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Glenn Dakin Glenn Dakin (1960 - ) is a British cartoonist and author of children's books. He was a contributor to a number of British comics magazines including Escape and Deadline and was part of the British small press comics scene in the 1980s.
Glenn Dale Hospital Glenn Dale Hospital was a tuberculosis sanitarium in Prince Georges County, Maryland in the United States. It's a large facility, 22 buildings on over 200 acres, that was built in 1934 and closed in 1982 due to asbestos.
Glenn Danzig Glenn Danzig (born Glenn Allen Anzalone on June 23, 1955 in Lodi, New Jersey, USA), is an American singer, songwriter and musician who is largely considered to be one of the fathers of the Horrorpunk genre of music. He is the founder of The Misfits (original lineup 1977-1983), Samhain, and Danzig.
Glenn Danzig & the Power and Fury Orchestra This band performed only one song, "You and Me (Less than Zero)", track five on the Less than Zero Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1987). The band consisted of vocalist Glenn Danzig, guitarist John Christ, drummer Chuck Biscuits, bassist George Drakoulias, and other uncredited sessional musicians and female vocalists.
Glenn Davis (baseball) Glenn Earle Davis (born March 28, 1961 in Jacksonville, Florida) is a former first baseman in Major League Baseball who played with the Houston Astros (1984-90) and Baltimore Orioles (1991-93). He batted and threw right handed.
Glenn Davis (web design) Glenn Davis was one of the first web designers. He is best known for his site, Project Cool, which included a daily Project Cool Sighting (formerly known as: Cool Site of the Day) which was a single daily link showing some of the best web design of the time.
Glenn De Baeremaeker Glenn De Baeremaeker is a Toronto city councillor representing one of the two Scarborough Centre wards, Ward 38 Scarborough Centre. The son of a working class family he has a Masters in international development and spent six months in Ethiopia at the height of the 1980s famine.
Glenn Dobbs Glenn Dobbs (born July 12, 1920 in McKinney, Texas) was an American Football player in the All-America Football Conference. He played college football at the University of Tulsa before playing with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1946 and 1947, and the Los Angeles Dons from 1948 through 1949.
Glenn Docherty Glenn Docherty (born 20 October 1983) is a South Australian local government Councillor. He was elected to the City of Playford Council in the 2003 council elections, as one of two councillors for the electorate called Ward Six.
Glenn Earl Glenn Earl (born June 10, 1981 in Lisle, Illinois) is an American football player who currently plays safety for the Houston Texans. He began his career at the University of Notre Dame as a receiver before switching to safety after his redshirt freshman season.
Glenn Edmund Messer Glenn Edmund Messer (July 12, 1895 â€“ June 13, 1995) was an aviation pioneer, responsible for major advances in the use and modification of existing aircraft and in the design and construction of aircraft and aircraft instruments.
Glenn Eichler Glenn Eichler started out as an editor for the National Lampoon magazine. From there, he moved over to work as story editor for the MTV television shows, Beavis and Butt-head and The Maxx, and was later responsible for creating the character Daria Morgendorffer for Beavis and Butt-head.
Glenn Elliott Herbert Glenn Elliott (born November 11, 1919 in Sapulpa, Oklahoma - July 27, 1969 in Portland, Oregon} was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played from 1947â€“1949 for the Boston Braves. He played for Oregon State University in college, lettering in 1925, 1926, and 1927.
Glenn Erickson Glenn Erickson is an American film editor and film critic. He started in the film industry in 1975 as an editor of low budget films and later worked in minor technical crew capacities in such major films as Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) and Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979).
Glenn Ferris Glenn Ferris (born 1950 in Los Angeles, California) is a jazz trombonist who has also worked in other fields. Outside of jazz he has played for Frank Zappa, Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, Duran Duran, and others.
Glenn Fitzgerald Glenn Fitzgerald, who played the character of Sean in The Sixth Sense, has had over 30 roles in movies or television series. Some of his movies include Series 7: The Contenders, Neal Cassady, and Flirting With Disaster.
Glenn Fleishman Glenn Fleishman is a freelance journalist who edits Wi-Fi Networking News, a widely cited early news blog that covers wireless data networking. Fleishman founded one of the earliest Web development firms, Point of Presence Company, worked at Amazon.
Glenn Foley Glenn Foley (b. October 10, 1970) was an American football player in the National Football League with the New York Jets from 1994-1998 and Seattle Seahawks in 1999, and the Arena Football League with the New Jersey Gladiators in 2002.
