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1899 Geelong Football Club season

The 1899 VFL Season was the Geelong Football Clubs third season in the Victorian Football League and its third with Jack Conway as captain. Geelong finished the home and away with 10 wins and 4 losses, finishing in second position. In the final s ...

                                               

1902 Geelong Football Club season

The 1902 VFL season was the Geelong Football Clubs sixth season in the Victorian Football League and its second with Henry Young as captain. Geelong finished the home-and-away with 7 wins and 10 losses, finishing in seventh position. Geelong did ...

                                               

1901 Geelong Football Club season

The 1901 VFL season was the Geelong Football Clubs fifth season in the Victorian Football League and its first with Henry Young as captain. Geelong finished the home and away with 14 wins and 3 losses, finishing in first position, winning the min ...

                                               

1877 Geelong Football Club season

The 1877 season was the first in which Geelong participated in the newly established Victorian Football Association. Geelong did not have a captain this season nor did they have a best and fairest. No data is available as to who scored the most g ...

                                               

Vulture (disambiguation)

Vulture.com, a website focusing on pop culture run by New York magazine "The Vulture" Brooklyn Nine-Nine, a television episode Vulture talk show, a 2005 Australian arts talk show Vulture, a version of the computer game Falcons Eye

                                               

Jason Thompson

Jason Thompson may refer to: Jason Thompson first baseman, born 1971, first baseman for the San Diego Padres baseball team Jason Thompson basketball born 1986, American professional basketball player Jason Thompson figure skater born 1989, Britis ...

                                               

Midnight Sun (disambiguation)

Midnight Sun 2006 film, a Japanese film Midnight Sun Broadcasting Company, founded by Austin E. Lathrop Midnight Sun ballet, a 1915 ballet by Leonide Massine Midnattssol or Midnight Sun, a French/Swedish 2016 TV series Midnight Sun 2018 film, an ...

                                               

Jose Ortiz

Jose Ortiz basketball born 1963 basketball player from Puerto Rico Jose Ortiz outfielder 1947–2011, former Puerto Rican baseball player Jose Ortiz second baseman born 1977, Dominican baseball player Jose Ortiz Bernal born 1977, Spanish football f ...

                                               

Diamondback

Diamondback moth, a European moth that has spread to North America Crotalus adamanteus, the eastern diamondback rattlesnake Diamondback water snake, a common species of water snake in North America Crotalus atrox, the western diamondback rattlesn ...

                                               

Daniel Hall

Daniel Hall may refer to: Danny Hall field hockey born 1974, member of the England national field hockey team Dan Hall politician born 1952, American politician and member of the Minnesota State Senate Alfred Daniel Hall 1864–1942, sometimes know ...

                                               

Bill Foster

Bill Foster may refer to: Bill Foster performer 1932–2000, entertainer, self-proclaimed worlds fastest beer drinker, band leader on The Man Show Bill Foster baseball 1904–1978, Negro League baseball player Bill Foster politician born 1955, U.S. C ...

                                               

Bill Black (disambiguation)

Bill Black was an American bassist and bandleader. Bill Black may also refer to: Bill Black voice director born 1960, musician, voice director and sound effects designer born William Thomas Blackwell III William K. Black born 1951, American lawye ...

                                               

Steve Moore

Steve Moore may refer to: Steve Moore musician, keyboardist & bass guitarist of Zombi Steve Moore writer born 1960, writer and economic policy analyst Steve Moore comedian 1954–2014, American stand-up comedian Steve Moore playwright, American pla ...

                                               

Big man

Big man may refer to: Big man political science, a single person who wields autocratic rule of a country Great man theory, the idea that history can be largely explained by the actions of great men Center basketball, and often a Power forward bas ...

                                               

Marcus Johnson

Marcus E. Johnson 1887–?, former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly Marcus Theodore Johnson, British businessman and member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong

                                               

Thomas Hodges

Thomas Hodges Governor of Bombay died 1771, Governor of Bombay, 1767–1771 Thomas Hodges MP for Cricklade, member of parliament for Cricklade, 1640 Thomas Twisden Hodges 1809–1865, MP for Rochester Thomas Law Hodges 1776–1857, English Liberal Part ...

