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At Grace Cathedral

At Grace Cathedral is a live performance album by jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi, released in the U.S. in September 1965 on Fantasy Records. The performance was recorded live at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, California on May 21, 1965. At Grace ...

                                               

The Palms

The Palms National Park, a small national park located between Cooyar and Yarraman in Queensland, Australia The Palms, Queensland, a locality in the Gympie Region The Palms at Crown, a concert venue at the Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex i ...

                                               

Keii (song)

Keii is a song by Puerto Rican singer Anuel AA and was released in February 7, 2020. It will be included in his upcoming second studio album titled Emmanuel. The song debuted at number two in Spain and reached number 83 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

                                               

Boogie (disambiguation)

"Boogie Oogie Oogie", a song by the American band A Taste of Honey "Boogie", 2011 single by Mandy Rain "Boogie", a song by Brockhampton from Saturation III

                                               

Aconcagua (disambiguation)

Aconcagua may refer to: SS Aconcagua 1944 a C2 cargo ship, ex- Ocean Telegraph Aconcagua culture a Prehispanic culture of South America Aconcagua River, Chile Universidad del Aconcagua, university in Mendoza, Argentina SS Aconcagua 1872 British, ...

                                               

Field of glory

Field of Glory: Empires, 2019 video game Fields of Glory, 1993 computer game Field of Glory II, 2017 computer game Field of Glory: Napoleonic, 2012 miniature wargame Field of Glory, 2009 computer game Field of Glory, 3-part video game series by M ...

                                               

Patrician

Patrician may refer to: Patrician post-Roman Europe, the governing elites of cities in parts of medieval and Early Modern Europe A member of the Argentine Regiment of Patricians The Patrician video game, a series of historical trading simulation ...

                                               

UNL

UNL may refer to: Universidad Nacional del Litoral, a university in Santa Fe, Argentina University of North London, a university in North London, United Kingdom Universidade NOVA de Lisboa NOVA University of Lisbon, a university in Lisbon, Portug ...

                                               

Fascination

Fascination is an incantation. It is also the interest of an individual towards a specific field, work or any passion. Fascination may also refer to:

                                               

Elvira (disambiguation)

Elvira, an ancient city in Spain, now called Granada Elvira, an ancient administrative area/province in Visigothic and early Moorish times, now known as the Province of Granada Elvira, Illinois, United States, an unincorporated community 277 Elvi ...

                                               

Moria

Moria may refer to: Moria, a Byzantine term for the intervals of the 72 equal temperament music scale Moria, Limpopo, a town in South Africa Moria tree, a type of public olive tree in ancient Greece Moria video game, a 1983 roguelike computer gam ...

                                               

John Marston

John Marston may refer to: John Marston cricketer 1893–1938, Argentine-born English cricketer John Marston sailor 1795–1885, United States Navy officer John Marston businessman 1836–1918, English John Marston poet 1576–1634, English poet, playwri ...

                                               

Krunk

Krunk may refer to: KrunK, renamed Kottak, an American punk rock/pop punk group Krunk UAV, an Armenian unmanned aerial vehicle Krunk or Crunk, a subgenre of hip hop music Atlanta Krunk Wolverines or Charlotte Krunk, renamed Augusta Groove, an Ame ...

                                               

TIR

Tir, tir or TIR may refer to: Tir god, the ancient Armenian god of wisdom, written language, etc. The modern Persian name for the Zoroastrian god Tishtrya A woman thrall in Old Norse society Tir demon, one of the sons of Iblis Occasional spelling ...

                                               

Serenade (disambiguation)

Serenade 1956 film, an American film starring Mario Lanza, based on the novel of the same name by James M. Cain Serenade 1940 film, a French film starring Lilian Harvey Serenade 1937 film, a German film directed by Willi Forst Serenade 1927 film, ...

                                               

Imperium (disambiguation)

Imperium refers to a legal concept of authority in Roman antiquity Imperium may also refer to: Imperium Romanum, the Roman Empire during the Roman Empire, the authority of the Roman emperors Imperium Romanum Sacrum, the Holy Roman Empire the auth ...

