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Wishbone

Wishbone commonly refers to: Furcula, a fork-shaped bone in birds and some dinosaurs Wishbone may also refer to: Wish-Bone, an American salad dressing and condiment company Wishbone computer bus, an open source hardware computer bus Wishbone boom ...

                                               

Boner

Boner Records, a California-based independent label Boner Stabone, a recurring character on the TV series Growing Pains Boners Ark, a comic strip about a sailing ship filled with animals

                                               

Millennials (disambiguation)

Millennials, also known as Generation Y or Gen Y, are the generational demographic cohort following Generation X and preceding Generation Z. Millennial or millennials may also refer to: Millennials TV series, an Argentinian drama television serie ...

                                               

Frank Black (disambiguation)

Black Francis, also known as Frank Black, is an American musician. Frank Black may also refer to: Frank Black album, the 1993 debut album of Frank Black Frank S. Black 1853–1913, governor of New York from 1897 to 1898 Frank Black character, prota ...

                                               

Probability (disambiguation)

Probability is the measure of an events likelihood. It may also refer to: Probability Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode, an episode in the second season of the police procedural television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent Probability moral ...

                                               

Arthur Griffiths

Arthur Griffiths may refer to: Arthur Griffiths footballer, born 1908 1914–1995, footballer for Torquay, Rochdale and Stoke City Arthur Griffiths author 1838–1908, prison administrator and author Arthur Griffiths footballer, born 1885 1885–1944, ...

                                               

Tweener

Tweener may refer to: In sports: Tweener basketball, a basketball player able to play two different positions Tweener racket, a mid-size, mid-weight tennis racket for intermediate players Tweener, a bowler whose bowling form falls between accurat ...

                                               

McFadden

"Casper McFadden" otherwise known as "Casper the Friendly Ghost" "Bart McFadden" is a character, known as a fictional head coach of the Atlanta Falcons in the book by Tim Green, Football Genius "McFadden" is also a name of a Prison Break characte ...

                                               

Haines House

by state, then city Wyck House, also called Haines House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, NRHP-listed Hanson Haines House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, NRHP-listed Frank Haines House, Sabina, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Clinton County, Ohio John Haine ...

                                               

Ramesh Karad

Ramesh Kashiram Karad, commonly known as Ramesh Appa Karad, is an Indian politician from Maharashtra state and a member of Maharashtra Legislative Council from Bharatiya Janata Party. He belongs to Latur district of Marathwada region in Maharasht ...

                                               

Back to the Future (disambiguation)

Back to the Future is a 1985 science fiction film and was the first film in the popular American science-fiction film trilogy. Back to the Future may also refer to:

                                               

The Hollow Man

Hollow Man or The Hollow Man may refer to: The Hollow Man 2011 novel, a London-based crime thriller by Oliver Harris The Hollow Man 1992 novel, a science fiction novel by the US writer Dan Simmons Hollow Man 2, the films 2006 sequel, starring Chr ...

                                               

M26

M26, M-26, or M.26 may refer to: M26 apple, a Malling series apple rootstock M-26 aero-engine a soviet 1930s aero-engine for autogyros and helicopters M26 Modular Accessory Shotgun System, a lightweight shotgun system M26 Pershing, an American ta ...

                                               

Steven Parker

Steven or Steve Parker may refer to: Steve Parker artist, multi-disciplinary artist Steven Christopher Parker born 1989, actor Steve Parker defensive end, born 1956, American football player with the New Orleans Saints Steven Parker, military pol ...

                                               

WKS

WKS may refer to: Wanamaker, Kempton and Southern Railroad, WK&S, a US railroad .wks WorKSheet, a filename extension used by early Lotus 1-2-3 and Microsoft Works Fictional television station on the US Family Ties sitcom Wroclawski Klub Sport ...

                                               

Availability of 5G by country

Cellular phone companies began deploying the 5G cellular network standard worldwide in 2019. This article lists the availability of this standard in different countries and regions.

                                               

1951 Baden-Wurttemberg referendum

A referendum was held on 9 December 1951 in the states of South Baden, Wurttemberg-Baden, and Wurttemberg-Hohenzollern. Voters were asked whether they favoured a merger of the three states into a single state or the re-establishment of the old st ...

