John Benjamin

John Benjamin may refer to: John F. Benjamin (1817–1877), U.S. Representative from Missouri John F. Benjamin (Medal of Honor), American Civil War soldier and Medal of Honor recipient John Oponjo Benjamin (born 1952), Sierra Leonean economist and politician See also[edit] Jon Benjamin (disambiguation) All pages with titles containing John Benjamin This disambiguation page lists articles…

Otočec

Otočec Šent Peter (until 1952) Otočec Location in Slovenia Coordinates: 45°50′9.68″N 15°13′5.92″E / 45.8360222°N 15.2183111°E / 45.8360222; 15.2183111Coordinates: 45°50′9.68″N 15°13′5.92″E / 45.8360222°N 15.2183111°E / 45.8360222; 15.2183111 Country Slovenia Traditional region Lower Carniola Statistical region Southeast Slovenia Municipality Novo Mesto Area  • Total 2.47 km2 (0.95 sq mi) Elevation 194.3 m (637.5 ft) Population (2002)  • Total 683 [1] Otočec Castle Otočec (pronounced [ɔˈtoːtʃəts])…

Blastobasis decolorella

Blastobasis decolorella Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Blastobasidae Genus: Blastobasis Species: B. decolorella Binomial name Blastobasis decolorella (Wollaston, 1858) Synonyms Laverna decolorella Wollaston, 1858 Blastobasis decolorella is a moth in the family Blastobasidae. It is found on Madeira and in Portugal.[1] Records from England and possibly also the Netherlands are…

List of ties for medals at the Olympics

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Alternative versions of Professor X

Alternate versions of Professor X Publisher Marvel Comics First appearance X-Men #1 (September 1963) Created by Stan Lee Jack Kirby See also Professor X in other media In addition to his mainstream incarnation, Professor X has had been depicted in other fictional universes. Contents 1 1602 2 Age of Apocalypse 3 Amalgam Comics 4 Deadpool…

Patrick Houston

Patrick Houston may refer to: Project Pat (Patrick Houston, born 1973), American rapper Patrick Houston (captain) (1837–1910), American state senator and military man This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

José Madriz

José Madriz Rodriguez (21 July 1867 – 14 May 1911) was the President of Nicaragua from 21 December 1909 to 20 August 1910. Madriz was born on 21 July 1867, in León, Nicaragua. After President José Santos Zelaya resigned on December 21, 1909 in the face of an armed Counter-Revolution and United States opposition, Madriz…

Jim McCloskey

Jim McCloskey Pitcher Born: (1910-05-26)May 26, 1910 Danville, Pennsylvania Died: August 18, 1971(1971-08-18) (aged 61) Jersey City, New Jersey Batted: Left Threw: Left MLB debut April 21, 1936, for the Boston Bees Last MLB appearance May 12, 1936, for the Boston Bees MLB statistics Win–loss record 0–0 Strikeouts 2 Earned run average 11.25 Teams Boston Bees (1936) James Ellwood “Irish” McCloskey (May…

Nītārtha Institute

Part of a series on Tibetan Buddhism Schools Nyingma Kagyu Sakya Gelug Jonang Rimé Kadam Glossary Three marks of existence Skandha Cosmology Saṃsāra Rebirth Bodhisattva Dharma Dependent origination Karma Key figures Gautama Buddha Padmasambhava Je Tsongkhapa Dalai Lama Panchen Lama Lama Karmapa Rinpoche Geshe Tertön Tulku Practices and attainment Buddhahood Avalokiteśvara Four stages of enlightenment…

Mariette Sully

Mariette Sully in 1910 Mariette Sully in André Messager’s Les p’tites Michu at the Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens in 1899 Mariette Sully was a Belgian soprano, born December 1874, died Paris, possibly in 1940,[1] who was principally active in operetta. Career[edit] After leaving school she began working in the theatre, making her debut at the…