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Begin

Begin band, a Japanese pop trio Begin by Parkway Drive from Horizons, 2007 Begin David Archuleta album, 2012 "Begin", a song by the band BTS included in the album Wings Begin Lion Babe album Begin, an album by Cyndi Wang beGin, an album by Gin Le ...

Mental

Mental, a 2008 documentary by Kazuhiro Soda Mental, a 2014 Odia language remake of the 2010 Telugu film Seeta Ramula Kalyanam Mental 2012 film, an Australian comedy-drama Jai Ho, a 2014 Indian action drama film originally titled Mental Mental 201 ...

Ace of Spades

Ace of Spades album, a 1980 album by Motorhead "Ace of Spades", a 1966 instrumental by Link Wray, released as a single on the Swan Records label "Ace of Spades" song, a song by Motorhead

Porcupine Provincial Forest

By the end of the 19th century, Eastern Canada had essentially run out of marketable timber due to unsustainable logging techniques, land clearing for settlement and agriculture, and an increase in forest fires caused by settlement. In 1899, the ...

Death of Vincent Parsons

Vincent Parsons was a welder and father of two from Clondalkin who was assaulted in Tallaght and died two days later. He and his wife Claire had a daughter and son.

A Heros Death

A Heros Death is the upcoming second studio album by Irish post-punk band, Fontaines D.C. The album will be released on 31 July 2020 through Partisan Records. The self-titled single from the album was released on 5 May 2020.

Charles Stacey (Medal of Honor)

Charles Stacey was a United States Army soldier who received a Medal of Honor for the heroism he displayed when fighting in the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863.

Caroline (1794 ship)

Caroline was a ship launched in France in 1792, possibly under another name. She was taken in prize in 1794 and sailed first as a West Indiaman, then as a whaler, and finally as a slave ship. She was lost in 1801 on her second slave-trading voyag ...

Old

Old Street station, a railway and tube station in London station code OLD Old, Baranya, Hungary OLD, IATA code for Old Town Municipal Airport and Seaplane Base, Old Town, Maine, United States Old, Northamptonshire, England

Comox

Comox may refer to: Komoks First Nation, a.k.a. the Comox Indian Band, the band government of the Komoks a.k.a. the Island Comox HMCS Comox, several naval vessels Comox steamboat, a steamship built in 1891 in British Columbia which served until 1 ...

Supreme Soviet of the Ukrainian SSR

The Supreme Soviet of the Ukrainian SSR was the supreme soviet of the Ukrainian SSR, one of the union republics of the Soviet Union. The Supreme Soviet of the Ukrainian SSR was established in 1937 replacing the All-Ukrainian Congresses of Soviets ...

Claudia

Claudia Rufina, a woman of British descent who lived in Rome c. 90 AD and was known to the poet Martial Claudia Augusta 63–63 AD, infant daughter of Nero by his second wife Claudia Octavia died 62 AD, first wife of Nero Claudia Quinta, who helped ...

Pandemic Severity Assessment Framework

The Pandemic Severity Assessment Framework is an evaluation framework which uses quadrants to evaluate both the transmissibility and clinical severity of a pandemic and to combine these into an overall impact estimate. Clinical severity is calcul ...

Mash

M*A*S*H, an American media franchise M*A*S*H 1972–1983, an American television series developed by Larry Gelbart, based on the film Battle Circus film tentatively titled MASH 66, a 1953 war film directed by Richard Brooks MASH game, a two-player ...

String Quartet No. 4 (Rautavaara)

Rautavaaras Fourth String Quartet was written in the summer of 1975, in Rautavaaras summer cottage in the West Finnish archipelago and, like all the other string quartets, it faded into obscurity after its completion. It is very rarely performed ...

She Smiles Because She Presses the Button

She Smiles Because She Presses the Button is the third studio album by Trickfinger, the alias of musician John Frusciante, to be released on June 5, 2020 through the AcidTest label. The six songs were recorded more recently than the first two Tri ...

