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Gin, Anatoly Alexandrovich

Anatoly Alexandrovich Gin (born April 16, 1958, Kharkiv, Ukrainian SSR, USSR) is a TRIZ specialist, TRIZ master, and teacher. General Director of the Autonomous Non-Profit Organization for Promoting …

Jaimes Freire, Ricardo

Ricardo Jaimes Freyre (May 12, 1868 — April 24, 1933) was a Bolivian poet, diplomat, educator, and one of the founders of the new Latin American poetry. He was an ambassador to Brazil and the United …

Kotsur, Andrey Olegovich

Andrey Olegovich Kotsur (September 11, 1982 (1982-09-11), Minsk, Byelorussian SSR, USSR) is a Belarusian Muay Thai and kickboxing fighter. Master of Sports of international class. He has been trainin…

Trunin, Ivan Vadimovich

Ivan Vadimovich Trunin (December 12, 1971, Moscow — August 6, 1999, San Francisco) was a Russian poet and historian.

Avinov, Grigory Kirillovich

Grigory Kirillovich Avinov - Novgorod posadnik, the ancestor of the boyar family Avinov. In 1417, he acted against robbers in Veliky Ustyug. In 1433, he built a stone church in the name of John Chrys…

Shestak, Yuri Sergeevich

Yuriy Sergeyevich Shestak (born April 26, 1993, Kharkiv) is a Ukrainian boxer, representative of the lightest and lightest weight categories. He has been playing for the Ukrainian national boxing tea…

Woodward, Bernard Henry

Bernard Henry Woodward (31 January 1846-14 October 1916) was a British-born Australian naturalist and a member of the Geological Society of London.

Bakhtizin, Akhtyam Musalimovich

Akhtyam Musalimovich Bakhtizin (tat. Akhtam Moselim uly Bakhtizin, January 21, 1897, Verkhny Atash, Ufa Province — August 16, 1943, Berezhok, Oryol region) was a Russian military figure who participa…

Gordienko, Andrey Antonovich

Andrey Antonovich Gordienko (1905-1954)-Soviet Greco-Roman wrestler, coach. Honored Master of Sports of the USSR in Greco-Roman wrestling (1950). Honored Coach of the RSFSR.

Urazaev, Akhmet Mukhammetzarifovich

Akhmet Mukhammetzarifovich Urazaev (literary pseudonym Kurmashi; 1855, Zverinogolovskoye, Orenburg province — 1883, Petropavlovsk, Steppe General-governorate) - Tatar poet, teacher.

Dushka, Alexey Vladimirovich

Oleksiy Vladimirovich Dushka — Ukrainian TV presenter, journalist, host of the program "Territory of Deception" on channel 1+1. Born on August 31, 1984. Hometown-Dneprodzerzhinsk. His parents-mother …

Motovilov, Andrey Andreevich

Andrey Andreevich Motovilov (1793 -?)-merchant of the 3rd guild, mayor of Chelyabinsk from 1836 to 1838. The representative of the family of merchants Motovilov, who dominated the urban economy of Ch…

Kazachenko, Nikolai Alexandrovich

Nikolai Alexandrovich Kazachenko-Soviet developer of nuclear weapons, a specialist in gas dynamics, twice winner of the Stalin Prize. Until 1947-technologist of the assembly shop of plant No. 10 (Per…

Panasenko, Iosif Nikolaevich

Iosif Nikolaevich Panasenko (Ukrainian: Josip Mikolayovich Panasenko; March 31, 1889-September 7, 1965) was a Ukrainian musician, a member of the Poltava Bandurist Capella in 1925-1934. Soloist, firs…

Christens Rositis, Rics

Rix Kristens Rositis (Latvian. Riks Kristens Rozītis, 4 July 1994 (1994-07-04), Riga, Latvia) is a Latvian luge skier. Born on July 4, 1994 in Riga. He started luge sports at the age of ten . In the …

Malkov, Alexander Pavlovich

Alexander Pavlovich Malkov (November 16, 1939, Moscow—November 12, 2009, Moscow) was an artist and set designer. Member of the Moscow Union of Artists, member of the Union of Theatrical Figures of th…

