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Nuclear Destruction

Nuclear Destruction is a play-by-mail game. It was published by Rick Loomis of Flying Buffalo Inc. in 1970. It was the first professional PBM game.

Legions of the Petal Throne

Legions of the Petal Throne is a set of combat rules for large-scale wargaming published by TSR in 1977. The rules setting is based on TSRs role-playing game Empire of the Petal Throne.

The Manual of Aurania

The Manual of Aurania is an unlicensed Dungeons & Dragons supplement of over 50 new monsters, nine dragons, character classes, and tables for random reincarnation. The new character classes included: Samurai Basadae Beorning Sidhe Cleric of Mitra ...

The Book of Monsters

The Book of Monsters was written by Phil Edgren, and was published by Little Soldier Games in 1976 as a digest-sized 44-page book; a 2nd edition was published by Gamescience in 1978 as a 16-page book, and it was later included in the compilation ...

Knights of Camelot

Knights of Camelot is a board game set during the reign of King Arthur. The players take on the roles of chivalrous new knights who go forth to fight evil and right wrongs. The Knight earns Chivalry Points and Virtue Points in the hopes of one da ...

The Book of Demons

The Book of Demons was written by Phil Edgren, and was published by Little Soldier Games in 1976 as a digest-sized 48-page book; it was later included in the compilation The Fantasy Gamers Compendium. Shannon Appelcline noted that Dungeons & Drag ...

Gottlieb Stauble

Gottlieb Stauble was a Swiss footballer who played in the late 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. He played mainly as midfielder but also as Striker.

1948–49 FC Basel season

The 1948–49 season was Fussball Club Basel 1893s 55th season in their existence. It was their third season in the top flight of Swiss football after their promotion from the Nationalliga B during the season 1945–46. Basel played their home games ...

1947–48 FC Basel season

The 1947–48 season was Fussball Club Basel 1893s 54th season in their existence. It was their second season in the top flight of Swiss football after their promotion from the Nationalliga B during the season 1945–46. Basel played their home games ...

Stockport County L.F.C.

Stockport County Ladies Football Club was founded in 1989/90 as Stockport County F.C then breaking away from Stockport County becoming an independent club called Stockport Ladies after the first season, the club remerged with Stockport County in ...

Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics

Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics, known as 51 Worldwide Games in Europe and Australia, is a party game developed by NDcube and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. The game is a successor to Clubhouse Games for the Nintendo DS and ...

Labyrinthine (board game)

Labyrinthine is a fantasy board game published by Wee Warriors in 1977. Based on themes taken from the then-newly published Dungeons & Dragons, Labyrinthine was the first "dungeon crawler" board game to use a totally modular board that was reconf ...

Pulpit Rock

Pulpit Rock may refer to: Pulpit Rock Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia Pulpit Rocks, National Historic Landmark near Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Pulpit Rock, a significant rocky outcrop visible from Bundanon, New South Wales, ...

Prospect Point

Prospect Point may refer to: Prospect Point British Columbia is a point at the northern tip of Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Prospect Point Camp is an Adirondack Great Camp notable for its unusual chalets inspired by huntin ...

Tokyo Tower (disambiguation)

Tokyo Tower may refer to: Tokyo Tower film, a Japanese film by Takashi Minamoto Tokyo Tower: Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad series, a Japanese series based on the said novel The Tokyo Towers, a condominium complex in the Kachidoki district of Chūō ...

Alexander Slastin

Alexander Slastin was born on 12 June 1942 in Ulan-Ude in the USSR. After the war ended, his family moved to Ukraine, where he had to undergo an awful famine. Before Slastin started acting in movies, he worked from 1961 as a trained actor in many ...

Captain Scarlet

Captain Scarlet or Captain Scarlett may refer to: Captain Scarlet vs. the Mysterons, a 1980 television film based on the 1960s series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, a 1967–68 science-fiction TV series Captain Scarlet character, the lead chara ...

Narak

Naru, Fars or Narak, a village in Aliabad Rural District, Khafr District, Jahrom County, Fars Province Narak-e Qasemi, a village in Jangal Rural District, in the Central District of Fasa County, Fars Province Anarak, Arsanjan or Narak, a village ...

