Robert Bolder

Robert Bolder Robert Bolder in Beyond the Rocks (1922) Born (1859-07-20)20 July 1859 London, England Died 10 December 1937(1937-12-10) (aged 78) Los Angeles, California, USA Occupation Actor Years active 1912–1936 Robert Bolder (20 July 1859 – 10 December 1937) was an English film actor of the silent era. He appeared in 99 films between 1912 and 1936. [...]

Bob Hart (bassist)

This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. (March 2015) Bob Hart is a multi-instrumentalist currently living in Brooklyn, NY. He is a member of the chamber-pop band Clare & the Reasons, and [...]

Evansdale, Edmonton

Evansdale Neighbourhood Evansdale Location of Evansdale in Edmonton Coordinates: 53°36′43″N 113°28′37″W / 53.612°N 113.477°W / 53.612; -113.477 Country  Canada Province  Alberta City Edmonton Quadrant[1] NW Ward[1] 3 Sector[2] Mature area Area[3][4] Dickinsfield Government[5]  • Administrative body Edmonton City Council  • Councillor Dave Loken Area[6]  • Total 1.57 km2 (0.61 sq mi) Population (2012)[7]  • Total 5,660  • Density 3,605.1/km2 (9,337/sq mi)  • Change (2009–12) 0.2%  • Dwellings 2,147 [...]


Xueren (English: The Scholar[1]) was an influential Chinese independent intellectual journal that ran from 1991 to 2000.[2] It was founded and edited by Chen Pingyuan, Wang Hui, and Wang Shouchang under the sponsorship of a Japanese foundation.[2] In order to work around censorship conditions in the Chinese publishing industry that make it more difficult for [...]


This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Nadeshiko. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. In Japanese, Nadeshiko 撫子 may refer to: Yamato nadeshiko, a Japanese term used to praise the unadorned, clean beauty of a Japanese woman (botany): [...]

M-10003 to M-10006

The M-10004 trainset at Reno, Nevada on a trial run. Cars are of the tapered cross-section type used with M-10000 to M-10002. One of the M-10003-6 trains (center left) along with EMD E6 locomotives and other streamlined cars. The Union Pacific Railroad’s M-10003, M-10004, M-10005, and M-10006 were four identical diesel-electric streamliner train 2-car power [...]


Omniconvert is a software as a service company that offers an integrated solution for conversion rate optimization, one of the most popular methods to increase the performance of a website.[1] The Omniconvert platform provides companies the opportunity to conduct A/B testing experiments, collect data with surveys on site and personalize the users’ experience based on [...]

Spring (1969 film)

For the 2014 horror film, see Spring (2014 film). Kevade Directed by Arvo Kruusement Produced by Tallinnfilm Written by Oskar Luts, screenplay by Kaljo Kiisk & Voldemar Panso Based on Kevade by Oskar Luts Music by Veljo Tormis Cinematography Harry Rehe Edited by Ludmilla Rozenthal Production company Tallinnfilm Release date January 5, 1970 (1970-01-05) Running time 84 minutes [...]


Snorri may refer to Snorri Þorbrandsson, a character in the Icelandic Eyrbyggja saga, Snorri Goði or Snorri Þorgrímsson (963–1031), a prominent chieftain in Western Iceland, featured in a number of Icelandic sagas, Snorri Guðjónsson (born 1981), an Icelandic handball player, Snorri Hergill Kristjánsson, an Icelandic stand-up comedian based in London, Snorri Hjartarson (1906–1986), an Icelandic [...]