Kulik, Igor Orestovich

Igor Orestovich Kulik (November 19, 1935, Kharkiv, Ukrainian SSR — December 18, 2019, New York, USA) was a Soviet, Ukrainian theoretical physicist, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, profe…

Gojiev, Vladimir Andreevich

Vladimir Andreevich Gojiev (oset. Vladimir Gojity Andreyy Fyrt (20 July 1940, Ordzhonikidze — 21 December 1981, Moscow) was a Soviet fencer and World Championship silver medalist (1966). Master of Sp…

Beklemishev, Alexander Nikolaevich

Beklemishev (Reggio) Alexander Nikolaevich (1820, unknown-October 8, 1908, Kryvyi Rih, Kherson province)was a Russian theater decorator. Father of the sculptor V. A. Beklemishev.

Harutyunyan, Hovhannes Harutyunovich

Hovhannes Harutyunyan (literary pseudonym-Tlkatintsi (ар); 1860, Tlkatin village of Kharberd Vilayet, Ottoman Empire-June 20, 1915) was an Armenian writer, playwright, teacher, and public figure. He …

Kraibich, Franz (violinist)

Franz Kreibich (German: Franz Kreibich, in some sources Greibich, German. Greibich (2 June 1728 (1728-06-02), Zwickau, now Zwickau, Czech Republic — 3 December 1797, Vienna) was an Austrian violinist…

Robide van der Aa, Christianus

Christianus Petrus Eliza Robidé van der Aa (7 October 1791, Amsterdam, Republic of the United Provinces — 14 May 1851, Oosterbeek, Kingdom of the Netherlands) was a Dutch lawyer and writer; together …

Taylor, John (soccer player)

John Taylor (English: John Taylor; b. Norwich (born 24 October 1964) is an English footballer who plays as a striker and coach.

Beyer, Christoph (Chronicler)

Christoph Beyer, or Christoph Beyer (German: Christoph Beyer, lat. Christophorus Beyerus; 1458 (1458), Konitz in West Prussia — 2 February 1518, Danzig) was a German chronicler and merchant, one of t…

Eberstein, Wilhelm Ludwig Gottlob von

Wilhelm Ludwig Gottlob von Eberstein (10 November 1762, Morag, Sangerhausen — 4 February 1805) was a German philosopher, scientific writer, and teacher. Born into a wealthy family of a baron who owne…

Fowler, Thomas (Academic)

Thomas Fowler (1 September 1832-20 November 1904) was a British philosopher, logician and theologian, professor of logic at the University of Oxford and later its vice-chancellor, academic and scienc…

Korobov, Nikolai (singer)

Nikolai Maksimovich Korobov (born December 14, 2004) is a Russian singer, TV presenter, and blogger. Five-time nominee of the Kinder Muz Awards 2017. Host and only child-nominee for the RU-TV channel…

Saint-Nicolas, Johann Gottfried de

Johann Gottfried de Saint-Nicolas is a lecturer in French language and literature at the Moscow University.

Caradec de Lachalotte, Louis-Rene

Louis-Rene Louis-René Caradeuc de La Chalotais (6 March 1701, Rennes — 12 July 1785, Rennes) was a French attorney-General of the Breton Parliament (Rennes), a Jansenist; an ardent enemy of the Jesui…

New Bedford Highway Killer

The New Bedford Highway Killer The New Bedford Highway Killer is the nickname of an unidentified serial killer responsible for the murders of 9 and the disappearance of 2 women in New Bedford, Massac…

Berman, David (Gangster)

David Berman (1903, Odessa, Kherson province, Russian Empire — June 16, 1957, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)-American gangster, known by the nickname "Davie the Jew" (English Davie the Jew) Operated in the …

Muhammad Sharif (Bukhara Khanate)

Muhammad Sharif ibn Muhammad al-Husayni al-Alawi al-Bukhari (XVII century, Bukhara — 1697, Bukhara) — one of the brightest thinkers of Central Asia of the XVII century, whose work was not limited to …

Leichner, Emil (violinist)

Emil Leichner (30 July 1902 — 10 December 1973) was a Czech violinist. He graduated from the Prague Conservatory. As a student, he participated in the creation of the Czech Nonet in 1924 — a unique c…

Mustafa (Khan of the nomadic Uzbeks)

Mustafa-the specific khan of the Uzbek Horde during the reign of Abu'l-Khayr. Sheibanid, his ancestry Sheibani-Bahadur-Jochi-buki-Yankajar-Kazan-Ak-Berdi-Musa-Mustafa. Known since 1428, when he was p…

Degenfeld, Christoph Martin Freiherr von

Baron Christoph Martin Freiherr von Degenfeld (German: Christoph Martin Freiherr von Degenfeld, 1599-1653) was a military commander during the Thirty Years ' War and the 6th Venetian — Turkish War.

