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Max q (disambiguation)

Max q is the maximum value of dynamic pressure associated with a body travelling through the atmosphere, typically a spacecraft during launch. Max q or Max Q may also refer to: Max Q Australian band, a musical group from the 1980s, fronted by Mic ...

Perfection (disambiguation)

Perfection is a philosophical concept related to idealism. Perfection may also refer to: Perfection game show, a BBC game show hosted by Nick Knowles "Perfection", an instrumental by Clint Mansell from the Black Swan soundtrack 2010 The Perfectio ...

Ratchet

Ratchet, metonomic name for a socket wrench incorporating a ratcheting device Ratchet instrument, a type of music instrument Ratchet device, a mechanical device that allows movement in only one direction

RCF

A Lexus RC F Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure or Rey complex figure, a neuropsychological test Rolling Contact Fatigue, occur on railway wheelsets on the contact surface due to high stresses Relative centrifugal force, the acceleration in a centrifu ...

Kiss Me

Kiss Me 1932 film, a French comedy film With Every Heartbeat film, a 2011 Swedish drama film also released under the title Kiss Me Kiss Me 1929 film, a French silent comedy film Kiss Me 2014 film, an American romantic drama film

Composite

Metal matrix composite, composed of metal and other parts Cermet, a composite of ceramic and metallic materials Dental composite, a substance used to fill cavities in teeth Composite material, a material that is made from several different substa ...

FBT

FBT may refer to: Fringe benefits tax Australia Fringe benefits tax India Flyback transformer Fringe benefits tax New Zealand First Bank and Trust, an American bank FBT company, A Thai sport apparel brand Fringe benefits tax The Fame Ball Tour, a ...

A Cry for The Tracey Thurman Story

A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story is a 1989 American made-for-television drama film based on the 1985 ruling Thurman v. City of Torrington. The film stars Nancy McKeon as Tracey; Dale Midkiff as Buck; and Bruce Weitz as Traceys lawyer, Bur ...

Dei Altarpiece

The Dei Altarpiece is an oil on panel painting by Rosso Fiorentino, commissioned in 1509 by the Dei family and completed in 1522. It is now in Florences Galleria Palatina, whilst the Uffizi holds a preparatory drawing which may be the original id ...

The Sagebrush Family Trails West

The Sagebrush Family Trails West is a 1940 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Fred Myton. The film stars Bobby Clack, Earle Hodgins, Nina Guilbert, Joyce Bryant, Minerva Urecal and Arch Hall Sr. The film was released on ...

Children of God

People of God, a religious concept The New Forest Shakers, an 1870s and 1880s English religious sect also known as the "Children of God" The Family International, a US religious sect originally known as the "Children of God" Divine filiation, the ...

Faith, Hope & Love

Faith, Hope & Love is a 2019 American romantic comedy film directed by J.J. Englert and Robert Krantz and starring Peta Murgatroyd, Krantz, Michael Richards, Corbin Bernsen, Natasha Bure and Ed Asner.

P. palustris

P. palustris may refer to: Parnassia palustris, a plant species and the county flower of Cumberland and Sutherland in the United Kingdom Poa palustris, the fowl bluegrass, fowl meadowgrass, swamp meadowgrass or woodland bluegrass, a grass species ...

Gregorio Scalise

Gregorio Scalise was an Italian poet and dramatist. Scalise was born in Catanzare, and brought up in Udine. He lived in Bologna from 1967 onwards, working for a time at a modern art gallery. He wrote for newspapers and magazines and for stage and ...

Greg Evans

Greg Evans may refer to: Greg Evans One Life to Live, a fictional character on the American soap opera One Life to Live Greg Evans American football born 1971, professional American football player Gregory Evans dramatist, British radio and telev ...

Joe Crilly

Joseph Crilly was an Irish playwright. Hailing from Derrymacash in County Armagh, he lived for more than three decades in London, where he variously worked as an actor, journalist and social worker. He was arts editor of the Irish Post in the 199 ...

Friends with benefits

Friends With Benefits, a 2009 independent comedy-drama film Friends with Benefits telenovela, a telenovela planned for 2007 but canceled Friends with Benefits film, a 2011 film directed by Will Gluck "Friends with Benefits", an episode of the tel ...

