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Gallagher

The Gallagher family, from Shameless Mary Katherine Gallagher, fictional Saturday Night Live character

Cyclocybe parasitica

Cyclocybe parasitica, also known as tawaka in te reo or poplar mushroom, is a species of gilled mushroom in the genus Cyclocybe found mostly in New Zealand and Australia. It grows on native and introduced trees where it can cause heart rot, and d ...

When Im Gone (Carter Family song)

When Im Gone also commonly known by its longer title Youre Gonna Miss Me When Im Gone ", is a popular song written by A. P. Carter and was recorded in 1931 by the Carter Family.

Broadway Bank

Broadway Bank may refer to: Broadway Bank of Brooklyn, a New York bank absorbed into Manufacturers Trust Company in the early 20th century Broadway Bank Texas, a San Antonio bank founded in 1942, also controlling Eisenhower Bank, and still operat ...

CR7 Motorsports

CR7 Motorsports is an American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, fielding the No. 9 Chevrolet Silverado for driver and owner Codie Rohrbaugh and in the ARCA Menards Series ...

Devaraja Market

Devaraja Market is a market located in Mysuru. One can buy flowers, fruits, and choose from conical piles of colorful Kumkum powder. Spices, sandalwood products, silk saris, essential oils, and incense are also available for purchase. The market ...

George Washington Baines

George Washington Baines was an American frontier Reverend, politician, editor, teacher, and Pioneer Baptist Preacher in Texas; he was also president of Baylor University.

All in the Family (disambiguation)

All in the Family is a 1970s American television sitcom. All in the Family may also refer to: Episodes "All in the Family" Body of Proof, an episode of Body of Proof "All in the Family" CSI: NY, an episode of CSI: NY "All in the Family" Married. ...

Smiling (song)

Smiling is a song by Canadian-American singer Alanis Morissette co-written by Morissette and Michael Farrell. It was one of two new songs written for the Broadway adaptation of Morissettes 1995 album, Jagged Little Pill, and later released as the ...

EFT

An eft is the terrestrial juvenile phase of a newt. EFT, EfT, or eft also may refer to: Ecosystem Functional Type Electronic funds transfer Evangelical Fellowship of Thailand Effective field theory Emotional Freedom Techniques Exploration Flight ...

Russell Mock

Russell Russ Mock is an American judge serving on the First District Court of Appeals for the State of Ohio. Judge Mock is serving his third term as the courts Presiding and Administrative Judge. The Court of Appeals is the second highest court i ...

Truman House

Harry S. Truman Little White House, Key West, Florida, NRHP-listed Solomon Young Farm-Harry S. Truman Farm, Grandview, Missouri, NRHP-listed, part of Harry S. Truman Historic District Harry S. Truman National Historic Site, Independence, Missouri ...

Douglas House

Lewis Douglas House, Phoenix, Arizona, listed on the NRHP Bennink-Douglas Cottages, Cambridge, Massachusetts Walter Douglas House, Bisbee, Arizona, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP John B. and Ketura Kettie Douglas House, T ...

Burns House

Burns House may refer to: in Scotland Burns Cottage, a home of poet Robert Burns in the United States Burns House Yankton, South Dakota, NRHP-listed William J. Burns House, Sarasota, Florida, NRHP-listed Jeremiah Burns Farm, Waynesboro, Pennsylva ...

Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort

Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort is a hotel in the Catalina Foothills section of Tucson, Arizona. It began in 1929 as a private boarding school for girls. It was converted into a guest ranch after World War II.

Maulvi family

The Maulvi family, better known as the family of Jitu Miah, were a wealthy Bengali Muslim jagirdar family of Maulvis based in Sylhet. They played important religious and political roles in the history of Sylhet, Bengal and the subcontinent. Jitu ...

Ring-A-Ling

Ring-A-Ling or Ring A Ling may refer to: "Ring-A-Ling", song by The Black Eyed Peas from The E.N.D., 2009 "Ring-A-Ling", a song by Lionel Long, 1958 "Ring A-Ling A-Ling", also "Ring A-Ling", a song by The Midnighters, 1998 "Ring-A-Ling", a song b ...

