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The Indian Tomb

The Indian Tomb or Das indische Grabmal may refer to: Das indische Grabmal novel, 1918 novel by Thea von Harbou. Part 1: The Mission of the Yogi 1921 film. The Indian Tomb 1921 German silent film directed by Joe May, script by Fritz Lang and Thea ...

Angeliki Chadzimichali

Angeliki Hatzimichalis was a Greek folklorist and writer. She became known mainly for her studies on Greek folk art, and for her efforts to preserve the Greek cultural heritage. In 1956, she was awarded the Academy of Athens silver medal. In Dece ...

Dimitra

Dimitra Liani, widow of the former Greek Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou Dimitra Asilian, female Greek water polo player Dimitra Arliss, Greek American actress Dimitra Simeonidou, telecommunications engineer

32nd Regiment

32nd Infantry Regiment Greece 32nd Cornwall Regiment of Foot, a unit of the United Kingdom Army 32nd Infantry Regiment United States, a unit of the United States Army

39th Regiment

2/39 Evzone Regiment, Greece 39th Dorsetshire Regiment of Foot, a unit of the British Army 39th Infantry Regiment United States, a unit of the United States Army The Garhwal Rifles 39th Garhwal Rifles, a unit of both the British Indian Army, and ...

Talos (disambiguation)

Talos the Untamed, a character who has opposed the Hulk and other Marvel Comics characters Talos Freedom City, a supervillain in the Freedom City setting for the game Mutants & Masterminds The Talos Principle, a first-person puzzle video game Tal ...

Elijah (disambiguation)

Elijah Mikaelson, a fictional character of the Original Vampires in The Vampire Diaries Elijah Craig, a Baptist preacher in Virginia, an inventor of bourbon whiskey. Elijah given name, list of people with the name Elijah or other variant forms

Ritter (disambiguation)

Ritter is the second lowest-ranking title of nobility in German-speaking areas, just above an Edler, considered roughly equal to the title Knight or Baronet. Ritter may also refer to:

FPE

FPE may refer to: Fuchs Petrolub, a German lubricant manufacturer Factor price equalization Fire protection engineer Free-piston engine Flash pulmonary edema Fokker–Planck equation Force Protection Europe, a vehicle manufacturer Fuel Price Escala ...

2T

2T or 2-T may refer to: 2T, a series of Toyota T engine models 2T, abbreviation of Alisport Silent 2 Targa 2T oil; see Two-stroke oil J-2T, a model of J-2 rocket engine 2T Stalker, armoured vehicle used by the Belarusian Army 2T, IATA code for th ...

L50

L50 may refer to: N50, L50, and related statistics, used in genome assembly Kavango – Southwest Bantu languages, Bantu language HMAS Tobruk L 50, Royal Australian Navy ship Honduran lempira, Honduran banknote British L-class submarine#Group 3 L50 ...

Ling Tai

Ling Tai is a Chinese actress, remembered for being a presenter on the final year of childrens programme Crackerjack! as well as playing Lily in the first series of childrens comedy Spatz. Abandoned as a baby in a Hong Kong street, she was adopte ...

Our Love

Our Love can refer to: Our Love Caribou album, an album from the Canadian musician Caribou "Our Love", a song from Editors 2015 album In Dream "Our Love Dont Throw It All Away", a 1978 song by Andy Gibb Our Love Twins album, an album from the Can ...

Charles Martel (disambiguation)

Karl Hermann Martell 1906–1966, German actor Charles Martel of Anjou 1271–1295, titular King of Hungary Charles Martel librarian 1860–1945, American librarian Charles Martel, Duke of Calabria 1327

Iron Throne

Iron Throne may refer to: The Iron Throne Forgotten Realms, a fictional organization in the Forgotten Realms setting of Dungeons & Dragons "The Iron Throne" Game of Thrones, the final episode of Game of Thrones, the TV adaptation of A Song of Ice ...

Nancy Leishman

Nancy Louise Leishman was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on October 2, 1894. She was the youngest of three children born to John George Alexander Leishman 1857–1924 by Julia nee Crawford Leishman 1864–1918. Her father, the son of Scots-Irish im ...

Celebration (Fun Factory song)

Celebration is a 1995 Eurodance song by German band Fun Factory. It was released as the second single from their second album, Fun-Tastic. The song is sung by Marie Anett Mey and the rap is by Smooth T. It peaked at number 12 in Germany, number 1 ...

