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Clint Barton (Marvel Cinematic Universe)

Clinton Barton is a character portrayed by Jeremy Renner in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film franchise, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name and known commonly by his code name, Hawkeye. In the films, Barton is an expert marksm ...

Lory (disambiguation)

Donna De Lory born 1964, an American singer, dancer and songwriter Al De Lory 1930–2012, an American record producer, arranger, conductor and session musician Milo B. Lory 1903–1974, an American sound editor

Krug

Krug may refer to: 2K11 Krug or Lyulev 9M8 Krug, a Soviet and now Russian medium-range, medium-to-high altitude surface-to-air missile SAM system Cossack krugs, the assemblies of several Cossack hosts. Krug surname, people with this surname Krug, ...

Black Maria

"Big Black Mariah", a song by Tom Waits from the 1985 album Rain Dogs The Black Maria, a Canadian rock band "Black Maria", a song by Todd Rundgren from the 1972 album Something/Anything?

Black Lightning (disambiguation)

Black Lightning is a fictional DC Comics superhero who first appeared in 1977. Black Lightning may also refer to: "1952 Vincent Black Lightning", a song referencing the Vincent motorcycle, by Richard Thompson on his 1991 album Rumor and Sigh Vinc ...

Mar Elias

Mar Elias may refer to: Dair Mar Elia, Saint Elias Monastery in Iraq Elijah alternate spelling of Elias, a prophet of the Hebrew Bible or Old Testament and the Quran Mar Elias and Mar Elias el Tiffeh, archaeological sites in the Sands of Beirut P ...

The Essential Link: The Story of Wilfrid Israel

The Essential Link: The Story of Wilfrid Israel is a documentary by Israeli director Yonatan Nir. The film, which is inspired by Naomi Shepherds book Wilfrid Israel: German Jewrys Secret Ambassador, exposes the story of Wilfrid Israel - a wealthy ...

CAF Cepia

CAF Sepia is a family of high-speed electric multiple unit trains built by CAF and used in Spain and Turkey. The Sepia is based on the Class 120 high-speed trains manufactured by CAF for the Renfe Operadora. The Renfe Operadora was the first to o ...

Pierre Elliott Trudeau (disambiguation)

Pierre Elliott Trudeau was the fifteenth Prime Minister of Canada. Pierre Elliott Trudeau may also refer to: Montreal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport in Montreal, Canada 747 Montreal-Trudeau/Downtown Pierre Elliott Trudeau bus, the p ...

Natalia Vlaschenko

Natalia Vlaschenko is a Ukrainian journalist, theatrologist, screenwriter, television presenter, playwright, producer, columnist, publisher and contributing editor. General producer of the Ukrainian TV-channel" ZIK”, ex-editor-in-chief of the Ukr ...

Folk Songs II

Folk Songs II is an album by the Big Eyes Family Players & Friends, released in 2012 on Static Caravan Recordings. It is the follow-up to the 2009 album Folk Songs by James Yorkston and the Big Eyes Family Players.

Mestre do Sabor (season 2)

The second season of Mestre do Sabor premiered on Thursday, April 30, 2020, at 10:45 p.m. / 9:45 p.m. on Rede Globo. Actress Monique Alfradique joined the show as a new co-host, replacing Maria Joana. In addition, the team sizes were reduced from ...

Khemaïs Tarnane

Khemaïs Tarnane is a distinguished Tunisian singer, composer and musician. Born Khemaïs Ben Ali Ben Khemaïs Tarnane. Tarnane is one of the founders and teachers of the Rachidia.

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit (film)

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit is a 2019 German family film directed by Caroline Link. It is based on the semi-autobiographical novel by Judith Kerr.

Tripod (disambiguation)

Tripod surveying, a three-legged stand used to support surveying instruments Sacrificial tripod, a three-legged piece of religious furniture used for offerings Tripod photography, a three-legged stand used to stabilize and elevate photographic eq ...

