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Rio (Ledri Vula song)

Rio is a song recorded by Kosovo-Albanian rapper Ledri Vula. Lasting two minutes and thirty eight seconds, the record was solely written by the rapper himself and produced by Albanian producer Big Bang. A pop song, its lyrics talks about the rapp ...

                                               

Botafogo (disambiguation)

Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas, Brazilian football club based in Rio de Janeiro Botafogo Futebol Clube PB, Brazilian football club based in João Pessoa, Paraiba Associação Botafogo Futebol Clube, Brazilian football club based in Guara, Distrito Fe ...

                                               

Daniel Jones

Daniel Jones musician born 1973, Australian musician, member of Savage Garden Daniel Jones composer 1912–1993, Welsh composer Daniel Jones guitarist, member of 7th Order Daniel Jones dancer, English National Ballet Daniel Alexander Jones born 197 ...

                                               

Prem Pujari (1991 film)

Prem Pujari is a 1991 Indian Bengali romantic drama film directed by Nandan Dasgupta starring Prosenjit, Satabdi Roy, Dipankar Dey and Nirmal Kumar in the lead roles. The film narrates the tale of Prem who falls in love with Radha, the daughter o ...

                                               

Lucy Krohg

Born in Paris, she was the daughter of baker François Victor Vidil d. 1938 and Cecile, nee Jampa, who used the name Lucy. From an early age, she was a member of the circle of artists gathered around Montparnasse and Montmartre; she was a model fo ...

                                               

Moirang Shayon

Moirang Shayon refers to the seven incarnations of the Lord Nongpok Ningthou and his divine consort Lady Panthoibi in the erstwhile ancient kingdom of Moirang. The list of included incarnations varies across various faiths and sects. Though no li ...

                                               

Matgoda

Matgoda is a village and a gram panchayat in the Raipur CD block in the Khatra subdivision of the Bankura district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Taku bullion coin

The Taku/Hawksbill Turtle coins are silver and gold bullion coins originally from Fiji, but currently originating from Niue. Taku is the Fijian word for a hawksbill turtle. The silver coins contain 99.9% silver and the gold coins contain 99.99% g ...

                                               

Content development

Content development is the process of originating, editing, manipulating and maintaining the contents in order to provide knowledgeable fillings to the users. Contents developed aid a lot in establishing and growing the thinking and gaining overa ...

                                               

Surviving History

Surviving History was a series that aired on the History Channel. In the show, ancient weapons, devices, and execution methods are recreated and tested.

                                               

Outline of web design and web development

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to web design and web development, two very related fields: Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites. The diff ...

                                               

Dynamics

Analytical dynamics, the motion of bodies as induced by external forces Fluid dynamics or hydrodynamics, the study of fluid flow Brownian dynamics, the occurrence of Langevin dynamics in the motion of particles in solution Computational fluid dyn ...

                                               

Layout

Layout may refer to: Page layout, the arrangement of visual elements on a page Comprehensive layout comp, a proposed page layout presented by a designer to their client Layout or marking out, the transfer of a design onto a workpiece in manufactu ...

                                               

The Embroideress (magazine)

The Embroideress was a quarterly magazine published by the London-based embroidery thread manufacturer Pearsall and Company and the Old Bleach Linen Company of Ireland, starting in 1922 and continuing until 1939. Issues contained a variety of typ ...

                                               

Raija Jokinen

Jokinen studied textile design at the University of Art and Design Helsinki UIAH, former TaiK. She graduated with a masters degree in textile design in 1990. In her professional career Jokinen first used paper yarns and handmade paper for her art ...

                                               

Lesage

Lesage or LeSage may refer to: Maison Lesage aka Lesage et Cie., a couture embroidery atelier, headed firstly by Albert Lesage and secondly by his son, François Lesage. People François Lesage 1929–2011, French embroidery designer Odile Lesage bor ...

                                               

Else Unger

A member of the Wiener Werkstatte, Unger designed many decorative objects, including fabric, vases, furniture. Unger made a splash at the Exposition Universelle 1900 with a secretary desk carved with a hydrangea motif. This piece in particular br ...

