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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Tai_Tzu-yingTai Tzu-ying - Wikipedia

    Tai Tzu-ying (Chinese: 戴資穎; pinyin: Dài Zīyǐng; Wade–Giles: Tai Tzu-ying; born 20 June 1994) is a Taiwanese badminton player. [1] At the age of 22, she became world No. 1 in the women's singles in December 2016, and she is the women's singles player who has held that title for the longest in BWF history, with 213 weeks (as of 2 May 2022).

    • Lai Chien-cheng (賴建誠)
    • 1.62 m (5 ft 4 in)
    • Republic of China (Taiwan)
    • 57 kg (126 lb; 9.0 st)
  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Diana_EwingDiana Ewing - Wikipedia

    Year Title Role Notes 1968 Mod Squad Karen Westphal Episode: "Love" 1969 Mission: Impossible Stephanie Episode: "Live Bait" Star Trek Droxine Episode: "The Cloud Minders" The Big Valley Maggie Delaney Episode: "Town of No Exit" Love, American Style Katy

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › DyesebelDyesebel - Wikipedia

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    In the films, Dyesebel was portrayed by Filipino actresses: Edna Luna, Vilma Santos, Alma Moreno, Alice Dixson, and Charlene Gonzales. In television, she was portrayed by Marian Rivera in 2008 and Anne Curtis in 2014. She was also personified by the actress Ara Mina in a cameo appearance on Mars Ravelo's Darna (2005 TV Series).

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    The title was created in 1643 for William Murray, who had earlier represented Fowey and East Looe in the English House of Commons. He was made Lord Huntingtower at the same time, also in the Peerage of Scotland. William Murray had been a lifelong friend of King Charles I, in fact having been his whipping boy while the latter was Prince of Wales.

    Murray was succeeded by his daughter, Elizabeth, the 2nd Countess. In 1670 she resigned the peerage and received a new grant thereof by patent with precedency of her father, and with remainder to her heirs of the body, failing which to her heirs whatsoever. Lady Dysart married, firstly, Sir Lionel Tollemache, 3rd Baronet (see Tollemache baronets fo...

    1643: William Murray, 1st Earl of Dysart(c.1600–1655)
    1655: Elizabeth Tollemache, 2nd Countess of Dysart(1626–1698)
    1698: Lionel Tollemache, 3rd Earl of Dysart(1649–1727)
    1727: Lionel Tollemache, 4th Earl of Dysart(1708–1770)
    Hesilrige, Arthur G. M. (1921). Debrett's Peerage and Titles of courtesy. London: Dean & Son. p. 329.
    Kidd, Charles, Williamson, David (editors). Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage (1990 edition). New York: St Martin's Press, 1990,[page needed]
    Leigh Rayment's Peerage Pages [self-published source][better source needed]
    This article incorporates text from The Scots Peerage (1904-1914), a publication now in the public domain.
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    Dyserth Castle has been known also as Castell Diserth, Castle de Rupe, Castle of the Rock, Caerfaelan, Carregfaelan, Castell-y-Garrec, Dincolyn, Castell y Ffailon, and Castell Cerri. It is on a high rock summit of carboniferous limestone less than a mile from its namesake village. Excavation of the site shows four periods of fortified occupation – ...

    Dyserth Castle was situated in a naturally defensible strategic location on a mountain ridge at the north end of the Clwydian hills, west of the Conway River. The small internal courtyard for the castle was entered by way of a twin-towered gatehouse. The castle had a concentric outer curtain wall and according to historian Sean Mason that would be ...

    Dyserth Castle was first attacked by the Welsh around 1245. It was attacked a number of times over nearly two decades and was seized and occupied at different periods by the English and Welsh. In 1263, it was totally destroyed by the Welsh prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd after several weeks of a blockade and siege.During World War I, the ridge served a...

    Britton, John (1829). Bath and Bristol. Jones.
    Cathrall, William (1851). Wanderings in North Wales.
    Davis, William (1852). A Guide to Rhyl and Surrounding Country. Thomas Catherall.
    Flint (1911). An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire: II – County of Flint. Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. GGKEY:1W89U6QWD9X.
  4. The kidnapping and murder of Yingying Zhang occurred in Urbana, Illinois on June 9, 2017 when Zhang, a visiting Chinese scholar at the University of Illinois Urbana–Champaign, was abducted by Brendt Allen Christensen, a Champaign resident and former physics graduate student at the university. Christensen lured Zhang into his car at a bus stop ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › James_DysonJames Dyson - Wikipedia

    James Dyson was born 2 May 1947 in Cromer, Norfolk, one of three children, [1] and named after his grandfather, James Dyson. He was educated at Gresham's School, an independent boarding school in Holt, Norfolk, from 1956 to 1965, when his father died of prostate cancer. [9] He excelled at long-distance running: "I was quite good at it, not ...

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