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Corban

Corban may refer to: Corban, a given name meaning a blessing from God dedicated back to God Corban McGregor born 1994, Australian rugby league player Corban Wroe born 1992, Australian basketball player Korban, a sacrifice or offering given to God ...

NABL

NABL may refer to: North American League baseball, official name North American Baseball League, American organisation National Alliance of Basketball Leagues, American organisation National Athletic Basketball League, defunct American basketball ...

Moult (disambiguation)

MOLT-4, a human cancer cell line Exuvia, the old skeleton shed during ecdysis Moulting, the manner in which an animal routinely casts off a part of its body usually an outer layer or covering Ecdysis, the shedding of the exoskeleton in arthropods ...

NFT

NFT may refer to: Neurofibrillary tangles, pathological protein aggregates found within neurons in cases of Alzheimers disease Not For Tourists, a series of guides to US cities Noorda Family Trust, by Raymond Noorda Nutrient film technique, a met ...

Climate change in Liberia

Liberia is particularly vulnerable to climate change. Like many other countries in Africa, Liberia both faces existing environmental issues, as well as sustainable development challenges. Because of its location in Africa, it is vulnerable to ext ...

Vitesse

Vitesse may refer to: USS Vitesse SP-1192, a United States Navy patrol vessel in commission from 1917 to 1918 SV Vitesse, a football club from the Netherlands Antilles Triumph Vitesse, a car SBV Vitesse, a Dutch football club from Arnhem Vitesse ...

HLD

Hellifield railway station, in England Holdrege Amtrak station, in Nebraska, United States Hulunbuir Hailar Airport, in China Hoek van Holland Haven railway station, in the Netherlands

Waterfront Park

Waterfront Park may refer to any of a number of parks on a river or other body of water, including: CAC Waterfront Park in San Diego, California Mercer County Waterfront Park, in Trenton, New Jersey, also a baseball stadium and home of the Trento ...

Staunton

Canada Staunton, Ontario Hong Kong Staunton Street on Hong Kong Island United Kingdom Staunton, near Gloucester, Gloucestershire, a village near the border of Gloucestershire and Worcestershire Staunton, near Coleford, Gloucestershire, a village ...

A45

A45 or A-45 may refer to: A45 Infantry Support Tank, the chassis of which was developed into the Conqueror tank Indian Defence, Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings code Article 45 Concern Group, a political party in Hong Kong A45 AMG, a performance c ...

Spires (disambiguation)

The Spires Houston, thirty-ninth tallest skyscraper in Houston, Texas completed in 1983 The Spires, a commercial conference centre, operated out of Church House, Belfast by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland The Spires Shopping Centre, a shopping ...

Palaeoisopus

Palaeoisopus is a monotypic genus of fossil pycnogonid, known only by one species, Palaeoisopus problematicus, discovered from the Lower Devonian Hunsruck Slate of Germany. It have several characters unusual for a pycnogonid, such as swimming leg ...

Masters M90 marathon world record progression

Masters M90 marathon world record progression is the progression of world record improvements of the marathon M90 division of Masters athletics. Records must be set in properly conducted, official competitions under the standing IAAF rules unless ...

Worlds Highest Altitude Rugby Matches

There are two official Guinness world records of high altitude rugby matches to be played, one being the Highest Touch Rugby Union match, and the other is the Highest Seven-a-Side Rugby Union match, with altitude records of 5119m and 6331m respec ...

RFP (disambiguation)

RFP may refer to: Rapid fire pistol or 25 metre rapid fire pistol, an ISSF Olympic shooting event Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad, reporting mark RFP Radio fixed part, the DECT jargon for a base station RFP Investments Pte Ltd RFPI, ...

Too Much

"Too Much" Spice Girls song "Too Much", song by All Time Low from Nothing Personal "Too Much", song by Pepper from Kona Town "Too Much", song by Zion I from Heroes in the City of Dope "Too Much", song by Sufjan Stevents from The Age of Adz "Too M ...

Rooney

Rooney may refer to: Rooney band, an alternative rock group from Los Angeles Rooney given name, a given name including a list of people with the name Rooney surname, a surname including a list of people with the name Rooney album, a 2003 album by ...

Hongyan

Hongyan may refer to: Hongyan, an automotive marque owned by SAIC Iveco Hongyan Red Rock Village Museum, or Hongyan Village Hongyan River 红岩河, a tributary of Liuchong River Dam Street, 2005 Chinese film by Li Yu Red Crag, 1961 Chinese novel by ...

