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S.W. Randall Toyes and Giftes

S.W. Randall Toyes and Giftes is a toy store which was established in 1970. It is a specialty toy and gift shop with headquarters located in downtown Pittsburgh, selling old-fashioned, idiosyncratic, and nostalgic toys, along with modern toys. Th ...

Nickelodeon (disambiguation)

Nickelodeon is an American cable TV channel. Nickelodeon may also refer to: Nickelodeon movie theater, an early 20th-century form of small neighborhood movie theater

Eddy Goldfarb

A. Eddy Goldfarb is an American toy inventor, best known for inventing Yakity Yak Teeth, Battling Tops, Vac-u-form, KerPlunk, and Stompers.

Miniature meriam kecil

Miniature meriam kecil is a type of very small cannon found on the Indonesian archipelago. Usually the length of these cannons is between 10 to 60 cm, with a caliber of 15 or 16 mm, and has been around for hundreds of years. They are designed and ...

Decade (disambiguation)

A decade is a set of ten or an interval of length ten. The most common use is to refer to a period of ten years. Decade, Decad, or Decades may also refer to:

Simon Arizpe

Simon Arizpe served as the senior paper engineer and illustrator for the studios of Robert Sabuda and Matthew Reinhart for a decade. He has worked on over 40 pop-up books. Simon is the professor of paper engineering and three dimensional design a ...

Believe

Believe may refer to: Belief, a psychological state in which an individual holds a proposition or premise to be true, with or without proof for such proposition Faith, a belief in something which has not been proven

David Wood

David Wood New Zealand musician, musician with Straitjacket Fits David Duffield Wood 1838–1910, American composer, educator, and musician David Wood actor born 1944, English actor and playwright

Peggy Shepard

Peggy Shepard is co-founder and executive director of the not-for-profit WE ACT for Environmental Justice in New York in the USA. She has been involved with organizing environmental protection campaigns in and around New York since the 1980s, and ...

Robert MacNeil (disambiguation)

Robert MacNeil is a Canadian-American novelist and television news anchor and journalist. Robert MacNeil or McNeil or McNeill or McNeal may also refer to: Robert B. McNeill 1915–1975, Presbyterian minister Bob McNeill born 1938, basketball player ...

John McNeill

John McNeill may refer to: John McNeill botanist born 1933, British and Canadian botanist and museum director John J. McNeill 1925–2015, priest, former Jesuit, psychotherapist and academic theologian John McNeill New South Wales politician 1872–1 ...

Peter Newman

Peter Newman may refer to: Peter C. Newman born 1929, Canadian journalist who emigrated from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia Peter Kenneth Newman 1928–2001, English economist, historian of economic thought Peter Newman film producer, American film p ...

William Rodgers (disambiguation)

Bill Rodgers, Baron Rodgers of Quarry Bank is a British politician. William or Bill Rodgers may also refer to: William Ledyard Rodgers 1860–1944, American naval officer and historian Bill Rodgers runner born 1947, American marathon runner Bill Ro ...

ADAS

ADAS company, an environmental consultancy in the UK Advanced driver-assistance systems, electronic systems that aid a vehicle driver while driving AWOS Data Acquisition System, an FAA computer system used with automated airport weather stations ...

David Carpenter (disambiguation)

David Carpenter is an American serial killer. David Carpenter may also refer to: David Aaron Carpenter born 1986, violist David Carpenter baseball, born 1985, baseball player David Carpenter cricketer born 1935, English cricketer David Carpenter ...

Charles Lee

Charles Lee Australian politician 1842–1926, Minister for Justice, 1898–1899, and Secretary for Public Works, 1899 Charles Lee Attorney General 1758–1815, lawyer and United States Attorney General Charles Lee Hong Kong politician born 1936, forme ...

Patrick Moore (disambiguation)

Sir Patrick Moore was an English astronomer, co-founder of the Society for Popular Astronomy. Patrick, Paddy or Pat Moore may also refer to:

History of health care

History of health care may refer to History of psychiatric institutions History of pharmacy History of water supply and sanitation History of health care reform in the United States History of veterinary medicine Timeline of nursing history Histo ...