Ding-a-Ling (Stefflon Don and Skepta song)

Ding-a-Ling is a song performed by British rapper and singer Stefflon Don and English rapper Skepta. It was released as the second single from Stefflon Dons extended play Hurtin Me – The EP on 16 November 2017 through Polydor Records. The song pe ...

Chitrangada

Chitrangada can refer to the following people in Hindu epics: Chitrāngadā, a wife of Arjuna Chitrāngada, a son of Shantanu, king of Kuru Chitrāngadā, a daughter of Vishwakarma

D52

D52 or D52 road may refer to: roads: D52 road Calvados, a road connecting Pont-Farcy and Vire, France D52 road Drome, a road near Geyssans, France D52 road Nord, an ancient Roman road connecting Cassel to the sea D52 road Croatia, a road connecti ...

Isaac Komnenos

Isaac Komnenos may refer to: Isaac Komnenos son of Alexios I 16 January 1093 – after 1152, son of Byzantine emperor Alexios I Komnenos and Irene Doukaina Isaac Komnenos of Cyprus c. 1155 – 1195/1196 Isaac Komnenos son of John II 1113–?, son of By ...

Dadi Amma. Dadi Amma Maan Jaao!

Dadi Amma. Dadi Amma Maan Jaao! is an Indian Hindi television series on StarPlus. Produced by Rajshri Productions, it stars Seema Biswas, Mohan Joshi, Sheen Das and Anagha Bhosale. It premiered on 27 January 2020. The show was taken off the air a ...

Tuxedo (disambiguation)

Canada Tuxedo, Winnipeg, Manitoba, a city neighbourhood Tuxedo electoral district, a provincial electoral district in Manitoba Tuxedo Park, Calgary, Alberta, a city neighbourhood United States Tuxedo Metro-North station Tuxedo, New York, a town T ...

Evert Kwok

The first comic book was published at publisher Syndikaat in 2016, called" Evert Kwok 1”. At the moment the duo has published 7 comic books, all published by the same publisher. The cartoons are characterized by word jokes, dry humor and strange ...

Monkman & Seagull’s Genius Adventures

Monkman & Seagulls Genius Adventures is a BBC documentary series presented by Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull, a duo who met as rivals on the quiz programme University Challenge and became friends, coauthors and TV and radio show cohosts. The show ...

Feel Good (Ike & Tina Turner song)

"Feel Good" was written by Tina Turner and recorded at her recording studio, Bolic Sound, in March 1972. The record was produced by Ike Turner and Gerhard Augustin. It was released on United Artists Records as the first single from Ike & Tina Tur ...

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary, or Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, and similar names like Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Cathedral may refer to: Argentina Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Parana Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Azul Cathedr ...

Nick Fury (disambiguation)

Nick Fury is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Nick Fury may also refer to: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. feature, a feature in Strange Tales Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. comic book, a comi ...

Widget

E-9A Widget, a turboprop airliner Widget beer, a device placed in cans and bottles of beer to aid in the generation of froth

Huawei Honor 6

The Honor 6 is a mid-end Android smartphone produced by Huawei. It was released in August 2014. It is the second mid-end phone of Huaweis subrand Honor.Honor 6 has a 5.0-inch IPS LCD display and runs on Android 6 OS after latest update. It is the ...

Huawei Honor 3C

The Honor 3C is a mid-end Android smartphone produced by Huawei. It was released in April 2014. It is the first mid end phone of Huaweis subrand Honor.Honor 3C has a 5.0-inch LCD display and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat OS after latest update.

Summoner

Necromancer, a magician who supposedly summons the spirits of the deceased Theurgist, a magician who supposedly summons gods Summoner, a person who practices evocation, the act of calling upon or summoning a spirit or deity Summoner Wicca, a posi ...

Vril (disambiguation)

Vril may refer to: Vril, or Vital Magnetism is the title of an alternative medicine and spirituality book by William Walker Atkinson originally published in 1911. ISBN 978-1585090303 Vril, the Power of the Coming Race, Edward Bulwer-Lyttons scien ...

Last of Her Name

Last of Her Name is a collection of stories by Mimi Lok, published by Kaya Press in October 2019. It won the 2020 PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for debut short story collection and is the finalist for 2020 The California Independent Bookseller Alli ...

