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After the Fall

After the Fall, a review of September 11-related novels After the Fall play, a 1964 play by Arthur Miller Angel: After the Fall, a comic book series After the Fall Sheckley, a 1980 book edited by Robert Sheckley

Dalkeith (disambiguation)

Dalkeith is a town in Midlothian, Scotland. Dalkeith may also refer to: Related to Dalkeith, Scotland: Dalkeith High School Dalkeith Rugby Football Club Dalkeith Thistle F.C. Dalkeith Palace Other uses: Dalkeith film, a 2002 Australian film Dalke ...

Uncle (disambiguation)

An uncle is a family relative and, in some cultures, is used as a term of familiarity or respect for a middle-aged or elderly man. Uncle may also refer to: Uncle TV series, a BBC Three sitcom starring Nick Helm Uncle film, a 2018 Indian Malayalam ...

Absence

Leave of absence, a period of time away from a job Absenteeism, the habitual pattern of absence from work or duty Absence rate, the ratio of workers with absences to total employees

Blue smoke

Bluesmoke Linux, the former name of a set of Linux kernel modules for handling hardware-related errors Aerogel or blue smoke, a synthetic porous ultralight material derived from a gel Blue smoke electronics, a smoke coming out of malfunctioning e ...

Failure (disambiguation)

The Failure 1917 film, a 1917 silent British film The Failure 1915 film, a 1915 silent American film Failure Magazine, a magazine started in 2000

Catacombs (disambiguation)

Catacombs are ancient underground passageways or subterranean cemeteries. Catacombs may also refer to: Catacombs band, American doom metal project Catacomb culture, the Bronze Age culture Catacombs album, a 2009 album by Cass McCombs Catacombe fi ...

The Great Swindle

The Great Swindle can refer to: The Great Swindle 1941 film, American mystery The Great Swindle 1971 film, Italian thriller The Great Swindle 2013 novel, translation of French novel Au revoir là-haut Related names include: The Great Rock n Roll S ...

Prom (disambiguation)

A prom is a dance party of high school students. Prom, Proms or The Prom may also refer to: Programmable read-only memory, a form of digital memory The Proms, an annual summer season of daily classical music concerts in London

Inch by Inch

Inch by Inch may refer to: Inch by Inch, book by Leo Lionni Inch by Inch: 45 Haiku by Issa, anthology book of Buddhism-related poems, translated by Nanao Sakaki Inch by Inch film, 1985 gay pornographic video

Megalopolis (disambiguation)

A megalopolis is an extensive metropolitan area or a long chain of continuous metropolitan areas Megalopolis Greek for large city, great city may also refer to: Concepts related to a megalopolis: Ecumenopolis Urban agglomeration Megacity Places: ...

Agii

Agii may be a transliteration of Greek Άγιοι, meaning Saints, and often translated as Holy. It forms part of many place names and names of saints in Greek and related languages. See Agioi. "Agii Fanentes", a song from Captain Corellis Mandolin, a ...

Love & Peace

Love & Peace Girls Generation album, 2013 Love & Peace Elvin Jones-McCoy Tyner Quintet album, 1982 Love & Peace Edmond Leung EP, 2009 Love & Peace, an album by Ray Charles Love & Peace Emi Tawata album, 2008 Love & Peace: Burning Spear Live!, an ...

Deficit

Primary deficit, the pure deficit derived after deducting the interest payments Trade deficit, when the value of imports exceed the value of exports Structural and cyclical deficit, parts of the public sector deficit Income deficit, the differenc ...

Swamp Thing (disambiguation)

Swamp Thing comic book, several comics series Swamp Thing 1990 TV series, a live-action series Swamp Thing 1991 TV series, an animated series Swamp Thing film, a 1982 film, and a sequel Swamp Thing 2019 TV series, a live-action series Swamp Thing ...

Espionage (disambiguation)

Espionage is the obtaining of information considered secret or confidential without the permission of the holder of the information. Espionage may also refer to: Espionage play, a 1935 West End play by Walter Hackett Espionage album, an album by ...

Container (disambiguation)

A container is any receptacle or enclosure for holding a product used in storage, packaging, and shipping. Some specific types are: Intermodal container, a large standardized shipping container Shipping container, for shipping merchandise Skip co ...

