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Daniel F. Tiemann American politician

Daniel Fawcett Tiemann was Mayor of New York City from 1858 to 1860. He was a founding trustee of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.

Ferdinand Tiemann German chemist

Johann Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand Tiemann was a German chemist and together with Karl Reimer discoverer of the Reimer-Tiemann reaction.

Norbert Tiemann American politician

Norbert Theodore "Nobby" Tiemann was a Republican politician from Wausa, Nebraska, and was the 32nd Governor of Nebraska, serving from 1967 to 1971.

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Cygnus Solutions, originally Cygnus Support, was founded in 1989 by John Gilmore, Michael Tiemann and David Henkel-Wallace to provide commercial support for free software. Its tagline was: Making free software affordable.

Michael Tiemann American company executive, software developer, and open source proponent

Michael Tiemann is vice president of open source affairs at Red Hat, Inc., and former President of the Open Source Initiative. He was the chief technical officer of Red Hat. He served on a number of boards, including the Embedded Linux Consortium, the GNOME Foundation advisory board, and the board of directors of ActiveState Tool Corp. He is also co-owner with Amy Tiemann of Manifold Recording Studios.

Heide Park theme park in Soltau, Lower Saxony, Germany

The Heide Park is a theme park in Soltau, Lower Saxony, Germany. With an overall area of over 850,000 m², it is the largest amusement park in Northern Germany and among the largest in the country. It is part of the British-based Merlin Entertainments which operates 123 attractions in 24 countries.

Reimer–Tiemann reaction

The Reimer–Tiemann reaction is a chemical reaction used for the ortho-formylation of phenols; with the simplest example being the conversion of phenol to salicylaldehyde. The reaction was discovered by Karl Reimer and Ferdinand Tiemann. The Reimer in question was Karl Reimer (1845-1883) not the less known Carl Ludwig Reimer (1856-1921).

The Porsche Junioren are a team of young racing drivers, employed by Porsche and driving for various private teams, as Porsche officially retired from factory racing after winning the 1998 24 Hours of Le Mans overall with the Porsche 911 GT1. The current Porsche Junioren are Sven Muller of Germany, Matteo Cairoli of Italy, Mathieu Jaminet of the France, and Dennis Olsen of Norway.

Marcel Tiemann is a race driver from Germany. He is best known for being a five-time winner of the 24 Hours Nürburgring race with Opel and Porsche.

Wilhelm Haarmann German chemist

Gustav Ludwig Friedrich Wilhelm Haarmann was a German chemist and together with Karl Reimer and Ferdinand Tiemann as scientific consultant founded the Haarmann & Reimer chemical plant for the production of vanillin.

Abafungin chemical compound

Abafungin (INN) is a broad-spectrum antifungal agent with a novel mechanism of action for the treatment of dermatomycoses.

Claremont Avenue

Claremont Avenue is a short avenue in the Manhattan borough of New York City. It begins at 116th Street and runs north for a length of eleven blocks until it ends at Tiemann Place.

Persson Motorsport German auto racing team

Persson Motorsport is an auto racing team based in Germany. Managed by Ingmar Persson, they have competed in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters since their formation in 1993, running privateer Mercedes.

93rd Infantry Division (Wehrmacht) German Army infantry division in World War II

The 93rd Infantry Division was a German infantry division that was formed in the fall of 1939. The division fought in the Second World War in both the Battle of France and on the Eastern Front. It was ultimately destroyed by the Red Army in March 1945 while defending East Prussia.

German XXIII. Corps was a corps in the German Army during World War II.

The Klingspor Type Foundry was a German hot metal type foundry established in 1892 when Carl Klingspor bought out the Rudhard’sche Foundry of Offenbach. His sons, Karl and younger brother Wilhelm, took on the business in 1904, renaming the foundry Gebrüder Klingspor in 1906, and turned it into a major concern. Famous type designers like Rudolf Koch, Walter Tiemann and Otto Eckmann worked for this foundry and created well known typefaces like Koch Antiqua, Wilhelm Klingspor, Tiemann Antiqua and Eckmann.

<i>Goodbye, Franziska</i> (1941 film) 1941 film by Helmut Käutner

Goodbye, Franziska is a 1941 German romance film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Marianne Hoppe, Hans Söhnker and Fritz Odemar. It portrays the relationship between a globetrotting reporter and his devoted wife. The film was remade in 1957.

<i>Trust No One</i> (DevilDriver album) album by DevilDriver

Trust No One is the seventh studio album from American groove metal band DevilDriver. The album was released on May 13, 2016, via Napalm Records. This is the first Devildriver album since guitarist Jeff Kendrick and drummer John Boecklin departed and were replaced by Neal Tiemann and Austin D'Amond, respectively. During the writing process, DevilDriver recruited a new bassist in Diego Ibarra who performed and contributed to the bass parts of the album in addition to Tiemann and long-time guitarist Mike Spreitzer.

1970 Nebraska gubernatorial election

The 1970 Nebraska gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1970, and featured businessman James Exon, a Democrat, defeating incumbent Republican Governor Norbert Tiemann.

1966 Nebraska gubernatorial election

The 1966 Nebraska gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1966, and featured former Wausa Mayor Norbert Tiemann, a Republican, defeating Democratic nominee, Lieutenant Governor Philip C. Sorensen. This was the first gubernatorial election in Nebraska in which the term in office was extended from two to four years, with a limit of two consecutive terms.