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Play (New York Times): Play Magazine is a quarterly online sports magazine, associated with The New York Times.
Treubiaceae: Treubiaceae is a family of liverworts in the order Treubiales.[1] Species are large and leafy, and were previously classified among the Metzgeriales.
Richard Blundell: Richard Blundell, CBE (1 May 1952) is a British economist specialising in econometrics. webpage http://www.ucl.ac.uk/~uctp39a
Ain Eddis Airport: Ain Eddis Airport (IATA: BUJ, ICAO: DAAD) is an airport located 7.5 nm (14 km) north of Bou Saada, Algeria.[1]
Canon Tallis: In Dragons in the Waters (1976), Polly O'Keefe wants her father, Dr. Calvin O'Keefe, to enlist the assistance of Canon Tallis after Simon Renier's impostor cousin, Forsyth Phair, is murdered. Dr. O'Keefe is reluctant to do this, so an old friend of Tallis's from the cathedral, Emmanuele Theotocopoulos (better known as Mr. Theo), calls him instead, summoning him from London. Simon meets Tallis when both are kidnapped by a corrupt local policeman and stranded in the Venezuela jungle. Tallis gives Simon good advice that enables Simon to save both their lives. During this book, Polly and Charles O'Keefe call Tallis "Uncle Father," a nickname picked up and used by Simon as well. Polly says of Canon Tallis, "He knows everybody in Interpol and Scotland Yard and everything. He's not really a detective, but whenever there's big trouble he gets called in to help." At the time of the book, Tallis is said to be "living quietly as a canon of St. Paul's." Charles explains Tallis' baldness to Simon, stating that the torture, "way back in some war — one of those awful ones in the Far East" involved electric shock, which killed the then-chaplain's hair follicles.
Backwoods Warriors (album): Backwoods Warriors is the self-titled debut album from California based rock band Backwoods Warriors. The album was released on May 21, 2002 on Geffen Records.
Homewood, California: Homewood is an unincorporated community in Placer County, California, on the west shore of Lake Tahoe. It is home to Homewood Mountain Resort. The community of Homewood has about 200 residents.[citation needed] Its ZIP code is 96141 and its area code 530.
WikiProject Tycoon Computer Games/Definition Proposal: I think only games explicitly with the word "Tycoon" in the title should be eligable. My reasons for this are:
Esher Commons: The common shares the parking facilities on the A307, and can also be accessed from the direction of West End.
Eisen: Eisen (German for iron) is a common surname. It can refer to the following:
Free Radicals (band): Dummer Nick Cooper founded the group in 1996, with a goal of specializing in improvised music.[1] In 2000, The New Yorker wrote "The horn-heavy, continually evolving collective Free Radicals produces a wildly eclectic fusion that has as many influences as there are items in the Houston, Texas, pawnshop in which they honed their sound during all-night jam sessions."[2]
Lists of power stations by country: The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Sulfopyruvate decarboxylase: In enzymology, a sulfopyruvate decarboxylase (EC 4.1.1.79) is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction
Lord Peter: Lord Peter is a collection of short stories featuring Lord Peter Wimsey. First published in 1972 (ISBN 0-380-01694-X), it includes all the short stories about Lord Peter written by Dorothy L. Sayers, most of which were published elsewhere soon after they were written, and some related writings.
Liberace Technologies: Liberace Technologies is an American snowboard manufacturer. Usually referred to as Lib Tech or Lib Technologies, the company falls under the umbrella of parent company Mervin Manufacturing. Surf company Quiksilver bought Mervin in 1997[1].
Greater Peoria Regional Airport: Greater Peoria Regional Airport is home to the 182nd Airlift Wing, Peoria Air Guard. This Air National Guard unit consists of eight Lockheed C-130H Hercules aircraft. The Greater Peoria Regional Airport is also home to the Army National Guard AASF3 1st Battalion, 106th Aviation Regiment, currently operating the Boeing CH-47 'Chinook' twin rotor helicopter.
Wilhelm Falley: Lieutenant-General Wilhelm Falley (25 September 1897 – 6 June 1944) was the first German general killed in the Normandy Landings in France. He was commander of the 91st Infantry-Air Landing Division. His staff car was ambushed as he returned from invasion training. He was killed by Lieutenant Malcolm Brannen of the US 82nd Airborne Division. He died near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy.
