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David Ward

David Ward may refer to: David Ward British politician born 1953, British Liberal Democrat politician, MP for Bradford East 2010–2015 David Ward palaeontologist born 1948, British palaeontologist David Ward rugby league born 1953, English rugby l ...

IK

Inupiaq language ISO 639 alpha-2, a group of dialects of the Inuit language, spoken in Alaska Ik language ISO 639 alpha-3 ikx, spoken by the Ik people of Uganda

Suluk

Suluk may refer to: Suluk people, an ethnic group of the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia Something of, from, or related to Sulu Bahasa Suluk, an Austronesian language spoken by the Suluk people

Tony Johnson

Tony Johnson may refer to: Tony Johnson sound engineer, American sound engineer Tony Johnson wide receiver born 1982, American football wide receiver Anthony "White Tony" Johnson 1969–1991, gang leader of the Cheetham Hillbillies Tony Johnson bro ...

Ravan (disambiguation)

Ravan, Hamadan, Iran Ravan, Kermanshah, Iran Ravan, Brod-Posavina County, a village on the D525 road in Brod-Posavina County, Croatia Ravan river, a 76-km Russian river

Shifty

Shifty may refer to: Music: Shifty Henry, American musician John Henry 1921–1958 Shifty Records, a former South African anti-apartheid record label Shifty Shellshock, stage name of American nu metal/hip hop singer Seth Binzer born 1974, co-founde ...

Mini (disambiguation)

Mini Hatch, a Mini model built by BMW from 2001 to present Mini Moke, a vehicle similar to a beach buggy, based on the Mini car Innocenti Mini, an Italian version of the original Mini produced by Leyland Innocenti Mini marque, an English automoti ...

Amandla

Amandla may refer to: Amandla, an American music group fronted by singer/songwriter Claude Coleman Jr. Amandla Stenberg, an American actress and voice actress Amandla, a monthly newspaper in New York City for the African community Amandla power, ...

Death Race

Death Race franchise Death Race 2000, a 1975 cult action film Death Race 2000 album Death Race 2, 2010 prequel to the 2008 film Death Race 2050, a 2017 sequel to Death Race 2000 Death Race: Beyond Anarchy, a 2018 sequel to the 2008 film. Death Ra ...

Human Race

Human Race or The Human Race may refer to: Race human classification, a classification system used to categorize humans into large and distinct populations LEspece humaine The Human Race, a 1947 book by Robert Antelme Human Race Theatre Company o ...

Rat race (disambiguation)

The Rat Race, a 1960 film directed by Robert Mulligan starring Tony Curtis and Debbie Reynolds Rat Race film, a 2001 comedy film directed by Jerry Zucker

Master Race (disambiguation)

The Master Race film an American film Anne Froelick; Rowland Leigh, 1944 The Master race, documentary by Films for the Humanities directed Julia Spark, Granada Television 1984 Master Race - 1933, episode of documentary series Peoples Century BBC ...

Great race

Great race or The Great Race may refer to: The race between the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads to complete the First Transcontinental Railroad in the United States Great race, any one of the major human races

Race of the Century

The Race of the Century is the name of four famous races: Race of the Century swimming, the 2004 Athens Olympic Games Mens 200m Freestyle Final, involving Ian Thorpe, Pieter van den Hoogenband, Grant Hackett and Michael Phelps Race of the Century ...

Race Against Time

"Race Against Time", a 1985 song by The Exploited from the album Horror Epics "Race Against Time II", a song by Ja Rule on his 2003 album Blood in My Eye "Race Against Time Part 2", a song by Tank featuring Ja Rule, from the 2001 album The Fast a ...

Unexpected Race

Unexpected Race is a 2018 American fantasy film starring Jack Black, Jon Heder and Clint Pulver. Unexpected Race was written, directed, and produced by Stephen Groo. The film was released in the United States in 2018. Jack Black was introduced to ...

