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Rafah terror attack

Rafah terror attack was a terror attack on an Egyptian Armed Forces checkpoint in Rafah in North Sinai which resulted in the death of 26 Egyptian soldiers and injured many more on Friday, July 7, 2017. The dead included a high-ranking special for ...

                                               

Jack Lynch (disambiguation)

Jack Lynch was an Irish politician. Jack Lynch may also refer to: Jack Lynch, mass murderer during the 1840s of the Berrima District who was later hanged at the Berrima Gaol in 1842 Jack Lynch ice hockey born 1952, Canadian ice hockey player Jack ...

                                               

Sandy Hook (disambiguation)

Sandy Hook Island, an island in Western Australias Recherche Archipelago

                                               

Bloodbath (disambiguation)

The Stockholm Bloodbath, a massacre in Stockholm in November 1520 Kalmar Bloodbath 1599, an execution of Sigismund loyalists on the order of Duke Charles Kalmar Bloodbath 1505, a massacre by king John. The Åbo Bloodbath, an execution of Sigismund ...

                                               

Gharbi

Gharbi, Iran, village in Iran Gharbi, Tunisia, south island off the Tunisian coast Gharbi, Afghanistan, village in Afghanistan Gharbi Rural District, in Ardabil Province, Iran Hodh El Gharbi Region, Mauritania

                                               

Battle of Jupilsan

The Battle of Mount Jupil, also known as Battle of Jupil-san and Battle of Mount Zhubi was a battle between Tang Chinese and Goguryeo Korean forces that took place in Mouth Jupil at the south of the fortress city of Ansi. It took place in July 11 ...

                                               

Tovarnik massacre

During the September 1991 Yugoslav Campaign in Croatia, JNA and local Krajina Serb forces attacked and occupied several villages in Eastern Slavonia and Croatian Syrmia modern-day Vukovar-Srijem county during the JNA-led offensive against Vukovar ...

                                               

DBK

DBK may refer to German Bishops Conference, Deutsche Bischofskonferenz DBK in German, the episcopal conference of the bishops of the Roman Catholic dioceses in Germany DBK Historic Railway, a preserved railway association in Crailsheim, Germany D ...

                                               

The Squires (disambiguation)

The Squires were Neil Youngs first band, The Squires may also refer to: "The Squires" rock band from Jamaica High School in the 1960s. Played gigs and clubs around New York & performed at The Worlds Fair in 1964. the band which later became the C ...

                                               

Teresa Marshall

Teresa Marshall was born in 1962 in the town Truro, located in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. She is a multimedia artist, which includes sculptures and installations. She also makes poetry and playwrights. She is associated with the First N ...

                                               

Contract (disambiguation)

Hitman: Contracts, the third game in the Hitman video game series Contract bridge, a trick-taking card game

                                               

The Rising (MacGyver)

The Rising is the first episode of the first season of MacGyver. It aired on September 23, 2016. The story for the episode was written by Peter M. Lenkov and Paul Downs Colaizzo. The teleplay was also written by Peter M. Lenkov. The episode was d ...

                                               

Thomas Maguire

Thomas Maguire may refer to: Thomas H. Maguire 1877–1915, American football coach and physician Thomas Maguire baseball, American baseball pitcher for the 1894 Cincinnati Reds Thomas Maguire, convicted of murder, but overturned; see Manchester Ma ...

                                               

William Bailey

William Gill Bailey 1833–1889, politician in Queensland, Australia William Henry Bailey 1831–1908, American author, lawyer, and statesman William Bailey MP died 1409, MP for Salisbury William Bailey Lamar 1853–1928, American politician and lawyer ...

                                               

Alex Boyd

Alex Boyd and similar names may refer to: Alex Boyd photographer born 1984, Scottish artist & photographer Alex Boyd author born 1969, Canadian poet, essayist, editor, and critic Alex Boyd footballer 1883–1962, Australian rules footballer

                                               

Red Fox (disambiguation)

The Red fox is a small canine. Red Fox or Redfox may also refer to: Red Fox film, a 1991 British two-part television film starring John Hurt and Jane Birkin, based on the Gerald Seymour book Chief Red Fox 1870–1976, Oglala Lakota Sioux performer, ...

                                               

William Cunningham (body snatcher)

William Cunningham was a body snatcher who lived in Cincinnati, Ohio. A "professional resurrectionist", Cunningham provided corpses for area physicians from 1855 to 1871. Popularly known as Old Cunny, other names attributed to Cunningham include ...

