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Grunt

Grunting tennis, in tennis refers to the loud noise, sometimes described as "shrieking" or "screaming", made by some players during their strokes A deep guttural sound "The Grunt", a 1970 instrumental recording by The J.B.s Grunt Records, a vanit ...

                                               

XCOM: Chimera Squad

XCOM: Chimera Squad is a turn-based tactical video game developed by Firaxis Games and published by 2K Games as part of the XCOM series. It is set as a sequel to XCOM 2: War of the Chosen, after a tenuous peace accord between warring human and al ...

                                               

WRA

WRA can refer to: White Ribbon Association, a temperance organisation Worcester Regional Airport, Massachusetts World Road Association, an international forum for discussing roads and road networks Western Reserve Academy, a private mid-sized co- ...

                                               

Ben 10: Omniverse (story arc 1)

The first story arc of Ben 10: Omniverse, an American animated television series which serves as the fourth installment of the Ben 10 franchise, aired on Cartoon Network between September 22, 2012 and November 17, 2012.

                                               

Psion

Psion role-playing games a character with in role-playing games Psion Dungeons & Dragons, a character class in Dungeons & Dragons Psion, an alien species with extraordinary powers assimilated by the Cabal Empire in the video game Destiny Psions, ...

                                               

James Scott of Balwearie

James Scott of Balwearie was a Scottish landowner and supporter of the rebel earls. He was the son of Walter Scott of Balwearie and Janet Lindsay, a daughter of John Lindsay of Dowhill. His mother had been married to Andrew Lundie, and later marr ...

                                               

Buffalo Rose

Buffalo Rose is an American folk and bluegrass band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The current touring lineup includes Lucy Clabby and Rosanna Spindler on vocals, Shane McLaughlin on vocals and acoustic guitar, Malcolm "Mac" Inglis on dobro, Bryc ...

                                               

Frank Buffalo Hyde

Frank Buffalo Hyde is an Onondaga and Nez Perce artist that grew up in New York on his mothers Onondaga reservation. He began exhibiting his artwork at 18 years old as a hobby. He began taking his artwork career more seriously when he attended th ...

                                               

Operation Buffalo (Australian TV series)

The series is inspired by true events of British nuclear bomb tests in the 1950s at remote Maralinga, in outback South Australia. Major Leo Carmichael, an Australian Army Engineer and WWII hero, has to keep the base functioning smoothly. Testing ...

                                               

Bogdan Raczkowski

The family settled in Bydgoszcz in spring 1921 at 3, Stanislaw Moniuszko street. On December 29, 1921, he became a city councilor and chaired the Office of Ground Construction. After a dispute at the municipal council, Bogdan Raczkowski was dismi ...

                                               

The Haunting of Lin-Manuel Miranda

The Haunting of Lin-Manuel Miranda is a play by American writer Ishmael Reed. It critiques acclaimed musical Hamilton through a depiction of a fictionalized version of Lin-Manuel Miranda, who is visited by several historical figures missing from ...

                                               

Steven Shavell

Steven Shavell is an economist who is currently Samuel R. Rosenthal Professor of Law and Economics at Harvard Law School. Shavell is the founder and director of the School’s John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics, and Business.

                                               

Siraj al-Din al-Bulqini

Abū Hafs Sirāj al-Dīn al-Bulqīnī ; aka Sirajuddin was an Egyptian scholar of Islamic Jurisprudence. He is a prominent scholars of the famous al-Bulqīnī family, which was an influential dynasty of Shāfiʿī judges, law professors, and administrators ...

                                               

Habibollah Ashouri

Habibollah Ashouri was an Iranian Shia cleric and revolutionary. Mehdi Khalaji states that before Iranian Revolution, Ashouri was in the inner circle of Ali Khamenei in Mashhad but the two broke up after Ashouri wrote an essay on Monotheism Tawhi ...

                                               

Mandarin paradox

The Mandarin paradox is an ethical parable used to illustrate the difficulty of fulfilling moral obligations when moral punishment is unlikely or impossible, leading to moral disengagement. It has been used to underscore the fragility of ethical ...

                                               

Bride and Groom (Book)

Bride and Groom is a novel written by contemporary Russian author, Alisa Ganieva, in which two people struggle to get married amidst the chaos of family, religion, politics, and life itself. The translation was done by Carol Apollonio, who transl ...