                                               

Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR for Foreign Language Feature Film

The Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR for Foreign Language Feature Film is an annual award given by the Motion Picture Sound Editors. It honors sound editors whose work has war ...

                                               

Murder by Numbers (video game)

Murder by Numbers is a video game developed by Mediatonic and published by The Irregular Corporation. It was released on March 5, 2020 for Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows. The game is a hybrid of visual novels with nonogram-style logic puzz ...

                                               

David Crank

David Crank is an American production designer and art director. His production designer credits include Rian Johnsons Knives Out, plus art director credits on various films including Stephen Spielbergs Lincoln, There Will Be Blood, The Master, a ...

                                               

William Long

William Long died c.1426, MP for Rye Brock Long born 1975, full name William Brockmann Long, Administrator of the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency William Long Northern Ireland politician 1922–2008, Unionist politician in Northern Ireland ...

                                               

Willie Williams

Willie Williams offensive tackle born 1967, American football player Willie Williams baseball 1925–2011, American Negro league baseball player Willie Williams defensive tackle born 1984, former NFL defensive tackle Willie Williams athlete 1931–20 ...

                                               

Steve Adams

Steve Adams footballer, born 1959, English footballer Steve Adams footballer, born 1958, English footballer Steve Adams footballer, born 1980, English footballer

                                               

Shes Dressed to Kill

Shes Dressed to Kill is a 1979 American television slasher film directed by Gus Trikonis and starring Jessica Walter, John Rubinstein, Connie Sellecca, Jim McMullan, Clive Revill, and Gretchen Corbett. Its plot follows a fashion designer who hold ...

                                               

MMD

Mass median diameter, in particle-size distribution MultiMarkdown, a markup language MDIO Manageable Devices, target devices that are being managed by the Management Data Clock in Management Data Input/Output MDIO Multiple dispatch, a feature of ...

                                               

Ahn Sang-soo (typographic designer)

Ahn Sang-soo developed an interest in Hangul typography in the early 1980s. He invented many typefaces, including one named after himself. He graduated from the university of Hongik. After graduation, he became an advertising designer for LG Elec ...

                                               

Richard Kelly

Richard Kelly West Indian cricketer born 1984, West Indies cricketer Richard Kelly rugby union born 1987, Welsh rugby union player Richard Kelly rugby league born 1965, English rugby league player Richard Kelly American football, American footbal ...

                                               

Valerie Charlton

Valerie Charlton made props, models and special effects for movies in the 1970s and 1980s, especially those by the Monty Python troupe and Terry Gilliam. Her partner was Julian Doyle, who also worked on many of the same movies.

                                               

Goli

Goli may refer to: People Oliver Dahl-Goli 1897–1976, Norwegian politician for the Christian Democratic Party Goli Ameri born 1956, Iranian-American politician, diplomat and businesswoman from the U.S. state of Oregon Places Goli, Iran disambigua ...

                                               

Mohammad Yunus

Muhammad Yunus is a Bangladeshi economist and founder of the Grameen Bank, and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate. Mohammad Younus may refer to: Mohammad Younus cricketer, List A cricketer from Bangladesh Mohammad Yunus, professor of Economics at Rajsh ...

                                               

William Bradford

William or Bill Bradford may refer to: Bill Bradford 1921–2000, American baseball player William Bradford Academy, the former name of a secondary school in Leicestershire, England William Bradford cinematographer 1905–1959, American cinematograph ...

                                               

Stephen Bradley

Steve Bradley American football born 1963, American football quarterback Steve Bradley 1975–2008, wrestler Stephen Bradley equestrian born 1962, American international equestrian eventing rider Stephen Bradley footballer born 1984, Irish football ...

                                               

James Holmes

Jim Holmes 1882–1960, baseball pitcher Jimmy Holmes footballer, born 1908 1908–1971, English footballer Ducky Holmes James William Holmes, 1869–1932, baseball player Jimmy Holmes footballer, born 1953, Irish footballer James Holmes footballer 186 ...

                                               

Christopher Crowe

Christopher or Chris Crowe may refer to: Christopher Crowe screenwriter, screenwriter and television producer Christopher Crowe, one of several aliases used by Christian Gerhartsreiter born 1961, German imposter and convicted murderer; this name ...

