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Looking (disambiguation)

Looking is the act of intentionally focusing visual perception on someone or something. Looking or The Looking may also refer to: The Looking, an indie pop and Americana band led by Todd Carter Looking: The Movie, a comedy-drama movie related to ...

Project Destination

Project Destination is a Philippine television drama series directed by Zigs Dulay and is a co-production of private media company GMA Network and government agency National Commission for Culture and the Arts. It premiered on GMA News TV on Marc ...

4th Republic

4th Republic is a 2019 Nigerian political drama film directed by Ishaya Bako and written by Ishaya Bako, Emil Garuba and Zainab Omaki. It stars Kate Henshaw-Nuttal, Enyinna Nwigwe, Sani Muazu, Ihuoma Linda Ejiofor, Bimbo Manuel, Yakubu Mohammed, ...

Hits Radio UK

Hits Radio UK is a national digital radio station owned and operated by Bauer as part of the Hits Radio network. It broadcasts to the United Kingdom.

The Salisbury Poisonings

The Salisbury Poisonings is a three-part fact-based television drama, starring Anne-Marie Duff, Rafe Spall and Annabel Scholey which portrays the 2018 Novichok poisoning crisis in Salisbury, England, and the subsequent Amesbury poisonings. The se ...

Arthur Obel

Professor Arthur Obel, a Kenyan scientist, identified the first cases of Human Immunodeficiency Virus in Kenya and treated many AIDS patients. He developed two medications, Kemron and Pearl Omega, to cure HIV/AIDS. It was later discovered that ne ...

Flea (disambiguation)

A flea is a parasitic insect. Flea may also refer to: Cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis, whose primary host are domestic cats Water flea, any of several small aquatic crustacea Fuel fleas, microscopic particles of radioactive nuclear fuel Snow flea ...

Hell week

Hell week may refer to: "Hell Week" Scream Queens, the second episode of the 2015 horror comedy series Scream Queens Hazing in Greek letter organizations A rigorous component of United States Navy SEAL selection and training: United States Navy S ...

ELast

ELast, previously known as EBoyz, is an eight-member group from South Korea. Formed by E Entertainment, they debuted on June 9, 2020, with their first mini album, Day Dream, and its main single "Swear".

Fulvio Androzzi

Androzzi was born in 1523 in Montecchio since renamed Treia, in the province of Macerata. He bore the title doctor of both laws, probably having graduated from the University of Camerino, and became vicar general to Berardo Bongiovanni, Bishop of ...

Janet Mitchell (artist)

Mitchell was born in Medicine Hat, Alberta, in 1912 and as a young child, adopted by a Calgary couple. She worked as a chambermaid at the Palliser Hotel, and took evening classes at the Provincial Institute of Technology and Art now the Alberta C ...

Dinshaw Wachha Road

Dinshaw Wacha Road is a road located between two of the most poshest localities in town, which are Churchgate and Mantralaya. The road is also known as Dinshaw Varcha Road.

President Hotel

President Hotel can refer to: In the United States sorted by state, then city/town President Hotel Kansas City, Missouri, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP in Jackson County, Missouri President Hotel, New York City, a hotel ...

Marquette Hotel

Marquette Hotel may refer to: Marquette Hotel Springfield, Missouri, listed on the NRHP in Greene County, Missouri Marquette Hotel Memphis, an early name of the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated Marquette Hotel St. Louis, M ...

Nathaniel Paschall

Paschall was born April 4, 1802, in Knoxville, Tennessee. He was schooled in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri. He and Martha Eliza Stevens Edgar were married on November 27, 1832, in Sangamon, Illinois. In 1850, living with them were Paschal family membe ...

Franklin Hotel

Franklin Hotel may refer to: in the United Kingdom Franklin Hotel, London in the United States sorted by state, then city/town Benjamin Franklin House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formerly the Benjamin Franklin Hotel, listed on the NRHP in Philad ...

Ocotillo Desert Camp

Ocotillo was a temporary camp in Chandler, Arizona designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright and constructed in late-January/early-February 1929 by his draftsmen. The camp buildings, made out of wood and canvas, were intended by the archi ...

3rd Street Flats

3rd Street Flats is a mixed-use development project located in downtown Reno, Nevada. It includes 94 apartment units, retail space, and a restaurant. It previously operated as Kings Inn, a hotel and casino. The hotel opened in September 1974, and ...

