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Tuscan

Etruscan language, an extinct language which gives its name to Tuscany Tuscan gorgia, a sound Tuscan dialect, the ancestor of the modern Italian language

Junction

Electrical junction p–n junction, or semiconductor–semiconductor junction Metal–semiconductor junction Thermoelectricity junction, a metal–metal junction Homojunction Magnetic tunnel junction Junction voltage Ohmic contact, a non-rectifying junct ...

Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal is the name of many theatres, especially in the United Kingdom. The name was once an indication that the theatre was a patent theatre, with a Royal Patent without which performances of serious drama would be illegal.

Lyceum Theatre

Lyceum Theatre Crewe, an Edwardian period Grade II listed building and theatre Royal Lyceum Theatre, a 658-seat theatre in Edinburgh Lyceum Theatre Sheffield, a 1.068-seat theatre in Sheffield Lyceum Theatre, London, a 2.000-seat West End theatre ...

Fox Theatre

Fox Theatre Atlanta, Georgia Fox Theater Hutchinson, Kansas Fox Oakland Theatre Oakland, California Fox Theatre, the original name of Meyer Theatre Green Bay, Wisconsin Fox Theatre Boulder, Colorado Fox Theatre St. Louis, Missouri Riverside Fox T ...

Little Theatre

Sheringham Little Theatre, Norfolk Little Theatre in the Haymarket, earlier name of the Haymarket Theatre, London Little Theatre Gateshead Little Theatre in the Adelphi, London 1910–1941 Little Theatre Leicester

Metropolitan Theatre

Metropolitan Theatre may refer to: Metropolitan Theatre Winnipeg, a National Historic Site of Canada Manila Metropolitan Theater, a theater in the Philippines Metropolitan Theatre Morgantown, West Virginia The Metropolitan Theatre, a West End mus ...

Lakewood

Lakewood, Pennsylvania, a village in Wayne County Lakewood Balmoral Historic District, Chicago, Illinois Lakewood, Colorado, a city in Jefferson County Lakewood, Michigan Lakewood CDP, New Jersey, a census-designated place in Lakewood Township, N ...

Gateway Mall

Gateway Mall may refer to: Canada Gateway Mall Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, an enclosed mall in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Nigeria Gateway Mall a mall under development in Sango Ota, Ogun State The Philippines Gateway Mall Araneta Center, Cubao, ...

Fontanelle (disambiguation)

A fontanelle is a soft spot in the skull of a baby where the bones of the skull have not yet knit together, but normally will do so in time. Fontanelle may also refer to:

Ancestral Temple

Ancestral Temple may refer to: Ancestral shrines, Chinese temples or halls dedicated to deified ancestors Ancestral Temple TV series, a 2009 Chinese TV series

Hongshan

Hongshan may refer to: Hongshan District, Chifeng 红山区 in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia Hong Shan 红山, a mountain in Urumqi Hongshan culture 红山文化, Neolithic culture in northeastern China Hongshan Station, Shenzhen metro Hongshan District, Wuhan ...

Spirit of Wood Architecture Award

The Spirit of Nature Wood Architecture Award was an international architecture award, awarded every 2 years, from 2000 until 2012, when it was discontinued. The award was founded by the Wood in Culture Association, a Finnish association sponsored ...

Kid Sentiment

Kid Sentiment is a Canadian docufiction film, directed by Jacques Godbout and released in 1968. Mixing fiction with documentary in the direct cinema style and working with a cast of non-professional actors, the film depicts 1960s youth culture th ...

MC2

MC2 may refer to: MC2, an alternate symbol for ACTH receptor Project Mc2 E = mc² is the equation for mass-energy equivalence Midnight Club 2 a street racing game released in 2003. Marvel Comics 2 is an imprint from Marvel Comics whose comic books ...

A Life of Napoleon

A Life of Napoleon is a book written by Marie-Henri Beyle, better known under his usual pseudonym of Stendhal, in 1817-1818. It was one of two essays that Stendhal devoted to the Emperor, with Memoires sur Napoleon being the second. Stendhal foll ...

Princely Grave of Rodenbach

The Princely Grave of Rodenbach is a Celtic burial mound that dates to the 5th century BC. Found in 1874, excavations of the site yielded artifacts that amounted to the most significant find of the La Tene Culture north of the Alps. Visitors to t ...

