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Charles Walker Robinson

Charles Walker Robinson was a Canadian soldier and author, known for his Canada and Canadian Defence. He was born in Toronto, Ontario, the son of John Beverley Robinson, and attended Trinity College there. After college he became Second Lieutenan ...

Ilham Aliyev (soldier)

Ilham Aliyev was the military serviceman of Azerbaijan Armed Forces, warrior during the Nagorno-Karabakh War and National Hero of Azerbaijan.

Walking on water

Walking on water is an example of a mythical superhuman task associated with some cultures. It may refer to: Animal locomotion on the water surface A Japanese myth about ninja, thought to be associated with Mizugumo. Jesus walking on water, in th ...

Thicker than Water

Thicker than Water 1935 film, a Laurel and Hardy film Thicker than Water 1993 film, a television film Thicker than Water 2006 film or Blodbond, an Icelandic film Thicker than Water 2000 film, a surf film by Jack Johnson and Chris Malloy Thicker t ...

Blood in the Water

Blood in the Water may refer to: Blood in the Water match, a water polo match between Hungary and the USSR in 1956 Blood in the Water film, a 2009 made-for-TV movie Blood in the Water, a 2016 Discovery Channel movie starring Alex Russell Blood in ...

Georges Cloetens

Georges Cloetens, born Josse Leopold Cloetens on March 7, 1871 in Brussels and died on August 13, 1949 in Ixelles, was a Belgian organ builder and inventor, mainly known for the invention of the orpheal and the lutheal. Georges Cloetens is the so ...

Somebody (podcast)

Somebody is an American true-crime podcast, hosted by Shapearl Wells, that investigates the shooting and death of her son, Courtney Copeland. The series premiered on March 31, 2020 and is hosted by Copelands mother, Shapearl Wells, Alison Flowers ...

Seizing Justice: The Greensboro 4

Seizing Justice: The Greensboro 4 is a 2010 documentary film by Lynn Kessler for the Smithsonian Channel. It tells the story of The Greensboro Four through photographs, archival footage and interviews from Joseph McNeil, David Richmond, Franklin ...

The Prize

The Prize may refer to: The Prize novel, a 1962 novel by Irving Wallace The Prize 1963 film, a 1963 film based on the novel The Prize, a 1977 album by the Alwyn Wall Band "The Prize", a song on Gusters album Parachute album The Prize, a 2012 albu ...

Kristin Burr

Kristin Burr is an American film producer. She first worked at Walt Disney Pictures as a creative executive, before working as a producer in films such as Christopher Robin and the upcoming Cruella. She created her own production company, Burr! P ...

Journey to the Savage Planet

Journey to the Savage Planet is a 2020 adventure game developed by Typhoon Studios and published by 505 Games. It was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 28, 2020.

The Summit

The Summit may refer to: Places The Summit, Queensland, town in Australia Structures The Summit Reno, Nevada, shopping center The Summit Bukit Mertajam, shopping center in Bukit Mertajam, Penang "The Summitt", the name given to the basketball cou ...

Kettleness

Kettleness, is a hamlet in the Scarborough District of North Yorkshire, England. The settlement only consists of half-a-dozen houses, but up until the early 19th century, it was a much larger village. However, most of that village, which was on t ...

Breeding

Breeding is sexual reproduction that produces offspring, usually animals or plants. It can only occur between a male and a female animal or plant. Breeding may refer to: Sexual reproduction of plants Animal husbandry, through selected specimens s ...

Sīne mālāmāl

Sīne mālāmāl is a nine-verse ghazal by the 14th-century Persian poet Hafez of Shiraz. It is no. 470 in the edition by Muhammad Qazvini and Qasem Ghani. In this poem, Hafez describes the torments of his desire for love and calls for wine to assuag ...

Tiger Cub

Tiger cub refers to the infant of the feline Panthera tigris ; for other uses, with full capitalization, see: Tiger Cubs TV series, a 2012 Hong Kong police procedural series /TC II sequel Tiger Cub Developments Sherwood Ranger an aircraft manufac ...