Mount Rose

Mount Rose may refer to: Mount Rose Station, a proposed hotel and casino next to The Summit in Reno, Nevada Mount Rose Nevada, a mountain peak in Washoe County, Nevada Mount Rose Summit, a mountain pass on Nevada State Route 431 Mount Rose Wilder ...

Boars Head Resort

The Boars Head Resort, formerly known as the Boars Head Inn, is a hotel and resort usually described as being in Charlottesville, Virginia but in fact located in Albemarle County, Virginia just outside the city. The resort is situated on 573 acre ...

Michael-Christfried Winkler

Born in Zorbau near WeiSenfels, Winkler studied Protestant church music with a focus on the organ in Halle, Leipzig and Prague. From 1970 to 1982 he was cantor and organist in Kothen. In 1980 he was appointed director of church music and in 1983 ...

Albert Edgar Eberlin

He was born in 1895, the son of Albert Eberlin 1863-1940, a Chemist in the partnership of Waterall & Eberlin, and also director of the Nottingham Building Society, and Annie Charlotte Maden 1860-1950. He was educated at Nottingham High School and ...

Stoke Park

Stoke Park could refer to: Stoke Park, Bristol Stoke Park House, Stoke Gifford Stoke Park Hospital, Bristol Stoke Park, Guildford Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire, an estate, now the Stoke Park Country Club, Spa & Hotel Stoke Park, Suffolk Stoke Park, ...

Dunn House

Dunn House may refer to: in the United States by state Dunn House Hampton, Arkansas, listed on the NRHP in Arkansas Patrick Dunn Ranch, Ashland, OR, listed on the NRHP in Oregon Frederick and Della Dunn House, Springville, UT, listed on the NRHP ...

Royalton

Royalton may refer to a place in the United States: Royalton Township, Ohio Royalton, Vermont Royalton, Ohio Royalton Township, Michigan Royalton Township, Pine County, Minnesota Royalton, New York Royalton, Pennsylvania South Royalton, Vermont R ...

Shibuya Scramble Square

Shibuya Scramble Square is a mixed-use skyscraper connected to Shibuya Station in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. It is part of a redevelopment of the station area. Located at Shibuya Station, the complex consists of three buildings, including an eastern ...

Phillips House

Phillips House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Phillips-Turner-Kelly House, Monticello, Georgia, NRHP-listed in Jasper County John Evander Phillips House, Cameron, North Carolina, NRHP-listed in Evander County E. M. Phillips ...

Seely House

Seely House or Seelye House may refer to: in the United Kingdom Houses of the Seely Baronets, including Sherwood Lodge in Arnold in the County of Nottingham and Brooke House in Brooke on the Isle of Wight in the United States Seely/Wright House, ...

Turner Hall

Turner Hall may refer to: in the United States by state Turner Town Hall, West Chicago, Illinois, listed on the NRHP in DuPage County, Illinois Turners Hall, New Orleans, Louisiana, listed on the NRHP in Orleans Parish, Louisiana Turner Hall Milw ...

Bethel Baptist Church

Mount Bethel Baptist Meetinghouse, Martinsville, NJ, listed on the NRHP in New Jersey Bethel Baptist Church Sumter, South Carolina Bethel Baptist Church Jennings, Louisiana Bethel Baptist Church Fairview, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Kentucky ...

Tipi (disambiguation)

Tipi is a dwelling used by North American Indians of the Great Plains. Tipi, Tepee, Teepee or Tee pee may also refer to Teepee Creek, Alberta, Canada The Tepee, listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places The Lone Teepee, a landmark a ...

Kenwood Historic District

Kenwood Historic District may refer to: in the United States by state Kenwood Park-Prospect Hill Historic District, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, listed on the NRHP in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Hyde Park-Kenwood Historic District, Chicago, Illinois, listed on ...

Garfield Re-2 School District

Garfield Re-2 School District is a school district headquartered in Rifle, Colorado. It includes municipalities and areas in the western portion of Garfield County. In addition to Rifle it includes New Castle and Silt. As of 2020 it had almost 80 ...

