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The Club

The Club may refer to: The Club dining club, a London group of notables founded in 1764 The Club play, a 1977 play by David Williamson see also Film The Club Trotskyist, a British political group The Club professional wrestling, a professional wr ...

LCO

LCO may refer to: Libraries Connect Ohio Local Cable Operator, resell for multiple-system operator London Contemporary Orchestra Las Campanas Observatory, an astronomical observatory in Chile Lague Airports IATA airport code, Republic of the Cong ...

Ramon Gonzalez

Ramon Gonzalez or Ramon Gonzalez may refer to: Ramon Gonzalez Exposito born 1974, Spanish footballer Ramon Gonzalez athlete born 1966, Cuban javelin thrower Ramon Gonzalez Peña 1888–1952, Basque socialist and trade union leader Ramon Gonzalez Arr ...

HBK

Hoganas BK, based in Hoganas, Sweden HB Koge, based in Herfolge, Koge Municipality, Denmark Honefoss BK, based in Honefoss, Norway Halmstads BK, based in Halmstad, Sweden

Flyer

Philadelphia Flyers, a National Hockey League team from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Fort Worth Flyers, a basketball team from Fort Worth, Texas Dayton Flyers, athletic teams of the University of Dayton, Ohio Waynflete Flyers, the mascot of Waynfle ...

Lissette (disambiguation)

Lissette, is a singer, songwriter, and record producer from Cuba. She is best known for recording a Spanish language-version of Bonnie Tylers "Total Eclipse of the Heart" in 1985. Lissette could refer to:

The Legacy

The Legacy may refer to: The Legacy Shute novel A Town Like Alice, a 1950 novel by Neville Shute The Legacy 2009 film, a drama film from Canada directed by Bernard Emond The Legacy, a 2010 novel by Kirsten Tranter, nominated for the Miles Frankli ...

USO (disambiguation)

USO most often refers to the United Service Organizations, a nonprofit that provides services to United States service members and families. USO may also refer to: USO, Universal service obligation, the practice of providing basic services to eve ...

Harlem (disambiguation)

Harlem, Ohio Harlem, Montana Harlem, Illinois Harlem, California In United States Harlem, Georgia Harlem, Florida Haarlem sometimes spelled "Harlem" in English, Netherlands and "Dutch" city Municipalities Harlem River, tidal strait east of Manhat ...

Klondyke

Klondyke School District Klondyke, Arizona, United States an area south of Vang, Bornholm, Denmark The Klondyke, a causeway connecting Coleys Point and Bay Roberts on the north shore of Conception Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada the former ...

Sputnik (disambiguation)

"Sputnik", a 2015 song by Public Service Broadcasting from The Race for Space Sputnik singer or Knut T. Storbukås born 1943, Norwegian country singer Sigue Sputnik, a British New Wave band formed in 1982

North Great Georges Street

North Great Georges Street is a street on the Northside of Dublin city first laid out in 1766 which connects Parnell Street with Great Denmark Street. It consists of opposing terraces of 4 storey over basement red-brick Georgian townhouses descen ...

Cher (disambiguation)

Cheyenne Cher, female professional wrestler from the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling Oskar Cher 1913-1942, Estonian communist

The Islanders

The Islanders Priest novel, a 2011 novel by Christopher Priest The Islanders, a poem by Rudyard Kipling The Islanders, a new title for books from Making Out, formerly known as Boyfriends/Girlfriends The Islanders Leskov novel, a novel by Nikolai ...

Kings Road (disambiguation)

Kings Road is a street in Chelsea, London, England. Kings Road or Kings Road may also refer to: Kings Road, Adelaide, part of route A17 across the northern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia Kings Road also known as "Royal Road", a style of Jap ...

No Fear (disambiguation)

No Fear is an American lifestyle clothing brand. No Fear may also refer to: "No Fear", a song by Greyson Chance from the EP Somewhere Over My Head "No Fear" Terri Clark song, 2000 "No Fear", a song from the soundtrack of the film The Swan Princes ...

