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William Needles

George William Needles CM, LL.D, was an American-born Canadian actor and teacher. He was born in Yonkers, New York, and raised in Kitchener, Ontario. Needles member of the acting company of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival since its inception i ...

                                               

Harry Anderson

Harry Laverne Anderson was an American actor, comedian and magician. He is best known for the role of Judge Harry Stone on the 1984–92 television series Night Court. He was also known for his role as Richie Tozier in the 1990 Stephen King miniser ...

                                               

Howard Cosell

Howard William Cosell was an American sports journalist, movie and television actor, and writer. He was known for his sports announcing and for his roles in Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell, Bananas, Fol-de-Rol, and in Sleeper. Cosell was b ...

                                               

Kathryn Grayson

Kathryn Grayson was an American actress and operatic soprano singer. Grayson trained as an opera singer starting at age 12. She was under contract to MGM by the early 1940s. Most of her work was in musicals. She was the lead in movies such as Tho ...

                                               

Togo D. West Jr.

Togo Dennis West Jr. was an attorney and public official who was the third United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs. He was picked by President Bill Clinton on January 27, 1998, during Clintons second term, and was confirmed by the United Stat ...

                                               

Jan Maxwell

Janice Elaine Maxwell was an American stage and television actress. She was a five-time Tony Award nominee and two-time Drama Desk Award winner. She was born in Fargo, North Dakota. Maxwell was known for her performance in the musical Chitty Bang ...

                                               

Nelson Eddy

Nelson Ackerman Eddy was an American singer, baritone and actor. He appeared in 19 musical movies during the 1930s and 1940s. He was born in Providence, Rhode Island. From 1939 to 1967, he was married to Ann Denitz Franklin. However, he was in a ...

                                               

David Hedison

Albert David Hedison Jr. was an American actor. In 1959, he starred as Victor Sebastian in the short-lived espionage television series Five Fingers. He was known for his role as Captain Lee Crane in Irwin Allens television series Voyage to the Bo ...

                                               

H. P. Lovecraft

Howard Phillips Lovecraft was an American author of fantasy, horror and science fiction. He wrote many scary short stories. These often were about odd creatures that Lovecraft made up by himself or with his friends, including August Derleth, who ...

                                               

Pat Toomey

Pat Toomey is an American politician. On January 3, 2011, he became the junior U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania. He was in the United States House of Representatives from 1999 to 2005. On October 4, 2020, Toomey announced that he will not run for r ...

                                               

Alice Childress

Alice Childress was an American actress, novelist and playwright. She was called "the only African American woman to have written, produced and published plays for four decades." Childress was later involved in social causes. She formed an off-Br ...

                                               

Grimke sisters

Sarah Grimke and Angelina Grimke Weld, known as the Grimke sisters, were 19th-century American Quakers, educators and writers who supported abolitionism and womens rights. The Grimke sisters were born in Charleston, South Carolina, USA. Sarah Moo ...

                                               

Fritz Hollings

Ernest Frederick Fritz Hollings was an American politician. Hollings served as a Democratic United States Senator from South Carolina from 1966 to 2005, as well as the 106th Governor of South Carolina and the 77th Lieutenant Governor. He served 3 ...

                                               

Robert Jordan

Robert Jordan was the pen or writing name of the American fantasy author James Oliver Rigney Jr. He was most famous for writing the long, epic fanasy series The Wheel of Time. He died from amyloidosis before he was able to finish the series. The ...

                                               

Rudolf Anderson

Rudolf Anderson Jr., was a pilot and commissioned officer in the United States Air Force. Rudolf Anderson Jr. was the only person killed by enemy fire during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Anderson died when his U-2 spy aircraft was shot down over Cub ...

                                               

John B. Watson

John Broadus Watson was an American psychologist. He established the psychological school of behaviorism, after doing research on animal behavior. This school was extremely influential in the middle of the 20th century, when B.F. Skinner develope ...

