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Wildside

"Wildside", a song by Sabrina Carpenter and Sofia Carson "Wild Side", a song by La Toya Jackson from No Relations, promotional single in the Philippines "Wild Side" Motley Crue song "Wildside" Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch song "Wild Side", a so ...

                                               

Clavis

Clavis may refer to: Clavis aurea, a Latin phrase meaning "golden key" Clavis Patrum Graecorum, a series of volumes which aims to contain a list of all the Fathers of the Church who wrote in Greek from the 1st to the 8th centuries O Clavis David, ...

                                               

Ruusbroec Institute

The Ruusbroec Institute is an institution for the study of the history of religious culture, spirituality and mysticism in the Low Countries. It is named after the 14th-century Flemish mystical author John of Ruusbroec.

                                               

Haunted

Haunted The Hardy Boys, a 2008 novel featuring The Hardy Boys in the Undercover Brothers series Haunted, a 1990 novel in the Fear Street series by R.L. Stine Haunted Angel novel, a 2002 novel based on the television series Angel Haunted Cabot nov ...

                                               

Sleepwalker

The Sleepwalkers Broch novel, 1932 novel or novel trilogy by Hermann Broch Sleepwalk, 1991 novel by John Saul The Sleepwalker Fear Street, 1990 novel by R. L. Stine The Sleepwalker novel, 2008 novel by Robert Muchamore The Sleepwalkers: How Europ ...

                                               

Shane

Shane actress born 1969, American pornographic actress Shane name, a masculine given name and a surname, including a list of people and fictional characters with this name

                                               

The Resistance

The Resistance may refer to a resistance movement. It may also refer to: The Resistance Malley novel, a childrens novel by Gemma Malley, published in 2008 The Resistance album, an album by British rock band Muse The Resistance Swedish band, a Swe ...

                                               

Talisman (disambiguation)

Talisman, the edited re-release title of the 1987 Italian film Cross of the Seven Jewels

                                               

Storyteller

Storyteller, story teller, or story-teller may refer to: Storytelling, the conveying of events in words, images and sounds, often by improvisation or embellishment Oral storytelling, traditional relation of history and culture Narrator, a storyte ...

                                               

Flip

Flip Records 1950s, a rhythm and blues and doo-wop label based in Los Angeles Flip album, a 1985 solo album by Nils Lofgren Flips, a short name of The Flaming Lips, an American rock band formed in 1983 The Flip album, a 1969 album by jazz saxopho ...

                                               

Groundwork

Groundworks, official artbook for the Japanese animation series FLCL The Groundwork Theory, album by Christian rap artist Verbs GroundWork Records, a record label co-founded by Jennifer Korbee GroundWorks – South African hip-hop group

                                               

Rudnik

Rudnik pri Radomljah, a village near Kamnik, Slovenia Rudnik, Ljubljana, a former village, now part of Ljubljana, Slovenia Rudnik pri Moravcah, a village near Moravce, Slovenia Rudnik District, a district of Ljubljana, Slovenia

                                               

Tyler Clark Burke

Tyler Clark Burke is a Canadian artist, illustrator, designer, and writer based in Toronto, Ontario. She is the co-founder of Canadian independent record label Three Gut Records. She has written and illustrated two childrens books.

                                               

Tic Living with Tourette Syndrome

Tic Talk: Living with Tourette Syndrome is a book written by Dylan Peters, a 9-year-old boy with Tourette syndrome. In this personal narrative, Peters gives a timeline of events from his TS diagnosis to when he tells his friends and classmates he ...

                                               

Unstoppable

Unstoppable. Sean Scully & The Art of Everything, a 2019 British television documentary film UFC 64: Unstoppable, a 2006 mixed martial arts pay-per-view event Unstoppable 2018 film, a South Korean film directed by Kim Min-ho Unstoppable 2010 film ...

                                               

Dirt (disambiguation)

Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations, a non-fiction book by David R. Montgomery Dirt novel, the second novel in the Stone Barrington series by Stuart Woods The Dirt, 2001 autobiography of American hard rock band Motley Crue Dirt magazine, an Americ ...

