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Johnny Smith (disambiguation)

Johnny Smith is an American jazz guitarist. Johnny Smith may also refer to: Johnny Smith album, by jazz guitarist Johnny Smith Johnny Smith rugby union 1922–1974, Maori rugby union player who played for New Zealand Johnny Smith wrestler born 1965 ...

                                               

Wellington College

Wellington College may refer to: Wellington College, Berkshire, an independent school in Crowthorne, Berkshire, England Wellington College International Tianjin Wellington College International Shanghai Wellington College, Wellington, New Zealand ...

                                               

PCCA

PCCA may refer to: Professional Compounding Centers of America, a pharmaceutical organization Pine Castle Christian Academy, a private school in Pine Castle, Florida Propionyl Coenzyme A carboxylase, alpha polypeptide Pewter Collectors Club of Am ...

                                               

Charteris Bay

Charteris Bay is a large inlet on the southern coast of Lyttelton Harbour, New Zealand. It abuts Diamond Harbour to the east and Teddington to the west. The boundary of the bay also includes Quail Island. The community is notable for Orton Bradle ...

                                               

After a Few

After a Few is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Travis Denning. It his second single for Mercury Nashville. Denning wrote the song with Kelly Archer and Justin Weaver.

                                               

Smriti Morarka

Smriti Morarka is an Indian social activist reviving handwoven cloth and improving mental health. In 2019 she was awarded the "Woman Power Award" Nari Shakti Puraskar by the President of India on International Womens Day in recognition of the exa ...

                                               

J. Sudhanandhen Mudaliyar

Sudhanandhen was born in Sengunthar Kaikola MudaliyarMayan Kothiram family in 1944. He completed his schooling at Kalaimagal Kalvi Nilayam, Erode. He continued his high school at Sengunthar Higher Secondary School, Erode. He completed his PUC at ...

                                               

Steve Parker (artist)

Steve Parker uses sculpture, sound, and performance to create communal, democratic works that examine history and behavior. In 2016, he composed Bat/Man, a participatory composition for bat echolocation, conch shells, funnel pipes, megaphone choi ...

                                               

Heckler (disambiguation)

A heckler is a person who shouts an uninvited comment at a performance or event. Heckler or The Heckler may also refer to: Heckler comics, a fictional character The Georgetown Heckler, an undergraduate humor magazine at Georgetown University The ...

                                               

CFCA

CFCA may refer to: Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, a charity organization now known as Unbound CFCA-FM, branded as 105.3 Kool FM, is a Canadian radio station. European Fisheries Control Agency, previously known as the Community Fishe ...

                                               

Last Days (Evenson novel)

Last Days is a 2009 mystery-horror novel by Brian Evenson, first published by Underland Press. The first part of the book was originally published by Earthling Publications in 2003 as a novella titled The Brotherhood of Mutilation. The story foll ...

                                               

List of 2020 This American Life episodes

In 2020, there have been nine new This American Life episodes. Episode 691 – "Gardens of Branching Paths" Air Date: 2020-01-10 Episode 692 – "The Show of Delights Air Date: 2020-01-31 Episode 693 – "Abdi the American Air Date: 2020-02-07 Episode ...

                                               

From There to Back Again

From There to Back Again is a song written by Brian Wilson and Joe Thomas for the American rock band The Beach Boys. It was released in 2012 on the album Thats Why God Made the Radio. The song has Al Jardine and Wilson in the lead vocals, and is ...

                                               

Quarantine Circular

Quarantine Circular is a text-based adventure game developed and published by Mike Bithell Games. The game was released for Windows and Macintosh-based personal computers in May 2018 and for Nintendo Switch devices in December 2018.

                                               

H&H

Holland & Holland, gun maker H&H Bagels, a New York City bagel store H&H Restaurant, a Macon, Georgia restaurant Howe & Howe Technologies, vehicle fabrication H&H Classics, automobile auctioneers H&H Shooting Sports, an Oklahoma C ...

                                               

ReClaim Hymnal

The ReClaim Hymnal is a worship book and hymnal used by several Lutheran denominations in North America. It was published in 2006 by ReClaim Resources. ReClaim Resources then became part of Sola Publishing, the publishing arm of Word Alone Minist ...

