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Borgo Nuovo (Rome)

Borgo Nuovo, originally known as via Alessandrina, also named via Recta or via Pontificum, was a road in the city of Rome, Italy, important for historical and architectural reasons. Built by Pope Alexander VI Borgia for the holy year of 1500, the ...

Georges Bohas

Georges Bohas is a French professor emeritus at Ecole normale superieure de Lyon, a member of the Institut Universitaire de France, and a specialist in the editing and translation of Arabic texts. He is a member of the laboratory ICAR. G. Bohas h ...

Tom Cavalcante

Cavalcante began his career in 1976, performing in bars in his home state of Ceara doing humor skits and impressions of various artists. In 1982, Tom went to Rio de Janeiro and asked for a job on television, but he was turned down. In 1984, he tr ...

Zeynep Gunay Tan

Zeynep Gunay Tan is a Turkish director. She noticed her interest in cinema and television during her high school years. She began her theatre training in Italy but returned to Turkey without completing her education. She eventually majored in the ...

Roger Garrigue

Roger Garrigue, sometimes written as Roger Garrigues, is a French former professional rugby league footballer and coach, who played as centre, stand-off or scrum-half.

Cottonmouth (disambiguation)

Cottonmouth may refer to: Xerostomia, or dry mouth, a side effect of some medications Cottonmouth snake or Agkistrodon piscivorus, a venomous and semiaquatic pit viper found in the US

Uzes (people)

Uzes were a group of medieval Turkic people in East Europe. They were known as Tork in Russian chronicals. Like most medieval steppe people, they were Tengrists.

Bombogor inscription

Bombogor inscription is a Turkic Runic inscription erected in the 8th century in honour of a Basmyl princess, who might have been married to the Karluks. Bombogor inscription consists of five lines that feature 32 tamgas. These tamgas represent t ...

Anger (disambiguation)

Anger Camera, early version of Gamma camera, named for its inventor Hal Anger Saint Anger, Saint Eluned, alternative spelling for the name of Welsh saint Anger function, Carl Theodor Anger, in mathematics, introduced in 1885 Anger surname

Manfred Angerer

Born in Pochlarn Lower Austria, Angerer studied piano as a concert subject at the Vienna Academy of Music from 1970 and musicology as well as art history and philosophy at the University of Vienna from 1972. He completed his doctorate in 1979 wit ...

Gontier

Gontier may refer to: People: Jean Gontier born 1942, Swiss fencer Gontier de Soignies, medieval trouvere and composer who was active from c. 1180 to 1220 Adam Gontier born 1978, Canadian musician and songwriter Emile Gontier 1878–1947, French tr ...

Choiseul

Cesar Gabriel de Choiseul 1712–1785, duc de Praslin, French officer, diplomat and statesman Caesar, duc de Choiseul 1602–1675, French marshal and diplomat known as marshal du Plessis-Praslin François Joseph de Choiseul, marquis de Stainville 1700 ...

May Picqueray

Marie Jeanne Picqueray, known as May Picqueray, was an anarchist activist, trade unionist, and notable pacifist. From April 1974 to November 1983, she was the leading publisher of Le Refractaire, a pacifist and anti-militarist periodical.

Hergo

Henri "Hergo" Godineau was a French photographer who began his career in the 1970s. He lived and worked in Paris, France.

People (disambiguation)

People Australian magazine, an Australian mens magazine People magazine, an American celebrity news magazine People play, a play by Alan Bennett

Little people

Little people may refer to: Little People of Canada, organization representing some of the above Little People of America, organization representing some of the above People with dwarfism, short stature resulting from a medical condition Dutch, k ...

Party People

Party People may refer to: Party People play, a 2012 play by UNIVERSES Theater Ensemble "Party People", a 2010 song by N.E.R.D from the album Nothing "Party People" Parliament song, a 1979 song by Parliament "Party People" Nelly song, a 2008 song ...

Maku people

Maku or Maco is a pejorative term referring to several hunter-gatherer peoples of the upper Amazon, derived from an Arawakan term ma-aku "do not speak / without speech". It may refer to:

Some People

"Some People Ton desir", by Ocean Drive, 2009 "Some People", by Goldfrapp from the 2008 album Seventh Tree "Some People" Belouis Some song, 1985 "Some People", by Anne-Marie from the deluxe edition of the 2018 album Speak Your Mind "Some People", ...

We the People (disambiguation)

We The People, a nonprofit organisation that aims to promote and develop blockchain in such a way as to benefit citizens as a whole, particularly activists, journalists, and dissidents. We the People Reform Movement, a political initiative in Bel ...

Happy People

Happy People may refer to: Happy People Paulinho da Costa album, 1979 Happy People/U Saved Me, a 2004 album by R. Kelly "Happy People" The Temptations song, 1974 "Happy People" R. Kelly song, 2004 Happy People Peace album, 2015 Happy People, an a ...

Fariba Hajamadi

Fariba Hajamadi is an artist who emerged in the mid 1980’s along with" picture generation” artists. Her large scale paintings are made by printing collaged and manipulated photographic images on canvas or wood panel constructions. These paintings ...

Man of the People

Man of the People may refer to: "A Man of the People" short story, a short story by Ursula K. Le Guin Man of the People film, a 1937 film directed by Edwin L. Marin "Man of the People" Star Trek: The Next Generation, an episode from the sixth sea ...

Middle man

The Middleman TV series, an ABC Family TV series based on the comic Middle Man film The Middleman is a comic published by notable independent publisher Viper Comics "The Middle Men", an episode of Torchwood Middle Men: Original Motion Picture Sou ...

Skippack Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Skippack Township is a township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 13.715 at the 2010 census. This represents a 110.5% increase from the 2000 count of 6.516 residents.

