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Isle

Isle, Haute-Vienne, a commune of the Haute-Vienne departement in France Isle river, a river in France River Isle, a river in England Isle, Minnesota, a small city in the United States

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, is a remastered version of Capcoms action-adventure video game Devil May Cry 4. It was released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and features new playable characters, new cutscenes, polished gameplay, improved ...

Java (disambiguation)

Java software platform, software and specifications developed by Sun, acquired by Oracle Java programming language, an object-oriented high-level programming language Java virtual machine, an abstract computing machine enabling a computer to run ...

Cypher

Cypher French Group, a Goa trance music group Cypher film, a 2002 film a hip-hop freestyle battle in breakdancing, a circle of b-boys who take turns dancing in the center Cypher band, an Australian instrumental band Cypher.And Oceans album in poe ...

Durand Versus Durand

Durand Versus Durand is a 1931 French-German comedy film directed by Eugen Thiele and Leo Joannon and starring Roger Treville, Paul Asselin and Jeanne Helbling. The films sets were designed by the art director Heinrich Richter. A separate German- ...

Impossible Is Not French

Impossible Is Not French is a 1974 French comedy film directed by Robert Lamoureux and starring Jean Lefebvre, Pierre Mondy and Pierre Tornade.

Geet

Geet TV series Geet Hui Sabse Parayee, a Hindi-language soap opera airing in India Prem Geet, a 1981 Bollywood film directed by Sudesh Issar Geet 1970 film, a Bollywood film directed by Ramanand Sagar Geet 1944 film Geet Gaata Chal, a Hindi film ...

Kaveri (disambiguation)

Kaveri Kaul, film director Kaveri Nambisan, Indian novelist Kaveri Kachari, head of the womens wing of the banned outfit ULFA Kaveri actress, South Indian actress Kaveri Jha born 1980, Telugu and Hindi actress

Harishchandra (disambiguation)

Satya Harishchandra 2017 film, a 2017 Kannada film directed by Dayal Padmanabhan Harishchandrachi Factory, a 2009 Marathi film depicting the struggle of Dadasaheb Phalke in making Raja Harishchandra Harichandra 1998 film, a 1998 Tamil film direct ...

Sanjeevani

Sanjeevani or Sanjivani may refer to: Sanjivani College of Engineering, college in Kopargaon, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India Sanjivani Group of Institutes, Kopargaon, group including Sanjivani College of Engineering Sanjivani 2002 TV series, a 20 ...

Vivek Verma (singer)

Vivek Verma is a record producer, playback singer, songwriter, composer currently working in Bollywood. He won Web Ratna Award By Government of India on India.gov.in 2009.

Dylan

Dylan 1973 album, a 1973 album by Bob Dylan Dylan play, a 1964 play by Sidney Michaels Dylan 2007 album, a 2007 compilation album by Bob Dylan Bob Dylan born 1941, American singer and songwriter Dylan born 2002, South Korean rapper and member of ...

Arsalan Chalabi

Arsalan Chalabi is a Kurdish poet and writer now living in Denmark. Arsalan began his career as a poet, with his first collection being published in 2009 and his second collection in 2011 in Kurdistan. Some of his work has been translated and pub ...

Internazionale (disambiguation)

Internazionale is the Italian word for International, may refer to: Internazionale Holding S.r.l., former parent company of FC Internazionale Milano. F.C. Internazionale Milano, Internazionale or simply Inter and colloquially known as Inter Milan ...

Kurdistan (disambiguation)

Kurdistan may refer to: Kurdistan, a geo-cultural region consisting of parts of Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria Syrian Kurdistan, a geocultural region in Syria Iranian Kurdistan, a geocultural region in Iran Turkish Kurdistan, a geocultural region i ...

Mehmet Demir

Mehmet Demir is a politician with the Peoples Democratic Party in Turkey, and served as co-mayor of Batman until his removal by the Turkish state in March 2020. Demir was dismissed from his post on Monday, 23 March 2020 and subsequently arrested ...

HPE

HPE may refer to: United Alignment of Nationalists Greek: Ηνωμένη Παράταξις Εθνικοφρόνων, a Greek political alliance Protection Force of Êzidxan Kurdish: Hêza Parastina Êzidxanê, HPÊ Lancia Delta HPE, introduced 1995 Holoprosencephaly, a cephalic ...

