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Secrets of Three Hungry Wives

Secrets of Three Hungry Wives is a 1978 American television thriller film directed by Gordon Hessler, and starring Jessica Walter, Gretchen Corbett, Eve Plumb, and Heather MacRae. It was one of the later scripts written by Jo Heims prior to her d ...

Deadly Game

Deadly Game may refer to: Deadly Game album, a 2002 album by X-Raided The Deadly Game 1982 film, a television film starring George Segal, Trevor Howard and Robert Morley Deadly Game or Catch Me If You Can, a 1998 television film featuring Tim Mat ...

John St. John

John St. John American politician 1833–1916, eighth Governor of Kansas and a candidate for President of the United States Sir John St John, 1st Baronet 1585–1648, MP for Wiltshire and prominent Royalist during the English Civil War John St. John ...

Into the Woods (disambiguation)

Into the Woods film, a 2014 Disney film based on the Sondheim musical "Into the Woods", an episode of Criminal Minds "Into the Woods" Desperate Housewives "Into the Woods", one of 7 unaired episodes of Dinosaurs "Into the Woods" Gotham "Into the ...

A Killer Without a Grave

Sitting in the corner of the nightclub "Gin no Shiro," Ishioka is spying on a nihilistic young man, Nakata. Ishioka, who has lost his arm in the war, hires Nakata as a hitman. After first rescuing a fleeing gangster moll Chikako in the club, Naka ...

Sudeep Sarangi

Sudeep Sarangi is an Indian actor who acts in Bengali, Hindi, and Tamil-language films and Hindi-language television shows. He is known for his role in Kaadhal Kondein.

London Association for the Prevention of Premature Burial

The London Association for the Prevention of Premature Burial was an association that was co-founded in 1896 by William Tebb and Walter Hadwen. In the 1800s, it was not common nor mandatory for a physician to examine a body after death and declar ...

Mark Renton

Mark Renton is a fictional character who appears as the protagonist in the novels Trainspotting and Porno written by Irvine Welsh. He also appears in the 1996 film adaption of Trainspotting and its sequel T2 Trainspotting, in both of which he is ...

Bombs Away

Bombs Away: The Story of a Bomber Team, 1942 nonfiction book written by John Steinbeck "Bombs Away", episode of American television series NYPD Blue Season 2

Hungerford (disambiguation)

Hungerford, Shropshire, England United Kingdom Hungerford, Somerset, England Hungerford, Berkshire, England Farleigh Hungerford, Somerset, England Hungerford, Texas United States Australia Hungerford, Queensland

Monsters (Eric Church song)

Monsters is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Eric Church. It is the third single from Churchs 2018 album Desperate Man.

Ronald Clark

Ronald Clark cricketer Ronald Disston Clark, 1895–1983, English first-class cricketer Ronnie Clark 1932–2013, Scottish footballer Ron Clark long-distance runner born 1930, British runner Ron Clark baseball Ronald Bruce Clark, born 1943, American ...

Singing in Viet Nam Talking Blues

Singing in Viet Nam Talking Blues is a song written and originally recorded by Johnny Cash. Released in May 1971 as the second single Columbia 4-45393, with "Youve Got a New Light Shining" on the opposite side from Cashs that years album Man in B ...

Gresham cat hostage taking incident

The Gresham cat hostage taking incident was an incident involving a woman named Janet M. Smith, who was 28-year-old at the time, taking her own Siamese cat hostage at a grocery store on August 21, 1994 in Gresham, Oregon, United States, before sh ...

Seven Dials

Seven Dials may refer to: The Duchess of Seven Dials, a 1920 silent film set in the Covent Garden area Seven Dials Jazz Club, a jazz venue located in the Covent Garden area Seven Dials, Brighton, a junction of seven roads in the Prestonville area ...

Voting Pencil Conspiracy Theory

The voting pencil conspiracy theory is a conspiracy theory that using the pencils provided in British polling stations allows the result to be changed by MI5. Promoters of the theory urge people to use pen on the basis that it makes it harder for ...