Agniyar River

The Agniyar River is located with the greater Agniyar basin, which includes the Agniyar’s drainage basin, along with the watersheds of the neighboring Ambuliyar and South Vellar rivers. This basin is situated to the north of the Pambar basin, and ...

Yugantar Film Collective

Yugantar Film Collective was an all female feminist film collective founded in Bangalore, India, in 1980 by Deepa Dhanraj, Abha Bhaiya, Navroze Contractor, and Meera Rao. It was the first feminist film collective in India. Between 1980 and 1983, ...

AGC

Assyrian General Conference, a political organization in Iraq Australian Girls Choir, a choir

HEARTECT platform

The HEARTECT platform is a subcompact car platform that underpin various Suzuki models since 2014. The platform was claimed to utilize Ultra and Advanced High Tensile Steel. These materials could improve the occupant safety in case of an impact. ...

ZAM

Zam or ZAM or similar may refer to: Miahuatlan Zapotec language ISO 639-3 language code Zabava miliona ZaM, a record label renamed Grand Production Zam, Burkina Faso Zamboanga International Airport Zam, Hunedoara, Romania Zam, a Zoroastrian conce ...

Salahi

Salahi may refer to: Places Salahi, Razavi Khorasan, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran Salahi, Khuzestan, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran People Michaele and Tareq Salahi "the Salahis", known as perpetrators of the 2009 U.S. ...

Innova

Innova may refer to: Innova company, a Russian publisher and localizer for MMO games and multiplayer browser games Innova album, the sixth album by Fireflight Toyota Innova, an MPV Innova Capital Partners, an American investment firm Innova Discs ...

Dhia Jafar

Dhia Jafar was an Iraqi engineer and statesman who held various ministerial positions during the monarchy in Iraq. He was closely connected to Nuri Al-Said and Iraqs last King Faisal II. Jafar served as Minister of Transport, Economy, Finance and ...

Iraqi Council

Iraqi Council may refer to: Council of Representatives of Iraq, the unicameral legislature of Iraq Iraqi Governing Council, the provisional government of Iraq from July 13, 2003, to June 1, 2004 Revolutionary Command Council Iraq, the ultimate de ...

Golden Ball

Ballon dOr, an international annual association football award FIFA Ballon dOr 2010–2015, annual association football award created with the merger of Ballon dOr and FIFA World Player of the Year between 2010 and 2015 Golden Ball Czech Republic, ...

Rose and Crown

Rose and Crown, a popular Pub name Rose & Crown Bar, Belfast, Northern Ireland, subject of the 1974 Rose & Crown Bar bombing The Rose and Crown, Clay Hill, a pub in London, England Rose and Crown, Stoke Newington, a pub in London, England Rose & ...

Cairn Homes

Cairn Homes is an Irish house-builder and developer focusing on the Greater Dublin Area and other major urban areas of Ireland. The company is listed on Euronext Dublin and is a constituent member of the ISEQ 20 with a market capitalisation of €9 ...

Patrick OConnell

Patrick OConnell may refer to: Patrick OConnell chef born 1945, author, chef, and owner of The Inn at Little Washington Pat OConnell surfer born 1971, American surfer Pat OConnell baseball 1861–1943, Major League Baseball center fielder Paddy OCo ...

Mark Flanagan

Mark Flanagan may refer to: Mark Flanagan rugby union born 1989, Irish rugby union player Mark Flanagan musician, British blues guitarist Mark G. Flanagan born 1963, American politician Mark Flanagan rugby league born 1987, English rugby league p ...

Late Night Tales: David Holmes

Late Night Tales: David Holmes is a DJ mix album curated and performed by David Holmes for Late Night Tales series, released by Night Time Stories on 21 October 2016. It features artists such as Children of Sunshine, Buddy Holly, Neo Maya, Geese, ...

Paul Howard

Paul Howard may refer to: Paul Howard illustrator born 1967, childrens illustrator Paul Howard writer born 1971, Irish journalist Paul Howard Charity Deputy-CEO born 1989, Deputy CEO for charity LUPUS UK Paul Howard musician 1895–1980, American j ...

Brian Farrell

Brian Farrell may refer to: Brian Farrell Gaelic footballer, Gaelic footballer from County Meath, Ireland Brian Farrell bishop born 1944, Roman Catholic bishop Brian Farrell lacrosse born 1988, lacrosse player Brian Farrell video game executive, ...