Insecurity

Insecurity may refer to: Lack of security, in an objective sense Data security Computer security Risk Food insecurity Emotional insecurity, in psychology

Killer Instinct (disambiguation)

Killer Instinct is a series of fighting video games. Killer Instinct 1994 video game, the first installment in the fighting-game series Killer Instinct 2013 video game, the third game in the series Killer Instinct may also refer to:

Gods and Monsters

Justice League: Gods and Monsters, a 2015 direct-to-video animated superhero film Gods and Monsters film, a 1998 film about the film director James Whale Gods and Monsters audio drama, based on Doctor Who Gods and Monsters The Vampire Diaries, an ...

Denial (disambiguation)

Denial is an assertion that an allegation is not true, or a psychological defense mechanism). Denial may also refer to: Denial, a novel by Coleen Nolan Denial novel, a novel by Stuart M. Kaminsky Denial 2016 film, directed by Mick Jackson Denial ...

Rash Masum

Rashid "Rash" Masum is a fictional character from the BBC medical drama Casualty, played by actor Neet Mohan. He first appeared in the eleventh episode of series thirty-two, which was broadcast on 4 November 2017. Rash is introduced into the seri ...

The Chargesheet: Innocent or Guilty? (Web Series)

The Chargesheet: Innocent or Guilty? is murder mystery web series starring Arunoday Singh, Tridha Choudhury, Shiv Pandit, Hrishita Bhatt, Ashwini Kalsekar, Zakir Hussain, Kishori Shahane, Shakti Anand and Sikandar Kher. The show released on 6 Nov ...

Dixi

Dixi may refer to: Dixi, a brand name for co-cyprindiol cyproterone acetate/ethinylestradiol, an oral contraceptive Dixi, a Latin expression, literally translated as "I have spoken". When used, it usually means: "I have said all that I had to say ...

Kannamoochi

Kannamoochi is an Indian Tamil language horror web series directed by Avinaash Hariharan and produced by Happy Unicorn and TrendLoud Production House. The series was released on 13 March 2020. Kannamoochi starring.

It Was Good Until It Wasnt

It Was Good Until It Wasnt is the second studio album by American singer and songwriter Kehlani. It was released on May 8, 2020, by Atlantic Records. It is her first project since her 2019 mixtape While We Wait and first full-length record since ...

Chemistry (disambiguation)

Chemistry word, the history and use of the word Advanced Placement Chemistry, a course offered in the Advanced Placement Program Chemistry: A European Journal, an academic periodical

Melfi (disambiguation)

John Melfi, a United States–based television and movie producer Mary Melfi, a Canadian writer Leonard Melfi, an American playwright and actor Theodore Melfi, an American screenwriter, film director, and producer Giuseppe Melfi, an Italo-Swiss mat ...

State of Play

State of play is a British English expression meaning "the present situation". It may also refer to: State of Play film, a 2009 American film based on the BBC series State of Play TV serial, a 2003 BBC political thriller serial State of Play conf ...

Taipinggu

The Taipinggu is a dance variety with hand-held drum; it is also known as Dangu and "Drums of Great Peace". It is popular in North China and commonly performed by the Manchu ethnic group for shamanist priests. As the years passed by, it became a ...

20th century (disambiguation)

The 20th century of the Common Era began on 1 January 1901 and ended on 31 December 2000, according to the Gregorian calendar. 20th century may also refer to: 20th century BC

Folly (disambiguation)

Folly Brook, a tributary of the River Clun, Shropshire Folly Island, New Zealand, in the Campbell Island group Folly Brook, a tributary of the River Frome, Bristol Folly Brook, a brook in the London Borough of Barnet Folly Island, a barrier islan ...

Flourish

The term flourish may refer to: "to bloom", of a persons or a cultures peak activity; Latin floruit "bloomed" refers to a persons known period of activity. Flourish fanfare, ceremonial music played on a bugle Flourish of approval, a Dutch symbol ...

Shades of Harlem

"Shades of Harlem: A Cotton Club Musical" is an Off-Broadway musical theater revue of songs from the Harlem Renaissance. The show debuted on August 1983 at the Village Gate and has gone on to play around the world. The show features jazz music an ...

