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Luke Jackson

Luke Jackson may refer to: Luke Jackson, the title character of Cool Hand Luke, portrayed by Paul Newman Lucious Jackson born 1941, 1960s NBA player often called Luke Jackson Luke Jackson singer, British singer Luke Jackson basketball born 1981, ...

Elizabeth Harrison

Elizabeth Harrison may refer to: Elizabeth Harrison writer 1921–2008, pseudonym of the British writer Elizabeth Fancourt Harrison Elizabeth Harrison Walker 1897–1955, child of the former U.S. President, Benjamin Harrison Elizabeth Harrison artist ...

Evolve

Evolve professional wrestling, an American professional-wrestling promotion Evolve video game, a 2015 squad-based action game Evolve Festival, an annual music and cultural festival Evolve TV series, on The History Channel

Courtney Nevin

Courtney Jade Nevin is an Australian soccer player who currently plays for the Western Sydney Wanderers. Nevin was raised in Bankstown in Western Sydney. As a young player she was selected to play for the Australian youth teams, both in the under ...

2004 Womens Australian Hockey League

The 2004 Womens Australian Hockey League was the 12th edition womens field hockey tournament. The tournament was held in Perth from 2–14 March 2004. WA Diamonds won the tournament for the second time after defeating Canberra Strikers 2–1 in the f ...

F15

McDonnell Douglas F-15 STOL/MTD, a modified variant of the F-15 Eagle McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle, an all weather strike fighter derived from the F-15 Eagle McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle, an American-designed air-superiority fighter aircr ...

Snout–vent length

Snout–vent length is a morphometric measurement taken in herpetology from the tip of the snout to the most posterior opening of the cloacal slit. It is the most common measurement taken in herpetology, being used for all amphibians, lepidosaurs, ...

Butthan

Butthan is a Bangladeshi martial art and combat sport. It is a system of self-defense and personal development rooted in South Asian heritage. Butthan has been developed by Mak Yuree, an internationally acclaimed Grandmaster. It has been describe ...

Kacper Urbanski

Born in Gdansk Urbanski started playing football for a local footballing academy, Akademia Pilkarska LG. He joined the Lechia Gdansk academy in 2016, playing at various youth levels with the club. He played for the Lechia Gdansk II team for the f ...

Supercar Challenge

Supercar Challenge or Supercars Challenge may refer to: Car and Driver Supercar Challenge, annual event held by magazine Car and Driver Supercar Challenge video game - A 2009 simulation racing video game for PlayStation 3 V8 Supercar Challenge - ...

Someday Soon

Someday Soon or Some Day Soon may refer to: Some Day Soon, a 2004 album by Kristian Leontiou "Someday Soon", a song by Journey from Departure "Someday Soon", a song by KT Tunstall from Drastic Fantastic "Someday Soon", a song by Doves from Some C ...

Argosy Casino Riverside

Argosy Casino Riverside is a riverboat casino located on the Missouri River in Riverside, Missouri, just north of Kansas City. It is one of several casinos in the Kansas City metropolitan area. It is owned by Gaming and Leisure Properties and ope ...

2006 Mens Australian Hockey League

The 2006 Mens Australian Hockey League was the 16th edition of the mens field hockey tournament. The tournament was held from 17 April through to 21 May 2006 at various venues, before culminating in Hobart for the finals. QLD Blades won the tourn ...

Mario Party (disambiguation)

Mario Party is a 1998 party video game by Hudson Soft for the Nintendo 64. Mario Party may also refer to: Mario Party series, a series of party video games developed by Hudson Soft, Capcom, or Nd Cube. In video games: Super Mario Party, a 2018 pa ...

James Bracey (presenter)

James Bracey graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2005, with a Bachelor of Communications Journalism. After graduation, he joined Sky News Australia as a presenter. In 2013, he began hosting SportsNight with James Bracey. The show ran fo ...

Skeleton Key (disambiguation)

A skeleton key is a key that has been filed in such a way as to bypass the security measures placed inside a warded lock. Skeleton Key may also refer to: The Skeleton Key, a 2005 film Skeleton Key comics, a comic book by Andi Watson "Skeleton Key ...