Bowman House

Bowman House, and variations, may refer to: by state, then city/town W. G. Bowman House, Nogales, Arizona, listed on the NRHP in Arizona James W. and Ida G. Bowman House, Marion, Iowa, listed on the NRHP in Iowa Bowman-Pirkle House, Buford, Georg ...

Vijaynagar Advanced Landing Ground

Vijaynagar Advanced Landing Ground is an Indian Air Force airstrip located at Vijaynagar in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh, India. The airstrip was opened during 1962 Indo-China War and was in operation until 2016 and then the runway was ...

Jaipur (disambiguation)

Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan state, India. Jaipur may also refer to: Jaipur, Mancherial, a village and mandal in Mancherial district, Telangana Jaipur horse, an American Thoroughbred racehorse Jaipur State, the Jaipur princely state Jaipur ...

Dehradun Metro

The Dehradun Metro is a light rapid transit system proposed for the city of Dehradun, India. The proposal of the metro rail corridor from the Nepali Farm to the Vidhan sabha in Dehradun was approved. The Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority a ...

Werner Danz

Danz was a member of the Bad Kreuznach city council from 1960 to 1969. In the 1961 federal elections he entered the German Bundestag via the Rhineland-Palatinate state list, of which he was a member until 1965. From 1967 to 1983 he was a member o ...

Winterbach

Winterbach may refer to the following places in Germany: Winterbach, Sudwestpfalz, in the district Sudwestpfalz, Rhineland-Palatinate Winterbach, Baden-Wurttemberg, in the Rems-Murr-Kreis Winterbach, Bavaria, in the district of Gunzburg Winterbac ...

Jean Mannheim

Jean Mannheim was a German-born American artist and educator, known for his California Impressionist paintings. He was active in Decatur, Illinois and Pasadena, California.

Greenbrier

Greenbrier Great Smoky Mountains, valley in Sevier County, Tennessee Greenbrier, Tennessee, in Robertson County Greenbrier, Orange County, Indiana The Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia Greenbrier, Arkansas Greenbrier River ...

Cotton House

Cotton House may refer to: Dr. J.O. Cotton House, Leslie, Arkansas, NRHP-listed, listed on the NRHP in Searcy County, Arkansas Cotton-Smith House, Fairfield, Maine, listed on the NRHP in Somerset County, Maine Dr. Charles Cotton House, Newport, R ...

Mineral Springs

Mineral Springs is the name of several locations in the United States: Mineral Springs Township, North Dakota Mineral Springs, Texas Mineral Spring Turnpike Mineral Springs Resort in Washington Mineral Springs, West Virginia Mineral Springs, Over ...

John Horvath

John Stephen Horvath is an Australian medical doctor and the Chief Medical Officer of Australia between 2003 and 2009. As of June 2020 Horvath is Deputy Chairman of Crown Resorts Limited. Horvath is also Group Chief Medical Officer of Ramsay Heal ...

Little Bohemia

Little Bohemia may refer to: Bohemian Czech neighborhoods: Little Bohemia Traverse City, Michigan Little Bohemia Omaha, Nebraska Little Bohemia Baltimore, Maryland Bohemian Flats, or Little Bohemia, neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota Other: W ...

Bear Valley

Bear Valley may refer to: United States Bear Valley, San Bernardino County, California, USA Bear Valley, Alpine County, California, USA Bear Valley, Arizona a valley in Santa Cruz County, Arizona Bear Valley resort, a ski resort near Alpine Count ...

Burntside

Burntside may refer to: Burntside State Forest, state forest located near the town of Ely in Lake and St. Louis counties, Minnesota, United States Burntside River, river of Minnesota, United States Burntside Lodge, resort located on Burntside Lak ...

George Washington Fields

George Washington Fields was the first Black graduate of Cornell Law School and among the first class of African Americans to graduate from Cornell University. He is believed to be the only formerly enslaved individual to graduate from Cornell.

Snow Creek

Snow Creek may refer to: Snow Creek Falls, Yosemite National Park, California Snow Creek Washington state, a tributary of Icicle Creek Snow Creek ski resort, in Missouri Darrah, California, an unincorporated community formerly known as Snow Creek ...

Los Remansos

"Los Remansos" is a natural spa situated through the river Rio Chico de Nono localicated to 3 km of Nono center. Is one of the most famous of tourism places.