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Ambrose Weekes

Anglicanism portal Ambrose Weekes Suffragan Bishop in Europe and vicar-general Diocese Diocese in Europe In office 1980–1986 Predecessor Himself (as Assistant Bishop) Other posts Chaplain of the Fleet (1969–1972) Dean of Gibraltar (1973–1977) Assistant Bishop and vicar-general (Gibraltar & Fulham, 1977–1980) Orders Ordination 1942 (deacon); 1943 (priest) by Christopher Chavasse Consecration 1977 by Gerald Ellison Personal details Born (1919-04-25)25 April 1919 Died 24 April 2012(2012-04-24) (aged 92) Smithfield, City of London, United Kingdom Nationality British Denomination Anglo-Catholic Parents William & Ethel Alma mater King's College, London Ambrose Walter

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ISO 3166-2:NU

This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Main article: ISO 3166-2 ISO 3166-2:NU is the entry for Niue in ISO 3166-2, part of

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Antoine Frédéric Spring

Antoine Frédéric Spring Antoine Frédéric Spring (8 April 1814 in Gerolsbach, Bavaria – 17 January 1872) was a German-born, Belgian physician and botanist. He studied botany and medicine at the University of Munich, obtaining his PhD in 1835 and his medical doctorate during the following year. From 1839 to 1872 he was

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Finnery River

Finnery River Native name An Fhionnúraigh Country Ireland Basin Main source Hillfarm, Narraghmore, County Kildare 87 m (285 ft) River mouth Celtic Sea at Waterford Harbour via River Barrow Basin size 89.1 km2 (34.4 sq mi) Features Tributaries Right: Tully Stream The Finnery River (Irish: An Fhionnúraigh[1]), also called the Boherbaun River,[2][3] is a depositing lowland river that flows through the county of Kildare in Ireland. It is a tributary of the

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Sammy Curran (baseball)

Sammy Curran Pitcher Born: (1874-10-30)October 30, 1874 Dorchester, Massachusetts Died: May 19, 1936(1936-05-19) (aged 61) Dorchester, Massachusetts Batted: Unknown Threw: Left MLB debut August 1, 1902, for the Boston Beaneaters Last MLB appearance August 1, 1902, for the Boston Beaneaters MLB statistics Win–loss record 0-0 Earned run average 1.35 Strikeouts 3 Teams Boston Beaneaters (1902) Simon Francis Curran (1874–1936) was a Major League Baseball pitcher. He played for the Boston Beaneaters of the National League in one game

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Van Buren Lake

Van Buren Lake is a lake in Hancock County, Ohio, in the United States.[1] The lake is formed by a dam on Rocky Ford Creek. Van Buren Lake was named for Martin Van Buren, 8th President of the United States.[2] See also[edit] List of lakes in Ohio References[edit] ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information

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