                                               

Mayhem

"Mayhem" Law & Order, an episode of Law & Order TV Mayhem, a 1991 television show Mayhem film, an American action-horror film directed by Joe Lynch "Mayhem" Criminal Minds, an episode of Criminal Minds

                                               

Bill OConnor

Bill OConnor may refer to: Bill OConnor mountaineer and writer, see Cholatse Bill OConnor ice hockey, see 2006 World Junior A Challenge Bill OConnor Australian footballer 1908–1989, Australian rules footballer for South Melbourne Bill OConnor bas ...

                                               

Punch-Out (disambiguation)

Super Punch-Out!!, a 1994 video game for the Super NES Punch-Out!! NES, a 1987 video game for the NES originally known as Mike Tysons Punch-Out!! Punch-Out!!, a series of boxing video games made by Nintendo Punch-Out!! arcade game, a 1984 arcade ...

                                               

The War

The War miniseries, a 2007 television documentary about World War II by Ken Burns The Chasers War on Everything or simply The War, an Australian television comedy series The War 1994 film, a 1994 film starring Elijah Wood and Kevin Costner

                                               

Speedball

Speedball boxing, a small punching bag used by boxers for training Speed-ball, an Egyptian racquet sport Speedball American ball game, a combination of handball and soccer

                                               

Peekaboo (disambiguation)

Peekaboo film, a 2011 Australian short film "Peek-a-Boo" Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, a season five episode of Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu "Peekaboo" Breaking Bad, a season two episode of Breaking Bad

                                               

Lionheart

Richard the Lionheart, a name for Richard I of England Lionheart, nickname of Anthony Smith born 1988, a mixed martial artist Dan Wheldon 1978–2011, race car driver who had a Lionheart decal with the English flag on the back of every racing helme ...

                                               

Bantam

X-4 Bantam, American test aircraft Bantam missile, Swedish anti-tank missile in the 1950s Micro Aviation B22 Bantam, microlight aircraft in New Zealand Bantam Bomber, nickname for the A-4 Skyhawk jet fighter BAT Bantam, the FK-23, British 1920s b ...

                                               

Tyger

TYGER Security, a fictional security firm in the video game Batman: Arkham City Tyger Tiger, or Jessan Hoan, a fictional character in Marvel Comics Ras Tyger, protagonist of Lord Tyger, a 1970 American novel by Philip Jose Farmer Tyger album, by ...

                                               

Big Ben (disambiguation)

Big Ben or the Elizabeth Tower is a clock tower in the Palace of Westminster in London, England. Big Ben or Bigben may also refer to: Big Ben locomotive, Steam locomotives of Australia Big Ben horse, a Canadian show jumping horse Bigben computer, ...

                                               

Bushranger (disambiguation)

A bushranger was a lawbreaker who used the Australian bush to avoid capture. Bushrangers may also refer to: Bushranger, popular nickname given to the Australian Bell UH-1 Iroquois helicopters during the Vietnam War Bushranger, the Norinco JW-103 ...

                                               

Gac (disambiguation)

Games Administration Committee, a committee that organises fixtures within Gaelic games Global Action for Children, an organization dedicated to advocating for orphans and other vulnerable children in the developing world Gloster Aircraft Company ...

                                               

Adam Jones

Adam Jones rugby union, born 1980, Wales international rugby union lock Adam Jones Canadian scholar born 1963, political scientist, writer, and photojournalist Adam Jones musician born 1965, guitarist for the progressive metal band Tool Adam Jone ...

                                               

Richard Gray

Richard Gray footballer 1877–?, association football goalkeeper Dick Gray ice hockey 1920–1990, Canadian ice hockey player Dick Gray 1931–2013, American professional baseball player Richie Gray rugby coach, Scottish rugby player, TV presenter and ...

                                               

Lee Jones

Lee Jones may refer to: Lee Jones rugby union born 1988, of Edinburgh Rugby and Scotland national rugby union team Lee Jones, star of The Bastard Executioner Lee Jones footballer, born 1970, Welsh footballer, goalkeeper Lee Jones author, poker au ...

                                               

Tom Scott

Tom Scott poet 1918–1995, Scottish poet Tom Scott sound engineer, shared the Academy Award for Best Sound in 1983 and 1984 Tom Scott painter 1854–1927, Scottish water-colourist Tom Everett Scott born 1970, American film, theatre and television ac ...

                                               

Blindside

Blindside, Blind Side or The Blind Side may refer to: Blindside, a term used with similar meanings in rugby league and in rugby union The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game, a 2006 book about American football "Blind side", a term in American and Ca ...

