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Amazing

Amazing may refer to: A*mazing, an Australian childrens television game show that aired in the mid to late 1990s Amazing film, 2013 Chinese film Amazing, a maze computer game bundled with the original Apple Macintosh Maurice Stuckenschneider, wid ...

1926 Federal Capital Territory Soccer Football Association season

The 1926 Capital Football season was the first Capital Football season. Burns FC won their first FCTSA League title in their history by an 8-point margin over Molonglo.

Silk City

Bhoodan Pochampally, Telangana Berhampur or Brahmapur, Odisha Chanderi, M.P. Bhagalpur, Bihar Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh Arni, Tamil Nadu Dharmavaram, Anantapur district, Andhra Pradesh Ramanagara, Karnataka Muddenahalli, Karnataka Kanchipuram, Tami ...

Shanti

Ksanti, one of the paramitas of Buddhism Inner peace, a state of being mentally and spiritually at peace, with enough knowledge and understanding to keep oneself strong in the face of discord or stress

Wang Jin (archaeologist)

Wang Jin was a Chinese archaeologist whose research focus was on prehistoric sites in the Jianghan Plain. One of Chinas first female archaeologists, she was a member of the team that discovered the Neolithic Qujialing culture. She later led the e ...

Firefighter (disambiguation)

Firefighter Wilmington fireboat, built for Wilmington, Delaware, by MetalCraft Marine, in 2012 Fire Fighter II, a 2010 NYFD fire boat Fire Fighter fireboat, a 1938 U.S. National Historic Landmark

Kansas City (disambiguation)

Kansas City most often refers to: Kansas City metropolitan area, a U.S. metropolitan area centered on the following cities Kansas City, Missouri, a city in Jackson County, Missouri 2010 population 491.918 Kansas City, Kansas, a city in Johnson Co ...

Leonid Komogorov

Leonid Mikhailovich Komogorov was a Soviet diplomat. He served in various diplomatic roles from the 1950s onwards, particularly with former French colonies in Africa, ending his career as Ambassador of the Soviet Union to Mauritania.

The Sons of Rest

The Sons of Rest is a social organisation that has provided leisure facilities for men of retirement age in and around Birmingham and the Black Country in the English West Midlands since 1927, and more recently for women. The movement was establi ...

Arlington Experimental Farm

Arlington Experimental Farm was a former federal agricultural research farm in Alexandria, Virginia that opened in 1900. It was established by an Act of Congress, moving the Department of Agricultures main research from the National Mall to Arlin ...

Spies

Spies most commonly refers to people who engage in spying, espionage or clandestine operations. Spies or The Spies may also refer to: Spies, a 1984 novel by Richard Sapir Spies, English title for Spione, a 1928 German film by Fritz Lang Spies 194 ...

Quicksand (disambiguation)

Quicksand is loose, water-logged sand which yields easily to weight or pressure. Quicksand or Quicksands may also refer to: Dry quicksand, loose sand which yields easily to weight or pressure

Til

Til plant, a tree Til, an Urdu word for sesame Tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes, white blood cells that have migrated towards a tumor Transparent Intensional Logic, a logical system

Detective (disambiguation)

Chronological The Detective 1954 film or Father Brown, a British mystery comedy Detective 1958 film, Indian film Detective 2007 film, an Indian Malayalam film The Detective 1968 film, an American film based on the Roderick Thorpe novel see below ...

Big City

"Big City" Merle Haggard song, the title track and a No. 1 country hit from the above album "Big City" Spacemen 3 song, a single by the English alternative rock band Spacemen 3 "Big City", a song by Dutch singer Tol Hansse about the Dutch city Am ...

BN

Barnes & Noble, an American specialty retailer specializing in bookstore/coffeeshop venues Barisan Nasional also known as "National Front", a political coalition in Malaysia Bangladesh Navy Bandai Namco, a video game company La Brugeoise et Nivel ...

Dorothy Knapp

Dorothy Knapp was born in Chicago, or Dallas sources vary. She lived in New York City after 1915, and was dancing professionally by 1916, in the company of Norma Gould.

Susan Bradley (disambiguation)

Susan Hinckley Bradley 1851–1929, American painter Susan A. Bradley, wife of American politician Harvey Jewell Susan Bradley, American beauty pageant contestant, 1967 runner-up in Miss USA 1967 Susan Bradley, Australian politician; see Candidates ...

Protection (disambiguation)

"Protection" Donna Summer song, 1982 "Protection", a 1977 song by Krokus from To You All "Protection", a 1979 song by Graham Parker from Squeezing Out Sparks "Protection" Massive Attack song, 1994 "Protection", a 2014 song by Lucinda Williams fro ...

Godfather

The Godfather film series The Godfather, a 1972 film starring Marlon Brando The Godfather soundtrack Godfather 1991 film, a Malayalam film by Siddique and Lal Godfather 2007 film, a Pakistani film by Hariday Shetty God Father 1995 film, a Telugu ...

1929 New York City mayoral election

The 1929 New York City mayoral election was held on November 5 in concert with other municipal elections. Democratic incumbent Jimmy Walker defeated Republican challenger Fiorello H. La Guardia in what was considered "a Crushing Defeat to by Tamm ...

Happy End

Happy End may refer to: Happy End 1973 album, their third album Happy End 1970 album, written はっぴいえんど, their debut album Happy End band, a Japanese folk rock group of the early 1970s Happy End 2003 film, a 2003 French film Happy End musica ...

Sonotone (hearing aid)

Sonotone Corporation was a hearing aid manufacturer that was started by Hugo Leiber, inventor of the bone conduction receiver, in New York City in 1929. It was a leader in the hearing aid industry until multiple buyouts ending in 1970 led to the ...

Gene Nora Jessen

Gene Nora Stumbough Jessen was an American aviator and a member of Mercury 13. Jessen worked throughout her career as a flight instructor, demonstration pilot, advisor to the Federal Aviation Agency and president of the Ninety-Nines. Jessen has a ...

Lizzie Cyr

Lizzie Cyr was a Canadian woman known for her role in a seminal Canadian court case. Cyr was charged with "vagrancy" by Calgary Police, in 1917. Vagrancy was, at that time, a euphemism for prostitution. The john who reported her claimed she had i ...

Tonka of the Gallows

Tonka of the Gallows is a 1930 Czech drama film directed by Karl Anton and starring Ita Rina, Vera Baranovskaya and Josef Rovensky. It is an adaptation of the novella Die Himmelfahrt der Galgentoni by Egon Erwin Kisch. The movie was shot as a sil ...

City of Angels

Angelopolis Puebla, a commercial and residential area in the city Los Angeles, United States, widely nicknamed "City of Angels" "the angels" is the literal translation in Spanish of "Los Angeles" Kiryat Malakhi, a city in Southern District, Israe ...

City of Champions

Detroit, US city nicknamed during the 1930s Artesia, New Mexico, US city nicknamed by local radio host, Dave Button, because of the success of the local football team 31 state championships One of several nicknames for Tampa; see List of city nic ...

Louis Favre (Switzerland footballer)

Louis Favre was a Swiss footballer who played in the 1930s and 1940s. He played as defender. Favre played the 1935–36 Nationalliga season with Young Boys. Favre joined Basels first team in advance of their 1936–37 season. He played his domestic l ...

24 Hours

24 Hrs film, a 2010 Malayalam language film 24Hours, the name of CBWT Winnipegs local newscast between 1970 and 2000 24 Hours 2002 film, a Croatian anthology film 24 Hours TV programme, a BBC documentary series 24 Hours ER, the pilot episode of t ...

Television (disambiguation)

Television is a telecommunication medium used for transmitting and receiving moving images and sound. Television may also refer to: The whole area of television, for example as an art form, or as an engineering discipline. Television program Tele ...

