Georg Groscurth

Georg Groscurth (December 27, 1904 – May 8, 1944), was a German doctor and Nazi resistance fighter in the time of the Third Reich.

Georg Groscurth was born a farmer’s son in the village of Unterhaun in the Province of Hesse-Nassau, now part of Hauneck in the Bundesland of Hesse. He studied medicine at the University of Marburg, the Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg, the University of Graz, and the University of Vienna. He finished his studies in Berlin with a doctorate in medicine. Thereafter, Groscurth worked at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physical Chemistry. There he got to know Robert Havemann, with whom he founded a resistance group some years later.

From 1933 Groscurth worked as an internist at the Robert Koch Hospital in Berlin, and later at the Moabit Hospital, also in Berlin. In 1940, Groscurth was appointed as a lecturer at the Friedrich Wilhelm University, where he came to Rudolf Hess’s attention when he became Groscurth’s patient.

Since Groscurth witnessed not only his Jewish colleagues being removed from their positions when Hitler came to power beginning in 1933, he knowingly broke his professional discretion and tried to communicate to resistance groups everything that Hess had told him during medical consultations. This included, for example, plans for new concentration camps and for an attack on the Soviet Union. Together with the chemist Robert Havemann, the architect Herbert Richter-Lukian and the dentist Paul Rentsch, Groscurth then founded the resistance group Europäische Union („European Union“). They hid Jews and fugitives. Whenever he could, Groscurth certified soldiers unfit for combat duty. In 1943, he got to know Galina Romanova, a Soviet doctor from Dnepropetrovsk who had been forcibly brought to Germany as a slave labourer. He treated her with medications, gave her professional advice, and supported her in organizing the resistance.

The European Union resistance group was betrayed in 1943 and Groscurth was seized on September 4, 1943. Afterwards, he was sentenced to death at the Volksgerichtshof. The death sentence was signed by the judges, Roland Freisler and Hans-Joachim Rehse. Groscurth was hanged at the Brandenburg-Görden Prison on May 8, 1944.

After the war ended, his widow, Dr. Anneliese Groscurth, lived in Wehrda in Hesse, and later in West Berlin together with the couple’s two sons. Friedrich Christian Delius, who later became a writer, grew up with the two Groscurth boys and later wrote the book Mein Jahr als Mörder („My Year as a Murderer“), a novel with both autobiographical and historical elements, based on the lives of Georg and Anneliese Groscurth. His book played a major role in bringing recognition to the Groscurth’s story.

A memorial plaque which recalls Georg Groscurth’s activities can be found at the former Moabit Hospital, Turmstraße 21 in Berlin. Furthermore, a street in the Pankow section of Berlin was named Groscurthstraße in his honour on August 31, 1977. In 1980 a memorial to Groscurth with the inscription „I die for a world without hate“ was erected within the cemetery of Unterhaun. In 2005, Israel awarded Groscurth with the designation, Righteous among the Nations.

Twin Hills Golf & Country Club

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Twin Hills Golf & Country Club is a country club located in an unincorporated part of Oklahoma County that borders Forest Park and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The golf course hosted the PGA Championship in 1935. Johnny Revolta won the tournament beating Tommy Armour 5 and 4.

The history of Twin Hills dates back to 1920 when five oilmen (Al Maidt, Bob Conliff, Gus Mattison, Leslie Norris, and Bill Buchholz) commissioned Perry Maxwell to design and build the course on its present 160-acre site. Soon after completing the course, these founders sold the course to the Dorset Carter family. It is believed that Dorset Carter purchased the club in 1921 for his son, Keefe Carter. Keefe was an accomplished golfer, winning the prestigious Western Open in 1925.

The official founding date of Twin Hills came in 1923. This date coincides with the date the clubhouse was completed, and the Club was officially incorporated as member-owned in 1946. Twin Hills has hosted several prestigious tournaments over the years including the Western Amateur, PGA Championship, Western Junior Open, Oklahoma City Open, U.S. Junior Amateur, NAIA National Championship and has hosted some of the world’s greatest golfers—Johnny Revolta, Arnold Palmer, Gene Sarazen, Gene Littler, and many more.


Ахманово (Башкортостан)

Ахманово (башк. Ахман) — село в Бакалинском районе Башкортостана, центр Ахмановского сельсовета.

В 1893 году была освящена церковь в честь Святого Великомученика Димитрия Солунского.

Согласно переписи 2002 года, преобладающие национальности — чуваши (38 %), кряшены (34 %).

Расстояние до:

Асанбаев, Нажиб — писатель, поэт, драматург.

Районный центр: Бакалы
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Pink Season

Pink Season is the debut Japanese album by the South Korean girl group Apink, and was released by Universal Music Japan on August 26, 2015.

After releasing three singles in the Japanese market, including Limited Edition „No No No“, „Mr. Chu“, and „Luv“, Apink released their first Japanese studio album Pink Season on August 26, 2015.

The album was originally released in three different editions: Limited Edition A, Limited Edition B, and the Regular Edition.

„No No No“ is the first title track and the debut song in Japanese. The single was the first ever Japanese single released by A Pink on October 22, 2014 in Japan. A new version of the music video was filmed to accompany the Japanese version, and the teaser was released on September 29, 2014. On September 30, 2015, the full music video was released.

Apink also released their second Japanese single „Mr. Chu“ on February 18, 2015. They releases the music video teaser on January 21, 2015. The full music video was released on January 22, 2015.

The last single before the album „Luv“ was released on May 20, 2015. The music video teaser was released on April 15, 2015. The full music video was released on April 16, 2015.

Fabian Harloff

Fabian Harloff (* 27. Januar 1970 in Hamburg) ist ein deutscher Schauspieler, Hörspielsprecher, Synchronsprecher und Musiker.

Fabian Harloffs Vater Jan ist Regisseur und seine Mutter Annegret Regieassistentin. Sein jüngerer Bruder Marek (* 1971) ist ebenfalls Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Schon mit vier Jahren war Harloff durch Fürsprache seines Vaters in der Sesamstraße im Fernsehen zu sehen. Jan Harloff ist seit Beginn der Sesamstraße als Regisseur des Ablegers der US-Kinderserie beim NDR verantwortlich. Bekannt wurde Fabian Harloff 1985 durch die Fernsehserie Ein Fall für TKKG.

Er spielte in zahlreichen Fernsehfilmen wie etwa 1988 in Ein verhexter Sommer, sowie 1990 in Das Auge der Tiefe. 1993 absolvierte Harloff an der Stage School in Hamburg eine Ausbildung. Bekanntheit erlangte er auch mit den Fernsehserien Blankenese (1992–1994), SK-Babies bzw. u18 – Jungen Tätern auf der Spur (1994–1998) sowie Die rote Meile (1999–2000). Seit 2007 spielt er eine Nebenrolle in Notruf Hafenkante.

Von 1998 bis 2001 spielte er die Rolle von Buddy Holly im Musical Buddy.

Auch in Hörspielen war Fabian Harloff vertreten. In der Serie Die drei Fragezeichen sprach er 1979 die Rolle des Cluny Gunn in der Folge Der Phantomsee (2) und wiederholte dies fast dreizehn Jahre später in einer anderen Rolle bei der Folge Gefahr im Verzug (54). Als Bohne war er eine der vier Hauptfiguren bei den Funk-Füchsen. Als Synchronsprecher war er meist nur auf Nebenrollen abonniert, wenngleich er an rund 200 Filmsynchronisationen beteiligt war. Seine einzig diesbezüglich bekannte Arbeit war die Synchronisation von Billy Warlock als Eddie Kramer in den ersten drei Staffeln der Serie Baywatch. Kinder kennen seine Stimme als Bob der Baumeister. Darüber hinaus sang er auch den Titelsong bei den Teletubbies und sprach den Erzähler. Bei Naruto/Naruto Shippuuden spricht er die Rolle des Shino Aburame, bei School Rumble den Charakter Kenji Harima und bei Soul Eater den Charakter Black Star.

Seit 2006 ist Fabian Harloff zudem fester Bestandteil des musikalischen Allstar-Projekts Menschenskinder.

Von 2009 bis 2011 war er mit seiner Frau Nicola verheiratet.

Neben der Schauspielerei ist Musik seine große Leidenschaft. Er nahm Gitarren- und Klavierunterricht und hat u.a. die folgenden Singles und Alben aufgenommen:

VfR Achern

Der VfR Achern ist ein deutscher Sportverein aus dem südbadischen Achern.

1907 als FC Achern gegründet, benannte sich der Klub drei Jahre später in VfR Achern um. 1939 stieg der VfR als Meister der Bereichsklasse Freiburg in die Gauliga Baden auf. Nachdem sie in der Endrunde der regionalen Meisterschaft in zehn Spielen ohne Sieg geblieben war, trat die Mannschaft im folgenden Jahr nicht mehr in der obersten Spielklasse an.

Bei Wiedergründung nach Ende des Zweiten Weltkriegs im Sommer 1946 nahm der Klub den Namen Sport-Vereinigung Achern an. 1949 stieg der Klub in die Amateurliga Südbaden auf, in der die Mannschaft den dritten Platz hinter dem SC Baden-Baden und dem FV St. Georgen belegte. Als SV in die folgende Spielzeit gestartet, beendete der Klub die Saison nach einer erneuten Umbenennung im Oktober 1950 unter dem Namen VfR Achern auf dem elften Platz. 1955 stieg der Klub als Tabellenvorletzter ab, kehrte aber 1965 in die dritte Liga zurück. Dem sofortigen Wiederabstieg folgte der erneute Aufstieg und dieses Mal hielt sich der Klub bis 1970 in der höchsten Amateurliga. Zur Spielzeit 1977/78 kehrte der Klub für eine Spielzeit in die Amateurliga zurück, konnte sich aber nicht für die neu geschaffene Oberliga Baden-Württemberg qualifizieren. Eine Spielzeit zuvor kehrte die Mannschaft auch auf die nationale Fußballebene zurück und trat im DFB-Pokal 1976/77 an. Nach einem 2:0-Erfolg über BV Bad Lippspringe in der ersten Runde schied die Mannschaft in der folgenden Runde gegen den TV Unterboihingen aus dem Wettbewerb aus. Aktuell (2016) ist der Verein aus der Bezirksliga in die Kreisliga A Baden-Baden abgestiegen.

1969 gewann Bärbel Hähnle sowohl über 50 Meter in der Halle als auch über 100 Meter im Freien den Deutschen Meistertitel. Bei den Europameisterschaften 1969 belegte sie mit der deutschen 4-mal-100-Meter-Staffel den zweiten Platz.

Marcello Quintanilha

Marcello Quintanilha (born 1971) is a Brazilian comic book artist.

Born in Niterói, he first published comics in 1988, for magazines such as Mestre Kim, General, Metal Pesado and Zé Pereira, under the pseudonym Marcelo Gaú. In 1999 he published his first graphic novel, Fealdade de Fabiano Gorila.

That year, during the first edition of the International Comics Festival of Belo Horizonte, he met François Boucq, who became interested in his work and convinced him to send his drawings to European publishers. In 2003, he published La promesse the first volume of the series Sept balles pour Oxford, by Belgian publishing house Le Lombard, written by Argentine writer Jorge Zentner and the Spanish Montecarlo.

The contract with the Belgian publisher made Quintanilha move to Barcelona, to stay closer to the series‘ writers. He also started to publish illustrations for the Spanish newspapers El País and Vanguardia. At the same time, he continued to produce albums for the Brazilian audience. For his 2009 comic Sábado dos meus amores he was awarded the HQMIX Trophy as best Brazilian artist.

In 2016, he was awarded the Fauve Polar SNCF award at the 43rd Festival d’Angoulême, for his graphic novel Tungstène.

First published in Brazil


A ditloid is a type of word puzzle, in which a phrase, quotation, date, or fact must be deduced from the numbers and abbreviated letters in the clue. Common words such as ‚the‘, ‚in‘, ‚a‘, ‚an‘, ‚of‘, ‚to‘, etc. are not normally abbreviated.[dubious ] The name ‚ditloid‘ was given by the Daily Express newspaper, originating from the clue: 1 = DitLoID ≡ 1 Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich.

Will Shortz originated the current form of this puzzle and first published it in the May–June 1981 issue of Games magazine, calling it the Equation Analysis Test. is now posted on the Games website. In its annual 1981 issue of „What’s hot and what’s not,“ Us magazine named the Equation Analysis Test in the „what’s hot“ category – the only nonperson so recognized. Shortz reports:

Some anonymous person had retyped the puzzle from Games (word for word, except for my byline), photocopied it, and passed it along. This page was then rephotocopied ad infinitum, like a chain letter, and circulated around the country. Games readers who hadn’t seen the original even started sending it back to Games as something the magazine ought to consider publishing!

Shortz based the puzzle on the Formula Analysis Test – Revised Form published in Morgan Worthy’s 1975 book AHA! A Puzzle Approach to Creative Thinking (Chicago: Nelson Hall). Worthy’s equations were in a different format, for example:

Worthy gives the source of his inspiration and speculates about the perennial popularity of this puzzle:

I got the idea for linguistic equations from graffiti someone had written in the form of an obscene formula on a restroom wall at the University of Florida. When the answer suddenly came to me, I realized the format was a good one for eliciting the „aha effect“. After that I used such items as exercise material when teaching workshops on creative thinking.

My guess is that one reason a person enjoys linguistic equations is that the answer hits him or her all at once rather than being solved in an incremental fashion. It is similar to what happens when we suddenly see an embedded figure pop into focus; the satisfaction is visceral rather than just intellectual. My experience was that people often had the answer to an item come to them when they were not consciously thinking about the puzzles, but relaxed, such as in the shower or about to fall asleep.

Another factor is that with well-written items, success does not hinge on obscure information. Ideally, a person should never have to feel, „I could never have gotten that one no matter how long I worked on it.“ There is something ego enhancing about knowing you have the answer inside and just need to find it.

Lorena Garcia

Lorena Garcia is a Venezuelan chef who has opened multiple restaurants and became famous through appearances on multiple television shows. She is known for the restaurants she currently owns in airports across the United States of America, and for competing on the show Top Chef Masters. Garcia has put out her own cookbook and a line of kitchenware, while also making strides in her life to help end obesity.

Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Lorena grew up around her family. Her mother is Blanca Ibáñez, a Venezuelan politician and served as secretary to former Venezuelan president Jaime Lusinchi. Ibáñez married Lusinchi in September 1991. Lusinchi was since Lorena’s stepfather until his death in May 2014. As a child, she would cook for them at their family gatherings. She entertained her family by cooking for them and credits her success to these gatherings.

Originally seeking to become a lawyer, Garcia attended Santa Maria University in Caracas, Venezuela and earned her law degree. She then relocated to the United States to earn an associate degree in Paralegal Studies and took a class on speaking English. However, Garcia soon sensed that her passion wasn’t in the field of law and felt the need to change her career path. She decided to convert her career choice into becoming a chef and enrolled at Johnson & Wales University to earn her degree in culinary arts.

Garcia’s passion for food came from her family and their gatherings in her hometown. Her mother and her mother’s perseverance inspired Garcia to expand on this passion of hers and become a chef. Garcia aimed to inspire others as well. She chose to develop nutritional programs for childhood obesity to inspire families to reduce childhood health issues. Garcia finds it to be fulfilling to watch families make changes and gain their own inspiration through her programs. Garcia’s main inspiration as a chef is to bring loved ones together to enjoy wonderful food, just how it would bring her own family together.

After receiving her degree in culinary arts from Johnson and Wales University, Garcia began her career as a chef through an apprenticeship at the Ritz-Carlton in Paris, France. After working at the Ritz-Carlton, Garcia went on a tour through several cities known for their culinary cuisine and landed culinary jobs in several countries, including Italy, Japan, Korea, Thailand and China. Through these jobs Garcia was able to get an exposure to world cuisine and was able to work with world-renowned chefs such as Pascal Audin.

In 2002, Garcia opened Food Café in Miami’s Design District. Later that year, she established Elements Tierra in the Design District as well. The cuisine of the two restaurants was influenced by both Latin and Asian cooking styles. In 2008, Garcia sold both restaurants.

In February 2011, Garcia accepted a job as an executive chef at the Miami International Airport. She recognized the need to provide comfort food to stressed-out travelers. To fill this need, Garcia opened up her own restaurant in the American Airlines terminal of the airport. Her restaurant, Lorena Garcia Cocina, seeks to provide diners with a healthy twist on traditional Latin Cuisine. Lorena Garcia Cocina provides travelers with dishes such as Shrimp Ceviche, Baked Empanadas, and Caribbean Jerk Chicken, in order to satisfy their cravings for nutritious and gourmet food while traveling. In August 2012, Garcia opened her second travelers’ restaurant, Lorena Garcia Tapas, in the Atlanta International Airport, Delta International. Garcia has opened a third restaurant in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth Airport as of September 2016.

One thing Garcia was introduced to growing up was obesity. Living near Hispanic homes, Garcia saw it become a problem and wanted to do something about it. Garcia created “Big Chef, Little Chef”, in an effort to help end the problem of childhood obesity. “Big Chef, Little Chef” is a non-profit organization that aims to encourage healthy eating starting at a young age. The foods Garcia develops for “Big Chef, Little Chef” are Hispanic foods.

Garcia continued her fight against obesity by working with Taco Bell. The partnership began in 2010 and progressed into major changes for Taco Bell. Garcia came to Taco Bell with hopes of creating variety within the menu. To do this, Garcia helped rework the existing menu and add 8 new ingredients to various dishes. Starting on July 5, 2012, Taco Bell implemented the new Cantina Bell menu which was largely credited to Lorena Garcia.

Garcia also developed food for public schools through the organization “Alliance for a Healthier Generation” in 2011. As of spring 2014, Garcia was added as a partner with Charlotte Motor Speedway and promoted by NASCAR driver Danica Patrick in the “10 Blockbuster Days of Racing” in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Due to her Latin upbringing and culinary skills, Garcia has been featured on numerous Spanish networks, including Telemundo, Gems, and Mundo TV, She hosted the cooking shows “Vida Gourmet”, “Cocine Mundos”, “De Mañanita”, and “El Arte del Buen Gusto”, and on the FoxLife series “Sazón con Lorena Garcia”, “Lorena en su Salsa”, and “El mejor de los peores.” Garcia competed on Top Chef Masters, a reality competition on the network Bravo, challenging the world’s leading chefs to compete against one another. Garcia ranked third among the twelve competitors on season four of the show. Garcia was also a judge on both “Cocineros al limite” and “Top Chef: Estrellas”. While on “Top Chef: Estrellas”, Garcia served alongside fellow chefs Jaime Martín Del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu.

Lorena Garcia participated in the fourth season show Top Chef Masters, and she chose to compete for the organization Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Garcia made it through nine episodes, winning two quickfire competitions and two elimination challenges.Throughout the whole process Lorena was berated by other opponents for her lack of classical training. Garcia’s last episode called „Old School, New School“, consisted of instructing a culinary student without getting involved in the preparation, and unfortunately, Lorena Garcia’s dish lost to Kerry Heffernan’s.

Lorena Garcia participated as one of the investors and judges on NBC’s „America’s Next Great Restaurant“. The show was also judged by chefs Curtis Stone, Bobby Flay, and Chipotle Mexican Grill founder Steve Ells. Even though the show comes from the producers of Top Chef Masters, it is not the conventional cooking show. In fact, it is a reality show where contestants are competing for investors and do not solely compete in direct cooking competitions. On May 13, 2011, NBC cancelled the show after the first season because of low ratings.

Garcia’s other television appearances included „The Kovak Box“ and „El C.I.D.“ These two screenings are the only two appearances that she did not play herself, but she did appear as herself in many other roles. Her success with food has led her to fame, as she appeared on many talk shows. She was on „The Queen Latifah Show“, „The Talk“, „Guy’s Grocery Games“, „The Chew“, „The Wendy Williams Show“, and „The Biggest Loser“.

Lorena Garcia has many recipes, and she compiled many of those into a cookbook. That book is entitled “Lorena Garcia’s New Latin Classics”. The hard cover book is 256 pages long of recipes of Latin cuisines, usually featuring ingredients such as beans, rice, and salsa. She is also the author of „Lorena Garcia’s New Taco Classics“ (2015).

On November 14, 2013, Lorena, along with Ingenious Design’s president, Joy Mangano, released their line of new kitchenware, the Lorena Bella Kitchen Collection. Some items included on the Lorena Bella Kitchen Collection for HSN include cookware with Technolon+, Corningware oven to tabletop serveware, and a plethora of smart accessories.


Kinnareemimus is een geslacht van theropode dinosauriërs, wellicht behorend tot de Ornithomimosauria, dat tijdens het vroege Krijt leefde in het gebied van het huidige Thailand. De typesoort is Kinnareemimus khonkaenensis.

In 1992 en 1993 werden tijdens paleontologische opgravingen in de Changwat Khon Kaen bij Phu Wiang in het noordoosten van Thailand, dinosauriërbeenderen gevonden. In 1995 meldde Éric Buffetaut de aanwezigheid van fossiel materiaal van een ornithomimide.