Ctypes

ctype.h, a header in the ANSI C Standard Library for the C programming language that contains declarations for character classification functions ctypes, a form of language binding in Python and OCaml that can load C functions from shared librari ...

Tibo InShape

Tibo InShape, whose real name is Thibaud Delapart, is a French YouTuber. Known for his YouTube videos, this popular influencer was specialized in the field of bodybuilding. He subsequently diversified his videos, including a series of videos abou ...

Flirting with Disaster

"Flirting with Disaster", the 8th episode of Rules of Engagement Season 2 "Flirting with Disaster: Co-Ed Canoe Trip", the 17th episode of Bug Juice "Flirting with Disaster", the 32nd episode of Danny Phantom Season 2: 2005–2006 "Flirting with Dis ...

Cycle (2020 film)

Cycle is an upcoming romantic comedy drama film directed by Aatla Arjun Reddy. The film stars Mahat Raghavendra, Punarnavi Bhupalam, and Sweety Varma in the lead roles. This film marks the lead film debut of Bhupalam.

Don King

Don King may refer to: Don King defensive back born 1964, American football player Don King photographer born 1960, American photographer, cinematographer, and film director Don King coach born 1926, American football player and coach Don King bo ...

Mike Anderson

Mike Anderson may refer to: Mike Anderson offensive lineman born 1961, Canadian football Mike Anderson basketball born 1959, basketball coach Mike Anderson linebacker born 1949, former American football player Cornealious Michael Anderson III bor ...

Lightfoot

Lightfoot may refer to: Lightfoot lacrosse, Native American lacrosse player Operation Lightfoot, part of the Second Battle of El Alamein Light-foot, the time taken for light to travel one foot; List of unusual units of measurement#Light-distance ...

Snake Eater

Snake Eater may refer to: Snake Eater identification system, the military insurgent database developed for Iraqi soldiers by U.S. military personnel and companies. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, a 2004 video game by Hideo Kojima Konami Ophiopha ...

Fancy pants

Fancy pants may refer to: Fancy Pants album, a 1983 album by Count Basie "Fancy Pants" The Angry Beavers, an episode of The Angry Beavers "Fancy Pants" Al Hirt song, 1965 "Hey There Fancypants", a song by Ween from Quebec Fancy Pants film, a 1950 ...

Fight Club (disambiguation)

Fight Club is a 1999 film directed by David Fincher. Fight Club may also refer to: Fight Club video game, a 2004 video game based on the film "Fight Club", a song by Violent J from The Shining Fight Club novel, a 1996 novel by Chuck Palahniuk on ...

Wanted Dead or Alive (disambiguation)

Wanted: Dead or Alive 1984 film, a Hindi-language film Wanted: Dead or Alive 1951 film, a film starring Jim Bannon "Wanted: Dead or Alive" Pretty Little Liars, a 2016 episode of the TV series Wanted: Dead or Alive 1987 film, a sequel to the TV se ...

FTW

"F.T.W.", by Sword from Metalized "F.T.W.", by Tiger Army from Tiger Army II: Power of Moonlite "FTW Lets Be Friends song" "F.T.W.", by Xiu from Women As Lovers "F.T.W.", by MC Chris from Dungeon Master of Ceremonies "F.T.W. The Vines song" "F.T. ...

BBD

BBD album, an album by Bell Biv DeVoe B.B.D. The Poison Tour "B.B.D. I Thought It Was Me?", a song by Bell Biv Devoe from Poison Bell Biv DeVoe or BBD, a music group Big Black Delta, an electronic music project by Jonathan Bates "BBD" song, a son ...

News of the World (disambiguation)

News of the World album, an album by Queen News of the World Tour, a tour by Queen News of the World novel, a 2016 novel by Paulette Jiles News of the World film, a 2020 film "News of the World" song, a song by The Jam

Shijie

Shijie Yi Ethnic Township 十街彝族乡, a township in Yimen County, Yunnan, China Shijie, Guangdong 石碣, a town in Dongguan, Guangdong, China Shijie, Anhui 誓节, a town in Guangde County, Anhui, China

Wu Shu Nao Dong Jing

Wu Shu Nao Dong Jing may refer to: Wu Shu Nao Dong Jing novel, a novel from the late-Ming dynasty, which partly inspired The Seven Heroes and Five Gallants The Three Heroes and Five Gallants 2016 TV series, a TV series based on the novel Wu Shu N ...