                                               

On the Record (film)

On the Record is a documentary film directed by Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering. It centers allegations of sexual abuse and harassment against hip hop mogul Russell Simmons. Executive producer Oprah Winfrey publicly withdrew from the film shortly befo ...

                                               

QT8: The First Eight

QT8: The First Eight is a 2019 American documentary film co-produced and directed by Tara Wood. The documentary chronicles the life of filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, from his start at Video Archives up to the releasing of Once Upon a Time in Hollyw ...

                                               

Behind the Mask

Behind the Mask, a 1997 film featuring Cyril Nri Behind the Mask 2002 film, a 2002 unauthorized documentary about Slipknot Behind the Mask 1958 film, a film starring Michael Redgrave Behind the Mask 1991 film, a documentary film about the Irish R ...

                                               

Testimony (disambiguation)

The Testimony 1946 film, an Italian crime film The Testimony 2015 film, an American short-documentary film Testimony 1920 film, a British silent film by Guy Newall Testimony 1988 film, Tony Palmers film about Shostakovich

                                               

This Land (podcast)

This Land is an American political podcast produced and distributed by Crooked Media and Cadence13, and hosted by Rebecca Nagle. The podcast debuted on June 3, 2019 and follows the United States Supreme Court case Sharp v. Murphy. In addition, th ...

                                               

Term

Term may refer to: Technical term, part of the specialized vocabulary of a particular field, specifically Scientific terminology, terms used by scientists Terminology, or term, a noun or compound word used in a specific context, in particular

                                               

Oracula vivæ vocis

Oracula vivæ vocis is a Latin term of Catholic canon law that refers to decisions of the pope or heads of the dicasteries that are made verbally. Literally the Latin refers to an "oracular out-voice," or an utterance of an oracle. They are immedi ...

                                               

MIP

Mitochondrial intermediate peptidase, an enzyme Macrophage inflammatory protein, in biology MIP gene, a gene in humans Methylation induced premeiotically Maximum Inspiratory Pressure, the maximum inspiratory pressure is the highest atmospheric pr ...

                                               

Jasmine Guillory

Jasmine Guillory is an American romance novelist. Her works protagonists are often African-American professionals. In February 2019, her book, The Proposal, was ranked on The New York Times Best Seller list for paperback trade fiction.

                                               

Kenneth B. Wilson

Kenneth B. Wilson was a Justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court from December 29, 1989 to November 30, 1990, having resigned after defeat in his bid for reelection. Wilson received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University in 1 ...

                                               

Charles Lee Armour

When Colorado Territory was first organized in 1861, President Lincoln appointed three men to organize and serve on the new Colorado Supreme Court. Armour, whose appointment became official on March 28, 1861, was one of two associate justices Lin ...

                                               

Rhythm (disambiguation)

Rhythm music magazine, a magazine about drumming, originally published in the UK and today also in various national editions Rhythm literary magazine, an early 20th-century British magazine

                                               

Family of Man (horse)

Family of Man was a champion Australian thoroughbred racehorse. A son of Lots of Man USA from the mare Colleen, he was foaled in 1973 and was trained throughout his career by George Hanlon. Family Of Man started in 78 races and raced until he was ...

                                               

Elections in Rome

All Rome residents who are at least 18 years old and hold an EU citizenship are eligible to vote for the Mayor and the 48 members of the Capitoline Assembly, as well as for the President and the 30 or 40 members of the Council of the Municipality ...

                                               

Helius (freedman)

Helius was a prominent freedman in the time of ancient Roman Emperor Nero. He and Patrobius exercised great and pernicious power and influence under Nero. Helius was the de facto ruler of Rome in the absence of Nero.

                                               

Hosein Lorzade

Hosein ebn-e Mohammad Lorzade was an Iranian traditional architect/mimar. He is credited for building a large number of mosques, palaces and other buildings. His most notable works include: the Tomb of Ferdowsi, parts of Sepahsalar Mosque, variou ...

                                               

Infectious period

In epidemiology, particularly in the discussion of infectious disease dynamics, Infectious period is the time interval during which a host is infectious, i.e. capable of directly or indirectly transmitting pathogenic infectious agents or pathogen ...

