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Dan Severn Dan "The Beast" Severn (born June 8, 1958 in Coldwater, Michigan) is an American mixed martial artist and professional wrestler, notable for his success in the early years of Ultimate Fighting Championship tournaments. Severn has also fought for many NHB and shootwrestling organizations including International Fighting Championship, Extreme Challenge, Future Brawl, United Shoot Wrestling Federation, PRIDE, U-Japan, King of the Cage, Gladiator Challenge and a number of Brazilian organizations.
Dan Shaughnessy Dan Shaughnessy is a sports columnist and reporter for The Boston Globe as well as an award winning author. His Curse of the Bambino details the travails of the Boston Red Sox and their search for a World Series championship after selling Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees.
Dan Shechtman Dan Shechtman is the Philip Tobias Professor of Materials Science at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. In 1982, he discovered the Icosahedral Phase which opened the new field of quasiperiodic crystals.
Dan Shideler A writer and editor for Krause Publications, based in Iola, Wisconsin. He writes regular columns for Gun List, a firearms trading magazine, and Military Trader, another magazine published by Krause Publications, which is owned by F&W Publications based out of Ohio.
Dan Shulman Dan Shulman (born 1967 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian-born sportscaster with ESPN, serving as the network's voice for baseball games on television and radio. He is the lead announcer for both ESPN's college basketball coverage (primarily paired with Dick Vitale) and ESPN Radio's Saturday and Sunday night baseball coverage (with Dave Campbell).
Dan Schneider (TV producer) Dan Schneider (born January 14, 1966), is the owner of Schneider's Bakery, a TV production company known for doing "children's sitcoms" for the cable network Nickelodeon. Its first major show was Drake & Josh starring Drake Bell and Josh Peck, it premiered in January 2004.
Dan Schneider (writer) Dan Schneider (born 1965) is a United States poet, critic, essayist, and fiction writer best known for his criticism and literary website Cosmoetica. Schneider was born out of wedlock to a Minnesota mother and given up for adoption in New York City. After being in a gang during his youth, he discovered poetry as a young adult and educated himself in the subject. He has since published his poetry and essays in a number of magazines and newspapers. Schneiderâ€™s outspoken critiques of academic-style writings and political correctness in publishing have caused him to be recognized in a number of media outlets, including The New York Times and City Pages.
Dan Sileo Dan Sileo (born March 1, 1966 in Stamford, Connecticut) is a sports radio personality. Before his current career, he was an American football defensive lineman in the National Football League for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Detroit Lions and briefly with the Dallas Cowboys.
Dan Simmons Dan Simmons (born April 4, 1948 in Peoria, Illinois) is an American author most widely known for his Hugo Award-winning science fiction novel Hyperion and its sequel The Fall of Hyperion. The other novels in this series, which is known as the Hyperion Cantos, are Endymion and The Rise of Endymion.
Dan Smith (artist) Dan Smith is an illustrator and graphic artist known for his distinctive "SMIF" signature, and his work for Wizards of the Coast, FASA, White Wolf, Steve Jackson Games, Iron Crown, Hasbro, Nintendo, Namco and others. While known primarily as an illustrator, Dan Smith is also a designer of family card games, including Battle of the Bands.
Dan Smoot Howard Drummond Smoot aka Dan Smoot (born in East Prairie, Mississippi County, Missouri on October 5, 1913â€“ died on July 24, 2003, in Tyler, Smith County, Texas) was an FBI agent and a conservative political activist. From the 1950s to 1971, he published The Dan Smoot Report, which chronicled alleged communist infiltration in various sectors of American society and government.
Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy The Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy is awarded each year to the player of the Ontario Hockey League that is the most humanitarian. Each year the OHL awards a player that has demonstrated outstanding qualities as a positive role model in the community with the OHL Humanitarian Award.
Dan Spang Dan Spang (born August 25, 1983, in Winchester, Massachusetts, USA) is a professional ice hockey defenseman, currently playing for the Worcester Sharks of the American Hockey League. He was drafted by the San Jose Sharks in the second round, 52nd overall, of the 2002 NHL Entry Draft.