ICER (disambiguation)

ICER is a wavelet-based image compression file format used by the NASA Mars Rovers. ICER may also refer to: ICER AIR an urban big-air ski and snowboard held in San Francisco from 2005 through 2008 International Computing Education Research, an an ...

Col de la Loze

Col de la Loze is a mountain pass in the French Alps, with an elevation of 2.304 metres. A path up the mountain was opened in May 2019, and is the seventh-highest mountain pass in France. The ascent featured in the 2019 Tour de lAvenir, and will ...

Blood and guts

Blood and guts may refer to: Blood and Guts match AEW Blood and Guts, a 2020 professional wrestling event by All Elite Wrestling AEW Blood & Guts, a 2014 non-fiction book about modern whaling Blood and Guts, an autobiography by bodybuilder Dorian ...

Mike Hobbiss

Michael Holland Hobbiss is an English former first-class cricketer. Hobbiss was born in August 1985 at Manchester. He later studied at Worcester College at the University of Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he made two appearances in first-class ...

2007 Womens Australian Hockey League

The 2007 Womens Australian Hockey League was the 15th edition of the womens field hockey tournament. The tournament was held between 23 February – 8 April 2007 at various venues, before culminating in Brisbane for the finals. WA Diamonds won the ...

2017 Wigan Warriors season

The Wigan Warriors play Rugby League in Wigan, England. Their 2017 season results in the Super League XXII, 2017 Challenge Cup, and 2017 World Club Series are shown below.

Kevin Davis (disambiguation)

Kevin Davis is a rugby union player. Kevin Davis may also refer to: Kevin Davis ATWT, a character in the US television soap opera As The World Turns Blue Angels pilot killed in the 2007 Blue Angels South Carolina crash Kevin Davis, engineer in th ...

Jahmal Williams

Williams was raised by his mother in Boston, Massachusetts with four other siblings. As a young kid in the early-to-mid 1980s, Williams was into breakdancing and graffiti writing. In an effort to stay out of trouble, Williams got into freestyle B ...

2008 Mens Australian Hockey League

The 2008 Mens Australian Hockey League was the 18th edition of the mens field hockey tournament. The tournament was held in Australias capital city, Canberra. The WA Thundersticks won the gold medal for the seventh time by defeating the QLD Blade ...

Pinker Pinker

Pinker was a notable Australian thoroughbred racehorse. A daughter of Reset AUS from the mare Miss Marion AUS, she was foaled in 2007 and was trained throughout her career by Greg Eurell. Pinker showed above average ability from an early age with ...

Single

"Single", by Meghan Trainor from the album Only 17 "Single" Natasha Bedingfield song, 2004 "Single" New Kids on the Block and Ne-Yo song, 2008

2009 Mens Australian Hockey League

The 2009 Mens Australian Hockey League was the 19th edition of the mens field hockey tournament. The finals week of the tournament was held in the Tasmanian city of Hobart. The WA Thundersticks won the gold medal for the eighth time by defeating ...

2008 Mackay Cutters season

The 2008 Mackay Cutters season was the first in the clubs history. Captain-coached by Shane Muspratt, they competed in the QRLs Wizard Cup. The club finished ninth in their inaugural season, winning seven games, losing 12 and drawing once.

Andreas Gunter

Andreas Gunter is a retired German Nordic combined skier. At the 2008 Junior World Championships he won a gold medal in the team competition and recorded 5th and 6th places individually. He made his Continental Cup debut in January 2009 in Eisene ...

Neighbor of the Beast

667 Dark Avenue, a 66-story building in the 6th installment of the novel series A Series of Unfortunate Events Skeleton Key 2: 667 Neighbor of the Beast, a 2008 film distributed by Brain Damage Films 667. The Neighbour of the Beast, an album by W ...

2009 WSBL season

The 2009 WSBL season was the 21st season of the Womens State Basketball League. The regular season began on Friday 13 March and ended on Saturday 18 July. The finals began on Friday 24 July and ended on Friday 21 August, when the Willetton Tigers ...

2010 Mens Australian Hockey League

The 2010 Mens Australian Hockey League was the 20th edition of the mens field hockey tournament. The finals week of the tournament was held in the Queensland city of Brisbane. The WA Thundersticks won the gold medal for the ninth time by defeatin ...

List of NCAA Division II mens ice hockey seasons

In 1964, after three years of existence, the 29-team conference ECAC Hockey was split in two. This was done partly due to its ponderous size but also because many of the programs in the conference were competing with differing levels of investmen ...

