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Open city (disambiguation)

An open city is a city that is declared demilitarized during a war, entitling it to immunity from attack under international law. Open City may also refer to: Open City novel, a 2012 novel by Teju Cole Open City magazine, a New York City-based ma ...

                                               

Bystander

Innocent Bystanders film, a 1972 film directed by Peter Collinson Iowa Bystander, an Iowa newspaper targeted toward an African-American audience Guilty Bystander, a 1950 independent film production Bystander magazine, was a British weekly tabloid ...

                                               

Phases (Chase Atlantic album)

Phases is the second studio album by Australian pop band Chase Atlantic, released on 28 June 2019 and is the follow up to their debut self-titled album released in 2017.

                                               

Regina Nuzzo

Regina Nuzzo is a professor of statistics at Gallaudet University in Washington D.C., a liberal arts school for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. She balances her time between teaching statistics and writing articles about the importance of stat ...

                                               

List of covers of Time magazine (2020s)

This is a list of covers of Time magazine between 2020 and 2029. Time was first published in 1923. As Time became established as one of the United States leading newsmagazines, an appearance on the cover of Time became an indicator of a persons n ...

                                               

Wired

Wired magazine, an American science and technology magazine and website Wired film, a 1989 adaptation of the book by Bob Woodward Wired book, a 1984 book by Bob Woodward about the American actor and comedian John Belushi Wired UK, a UK offshoot o ...

                                               

Lallans (magazine)

Lallans is a periodical subscription magazine in the Scots Language established by the Scots Language Society in 1973 and dedicated to the promotion and revived use of the language in literature and letters. The magazine publishes original prose ...

                                               

Willa of the Wood

Willa of the Wood is an American adventure and fantasy novel written by Robert Beatty and published in July 2018 by Disney Hyperion. Willa of the Wood is the first novel in the Willa Series and will be adapted into a television series produced by ...

                                               

Christy Ann Conlin

Christy Ann Conlin is a Canadian writer from Nova Scotia. Originally from Welsford in the Annapolis Valley region of Nova Scotia, she studied theatre at the University of Ottawa, education at Acadia University, and creative writing at the Univers ...

                                               

Sarah Rose Etter

Sarah Rose Etter is an award-winning American author of experimental fiction. Her first novel, The Book of X, was a finalist for the 2020 Believer Book Award, and long-listed for the 2020 VCU Cabell First Novelist Award. Her fiction has appeared ...

                                               

Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode

The Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode is one of the annual awards given by the Visual Effects Society, starting in 2004. While the awards title has changed several time within this perio ...

                                               

Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Animated Character in an Episode or Real-Time Project

The Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Animated Character in an Episode or Real-Time Project is one of the annual awards given by the Visual Effects Society, starting from 2002. Since its inception, the awards title has gone through sev ...

                                               

List of awards and nominations received by Awkwafina

Nora Lum, known professionally as Awkwafina, is an American actress, comedian, writer, producer, and rapper. In 2014, Awkwafina debuted as an actress from the third season of Girl Code. Before rising to prominence, she played supporting roles in ...

                                               

Gutenberg Prize of the City of Leipzig

The Gutenberg Prize of the City of Leipzig is an award in memory of Johannes Gutenberg. Since 1959, the prize honor personalities or institutions that make outstanding contributions to the promotion of the art of books. Awarded people and Institu ...

                                               

A Canary for One

A Canary for One is a short story by Ernest Hemingway. The short story was first published in 1927. It was republished in The Fifth Column and the First Forty-Nine Stories and The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway.

                                               

Devil Take the Hindmost

"Devil Take the Hindmost", a track by Allan Holdsworth from the 1985 album Metal Fatigue "Devil Take the Hindmost", a song by Angelus Apatrida from the 2010 album Clockwork "Devil Take the Hindmost", a song from the 2010 musical Love Never Dies

                                               

Whipping boy (disambiguation)

A whipping boy was a young boy educated with a prince and punished in his place. Whipping boy or Whipping Boy may also refer to: Whipping Boy: The Forty-Year Search for My Twelve-Year-Old Bully, a book by Allen Kurzweil Whipping Boy American band ...

                                               

Charlie Jabaley

While in highschool Jabaley started a music studio in his bedroom having 30 kids writing lyrics in 2004. He got into producing hip-hop and started making videos for his artist friends. He created a media outlet for independent rappers called Spit ...

                                               

Business Wars (podcast)

Business Wars is a podcast hosted by David Brown and produced by Wondery. The podcast premiered on January 20 2018, and consists of more than 150 episodes. By the end of 2018, it has been downloaded more than 15 million times. It critically exami ...

                                               

Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Effects Simulations in an Episode, Commercial, or Real-Time Project

The Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Effects Simulations in an Episode, Commercial, or Real-Time Project is one of the annual awards given by the Visual Effects Society, starting in 2012. It is awarded to visual effects artists for th ...

                                               

APRA Music Awards of 2020

The APRA Music Awards of 2020 are the 38th annual awards given in the series of awards together known as APRA Awards, given in 2020. They are given by the Australasian Performing Right Association and the Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners ...

                                               

Yorkton Film Festival Golden Sheaf Award - Aboriginal

In 1947 the Yorkton Film Council was founded. In 1950 the first Yorkton Film Festival was held in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada. During the first few festivals, the films were adjudicated by audience participation through ballot casting and winne ...

                                               

The 40-Year-Old Version

The 40-Year-Old Version is a 2020 American comedy film, written, directed, and produced by Radha Blank in her directorial debut. It stars Blank, Peter Y. Kim, Oswin Benjamin, Reed Birney, Imani Lewis and TJ Atoms. It had its world premiere at the ...

                                               

Olivier Gascuel

Olivier Gascuel is a French researcher in bioinformatics. He is a research director at the CNRS. His work focuses in particular on phylogeny. Since March 2015, he has directed the Centre for Bioinformatics, Biostatistics and Integrative Biology a ...

                                               

Francine Descarries

Francine Descarries is a Canadian sociologist. She is a professor of sociology at the Universite du Quebec à Montreal. She is considered a leading figure in feminist studies in Quebec.

                                               

Damien Megherbi

Damien Megherbi is a French producer, best known for producing Yves Piats short film Nefta Football Club which received critical acclaim and was nominated for the 2020 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film and 2020 Cesar Award for Best Sh ...

                                               

Les Valseurs

Les Valseurs is a French film production & distribution company founded in 2013 by Damien Megherbi and Justin Pechberty. They received the 2019 Cesar Award for Best Animated Short Film for Wicked Girl 2017 by Ayce Kartal and an Oscar nomination f ...

                                               

Chymamusique

Chymamusique started his music career in 2000 as a gospel and jazz pianist. He later developed an interest in house music in 2005 and started producing it in 2006. He released his first online single in 2010. He founded and manages "Chymamusique ...

                                               

C.F.F. e il Nomade Venerabile

The band stands out for its experimental approach, which combines music new wave, rock music with theater-dance and video art. C.F.F. in fact it means Conceptual Concettuale in Italian Physical Fisico Bother Fastidio. Conceptual because the text ...

                                               

2009 MSBL season

The 2009 MSBL season was the 21st season of the Mens State Basketball League. The regular season began on Friday 13 March and ended on Saturday 18 July. The finals began on Saturday 25 July and ended on Saturday 22 August, when the Lakeside Light ...

                                               

Eveshka Ghost

Eveshka Ghost born April 23, 1982 is a filmmaker, writer, actor and composer, based in West Sussex, UK. Eveshka is known primarily for directing and composing the four time award-winning film The Bastard Sword. Ghost is a self-taught classical pi ...

                                               

1963 Far East Circuit

The 1963 Far East Circuit was the second season of golf tournaments that comprised the Far East Circuit, later known as the Asia Golf Circuit. The circuit consisted of five tournaments over six weeks, and was formed from the national open champio ...

                                               

1966 Far East Circuit

The 1966 Far East Circuit was the fifth season of golf tournaments that comprised the Far East Circuit, later known as the Asia Golf Circuit. Taiwan joined the circuit in 1966, bringing the number of tournaments to seven however later in the seas ...

                                               

1970 Asia Golf Circuit

The 1970 Asia Golf Circuit was the ninth season of golf tournaments that comprised the Asia Golf Circuit, formerly known as the Far East Circuit. Ben Arda of the Philippines won the circuit overall prize.

                                               

1972 Asia Golf Circuit

The 1972 Asia Golf Circuit was the eleventh season of golf tournaments that comprised the Asia Golf Circuit, formerly known as the Far East Circuit. Australian Graham Marsh won the circuit overall prize.

                                               

Prosser

United States Prosser, California, a former settlement Prosser, Nebraska, a village Prosser, Washington, a city Canada Prosser Brook, New Brunswick Australia Prosser Bay, Tasmania Prosser River, Tasmania Electoral division of Prosser, Tasmania

                                               

Number Two

No. 2: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, the soundtrack to the film No. 2 film, a 2006 New Zealand film, also Number Two film, a 1975 film directed by Jean-Luc Godard Jackass Number Two

                                               

Number One

Number One 1969 film, a film starring Charlton Heston Number One 1994 film, a Telugu film Number One 1973 film, an Italian language film Number One 2017 film, a French film No. 1 film series, the first in a series of films with Govinda in the tit ...

                                               

Criminal Minds (season 15)

The fifteenth and final season of Criminal Minds was ordered on January 10, 2019 with an order of 10 episodes. The season premiered on January 8, 2020 and concluded on February 19, 2020, with a two-hour series finale.

                                               

Blood Work

Blood Work may refer to: A medical process also known as a blood test Blood Work novel 1998, a novel by Michael Connelly Blood Work film 2002, a film based on the book, starring Clint Eastwood Bloodwork EP, released by horror punk musician Wednes ...

                                               

Nostromo (disambiguation)

Nostromo is a 1904 novel by Joseph Conrad. Nostromo may also refer to: Nostromo comics, a Marvel Comics character from their Marvel 2099 line. Nostromo album, a dark ambient album by SleepResearch Facility, inspired by the fictional starship Nost ...

                                               

Oswald

Oswald the Reeve, who tells a tale in Geoffrey Chaucers The Canterbury Tales Oswald King of Fighters, a video game character Oswald "Otto" Rocket, on the American TV series Rocket Power Oswald, servant of Goneril in Shakespeares play King Lear Os ...

                                               

Gremlin (disambiguation)

Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai, an upcoming animated television series that serves as a prequel to the 1984 film Gremlin Industries, an early arcade game manufacturer "Gremlin D.Va", an artistic drawing of a character named D.Va in the video gam ...

                                               

Bucket (disambiguation)

Charles Goldenberg 1911–1986, American All-Pro National Football League player nicknamed "Buckets" Stewart Loewe born 1968, former Australian rules footballer nicknamed "Buckets" Robert "Bucket" Hingley born 1955, lead singer of ska band The Toasters

                                               

Centipede (disambiguation)

Centipede grass, Eremochloa ophiuroides, a lawn grass which looks much similar to Fescue grass Centipede plant, Homalocladium platycladum, also called Tapeworm Plant or Ribbon Bush

                                               

Neil Gibson

Neilly Gibson born 1873, Scottish footballer Neil Gibson rower born 1962, New Zealand representative rower Neil Gibson tennis, Australian tennis player of the 1950s and 60s Neil Gibson footballer, born 1979, Welsh footballer Tranmere Rovers

                                               

The Four Musketeers

The Four Musketeers may refer to: The Four Musketeers 1936 film, an Italian animated adventure film directed by Carlo Campogalliani The Four Musketeers 1934 film, a German drama directed by Heinz Paul unrelated to the Dumas novels The Four Musket ...

                                               

Dogfight (disambiguation)

SGI Dogfight, a 1985 game for SGI workstations Dogfights: The Game, a 2007 PC game based on the TV series Dogfight 1980 computer game, for the Apple II Dogfight 1993 computer game, for DOS, Atari and Amiga Dogfighter 2010 computer game, for Windows

                                               

Quartermain

Joel Quartermain, Australian musician Buck Quartermain, ringname of American wrestler Jason Seguine Allan Quartermaine, 1888–1978, British civil engineer Stephen Quartermain, Australian television personality and sports journalist

                                               

Agent X

Agent X may refer to: Agent X Chuck, the codename for the character Alexei Volkoff Timothy Dalton on the TV series Chuck Agent Extensibility Protocol, a standardised framework for extensible Simple Network Management Protocol agents Agent X 1986 ...