NIES

NIES is an initialism, which may refer to: N ewly i ndustrializing e conomie s: Four Asian Tigers Newly industrialized country Various organizations: National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan National Industry Extension Service, Austral ...

Mole Men

The term mole men is commonly used to refer to mole people, real or fictional members of a subterranean society. Mole Men or Mole People may also refer to:

Venus in Furs (disambiguation)

Venus in Furs is an 1870 novella by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch. In music, Venus in Furs may refer to: "Venus in Furs" song, by the Velvet Underground A song by Electric Wizard, from the album Black Masses The Venus in Furs, a fictional band create ...

Hochschule fur Musik und Theater

Hochschule fur Musik und Theater may refer to: Hochschule fur Musik und Theater Hamburg University of Music and Theatre Leipzig Hochschule fur Musik und Theater Rostock Zurcher Hochschule der Kunste, a merger 2007 of the former Hochschule fur Mus ...

Trouble (2019 film)

Trouble is a 2019 computer-animated comedy family film directed by Kevin Johnson starring Sean "Big Sean" Andersen, Pamela Adlon, and Lucy Hale. It was dedicated in memory of executive producer, Conrad Vernons dog, Linus who died in 2017.

Unbeliever (disambiguation)

The Unbeliever, 1918 American silent propaganda film made towards the end of World War I The Unbelievers, a 2013 documentary film about atheists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss

List of Hajime no Ippo volumes (121–current)

Hajime no Ippo is a Japanese boxing manga series written and illustrated by George Morikawa. It has been serialized by Kodansha in Weekly Shōnen Magazine since 1989 and collected in 127 tankōbon to date. It follows the story of high school studen ...

Heaven on Earth

Heaven on Earth 1960 film, an Italian film of 1960 Heaven on Earth play, a 1989 play by Robert Schenkkan Heaven on Earth 1935 film, an Austrian film Heaven on Earth 1927 German film, a comedy film directed by Alfred Schirokauer and Reinhold Schun ...

Salt of the earth

Salt of the Earth 1954 film, an American drama The Salt of the Earth 2014 film, a documentary Salt of the Earth: Palestinian Christians in the Northern West Bank, a 2004 documentary short series

Journey to the Center of the Earth (disambiguation)

Journey to the Center of the Earth is an 1864 science fiction novel by Jules Verne. Journey to the Center of the Earth may also refer to:

Not of This Earth

Not of This Earth 1957 film, directed by Roger Corman Not of This Earth 1995 film, directed by Terence H. Winkless Not of This Earth 1988 film, directed by Jim Wynorski

Hell on Earth

Hell on Earth book series, a dark paranormal series by Jackie Kessler B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth, a story cycle in Mike Mignolas B.P.R.D. comics series Hell on Earth graphic novel, a DC Graphic Novel by Robert Bloch, Robert Loren Fleming, and Keith G ...

To the Ends of the Earth (disambiguation)

To the Ends of the Earth is a trilogy of novels by William Golding, published from 1980 to 1989. To the Ends of the Earth or To the End of the Earth may also refer to:

Here on Earth

Here on Earth may refer to: "Here on Earth", song by Prince One Nite Alone. Here on Earth, an album by Adequate Seven Here on Earth novel, a novel by Alice Hoffman Here on Earth - Radio Without Borders, a public radio program Aqui na Terra Here o ...

Peace on Earth

"Peace on Earth", by Mike Oldfield from The Millennium Bell, 1999 "Peace on Earth" U2 song, 2000 "Peace on Earth", by Big Daddy Weave from Christ Is Come, 2009 "Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy", by David Bowie and Bing Crosby, 1982 "Peace on Ea ...

Standart

Standart may refer to: an alternative translation of Штандартъ, the Russian name of the ship Shtandart Standart yacht, an Imperial Russian yacht serving Nicholas II and his family Standarts, a series of paintings and sculptures made by German art ...

Geri Montano

Geri Montano, otherwise known as Geralyn Marie Montano, is a contemporary Native American artist. The subject matter within her work includes young Natives, usually children, inspired by her Navajo heritage. Montano produces artworks that depict ...

