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Magnus Tideman, is a former professional tennis player from Sweden. He enjoyed most of his tennis success while playing doubles, winning 1 doubles title and achieved a career-high of World No. 43 in 1988. In singles, he reached the quarterfinals of Toulouse in 1982 and achieved a career-high ranking of World No. 100 in 1983. Tideman also defeated Manuel Orantes en route to the third round of the 1983 French Open.

Thorwald Nicolaus Tideman is a Georgist economist and professor at Virginia Tech. He received his Bachelor of Arts in economics and mathematics from Reed College in 1965 and his PhD in economics from the University of Chicago in 1969. Tideman was an Assistant Professor of Economics at Harvard University from 1969-1973, during which time from 1970-1971 he was a Senior Staff Economist for the President's Council of Economic Advisors. Since 1973 he has been at Virginia Tech, with various visiting positions at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government (1979-1980), University of Buckingham (1985-1986), and the American Institute for Economic Research (1999-2000).

Robert Tideman was a medieval Bishop of Llandaff and Bishop of Worcester.

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Tideman Johnson Natural Area

Tideman Johnson Natural Area is a city park of about 7.7 acres (3.1 ha) in southeast Portland, in the U.S. state of Oregon. Located at Southeast 37th Avenue and Tenino Street along Johnson Creek, the site is named for a mid-19th century family named Johnson that encouraged public use of its land along the creek. The park has paved and unpaved paths for hiking. A loop trail and boardwalk off the Springwater Corridor runs through the park.

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Robert William Bishop is the U.S. Representative for Utah's 1st congressional district, and former Chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee serving since 2003. He is a member of the Republican Party.

Ranked pairs (RP) or the Tideman method is an electoral system developed in 1987 by Nicolaus Tideman that selects a single winner using votes that express preferences. RP can also be used to create a sorted list of winners.

Resolvability criterion can refer to any voting system criterion that ensures a low possibility of tie votes.

Bishop Eustace Preparatory School

Bishop Eustace Preparatory School is a Catholic coeducational private high school in Pennsauken Township, New Jersey, which was founded in 1954 by the priests and brothers of the Society of the Catholic Apostolate. The school operates under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden, was named after Bishop Bartholomew J. Eustace, first bishop of the diocese. The school is a coeducational institution serving students in ninth through twelfth grades. The school has been accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools since 1977.

Lucas Watzenrode the Elder (1400–1462) was a merchant in the Hanseatic Prussian city of Thorn (Toruń), father of Bishop Lucas Watzenrode the Younger, and grandfather of astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus.

Hemming Gadh was a Swedish bishop and politician. He was a staunch ally of Sten Sture and a fierce opponent of Denmark and the Kalmar Union.

Rigid buoyant boat

The rigid buoyant boat (RBB) is a light-weight but high performance and high capacity boat. Based on the concept of a Rigid-hulled inflatable boat (RHIB), it has a tube/sponson manufactured from a solid material such as moulded polyethylene or aluminium and therefore being much more robust than the fabrics commonly used. Boats with foam filled collars such as the secure all-around flotation equipped (SAFE) boats employed by the US Coast Guard can also be classified as Rigid Buoyant Boats rather than "true" RHIBs as the collar is solid foam rather than inflated. The handling tends to be very similar to a RHIB; likewise they will remain afloat (buoyant) even if completely flooded. Aluminium RBBs tend to be bespoke or low-volume products whilst the tooling cost of rotomolded polyethylene boats tends to require these to be higher volume products. At least three manufacturers are producing rotomolded boats of this type. One supplier has demonstrated the robustness of the boats by dropping one from a crane onto a concrete car park. The U.S. Navy’s small unit riverine craft and the Coast Guard’s Defender class 25-foot (7.6 m) boats are examples of RBBs. Some boat builders make RBB's as workboat from HDPE sheets welded together. Similar deep V-hull can be made for good seakeeping. If buoyancy chambers are filled the hull becomes truly unsinkable and extremely indestructible making the RBB very suitable for rough conditions. The RBB serie of Tideman Boats is a good example.

Serena Tideman is an American composer and classical and improvisational cellist who resides in Port Townsend, Washington.

The 1983 Bordeaux Open also known as the "Grand Prix Passing Shot" was a tennis tournament played on Clay Courts in Bordeaux in France that was part of the 1983 Volvo Grand Prix. The tournament was held from September 19 through September 23, 1983.

Philip Tideman Dutch painter

Philip Tideman (1657–1705) was a Dutch Golden Age painter.

Events from the year 1963 in Sweden

The 1987 Mercedes Cup, was a men's tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts and held at the Tennis Club Weissenhof in Stuttgart, West Germany that was part of the 1987 Grand Prix circuit. It was the 10th edition of the tournament and was held from 13 July until 19 July 1987. First-seeded Miloslav Mečíř won the singles title.

Bruno Joannes Tideman (1834-1883) was a naval engineer in the Netherlands, who acted as consultant to the ship building industry. In 1873 he designed a new type of engine that enable ships to gain significant speed, which at the time was considered a revolutionary innovation.

Tideman's Alternative Methods, including Alternative Smith and Alternative Schwartz, are two electoral systems developed by Nicolaus Tideman which select a single winner using votes that express preferences. These methods can also create a sorted list of winners.

Anton Tideman is a Swedish footballer who plays for Trelleborgs FF.