Gyro

Honda Gyro, a family of tilting three wheel vehicles An abbreviation for autogyro, a type of rotary-wing aircraft The casually used brand name of a detangler mechanism, part of a stunt-adapted BMX bicycle An abbreviation for gyroscope, an orienta ...

Zangeneh

Zangeneh or Zanganeh may refer to various places in Iran: Zangeneh, Hamadan, a city Zanganeh, Kermanshah Zanganeh, West Azerbaijan Zangeneh, Fasa, Fars Province Zanganeh, Shiraz, Fars Province Zanganeh, North Khorasan, a village in Maneh and Sama ...

Pick (film)

Pick is a Canadian short drama film, directed by Alicia K. Harris and released in 2019. The film stars Hazel Downey as Alliyah, a young Black Canadian girl struggling to cope with the social consequences of having chosen to go to school on class ...

Michelle Beasley

Michelle Beasley is an American painter living and working in Kansas City, Missouri. Beasley creates autobiographical paintings that deal with "her multifaceted life and a reality shared by so many women." She believes that creating art is psycho ...

Evette Dionne

Evette Dionne is an American culture writer. She is the author of two books: Fat Girls Deserve Fairy Tales Too and Lifting As We Climb. Dionne is the editor-in-chief of Bitch.

Rachel Rossi

Rachel Rossi is an American lawyer and politician. She has worked as a public defender in Los Angeles County, and as criminal justice counsel to Democratic Senator Dick Durbin.

Leandra (disambiguation)

Leandra is a genus of plant in the family Melastomataceae. Leandra may also refer to: Leandra, Mpumalanga, a settlement in Gert Sibande District Municipality in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa The given name Leandra may refer to: Leandra ...

Hannah Dederick

Hannah Xue Jia Dederick is an American Paralympic athlete of Chinese descent who competes in sprinting events in international level events.

Hailan Hu

Hailan Hu is a Chinese neuroscientist, Professor, and Executive Director of the Center for Neuroscience at Zhejiang University School of Medicine in Hangzhou, China. Hu explores neural mechanisms underlying social behaviors and psychiatric diseas ...

Vintage Country: Old But Treasured

Vintage Country: Old But Treasured is a studio album by American country music artist Jeannie Seely. It was released February 1, 2011 on Cheyenne Records and was produced by Seely. The album was a collection of classic country songs that had prev ...

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on association football

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused disruption to association football across the world, mirroring its impact across all sports. Across the world and to varying degrees, leagues and competitions have been cancelled or postponed.

Dov Koppelman

Yitzchok Dov Koppelman was born in Kharkov. He was the head of the 1915-founded Lucerne Yeshiva in Switzerland for nearly 50 years. A year before he died, a report about his visit from Switzerland to Melbourne, Australia was titled Worlds oldest ...

Robert Sidney (choreographer)

Robert Sidney was an American choreographer who was responsible for many film, television and stage dance productions between the 1940s and 1970s.

Denise Verret

Denise M. Verret is the director of the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens. She is the first female African American director of an Association of Zoos and Aquariums-accredited institution. She also serves on the board of the Association of Zo ...

Clarissa Knighten

Clarissa Knighten is a jewelry artist who is based in Kansas City. Knighten worked in the corporate world for 19 years before she transitioned to working as a full-time artist in 2017. Knighthens jewelry often incorporates bright colors, bold tex ...

Rose Morgan

Rose Meta Morgan was the owner and operator of the largest beauty parlor for African American women. She was also among the founders of New York’s only black-owned commercial banks, the Freedom National Bank.

Roy Roberts (disambiguation)

Roy Roberts was an American character actor. Roy Roberts may also refer to: Roy Roberts baseball, pitcher in the Negro Leagues Roy Roberts chief executive born 1939, African-American businessman and former vice-president of General Motors Roy Mic ...

Prudence Burns Burrell

Prudence Hathaway Burns Burrell was an American nurse. Burrell served in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II, mainly in the Pacific theater. She continued to tell the story of African American nurses in the war throughout her life.