Glenn Ford Gwyllyn Samuel Newton "Glenn" Ford (May 1 1916 â€“ August 30 2006) was an acclaimed Canadian-born actor from Hollywood's Golden Era with a career that spanned seven decades. He was born to Anglo-Quebecer parents in Sainte-Christine-d'Auvergne, Portneuf, QuĂ©bec and was a grand-nephew of Canada's first Prime Minister Sir John A.
Glenn Frankel Glenn Frankel is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and former editor of the Washington Post Sunday magazine. He is also the acclaimed author of two books, "Beyond the Promised Land: Jews and Arabs on the Hard Road to a New Israel" and "Rivonia's Children: Three Families and the Cost of Conscience in White South Africa".
Glenn Freeborn Glenn Freeborn (born February 6, 1973) was a Collingwood Magpies]Collingwood] player in the [[Australian Football League for both North Melbourne (1995-1998) and Collingwood (1999-2003). A durable utility, Freeborn is best known for his three goals in the Kangaroos 1996 Premiership triumph over Sydney.
Glenn Gould Glenn Herbert Gould (September 25, 1932 â€“ October 4, 1982) was a celebrated Canadian pianist, noted especially for his recordings of Johann Sebastian Bach's keyboard music. He gave up live performance in 1964, dedicating himself to the recording studio for the rest of his career.
Glenn Gould Prize The Glenn Gould Prize is an international award bestowed by the Glenn Gould Foundation in memory of noted Canadian pianist Glenn Gould. It is awarded every third year to a living individual in recognition of his/her contributions to music and communication.
Glenn Hauser Glenn Hauser (born April 12, 1945 - Berkeley, California) is an internationally-known DXer and radio host from Enid, Oklahoma, USA. He produces and narrates the weekly 30-minute radio show "World Of Radio", heard on various non-commercial AM and FM radio stations throughout the USA, plus worldwide on shortwave radio.
Glenn Hawker Glenn Hawker (Australian Rules Football) was a classy left footer for the Essendon Football Club during the late 1970s and 1980s. A member of Essendon's 1984 and 1985 premiership sides, Hawker finished his career with rival team Carlton.
Glenn Healy Glenn Healy (born August 23 1962 in Pickering, Ontario, Canada) is a television sports commentator and former ice hockey goaltender who played for 15 years in the National Hockey League. During his career, Healy played for the Los Angeles Kings, New York Islanders, New York Rangers and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Glenn Helder Glenn Helder (born 28 October 1968 in Leiden) is a former Dutch footballer. He was a product of Ajax Amsterdam's youth system, though to get first team football he moved to Sparta Rotterdam in 1989 where he played 93 games, scoring 9 goals.
Glenn Hoffman Glenn Edward Hoffman (born July 7 1958 in Orange, California) is a former shortstop in Major League Baseball and the current third base coach for the San Diego Padres. Previously, he was the third base coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and in 1998 he took over the managerial position for the final half of the season when Bill Russell was fired along with general manager Fred Claire.
Glenn Howerton Glenn Franklin Howerton III (b. 1978 in Japan) is an American actor of television and film probably best known for either his role of Dennis Reynolds on the FX TV series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia or for the role of Corey Howard on the 2002 sitcom That 80s Show.
Glenn Hubbard (baseball) Glenn Dee Hubbard (born September 25 1957 in Hahn AFB, West Germany) is a former second baseman in Major League Baseball who played from 1978 to 1989, primarily for the Atlanta Braves, but also for the Oakland Athletics.
Glenn Hughes (American singer) Glenn Hughes (July 18, 1950 - March 4, 2001) was the original "Biker" character in the disco group Village People from 1977 to 1996 and one of the group's straight members. He graduated Class of 1968 from Chaminade High School.
Glenn Chadbourne Glenn Chadbourne is an American artist based in Maine. He is best known for his work in the horror and fantasy genres, having created covers and illustrated books and magazines for publishers such as Cemetery Dance Publications.
Glenn Jarrett Glenn Jarrett (born August 11, 1950) is a former NASCAR driver and the oldest son of Ned Jarrett and older brother of Dale Jarrett. He made 10 Winston Cup starts from 1978 to 1983 with a best finish of 12th at Ontario Motor Speedway.
Glenn Jones Glenn Jones (born in Jacksonville, FL) started his career as a gospel singer and has since, managed a successful move into the R&B field. He got his start in R&B in 1980 when Norman Connors featured Jones on a track on his album, Take It To The Limit.
