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Barricade (disambiguation)

A barricade is an object used to control, block passage, or force the flow of traffic in the desired direction. Barricade or barricades may also refer to:

Jean de Luxembourg

Jean de Luxembourg or John of Luxembourg may refer to: Jean de Luxembourg 1400-1466, Admiral of Flanders John I, Lord of Ligny 1313-1364, Count of Ligny John of Bohemia 1296-1346, King of Bohemia and Count of Luxembourg. John of Luxembourg, Lord ...

Fernando Gomez

Fernando Gomez may refer to: Fernando R. Gomez born 1940, founder of the Museo de Historia del Mormonismo en Mexico Fernando Gomez-Bezares born 1956, Spanish economist Fernando Gomez footballer, born 1965, Spanish retired footballer Fernando Gome ...

Rossum

Emmy Rossum born 1986, an American actress and singer-songwriter Kristin Rossum born 1976, an American convicted of murdering her husband Allen Rossum born 1975, an American football cornerback and return specialist

Blackface (disambiguation)

Fender Blackface Amplifiers Blackface Naija, or just Blackface, Nigerian dancehall, ragga and reggae singer and songwriter and former member of the Nigerian band Plantashun Boyz Black Face band, an American hardcore punk band Blackface album, by Shai

Tordenskiold Oak

The Tordenskiold Oak in Kjolhalskogen in Horten, Norway is one of the oldest trees in Norway. The tree trunk is very hollow, so the tree is almost split in two. The oak was protected by a royal decree on December 9, 1921. It is not possible to sa ...

Tangaroa (disambiguation)

Modicus tangaroa, a clingfish of family Gobiesocidae Anatoma tangaroa, a sea snail of family Anatomidae Hirtomurex tangaroa, a sea snail of family Muricidae Tangaroa spider, a genus of uloborid spiders Bathymodiolus tangaroa, a mussel of family M ...

Kronstadt (disambiguation)

Kronstadt can refer to: Kronstadt, Russia, a port city in Kronshtadtsky District of the federal city of St. Petersburg, located on Kotlin Island, 30 kilometers 19 mi west of Saint Petersburg proper near the head of the Gulf of Finland It may also ...

PCOE

PCOE, PCoE or P.C.o.E. may refer to: Parshvanath College of Engineering, an engineering college located in Thane west in Maharashtra state of India, and affiliated to the University of Mumbai. Pharmacy Centric Order Entry, used for electronically ...

Guadarrama (disambiguation)

Guadarrama may refer to: Geography: Guadarrama Pass Guadarrama Tunnel Sierra de Guadarrama, a mountain range in the Central System, Spain Guadarrama National Park Guadarrama river, Spain Guadarrama, a municipality in Spain People: Sonny Guadarram ...

Tribunals of Inquiry (Evidence) Act 1921

The Tribunals of Inquiry Act 1921 was an Act of Parliament in the United Kingdom, now repealed, which set out the powers and functions of certain Tribunals of Inquiry along with the procedures for the taking of evidence. The Act did not give blan ...

Rijo

Audris Rijo b. 1985, a Dominican professional model and actress Wanda Rijo b. 1979, a Dominican former weightlifter Jose Rijo b. 1965, a Dominican former baseball player Luis Rijo 1927–2001, a Uruguayan footballer Washington Garcia Rijo 1921–2010 ...

10th Central Committee

10th Central Committee may refer to: 10th Central Committee of the Hungarian Socialist Workers Party, 1970–1975 10th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, 1973–1977 10th Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party, 1971–1976 1 ...

Code of the West

Code of the West may refer to: Code of the West 1925 film, a 1925 American Western silent film Code of the West 2012 film, an American 2012 documentary film The Code of the West, a 1934 novel by Zane Grey Code of the West 1947 film, based on the ...

World Federation of Agricultural Workers

The World Federation of Agricultural Workers was a global union federation bringing together unions representing workers in agriculture industries. The federation was established on 27 April 1921 at a meeting in The Hague. Initially named the Int ...

Kusha Petts

Petts was born in London and studied fine art at the University of Reading between 1939 and 1944 and then taught in Chesterfield for a year before returning to London to teach at St Pauls Girls School until 1947. That year she married the artist ...

