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Hesperinidae

Hesperinus is a genus of flies and the sole genus in the relict family Hesperinidae belonging to the nematoceran infraorder Bibionomorpha. There are about 8 known species, nearly all from the Palaearctic region with one each from the Nearctic and ...

                                               

Beyond the Gates (music festival) 2020

Beyond the Gates is an annual extreme metal festival that takes place every year in August in Bergen, Norway. The main stage is at USF Verftet, a refurbished Sardine factory transformed into a venue. The festival took place after Hole in the Sky, ...

                                               

Midgardsblot 2020

Midgardsblot is an annual extreme metal and folk music festival that since 2015 takes place in August in Borre, Norway. The location of the festival is Midgard Viking Centre, museum in a former Viking settlement, and the festival puts a lot of em ...

                                               

Lin Aung Khit

Lin Aung Khit is a Burmese actor and model. He began his entertainment career as a runway model and had his breakthrough in the 2013 film Ta Khu Latt.

                                               

Randall Vines

Randall Vines is an Australian professional golfer. Vines is from Brisbane, Australia. He had some success as an amateur, winning the 1963 Queensland Junior Golf Tournament.

                                               

Paul Harris (artist)

Paul Harris was an American sculptor and lithographer. He worked in a variety of media, but is best known for his life-sized stuffed and upholstered female figures.

                                               

Airlines (Indian TV series)

Airlines - Har Udaan Ek Toofan is an Indian television series aired on Star Plus from 24 August 2014 to 1 February 2015 during Sundays. Produced by Miditech, it starred Tulip Joshi and VJ Yudhishtir.

                                               

PK

Peacekeepers Farscape, in the Farscape television show Paperinik, a cartoon character PK film, a 2014 Indian film directed by Rajkumar Hirani and starring Aamir Khan

                                               

Yassin (name)

Yassine an alternative of Yasin, Yassine, Yaseen and Yacine is a male given name. Common mostly in the Arab World and Muslim countries; Arabic: ياسين ‎, IPA is a surname and unisex given name of Arabic origin. The name comes from a chapter of the ...

                                               

Oregon Humanities

Oregon Humanities, formerly known as the Oregon Council for the Humanities, is an independent, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities for the U.S. state of Oregon.

                                               

History of Humanities

History of Humanities is a double-blind peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the history of the different traditions and disciplines in the humanities, across periods and cultures. Its editors are Rens Bod, Julia Kursell, Jaap Maat, and Thij ...

                                               

Humanities and Social Sciences, IISER Pune

Humanities and Social Sciences at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune is a research and teaching department within the institute, along with Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Climate Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics. The fa ...

                                               

Arkansas Review

Arkansas Review: A Journal of Delta Studies is an interdisciplinary humanities journal that focuses on the seven states of the Mississippi River Delta. Each issue of the journal contains fiction, nonfiction, poetic, and visual art works which off ...

                                               

Menahem Yaari

Menahem E. Yaari is an Israeli economist who has been the S.A. Schonbrunn Professor of Mathematical Economics at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and was the President of the Open University of Israel from 1992 to 1997. He was awarded the Isra ...

                                               

ARTS

ARTS may refer to: ARTS-Dance, the Alliance of Round, Traditional and Square-Dance, Inc. Classic Arts Showcase Automated Radar Terminal System, also known as Common ARTS, an air traffic control computer system Alpha Repertory Television Service, ...

                                               

Beaux Arts

Beaux Arts, Beaux arts, or Beaux-Arts is a French term corresponding to fine arts in English. Capitalized, it may refer to: Beaux Arts Gallery, an important gallery of British modern art Beaux-Arts Institute of Design a.k.a. BAID, New York City b ...

                                               

Museum of Decorative Arts

National Museum of Decorative Arts, Buenos Aires, Argentina Museum of Decorative Arts, Havana Museo de Artes Decorativas, Cuba Museum of Decorative Arts, Berlin Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin, Germany National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and H ...

                                               

Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp Musee des Beaux-Arts Tournai Museum of Fine Arts, Ostend Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent

                                               

University of the Arts

University of the Arts or University of Arts may refer to: University of the Arts Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States University of the Arts London in London, England, United Kingdom

                                               

Newport Performing Arts Theater

The Newport Performing Arts Theater, also known as simply Newport Theater, is a performing arts center on the grounds of Resorts World Manila in Pasay, Metro Manila, the Philippines. It is a modern multi-purpose theater named after its location i ...

                                               

High society

High society or High Society may refer to: High society social class, a category of people deemed to have social status or prestige. High society may also refer to:

                                               

Business as usual

Business as usual may refer to: Business as usual business, the normal execution of operations within an organization Business as usual policy, policy of the British government in World War I

                                               

The Business

The Business may refer to: The Business film, a 2005 film directed by Nick Love The Business, an RTE Radio 1 show presented by John Murray The Business TV series The Business band, an English punk rock/Oi! band The Business radio, a National Publ ...

                                               

Monkey Business

Monkey Business 1926 film, an Our Gang comedy Monkey Business 1925 film, a Krazy Kat cartoon Monkey Business TV series, British Monkey Business 1952 film, directed by Howard Hawks with Cary Grant "Monkey Business", an episode of Californication M ...

                                               

Family business (disambiguation)

"Family Business", a song by Fish from Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors "Family Business", a song by the Fugees from The Score A Family Business, a 2011 compilation album Family Business 2-4 Family album, 1999 Family Business E.S.G. album, 2005 F ...