Dan Sperber Dan Sperber is a French anthropologist, linguist and cognitive scientist, currently a Research Director at the Jean Nicod Institute, CNRS. He is known, amongst other things, for his work on pragmatics and in particular relevance theory; and also for his theory on â€śepidemiology of representationsâ€ť.
Dan Spivey Dan Spivey (born October 14, 1956) was a professional wrestler who worked for World Championship Wrestling, the World Wrestling Federation, and All Japan Pro Wrestling. Played football at the University of Georgia.
Dan Spring Dan Spring (1 July 1910 â€“ 1 January 1988) was an Irish politician who represented the constituency of Kerry North in the Irish parliament, the DĂˇil, from 1943 to 1981. He was a member of the Irish Labour Party and was the father of Dick Spring, who led the Labour Party from 1982 to 1997.
Dan Stein Dan Joseph Stein, MD, PhD is Professor and Chair of the Dept of Psychiatry and Mental Health at the University of Cape Town, and Director of the MRC Unit on Anxiety and Stress Disorders at the University of Stellenbosch. He is also on Faculty at Mt.
Dan Stewart Dan Stewart represents the 25th Ohio House District which includes German Village, Short North, Franklinton,and Hilltop areas of Columbus. He is a (Democrat from Columbus, Ohio) and was born and raised on Columbus's West Side.
Dan Stryzinski Daniel Thomas Stryzinski (born May 15, 1965 in Vincennes, Indiana) is a former American football punter who played fourteen seasons in the National Football League. He played in Super Bowl XXXIII as a member of the Atlanta Falcons.
Dan Sullivan (ice hockey) Dan Sullivan (born on March 20, 1981, in Weston, Ontario) is a Canadian ice hockey player, who played with the Augusta Lynx of the ECHL during the 2005-2006 season. On August 3, 2006, the Pensacola Ice Pilots announced that they had acquired Sullivan in a trade with the Augusta Lynx in return for goaltender Brett Jaeger.
Dan Sullivan (Musician) Dan Sullivan is an American Indie Rock musician from Chicago, Illinois. He started his musical career with self titled (albeit mirrored) Folk Rock band Nad Navillus, releasing three albums from March 1999 to November 2002.
Dan SwanĂ¶ Dan SwanĂ¶, (born on the March 10, 1973, in FinspĂĄng, Ă–stergĂ¶tland, Sweden), is a Swedish music producer, vocalist, guitarist, bassist, drummer and keyboardist, regarded as influential in the underground death metal, progressive metal, and progressive rock communities, with a small but devoted cult following for his numerous works.
Dan the Dude Dan the Dude was a New York criminal and the longtime owner of the Stag Cafe in the vice district of Satan's Circus, a popular hangout for many of the criminals in New York's underworld. His saloon was eventually purchased by Chick Tricker who later renamed it the Cafe Maryland.
Dan Tichon Dan Tichon (born 1937 in Haifa) is an Israeli politician from the Likud party and a former Speaker of the Knesset. He served as an officer in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and graduated in economics and international relations from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Dan Tolkovsky Aluf Dan Tolkovsky was the commander of the Israeli Air Force from May 1953 to July 1958. Tolkovsky entered the military in 1943, when the Royal Air Force sent a Jewish unit from Palestine to train at a flight school in Rhodesia (present day Zimbabwe).
Dan Topping Daniel Reid Topping (June 11 1912 - May 18 1974) was a part owner and president of the New York Yankees baseball team from 1945 to 1964. Topping, along with Del Webb and Larry MacPhail, purchased the Yankees for $2.
Dan Trapp Dan Trapp (born November 15, 1986) is the current drummer for the New Jersey rock band, Senses Fail, formerly the drummer of the band Not a Clue. He attended elementary school briefly in Peter Cooper Elementary before transferring for the remainder of it and middle school at St.
Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective Dan Turner, also known as the Hollywood Detective, was a fictional private detective created by Robert Leslie Bellem. His first appearance was in the second issue of the pulp magazine Spicy Detective, dated June 1934, and he continued to appear regularly in that magazine (which was retitled Speed Detective in 1943) until its demise in February 1947.
