Gerasimos Vlachos

Gerasimos Vlachos (1607–1685) was a Greek scholar of the Renaissance. He was born in Heraklion, Crete but migrated to Venice early on and was a student and associate of fellow Greek scholar Theophilos Korydaleus. He specialised in Greek philosophy and among his many writings was The Definitive Harmony of Things According to Greek Thinkers (Venice […]

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Japan National Route 451

National Route 451 国道451号 Route information Length: 116.5 km (72.4 mi) Highway system National highways of Japan Expressways of Japan National Route 451 is a national highway of Japan connecting Rumoi, Hokkaidō and Takikawa, Hokkaidō in Japan, with a total length of 116.5 km (72.39 mi). Wikimedia Commons has media related to Route 451 (Japan). This article relating to […]

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2014 IPP Open and the Orto-Lääkärit Open

2014 IPP Open and Orto-Lääkärit Open Date 10–16 November Edition 14th (men) 7th (women) Category ATP Challenger Tour (men) ITF Women’s Circuit (women) Prize money €42,500 (men) $10,000 (women) Surface Hard (indoor) Location Helsinki, Finland Champions Men’s Singles Jürgen Zopp Women’s Singles Amy Bowtell Men’s Doubles Henri Kontinen / Jarkko Nieminen Women’s Doubles Emma Laine / […]

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Misakubo Dam

Misakubo Dam Official name 水窪ダム Location Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan Coordinates 35°11′05″N 137°55′54″E / 35.18472°N 137.93167°E / 35.18472; 137.93167Coordinates: 35°11′05″N 137°55′54″E / 35.18472°N 137.93167°E / 35.18472; 137.93167 Construction began 1967 Opening date 1969 Operator(s) Electric Power Development Company Dam and spillways Impounds Tonaka River Height 105 meters Length 258 meters Reservoir Creates Misabuko Reservoir Total capacity 30,000,000 m³ Catchment area […]

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Benjamin Cohen

Benjamin Cohen may refer to: Sir Benjamin Cohen, 1st Baronet (1844–1909), British politician and Jewish communal leader, MP for Islington East, 1892–1906 Benjamin Victor Cohen (1894–1983), American political figure, member of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Brain Trust Benjamin Cohen (political economist) (born 1937), American professor of International Political Economy Benjamin Cohen (born 1972), French musician […]

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Ardeosaurus

Ardeosaurus Temporal range: Late Jurassic Fossil specimen Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Genus: †Ardeosaurus Meyer, 1860 Type species †Homeosaurus brevipes Meyer, 1855 Species †A. brevipes (Meyer, 1855) †A. digitalellus Grier, 1914 Ardeosaurus is an extinct genus of basal lizards, known from fossils found in the Late Jurassic Solnhofen Plattenkalk of […]

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Shirley Stovroff

Shirley Stovroff All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Catcher Born: (1931-03-18)March 18, 1931 Madison, Illinois Died: September 16, 1994(1994-09-16) (aged 63) Madison, Illinois Batted: right Threw: right Teams Springfield Sallies (1948[start]) South Bend Blue Sox (1948[end]–1952) Career highlights and awards Two-time Championship team (1951–1952) Four playoff appearances (1948–1949, 1951–1952) Shirley Stovroff [Stovie] (March 18, 1931 – September […]

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Architects (British band)

Architects Architects performing live in Germany in 2015. From left to right: Adam Christianson, Alex Dean, Dan Searle, Sam Carter and Tom Searle. Background information Origin Brighton, England, UK Genres Metalcore, post-hardcore Years active 2004–present Labels Epitaph, UNFD, New Damage, Century Media, Distort, Thirty Days of Night, United by Fate, In at the Deep End […]

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Oued Taga

This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Coordinates: 35°25′N 6°23′E / 35.417°N 6.383°E / 35.417; 6.383 Oued Taga وادي الطاقة ⵉⵖⵣⴻⵔ ⵏ ⵜⴰⴳⴰ Municipality headquarters of […]

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