Schmitz Park, also known as Schmitz Preserve Park, is a 53.1-acre park around 15 blocks east of Alki Point in West Seattle, Washington. It features Schmitz Park Creek and one of the last stands of old-growth forest in the city.
Schmitz Park Creek is a stream in the West Seattle neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, United States. It is located entirely within Schmitz Park.
In geometry, the gyrobifastigium is the 26th Johnson solid . It can be constructed by joining two face-regular triangular prisms along corresponding square faces, giving a quarter-turn to one prism.
Schmitz is a common German surname , which may refer to:
Schmitzia hiscockiana is a small, rare, red seaweed or marine alga of the phylum Rhodophyta or red algae. It was discovered and named in 1985.
Schmitz Cargobull AG is a German manufacturer of semi-trailers, trailers and truck bodies. The company's head office is located in Horstmar, Germany, and its registered office is in the neighbouring city of Altenberge in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The Schlitz Christmas Candle is a candle-like structure unveiled every Christmas season in Schlitz, a small town in Hesse, Germany. It is approximately 42-metre tall, and is thought to be the largest non-wax candle in the world.
The Schmitz Park Bridge is a 175 ft concrete-box bridge that spans a ravine in Seattle's Schmitz Park. Built in 1936, the structure is both listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is a designated city landmark.The bridge was designed by city engineer Clark Eldridge.
Schmitz Block, also known as the Noll Block, is a historic commercial building located in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana. It was built in 1888, and is a four-story, "L"-shaped, Richardsonian Romanesque style brick building clad entirely in cut limestone.
Christopher Alan Schmitz is an American composer and winner of the 2007 Sammy Nestico Award in Jazz Composition. He is currently a professor of music theory at Mercer University, having previously taught at Southwestern College in Kansas.
A brown dwarf is a type of substellar object that has a mass between those of the heaviest gas giant planets and the least massive stars, i.e., approximately 13 to 75–80 times that of Jupiter , or approximately 2.5×1028 kg to about 1.5×1029 kg. Below this range are the sub-brown dwarfs (sometimes referred to as rogue planets), and above it are the least massive red dwarfs.
The Brown Dog affair was a political controversy about vivisection that raged in England from 1903 until 1910. It involved the infiltration by Swedish feminists of University of London medical lectures; pitched battles between medical students and the police; police protection for the statue of a dog; a libel trial at the Royal Courts of Justice; and the establishment of a Royal Commission to investigate the use of animals in experiments.
The Brown Derby was the name of a chain of restaurants in Los Angeles, California. The first and best known of these was shaped like a man's derby hat, an iconic image that became synonymous with the Golden Age of Hollywood.