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  • 121 William Edward Nightingale — (* 1794; † 1874), geborener William Edward Shore, war ein britischer Unitarist. Er ist Vater von Florence Nightingale, einer Begründerin der modernen Krankenpflege und Reformerin der öffentlichen Gesundheitsfürsorge in Großbritannien und Britisch …

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  • 122 Wally Nightingale — Infobox Musical artist Name = Wally Nightingale Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = non vocal instrumentalist Birth name = Warwick Alan Nightingale Alias = Born = Died = 1996 Origin = London, England Instrument = Guitar Voice type =… …

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  • 123 Maxine Nightingale — Background information Born 2 November 1952 (1952 11 02) (age 59) …

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  • 124 Owl and the Nightingale, The — (ca. 1189–1216)    The Owl and the Nightingale is a DEBATE POEM in early MIDDLE ENGLISH, written in a southeastern dialect in 1,794 lines of octosyllabic (eight syllable) couplets. The poem survives in two late 13thcentury manuscripts, but was… …

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  • 125 The Owl and the Nightingale — Also known as Hule and the Nightingale Date 12th or 13th century Manuscript(s) (1) BL MS Cotton Caligula A.ix; (2) Oxford, Jesus College, MS 29 (MS Arch. I. 29). Written in the 2nd half of the 13th century …

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  • 126 The Nightingale — Infobox Book | name = The Nightingale title orig = Nattergalen translator = image caption = Illustration by Vilhelm Pedersen author = Hans Christian Andersen country = Denmark language = Danish series = genre = Fairy tale published in = Nye… …

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  • 127 Neil Nightingale — is a senior producer at the BBC s Natural History Unit, the largest wildlife film making production unit in the world,[1] and was its Head from February 2003[2] until January 2009.[3] In November 2009 his successor, Andrew Jackson, appointed him… …

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  • 128 The Nightingale (opera) — The Nightingale (Solovyei) is a Russian conte lyrique in three acts by Igor Stravinsky. The libretto, based on the tale of The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen, was written by the composer and Stepan Mitussov.Stravinsky had begun work on… …

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  • 129 Mary Nightingale — (born 13 December 1963 in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England)[citation needed] is an English newsreader and television presenter. She is a newsreader for ITN on ITV News, and presents the cookery series Britain s Best Dish on ITV1. Contents 1… …

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  • 130 Florence Nightingale Museum — infobox Museum name= Florence Nightingale Museum governing body= The Florence Nightingale Museum Trust established= 1982 opened to the public= 1989 location= London, England website= [http://www.florence nightingale.co.uk/ Florence Nightingale… …

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  • 131 Florence Nightingale — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Florence Nightingale en su juventud. Ilustración del libro Great Britain and Her Queen, por Anne E. Keeling, segunda edición, 1897. (Proyecto …

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  • 132 Annie Nightingale — MBE (* 1. April 1942 in West London) ist Englands erster weiblicher Radio DJ. Sie moderiert ihre eigene Radiosendung, die als trendweisendes Medium der internationalen Breakbeat Musik gehandelt wird. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Annie im Radio 2… …

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  • 133 Annie Nightingale — Infobox Radio Presenter name = Annie (Anne) Nightingale imagesize = caption = birthname = birthdate = 1942 [http://www.radioacademy.org.uk/record.jsp?type=celeb ID=39] birthplace = London, England yearsactive = 1970 present spouse = show = Annie… …

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  • 134 The Nightingale and the Rose (opera) — This article is about the Firsova opera. For Christopher Wheeldon s 2007 ballet, see The Nightingale and the Rose (ballet). For the original Oscar Wilde short story, see The Nightingale and the Rose. A scene from the opera The Nightingale and the …

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  • 135 Thrush and the Nightingale, The — (ca. 1275)    The Thrush and the Nightingale is a MIDDLE ENGLISH poem from the last quarter of the 13th century. Written in the West Midlands, the work is a DEBATE POEM in which the two birds argue the merits of women. As such, it is of the same… …

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  • 136 USS Nightingale (1851) — was originally the captured clipper ship Nightingale , which operated as a slave trader. It was captured in Africa by USS Saratoga , taken as a prize, and was later purchased by the U.S. Navy in 1861.During the American Civil War, because of her… …

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  • 137 Joseph Nightingale — (26 October 1775 – 9 August 1824) was a prolific English writer and preacher. He was particularly noted for his topographic writing and his interest in shorthand.LifeHe was born at Chowbent in Atherton, Lancashire and became a Wesleyan Methodist… …

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  • 138 Florence Nightingale effect — The Florence Nightingale effect is a term used to describe a doctor s, nurse s or other caregiver s development of feelings for his/her patient. This effect causes a feeling much like infatuation, love or sexual attraction to come over the… …

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  • 139 USS Florence Nightingale (AP-70) — USS|Florence Nightingale|AP 70 was an Elizabeth C. Stanton class transport ship of the United States Navy. She was named for Florence Nightingale (1820 ndash;1910), the nursing pioneer. Florence Nightingale was launched 28 August 1940 by Moore… …

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  • 140 Sweet Nightingale — Sweet Nightingale, also known as Down in those valleys below is a Cornish folk song which probably dates from the Seventeenth Century, and is said to be a translation from the ancient Cornish tongue. Lyrics Sweet Nightingale My sweetheart, come… …

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