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James Tillman

James or Jim Tillman may refer to: James Tillman basketball, American basketball player Jim Tillman, American musician and member of The U-Men James Calvin Tillman, American former prisoner, exonerated of the crime for which he was imprisoned Jam ...

                                               

CIW

CIW has multiple meanings: Carnegie Institution of Washington California Institution for Women, a state prison in the USA Central Indiana and Western Railroad Coalition of Immokalee Workers ISO 639 language designation for Southwestern dialect of ...

                                               

Robbins

Parker Robbins, comic book character Lily Robbins, character in The Lily Series Jack Robbins, character on EastEnders television series Arizona Robbins, surgeon in Greys Anatomy Al Robbins, medical doctor in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

                                               

Command

Command pattern, a software design pattern in which objects represent actions Voice command, in speech recognition Command computing, a statement in a computer language Command key, a modifier key on Apple Macintosh computer keyboards COMMAND.COM ...

                                               

Crime Club

Crime Club may refer to: Collins Crime Club UK publishing imprint, British book marque for crime and mystery fiction from publisher Collins The Crime Club radio series, U.S. radio program based on stories from the Doubleday Crime Club MIT Crime C ...

                                               

Trial penalty

In the United States, the trial penalty refers to the difference between the smaller sentence offered to a defendant in a plea bargain prior to a criminal trial versus the larger sentence the defendant could receive if they elect to go to trial. ...

                                               

Run with the Hunted (2019 film)

Run with the Hunted is a 2019 American action crime drama film written and directed by John Swab, and starring Michael Pitt, Sam Quartin, Ron Perlman, Mark Boone Junior, William Forsythe and Dree Hemingway.

                                               

The Hollow (disambiguation)

The Hollow is a 1946 detective novel by Agatha Christie. The Hollow may also refer to: The Hollow Charmed, a fictional entity in the television series Charmed The Hollow TV series, a Netflix original series The Hollow album, a 2011 album by Memph ...

                                               

Sick leave in the United States

The availability of paid sick leave in the United States depends upon where the worker is located. The United States does not currently require that employees have access to paid sick days to address their own short-term illnesses or the short-te ...

                                               

Millbrook

Millbrook, Ohio Millbrook, Kansas Millbrook, New York Millbrook, West Virginia Millbrook, New Jersey Millbrook, North Carolina Millbrook, Illinois Millbrook, Missouri Millbrook, Alabama

                                               

CDV

CDV may refer to: Acronym of Compagnia della Vela. Childhood Domestic Violence Association, a nonprofit organization dedicated to help children of domestic violence Clutch delay valve, an automotive device Carte de visite, a nineteenth-century ph ...

                                               

Look Long

Look Long is a studio album by American folk rock duo Indigo Girls. The album was originally due to be released on April 24, 2020, but was delayed until May 22, 2020. The album has had a positive reception from critics.

                                               

Patricia Giggans

Patricia Occhiuzzo Giggans, also known as Patti Giggans is a Los Angeles-based feminist activist and advocate for supporting victims of domestic violence.

                                               

Rajiv Mohabir

Rajiv Mohabir is an Indo-Caribbean American poet. He is the author of two poetry collections and four chapbooks. Currently, he teaches in the BFA/MFA program in the Writing, Literature, and Publishing department at Emerson College.

                                               

Duluth (disambiguation)

Duluth, Minnesota is a city in the United States. Duluth or DuLuth may also refer to: Duluth, Nebraska, an unincorporated community Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Lhut, French explorer whose name is sometimes anglicized as DuLuth Duluth model, a prog ...

                                               

AVR

Avon Valley Railway, a heritage railway in the United Kingdom Assiniboine Valley Railway, a minimum gauge railway in Winnipeg, Canada Aroostook Valley Railroad, a defunct railroad in Maine, U.S. Allegheny Valley Railroad, shortline railroad in Pe ...

                                               

Deer day

Deer day is an unofficial holiday held on the first day of the hunting season in many rural areas of the United States in which school districts are often closed. From 1963 to 2018, the first day of the deer hunting season with firearms in Pennsy ...

                                               

TakeAction Minnesota

TakeAction Minnesota is a social welfare organization and political advocacy group operating in the U.S. state of Minnesota. According to its mission statement, the groups goal is to "unite the power of diverse individuals, communities and organi ...