                                               

Wheal Maid

Wheal Maid is a former mine in the Camborne-Redruth-St Day Mining District, 1.5km east of St Day. Between 1800 and 1840, profits are said to have been up to £200.000. In 1852, the mine was almalgamated with Poldice Mine and Carharrack Mine and wo ...

                                               

Ned Kelly (disambiguation)

Ned Kelly was an Australian bushranger, outlaw, gang leader and convicted police murderer. Ned Kelly may also refer to: "Ned Kelly", song by Waylon Jennings from the 1970 film soundtrack Ned Kelly musical, a 1977 Australian musical by Reg Livermo ...

                                               

Ashburn (surname)

Ashburn is a surname. It may refer to: Thomas Q. Ashburn general 1874–1941, American army officer Thomas Q. Ashburn 1820–1890, American judge Cliff Ashburn 1905–1989, American football player Kristen Ashburn born 1973, American photojournalist Id ...

                                               

Hans Schmidt

Hans Schmidt general of the Infantry 1877–1948, German general in World War II Hans Schmidt general 1895–1971, German general in World War II, involved in Battle of the Hurtgen Forest Hans-Thilo Schmidt 1888–1943, spy, sold secrets about the Germ ...

                                               

Roy Moore (disambiguation)

Roy Moore is an American judge and rapist. Roy Moore may also refer to: Roy Moore baseball 1898–1951, 1920s Major League Baseball pitcher Roy Moore cyclist born 1932, Australian Olympic cyclist Roy Moore Australian footballer 1914–1973, player of ...

                                               

Tom Collins (disambiguation)

A Tom Collins is an alcoholic cocktail made with gin and other mixers. Tom Collins may also refer to: Tom Collins, bass player of the band Acroma Tom Collins athlete, Irish athlete who held the 5 mile worlds record Joseph Furphy 1843–1912, Austra ...

                                               

Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Bydgoszcz

The consecration of the church happened on October 28, 1928, and its vicar solemny designated on February 23, 1930. In 1933, most of the neo-baroque interior elements were installed, the main altar was completed in 1937. During the years prior to ...

                                               

William Reese

William Reese is the name of: William J. Reese historian, historian of education and professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison William L. Reese 1921–2017, American professor of philosophy William Reese murder victim William J. Reese archit ...

                                               

Richard Davis

Richard C. Davis born 1963, American businessman, founder, president and CEO of Trademark Properties, creator of Flip This House Richard Davis, American businessman and inventor of all-kevlar body armor, founder of the Second Chance Body Armor Co ...

                                               

Murder Will Out

Murder Will Out may refer to: The Voice of Merrill, 1952 British film released under this title in the U.S. Murder Will Out 1930 film, a 1930 American drama film starring Jack Mulhall "Murder Will Out": The Detective in Fiction, a 1990 book by T. ...

                                               

David Moshe Rabinowicz

Rabbi David Moshe Rabinowicz was the Rosh Yeshiva of Kibbutz Govoha and the entire Keser Torah network. The network had 36 schools, throughout Poland, with an enrollment exceeding 4.000 students.

                                               

The Paradine Case (novel)

The Paradine Case is a 1933 novel by the British writer Robert Hichens about a married London barrister who falls in love with a woman accused of murder.

                                               

Death angel

Death angel may refer to: Deaths Angels, a novel by William King Amanita ocreata, a poisonous mushroom Death Angel, a thrash metal band from Concord, California Death-angel, common name for the herb Justicia pectoralis Nemesis 4: Death Angel, a 1 ...

                                               

James Cavanagh

James Cavanagh or Cavanaugh may refer to: James Cavanagh soldier 1831–1901, Irish-American brigadier general James Cavanagh architect 1874 – 1958, Australian architect James B. Kavanagh 1800–1886, Irish priest and teacher James Cavanagh baseball, ...

                                               

Paradise Lost (disambiguation)

"Paradise Lost", a song by Gain from the 2015 EP Hawwah } "Paradise Lost Youre the Reason Why", a song by Half Man Half Biscuit from the 2002 album Cammell Laird Social Club Paradise Lost song, a 2008 song by Minori Chihara "Paradise Lost, a poem ...

                                               

Raymond Clark

Raymond or Ray Clark may refer to: Ossie Clark 1942–1996, British fashion designer Ray R. Clark 1877–1926, American politician Ray Clark Paralympic athlete, gold medalist in athletics at the 1972 Summer Paralympics and again in 1976 Yodelin Slim ...

