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Best Akina Memoires

Best Akina Memoires is the first greatest hits album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori. It was released on 21 December 1983 through Warner Pioneer. It was released on the same day as the first music home video New Akina Etranger in Europe. The al ...

Anniversary (Akina Nakamori album)

Anniversary is the fifth studio album by Japanese singer Akina Nakamori. It was released on 1 May 1984 under the Warner Pioneer label. It was released on her second debut anniversary. The album includes the hit singles "Kita Wing" and first song ...

Hijitsuryokuha Sengen

Hijitsuryokuha Sengen is the fourth studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka, released on July 25, 1989 by Warner Pioneer. The album features two versions of Moritakas cover of the 1971 Saori Minami song "17-sai". Hijitsuryokuh ...

Fight!! (song)

"Fight!!" is the 14th single by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Written by Moritaka and Yuichi Takahashi, the single was released by Warner Music Japan on October 25, 1991. The 70s-style rock song was used as an image song for the 19 ...

One (Måns Zelmerlow song)

One is a song by Swedish singer Måns Zelmerlow. The song was released as a digital download on 21 November 2019 through Warner Music Group as the third single from his eighth studio album Time. The song was written by Jon Eyden, Matthew Holmes, P ...

Cool Aid

Kool-Aid is a brand of flavored drink mix owned by Kraft Foods Drinking the Kool-Aid, an American term for blind adherence to a bad idea Kool-Aid or Cool Aid may also refer to: Cool Aid: The National Carbon Test, Australian TV show by Network Ten

New Me, Same Us

"Hold On" was the first single to be released from the album, with a remixed version of the track by Pote released on 28 January 2020. The second single from the album, "Are You Feeling Sad?", featuring Kali Uchis, was released on 4 March 2020.

Fox Movies

Fox Movies may refer to: 20th Century Studios, an American film studio formerly known as 20th Century Fox Fox Movies channel, a set of international movie channels by Fox Network Group FoxMovies.com, the official website of 20th Century Studios F ...

Obra

Obra or Obras may refer to: Estadio Obras Sanitarias, stadium of the Argentine team, also used for music concerts Oregon Bicycle Racing Association Obra, Uttar Pradesh - a town in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh Obra river - a river in west Pol ...

Minecraft (disambiguation)

Minecraft: Story Mode, a 2015–2016 episodic point-and-click graphic adventure video game developed by Telltale Games Minecraft Earth, an augmented reality sandbox mobile game Minecraft Dungeons, an upcoming dungeon crawler game for PC scheduled f ...

News Hour

The title News Hour may refer to: Newshour, the BBC World Service radio flagship programme that premiered in 1988 News Hour Canadian TV program, related local Canadian newscast programs that air on Global, with sister programs such as Noon News H ...

Singular

Singular may refer to: Singular matrix, a matrix that is not invertible Singular, the grammatical number that denotes a unit quantity, as opposed to the plural and other forms Singular homology The property of a singularity or singular point in v ...

Flat Earth (disambiguation)

Flat Earth Society, a society that believes the Earth to be flat Myth of the flat Earth, the modern misconception that the prevailing cosmological view during the Middle Ages saw the Earth as flat

Dreamwork (disambiguation)

Dreamwork refers to a method of dream interpretation in that the aim is to explore the various images and emotions that a dream presents and evokes, while not attempting to come up with a single unique dream meaning. Dreamwork may also refer to: ...

Transition metal phosphinimide complexes

Transition metal phosphinimide complexes are metal complexes that contain phosphinimide ligands of the general formula NPR 3 −. Several coordination modes have been observed, including terminal and various bridging geometries. In the terminal bon ...

Sony mount

Sony mount may refer to: Sony E-mount, a lens mount for APS-C and full-frame FE digital mirrorless cameras since 2010 Sony Mavica mount, two lens mounts for Mavica cameras between 1981 and 1992 Sony B4-mount, a lens mount for professional digital ...

Sanda Ojiambo

Sanda Ojiambo, is a Kenyan administrator who was appointed as executive director of the United Nations Global Compact, succeeding Lise Kingo of Denmark, effective 17 June 2020.