Dan Tyminski Dan Tyminski is a bluegrass composer, vocalist, and instrumentalist. He is a member of the Band Alison Krauss and Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas and has released a solo album entitled Carry Me Across the Mountain (2000) on the Doobie Shea Records label.
Dan Uggla Daniel Cooley Uggla (born March 11 , 1980 in Louisville, Kentucky) is a Major League Baseball second baseman for the Florida Marlins. Uggla lost out to Hanley Ramirez of the Marlins for the 2006 NL Rookie of the year.
Dan Ward-Smith Dan Ward-Smith (born 2 January 1978) is a professional rugby player for Bristol Rugby. Dan joined Bristol for the 2005-6 campaign from Plymouth Albion and looked to make a big impression in his first season in the Premiership.
Dan Warton Dan Warton (born July 28 1972) is an English drummer from the Stourbridge area and founding member of the indie/punk band Ned's Atomic Dustbin. His drumming was often quite dance music orientated and he was usually credited on the group's recordings as "Dan Dan the fast drumming man".
Dan Weinstein (musician) Dan Weinstein is a prolific violinist, trombonist, and occasional music composer in the southern California music scene. Weinstein has recorded in widely disparate genres during the past three decades, but is generally known for live jazz performances.
Dan Weisman Dan Weisman is an American college student who attends UCLA and the twelfth million-dollar winner on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and the third to win on the syndicated version hosted by Meredith Vieira. The news of his win was leaked on Missouri radio station Y107.
Dan Wheeler Daniel Michael Wheeler (born December 10, 1977 in Providence, Rhode Island) is a Major League Baseball pitcher currently playing for the Houston Astros. He was drafted in the 1996 amateur draft by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
Dan Wheldon Daniel Clive Wheldon (born 22 June 1978) is a successful British auto racing driver. Wheldon was born in Emberton, England, and after leaving the European racing scene due to a lack of opportunities, he moved to the United States in 1999.
Dan White Daniel James "Dan" White (September 2, 1946 â€“ October 21, 1985) was the former San Francisco Supervisor who assassinated Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk on November 27, 1978 at City Hall. He was sentenced to seven years in prison and was paroled after five.
Dan Wickens Daniel Patrick Wickens (born 17/08/86) went to The Skinners' School, Tunbridge Wells and has appeared in such films as We've Got The Toaster often doing his own stunts. He stands at 6 foot 5 inches and thus stands out from the crowd not only with his height but also his rugged good looks (one of the reasons he was cast as Boy Racer 1 in We've Got The Toaster).
Dan Williams Dan Williams (born on September 3, 1966 in San Gabrielle, California) is a former professional baseball player and the current bullpen catcher for the Cleveland Indians. He graduated from Corvallis High School.
Dan Wilson (announcer) Dan Wilson (born November 18th, 1980 in Chattanooga, TN) is an American professional wrestling manager for NWA Anarchy Wrestling, best known for his work with the National Wrestling Alliance. Nicknamed "The Reverend", he manages the Devil's Rejects, which consist of "The Strong Style Psycho" Tank, "The Son Of Satan" Azrael, "The No Pain Train" Iceberg, and "The Sleeper Cell" Shaun Tempers.
Dan Wilson (baseball player) Daniel Allen Wilson (born March 25, 1969 in Barrington, Illinois) was a Major League Baseball catcher with the Seattle Mariners. He is regarded as one of the best defensive catchers in major-league history, and had a career fielding percentage of .
Dan Wilson (playwright) Dan Wilson (1970- ) is a San Francisco, California, United States based playwright, actor, director and improvisational comedian. He is the author of three full length produced plays ("In a Distant Country", "411", and "Vagina Dentata") and two produced one-acts ("Pinch" and "Get it?
Dan Winslow DAL (Dallas) Winslow was born in Burwell, Nebraska in 1941. He is one of the 4 original Trashmen along with Tony Andreason, lead vocal & guitar; Bob Reed, bass guitar; and the late Steve Wahrer, drummer, who passed away of esophageal cancer in his early 40's.