Golla

Golla may refer to: Golla company, a Finnish design company making cases and bags for portable electronics Golla caste, a caste from Andhra Pradesh, India

Floor (disambiguation)

Floor gymnastics, a specially prepared exercise surface Storey, a level of a building Flooring, a permanent covering of a floor, or the work of installing such Floor legislative, the place where members of a legislature sit and make speeches

Douglas Adams (disambiguation)

Douglas Adams was an English writer and dramatist. Douglas or Doug Adams may also refer to: Doug Adams American football 1949–1997, American football player Douglas Q. Adams, Indo-Europeanist professor of English Doug Adams music journalist, musi ...

Pre-Indo-European

Pre-Indo-European means "preceding Indo-European". It may refer to various languages or linguistic or archaeological hypotheses depending on the context: Pre-Proto-Indo-European: for internal reconstruction aiming at the recovery of a stage earli ...

Aryan language

Aryan language occurs in works published in the 19th century and 20th century to mean: Very old Indo-European languages. The Avestan language In works published in the late 19th century and early 20th century, this term in the plural was sometime ...

Pontic

Pontic Greek, a form of the Greek language originally spoken by the Pontic Greeks see above Pontic languages, the hypothetical language family linking the Northwest Caucasian and Indo-European languages, and Proto-Pontic, the Pontic proto-languag ...

Bodrogkeresztur culture

The Bodrogkeresztur culture was a middle Copper Age culture which flourished in Hungary from 4000 to 3600 BC. The Bodrogkeresztur culture is best known for its seventy cemeteries. Which show clear genetic links with the preceding Tiszapolgar cult ...

Fyell brezi

The fyell brezi, also known as fyell shoke or fyell bariu is an aerophone end-blown instrument traditionally played throughout Albania and other Albanian inhabited lands. The instrument is commonly associated with shepherds of the Albanian highla ...

Ethnicity (disambiguation)

Ethnicity is the common characteristics of a group of people. Ethnicity may also refer to: Pan-ethnicity, a particular concept in ethnic studies Mono-ethnicity, singular ethnic identity Ethnicity United States Census, ethnicity as defined by the ...

Ronald Lee (disambiguation)

Ronald Lee is a Canadian Romani writer, linguist and activist. Ronald Lee may also refer to: Ronnie Lee born 1951, British animal rights activist and the founder of the Animal Liberation Front Ron Lee American football born 1953, NFL running back ...

Antonije Arnojev Arnot

Antonije Arnojev Arnot was a Serbian educational theorist and reformer. He was a lawyer by profession who also worked as a translator, writer, publisher, publicist, and professor at lyceums in both Kragujevac and in Belgrade.He is regarded as one ...

All the Kings Men (disambiguation)

All the Kings Men is a 1946 novel by Robert Penn Warren. All the Kings Men may also refer to: All the Kings Men 2006 film, a 2006 film adaptation of the Warren novel starring Sean Penn, Jude Law, Kate Winslet, and Anthony Hopkins All the Kings Me ...

Carol Shields Prize for Fiction

The Carol Shields Prize for Fiction is a North American literary award, created in 2020 to honour literature by women. The annual prize will award 0.000 to the winning work and.500 to each of the shortlisted finalists, making it one of the worlds ...

Dren

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KIR

Kir Bulychev, Russian writer Kir, a character in Detective Conan Kir Nesis 1934–2003, Russian biologist Felix Kir 1876–1968, priest in the French Resistance Kir Fard, Armenian nobleman of the 12th–13th centuries

Year Zero (disambiguation)

Year Zero album, a 2007 album by Nine Inch Nails Year Zero game, an alternate reality game based on the album Year Zero Remixed, a remix album by Nine Inch Nails Year Zero, a 2004 album by Slam band "Year Zero", a song by Thirty Seconds to Mars Y ...

