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Nidda, Hesse

21-Oct-2020 09:52:12

Nidda is a town in the district Wetterau, in Hesse, Germany. It is situated on the Nidda river, approximately northeast of Frankfurt am Main. Division of the town. The municipality consists of the districts Unter-Widdersheim, Ober-Widdersheim, Borsdorf, Harb, Bad-Salzhausen, Geiß-Nidda, Ulfa, St ...


Beatrice of Brabant

21-Oct-2020 09:52:13

Beatrice of Brabant , was a Landgravine consort of Thüringia and a Countess consort of Flanders, married to Henry Raspe, Landgrave of Thuringia, and later to William II, Count of Flanders. She was the daughter of Henry II, Duke of Brabant, and Marie of Hohenstaufen. She had no children. ...


Rudnik, Racibórz County

21-Oct-2020 09:52:13

Rudnik is a village in Racibórz County, Silesian Voivodeship, in southern Poland. It is the seat of the gmina called Gmina Rudnik. It lies approximately north-west of Racibórz and west of the regional capital Katowice. The village has a population of 850. Gallery ...


Nativity play

21-Oct-2020 09:52:14

A Nativity play or Christmas pageant is a play which recounts the story of the Nativity of Jesus. It is usually performed at Christmas, the feast of the Nativity. Liturgical. The term "Nativity Drama" is used by Wellesz in his discussion of the troparion hymns in the Christmas litur ...


Music recording certification

21-Oct-2020 09:52:14

Music recording certification is a system of certifying that a music recording has shipped, sold, or streamed a certain number of units. The threshold quantity varies by type and by nation or territory. Almost all countries follow variations of the RIAA certification categories, which are named af ...


Lakeland Flying Tigers

21-Oct-2020 09:52:14

The Lakeland Flying Tigers are a minor league baseball team based in Lakeland, Florida. Home games are played at Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium; opened in 1966 and most recently renovated in 2017. The park, which doubles as the Detroit Tigers spring training home, seats 8,500 fans. It play ...


July 21

21-Oct-2020 09:52:14

Events. *356 BC - The Temple of Artemis in Ephesus, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is destroyed by arson. * 230 - Pope Pontian succeeds Urban I as the eighteenth pope. * 285 - Diocletian appoints Maximian as Caesar and co-ruler. * 365 - The 365 Crete earthquake affects the Greek island of ...


Champex

21-Oct-2020 09:52:15

Champex is a village located in the French-speaking Swiss canton of Valais, part of the municipality of Orsières. The village lies at 1,470 metres on the shore of Lac de Champex, at the foot of the Mont Blanc Massif. It is a starting point for many hikes into the surrounding mountains and huts. C ...


Lauenförde

21-Oct-2020 09:52:15

Lauenförde is a municipality in the district of Holzminden, in Lower Saxony, Germany. The historian Friedrich Uhlhorn was born in the city. Coat of arms. The arms were granted in 1927 and based on a seal of the Amt Lauenförde from 1779. The lion is the so-called Welfen-lion, indicating that the ...


Travers–Buttes railway

21-Oct-2020 09:52:16

The Travers–Buttes railway is a railway in the Swiss canton of Neuchâtel. It was built by the Régional du Val-de-Travers , officially the Compagnie du Chemin de fer Régional du Val-de-Travers , which operated an almost 14 km-long Y-shaped RVT line from Travers via Fleurier to St-Sulpice and ...


Orsières

21-Oct-2020 09:52:16

Orsières is a municipality in the district of Entremont in the canton of Valais in Switzerland. History. Orsières is first mentioned in 972 as Pons Ursarii . In medieval times, it was a stage on the Via Francigena . Geography. Orsières has an area,, of. Of this area, 16.8% is used for agric ...


Paul Kruger

21-Oct-2020 09:52:17

Stephanus Johannes Paulus " Paul " Kruger was a South African politician. He was one of the dominant political and military figures in 19th-century South Africa, and President of the South African Republic from 1883 to 1900. Nicknamed Oom Paul , he came to international prominence as ...


The Mo

21-Oct-2020 09:52:17

The Mo , also known simply as Mo , was a Dutch pop band best remembered for the 1980s hits "Fred Astaire" and "Cheese." The band was known to be an experimental pop band during the new wave era. Biography. The Mo was founded in 1979 by brothers Clement and Huub de Lange. Their ...


Cross-registration

21-Oct-2020 09:52:17

Cross-registration in United States higher education is a system allowing students at one university, college, or faculty within a university to take individual courses for credit at another institution or faculty, typically in the same region. Cross-registration gives students access to a wider v ...


Cambridge–MIT Institute

21-Oct-2020 09:52:17

The Cambridge-MIT Institute , or CMI , was a partnership between the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 2008 CMI issued a "final report" describing its activities from late 2000 to 2006, stating tha ...


Selma Fraiberg

21-Oct-2020 09:52:17

Selma Fraiberg was a child psychoanalyst, author and social worker. She studied infants with congenital blindness in the 1970s. She found that blind babies had three problems to overcome: learning to recognize parents from sound alone, learning about permanence of objects, acquiring a typical or h ...


Albert II, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg

21-Oct-2020 09:52:17

Albert , called the Fat , was duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg. The second son of Albert the Tall, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Albert was a boy when his father died in 1279. He was first under guardianship of his uncle, Conrad, Prince-Bishop of Verden, and then of his elder brother, Henry I, Duke of B ...


Ernest I, Duke of Brunswick-Göttingen

21-Oct-2020 09:52:18

Duke Ernest I of Brunswick-Göttingen was a member of the Guelph dynasty and was Duke of Brunswick-Göttingen from 1344 until his death. Life. Ernest was a son of Duke Albert II of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Göttingen and his wife, Rixa of Werle. In the division of 1286, his father had received the ...


Margarete Mitscherlich-Nielsen

21-Oct-2020 09:52:18

Margarete Mitscherlich-Nielsen or the "Grande Dame of German Psychoanalysis" as she was often referred to as, was a German psychoanalyst who focused mainly on the themes of feminism, female sexuality, and the national psychology of post-war Germany. Life . Margarete Nielsen was born th ...


Lahe, Myanmar

21-Oct-2020 09:52:19

Lahe is a town in Naga Self-Administered Zone of Sagaing Division on the north-west frontier of Burma. The Naga New Year Festival is held on 15 January, and Lahe, Leshi, Hkamti and Nanyun hosted it in rotation until it became state-sponsored for the benefit of tourism and limited to Leshi and La ...


Matilda of Brandenburg, Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg

21-Oct-2020 09:52:21

Matilda of Brandenburg , a member of the House of Ascania, was first Duchess consort of Brunswick-Lüneburg from 1235 to 1252 by her marriage with the Welf duke Otto the Child. Matilda was the elder daughter of Margrave Albert II of Brandenburg and his wife Matilda, a daughter of the Wettin margrav ...


Rain tyre

21-Oct-2020 09:52:21

Rain tyres or Wet tyres are special tyres used in motorsport in wet weather as opposed to a slick tyre used in dry conditions. They are very similar in many ways to the tyres found on normal road cars. Rain tyres are formally banned in all-NASCAR, all-ARCA and all-INDYCAR sanctioned tournaments ...


Salim Lawzi

21-Oct-2020 09:52:22

Salim El Lozi was a well-known Lebanese journalist and publisher, founder and editor-in-chief of the weekly Al Hawadeth weekly magazine. Salim Lawzi, alternatively written Salim El-Lozi or Salim Al-Lawzi , died after being kidnapped on 25 February 1980, brutally tortured and murdered. His bod ...


Fiat Albea

21-Oct-2020 09:52:22

The Fiat Albea is a compact car produced by the Italian manufacturer Fiat between 2002 and 2012, at the Tofaş facilities in Turkey. It is the European version of the global Fiat Siena, the sedan car derived from the hatch compact Fiat Palio. It is a low cost sedan, aimed at developing global mark ...


Maranello

21-Oct-2020 09:52:22

Maranello is a town and comune in the region of Emilia-Romagna in Northern Italy, 18 km from Modena, with a population of 17,504 as of 2017. It is known worldwide as the home of Ferrari and the Formula One racing team, Scuderia Ferrari. Maranello was also home to coachbuilding firm Carrozzeria S ...