Obradovic, Goran (footballer, 1986)

Goran Obradovic (Serbian. Goran Obradovi (born 25 December 1986 in Belgrade) is a Serbian football defender.

Cros-Saint-Ange, Celestin Ernest

Célestin Ernest Cros-Saint-Ange (11 September 1855 (1855-09-11), Castres — 1919) was a French cellist. He studied in Toulouse, then in Marseille with Auguste Tolbeck and finally at the Paris Conserva…

Cossa, Luigi (medallist)

Luigi Cossa (ital. Luigi Cossa, 7 April 1789 (1789-04-07), Cernusco Asinario — 8 November 1867, Cernusco Asinario) was an Italian medallist and coin stamp cutter .

So Win (Prime Minister)

So Win (10 May 1947-12 October 2007) was a lieutenant general and Prime Minister of Myanmar. After graduating from the military academy, he quickly rose through the ranks. In 1988, he commanded an in…

Klauson-Kaas, Jens Adolf Friederik

Jens Adolph Friederich Clauson-Kaas (16 May 1826-1906) was a Danish educator.

O'Moore, Rory

Rory O'Moore, also known as Roger O'Moore and O'Moore or Sir Roger Moore (Irl. Ruairí Ó Mórdha; ca. 1600 - 16 February 1655) was an Irish nobleman and landowner of the ancient O'Moore family. One of …

Fiquet du Boccage, Anne-Marie

Anne-Marie Fiquet du Boccage (22 October 1710, Rouen — 8 August 1802, Paris) was a French poet.

Henri II de Lenoncourt

Henri II de Lénoncourt (French: Henri III de Lénoncourt; d. 1555), Comte de Nanteuil-le-Audouin — was a French statesman and military leader.

Hagen, Theodor (artist)

Theodor Josef Hagen (German. Theodor Joseph Hagen, 24 May 1842 Dusseldorf — 12 February 1919 Weimar) is a German landscape painter.

Roesler, Robert (Historian)

Eduard Robert Rösler (2 March 1836 - 19 August 1874) was an Austrian historian and geographer. He studied law at the University of Vienna, then history. After graduating from the university (1857), h…

Kjer, Jeppe (footballer, 2004)

Jeppe Kjer Jensen (dat. Jeppe Kjær Jensen (born 1 March 2004 in Horsens) is a Danish footballer who plays as a youth winger for Dutch club Ajax.

Bazzi, Carlo (journalist)

Carlo Emilio Bazzi (ital. Carlo Emilio Bazzi (1889 — 2 February 1937) was an Italian journalist. He made a trade union career, heading the city trade union organization of Ravenna in the late 1910s, …

Bazhanskaya-Ozarkevich, Olga-Alexandra Porfiryevna

Olga-Alexandra Porfirievna Bazhanskaya-Ozarkevich (Ukrainian: Bazhanska-Ozarkevich Olga-Olexandra Porfirivna; December 30, 1866, Lviv — July 15, 1906, Zakopane) was a Ukrainian pianist, folklorist, w…

De la Fuente, Maria Jose

María José de la Fuente Parada( born December 2, 1988 in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia) is a Bolivian artistic gymnast. She competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

Lee, Daniel (The killer)

Daniel Lewis Lee (January 31, 1973-July 14, 2020) was an American racist, white supremacist, and murderer who was executed for the murders of William Frederick Mueller, Nancy Ann Mueller, and their d…

Dam, Khuresh-ool Kara-Salovich

Khuresh-ool Kara-Salovich Damba (20 June 1943-25 June 1993) was a composer, winner of the Lenin Komsomol Prize of Tuva.

