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Wathey is the surname of the following people:

Andrew Brian Wathey is the Vice-Chancellor of Northumbria University, the former Newcastle Polytechnic, being there since 2008.

Claude Wathey Sint Maarten politician

Claude Wathey, was a prominent politician of the Democratic Party from the island of Sint Maarten. He was knighted by the Dutch Crown for his political longevity.

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Ranworth Antiphoner

The Ranworth Antiphoner is a 15th-century illuminated antiphoner of the Sarum Rite). It was commissioned for St. Helen's Church, Ranworth, where it is now on display. The volume comprises 285 vellum pages of writing and illustrations, with daily services in medieval Latin and 19 miniatures.

Winair, an abbreviation of Windward Islands Airways International NV, is a government-owned airline based in Sint Maarten. Founded in 1961 by Georges Greaux, It has a fleet of seven aircraft serving ten destinations, all within the Leeward Islands group of the Lesser Antilles in the North East Caribbean. It has its headquarters on the grounds of Princess Juliana International Airport.

Democratic Party Sint Maarten political party in Sint Maarten

The Democratic Party Sint Maarten is a political party in Sint Maarten. The party has long been associated with its powerful leader and business tycoon Claude Wathey. Wathey stepped down from his leadership post in 1992.

Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport airport on the Caribbean island of Saba

Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport is an airport on the Dutch Caribbean island of Saba.

University of St. Martin university

The University of St. Martin (USM) is a university in Philipsburg, Sint Maarten founded in 1989. It closed on October 31, 2017. As of 2018 it has reopened. Its specialization was the hospitality program of which it offers the UK accredited Higher National Diploma. The USM had about 350 part and full-time students, and more than 500 alumni. Its president was Dr. Francio Guadeloupe.

Tiny Dancers were an English band from South Elmsall, West Yorkshire. They are David William Kay, Chris Etherington, Dale Wathey, Duncan Morrison (drums) and David Glover. Based in Sheffield, they signed to Parlophone in early 2006 and supported acts as diverse as The Spinto Band, Babyshambles, Richard Ashcroft, Larrikin Love, Bob Dylan, as well as a co-headlining tour with Ghosts and their own headline tour.

Guillaume d'Ercuis was the almoner to King Philip III of France and the tutor of his son, King Philip IV. He was a royal notary, and, as one of the King's men, a canon of the cathedrals of Laon, Noyon, Senlis, Mello, Marchais and of Reims, archdeacon of Laon and of Thiérache. He derived his name from his small seigneurie of Ercuis in the Beauvaisis between Neuilly-en-Thelle and Cires-lès-Mello, about 55 km from Paris. At Ercuis he erected a chapel dedicated to Virgin Mary, served by the monks of the Abbey of St Genevieve, Paris.

Margaret Bent, is an English musicologist.

The Lambeth Choirbook - also known as the Arundel Choirbook - is an illuminated choirbook dating to the sixteenth century. It contains music for 7 Masses, 4 Magnificats, and 8 motets. Much of the music is by Tudor-period composers. The major contributors are Robert Fayrfax and Nicholas Ludford; between them they contributed at least ten of its nineteen pieces. Only three of Fayrfax's works have his name attached to them, but five other pieces are known as his; these, along with two by Ludford, are known from concordances in the Caius Choirbook and other manuscripts. Seven anonymous pieces exist in the book:

Forest of Halatte forest in France

The Forest of Halatte in Picardy is one of the largest remaining blocks of natural old growth forest in France. Situated in the département of Oise near Senlis and Pont-Sainte-Maxence, it currently embraces 43 square kilometers. Together with the Forest of Chantilly and the Forest of Ermenonville it forms the Massif des Trois Forêts. On the north it borders the Forest of Compiègne. The Forest of Halatte is still a source of oak and beech timber.

Queldryk was an English composer. He is thought to have been associated with a similarly named estate (Wheldrake) of the Cistercian monastery of Fountains Abbey in Yorkshire. He may have been the Richard Queldryk who donated a miscellanea volume of sacred music to Lichfield Cathedral.

The United People's Party is a political party in Sint Maarten founded in 2010. The party currently holds five seats in the Parliament of Sint Maarten.

Marcel Gumbs Prime Minister of Sint Maarten

Marcel Faustiano Augustin Gumbs is a Sint Maarten politician who served as the 2nd Prime Minister of Sint Maarten from 2014 to 2015. He was selected as Prime Minister in the coalition agreement between the United People's Party and the independent Members Parliament Cornelius de Weever and Leona Marlin-Romeo. Prior to becoming Prime Minister he served as a member on the Sint Maarten Council of Advise.

The 1913 All-Western college football team consists of American football players selected to the All-Western teams chosen by various selectors for the 1913 college football season. Five Western players were also selected as consensus All-Americans on the 1913 College Football All-America Team: Miller Pontius, Ray Keeler, Paul Des Jardien, Gus Dorais, and James B. Craig.

The 1340s in music involved some events.

The 1310s in music involved some events.