Tragedy of the Guerrys wells

The tragedy of the Guerrys wells designates the massacre of 36 Jews during the summer 1944 in Savigny-en-Septaine in France. It is located at 47°02′07″N 02°31′26″E.

Andrzej Leszek Szczesniak

Andrzej Leszek Szczesniak was Polish doctor of historical sciences, author of over thirty historical books and school textbooks.

Bacchis (hetaira)

Bacchis was a Greek hetaira. She was originally the slave of the hetaira Sinope, lover of Harpalos, who trained her as a hetaira. She was manumitted and eventually became the owner of the hetaira Pythionike. Bacchis was a famous hetaira and the o ...

Sex trafficking in El Salvador

Sex trafficking in El Salvador is human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation and slavery that occurs in the Republic of El Salvador. It is a country of origin, transit, and destination for sexually trafficked persons. El Salvador ci ...

Tritiya Prastuti Committee

The Tritiya Prastuti Committee is a splinter group of the Communist Party of India. TPC has declared CPI as its main enemy not police machinery.

Narmada (disambiguation)

Narmada may refer to: The Narmada Dam Project, involving the construction of a series of large irrigation and hydroelectric multi purpose dams on the Narmada River in India Narmada Bachao Andolan, a social movement against the Sardar Sarovar Dam ...

Nawan Punjab Party

Nawan Punjab Party is a Political party in Punjab established by Dharamvir Gandhi the then Member of Parliament from Patiala Constituency on 11 March 2019.

Dennis OBrien

Dennis or Denis OBrien may refer to: Denis OBrien born 1958, Irish entrepreneur Denis OBrien police officer 1899–1942, veteran of the Easter Rising and the Irish Republican Army Denis OBrien producer, co-founder of HandMade Films with George Harr ...

Trace metal stable isotope biogeochemistry

Trace metal stable isotope biogeochemistry is the study of the distribution and relative abundances of trace metal isotopes in order to better understand the biological, geological, and chemical processes occurring in an environment. Trace metals ...

Where Are You Tonight? (Journey Through Dark Heat)

Where Are You Tonight? is a song by Bob Dylan, which appeared as the final track on his 1978 album Street Legal. Critical interpretations of the song have suggested both that it references Dylans divorce and that it foreshadows or announces his c ...

Dietfried Muller-Hegemann

Dietfried Muller-Hegemann was a German physician specialising in Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis and Neurology. Despite having joined the Communist Party in 1930, he was able to pursue his medical studies and career after 1933, becoming ...

Yan Kelun

Yan Kelun was a Peoples Republic of China politician. He was born in Yongshou County, Xianyang, Shaanxi. He joined the Communist Party of China in October 1932. Yan Kelun was born in an ordinary peasant family in Fenghou Village, Jianjun Town, Yo ...

Severianus of Damascus

Severianus of Damascus was a Roman pagan politician who served under the emperor Marcian. Severianus life is known mainly from the writings of Damascius, including what was incorporated into the Suda and the Epitome of Photius. He was born into a ...

Hellbound

Hellbound: Hellraiser II, a 1988 film; the second film in the Hellraiser film franchise Hellbound The X-Files, a 2002 episode of the television series The X-Files Hell Bound 1957 film, a 1957 film starring John Russell, June Blair and Stuart Whit ...

Big Business (disambiguation)

Big business is a pejorative term referring to the wielding of excessive power by large businesses. Big Business may also refer to: Big Business 1934 film, a British comedy film directed by Cyril Gardner Big Business 1930 film, a British comedy f ...

Nick Rodriguez

Nick Rodriguez is an American submission grappler who competes in no-gi matches. He is the 2019 ADCC World Championship runner-up and the 2018 World Champion as a blue belt.

Perryville

Perryville may refer to a location in the United States: Battle of Perryville, in the American Civil War Perryville, Indiana Perryville, Kentucky Perryville, Alaska Perryville, Arkansas Perryville McAlester, Oklahoma on the list of NRHPs in Oklah ...

