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Tracer

Dye tracer TRACER cosmic ray detector Transition Radiation Array for Cosmic Energetic Radiation, a balloon-borne cosmic ray detector Fluorescent tracer, a substance such as 2-NBDG containing a fluorophore that is used for tracking purposes Tracer ...

High&Low The Movie 3 / Final Mission

High&Low The Movie 3 / Final Mission is a 2017 Japanese action film directed by Shigeaki Kubo and Tsuyoshi Nakakuki. Its the fourth film of the High&Low franchise, and as the final episode focusing on the war between yakuza organization K ...

The Peoples Fighters: Teofilo Stevenson and the Legend of Cuban Boxing

The Peoples Fighters: Teofilo Stevenson and the Legend of Cuban Boxing is a 2018 documentary film directed by Peter Berg and Diego Hurtado de Mendoza that aired on the Olympic Channel in the United States. Narrated by Peter Berg, the documentary ...

Giusy Versace

Giuseppina "Giusy" Versace is an Italian Paralympic athlete who competes in sprinting events in international level events and a television presenter and politician for the Forza Italia party in 2018.

Lars Johansson

Lars Johansson may refer to: Lars Johansson basketball Lars Johansson politician born 1950, member of the Riksdag Lars Johansson musician, lead guitarist of Swedish doom metal band Candlemass Lars Johansson ice hockey born 1987, Swedish ice hocke ...

Martin Johansson

Martin Johansson may refer to: Martin Johansson ice hockey, born 1977, Swedish ice hockey left winger for Jonstorps IF Martin Johansson bishop 1837-1908, Swedish bishop Martin Johansson orienteer, born 1984, bronze medalist at the world champions ...

Gymnastics (disambiguation)

Gymnastics is a type of sport. Gymnastics may also refer to: Display gymnastics, an activity involving between 6 and 150 people performing synchronized, choreographed routines. Artistic gymnastics, an Olympic event that includes vault, uneven bar ...

World Gymnaestrada 2007

The World Gymnaestrada 2007 took place from July 8 to July 14, 2007 in Dornbirn in Vorarlberg. Over 22.000 active gymnasts and their companions from 53 countries participated in this World Gymnaestrada. The event was characterized by the intense ...

AGG

Agg or AGG may refer to: As an acronym: Art Gallery of Guelph Abnormal grain growth, materials science phenomenon Anti-Grain Geometry, computer graphics rendering library Aesthetic group gymnastics, gymnastics In a group AGG programming language ...

Sheryl Wells

Sheryl, Lady Wells is a New Zealand sports administrator. She is the former manager of the national netball team, the Silver Ferns, and the past president of Netball New Zealand.

Gwamba

Gwamba is the youngest of four siblings. He spent most of his childhood in area 18, Lilongwe. In 2005 he and his friends formed a rap grouped called the Pittie Boys, before he started his solo career in 2009.

Elizabeth Watson

Elizabeth or Liz Watson may refer to: Bessie Watson 1900–1992, Scottish child suffragette and piper Elizabeth Watson police officer, American police chief Elizabeth Watson Shortland Street, television character Elizabeth Watson, English person co ...

Thomas OBrien

Thomas C. OBrien 1887–1951, American politician and lawyer Thomas P. OBrien born 1960, former United States Attorney for the Central District of California Thomas J. OBrien Massachusetts politician contemporary, Massachusetts State Representative ...

Jim Crow (disambiguation)

Jim Crow laws were state and local laws that enforced racial segregation in the Southern United States. Jim Crow or Jim Crowe may also refer to: Jim Crow economy, the economic system in parts of the United States where anti-black laws were in for ...

Fullback

Fullback gridiron football, in American and Canadian football gridiron, a position in the offensive backfield Fullback rugby union, a position behind the main line of backs in rugby union football Fullback, one of the Australian rules football po ...