Rank and File Mobilising Committee

The Rank and File Mobilising Committee was an umbrella group which coordinated left wing groups to campaign for increased democracy within the Labour Party. The RFMC operated from 1980 to 1981, during which time it defended the mandatory reselect ...

Foreign Devil

One Foreign Devil, by Lawrence Earl 1962 Foreign Devils, book on Hollywood by Gabor Gergely 2012 Foreign Devil Harris novel by Christine Harris 1999 A Foreign Devil in China, the story of Dr. L. Nelson Bell, an American surgeon in China by John P ...

Asphodel

The genus Asphodelus Asphodeline lutea, the yellow asphodel Members of several botanical genera, especially Asphodelus ramosus Narthecium americanum, the bog asphodel US Asphodelus aestivus, Mediterranean basin Narthecium ossifragum, the bog asph ...

Lawrence Roberts

Lawrence Roberts may refer to: Lawrence Roberts scientist 1937–2018, one of the "fathers" of the Internet Lawrence E. Roberts 1922–2004, pilot with the Tuskegee Airmen Lawrence Roberts politician born 1941, Pennsylvania politician Lawrence Robert ...

Haqqani

Haqqani network, an insurgent group in Afghanistan and Pakistan Haghani School also Haqqani, a Shii school of thought philosophy Naqshbandi#Naqshbandi Haqqani Bhagdadi Golden Chain, the lineage of a Sufi Naqshbandi religion order Haqqani Anjuman, ...

Brian Stewart

Brian Stewart may refer to: Brian Stewart archaeologist born 1978, anthropological archaeologist Brian Stewart American football born 1964, defensive coordinator Brian W. Stewart born 1957, member of the Illinois General Assembly for the 89th dis ...

Landesrat

Landesrat of the land) is a German language designation of offices or institutions in government or administration In Austria: a member of the Landesregierung government in one of the States of Austria A similar office in the Politics of Trentino ...

Asgar

Asgar may refer to: Asgar, Bam Emamzadeh Asgar Asgar stylist born 1955, celebrity hair stylist Asgar Abade Kooh Asgar Khani Kamal Asgar 1922–2012, AB, BS, ChE, MS, PhD, was the Professor of Dentistry in the Department of Biomaterials, University ...

Knock

Knock, East Frisia, Germany Knock, Cumbria, England

Giuseppe Laigueglia

Giuseppe Laigueglia was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See in 1950 and the Roman Curia.

Cruzeiro do Sul

Cruzeiro do Sul is the name of the Southern Cross constellation in Portuguese. It may refer to any of the following: Cruzeiro do Sul, a 1922 picture by Jorge Colaço, representing a Portuguese ship navigating by the stars in the Southern Cross, ex ...

Frontier Force

Frontier Force usually means any of a Paramilitary type border security or border guard, it can mean any of the following: Transjordan Frontier Force 12th Frontier Force Regiment, part of the British Indian Army 5 Gorkha Rifles Frontier Force, pa ...

DEK

Dek or DEK may refer to: German Evangelical Church in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia DEK gene, a human gene Diethyl ketone, a flammable chemical Dek language Deutsche Einheitskurzschrift, a German stenography system Dek, Qazvin, a village in Iran D ...

Havel (disambiguation)

Vaclav Havel 1936–2011, last president of Czechoslovakia and first president of the Czech Republic Joseph Havel born 1954, modernist American sculptor Daniel Havel, Czech sprint canoeist Vaclav Havel canoeist 1920–1979, Czech canoeist Hippolyte H ...

Tony Binder

He was born out of wedlock, and baptized a Catholic. Information regarding his early artistic career varies, but it is generally believed that he studied in Vienna and Munich, although he may have been self-taught. In 1890, he made a visit to Egy ...

Christchurch (disambiguation)

Christchurch Central, the current electorate of Christchurch in New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand Christchurch New Zealand electorate, a former electorate in New Zealand, also called Town or City of Christchurch Christchurch UK Parliament con ...

Smyrna (disambiguation)

Theon of Smyrna ca. 70–ca. 135, a Greek philosopher Chaka of Smyrna, 11th century Turkish emir Nymphidianus of Smyrna, a Neoplatonist and sophist who lived in the time of the emperor Julian Bion of Smyrna, a Greek poet Hermippus of Smyrna, a Peri ...