Glenn Kaiser Glenn Kaiser (born in 21 January, 1953) is a Chicago-based blues musician, having recorded both electric blues and country blues albums, and Christian pastor and speaker. He is very active in the Contemporary Christian music community.
Glenn Kirkham Glenn Kirkham (born on October 8, 1982 in Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire) is an English field hockey player, who made his international senior debut for the national squad in January 2002 in a match against Poland. He is nicknamed Glenda, and played club hockey for Long Sutton.
Glenn Lazarus Glenn Lazarus is an Australian rugby league player who primarily played as a front-rower. His playing career spanned between 1989 and 1999, and has played for the Canberra Raiders, Brisbane Broncos and Melbourne Storm.
Glenn Lee Benner II Glenn Benner was executed by the State of Ohio on February 7, 2006 for the sexual assaults and murders of two Ohio women. Convicted of aggravated murder, kidnapping and rape on May 14, 1986, Benner spent 19 years, 8 months, and 25 days on death row.
Glenn Lewis Glenn Lewis (born Glen Ricketts on March 13, 1975 in Toronto, Canada) is a Canadian R&B and neo soul singer and songwriter. Originally planning to pursue a career in animation as a teenager, Lewis instead decided to focus on music.
Glenn LjungstrĂ¶m Glenn LjungstrĂ¶m is a musician and the original guitarist of In Flames along with the band's originator, Jesper StrĂ¶mblad. LjungstrĂ¶m was in the band for a solid 7 years and appeared on Lunar Strain, The Jester Race, Black-Ash Inheritance and Whoracle.
Glenn Macaskill Glenn Macaskill is an author currently living in South Africa, formerly a long-serving member of the BSA Police in Zimbabwe (previously Rhodesia). His works often contain strong political undertones, exemplified at times by graphic discriptions of atrocities committed by Robert Mugabe's Fifth Brigade.
Glenn McCarthy Glenn Herbert McCarthy (December 25, 1907 - December 26, 1988) was a wildcatter and a flamboyant oil tycoon. The oil industry community and the media bestowed him with the nicknames of "Diamond Glenn" and "The King of the Wildcatters".
Glenn McGrath Glenn Donald McGrath (born 9 February 1970 in Dubbo, New South Wales) is an Australian cricket player. He is one of the most highly regarded fast-medium pace bowlers in cricketing history, and a leading contributor to Australia's domination of world cricket since the mid-1990s to .
Glenn McMillan Glenn McMillan is a Brazilian-Australian actor, born on October 5, 1984 in the small town of SĂŁo JoĂŁo da Boa Vista, Brazil, though he has lived for most of his life in Australia. McMillan is of both Brazilian (from his mother) and Australian (from his father) descent.
Glenn Medeiros Glenn Alan Medeiros (born June 24, 1970) is a singer and songwriter of Portuguese ancestry from the state of Hawai'i. From humble beginnings performing on a tour bus on the island of Kauai, Medeiros's musical career soared.
Glenn Metcalfe Glenn Hayden Metcalfe (born 15 April 1970 in Auckland) is a former rugby union footballer who played at full back for Glasgow, Castres and Scotland. His best moment in a Scotland shirt was his famous try saving tackle on Rupeni Caucaunibuca in the 2003 world cup against Fiji, which enabled Scotland to go through to the quarterfinals.
Glenn Miller Alton Glenn Miller (March 1, 1904 â€” presumably December 15, 1944), was an American jazz musician and bandleader in the swing era. He is widely recognized as one of the genre's best-selling performers from 1939 to 1942 and fronted one of the most well-known "Big Bands.
Glenn Moore Glenn Moore is the head coach of the Baylor softball team. In eight seasons as a collegiate head coach, Moore has amassed a career coaching record of 391-164, including stops at William Carey College and Louisiana State University (LSU).
Glenn Morrison Glenn Adam Morrison (born May 28, 1976 in Canterbury, NSW) is an Australian rugby league player for the Bradford Bulls of the Super League. In January 2007 Bradford Bulls Head Coach Steve McNamara appointed Glenn as vice-captain in his inaugural season at the club.
Glenn Morshower Glenn Morshower (born April 24, 1959 in Dallas, Texas) is an American actor perhaps best known for his recurring role as Secret Service Agent Aaron Pierce on the television drama 24. Along with the star of the series Kiefer Sutherland (Jack Bauer), he is one of only two actors to appear in each of the first five seasons and who is scheduled to reprise his role during season six.
