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1976 United States Senate elections

07-Feb-2023 05:29:59

The 1976 United States Senate elections was an election for the United States Senate that coincided with Democratic Jimmy Carter's presidential election and the United States Bicentennial celebration. Although almost half of the seats decided in this election changed parties, Carter's narrow victo ...


Christianized sites

07-Feb-2023 05:29:59

The Christianization of sites that had been pagan occurred as a result of conversions in early Christian times, as well as an important part of the strategy of Interpretatio Christiana during the Christianization of pagan peoples. The landscape itself was Christianized, as prominent features wer ...


Karelian Isthmus

07-Feb-2023 05:29:59

The Karelian Isthmus is the approximately wide stretch of land, situated between the Gulf of Finland and Lake Ladoga in northwestern Russia, to the north of the River Neva. Its northwestern boundary is a line from the Bay of Vyborg to the westernmost point of Lake Ladoga, Pekonlahti. If the Kareli ...


National Commission on the Disappearance of Persons

07-Feb-2023 05:29:59

National Commission on the Disappearance of Persons was an Argentine organization created by President Raúl Alfonsín on 15 December 1983, shortly after his inauguration, to investigate the fate of the desaparecidos and other human rights violations performed during the military dictatorship kn ...


Demeter's Manual of Parliamentary Law and Procedure

07-Feb-2023 05:29:59

Demeter's Manual of Parliamentary Law and Procedure is a parliamentary authority manual by George Demeter. It is included in the bank of study materials used in preparing for the Certified Parliamentarian designation offered by the American Institute of Parliamentarians. Similar to Robert's Rules ...


Bhagirathi River

07-Feb-2023 05:30:00

The Bhāgīrathī is a turbulent Himalayan river in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, and one of the two headstreams of the Ganges, the major river of Northern India and considered holy in Hinduism. In Hindu faith and culture, the Bhagirathi is considered the source stream of the Ganges. However, i ...


MyKayla Skinner

07-Feb-2023 05:30:00

MyKayla Brooke Skinner Harmer is an American artistic gymnast. She competed at the 2014 World Championships where she contributed to the U.S. team's gold medal, also winning an individual bronze medal on vault and placing fourth on floor exercise. She has won ten total medals at the USA Gymnastics ...


Brown County, Minnesota

07-Feb-2023 05:30:00

Brown County is a county in the U.S. state of Minnesota. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 25,893. Its county seat is New Ulm. The county was formed in 1855 and organized in 1856. Brown County comprises the New Ulm, MN Metropolitan Statistical Area and is included in the Mank ...


Lake Sai Bat Cave

07-Feb-2023 05:30:01

Lake Sai Bat Cave is the largest of the several lava tubes that are near Lake Sai, in the Aokigahara forest in the northern side of Mt. Fuji, Japan. It is known as a cave where visitors can observe the bats which live there. Caves in Aokigahara Forest. In the Aokigahara forest, that was created b ...


Murder of Debra Jackson

07-Feb-2023 05:30:01

Debra Louise Jackson , informally known as " Orange Socks " when unidentified, was a Texas murder victim who went unidentified for nearly 40 years before being identified via a DNA match with her surviving sister in 2019. Her murder is believed to have taken place on October 31, 1979, in ...


Visa policies of British Overseas Territories

07-Feb-2023 05:30:01

The British Overseas Territories maintain their own rules regarding immigration requirements different from the visa policy of the United Kingdom, but remain under its sovereignty. As a general rule, British citizen passport holders do not generally have automatic right of abode in these territories ...


Charles Hope, 1st Earl of Hopetoun

07-Feb-2023 05:30:01

Charles Hope, 1st Earl of Hopetoun KT was a Scottish nobleman. He was the son of John Hope of Hopetoun by a daughter of the 4th Earl of Haddington. His paternal grandfather was Sir James Hope of Hopetoun and paternal great-grandfather was Sir Thomas Hope, 1st Baronet of Craighall, Fife. His father ...