Ernest Brown

Ernest Brown may refer to: Ernie Brown American football born 1971, American football defensive end Ernest Brown basketball born 1979, American basketball player Ernie Lively, American actor Ernest Brown photographer 1877–1951, American photograp ...

Hallie

Lake Hallie, Wisconsin, village incorporated into the above town Hallie, Wisconsin, town in the United States Hallie, Kentucky, unincorporated community in the United States

Cora Harrington

Cora Harrington is an American writer and lingerie expert. She is the founder and editor-in-chief of the blog, The Lingerie Addict. In 2018 she released the book In Intimate Detail: How to Choose, Wear, and Love Lingerie.

Hardscrabble

Hardscrabble or Hard Scrabble is land that is rocky or of poor quality, as in the term hardscrabble farm. It is often used as a euphemism for any sort of hard working or poverty, as in hardscrabble childhood. A number of towns use this name: Hard ...

I Like It

I Like It may refer to: "I Like It" Sammie song, a 1999 song by American R&B singer Sammie "I Like It", 1952 song by Rosita De La Vega I Like It EP, a 2011 EP by South Korean group ChoColat "I Like It" Overweight Pooch song, a 1991 song by Ov ...

The Definitive Collection

Definitive Collection may refer to: The Definitive Collection Lionel Richie album The Definitive Collection Ernest Tubb album, 2006 The Definitive Collection Diana Ross album, 2006 The Definitive Collection Deadstar album The Definitive Collectio ...

Divisorial scheme

In algebraic geometry, a divisorial scheme is a scheme admitting an "ample family" of line bundles, as opposed to an ample line bundle. In particular, a quasi-projective variety is a divisorial scheme and the notion is a generalization of "quasi- ...

HFA

Honolulu Film Awards Harry Fox Agency, a provider of rights management for music publishers in the US High-fidelity audio, a quality of sound reproduction The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange, a US television show

Clarion Defender

The Clarion Defender was an African American run newspaper in Portland, Oregon. It operated from 1966 until around 1973 and was founded by Jimmy Walker. Its motto was" Oldest Negro Publisher in the Northwest." The Northwest Clarion, initially pub ...

Le Male

Le Male is a mens fragrance created by Francis Kurkdjian for Jean Paul Gaultier in 1995. It has been manufactured by Puig since 2016, and was previously manufactured by Shiseido subsidiary Beaute Prestige International from 1995 until 2015. The f ...

Field trip (disambiguation)

A field trip is a journey by a group of people to a place away from their normal environment, usually for education, personal enrichment, or research purposes. Field trip may also refer to:

Union Cemetery

C Fair Haven Union Cemetery, Connecticut Union Cemetery Niantic, Connecticut, burial place of rodeo performer Tillie Baldwin Union Cemetery Redwood City, California, listed on the NRHP Union Cemetery Easton, Connecticut D Newark Union Burial Grou ...

Treaty of Prairie du Chien

Treaty of Prairie du Chien may refer to any of four treaties signed in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin by the United States and Native American peoples of the Upper Midwest: Fourth Treaty of Prairie du Chien 1830, in which the Sac and Fox, Sioux, Oma ...

Woodlands School

The Woodlands School is a movement in Anishinaabe art. See Woodlands style. There is a number of schools called Woodlands School or have similar names: Woodlands School, Aberdeen, Scotland The Woodlands College Park High School, Montgomery County ...

Central Railway

Central Railway Building, headquarters of the Bangladesh Railway, in India Central Railway India, now the Indian Railways Central Railway zone North Central Railway College, a school in Uttar Pradesh, India Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railwa ...

Sassi Punnu Fort

Sassi Punnu Fort is a historical site and touristic place near Turbat city in Turbat Tehsil, Kech District, Balochistan, Pakistan.

Niha

Lebanon Niha, Chouf, a village in Chouf District, Mount Lebanon, Lebanon Fortress of Niha, also called Cave of Tyron in Frankish sources and Chquif Tayroun in Arabic sources, an ancient fortress in Lebanon near Niha, Chouf Niha, Batroun, a villag ...