                                               

George A. Miller

George Armitrage Miller was one of the founders of cognitive psychology in the 20th century. He studied thinking, language, and memory. Miller found out that if you ask people to remember a list of words or numbers, most people can remember only ...

                                               

Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park

Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park is a national park of Australia. It is in the Northern Territory, 440 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs. The park surrounds the two huge rock formations after which it is named: Uluṟu and Kata Tjuṯa.

                                               

Australian Fossil Mammal Sites (Riversleigh)

Riversleigh in north west Queensland, Australia, is one of the Australian Fossil Mammal Sites listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The other is the Naracoorte Caves National Park in South Australia. The Riversleigh site is part of the Boodj ...

                                               

Southwest National Park

The Southwest National Park is a 618.267-hectare national park in the south-west of Tasmania, Australia. The park is the largest in Tasmania and is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The eastern side of the park is 93 kilometre ...

                                               

Snowy River National Park

Snowy River National Park is a national park in Victoria, 323 km east of Melbourne. The park includes much of the Snowy River. A lot of the park is a protected wilderness area, with no access for vehicles. The park in the Little River Gorge area, ...

                                               

Okazaki, Aichi

In the Edo period, Fujikawa-shuku was one of the fifty-three shogunate-maintained waystations shuku-eki along the Tōkaidō road which connected Edo and Kyoto.

                                               

Akita, Akita

Akita has been one of the most important cities in the Tōhoku region since ancient times. The Ashina clan held this part of northern Japan Mutsu Province in the 15-16th centuries. The Satake clan built Akita Castle in 1604. The modern city of Aki ...

                                               

Aomori, Aomori

Aomori is the capital city of Aomori Prefecture. It is southwest of the town of Hiranai. It is a coastal city, and is near the Mutsu-wan. It has been recognized as a core city since 2006.

                                               

Hachinohe, Aomori

Hachinohe is a Japanese city in Aomori Prefecture on the island of Honshu. It has been recognized as a special city since 2001. About 240.000 people live in Hachinohe. Hacnihone is in a part of Japan called the Tohoku region. It faces the Pacific ...

                                               

Chiba, Chiba

Chiba is a Japanese city in Chiba Prefecture on the island of Honshu. It is the capital city of the prefecture. It is about 40 kilometres southeast of the center of Tokyo near the Tokyo Bay. It has been recognized as a city designated by governme ...

                                               

Ichikawa, Chiba

Ichikawa is a city in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It is on the island of Honshū. It is just to the east of Tokyo. There are a lot of schools and universities there. Ichikawa station is between Koiwa and Motoyawata Stations on the Chūō-Sōbu Line.

                                               

Ōtaki, Chiba

Ōtaki is a town in Isumi District, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Ōtaki is at the middle of the Bōsō Peninsula. The town was the home of general Honda Tadakatsu during the Edo period. He built a large castle, Ōtaki Castle. The town had a population of ...

                                               

Matsuyama, Ehime

Matsuyama is the capital city of Ehime Prefecture in Japan. Matsuyama is on the northwest coast of Shikoku. It has been recognized as a core city since 2000.

                                               

Fukui, Fukui

Fukui City is the capital city of Fukui prefecture in Japan. It became a core city of Japan in 2019. As of July 2020, there are 262.245 people living there. The land area is 275.381.842 square kilometers. From the Meiji period, the silk fabrics i ...

                                               

Obama, Fukui

Obama has a humid subtropical climate characterized by warm, wet summers and cold winters with heavy snowfall. The average annual temperature in Obama is 14.9 °C. The average annual rainfall is 2005 mm with September as the wettest month.The temp ...

                                               

Sabae, Fukui

Sabae is a city in Japan. Sabae is part of Fukui Prefecture. The city had an estimated population of 69.338 as of 1 June 2018. The population density is 820 persons per km².

                                               

Dazaifu, Fukuoka

Dazaifu is a city in the Japanese prefecture of Fukuoka. It has a population of 67.428. The city was founded on April 1, 1982, but it has been historically important for around a thousand years.