Wanted: Perfect Mother

Wanted: Perfect Mother is a 1996 Filipino romantic comedy film directed by Ike Jarlego Jr., starring Regine Velasquez, Christopher de Leon, Bing Loyzaga and Bobby Andrews and based on "Wanted: Perfect Mother" by Mars Ravelo, and released by Viva ...

Color The Era

Color The Era is the solo project of Ron Pangyarihan. He finds the singer-songwriter embracing his vulnerable and soulful side. Pangyarihan released his debut single" Hanggang Kailan” in May 2019.

Peter Cavelti

Peter Christian Cavelti was born on April 10, 1948 in Herisau, Switzerland, the eldest of four children. He lived in various parts of the world before settling in Canada. Cavelti is the author of several books on financial and socio-political top ...

Sideshow (novel)

Greg Costikyan reviewed Sideshow in Ares Magazine #14 and commented that "The intrusion of a human scale into a genre whose major appeal is its galactic scale is a tricky task to pull off, and few have done it successfully. Mike Resnick is one su ...

The Soul Eater

Greg Costikyan reviewed The Soul Eater in Ares Magazine #13 and commented that "its well-written enough action for SF. It is, if you will, mindless fun, and recommended for aficionados thereof."

Esbae: A Winters Tale

Greg Costikyan reviewed Esbae: A Winters Tale in Ares Magazine #13 and commented that "The premise of the novel may sound silly, but Haldeman handles it well. Esbae is permeated with a vision of college life that seems like something from a bette ...

The Morphodite

Greg Costikyan reviewed The Morphodite in Ares Magazine #13 and commented that The Morphodite is different from what we think of as traditional science fiction because it is a psychological novel, which is something we associate with mainstream f ...

A Rose for Armageddon

Greg Costikyan reviewed A Rose for Armageddon in Ares Magazine #14 and commented that "Few writers have the wit or the breadth of imagination to play with ideas on as grandiose a scale as Schenck. Despite his rationality – or, as I think he would ...

Earthdawn Gamemaster Pack

Earthdawn Gamemaster Pack contains: errata from the main Earthdawn rulebook nine new treasure cards a gamemasters screen a 64-page booklet designed by Greg Gorden and Louis Prosperi, with illustrations by Paul Jaquays, Jeff Laubenstein, Joel Bisk ...

Earthdawn Companion

Earthdawn Companion is a 168-page softcover book designed by Greg Gordon and Louis J. Prosperi, with additional material by Christopher Kubasik and Allen Varney, and illustrations by Janet Aulisio, Joel Biske, Steve Bryant, Earl Geier, Jeff Laube ...

Takeover (disambiguation)

NXT TakeOver, several events by WWE Takeover Entertainment Takeover Radio, a British radio station The Takeover film, 1995 Takeover film, a 1988 Australian film

Labeatae

Labeatae were an ancient Illyrian tribe that lived on the Adriatic coast of southern Illyria, around lake Labeatis. Their territory seems to have stretched from Lissus at the river Drilon in the south, or probably even from the valley of Mat, up ...

Murder of Hans Pozo

The murder of Hans Pozo refers to a homicide case that began on March 27, 2006, when a boy from the Puente Alto commune, in southern Santiago, Chile, noticed that a stray dog was carrying a human foot that it had apparently found in a nearby land ...

Lady Bathurst

Lilias Margaret Frances, Countess Bathurst was a British newspaper publisher who owned The Morning Post. Her father, Algernon Borthwick, 1st Baron Glenesk, had owned the paper and revived its fortunes. He died in 1908, and control of the paper pa ...

Kris Jenner. and All Things Kardashian

Kris Jenner. and All Things Kardashian is a 2011 memoir by television personality Kris Jenner. It discusses her friendship with Nicole Brown Simpson, the OJ Simpson murder trial, and anecdotes about her family.

Corydon Democrat

The Corydon Democrat is in Corydon, Indiana, Harrison County, United States of America and has approximately 6.250 copies in circulation. This community newspaper is published every Wednesday by the O’Bannon Publishing Company, family owned since ...