Jesus Christ Superstar (disambiguation)

Jesus Christ Superstar is a musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, the title may also refer to: Uses related to the above stage musical: Jesus Christ Superstar album, the original album that led to all further musical productions including ...

Nireekshana (film)

Nireekshana is an upcoming Telugu thriller film directed by Vamsi Krishna Malla. The film stars Sai Ronak and Ena Saha in the lead roles with Jithan Ramesh in a negative role. The film is produced by Take Ok productions.

PVR

PVR may refer to: Poly Vinyl Rubber Penn Virginia Resources, a mining company Pulmonary vascular resistance, resistance offered by the vasculature of the lungs PVR Cinemas, a chain of cinemas in India Peak Vehicle Requirement, The maximum number ...

Knockdown

Knockdown or knock-down may refer to: Knockdown, a nautical term for a near-capsize knock-down fastener "Knockdown" Castle, the thirteenth episode of the third season of the TV series Castle "Knockdown" song, a song by Alesha Dixon Knockdown text ...

Incarnate (disambiguation)

Incarnate may refer to: Incarnation, a religious concept similar to divine embodiment and manifestation Rise of Incarnates, a fighting video game by Bandai Namco Games Incarnate, a book by Ramsey Campbell Incarnate film, a 2016 horror film "Incar ...

Protagonist (disambiguation)

A protagonist is the leading actor or the principal character in a story whose fate is most closely followed by the reader or audience. Protagonist may also refer to: The Protagonists 1968 film, an Italian film directed by Marcello Fondato Protag ...

Heart Like a Wheel (disambiguation)

Heart Like a Wheel is a 1974 country rock album by American popular music recording artist Linda Ronstadt. Heart Like a Wheel may also refer to: "Heart Like a Wheel", a 1974 song written by Canadian singer-songwriters Kate & Anna McGarrigle, from ...

Paths of Glory (disambiguation)

Paths of Glory is a phrase from the following line of Thomas Grays poem "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard": "The paths of glory lead but to the grave." The phrase has been used as the title of a number of works about war or similar struggles.

Heinz (disambiguation)

Heinz Foundations, a group of philanthropic organizations in the United States Heinz Award, an annual award given by the Heinz Foundation Heinz College Australia, the international campus of Carnegie Mellon University in Adelaide, Australia Heinz ...

Michael Mills

Michael Mills may refer to: Michael Mills make-up artist, nominated for Best Makeup and Hairstyling Mike Mills born 1958, R.E.M. bass guitarist Michael Mills Canadian producer born 1942, Canadian short film director Michael Mills cricketer 1921–2 ...

Georgia Brown

Georgia Brown may refer to: Georgia Brown English singer 1933–1992, actress and singer Sweet Georgia Brown, 1920s jazz song, also a jazz/R&B singer named after that song Georgia Brown Brazilian singer born 1980, Guinness World Records holder ...

Moonglow

The Moonglows, an American R&B and doo-wop group Moonglow Records, an American record label "Moonglow" song, a 1934 popular song by Will Hudson and Irving Mills Moonglow, an album by Pat Boone Moonglow, a 1979 album by Japanese singer-songwri ...

Shanoor Sana

Shanoor Sana Begum also popularly known by her mononym stage name Sana is an Indian film actress, television personality and model, who predominantly works in Telugu cinema. She has acted mostly in Telugu films alongside few Tamil and Kannada fil ...

Nisha Ravikrishnan

Nisha Ravikrishnan, also known as Nisha Milana, is an actress in the Kannada television industry. She began her career in television during her school days. She hosted diverse programs on Chintu Television. Her debut as an actress came with the s ...

Supernumerary

Supernumerary means "exceeding the usual number". Supernumerary may also refer to: Supernumerary actor, a performer in a film, television show, or stage production who has no role or purpose other than to appear in the background, more commonly r ...

ESAG

ESAG may refer to: European Society of Aesthetic Gynecology Eksperimentine sportines aviacijos gamykla Lithuanian glider manufacturer later privatized as Sportine Aviacija Ecole superieure de design, dart graphique et darchitecture interieure Pen ...