                                               

Fukuoka, Fukuoka

Fukuoka is a Japanese city in Fukuoka Prefecture on the island of Kyushu. It is the capital city of the prefecture. It has been recognized as a city designated by government ordinance since 1992.

                                               

Gifu

Gifu is a city in the Chūbu region of Japan on the island of Honshu. It is the capital city of Gifu Prefecture. It has been recognized as a core city since 1996.

                                               

Maebashi, Gunma

Maebashi is a Japanese city in the Kantō region on the island of Honshu. It is the capital city of Gunma Prefecture. It has been recognized as a core city since 2009.

                                               

Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima

During the reign of Emperor Shōmu, a system of provincial Buddhist temples or Kokubun-ji 国分寺 were established, including one at Saijō in what is today Higashihiroshima. In 1973, Hiroshima University established a campus at Higashihiroshima. In ...

                                               

Kure, Hiroshima

1903: Kure Naval Arsenal established. 1902: City of Kure created from merger of Washō, Futagawa, Miyahara and Sōyamada. 1894: Imperial Diet met at Kure. 1889: Kure Army base established.

                                               

Kobe, Hyōgo

For the basketball player, see Kobe Bryant. Kobe is a city in the Kansai region of Japan on the island of Honshu. It is the capital city of Hyōgo Prefecture. Kobe is an important port city in the Kansai district of Western Japan. It is between th ...

                                               

Nishinomiya, Hyōgo

Nishinomiya is a city in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is in the Kansai region of Japan and has a population of 483.598. It has been recognized as a core city since 2008.

                                               

Sumoto, Hyōgo

Sumoto is a city on Awaji Island in Hyōgo, Japan. The city was founded on February 11, 1940. Sumoto city is famous for many foods, for example: Awaji onions, Naruto oranges, and Kobe Beef.

                                               

Kashima, Ibaraki

2002 The World Cup was held in the Kajima stadium. 1970 Kashima Line started business. 1993 Kashima Soccer Stadium was built. 1995 Kajima town became Kajima City. 1985 Kashima-Rinkai Railway Oarai Kashima Line started business.

                                               

Kanazawa, Ishikawa

Kanazawa is a Japanese city in Ishikawa Prefecture on the island of Honshu. It is the capital city of the prefecture. It has been recognized as a core city since 1996.

                                               

Ichinoseki, Iwate

Ichinoseki is a city in the south of Iwate Prefecture, Japan and on the Iwai River. After Morioka and Ōshū, it is the third largest city in the prefecture.

                                               

Miyako, Iwate

Miyako is a city in Iwate Prefecture, Japan. It was founded on February 11, 1941. The city is along the coast where the Hei River 閉伊川, Heigawa flows into the Pacific Ocean. It is connected to Morioka by an east-west train line and highway and ...

                                               

Morioka, Iwate

Morioka is a city in the Tōhoku region of Japan on the island of Honshu. It is the capital city of Iwate Prefecture. It has been recognized as a core city since 2008.

                                               

Ōfunato, Iwate

Ōfunato is a city in southeastern Iwate, Japan. The city of Ōfunato was originally part of the ancient Mutsu Province. It has been settled since the Jōmon period. The modern village of Ōfunato was made within Kesen District, Iwate on April 1, 188 ...

                                               

Rikuzentakata, Iwate

Rikuzentakata is a city in Iwate, Japan. The 2010 census counted 23.302 people living in the city. 2005 showed 24.709. The city was founded on January 1, 1955. Much of the city was heavily damaged by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.

                                               

Takamatsu, Kagawa

Takamatsu is the capital city of Kagawa Prefecture in Japan. Takamatsu is on the Inland Sea coast of Shikoku in Japan. It has been recognized as a core city since 1999.

                                               

Kagoshima, Kagoshima

Kagoshima is a Japanese city in Kagoshima Prefecture on the island of Kyushu. It is the capital city of the prefecture. Kagoshima is at the southwestern tip of Kyūshū. It has been recognized as a core city since 1996.

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