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Giovanni Dacri

22-Apr-2024 09:06:46

Giovanni Dacri, O.F.M. was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Treviso and Archbishop of Split. Biography. Giovanni Dacri was ordained a priest in the Order of Friars Minor. On 19 May 1469, he was appointed as Minister General of Order of Friars Minor. In 1474, he was appointed durin ...


Tullia d'Aragona

22-Apr-2024 09:06:46

Tullia d'Aragona was a 16th-century Italian poet, author and philosopher. Born in Rome sometime between 1501 and 1505, Tullia traveled throughout Venice, Ferrara, Siena, and Florence before returning to Rome. Throughout her life Tullia was esteemed one of the best female writers, poets, philosophe ...


Thomshill

22-Apr-2024 09:06:46

Thomshill , located south of Elgin in Moray, Scotland, is the site of an excavated rectilinear enclosure that has been interpreted as a possible Roman military camp or fort. The enclosure covers an area of approximately and is situated at a height of above ordnance datum. Alongside similar sites at ...


Z Society

22-Apr-2024 09:06:46

The Z Society is a secret society that was founded at the University of Virginia in 1892. It comprises outstanding student leaders who give time, talent, and financial contributions to groups and individuals that exemplify the spirit of the society and uphold the ideals of the university. Addition ...


Sannicandro di Bari

22-Apr-2024 09:06:46

Sannicandro di Bari is a town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Bari, Apulia, southern Italy. Main sights. The main attraction of Sannicandro is the Hohenstaufen-Norman castle, located in the centre of the city. It is composed of two structures one within the other: the first one was built ...


Suzanne Broughel

22-Apr-2024 09:06:46

Suzanne Broughel is a multidisciplinary American artist based in New York City. Her work examines whiteness as a racialized identity. Education. Broughel received a BFA from Hunter College in 1999, and an MFA from Hunter College in 2003. She attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture ...


Predator (franchise)

22-Ap22-Apr-2024 09:07:44

Predator is a science-fiction action anthology media franchise centered on the film series depicting mankind's encounters with a race of extraterrestrial trophy hunters known as the "Predator". Produced and distributed by 20th Century Fox, the series began with Predator , directed by Jo ...


Devil facial tumour disease

22-Apr-2024 09:07:44

Devil facial tumour disease is an aggressive non-viral clonally transmissible cancer which affects Tasmanian devils, a marsupial native to Australia. DFTD was first described in 1996. In the subsequent decade the disease ravaged Tasmania's wild devils. Affected high-density populations suffered up ...


South African Class 7A 4-8-0

22-Apr-2024 09:07:44

The South African Railways Class 7A 4-8-0 of 1896 was a steam locomotive from the pre-Union era in the Cape of Good Hope. Between 1896 and 1901, the Cape Government Railways placed a second batch of altogether 46 7th Class steam locomotives with a 4-8-0 Mastodon wheel arrangement in service on its ...


Exame

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

Exame is a fortnightly magazine specializing in economics, business, politics and technology published by Editora Abril, in São Paulo, Brazil. It reports news, reviews and tips about business, sales, investments, economics, environment, technology and marketing. Launched in 1967, it is the leadin ...


Helen Jay

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

Helen Jay - person. She was born on January 1, 1945. ...


Kingdom of Whydah

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

The Kingdom of Whydah was a kingdom on the coast of West Africa in what is now Benin. It was a major slave trading area. In 1700, it had a coastline of around ; under King Haffon, this was expanded to, and stretching inland. The Kingdom of Whydah was centered in Savi. The last ruler of Whydah was ...


BMW Nazca C2

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

The BMW Nazca C2 is a concept sports car introduced at the 1991 Tokyo Motor Show. The car was designed by famed automotive design studio Italdesign, home of Giorgetto Giugiaro, and features a similar frontal design of a BMW. It was an evolution of the BMW Nazca M12 from 1991. History. The Nazca p ...


2016–17 Creighton Bluejays men's basketball team

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

The 2016–17 Creighton Bluejays men's basketball team represented Creighton University in the 2016–17 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Bluejays, led by seventh-year head coach Greg McDermott, played their home games at the CenturyLink Center Omaha, as members of the Big East Confere ...


I Corps (German Empire)

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

The I Army Corps / I AK was a corps level command of the Prussian and then the Imperial German Armies from the 19th Century to World War I. It was established with headquarters in Königsberg. Initially, the Corps catchment area comprised the entire Province of East Prussia, but from 1 October 191 ...


Alexander Walker (conductor)

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

Alexander Walker is a British conductor. Biography. Education. Walker studied at Bristol University, the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London and at St Petersburg Conservatoire with Ilya Musin. Career. In 2000/01 Walker conducted the English Touring Opera's production of the Magic Flute ...


Exame

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

Exame is a fortnightly magazine specializing in economics, business, politics and technology published by Editora Abril, in São Paulo, Brazil. It reports news, reviews and tips about business, sales, investments, economics, environment, technology and marketing. Launched in 1967, it is the leadin ...


Helen Jay

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

Helen Jay - person. She was born on January 1, 1945. ...


FC Sirius Zhovti Vody

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

FC Sirius Zhovti Vody was a Ukrainian football club from Zhovti Vody, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. In 1959–70 as Avanhard the club participated in the championship of the Ukrainian SSR among teams of masters. Since 1993 it was known as Sirius and in 1994 moved to Kryvyi Rih. In 1995 Sirius was merged ...


Kingdom of Whydah

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

The Kingdom of Whydah was a kingdom on the coast of West Africa in what is now Benin. It was a major slave trading area. In 1700, it had a coastline of around ; under King Haffon, this was expanded to, and stretching inland. The Kingdom of Whydah was centered in Savi. The last ruler of Whydah was ...


National Television of Kampuchea

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

National Television of Kampuchea was formed by National Radio of Kampuchea and National Television of Kampuchea and is a national public broadcasting state media government mass media conglomerate of radio and television services in the Kingdom of Cambodia. It is owned and operated by Government. ...


BMW Nazca C2

22-Apr-2024 09:07:46

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Detachment

22-Apr-2024 09:09:41

* Detachment (film) * Detachment (military) * Detachment (philosophy) * Detachment (territory) * Detachment fault * Detachments (British band) * Décollement * Emotional detachment * Law of detachment * Retinal detachment * Rule of detachment 22-Apr-2024 09:31:43...


Lauren Drain

2222-Apr-2024 09:57:30

Lauren Danielle Drain is a former member of the Westboro Baptist Church who wrote the 2013 book Banished , which chronicles her experiences and eventual banishment from the church. Early life. Drain was born in Tampa, Florida and lived in nearby Bradenton until age five, when she moved to Olathe ...


Tagaytay Highlands

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Tagaytay Highlands is a mountain resort and mixed-use development situated in Tagaytay, Cavite, Philippines. History. Willy Ocier of ...