Lepic

Ludovic-Napoleon Lepic 1839–1889, French artist, archaeologist and patron of the arts. Ermin Lepic, known as Lepa is a Bosnian volleyball player. Hugues Lepic born 1965, private equity professional and investor. Louis Lepic 1765-1827, French cava ...

Louis Cancelmi

Louis Cancelmi is an American stage and film actor. He is a frequent performer in productions by the Public Theater, both at their Astor Library home and at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. He is best known for appearances in Boardwalk Empi ...

Sex Positive (disambiguation)

Sex positive or sex-positive may refer to: Sex Positive, 2008 documentary film directed by Daryl Wein about gay activist Richard Berkowitz Sex-positive movement, an ideology which promotes and embraces open sexuality with few limits beyond an emp ...

Adam Powell

Adam Powell may refer to: Adam Powell director born 1981 Adam Powell English politician died 1546, MP for Gloucester Adam Powell rugby union born 1987, English rugby player Adam Powell game designer born 1976, one of the founders of Neopets Adam ...

Hendrix (disambiguation)

Jimi Hendrix was an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Hendrix may also refer to: Jimi Hendrix film, also known as A Film About Jimi Hendrix. a 1973 documentary Hendrix, Oklahoma, a town, United States Hendrix the Husky, the University o ...

Show of hands

In politics, a show of hands usually refers to a voting method in deliberative assemblies. Show of Hands may also refer to: Show of Hands Live, a 1992 album by the same musicians Show of Hands, a British folk music duo A Show of Hands TV series, ...

Block party (disambiguation)

Music events Basilica Block Party, a music festival held in Minneapolis, Minnesota Animation Block Party, a film festival held in New York City Music "The Block Party" Lisa Lopes song "Block Party" Stacy Lattisaw and Johnny Gill song Block Party, ...

Before the Storm

Before the Storm may refer to: Life Is Strange: Before the Storm, a 2017 episodic video game and a prequel to Life Is Strange Before the Storm novel, a 1996 novel by Michael P. Kube-McDowell in the Star Wars: Black Fleet Crisis trilogy Before the ...

Organizer

Event manager, a person who organizes an event Professional organizer, a person who helps others get organized Community organizer, an advocate leading or seeking to lead or influence a community seeking changes in government, corporations and/or ...

Popular science (disambiguation)

Popular science may refer to: Science in popular culture Popular science pop science, an interpretation of science intended for a general audience. Magazines Popular Science Italia, the Italian edition Popular Science aka PopSci U.S. magazine a m ...

Relation

Public relations, managing the spread of information to the public Interpersonal relationship, association or acquaintance between two or more people Sexual relations, or human sexual activity Social relation, in social science, any social intera ...

Get Up

Get Up 2008 film, a 2008 South Korean television film directed by Lee Jae-dong Get Up! TV program, a 2018 American morning sports talk program that airs on ESPN Get Up! film, a 2003 Japanese film directed by Kazuyuki Izutsu

Michael and Madonna

Michael and Madonna is a 1990 Filipino comedy film co-written and directed by Tony Cruz. It stars Rene Requiestas and Manilyn Reynes as the titular duo who are fond of their namesake pop stars Michael Jackson and Madonna.

Perestroika (disambiguation)

Perestroika was a series of political and economic reforms of the Soviet Union in the 1980s by Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Perestroika may also refer to: Perestroika film, 2009 drama film directed and written by Slava Tsukerman Angels in Ame ...

Marie Wilson

Marie Wilson may refer to: Marie Wilson American painter, wife of Nanos Valaoritis Marie Wilson American actress 1916–1972, American radio, film, and television actress Marie Wilson Australian singer, Australian singer-songwriter, featured on Twi ...

Red, Hot and Blue (disambiguation)

Red, Hot and Blue may refer to: Red Hot & Blue Lee Atwater recording project, a 1990 rhythm and blues recording project by now-deceased U.S. political strategist Lee Atwater Redhot & Blue musical group, a Yale University a cappella group Red Hot ...

Qalb (2020 film)

Qalb is an upcoming 2020 Indian Malayalam-language romantic/action film directed by Sajid Yahiya. It features Shane Nigam in the lead role. The film is scheduled to be released in May 2020.