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Frisky Business

There have been episodes titled "Frisky Business" on a number of television series, including: Betsys Kindergarten Adventures, an American cartoon on PBS An American in Canada, a Canadian sitcom 101 Dalmatians: The Series, a Disney animated serie ...

2 Broke Girls: A XXX Parody

2 Broke Girls: A XXX Parody is 2019 pornographic parody film based off the successful American sitcom 2 Broke Girls. The film was shot in a point-of-view virtual reality style. It was distributed by the popular VR porn studio and distributor VRco ...

Pretty in Pink (disambiguation)

"Pretty in Pink", a song from the album After the Lights by Sweetbox Pretty in Pink, an album by Seagull Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her "Pretty in Pink" song, a 1981 song by The Psychedelic Furs, re-recorded in 1986 for a film with the same name

Sloan House

Sloan House may refer to: John Sloan Homestead, Volin, South Dakota, listed on the NRHP in Yankton County, South Dakota Sloan House, Glenview, Illinois, the first house known as a solar house, designed by George Fred Keck Sloan–Parker House, Junc ...

Sacred Heart (disambiguation)

Sacred Heart is a devotional name used by some Roman Catholics to refer to the physical heart of Jesus Christ as a symbol of divine love. Sacred Heart may also refer to:

Baglioni Madonna

The Baglioni Madonna or Madonna and Child with Saint Jerome and Saint Anne is an oil on panel painting by Andrea Previtali, now in the art gallery of the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo. His earliest surviving work, it is signed ANDREAS.BER.PIN. Sin ...

Abbey Bible

The Abbey Bible is a complex illuminated manuscript, created in Bologna, Italy during in the mid-thirteenth century. It is an example of a Gothic-style Bible, with significant Byzantine influence. This manuscript is especially known for its disti ...

Processional

A Processional is anything of, and or pertaining to a procession. Processional may also refer to: Processional walkway, a ceremonial walkway Roman Processional, the tenth chapter of Rituale Romanum Processional play, a 1925 play Processional cros ...

Saturninus

Saturninus may refer to: Saturninus 253-268, rebel against Gallienus Gaius Sentius Saturninus, consul 19 BC Saint Saturninus disambiguation, several Christian saints Julius Saturninus 279, provincial governor and rebel against Probus Saturninus o ...

Sabaoth (Gnosticism)

In some Gnostic writings Sabaoth is one of the sons of Ialdabaoth. According to Hypostasis of the Archons and On the Origin of the World, Sabaoth dethrones his father Ialdabaoth. In both accounts, Sabaoth repents, when he hears the voice of Sophi ...

Catherine Lamb

Catherine Lamb is an American composer and violist, and a winner of the 2020 Ernst von Siemens Music Prize Composers Prize.

Lord of the Universe (disambiguation)

Lord of the Universe is a 1974 documentary film on Guru Maharaj Ji. Lord of the Universe may also refer to: An attribute given to Siva, in his role as creator in Bhakti literature A title given to the Gautama In the neophyte ceremonial magic of t ...

Integrally-convex set

An integrally-convex set is the discrete geometry analogue of the concept of convex set in geometry. A subset X of the integer grid Z n {\displaystyle \mathbb {Z} ^{n}} is integrally convex if any point y in the convex hull of X can be expressed ...

The Witchs Trance-Dance

The Witchs Trance-Dance is a short story by Pu Songling first published in Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio.

Lisa Miller

Lisa Miller Scott Pilgrim, a character in Scott Pilgrim Lisa Miller As the World Turns, a character on the TV series As the World Turns Lisa Miller NewsRadio, a character on the TV series NewsRadio Lisa Miller 24, a character on the TV series 24

Venky Kudumula

While studying agriculture and business management at Acharya NG Ranga University, Kudumula forayed into films. He began working as an assistant director to Teja for Neeku Naku Dash 2012 and as a writer for Thoofan 2013. Kudumula went on to work ...

