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Riot Girls

Set in the town of Potters Bluff, where a mysterious virus has killed all the adults and left society entirely in the hands of rival teen gangs, the film stars Madison Iseman and Paloma Kwiatkowski as Nat and Scratch, a lesbian couple who must go ...

                                               

Petralex

Petralex is a hearing aid application for smartphones and tablets that implements a digital hearing aid with a built-in situ-audiometry procedure. This application takes into account the ambient sound environment and independently adjusts to the ...

                                               

Cormac McCarthy bibliography

Cormac McCarthy is an American novelist, playwright, and screenwriter. McCarthy has written ten novels, spanning the Southern Gothic, Western, and post-apocalyptic genres, as well as multiple short-stories, screenplays, plays, and an essay.

                                               

Sundown

Sundown Township, Redwood County, Minnesota Sundown, Texas, a city Sundown, Missouri, an unincorporated community Sundown, New York, a hamlet

                                               

INS Jarawa Band

The INS Jarawa Band is a band in the Indian Navy that is currently attached to the INS Jarawa based in Port Blair. The band was created in 1985 and has been a key componsent of military-civil relations in the city. It performed at various venues ...

                                               

2020 AMA Supercross Championship

The 2020 AMA Supercross Championship is an American motorcycle racing championship that started January 4, 2020, and will end at a time later to be determined. Ten of the 17 rounds had been completed when the season was suspended on March 12, 202 ...

                                               

Speedwell

Speedwell in the vicinity of Hivesville, Queensland

                                               

Troy Stakes

The Troy Stakes is a Grade III American Thoroughbred horse race for horses aged three years old and older over the distance of ​ 5 1 ⁄ 2 furlongs on the turf scheduled annually in August at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, New York. The ...

                                               

Toiler

Toiler, a commercial vessel built by British shipbuilder Swan Hunter, completed or launched in 1910 USS Toiler ARS-47, a US Navy rescue and salvage ship that was cancelled Empire Toiler, an Empire ship transferred to Belgium in 1943

                                               

The Wave

The Wave Paul Gauguin, an 1888 painting The Wave, an 1896 painting by William-Adolphe Bouguereau The Wave Courbet, several paintings between 1869 and 1870 The Great Wave off Kanagawa, or The Wave, a 19th-century Japanese woodblock print by Hokusai

                                               

James Haley

James Haley may refer to: James A. Haley 1899–1981, U.S. Representative from Florida J. Evetts Haley 1901–1995, American political activist, historian and author James Haley baseball?-?, 19th century baseball player James Haley pentathlete born 1 ...

                                               

Samuel Miller

Samuel Miller may refer to: Sammy Miller rugby league, English rugby league fdotballer who played in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s Sammy Miller born 1933, motorcycle racer from Northern Ireland Samuel Miller saw, inventor of the circular saw in 1777 ...

                                               

The Six

The Six songwriting collective, a songwriting collective from Manchester, United Kingdom Les Six, a group of six French composers working in Montparnasse in the early 20th century

                                               

Robert Irving

Robert Irving may refer to: Robert Grant Irving, American architectural historian Robert Irving industrialist, 20th- and 21st-century Canadian industrialist Bob Irving sportscaster born 1950, Canadian football sportscaster Bob Irving rugby league ...

                                               

Fox Entertainment

Fox Entertainment is an American television-production studio owned by Fox Corporation. The company was formed in 2019 after The Walt Disney Companys acquisition of 21st Century Fox; all programming is created for the Fox Broadcasting Company.

                                               

Royal Yacht Club of Victoria

The Royal Yacht Club of Victoria is Australias oldest yacht club. It is based in the Melbourne suburb of Williamstown, not far from where the Yarra River flows into Port Phillip Bay.

                                               

Senator Anderson

Senator Anderson United States Senators Wendell R. Anderson 1933–2016, U.S. Senator from Minnesota from 1976 to 1978, also in the Minnesota State Senate Alexander O. Anderson 1794–1869, U.S. Senator from Tennessee from 1840 to 1841, later served ...

                                               

Lakes International Cup

The Lakes International Cup was a mens team golf competition between teams of professional golfers from Australia and the United States. It was played four times between 1934 and 1954. The United States won the first three matches with Australia ...

                                               

Continental Club Rugby League

The Continental Club Rugby League is an annual European rugby union competition organised by the Russian Rugby Federation. It is the third-tier competition for European clubs behind the European Rugby Challenge Cup and the European Rugby Champion ...

                                               

Frank Martin

Frank Martin may refer to: Frank Martin ER character, fictional character on ER Frank Martin composer 1890–1974, Swiss classical composer Frank Martin equestrian 1885–1962, Swedish horse rider Frank Martin baseball 1878–1942, baseball player Fran ...

                                               

Thomas Woods (disambiguation)

Thomas Woods is an American historian and author. Thomas Woods, Tom Woods or Tommy Woods may also refer to: Thomas Woods Irish diplomat 1923–1961, Irish writer and politician Tom Woods athlete born 1953, American high jumper Tom Woods American fo ...

                                               

James Moffat

James Moffat or Moffatt may refer to: James Moffat mathematician born 1948, Professor of Physics, University of Aberdeen James Moffat author 1922–1993, author who wrote under several pen names James Moffatt 1870–1944, Scottish theologian James Mo ...

                                               

Henry Bradshaw

Henry Bradshaw may refer to: Henry Bradshaw poet c. 1450–1513, English poet Harry Bradshaw rugby 1868–1910, rugby union and rugby league footballer who played in the 1890s Harry Bradshaw football manager c. 1854–1924, English football manager Har ...

                                               

Peter OBrien

Pete OBrien 1900s second baseman 1877–1917, MLB second baseman, 1901–1907 Pete OBrien first baseman born 1958, MLB first baseman, 1982–1993 Peter OBrien outfielder born 1990, MLB outfielder, 2015–present Pete OBrien 1890s second baseman 1867–1937 ...

                                               

Harry Wilson

Harry Wilson American football 1902–1990, member of the College Football Hall of Fame who played for Penn State and Army Harry Wilson Northamptonshire cricketer 1897–1960 Harry Wilson American football coach, American football coach Harry Wilson ...

                                               

Richard Goddard

Richard Goddard died 1596, MP for Southampton Richard Goddard died 1732, MP for Wootton Bassett and Wiltshire Richard Goddard died 1666, MP for Winchester

                                               

Joe Ferguson (disambiguation)

Joe Ferguson is a former American football quarterback in the NFL. Joe Ferguson may also refer to: Joe Ferguson rugby league, rugby league footballer who played in the 1890s, 1900s, 1910s and 1920s Joe Ferguson radio presenter, Northern Irish rad ...

                                               

William Bowen

William Bowen may refer to: William Bowen rugby player 1862–1925, rugby union footballer of the 1880s, and 1890s for Wales, and Swansea William Miller Bowen 1860s–1937, civic leader in Los Angeles, California William Bowen British Army officer 18 ...

                                               

James Sullivan

Jim Sullivan writer born 1978, English comedy writer Jim Sullivan singer-songwriter 1940–1975?, American singer-songwriter who disappeared in New Mexico Jim Sullivan, sculptor of the Babe Ruth Home Run Award Big Jim Sullivan 1941–2012, English gu ...

                                               

Thomas Fletcher

Thomas Fletcher American politician, born 1817, Acting Governor of Arkansas, 1862 Thomas Clement Fletcher 1827–1899, 18th Governor of Missouri Thomas B. Fletcher 1879–1945, U.S. Representative from Ohio Thomas Fletcher Canadian politician 1852–?, ...

                                               

Thomas Turner

Thomas G. Turner 1810–1875, Governor of Rhode Island Thomas Turner mayor of Georgetown, in modern Washington DC 1795-96. Thomas J. Turner 1815–1874, U.S. Representative from Illinois Thomas Frewen Turner, British Member of Parliament for South Le ...

                                               

Beverley to Perth Cycle Race

The Beverley to Perth Cycle Race is a road bicycle race conducted between Beverley and Perth in Western Australia. In early years it had also been known as Armstrongs Road Race, The Dunlop Beverley To Perth and the Rover Road Race. It was run in ...

                                               

David Rees

David Rees cartoonist born 1972, American cartoonist and television host David Rees author 1936–1993, British childrens author Dave Rees born 1969, American drummer for SNFU and Wheat Chiefs

                                               

Frank Williams

Frank Williams English rugby league born c. 1910, English rugby league footballer of the 1930s for England and Warrington Frank Williams Australian footballer, born 1914 1914–2005, former Australian rules footballer for Carlton and Melbourne Fran ...

                                               

Jack Riley

Jack Riley may refer to: Jack Riley rugby league, English professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1900s Jack Riley actor 1935–2016, American comedic character actor Jack Riley ice hockey, born 1910 1910–1993, former National Hockey ...

                                               

Bill Ward

Bill Ward may refer to: Bill Ward musician born 1948, drummer for Black Sabbath Bill Ward cartoonist 1919–1998, "good girl art" cartoonist Bill Ward American football 1921–1992, offensive guard in American football in the National Football League ...

                                               

James Love

James Love Kentucky politician 1795–1874, U.S. Representative from Kentucky Jimmy L. Love Sr., American politician, member of the North Carolina General Assembly

                                               

Robert Patterson (disambiguation)

Robert Patterson was an American Civil War general, politician, and businessman. Robert Patterson may also refer to: Robert Chandler Patterson born 1959, baseball pitcher Robert Patterson sport shooter 1875–?, South African Olympic sport shooter ...

                                               

William Burgess

William Burgess may refer to: William Oakley Burgess died 1844, engraver William Starling Burgess 1878–1947, American yacht designer, aviation pioneer, and naval architect Bill Burgess rugby, born 1939, English rugby union, and rugby league footb ...

                                               

Motorcycle chariot racing

Motorcycle chariot racing is a motor sport that combines motorcycle racing and chariot racing. The sport was extant in the 1920s and 1930s, having been inspired by the 1925 film Ben-Hur. It went largely although not entirely extinct after that, a ...

                                               

Typhoon (disambiguation)

Typhoon Weapon System an Israeli stabilizer for cannon Typhoon-class submarine in the Soviet and Russian navies Taifun rocket, German World War II unguided anti-aircraft rocket system Hawker Typhoon, a British World War II aircraft RMAS Typhoon A ...

                                               

Irish League

Irish Elite League, in rugby league Irish League representative team League of Ireland, the national association football league of the Republic of Ireland Former name of the Northern Ireland Football League, the national association football lea ...

                                               

A5

Noradrenergic cell group A5, a noradrenergic cell group located in the Pons Annexin A5, a human cellular protein A5, the strain at fracture of a material as measured with a load test on a cylindrical body of length 5 times its diameter Subfamily ...

                                               

John Severson

John Severson was an American editor, author, filmmaker and artist, widely known as the founder of Surfer magazine, which focused on surfing and surf culture. Severson also created a diverse body of artwork dedicated to the sport. Severson pronou ...

                                               

Showdown

Showdown: The Inside Story of How Obama Fought Back Against Boehner, Cantor, and the Tea Party, a 2012 book by David Corn Showdown Flynn novel, a 1946 novel by Errol Flynn Showdown Dekker novel, a 2006 novel by Ted Dekker Showdown Amado novel, a ...

                                               

John Chandler (disambiguation)

John Chandler is an American politician and soldier from Maine. John Chandler is also the name of: John H. Chandler 1909–1987, English botanist John Beals Chandler 1887–1962, former Lord Mayor of Brisbane 1940–1952 and Member of Queensland Parlia ...

                                               

Ronald Brown

Ron Brown 1941–1996, United States Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown Scottish politician 1940–2007, former Member of Parliament for Leith Ron Brown Australian politician 1915–1992, Tasmanian politician Ronald Brown English politician 1921–2002, Bri ...

                                               

U.S. Open (table tennis)

The annual U.S. Open is the oldest currently running table tennis tournament in the United States. It attracts over 600 athletes annually. The first events were actually run by either the New York Table Tennis Club or the American Ping Pong Assoc ...

                                               

Michael Harrison

Michael, Mike or Mick Harrison may refer to: Mike Harrison musician 1945–2018, English musician, singer with Spooky Tooth Michael Harrison musician, American composer, pianist and creator of the" harmonic piano,” an extensively modified seven-foo ...

                                               

Raymond Price

Raymond or Ray Price may refer to: Ray Price speechwriter 1930–2019, U.S. President Richard M. Nixons chief speechwriter from 1969 to 1974 Ray Price cricketer born 1976, Zimbabwean cricketer Ray Price rugby born 1953, Australian rugby union and r ...