                                               

John MacArthur

John MacArthur or McArthur may refer to: John McArthur Jr. 1823–1890, American architect John H. McArthur 1934–2019, Dean Emeritus, Harvard Business School John Stewart MacArthur died 1920, Scottish inventor of the MacArthur-Forrest process for g ...

                                               

David Morley

David Morley may refer to: David Morley swimmer born 1965, Bahamian swimmer David Morley musician born 1965, electronic musician David Morley barman 1967–2004, English barman and murder victim Dave Morley born 1977, English footballer David Morle ...

                                               

Blessing Akporode Clark

Blessing Akporode Clark CON is a former Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the United Nations at New York. He also served Nigeria as a diplomat in Europe, America, and Africa. He is a former member of the Presidential Advisory Council on Fore ...

                                               

Bruno Bergner

Bruno Bergner was a Polish-born West German commercial artist whose illustrations appeared on plates and stickers attached to thousands of cars, trucks and buses during the 1950s, 60s and 70s, and whose graphic artistry underpinned the corporate ...

                                               

UK Comic Art Award

The UK Comic Art Award was a British awards for achievement in comic books. Winners were selected by an open vote among British comic book professionals ; the awards were given out on an annual basis from 1990 to 1997 for comics published in the ...

                                               

American Cinema Editors Awards 2020

The 70th American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards was presented on January 17, 2020, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, honoring the best editors in films and television. The nominees were announced on December 11, 2019.

                                               

Golden Reel Award

Golden Reel Award may refer to: Golden Reel Award Canada, presented by the Genie Awards previously the Canadian Film Awards to high-grossing Canadian films Golden Reel Award Motion Picture Sound Editors, presented by the Motion Picture Sound Edit ...

                                               

Richard Passman

Richard Passman was an aeronautical engineer and space scientist from the United States. He worked on projects including the Corona, the first spy satellite. He was a volunteer in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and author.

                                               

Sabbatini (disambiguation)

Sabbatini is an Italian family name. Sabbatini or Sabatini may refer to: Innocenzo Sabbatini 1891-1983, Italian architect Rafael Sabatini 1875-1950, Italian/British author Leopoldo Sabbatini 1860-1914, first rector of Bocconi University at Milano ...

                                               

George Bryan (disambiguation)

George Bryan was a Pennsylvania businessman, statesman and politician of the Revolutionary era. George Bryan may also refer to: George H. Bryan 1864–1928, British mathematician and aerospace engineer George Seabrook Bryan 1809–1905, U.S. federal ...

                                               

Gossamer

Gossamer most commonly refers to: Fine spider silk used by spiderlings for ballooning or kiting Gossamer fabric, very light, sheer, gauze-like fabric Gossamer may also refer to:

                                               

Aristotle (disambiguation)

The modern Greek name is also anglicized Aristotelis ; the French form is Aristote: Aristotle of Cyrene 4th century BC, philosopher of the Cyrenaic school Aristotelia Peloni, Greek journalist and politician in the Cabinet of Kyriakos Mitsotakis A ...

                                               

Facades (album)

Facades is the third studio album by English rock band Sad Cafe, released in September 1979 by RCA Records. All of the songs were produced and engineered by Eric Stewart and recorded at Strawberry Studios South in Dorking, except for "Emptiness", ...

                                               

Harold Spence-Sales

Harold John Author Spence-Sales, was an English-born Canadian architect and urban planner. He is best known for creating the first university planning program in Canada at McGill University, and for playing an important role in shaping the urban ...

                                               

Douglas Bailey

Douglas Bailey, English political activist, unsuccessful in Newham London Borough Council election, 2010 Doug Bailey born 1962, mayor of Cypress, California Doug Bailey 1933–2013, American Republican political consultant and philanthropist

                                               

Body non piercing jewellery

Body non piercing jewellery, or body pierced-look/ clip-on/ temporary jewellery, is jewelry manufactured specifically for the look of piercings without any body modification. This type of jewelry attachs to the body without piercing the skin. The ...