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Manassas (wargame)

Manassas was designed by Tom Eller, who subsequently founded Historical Concepts in order to publish it. The game was illustrated by Rodger B. MacGowan. In 1976, Game Designers Workshop bought the rights to Manassas and republished it.

Stellar Crusade

Stellar Crusade is a 4X strategy video game released in 1988 by Strategic Simulations. Players control one or both of two spacefaring empires at war with each other, depending on whether it is played in a single-player campaign or multiplayer.

JagdPanther (magazine)

In 1973, while a student at Texas Tech, Stephen V. Cole started playing PanzerBlitz, a tactical-level World War II wargame published by Avalon Hill. Cole grew so enamored of the game that he conceived of a series of variants and expansions that h ...

Stone of Destiny

Stone of Scone, the coronation stone of Scottish monarchs Pedra fadada Stone of Destiny, stone that Goidel Glas chose as his seat in Hispania Lia Fail Stone of Destiny, a monolithic stone in Ireland

Boots of Destiny

Boots of Destiny is a 1937 American Western film written and directed by Arthur Rosson. The film stars Ken Maynard, Claudia Dell, Vince Barnett, Ed Cassidy, Martin Garralaga and George Morrell. The film was released on July 16, 1937, by Grand Nat ...

Viking Destiny

A Viking Princess Demetriou is forced to flee her kingdom after being framed for the murder of her father, the King. Under the guidance of the Odin, Terence Stamp, she travels the world gaining wisdom and building the army she needs to win back h ...

Threads of Destiny (disambiguation)

Threads of Destiny is a 2006 cell phone novel series by Mei that was adapted into a television and film project of the same name in 2008. "Threads of Destiny" or "Thread of Destiny" may also refer to: Threads of Destiny 1914 film, a 1914 film sta ...

Lords of Destiny (game)

Lords of Destiny was a play-by-mail game created by Maelstrom Games in the early 1990s. It was a "low to moderately complex" game of space conquest for twelve players involving characters, fleets and space battle. The game also injected humor int ...

Hardwick

Hardwick and Hardwicke are common place names in England - this is from the Old English pre-7th century word "heorde", meaning a "herd or flock", with "wic", which like the later Viking word "thorp" described an outlying farm or settlement, which ...

HFL

Hume Football League, an Australian rules football in New South Wales, Australia Hills Football League, an Australian rules football league in South Australia Hokushinetsu Football League, an association football league in Japan Highland Football ...

SML

Sammarinese lira, ISO 4217 code Security market line, a representation of the capital asset pricing model Sistema de Pagamentos em Moeda Local, local currency payment system

Saltoria gens

The gens Saltoria was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. No members of this gens are mentioned in ancient writers, but a few are known from inscriptions, including two from Alba Fucens in Sabinum.

One-derful Records

One-derful Records was an independent R&B and soul label based in Chicago. Founded by George Leaner in 1962, One-derful was one of the few black-owned labels in Chicago until its demise in 1968. The label is most known for the release of "Sha ...

Byte (service)

Byte is an American short-form video hosting service where users post 6-second looping videos. It was created by a development team led by Dom Hofmann as a successor to a now-defunct service that he co-founded, named Vine. Byte was referred to as ...

Marionette (disambiguation)

Marionette 1939 film, an Italian film Marionette 2017 film, a South Korean film Marionettes film, a 1936 Soviet film directed by Yakov Protazanov

BBC Three (disambiguation)

BBC Three HD, HD channel that broadcast from 2013 before the normal BBC Three channel moved online in February 2016 Related to the former British television channel BBC Three idents, a list of idents before the channel moved online in February 20 ...

Astar (disambiguation)

Astar may refer to: Astar god, astral god Astar, a New Zealand news presenter Astar game, two-player abstract strategy board game ASTAR company a Spanish firearms company Agency for Science, Technology and Research, a statutory board of Singapore ...

Crawler

Crawler may refer to: "Crawlers" Into the Dark, an episode of the second season of Into the Dark Crawler BEAM in robotics A first-instar nymph of a scale insect that has legs and walks around before it attaches itself and becomes stationary Web c ...