Glenn Phillips For the past 40 years, Glenn Phillips has made his living as a guitarist and composer, with 12 critically acclaimed albums out under his own name. Two of his recent releases received 4-star reviews in Rolling Stone, including Echoes, a double CD compilation with a 40-page booklet written by Phillips.
Glenn Plummer Glenn Plummer (born August 18, 1961 in Richmond, California, USA) is an African-American film and television actor. He has appeared in numerous films and television series, primarily in supporting roles or small bit parts, such as High Top in Colors.
Glenn Porter Glenn Porter is a drummer from Chicago, most famous for forming Alkaline Trio with fellow bike messenger Matt Skiba and Rob Doran, which he later left in 2000 after recording 2 albums with them. He is also a former 88 Fingers Louie member.
Glenn Presnell Glenn Presnell (July 28, 1905 - September 13, 2004) was a football player. Born in Gilead, Nebraska and educated at University of Nebraska where he was an all-American, Presnell played for the NFL's Portsmouth Spartans, who later became the Detroit Lions, in the 1930s.
Glenn R. Conrad Glenn R. Conrad (September 3, 1932 - June 4, 2003) was a historian of south Louisiana culture, as well as an expert on archival studies, nineteenth-century European history, and the history of colonial Louisiana.
Glenn Research Center The Glenn Research Center is a NASA center, located in Cleveland, Ohio between Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and the Rocky River Reservation (part of the Cleveland Metroparks). Its current Director is Dr.
Glenn Reynolds Glenn Harlan Reynolds (born 1960) is Beauchamp Brogan Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Tennessee, and is best known for his weblog, Instapundit, one of the most widely read American political weblogs. He is a strong supporter of Porkbusters and the Iraq War.
Glenn Robert Davis Glenn Robert Davis (1914-1988) was a member of the United States House of Representatives for Wisconsin's Second Congressional District from April 22, 1947 to January 3, 1957 and Wisconsin's Ninth Congressional District from January 3, 1965 to December 31, 1974.
Glenn Sacks Glenn Sacks is an American men's and fathers' issues columnist and a nationally syndicated radio talk show host. His radio show, His Side with Glenn Sacks, can be heard on KMPC 1540 AM in Los Angeles and on KKOL 1300 AM in Seattle, Washington.
Glenn Scobey Warner Glenn Scobey Warner (April 5, 1871â€“September 7, 1954) was an American football coach, also known as Pop Warner. During his 44-year career as a head coach (1895â€“1938), Warner had 319 major NCAA college football wins.
Glenn Shorrock Glenn Barrie Shorrock (born on June 30, 1944, in Chatham, Kent, UK) is an Australian singer and songwriter, best known as a founding member and lead singer of rock band, The Little River Band. Shorrock currently lives in Sydney with his wife Jo.
Glenn Schwartz Glenn Schwartz first came to the attention of rock music audiences as the original guitarist for The James Gang based in Cleveland. In 1969, Schwartz, who had been voted one of the top five electric blues guitar players in a national DJ poll, left the James Gang to join Los Angeles based Blues band Pacific Gas & Electric, and in 1970, scored a national top 20 hit with the song Are You Ready?.
Glenn Spencer Glenn Spencer is a self-proclaimed anti-illegal immigration activist who advocates greater vigilance in securing the United Statesâ€“Mexico border against Mexicans and illegal immigration. He calls for maximum deportation efforts for all illegal immigrants, and supports an English-only government language policy.
Glenn Stafford Glenn Stafford composed the orchestral-style music for many of Blizzard Entertainment's video games, including the three Warcraft games and StarCraft, as well as the Super Nintendo games Blackthorne, Justice League Task Force and Death and Return of Superman. Besides this, he performed voice work for characters in Warcraft II, III, StarCraft (which he also directed), Diablo, and World of Warcraft.
Glenn Sterle Glenn Sterle (born January 3, 1960) is an Australian politician. A former trade union organiser, he has been an Australian Labor Party member of the Australian Senate since 2005, representing the state of Western Australia.
Glenn Street Theatre Located in the Forest Community Centre at the corner of Glen Street & Blackbutts Road Belrose, and opened on 6 July 1985, Glen Street Theatre is a 400 seat proscenium arch auditorium. The theatre regularly presents productions from many of Australia â€™s performing arts companies including Sydney Theatre Company, Company B, Bell Shakespeare, Griffin Theatre Company, Queensland Theatre Company, Melbourne â€™s Playbox Theatre, Perth Theatre Company, The State Theatre Company of South Australia and other independent production companies including Circus Oz, Pork Chop Productions, Performing Lines and Hit Productions.