Louise

Louise Take 2, a 1998 French film Louise 1939 film, a French film based on the opera Louise opera, an opera by Charpentier Louise 2003 film, a Canadian animated short film by Anita Lebeau Louise Redknapp born 1974, singer professionally known sim ...

Anamur Lighthouse

Anamur Lighthouse is a lighthouse in Anamur ilçe of Mersin Province, Turkey. The lighthouse is located in a headland at the southernmost point of Anatolian Peninsula at 36°01′03″N 32°48′10″E. Oren town of Anamur is 4 kilometres 2.5 mi to the nort ...

Arrival

"The Arrival" The Twilight Zone, a 1961 episode of the TV series "The Arrival" Fringe, a 2008 episode of the TV series "Arrival" The Prisoner, the first episode of the 1967–68 TV series "The Arrival", the first episode of British TV sitcom The Vi ...

Hash (EP)

is the second extended play by South Korean girl group Loona. It was released on February 5, 2020, by Blockberry Creative and distributed by Kakao M.

Crisis Theory (Westworld)

Crisis Theory is the eighth and final episode of the third season of the HBO science-fiction thriller television series Westworld. The episode aired on May 3, 2020. It was written by Denise The and Jonathan Nolan, and directed by Jennifer Getzinger.

Teledyne CAE F408

The F408 Model number 382-10 is a bypass turbofan whose fan stage is followed by a mixed-flow compressor, slinger type combuster, and single stage turbine. The turbine design is similar to that of the earlier Model 373-8B, while the compressor an ...

1979 World Cup (mens golf)

The 1979 World Cup took place 8–11 November at the Glyfada Golf Club in Athens, Greece. It was the 27th World Cup event. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play team event with 46 notified teams. Each team consisted of two players from a country ...

Dressed to Rule

Dressed to Rule: Royal and Court Costume from Louis XIV to Elizabeth II is a 2005 non-fiction book by Philip Mansel, published by Yale University Press. Roy Strong in The Spectator stated that the main topic is "the complex relationship of dress ...

Deuce

Deuce wrestler, the ring name of professional wrestler Jimmy Reiher, Jr. born 1971 Deuce musician, an American singer/rapper and former singer of rap band Hollywood Undead Deuce nickname Deuce singer, American music producer, singer-songwriter, a ...

Galba (disambiguation)

Marti Joan de Galba died 1490, Catalan writer Karol Galba 1921-2009, Slovak football referee Galba cognomen, an ancient Roman cognomen Sir Galba 1919-1957, Grenadian singer Galba Suessiones fl. mid-1st century BC), king of the Belgic tribe Suessi ...

Harry

Harry talk show, a 2016 American daytime talk show hosted by Harry Connick Jr. Harry U.S. TV series, a 1987 American comedy series starring Alan Arkin Harry UK TV series, a 1993 BBC drama that ran for two seasons

Darmstadter Ferienkurse

Darmstadter Ferienkurse is a regular summer event of contemporary classical music in Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany. It was founded in 1946, under the name Ferienkurse fur Internationale Neue Musik Darmstadt, as a gathering with lectures and concerts ...

Oh How I Waited

"Oh How I Waited" was a minor hit in 1970 for Ron Lowry. It was the second hit for Lowry in the United States. Previously that year he had done very well with "Marry Me".

Air Wales (1977)

Air Wales was an airline operating flights between Cardiff International Airport and Hawarden Airport in Flintshire commencing in 1977 and ending 18 months later.

Central Community High School

Central Community High School is a high school in unincorporated area in Clinton County, Illinois, near Breese. It is a part of Central Community High School District #71.

The Dean (hotel)

The Dean is a 52-room boutique hotel located at 122 Fountain Street in Providence, Rhode Island. The hotel was part of the renewal of downtown Providence, the beginning of a wave of small boutique hotels in the city of Providence and the surround ...

Excel

Excel may refer to: Excel band, a crossover thrash-punk band from Venice, California Excel Saga, the protagonist in the manga and anime series Excel Saga Excel gum, a brand of chewing gum produced by Wrigleys a 6-row malting barley variety USS Ex ...