Dan Wool Originally from St. Louis, Missouri where he played in the punk rock band The Strikers, Dan Wool is a San Francisco, California, based musician best known for his work as principal composer in film score soundtrack-group Pray for Rain.
Dan Wright Dan Wright (born December 14 1977 in Longview, Texas) is a pitcher for the Seattle Mariners AAA farm team, the Tacoma Rainiers. He grew up in Batesville, Arkansas and graduated high school from Sullivan South in Kingsport, Tennessee.
Dan Zeff Dan Zeff is a British television director and writer, famous for directing episodes of well-known British comedy series such as, Fat Friends, The Worst Week of My Life, Linda Green, At Home with the Braithwaites and Ideal.BBC Comedy Guide - Dan Zeff He has also directed an episode of the 2006 series of Doctor Who, entitled Love & Monsters.
Dan'l Danehy Oakes One of the authors who worked on the Tales from Jabba's Palace anthology project in 1995 through 1996 was the short story writer Dan'l Danehy Oakes, who says he is "too bright to work in a MacDonalds, but not bright enough to be a real scientist, your typical sci-fi writer" and "took refuge at an early age in a vivid fantasy life," as a result of being "physically unfit." The short story he contributed was approximately ten pages, titled "Shaara and the Sarlacc, the Skiff Guard's Tale" referring to the Nikto guard who is devoured by the Sarlacc in the movie Return of the Jedi.
Dan-D Foods Dan-D Foods Ltd is an importer, manufacturer and distributor of cashews, dried fruits, rice crackers, snack foods, spices, and other packaged foods from around the world. The company's products are distributed under its own trademarks of Dan-D-Bulk, Dan-D-Pak and Dan-D-Organic with the slogan "Fine Foods of the Earth.
Dan-Gun Hyung Dan-Gun Hyung (ë‹¨ęµ°/ćŞ€ĺ›) (also Tan-Gun tul or poomsae) is an official pattern of the International Taekwon-Do Federation. It consists of 21 movements and is normally the pattern done by yellow belts, the second hyung that Taekwon-Do members will learn.
Dana Altman Dana Altman is the current Head Coach of the Creighton Bluejays Basketball team and this girl thinks nate funk is the bestest player ever!!!!. Altman is currently third place on the coaching victories list in the 99-year history of the Missouri Valley Conference!!!!
Dana Anderson Dana Anderson (born January 13, 1973 in Oshawa, Ontario) is a former field hockey player from Canada, who earned 57 caps for the Women's Senior National Team during her career. On national level Anderson, a resident of Etobicoke, Ontario, played for Ontario from age fifteen, and for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues from 1991-1996, winning CIAU Nationals in 1993 and 1996.
Dana Andrews Dana Andrews (January 1, 1909 - December 17, 1992) was an American actor. He was born Carver Dana Andrews on a farm just outside of Collins, Covington County, Mississippi, the third of nine children of Anice and Charles Forrest Andrews, a Baptist minister, his given names being the last names of two of the minister's teachers.
Dana Barron Dana Barron (born April 22, 1968 in New York City, New York, USA) is an American actress who has starred in film and on television. She is well known for her role as Audrey Griswold in the 1983 hit comedy classic National Lampoon's Vacation (and its eventual sequel National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie's Island Adventure) and in the 1987 action film Death Wish 4: The Crackdown.
Dana Bourgeois Dana Bourgeois is a well-known luthier who heads a small guitar shop, Pantheon Guitars, in Lewiston, Maine. He makes traditionally-styled acoustic guitars that are very popular in bluegrass and other acoustic music circles.
Dana Brown Dana Brown (born December 11, 1959 in Dana Point, California) is an American surfer, filmmaker, and oldest son of filmmaker Bruce Brown. His films include The Endless Summer Revisited (2000) which is made up of unused footage from The Endless Summer (1964) and The Endless Summer II (1994), as well as some original interviews with the stars of those films.
Dana Centre The Dana Centre, opened in 2003, is an event venue in London for contemporary science debate, run largely by the Science Museum. The building itself houses a cafe bar, which is open during the day and doubles up as the event venue, a free internet cafe (free wireless internet access is also available in the building), and offices used by the Science Museum and the British Association for the Advancement of Science.