Patriarch (disambiguation)

Patriarch may refer to: Patriarchs Bible, prominent figures in the Hebrew scriptures, especially Abraham, Isaac and Jacob Patriarch magazine, a defunct American magazine that espoused Biblical patriarchy Patriarch, a high-ranking bishop in certai ...

Satguru Uday Singh

Satguru Uday Singh is the current spiritual leader of the Namdhari community and is headquartered at Sri Bhaini Sahib, Ludhiana.

Harry Edwards

Harry Edwards may refer to: Henry Edwards entomologist 1827–1891, English-born actor, writer and butterfly scientist, known as "Harry" Harry Edwards sociologist born 1942, American professor and author Harry Edwards footballer 1870–after 1899, En ...

The End of Everything (EP)

The End of Everything is the second extended play by American singer Noah Cyrus. It was released on May 15, 2020, and was preceded by the singles "July", "Lonely", and "I Got So High That I Saw Jesus".

Transmutation

Transmutation refers to the change of one substance into another. It may refer to: The Magnum opus alchemy, also known as Chrysopoeia, the turning of inexpensive metals, such as lead, into gold Nuclear transmutation, the conversion of one chemica ...

Jagjit Singh (disambiguation)

Jagjit Singh was an Indian ghazal singer, composer and musician. Jagjit Singh may also refer to: Jagjit Singh politician 1934–2015, Indian politician Jagjit Singh field hockey 1944–2010, Indian field hockey player Jagjit Singh Aurora 1916–2005, I ...

Asuryalok

Asuryalok is a 1987 Gujarati language family saga novel by Indian writer Bhagwatikumar Sharma. It won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1988. The plot revolve around a father, his son and grandson who becomes blind at one time or another.

David K. Irving (Director)

David Kenneth Irving is an American film director, screenwriter, author, and professor. He is the son of Jules Irving and Priscilla Pointer. His father is of Russian-Jewish descent. His accolades include the 1981 Writers Guild of America Award fo ...

At-Targhib wat-Tarhib

At-Targhib wat-Tarhib, is one of the Hadith book compilted by Hafiz Zaki-ud-deen Abdul Azeem Al Munzari in the 7th century of Islamic History.

Janeen

Janeen is a female given name. Notable women with the given name include: Janeen Uzzell, American mechanical engineer and business executive Janeen Brian born 1948, Australian writer of childrens books Janeen Webb born 1951, Australian writer, cr ...

Honey Bunny Ka Jholmaal

Honey Bunny ka Jholmaal is an Indian animated comedy television series that currently airs on Sony Yay. The show is available in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam Marathi,Bengali.

Living a Lie

"Living a Lie", a 1987 song by Johnny Logan included with the single release of "Hold Me Now" Johnny Logan song "Living a Lie", a 2006 song by Camron from album Killa Season "Living a Lie", a 2011 song by Skindred from album Union Black "Living a ...

Ayagapata

Numerous such stone tablets discovered during excavations at ancient Jain sites like Kankali Tila near Mathura in India. Some of them date back to 1st century C.E. These slabs are decorated with objects and designs central to Jain worship such as ...

Kinalur inscription

Kinalur inscription is a lost Jain record from Kinalur, around 30 km north-east of Calicut, in north Kerala. The inscription describes the provisions made by Arappan Kunchi, the chieftain of Kurumpurai-nadu, for "Kunavaynallur Vijayaragishwaram J ...

Sharavegada Saradara

Sharavegada Saradara is a 1989 Indian Kannada action film starring Kumar Bangarappa, Ashwini Bhave and Poonam Javeri in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Sangeetha Raja. The film is based on a novel by Sudarshan Desai. Director K. V. ...

Angelique Duchemin

Angelique Duchemin was a French professional boxer known as "La princesse des rings.". She won all 14 of her professional fights, including three by knockout, and was World Boxing Federation featherweight champion.

God Hand (disambiguation)

Ken "Godhand" Mishima, a character from Ehrgeiz God Hand, a recurring weapon in the Final Fantasy series God Hand, a recurring goalkeeper technique in the Inazuma Eleven series Godhand, the demonic version of Lenny from Shadow Hearts: Covenant Go ...

