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Burned

Burned or burnt may refer to: Burned TV series, 2003 MTV television series "Burned", a song by Hilary Duff from Dignity, 2007 "Burned", a song written by Neil Young on the eponymous Buffalo Springfield album Burnt film, a 2015 drama film starring ...

Perfect

Perfect commonly refers to: Perfect grammar, a grammatical category in certain languages Perfection, a philosophical concept "Perfect" Ed Sheeran song Perfect may also refer to:

Glass (disambiguation)

Glass band, a progressive rock band from the Pacific Northwest "Glass", a song by Julian Casablancas from Phrazes for the Young "Glass" From Her Eyes song, 2015 Glass Index Case album, the second indie album by Index Case, released in 2002 "Glass ...

Fallout (disambiguation)

Fall-Out, the English translation of Gudrun Pausewangs novel Die Wolke, 1987 Fall Out, 1957 anti nuclear study edited by Bertrand Russell Fallout novel, a 2010 novel by Ellen Hopkins

Eileen Spinelli

She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She wanted to be a writer from a young age. She grew up in Secane, Pennsylvania attended high school in Rose Valley, Pennsylvania. She won a poetry writing contest when she was in high school. She began ...

Chocolate Kiddies 1925 European tour

The Chocolate Kiddies is a three-act Broadway-styled revue that, in its inaugural production – from May to September 1925 – toured Berlin, Hamburg, Stockholm, and Copenhagen. The show never actually performed on Broadway, but was conceived, assem ...

List of Marisa Tomei performances

Marisa Tomei is an American actress. She is the recipient of various accolades including an Academy Award and nominations for a BAFTA Award, two Golden Globe Awards, and three Screen Actors Guild Awards. Following her work on the television serie ...

Nightwork

Nightwork is shift work which is carried out at night. Nightwork or Night Work may also refer to: Night Work 1930 film, starring Eddie Quillan Nightwork: A History of Hacks and Pranks at MIT, a 2003 book Night Work Glavinic novel, a 2006 novel by ...

Michael Temple Canfield

According to the memoirs of Loelia, Duchess of Westminster, King Edward VIII believed that Canfield was actually the biological son of his brother Prince George, Duke of Kent the fourth son of King George V and Kiki Preston, a "glamorous but drug ...

Balm of Gilead (disambiguation)

The Balm of Gilead was a rare perfume of the Bible, now used in figurative speech to signify a universal cure. Balm of Gilead or Balm in Gilead may also refer to:

Mari Ness

Mari Ness is an American poet, author, and critic. She has multiple publications in various science fiction and fantasy magazines and anthologies. Her work has been published in Apex Magazine, Clarkesworld, Daily Science Fiction, Fantasy Magazine ...

Through a Glass Darkly

Through a Glass Darkly, a 1932 poetry collection by Sonia Raiziss Through a Glass, Darkly, a poem by Arthur Hugh Clough Through a Glass Darkly, a poetry collection by Don Maclennan "Through a Glass, Darkly", a poem by George S. Patton

Flavia

Flavia gens, the Roman clan and imperial dynasty Flavia Ottaviani, an Italian figure skater Flavia Tumusiime, a Ugandan actress and radio and television host Flavia Cacace, a professional dancer Flavia Pennetta, an Italian tennis player Flavia Ag ...

Golden Egg (disambiguation)

Fables and folk tales The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs, one of the best known Aesops Fables Fictional entities A golden egg, the main object of the Russian folk tale "Kurochka Ryaba" "Ryaba the Hen" Games Golden egg, a microtransaction in the ...

About Face

About Face Media, a content marketing agency About Face, a 1991 film by Norman Cowie About Face 2008 film, a Canadian film starring Hugh Dillon About Face 1942 film, a 1942 American film About Face 1952 film, a 1952 film starring Gordon MacRae an ...

Grateful Dead Origins

Grateful Dead Origins is a graphic novel about the rock band the Grateful Dead. A work of non-fiction, it tells the story of the early days of the band and how it emerged as part of the San Francisco music scene amid the counterculture of the 196 ...