Omar Minaya

07-Feb-2023 05:30:01

Omar Teodoro Antonio Minaya y Sánchez is a Dominican baseball executive. He is the special assistant to the general manager of the New York Mets of Major League Baseball. He previously served as general manager for the Mets and the Montreal Expos. Early life. Born in the Dominican Republic, he m ...


The Key of Awesome

07-Feb-2023 05:30:02

The Key of Awesome is a YouTube channel that produced comedy videos starring writer/performer Mark Douglas. "The Key of Awesome" was created by Mark Douglas and Ben Relles and is the channel's most popular series, mainly producing viral music videos and parodies. Barely Political was cre ...


Peer review

07-Feb-2023 05:30:02

Peer review is the evaluation of work by one or more people with similar competencies as the producers of the work. It functions as a form of self-regulation by qualified members of a profession within the relevant field. Peer review methods are used to maintain quality standards, improve performa ...


The Citizen (film)

07-Feb-2023 05:30:02

The Citizen is a 2013 American drama independent film directed by Sam Kadi, written by Sam Kadi, Samir Younis, Jazmen Darnell Brown, and starring Khaled El Nabawy, Agnes Bruckner, Rizwan Manji, William Atherton, and Cary Elwes. The Citizen was filmed in New York City, Detroit Masonic Temple in D ...


Windows Services for UNIX

07-Feb-2023 05:30:02

Windows Services for UNIX is a discontinued software package produced by Microsoft which provided a Unix environment on Windows NT and some of its immediate successor operating-systems. SFU 1.0 and 2.0 used the MKS Toolkit; starting with SFU 3.0, SFU included the Interix subsystem, which was acqui ...


Benno Vigny

07-Feb-2023 05:30:02

Benno Vigny was a French-German novelist and screenwriter. Life and works. Vigny was born in Commercy and grew up in Vienna. He moved to Berlin in the 1920s. There he began working as a screenwriter in collaboration with other writers, particularly for German-British co-productions. In 1927, his ...


Dictionary of American English

07-Feb-2023 05:30:03

A Dictionary of American English on Historical Principles is a dictionary of terms appearing in English in the United States that was published in four volumes from 1938 to 1944 by the University of Chicago Press. Intended to pick up where the Oxford English Dictionary left off, it covers Americ ...


Henry Charles Sirr

07-Feb-2023 05:30:03

Henry Charles Sirr was a British lawyer, diplomat and writer. He graduated at Trinity College, Dublin and became a barrister at Lincoln's Inn, London. Eventually he went into government service, working as Deputy Queen's Advocate for the Southern Circuit of Ceylon in the mid-19th century. He was t ...


Linux Terminal Server Project

07-Feb-2023 05:30:04

Linux Terminal Server Project is a free and open source terminal server for Linux that allows many people to simultaneously use the same computer. Applications run on the server with a terminal known as a thin client handling input and output. Generally, terminals are low-powered, lack a hard disk ...


Hermosa–Duhat–Balintawak Transmission Line

07-Feb-2023 05:30:04

The Hermosa–Duhat–Balintawak Transmission Line is a 230,000 volt, single-circuit, two-part transmission line in Metro Manila and Central Luzon, Philippines that connects Hermosa and Balintawak substations of National Grid Corporation of the Philippines, with line segment termination at Manila ...


Saint Patrick's Saltire

07-Feb-2023 05:30:04

Saint Patrick's Saltire or Saint Patrick's Cross is a red saltire on a white field, used to represent the island of Ireland or Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. In heraldic language, it may be blazoned Argent, a saltire gules . Saint Patrick's Flag is a flag composed of Saint Patric ...


Natrolite

07-Feb-2023 05:30:05

Natrolite is a tectosilicate mineral species belonging to the zeolite group. It is a hydrated sodium and aluminium silicate with the formula. The type locality is Hohentwiel, Hegau, Germany. It was named natrolite by Martin Heinrich Klaproth in 1803. The name is derived from natron , the Greek wo ...


Taltoli, Bangladesh

07-Feb-2023 05:30:05

Taltali is a Bangladeshi village in the upazila of Kachua, Chandpur District in Chittagong Division. ...