                                               

Vandroid (comic book)

Vandroid is a five-issue comic book limited series, written by Tommy Lee Edwards and Noah Smith, illustrated by Dan McDaid and published by Dark Horse Comics. There is an accompanying Vandroid soundtrack album by French electronic music label Ed ...

                                               

Kim Williams (architect)

Kim Williams is an American architect, an independent scholar on the connections between architecture and mathematics, and a book publisher. She is the founder of the Nexus: Architecture and Mathematics conference series, the founder and co-edito ...

                                               

Stanley Lovell

Stanley Lovell was the second generation owner of Lovell Drugs succeeding his father, Edwin Arthur Lovell, and brother Everett Arthur Lovell. The Lovell familys involvement in the drug store business began in 1909 and expansion to multiple locati ...

                                               

Mountain House

Mountain House, Alameda County, California Mountain House, San Joaquin County, California Brush Creek, California, a community in Butte County, formerly known as Mountain House

                                               

Rankin House

Rankin House or Rankin Barn may refer to: in the United States by state then city Holley-Rankine House, Niagara Falls, New York, listed on the NRHP in Niagara County John N. and Mary L. Rankin Irwin House, Keokuk, Iowa, listed on the NRHP in Lee ...

                                               

M. V. Boughton

Martin Van Buren Boughton, more commonly referred to as M. V. Boughton, was an American pioneer and politician who served as the 7th Mayor of Cheyenne, Wyoming.

                                               

Commendatore

Commendatore of the Italian Republic Italian: Commendatore della Repubblica ; transl. Commendatore Commander of the Italian Republic, rank in an order of honour Commander order Italian: Commendatore, the title of honour "Commander" Leader person ...

                                               

John Haines (disambiguation)

John Haines was a poet laureate of Alaska. John Haines may also refer to: Jack Haines John Thomas William Haines, 1920–1987, English international football soccer player John Haines cricketer 1825–1894, English first-class cricketer John Haines p ...

                                               

Meantime

Washington Mean Time, the time at the meridian through the center of the old dome atop the main building at the old US Naval Observatory at Washington, D.C., U.S.A. Greenwich Mean Time, the mean solar time at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich in E ...

                                               

Exon (disambiguation)

Exon may refer to: Nat Exon born 1992, Australian rules footballer Exon can also refer to the signature of the Bishop of Exeter J. James Exon 1921–2005, American politician Exoniensis or Exon., the Post-Nominal Letters for alumni / degrees from t ...

                                               

Has Anyone Here Seen Sigfried?

Has Anyone Here Seen Sigfried? is the fourth studio album by American progressive rock/AOR band Pavlovs Dog, released in 2007. The album was meant to be the bands third studio release, succeeding At the Sound of the Bell. However, according to le ...

                                               

Guillaume Cote

Guillaume Cote is a Canadian ballet dancer and choreographer. He is currently a principal dancer and a Choreographic Associate at the National Ballet of Canada.

                                               

Danse Macabre (disambiguation)

Danse Macabre film, a 2009 Canadian short drama film "Danse Macabre" Grimm, a television episode Danse Macabre, a 1922 film directed by Dudley Murphy Dance Macabre film, a 1992 American horror film "Danse Macabre" Jonathan Creek, a television episode

                                               

Ocho

Ocho may refer to: Ocho, a figure "eight" in Argentine tango dance Mount Ōchō, a peak in Okuetsu Kōgen Prefectural Natural Park in Japan Ocho, the Spanish word for eight Ōchō, a Japanese era name

                                               

Vertigo (The Necks album)

Vertigo is an album by Australian improvised music trio The Necks first released on the Fish of Milk label in 2015 in Australia, on ReR Megacorp in Europe, and on the Northern Spy label in the US.

                                               

Ill Never Forget You

Ill Never Forget You may refer to: "Ill Never Forget You", song by American punk rock band, Husker Du, from their 1984 album, Zen Arcade Ill Never Forget You, song by Francis and the Lights from their EP "Striking", covered by Birdy on her self-t ...

                                               

Cotillion (disambiguation)

Cotillion is an 18–19th century French dance. Cotillion may also refer to: Cotillion Malazan, a character in the Malazan Book of the Fallen series Cotillion Records, a record label Cotillion Ballroom, a music venue in Wichita, Kansas Cotillion no ...

