The Most Honourable Marquess of Queensberry Lord Queensberry, then Viscount Drumlanrig, during the First World War Scottish representative peer in the House of Lords In office 16 November 1922 – 10 May 1929 Personal details Born (1896-01-17)17 January 1896 Kingston upon Thames, Surrey Died 27 April 1954(1954-04-27) (aged 58) Folkestone, Kent Nationality  England Spouse(s) Irene Richards (m. 1917; div. 1925) Cathleen Mann (m. 1926; div. 1946) Muriel Thornett (m. 1946) Children Lady Patricia Sybil David Douglas, 12th Marquess of Queensberry Lady Jane Katherine Lord Gawain Archibald Parents Percy Douglas, 10th Marquess of Queensberry Anna Maria Walters Alma mater Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Religion Roman Catholic Awards 1914–15 Star British War Medal VictoryRead More →

King of Huainan (淮南王) was a noble title during the Han dynasty in China. It was created by Liu Bang, King of Han, later Emperor Gao of Han in 202 BC for Ying Bu (英布), former King of Jiujiang. Ying Bu rebelled against Emperor Gao of Han in 196 BC and was killed in action. The title of Prince of Huainan was later conferred upon several people, the earliest being Liu Zhang (劉長), the youngest son of Liu Bang. Since Huainan is a rich and important patch of territory, the Princes were invariably men of power and most met with untimely deaths because they eitherRead More →

The Former Church of St Mary, Wythall The Former Church of St. Mary, Wythall Coordinates: 52°22′16.32″N 1°53′39.13″W / 52.3712000°N 1.8942028°W / 52.3712000; -1.8942028 Location Wythall Country England Denomination Church of England Administration Parish Wythall Diocese Anglican Diocese of Birmingham The Former Church of St Mary, Wythall is a Grade II listed redundant parish church in the Church of England in Wythall, Worcestershire.[1] Contents 1 History 2 Organ 3 Churchyard 4 References History[edit] The church was built in 1862 by Frederick Preedy. The landmark tower was added in 1908 by William Bidlake, the gift of the Misses Mynors in memory of their parents. The font wasRead More →

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Lindo and the second or maternal family name is Biondi. Jimena Lindo Born Jimena Estefanía Lindo Biondi (1976-12-09) December 9, 1976 (age 40) Lima, Peru Occupation Actress Years active 1996–present Children 1 Jimena Estefanía Lindo Biondi (born 9 December 1976) is a Peruvian actress, dancer and TV presenter descending from Italian roots. Contents 1 Life and career 2 Filmography 2.1 Films 2.2 Television 3 References 4 External links Life and career[edit] Daughter of Enrique Lindo and Ana María Biondi. She studied at the Peruvian-German School Alexander von Humboldt, where she showed a vocation for artisticRead More →

1987–88 Algerian Cup Country  Algeria Defending champions USM El Harrach Champions USM Alger (secound title) Runners-up CR Belcourt ← 1986–87 1988–89 → The 1987–88 Algerian Cup was the 26th edition of the Algerian Cup. USM Alger won the Cup by defeating CR Belcourt 5-4 on penalties in the final, after the game ended 0-0. It was USM Alger secound Algerian Cup in its history. Contents 1 Round of 64 2 Round of 32 3 Round of 16 4 Quarter-finals 5 Semi-finals 6 Final 7 Champions 8 External links Round of 64[edit] This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (October 2014) RoundRead More →

WYCE City Wyoming, Michigan Broadcast area Grand Rapids, Michigan West Michigan Branding Independent Community Radio for West Michigan Slogan A World of Music. Listener-sponsored, Volunteer Powered. Frequency 88.1 MHz First air date 1983 Format Public: Non-commercial Adult Album Alternative Power 10,000 watts Class B1 Affiliations GRCMC.org Owner Grand Rapids Community Media Center Webcast Listen Live (web, winamp, itunes) Website WYCE.org WYCE (88.1 FM) is an American community radio station, broadcasting a noncommercial, Triple A format. The station’s music is programmed by volunteers, drawing from a diverse library of eclectic music, primarily folk, rock, blues, worldbeat and jazz music, with some emphasis on local musicians. ContentsRead More →

Tallinn University of Applied Sciences Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool Tallinn University of Applied Sciences building in Uus Maailm Motto Usus Est Magister Optimus Type Public Established 1915 Rector Enno Lend Location Tallinn, Estonia 59°25′35.38″N 24°44′29.34″E / 59.4264944°N 24.7414833°E / 59.4264944; 24.7414833Coordinates: 59°25′35.38″N 24°44′29.34″E / 59.4264944°N 24.7414833°E / 59.4264944; 24.7414833 Website www.tktk.ee Tallinn University of Applied Sciences (Estonian: Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool; TTK) is a vocational university in Tallinn, Estonia, founded in 1992. It provides higher education in the field of engineering. Tallinn College of Engineering is a legal successor of the Tallinn Technical Secondary School for Building and Mechanics established in 1962, that itself was build upon Tallinn CommercialRead More →

Georgios Roilos, self-portrait Georgios Roilos (Greek: Γεώργιος Ροϊλός; 1867 – 28 August 1928) was one of the most important and influential Greek painters of the late 19th-early 20th century. He belonged to the so-called “Munich School”. His major works include historical topics, portraits, and scenes of everyday life. One of his most famous paintings is “The Poets”, which depicts some of the most important representatives of the New Athenian school of poetry, also known as the Generation of 1880.[1][2] Contents 1 Art studies 2 Career 3 Family 4 Notes 5 References Art studies[edit] Born in Stemnitsa, Roilos began his studies at the School of FineRead More →

St. Lucie County Public Schools Address 4204 Okeechobee Rd. Fort Pierce, Florida 34947 Information Superintendent E. Wayne Gent Enrollment 40,000 [1] Language English Area St. Lucie County, Florida Website http://www.stlucie.k12.fl.us/ St. Lucie County Public Schools is the branding for St. Lucie County School District, which is the school district that manages schools in St. Lucie County, Florida, USA. Whereas, the total staff in the district consists of over 6,500 teachers and 2,300 administration staff. Contents 1 Schools 1.1 Elementary schools 1.2 K-8 schools 1.3 Middle schools 1.4 High schools 2 Higher education 3 References 4 External links Schools[edit] Elementary schools[edit] Bayshore Elementary C.A. Moore ElementaryRead More →

“London streets are paved with gold” is a saying that came from the 19th century story of Dick Whittington and his cat, loosely based on the 14th century Lord Mayor of London, Richard Whittington. The saying, which expresses the idea of a “land of opportunity”, is partly ironic, since Dick Whittington found when he went to London that the streets were in fact grimy and poverty stricken. The second irony was that with persistence, belief, and luck, Whittington was able to become successful.[1] The origin of the phrase may be Revelation 12:21, where the New Jerusalem is described: “The twelve gates were twelve pearls, andRead More →