Dana College Dana College is an accredited baccalaureate college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, located in Blair, Nebraska. Its rural 150 acre (607,000 mÂ˛) campus is approximately 25 miles (40 km) northwest of Omaha, overlooking a portion of the Missouri River Valley.
Dana Corp. Dana Corporation is an auto parts and systems company currently being reorganized under Chapter 11 bankruptcy law. Suffering from a slump by General Motors, Ford and other carmakers, Dana declared bankruptcy on March 3, 2006.
Dana D. Munsey Dana Dwayne Munsey, (April 4, 1964â€”) born in Roanoke, Virginia, is an auto mechanic and the mayor of Pembroke, in Giles County, Virginia, USA. He is an Independent with no party affiliation, and was first elected in 2002.
Dana Dane Dana Dane (born Dana McLeese) is a rap artist known for humorous raps (performed with a fake English accent) and for his fashion sense. He was born in the Walt Whitman housing project in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, in New York City, and began his rap career as part of the Kongol Crew with fellow rapper Slick Rick, whom he sounded markedly similar to (Slick Rick's English lilt was actually genuine however).
Dana DeLorenzo Dana Rose DeLorenzo, who plays "Marissa Sanchez" on the nationally syndicated radio morning show, Mancow's Morning Madhouse, was born on January 1, 1983 (New Year's Day) in Youngstown, Ohio to parents Jerry and Phyllis DeLorenzo. DeLorenzo is of Mexican and Puerto Rican extraction.
Dana DeMuth Dana Andrew DeMuth (born May 30 1956 in Fremont, Ohio) is an umpire in Major League Baseball. His major league career began in 1985; he umpired in the National League until the umpiring staffs from the American and National Leagues merged in 2000.
Dana Elcar Dana Elcar (October 10, 1927â€“June 6, 2005) was an American television and movie character actor. Although he appeared in about 40 films, his most memorable role was on the 1980s television series MacGyver as Peter Thornton, an administrator working for the Phoenix Foundation.
Dana Foundation The Dana Foundation is a private institution based in New York dedicated to the support of activities and publications in science, health, and education, particularly in the neurosciences. It was founded in 1950 by Charles A.
Dana Gioia Michael Dana Gioia (born December 24, 1950) is an American poet who retired early from his career as a corporate executive at General Foods to write full time. Since January 29, 2003, he has been chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, the United States government's arts agency, and has worked to revitalize an organization that had become gun-shy after the bitter controversies that surrounded it in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Dana Hall Dana Eric Hall (born July 8, 1969 in Bellflower, California), was a former American professional football player who was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the 1st round (18th overall) of the 1992 NFL Draft. A 6'2", 206 lbs.
Dana Hill Dana Lynne Goetz (May 6, 1964 - July 15, 1996) was an American actress and voice actor who was best known for her raspy voice and child-like appearance. The surname of her stage name of Dana Hill was in fact her mother's maiden name.
Dana Howard (contactee) Dana Howard was one of the mid-1950s contactees inspired by George Adamski. Among her published books were My Flight to Venus (1954), Diane: She Came From Venus (1956), Over the Threshold (1957), Vesta, the Earthborn Venusian and Up Rainbow Hill (both 1959), The Keys to the Citadel of Space (1960) and The Kingdom of Space (1961).
Dana International Dana International (Hebrew: ×“× ×” ××™× ××¨× ×©×™×•× ×ś; stage name of Sharon Cohen, born Yaron Cohen in Tel Aviv, Israel on February 2, 1972) is an Israeli transsexual pop singer of Yemenite origin, who won the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest for her song "Diva". She was the first Israeli artist to be interviewed on MTV.
Dana Laframboise Dana Laframboise (born April 25, 1980) is a champion lightweight boxer from Canada, who won the silver medal at the 1999 Pan American Games. Laframboise is a nine-time provincial champion, a Canadian national gold medalist at the junior, intermediate and senior levels and has won many international titles to name but a few.
Dana Lynn Dana Lynn (born Dana James) is a pornographic actress who appeared in over 90 movies during her career. She began in the adult industry in 1987, appearing in mostly plot-driven features and continued to appear in adult films until 1995.