Ten seconds

"Ten Seconds", a song by Ane Brun from the 2008 album Changing of the Seasons 10 Seconds song, a 2010 song by Jazmine Sullivan Ten Seconds was a progressive rock band that put out an album on Discipline Global Mobile records in 1996 "Ten Seconds" ...

Jonathan Brown

Jonathan Brown may refer to: Jonathan Daniel Brown born 1989, American actor Jonathan David Brown born 1955, American record producer and audio engineer Jonathan Brown Scottish footballer born 1990, Scottish association footballer Jonathan Brown ...

Robert Drummond

Robert Drummond or Bob Drummond may refer to: Robert Drummond businessman 1791–1834, early Canadian businessman Robert Hay Drummond 1711–1776, Archbishop of York Bob Drummond Australian footballer 1919–1991, Australian rules footballer Rob Drummo ...

Michael Byrne

Michael Byrne, a character on the BBC television series Waterloo Road Michael Byrne poet born 1978, Australian poet Mike Byrne musician born 1990, American drummer with Smashing Pumpkins Mike Byrne guitarist, American guitarist for The Methadones ...

Danny OBrien

Danny OBrien may refer to: Danny OBrien Australian rules footballer born 1980, former Australian rules footballer Danny OBrien footballer born 1996, English footballer for Finnish side SJK Danny OBrien journalist born 1969, British technology jou ...

Gary Williams (disambiguation)

Gary Williams is an American basketball player and coach. Gary or Garry Williams may also refer to: Gary Williams singer born 1970, English singer Gary Richard Williams 1942–2008, American wrestler who wrestled under the ring name Gary Hart wrest ...

Eligibility

Eligibility may refer to: Eligibility for the NBA draft NCAA eligibility, requirements to play college sports in the National Collegiate Athletic Association FIFA eligibility rules, requirement to play for a national team in association football ...

Hubbard

United States Hubbard County, Minnesota Hubbard, Indiana Hubbard, Rusk County, Wisconsin Hubbard, Dodge County, Wisconsin Hubbard Township, Polk County, Minnesota Hubbard, Texas Lake Ray Hubbard, a freshwater lake in Dallas and Rockwall County, T ...

CMAS

CMAS may stand for: Confederation Mondiale des Activites Subaquatiques, the international umbrella organization for underwater sports and recreational diving CMAS* SCUBA Diver, a diving certification Cytidine monophosphate N-acetylneuraminic acid ...

PFL Fight Night

PFL Fight Night was mixed martial arts event promoted by the Professional Fighters League that was held on November 2, 2017 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C.

PFL Daytona

PFL Fight Night was mixed martial arts event promoted by the Professional Fighters League that was held on June 30, 2017 at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. It was the first event to be promoted under the PFL name fol ...

Nazar Chepurnyi

Nazar Chepurnyi is a Ukrainian artistic gymnast. He participated in the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics and the 2019 Junior World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.

Faith Torrez

Faith Torrez is an American artistic gymnast. She became a member of the United States national team in 2020 and made her international debut at 2020 Gymnix International, winning two golds and a bronze.

David Booth

David Booth may refer to: David G. Booth born c. 1946, investment manager and donor to the University of Chicago and the University of Kansas David Booth priest 1907–1993, British priest and headmaster David A. Booth born 1938, British scientist ...

Coy

In the United States Coy, Alabama, an unincorporated community Coy, Arkansas, a small town in Lonoke County Coy, Missouri, an unincorporated community Elsewhere Coy Burn, a stream in Scotland Coy boy, a town in the municipality of Bengaluru, India

Charge

Charged Toshinori Kondo, Eraldo Bernocchi and Bill Laswell album Charge Machel Montano album Charge!!, an album by The Aquabats Charged Nebula album Charge David Ford album

Captain (disambiguation)

Captain is a rank or title for commander of a military unit, commander of a ship or other vessel, or leader of a unit or organization. Captain or The Captain may also refer to:

Squirt

Squirt, a character in the animated television series Miss Spiders Sunny Patch Friends Squirt TV, a public-access television cable TV channel Squirt, a baby sea turtle from the animated film Finding Nemo Squirt TV series, a New Zealand childrens ...