The Desperate Hours

The Desperate Hours may refer to: The Desperate Hours Aiello novel, a 2005 crime novel by Robert Aiello The Desperate Hours Porridge, an episode of the BBC sitcom Porridge Desperate Hours, a 1990 film, a remake of the 1955 film The Desperate Hour ...

Paparazzi (disambiguation)

Paparazzi are photographers who take candid pictures of celebrities. Paparazzi may also refer to: "Paparazzi" Girls Generation song Paparazzi Productions, a professional wrestling faction Paparazzi, a 1998 Italian comedy film starring Massimo Bol ...

Inconceivable

Inconceivable 2008 film, a 2008 film directed by Mary McGuckian "Inconceivable!", a catch-phrase used by the character Vizzini played by Wallace Shawn in the 1987 film The Princess Bride Inconceivable, also known as Deadly Ex, a 2016 American thr ...

Prisoner (season 2)

The second season of Australian drama television series Prisoner premiered on Network Ten on 22 January 1980. It consists of 86 episodes and concluded on 12 November 1980.

MNM

MNM may refer to: Radio MNM, a Flemish radio station Mutants & Masterminds MnM, a role-playing game Master of Nonprofit Management, a post-graduate degree Menominee-Marinette Twin County Airport MNM, FAA and IATA airport code Nicotinamide mononuc ...

Thar

Thar or THAR may refer to: Mahindra Thar, a subcompact four-wheel drive sport utility vehicle SUV Himalayan tahr Hemitragus jemlahicus, an ungulate, also known as thar, especially in the Western Himalayas Tharparkar, a region in Sindh, Pakistan H ...

Millstream

Millstream, Queensland, a locality in the Tablelands Region, Queensland, Australia Millstream Falls in Queensland, Australia Millstream-Chichester National Park, a national park in Western Australia. Millstream, a headstream of the Herbert River, ...

Modern Loneliness

Modern Loneliness is a song by American singer-songwriter Lauv released on February 20, 2020. It was released as the tenth and final single from his debut album, How Im Feeling which was released on March 6 of the same year. The song was written ...

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (play)

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse is a 1936 thriller play by the British writer Barre Lyndon. It premiered at the Haymarket Theatre in Londons West End and ran for 491 performances. The original cast included Ralph Richardson.In 1937 it transferred to ...

Fools Rush In (play)

Fools Rush In is a 1946 comedy play by the British writer Kenneth Horne. It ran at the Fortune Theatre in Londons West End for 237 performances between 2 September 1946 and 29 March 1947.

A Lady Mislaid (play)

A Lady Mislaid is a 1948 comedy play by the British writer Kenneth Horne. It was first staged at the Embassy Theatre. In 1950 it ran for 148 performances at St Martins Theatre in Londons West End. The cast included Hugh Latimer, Raymond Lovell, D ...

Liaisons dangereuses (disambiguation)

Les Liaisons dangereuses is a French epistolary novel by Choderlos de Laclos. Les Liaisons dangereuses may also refer to: Les liaisons dangereuses film, a 1959 film adapted by Claude Brule and directed by Roger Vadim Les Liaisons Dangereuses 1960 ...

Giant Spider

Giant Spider may refer to: Species Giant wood spider, or Golden silk orb-weaver, found worldwide Giant house spider, common to Europe Fictional Some depictions of Anansi from African folklore Aragog from the book Harry Potter and the Chamber of S ...

Painkiller (disambiguation)

Painkiller: Hell & Damnation, a remake of the 2004 game Painkiller: Resurrection, an expansion pack for the 2004 game Painkiller video game, a 2004 first-person shooter for the PC and Xbox

Ten Little Niggers

Ten Little Niggers may refer to: And Then There Were None 1945 film, released in the UK as Ten Little Niggers Desyat Negrityat Ten Little Niggers, Russian: Десять негритят, released in 1987 Ten Little Indians, a modern childrens rhyme, a major va ...

Premio Lo Nuestro 2020

The 32nd Lo Nuestro Awards ceremony, presented and televised by American television network Univision y Las Estrellas, will recognize the most popular Spanish-language music of 2019 that was played on Uforia Audio Network during the year in 35 ca ...