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Rose Garden

Parnell Rose Gardens, Parnell, New Zealand Royal National Rose Society Gardens, St Albans, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom Government Rose Garden, Ooty, Tamil Nadu, India Wohl Rose Park, Jerusalem, Israel Zakir Hussain Rose Garden, Chandigarh, Indi ...

James Leo Ferguson

James Leo Ferguson, commonly known by the nickname Nanka, is a Bangladeshi politician, tea industrialist, and freedom fighter. He is the owner of Lobhachhara Tea Estate. Ferguson was elected as a peoples representative after the liberation of Ban ...

Harong Hurong

Harong Hurong is the name of an ancient cave in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh. The word Harong Hurong are the two dialects of two ancient Sylheti word. In Sylheti language, the word harong means narrow or alternative route, and hurang means tun ...

Kaddish (2019 film)

Kaddish is the second feature film directed by Konstantin Fam. Like Konstantin’s previous work, this film is dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Holocaust.

Fleming

Fleming, Ohio Fleming, Colorado Fleming, Kansas Fleming, New York Fleming, Kentucky, a predecessor of Fleming-Neon, Kentucky, in Letcher County Fleming, Missouri Fleming County, Kentucky Fleming, Indiana

Pacific War (disambiguation)

The Pacific War, also known as the Pacific Theaters of World War II, was a conflict that pitted Axis forces, primarily the Empire of Japan, against the Allies. It may also refer to the War of the Pacific 1879–1884, in which Chile fought an allian ...

Luminaria (disambiguation)

Luminaria, also known as a farolito, a paper lantern Luminaria vigil fire, traditional bonfires in New Mexico Luminarias festival, ritual bonfires in San Bartolome de Pinares

Miho Hazama

Miho Hazama started to play electric keyboard at the age of three at Yamaha Music Foundations School, and received attention when she proceeded to the final of Junior Electone Concours 96 at the age of ten. Hazama attended and graduated the Kunit ...

Past Cure

Past Cure is an independent action game developed by Phantom 8. In the game the player controls Ian, a former elite soldier, who has undergone military experiments and tries to uncover his past. Past Cure was released on 23 February 2018 for Wind ...

Eugen Dombois

Eugen Muller-Dombois was a German lutenist and music teacher. He was a pioneer in the revival of the lute and early music revival.

Martin Ruhnke

Martin Ruhnke was a German musicologist. His main areas of research were the music theory of early baroque music, Italian baroque opera and the life and work of Georg Philipp Telemann.

Nagila

Nagila is a recreational dance by the Kassena and Frafra people of the Upper East region in Ghana. This dance genre is performed mostly at festivals and other times for entertainment purposes. The Nagila dance is a solo act in which the dancer st ...

Karaga

Karaga may refer to: Karaga festival, folk dance of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka Karaga people, geographical subgroup of the Koryaks who live in Kamchatka Karaga Ghana parliament constituency, located in the district Karaga District, Northern Region, ...

Mike Eghan

Mike Eghan is a Ghanaian broadcaster, also known as "The Magnificent Emperor". In a career as a disc jockey and radio presenter spanning six decades, Eghan hosted programmes for the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation and for the BBC World Service in ...

Andy Dosty

Andy Dosty, born Andrew Amoh, is a Ghanaian disk jockey and radio presenter with Multimedia Group Limited. In 2017, he took over the mantle as the new host of Daybeak Hitz on Hitz FM. He is a recipient of the 2019 National Communications Awards R ...

J.Derobie

Derick Obuobie Jnr, known professionally as J.Derobie, is a Ghanaian singer and songwriter. He was born in Yendi and raised in Nungua. J.Derobie released his debut single "Poverty" through Mr Eazis funding and mentorship program emPawa100; the vi ...

Ithaca (disambiguation)

Ithaca is an island in Greece. Ithaca, Ithaka or Ithica may also refer to: Ithaca Gun Company, a US shotgun and rifle manufacturer 1151 Ithaka, an asteroid Ithaca Intersystems, a defunct microcomputer manufacturer Ithaca Chasma, a valley on Satur ...