Meine Oma fahrt im Huhnerstall Motorrad

Meine Oma fahrt im Huhnerstall Motorrad in a German humouristic song. It dates back to the 1930s, probably stemming from two older works: the refrain of the Rheinlander dance Wir versaufen unsrer Oma ihr klein Hauschen, authored by Robert Steidl ...

Katensen, Uetze

Katensen is a small village in Lower Saxony that is part of the town Uetze, the village is located about 30 km East of Hanover. not to be confused with Katensen

Udo (disambiguation)

Tommy Udo, a character in the 1947 film Kiss of Death Udo the Red Panda, mascot of the University of Mannheim U.D.O., heavy metal band formed in 1987 Udo-jingū, a Shinto shrine in Nichinan, Miyazaki prefecture, Japan United Dance Organisation UDO ...

Collegium Curiosum

The Collegium Curiosum or Collegium Experimentale was a twenty-member scientific society founded by Johann Sturm, a professor at the University of Altdorf, in 1672. It was based on the model of the Florentine Accademia del Cimento. Sturm publishe ...

Salomea Kempner

Salomea Kempner was from Plock, Poland. In 1921 she moved to Vienna, and in June 1922 was elected a member of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society. In 1923 she moved to Berlin, where she worked at the Berlin Polyclinic, and became a member of the Be ...

Little England

Little England may refer to: "Little England", a term for a non-imperial England or United Kingdom as advocated by the Little Englander movement Old nickname for the Farrer Park area in Singapore Mirpur, Pakistan, a city and a tehsil of Mirpur Di ...

Acharya Vishuddh sagar ji maharaj

Acharya Shri Vishuddh sagar ji Maharaj is one of the best-known modern Digambara Jain Acharya. He is also Known for his Preacher on Famous and one of the Most ancient and Old treatise of Jainism composed by Jain Acharya Kunkunda Samaysara, A book ...

Pavel Basinsky

Pavel Valeryevich Basinsky is a Russian writer, literary critic and literary critic. Member of the Union of Russian Writers, academician of the Academy of Russian Literature. Member of the permanent jury of the Solzhenitsyn Prize. The author of t ...

Okhotsk (disambiguation)

Sea of Okhotsk, a sea named after the Russian settlement Okhotsk High, a high pressure system over the sea Okhotsk Plate, a tectonic plate Okhotsk Airport, an airport in Okhotsk Okhotsk Russian: Охо́тск, an urban-type settlement in Khabarovsk Kra ...

History of the Japanese in Portland, Oregon

Historically, Portland, Oregon has had two Japantowns. Tom McCall Waterfront Park features the Japanese American Historical Plaza. Friendship Circle, also installed along Waterfront Park, celebrates the sister city relationship between Portland a ...

Iyashikei

Iyashikei is a genre specific to Japanese works, primarily manga and anime. It is a sub-genre of slice of life, portraying characters living out peaceful lives in calming environments, and is intended to have a healing effect on the audience. The ...

Natalia Zamilska

Natalia Zamilska was born in 1989 in Zawiercie. She graduated from Uniwersytet Slaski in Cieszyn with a degree in social and cultural animation. She cooperated with a local Foundation of Audiovisual Culture "Strefa Szarej", by leading workshops i ...

Helena Blazusiakowna

Helena Wanda Blazusiakowna was a Polish girl whose words were set to music by Henryk Gorecki in his Symphony No. 3 Sorrowful Songs. She was from the vicinity of Zakopane, a town in the far south of Poland, and was a member of the Goral community, ...

Nenad Vasilic

Nenad Vasilic was born in Nis, Serbia, site of an annual jazz festival since 1981, Nisville. He started playing piano at the age of 5. At the age of 12 he received his first bass guitar and at the age of 15 he enrolled in the Secondary Music Scho ...

Milan Dokic

Milan Dokic is a politician in Serbia. He has been the mayor of Knjazevac since 2012. Previously, he served in the National Assembly of Serbia from 2007 to 2010 as a member of G17 Plus. Dokic is now a member of the Serbian Progressive Party.

Dezso Jakab

He received his degree in architecture from the Budapest University of Technology. At the time of the millennial exhibition, the Ministry of Agriculture designed the technical exhibition buildings. In his earlier buildings he is a follower of the ...

Tapu

Tapu may refer to: The "guardian deities," a group of Pokemon species introduced in Pokemon Sun and Moon Țapu, a village in Micasasa Commune, Sibiu County, Romania Tapu Bora Bora, a private island in French Polynesia Tapu Ottoman law, a form of l ...

