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PNR (disambiguation)

Policia Nacional Revolucionaria, Cubas national police force Partido Nacional Renovador or National Renovator Party, a Portuguese political party Regional nature parks of France parc naturel regional, a type of nature park. Partidul National Roma ...

                                               

Talking to Strangers

Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know about the People We Dont Know is a non-fiction book written by Malcolm Gladwell and published by Little, Brown and Company on 10 September 2019. The audiobook version of the book has Gladwells Revisionist ...

                                               

Fluff

Fluff, a character in the Hospital Radio series "The Space Gypsy Adventures" Fluff fiction, setting or context information pertaining to games and fiction Louise "Fluff" Phillips, a character in the 1937 film Kid Galahad, played by Bette Davis

                                               

Patrimony

Patrimony, or inheritance, a right or estate inherited from ones father, or other ancestor though the male line Patrimony, or property, the total of all personal and real entitlements, including movable and immovable property, belonging to a real ...

                                               

Commuter (disambiguation)

Commuter may also refer to: Commuter, a musician who performed the song "Young Hearts" for the 1984 film The Karate Kid. The song was later used again in the seventh episode of the first season of the sequel series Cobra Kai. The Commuters, a 191 ...

                                               

Paranoia (disambiguation)

"Paranoia" Brooklyn Nine-Nine, an episode Paranoia 1967 film, a Dutch drama Paranoia 2013 film, a thriller starring Gary Oldman, Liam Hemsworth and Harrison Ford Paranoia 1970 film released in the U.S. as A Quiet Place to Kill, to avoid confusion ...

                                               

Inheritance (disambiguation)

Inheritance”, by Prong from the Airheads soundtrack Inheritance”, by John van Tongeren from Poltergeist: The Legacy Inheritance”, by Scorpions from Lonesome Crow, later covered by Iron Christ Inheritance”, by Talk from Spirit of Eden, later cover ...

                                               

BEM

Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company Limited, a Thai transportation operator Boundary element method, a numerical analysis method using computation Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, an organization in the fictional X-Men universe Bug-eyed monst ...

                                               

Universe (disambiguation)

Wszechswiat or Universe, a Polish popular-science journal "Universe", a 1941 novella within the novel Orphans of the Sky by Robert A. Heinlein Universe role-playing game, a science fiction tabletop role-playing game The Universe student newspaper ...

                                               

Super 8

Super 8 2011 film, a science-fiction film written and directed by J. J. Abrams Super 8 film, a motion picture film format released in 1965 Super 8 Stories, a 2001 documentary film Super 8 film camera, a motion picture camera used to film Super 8m ...

                                               

Megaheavy

Megaheavy is a 19-minute Danish youth short film produced in 2010 by Shouting Cow Productions. It is written by Jacob Katz Hansen and Fenar Ahmad and directed by the latter and starring Eva Thompson in the role of Jolly, Jonatan Tulested as Kenne ...

                                               

Birgitte Possing

Birgitte Possing is a Danish historian who has specialized in historical biography. In 1992, paying special attention to aspects relating to gender, she earned a doctorate with Viljens styrke, a biography of the pioneering feminist and educator N ...

                                               

Mork

Mork may refer to: Mork file format, a computer file format previously used by Mozilla-based web browsers Mork, Hama, a village in Syria Character on the American sitcoms Happy Days and Mork & Mindy 1978–82 Slang term for aliens in the British sc ...

                                               

Simone

Simone may refer to: Simone surname, an Italian surname Simone given name, a feminine or masculine, in Italian given name of Hebrew origin Simone may also refer to: Nina Simone 1933–2003, stage name of Eunice Kathleen Waymon, singer, songwriter, ...

                                               

Superhero (disambiguation)

"Superhero" Gary Barlow song "Superhero", by Cher Lloyd from Sticks + Stones "Superhero", by Janes Addiction, the theme song to the TV series Entourage "Superheroes" song, by the Script "Superhero", by Simon Curtis from RA "Superhero", by Flobots ...

                                               

Substitute

The Substitute 2007 film, a Danish science fiction horror film The Substitute 3: Winner Takes All, a 1999 action thriller starring Treat Williams The Substitute, a 1996 thriller film starring Tom Berenger The Substitute 1993 film, a telefilm by M ...