Dana McLean Greeley Dana McLean Greeley (July 5, 1908-June 13, 1986) was a Unitarian minister, the last president of the American Unitarian Association and, upon its merger with the Universalist Church in America, was the founding president of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Dana Scott Dana Stewart Scott (born 1932) is the emeritus Hillman University Professor of Computer Science, Philosophy, and Mathematical Logic at Carnegie Mellon University; he is now retired and lives in Berkeley, California. His research career has spanned computer science, mathematics ,and philosophy, and has been characterised by a marriage of a concern for elucidating fundamental concepts in the manner of informal rigor, with a cultivation of mathematically hard problems that bear on these concepts.
Dana Scully Special Agent Dana Katherine Scully (born February 23, 1964) is a fictional character on the FOX television series The X-Files, played by Gillian Anderson. She is an FBI Special Agent, partnered on the X-Files with Special Agent Fox Mulder.
Dana Schoenfield Dana Schoenfield was an American swimmer who partipicated in the 1972 Munich Summer Games and won a silver medal in the 200m breaststroke. She was raised in Anaheim, California, where she attended Loara High school and swam for the Disneyland Swim Team.
Dana Sterling Dana Sterling is a fictional character from the Robotech anime television series. The character was adapted from the originally unrelated characters Komilia Maria Fallyna Jenius in The Super Dimension Fortress Macross and Jeanne Francaix in The Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross.
Dana Suesse Dana Suesse, (3 December, 1909 in Kansas City - 16 October, 1987 in New York) was a multi-talented musician, composer and lyricist. While still a child, Dana (full name Nadine Dana Suesse) toured the Midwest vaudeville circuits with an act centered on dancing and piano playing.
Dana Valery Dana Valery (also known as Dana Valery Catalano) was a television performer of the 1960s and 1970s who appeared on several different shows. One such appearance came as a panelist on the episode of television game show What's My Line?
Dana west Dana West is an actress and model and has doneso for the past 25 years. She currently has had her television show [Adrenaline TV] airing across the world and she continues to work as a television host and commercial actress as well as a model.
Dana ZĂˇtopkovĂˇ Dana ZĂˇtopkovĂˇ (nĂ©e IngrovĂˇ, born in KarvinĂˇ-FryĹˇtĂˇt, September 19, 1922, exactly the same day as her husband Emil ZĂˇtopek) was an outstanding Czech athlete in her own right in throwing the javelin. She won the gold medal for javelin in the 1952 Summer Olympics (only an hour after her husband won the 5000 m), and the silver medal in the 1960 Summer Olympics.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is a Comprehensive Cancer Center designated by the National Cancer Institute. It is a major affiliate of Harvard Medical School and is located in the Longwood Medical Area in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site The Dana House or Dana-Thomas House (built 1902-04) is the first expression of architect Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie Style.The Houses That Wright Built New York Times, June 8 1986 Located at 301 East Lawrence Avenue in Springfield, Illinois for patron Susan Lawrence Dana, the town house reflects the mutual affection of the patron and the architect for organic architecture, the relatively flat landscape of the U.
Dana, Massachusetts Dana is a former town located in Worcester County, Massachusetts. Formed from parts of Petersham, Greenwich, and Hardwick, it was incorporated in 1801, and was disincorporated on April 28 1938, as part of the creation of the Quabbin Reservoir.
Danah Boyd Danah Michele Boyd (born 1977), also known as danah boyd, is an American academic, researcher, blogger, and employee of Yahoo! best known for media appearances where she speaks about sodomy as an inexpensive contraception method with partners from social networking sites such as Friendster and MySpace.
Danai Varveri Danai Varveri () is a Greek free diver, mostly known for her world record dive in 1999 to 40 meters (132 feet) without a mask, fins or suit, in the (later established) discipline of constant weight without fins, in 71 seconds. The dive also marked the inauguration of the Big Blue Games, a free diving competition to be held annually in Spetses, Greece, with the cooperation of the Mayor of Spetses and with the participation of free diving champions from all over the world.