Kulturhuset (disambiguation)

Kulturhuset may refer to: Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden Dunker Culture House Dunkers kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sweden Buen kulturhus, Mandal, Norway Kulturhuset Randers, Randers, Denmark The House of Culture Hamar Kulturhuset, Hamar, Norway Spira ...

Diabolical

Diabolical may refer to: Diabolical album, a 1998 studio album by the Swedish melodic black metal band Naglfar The Diabolical, a 2015 American science fiction horror film Evil, the profound immorality, especially when regarded as a supernatural f ...

Easy Mo Bee production discography

B1. "Love Me For Being Me Vocal Version" produced by Easy Mo Bee & Mister Cee B2. "Love Me For Being Me Love Club Dub" produced by Easy Mo Bee & Mister Cee B3. "Love Me For Being Me Strictly Hip House" produced by Easy Mo Bee & Mister Cee

Hadith Qudse

Hadith Qudsi or Hadith Qudse Arabic: الحديث القدسي ‎ meaning pure or holy hadith are a part of hadith literature of Islamic heritage.Prophet Muhammad has related these statements as being direct narratives of God, but quoted outside the context o ...

GIR

Gir cattle, a breed Red Gelao language Great Indian Rock, a music festival in India Games in relief, a baseball statistic GIR Invader Zim, a character in the animated series Santiago Vila Airport, Girardot, Cundinamarca, Colombia Geographic infor ...

Kanda

Kanda, Tokyo, an area in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan Kanda Station Tokyo, a railway station in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Kanda River, a river in Tokyo, Japan Kanda, Fukuoka, a town in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, in which the southern half of Kitakyushu Airpo ...

Mobarak

Mobarak may refer to: People: Fahed Al-Mobarak born 1984, football player for Al-Hilal in the Saudi Premier League Mobarak Hossain Khan 1938–2019, music researcher, music expert and musician Ahmed Al-Mobarak born 1985, midfielder at Al-Ettifaq Cl ...

Mogo (disambiguation)

Mogo is a fictional DC Comics character. Mogo may also refer to: Mogo Creek, New South Wales Mogo, New South Wales, Australia, a small heritage town Music of Ghanaian Origin MOGO, a music festival in Ghana, started in 2007 Mogo, a computer Go pro ...

Starboy

Starboy or Star Boy may refer to: Matt "Starboy" Bowden, rock musician and activist from New Zealand Starboy Entertainment, a record label founded by Nigerian singer Wizkid "Star Boy", song by Buffy Sainte Marie from Buffy Star Boy, Jr., Mexican ...

Mysore (disambiguation)

University of Mysore, a public university in Karnataka Mysore Palace, a palace in Mysore, Karnataka Mysore Plateau, one of the four geographically unique regions of Karnataka, India

Homegrown

Another version of the song from the 1977 album American Stars n Bars Homegrown Neil Young album, an unreleased 1975 album by Neil Young, including a song of the same name Homegrown Music Festival, a local music showcase in Duluth, Minnesota, US ...

Face of Love

The Face of Love 1954 film, a 1954 BBC TV film The Face of Love 2013 film, a 2013 American film Faces of Love, a 1977 French drama film The Faces of Love film, a 1924 Italian silent film Faces of Love 2007 film, a Filipino film The Face of Love, ...

Magnifico

Magnifico may refer to the following: Walter Magnifico born 1961, Italian basketball player "Magnifico" song, a song recorded by Italian rapper Fedez, featuring vocals from Francesca Michielin Lorenzo de Medici 1449 – 1492 known as Lorenzo the Ma ...

Zangezur

Zangezur may refer to: Kapan, a city in Armenia formerly known as Zangezur Zangezur Mountains, mountain range that defines the border between Armenia and Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic Azerbaijan Zangezursky Uyezd, administrative unit of Elisabet ...

Avan

Avan 2010 film, a 2010 Malayalam-language film Avan 1985 film, a 1985 Tamil-language film Aah film, a 1953 Hindi-language film dubbed into Tamil as Avan

Elisabeth of Austria

Archduchess Elisabeth Franziska of Austria 1892–1930, daughter of Archduke Franz Salvator of Austria; wife of Georg Graf von Waldburg zu Zeil und Hohenems Empress Elisabeth of Austria 1837–1898, daughter of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria; wife ...