                                               

Gevers

Gevers is a Dutch surname that may refer to the following people: Daniel Theodore Gevers van Endegeest 1793–1877, Dutch politician Ine Gevers born 1960, Dutch curator of contemporary art, writer and activist Robert Gevers, Belgian field hockey pl ...

                                               

Light year (disambiguation)

A light-year is the distance that light travels through a vacuum in one year. Light years and lightyears may also refer to: Lightyear One, a Dutch electric car Lightyear Entertainment, a movie and music distributor Light Years: An Investigation i ...

                                               

Aerial

Aerial Swedish band Aerial Scottish band Aerial Canadian band

                                               

Lotte (Estonian literature)

Lotte is the main character in Estonian children book series and animated films, of which some of the better known are "Lotte from Gadgetville" and "Lotte and the Moonstone Secret". Lotte is created by Janno Põldma and Heiki Ernits. Lotte has dog ...

                                               

Sandra Kasturi

Sandra Kasturi was born in Estonia. Her parents were Estonian and Sri Lankan. She now lives in Canada where she is a poet, editor and publisher. She has two poetry collections of her own and was the editor on an anthology of poetry. She has both ...

                                               

Eesti Raamat

Eesti Raamat is Estonian publisher which is located in Tallinn. It publishes mainly fiction, including childrens literature. The publisher was established 1964.

                                               

Perioodika

Perioodika is Estonian publisher, which existed 1940-1941 and 1944–2004 in Tallinn. Before 1947 the publisher issued newspapers, after that also magazines. Notable ones were Looming, Keel ja Kirjandus, Akadeemia, Vikerkaar, Teater. Muusika. Kino. ...

                                               

Boondocks (disambiguation)

Boondocks are remote, usually brushy areas. Boondocks may also refer to: The Boondocks 2020 TV series, an upcoming television series based on the aforementioned comic strip The Boondocks comic strip, a comic strip by Aaron McGruder The Boondocks ...

                                               

VN

VN or Vn may refer to: Vietnam ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code VN .vn, the country code top-level domain ccTLD for Vietnam Vanilla Ninja, a popular Estonian girl group Visual novel, a type of interactive fiction game Vault Network, a group of gam ...

                                               

Sky (disambiguation)

"Sky" The Sarah Jane Adventures, a television episode Sky Malaysian TV series, a 2007 Malaysian Chinese idol drama The Sky Canadian TV series Sky TV serial, a 1975 British childrens fantasy series

                                               

Ultima Thule

Ultima Thule primarily refers to: 486958 Arrokoth, a Kuiper belt object previously nicknamed" Ultima Thule” before its official naming, visited on January 1, 2019 by NASAs New Horizons spacecraft Thule, a Latin and earlier Greek name for an islan ...

                                               

Rame

Rame Head, a coastal headland near the first of these, as well as the Rame Peninsula Rame, Maker-with-Rame, in southeast Cornwall Rameh, a village in Northern Israel Rame, Wendron, towards the southwest of Cornwall Rama Gaul, an ancient town in G ...

                                               

Starman

Thom Kallor, also known as Star Boy of the Legion of Super-Heroes, is the current Starman and a member of the Justice Society of America Starman comics, one of several comic book superheroes in the DC Comics universe. The most prominent are Starm ...

                                               

Voima

Nuori voima, a Finnish journal published by Nuoren Voiman Liitto Voima newspaper, a Finnish magazine Pohjan Voima, the newspaper of the Lapua Movement

                                               

Monica

Monica singer born 1980, American R&B singer, songwriter, producer, and actress Saint Monica, mother of Augustine Monica actress born 1987, Indian film actress Monica given name, a given name including a list of people and characters with the ...

                                               

War Child

War Child or Warchild may refer to: Child soldiers, children who are used in war, as soldiers or in combat support German childhood in World War II War Child charity, a Dutch, British and Canadian charity that helps children who are victims of wa ...

                                               

Scifi (disambiguation)

Scifi is short for science fiction, a genre of speculative fiction, typically dealing with imaginative concepts such as advanced science and technology, spaceflight, time travel, and extraterrestrial life. Scifi, Sci-fi, SciFi, Sci Fi or Syfy may ...