Gurdwara Guru Singh Sabha Kedli Kalan

When Guru Nanak was on his first Udasi he travelled towards East of India and passed through Bihar. He came and stopped at Kedli Chatti Kalan situated on the banks of and he taught about Sikhism to local population which attracted a lot of locals ...

Church of the Visitation (disambiguation)

The Church of the Visitation is Ein Karem, Jerusalem. Church of the Visitation, dedicated to the Visitation in German Maria Heimsuchung, may also refer to alphabetically by location: Basilica of the Visitation, Għarb Visitation of the Blessed Vir ...

New Hangzhou Great Mosque

The new Hangzhou Great Mosque is an Islamic-style mosque located in Hangzhou., in Zhejiang Province. Hangzhou Mosque is one of the largest mosques in China. There is also the Hangzhou Islamic Society in the mosque.

Heilig-Kreuz-Kapelle (Blieskastel)

The Holy Cross Chapel also known as the Gnadenkapelle is located on the Han above Blieskastel in Saarland. As a place of pilgrimage, it belongs to the Blieskastel Monastery, built in 1929, and is visited by around 80.000 pilgrims annually. The ch ...

Muhammad Yahya Rasool Nagari

Muhammad Yahya ibn Noorullah Baloch Rasool Nagari was a Pakistani Qāriʾ and Qiraat teacher. He was known for his skills in Tajwid and Qiraat.

Pay Less

Pay Less, PayLess or Payless may refer to: Payless DIY, a chain of do-it-yourself stores in Britain, merged in 1990 into rival chain Do It All, which later merged into Focus DIY Payless Drug Store, founded by Levi Justin Skaggs in Tacoma, Washing ...

Healy

Healy may refer to: People Healy surname Placenames Healy, Alaska, United States Healy Metra station, a commuter rail station in Chicago Healy Hall, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, United States Healy, Queensland, Australia, a suburb of Mo ...

DIberville

DIberville, after Pierre Le Moyne dIberville, may refer to the following: DIberville, Mississippi DIberville Montreal Metro, a station on the Montreal Metro DIberville TV series, a Canadian television series DIberville High School, the towns loca ...

Howie machine gun carrier

The Howie machine gun carrier was a prototype American military reconnaissance and machine-gun carrier of the mid 20th century. The Howie also called the Howie-Wiley and nicknamed the "belly flopper" never entered production. A single prototype w ...

Connected car services

Connected car services allow for the gathering of data and in some cases sending remote commands to a vehicle. These services can be referred to differently by manufactures such as Blue Link from Hyundai or mbrace from Mercedes. Despite every man ...

StreetScooter C16

The StreetScooter C16 was an electric car shown in 2014 by the electric vehicle manufacturer StreetScooter. The 2-seater city car had a metal frame, however all of its exterior plastic parts were 3D-printed on the Objet1000 printer by Stratasys u ...

Iron Horse Trail

Iron Horse Trail may refer to: Iron Horse Regional Trail, in the San Francisco Bay Area in California Iron Horse Trail, Pennsylvania, in the Tuscarora State Forest Iron Horse State Park in Washington, United States, also known as the Iron Horse T ...

Central Pacific Railroad Depot (Oakland)

The Central Pacific Railroad Depot is a former rail station located in Oakland, California on 7th Street west of Broadway. Originally serving as the western terminal of the San Francisco and Oakland Railroad, the Central Pacific Railroad chose th ...

Corythomantis galeata

Corythomantis galeata is a species of frog in the family Hylidae. It is endemic to Brazil and only known from its type locality near Morro do Chapeu, Bahia, in the northern part of the Espinhaço Mountains. The specific name galeata is derived fro ...

I Shing Temple

I Shing Temple or I Shing Kung is a temple in Tung Tau Wai, Wang Chau, Yuen Long District, Hong Kong. It is dedicated to Hung Shing and Che Kung.