Holden Block

The Holden Block is a commercial building in the Near West Side of Chicago. Located at 1027 W. Madison Street, it was constructed in 1872 in the rush of reconstruction after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 by Charles C. P. Holden, who was a public ...

Bombing of Vicenza in World War II

The bombing of Vicenza was a series of attacks by the United States Army Air Force and the Royal Air Force on the Italian city of Vicenza, Veneto, during World War II. The purpose of these raids was to disable the citys marshalling yard and airpo ...

London flu

In December 1972 reports began to circulate of cases of London flu throughout the United States. London flu was a particular form of influenza caused by an influenza virus which had apparently first been identified in India in 1971, but was first ...

Albert Borland

Albert Francis Borland was a South African cricketer who played first-class cricket for Natal from 1921 to 1933. Albert Borland was a left-arm bowler whose lower-order batting improved as his career progressed. His highest first-class score was 7 ...

Public broadcasting in the United States

In the United States, other than a few direct services, public broadcasting is almost entirely decentralized and is not operated by the government, but does receive some government support.

Proto-Romance Language

Proto-Romance is the comparatively reconstructed ancestor of all Romance Languages. It reflects a late variety of Latin, one of the Italic Languages in the broader Indo-European family. Exceptionally in the field of Comparative Linguistics, speci ...

Sofie Sarenbrant

Sarenbrandt was born in Stockholm in 1978, at the age of two her family moved to Narebo in Ostergotland. After ending school she moved to Vastervik were she studied media in high school. She began her journalism career as a freelance journalist f ...

1974–75 Paris Saint-Germain F.C. season

The 1974–75 season was Paris Saint-Germain Football Clubs 5th season in existence and 2nd season in Division 1, the top tier of French football. The club also competed in the Coupe de France. PSG played its home matches mainly at Parc des Princes ...

75th

75th may refer to: 75th parallel north, a circle of latitude that is 75 degrees north of the Earths equatorial plane 75th meridian east, a line of longitude 75th Avenue–61st Street Historic District, a national historic district in Ridgewood, Que ...

!!!!!!!

"!!!!!!! is a song by American singer Billie Eilish from her debut studio album When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. The song was written by Eilish and her brother Finneas OConnell, with the latter producing the song. The song was made as a joke ...

Georgia Avenue Limited Line

The Georgia Avenue Limited Line, designated as Route 79, is a daily bus route that is operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Silver Spring station of the Red Line of the Washington Metro and Archives station of the ...

O soave fanciulla

O soave fanciulla is a romantic duet from the first act of Giacomo Puccinis 1896 opera La boheme It is sung as the closing number in act 1 by Rodolfo and Mimì.

Parbatsar

As of the 2001 India census, Parbatsar had a population of 80.000. Males constitute 54% of the population and females 46%. Parbatsar has an average literacy rate of 80%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 72%, and female ...

Chhatra Manikya

Born Nakshatra Roy, he was a younger son of Maharaja Kalyan Manikya. Following his fathers defeat at the hands of the Mughal prince Shah Shuja in 1658, Nakshatra was sent as a hostage to the imperial court. While there, his charisma gained him th ...

Chaturdasa Devata

According to traditions, the origin for the worship of these deities was contemporary to the setting of the Mahabarata, during the reign of Yudhishthira. They state that the god Shiva, after the death of Tripur one of Tripuras legendary ancient k ...

Vijaya Manikya II

Vijaya Manikya II, also spelt Vijay or Bijoy, was the Maharaja of Tripura from 1532 to 1563. Succeeding to the throne at a young age, Vijaya proved himself to be a formidable military leader, initiating a series of conquests into several surround ...

Govinda Manikya

Govinda Manikya was the Maharaja of Tripura from 1660 to 1661 and again from 1667 to 1676. Though viewed as a capable and successful ruler, Govindas reign was interrupted by his temporary overthrow and usurpation by his younger brother.