                                               

Rust (disambiguation)

Soybean rust, a disease affecting soybeans Rust programming language, a systems programming language created by Graydon Hoare at Mozilla Research Rust color Rust fungus, disease caused by fungi of the order Pucciniales

                                               

Wilder

Wilder, Minnesota Wilder, Kentucky Wilder, Vermont Wilder, Idaho Wilder, Tennessee Wilder, California Wilder, Kansas

                                               

Super Mario (disambiguation)

Mario, the star character of Nintendos Mario series Mario franchise, the franchise to which the Super Mario series belongs Super Mario Bros., the first game of the video game series released in 1985 for the NES platform

                                               

Guerrilla (disambiguation)

Guerrilla filmmaking, a form of independent filmmaking characterized by low budgets Guerrilla 1985 film, a 1985 Indian Malayalam film The Guerrilla, a 1908 silent film directed by D. W. Griffith The Guerrilla 1973 film, a 1973 French-Spanish film ...

                                               

Operation Thunderbolt

Operation Thunderbolt may refer to: Operation Donnerkeil or Operation Thunderbolt, a World War II air-support campaign Operation Thunderbolt 1951, an offensive operation during the Korean War Operation Entebbe or Operation Thunderbolt, a hostage ...

                                               

SEU

SEU or Seu may refer to: Shoot em up, a video game subgenre Southeastern University Florida, a private, non-profit university in USA Southeastern University Washington, D.C., formerly a private, non-profit university Social Exclusion Unit, a Brit ...

                                               

JSR

Journal for the Study of Religion The Journal of Sex Research Jonathans Space Report, an online newsletter Journal of Sedimentary Research Journal of Synchrotron Radiation Joint spectral radius, in mathematics

                                               

Legacy of Blood (disambiguation)

Legacy of Blood is a 2004 album by Jedi Mind Tricks. Legacy of Blood may also refer to: Legacy of Blood module, a 1987 accessory for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game Bangladesh: A Legacy of Blood, a 1986 book by Anthony Mascarenhas Legacy ...

                                               

DPL

Denver Public Library, located in Colorado, USA DPL Inc., a public utility in west central Ohio, USA Dipolog Airport, located in the Philippines Delhi Public Library, Located in Delhi, India Dunedin Public Libraries, located in New Zealand Detroi ...

                                               

BLR

BLR may refer to: Bala Lake Railway, a heritage railway operating in North Wales. Blacklight: Retribution, a free first-person shooter game Browning BLR, a hunting rifle Breech-loading rifle, a rifle loaded to the rear of the trigger Bad Lip Read ...

                                               

Technopolis

Technopolis or variants may refer to: Technopolis comics, a comic book series created and illustrated by Adrien Van Viersen Technopolis Gazi, a City of Athens enterprise to protect the Gazi Industrial Park in Greece Technopolis Belgium, a Flemish ...

                                               

FZ

F-Zero, a futuristic racing video game by Nintendo Forzando, in music, forcingly, with strong emphasis, like an accent Fold Zandura, an American alternative rock band Frank Zappa, an American composer, musician, and film director

                                               

Plumber (disambiguation)

A plumber is a tradesperson who specialises in installing and maintaining systems used for potable water, sewage, drainage, or industrial process plant piping. Plumber may also refer to: The Plumber 1979 film, a 1979 Australian film Plumber progr ...

                                               

BRB

BRB may refer to: Barbados, ISO country code BRB, country in the Caribbean Sea Benefits Review Board, a part of the United States Department of Labor Bibliotheque royale de Belgique, the Royal Library of Belgium The Beatles: Rock Band, 2009 music ...

                                               

Under Siege (disambiguation)

Under Siege is a 1992 action film starring Steven Seagal. Under Siege may also refer to: Under Siege 2: Dark Territory, the 1995 sequel to the Steven Seagal film Under Siege Under Siege novel, a 1990 novel by Stephen Coonts "Under Siege Regnum Ir ...

                                               

Telejogo II

The Telejogo II is a dedicated first-generation home video game console that was manufactured by Philco and Ford and released in 1979 in Brazil as the successor to the 1977 video game console Telejogo. In contrast to the predecessor, the paddles ...

                                               

Dirt 5

Dirt 5 is an upcoming racing video game developed and published by Codemasters. It is the fourteenth game in the Colin McRae Rally series and the eighth game to carry the Dirt title. The game is scheduled to be released for Microsoft Windows, Pla ...