                                               

Harms Way

Harms Way 2007, a thriller film starring Kathleen Quinlan In Harms Way 2017 film, a Chinese war drama also known as The Chinese Widow In Harms Way 1965, a film based on the Bassetts novel

                                               

Nebula (disambiguation)

Nebula Awards China, awarded yearly for Chinese-language works of science fiction published in any country Nebula Award, a Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America SFWA award recognizing the best works of science fiction or fantasy publishe ...

                                               

維新

Hundred Days Reform 百日維新, reform effort in Qing dynasty China Nippon Ishin no Kai, Japan Innovation Party 日本維新の会 is a Japanese right-wing nationalist political party October Restoration or October Restoration was an October 1972 South K ...

                                               

Abdul Masih

Abdul Masih or Abdelmassih is a male given name or surname used by Arabic-speaking Christians. It may refer to: Abd al-Masih ibn Ishaq al-Kindi, author of the medieval dialogue Apology of al-Kindy Abdel Messih El-Makari 1892–1963, Egyptian Coptic ...

                                               

Tres

Tres may refer to: Tres album, a 1999 album by Fiel la Vega "Tres", a song by Libido from their album Hembra MTV Tres, an American cable network which targets programming towards young Hispanic-Americans Tea Research and Extension Station, Taiwan ...

                                               

Cow (disambiguation)

Copy-on-write, in computing Cold work, in metallurgy AT2018cow, a large astronomical explosion detected on 16 June 2018, also known as The Cow Cell on wheels, a means of providing temporary mobile phone network coverage Cow, an adult female of se ...

                                               

Mulberry (disambiguation)

Mulberry is the common name of several trees in the genus Morus. See the list of plants known as mulberry for plants with similar names. Mulberry may also refer to:

                                               

Lyran illuminating mortar

The Lyran illuminating mortar is a 71mm mortar designed by Bofors Weapon Systems primarily for armoured vehicles to fire flares to illuminate battlefields and targets. It can also be used as an infantry weapon and in marine applications.

                                               

Feather (disambiguation)

The Feather award, an award within the Dutch music industry Feathers aka Turquoise, a folk music/mime trio formed by David Bowie in late 1968 feather album, a 2003 album by Misako Odani The Featherz, a Welsh/English alternative rock band Feathers ...

                                               

Mei (poem)

Mei is a poem written by the Dutch poet Herman Gorter and published in 1889. It established Gorters reputation as a poet and one of the foremost writers of the Tachtigers movement. It is one of the most famous poems in the Dutch language. It has ...

                                               

Carl Salemann

Carl Hermann Salemann was a Russian Iranist scholar. He was an academician of Saint Petersburg Academy of Sciences and a director of Asiatic Museum of the Academy of Sciences.

                                               

Simian (disambiguation)

Șimian, Bihor, a commune in Bihor County, Romania Șimian, Mehedinți, a commune in Mehedinti County, Romania Șimian island, an island on the Danube, in Romania Simian Mountain, in Jiangjin, Chongqing

                                               

Dream House

Dream House 2011 film, an American psychological thriller film Dream House HGTV, a show on HGTV which follows a family or individuals quest for a dream home Dream House game show, an American television show whose grand prize was a new house Drea ...

                                               

David M. Parsons

David Mercier Parsons was born in Villa Rica, Georgia, and is an American author, poet, and educator. Raised in Austin, Texas, he was named by the Texas State Legislature in 2011 to a one-year term as Poet Laureate of Texas, commemorated by the p ...

                                               

Laud Troy Book

The Laud Troy Book is an anonymous Middle English poem dealing with the background and events of the Trojan War. Dating from around 1400 and consisting of 18.664 lines of rhyming tetrameter couplets, the untitled poem has been given a name reflec ...

                                               

DIT

dit unit, a contraction for "decimal digit", also known as a "ban" or "hartley", a unit of information or entropy "." ; the shorter of the two symbols used in Morse code Directory information tree Doctor of Information Technology, a research-orie ...

                                               

Constantinople (Amicis book)

Constantinople is a non-fiction travelogue book by Edmondo de Amicis published in 1877 regarding Constantinople in the Ottoman Empire, now Istanbul. Alberto Brambilla of Sorbonne University wrote that the publication of the book and its reception ...

                                               

Poetry (disambiguation)

Poetry is a form of literature. Poetry may also refer to: "Poetry", a song by Tamia from her 2004 album More Poetry magazine, a journal published in Chicago "Poetry", a song by Danity Kane from their 2008 album platinum-selling album Welcome to t ...