New Britain-New Ireland lowland rain forests

The New Britain-New Ireland lowland rain forests is a tropical moist forest ecoregion in Papua New Guinea. The ecoregion covers the lowland rain forests of New Britain, New Ireland, and nearby islands in the Bismarck Archipelago.

New Britain-New Ireland montane rain forests

The New Britain-New Ireland montane rain forests is a tropical moist forest ecoregion in Papua New Guinea. The ecoregion includes the mountain rain forests on the islands of New Britain and New Ireland, which lie northeast of New Guinea.

Red Rock Canyon

Red Rock Canyon may refer to: Canyons Red Rock Canyon; Bear Lake County, Idaho Red Rock Canyon; Saguache County, Colorado Red Rock Canyon; El Paso County, Colorado Red Rock Canyon; Summit County, Utah Red Rock Canyon; San Luis Obispo County, Cali ...

Kretania martini

The species was first described by French entomologist Gaston Allard in 1867. He initially named the species Lycaena martini. The type specimen was from Lambaesis, in Algeria. The species was placed in the genus Plebejus, and the subgenus Plebeji ...

Paintbrush (disambiguation)

Haemanthus coccineus also "paintbrush lily", a bulbous geophyte in the genus Haemanthus, native to Southern Africa Haemanthus albiflos sometimes "paintbrush", a species of flowering plant in the family Amaryllidaceae, native to South Africa Casti ...

Figma (software)

Figma is a vector graphics editor and prototyping tool. It is primarily web-based, with additional offline features enabled by desktop applications for macOS and Windows. The Figma Mirror companion apps for Android and iOS allow viewing Figma pro ...

Zend (disambiguation)

Zend is a Zoroastrian technical term for exegetical glosses, paraphrases, commentaries and translations of the Avestas texts. Zend may also refer to:

Bulkhead

Bulkhead flatcar, a type of rolling stock designed with sturdy end-walls to prevent loads from shifting past the ends of the car Bulkhead partition, a wall within the hull of a ship, vehicle, or container Rear pressure bulkhead, an airtight struc ...

Samsung Galaxy Z series

The Samsung Galaxy Z series is a line of foldable smartphones manufactured by Samsung Electronics. With the announcement of the Galaxy Z Flip, Samsungs future foldable smartphones will be part of the Galaxy Z series. In a recent interview with Bl ...

HJ Lu

HJ Lu is a computer programmer credited with creating the first GNU/Linux distribution in 1992, titled Boot/Root. Joe Klemmer described the distribution as follows: Back in late 1991, when Linux first hit the Net, there were no distributions per ...

Helltaker

Helltaker is a freeware indie puzzle-adventure game with dating sim elements designed by Polish developer vanripper, released in 2020 for Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Linux. It is described as "a short game about sharply dressed demon girls."

TREC

TREC may refer to: Techniques de Randonnee Equestre de Competition or Trec, an equestrian discipline Text Retrieval Conference, workshops co-sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST and the U.S. Department of Defense T ...

Straight rail

Straight rail, sometimes called straight billiards, three-ball billiard, and the free game, is a discipline of carom billiards that is the most basic form of the game. The game is played on a pocketless unmarked billiard table, usually 10 by 5 fe ...

Paisley Football and Shinty Club

Paisley Royal Football and Shinty Club was a Scottish shinty and rugby union club in Renfrewshire of the nineteenth century. It was initially formed as a football and shinty club in 1855. it is the only club known to be devoted to both sports. It ...

1983 Womens World Snooker Championship

The 1983 Womens World Snooker Championship was a womens snooker tournament that took place from 21 to 28 May 1983 at Pontins Brean Sands Holiday Club, Brean. It was the 1983 edition of the World Womens Snooker Championship, first held in 1976 and ...

2020–21 Celtic F.C. season

The 2020–21 season will be Celtics 132nd season of competitive football. Celtic will compete in the Scottish Premiership, League Cup, Scottish Cup and UEFA Champions League.

2020–21 Basketbol Super Ligi

The 2020–21 Basketbol Super Ligi is the 55th season of the Basketbol Super Ligi, the top-tier level professional club basketball league in Turkey. The season is the first to be played after the previous season was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pa ...