Danakil Desert The Danakil Desert lies in north eastern Ethiopia and in southern Eritrea, where it forms the Southern Red Sea district. The homeland of the Afar people, it is known for its heat and for the Afar Depression, lying up to 100 m below sea level.
Danan Danan (uncertain derivation) (1460 ft) was one of the three volcanic cones (the others being Perboewatan and Rakata) on the island of Krakatoa, in the Sunda Strait, in Indonesia. It lay in the center area of the island, and may have been a twin volcano.
Danan (woreda) Danan is one of the 47 woredas in the Somali Region of Ethiopia, named after its major town, Danan. Part of the Gode Zone, Danan is bordered on the south by the Shebelle River which separates it from the Afder Zone, on the west by Gode, on the north by the Degehabur Zone, on the east by the Korahe Zone, and on the southeast by Kelafo.
Danaparoid Danaparoid sodium (OrgaranÂ®) is an anticoagulant that works by inhibiting activated factor X (factor Xa). Danaparoid is considered a "low molecular weight heparin" but is chemically distinct from heparin and thus has little cross-reactivity in heparin-intolerant patients.
Danapur Danapur is a satellite town of Patna in Bihar province of India on the right bank of the Ganges. In 1857 the sepoy garrison of the place initiated the rebellion of that year in Patna district, but after a conflict with the European troops were forced to retire from the town, and subsequently laid siege to Arrah.
Danaus Danaus, or Danaos ("sleeper") was a Greek mythological character, twin brother of Aegyptus and son of Belus, a mythical king of Egypt. The myth of Danaus is a foundation legend (or re-foundation legend) of Argos, one of the foremost Mycenaean cities of the Peloponnesus.
Danaus genutia The Common Tiger (Danaus genutia) is a butterfly found in India that belongs to the "Crows and Tigers", that is, the danaine group of the Brush-footed butterflies family (Evans 1932). It has some 16 subspecies; its evolutionary relationships are not completely resolved, but it appears to be closest to the Malay Tiger and White Tiger (Smith et al.
Danaus chrysippus The Plain Tiger (Danaus chrysippus) or - outside Asia - African Monarch is a common butterfly which is widespread in Asia and Africa. It belongs to the danaine ("Crows and Tigers") subfamily of the brushfooted butterfly family Nymphalidae.
Danazol Danazol is a derivative of the synthetic steroid ethisterone, a modified testosterone. It was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as the first drug to treat specifically endometriosis, but its role as a treatment for endometriosis has been largely replaced by the GnRH agonists.
DanĂel ĂgĂşst Haraldsson DanĂel ĂgĂşst Haraldsson is an Icelandic solo artist, formerly of the bands Gus Gus and NĂ˝ DĂ¶nsk. He also participated in the Eurovision song contest in 1989 for Iceland with the song "ĂžaĂ° Sem Enginn SĂ©r".
DanĂel ĂugĂşst Haraldsson DanĂel ĂgĂşst Haraldsson is an icelandic solo artist, formerly of the bands Gus Gus and NĂ˝ DĂ¶nsk. He also participated in the Eurovision song contest in 1989 for Iceland with the song "ĂžaĂ° Sem Enginn SĂ©r".
Danbury (Metro-North station) The Danbury Metro-North Railroad station serves residents of Danbury, Connecticut and surrounding areas at the north terminal of the Danbury Branch of the New Haven Line. Since the Danbury Branch is a single track, most service is a shuttle to South Norwalk with three peak-hour runs to Grand Central; service to South Norwalk takes approximately 47 minutes, service to Grand Central 1 hour, 55 minutes.
Danbury Branch Metro-North Railroad's Danbury Branch is a branch of their New Haven Line from downtown Norwalk, Connecticut north to Danbury. It opened in 1852 as the Danbury and Norwalk Railroad, and was later connected to other lines at its north end.
Danbury Fair The Danbury Fair was a yearly exhibition in Danbury, Connecticut. It was begun in 1821 as an agricultural fair, but did not have a regular schedule until 1869 when hat manufacturers Rundle and White helped form the Danbury Farmers and Manufacturers Society.