Kurdish Wikipedia

Kurdish Wikipedia refers to two Wikipedia editions which are written in two standard forms of Kurdish language; Kurmanji and Sorani. It was founded in January 2004. As of April 2020, Kurmanji Wikipedia has 27.717 articles and Sorani Wikipedia has ...

I Can See Your Voice Malaysia (season 3)

The third season of I Can See Your Voice Malaysia is a television mystery music game show that broadcasts on TV3. It is the Malaysian version of the South Korean namesake program, which is in Malay language.

Occult (disambiguation)

The occult refers to secret or hidden knowledge, usually of a mystical nature. Occult fracture, a fracture not readily visible on radiography Fecal occult blood, blood in the feces that is not visibly apparent Occult, a medical term for a disease ...

Jambi (disambiguation)

Jambi may refer to: In geography Jambi, Baron, Nganjuk, a village in East Java Province, Indonesia Jambi City, a city within Jambi Province Jambi Airport Jambi Province, a province of Indonesia in Sumatra Muaro Jambi Regency, a regency of the Jam ...

Muara

Muara Kemumu, a subdistrict of Kepahiang Regency, Bengkulu, Indonesia Muara Enim, capital of Muara Enim Regency, South Sumatra province, Sumatra, Indonesia Muara Bungo Airport, an airport in Muara Bungo, Jambi, Indonesia Muara Satui, an anchorage ...

Karaoke (2009 film)

Karaoke is a Malaysian drama film, directed by Chris Chong Chan Fui and released in 2009. Chongs first feature film following a number of short films, the film stars Zahiril Adzim as Betik, a young man returning home to reconnect with his family ...

Runki Goswami

Runki Goswami was born in Asansol, West Bengal on 12 June 1978. Her formal training started at the age of 3. She is trained in the Dilli and Chandigarh Gharana from Prayag Sangeet Samiti. She did her executive management from ISB Hyderabad and a ...

Anjani (disambiguation)

Anjani is referred in English language Wikipedia to the Anjani Thomas. It can also refer to: Anjana in Marathi language and Indian state of Maharashtra spelled as Anjani:An apsaras and a female vanara being mother of Hindu God Hanuman in one of t ...

Dinda Permata

Adinda Permata Suci Nababan, known professionally as Dinda Permata, is an Indonesian singer and musician. She rose to fame in Malaysia as one of the contestants of the season two of Big Stage, a Malaysian reality television show produced by Astro.

Rubaiyat

"Reginalds Rubaiyat", a short story in the collection Reginald 1904 by Saki Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam or simply "Rubaiyat", the title given by Edward Fitzgerald to his translations into English of rubai by Omar Khayyam Rubaiyat, a collection of Ru ...

HII

H-II Transfer Vehicle, a Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency unmanned spacecraft H-IIA H-II, a family of Japanese liquid-fueled rockets H-IIB Huntington Ingalls Industries, an American shipbuilder and sole provider of the US Navys aircraft carrier ...

Matryoshka (disambiguation)

A Matryoshka doll is a set of dolls of decreasing sizes placed one inside the other. Matryoshka may also refer to: Matryoshka album, an album by Belarusian rock group Lyapis Trubetskoy Matroesjkas, a Belgian TV series Matroshka experiments on the ...

Malek Jamshid

Malek Jamshid is twelfth studio album by Iranian singer-songwriter and guitarist Kourosh Yaghmaei. The album was released on June 10, 2016 by Now-Again in United States after banned in Iran. The album is named after the king Jamshid from Persian ...

EfratiHa

An extreme comedy film is the story of a couple of inmates who find themselves in prison together, and after their release from prison, each of them gets involved in something special and interesting.

The Feast

Seven friends promise to meet each other in the future. On the promised day all come except Ramin who is now a lawyer working for a company. He is in danger so sends his wife instead and has hides himself in some unknown place. One of his friends ...

The Violet Diamond

In the aftermath of the Iran-Iraq war, three groups of fighters are taking action to seize a hill with a strategic position in the hands of the Iraqi army. Members of two groups are killed by chemical bombing, but the third group.