                                               

Iveria

Iveria may refer to: Places Kingdom of Iberia, sometimes referred to as Caucasian Iberia, a Greek, Roman, and Byzantine name for ancient and medieval Georgia Iveria, an archaic name for Georgia used in Georgian ecclesiastic writings and poetry Ra ...

                                               

Kathleen

Mary Kathleen, Queensland, former mining settlement in Australia Kathleen, Georgia, United States Kathleen Island, Tasmania, Australia Kathleen High School Lakeland, Florida, United States Kathleen, Western Australia, Western Australia Kathleen L ...

                                               

St. Johannis, Schalkau

St. Johannis or Johanniskirche is a Lutheran church and parish, dedicated to John the Baptist, in Schalkau, Thuringia, Germany. The listed monument is a landmark of the town.

                                               

Mainzer Kammerorchester

The Mainzer Kammerorchester is a chamber orchestra based in Mainz, the capital of the German state Rhineland-Palatinate. It was founded in 1955 by Gunter Kehr. Its members are mostly professional orchestra players, and some instrumental students. ...

                                               

Sino-Japanese

Sino-Japanese is often used to mean: Kanbun: A Japanese method of reading annotated Classical Chinese in translation; writing with literary Chinese for Japanese readers. Sino-Japanese vocabulary: That portion of the Japanese vocabulary that is of ...

                                               

Philomel

"Philomel Cottage", a successful short story written by Agatha Christie, part of The Listerdale Mystery collection, subject of a number of adaptions Philomel musical instrument, similar to the violin Philomel Books An American publishing imprint ...

                                               

The Library

The Library may refer to: Bibliotheca Pseudo-Apollodorus, a collection of Greek mythology and legends Library of Alexandria, a library that existed in antiquity The Library, a World Fantasy Award-winning 2002 novella by Zoran Zivkovic The Library ...

                                               

Gadfly

The Gadfly play, an 1898 play by George Bernard Shaw The Gadfly Suite, a musical suite by Dmitri Shostakovich for the 1955 film The Gadfly 1928 film, a Soviet film by Kote Marjanishvili The Gadfly, an 1897 novel by Ethel Lilian Voynich The Gadfly ...

                                               

Merey

Victor Merey, Arab-Israeli football player Edna Merey-Apinda born 1976, Gabonese writer Merey Akshalov born 1989, Kazakhstani boxer Jane Merey 1872–?, Belgian opera singer Kajetan von Merey 1861–1931, Austro-Hungarian diplomat Mihaly Merey 1500–1 ...

                                               

Thug

Thug, a member of the former Indian cult Thuggee Thug, a common criminal, who treats others violently and roughly, often for hire Thug Behram ca 1765–1840, leader of the Thuggee cult

                                               

White Lies

"White Lies", a song by Man Overboard from Heart Attack "White Lies" Mr Hudson song, 2009 "White Lies" Jason & the Scorchers song "White Lies", a song by the Saturdays from On Your Radar White Lies Deine Lakaien album, 2002 "White Lies" Paul van ...

                                               

Decolonization in Latinx culture

Decolonization in Latinx culture refers to contemporary treatment of and work with past colonialist and imperialist influences on Latin American society in the US.

                                               

Kate Purdy

Kate Purdy is a writer and producer of television series. She grew up in San Antonio in Texas, the United States. She is known for her work as a writer on the Netflix adult animated comedy series BoJack Horseman, which she also produces. She rece ...

                                               

List of Iranian football transfers winter 2019–20

This is a list of Iranian football transfers for the 2019–20 winter transfer window. Only transfers involving a team from the professional divisions are listed, including the 16 teams in the 2019–20 Persian Gulf Pro League and the 18 teams playin ...

                                               

Mahyar

Mahyar is an androgynous Persian name that can mean one of several things: In recent times, Mahyar is broken down to "mah" referring to the Moon, and "yar" meaning friend; which translates directly to Moons Friend. In Persian poetry and writing, ...

                                               

Made in America

Made in America 1993 film, a 1993 American comedy film starring Whoopi Goldberg and Ted Danson Made in America 2013 film, a 2013 American documentary film directed by Ron Howard