Peter Wong

Peter Wong may refer to: Peter Wong Canadian politician 1931–1998, Canadian municipal politician in Sudbury, Ontario Peter C. Wong 1922–1989, member of the Executive Council and Legislative Council of Hong Kong Peter Wong sports commentator born ...

Leslie Williams

Leslie Williams may refer to: Leslie Williams Archdeacon of Chester born 1919, Archdeacon of Chester, 1975–1988 L. Pearce Williams born 1927, professor of the history of science at Cornell University The Leslie Williams Award for Best and Fairest ...

The Adventurer

The Adventurer 1917 film, a short comedy film written and directed by Charlie Chaplin The Adventurer TV series, a 1972 British TV series The Adventurer 1920 film, starring William Farnum The Adventurer 1928 film, an American adventure film direct ...

Shahu

Shahu may refer to: Shahu in Longganhu Administrative District, Huanggang, Hubei, China Shahu District, an administrative subdivision of Iran Shahu I, Maratha king Shahu Sand Lake, a lake surrounded by Wuchang District in Hongshan District, Wuhan ...

Toot

Toot Oilfield, an oil field in northern Pakistan Mount Victoria Tunnel, a road tunnel in Wellington, New Zealand, colloquially known as "Toot Tunnel" Toot Sahib, a temple in Amritsar, Punjab, India Toot or Tut, Markazi, a village in Iran

Ri Jong-san

He was born in China in 1922, He worked with Kim Il-sung as the first generation of anti-Japanese mountain guerrilla. Under Kim Il-Sung, he served as Lieutenant General, Gunsu-Dong-Won, etc., and was promoted to Vice Marshal of the Korean Peoples ...

Anahuac

Anahuac, Texas Lake Anahuac, Texas Anahuac Formation, Texas

Perpetua (disambiguation)

Perpetua may refer to: Perpetua, a Christian noblewoman and writer martyred in 203, often venerated within a duo, Perpetua and Felicity Esto perpetua, the state motto of Idaho The Passion of Perpetua and Felicity, an account partially written by ...

Juan Aurich (disambiguation)

Juan Aurich is the name of several football clubs from Chiclayo, Peru. Juan Aurich de La Victoria, founded in 2005 following the dissolution of Juan Aurich de Chiclayo and currently plays in the first division Juan Aurich de Chiclayo, founded in ...

KKU

KKU or kku may refer to: King Khalid University, a public university in Abha, Saudi Arabia Ekuk Airport IATA FID, the IATA code for the airport in Ekuk, Alaska K. K. University, a university in Bihar, India Kuapa Kokoo Farmers Union, a 1993 Ghana ...

Colin Wilson (disambiguation)

Colin Wilson is a British writer. Colin Wilson may also refer to: Colin Wilson ice hockey born 1989, American ice hockey player Colin J. N. Wilson, volcanologist at the Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand Colin James Wilson 1922–1993, N ...

Lord High Constable

There are two current and one former royal offices in the United Kingdom of Lord High Constable: The Lord High Constable of Scotland, a hereditary, now ceremonial, office of Scotland The Lord High Constable of Ireland, office abolished after the ...

Shining Star

"Shining Star" Nami Tamaki song "Shining Star" INXS song "Shining Star", a song by Rend Collective Experiment from Homemade Worship by Handmade People "Shining Star" The Manhattans song "Shining Star", a song by Bebe Rexha from Expectations "Shin ...

Jolly (disambiguation)

In the United States Jolly, Missouri, an unincorporated community Jolly, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Jolley, Iowa, a city Jolly, Texas, a city Jolly, Georgia, an unincorporated community Elsewhere Jouli or Jolly, Uttar Pradesh, India, a ...

Khmelnytsky (disambiguation)

Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine – the administrative center of Khmelnytskyi Oblast, formerly Proskuriv Proskurov Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Raion – a raion of Kiev Oblast of Ukraine Khmelnytskyi Oblast – an oblast province of Ukraine Khmelnytskyi Raion – a ra ...

Carlos Julio Pereyra

Carlos Julio Pereyra was a Uruguayan schoolteacher, author and politician belonging to the National Party. Pereyra was born in Rocha. He had a long political career, serving as representative and longtime senator. In the 1971 elections he was the ...

11th Central Committee

11th Central Committee may refer to: 11th Central Committee of the Russian Communist Party Bolsheviks, 1922–1923 11th Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, 1974–1979 11th Central Committee of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia, 1 ...