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Kelly Anthony Osifo

Born on the 5th of May 1989 in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. At the age of 8, Kelly migrated to Canada with his family from Nigeria. He is the older brother to Nollywood actress Linda Osifo. At the age of 12, he became a huge fan of R. Kelly wh ...

                                               

Home Box Office, Inc.

Home Box Office, Inc. is an American multinational media and entertainment company operating as a subsidiary of WarnerMedia, controlled by AT&T, and managed through its WarnerMedia Entertainment division. Founded by Charles Dolan and based in ...

                                               

Frank Walker (musician)

Frank Walker is a Canadian electronic musician and DJ. He is most noted for his single "Only When It Rains", a collaboration with Astrid S which was a Juno Award nominee for Dance Recording of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2020.

                                               

William Pratt

William or Billy Pratt may refer to: William Pratt born 1609, ancestor of the Pratt-Romney family William V. Pratt 1869–1957, admiral in the United States Navy William Pratt rugby league 1932–2009, English rugby league footballer of the 1950s for ...

                                               

List of unproduced Marvel Cinematic Universe projects

This is a list of unmade and unreleased projects from Marvel Studios and Marvel Television for the Marvel Cinematic Universe media franchise. Some of these productions were, or still are, in development hell. Projects that have not provided signi ...

                                               

Morning wood

Morning wood is one of several similar slang or colloquial terms referring to the phenomenon of nocturnal penile tumescence during and immediately following sleep. Morning wood or Morningwood may refer to:

                                               

H.O. McCurry

Harry Orr McCurry, known as H.O. McCurry, was a prominent figure in Canadian art management. Born in Ottawa, Ontario on August 21, 1889, McCurry was married to Dorothy Lampman Jenkins, a musician and figure skating champion of Canada. The McCurry ...

                                               

List of plants known as myrtle

Myrtle is part of the English common name of many trees and other plants, particularly those of the myrtle family. Plants called "myrtle" include: Diospyros pentamera, black myrtle Family Ebenaceae Family Fabaceae Acacia myrtifolia, myrtle wattle ...

                                               

Arthur W. Vanaman

Major General Arthur William Vanaman served in the United States Air Corps and Air Force from 1920 until 1954. During the Second World War, he served as Chief of Staff for Intelligence for the Eighth Air Force. In June 1944, he was captured by th ...

                                               

Agent Orange (disambiguation)

"Agent Orange", a song by Limewax "Agent Orange", a song by Pharoahe Monch Agent Orange”, a song by Fit for Rivals "Agent Orange", a song by Depeche Mode from the single "Strangelove" "Agent Orange", a song by Tori Amos from Boys for Pele Agent O ...

                                               

Grassroots (TV series)

Grassroots is a South African teen drama series created and priduced by Clive Morris Productions. It is an M-Net original production for Multichoice and DStvs One Magic and is a co-production with Naspers subscription video-on-demand service Show ...

                                               

Only the Family

Only The Family, often abbreviated as OTF, is a rap collective from Chicago, Illinois. The group was formed by rapper Lil Durk in 2010. Majority of the OTF members are also members of the gang Black Disciples Streets branch Only Trey Folks.

                                               

Roseum

Roseum may refer to: Xenophyllum roseum, a species of flowering plant found only in Ecuador Scindalma roseum, a synonym for Fomitopsis rosea Dipodium roseum, an orchid species Micrommata roseum, a synonym for Micrommata virescens, a spider with a ...

                                               

Spangle

Spangle may refer to: Spangle Lake Gold spangle, a moth of the family Noctuidae Spangle novel, a 1987 historical novel by Gary Jennings Radial Spangle, an indie rock band from Norman, Oklahoma, United States Yellow-crested spangle Papilio elephen ...

                                               

Marmion

Marmion, Western Australia, a suburb of Perth Electoral district of Marmion Marmion Land District Marmion Lake, Canada Marmion Tower, West Tanfield, North Yorkshire Fontenay-le-Marmion, a commune in France

                                               

Bbc1

Bbc1 is a protein expressed in yeasts. Bbc1 stands for Bni1 synthetic lethal and Bee1 complex member. The alternate name, Mti1p, stands for Myosin tail region-interacting protein. Bbc1 is involved in cytoskeletal regulation during endocytosis. Bu ...