ARBA

Arba Achaea, a town in ancient Achaea, Greece Arba, Indiana, an unincorporated community in the United States Arba, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, a comune municipality in Italy

Moric Pogany

He began his studies at the industrial school in Cluj-Napoca. He later entered into a social relationship with architect Emil Tory until his death. He made his name known with the plan of the Princely Tomb on display in the 1900 exhibition of the ...

Rune (disambiguation)

Old Turkic alphabet Runic magic, or runic divination Old Hungarian alphabet Runes, a set of related alphabets using letters known as runes to write various Germanic languages before the adoption of the Latin alphabet Anglo-Saxon runes, the form o ...

Oireachtas (disambiguation)

Oireachtas may refer to: Oireachtas of the Irish Free State, the historical legislature of the 1922–37 Irish Free State Oireachtas, the modern legislature of the Republic of Ireland Oireachtas na Gaeilge, an important Irish cultural festival that ...

Emma Peeters

Emma Peeters is a 2018 romantic comedy film written and directed by Nicole Palo. It is an international production between Belgium and Canada, starring Monia Chokri in the title role of Emma. The film had its world premiere at the 75th Venice Int ...

Huntress

Huntress, an identity of Paula Brooks, a Golden Age supervillain character Huntress, also known as Mockingbird, a Marvel Comics character that first appeared in 1971 Huntress Helena Wayne, a superhero character that first appeared in 1977 Huntres ...

DMZ (disambiguation)

DMZ album, 1978 DMZ band, a 1970s Boston punk band A dubstep record label and clubnight, run by Digital Mystikz D.M.Z. Resurrection Band album, a 1982 album by Resurrection Band

XS

XS manhwa, a South Korean comic by Song Ji-Hyung 송지형 Xiaolin Showdown, an American animated television series XS song, a song by British-Japanese singer Rina Sawayama XS video game, a 1997 FPS game made by GT interactive XS comics, a DC Comics ...

Top Ten

Top 10 comics, a comic book published by DC Comics Americas Top 10, a television program hosted by Casey Kasem among others ScrewAttacks Top 10, a video game-related web series Late Show Top Ten List, a regular segment on the Late Show with David ...

King of Hell

King of Hell or The King of Hell may refer to: Asmodeus Dungeons & Dragons, a fictional character from Dungeons & Dragons, whose title is "King of Hell" Simon Luttrell, 1st Earl of Carhampton, nicknamed "King of Hell" King of Hell, 2014 novel in ...

Misfit

The Misfit TV series, a 1970s ATV sitcom series The Misfit, a character in Flannery OConnors short story "A Good Man Is Hard to Find" "Misfit" short story, a 1939 short story by Robert A. Heinlein Salah Asuhan film, a 1972 Indonesian film release ...

The Man from Nowhere

The Man from Nowhere may refer to: "The Man from Nowhere" Randall and Hopkirk, an episode of the British television series Randall and Hopkirk Deceased, first shown in 1969 The Man from Nowhere 1937 film French: LHomme de nulle part, a 1937 Frenc ...

Lee Ji-hun

Lee Ji-hun is a South Korean football defender who plays for Incheon United FC in the top tier of professional football in South Korea, the K League 1.

Wildflower (5 Seconds of Summer song)

Wildflower is a song by Australian pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer, released on 25 March 2020 as the fifth single from the bands fourth studio album Calm. The song was written by Calum Hood, Ashton Irwin, Michael Clifford, Geoff Warburton, Osca ...

BII

BII may refer to: Birds International Incorporated British Institute of Innkeeping Bank Internasional Indonesia, former name of Bank Maybank Indonesia Bikini Atoll Airport, Marshall Islands IATA code: BII Business interoperability interface, inte ...

IRT

IRT may refer to: Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis, US International Registry of Tartans, a textile database also known as TartanArt IR Tanger, a Moroccan association football club Infrared Telescope IRT, carried on Space Shuttle mission S ...

You Go to My Head (film)

You Go to My Head is a 2017 romantic thriller film, directed and produced by Dimitri de Clercq. The film is produced under the banner of CRM-114, and The Terminal. The film stars Delfine Bafort, Svetozar Cvetkovic, and Arend Pinoy in the lead rol ...

