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Musee des Arts Decoratifs et du Design

The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design is a French museum located into a former 18th-century Bordeaux aristocratic mansion, which presents today a collection of Decorative arts and furniture. Since 2013, the museum also deals with modern design.

                                               

Kantonales Kulturzentrum Palais Besenval

The Kantonales Kulturzentrum Palais Besenval was a state cultural center in the Swiss town of Solothurn that existed from 1990 to 2000. It was located in the Palais Besenval at Kronengasse 1 and served mainly as a Kunsthalle.

                                               

Yarrenyty Arltere Artists

The Yarrenyty Arltere Artists are a collective of Indigenous artists from Yarrenyty Arltere Town Camp in Mparntwe in the Northern Territory of Australia, best known for its soft sculptural work.

                                               

Jason Hirata

Hirata was born in 1986. He received a BFA in photography from the University of Washington in 2009. In 2015 he received the Brink Prize for emerging artists working in the Cascadia region. In addition to making his own artwork, Hirata works as a ...

                                               

Baumgartner Restoration

Baumgartner Fine Art Restoration, commonly known as Baumgartner Restoration, is a Chicago-based art conservation studio. The business is notable for operating a successful YouTube channel of the same name, which as accrued 1.23 million subscriber ...

                                               

Op. 9

In music, Op. 9 stands for Opus number 9. Some compositions assigned this number: Mark Alburgers Psalm 92, Op. 9 Barbers First Symphony in One Movement Bela Bartoks Four Dirges, Op. 9 Alan Hovhaness Piano Quintet No. 1, Op. 9 Benjamin Brittens So ...

                                               

Loon Lake

Loon Lake Nova Scotia, the name of several lakes in Nova Scotia Loon Lake Ontario, near the village of Westport, Ontario Loon Lake, British Columbia, in British Columbia Loon Lake Vancouver Island, on British Columbias Vancouver Island

                                               

Op. 18

In music, Op. 18 stands for Opus number 18. Some compositions assigned this number: Gabriel Faures Three Songs, Op. 18 George Enescus Piano Suite No.3 Pieces impromptues, Op. 18 Robert Muczynskis Three Preludes for unaccompanied flute, Op. 18 Ser ...

                                               

Op. 14

In music, Op. 14 stands for Opus number 14. Some compositions assigned this number: Piano Sonata No. 10 in G major Piano Sonata No. 9 in E major A set of two piano sonatas by Beethoven Bartoks Piano Suite Robert Muczynskis Sonata for Flute and Pi ...

                                               

Op. 16

In music, Op. 16 stands for Opus number 16. Some compositions assigned this number: A set of three pieces by Elgar, composed of Beethovens Quintet for Piano and Winds Griegs Piano Concerto in A minor Brahms Serenade No. 2 in A major Rondel The Sh ...

                                               

Op. 20

In music, Op. 20 stands for Opus number 20. Some compositions assigned this number: Josef Matthias Hauers Atonale Musik, Op. 20 Hindemiths Das Nusch-Nuschi Karol Szymanowskis 6 Songs, for voice and piano, Op. 20 Mark Alburgers Embedded Inventions ...

                                               

Op. 4

In music, Op. 4 stands for Opus number 4. Some compositions assigned this number: Beethovens String Quintet in E♭ major Vivaldis La stravaganza "The Extravagance" 3. Virelai 2. Pastourelle Arcangelo Corellis 12 trio sonatas for 2 violins and cont ...

                                               

Op. 15

In music, Op. 15 stands for Opus number 15. Some compositions assigned this number: Chanson de Matin Tchaikovskys Festival Overture on the Danish National Anthem Chopins Nocturnes, Op. 15, a set of three nocturnes Faures Piano Quartet No. 1 in C ...

                                               

Op. 19

In music, Op. 19 stands for Opus number 19. Some compositions assigned this number: Alfvens Swedish Rhapsody No. 1 Jean Sibeliuss Impromptu, Op. 19 Paul Hindemiths Tanzstucke, for piano, Op. 19 Schoenbergs Sechs kleine Klavierstucke Rachmaninoffs ...

                                               

Op. 13

In music, Op. 13 stands for Opus number 13. Some compositions assigned this number: Chopins Fantasy on Polish Airs in A major Anton Weberns Vier Lieder for voice and orchestra, Op. 13 Arnold Schoenbergs Friede auf Erden, Op. 13 Rachmaninoffs Symp ...

                                               

Symphony No. 2 in D major

Symphony No. 2 in D Major may refer to: Otto Nicolais Symphony No. 2 1845 Johannes Brahms Symphony No. 2, opus 73 1877 Ludwig van Beethovens Symphony No. 2 opus 36 1802 Christian Sindings Symphony No. 2, opus 83 1904 Frederic Ernest Fescas Sympho ...

                                               

Matthias Backer

Born in Schwerin, Backer received music lessons at the Conservatory "Johann Wilhelm Hertel" Schwerin and studied with Hans Werner Watzig at the Hochschule fur Musik "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin and with Burkhard Glaetzner at the University of Music a ...

                                               

Stanley Herbert Wilson

Stanley Herbert Wilson was a British composer and music teacher. Wilson was born in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire and attended Berkhamsted School before winning a scholarship to the Royal College of Music in 1915, aged 15. His teachers included Char ...

                                               

Maria Weiss (singer)

Maria Weiss is an Austrian mezzo-soprano from Carinthia who sings classical music from the Baroque period as well as more recent compositions, including Spanish and Latin-American works. After completing her studies under Joanna Borowska at the U ...

                                               

Rerum Germanicarum libri tres

The History of Germany in Three Books is a historical treatise of the Renaissance humanist and historian Beatus Rhenanus, published in 1531 in Basel. Created during the Diet of Augsburg in 1530, written in Latin. In modern historiography, the Rhe ...

                                               

Money to Burn

Money to Burn may refer to: Film and television Money to Burn Randall and Hopkirk Deceased, episode of the 1969 British television series Randall and Hopkirk Deceased Money to Burn, 1988 episode of British sitcom Allo Allo! series 5 Money to Burn ...

                                               

Freddie Washington

Fred, Fredi or Freddie Washington may refer to: Freddie "Boom Boom" Washington, a character in the TV series Welcome Back, Kotter Fred Washington offensive tackle 1944–1985, American football offensive tackle Freddie Washington pianist c. 1900–?, ...

                                               

Alternative versions of Two-Face

As a fictional character and enemy of Batman, the Two-Face has been represented in a variety of different stories that redefine elements of the characters appearance and personality. Each work typically establishes its own continuity, and sometim ...

                                               

Dana Rettke

Dana Rettke is a student athlete who plays middle blocker for the Wisconsin Badgers womens volleyball team at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Rettke has won several awards as a volleyball player including B1G Player Of The Year.

                                               

Jack Brunault

Jack Brunault is an American actor. He is known for his leading role in the film Saving Christmas and for appearing in American Woman as well as the shows Castle Rock, SMILF, and Defending Jacob.

                                               

The Equalizer (2020 TV series)

The Equalizer is a upcoming American crime/mystery/action series that is set to debut on CBS in the 2020–21 television season as a Sunday night entry. This version, which is being produced by Universal Television and CBS Television Studios, is a ...

                                               

Thrill

"Thrill", a 1995 song by Tomoyasu Hotei Thrills Andrew Birds Bowl of Fire album, 1998 "Thrill", a song by Band-Maid from the 2015 album New Beginning Thrill, a 2000 album by Eleni Mandell The Thrills, an Irish indie rock band "Thrills", a song by ...

                                               

Black eye (disambiguation)

A black eye is an injury. Black eye may also refer to: Black Eye Galaxy, aka M64 or NGC 4826, a pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxy in the Coma Berenices constellation Black-Eye Griffin, a minor character from Family Guy Mountain blackeye, a species of ...

                                               

Bhakta Prahlada

Bhakta Prahlada means "devotee Prahlada", a devotional character in Hindu mythology. It may refer to: Bhakta Prahlada 1983 film – Kannada film made in 1983 Bhakta Prahlada 1932 film – Telugu film made in 1932 Bhakta Prahlada 1967 film – Telugu fi ...

                                               

Thiruvilaiyadal Puranam

The Thiruvilaiyadal Puranam is a collection of sixty-four 16th-century Shaivite devotional epic stories by Paranjothi Munivar. They describe the actions of Shiva on Earth in a number of disguises to test his devotees.

                                               

Gotti

Young Gotti, stage name of Ricardo Emmanuel Brown born 1972, American rapper, also known as Kurupt Yo Gotti, stage name of Mario Mims born 1981, American rapper Juan Gotti, stage name of Juan Ramos, Mexican-American rapper Mwata "Gotti" Mitchell, ...

                                               

Indian locomotive class WCM-2

The Indian locomotive class WCM-2 is a class of 1.5 kV DC electric locomotives that was developed in 1956 by Vulcan Foundry and English Electric for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, Direct Current, Mixed traffic engine, 2nd ...

                                               

Indian locomotive class WCM-3

The Indian locomotive class WCM-3 is a class of 1.5 kV DC electric locomotives that was developed in 1958 by Hitachi for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, Direct Current, Mixed traffic engine, 3rd generation. They entered se ...