Glenn T. Seaborg Glenn Theodore Seaborg (April 19, 1912 â€“ February 25, 1999) won the 1951 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for "discoveries in the chemistry of the transuranium elements"http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1951/index.
Glenn Thompson Glenn Thompson, American book publisher and activist, was born September 24, 1940, in New York City and was raised in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn. Thompson's mother died when he was eleven and shortly thereafter his father was put in jail, leaving Glenn and his younger brother, Denis, mostly alone.
Glenn Tilbrook Glenn Tilbrook (born Glenn Martin Tilbrook, in Woolwich, London on August 31 1957) was the lead singer, and guitarist of the English group Squeeze, a power pop band formed in the mid-1970s. Glenn generally wrote the music for Squeeze, while his writing partner, Chris Difford, wrote the lyrics.
Glenn Tilton Glenn Tilton (born April 1948 in Washington, DC) is the Chairman, President, and CEO of UAL Corporation, the parent company of United Airlines. He has held this role since September 2002, 3 months before UAL Corp.
Glenn Trimble Glenn Samuel Trimble (born January 1 1963) is a former Queensland and Australian cricketer born in Brisbane, Queensland. Trimble played in 57 Sheffield Shield and other first-class matches for Queensland between 1982-83 and 1989-90 and two One-day International World Series Cup matches in Perth and Adelaide against New Zealand in 1985-86 under Allan Border http://content-aus.
Glenn Wheatley Glenn Wheatley (born 1948) is an Australian artist manager and entertainment industry executive, who began his career as a musician in Brisbane in the mid-1960s and in the late 1960s became nationally famous as a member of leading pop-rock band The Masters Apprentices. He is probably best known as the long time manager of Australian singer John Farnham.
Glenn Williams Glenn David Williams (born July 18, 1977 in Gosford, New South Wales) is a third baseman from Australia, who last played in Major League Baseball for the Minnesota Twins during the 2005 season. He was a member of the team that won the silver medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.
Glenn Wilson (baseball) Glenn Dwight Wilson (born December 22, 1958 in Baytown, TX) is a former Major League Baseball outfielder. He was selected in the 1st round (18th pick) of the 1980 amateur draft by the Detroit Tigers, and made his Major League debut in a Tigers uniform on April 15, 1982.
Glenn Woodward Davis Glenn Woodward Davis (December 26, 1924, Claremont, California - March 9, 2005) was an American football player famous in the 1940s. A member of the Class of 1947 at the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Glenn Wool Glenn Wool is a Canadian stand-up comedian now living in the United Kingdom. His material veers between sagely political and gleefully silly, discussing both the pop group Franz Ferdinand and the Pope's contribution to cryrogenics programmes during his time onstage.
Glenna Hansen The Honourable Glenna F. Hansen (Born: August 10, 1956 in Aklavik, Northwest Territories, Canada-) is an Inuvialuit Canadian politician and was the Commissioner of the Northwest Territories from March 31, 2000 to April 29, 2005.
Glennies Creek Dam Glennies Creek Dam is a 67 metres high, concrete faced, rock fill embankment dam located on Glennies Creek near Singleton, New South Wales, Australia. Glennies Creek is a tributary of the Hunter River in the foothills of the Barrington Tops National Park.
Glennray Tutor Glennray Tutor (born August 25, 1950 in Kennett, Missouri) is an American painter who is known for his photorealistic, hyperrealistic, and at times metarealistic paintings. He is part of the art movement photorealism and is regarded as a member of the first generation of photorealists from the 1960s and early 1970s.
Glenny Drive Apartments The Glenny Drive Apartments were a Buffalo, New York, public housing project built in the 1950s during the public housing fad of the 1950s and early 1960s; it was abandoned in the early 1980s. Currently, it is Buffalo's only abandoned public housing development.
Glenohumeral joint The glenohumeral joint, commonly known as the shoulder joint, is a synovial ball and socket joint and involves articulation between the glenoid fossa of the scapula (shoulder blade) and the head of the humerus (upper arm bone). The glenoid fossa is shallow and contains the glenoid labrum which deepens it and aids in stability.