Disruptor

Disruptor may refer to: Disruptor software, an open-source software technology Disruptor video game, is a video game for the Sony PlayStation A catalyst of disruptive innovation Photonic Disruptor, a model of the Dazzler non-lethal directed radia ...

Bushmaster

Bushmaster M4-type Carbine, a carbine in the XM-15 family Bushmaster M17S, a semi-automatic bullpup rifle Bushmaster Arm Pistol, a 5.56×45mm NATO weapon classified as either a long pistol or short rifle Bushmaster XM-15, a line of AR-15 pattern r ...

Frag

Fragging, deliberate killing of an unpopular member of ones own fighting unit, occasionally using a fragmentation grenade Fragmentation grenade, or frag, in military, a type of hand grenade Any similar weapons based on the fragmentation effect Ai ...

Harpy (disambiguation)

Harpy Xishuangbanna Theme Park, a steel roller coaster in China Betty Ross or Harpy, a character in Marvel Comics Harpy, a character in Puyo Harpies film, a 2007 American television film Harpy DC Comics mythical, a character in DC Comics introduc ...

Luigi (disambiguation)

Luigi name, an Italian given name, includes a list of people with that name Luigi Verderame, Belgian singer usually known just as Luigi Abbot Luigi, a talking statue in Rome

William Elvin Jackson

William Elvin Jackson was an aviation electronics engineer who contributed to the fields of aeronautical navigation, communications and air traffic control. William Jackson graduated from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. The yearbook ...

Replicator

Replicator self-replication, a component that facilitates self-replication DNA replication, the process of producing two identical copies from one original DNA molecule Replicator evolution unit, the theoretical basic unit of evolution in the gen ...

Unnatural Selection

Unnatural Selection: Why the Geeks Will Inherit the Earth 2013, non-fiction book by Mark Roeder Unnatural Selection Buffy novel, a 1999 original novel based on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer Unnatural Selection 2006, Gideon Oliver ...

Proving ground (disambiguation)

Proving ground is a facility for testing new technologies or tactics. These can be civilian or military. Proving Ground may also refer to: Proving Ground, a television series airing on the G4 channel. Endgame: Proving Ground - Game by Niantic Lab ...

SGC

Swan-Ganz catheter, a type of pulmonary artery catheter Structural Genomics Consortium Salivary gland carcinoma, a type of oral cancer Soluble guanylate cyclase sGC Satellite ground station Server-Gated Cryptography

Red Ring

Phellinus pini, red ring rot, a fungus Red ring disease, caused by the nematode Bursaphelenchus cocophilus Bicyclus anisops, red ring bush brown, a butterfly Hestina assimilis, red ring skirt, a butterfly

Mr. Wonderful

"Mr. Wonderful" 1955 song, the title song from the musical Mr. Wonderful Fleetwood Mac album, 1968 "Mr. Wonderful" Smile.dk song, 1998 Mr. Wonderful musical, starring Sammy Davis, Jr. Mr. Wonderful Johnny "Hammond" Smith album, 1963 Mr. Wonderful ...

Mr. E

Mr. E may refer to: Nathan Ellery, a DC comics character who masterminded the murder of Alec Holland "Mr. E", a song by Red Velvet from the 2018 EP Summer Magic A ring name of professional wrestler Abe Zvonkin while masked Mister E Timely Comics, ...

Blue box (disambiguation)

MXR Blue Box, an octave effect for electric guitars Link Trainer or Blue Box, a flight simulator Blue Box, a Mac OS 8 emulation layer from the Rhapsody OS which became the Mac OS X Classic Environment BlueBox Debugger - a debugger for debugging e ...

5P

5P or 5-P may refer to: 5p, an arm of Chromosome 5 human 5p- or chromosome 5p deletion syndrome; see Cri du chat 5p, abbreviation for Five pence Five pence British decimal coin Five pence Irish decimal coin 5 pillars in several contexts 5P, NASA ...

