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Ken Blackwell
Kenneth">John Kenneth "Ken" Blackwell (born February 28, 1948) is an American politician and activist who served as the mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio (1979–80), the
May 10th 2017

Jerry Blackwell
BlackwellBlackwell Jerry Blackwell (April 26, 1949 – January 22, 1995) was an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name "Crusher" BlackwellBlackwell Jerry Blackwell. Blackwell
May 21st 2017

King Lincoln Bronzeville Neighborhood Ass'n v. Blackwell
filed a document purporting to be a contract between Secy. of State Ken Blackwell and Republican computer consultant Michael Connell, specifying the computer
Mar 9th 2016

Ken Barlow
KennethKenneth "Ken" Barlow is a fictional character from the British ITV soap opera, Coronation Street, played by William Roache. Ken was created by Tony Warren
May 17th 2017

Kevin Blackwell
Kevin Patrick Blackwell (born 21 December 1958) is an English former professional football goalkeeper who since retiring as a player has worked as a coach
Apr 30th 2017

Ken Trinkle
Kenneth Wayne Trinkle (December 15, 1919 – May 10, 1976) was an American professional baseball player, a relief pitcher in Major League Baseball who served
May 3rd 2017

Blackwell (surname)
judge (Georgia) Kelly Blackwell (born 1969), American football player Ken Blackwell (born 1948), American politician and activist in Ohio Kevin Blackwell
Jan 19th 2017

Hugh Blackwell
Blackwell Hugh Allen Blackwell (born July 14, 1944) is an American politician in Burke County, North Carolina. Blackwell is a member in the North Carolina House
Dec 22nd 2016

Ken Coates
This article is about the British politician. For the Canadian historian, see Ken Coates (historian). Kenneth Sidney Coates (16 September 1930 – 27 June
Mar 15th 2017

Ken Patera
Kenneth-WayneKenneth Wayne "Ken" Patera (born November 6, 1943) is a former professional wrestler, Olympic weightlifter, and strongman competitor from the United States
May 22nd 2017

Ken Dowden
Ken Dowden (born 1950) is Professor of Classics and Head of School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion at the University of Birmingham, having succeeded
May 30th 2016

Half Man Half Biscuit
Half Man Half Biscuit (often HMHB) are a British rock band from Birkenhead, Merseyside, active since the mid-1980s, known for satirical, sardonic, and
Mar 22nd 2017

Ohio gubernatorial election, 2006
office. The general election for governor pitted Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, the Republican nominee, against United States Congressman Ted Strickland
May 1st 2017

Ken Bates
Kenneth-WilliamKenneth William "Ken" Bates (born 4 December 1931) is a British businessman, football executive and hotelier. He was involved in forming the Premier League
May 9th 2017

Adnan Al-Kaissie
Adnan Bin Abdul Kareem Ahmed Alkaissy El Farthie (born March 1, 1939), better known professionally as Adnan Al-Kaissie, is a former Iraqi professional
Apr 17th 2017

T. K. Whitaker
Kenneth">Thomas Kenneth "Ken" Whitaker (8 December 1916 – 9 January 2017) was an Irish economist and former public servant, credited with a pivotal role in the
May 13th 2017

Ken Rinaldo
Ken Rinaldo (born 1958) is an American artist and educator internationally recognized for his interactive robotics and bio-art installations. He creates
Mar 10th 2017

The Daily Show: Indecision 2006
successful Ohio Governor's election candidate Ted Strickland and opponent Ken Blackwell and successful Democratic Ohio Senate election candidate Sherrod Brown
Oct 21st 2015

Bill Peirce
Votes % ± Democratic Ted Strickland 2,307,420 60.4 +22.1 Republican Ken Blackwell 1,406,792 36.8 -19.0 Libertarian Bill Peirce 67,596 1.8 n/a Green
Mar 21st 2017

Betty Montgomery
Ohio Governor. During her campaign for governor, Montgomery challenged Blackwell Ken Blackwell and Petro. After trailing both Blackwell and Petro in early polls, Montgomery
Sep 15th 2016

Sargon I
I Sargon I (also transcribed as Sarru-kīn I and Sharru-ken I) was the king (Issi’ak Assur, "Steward of Assur") of the Old Assyrian Empire from c. 1920 BC
Apr 22nd 2017

A canonarch is a lead cantor, or reader, in Eastern Christian churches of the Byzantine tradition. The canonarch ensures that other readers chant from
Jan 8th 2017

Nondescripts RFC
Nondescripts Rugby Football Club (also known as Nondies) is a KenyanKenyan rugby club based in Nairobi. The club is the oldest in Kenya, and was founded in 1923
May 22nd 2017

Ken Hunter
Ken Hunter (born 28 April 1957 in Perth, Western Australia) is a former champion Australian rules football player who played for the Carlton Football Club
Apr 18th 2017

Jim Petro
nomination for Governor of Ohio during the 2006 Ohio primaries, but lost to Ken Blackwell. Petro was born October 25, 1948 in Brooklyn, Ohio. A Brooklyn High
May 4th 2017

Gaza Triad
The-Gaza-TriadThe Gaza Triad refers collectively to Aeneas of Gaza, Procopius of Gaza and Zacharias Scholasticus. The three were sixth century Christian theologians
Oct 27th 2016

Katavasia is the last troparion of an ode of a canon in Eastern Orthodox liturgical celebrations. Its name is derived from the Greek word katabasia for
Mar 2nd 2017

Zoodochos is a Greek term meaning "life-receiving". It refers to an attribute of the tomb of Christ, known as the Zoodochos Taphos in the Eastern Orthodox
Jan 12th 2017

Ken Terrell
Kenneth-JonesKenneth Jones "Ken" Terrell (April 29, 1904 – March 8, 1966) was an American western and action film actor and stuntman best known for playing Joe Marcella
Feb 9th 2017

David the Dendrite
David the Dendrite (? - 540), also known as David the tree-dweller and David of Thessalonika, is a patron saint of Thessaloniki and a renowned holy fool
Feb 17th 2017

Swing State (film)
Swing State is feature-length documentary (released in 2008), written, produced and directed by John Intrater, Jason Zone Fisher, and H. Spencer Young
Apr 2nd 2017

Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation
The-Bertrand-Russell-Peace-FoundationThe Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation was established in 1963. The foundation aims to continue the work of the philosopher and activist Bertrand Russell
Apr 30th 2017

Tryphon, Respicius, and Nympha
For other saints named "TryphonTryphon", see Saint TryphonTryphon (disambiguation). Saint TryphonTryphon (also spelled Trypho, Trifon or Triphon, and known as TryphonTryphon of Campsada)
Jan 19th 2017

Kenneth Binmore
Kenneth-GeorgeKenneth George "Ken" Binmore, CBE (born 27 September 1940) is a British mathematician, economist, and game theorist. He is a Professor Emeritus of Economics
May 4th 2017

Breaking New Ground (Mal Waldron album)
Breaking New Ground is an album by American jazz pianist Mal Waldron recorded in 1983 and released by the Japanese Baybridge label. The Allmusic review
Jan 11th 2017

Republican National Committee chairmanship election, 2009
former Tennessee chairman Chip Saltsman. Former Ohio secretary of State Ken Blackwell and former Maryland lieutenant governor Michael Steele are black. Saul
Feb 25th 2017

Orientalium Ecclesiarum
Orientalium Ecclesiarum is the Second Vatican Council's Decree on the Eastern Catholic Churches. One of the shortest conciliar documents, it was approved
Jan 12th 2017

American Civil Rights Union
amendment. Both ACRU Senior Fellow Robert Knight and Senior Fellow Ken Blackwell have publicly criticized same-sex marriage. Judicial Watch "National
May 23rd 2017

Cincinnati Reds award winners and league leaders
This article is a list of baseball players who are Reds Cincinnati Reds players that are winners of Major League Baseball awards and recognitions, Reds awards
May 18th 2017

Functional Ecology (journal)
Functional Ecology is a bimonthly peer-reviewed scientific journal on organismal ecology publishing papers on physiological, behavioural, and evolutionary
Jan 7th 2017

Valley of Decision (Christafari album)
Valley of Decision is the second major release by the Christian Reggae group Christafari. All songs written by Mark Mohr and Johnny Guerrero. "Valley
Jun 28th 2014

United States Senate election in Ohio, 2018
of the Ohio House of Representatives John Kasich, Governor of Ohio Ken Blackwell, former mayor of Cincinnati, former Ohio State Treasurer, and former
May 17th 2017

Wessex Tales
Wessex Tales is an 1888 collection of tales written by English novelist and poet Thomas Hardy, many of which are set before Hardy's birth in 1840.[citation
Apr 24th 2017

An apocrisiarius, the Latinized form of apokrisiarios (Greek: ἀποκρισιάριος), sometimes Anglicized as apocrisiary, was a high diplomatic representative
Oct 16th 2016

Ohio gubernatorial election, 2002
Strickland would easily go on to defeat Republican Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell. It resulted in a gain for the Democrats, and was the first time they
Dec 24th 2016

Liturgical Latinisation
Latinisation Liturgical Latinisation, also known as Latinisation, is the process by which liturgical and other aspects of the churches of Eastern Christianity (particularly
Jan 18th 2017

Tom Niehaus
Tom Niehaus is the former President of the Ohio Senate. He served from 2011 to 2012. He also was the state senator for the 14th District from 2005 to 2012
Dec 25th 2016

National Federation of Republican Assemblies
State and Republican nominee in the 2006 Ohio gubernatorial election Ken Blackwell was elected Executive Vice President in 2011 and was re-elected in 2013
Apr 22nd 2017

Promise (1986 film)
of Fame. Adapted by screenwriter Richard Friedenberg from a story by Ken Blackwell and Tennyson Flowers, the film was directed by Glenn Jordan and aired
Feb 11th 2017

Halldórr ókristni
Halldorr okristni (The-UnchristianThe Unchristian) was a Norse skald, active around the year 1000. The only thing known about him is that he was one of the court poets
Sep 8th 2016

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