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Nomanisan

Nomanisan can refer to four islands - one real, three fictional. All four islands were named as intentional puns on the famous quote by John Donne, "No man is an Iland, intire of it selfe." Nomanisan is a fictional island in the 2004 Pixar film T ...

Nereid (disambiguation)

A Nereid is a sea nymph in Greek mythology. Nereid or Nereids may also refer to: Nereid Avenue IRT White Plains Road Line, a station of the New York City Subway Nereid Avenue also known as East 238th Street; McLean Avenue in Yonkers, and West 5th ...

Lawki

Lawki may refer to the following things: Lawki, Tomaszow Lubelski County in Lublin Voivodeship east Poland Lawki, Masovian Voivodeship east-central Poland Lawki, Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Lawki, Lukow County in Lublin Voivodeship east Polan ...

Dehleez (2009 TV series)

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Tanya Leise

Tanya L. Leise is an American biomathematician specializing in the mathematical modeling of circadian rhythms and related phenomena such as jet lag and hibernation. She is a professor of mathematics at Amherst College.

St Francis (Strozzi)

St Francis is an undated and unfinished oil on canvas painting attributed to Bernardo Strozzi. It is housed in the parish church in Campagnola Cremasca. It has similarities to other paintings of Francis of Assisi by Strozzi now held in Genoa Pala ...

What About Us

What About Us may refer to: "What About Us" The Coasters song What About Us? Ruth-Ann Boyle album, or the title song "What About Us" Jodeci song "What About Us?" Brandy song "What About Us" Pink song "What About Us?", a song by John Barrowman fro ...

Concert Seasons of Bagheria

Concert Seasons of Bagheria is an initiative of the administration of the Italian city of Bagheria and Bagherias Associazione Culturale Bequadro, launched in 2017. Its objective is to promote and popularize music of the classical, opera, jazz, go ...

Frank Gannon

Frank Gannon, P.I. P.I., fictional character in the television program Saturday Night Live Frank Gannon, fictional character in the film Direct Action

Jaren Lewison

Jaren Lewison grew up in Dallas, Texas in a Jewish family. He has one sister named Mikayla. For 14 years, he attended Levine Academy, a Conservative Jewish day school in Dallas where his mom teaches kindergarten but graduated in 2019 from Pearce ...

Richard Masters

Richard Masters or variation, may refer to: Richard Master aka Richard Masters died 1588, a leading 16th-century English physician and personal doctor of Queen Elizabeth I of England Colonel Sir Richard Masters Gorham KB, CBE, DFC, JP 1917-2006 B ...

Beyond the Wall

Beyond the Wall may refer to: Beyond the Wall short story, by Ambrose Bierce Beyond the Walls 2012 film, French drama film Beyond the Walls TV series, 2015 French horror miniseries, originally titled Au-delà des Murs Beyond the Walls 1984 film, I ...

Give It Up

"Give It Up" Public Enemy song, 1994 "Give It Up", by Midtown from Forget What You Know "Give It Up" Hothouse Flowers song, 1990 "Give It Up", by Boney M. from Eye Dance "Give It Up", by The Jacksons from Triumph "Give It Up", by Talk from The Co ...

Last One Standing

"Last One Standing", by Cheryl from A Million Lights 2012 "Last One Standing", by Avalon Drive 2008 "The Last One Standing", by Ladytron from Witching Hour 2005 "Last One Standing", by Silent Civilian from Ghost Stories 2010 "Last One Standing", ...

Witchblade (disambiguation)

Witchblade is an American comic book series published by Top Cow Productions. Witchblade may also refer to: Witchblade: The Music, a 2004 compilation recording inspired by the TV series and comics Witchblade 2001 TV series, a 2001–2002 American t ...

Big Nate (TV series)

Big Nate is an upcoming American animated television series created for Nickelodeon, which will be a 26-episode series. The series has no scheduled air date. It follows the adventures of a boy and his friends in sixth grade. It is based on Big Na ...

Dead Horse

Dead Horse Bay, in Brooklyn, New York, U.S. Dead Horse Camp, in South America White Pass Trail, also called "Dead Horse Trail" Dead Horse Point State Park in Utah, U.S. Deadhorse, Alaska, a town in the United States Dead Horse Ranch State Park in ...

