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Caretakers (album)

"Cant Stop You" Phillips and Yorn – 3:07 "Caretakers" Phillips and Yorn – 3:18 "Friends" Yorn – 4:10 "POV" Phillips and Yorn – 3:12 "A Fire in the Sun" Phillips and Yorn – 2:18 "ECT" Phillips and Yorn – 3:29 "I Wanna Be the One" Yorn – 3:31 "Do Y ...

Latex (disambiguation)

Latex clothing, which is made from natural rubber fabric Synthetic latex; see synthetic rubber Natural rubber, the commercial product made from plants that naturally produce polyisoprene latex

Nazodelavo Cave Natural Monument

Nazodelavo Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave 6.8 km to the north from village Akhuti in Chkhorotsqu Municipality in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region of Georgia. Cave is located on the left bank of river Zana, 290 meters above sea level. Nazodela ...

Didghele Cave Natural Monument

Didghele Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave located near village Melouri in Tsqaltubo Municipality in Imereti region of Georgia, 418 meters above sea level.

Motena Cave Natural Monument

Motena Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave located 0.7 km to the south from village First Balda in Martvili Municipality in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region of Georgia, 437 meters above sea level. Cave is located on left bank of Abasha river. In M ...

Nagarevi Cave Natural Monument

Nagarevi Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave located near village Godogani, Terjola Municipality in Imereti region of Georgia, 199 meters above sea level. It is located on the left slope of the scenic Cheshura Gorge across the river from monastery.

Melouri Cave Natural Monument

Melouri Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave located near village Melouri in Tsqaltubo Municipality in Imereti region of Georgia, 418 meters above sea level. Melouri Cave is one of the largest caves in Georgia. It is part of extensive Tsqaltubo ...

Ghliana Cave Natural Monument

Ghliana Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave located near village Kumistavi, Tsqaltubo Municipality in Imereti region of Georgia, 142 meters above sea level.

Okatse Canyon Natural Monument

Okatse Canyon Natural Monument is an Okatse river erosion canyon located in Khoni Municipality, Imereti region of Georgia near village Zeda Gordi at 520 meters above sea level.

Tetra Cave Natural Monument

Tetra Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave 1.6 km northwest of Tskaltubo in Tskaltubo Municipality in Imereti region of Georgia. Locally known as White Cave it is located 140 meters above sea level.

Navenakhevi Cave Natural Monument

Navenakhevi Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave near village Navenakhevi in Terjola Municipality in Imereti region of Western Georgia, 235 m above sea level. In 2017 cave was refurbished to be used as a tourist attraction.

Samshvilde Canyon Natural Monument

Samshvilde Canyon Natural Monument is part of Khrami gorge that provided natural defense to fortress Samshvilde in the area around confluence of the rivers Khrami and Chivchavi near Samshvilde village and ruins of historic Samshvilde located in T ...

Jortsku Cave Natural Monument

Jortsku Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave located 5.5 km to the north of village Second Balda in Martvili Municipality in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti region of Georgia, 653 meters above sea level. Cave is on the left bank of Jortsku river, the tri ...

Richard Jefferies (disambiguation)

Richard Jefferies may refer to: Richard Jefferies businessman 1920–2013, Australian Army officer and businessman Richard Jefferies curator born 1945, English curator of the Watts Gallery, 1985–2006 Richard Jefferies screenwriter born 1956, Americ ...

Aint That Enough

Aint That Enough is a song recorded by Scottish rock band Teenage Fanclub. The song was released on 30 June 1997 through Creation Records, as the lead single from the bands sixth studio album Songs from Northern Britain. The song was written and ...

Salem Kolleg

Salem Kolleg, founded in 2012, is an educational institution that prepares high school graduates for their academic and professional future within an orientation year of three trimesters. During the one-year studium generale programme qualified l ...

Rewilding

Rewilding may refer to: Rewilding conservation biology, the return of habitats to a natural state Pleistocene rewilding Rewilding Europe, a programme to do so in Europe Rewilding Institute, an organization concerned with the integration of tradit ...

Wilson Island

Wilson Island is the name of several different Islands. Antarctica Wilson Island Antarctica Australia Wilson Island Shark Bay, an island in Western Australia Wilson Island Queensland, an island on the Great Barrier Reef Bermuda Wilson Island, Ber ...