                                               

Nylund (disambiguation)

Nylund may refer to: Nylund, a surname of Scandinavian origin meaning "new grove" Nylund, a neighborhood delområde in the borough Storhaug in Stavanger, Norway

                                               

Unearthed

Unearthed: Trail of Ibn Battuta, an action-adventure video game developed in Saudi Arabia

                                               

TUF

TUF may refer to: The Unforgettable Fire, an album by Irish rock band U2 Transcript of unknown function The Update Framework, a secure software update framework The Ultimate Fighter, a reality television series Tours Loire Valley Airport, Tours, ...

                                               

Prometheus (disambiguation)

Prometheus, a fictional spaceship from Prometheus Prometheus 2012 film, a science fiction film by Ridley Scott from the Alien franchise USS Prometheus, a fictional starship in the episode "Second Sight" of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Prometheus, a ...

                                               

Skeleton crew (disambiguation)

Skeleton Crew, an American record label co-founded by Frank Iero Skeleton Crew band, an American experimental rock and jazz group Skeleton Crew, a 2015 album by Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear

                                               

Spook

Spook Bridge, an abandoned bridge over the Withlacoochee River, Georgia, United States Spook Cave, a flooded cave in Iowa, US Spook Hill, a gravity hill in Florida, US

                                               

Nebula Awards 29

Nebula Awards 29 is an anthology of award-winning science fiction short works edited by Pamela Sargent. It was first published in hardcover and trade paperback by Harcourt Brace in April 1995.

                                               

Greeks (disambiguation)

The Greeks are an ethnic group native to Greece. The term Greeks also has several inclusive meanings: Byzantine Greeks, Greek people of the Byzantine era Ottoman Greeks, Greek people of the Ottoman era Ancient Greeks, Greek people of the ancient ...

                                               

Greeks bearing gifts

Greeks bearing gifts may refer to: "looking a Trojan horse in the mouth", the 1982 scene in the British sitcom Yes, Minister The mythological Trojan Horse which Laocoon foresees "Greeks Bearing Gifts", a 1991 episode of Inspector Morse "Greeks Be ...

                                               

Catastrophe

Vacuum catastrophe, the discrepancy between theoretical and measured vacuum energy density in cosmology Late Bronze Age collapse Impending climatic catastrophe, conjectured runaway climate change resulting from a rise in the average temperature o ...

                                               

Cepheus

Cepheus may refer to: In Greek mythology Cepheus, King of Tegea, the king of Tegea, Arcadia in Greek mythology Cepheus, King of Aethiopia, in Greek mythology In astronomy Cepheus constellation, one of the 88 modern constellations Cepheus crater, ...

                                               

Stasis

Stasis may refer to: Stasis medicine, a state in which the normal flow of a body liquid stops, for example the flow of blood through vessels or of intestinal contents through the digestive tract Stasis film a 2017 science-fiction film about a tee ...

                                               

Sacred band

The term Sacred Band, also Sacred Company or Sacred Squadron can refer to one of the following military units: In the ancient world: Sacred Band of Thebes Sacred Band of Carthage In modern Greek history, the name has been used to denote several m ...

                                               

Anabasis

Anabasis is an expedition from a coastline up into the interior of a country. Anabase and Anabasis may also refer to:

                                               

Althaea

Althaea is the Latin rendering of Greek Ἀλθαία Althaia, which may be related to Greek ἀλθος althos "healing". It can refer to: "Shrub Althea", "Shrub Althaea" and "Rose of Althea" are names applied to Hibiscus syriacus, which is South Koreas nati ...

                                               

Arcadian

Arcadian may refer to: Arcadian ecology, an environmentalist perspective Arcadian Star Trek, a race in Star Trek HMS Arcadian, a projected Amphion -class submarine, the order for which was cancelled in 1945 Bebearia arcadius, a butterfly in the f ...

                                               

Food of the gods

The Food of the Gods may refer to: Food of the gods plant, a species of Ferula native to Iran Food of the gods mythology, a substance in Greek mythology "The Food of the Gods" short story, a science fiction short story by Arthur C. Clarke Food of ...