WFM

Wired for Management, an Intel standard for managing computer systems Waveform monitor a type of oscilloscope used to monitor video signals Wideband FM, a form of frequency modulated radio

Ulpia

A number of Roman settlements, mostly named in honour of the Emperoro Trajan: Ulpia Topira, another name for Topeiros, near modern Evlalo, northeastern Greece. Colonia Ulpia Oescensium or Oescus, near modern Pleven, Bulgaria. Colonia Marciana Ulp ...

Bye Birdie (disambiguation)

Bye Birdie is a 1960 Broadway musical. Bye Birdie may also refer to: Films Bye Birdie 1995 film, television film based on the stage musical Bye Birdie 1963 film, film based on the stage musical Music "Bye Birdie", number from the musical by Strou ...

Der Ort des Terrors

Der Ort des Terrors is a nine-volume German-language encyclopedia series of the Nazi concentration camps and subcamps, published between 2005 and 2009. It has been compared to the first volume of Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933–1945, an E ...

Zorg

Zorg may refer to: Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg, a character in the film The Fifth Element A character in the film Betty Blue, 37°2 le matin Either an alien race or the home planet of the same species imagined by Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes when ...

Jinki

Jinki may refer to: Jinki, an Aboriginal Australian, AKA Kerrianne Cox a musician Jinki weapon, an anti-Gear divine weapon set in the Guilty Gear video game series Jinki robot, the form of mecha that exists in the 2005 anime series Jinki: Extend ...

Aces High

Aces High may refer to: Aces High music, an orchestral piece by Ron Goodwin, composed for the 1969 film Battle of Britain Aces High, a 1990 album by Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen Aces High, a minigame in Mario Party 3 Aces High song, ...

Galaxian (disambiguation)

Galaxian may refer to: Galaxian 1979 arcade game, shooter video game by Namco Galaxian³ 1990 arcade game, shooter video game by Namco Galaxian videogames by Namco Namco Galaxian 1980 arcade hardware, arcade cabinet video game hardware by Namco Ga ...

Galaga (disambiguation)

Galaga may refer to: Galaga 88 1987 arcade game, video game by Namco, sequel to Galaga Galaga 1981 arcade game, video game by Namco, sequel to Galaxian Galaga 3 1984 arcade game, video game by Namco, sequel to Galaxian Galaga 30th Collection 2011 ...

Down the Rabbit Hole

"Down the Rabbit Hole", the fourteenth episode of the fourth season of The Vampire Diaries "Down the Rabbit Hole and Back Again", the third episode of anime series InuYasha "Down the Rabbit Hole" Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, the first episode ...

Hopping

Hopping, the act of jumping with one foot Freighthopping, the act of surreptitiously riding on a railroad freight car Movie hopping, using a single ticket for a movie theater to see more than one movie

Simple Life

The Simple Life, 2003–2007 American reality television series Mabel and Fattys Simple Life, 1915 American film A Simple Life 1912 film, silent short film comedy The Simple Life 1998 TV series, 1998 American sitcom The Simple Life 1919 film, silen ...

Ronald Jackson

Ronald Jackson may refer to: Ronny Jackson born 1967, American physician to the president and rear admiral in the United States Navy Ron Jackson baseball, born 1933 1933–2008, American baseball player Ronald Jackson bishop, American Anglican bish ...

Elysium (disambiguation)

"Elysium I Go Crazy", a remix version by Ultrabeat "Elysium" Schubert, a lieder by Franz Schubert on a poem by Friedrich Schiller "Elysium", a song by Scott Brown "Elysium", a song by Portishead from Portishead "Elysium", a song by Mary Chapin Ca ...

X8

X8 or X-8 may refer to: Icaro Air, an Ecuadorian airline which IATA airline code is X8 X8, a Metrobus route WrestleMania X8, a catch event Mega Man X8, a video game WWE WrestleMania X8, a video game designed on the former X8 New York City bus X-8 ...

ZX

Z/X, Japanese collectible card game ZX Tunes, remastered soundtracks of the "Mega Man ZX" game Mega Man ZX, a video game for the Nintendo DS Kamen Rider ZX pronounced "Zed-Cross", the tenth fictiozxnal superhero in the "Kamen Rider" franchise

Layer

Dual layer recording, a DVD layer F region, or Appleton Layer in telecommunications Layer electronics, a single thickness of some material covering a surface