Mihaela Ignatova

Mihaela Ignatova is a Bulgarian mathematician who won the 2020 Sadosky Prize of the Association for Women in Mathematics for her research in mathematical analysis, and in particular in partial differential equations and fluid dynamics.

Porn (disambiguation)

Porn is a common short form for pornography. It may also refer to: Pessimism porn, alleged eschatological and survivalist thrill some people derive from predicting, reading and fantasizing about the collapse of civil society through the destructi ...

Bikini Porn

Bikini Porn is a song recorded by Swedish singer-songwriter Tove Lo, who co-wrote it with Finneas, Jakob Hazell, Ludvig Soderberg and Svante Halldin. It was produced by Finneas, Jack & Coke and A Strut, who also handled the programming. "Bikini P ...

Carlo Masi

At the age of 14, he began to work out at a local gym, practicing bodybuilding assiduously. In 2002, when he was about to complete his first cycle of university studies at Sapienza University of Rome, he moved to Canada, and subsequently to New York.

List of awards and nominations received by Angela White

Awards and nominations received by Angela White are very extensive. White has received dozens of awards as a pornographic actress and director as well as over a hundred nominations. Whites extremely successful career has been immortalized by nume ...

Fuck (disambiguation)

Fuck means to have sexual intercourse. It is used in a wide variety of English slang and is generally considered vulgar. Fuck, fucks or similar terms may also refer to:

Hubert LaRue

Born in Saint-Jean-de-lile dOrleans on March 24, 1833, son of notary Hubert Casimir Nazaire Larue and Adelaïde Roy, he married Alphonsine Panet, daughter of Judge Philippe Panet and Luce Casgrain. Together they raised ten children. He attended th ...

Jean-Robert Chouet

Jean-Robert Chouet was an early modern physicist and political leader in the Republic of Geneva. He is chiefly remembered for introducing Cartesianism to the Academie de Geneve.

Solmaz Daryani

Solmaz Daryani is an Iranian photographer and photojournalist. Her work is particularly known for exploring the themes of Climate security, climate change, water crisis, the human identity and environment.Solmaz Daryani is a member of Women Photo ...

Island of the Hungry Ghosts

Island of the Hungry Ghosts is a hybrid documentary film by director Gabrielle Brady that explores the conflict faced by trauma therapist Poh Lin Lee, who works in the Australian Detention Centre for Asylum Seekers on Christmas Island. It premier ...

Julie Duclos

Julie Duclos is a French director and actress, founder of the theater company LIn-quarto. She is the daughter of an actor Philippe Duclos.

Erembourc de Moustereul

Erembourc de Moustereul was a French textile merchant. She succeeded Jeanne la Fouaciere as the leading figure of the linen trade in 14th-century Paris. She is listed as a linen weaver in 1298. Sshe had become a substantial tax contributor in 131 ...

Xavier Mortimer

Xavier Mortimer, is a magician and variety performer from the South of France. A winner of multiple awards, he has appeared on Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Americas Got Talent, Masters of Illusion, Plus Grand Cabaret du Monde, and The Next Great Magic ...

Renee Gilly

Renee Gilly was a French operatic mezzo-soprano. She was a long-time principal member of the Opera-Comique, where she performed leading roles such as Massenets Charlotte, Mascagnis Santuzza, and Bizets Carmen. She appeared in world premieres and ...

Vars, Ontario

Vars is a compact rural community in Cumberland Ward in the east end of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. According to the Canada 2011 Census, the population of Vars was 1.424, using the boundaries defined in the Vars neighbourhood planning study area.

Yoann Richomme

Yoann Richomme is a French navigator, sailor and yacht skipper. He is a double winner of the Solitaire du Figaro and won the 2018 Route du Rhum in the Class 40 category.

Gap

Treefall gap, a spacing between large trees in a forest Gap landform, a low point or opening between hills or mountains or in a ridge or mountain range

Harry James Smith

Harry James Smith was an American playwright and novelist. His best known plays include A Tailor-Made Man, first produced in 1917 and adapted into films of the same name in 1922 and 1931. His 1915 play Blackbirds was also adapted into two films. ...

Aux Pekans River

The Aux Pekans River is a river in the Cote-Nord region of Quebec, Canada. It is a tributary of the Moisie River. Hydro-Quebec caused controversy in the early 1990s by proposing to divert the river to supply the reservoir of the SM-3 power plant ...

Pierre Collura

Pierre Angelo Collura is a Finnish former sailor, who specialized in the Laser class. Born in Madagascar to a Finnish mother and an Italian father, Collura finished among the top fifteen sailors in the Laser Radial class at the 2005 ISAF Youth Wo ...

Mazargues

Françoise-Marguerite de Sevigne 1646–1705, a French aristocrat, had a bastide in Mazargues. On February 5, 1703, in a letter to Mrs de Coulanges, he described it in those terms: "You only see people who live until a hundred years old; there are n ...

Nicolas Roze (chevalier)

Nicolas Roze, better knows as Chevalier Roze was a French aristocrat. He is remembered for his heroism in 1720 during the Great Plague of Marseille.

Odette Jasse

Jasse was born in Saint-Victoret. Her parents were a teacher and a customs inspector. Jasse attended a school for girls in Marseille before going on to graduate in mathematics and physics. In August 1920 she took a position as an intern at the Ma ...

David Beaton of Melgund

David Beaton of Melgund was a Scottish courtier and landowner. David Beaton was the son of Cardinal David Beaton and Marion Ogilvy. He inherited Melgund Castle. In June 1562 Mary Queen of Scots requested a "safe conduct", a kind of passport, for ...

Mathilde Laigle

Mathilde Laigle was a French historian. She was an early student in America becoming a governess to the children of the governor of Iowa. She was an expert on Christine de Pizan and is credited with helping to revive interest in the early feminist.