Kusa

Kusa or KUSA may refer to: KUSA TV, a television station channel 9 licensed to Denver, Colorado, United States Kusa, indigenous name of Beles River in Gumuz language Kusa, Latvia, a village in Madona District, Latvia Kennel Union of South Africa ...

Tin (disambiguation)

Corrugated galvanised iron, informal term Tin box, a boxlike tinplate container Tinning, coating a metal for soldering Tinplate, tin coated steel Tin can, a tinplate container

Pinocchio (disambiguation)

Pinocchio, a character from Gunslinger Girl manga and anime, 2002 and onward Pinocchio Shrek, a character from the Shrek media franchise Pinocchio Once Upon a Time also known as August W. Booth, a character from the ABC television series Once Upo ...

ARB

Administrative Review Board Labor of the US Department of Labor Air Resources Board, California Environmental Protection Agency Architects Registration Board, UK statutory body

Alignment

Stone alignment, a linear arrangement of upright, parallel megalithic standing stones Alignment archaeology, a co-linear arrangement of features or structures with external landmarks

List of World Class Championship Wrestling Supercard events

The Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex based professional wrestling promotion World Class Wrestling Association held produced and scripted a number of supercard shows. Matches from some of these shows were taped for future television shows. The World Cl ...

SFI

Students Federation of India, a left wing student organisation in India Sustainable Forestry Initiative, a forest certification standard and program of SFI Inc. Seattle Film Institute, a film school Swiss Finance Institute, a Swiss research and s ...

Alpine

Alpine refers to the Alps, a European mountain range, to the Alpine states associated with the mountain range, or relating to any lofty mountain areas. Alpine may also refer to:

Tom Marshall

Tom Marshall may refer to: Tom Marshall singer born 1963, American singer/songwriter known for his association with the band Phish Tom Marshall Bible teacher 1921–1993, international Bible teacher Tom Marshall basketball born 1931, basketball pla ...

John Holman

John Holman may refer to: John Holman NASCAR owner 1918–1975, former championship co-owner on the NASCAR circuit of Holman Moody team John Holman writer born 1951, American short story writer, novelist, and academic John Holman athlete, British h ...

Cecil Smith

Cecil Smith may refer to: Cecil Harcourt Smith 1859–1944, British archaeologist and museum director Cecil Smith footballer, born 1904 1904–1977, Welsh footballer Cecil Smith polo 1904–1999, American polo player Cecil Smith footballer, born 1907 1 ...

Triple H (disambiguation)

Triple H is the ring name of Paul Michael Levesque, an American business executive, professional wrestler, actor, and former bodybuilder. Triple H may also refer to: Triple H, a protocol for treating subarachnoid hemorrhage by inducing hypertensi ...

David Price

David Price East India Company officer 1762–1835, East India Company officer and orientalist David Price Royal Navy officer 1790–1854, British Rear Admiral at the Siege of Petropavlovsk

Nicholas P. Clark

Nicholas P. Clark is a former Australian professional cyclist, current Level 1 USAC licensed coach, and an entrepreneur. Racing and competing from the age of 13, he was active as a professional racer from 1994 till 2005 when he retired to become ...

RRA

RRA can refer to: Road Records Association, a British cycle racing organisation Rapid Rural Appraisal, a term for Participatory rural appraisal Russell Reynolds Associates, a global executive-search, and leadership and succession consulting firm. ...

William Flynn

William, Bill or Billy Flynn may refer to: Bill Flynn New Jersey politician born 1938, American politician in the New Jersey General Assembly Billy Flynn Chicago, fictional lawyer from the musical Chicago William "Billy" Flynn, responsible for th ...

Micklem

Micklem is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Caryl Micklem 1925–2003, English minister in the Congregational and United Reformed churches, hymn writer and religious broadcaster Nathaniel Micklem theologian 1888–1976, British the ...