Midnight (disambiguation)

Midnight 1931 film, a film starring Eve Gray Midnight 1934 film, a film noir directed by Chester Erskine, with Humphrey Bogart in an early role "Midnight" Fringe, an episode of Fringe midnight, a comedy game show Midnight 1998 film, a Brazilian f ...

International Supply Chain Education Alliance

The International Supply Chain Education Alliance is a supply chain professionals certifying body best known for becoming the first organization validating the knowledge of supply chain managers around the world and providing them with the CSCM d ...

Entropy (magazine)

Entropy is an online magazine that covers literary and related non-literary content. The magazine features personal essays, reviews, experimental literature, poetry, interviews, as well as writings on small press culture, video games, performance ...

Mahanubhava

Mahanubhav refers to Hindu sects in India, started by Sarvadnya Shri Chakradhar Swami in 1100-1200. Shri Chakradhar Swami propagated a religious movement, as well as social movement, in which all members were accepted irrespective of their castes ...

Long Lake

Long Lake Township, Crow Wing County, Minnesota Long Lake, South Dakota Long Lake, New York Long Lake Township, Michigan Long Lake, Washburn County, Wisconsin, a town Long Lake, Florence County, Wisconsin, a town Long Lake Township, Watonwan Coun ...

Mobilize Earth

Mobilize Earth is the public name of Project Earth 2025, Inc., a US environmental and nonprofit corporation. It aims to raise awareness, demand action, and "mitigate the climate and ecological emergency by bringing together people from all walks ...

Long Wall

Long walls were ancient Greek defensive structures between cities and ports, especially the Long Walls linking Athens to Piraeus and Phalerum. Long Wall may also refer to: Anastasian Wall Long Wall of Vietnam Long Wall of China, officially known ...

Earth-return telegraph

Earth-return telegraph is the system whereaby the return path for the electric current of a telegraph circuit is provided by connection to the earth through an earth electrode. Using earth return saves a great deal of money on installation costs ...

Miss Earth Vietnam

This is the representative list of Vietnam at Miss Earth. Vietnam began sending representatives in 2003. The years 2008-2009, 2013-2015 had no representatives. In 2018, Vietnam won Miss Earth for the first time.

Literary Heights Festival

The Literary Heights Festival is a Polish literary festival founded in 2015 which takes place in the vicinity of Nowa Ruda at the foot of the Owl Mountains in the Klodzko Valley. The events organizers include the Mount Babel Cultural Association, ...

Pan African Universities Debating Championship

Pan African Universities Debating Championship is the biggest intercollegiate debate championship on the African continent established in 2008 by the University of Botswana Debate Masters Association. It is a platform that affords students from a ...

Buddhi Vardhak Sabha

The Buddhi Vardhak Sabha, also known as the Buddhi Vardhak Hindu Sabha, was a socio-religious reform organization in Bombay, in British India. It was founded in 1851 by the members of another Bombay reform association, the Jnayan Prasarak Mandali ...

List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 2020

List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 2020: Guggenheim Fellowships have been awarded annually since 1925, by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to those "who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exce ...

New Market Historic District

New Market Historic District may refer to one of several places listed on the National Register of Historic Places: New Market Historic District New Market, Virginia, listed on the NRHP in Virginia New Market Historic District New Market, Alabama ...

Popati Hiranandani

Popati Hiranandani was a prominent Sindhi language writer who authored more than sixty books during her life. She was an essayist, fiction writer, poetess, educationist, feminist and social activitist. She made significant contributions to Sindhi ...

Frame

A frame is often a structural system that supports other components of a physical construction and/or steel frame that limits the constructions extent. Frame and FRAME may also refer to:

Katharine Kimball

Katharine Kimball A.B.E) was an American artist, illustrator, and etcher, who spent most of her life in England. She is best known for her drawings and etchings of urban and rural landscapes in England and Europe. Many of her images were used to ...

Spectra

Spectra may refer to: The plural of spectrum topology, an object representing a generalized cohomology theory in algebraic topology Spectra mathematical association, an association of LGBT mathematicians The plural of spectrum, conditions or valu ...

Pinball (disambiguation)

Pinball, 1973, a 1980 novel by Haruki Murakami Pinball journal, an online literary magazine that publishes fiction, non-fiction, and comics Pinball, a sport on the TV series Robot and Monster Pinball, a fictional character in Squadron Supreme

Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana

Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana is a contemporary arts space focused on the Latinx and Chicano experience and history, located in the SoFA district at 510 South First Street in San Jose, California. The museum was founded in 1989, i ...

Aleksandr Skidan

Aleksandr Vadimovich Skidan is an author of Russian poetry and a translator of both American poetry and American and European literary theory. Skidan is known as one of Russias most notable contemporary poets.

Clarion

A trumpet organ stop that usually plays an octave above unison pitch Clarion instrument, a type of trumpet used in the Middle Ages The register of a clarinet that ranges from B4 to C6 "Clarion" song, a 2008 single by multinational band Guillemots

Freydal

Freydal is an uncompleted illustrated prose narrative commissioned by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I in the early 16th century. It was intended to be a romantic allegorical account of Maximilians own participation in a series of jousting to ...

Trident Media Group, LLC

Trident Media Group, LLC is an American literary agency that represents authors across several categories including print publishing, eBooks, audiobooks, book translations, book-to-film/TV adaptation, stage adaptation and new media. Trident Media ...

Golden Haggadah

The Golden Haggadah is an illuminated Haggadah, a ritual text used in the celebration of Passover, created around the year 1320 in Catalonia. There are 56 miniatures in the manuscript and it is one of the most lavishly decorated examples of a med ...

Vered Noam

Vered Noam was born in Jerusalem in 1960 to Professor Yehuda Elitzur and childrens author Rivka Elitzur. In 1985 she earned her BA in Talmud and Archaeology; in 1989 she earned her MA in Talmud; and in 1997 she earned her PhD in Talmud –– all of ...

Bernis von zur Muehlen

Bernis von zur Muehlen is an American fine arts photographer. She received BA in literature from the University of Pennsylvania in 1963. In 1974 she began photographing the male nude, turning to other subjects in later years.

Editor (disambiguation)

An editor is a person who edits documents or audio-visual works. The term can also apply to software and hardware tools used to accomplish such changes.

Denis Chavis

Dom Denis Chavis or Dīyūnisūs Shāwīsh was a Syrian priest and monk who flourished in the 1780s. He was a key contributor to the version of the Thousand and One Nights published as Continuation des Mille et Une Nuits in Geneva in 1788–89, which ha ...

Raster

Raster may refer to: Rasterisation, or rasterization, conversion of a vector image to a raster image Raster graphics editor, a computer program Raster bar, an effect used in computer demos Raster interrupt, a computer interrupt signal Raster-Noto ...

Third Thoughts

Third Thoughts is a 2018 book of 25 essays written by Steven Weinberg, mostly in the decade preceding 2018. Most of the essays were previously published in The New York Review of Books, newspapers, and other periodicals. Essays numbered 20, 23, 2 ...

Chivaraku Migiledi (novel)

Chivaraku Migiledi is a 1952 Telugu psychological novel by Sivaraju Venkata Subbarao, who is generally known by his pen-name Butchi Babu. The novel, which is considered to be a magnum opus of Butchi Babu, tells the story of Dayanidhi, a doctor wi ...

Teacup galaxy

The Teacup galaxy, also known as the Teacup AGN or SDSS J1430+1339 is a low redshift type 2 quasar, showing extended loop of ionized gas resembling a handle of a teacup, which was discovered by volunteers of the Galaxy Zoo project and labeled as ...

WSPU Holloway Prisoners Banner

The banner consists of 80 pieces of linen, each embroidered with the signatures of those women who had participated in hunger strikes in support of the cause of womens suffrage. The pieces are bordered by green and purple. Along the top is embroi ...