Sam McCluskie

Sam McCluskie (11 August 1932–15 September 1995) was a British Labour Party politician and trade unionist. He came from Leith in Edinburgh. He followed Albert Booth as Treasurer of the Labour Party from 1984 to 1992. He was general secretary of the National Union of Seamen from 1986 up to …

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Ocys

Ocys Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera Suborder: Adephaga Family: Carabidae Genus: Ocys Stephens, 1828 Ocys is a genus of beetles in the family Carabidae, containing the following species:[1] Ocys andreae (Jeannel, 1937) Ocys beatricis Magrini, Cecchi & Lo Cascio, 1998 Ocys bedeli (Peyerimhoff, 1908) Ocys …

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Matthew (given name)

Matthew Gender Male Name day December 10th Origin Word/name Hebrew Meaning “Gift of Yahweh”[1] Other names Alternative spelling Mathew Nickname(s) Matt, Matty, Mattie Usage Most Common usage of Matthew or Mathew in the English-speaking world[2] Related names Matthias, Mathias, Mattias, Matias, Mattis, Matis, Mats, Mads Popularity see popular names Matthew …

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Universal church

The phrase universal church can refer to: Christian Church, the whole body of Christians collectively Roman Catholic Church (the word “catholic” means “universal”) Ecumenism Unitarian Universalism Universalism Universal Church of the Kingdom of God Universal Church of Truth This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Universal church. If …

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John Tuthill Bagot

John Bagot Member of the South Australian Parliament for Light In office 26 February 1857 – 12 March 1865 Serving with Carrington Smedley, William Maturin, David Shannon, Francis Dutton, John Rowe Preceded by New District Succeeded by Patrick Coglin Personal details Born (1819-02-15)15 February 1819 Died 13 August 1870(1870-08-13) (aged 51) Spouse(s) …

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Rhisnes (suburb)

For the near by village in the neighbouring municipality of La Bruyère, see Rhisnes (village). Coordinates: 50°29′28″N 4°47′53″E / 50.490989°N 4.798189°E / 50.490989; 4.798189 Rhisnes is a suburb of the Belgian city of Namur located in the Walloon Region in the province of Namur. The suburb is bounded on the …

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Shelton-Rich Farmstead

Shelton-Rich Farmstead U.S. National Register of Historic Places Nearest city Webb City, Arkansas Area 80 acres (32 ha) Built 1880 (1880) Architectural style Late Victorian, Folk Victorian NRHP Reference # 89001423[1] Added to NRHP November 20, 1989 The Shelton-Rich Farmstead is a historic farm property in rural Franklin County, Arkansas. The property consists of 80 …

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Zhou Lei

This is a Chinese name; the family name is Zhou. Zhou Lei (Chinese: 周雷) is a former world level badminton player from China who later coached in the United States. Career[edit] Primarily a doubles specialist, Zhou’s biggest badminton achievement was winning women’s doubles at the 1993 IBF World Championships in …

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Buariki (Aranuka)

Aranuka Map of Aranuka Geography Location Pacific Ocean Coordinates 0°09′N 173°35′E / 0.150°N 173.583°E / 0.150; 173.583 (Aranuka) Archipelago Gilbert Islands Area 13.228 km2 (5.107 sq mi) Highest elevation 3 m (10 ft) Administration Kiribati Demographics Population 1,057 (2010 Census) Pop. density 79.9 /km2 (206.9 /sq mi) Ethnic groups I-Kiribati 99.6% Additional information Buariki Capital Buariki Buariki is the …

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Avery, Idaho

Avery in the fall Hotel Idaho in Avery (1915) Avery is a small unincorporated community nestled in the St. Joe River Valley in Shoshone County, Idaho, United States. Avery is located in the middle of the St. Joe District of the Idaho Panhandle National Forest. Avery is a popular tourist …

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