Splashdown (disambiguation)

A splashdown is the landing of a spacecraft or satellite in a body of water. Splashdown may also refer to: Splashdown log flume Splashdown band, a rock / trip hop band from Massachusetts Splashdown Transformers, a Transformers character Splashdow ...

Romantic Call Centre

Romantic Call Centre, or the full name We Will Sing Your Requested Songs - Romantic Call Centre is a South Korean reality television show. This is the follow-up show of Mr Trot, casting 7 top winners of the now-defunct programme. The programme wa ...

Kirkland Lake Gold

Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. is a Canadian gold mining company, based in Toronto, that owns and operates several gold mines in Canada and Australia. It was founded in 1988 as Goldpac Investments, and then operated as Brimstone Gold Corp. between 1994 ...

Stephenie Landry

Stephenie Landry is an American business executive and vice president of Amazon. She is in charge of Amazon Prime Now and AmazonFresh, and she previously led Amazon Restaurants before the service was discontinued in 2019. She led the creation and ...

Evermist

Evermist was a chapbook-sized fanzine that featured poetry and short stories with a fantasy theme, as well as reviews and letters. It was published by David Warren of Labelle, Florida from Spring 1975 to Summer 1978. Volume 3, No. 1 Winter 1976 w ...

Masis

Masis or Massis may refer to: Massis Constantinople periodical, an Armenian Ottoman publication 1852-1908, first established as Hayasdan, published in Constantinople now Istanbul Massis weekly, an Armenian publication in Los Angeles, CA Mount Ara ...

Open air

Open air may refer to: Open-air cinema or outdoor cinema Open Air Campaigners, an evangelistic ministry of preaching the gospel to non-Christian people Open Air, a BBC television program Open-air concert, a concert taking place outside Open-air t ...

Lost Cove

Lost Cove, Tennessee: A small valley in southern Tennessee near the Alabama border. It is noted for its history including Native American and Appalachian Settlements as well as its natural formations including Caves and Sinkholes. Lost Cove, Nort ...

Teufelsloch

Teufelsloch may refer to: Teufelsloch ravine, a ravine in the Swabian Jura near Bad Boll, Baden-Wurttemberg Teufelsloch doline, a doline in the southern Black Forest in Germany near Rheinfelden, Baden-Wurttemberg. The Teufelshohle Steinau, near S ...

Cima delle Saline

Cima delle Saline literally means Summit of the salt marshes. The name comes the neighbouring Passo delle Saline, a mountain pass which was used in the past by marchants in order to bring into the Po Plain the salt produced by the Mediterranean sea.

The Source (Courbet)

The Source is a mid 19th-century painting by French artist Gustav Courbet. Done in oil on canvas, the painting depicts a nude women in a stream. Courbets work is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Atlantean

As an adjective, Atlantean means "of or pertaining to Atlas or Atlantis". Atlantean may also refer to: Leyland Atlantean, a model of double-decker bus Atlantean language, a constructed language created for Disneys film Atlantis: The Lost Empire A ...

Tin Man

Tin Man may refer to: Ted McMinn born 1962, footballer nicknamed The Tin Man Tinsmith, a tinman or worker tin Tinman born 1961, British electronic musician Tin Woodman, a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum

Beneath the Surface

An Dara Craiceann: Beneath The Surface, a 1995 album by Irish singer Padraigin Ni Uallachain Beneath the Surface Balligomingo album, a 2002 album by Balligomingo Beneath the Surface, a 1996 album by Incognito Beneath the Surface record label, a r ...

Learning curve (disambiguation)

A learning curve is a relationship of the duration or the degree of effort invested in learning and experience with the resulting progress, considered as an exploratory discovery process. Learning Curve may also refer to: Learning Curve Brands, a ...

The Powers That Be

The powers that be is a phrase that refers to those individuals or groups who collectively hold authority over a particular domain The powers that be may also refer to:

The Devil You Know

"The devil you know" is a reference to the proverb "better the devil you know than the devil you dont", describing ambiguity aversion. The Devil You Know may refer to: