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Candy Toy Guns and Television

Candy Toy Guns and Television is the second and final studio album by American metal band 20 Dead Flower Children. It was originally released on June 24, 1997 by rapper Eshams label Overcore Records. On October 31, 2000, it was reissued by TVT Re ...

Technical

Technical may refer to: Vocational education, often known as technical education Technical vehicle, a fighting vehicle based on a pickup truck Legal technicality, an aspect of law Technical support, a range of services providing assistance with t ...

Wyandotte

Wyandotte, California Wyandotte, Oklahoma Wyandotte, Michigan Wyandotte, Kansas mid-19th-century settlement, since a neighborhood of Kansas City, Kansas Settled places Wyandotte, Indiana Wyandotte, Louisville, Kentucky, a neighborhood Counties Wy ...

Lochis Madonna (Crivelli)

For other works of this name, see Lochis Madonna. The Lochis Madonna is a c.1475 tempera and gold on panel painting by Carlo Crivelli, signed OPVS CAROLI CRIVELLI VENETI. It is now in the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo, which it entered in 1866 fro ...

Portrait of Abbondio Rezzonico (Pompeo Batoni)

Portrait of Abbondio Rezzonico is a painting completed by the Italian Pompeo Batoni and housed in the Pinacoteca of the Galleria Nazionale dArte Antica in Rome, Italy.

You Are Here

You Are Here +/- album "You Are Here", a song by Needtobreathe from Daylight "You Are Here" song, a song by John Lennon from Mind Games You Are Here Opshop album, 2004 You Are Here UFO album, 2004 You Are Here, an album by Silver Sun You Are Here ...

Plum Island Site

The Plum Island Site is located in the Illinois River near Starved Rock, LaSalle County, Illinois, in the vicinity of the Hotel Plaza site and the Zimmerman site. It is a multi-component site representing Prehistoric, Protohistoric and early Hist ...

Uiju Castle

Uiju Castle is a historic structure located on the Chinese border, along the Yalu River in Uiju County, in North Pyongan Province, North Korea. A structure first built during the Ri Dynasty was designed to serve as the main border town in the are ...

Knoll Spring Site

The Knoll Spring site, aka Au Sagaunashke Village, is located in the Sag Valley, Palos Hills, in Cook County, Illinois, near the city of Chicago. It is classified as a late Prehistoric site with Upper Mississippian Huber affiliation.

Leominster hoard

The hoard was discovered by metal detectorists George Powell and Layton Davies near Eye, Herefordshire, near Leominster in 2015. Under the stipulations of the Treasure Act 1996, they should have reported the find within 14 days. They did not repo ...

Listed buildings in Luddendenfoot

Luddendenfoot is a ward and an unparished area in the metropolitan borough of Calderdale, West Yorkshire, England. It contains 149 listed buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for England. Of these, one is listed at Grade I, t ...

Old Library Building

Old Library, Cardiff, previously the main public library for Cardiff, 1882–1988 Old Library, Bristol, a historic library building dating from 1740 Old Library Building, one of the Newcastle University buildings at Newcastle University, Newcastle ...

Carnegie Library (disambiguation)

A Carnegie Library is a library built with money donated by Scottish-American businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. Carnegie Library, Carnegie Public Library, Carnegie Free Library, Carnegie Free Public Library, Andrew Carnegie Library, ...

Building (disambiguation)

A building is a constructed object intended for occupancy by humans or animals. Building may also refer to: Building Sense Field album Building magazine, a British magazine Building or Online creation, the name for creating areas and objects in o ...

Barn Coppice

Barn Coppice is an ancient woodland in Graylands, near Horsham, England. It lies on the flat southern expanse of Graylands, in-between a scrubland and a field, 300 meters north of the A264 dual carriageway. The woodland defined by a low woodbank ...

West Hill Hospital

The facility had its origins in the Dartford Union Workhouse which was designed by John Whichcord and opened in 1860. A chapel was added in 1878 and two infirmaries were added to the north of the workhouse in 1897. It became King Edward Hospital ...

Nether Edge Hospital

The Nether Edge Hospital was a health facility in Union Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. The main building, known as the Kingswood Building, remains a Grade II listed building.

Queens Hospital, Burton upon Trent

Queens Hospital is a health facility on Belvedere Road in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. It is managed by University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust.

Lluesty Hospital

Lluesty Hospital was a community hospital in Holywell, Flintshire, Wales. It was managed by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

Ysbyty Eryri

Ysbyty Eryri is a health facility in Lon Parc, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales. It is managed by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

St Michaels Hospital, Braintree

The facility had its origins in the Braintree Union Workhouse which was designed by William Nash and opened in 1838. New infirmary wings were added on either side of the main building in 1910. It became the Braintree Public Assistance Institution ...

Stratford Hospital

Stratford Hospital is a heath facility on Arden Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England. It is managed by South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust.

Ysbyty Bron y Garth

Ysbyty Bron y Garth was a health facility in Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, Wales. It was managed by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

Essai (disambiguation)

Essai variously means attempt, test, trial, or essay in French. Essai may also refer to: Essai sur le don, original title of The Gift by French sociologist Marcel Mauss that is the foundation of social theories of reciprocity and gift exchange Es ...

CLP

CLP protease family, a family of proteolytic enzymes ATP-dependent Clp protease proteolytic subunit, a catalytic subunit of the Clp complex encoded by the CLPP gene in humans Endopeptidase Clp, an enzyme complex

Mastanesosus

The little information known about King Mastanesosus comes from coins bearing the inscription "Bocchus II son of Sosus", in addition to a reference by Cicero in his book In Vatinum, where he detailed an itinerary by Publius Vatinius through North ...

Little Poland

Little Poland may refer to: Lesser Poland Voivodeship Polish: wojewodztwo malopolskie, a present-day administrative region in southern Poland Lesser Poland Polish: Malopolska, a historical region of southern Poland

UNC

The University of North Carolina system, US The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The North Carolina Tar Heels, the athletic program of the Chapel Hill campus University of Nueva Caceres in Naga City, Camarines Sur, Philippines Universi ...

ER2

ER2, ER-2, etc. may refer to: Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, from the Latin ER II Elizabeth Regina II inscribed on coins, etc. Queen Elizabeth 2, an ocean liner named for Elizabeth II and launched by her in 1967 ER2 electric trainset, ...

RIC

Regolamento Internazionale delle Carrozze International Coach Regulations, requirements for passenger coaches in Europe Radio Identity Code, an address used in the POCSAG protocol for pagers Richmond International Airport IATA: RIC Reuters Instru ...

The Big Exchange

The film takes place in 1961, when the Soviet Union launched Gagarin into space, foreigners exchanged 1 American dollar for 65 Soviet kopecks, and two people, on the instructions of an underground millionaire, exchanged money for gold coins.

Kokoko

The film tells about the relationship of Lisa from the St. Petersburg intelligentsia and the ordinary provincial Vika, who are two sides of the same coin named Russia.

Coining press

A coining press is a manually operated machine that mints coins from planchets. After centuries it was replaced by more modern machines. Presses came in multiple shapes and with different accessories to collect the coins, etc. They were made of c ...

Heads or Tails (disambiguation)

Heads or Tails refers to practice of Coin flipping It may also refer to: Heads or Tails 1982 film, English title for Testa o croce, a 1982 Italian comedy film written and directed by Nanni Loy Heads or Tails game show, a 2010 British game show ho ...

Giles Smith (swimmer)

Giles Smith is an American competitive swimmer who specializes in the butterfly and freestyle events. He currently represents the DC Trident which is part of the International Swimming League.

Fred Chapman

Fred or Frederick Chapman may refer to: Frederick Chapman footballer 1883–1951, English soccer player, 1908 Olympic gold medallist Freddie Spencer Chapman 1907–1971, British Army officer Frederick William Chapman 1806-1876, American minister and ...

Albert Hill

Albert Hill may refer to: Albert G. Hill 1910–1996, American physicist Albert Hill VC 1895–1971, British Victoria Cross recipient Albert Hill American football active 1896–1969, American college football quarterback Albert Ross Hill 1868–1943, Ca ...

Nico Onkenhout

Onkenhout studied sculpture with Jan Bronner at the National Academy of Fine Arts 1937-1944 in his hometown. He went into hiding during World War II, and went into hiding in 1944 in the municipality of Kollumerland c.a. After the war he made six ...

House of Lords Yacht Club

The club was formed at a meeting at the House of Lords in 1949, when it was agreed that membership was open to peers, the eldest sons of peers, officers of the House of Lords, and the staff of the Lord Chancellor. John Moore-Brabazon, 1st Baron B ...

Rick Parfitt Jr.

Parfitt began racing in 1996, competing in UK national and international karting championships until 2004. In 2010 he returned to the cockpit, taking part and winning the Silverstone Classic Celebrity Race’, before competing in the British GT5 Ch ...

Parafield Airport Air Traffic Control Tower

Parafield Airport Air Traffic Control Tower is a heritage-listed Air traffic control tower at Kittyhawk Lane, Parafield, South Australia, Australia. It was added to the Australian Commonwealth Heritage List on 22 January 2016.

Tariq Ali (rear admiral)

Rear Admiral Tariq Ali is a two-star rank admiral in the Pakistan Navy currently serving as the Deputy Chief of Naval Staff, Supply since 3 March 2020.

Prince of Mexico

Prince of the Union, a title created for the father of the 1st Emperor of Mexico. Don Jose Joaquin de Iturbide y Arregui Princess of Iturbide, a title created for the older sister of the 1st Emperor of Mexico. Prince Imperial of Mexico, a title c ...

Emblem of Maharashtra

The emblem is a circular seal depicting a Samai diya lamp surrounded by 16 lotus blossoms. Between the Samai lamp and lotus blossoms is a motto in the Marathi language,प्रतिपच्चंद्रलेखेव वर्धिष्णुर्विश्व वंदिता महाराष्ट्रस्य राज्यस्य मुद्रा भद्रा ...

FBI (disambiguation)

FBi Radio, a community radio station based in Sydney, Australia F.B.I. album, a 1996 song and album by The Dayton Family "F.B.I." instrumental, a 1961 single by The Shadows

Newman (disambiguation)

Australia Newman, Western Australia United States Newman Grove, Nebraska Newman, Kentucky Newman, Texas Newman Creek, a stream in Ohio Newman, Illinois Newman, New Mexico Newman, Kansas Newman Township disambiguation Newman, California Newman, Ohio

FFE

FFE may refer to: First.Finger Entertainment, an American entertainment and media company Fire for effect, a military doctrine French Chess Federation French: Federation Française des Echecs Fast field echo in magnetic resonance imaging Fremantle ...

York Flour Mill

The York Flour Mill is a purpose-built flour mill, constructed in 1892 with associated buildings built from 1892 onwards, to mill flour for York and the surrounding districts, and for export. The mill is the only remaining mill building in York, ...

Romance Was Born

Anna Plunkett and Luke Sales met "studying fashion together at East Sydney Technical College" and founded the house after turning down an "internship with Galliano at Dior to do their own thing" "As a fashion house, they are well known for their ...

Phil K. Walsh

Phillip Kenny Walsh, invariably referred to as Phil Walsh or Phil K. Walsh, was an Australian stage actor and producer who made several feature films which still exist, unusually for those made during the "silent era".