                                               

Timothy Johnson

Tim Johnson Montreal based songwriter born 1984, songwriter and musician Tim Johnson film director born 1961, American film director Timothy Johnson, current Precentor head of music at Eton College Timothy Johnson medical journalist born 1936, Am ...

                                               

Alexander Walker

Alex Walker Scottish footballer 1881–1916 Alex Walker footballer born 1984, Scottish footballer Alex Walker rugby league born 1995 Alex Walker rugby union born 1986, Welsh rugby union player Alex Walker rugby union born 1984, Australian rugby uni ...

                                               

Jack Lee

Jack Lee rugby league born 1988, English rugby league player Jack Lee footballer, born 1920 1920–1995, English footballer and cricketer Jacky Lee 1938–2016, American football player Jack Lee cricketer 1902–1944, English cricketer Jack Lee Austral ...

                                               

Paul Turner

Paul Turner may refer to: Paul Turner wide receiver born 1993, American football wide receiver Paul Turner bassist born 1968, English bassist Paul Turner rugby player born 1960, Welsh rugby union footballer Paul Turner American football coach, Am ...

                                               

David Allen

Dave Allen comedian 1936–2005, Irish comedian on BBC David W. Allen 1944–1999, American film and television stop motion animator David Allen, creator of BBC TV series Micro Live, 1980s David Allen special effects artist, American 1940s special ef ...

                                               

Clue

The Clue, a 1915 American silent film Im Sorry I Havent a Clue, or Clue, a BBC radio comedy panel game "Clues" Star Trek: The Next Generation, a television episode

                                               

2010 World Cup (disambiguation)

The 2010 World Cup is the 19th edition of the FIFA international association football tournament. 2010 World Cup may also refer to: Association football 2010 FIFA U-17 Womens World Cup 2010 FIFA Club World Cup 2010 FIFA U-20 Womens World Cup Othe ...

                                               

Michael Dawson

Michael Dawson may refer to: Mick Dawson, Irish businessman and rugby executive Michael Dawson footballer born 1983, English footballer Michael Dawson, executive producer of the TV series Vera Michael Dawson, visual effects artist, see Academy Aw ...

                                               

Chris King

Chris or Christopher King may refer to: Chris Thomas King born 1962, American blues musician and actor Chris King basketball born 1969, American NBA basketball player Chris King soccer born 1969, American soccer player Chris King actor born 1956, ...

                                               

Paul Rose

Paul Rose is the name of: Paul Lawrence Rose 1944–2014, American professor of European history and Jewish studies Paul Rose, electronic music producer more commonly known as Scuba Paul Rose British politician 1935–2015, British Labour MP Paul How ...

                                               

Streamline

Adobe Streamline, a discontinued line tracing program made by Adobe Systems Streamline Cars, the company responsible for making the Burney car Streamline Air, American regional airline

                                               

The View from Halfway Down

The View from Halfway Down is the fifteenth episode of the sixth season of BoJack Horseman, an American animated comedy-drama series. The penultimate episode of the series, it was released alongside seven others on Netflix on January 31, 2020, wi ...

                                               

The Key

The Key 2014 film, an American film directed by Jefery Levy The Key 1961 film, a Soviet animated feature The Key 1934 film, a 1934 film directed by Michael Curtiz The Key TV series, first broadcast 2003 by the BBC The Key 1965 film, a Yugoslav om ...

                                               

Donald Duck (disambiguation)

Donald Duck comic strip, a 1938-1995 newspaper comic strip Donald Duck Weekblad, a Dutch comic book, 1952–present Donald Duck American comic book, an American comic book, 1952–present

                                               

Fin (disambiguation)

A fin is an appendage used to produce lift and thrust or to steer while traveling in water, air, or other fluid media. Fin, FIN, or Fins may also refer to:

                                               

Jet stream (disambiguation)

The jet stream is a fast-moving high-altitude wind phenomenon. A jetstream is a machine that creates a waterstream in a swimming pool, which can be used for exercise, entertainment or massage Jet stream or Jetstream may refer to:

                                               

One of Those Days (disambiguation)

"One of Those Days", song by Donny and Marie Osmond 1974 "One of Those Days", song by Joshua Radin from Simple Times "One of Those Days", song by "Weird Al" Yankovic from Polka Party! 1986 "One of Those Days", song by John Martun from Stormbringe ...