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Orangutan – human last common ancestor

The phylogenetic split of Hominidae into the subfamilies Homininae and Ponginae is dated to the middle Miocene, roughly 18 to 14 million years ago.

Then There Were Three (film)

Then There Were Three also known as Three Came Back is a 1961 black and white Italian war film produced and directed by as well as co-starring Alex Nicol with Frank Latimore and Barry Cahill.

The Secret Policemans Ball (disambiguation)

The Secret Policemans Ball may refer to: The Secret Policemans Ball 2008, the 2008 Amnesty benefit show and the spin-off TV special The Secret Policemans Balls DVD box set, a 3-disc compilation featuring performances recorded through the late 198 ...

The White Slave Trade

The White Slave Trade is a 1910 Danish silent drama film directed by August Blom. It is the only August Bloom movie from 1910 that has been preserved. The film produced by Nordisk Films was the companys first feature film and became a major sales ...

The Book Loft of German Village

The Book Loft is an independent bookstore located at 631 South Third Street in the German Village neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio. Opened in 1977 and described by the Columbus Business First as "iconic" and a "tourist destination", the store has a ...

Bar 25

Bar 25 was a techno club on the banks of the Spree River in Berlins Friedrichshain district. During the period of its existence from 2003 to 2010, it also achieved international fame within the techno music scene. The bar closed in September 2010 ...

Vedat Turkali

Abdulkadir "Demirkan" Pirhasan, known by his pen name as Vedat Turkali, was a Turkish screenwriter, novelist, playwright, intellectual, teacher and the member of the Democratic Peoples Party. He is also credited to "film director" for making thre ...

Cinando

Cinando is an online database of film projects and professional networking and streaming service for film industry personnel and companies run by the Marche du Film of the Cannes Film Festival. Attendees of the Marche and some other film markets ...

Rookie of the Year

Rookie of the Year may refer to: Rookie of the Year band, an indie rock band from Fayetteville, North Carolina Rookie of the Year film, a 1993 film starring Thomas Ian Nicholas Rookie of the Year album by rapper Ya Boy "Rookie of the Year", a son ...

Let the Good Times Roll

Let the Good Times Roll may refer to: "Let the Good Times Roll", a two-song single by Swedish indie pop band My darling YOU! "Let the Good Times Roll" Louis Jordan song, a 1946 song by Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five "Let the Good Times Roll" S ...

Restless Night

"Restless Night", The Incredible String Band from Earthspan "Restless Nights", song by Scorpions B-side of Wind of Change, from album Crazy World "Restless Nights", by Bruce Springsteen from Tracks Bruce Springsteen album "Restless Night" לילה לא ...

Kevin McLeod

Kevin McLeod footballer, born 1980, English footballer Kevin McLeod American football born 1974, football player Kevin McLeod Australian footballer born 1949, Australian footballer for Footscray

Prince Caspian (disambiguation)

Prince Caspian is a 1951 childrens novel by C. S. Lewis. Prince Caspian can also refer to: Prince Caspian, a song by American band, Phish, from their album, Billy Breathes The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, a 2008 film based on the novel P ...

Never Let Me Go

Never Let Me Go 2010 film, based on the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro Never Let Me Go novel, a 2005 novel by Kazuo Ishiguro Never Let Me Go 1953 film, a romance starring Clark Gable and Gene Tierney

Christine

Christine novel, 1983, by Stephen King Christine 1958 film, based on Schnitzlers play Liebelei Christine 1983 film, based on Kings novel of the same name Christine book, 1917, by Elizabeth von Arnim Christine musical, 1960 Christine 2016 film, ab ...

Round Midnight

Round Midnight or Round Midnight may refer to: Round Midnight Kenny Burrell album, 1972 Round Midnight Time-Life album, a 2008 R&B compilation album Round Midnight Elkie Brooks album, 1993 Round Midnight Philly Joe Jones album, recorded 1969 ...