Divers at the 2004 Summer Olympics: The following 44 pages are in this category, out of 44 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Neighborhoods in New Orleans: The following 48 pages are in this category, out of 48 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Cold War frigates: This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.
Forster Square Retail Park: A pair of non-notable strip malls. Nothing in this article is realistically verifiable, and strip mall covers this subject ably. - A Man In Bl♟ck (conspire | past ops) 06:15, 5 August 2006 (UTC)
Transactional Net Margin Method: Because the TNMM is a one-sided method, it is usually applied to the least complex party that does not contribute to valuable or unique intangible assets. Since TNMM measures the relationship between net profit and an appropriate base such as sales, costs, or assets employed, it is important to choose the appropriate base taking into account the nature of the business activity. The appropriate base that profits should be measured against will depend on the facts and circumstances of each case.
Access programme: If you're applying for a part-time or flexible learning course, apply directly to the college or university. They will have their own application form that you'll need to request and complete. It will follow much the same format as the UCAS form: you'll need to complete your personal details, explain why you want to study the course you have chosen and provide a reference. Once again, a careers adviser can help.
Ashby Folville: Ashby Folville is a village in Leicestershire, England.
Terra nullius: The first test of terra nullius in Australia occurred with the decision of R v Tommy (Monitor, 28 November 1827), which indicated that the native inhabitants were only subject to English law where the incident concerned both natives and settlers. The rationale was that Aboriginal tribal groups already operated under their own legal systems. This position was further reinforced by the decisions of R v Boatman or Jackass and Bulleyes (Sydney Gazette, 25 February 1832) and R v Ballard (Sydney Gazette, 23 April 1829).
Anna Karenina (1948 film): Anna Karenina (also known in the UK as Tolstoy's Anna Karenina) is a 1948 British film based on the 19th century novel, Anna Karenina, by the Russian writer Leo Tolstoy. The film was directed by Julien Duvivier, and starred Vivien Leigh in the title role. It was produced by Alexander Korda for his company, London Films, and distributed in the United States by 20th Century Fox. The screenplay was by Jean Anouilh, Julien Duvivier and Guy Morgan, music by Constant Lambert, decors by André Andrejew and cinematography by Henri Alekan.
Jalowka: Jalowka (Narewka) was a town of the ethnic Poles, majority, and ethnic Belarusians as well as some Jews and possibly Muslim/Tatar minorities who were loyal to the tradition of the freedom as enjoyed under the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (the freedom that appeared even greater when under the 18th century Russia). The Roman Catholic church, as a result of the failure of January_Uprising of 1863-1864, was converted to the Eastern Orthodox church as punishment. Many Polish patriots were sent to Siberia as punishment, and some of their land was given to Russian soldiers (who within a couple generations became Polish patriots themselves and participated on the Polish side during the Polish-Soviet War of 1920). Many locals were forced to convert to Eastern Orthodox faith, but majority of the town later converted back to Catholicism. The Eastern Orthodox church was turned back into a Catholic church after World War I ended. Another church, Church of St Anthony, was destroyed during World War II, and has never been rebuilt. A large Catholic cemetery is near this church.
Rahmatullah Safi: As of 1998, Safi was living in London, England, but departed to Afghanistan along with Nabi Misdak to convince Mullah Omar to hand over Osama bin Laden to foreign authorities.[3], and he was considered the Taliban's European Ambassador according to a United Nations Security Council press release.[1].
Bowcliffe Hall: The last private owner of Bowcliffe Hall was Mr. Robert Blackburn who bought the house in 1920. He was a famous aircraft pioneer, connected with the North Sea Aerial Navigation Company; chairman of Blackburn Aircraft Ltd., and the founder of the Flag School at Brough for the training of officers of the Air Reserve. In 1912 he built a one-seater two engined plane and he was also the owner of a plane which won the "War of the Air Trophy", presented by the Yorkshire Evening Post. Although Mr. Blackburn was connected with aircraft all his life he never took out a pilot's licence.
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