kirk

John Kirk Medal of Honor, American Indian Wars soldier on List of Medal of Honor recipients for the Indian Wars John Kirk soldier 1827–1865, awarded the Victoria Cross

Henry Cohen

Henry Cohen may refer to: Henry Cohen rabbi 1863–1952, Jewish Texan rabbi in Galveston, Texas, 1888–1952 Henry Cohen, 1st Baron Cohen of Birkenhead 1900–1977, British physician, doctor and lecturer Henry Cohen civil servant 1922–1999, director of ...

John Laing

John Laing director fl. 1982–2006, New Zealand film and television director Sir John Laing businessman 1879–1978, British entrepreneur in the construction industry John Laing bishop died 1483, bishop of Glasgow John Laing bibliographer 1809–1880, ...

James Davidson

James O. Davidson 1854–1922, governor of the U.S. state of Wisconsin, 1906–1911 James Ironside Davidson 1818–1902, Scottish-born farmer and political figure in Ontario, Canada James Davidson Kentucky died 1860, Kentucky pioneer and politician Jam ...

William Mason

William Mason may refer to: William Mason cricketer 1811–1865, English cricketer William Shaw Mason 1774–1853, statistician and bibliographer William Mason Colt 1837–1913, American engineer and inventor working for Remington, Colt, and Winchester ...

William Herbert

William Herbert, 18th Earl of Pembroke born 1978 William Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke 1451–1491 William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke died 1570 c. 1501–1570, Tudor period noble and courtier William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke died 1469 c. 1423 ...

William Fletcher

William Fletcher may refer to: Will Fletcher born 1989, British rower William A. Fletcher born 1945, United States federal appeals court judge William Whigham Fletcher 1918–2001, Scottish biologist William Fletcher priest died 1926, Welsh Anglica ...