                                               

Apocalypse (disambiguation)

Apocalypse Drayton Manor, a high freefall tower ride located at Drayton Manor Theme Park Apocalypse Six Flags America, a steel stand-up roller coaster at Six Flags America Apocalypse: The Ride, a wooden roller coaster located at Six Flags Magic M ...

                                               

Peesh ili luzhesh

Peesh ili luzhesh is a television mystery music game show that broadcasts on Nova TV. It is the Bulgarian version of I Can See Your Voice.

                                               

Last Hope

Last Hope may refer to: "Last Hope", a song Paramore album "The Last Hope", the twenty-sixth episode of Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu Last Hope manga Last Hope video game ultima Esperanza Province, Last Hope Province Jūshinki Pandora, a Japa ...

                                               

KH

.kh, the Internet country code top-level domain for Cambodia Cambodia, a sovereign state with ISO 3166-2 alpha code KH Kutna Hora District, Czech Republic vehicle plate code Evrytania, Greece vehicle plate code Borehamwood, Great Britain vehicle ...

                                               

Lev

Local exhaust ventilation, the process of "changing" or replacing air to improve indoor air quality Longevity escape velocity, a hypothetical situation wherein the average human lifespan grows faster than time passes Light electric vehicle, an el ...

                                               

Peesh ili luzhesh (season 1)

The inaugural first season of Peesh ili luzhesh is a television mystery music game show that broadcasts on Nova TV. It is the Bulgarian version of I Can See Your Voice.

                                               

Sneaker

Sneaker may refer to: Sneaker comic, a character in the UK comic, The Dandy Sneaker band, an American rock band The Sneaker, a Japanese light novel magazine Sneaker computer security, a computer intruder or hacker Sneaker album, album by the Amer ...

                                               

Trem

Trace rare-earth element Trem da Alegria, children musical band in Brazil Trem das Onze, classical samba composition by Brazilian singer Adoniran Barbosa TREM2,Triggering receptor expressed on myeloid cells 2, a human gene TREM1, Triggering recep ...

                                               

The Ring

The Ring magazine, a boxing periodical The Ring, a 1964 childrens book by John Updike The Ring, a 1980 novel by Danielle Steel, which formed the basis for the 1996 film "The Ring" poem, a poem by Heinrich Wittenwiler The Ring, a 1988 book by Dani ...

                                               

Almas

Almas, Ardabil, village in Iran Almas, the Hungarian name for Merisor village, Sita Buzaului Commune, Covasna County, Romania Almas, East Azerbaijan, village in Iran Almas, a former village in Backa, Serbia Almas, a Hungarian name for Merești Com ...

                                               

Sopot (disambiguation)

Sopot, Plovdiv Province, a town and seat of the Sopot Municipality Sopot, Lovech Province, a village in the Ugarchin Municipality Sopot Municipality, a municipality in Plovdiv Province

                                               

DMO

DMO may refer to: Domodedovo Airlines, a former airline, headquartered at Domodedovo International Airport in Moscow DirectX Media Objects, a multimedia software API from Microsoft Defence Materiel Organisation, a former agency of the government ...

                                               

BVG

BVG may refer to: Acronyms Bayview Glen School BVG, a private school in Toronto Bundesverfassungsgericht BVG or BVerfG, Federal Court of Justice of Germany BVG, a group to which English singer Sian Charlesworth briefly belonged Berliner Verkehrsb ...

                                               

Bung (disambiguation)

A bung is an apparatus used to seal a container. It may also refer to: Places Bung, Nepal, a Village Development Committee in Nepal Bung Bong, Victoria, in Australia People Bung Tomo 1920-1981, an Indonesian military leader Other Bung Enterprises ...

                                               

Secret Service

Secret Service may refer to: United States Secret Service, a federal law enforcement agency tasked with investigative and protective responsibilities South African Secret Service, an intelligence agency Secret service, various kinds of police or ...

                                               

Hidden Agenda

Hidden Agenda 2017 video game, a thriller video game developed by Supermassive Games for the Playstation 4 Hidden Agenda 1988 video game, a 1988 text-based game

                                               

Battle zone

BZFlag aka Battle Zone: Capture The Flag, an interactive computer game in which tanks play capture the flag Battle Zone, the active playing area of Duel Masters Trading Card Game