Glenoid cavity On the lateral angle of the scapula is a shallow pyriform, articular surface, the glenoid cavity (or glenoid fossa of scapula), which is directed lateralward and forward and articulates with the head of the humerus; it is broader below than above and its vertical diameter is the longest.
Glenorchy Football Club The Glenorchy District Football Club is an Australian rules football club currently playing in the Australian Football League Southern Football League (Tasmania), also known as the Southern Football League, in Tasmania, Australia.
Glenorchy Plaza Glenorchy Plaza is a small indoor shopping centre strategically situated between Northgate Shopping Centre and Centro Glenorchy, within the city of Glenorchy, Tasmania, Australia. Glenorchy Plaza is located at the site of a former Coles New World Supermarket building.
Glenorchy, New Zealand Glenorchy is a small settlement nestled in spectacular scenery at the northern end of Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand's south Island. It is approximately 45 kilometres by road or boat from Queenstown, the nearest large town.
Glenorchy, Tasmania Glenorchy is a business district and suburb in the northern part of greater Hobart, capital of the state of Tasmania, Australia. The land was originally used for agriculture (particularly orchards) but is now a largely suburban, working-class area.
Glenorie Bus Company Glenorie Bus Company, private bus company servicing parts of north-western Sydney, in particular the Hills District. In 2004, the company was rebranded as a part of Hillsbus, although little of the company's bus sinage or printed material reflects this change.
GlenOak High School GlenOak High Schoolis the high school of the Plain Local School District of Plain Township, which is located In, and around the city of Canton, Ohio, United States. The school derives its name from the combination of the former Glenwood and Oakwood high schools, which were merged by the district in the fall of 1975.
Glenreagh Mountain Railway Glenreagh Mountain Railway, known as the GMR, was established in 1989 as a heritage tourist railway at Glenreagh, near Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia. GMR's objective is to restore and operate a heritage tourist railway on the Glenreagh to Ulong section of the Glenreagh to Dorrigo railway line.
Glenridding Glenridding is a village located on the southern shore of Ullswater, in the English Lake District. The village is popular with tourists of all kinds but especially mountain walkers who can scale England's third highest mountain, Helvellyn, and many other challenging peaks from here.
Glenrock Lagoon Glenrock Lagoon () is located 7 km south-west of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. The catchment area is bounded by the following catchment areas, Murdering Gully to the north east, Throsby Creek, Hunter Valley to the north and north west, Winding Creek, Lake Macquarie to the west, Dicks Creek and Bulls Creek, Jewels Swamp to the south west and Dudley Beach to the south east.
Glenrose Shopping Centre Glenrose Shopping Centre is a small suburban shopping centre based in the suburb of Belrose, in northern Sydney, Australia. The centre was built during the 1970's and went through substantial facelifts in the 1980s and 1990s.
Glenrothes (UK Parliament constituency) Glenrothes is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It was created for the 2005 general election, mostly replacing Central Fife, but incorporating small parts of Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline East.
Glenrothes F.C. Glenrothes Football Club are a football (soccer) club based in the new town of Glenrothes in Fife, Scotland. Formed in 1964 and nicknamed "Glens", they play their home games at the Warout Stadium, one of the larger grounds in "Scottish junior football", with room for around 5,000 spectators, 730 of whom can be seated.
Glenrothes Single Malt Glenrothes Single Malt is a highly regarded but rarely seen malt whisky provides the defining top note flavour in the Famous Grouse and equally famous Cutty Sark blends. It is very highly regarded by whisky blenders and by single malt enthusiasts.
Glenrowan, Victoria Glenrowan is a small town located in the Benalla Local Government Area of Victoria, Australia. It is 184 kilometers north-east of Melbourne and 14 kilometres from Wangaratta and located near the Warby Ranges and Mt.
Glens Falls Handicap The Glens Falls Handicap is a United States race for thoroughbred horses open to fillies and mares age three and up. The Glens Falls is run at a distance of one and three-eighths miles on the turf at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, New York.
Glens of Antrim The Glens of Antrim, or, simply, the Glens, is a region of County Antrim, Northern Ireland, comprised of nine glens, or valleys, that radiate inward from the coast towards Lough Neagh. The inhabitants of the several glens are descended primarily from native Irish and Hebridean Scots.
Glenshee Ski Centre Glenshee or Gleann Shith (Gaelic for Glen of the Fairies) is the largest and oldest commercial ski resort in Scotland. It is in Aberdeenshire, on the northern side of the Cairnwell Pass between Blairgowrie and Braemar in the southern Highlands of Scotland.