                                               

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

The Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode is one of the annual awards given by the Visual Effects Society starting in 2002. While the awards title has changed several time within this period, the recip ...

                                               

What the Dead Men Say (album)

What the Dead Men Say is the ninth studio album by American heavy metal band Trivium. It was released on April 24, 2020 through Roadrunner Records and was produced by Josh Wilbur.

                                               

Mayfeld

Mayfeld is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise who appears in the Disney+ television series The Mandalorian. He is a former Imperial sharpshooter turned mercenary who leads a crew in an attempt to rescue a prisoner from a New Republi ...

                                               

Gangubai Kothewali

She was sold into prostitution at an early age by her male suitor, Ramnik Lal, after running away from home to Mumbai. She came to be known as the Madam of Kamathipura for being an influential pimp in the city with underworld connections, peddlin ...

                                               

Michael Burgess

Michael Burgess may refer to: Michael Burgess cricketer born 1994, English cricketer Michael Burgess singer 1945–2015, Canadian singer/actor Michael C. Burgess born 1950, US congressman from Texas, obstetrician Michael Burgess coroner born 1946, ...

                                               

Andrew Walker

Andrew Walker may refer to: Andrew Walker politician 1855–1934, New Zealand politician Andrew Kevin Walker born 1964, American screenwriter Andrew Walker murderer, Briton Andrew Walker footballer born 1986, Australian rules footballer with Carlto ...

                                               

Hutchens

Hutchens may refer to: Surname Cyril Hutchens, Australian politician Frank Hutchens 1892–1965, pianist and composer from New Zealand Harry Hutchens 1858–1939, American sprint runner Sandra Hutchens, Sheriff-Coroner of Orange County, California, U ...

                                               

DOA

D.O.A. 1988 film, a remake of the 1949 film D.O.A. 1949 film, a film noir DOA: Dead or Alive, a 2006 film loosely based on the video game series produced by Tecmo D.O.A.: A Rite of Passage 1980 film, a documentary on the genesis of punk rock

                                               

List of Australian crime podcasts

This is a list of Australian crime podcasts. Podcasting, and in particular true-crime related podcasts which deal primarily with serial murders, kidnappings, disappearances, and unsolved crimes, became popular as a media format in Australia from ...

                                               

TCT

Tungsten carbide-tipped, hardened metal used for example in a annular cutter or drill bit Thrombin clotting time, a test used in blood coagulation Teenage Cancer Trust, a British charity organization The Coroners Toolkit, a suite of computer fore ...

                                               

Cecil Shadbolt

Shadbolt was born in 1859, the son of the mahogany dealer and photographer George Shadbolt. He showed photographs of Welsh landscapes at the 1877 Photographic Society exhibition. His first balloon ascent was in May 1882, at Alexandra Palace. He m ...

                                               

Sally McKay

Sally McKay is a Canadian artist, curator, writer, educator, and personal art coach based in Hamilton, Ontario. McKay is known for her work as an artist of many forms and her research, which explores cognition, consciousnessand social structures ...

                                               

Five-Finger Square

The Five-Finger Square was a small place in the old town of the German city of Frankfurt am Main, which was formed by the meeting of five narrow streets. It was east of the east line of the Romerberg market square, south of the market, west of th ...

                                               

Sally Sloane

Sally Sloane was possibly the most important Australian "source musician" to have been recorded during the Australian folk music revival of the 1950s and onwards; a number of her songs and tunes were passed down via her mother from her Irish gran ...

                                               

Bios (novel)

The novel is set in the 22nd century. After a pandemic-induced social collapse, Earth is controlled by the Trusts, corporate entities dominated by the oligarchic Families. The Trusts function as both business conglomerates and charitable NGOs; ha ...

                                               

Michael J. Taylor (cryobiologist)

Michael Taylor is the co-founding Chief Science Officer at Sylvatica Biotech, Inc. Taylor is considered a world leader in vitreous cryopreservation approaches of tissue systems. Michael J. Taylor, PhD, has more than 100 publications and patents i ...

                                               

Life extension (disambiguation)

Life extension is the idea of extending the human lifespan. Life extension may also refer to: Alcor Life Extension Foundation, a nonprofit organization based in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, that advocates, researches, and performs cryonics Life Exte ...