Dodô: 1 Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of June 1, 2008. 2 National team caps and goals correct as of June 1, 2008. * Appearances (Goals)
Dan Gelber: Gelber has been a Big Brother volunteer since 1985, and is a former President of the Board of Directors of Big Brothers Organization. In 1986 he co-founded a summer camp for children with cancer where he volunteers every summer as a bunk counselor and provides support services for patients and their families.
Four Deuces: There has been one more recording released by the group, "Yellow Shoes" / "Pretty Polly" on Everest Records, however there is some dispute about the authenticity of the record.
Stephen McMillan: Stephen "Steve" McMillan (born January 19, 1976 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish former footballer, who retired from professional football in February 2007. He played for Motherwell and Wigan Athletic.
2008-09 NHL season: "Individual scheduled or expected future events should only be included if the event is notable and almost certain to take place. If preparation for the event is not already in progress, speculation about it must be well documented. Examples of appropriate topics include 2010 U.S. Senate elections, and 2016 Summer Olympics. By comparison, the 2020 U.S. presidential election and 2040 Summer Olympics are not considered appropriate article topics because nothing can be said about them that is verifiable and not original research. Predicted line-ups of sporting teams on a week-by-week basis or in future events are inherently unverifiable and speculative. A schedule of future events may be appropriate if it can be verified."
Starlab: When I first arrived at Starlab and wondered what Starlab was, I asked a few questions. And somebody said to me, "Well, Starlab is a multidisciplinary research institute ... It's a think tank." I said, "But what is it?" and they said "Well, Starlab is a place where we think thoughts that haven't been thought before – where we think things, for the very first time."
List of United States Supreme Court cases, volume 21: 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104
Tennis organisations: The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
DWIZ: Established in May 12, 1991, it has proved its worth by bringing the adult listening public credible news, on-time, all the time. Providing news, public Information, public service, public affairs and an array of personalities, it continually surges above all stations, earning the prestige of being the KBP Station of the Year for 1999.
Elenor Gordon: From 1947 until 1957 she was Scottish 200m breaststroke champion. In 1950 she received the Nancy Riach memorial medal for her services to swimming. She was inducted into the Scottish Sports Hall of Fame in 2003.
Iceland/Did you know/8: ...that the first complete map of Iceland (pictured), based on Björn Gunnlaugsson's 1831–43 survey, is mentioned in Jules Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth?
Thrall: Demonsweatlive: The E.P. also features the famous 'Mother 93' as a hidden bonus track; after the seventh track 'Mother', there are several blank five second long tracks leading up to the track #93, it is a remix of the original song 'Mother'. This version of the song was used in the MTV music video which featured 'Mother' as what came to be known as Danzig's most popular song.
Pericardial fluid: Ben-Horin et al (2005) studied the composition of pericardial fluid in patients undergoing open heart surgery. They found it was relatively rich in lactate dehydrogenase, low in protein and high in lymphocytes and monocytes. They state that these findings may alter diagnostic criteria for abnormal effusions.[1]
Máel Coluim mac Alaxandair: Máel Coluim mac Alaxandair or Máel Coluim mac Alasdair (Malcolm, Alexander's son) was the son of King Alexander I of Scotland and enemy of King David I of Scotland, his uncle. He is a relatively obscure figure owing primarily to the scarcity of source material, appearing only in pro-David English sources, which label him a "bastard".
cultronix.eserver.org: This list is intended to see how the external link gets used, it does not imply that involved accounts are having a conflict of interest in adding the link, or that the involved accounts are spamming the link.
South Herefordshire: On April 1, 1998, the district was abolished as Herefordshire was split out from Hereford and Worcester as a unitary authority.[3]
SJ AB: SJ's operations fall broadly into subsidised and unsubsidised services. The unsubsidised services are a monopoly and consist mainly of the X 2000 high-speed train network. The subsidised trains are awarded through competitive bids. However, some trains fall in between these categories, since public transit agencies can pay SJ to allow transit pass holders access to SJ's trains.
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The International (golf): Beginning in 2007, The International was scheduled to change dates to be played during the first full weekend of July (July 5-8, 2007 and July 4-7, 2008). Tournament officials hoped this new date would draw more top-ranked players such as Tiger Woods, as it would no longer be contested the week before a major championship. Even with the change in dates, both tournament founder Jack Vickers and the Castle Pines GC membership were apparently not happy with the overall direction the PGA Tour is taking.[1] [2]
Eprints.org: The free GNU Eprints.org software, first released in 2000, is the first [1] and most widely used [2] software for creating Open Archives Initiative (OAI)-compliant institutional repositories in which to self-archive research articles and theses in order to make them open access so as to maximize their usage [3] and citation impact.
Lidingö: Lidingö is first mentioned in writing 1328 in the last will by Jedvard Filipsson, in the sentence "curiam in Lydhingø" corresponding to a "Lidingö farm". The entire island including the farms was owned by the family Banér in Djursholm from around 1418 until 1774 when the land was split up and sold to different people. The largest farm since the early days up to today was Elfvik, situated on the east part of Lidingö, today covering 125 acres (0.51 km²) of open farmland and 1,000 acres (4.0 km²) of forest land. The Elfvik farm has been preserved within the Långängen-Elfvik national park and most of the original houses, built from the end of the 18th century up to mid-19th century, have been saved and restored. The farm is still active with beef cattle, sheep and horses and is run by Lidingö Municipality. During the end of the 20th century, the largest real estate close to the Elfvik farm was the IBM educational center for northern Europe, built in early 1960 on the outer east edge of Lidingö, the most expensive piece of land on the island, today working as a Hotel complex.
Mimi Aguglia: She was doing warm up acts for her famous actress mother by the time she was five. She went on to tour both Italy and Europe and became an internationally famous theatrical actress in her own right. She was "discovered" by Hollywood and from the 1930s until her death was a much requested character actress in movies.
Home: In computer terminology, a 'home' is a starting view that branches off into other tasks, such as a homepage or a desktop. Many home pages on the internet start with introductory information, recent news or events, and links to subpages.
Dryopteris filix-mas: The half-evergreen leaves have an upright habit and reach a maximum length of 1.5 m, with a single crown on each rootstock. The bipinnate leaves consist of 20-35 pinnae on each side of the rachis. The leaves taper at both ends, with the basal pinnae about half the length of the middle pinnae. The pinules are rather blunt and equally lobed all around. The stalks are covered with orange-brown scales. On the abaxial surface of the mature blade 5 to 6 sori develop in two rows. When the spores ripen in August to November, the indusium starts to shrivel, leading to the release of the spores.
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Seamless garment: The phrase "seamless garment" refers to the seamless robe of Jesus, which the Gospel of John describes Jesus as having worn to his crucifixion.
Schooner Rebecca: There is a monument to Rebecca at Rosevears, in the Tamar Valley, in Tasmania, recording its role in the founding of Melbourne.
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