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SS Lamoriciere

SS Lamoriciere was a French passenger liner operated by the Compagnie Generale Transatlantique. It was named after the French General Christophe Leon Louis Juchault de Lamoriciere. The ship had been built in the Newcastle yards of Swan Hunter in ...

                                               

In the Magic Mirror

In the Magic Mirror is an abstract oil painting produced in 1934 by the Swiss-based German artist Paul Klee. It is now in the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. It features a blank face on which a vertical line snakes from top to bottom, ...

                                               

HSF Kydon Palace

Kydon Palace is a Ro-Pax high speed ferry, built in 2001 at the Sestri Ponente shipyards by Fincantieri and owned by Minoan Lines. It can accommodate up to 2.500 passengers and 700 cars, and has 758 beds plus 742 airseats for passengers. The vess ...

                                               

Alfred E. Ronaldson (fireboat)

The Alfred E. Ronaldson was a fireboat operated briefly by the Fire Department of New York City in 1994. The boat was named after a firefighter who lost his life in the line of duty. The Alfred E. Ronaldson, and her sister ship, the John P. Devan ...

                                               

Bartolomeo Signorini

Bartolomeo Signorini was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque, active in mainly in Verona. He was born and trained in Verona under Santo Prunati and later Giambettino Cignaroli. In a review of Veronese painters, he is described as: as a man of ...

                                               

Soukoutei-class armored boat

The Soukoutei-class or AB-tei-class was a type of armored gunboat used by the Imperial Japanese Army from 1928 to 1945 in the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II. It was constructed of a metal hull and powered by a diesel engine. It was des ...

                                               

Maquinita Granodiorite

The Maquinita Granodiorite is a Precambrian pluton that crops out in the northern Tusas Mountains of New Mexico. It has a radiometric age of 1.755 billion years, corresponding to the Statherian period.

                                               

Sealer

Sealer may refer either to a person or ship engaged in seal hunting, or to a sealant; associated terms include: Seal hunting Sealers: One Last Hunt, Norwegian documentary from 2016 Sealers Oven, bread oven of mud and stone built by sealers around ...

                                               

Calliope Beach

Calliope Beach is the ice-free 2.9 km long beach on the north side of President Head, Snow Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. It is part of the south coast of Morton Strait, situated east of Karposh Point and north of Oeagrus Beach ...

                                               

Mastic

Mastic, high-grade construction adhesive commonly used to bond ceiling, wall, and floor tiles, plywood panels, concrete, asphalt, leather and fabric. Mastic plant resin Mastic asphalt, or asphalt, is a sticky, black and highly viscous liquid Mast ...

                                               

1865 Pennsylvania State Equal Rights League Convention

This was the first meeting of the Pennsylvania State Equal Rights League, which was a civil rights organization formed to promote equal rights for African American citizens of the state. The Pennsylvania State Equal Rights League was part of a na ...

                                               

Oga

Other Government Agency, an oft-used euphemism by non-military government offices when referring to military offices, or by military offices when referring to the CIA and FBI when operating overseas. Oil and Gas Authority, regulator of oil and ga ...

                                               

Trophy (disambiguation)

A trophy is an award of mostly symbolic value, earned by the winner of a competition. Trophy or trophies may also refer to: Tropaion or tropaeum, ancient Roman victory monument or trophy Trophy wife, a term commonly used to describe any wife who ...

                                               

Charmer

The Charmer 1931 film, Italian comedy film directed by Guido Brignone The Charmer 1925 film, lost silent Pola Negri film The Charmer 1917 film, American silent film The Charmer TV series, 1987 British television serial "The Charmers" The Avengers ...

                                               

Turbulence (disambiguation)

Wake turbulence, forms behind an aircraft as it passes through the air Clear-air turbulence, a high-altitude aviation hazard Wave turbulence, a set of waves deviated far from thermal equilibrium

                                               

Automatic

"Automatic" Red Velvet song, 2015 song by Red Velvet "Automatic" Pointer Sisters song, 1984 "Automatic" Miranda Lambert song, 2014 "Automatic Pt. II", by Hikaru Utada, released under the stage name Utada, from the 2009 album This Is the One "Auto ...

                                               

Mom and Dad (disambiguation)

Mom and Dad, a 1945 American film directed by William Beaudine released in the UK as The Family Story Mom and Dad 2017 film, a 2017 American horror film directed by Brian Taylor

                                               

Matthew Miller

Matt Miller right-handed pitcher born 1971, baseball player Matthew Miller rower born 1989, American rower Matt Miller offensive lineman born 1956, American football offensive lineman Matt Miller wide receiver born 1991, American football wide re ...

                                               

Ashkenaz (disambiguation)

Ashkenaz may refer to: Nusach Ashkenaz, a style of Jewish religious service conducted by Ashkenazi Jews Germany, in a medieval Jewish context A member or descent of the Yiddish-speaking Ashkenazi Jewish community, a branch of European Jewry forme ...

                                               

Nokia 8.3 5G

Nokia 8.3 5G is a Nokia-branded smartphone by HMD Global, running Android One. It is HMDs first 5G phone, and was announced on March 19, 2020 alongside Nokia 5.3, Nokia 1.3 and Nokia 5310. The Nokia 8.3 5G is claimed to be the first smartphone wh ...

                                               

Charles Kerr

Charles H. M. Kerr 1858–1907, British artist and illustrator Charles Kerr actor in Married to It Charles Lester Kerr 1886–1965, British naval officer and submarine commander Charles William Kerr 1875–1951, Moderator of the General Assembly for th ...

                                               

Shine, Perishing Republic

Shine, Perishing Republic is a poem by the American writer Robinson Jeffers. It was first published in 1925 in the poetry collection Roan Stallion, Tamar, and Other Poems.

                                               

Disobedience (disambiguation)

Civil disobedience is the active, professed refusal to obey certain laws, demands, and commands of a government, or of an occupying international power. Disobedience may also refer to: Disobedience 2003 film, a drama directed by Licinio Azevedo, ...

                                               

Civil disobedience (disambiguation)

Civil disobedience is the active refusal to obey certain laws, demands and commands of a government or of an occupying power, usually without resorting to physical violence. Civil disobedience may also refer to: Civil Disobedience album, a 2008 a ...

                                               

MIT Disobedience Award

The MIT Disobedience Award, given by the MIT Media Lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is a 0.000 cash-prize award which recognizes and honors the efforts of an individual or an organization whose ethical disobedience of authority resul ...

                                               

Civil

Civil may refer to: Civil liberties Civil engineering Civil affairs Civil journalism, a platform for independent journalism Civil society Civil service Civil religion Civic virtue, or civility Civil and political rights Civil action, or lawsuit C ...

                                               

Ende Gelande

Ende Gelande is a German civil disobedience movement occupying coal mines to raise awareness for climate justice. Since 2015, Ende Gelande organises mass civil disobedience actions against coal mines in Rhineland, Lusatia and Leipzig, some action ...

                                               

Battle of Rostam and Esfandiyār

Battle of Rostam and Esfandiyār is a war between two Iranians governments. The difference with the other wars is that only the warlords are engaged in duels and the division is both observers. The reason for the war is Rostam disobedience to Esfa ...

                                               

Glitter (disambiguation)

Glitter is a mixture of shiny, flat reflective particles. Glitter may also refer to: Glitter bombing, a form of civil disobedience Glitter chimpanzee

                                               

ECD

ECD may refer to: Early childhood development Energy Citations Database, maintained by the United States Department of Energy Economic Crime Department of the City of London Police Electronic Commerce Directive 2000 Electron capture detector E. C ...

                                               

Defiant

Defiant Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, an episode of the series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine USS Defiant, a starship in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and in the film Star Trek: First Contact USS Defiant NCC-1764, sister ship to the Enterprise in the Star ...

                                               

Monster Mythology

Monster Mythology, published by TSR in 1992, is a sourcebook about non-human deities that can be used in fantasy role-playing games using the second edition rules for Advanced Dungeons & Dragons.

                                               

Drape (legend)

Lou Drape is a legendary folkloric horse from of the town of Aigues-Mortes in the Gard region, in the Petite Camargue marsh area of France. It is said to wander around the walls of the city at night and to take a large number of children on his b ...

                                               

Bakeichōnosei

Bakeichōnosei or Bakeichōnorei is a Japanese monster written by the yokai manga artist Shigeru Mizuki. It is said that the limbs and face are yellow, wearing a kimono dyed with inkstick and striking a gong. Ginkgo biloba have long been ominous, a ...

                                               

Kadesh

Qadesh, Qedesh, Qetesh, Kadesh, Kedesh, Kades and Qades come from the common Semitic root "Q-D-S", which means "sacred." Kadesh and variations may refer to:

                                               

For God and Country

God and Country may refer to: "God and Country" Touched by an Angel episode of season 4 of the series God and Country program, former name for the PRAY Program of the Boy Scouts of America For God and Country may refer to: For God and Country Goo ...

                                               

Cuemath

Cuemath is a math learning program for children from Kindergarten to Grade 8. The program is offered at home-based centers which are run by certified Cuemath teachers. As of 2019, there are 5.000 centers across India. Cuemath also provides live o ...

                                               

Saturninus of Antioch

Saturninus or Satornilus was an early Gnostic Christian from the 1st century Simonian school. He is quoted in the works of Irenaeus.

                                               

The Nomads (film)

The Nomads is an 2019 American sports drama film directed by Brandon Eric Kamin and starring Tika Sumpter and Tate Donovan. It premiered at the 28th Philadelphia Film Festival in October, 2019, and received Audience Award for Best Feature Film. T ...

                                               

Northgate

Northgate Information Solutions, based in Hemel Hempstead, England Northgate Computers now defunct, based in Minnesota, United States Northgate company, based in Darlington, England

                                               

Volkswagen e-Beetle

The Volkswagen e-Beetle is a modified automobile first shown in October 2019 at IAA in Frankfurt. A donor Volkswagen Type 1303 Super Beetle convertible was updated by replacing the original petrol drivetrain with the electric motor, transmission, ...

                                               

2019–20 Senior Womens Challenger Trophy

2019–20 Senior Womens Challenger Trophy was the tenth edition of the womens List-A tournament in India. It was played from 26 March to 30 March 2020 at newly reconstructed stadium New Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad. The participating teams were Indi ...

                                               

Chain gang (disambiguation)

A chain gang is a system of labor that involves groups of prisoners chained together doing menial labor. Chain gang may also refer to: Chain gang cycling, a group of cyclists in a close-knit formation, normally for the purposes of training Chain ...

                                               

Anthrax (disambiguation)

Anthrax is an acute disease caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis. Anthrax may also refer to: Bacillus anthracis, the bacterium responsible for anthrax, the disease 2001 anthrax attacks, in which letters containing anthrax spores were mailed ...

                                               

Happy Now (album)

Happy Now is the ninth and final studio album by English post-punk band Gang of Four, self-released on 19 April 2019. The release has received mildly positive reviews. It is the bands last album before the guitarist and only remaining original me ...

                                               

Mass appeal

Mass appeal as an phenomenon of mass psychology may refer to: Mass media Influence of mass media having a generally appealing or popular quality, see Mass culture Crowd manipulation Influencer Argumentum ad populum, or "appeal to the masses" Fast ...

                                               

Teen Angel

Teen Angel 1997 TV series, a 1997 sitcom starring Corbin Allred Teen Angel 1989 TV series, a 1989 drama starring Jason Priestley Teen Angel, a one-scene character in Grease see "Beauty School Dropout"

                                               

Teen Paheliyan

Teen Paheliyan is a 2018 Indian thriller/sci-fi anthology created by National award-winning filmmaker Sujoy Ghosh that aired on Star Plus on April 22, 2018. The anthology comprises three short stories titled Mirchi Malini, Copy, and Good Luck, st ...

                                               

American Pie

American Pie may refer to: American Pie Don McLean album, the 1971 Don McLean album which included the namesake song "American Pie" song, a 1971 song by Don McLean American Pie film series, a series of teen films "American Pie", a 2018 song by Sh ...

                                               

A-list (disambiguation)

The A-List, a teen television series from the young adult novel series by The CW Television Network The A List Comedy Central TV series, a stand-up comedy program on Comedy Central The A List 2018 TV series, a teen thriller series on BBC The A-Li ...