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Maison Blanche: Maison Blanche was acquired in 1923 by City Stores Company, which merged Maison Blanche with Loveman's in 1950. City Stores Co. filed for bankruptcy in July 1979. While in bankruptcy, they initially intended to consolidate the seven Maison Blanche stores with four B. Lowenstein's stores in Memphis, Tennessee to form the Maison Blanche Department Stores group, but in early 1982 the Memphis stores were shuttered.
Steve Rubel: Steve Rubel is a public relations executive and blogger. While with the firm CooperKatz & Co., he advised clients on using blogs in their business strategy and started his own blog, Micro Persuasion, in 2004. The focus of his blog is the effect of blogging on the public relations industry.
Dinorwig: Today, the village shares its name with a pumped storage hydroelectric power station, Dinorwig power station
Lolums: The result was speedy delete. Addhoc (talk) 23:56, 11 January 2008 (UTC)
Angelina Ballerina: Angelina Ballerina is a fictional mouse, created by author Katharine Holabird and illustrator Helen Craig, who features in a popular series of children's books. The first book in the series was published in 1982, and there have since been over twenty books in the series.
Lame drivers: The result was Delete --JForget 00:54, 10 January 2008 (UTC)
American Civil Liberties Union v. Ashcroft: American Civil Liberties Union v. Ashcroft may refer to:
Krná: Krná is a village and municipality in the Poltár District in the Banská Bystrica Region of Slovakia.
Cold War by period: The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Burkinabé judges: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
USS Dominant: USS Dominant is a name used more than once by the U.S. Navy:
Scammon Bay, Alaska: The median income for a household in the city was $25,625, and the median income for a family was $25,938. Males had a median income of $36,875 versus $13,750 for females. The per capita income for the city was $7,719. About 30.2% of families and 37.4% of the population were below the poverty line, including 49.0% of those under age 18 and none of those age 65 or over.
Strobilomyces: Many more species have come to light from warmer countries. The mycologist E. J. H. Corner described several new species from Malaysia including S. mirandus [5].
Hungarian anti-communists: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
1025 establishments: Organizations, places or other things founded or established in the year 1025.
Alenia Aermacchi M-346: Aermacchi designs: MB-326  • MB-335  • MB-338  • MB-339  • MB-340  • M-311  • M-346
Larry Feldman: The result was speedily deleted (CSD A7). bd2412 T 19:55, 23 July 2006 (UTC)
Anders Petersen: Anders Petersen is a Scandinavian name and may refer to:
Hucknall Urban District: Hucknall was an urban district in Nottinghamshire, England, from 1894 to 1974.
Archdiocese of Seoul: The Archdiocese of Seoul (Korean: 서울대교구) is a particular church of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church comprising Seoul, South Korea. It is led by the prelature of the Archbishop of Seoul, the Metropolitan bishop, whose seat is at Myeongdong Cathedral in Myeongdong, Jung-gu, Seoul.
Old Union Crossing Covered Bridge: According to the current owners, the Old Union Crossing Covered Bridge dates back to the American Civil War...possibly between 1863 and 1864. It was built by Union Army troops over Otter Creek (not Ottery Creek in nearby Calhoun County), now a drybed located near the town of Lincoln in either Talladega County or Calhoun County. The bridge was used as an access route by Union forces throughout the war. It is unknown whether or not the bridge was open to motor traffic in later years. The Old Union Crossing Covered Bridge was purchased in 1972 by Jack Jones, original owner of Cloudmont Ski & Golf Resort, and moved north to Lookout Mountain near Mentone. The covered section was built over an existing steel cable bridge in 1980, replacing an earlier bridge built over the Little River fork in 1969. Initially, the covered section had slanted stringers only. It was later changed to vertical stringers with low-end exterior sides. Sources say the covered bridge was initially 42 feet (13 meters) in length. In comparison, the Tallasseehatchee Covered Bridge was 60 feet (18 meters)...a Multiple King-post truss construction built in 1908. Either way, only the center portion of the current bridge is covered and not the entire 90-foot span.
Elmer Beseler Harris: Born in Chilton County, Alabama to Alton and Lera Mae (Mitchell) Harris. After getting a B.S. degree in engineering from Auburn University in 1962, he began a 25 year career with the USAF and the ANG. After completing Air Force Flight School in 1964, he returned to Auburn to get both his M.S. in engineering (1968) and his M.B.A. (1970). He also attended the Air Command and Staff College at Maxwell Air Force Base in 1970 and the Air War College in 1985. He is a retired USAF Command Pilot and Brigadier General in the Alabama Air National Guard. Harris serves as Honorary Consul General of Japan. Harris was inducted into the Alabama Business Hall of Fame in 2007 as well as the Alabama Engineering Hall Of Fame in 1996.
Zak Sally: Zak Sally is a bassist and a comic artist. He was formerly the bassist for the band Low. He is native of Duluth, Minnesota, currently owns and operates his own press, La Mano, in Minneapolis. La Mano serves as a publisher for Sally's works as well as those of other comic artists including John Porcellino and William Schaff. Sally also had a cameo in the movie Shopgirl, as a member of the band Hot Tears.
Lawrence Gwozdz: Having been born with spina bifida, Gwozdz is also an advocate for arts for people with disabilities. Gwozdz is also known for his annotated translation of the book Das Saxophon by Jaap Kool from German into English. The book was published by Egon Publishers Ltd (Herts, England) in 1987.
Thomas Erpingham: "Erpingham’s appointment to the posts of warden of the Cinque Ports and constable of Dover Castle as well as his elevation to the Order of the Garter were made both as reflections of his martial prowess as well as in recognition of his loyalty to the House of Lancaster."
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