731 (disambiguation)

731 was a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar. It may also refer to: 731 BC, the ninth year of the 730s BC decade Unit 731, a covert biological and chemical warfare research and development unit of the Imperial Japanese Army 731 ...

Rog (disambiguation)

Ronan OGara born 1977, nickname of Irish former rugby union player Michel Rog born 1973, Dutch politician and trade union leader Marko Rog born 1995, Croatian footballer Rog Phillips, a pen name of American science fiction writer Roger Phillips G ...

Tuna (disambiguation)

A nickname for Jim Halpert in U.S. television series The Office Tuna, a drug dealer in Blow film Tuna, comics character Tsuna Sawada Charlie the Tuna, corporate mascot

The Hero

The Hero, US title of Bloomfield, a 1971 British-Israeli drama The Hero 1917 film, an American silent comedy starring Oliver Hardy The Hero 2004 film, an Angolan war drama The Hero, English language title of Nayak, a 1966 Bengali drama by Satyaji ...

The Observer (disambiguation)

The Bangladesh Observer 1949-2010 The Daily Observer Antigua, the only daily newspaper of Antigua and Barbuda, est. 1993 The Daily Observer Bangladesh, est. 2011 Sunday Observer Sri Lanka The Daily Observer, in Gambia The Jamaica Observer, a dail ...

Juan Romero

Juan Romero is the name of: Juan Carlos Romero sport shooter born 1963, Guatemalan sport shooter the subject of "The Transition of Juan Romero", a 1910 short story by American horror fiction writer H. P. Lovecraft Juan Romero 1950-2018, subject o ...

The Five

The Five gods, a group of five gods in Trudi Canavans Age of the Five trilogy The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper, a 2019 non-fiction book The Famous Five novel series, a childrens novel series by Enid Blyton

SW

Air Namibia, IATA airline code Silk Way Airlines, an Azerbaijani private cargo airline Smith & Wesson, S&W, a firearms manufacturer Sierra Wireless, Inc., TSX Slimming World, a weight loss company Southern Winds Airlines, a defunct Argentine ...

Frontera

Argentina Frontera, Santa Fe, a town in Castellanos Department, Santa Fe province Chile La Frontera, Chile, a geographical region in Chile, bordering on Araucania Mexico Frontera Municipality, a municipality in Coahuila state Fronteras, Sonora Fr ...

Odon

Odon may refer to: People Odon de Pins, Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller Jorge Odon, Argentine mechanic and inventor Odon of Greater Poland, duke of Greater Poland Odon Bacque, American politician and non-fiction writer Places Odon river, ...

Fenix

Fênix 2005 Futebol Clube, a Brazilian football club Fenix video game player, South Korea professional League of Legends player Club Atletico Fenix, an Argentine football club Fenix wrestler born 1990, Mexican professional wrestler Centro Atletico ...

Invasion (disambiguation)

An invasion is a military action of soldiers entering a foreign land. Invasion or invader may also refer to any act of "going into" Invasion cancer, the spread of cancer to surrounding tissues In archaeology, of prehistoric cultures, see Migratio ...

Beyond the Horizon

Beyond the Horizon may refer to: Beyond the Horizon Mas Alla del Horizonte, an Argentine telenovela Beyond the Horizon, a 1942 science fiction novel by Robert A. Heinlein Beyond the Horizon film, a 2005 Myanmar film Beyond the Horizon, a 2009 doc ...

The Gap

Fort Indiantown Gap, a US Army fort located in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania The Gap Fergus County, Montana, in the list of mountain passes in Montana

Thoros

Thoros may refer to: Historical figures Thoros the Younger, alternate term for Leo II, King of Armenia, son of Thoros III Thoros I of Armenia ruling 1102–1129 Thoros III of Armenia ruling 1293–1298 Thoros of Edessa died 9 March 1098 Thoros II of ...

Karin

Karin Dragon Ball, a character in Dragon Ball media Karin manga or Chibi Vampire, a Japanese media franchise Karin Kanzuki, a character in Street Fighter media Karin Aoi, a character in DNA2 Squared media Karin Naruto, a character in Naruto media ...