Ken Armstrong

Ken Armstrong may refer to: Ken Armstrong journalist, American journalist Ken Armstrong footballer, born 1924 1924–1984, Chelsea F.C. footballer, and English and New Zealand dual-international Ken Armstrong Australian footballer 1936–2009, Austra ...

Ron Taylor

Ron Taylor may refer to: Ron Taylor footballer 1932–2015, VFL footballer and Olympic boxer Ron Taylor diver 1934–2012, Australian underwater diver, shark expert and film maker Ron Taylor American football?–2014, American football coach and player ...

Prix decouvertes RFI

Prix decouvertes RFI is the French-speaking African version of the reality singing competition and were created in 1981 to highlight new musical talents from the African continent each year. This price has already rewarded artists as diverse as T ...

Major League Lacrosse on television

Major League Lacrosse is a mens field lacrosse league consisting of six active teams in the United States. The leagues inaugural season was in 2001. Teams play 16 regular-season games from late May to late September, with a four-team playoff for ...

2008 Parañaque shootout

The Paranaque shootout, was a deadly confrontation between members of the Philippine National Police, the Special Action Force and the Waray-Ozamis Gang on December 5, 2008 in Parañaque, Metro Manila. The shootout became controversial due to the ...

Bill Carson

Bill Carson may refer to: Bill Carson ice hockey 1900–1967, Canadian Stanley Cup winning ice hockey player Bill Carson musician 1926–2007, American Western swing guitarist from California "Lightning" Bill Carson, a fictional character portrayed b ...

Johnny Brown

Johnny Brown may refer to: Johnny Brown actor born 1937, American actor and singer Johnny Brown, character in the Australian TV series Neighbours Johnny Brown basketball born 1963, American basketball player and coach Johnny Brown rugby league bo ...

Paddy Ryan (disambiguation)

Paddy Ryan was an Irish-American boxer and world heavyweight champion. Paddy Ryan may also refer to: Paddy Ryan hurler 1912–1991, Irish hurler Paddy Ryan rugby union, born 1988, Australian rugby union player Patrick Ryan athlete 1881–1964, Irish- ...

Pushover

Pushover or Push Over may refer to: Push Over, an American post-hardcore band Pushover video game, a 1992 platform puzzle game "Pushover", a song by The Long Winters from the 2006 album Putting the Days to Bed Pushover try, a try scored from a se ...

Michael Todd

Michael or Mike Todd may refer to: Michael Todd video game developer born 1987, Canadian video game developer Mike Todd Jr. 1929–2002, son of American film producer Mike Todd and stepson to Elizabeth Taylor Michael Todd rugby union, rugby union r ...

Michael Stephenson

Michael Stephenson or Stevenson may refer to: Michael Stevenson actor, English actor Michael Stevenson cyclist born 1984, Swedish cyclist Michael Stevenson educator born 1953, President Emeritus and Vice-Chancellor of Simon Fraser University Mich ...

Dan Gordon

Dan Gordon footballer 1881–1958, Scottish footballer Dan Gordon rugby union born 1980, rugby player Dan Gordon Gaelic footballer, Gaelic football player from County Down, Northern Ireland

Essington (disambiguation)

Essington is a village and civil parish in South Staffordshire, England. Essington may also refer to: Films Essington film, a film directed by Julian Pringle People Thurlow Essington 1886–1964, American lawyer and politician William Essington c. ...

Dr. Stone (season 1)

Dr. Stone is a 2019 television anime series produced by TMS Entertainment based on the manga of the same name written by Riichiro Inagaki, illustrated by Boichi, and published in Shueishas Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine. 3.700 years after a mysterio ...

Ilves (disambiguation)

Tampereen Ilves is a sports club based in Tampere, Finland that has multiple affiliated sports teams: Ilves FS, mens futsal team playing in the Futsal-Liiga Ilves Naiset, womens top-level ice hockey team playing in the Naisten Liiga Ilves, mens p ...

Middlesbrough (disambiguation)

Middlesbrough is a large town in Yorkshire, and in the north east of England. Middlesbrough and its variants Middlesborough, Middlesboro and Middlesbro may also refer to: