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Ephebe

Ephebe, anglicised as ephebe, or Latinate ephebus is the term for an adolescent male. In ancient Greek society and mythology, an ephebos was a boy, aged 17–18, who went through a period of initiation that included military training. Ephebe may al ...

                                               

Marco Rossi

Marco Rossi footballer, born 1978, Italian football midfielder Marco Rossi athlete born 1963, Italian decathlete Marco Rossi footballer, born 1987, Italian football defender Marco Rossi footballer, born 1964, Italian football defender and footbal ...

                                               

MS3

MS3 may refer to: Mighty Servant 3, a 27.000-ton semi-submersible heavy-lift ship Junior medical student, in the list of medical abbreviations: J Media Studies 3 - The Filming coursework section of WJEC Metal Slug 3, a video game MegaSquirt3, a t ...

                                               

Tura

India Roman Catholic Diocese of Tura, in Tura, Meghalaya Tura Lok Sabha constituency, a parliamentary constituency in Meghalaya State Tura, Meghalaya, a municipality in India Russia Tura, Russia, several rural localities Tura River, a river in Si ...

                                               

Medallion (disambiguation)

The term medallion may refer to: Medal shortening of "medallion", a carved or engraved circular piece of metal issued as a souvenir, award, work of art or fashion accessory

                                               

Milk Money (band)

Milk Money is an American 4-piece hardrock/post-hardcore band from Salt Lake City, Utah. The band formed in January 2019 and features members of mainstay Salt Lake City hardcore bands Cherem, City to City, and Tamerlane, among others. The band co ...

                                               

Dark Mirror

Dark Mirror 1984 film, a television film starring Stephen Collins Dark Mirror 2007 film, a film directed by Pablo Proenza, starring Lisa Vidal The Dark Mirror 1920 film, a silent drama starring Dorothy Dalton The Dark Mirror 1946 film, a psycholo ...

                                               

Alone Time

Alone Time is a song by Rufus Wainwright, appearing as the twelfth and final track on his upcoming studio album Unfollow the Rules. The single was the albums fourth, released on April 24, 2020 following "Trouble in Paradise", "Damsel in Distress" ...

                                               

Breakpoint (disambiguation)

A breakpoint is an execution stop point in the code of a computer program. Breakpoint or break point may also refer to: Breakpoint demoparty, a German demoscene party Breakpoint, an indicator of a microbial organisms susceptibility or resistance ...

                                               

SC3

SC3 may refer to: SC-03, a subdivision code for the Seychelles, see ISO 3166-2:SC Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, a 2006 American film that is third in the Santa Clause movie series SC03, a FIPS 10-4 region code, see List of FIPS region codes ...

                                               

SC1

SC1 or SC-1 may refer to: SC-01, a subdivision code for the Seychelles, see ISO 3166-2:SC South Carolinas 1st congressional district USS SC-1, a United States Navy submarine chaser commissioned in 1917 and sold in 1921 SC-01 speech synthesizer by ...

                                               

Claw (disambiguation)

Claw juggling a ball juggling trick Claws play, a 1916 play by Sophie Treadwell

                                               

Beowulf (disambiguation)

Beowulf hero, the main character of the poem Beowulf DC Comics, a DC Comics character Beowulf Shaeffer, a character in the works of Larry Niven in his Known Space universe Beowulf Dune, a character in the Dune book series Beowulf, a playable char ...

                                               

Doctor Strange (disambiguation)

Dr. Strange 1978 film, a 1978 made-for-TV movie, based on the Marvel character Doctor Strange 2016 film, a 2016 film from Marvel Studios, based on the character Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme, a 2007 animated film

                                               

Goldie (disambiguation)

Goldie Hill 1933–2005, American country music singer Goldie Rogers, ring name of former professional wrestler David Sherwin 1950–2012 Goldie Semple 1952–2009, Canadian actress Genya Ravan, lead singer of Goldie and the Gingerbreads

                                               

Bastion (disambiguation)

A bastion is a fortification work projecting outward from the main enclosure. Bastion may also refer to: K-300P Bastion-P, a coastal defense missile system Bastion Collective, a global marketing and advertising company Nanaimo Bastion, a Hudsons ...

                                               

MK2

MK2 may refer to: Military Mk 2 grenade, a hand grenade used by the United States military starting in World War II Marte Mk2, a radar-guided helicopter and ship-launched short/medium-range anti-ship missile weapon system developed by Oto Melara ...

                                               

Gargoyle (disambiguation)

The Gargoyle newspaper, University of Toronto newspaper Gargoyle Magazine, Washington D.C. literary journal Gargoyles comics, a 2006 comic book series from Slave Labor Graphics Gargoyles novel, a 1967 novel by Thomas Bernhard Gargoyle comics, a M ...

                                               

HARM

HARM or H.A.R.M. may refer to: A fictional terrorist organisation in the video games The Operative: No One Lives Forever and No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in H.A.R.M.s Way Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum, a museum in Creve Coeur, Missouri, U ...

                                               

Javelin (disambiguation)

A Javelin is a light spear intended for throwing. It is commonly known from the modern athletic discipline, the Javelin throw. Javelin may also refer to: Javelin argument, a logical argument supporting the infinite size of the universe Pilum, a h ...

                                               

Peacekeeper

The LGM-118 Peacekeeper, a land-based nuclear ICBM Peacekeeper Rail Garrison, a mobile missile system for the LGM-118 Peacekeeper Cadillac Gage Peacekeeper II, one of the two models of the vehicle Cadillac Gage Ranger, armored fighting vehicles

                                               

Combat (disambiguation)

Kombat military rank, a rank in the Red Army until the end of 1930s Kombat photograph, a 1942 World War II photograph by Max Alpert Combat French Resistance, a large organisation of French resistance fighters during World War II Combat newspaper, ...

                                               

The Moon is Green

The Moon is Green is a science fiction short story by Fritz Leiber. It was first published in Galaxy in April 1952, and has appeared in several collections since then. It was adapted as a radio play for X Minus One in 1957, and a television episo ...

                                               

Lin Wenzheng

Lin spent some seven years studying Western painting in Paris, France; in 1924, he founded the Society of Overseas Artists in Paris together with fellow artists Lin Fengmian, Liu Jipiao, and others. Returning to China, Lin taught art at various s ...

                                               

Civil to Strangers

When Pym died in 1980, she had published 9 novels and a small number of short stories. After Pyms death, her literary executors were her sister, Hilary Pym, and her good friend and fellow novelist Hazel Holt. They aimed to release much of Pyms un ...

                                               

Round-robin

Round-robin DNS, a technique for dealing with redundant Internet Protocol service hosts Round-robin scheduling, an algorithm used in computer science Round-robin networks, communications networks made up of radio nodes organized in a mesh topology

                                               

Leary

Leary may refer to: People Denis Leary Richard P. Leary, US Navy admiral in the Spanish–American War King Leary or Loegaire mac Neill, an Irish king Leary surname Timothy Leary, American psychologist and writer known for promoting psychedelic dru ...

                                               

Legionnaire (disambiguation)

A member of the Spanish Legion A member of the American Legion A misused term for a legionary, an infantry soldier of the ancient Roman Army A member of the Iron Guard The Legion of the Archangel Michael

                                               

Planica 1941

Planica 1941 was a ski flying study competition, held on 2 March 1991 in Planica, Drava Banovina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Around 15.000 people gathered for the competition, which was used as a propaganda tool by the Nazi regime. Five world records ...

                                               

Kazi Abu Zafar Siddique

Kazi Abu Zafar Mohammed Hasan Siddiqui is a recital artist and cultural activist of Bangladesh. He was the Director General of Bangladesh Television. According to Kazi Nazrul Islams eldest son, the first winner of the Kazi Sabyasachi Award was th ...

                                               

Noor (satellite)

Nour Satellite callsign "NOUR 01", is an Iranian military satellite, which was launched in orbit on 22 April 2020. According to Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the launch of Nour satellite was done from the central desert of Iran; it also ment ...

                                               

MGT

MGT or Mgt may be: Technology Miles Gordon Technology, British technology company which produced Sinclair ZX Spectrum add-ons Mobile Global Title, address used in the SCCP protocol for routing signaling messages to mobile devices on telecommunica ...

                                               

The Secret War of Jackies Girls

The Secret War of Jackies Girls is a 1980 American TV movie that was conceived as a pilot but never went to series. It is about female pilots who undertake secret missions in World War Two. The pilot was directed by Gordon Hessler.

                                               

Mismatch (web series)

Mismatch is a Bengali web series which started streaming on OTT platform hoichoi from 15th September 2018. This Bengali comedy web series is directed by Soumik Chattopadhyay, later on which was also dubbed in Hindi. In season 1, the series starri ...

                                               

Edward Barnes

Edward Barnes may refer to: Ted Barnes, British guitarist Edward Barnes television executive born 1928, British television executive specialising in childrens television Edward Barnes British Army officer 1776–1838, British soldier who became gov ...

                                               

Vanessa Hill

Vanessa Hill is an Australian television presenter, producer and science communicator, who is best known for her YouTube series BrainCraft. Hill has hosted a PBS series of the same name since 2014.

                                               

Raymond Allen

Raymond Allen may refer to: Ray Allen born 1975, American basketball player Raymond Allen television actor born 1929, best known for his recurring roles on Good Times and Sanford and Son R. S. Allen 1924–1981, known as Ray, film/television writer ...

                                               

Gary Chapman

Gary Chapman is the name of: Gary Chapman author born 1938, author of the Five Love Languages series Gary Chapman director born 1961, British artist, animator and film director Gary Chapman footballer born 1964, English footballer Gary Chapman Au ...

                                               

Sarah Jane

Sara Jane Moore born 1930, attempted assassin of President Gerald Ford Sarah Jane Brown, born 1963, British campaigner and wife of Prime Minister Gordon Brown Sarah Jane Woodson Early 1825–1907, American author, educator, and temperance activist ...

                                               

The Lodger

The Lodger novel, a 1913 horror novel about a Jack the Ripper-like serial killer by Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes The Lodger 1932 film, a 1932 British thriller film based on the novel The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog, a 1927 British silent f ...

                                               

Michael Plant

Michael Plant was an Australian screenwriter, actor and producer best known for co-creating Whiplash. The Bulletin said on his death in 1965 that Plant "had left as big an impression on Australian viewing habits as any one man in the industry’s b ...

                                               

Kung Fu (2020 TV series)

Kung Fu is a upcoming American martial arts/action adventure series that is set to debut on The CW in the 2020–21 television season. This version is a modern day adaptation of the original version of Kung Fu and the third television series after ...

                                               

Jacqueline Wilson bibliography

The following is a complete list of books published by Dame Jacqueline Wilson, an English novelist who writes for childrens literature. Four of her books appear in the BBCs The Big Read poll of the 100 most popular books in the UK, and for her li ...

                                               

Little Britches

Little Britches may refer to: Little Britches outlaw aka Jennie Stevens, born 1879, American Old West outlaw National Little Britches Rodeo Association, a youth based rodeo organization Little Britches Rodeo, a rodeo competition for youths age 5 ...

                                               

Secret Agent

The Secret Agent 1924 film, a German silent film Hitchcock filmed Conrads The Secret Agent as Sabotage Secret Agent 1936 film, directed by Alfred Hitchcock based on stories by W. Somerset Maugham The Secret Agent documentary, a 2004 BBC documenta ...

                                               

Hasmukh

Hasmukh is an Indian dark comedy web television series directed by Nikhil Gonsalves. Co-created and written by Nikkhil Advani and Vir Das, the series stars Das, Ranvir Shorey, Amrita Bagchi, Ravi Kishan, Inaamulhaq and Manoj Pahwa. The story foll ...

                                               

Mowgli (disambiguation)

Mowgli is a fictional feral boy in some stories written by Rudyard Kipling. Mowgli may also refer to: Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, a 2018 film version of The Jungle Book Mowglis Brothers TV special, an animated television special based on the st ...

                                               

Witchcraft Beliefs in Ghana

Witchcraft is deeply rooted in many African countries and communities in Sub-Saharan Africa. It has been specifically relevant in Ghanas culture, beliefs, and lifestyle and continues to shape lives on the daily. It has promoted tradition, fear, v ...

                                               

HND

Henderson Executive Airport, in Nevada, United States Hinterland Aviation, an Australian airline Hanborough railway station, in England Haneda Airport, serving Tokyo, Japan

                                               

John Fry

John Fry may refer to: John Fry 16th century MP, MP for Lyme Regis Johnny Fry 1840–1863, first "official" westbound rider of the Pony Express John Fry regicide 1609–1657, English Member of Parliament and a judge at the trial of Charles I John Fry ...