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Sally Phipps: Phipps was assigned the lead for Fox's production of The News Parade in January 1928. Her co-star was Nick Stuart. The movie is about the life of a news cameraman and the daughter of a camera-shy millionaire. The motion picture was filmed in New York. A 1927 review of Phipp's in Love Makes 'Em Wild complimented her skill as a performer. It said Miss Phipps is one of the most charming actresses we have had the privilege of seeing in many a day. She has a personality which is distinctly individual, to say the least, and flirts across the silver sheet with a grace which would become an actress of many more years experience. Her last screen credit came with her role as Detectives Wanted (1929).
Hudson Armory: The Hudson Armory is a Massachusetts Army National Guard armory. It was built at the intersection of Park Street and Washington Street in Hudson, Massachusetts next to the Assabet River in 1910 for the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia.
London bus operators: The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Ichikawa Shinnosuke: Shinnosuke, like other actors' names, is bestowed (or given up) at grand naming ceremonies called shūmei in which a number of actors formally change their names. A number of actors have followed a particular sequence in their stage names, following their time as Ichikawa Shinnosuke by being granted the names Ichikawa Ebizō or Ichikawa Danjūrō.
Southern Pacific Santa Fe Railroad: ATSF #5800, an EMD model SD45-2u decked out in the SPSF Kodachrome colors, leads a trio of locomotives through California's Mojave Desert including a similarly-painted F45 and trailing SD45-2u.
Tomas Lindberg: Tomas Lindberg (born October 16, 1972), from Gothenburg, Sweden, has been active as a musician and composer since the late 1980s. He started as a vocalist in the band Grotesque under the name Goatspell. When Grotesque fell apart he started melodic death metal band At the Gates. At the Gates broke up after the 1995 release of the highly acclaimed Slaughter of the Soul album, but reformed in 2007. In 1995 Lindberg provided vocals for three tracks on Ceremonial Oath's "Carpet" while Anders Fridén (In Flames) provided vocals for the other four tracks.
Voronezh Aircraft Production Association: OJSC Voronezh aircraft production association or Voronezh Aircraft Plant (Voronezhskoye Aktsionernoye Samoletostroitelnoe Obshestvo abbreviated as VASO, Russian: ОАО «Воронежское акционерное самолётостроительное общество», RTS:VASOP) is one of the largest aircraft producing plant in Russia.
Suspected sock puppets/Darknightonight: Case closed: Iolakana|(talk) 17:29, 23 June 2006 (UTC)
Ödön Téry: Ödön Téry (July 8, 1890 – June 7, 1981) was an Hungarian gymnast who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics.
T. H. Lain: According to Peter Archer, WotC's Director of Publishing, the decision to credit the Dungeons & Dragons novels to just one author was made to ensure they would be shelved together, as well as to spark a certain measure of curiosity and speculation as to T.H. Lain's identity. However, it was already obvious to many from the stylistic differences between volumes that Lain's output was the work of many authors rather than one. In December 2003, WotC formally announced the eight authors whose work was published under the T.H. Lain name:
Kienberg, Bavaria: Kienberg is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany.
Maltese pool players: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
List of London Underground stations: The following table lists the name of each station, the London Underground or Docklands Light Railway lines serving the station, the local authority and London Travelcard zone,[B] in which it is located and the year in which the station was opened. Details of previous names held by the stations and passenger usage statistics are also provided.
Faraz Haider: The result was speedily deleted by Jimfbleak. MER-C 08:09, 25 March 2007 (UTC)
The Rage in Placid Lake: Precocious, bohemian teenager Placid Lake finishes high school and decides to do the one thing that will annoy his new age parents the most - to go conservative. With a few weeks spent reading a library of self-help manuals, Lake gets a haircut, cheap suit, and gets a white collar job working for an insurance agency. Lake has a smart friend Gemma (played by Byrne) who tries to talk him out of his newly found economic rationalism.
Icing on the Cake: The episode was only seen by 10.63 million viewers in the United States, down slightly from the previous episode[3].
Cry of the City: Raymond Borde and Etienne Chaumeton writing in A Panorama of American Film Noir 1941-1953 comments that director Siodmak had better noir efforts but the film does have one lasting image:
Tim "Youngblood" Chapman: This was originally an A7 speedy. A DRV consensus overturned this as improper. The article is submitted to AfD for consideration, which might include discussion over whether to move the article, if it is kept. This is a procedural nomination, so I ought to abstain. I will say, though, that that if this article isn't kept, it should be merged to Dog Chapman or his television show. Xoloz 15:30, 19 September 2006 (UTC)
Dancing Stage MegaMix: Konami launched Dancing Stage MegaMiX with promotional ads in game magazines and videos. Konami attempted to reach the "underground" dancing crowd with the slogan "Take the Stage" and a television spot that displayed hip, young teens breakdancing on the dance mats to the songs in the game.[20]
Clarence M. Kelley: On June 7, 1973, President Richard M. Nixon nominated Kelley to be Director of the FBI. The United States Senate confirmed the nomination June 27 and he was sworn in on July 9. Kelley was the first Director of the FBI to be appointed through the nomination and confirmation process.
Jaman North District: The Jaman North District is a district in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. It was split off the former Jaman District (which is since then called Jaman South District) by a decree of president John Agyekum Kufuor on November 12, 2003.
Kay Nelson: Kay Nelson was a Hollywood costume designer whose first film was Up in Mabel's Room in 1944. Over the next 17 years she provided the costumes for such films as Leave Her to Heaven (1945), Boomerang, Miracle on 34th Street and Gentleman's Agreement (all 1947) and A Letter to Three Wives (1949).
MGR Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam: The MGR MMK proved to be a flop. Bhagyaraj later joined All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam.
2007 Dellys bombing: The 2007 Dellys bombing occurred on September 8, 2007, when at least 30 people were killed and 47 injured in a suicide car bomb attack on an Algerian naval barracks in the town of Dellys, 100 km (62 mi) east of Algiers. The blast was carried out by two attackers who killed themselves in the attack. Al Qaeda's north Africa wing (Al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb) said it was behind the suicide attack. [1]
Wesleyan University: The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Peace of Alais: The Peace of Alais, sometimes called the Edict of Alès or the Edict of Grace, was a treaty signed between the Huguenots and King Louis XIII of France on 28 June 1629. It confirmed the basic principles of the Edict of Nantes, but differed in that it contained additional clauses, stating that the Huguenots no longer had political rights and further demanding they relinquish all cities and fortresses immediately. It ended the religious warring while granting the Huguenots amnesty and guaranteeing tolerance for the group. Unfortunately for the Hugenots, the Peace nor the Edict of Nantes lasted very long. Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes in 1685 and began a brutal persecution of the French Protestants.
University of Florida alumni: Alumni of University of Florida, USA. See list of University of Florida people for additional information.
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute: The institute is not open to the general public, but it has an open house once a year for the general public. Approximately 200 people work at MBARI—the operating budget is about $40,000,000 per year.
Buritizal: Coordinates: 22°11′28″S, 47°42′30″W Buritizal is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The population in 2003 is 3,611 and the area is 267.57 km². The elevation is 855 m.
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