Codine

Codine is a folk song by singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie. Considered one of the earliest anti-drug songs, she wrote the piece after becoming addicted to codeine, which Sainte-Marie had been given for a health problem. She recorded it for her ...

Brecht Evens

At the age of 18 he saw his comic A Message From Space original title Een Boodschap Uit De Ruimte being published after winning a comic competition. One year later Vincent was published followed by Night Animals original title Nachtdieren two yea ...

A Man and His Cat

A Man and His Cat is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Umi Sakurai. Self-published as a webcomic by Sakurai before being serialized by Square Enix Manga, the series follows an older widower who adopts an unwanted cat.

Black Snow

Black Snow may refer to: A name used by Booker T wrestler "Black Snow", a 2018 song by Oneohtrix Point Never Black Snow 1965 film, controversial film directed by Tetsuji Takechi with actress Noriko Tatsumi Black Snow novel, a 1967 comedic novel b ...

Mahindra Blues Festival

Mahindra Blues Festival is an annual blues music festival that happens mid-February at the Mehboob Studious, Bandra, Mumbai. Living legends of the Mississippi who have performed here at this festival in the last decade include Buddy Guy, Walter T ...

Sam Turpin

Samuel Thomas Turpin is a South African rapper, producer and musical artist. His music has been described as alternative, introspective, stripped-back, ambient, emotional and socially conscious. He is a son of South African photographer and activ ...

Elsy Wameyo

Elsy Wameyo is a Kenyan-born Australian singer-songwriter, mostly singing in the hip hop genre. Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Wameyo was awarded Young Kenyan of the Year in 2018, and won peoples choice Best Hip Hop at the annual South Austr ...

Kurt Weill Centre

The Kurt Weill Centre is a cultural site in Dessau, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It is a museum and information centre about the life and work of the composer Kurt Weill, who was born in Dessau.

Heinrich Schutz House, Bad Kostritz

Heinrich Schutz House is a cultural site in Bad Kostritz, in Thuringia, Germany. The composer Heinrich Schutz was born here; the house is now a museum about his life and work.

Rua Alguem 5555: My Father

Rua Alguem 5555: My Father is a 2003 Italian-Brazilian-Hungarian drama film directed by Egidio Eronico and starring Thomas Kretschmann, Charlton Heston and F. Murray Abraham. It is based on the novel Vati by Peter Schneider.

Cecylia Arzewski

Cecylia Arzewski was born to Polish-Jewish parents in Krakow, Poland. Both of her parents, Bronislawa and Stanislaw Arzewski, and her brother Michael Arzewski born 1938 were Holocaust survivors. Arzewski and her brother Michael a pianist both rec ...

Military Band of the Central Military District

Military Band of the Central Military District is a military band unit of the Russian Armed Forces, based in Yekaterinburg. It is part of the Military Band Service of the Armed Forces of Russia as well as the Central Military District. It is one ...

Carolina Durante

Carolina Durante is a Spanish indie pop band formed in 2017 in Madrid composed of Diego Ibañez, Martin Vallhonrat, Juan Pedrayes and Mario del Valle. The group signed a joint record deal with Sonido Muchacho and released their debut extended play ...

CASSTL

C A S T L is a Belgian artist-run space in Antwerp. It was founded in 2017 when a series of artists started organizing alternative spaces for emerging art. The name "CASSTL" is an acronym that refers to the initials of the founders: Venezuelan-Be ...

Bie

Bie or BIE may refer to: Beijing Institute of Education, a university in China Bureau of Indian Education, a bureau within the US government Bienheure Saint Bie, a semi-legendary saint of Vendome Black Identity Extremists, a designation coined by ...

Sarka (museum)

Sarka is an agricultural museum located in Loimaa, Southwest Finland. The name of the museum comes from a Finnish word meaning a strip of field. The first discussion on the need for a local museum of agriculture started as early as in the 1940s. ...