Garbage Man

Garbage Man may refer to: "Garbage Man," a Swamp Thing-style DC Comics character created by Aaron Lopresti featured in the anthology mini-series Weird Worlds and My Greatest Adventure. "Garbage Man," a song by punk rock band The Cramps off their ...

Phoenix King

Phoenix King may refer to: Phoenix King formerly Fire Lord Ozai, a character in Avatar: The Last Airbender "The Phoenix King", part 1 of Sozins Comet: The Final Battle, the series finale of Avatar: The Last Airbender Phoenix King Warhammer Phoeni ...

Unagi (disambiguation)

Unagi is the Japanese word for freshwater eels. Unagi can also mean: Unagi, a character in the Japanese visual novel Popotan The One With Unagi, the 17th episode of the 6th season of the TV show Friends The original Japanese title of the 1997 fil ...

Bending (disambiguation)

Bending may refer to: A harmonica technique used to change the pitch of a note. Bending the rules The middle name of fictional Futurama character Bender Bending Rodriguez Bending metalworking, a sheet metalworking process used in manufacture The ...

Someone to Watch Over Me

Someone to Watch Over Me may refer to: Someone to Watch Over Me film, a 1987 film starring Tom Berenger and Mimi Rogers "Someone to Watch Over Me" song, a 1926 song written by George and Ira Gershwin Someone to Watch Over Me TV series, a 2016 Phi ...

Dr. Acula

Dr. Acula is a variation of the name Dracula. Dr. Acula may also refer to: Dr. Acula, film proposed by Ed Wood, as depicted in Ed Wood film Dr. Acula, fictional film by the Scrubs character J.D. Dr. Acula, post-hardcore band Bear vs. Shark Pseudo ...

Van Helsing (disambiguation)

Abraham Van Helsing is a character in Dracula media. Van Helsing may also refer to: Van Helsing film, a 2004 action/horror film Van Helsing: The London Assignment, the animated film Gabriel Van Helsing, a character in Van Helsing media Van Helsin ...

Arthur Pendragon (disambiguation)

Arthur Pendragon is another name for King Arthur, a legendary British leader. Arthur Pendragon may also refer to: Sir Arthur Pendragon, a character in video games produced by Ultimate Play the Game Saber Fate/stay night, or Artoria Pendragon, a c ...

Shriek

Shriek may refer to: Shriek comics, a Marvel Comics character a slang term for the exclamation mark, used in some computing and mathematical contexts, such as f! {\displaystyle f_{!}} and f! {\displaystyle f^{!}} being called shriek maps. Shriek ...

T1000

T1000 may refer to SNCF Class T 1000, a French train class predecessor of the SNCF Class T 2000 Toshiba T1000, a laptop computer T-1000, a character in the movie Terminator 2: Judgement Day Telebit T1000, a model of modem a type of carbon fiber m ...

V for Vendetta (disambiguation)

V for Vendetta can refer to: V for Vendetta, a 1965 episode of Twelve OClock High TV series. V for Vendetta, ten-issue comic book series written by Alan Moore and illustrated mostly by David Lloyd. Guy Fawkes mask or V for Vendetta mask, a stylis ...

Mainframe (disambiguation)

A mainframe computer is a type of large data processing system. Mainframe may also refer to: Either of two fictional Marvel Comics characters Mainframe, a character from the Guardians of the Galaxy series Mainframe comics, from the series A-Next ...

Six of One

The idiom "six of one, half a dozen of the other" means that two alternatives are equivalent or indifferent; it doesnt matter which one we choose. Six of One, Half Dozen of the Other or Six of One may also refer to one of the following: Six of On ...

Zangetsu

A fictional exorcist and the protagonist of Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon A move performed by the character Hitomi in the Dead or Alive fighting game series. A Kamen Rider form of Takatora Kureshima in tokusatsu series, Kamen Rider Gaim. Writte ...

Honeydew

Honeydew may refer to: Honeydew, West Virginia, United States Honeydew secretion, a sugar-rich sticky substance secreted by various animals Honeydew, California, a town in the United States Honey Dew Donuts, a Massachusetts-based franchise sellin ...

Practical joker

Practical joker may refer to: Someone who plays a practical joke, setting up a situation to produce a humorous physical outcome at the expense of a target The Practical Joker, a character on the 1995 TV series Deadly Games "The Practical Joker" 1 ...