Engerth

Engerth may refer to:- People Wilhelm Freiherr von Engerth (1814-1884), an Austrian engineer. Edouard von Engerth, a nineteenth-century Austrian artist. Transportation Engerth locomotive, an early form of articulated locomotive, invented by Wilhelm Freiherr von Engerth (see above). This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Engerth. If an internal link led you here, you […]

Cryptoblepharus

Cryptoblepharus Cryptoblepharus poecilopleurus Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylum: Vertebrata Class: Reptilia (paraphyletic) (unranked): Sauria Order: Squamata (paraphyletic) Infraorder: Scincomorpha Family: Scincidae Subfamily: Lygosominae Genus: Cryptoblepharus Wiegmann, 1834[1] Species About 55, see text Cryptoblepharus is a genus of skinks (family Scincidae) commonly called snake-eyed skinks or shining-skinks. They occupy a fairly basal position among […]

Henry Fauntleroy

Henry Fauntleroy (12 October 1784 – 30 November 1824) was an English banker and forger. After seven years as a clerk in the London bank of Marsh, Sibbald & Co., of which his father was one of the founders, he was taken into partnership, and the whole business of the firm was left in his […]

National Route 13 (Vietnam)

National Route 13 (Vietnamese: Quốc lộ 13) is a highway in southern Vietnam stretching from the northeastern outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City, the commercial centre of the country, towards the border to Cambodia. The highway starts around Thủ Đức on the northern outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City, once the site of the military […]

Cape Unicorns Polocrosse Club

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Claud Farie

Claud Farie, sometimes spelled Claude Farie (5 December 1816 – 22 August 1870)[1] was sheriff and politician in colonial Victoria, a member of the Victorian Legislative Council.[1] Early life[edit] Farie was born in Farme, near Glasgow, Scotland, the son of James Farie and his wife Jane, née Scott.[1] Colonial Australia[edit] Farie arrived in the Port […]

South Para River

This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (February 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) South Para River Country Australia Basin Main source near Humbug Scrub and Mount Crawford River mouth confluence with the […]

Ian Davenport

Ian Davenport Born (1966-07-08) 8 July 1966 (age 50)[1] Sidcup, Kent, England Nationality British Education Northwich College of Art and Design, Goldsmiths College Known for Painting, Printmaking Everything (2004), in the University of Warwick Institute of Mathematics and Statistics foyer[2] Ian Davenport (born 8 July 1966) is an English abstract painter, and former Turner Prize nominee. Life […]

2005–06 Swiss Super League

Swiss Super League Season 2005–06 Champions Zürich 10th title Relegated Yverdon-Sport Neuchâtel Xamax Champions League Zürich UEFA Cup Basel Young Boys Thun UEFA Intertoto Cup Grasshopper Matches played 180 Goals scored 518 (2.88 per match) Top goalscorer Alhassane Keita Biggest home win St. Gallen 7–1 Neuchâtel Xamax Biggest away win Thun 1–6 Zürich Young Boys 1–6 […]