Red Robin (disambiguation)

Geranium robertianum, a plant species Red Robin Photinia x fraseri, a popular cultivar of the small tree and large shrub genus Photinia American robin Turdus migratorius, a common species of bird

Blackheart (disambiguation)

Blackheart is a Marvel Comics character. Blackheart may also refer to: Blackheart plant disease, a non-parasitic disease of the fruit of cultivated plants, such as tomatoes and potatoes, that causes them to rot from the inside. Blackheart, a 2001 ...

Roman Theater (Zaragoza)

The Roman Theater of Zaragoza is a theater from the Roman era, built in the first half of the 1st century AD, in the Age of Tiberius and Claudius. It had a capacity of 6.000 spectators and followed the model of the Theatre of Marcellus in Rome. I ...

Cut-out

Cut-out, cutout, or cut out may refer to: Naval boarding of a ship by small boats Cutout animation Cut out of a scene to make a film editing transition Texture bitmap with a transparent background used in 3D graphics to simulate complex geometry ...

Bolster (disambiguation)

A bolster is a type of pillow or cushion. Bolster may also refer to: Bolster knife, the thick metal portion of a knife joining the handle and the blade Bolster the Giant, a giant in Cornish legend A type of Chisel Bolster plate, part of a stampin ...

Trevi

Trevi, Umbria, a comune in Perugia province Trevi, Lazio, one of the official rioni or districts of the modern city of Rome Trevi nel Lazio, a comune in Frosinone province Trevi di Terni, a frazione of Terni, in Perugia province

Underwater World

Underwater World may refer to: UnderWater World Guam - oceanarium in Guam UnderWater World, Queensland - marine mammal park, oceanarium and wildlife sanctuary in Queensland, Australia The Aquarium of Western Australia AQWA, formerly Underwater Wo ...

Waimea

Waimea is a common place name in Hawaii and New Zealand. In Hawaiian, it means reddish water; in Māori it means forgotten or hidden stream. It may refer to:

Waterville

Waterville is the name of several places. In Russia Waterville Aquapark, a water park attached to the Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya Hotel, Saint Petersburg In the United States: Waterville, Washington Waterville, Minnesota Waterville, New York Watervil ...

Compton House

Compton Verney House, a mansion in Warwickshire Compton Beauchamp House, a mansion in Oxfordshire Compton House, in Wentworth, Virginia Water, Surrey - where Prajadhipok, King of Siam lived, and died in 1941 Compton House, Liverpool, a department ...

Segovellauni

They are mentioned as Sengalaunoì Σεγγαλαυνοὶ; var. σεταλλανοι by Ptolemy 2nd c. AD. A regio. Segovellaunorum is also attested by Pliny 1st c. AD. The name Segovellauni chiefs-of-victory stems from Gaulish sego- victory attached to uellaunos chie ...

Soundwave tattoos

Soundwave tattoos are tattoo designs created from audio clips. The tattoos can be scanned and played back via a smartphone app which translates the tattoos wavelengths into sound. The process was pioneered by an augumented reality app Skin Motion ...

Sleeve (disambiguation)

A sleeve can be: A sleeve gastrectomy, a surgical weight-loss procedure. A card sleeve used to protect trading cards from damage during play A tube into which another tube is inserted, which in the case of small tubes is called a thimble Sleeve, ...

Corneal opacity

Human cornea is a transparent membrane which allows light to pass through it. The word corneal opacification literally means loss of normal transparency of cornea. The term corneal opacity is used particularly for the loss of transparency of corn ...

Taper

Taper may refer to: Taper, a type of mens haircut see crew cut Taper insertion pin, used in body piercing In signal processing, a tapering function or window function Machine taper, in machinery and engineering A ratio used in aeronautics see Cho ...

Chapter and Verse

Chapter and Verse or Chapter & Verse may refer to: "Chapter and Verse", a song by Utopia from the 1982 new wave album Utopia Chapter and Verse Funeral for a Friend album, a 2015 post-hardcore album by Funeral for a Friend Chapter and Verse, a 198 ...