                                               

Jamie Mason

Jamie Mason is an American author. Her most recent book, The Hidden Things, was inspired by seeing a clip of a girl on the internet, as mentioned in the LA Review of Books. The story concerns a fictional hunt for one of the masterpieces stolen in ...

                                               

GSHS

GSHS may refer to: Garner Magnet High School, formerly Garner Senior High School Gibson Southern High School Garden Spot High School Gladstone State High School Grand Saline High School Greenville Senior High School Greenville, South Carolina Geo ...

                                               

Sabrina Sojourner

Sabrina Sojourner was the District of Columbias Shadow Representative for the at-large district from January 1997 until 1999. Serving as the third individual in the position, preceded by John Capozzi. She served a single term as Shadow Representa ...

                                               

Bill McDonald

Bill McDonald may refer to: Bill McDonald actor in Ollie Hopnoodles Haven of Bliss and A History of Violence Bill McDonald basketball 1916–1994, American professional basketball player Bill McDonald Texas Ranger 1852–1918, Texas Ranger and bodygu ...

                                               

Cozy

Cozy Powell 1947–1998, British rock drummer Albert Cozy Dolan 1910s outfielder 1889–1958, Major League Baseball player Cozy Cole 1909–1981, jazz drummer

                                               

Stand Together

Stand Together is a name of a network of non-profits funded by Charles Koch and other individuals previously known as The Seminar Network. It was reorganized and renamed in 2019. The founding CEO is Brian Hooks. A previous constellation of organi ...

                                               

Growler

S-400 SAM or SA-21 Growler, a surface-to-air missile Growler electrical device, a device for testing electric motors Growler, a sound-powered telephone used on U.S. Navy ships

                                               

Runt (disambiguation)

A runt is a smaller specimen in a group of animals, usually of offspring in a litter. Runt s may also refer to: Runt album, a 1970 album by Todd Rundgren, originally credited to the band Runt Runt novel, a novel by Marion Dane Bauer RUNT Linux, R ...

                                               

Swervin (BlocBoy JB song)

Swervin is a song by American rapper BlocBoy JB. It was released on March 26, 2020, through Foundation Entertainment and Interscope, as the lead single from his upcoming debut studio album.

                                               

Mike Broihier

Mike Broihier is a retired lieutenant colonel and farmer who is running for the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate in the 2020 election against incumbent Mitch McConnell. Broihier served in the Marines for over two decades until h ...

                                               

Terrapin (disambiguation)

A terrapin is a turtle living in fresh or brackish water. Terrapin may also refer to: "Terrapin" song, a song by Syd Barrett from The Madcap Laughs, covered by Smashing Pumpkins and others HMS Terrapin P323, a British ship Terrapin Beer Company B ...

                                               

Shotley (disambiguation)

Shotley is a village and civil parish in Suffolk, England. Shotley may also refer to several places: RNTE Shotley, known in the Royal Navy as HMS Ganges, was a Royal Naval Training Establishment at Shotley Gate, south Suffolk Shotley Peninsula, a ...

                                               

Meet the Frasers

Meet the Frasers is an American reality television series that premiered January 13, 2020, and airs on E!. The series chronicles the lives of psychic medium Matt Fraser and his pageant queen girlfriend, Alexa Papigiotis.

                                               

The Avenues

The Avenues may refer to: The Avenues, Salt Lake City, a neighbourhood in Salt Lake City, Utah The Avenues shopping mall, a shopping mall in Jacksonville, Florida The Avenues, Bahrain, a shopping mall in Manama, Bahrain The combined nickname of t ...

                                               

Watch Your Step (Elvis Costello song)

Watch Your Step is a song written by new wave musician Elvis Costello and performed by Costello and the Attractions on their 1981 album, Trust. Originating from lyrics he wrote as a 20-year-old, "Watch Your Step" was inspired by Costellos experie ...

                                               

City Club (Newburgh, New York)

The City Club, known also as the William Culbert House, is a historic ruin at the corner of Grand and 2nd Streets in Newburgh, New York. Built in the early 1850s by Downing & Vaux, the house survived Urban Renewal efforts but succumbed to fire in ...