                                               

Boyer (disambiguation)

1215 Boyer, an asteroid Boyer, Tasmania, Australia

                                               

Where the Dead Ships Dwell

Where the Dead Ships Dwell is a song by Swedish metal band In Flames. It was released as the second single from the bands tenth studio album, Sounds of a Playground Fading. The song is one of the bands most successful singles in the US, peaking a ...

                                               

Parada

Parada Arcos de Valdevez, a civil parish in the municipality of Arcos de Valdevez Parada de Cima, a hamlet in the civil parish of Fonte de Angeão, municipality of Vagos Parada Monção, a civil parish in the municipality of Monção Parada Carregal d ...

                                               

Dance Dance

"Dance Dance" E-girls song, released 2015 "Dance Dance" James Cottriall song, a 2013 song by James Cottriall "Dance, Dance, Dance", a 1957 B-side by The Dells on "Why Do You Have to Go/Dance, Dance, Dance" "Dance Dance/My Lady", a 2012 single by ...

                                               

Dance Again (Selena Gomez song)

In addition, "Dance Again" was scheduled to be used to promote CBS Sports and Turner Sports coverage of the 2020 NCAA Tournament. However, the song was never used, as the tournament was cancelled over concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic. Gomez anno ...

                                               

IF Lyseng Fodbold

Idrætsforeningen Lyseng Fodbold, commonly known as IF Lyseng, is an association football club based in the surburb of Hojbjerg, Aarhus Municipality, Denmark, that competes in the Denmark Series, the fourth tier of the Danish football league syste ...

                                               

Eisa

Eisa or EISA can have several meanings: Tell el-Eisa Hill, near El Alamein in Egypt, site of a cemetery for those who died in the battles A daughter of the god Fornjot in Norse mythology Eisa dance, in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan

                                               

Dante Gulapa

Dante Gulapa is a Filipino internet and television personality known for his viral macho dance videos posted online on Facebook in 2019. He was nicknamed the Big Papa or King Eagle by his fan base "Gulapanatics" or "Daigonatics" for his signature ...

                                               

Dancer in Nowhere

Dancer in Nowhere is an album of Miho Hazama and her chamber orchestra m_unit, released in November 2018. This album was nominated for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.

                                               

DDR

DDR may refer to: Double data rate, a data transfer strategy of a computer bus Dadar railway station DDR SDRAM, a computer memory standard that uses double-data-rate transfers Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration, applied strategies for ...

                                               

Aquamarine

Aquamarine novel, a 2001 novel by Alice Hoffman Aquamarine film, a 2006 film based on the book by Alice Hoffman Aquamarine, a character on the Cartoon Network show Steven Universe "Aquamarine" Drugstore song, from the album Anatomy "Aqua Marine" ...

                                               

Dancing Queen (disambiguation)

Dancing Queen is a 1976 single by Swedish pop group ABBA. Dancing Queen may also refer to: "Dancing Queen" Legends of Tomorrow, a 2018 episode of Legends of Tomorrow "Dancing Queen", a 2012 single by South Korean girl group Crayon Pop Dancing Que ...

                                               

Tamara (Balakirev)

Tamara is a symphonic poem by Mily Balakirev, written in 1882. The basis was the ballad of the same name by Mikhail Lermontov Tamara, written by the poet around 1837 under the impression of the old Georgian legend apparently heard in the Caucasus ...

                                               

IIO

IIO or Iio may refer to: Diminished supertonic triad ii o, a borrowed chord Information Integration Officers, of the U.S. Air Force; see Aircrew Badge iiO, an American dance music group Imperial Inspectorate Organization, or its successor the Isl ...

                                               

Mexican hat

In general, a Mexican hat is a sombrero – a broad-brimmed and high-crowned hat formerly used in rural areas of Mexico and still common today among mariachi musicians and foreign tourists. Mexican hat may also refer to: Mexican Hat, Utah, a census ...

                                               

You Can Dance (disambiguation)

You Can Dance is a 1987 remix album by Madonna. You Can Dance may also refer to: So You Think You Can Dance, a franchise of reality television shows You Can Dance: Po prostu tancz!, a Polish version of the franchise ABBA: You Can Dance, a video g ...

                                               

Time of a Dancer

They returned from the war. On the one hand, they won, and on the other, they lost, because they forgot how to live in peace. But the war did not destroy the most important thing in them: the will to live.