                                               

Easy street

Easy Street, a 1941 soundie a musical short film featuring Dorothy Dandridge performing "Easy Street", the song written in 1941 by Alan Rankin Jones. Easy Street TV series, a 1986–1987 American sitcom starring Loni Anderson and Jack Elam Easy Str ...

                                               

Glenn Miller (disambiguation)

Glenn Miller was a swing-era American jazz musician. Glenn Miller may also refer to: Glenn Miller rugby league, Australian rugby league player Frazier Glenn Miller, Jr. born 1940, commonly known as Glenn Miller, white nationalist, perennial candi ...

                                               

The Range Busters

The Range Busters is a 1940 American Western film directed by S. Roy Luby and written by John Rathmell. The film is the first in Monogram Pictures "Range Busters" series, and it stars Ray "Crash" Corrigan as Crash, John "Dusty" King as Dusty and ...

                                               

The Second Victory (West novel)

The Bulletin wrote "West is concerned here more with the nature of justice, mercy and moral responsibility in war and peace than with thriller-writing; which is a pity, because his very plain Catholicism, though impressively sincere, produces ver ...

                                               

In Writing

In Writing is a 1961 Australian television play by an Australian writer living in London, Raymond Bowers, and directed by Kevin Shine. It was broadcast on the ABC in June 7, 1961 in Sydney and on August 2 in Melbourne. It was first presented on t ...

                                               

Premonition (disambiguation)

Premonition 2007 film, an American drama starring Sandra Bullock "The Premonition" The Outer Limits, an episode of the original version of The Outer Limits 1965 The Premonition 1976 film, an American psychological thriller starring Richard Lynch ...

                                               

Monica Galan

Galan was born in 1950 in Buenos Aires. Galan graduated from the National School of Dramatic Arts and her first film appearance was in Daniel Tinayres La Mary, starring Susana Gimenez and Carlos Monzon in 1974. She went on to appear in other film ...

                                               

List of UK Albums Chart number ones of the 2020s

The UK Albums Chart is a weekly record chart based on album sales from Friday to Thursday in the United Kingdom. The Official Charts Company defines an "album" as being a type of music release that feature more than four tracks and last longer th ...

                                               

Michael Peterson

Michael Peterson may refer to: Michael Peterson singer born 1959, American country music singer-songwriter Michael Peterson criminal born 1943, American novelist convicted of murdering his wife Michael Peterson album Michael Peterson surfer 1952– ...

                                               

Love Is Like a Spinning Wheel (album)

Love Is Like a Spinning Wheel is the twelfth studio album by American country artist Jan Howard. It was released in March 1972 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. The album spawned two singles that became minor hits on the Billboar ...

                                               

Bonanza (song)

Bonanza is the musical theme for the NBC western television series Bonanza starring Lorne Greene. It was written for the series by Jay Livingston and Raymond Evans. In 1961, it became a hit for Al Caiola and His Orchestra, whose instrumental reco ...

                                               

Boa Constrictor (song)

"Boa Constrictor" is another song written by Shel Silverstein. It has a similarly frantic feel to Cashs earlier recording of Silversteins "25 Minutes to Go." In this song, the singer is being swallowed by a boa constrictor and counting down the b ...

                                               

Kim Hill

Kim Hill may refer to: Kim Hill, victim in 1978 of attempted murder by Mick Philpott Kim Hill 1966–2011, daughter of American football player Fred Hill and the inspiration for the Ronald McDonald House charity Kim Hill singer born 1963, American ...

                                               

Anthony Smith

Anthony Smith is the name of: Anthony Smith born 2008, American hearing-impaired 4-year old comic book fan, see Blue Ear Anthony Neil Smith, American mystery/crime fiction writer Anthony Smith rescuer 1894–1964, George Cross recipient for civilia ...

                                               

Happy to Be with You

Happy to Be with You is a song co-written by Johnny Cash with June Carter and Merle Kilgore. Released in October 1965 as a single Columbia 4-43420, with "Pickin Time" on the opposite side, it entered the country charts in November, eventually rea ...

                                               

Arabesque (disambiguation)

"Arabesque", by Cheap Trick from Bang, Zoom, Crazy. Hello, 2016 "Arabesque", a concert band piece composed by Samuel Hazo, 2008 "Arabesque" Coldplay song, 2019 "Arabesque", single by 999 band 1984 "Arabesque", by Ahmad Jamal from Crystal, 1987 "A ...

                                               

Austin Prison

Austin Prison is a song written by Johnny Cash and originally recorded by him on Columbia Records for his 1966 novelty album Everybody Loves a Nut. It was first released in May 1966 as the flip side to the second single Columbia 4-43673, "Everybo ...