House of David

House of David may refer to: House of David, a recording studio owned by David Briggs House of David, a 1930s–1940s exhibition basketball team of Dempsey Hovland House of David, a 2015 album by Lea DeLaria Cuban House of David, a baseball team 19 ...

Yabu Meizan

Yabu Meizan, birth name Yabu Masashichi, was a Japanese artist and workshop owner, known for painting on porcelain. He was the most prolific producer of satsuma ware. That term was originally coined for artistic painted porcelain from the Satsuma ...

Myint Tin

Myint Tin is a Postwar and Contemporary artist from Myanmar who became famous for Golf Ball paintings series. She is also one of the early modern painters of the modern era, created since the 1970s. In those days when art books were scarce, she p ...

Soviet Russia (disambiguation)

Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, an independent state 1917–1922 and republic of the Soviet Union 1922–1991 Soviet Union 1922–1991, often incorrectly called Soviet Russia

International Convention Centre

Kenyatta International Convention Centre, Kenya Durban International Convention Centre, South Africa Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa

Francisco Jover y Casanova

After beginning his artistic studies in his hometown, he attended the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid, where he studied with Federico de Madrazo. After winning a third-class medal at the National Exhibition of Fine Arts in ...

ICEC

ICEC may refer to: Convention Center Istanbul Lutfi Kırdar International Convention and Exhibition Center Istanbul Lutfi Kırdar ICEC, a multi-purpose convention complex located in Harbiye neighborhood of Sisli district in Istanbul, Turkey. Organi ...

John Robinson Circus

Tillie the elephant was part of the circus. She was known to walk the streets of Terrace Park, Ohio and is buried there.

John H. Robinson (circus owner)

John H. Robertson created the Robinson Circus that was based in Cincinnati and had winter quarters in Terrace Park, Ohio. It was became part by American Circus Corporation. He built the Robinsons Opera-House in 1872.

Advocate Childrens Hospital

Advocate Childrens Hospital is a academic pediatric acute care childrens hospital located in Oak Lawn and Park Ridge, Illinois. The hospital has 259 pediatric beds and 150 bassinets between its two campuses. Advocate Childrens operates a number o ...

Fukuoka (film)

Fukuoka is a 2020 South Korean drama film written and directed by Korean-Chinese filmmaker Zhang Lu and stars Kwon Hae-hyo, Yoon Je-moon and Park So-dam. It premiered at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2020.

Bring Me Home (film)

Bring Me Home is a 2019 South Korean drama thriller film written and directed by first-time director Kim Seung-woo and stars Lee Young-ae and Yoo Jae-myung. It debuted in the Discovery program of 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.

Monski

Sarah Mukethe Kiatine, better known by her stage name Monski, is a Kenyan hip hop rapper, singer and songwriter. She was crowned as the Unkut Hip-hop Award best female artist of the year in 2019.

Bonus Socius

Bonus Socius is a medieval treatise on chess, trictrac and merels. The exact date of writing is not known, but it is dated second half of 13th century. Bonus Socius was created in Lombardy by an anonymous author. It is an encyclopedia that compil ...

Ostre Gausdal Church

Ostre Gausdal Church is a long stone church from about 1250 in Gausdal municipality, Innlandet county, Norway. It is in the Sor-Gudbrandsdal Deanery of the Hamar Diocese. Access to the place is via county road 2528 and county road 254.

Musical Antiquarian Society

The Musical Antiquarian Society was a British society established in 1840. It published, during seven years, 19 volumes of choral music from the 16th and 17th centuries.

Richard Richardson (botanist)

Born at North Bierley on 6 September 1663, and baptised at Bradford on 24 September, he was the eldest son of William Richardson of North Bierley 1629–1667, who married at Elland in Halifax on 2 August 1659 Susannah d. 1708, daughter of Gilbert S ...

AAAS

AAAS may refer to: American Association for the Advancement of Science, an organization that supports scientific collaboration, education, and outreach; the publisher of the journal Science AAAS gene, a human gene responsible for triple-A syndrom ...