Gregory Hill

Gregory Hill may refer to: Greg Hill poet, poet and editor Greg A. Hill born 1963, BMX racer Gregory Hill hill, a hill or Marilyn in Ireland Greg Hill, former bassist of groove spot Greg Hill author, American musician and author Greg A. Hill arti ...

Ulster Bank £20 note

The Ulster Bank £20 note is a banknote issued by Ulster Bank. It is valued at twenty pounds sterling. In February 2018 Ulster Bank confirmed that their banknotes would be printed in polymer and be the first United Kingdom banknotes to be printed ...

Moondance (disambiguation)

"Moon Dance", a song by Andreas Vollenweider from the 1986 album Down to the Moon "Moondance Van Morrison song", a song from the album of same name An instrumental by Nightwish from the album Oceanborn

Jack OConnell

Jack OConnell may refer to: Jack OConnell filmmaker, director of the 1968 film Revolution Jack OConnell Australian footballer 1902–1975, Australian rules footballer Jack OConnell diplomat 1921–2010, American diplomat and CIA Station chief in Amma ...

Kevin OSullivan

Kevin OSullivan may refer to: Kevin OSullivan baseball born 1968, American college baseball coach and former player Kevin OSullivan journalist born c. 1960, editor of The Irish Times Kevin OSullivan Gaelic footballer born 1984, Irish Gaelic footb ...

Brian Anderson

Brian Anderson may refer to: Brian Anderson third baseman born 1993, baseball third baseman Brian Anderson academic born 1941, Australian professor Brian Anderson outfielder born 1982, baseball outfielder Brian Anderson British boxer born 1961, B ...

Bill Walsh

Bill Walsh is the name of: Bill Walsh American football coach 1931–2007, head coach of San Francisco 49ers and at Stanford University Bill Walsh firefighter born 1957, American firefighter and television actor Bill Walsh American football, born 1 ...

Billy Burke

Billy Burke or Bill Burke may refer to: Bill Burke photographer born 1943, American documentary photographer Billy Burke hurler 1912–1995, Irish hurler Billy Burke actor born 1966, American actor Billy Burke firefighter 1945–2001, sacrificed his ...

Andy Roe

In 1996, Andy Roe commissioned out of Royal Military Academy Sandhurst to join the 12th Regiment Royal Artillery as an officer and in his time as an officer, he served as a troop commander and a battery captain and served two tours in Northern Ir ...

One of the Bravest

One of the Bravest is a 1925 American silent action drama film directed by Frank OConnor and starring Ralph Lewis, Edward Hearn and Pat Somerset. A father of Irish heritage rejects his firefighter son when he marries and Jewish girl, and wrongly ...

Mickey Finn

Mickey Finn or Micky Finn may refer to: Micky Finn footballer born 1954, English former football goalkeeper Mickey Finn drummer 1947–2003, British drummer and former member of T. Rex Mickey Finn guitarist 1947–2013, British rock guitarist Mickey ...

Samuel Murray (disambiguation)

Samuel J. Murray soldier 1918–2004, American soldier Kinetic 9 born Samuel Craig Murray, American hip-hop musician Samuel J. Murray 1851–1915, American inventor Samuel Murray racquetball, Canadian racquetball player Sam Murray tennis born 1987, B ...

William Glen

William Glen or Glenn may refer to: William Glen poet 1789–1826, Scottish poet William Glenn 1914–2003, American cardiac surgeon William Glen footballer 1903–1981, Irish football player William Glen geologist born 1932, American geologist and his ...

LLA

LLA may stand for: Irish Land and Labour Association Latitude, longitude, and altitude, in a geographic coordinate system Loma Linda Academy Lady Literate in Arts Luleå Airport, IATA airport code Link-local address, a type of computer network add ...

Robert Graves (disambiguation)

Robert Graves was an English poet, translator and novelist. Robert, Bob, or Rob Graves may also refer to: Robert Perceval Graves 1810-1893, Irish theologian, poet and biographer of Sir William Rowan Hamilton Robert Muir Graves 1930–2003, American ...

John Mulholland

John Mulholland may refer to: John Mulholland footballer, born 1928, Scottish footballer Grimsby Town, Scunthorpe United John F. Mulholland, Jr., United States Army officer John Mulholland politician born 1946, Mayor of Galway 1986–1987 and 1996– ...