                                               

Ramsay Malware

Ramsay, also referred to as Ramsay Malware, is a cyber espionage framework and toolkit that was discovered by ESET Research in 2020. Ramsay is specifically tailored for Windows systems on networks that are not connected to the internet and that a ...

                                               

Beef jerky (disambiguation)

Beef jerky is a type of jerky, a lean meat that has been trimmed of fat, cut into strips, and then dried to prevent spoilage. Beef jerky or Beef Jerky may also refer to: "Beef Jerky", song from The Jerky Boys album The Jerky Boys Beef Jerky, a ch ...

                                               

Andre Pomarat

Andre Pomarat was a French actor and theatre director. Pomarat was a student of the first graduating class of the Ecole superieure dart dramatique de Strasbourg. He joined the permanent troupe at the Comedie de lEst, which became the National The ...

                                               

The Midnight Man

The Midnight Man 1974 film, a 1974 film starring Burt Lancaster Midnight Man 1995 film, a 1995 film starring Lorenzo Lamas The Midnight Man 1917 film, a 1917 film starring Jack Mulhall The Midnight Man 2016 horror film, a 2016 film starring Rober ...

                                               

The Hanged Man

The Hanged Man may refer to: The Hanged Man Tarot card, Major Arcana Tarot card, also known as "The Traitor" The Hanged Man album, a 1997 album by Poisoned Electrick Head "The Hanged Man", song by Dark Moor from their 2007 album, Tarot The Hanged ...

                                               

Oh, What a Night

Oh, What a Night may refer to: In music: "Oh, What a Night" The Dells song, 1956, re-released 1969 "December, 1963 Oh, What a Night", a 1975 song by The Four Seasons Oh What a Night Guano Apes song, a 2011 single by the Guano Apes In film: Oh, Wh ...

                                               

Shafi Alam

Shafi Alam is a former Director of the NCRB in India, He joined Indian Police Service in Bihar Cadre in the year 1977. He is a Science Graduate from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. He has been posted as Superintendent of Police in various districts ...

                                               

What a Night

What a Night! 1931 film, a British comedy crime film directed by Monty Banks What a Night! 1928 film, an American silent film starring Bebe Daniels

                                               

Gale Warning

Gale Warning is a 1939 novel by the English author Dornford Yates, first serialised in Womans Home Companion. Although it includes Chandos and Mansel, as a first person narrative by another character it is not normally counted as one of the autho ...

                                               

Bus Ride

"Bus Ride", by Reuben Wilson from Blue Mode 1969 "Bus Ride", by Georges Delerue from Crimes of the Heart Original Motion Picture Score 1986 "Bus Ride", song by Quasimoto from The Further Adventures of Lord Quas "Bus Ride", by Rocco DeLuca and the ...

                                               

The Caller

The Caller may refer to: The Caller, print publication for Crime Stoppers International The Caller 2008 film, a 2008 drama-thriller film: executive of energy company exposes their corruption and becomes target for assassination The Caller 1987 fi ...

                                               

Alfred Sous

Born in Rheydt, at the age of 14 Sous began his music education at the Heeresmusikschule Buckeburg. In 1942 he was drafted. After his training as a soldier he was sent to the Eastern Front and in 1943 to Soviet war captivity. After seven years as ...

                                               

Father of the Bride

Father of the Bride may refer to: Father of the Bride 1950 film, starring Spencer Tracy, Joan Bennett, and Elizabeth Taylor, based on the 1949 novel Father of the Bride TV series, a 1961–62 television series "Father of the Bride", the twentieth e ...

                                               

Scorpion Spring

Scorpion Spring is a 1995 American crime thriller film written and directed by Brian Cox and starring Esai Morales, Ruben Blades, Alfred Molina and Matthew McConaughey.

                                               

Federal prosecutors office (Belgium)

The federal prosecutors office of Belgium is a prosecutors office with jurisdiction over the entire Belgian territory, unlike the other Belgian prosecutors offices which are associated to a particular court or arrondissement. The office was creat ...

                                               

Game Day (Awake)

Game Day is the ninth episode of the American television police procedural fantasy drama Awake. The episode was scheduled to be the eighth broadcast episode but NBC changed the broadcasting order. It premiered on NBC on April 26, 2012. The episod ...