Killing of Emily Jones

On 22 March 2020, 7-year-old Emily Grace Jones was stabbed at Queens Park in Bolton while riding her scooter and died shortly afterwards. Eltiona Skana, a 30-year-old woman unknown to the Jones family, was arrested on the scene for murder.

Drowning (disambiguation)

"Drowning", by Six Feet Under from Alive and Dead "Drowning", by Screaming Jets from World Gone Crazy "Drowning Face Down", by Saving Abel, 2009 "Drowning" Backstreet Boys song, 2001 "Drowning", by Stabbing Westward from Darkest Days "Drowning", ...

Cartwheel

Cartwheel gymnastics, an acrobatic maneuver Aerial cartwheel, an acrobatic move in which a cartwheel is executed without touching hands to the floor

Hydrofluoric acid burn

A hydrofluoric acid burn is a chemical burn from hydrofluoric acid. Where it contacts the skin it results in significant pain, swelling, redness, and skin breakdown. If the fumes are breathed in swelling of the upper airway and bleeding may occur ...

Havildar Joginder Singh

Havildar Joginder Singh, AC was an Indian Army Non Commissioned Officer who was awarded Indias highest peace time military decoration Ashoka Chakra for his gallant act in Nagaland.

SBW

SBW can mean: ICAO designation for Snowbird Airlines The ticker symbol for Western Asset Worldwide Income Fund Inc. in New York Stock Exchange Saffron Broadcasting Website. The online broadcasting world for Saffron Walden and surrounding areas Es ...

John Pollard

John Garland Pollard 1871–1937, American politician who served as governor of Virginia, 1930–1934 John Pollard died 1575, MP for Plympton Erle, Barnstaple, Exeter and Grampound John Pollard politician, former Northwest Territories MLA and Mayor o ...

Domestic discipline

Domestic discipline most commonly refers to as the practice of fully consensual corporal discipline between two competent adult partners in a relationship, but also may refer to: General topics Domestic violence, a pattern of abusive behaviors by ...

Waney Island Cockfight

Waney Island Cockfight or The Bonny Grey is an English folk song, Roud 211. Variants of the song exist across northern England from Cumbria to Shropshire.

Born to Kill

Born to Kill 1967 film, a Spaghetti Western directed by Antonio Mollica Born to Kill 1947 film, a film noir directed by Robert Wise Born to Kill 1996 film, a South Korean action film Born to Kill 1974 film or Cockfighter, a film directed by Monte ...

Race track (disambiguation)

A race track is a purpose-built facility for the conducting of races. Race track may also refer to: Racetrack memory, a device for storing bits in a magnetic racetrack Margaret "Racetrack" Edmondson, a character on the television series Battlesta ...

Twilight of the Gods

"Twilight of the Gods" Blind Guardian song, a 2014 song and a single by Blind Guardian from Beyond the Red Mirror "Twilight of the Gods", a song by Helloween from Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1 Twilight of the Gods opera Gotterdammerung, the las ...

Flight Risk

Flight Risk may refer to: Risks associated with flights or aviation A term to describe a person under custody of law enforcement who is considered likely to abscond, see bail hearing as used in the United States

Signal for Help

The Signal for Help is a single-handed gesture that symbolically entraps the thumb in the palm and can be used by an individual to alert others that they feel threatened and need help over a video call, or in-person. It was originally created as ...

Morning Star (The Walking Dead)

"Morning Star" is the eleventh episode of the tenth season of the post-apocalyptic horror television series The Walking Dead, which aired on AMC on March 8, 2020. The episode was written by Vivian Tse and Julia Ruchman, and directed by Michael E. ...

Azizur Rahman (Bangladeshi politician)

Azizur Rahman is a Bangladesh Awami League politician and the former Member of Parliament of Maulvibazar-3. He was also a former joint secretary general of Bangladesh Awami League.

Moonshine (disambiguation)

Moonshine is a colloquial term for illicitly distilled, illegally produced alcoholic beverages. Moonshine may also refer to: Moonshine or moonlight, the light that reaches Earth from the Moon