                                               

Strictly Business

Strictly Business may refer to: "Strictly Business" EPMD song, the debut single by EPMD from its debut album, Strictly Business Strictly Business EPMD album, an album by EPMD Strictly Business 1931 film, a 1931 British comedy film directed by Mar ...

                                               

Unfinished Business

Unfinished Business Jay-Z and R. Kelly album, a 2004 album Unfinished Business, a 1976 album by The Blackbyrds Unfinished Business Andy Bown album, 2011 Unfinished Business song, a 2008 single by White Lies Unfinished Business Ronnie Spector albu ...

                                               

University of International Business and Economics

University of International Business and Economics Beijing Liaoning University of International Business and Economics Shanghai University of International Business and Economics

                                               

Event

Convention meeting, a gathering of individuals engaged in some common interest Sporting event, at which athletic competition takes place Event management, the organization of events Party, a social, recreational or corporate events held Ceremony, ...

                                               

AFL Grand Final location debate

The AFL Grand Final location debate has been a long standing reoccurring point of contention regarding the locations of the premiership deciding match of the Australian Football League. As the AFL evolved from the Victorian Football League this h ...

                                               

Capitanian mass extinction event

The Capitanian extinction event was an extinction event that occurred around 260 million years ago during a period of decreased species richness and increased extinction rates in the late Middle Permian during the Guadalupian epoch. It is also kn ...

                                               

Double or Nothing (2021)

Double or Nothing is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by All Elite Wrestling. It will take place on May 29, 2021, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada. It will be the third event in the Double or Nothing ...

                                               

Venue

Theater structure, or venue, a place used for performing theater Music venue, place used for a concert or musical performance Venue law, the place a case is heard Sport venue, place used for a sporting event Financial trading venue, a place or sy ...

                                               

Pete

Purdue Pete, bookstore logo turned unofficial mascot of Purdue University The Pete, Petersen Events Center, athletics complex and basketball arena on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh Pete the Penguin, one of the two mascots of Youngstow ...

                                               

WrestleMania 37

WrestleMania 37 is the upcoming 37th annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their Raw and SmackDown brands. It is scheduled to take place on March 28, 2021, at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, ...

                                               

Above the Law

Above the Law may refer to: Above the Law group, an American hip hop group Above the Law TV series, an Australian television series Above the Law 1988 film, an American action film starring Steven Seagal Above the Law 2017 film, a Belgian-French ...

                                               

The Law

The Law TV series, 1975 television miniseries The Law 1959 film, with Gina Lollobrigida original title: La Legge The Law 1974 film, television film with Judd Hirsch The Law 1990 film, 1990 award-winning Burkinabe drama film also known as Tilaï Th ...

                                               

World Federation of Workers in Food, Drink, Tobacco and Hotel Industries

The World Federation of Workers in Food, Drink, Tobacco and Hotel Industries was a global union federation bringing together unions representing workers in food and service industries. The federation was established on 10 October 1948 at a meetin ...

                                               

Bite Food Festival

Bite Food Festival, Cardiff is an annual food festival that was established in 2018. The festival is a one-day event held in July in Cardiff, south Wales.

                                               

List of food festivals in Wales

This is a list of food festivals in Wales. As a criterion, established festivals should all have a devoted website to which they are linked. Some of the food festivals are alternatively entitled Show, Fayre, Fair, Fest, Feast.

                                               

Brecon Beacons Food Festival

The Brecon Beacons Food Festival is an annual food festival that was established in 1998. The festival is held during October in Brecon, a town which is located in the Brecon Beacons National Park.

                                               

The Big Welsh Bite Food Festival

The festival was established in 2003 and is held each August in Ynysangharad Park which is also home to the National Lido of Wales, a waterside cafe and bandstand. The festival is notable for its size, attracting up to 20.000 people over two days ...

                                               

List of food podcasts

This is a list of food podcasts, Podcasting, and food-related podcasts. They are listed with by release date of the first episode. A few details are added for some podcasts that dont have their own article.

                                               

Culture House

Culture House or House of Culture may refer to: Strpce#House of Culture Haus der Kultur und Bildung House of Culture and Education, Neubrandenburg: see Kulturfinger Skalica Culture House Česka Lipa#Crystal Culture House Palace of Culture or House ...

                                               

Security culture

Security culture is a set of practices used by contemporary anarchists to avoid, or mitigate the effects of, police surveillance and harassment and state control.

                                               

Isabella Fenwick

Isabella Fenwick was a 19th-century British amanuensis, and a confidante, advisor, and friend of William Wordsworth and his family in his later years. She is the scribe behind the Fenwick Notes, an autobiographical and poetic commentary Wordswort ...

                                               

Dee L. Clayman

Dee L. Clayman is an American classical scholar and a professor of Classics at the City University of New York. She is a pioneer in the effort to digitize the humanities and served as president of the Society for Classical Studies.

                                               

Distant reading

Distant reading is an approach in literary studies that applies computational methods to literary data, usually derived from large digital libraries, for the purposes of literary history and theory. While the term is collective, and is used to re ...

                                               

Universidad de Chile Center for Byzantine and Neohellenic Studies

The Universidad de Chile Center for Byzantine and Neohellenic Studies is an institution dedicated, for more than fifty years, to Greek culture study in its entire history and time. This studies centre spanning the archaic, medieval and modern ver ...

                                               

Sugar King Park

Sugar King Park is a municipal park located in Garapan, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands across from the NMI Museum of History and Culture. The park was named in honor of the "Sugar King" Haruji Matsue, director of the South Seas Development Comp ...