Great Meadows

Great Meadows may refer to: Great Meadows Connecticut River, a floodplain south of Hartford, Connecticut Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, a wildlife refuge in Concord, Massachusetts Great Meadows, New Jersey, an unincorporated area within ...

Vilhelm Garf

Vilhelm Evgenievich Garf was a Russian and Soviet military leader of German-Latvian descent, Colonel of the General Staff of the Russian Empire. Member of the First World War. Member of the Civil War as part of the Red Army. Officer of the Genera ...

Bruce S. Jones

Bruce S. Jones was born in 1883 in Laramie, Wyoming. During World War I he enlisted into the United States Army and served at the Presidio in San Francisco, California. However, due to health problems he was not able to serve overseas.

Helen Ball

Helen Ball is a senior British police officer. She is currently Assistant Commissioner for Professionalism in the Metropolitan Police Service, a post to which she was appointed in July 2017. At a national level she has been senior national coordi ...

1963 Birthday Honours (New Zealand)

The 1963 Queens Birthday Honours in New Zealand, celebrating the official birthday of Elizabeth II, were appointments made by the Queen on the advice of the New Zealand government to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works b ...

Anthony Gordon

Anthony Gordon may refer to: Anthony Gordon footballer born 2001, English footballer with Everton F.C. Anthony Gordon rugby c. 1948–2012, New Zealand rugby footballer and coach Anthony Gordon American football born 1996, American football quarter ...

Jayakumar Parameswaran Pillai

Jayakumar is an Indian actor who appears in Malayalam films and television shows. He is best known for portraying comedic roles, but has also played character roles.

Sbornik KGB SSSR

Sbornik KGB SSSR, was a Russian-language secret inhouse journal published by the Soviet KGB in Moscow for the use of its branches and officers only. The KGB created the bimonthly journal in April 1959 and about 150 issues were issued until it sto ...

8E

8E or VIII-E may refer to: 8E, the character mapping for the letter "E" in Mac OS Roman GCR Classes 8D and 8E, two pairs of three-cylinder compound steam locomotives Oflag VIII-E Johannisbrunn, a World War II German prisoner-of-war camp Washingto ...

Jack Curtis

Jack Curtis may refer to: Jack Curtis actor 1880–1956, silent film actor Jack Curtis footballer, born 1995, English footballer Jack Curtiss, pseudonym used by Jack Kirby Jack Curtis, pseudonym used by David Harsent Jack Curtis voice actor 1926–19 ...

Extermination order

An Extermination order is an order given by a government sanctioning mass removal or death. The term is often associated with genocide. Extermination orders were issued in conjunction with the following events: Extermination camp, also known as " ...

Lionfish (disambiguation)

Lionfish may refer to: Red Lionfish P. volitans, a significant invasive species off the East Coast of North America and in the Caribbean Genus Pterois, collectively known as the lionfish

Canadian Invasion

Dubbed the Canadian Invasion ", the 2010s saw music of Canada reaching new heights in terms of international success while dominating the American market and music charts through the popularity of Drake, Justin Bieber and The Weeknd. From 2015 to ...

IPD

Invasive pneumococcal disease Idiopathic Parkinsons disease Inter-pupillary distance, the distance between the center of the pupils of the two eyes In-patient department Impulsive personality disorder

Praia Islet

Praia Islet is a highly vegetated uninhabited islet located approximately 1.5 kilometres away from the town of Praia off the eastern coast of the island of Graciosa in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores. Along with Baixo Islet to its south, ...

Georgy Khetagurov

Georgy Ivanovich Khetagurov was an Ossetian army general of the Soviet Army and a Hero of the Soviet Union.

Carding (disambiguation)

Carding a mechanical process that aligns cotton, wool or other fibers in the manufacture of textiles. Carding may also refer to: Carding, the use of signals in contract bridge Carding Mill Valley, a small valley near Church Stretton, England Card ...