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Hello (disambiguation)

Hello web series, 2017 Indian web series Hello! magazine, British celebrity magazine

                                               

Tyler Davis

Tyler Davis may refer to: Tyler Davis tight end born 1997, American football player Tyler Davis placekicker born 1994, American football player Tyler Watkins Davis, American arrested for involvement in violence at the Unite the Right rally in Cha ...

                                               

Carl Jenkins

Karl Jenkins born 1944, Welsh musician and composer Carl Elmer Jenkins born 1926, American Central Intelligence Agency officer, 1952–1973 Karl Jenkins, American rapper, known professionally as Dice Raw

                                               

Brand (disambiguation)

A brand is a name, sign, symbol, slogan or anything that is used to identify and distinguish a specific product, service, or business. Brand may also refer to:

                                               

666

666 may refer to: 666, an eschatological Christian sect in Uganda 666 Fifth Avenue 666 number, a number U.S. Route 491, an American highway formerly called U.S. Route 666 666 Desdemona, a minor planet in the asteroid belt The Number of the beast, ...

                                               

Last stand (disambiguation)

"The Last Stand", the fifty-second and final episode of The Legend of Korra "SpongeBobs Last Stand", an episode of the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants "Last Stand" Stargate SG-1, an episode of the television series Starg ...

                                               

30 Exitos Insuperables

30 Exitos Insuperables refers to multiple compilation albums released from 2003 to 2004 by EMI, including: 30 Exitos Insuperables, by Mazz 30 Exitos Insuperables, by Los Alegres de Teran 30 Exitos Insuperables, by La Tropa F 30 Exitos Insuperable ...

                                               

The Decline (film)

The Decline is a Canadian thriller drama film, directed by Patrice Laliberte in his feature debut and released in 2020. The first Quebec film to be produced as a Netflix original film, the film stars Guillaume Laurin as Antoine, a man from Montre ...

                                               

Pakistan Army Act, 1952

The act was amended in 2015 under the Pakistan Army Amendment Act, 2015. The bill was approved by National Assembly of Pakistan on 6 January 2015. This amendment allowed the establishment of special military courts to try the civilians suspected ...

                                               

Sava Trlajic

Sava Trlajic was a Bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church serving as Bishop of the Eparchy of Gornji Karlovac in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia from 1938 until the beginning of World War II. He was killed by Ustase of the Nazi Germany-aligned Independe ...

                                               

Alan Johnston (disambiguation)

Alan Johnston is a British journalist who was kidnapped and held for 4 months in 2007. Alan or Allan Johnston may also refer to: Allan Johnston psychiatrist, British psychiatrist Thomas Alan Johnston, Scottish engineer Allan Johnston born 1973, S ...

                                               

Desolate (film)

Desolate is a 2018 American thriller film directed by Frederick Cipoletti, who wrote it with Jonathan Rosenthal. Will Brittain stars as a young man who is abandoned by his brothers – played by Tyson Ritter, Bill Tangradi, and Rosenthal – after a ...

                                               

Blind Corner (novel)

Blind Corner is a 1927 novel by the English author Dornford Yates. The book was the first in his Chandos thriller series and is narrated in the first person by Richard Chandos. In addition to Chandos and his servant Bell, the novel features a cas ...

                                               

Jerry Williams

Jerry Williams radio 1923–2003, American radio host Jerry Williams, founder of American band Harvest in 1977 Jerry Lynn Williams 1948–2005, guitarist and songwriter Jerry Williams, Jr. or Swamp Dogg born 1942, American R&B singer, songwriter ...

                                               

AVT

AVT may refer to: US Navy Aircraft Transports, see list of auxiliaries of the United States Navy Audiovisual translation, a specialized branch of translation AVT Statistical filtering algorithm Avnet, American electronics company NASDAQ stock sym ...

                                               

Armando Palabay

Armando" Mandrake” Ducusin Palabay was a Filipino student leader and activist from San Fernando La Union. He is best known for his work in organizing anti-Marcos campaigns during the first quarter storm and the early days of Martial law under Fer ...

                                               

Moussa Abadi

Moussa Abadi was a member of the French Resistance in southern France during World War II. With Odette Rosenstock, they saved 527 children from being taken by the Nazis and the Schutzstaffel forces.

                                               

William Sampson

William Sampson may refer to: William Sampson author 1959–2012, a Canadian/British citizen arrested and tortured by the Saudi government between 2000 and 2003 William Sampson lawyer 1764–1836, a United Irishmen lawyer exiled to the United States ...