Fritsch, Karl (meteorologist)

Karl Fritsch (16 August 1812, Prague — 26 December 1879, Salzburg) was an Austro — Hungarian meteorologist.

Rabas, Vaclav (artist)

Václav Rabas (13 November 1885, Krusovice — 26 October 1954, Prague) was a Czech artist, one of the first folk artists of Czechoslovakia.

Malkin, David (artist)

David Malkin (David Mendelevich Malkin; March 23, 1910, Akkerman, Bessarabia province — August 12, 2002, Paris) was a French abstract painter and sculptor of the Paris school.

Dimov, Plamen (musician)

Plamen Dimov (born 1955 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria) - musician and music teacher He is a graduate of the National School of Music and Dance Art "Dobrin Petkov", Plovdiv, where he studied the violin under t…

Andlaw-Birsack, Heinrich Bernhard von

Baron Heinrich Bernhard von Andlaw - Birseck (German: Heinrich Bernhard von Andlaw-Birseck; 1802-1871) was a writer and statesman from the Andlau family, the younger brother of Franz Xaver.

Winterfeld, Karl Georg August von

Karl Georg August von Winterfeld (28 January 1784 — 19 February 1852) was a German musicologist and scientific writer.

Pinkava, Ivan (photographer)

Ivan Pinkava (born 1961 in Nakhodka, Czechoslovakia) is a Czech photographer. He graduated from the Faculty of Film and Television of the Prague Academy of Fine Arts with a degree in Art Photography.…

Koning, Henk (soccer player)

Hendrikus Marinus (Henk) Koning (Netherlands) Hendricus Marinus "Henk" Koning( 3 December 1934, Amsterdam — 13 October 2009, Diemen)was a Dutch footballer who played as a midfielder and defender for …

O'Donnell, Cathbar

Cathbarr O'Donnell (Irl. Cathbarr Ó Domhnaill, eng. Cathbarr O'Donnell;? - 1608) was an Irish nobleman of the O'Donnell dynasty in County Donegal.

Santi, Piero (musicologist)

Piero Santi (ital. Piero Santi (1923 — 1 July 2007) was an Italian musicologist, music critic, editor, and conductor. Specialist mainly in the Italian academic music of the XIX-XX centuries, includin…

Berryman, John (Military)

John Berryman (1825-1896) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, major, and participant in the Crimean War.

Chalupa, Vaclav (senior)

Václav Chalupa (Czech: Václav Chalupa; b. Jindrzychów Hradec (31 October 1934) was a Czechoslovak rower who competed for the Czechoslovak national rowing team in the 1960s. Winner of a bronze medal a…

Manning, Patrick (rower)

Patrick Francis "Pat" Manning, Jr. (born Patrick Francis " Pat " Manning, Jr.) June 5, 1967, Poughkeepsie, New York) was an American rower who competed for the United States national rowing team from…

Chalupa, Vaclav (junior)

Václav Chalupa Jr. (born 7 December 1967 in Jindřichov Hradec) is a Czech rower, a silver medalist in the singles event at the 1992 Summer Olympics, a participant in six Summer Olympics, a multiple m…

Nunn, John (rower)

John Hamann Nunn (English: John Hamann Nunn; b. October 12 , 1942, Terre Haute, Indiana) was an American rower who competed for the United States national rowing team in the late 1960s and early 1970…

Francois, Claude (artist)

Claude Francois, "Brother Luc "(fr. Claude François, 1614, Amiens — May 17, 1685, Paris — French painter, Franciscan monk, known as" Brother Luc " (Frère Luc). He got his first painting and drawing s…

Cavetown (musician)

Robin Daniel Skinner (born 15 December 1998), known by the pseudonym Cavetown, is an English singer-songwriter, record producer and YouTuber, living in London His style combines elements of indie roc…

Marchand, Felix (pathologist)

Felix Jacob Marchand (22 October 1846, Halle (Saxony-Anhalt) — 4 February 1928) was a German pathologist. teacher. President of the Saxon Academy of Sciences (1910-1921). Doctor of Philosophy in Medi…

Smith, Liam (boxer)

Liam Smith (b. Liam Smith) July 27, 1988; Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom) — British professional boxer competing in the first middleweight and middleweight categories. WBO World Champ…