Tears of Joy

Tears of Joy, Tears of Sorrow, TV movie starring John Forsythe 1986 Tears of Joy Theatre "Tears of Joy", TV episode Mia and Me, 2012 "Tears of Joy", TV episode Grace Under Fire, 1994

Love on the Rocks

Love on the Rocks may refer to: "Love on the Rocks", a song by Poison from their 1988 album Open Up and Say. Ahh! "Love on the Rocks with No Ice", a song by The Darkness from Permission to Land "Love on the Rocks" Neil Diamond song, a 1980 song b ...

Skidoo

Skidoo may refer to: from this, skidoo as a generic term for all snowmobiles in much of Canada and other parts of the world Ski-Doo, a brand of snowmobiles produced by Bombardier Recreational Products An action used in the TV series Blues Clues t ...

The Decalogue (soundtrack)

The Decalogue is a 2017 soundtrack album to the Justin Peck ballet of the same name, by Timo Andres and Sufjan Stevens. The album was released by Asthmatic Kitty to mixed reviews. The ballet debuted in 2017 with the New York City Ballet.

Tenny Wright

Tenny Wright was an American stuntman and film director. From 1929 he worked for Warner Brothers, and in 1934 was promoted to production manager where he "became an integral part of the moviemaking process".

Jean Sothern

Jean Sothern was an American actress in silent films, vaudeville, and radio. She had leading roles in silent films and became popular before World War I.

Lester F. Scott Jr.

Lester F. Scott Jr. was an American film producer of the silent and early sound eras. He specialized in producing western films, many of them directed by Richard Thorpe.

Jack Donovan (actor)

Jack Donovan was an American film actor. He was active in feature films and serials during the silent and early sound eras, playing a mixture of lead and supporting roles.

Jece Valadão

Jece Valadão, pseudonym of Gecy Valadão, was a Brazilian actor, director and producer. He became known by his cafajeste roles in films such as Rio 40 graus, and Os Cafajestes.

Marquee

Marquee may refer to: Marquee element, an HTML tag that makes text scroll across the page as if on a marquee Marquee TV series, 1979 Canadian drama television series Marquee tent, a large tent, generally used as a temporary building Marquee Club, ...

Manoj Tiger

Manoj Singh Tiger, popularly known as Manoj Tiger, is an Indian film actor mainly active in Bhojpuri films. He is famous for his Comics roles in Films. He has worked as main villain in several Bhojpuri films. He is also worked in Bollywood film s ...

Dami Elebe

Dami Elebe is a Nigerian screenwriter known for web series like Skinny Girl In Transit and Rumour Has It. She is an on-air personality, an artist and a musician. Dami studied advertising and art.

Sev Ohanian

Sevak Ohanian is an Armenian-American film producer and screenwriter. He is best known as the co-writer and producer of the films Searching and Run, as well as a co-producer on the film Fruitvale Station.

Emotional Rescue (FBI)

Emotional Rescue is the nineteenth episode of the second season of FBI. It is also the season finale. It aired on March 31, 2020. The episode was written by Rick Eid and Joe Halpin and directed by Monica Raymund. The episode included a crossover ...

Flo Milli

Tamia Ivoryav Carter, known professionally as Flo Milli, is an American rapper and songwriter. She is best known for her 2019 breakout single, "Beef FloMix", which received over 33 million plays on Spotify to date. She is currently signed to RCA ...

Sunset Suburbia

Sunset Suburbia is a studio album by Australian rock musician, Diesel. The album was announced on 4 May 2020, alongside the release of the single "On the Inside", and set for release on 28 August 2020. The album was preceded by two extended plays ...

Working Man (disambiguation)

Working Man Trilogy, three American gay pornographic films of the late 1970s Working Man film, a 2020 American drama film The Working Man, a 1933 American film

No Strings Attached

No Strings Attached may refer to: No Strings Attached: Music from the Motion Picture No Strings Attached 2011 film, a romantic comedy No Strings Attached Tour No Strings Attached NSYNC album, 2000 No Strings Attached 1997 film, directed by Josef ...