                                               

Eric Wilson

Eric Wilson Australian footballer born 1945, Australian rules footballer Eric Wilson linebacker, born 1962 born 1962, former American football player for the Buffalo Bills and Washington Redskins Eric Wilson linebacker, born 1994 born 1994, Ameri ...

                                               

Soldiers Monument

Soldiers Monument may refer to any of the Soldiers and Sailors Monuments or to: Not in Kentucky Soldiers monument Dover, Massachusetts, Dover, Massachusetts, 1910 Soldiers Monument Byron, Illinois, in Ogle County 1866 Soldiers Monument in Bristol ...

                                               

Monument to the Unknown Sailor

The Monument to the Unknown Sailor is a city memorial located at Shevchenko Park in the Eastern Ukrainian city of Odessa. It is part of the parks Alley of Glory, with the graves of fallen sailors on each side. An eternal flame is burning at foot ...

                                               

Central Executive Committee of the Navy

The Central Executive Committee of the Navy was the main collegial governing body of the navy, created as part of the democratization of the navy in 1917 in order to coordinate the activities of the committees of the fleets and flotillas. The Cen ...

                                               

List of public art in Brooklyn

The following public artworks have been displayed in Brooklyn, New York City: William Jay Gaynor Memorial, Cadman Plaza Bust of Alexander Skene Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Soldiers and Sailors Arch Statue of Christopher Columbus, Old Fulton Street ...

                                               

Richard Townsend

Richard Townsend may refer to: Richard Townsend sailor born 1929, Canadian sailor Richard Townsend mathematician 1821–1884, Irish mathematician, author, and academic Richard Townsend sportsman 1886–1960, Australian rules footballer and cricketer ...

                                               

John Deane

John Deane may refer to: John R. Deane 1896–1982, U.S. Army officer and author John Deane sailor 1679–1761, English sailor John Deane inventor 1800–1884, co-inventor of the diving helmet John Deane MP 1583–1626, English Member of Parliament, 1621 ...

                                               

John Adam

John Adam may refer to: John Adam silversmith 1775–1848, silversmith and painter in Virginia John A. Adam born 1949, American reporter John Adam sailor, British sailor, won silver medal at 1908 Summer Olympics John Adam rugby league born 1956, Au ...

                                               

Lone

Lone given name, a given name including a list of people with this name Lone Fight disambiguation, a family name Lone musician, Matt Cutler, an electronic musician from Nottingham, United Kingdom Lone surname, a surname including a list of people ...

                                               

Parkman

Parkman may refer to: People Francis Parkman 1823–1893 His uncle George Parkman c. 1790-1849, the victim in the Parkman-Webster murder case Places in the United States Parkman, Maine Parkman, Ohio Parkman, Wyoming Fictional characters and locatio ...

                                               

Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights

Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights is an anthology of short stories set in Thedas, the universe of the Dragon Age media franchise. The collection is edited by Chris Bain, Patrick Weekes, Matthew Goldman and Christopher Morgan, and comprises a selection ...

                                               

Derek Brown

Derek Brown may refer to: Derek Brown musician born 1983, American jazz saxophonist Derek Brown editor born c. 1944, editor of the Michelin Red Guides Derek Brown mixologist born 1974, American writer and mixologist Derek Brown running back born ...

                                               

Kabadadaari

Kabadadaari is a 2020 Indian, Tamil language neo noir thriller film written and directed by Pradeep Krishnamoorthy, produced by Dr. G.Dhananjayan of BOFTA Media Works of Creative Entertainers Productions and starring Sibi Sathyaraj in lead role. ...

                                               

Matthew Murray (disambiguation)

Matt, Mathew, or Matthew Murray may refer to: Matthew Murray 1765–1826, English steam engine and machine tool manufacturer. Matthew Murray writer born 1976, American theatre critic and technology writer Matt Murray Scottish footballer 1929–2016, ...

                                               

Colin Ross

Colin Ross may refer to: Colin A. Ross born 1950, American psychiatrist; clinician, researcher and author in the field of trauma related disorders Colin Ross pipemaker, English folk musician and maker of Northumbrian and Scottish smallpipes Colin ...

                                               

Richard Bailey

Richard Bailey may refer to: Richard W. Bailey 1939–2011, American linguist Richard William Bailey 1885–1957, British mechanical engineer and research engineer Richard Bailey, keyboardist with the band Trapeze Richard Eugene Bailey, creator of Hu ...