Apatemys

Apatemys is a member of the family Apatemyidae, an extinct group of small and insectivorous placental mammals that lived in the Paleogene of North America, India, and Europe. While the number of genera and species is less agreed upon, it has been ...

CTL

CTL can refer to: Commission de transport de la Ville de Laval Complex Text Layout in typesetting Coal to liquids, coal liquefaction Cytotoxic T lymphocyte Chronic training load, cumulative sports training Circuit Total Limitation, US standard fo ...

Andrew Donlin

He attend the United States Air Force Academy in 2011. He attended at walk-on tryout for the football team they encouraged him that he should play handball. Later he joined the USAFA Team Handball. In 2012 he played the 2019 IHF Trophy Tournament ...

Chin Music

"Chin Music", an instrumental track on the 2013 album Sticky Wickets by Irish cricket-pop band The Duckworth Lewis Method "Chin Music", a song on the 2009 album Travels with Myself and Another by Future of the Left Chin Music, a 1993 cassette by ...

DS3

DS3 may refer to: DS 3, a supermini car Army Wounded Warrior Program, a program formerly known as Disabled Soldier Support System DS3 Digital Signal 3, a digital signal level 3 T-carrier Citroen DS3 WRC, a World Rally Car based on the above Dead ...

Sengoku (disambiguation)

The Sengoku period was a time of nearly constant military conflict in Japan from the middle 15th to the early 17th century. Sengoku may also refer to Sengoku 2011 video game, a videogame for Microsoft Windows Sengoku role-playing game, a role-pla ...

2012–13 LNBP season

The 2012–13 LNBP was the 13th season of the Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional, one of the professional basketball leagues of Mexico. It started on September 4, 2012 and ended on February 27, 2013. The league title was won by Toros de Nuevo ...

Michael Callahan

Michael Callahan may refer to: Mike Callahan, fictional character in the Callahans Crosstime Saloon short stories by Spider Robinson Michael Shane Callahan, American actor Michael Callahan basketball fl. 1984–2000, Australian wheelchair basketbal ...

2018 South American Cricket Championship – Mens tournament

The 2018 South American Cricket Championship was a cricket tournament took place in Mosquera near Bogota, Colombia from 23 to 26 August 2018. This was the fifteenth edition of the mens South American Cricket Championship. Unlike the womens event, ...

2018 South American Cricket Championship

The 2018 South American Cricket Championship was a cricket tournament held in Mosquera, Colombia from 23 to 26 September 2018. A mens and womens tournament held, with 2018 being the fifteenth edition of the mens South American Cricket Championshi ...

Ferdinand Weinke

Ferdinand Paul Leo Weinke is a German field hockey player who plays as a defender for Uhlenhorst Mulheim and the German national team. He played in the youth ranks of SC Charlottenburg. He joined Uhlenhorst Mulheim in 2014.

2018 Formula STCC Nordic

The 2018 Formula STCC Nordic season was the sixth season of the single-seater championship supporting the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship. The series uses the previous Formula Renault 1.6 chassis and engines, as it used to go under the name ...

Ray McCoy (radio personality)

Ray McCoy is an Australian broadcaster and country music radio personality from Tamworth, New South Wales. He was a former sports news presenter on Prime7 Newcastle and is currently the morning presenter on 88.9 FM Tamworth, as well as hosting th ...

Michela Azzola

Michela Azzola is an Italian alpine skier. She competed at the 2009 and 2010 Junior World Championships with a 20th place as her best result. She made her FIS Alpine Ski World Cup debut in October 2012 in Solden. She collected her first World Cup ...

Kaina seamud deposit

Kaina seamud deposit is a national mineral resource deposit in Estonia, Hiiu County, located in the western part of Kaina Bay, Hiiumaa Island. In accordance to the Earths Crust Act sea mud is a mineral resource in Estonia. Kaina seamud deposit is ...

Rim Jong-sim (wrestler)

Rim Jong-sim is a female North Korean freestyle wrestler. In 2018 she won one of the bronze medals in the womens freestyle 62 kg event at the 2018 Asian Games held in Jakarta, Indonesia. At the 2016 Asian Wrestling Championships held in Bangkok, ...