Conjuration (disambiguation)

Conjuration is the act of calling upon or summoning a spirit, demon, god or other supernatural agent, in the Western mystery tradition. Conjuration or Conjuring may also refer to:

Brown House

sorted by state then city/town Jeremiah Brown House and Mill Site, Rising Sun, Maryland Brown–Ellis House, Highland, New York Roger Brown Home and Studio, Chicago, Illinois, listed on the NRHP Moses Brown House, Eldersburg, Maryland Brown–Hodgkin ...

Palazzo Sacchetti

Palazzo Sacchetti is a palazzo in Rome, important for historical and artistic reasons. The building was designed and owned by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger and completed by Nanni di Baccio Bigio or his son Annibale Lippi. After Sangallo, the pa ...

Giovanni III Visconti

In early 1450, after the brief interlude of the Ambrosian Republic, Francesco Sforza, son-in-law of the late Duke Filippo Maria Visconti, conquered Milan. While attending the Jubilee of August 3, 1450, the previous Archbishop of Milan, Enrico Ram ...

J. Clifford MacDonald

J. Clifford MacDonald was an American businessman and philanthropist. MacDonald was owner of a printing company and served as president of the Arc of the United States, then named the National Association for Retarded Children. In 1963, MacDonald ...

Franklinton Post Office

The Franklinton Post Office is a historic building in the Franklinton neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Also known as the David Deardurff House, it was built of hand-hewed logs by D ...

Burt (disambiguation)

United States Burt County, Nebraska Burt, North Dakota, an unincorporated community Burt Lake, Michigan Burt, Iowa, a city Burt Township, Cheboygan County, Michigan Burt Township, Alger County, Michigan Burt, Michigan, a census-designated place B ...

John Acton

John Acton is the name of: Sir John Acton, 6th Baronet 1736–1811, prime minister of Naples John Acton MP for Droitwich UK Parliament constituency in 1597 John Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton 1834–1902, English historian John Lyon-Dalberg-Acton, 5t ...

John Morley (disambiguation)

John Morley died 1565, MP for Lewes John Morley 15th century MP for Lancashire Sir John Morley died 1622 1572–1622, English MP for New Shoreham and Chichester John Morley Vermont politician born 1970 John Morley died 1587, English MP for Wycombe ...

Charmaine Papertalk Green

Charmaine Papertalk Green is an Indigenous Australian poet. As Charmaine Green she works a visual and installation artist. Green is a Yamaji woman, born in 1962 at Eradu near Geraldton in Western Australia.

Quintilla (poetry)

A quintilla is a Spanish stanza of five octosyllabic lines. It employs two rhymes and no three consecutive lines may rhyme nor may it end in a couplet. The most common scheme is abaab, but abbab, aabab, ababa and aabba are also permitted. It is s ...

History of Columbus, Ohio

Columbus, the capital city of Ohio, was founded on the east bank of the Scioto River in 1812. The city was founded as its capitol, beside the town of Franklinton, since incorporated into Columbus. The citys early history was gradual, as residents ...

SQ

SQ, Sq, or sq may stand for: Psychology: Systemizing quotient, a measure of a persons neurological tendency to systemize Social intelligence quotient, a statistical abstraction of social intelligence Other uses in science and technology: SQ progr ...

Mark XIV

Mark XIV or Mark 14 often refers to the 14th version of a product, frequently military hardware. "Mark", meaning "model" or "variant", can be abbreviated "Mk." Mark XIV or Mark 14 can specifically refer to:

Everybody (play)

Everybody is a play written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. It is a modern adaptation of the 15th-century morality play Everyman, one of the first recorded plays in the English language. The play premiered Off-Broadway at the Irene Diamond Stage at Si ...

O Licht der wunderbaren Nacht

O Licht der wunderbaren Nacht is a Christian Easter hymn by Georg Thurmair written in 1963. It was part of the German Catholic hymnal Gotteslob of 1975 as GL 208, with a melody from the 14th century. It is part of the second edition of the Gottes ...