Addiction (disambiguation)

Addiction is a state that is characterized by compulsive drug use or compulsive engagement in rewarding behavior, despite negative consequences. Addiction may also refer to: Addiction journal, a scientific journal The Addiction professional wrest ...

Kyra (given name)

Kyra is a feminine given name that may derive from the Greek word kura or from Cyra, the feminine form of Cyrus. Notable people with the name include: Kyra Dutt born 1991, Indian film actress Kyra Reznikov, South Australian lawyer Kyra Downton 19 ...

End of an Era

End of an Era, science fiction novel by Robert J. Sawyer 1994 End of an Era comics, an American comic book End of an Era, poem by Adrienne Rich 1961

Twin Towers

Old Chicago Main Post Office Twin Towers, a 2011 skyscraper plan for Chicago, Illinois Broadway Corridor Twin Towers, a 2017 skyscraper plan for Portland, Oregon Twin Towers 2, a 2004 skyscraper plan for New York City

Never

"Never" Ozzy Osbourne song, by Ozzy Osbourne from the 1986 album The Ultimate Sin "Never", by Marcus & Martinus from the 2017 album Moments "Never" Produce 101 song, song by the contestants of Produce 101 Season 2 "Never", by Moby Grape from the ...

Evolution (disambiguation)

Evolution is change in heritable traits of biological organisms over successive generations, due to natural selection and other mechanisms. Evolution, or Theory of Evolution, also may refer to:

Igor

Igor may have the following meanings: People Igor given name Fictional characters Igor Karkaroff, character in J. K. Rowlings Harry Potter series Igor Young Frankenstein Igor, in the Count Duckula British animated television series Igor character ...

No Limit

"No Limit", a song by Inna from her album I Am the Club Rocker "No Limit", a song by G Herbo from his mixtape Ballin Like Im Kobe "No Limit" G-Eazy song, 2017 "No Limit" 2 Unlimited song, 1993 "No Limit", a song by Skeme featuring The Game "No Li ...

Devastation

Devastation may refer to: Devastation video game, a first-person shooter video game developed by Digitalo Studios, released in February 2003 Devastation wrestling, a professional wrestling tag-team from Canadian independent wrestling Mortal Komba ...

Squire (disambiguation)

A squire is a feudal follower of a knight, a lord of the manor, a member of the post-feudal landed gentry, or a modern informal appellation deriving from this. Squire may also refer to:

GFW

Games for Windows, a defunct brand owned by Microsoft Games for Windows: The Official Magazine Impact Wrestling, an American professional wrestling promotion, previously known as Global Force Wrestling Global Force Wrestling, an American professi ...

Meteora (disambiguation)

The Meteora is a rock formation and important complex of Eastern Orthodox monasteries in Thessaly, Greece. Meteora may also refer to: Meteora: The Unchained Goddess, a 1958 film in the Bell Laboratory Science Series Meteora album, an album by Lin ...

Stigma

Stigma or plural stigmata, stigmas may refer to: Social stigma, the disapproval of a person based on physical or behavioral characteristics that distinguish them from others

Stratus

Stratus cloud, a cloud type Nimbostratus cloud, a cloud type Altostratus undulatus cloud, a cloud type Stratocumulus cloud, a cloud type Cirrostratus cloud, a cloud type Altostratus cloud, a cloud type

Damian

Damian may refer to: Saint Damian, a corruption of Deruvian fl. AD 166, a possibly legendary 2nd-century bishop and saint Saint Damian of Alexandria, Egyptian soldier and martyr Saint Damian d. c. 287, an early Christian martyr with twin brother ...

Brian Harris

Brian Harris may refer to: Brian Harris translation researcher born 1929, Canadian and British translation researcher Brian Harris footballer 1935–2008, English footballer Brian Lake born 1982, Australian rules footballer formerly known as Brian ...

Nitron

Nitron can refer to: Nitron wrestler, ring name of Canadian actor and former professional wrestler Daryl Karolat, who is better known by the stage name Tyler Mane A mesoionic chemical used for spectroscopic determination of nitrate and perchlorat ...