City Lights (disambiguation)

City Lights: Country Favorites, a 1972 album by Connie Smith "City Lights", a song from the 1977 musical The Act "City Lights", a 1976 song by David Essex City Lights Lee Morgan album, 1957 City Lights Jimmy McGriff album City Lights Lou Reed alb ...

Crocodile Bridge

Crocodile Bridge is the name of both a camp along the southern border of Kruger National Park and a gate to the park. The gate is at a low water bridge crossing the Crocodile River and leads directly to the Crocodile Bridge rest camp. The park en ...

Gertrude Kinnaird

Gertrude Mary Kinnaird was an English philanthropist and Christian missionary. She was a member of Youth Womens Christian Association.

Chazz (name)

Chazz Palminteri, stagename of Calogero Lorenzo Palminteri born 1952, American actor, screenwriter, producer and playwright Chazz Miller, nickname of Charles Miller born 1963, American street art muralist Chazz Young, stagename of Charles Young b ...

Collision (disambiguation)

A collision is an isolated event in which two or more bodies exert relatively strong forces on each other for a relatively short time. Collision may also refer to:

1932 Ohio gubernatorial election

The 1932 Ohio gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1932. Incumbent Democrat George White defeated Republican nominee David Sinton Ingalls with 52.82% of the vote.

1932 Louisville Cardinals football team

The 1932 Louisville Cardinals football team was an American football team that represented the University of Louisville as a member of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference during the 1932 college football season. In their first and on ...

Your Money or Your Life

Your Money or Your Life may refer to: Your Money or Your Life: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence, a book by Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin about simple living Your Money or Your Life, a UK television se ...

Men Without Women (mural)

Men Without Women is a 1932 mural by the American painter Stuart Davis executed in what the critic Hilton Kramer termed a "modified Cubist style". The work was commissioned for the Art Deco-style Radio City Music Hall at Rockefeller Center in New ...

Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and Women

The Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and Women is a non-political charitable organization that focuses on issues affecting Jewish British former servicemen and women.

Discord

Discord My Little Pony, a television character for children. Discord, an album by Stewart Walker Discord film, a 1933 British drama "Discord", a 2006 single by The Fire Engines "Fukyōwaon" 不協和音, Discord, a 2017 single by Keyakizaka46 Discord, ...

1933 in professional wrestling

September 21 – promoter Salvador Lutteroth holds the first Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre EMLL; "Mexican Wrestling Enterprise" show in Mexico City.

2020 United States essential workers general strike

On May 1, 2020 essential workers at Amazon, Instacart, Target, Walmart, and Whole Foods organized a nationwide strike over lack of safety precautions, hazard pay, and benefits during the coronavirus pandemic. The date of the strike correlated wit ...

Battle of Bangkok

Battle of Bangkok may refer to: 1893 French Siege of Bangkok, see Military history of Thailand#Siam and the European military threat 1826–1932 2010 Thai military crackdown, the military crackdown on the anti-government Red Shirt protesters in Ban ...

James Fowler

James Fowler MP, Member of Parliament for Stafford James Fowler Massachusetts politician 1788–1873, American lawyer and politician James D. Fowler born 1934, member of the Illinois House of Representatives James Fowler Australian politician 1863– ...

Major (disambiguation)

Major is a military rank. Major, majors or The Major may also refer to: Major and minor in music, an interval, chord, scale, or key Academic major, an academic discipline to which an undergraduate student formally commits

Taban ruins

The Taban ruins are a group of medieval ruins in Budapest, Hungary. They are located in District I, in the Taban neighbourhood, between Szarvas ter and Krisztina korut. The scattered ruins officially belong to one listed monument. The remains of ...

Etched carnelian beads

Etched carnelian beads, or sometimes Bleached carnelian beads, are a type of ancient decorative beads made from carnelian with an etched design in white, which were probably manufactured by the Indus Valley civilization during the 3rd millennium ...

The Rothschilds

The Rothschilds may refer to: The House of Rothschild, a 1934 American film directed by Alfred L. Werker The Rothschild family, a European family of German Jewish origin that established European banking and finance houses starting in the late 18 ...