Schilt

The Schilt (2,299 m) is a mountain of the Glarus Alps, overlooking Glarus in the canton of Glarus. It lies south of the Siwellen.

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Semmy Schilt
... Sem "Semmy" Schilt, ( born October 27, 1973) is a Dutch Ashihara karateka, kickboxer, mixed martial artist, one time Glory Heavyweight Grand Slam champion and four time (three times consecutive) K-1 World GP ... Schilt is known for using his enormous height and reach to his advantage through mastering the Ashihara Karate techniques, avoiding getting hit while landing devastating jabs and ...
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K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 In Tokyo Final - K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 Tournament
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Jan Schilt - Biography
... Schilt was born in 1894 in the Netherlands, and educated there under Jacobus Kapteyn ... Schilt's astronomical work included the invention of the Schilt photometer, a device which measures the light output of stars, and, indirectly, their ... Schilt was noted at Columbia for walking into his classes the first day after the launch of Sputnik 1 and commenting "Well, gentlemen, it is not every day we have something new in the sky to talk ...
Alexander F. Schilt
... Schilt is a professor at the University of Houston in the College of Education ... Schilt also served as the first chancellor of Indiana University East, the second president of the University of Houston–Downtown, the twenty-second president of Eastern Washington University, and the fourth ... Schilt obtained his undergraduate education from the University of Wyoming, and a master's degree and doctorate from Arizona State University ...