                                               

Axis of evil (disambiguation)

Axis of evil is a term used by George W. Bush to describe governments that he accused of sponsoring terrorism and seeking weapons of mass destruction. It may also refer to: Axis of evil cosmology, an anomaly in the temperature distribution of the ...

                                               

Lapachhapi

A young couple, forced out of their city home, seeks shelter in a house inside a haunted sugarcane field. Housewife Neha Pooja Sawant, eight months pregnant, must save her baby from the spirits out to get her unborn baby.

                                               

Pressure Cooker (2020 film)

Pressure Cooker is a 2020 Indian Telugu-language comedy drama film directed by Sujoi Karampuri and Sushil Karampuri. Sai Ronak as a debut solo lead actor and Preethi Asrani are in the lead roles. The film was released on 21 February 2020.

                                               

Mosagallu

Mosagallu is an upcoming Telugu-language film which is based on the worlds biggest I.T. Scam.The movie is directed by Jeffrey Gee Chin and produced by Vishnu Manchu under the banner of AVA Entertainment and 24 Frames Factory. The film stars Vishn ...

                                               

Ka Ka: Aabathin Arikuri

Ka Ka: Aabathin Arikuri is an Indian Tamil-language horror comedy film directed by Manon and starring Ashok, Meghashree, Sangeetha Bhat, and Kiran Pattikonda. The film was simultaneously shot in Telugu as Kaki: The Sound of Warning, which release ...

                                               

Garry BH

After pursuing a degree in dentistry, Garry went on to work as a photographer. He became interested in editing while he was editing his photographs. His friend, Ravikanth Perepu, who was directing Kshanam 2016offered him to work on the production ...

                                               

Kapatadhaari

Kapatadhaari is a 2020 Indian, Telugu language neo noir thriller film directed by Pradeep Krishnamoorthy, produced by G. Dhananjayan. It is a remake of the Kannada-language film Kavaludaari. The film stars Sumanth and Nandhita in the lead roles, ...

                                               

Red velvet

Red velvet may refer to: Red Velvet play, a 2012 play by Lolita Chakrabarti Red velvetfish, Gnathanacanthus goetzeei Red velvet cake Red velvet mite, arachnid of the family Trombidiidae Red velvet wrasse, Cirrhilabrus rubrisquamis "Red Velvet", a ...

                                               

Michel Rivard

Michel Rivard is a singer-songwriter and musician from Quebec. He was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. His father was an actor, Robert Rivard. Michel began his career at an early age appearing in a Canadian television series and in TV commercial ...

                                               

Udayaraj

After acting in several films as a child actor, Udayaraj rose to fame for his role as Pulli in the television film Nila Kaalam 2001. His role was appreciated by critics with one critic from The Hindu noting that "Udayaraj as Pulli hos the limelig ...

                                               

QTV (disambiguation)

QTV South Korea, a South Korean cable TV channel QTV Ukraine, a Ukrainian television channel that was established in 2008 and closed in 2017. WDCQ-TV, the name of WDCQ-TV, a PBS member station, owned and operated by Delta College in Michigan Beri ...

                                               

Urwa ibn al-Ward

Urwa ibn al-Ward al-Abasi was a pre-Islamic Arabic poet of the suluk school. He was a member of the Banu Abs tribe.

                                               

Something old, something new (disambiguation)

Something old, something new ", a traditional rhyme about what a bride should wear at her wedding for good luck Something old, something new may also refer to:

                                               

High School Style Icon

High School Style Icon is a fashion audition program, which is produced by Blank Corporation and broadcast for high school students via YouTube and Naver TV. Season 1, 13 high school students compete in different fashion challenges. and Season 2, ...

                                               

Angela Chan

Angela Chan is an Asian-American fashion designer who is currently the President of Chargeurs PCC Technologies. Chan is known for founding Mommy Chic Maternity and the International Design & Trade company. As an advocate of sustainability, she ha ...

                                               

Im Standing on a Million Lives

Im Standing on a Million Lives is a Japanese manga series written by Naoki Yamakawa and illustrated by Akinari Nao. It has been serialized in Kodanshas shōnen manga magazine Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine since June 2016 and has been collected in eight ...

                                               

Hiroshi Ogawa

Hiroshi Ogawa may refer to: Hiroshi Ogawa pitcher 小川 博, born 1962, Japanese baseball player and convicted criminal Hiroshi Ogawa politician 小川 洋, born 1949, Japanese governor of Fukuoka Prefecture Hiroshi Ogawa second baseman 小川 博, born ...