Trinity Island (disambiguation)

Trinity Island may refer to: Trinity Island, Willis Islands, South Georgia Trinity Islands Alaska, an uninhabited island group consisting of the two larger islands Sitkinak and Tugidak, as well as several smaller islands, lying off Kodiak Island ...

Long John The Comedian

Learnmore Mwanyenyeka known professionally as Long John The Comedian, is a Zimbabwean stand-up comedian, actor and MC. He is also known as "The Village Boy" and has won the 2019 National Arts Merit Awards as the Outstanding Comedian of the Year a ...

Hina

Hina may refer to: Cyclone Hina disambiguation, several tropical cyclones Hina body art, a temporary form of skin decoration Short for Hinamatsuri ; the Japanese "Dolls Festival" also known as "Girls Day". Hina goddess, a Polynesian goddess Hina ...

Jason Piggie

Jason Piggie, is an American filmmaker and photographer, writer, and director. Piggie, who got his start in a high school photography class, captures images of everyday life, preferring his art "without enhanced manipulation." Piggie is the owner ...

Champion (Bishop Briggs album)

Champion is the second studio album by British musician Bishop Briggs. It was released on 8 November 2019 under Island Records. In support of the album, Briggs announced a tour across North American and Europe, with support acts Miya Folick and J ...

Metropolitan cathedral

A metropolitan cathedral is a cathedral to which other cathedrals in a province are suffragan. See metropolitan bishop. Examples of use as a proper name:

Schoenus crassus

Schoenus crassus is a robust species, with plants usually having stiff, upright leaves. Other notable morphological characters include its firm and thickened primary inflorescence bracts, prophylls and prophyll mucros. In addition, this species h ...

Sirnikot

The construction of the Sirnikot Fort seems to be a continuation of late Bronze Age of Harappa architecture built with baked bricks and clay or mud adopted in later periods. There is a stupa close to the fort, constructed from unbaked bricks. The ...

Hall of Mirrors (disambiguation)

Bonnington Pavilion, the ruines hall of mirrors at Corra Linn, Lanark. Hall of Mirrors, a hall in Golestan Palace Ossians Hall of Mirrors, a shrine and view-house in Scotland. House of mirrors or hall of mirrors, a room full of mirrors often foun ...

Larva (disambiguation)

A larva is a juvenile form in biology that has little if any resemblance to its adult form. Larva may also refer to: Larva, Spain, a municipality in the province of Jaen Larva film, a 2005 American science fiction horror film Larva TV series, a c ...

Pout

Pout may refer to: A facial expression Facial expression of air kiss Ocean pout, a kind of eelpout in the family Zoarcidae Trisopterus luscus or Pouting, a fish in the family Gadidae A commune in Thies Region, western Senegal Brown bullhead, or " ...

St. Boniface Church

Church of St. Boniface Melrose, Minnesota, now the Church of St. Mary St. Boniface Church Clinton, Iowa St. Boniface Church Sublimity, Oregon St. Boniface Catholic Church Sioux City, Iowa St. Boniface Church, Convent and Rectory, Uniontown, Washi ...

St. Laurences Church

Bedfordshire Church of St Lawrence, Wymington Berkshire St Laurences Church, Reading Church of St Laurence, Upton-cum-Chalvey, Slough Birmingham St Laurences Church, Northfield St Lawrences Church, Duddeston Buckinghamshire St Lawrences Church, B ...

Mount Saint Michael (disambiguation)

Mount Saint Michael is the name of: Mount Saint Michael, a traditional Catholic church compound in Spokane, Washington St Michaels Mount, an island and castle off the coast of Cornwall, England Mount Saint Michael Academy, an all-boys Roman Catho ...

Sacred Heart College

Sacred Heart Primary School, Kew, Victoria, a Catholic co-educational school Sacred Heart College, New Town, a co-educational school in Hobart, Tasmania Sacred Heart College, Sorrento, a Catholic co-educational secondary school in Western Austral ...

Andrew La Grone

La Grone graduated from Millard South High School in 2009. La Grone earned a B.A. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2012 and a J.D. with high distinction from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 2015.

Shipka

Shipka may refer to: Shipka Saddle, in the Tangra Mountains, Livingston Island, Antarctica. Kiernan Shipka, American actress A transliteration of Sipka, a cave in Czech Republic Arsenal Shipka, a kind of a submachine gun, produced in Bulgaria Shi ...

Naked Lady (disambiguation)

Naked Lady is the common name of several plants. Naked Lady or Naked Ladies may also refer to: "The Naked Lady", a nickname for the statue Forest Idyl located at Ball State University in Indiana, US "Naked Ladies", a story by Antonya Nelson in Th ...

Woodland Cemetery

Woodland Cemetery may refer to: Woodland cemetery, a type of cemetery or it may refer to specific places: in Sweden Skogskyrkogården The Woodland Cemetery in Stockholm, Sweden in the United States by state Woodland Cemetery Monroe, Michigan Woodl ...

Freedmens Cemetery

Freedmen’s Cemetery was open from 1867-1876. Today, there is a plaque to note where the cemetery once stood. It is consider one of the Historic Cemeteries of New Orleans The adjacent Chalmette National Cemetery, then Monument Cemetery, was establ ...

Bar Sawma (disambiguation)

Michel Barsoum, American scientist and engineer Barsauma of Nisibis, a late fifth century Metropolitan of Nisibis for the Church of the East Rabban Bar Sauma d. 1294, a bishop of the Church of the East and traveler from China to Europe Ignatius A ...

The Chromatica Ball

The Chromatica Ball is the upcoming sixth headlining concert tour by American singer Lady Gaga, in support of her upcoming sixth studio album, Chromatica. It will begin on July 24, 2020, in Saint-Denis, France and end on August 19, 2020, in East ...

List of trestle bridges

This is a list of trestle bridges. The United States once had many; now some survive and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP. These include: in the United States San Mateo–Hayward Bridge, California Delta Trestle Bridge, M ...

2020 OFC Champions League knockout stage

The 2020 OFC Champions League knockout stage was originally scheduled to be played from 4 April to 16 May 2020. A total of eight teams will compete in the knockout stage to decide the champions of the 2020 OFC Champions League.

Paul W. Brier

Paul W. Brier is a retired United States Marine Corps major general. A combat veteran of the Persian Gulf, Iraq, and Afghanistan wars, he retired on 31 December 2016, completing 36 years of military service. He holds a BS in Civil Engineering fro ...

Sinclair Mountain

Sinclair Mountain is a prominent 6.800+ ft mountain summit located in the Boundary Ranges of the Coast Mountains, in the U.S. state of Alaska. The peak is situated 26 mi south of Skagway, and 15 mi north of Lions Head Mountain, on land managed by ...

Attack of the Beast Creatures

Attack of the Beast Creatures is a 1985 American independent horror film produced, and directed by Michael Stanley. It stars Robert Nolfi, Julia Rust, Robert Lengyel, Lisa Pak, and Frank Murgalo. The film centers on a group of survivors who wash ...

Boomslang (disambiguation)

Boomslang may refer to several articles. The word boom comes from Afrikaans and in that language does not rhyme with doom. It is closer to boooo-um: Boomslang mouse, a computer gaming peripheral made by Razer USA Ltd Boomslang music festival, an ...

Frances Walker-Slocum

Frances Walker-Slocum was an American educator, pianist, and organist, and the first tenured African-American female professor at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, the first conservatory in the United States to admit black students. Walker-Slocu ...

Edward Buckler

This is specifically with respect to thefirst paragraph of. Edward S. Buckler is a Plant Geneticist with the USDA Agricultural Research Service and holds an adjunct appointment at Cornell University. His work focuses on both quantitative and stat ...

MDE

Mississippi Department of Education, a state agency of Mississippi, US Master of Distance Education MDE, a graduate degree offered by Athabasca University, Canada Minnesota Department of Education, a state agency of Minnesota, US Michigan Departm ...

Manatee (disambiguation)

Subspecies of the manatee include: Amazonian manatee, found in the Amazon Basin of South America West Indian manatee, found in Florida, the Greater Antilles, Central America, northern and northeastern South America West African manatee, a species ...