                                               

Larsen House

Larsen House may refer to: in Denmark Carpenter Larsens house, a historic house at Nymindegab Museum, in Varde Municipality in the United States Jens T. Larsen House, Kimballton, Iowa, NRHP-listed in Audubon County Chris Larsen House, Elk Horn, I ...

                                               

Allegra Edwards

Allegra Edwards is an American television actress known for playing Cindy McCabe in the USA Network anthology series Briarpatch and Ingrid Kannerman in the Prime Video comedy Upload.

                                               

The Secret Life of Lele Pons

The Secret Life of Lele Pons is a biographical docuseries about YouTube star Lele Pons, produced by Shots Studios, directed by Emmy-award winner Alicia Zubikowski. The first episode was released on Pons YouTube channel on May 19th, 2020.

                                               

Xanthippe (disambiguation)

Xanthippe or Xantippe was the wife of Socrates. Xanthippe or Xantippe may also refer to: Xanthippe Voorhees, a character on the Netflix series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Xanthippe genus, a genus of mites in the family Ascidae Xantippe, Western Aus ...

                                               

Far Away

"Far Away", by Basshunter from Calling Time "Far Away" Kindred the Family Soul song, 2003 "Far Away" Nickelback song, 2006 "Far Away", by Royce da 59" from Street Hop "Far Away", by Jose Gonzalez from Red Dead Redemption Original Soundtrack "Far ...

                                               

Eptesicini

Species in the tribe include: Genus Arielulus Necklace pipistrelle, Arielulus torquatus Collared pipistrelle, Arielulus aureocollaris Coppery pipistrelle, Arielulus cuprosus Black-gilded pipistrelle, Arielulus circumdatus Social pipistrelle, Arie ...

                                               

Anabel Ortiz

Anabel Ortiz Morales is a Mexican professional boxer. She is a two-time minimumweight world champion, having held the WBA title since 2013 and previously the WBC title from 2009 to 2011. She also challenged once for the unified WBA, and WBO light ...

                                               

Hilton House

Hilton House may refer to: in England Hilton House, Berkshire, an English nobility family seat in the United States Hilton Columbus, Georgia, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP Hilton House Magdalena, New Mexico, NRHP-listed ...

                                               

Matt Hill (disambiguation)

Matt Hill is a Canadian voice actor. Matt Hill may also refer to: Matt Hill golfer born 1988, Canadian golfer Matt Hill American football born 1978, American football player Matt Hill footballer born 1981, English footballer Matthew Davenport Hil ...

                                               

Quality Street

Quality Street can refer to: Quality Street play, a play by J. M. Barrie A street in the village of Merstham Quality Street, a 1991 album by England indie band World of Twist A street in Davidsons Mains, Edinburgh Quality Street confectionery, no ...

                                               

Man in the Street

"Man in the Street", song performed by The Hooters in the 1980s "Man in the Street", a 1964 song written and performed by The Skatalites "Man in the Street", song on the 1998 album Hell of a Tester by The Rasmus "Man in the Street", song on the 1 ...

                                               

Rae Tod

He became President of the Edinburgh Academical rugby club. He joined the SRU committee in 1956. He became the 81st President of the Scottish Rugby Union. He served the standard one year from 1967 to 1968.

                                               

Yang–Mills equations

In physics and mathematics, and especially differential geometry and gauge theory, the Yang–Mills equations are a system of partial differential equations for a connection on a vector bundle or principal bundle. The Yang-Mills equations arise in ...

                                               

Diversinitus

Diversitinus is an extinct genus of Chalcid wasp, belonging to the extinct family Diversinitidae, of which it is the type genus. It contains a single species D. attenboroughi known from 2 male specimens from the earliest Cenomanian aged Burmese a ...

                                               

False Friends (Homeland)

False Friends is the third episode of the eighth season of the American television drama series Homeland, and the 87th episode overall. It premiered on Showtime on February 23, 2020.

                                               

Goose foot

Goosefoot or goose foot may refer to: The foot of a goose Pes anserinus, meaning "goose foot", a tendinous structure in the human leg Chenopodiaceae, a defunct family of flowering plants now a part of Amaranthaceae Chenopodium, the genus of plant ...

                                               

Warro National Park

The Warro National Park is located in the Wide Bay–Burnett region in the Sunshine Coast about 340 kilometres 210 mi north of Brisbane and 185 kilometres 115 mi southeast of Rockhampton. The closest town is Gin Gin. From the city of Gin Gin, the p ...

                                               

Ikeda

Ikeda may refer to: Ikeda clan, a Japanese clan Ikeda map, chaotic attractor Ikeda genus a genus of the family Ikedidae Ikeda Jeans, Jeans label Ikeda surname Ikeda comics, a character in Usagi Yojimbo

                                               

Rathavit Kijworalak

Rathavit Kijworalak His nickname is Plan Thai: แปลน Thai pronunciation: is a Thai series actor. Starting off a career as an actor at age 19 in the 2016 Thai TV series Make It Right the Series. He is best known for his role as Can or Cantaloupe in ...

                                               

California Rodeo Salinas Hall of Fame

The California Rodeo Salinas Hall of Fame is a cowboy hall of fame. Established in 2010 by the California Rodeo Salinas, the hall of fame recognizes and awards those individuals who helped build the rodeo and those rodeo performers who helped the ...

                                               

Leslie Shepherd (physicist)

Leslie Robert Shepherd was a British nuclear physicist. He was involved in the design and operation of the experimental Dragon reactor, which used helium as a coolant. He was also an advocate of space exploration, serving as the president of the ...

                                               

Otterington Hall

Otterington Hall is a grade II-listed mansion in South Otterington, near Northallerton, North Yorkshire, England. Otterington Hall lies in South Otterington, three miles south of Northallerton, on the A167. It was home to the Furness family for m ...

                                               

SELF-SCAN

SELF-SCAN is a family of plasma displays introduced by Burroughs Corporation during the 1970s. The most common format was a single-row dot matrix display in sizes from 16 to 40 ASCII characters wide. Other formats were also produced, including th ...

                                               

Hermione Harvey

Hermione Harvey, was an English actress and dancer. She was known in the 1950s for starring on the West End stage in London.

                                               

Miracle at St. Andrews

Travis McKinley spent four years as a professional golfer later in life and then he no longer was good enough to compete. He then took his family on a trip to England and then Scotland. While in Scotland he met a Scottish native he met at a golf ...

                                               

Sunnydale (disambiguation)

Sunnydale is the fictional city setting for the Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV series. Sunnydale may also refer to: Sunnydale Avenue Station, the Muni Metro station in Visitation Valley Sunnydale, Washington, an unincorporated community Sunnydale, a ...

                                               

Saitual district

The Demand for Saitual District had started from 1974. The Citizen Committee was established in 1993. The Saitual District Implenting Demand Committee consisting of several civil society groups who staged demonstrations for Demanding a full fledg ...

                                               

Crofton

Crofton baronets, a title in the Baronetage on the United Kingdom Baron Crofton, a title in the Peerage of Ireland Crofton surname Crofton family, Noble family

                                               

Worthington

In England: Worthington, Leicestershire Worthington, Greater Manchester In the United States: Worthington, Indiana Worthington, Massachusetts Worthington, Minnesota Worthington, West Virginia Worthington, Pennsylvania Worthington, Louisville, Ken ...

                                               

Neville

Neville, Ohio, USA Neville Township, Pennsylvania, USA Neville, New South Wales, Australia Neville, Saskatchewan, Canada Neville-sur-Mer, in the Manche department, France Neville, in the Seine-Maritime department, France

                                               

Lifes Highway (Jeannie Seely album)

Lifes Highway is a studio album by American country artist Jeannie Seely. It was released on December 9, 2003 via OMS Records. It was co-produced by Hugh Moore and Billy Troy. Lifes Highway was Seelys fourteenth studio recording and first album i ...

                                               

Moon landing (disambiguation)

A Moon landing is the arrival of a spacecraft on the surface of the Moon. Moon Landing may also refer to: Moon landing conspiracy theories, claims that some or all elements of the Apollo Project and the associated Moon landings were falsification ...

                                               

The Best Disco Album in the World

The Best Disco Album in the World is a European compilation album released by WEA Records in 1979 comprising many recent disco-orientated hits. In the UK, the album was released in June and charted the following month, reaching No.1 in the albums ...

                                               

Rodney Winfield

Rodney Winfield was an American designer and artist based in St. Louis. He designed mostly stained glass as well as silver and brass repousse, and was notably one of the first to use three dimensions in his stained glass design.