                                               

FDM

Functional Database Model, a technique in business and financial planning Frequency-division multiplexing, a signal multiplexing method Fused deposition modeling, a 3-D printing technique Finite difference method, a numerical method for solving d ...

                                               

Reign of Terror (disambiguation)

Reign of Terror, a rock band fronted by Joe Stump Reign of Terror, a 2015 EP by Terror Universal Reign of Terror demo, a 1984 demo album by Death Reign of Terror Capture the Crown album 2014 Reign of Terror Sleigh Bells album 2012

                                               

Patrick Henry (disambiguation)

Patrick T. Henry, U.S. Assistant Secretary of the army 1998–2001 Patrick Henry U.S. Congressman 1843-1930, politician from Mississippi Patrick Henry French murderer 1953–2017, convicted French child murderer

                                               

Katyn

Katyn may refer to: National Katyn Memorial, Baltimore, Maryland, dedicated to the victims of the Katyn massacre Katyn war cemetery, a Polish military cemetery in the village of Katyn, Smolensk Oblast, Russia Katyn Memorial Jersey City, Jersey Ci ...

                                               

Loren Rhoads

Loren Rhoads is a San Francisco-based author, editor, and lecturer on cemetery history. She is a member of Horror Writers Association, Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and the Association for Gravestone Studies.

                                               

Moslemuddin

Moslemuddin, also known as Rafiqul Islam khan, was a Bangladesh Army officer who was convicted for his role in the 1975 Jail Killing and the Assassination of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the President of Bangladesh. He is currently a fugitve.

                                               

Anastasia of Russia

Anastasia of Russia may refer to: Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia 1901–1918, daughter of Nicholas II of Russia Anastasia Petrovna Golovina?–?, wife of Prince Alexander Gorbatyi-Shuisky Anastasia Olegovna of Ryazan?–?, daughter of Ole ...

                                               

Anastasia Romanova (disambiguation)

Anastasia Romanovna was the first wife of Ivan the Terrible. Anastasia Romanova or Romanovna may also refer to: Princess Anastasia of Montenegro, 1868–1935, wife of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of R ...

                                               

Nejib Ayed

Nejib Ayed, born December 13 in Ksar Hellal, 1953 in Ksar Hellal and died on August 16, 2019, was a Tunisian producer. He was the executive director of the Carthage Film Festival in 2017 and 2018.

                                               

Deaths head

Deaths Head, deaths head or deaths-head may refer to: Deaths Head series, science fiction novels by David Gunn Skull and crossbones symbol Deaths-head hawkmoth, the common name for three species of moth Totenkopf German for "skull", a military in ...

                                               

Shadowland

"Shadowland", song by Steve Earle from his 2002 album Jerusalem Shadowland Nocturnal Rites album, 2002 "Shadowland", 2003 song by Australian band Youth Group "Shadowland" The Lion King, song from the musical "Shadowland" song, 2010 song by Jim Ke ...

                                               

Dead pool (disambiguation)

A dead pool is a game in which the object is guessing when someone will die. Dead Pool or Deadpool may also refer to: Deadpool video game, 2013 Deadpool film, a 2016 American superhero film Deadpool, a character in the Marvel Comics universe Seve ...

                                               

Monica Huppert

Monica Huppert is a Canadian make-up artist who has worked in Tomorrowland, Stargate SG-1, Star Trek Beyond and Deadpool. She won the Saturn Award in 2017 for the Best Make-Up for her work on "Star Trek: Beyond" with Joel Harlow. She made her nam ...

                                               

No Good Deed

No Good Deed may refer to: "No Good Deed" song, a 2003 song from the Broadway musical Wicked "No Good Deed" CSI: NY, a 2009 episode of CSI: New York No Good Deed 2014 film, an American film by Sam Miller No Good Deed 2002 film, an American film b ...

                                               

Ashes

"Ashes" Pain of Salvation song "Ashes" Embrace song "Ashes", a song from Witcherys album Dont Fear the Reaper album "Ashes", a song from KT Tunstalls album KT Tunstalls Acoustic Extravaganza "Ashes", a song by Screamin Jay Hawkins, 1962 "Ashes" C ...

                                               

Everything Everywhere All at Once

It was announced in August 2018 that Michelle Yeoh and Awkwafina were cast to star in an" interdimensional action film” from Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, with Anthony and Joe Russo set to produce. The film received a tax credit in March 2019 to ...