Dominator

The Dominator, nickname for Dominik Hasek, a Czech goalkeeper who played for HC Pardubice, Chicago Blackhawks, Buffalo Sabres, Detroit Red Wings and Ottawa Senators The Dominator, nickname for Wayne Johnston born 1957, a Carlton footballer in Aus ...

Rek

REK may refer to: Rek people, a subsection of the Dinka people, an ethnic group Rek, alternate name for Rik, Iran, a village in Talesh County, Gilan Province, Iran Rek Game, an abstract strategy board game from Cambodia. Rek, alternate name for R ...

Avatar (disambiguation)

Avatar is a term used in Hinduism for a material manifestation of a deity. Other common uses include: Avatar computing, the graphical representation of a user Otherwise it may refer to:

Rei

Rei or REI may refer to: Rei given name, including a list of people and fictional characters with the name International Conference on Radiation Effects in Insulators REI Rei רעי, one of those who retained their allegiance to King David when Adon ...

Komachi

Komachi may refer to: Sekidera Komachi, a Japanese Noh play Komachi Onozuka, a Touhou Project character Komachi, Iran, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran Komachi Kanagawa, a neighbourhood in Kamakura, Kanagawa prefecture, Japan Komachi tr ...

Shah (disambiguation)

Shah Sayfuz Ali, British-Bangladeshi singer and composer Shah surname, list of people with the surname that is common in India and Pakistan Donald Haviland, a professional wrestler who went by the ring name "The Extreme Shah" Hack Meyers Shah Ruk ...

The Queen

In the United Kingdom and fifteen other Commonwealth Realms, the Queen refers to: Elizabeth II born 1926, Queen since 1952. The Queen may also refer to the queens of a number of other monarchies, as well as to:

Experience (disambiguation)

Experience is a collection of events and/or activities from which an individual or group may gather knowledge, opinions and/or skills. Experience may also refer to:

IW

The Iron Warrior, the student newspaper of the University of Waterloo Engineering Society InformationWeek, a magazine iW, short for International Watch Magazine, a luxury watch journal InfoWorld, a newspaper for microcomputer users Industrial Wor ...

Sledgehammer (disambiguation)

A sledgehammer is a large manual impact tool which has a metal head distinguishing it from a mallet with head made of softer material. Sledgehammer or Sledge Hammer may also refer to:

Danny Boy (disambiguation)

Danny Boy rapper born 1967, rap/hip hop artist Danny-Boy Hatchard born 1991, UK actor A boy named Danny Danny Boy singer born 1977, R&B/soul singer Danny Boy Collins born 1967, English professional wrestler

Low key (disambiguation)

Low key, a term used in describing paintings or photographs Low-key lighting, a style of lighting for photography, film or television Low-key feedback, a type of output in human-computer interaction that takes a background role

The Italian Stallion

A 1970 low-budget film starring Sylvester Stallone in his first film role, originally titled The Party at Kitty and Studs Nickname of Rocky Balboa, the fictional character in Rocky and its sequels

DDT (disambiguation)

Supernaut Serbian band, formerly known as DDT Denkmaler deutscher Tonkunst, a series of editions of German music D.D.T. band a microtonal music group DDT band ДДТ, a rock band from Russia Dragostea Din Tei Death Defying Theatre, an Australian the ...

Triple threat

Triple Threat Roland Kirk album, 1956 Triple Threat Annihilator album Triple Threat Jimmy Heath album, 1962 "Triple Threat" Missy Elliott song, released in 2012 "Triple Threat" Rick Tippe song, released in 1999

ICW

ICW may refer to: International Clan War Intracoastal Waterway Integrated constructed wetland Indonesia Corruption Watch International Confederation of Wizards International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS Island cricket warriors maldevie ...

Doll (disambiguation)

"The Doll" Seinfeld, a 1996 episode of the TV sitcom Seinfeld The Doll 2008 film, an American short film The Doll 2015 film, a Chinese horror film The Doll 1911 film Papușa ", a Romanian silent film; see Cinema of Romania The Doll, 1973 Italian T ...