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John Lathrop Aimers (born 1951 in Dublin, Ireland) is the founder and former long-time Dominion Chairman of the Monarchist League of Canada. He is an educator by profession and taught at a succession of private schools until 2006. He is a dual citizen of Canada and the United States. Contents 1 Education 2 Founding the Monarchist League 3 Political activities 4 Sexual abuse lawsuit 5 Notes 6 External links Education[edit] The son of an archite...

Hunejan هونجان village Hunejan Coordinates: 31°36′35″N 51°52′09″E / 31.60972°N 51.86917°E / 31.60972; 51.86917Coordinates: 31°36′35″N 51°52′09″E / 31.60972°N 51.86917°E / 31.60972; 51.86917 Country  Iran Province Isfahan County Shahreza Bakhsh Central Rural District Esfarjan Population (2006)  • Total 2,794 Time zone IRST (UTC+3:30)  • Summer (DST) IRDT (UTC+4:30) Hunejan (Persian: هونجان‎‎, also Romanized as Hūn...

Chaloner Chute (1632–1666) was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1659 and 1661. The Vyne Chute was the only surviving son of Chaloner Chute of Sutton Court, Chiswick, Middlesex and his first wife Anne Scory, daughter of Sir John Scory of Wormesley, Herefordshire He was baptised on 15 December 1632. He entered Middle Temple in 1645 and was called to the bar in 1656.[1] In 1659, Chute was elected Member of Parli...

This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. (August 2016) 1891 Atlanta Constitution article describing plans for the River Line The River Line was the last Atlanta streetcar line and ran from 1892 to 1949. The line ran from Downtown Atlanta via Marietta Street, over the Jones Avenue bridge to the...

Won by a Fish Directed by Mack Sennett Written by George Hennessy Distributed by General Film Company Release date April 22, 1912 Running time short Country USA Language Silent..English titles Won by a Fish is a 1912 silent film comedy directed by Mack Sennett and starring Mary Pickford. It was produced by the Biograph Company and released as split-reel with The Brave Hunter by General Film Company.[1] This film exists.[2] Cast[edit] Edward Di...

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Feliks Zamoyski Coat of arms Jelita Consort (?) Smoczek Anna Uhrowiecka Issue with Anna Uhrowiecka Florian Zamoyski Stanisław Zamoyski Family Zamoyski Father Florian Zamoyski Mother Anna Komorowska Born 15th century Died 1535 Feliks Zamoyski (died 1535) was a Polish nobleman (szlachcic). He became the voivode of Bełz Voivodeship in 1514, the Łowczy of Chełmno in 1517, and the Wojski of Chełmno, Tax collector (poborca) of Chełmno and Belz in 15...

4104 (number)
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← 4103 4104 4105 → List of numbers — Integers ← 0 1k 2k 3k 4k 5k 6k 7k 8k 9k → Cardinal four thousand one hundred four Ordinal 4104th (four thousand one hundred and fourth) Factorization 23× 33× 19 Roman numeral IVCIV Binary 10000000010002 Ternary 121220003 Quaternary 10000204 Quinary 1124045 Senary 310006 Octal 100108 Duodecimal 246012 Hexadecimal 100816 Vigesimal A5420 Base 36 36036 4104 is the second positive integer which can be ...

Thomas F. Olin
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Thomas F. Olin Born (1928-04-24)April 24, 1928 Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States Died October 30, 1996( 1996-10-30) Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States Nationality American Alma mater University of Michigan B.A. Economics (1952) Distinguished Military Graduate Occupation Executive Builder/Architect Foreign Relations Consultant Government Intelligence Employer Archway Cookies, Incorporated, Skidmore Construction Company, Centr...

Léopold Louis Joubert
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Léopold Louis Joubert Born (1842-02-22)22 February 1842 Saint-Herblon, France Died 27 May 1927(1927-05-27) (aged 85) Moba, Belgian Congo Nationality French Occupation Soldier Known for Defense of equatorial African missions Léopold Louis Joubertt (or Ludovic Joubert) (22 February 1842 – 27 May 1927) was a French soldier and lay missionary. He fought for the Papal States between 1860 and 1870 during the Italian unification, ...

John W. N. Watkins
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Watkins in 1985 The grave of John Watkins, Highgate Cemetery, London John William Nevill Watkins (31 July 1924, Woking, Surrey – 26 July 1999, Salcombe, Devon) was an English philosopher, a professor at the London School of Economics from 1966 until his retirement in 1989 and a prominent proponent of critical rationalism. Contents 1 Life 2 Military service 3 Academic career 4 Selected bibliography 4.1 Books 4.2 Essays 4.3 Archives 5 ...

2011 UK Open
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Speedy Hire UK Open Tournament information Dates 2–5 June 2011 Venue Reebok Stadium Location Bolton Country England Organisation(s) PDC Format Legs Final – best of 21 Prize fund £200,000 Winners share £40,000 Champion(s) James Wade «2010 2012» The 2011 Speedy Hire UK Open was the ninth year of the PDC darts tournament where, following numerous regional qualifying heats throughout Britain, players competed in a single elimination tour...

Kootenay West
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For the extant provincial electoral district, see Kootenay West (provincial electoral district). For the defunct provincial electoral district West Kootenay, which elected members to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in the 1890 election, see West Kootenay (provincial electoral district). Kootenay West British Columbia electoral district Defunct federal electoral district Legislature House of Commons District created 1914 ...

William de Montfort
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William de Montfort (also Mountfort) was an English medieval Canon law jurist, singer, dean, and university chancellor.[1] He was apparently the son of Peter de Montfort.[2] William de Montfort was a Professor or Doctor of Canon law.[3] He was Chantor at Hereford Cathedral. During 1282–3, he was Chancellor of the University of Oxford. From 1285–94 he was Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral in London. References[edit] ^ Hibbert, Christo...

1997–98 I-Divisioona season
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The 1997–98 I-Divisioona season was the 24th season of the I-Divisioona, the second level of Finnish ice hockey. 12 teams participated in the league, and Kärpät Oulu won the championship. The top six teams from the regular season qualified for the promition/relegation round of the SM-liiga. Regular season[edit] Club GP W T L GF-GA Pts 1. Kärpät Oulu 44 31 5 8 171:99 67 2. Hermes Kokkola 44 27 6 11 183:113 60 3. Pelicans Lahti 44 23 8...