27 Miles Underwater

27 Miles Underwater is the second studio album by British hardcore punk band Higher Power. The album was released on 24 January 2020 through Roadrunner Records.

Montastruc

Montastruc is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Montastruc, Tarn-et-Garonne, in the Tarn-et-Garonne departement Montastruc-la-Conseillere, in the Haute-Garonne departement Montastruc, Lot-et-Garonne, in the Lot-et-Garonn ...

Klaus Werner Wedell

In the 1930s, Klaus fled to Britain from Nazi Germany. After the war, he studied Psychology at the University of Cambridge. Wedell worked in Bristol and Hull andd then was appointed to an academic post at the University of Birmingham. In 1979, he ...

Health Policy and Planning

Health Policy and Planning is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering the study of health policy and health services. It was established in 1986 and is published 10 times per year by Oxford University Press in association with the London Scho ...

Ben Jeffery (cricketer)

Benjamin Anthony Jeffery is an English former first-class cricketer. Jeffery was born at Camden in July 1991. He was educated at Charterhouse School, before going up to St Johns College, Oxford. He played first-class cricket while studying at Oxf ...

Owain Jones (cricketer)

Owain James Jones is an English former first-class cricketer. Jones was born at Brighton in September 1992. He was educated at Steyning Grammar School, before going up to St Edmund Hall, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he played first-class cri ...

Jamie Gnodde

James Spencer Drury Gnodde is an English former first-class cricketer. Gnodde was born at Westminster in November 1995. He was educated at Eton College, before going up to Pembroke College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford he played first-class c ...

Spinout

Spinout or Spin Out may refer to: Spinout driving, failure when braking Corporate spin-off, also known as a spin-out, a type of corporate action where a company turns a portion of itself into a separate business

DJ International Records

D.J. International Records was a Chicago record label founded in 1985 that specialized in house music, a type of electronic dance music. In the 1980s, DJ International Records released music by key house innovators such as Frankie Knuckles, Ron H ...

Raka Rasmi

Ni Gusti Ayu Raka Rasmi, also known as Raka Rasmi, was a Balinese dancer who introduced the stylized art of Balinese dance to the world. She was the youngest member of the Balinese dance troupe, the Bali Dancers, that was the first to perform in ...

Thu

Thu and variations may refer to: Tunghai University, a university in Taichung, Taiwan Thule Air Base IATA airport code Thû, an early name for Sauron in J.R.R. Tolkiens works Tsinghua University in China Thu, a dog belonging to the Claidi and Argu ...

Tegami

"Tegami / One Summer Time" 手紙, Brights 2nd single. "Tegami Haikei Jūgo no Kimi e" 手紙〜拝啓 十五の君へ〜, Letter: Greetings to a 15 Year Old, Angela Akis 8th single, released in 2008. "Tegami" 手紙, Hiromi Iwasakis 59th single, released in 200 ...

IID (disambiguation)

IID may refer to: A COM Interface ID Invoke Image Display an Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise IHE Integration Profile Internal Investigations Division in law enforcement Interaural intensity difference in determining the location of a sound ...

French ship Zodiaque (1756)

In 1778, Zodiaque was in the First Division of the White squadron in the fleet under Orvilliers. She took part in the Battle of Ushant on 27 July 1778 under La Porte Vezins, with Cice-Champion as first officer. The year after, the was attached to ...

HMAS Lolita

HMAS Lolita was a channel patrol boat operated by the Royal Australian Navy during World War II. She was one of thirteen similar vessels, known to Sydney siders as the Hollywood Fleet. Prior to the War, she was a private vessel built by W L Holme ...

Henderson Naval Base

Henderson Naval Base was a proposed and partially built naval base of the Royal Australian Navy south of Fremantle, Western Australia in what is now the suburbs of Naval Base and Henderson. Planned in 1911, construction of the base commenced in 1 ...

Dioctria hyalipennis

From England, introduced to Boston, Massachusetts area around 1916. Head: Upper head and top of head shiny black. Lower face has silvery-white pile. Mustache mystax white. Proboscis short, black. Antenna: Appears Y-shaped, segments about equal in ...