De typesoort Kinnareemimus khonkaenensis is in 2009 benoemd en beschreven door Buffetaut, Varavudh Suteethorn en Haiyan Tong. De geslachtsnaam verwijst naar de Kinnari (Kinnaree in de Engelse transcriptie), een wezen, half vogel en half vrouw uit de boeddhistische mythologie en verbindt dit met mimus, ’nabootser‘ in het Latijn, een gebruikelijk achtervoegsel in de namen van de ornithomimosauriërs. Net als de Kinnari hebben ornithomimosauriërs vogelachtige voeten. De soortaanduiding verwijst naar de provincie Khon Kaen. Eerder, in 2000, was voor het geslacht de naam ‚Ginnareemimus‘ opgedoken in een publicatie van Ryuichi Kaneko. Dit bleef toen een nomen nudum; de spelling met een ‚G‘ berustte op een misverstand. Later in 2000 gebruikte Suteethorn de naam ‚Kinareemimus‘, met een enkele ’n‘, in een populairwetenschappelijk artikel; dit is eveneens een nomen nudum.

Fossielen van de soort zijn gevonden in de Soa Khuaformatie die dateert uit het Valanginien – Hauterivien, 136 miljoen jaar oud, hoewel sommige bronnen een jongere datering geven uit het Barremien-Aptien. De vondsten bestaan uit losse skeletelementen. Een derde linkermiddenvoetsbeen is het holotype, PW5A-100. Verder zijn als paratypen dertig botten aangewezen met inventarisnummers PW5A-101 tot en met PWA5-131. Dit betreft staartwervels, één ruggenwervel, stukken van de schaambeenderen, de scheenbenen, een gedeeltelijk kuitbeen, middenvoetsbeenderen en teenkootjes.

Kinnareemimus was een vrij klein dier, twee à twee en een halve meter lang. Het derde middenvoetsbeen versmalt naar boven toe, en benadert de typische arctometatarsale conditie bij de meer afgeleide ornithomimosauriërs waarin dit bot bovenaan helemaal van het voorste oppervlak is uitgesloten. De voet is erg lang.

Het lukte de beschrijvers niet om unieke nieuwe eigenschappen, autapomorfieën, van Kinnareemimus vast te stellen; de status als geldige soort is dus volledig gebaseerd op de herkomst uit lagen van waaruit verder geen andere gelijkende soorten beschreven zijn.

Kinnareemimus was wellicht een planteneter of een alleseter.

Kinnareemimus werd door de beschrijvers in de Ornithomimosauria geplaatst. Het arctometarsale kenmerk wijst er volgens Buffetaut op dat Kinnareemimus een meer afgeleide positie inneemt dan Harpymimus en Garudimimus, hoewel die soorten uit jongere lagen bekend zijn, maar een basalere dan Archaeornithomimus. Buffetaut heeft geen kladistische analyse uitgevoerd maar vermoedde dat Kinnareemimus het zustertaxon van de Ornithomimidae was; het is echter onduidelijk welke definitie hij hierbij impliciet gebruikt; volgens alle gepubliceerde zou Kinnareemimus in de door hem veronderstelde positie zelf een ornithomimide zijn. De vroege datering van Kinnareemimus zou er volgens Buffetaut op wijzen dat de Ornithomimidae in Azië ontstaan zijn en pas later Noord-Amerika hebben bereikt.

De plaatsing van Kinnareemimus wordt onzeker gemaakt door het feit dat het de beschrijvers niet lukte om gedeelde nieuwe eigenschappen, synapomorfieën, met de Ornithomimosauria vast te stellen. Het dier werd bij de ornithomimosauriërs ondergebracht vanwege een zekere uiterlijke gelijkenis en verder vanuit paleobiologische argumenten: theropoden met lange voeten uit het Krijt van Zuidoost-Azië zijn typisch ornithomimosauriërs. Op zich komt de bijna arctometatarsale voet bij veel Tyrannoraptora voor en langwerpige achterste ledematen zijn ook bekend van de Oviraptorosauria en de Alvarezsauridae; toevoeging van de gegevens van Kinnaareemimus aan een gereviseerde datamatrix van de Amerikaanse Theropod Working Group deed hem in die laatste diergroep vallen.