The Swallows in Love

The Swallows in Love the story of an ambitious young man named Mansour who dreamed of flying as a child and is known as Captain because of his interest in airplanes. He has several difficulties in achieving his dream.

Homayoun (film)

Homayoun is a 2019 film about the life and work of Homayoun Sanaatizadeh. It was directed by the Iranian documentary filmmaker Pirooz Kalantari. Sanaatizadeh is considered as one of the first entrepreneurs of modern Iran. In this ducumentary, Kal ...

Bahador Zamani

Bahador Zamani is an Iranian stage, film and Television actor and director. He has played in famous movies, such as Hussein Who Said No.

Gol Koochik

Gol Koochik is a variation of Street football that has been popular in Iran. The goal is approximately 100 x 60 cm in size and the ball is light-weight which can look like a makeshift ball. Given the limited space and the high density of player i ...

Polish Mens Volleyball SuperCup

The Polish Mens Volleyball SuperCup is an annual competition for volleyball clubs of mens volleyball in Poland played by the PlusLiga champions and Polish Cup winners. It is overseen by the Polish Volleyball Federation and the Professional Volley ...

Bandi Narayanaswamy

Bandi Narayanswamy is an Telugu writer, novelist and a teacher. He won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 2019 for his novel Saptabhoomi. He published the novel in 2017 and got the Telugu Association of North America Award for the same.

Harmanjeet Singh

Harmanjeet Singh is a poet and lyricist. He won the Yuva Puraskar for his book Rani Tatt. Rani Tatt is a work of poems and prose on Punjab and looks at aspects through the prism of nature.He also wrote the song Laung Laachi for the movie Laung La ...

J-Roudh

Roudh started experimenting with Music at the age of 15, combining the Punjabi Language with Western HipHop & Urban Beats. Growing up he enjoyed rhyming and writing poetry and always had a deep interest in art. In 2010 Age 17 he collaborated with ...

Sheikh (song)

Sheikh is a song by Indian singer and lyricist Karan Aujla. The song was written by Aujla and music was composed by Manna. The music video was directed by Rupan Bal, and was shot in Dubai and Punjab, India. The song was released on 19 April 2020, ...

47 (Sidhu Moose Wala song)

47 is a single by Indian singer Sidhu Moose Wala featuring British rappers Mist and Stefflon Don. It was released as a single on October 10, 2019, by Catalyst Records, Sickmade Records, and Gifted Records. The song is produced by Steel Banglez, a ...

Reality Check

Reality Check may refer to: Reality Check, the signature move of wrestler The Miz Reality Check comics, an English language manga series Reality check, a technique used in lucid dreaming to determine whether one is actually dreaming Reality Check ...

Yaari

Yaari is a popular word that means "friendship" in North Indian languages such as Hindi, Urdu or Punjabi. Yaari may refer to: Yaari Inc., an Indian social networking company that was founded by Prerna Gupta during 2006-2008 and mainly known for Y ...

Do or Die

"Do or Die" 30 Seconds to Mars song "Do or Die", by 3OH!3, from the album Omens "Do or Die", by Hardline, from the album II "Do or Die", by Wigwam, from the album Nuclear Nightclub "Do or Die" Super Furry Animals song "Do or Die", by Forever the ...

Lassie (disambiguation)

Lassie is a fictional female collie dog character and the stage name of a line of male dogs who have played her. Lassie may also refer to:

Manuela

Manuela 1966 film, a short, Spanish language film set in 1959, about a young peasant woman who joins the Cuban Revolution against dictator Fulgencio Batista Manuela 1957 film, an English language film directed by Guy Hamilton, about a stowaway on ...

Kamuran Sipal

Kamuran Sipal, is a Turkish novelist, story writer and translator. Sipak graduated from Istanbul University Faculty of Letters, German Language Department. In the following years, he translated from German to Turkish, such German writers as Franz ...

Cay (disambiguation)

Çay, a town and district in Turkey Cay volcano, a volcano in the Andes mountains in Chile Cayman Islands, by IOC country code Cayenne – Felix Eboue Airport, by IATA airport code