Paracas

Paracas may refer to: Paracas National Reserve Paracas culture, an Andean society that existed in Peru between approximately 750 BC and 100 AD Paracas Peninsula, located in the Ica Region of Peru Paracas District, located in the Pisco Province of ...

Torch song (disambiguation)

Torch Song Trilogy film, a 1988 film adaptation of the Harvey Fierstein play Torch Song Trilogy, a 1982 play by Harvey Fierstein "Torch Song" The New Batman Adventures, a 1998 episode of The New Batman Adventures Torch Song 1993 film, a 1993 made ...

Human Torch (disambiguation)

"The Human Torch", episode of The Fall Guy, Season One, 1981 Human Torch android, the original Marvel Comics Human Torch, is an android superhero from the Golden Age of Comics, who has appeared in some comics set in the present day, including a b ...

When Rome Ruled

When Rome Ruled is a 1914 American silent historical drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice and starring Nell Craig, Clifford Bruce and Riley Hatch. It was made at the American subsidiary of the French company Pathe, shortly to be relaunched a ...

Red spot

Red spot or redspot may refer to: Redspot Car Rentals, an Australian and New Zealand car rental company Red Spot Jr., a red storm in Jupiters southern hemisphere similar to, though smaller than, the Great Red Spot Great Red Spot, a persistent ant ...

Something More

"Something More" Chapterhouse song, from the album Whirlpool Something More!, a 1964 Broadway musical with music by Sammy Fain "Something More" Aly & AJ song, from the album Into the Rush "Something More" Sugarland song, from the album Twice the ...

ANR

Agence Nationale de la Recherche, a French funding agency for research Alliance Nationale Republicaine National Republican Alliance, an Algerian political party Australian National Railways Commission - Australian rail operator from 1975 until 19 ...

Affinity

Affinity Credit Union, a Saskatchewan-based credit union Affinity fraud, a type of scam targeting a specific demographic Affinity Equity Partners, an Asian private equity firm Affinity analysis, a market research and business management technique ...

Punctum

Imperforate lacrimal punctum, a congenital disorder of dogs involving the lack of an opening to the nasolacrimal duct tear duct in the conjunctiva. Lacrimal punctum, minute opening on the margins of the eyelids that function to collect tears prod ...

Suspension

Suspension of a ring, in mathematics Suspension topology, in mathematics Suspension dynamical systems, in mathematics Suspension chemistry, small solid particles suspended in a liquid Colloidal suspension Magnetic suspension, a method by which an ...

Symmetry (disambiguation)

Symmetry may refer to: In science and mathematics: Symmetry, the original concept, in geometry Symmetry in biology, the balanced distribution of duplicate body parts or shapes Symmetry in chemistry, i.e., in the chirality or symmetry of molecules ...

Algebraic

Algebraic may refer to any subject related to algebra in mathematics and related branches like algebraic number theory and algebraic topology. The word algebra itself has several meanings. Algebraic may also refer to: Algebraic, the order of ente ...

Negation (disambiguation)

Negation is a connective in logic and an operation computing that maps true to false and false to true. Negation may also refer to: Negation poem, a 1918 poem by Wallace Stevens Negation linguistics, a grammatical operation by which a proposition ...

Semiorthogonal decomposition

In mathematics, a semiorthogonal decomposition is a way to divide a triangulated category into simpler pieces. One way to produce a semiorthogonal decomposition is from an exceptional collection, a special sequence of objects in a triangulated ca ...

ALC

American Lacrosse Conference Air Lease Corporation American Lutheran Church, in existence from 1960 to 1987 African Lakes Company American Lutheran Church 1930, in existence from 1930 to 1960 Australian Lutheran College Army Legal Corps Assisted ...

ECL

ECL data-centric programming language Embeddable Common Lisp ECL programming language, an extensible programming language

Mockingbird (disambiguation)

"Mocking Bird", a song by Barclay James Harvest from the 1971 album Once Again "Mockingbird" Eminem song, 2005 "Mockingbird", a song by The Libertines from the 2002 album Up the Bracket "Mockingbird" Inez & Charlie Foxx song, 1963 "Mockin Bird", ...