Simon Maris

Simon Willem Maris was a Dutch painter best known as a portrait artist. He was the son of Dutch landscape painter Willem Maris of the Hague School.

CVA

Contextual value added, UK school statistic Cyber Village Academy, Saint Paul, Minnesota, US College of Visual Arts, Minnesota, US Conservatorium van Amsterdam, a conservatory of music in the Netherlands Carrabassett Valley Academy, a ski and sno ...

Stuff

Stuff magazine, a British consumer electronics magazine Stuff company, New Zealand media company formerly Fairfax New Zealand Stuff website, the titular news website of the company

Shuttle

The original meaning of the word shuttle is the device used in weaving to carry the weft. By reference to the continual to-and-fro motion associated with that, the term was then applied in transportation and then in other spheres. Thus the word m ...

John Hannah

John Hannah may refer to: John A. Hannah 1902–1991, American academic administrator and head of USAID John Hannah Methodist, called the elder 1792–1867, English Wesleyan minister. John D. Hannah born c. 1940s, American academic John Hannah footba ...

Touchwood

Touchwood electoral district a former provincial electoral district which was merged to create Last Mountain-Touchwood in 1975 Touchwood Hills, a range of hills in Saskatchewan Rural Municipality of Touchwood No. 248, Saskatchewan Touchwood Lake ...

Big Idea

Big Idea may refer to: The Big Idea game, a marketing game produced by Cheapass Games The Big Idea 1934 film, a 1934 short comedy film starring Ted Healy and His Three Stooges The Big Idea 1917 film, a 1917 short comedy film starring Snub Pollard ...

Edward White

Edward Douglass White Jr. 1845–1921, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Edward White Australian politician 1869–1959, member of the Victorian Legislative Council Edward Douglass White Sr. 1795–1847, Governor of Louisiana and U.S. Representative

Tron (disambiguation)

Tron 2.0, a 2003 video game sequel Tron Evolution: Battle Grids, a video game based on the 2010 Tron: Legacy film Tron: Evolution, a 2010 video game that serves as a prequel to the Tron: Legacy film Tron video game, an arcade game based on the 19 ...

List of battalions of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louises)

This is a list of battalions of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, which existed as an infantry regiment of the British Army from 1881 to 2006.

List of battalions of the Black Watch

When the 42nd Royal Highland Regiment of Foot amalgamated with the 73rd Perthshire Regiment of Foot, to become the Black Watch Royal Highlanders in 1881 under the Cardwell-Childers reforms of the British Armed Forces, seven pre-existent militia a ...

Blue Eagle

Blue Eagle may refer to: Blue Eagle comics, a Marvel Comics character Acee Blue Eagle 1907-1959, American artist The Blue Eagle at Work, a legal treatise which analyzes collective bargaining under the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 Ateneo B ...

Doppelganger (disambiguation)

Doppelganger comics, a fictional character and supervillain appearing in Marvel Comics Doppelganger, a 2006 novel by Michael Parker The Doppelganger: Literatures Philosophy, 2010 book by Dimitris Vardoulakis Doppelganger, a 2008 novel by Pete Hau ...

Transeuropa

Transeuropa may refer to: TransEuropa, a board game published by Rio Grande games Transeuropa, a Hansa-class ferry originally built by Stocznia Gdanska, Poland Transeuropa Theater festival, a triennial theater festival in Germany organized in coo ...

Mahmud Taghiyev

Mahmud Taghiyev was born on June 11, 1923 in Baku. After graduating from Azerbaijan State School of Art in 1941, he studied at All-Union State Institute of Cinematography in Moscow, in 1949–1953, and studied at the Leningrad Institute of Art, Scu ...

Red Poppies

Red Poppies: A Novel of Tibet is a 1998 Chinese novel by the Tibetan writer Alai, whose theme is based on the Tibetan custom and traditions. The novel consists of 12 chapters with a total of 481.000 Chinese characters. It won the Mao Dun Literatu ...