                                               

Odd Man Out (disambiguation)

"Odd Man Out" Frasier, a 1997 episode of Frasier Odd Man Out, a 1947 British film noir Odd Man Out UK TV series, a 1977 sitcom starring John Inman "Odd Man Out" Prison Break, a 2005 episode of Prison Break "Odd Man Out", a segment of the 2004–6 s ...

                                               

I Want to Go to Prison

The film tells about the developer of "Zaporozhets", which happened misfortune. With his help, the bank was robbed, and he decided to voluntarily go to prison.

                                               

Going Under (disambiguation)

Going Under 1991 film, a comedy film starring Bill Pullman and Dean Cain "Going Under" CSI: Miami, an episode of CSI: Miami Going Under working title of Once Upon a Time in Venice, 2016 comedy film starring Bruce Willis, Jason Momoa, and John Goo ...

                                               

SALC

SALC or Salc may refer to: South Andhra Lutheran Church, Christian denomination in India Southern Africa Litigation Centre, litigant in Southern Africa Litigation Centre v National Director of Public Prosecutions South Australian Legislative Coun ...

                                               

Lord Mackenzie

Lord Mackenzie may refer to: Lord Muir Mackenzie Hector MacKenzie, Baron MacKenzie of Culkein born 1940, Scottish nurse and former trade union official Donald Mackenzie advocate 1818–1875, Scottish judge, styled Lord Mackenzie Brian Mackenzie, Ba ...

                                               

Lord Gifford

Lord Gifford may refer to: Edgar Berkeley Gifford, 4th Baron Gifford 1857–1937 Anthony Gifford, 6th Baron Gifford born 1940, English barrister, campaigner for reparations for slavery One of the Barons Gifford Adam Gifford, Lord Gifford 1820–1887, ...

                                               

Gary Thomas

Gary Thomas may refer to: Gary Thomas author born 1961, American Christian writer Gary L. Thomas game designer, American game designer Gary Thomas cricketer, born 1958, English cricketer Father Gary Thomas, American exorcist and consultant to the ...

                                               

Australian Attorneys-General

Within Australia, Attorney-General may refer to the following offices: Attorney-General of Western Australia Attorney-General of South Australia Attorney-General of the Northern Territory Attorney-General of Tasmania Attorney-General of Queenslan ...

                                               

Doping in Figure Skating

Doping in figure skating involves the use of illegal performance-enhancing drugs, specifically those listed and monitored by the World Anti-Doping Agency. Bans can be enforced on figure skaters by the International Skating Union and each countrys ...

                                               

Nathan Hale (disambiguation)

Nathan Hale journalist 1784–1863, American journalist and newspaper publisher who introduced regular editorial comment Nate Dogg 1969–2011, American hip hop singer born Nathaniel Dwayne Hale Nathan W. Hale 1860–1941, U.S. Representative from Tenn ...

                                               

1st and 4th Missouri Infantry (Consolidated)

The 1st and 4th Missouri Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. The regiment was formed when the 1st Missouri Infantry and the 4th Missouri Infantry were consolidated on Novembe ...

                                               

Not

Not, the general declarative form of "no", indicating a negation of a related statement that it usually precedes . Not!, a grammatical construct used as a contradiction, popularized in the early 1990s

                                               

Universal USB Installer

Universal USB Installer is open-source live Linux USB flash drive creation software. It allows users to create a bootable live USB flash drive using an ISO image from a supported Linux distribution, antivirus utility, system tool, and Microsoft W ...

                                               

Margarita Chli

Margarita Chli is an Assistant Professor and leader of the Vision for Robotics Lab at ETH Zurich in Switzerland. Chli is a leader in the field of computer vision and robotics and was on the team of researchers to develop the first fully autonomou ...

                                               

Sunward

Sunward may refer to: Sunward Cohousing, an intentional community located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, US Sunward UAV SUF-30 Flying Goose unmanned aerial vehicle MS Sunward 1991, a cruise ship operated by Norwegian Cruise Line 1991–1992 and 1992–1993 ...

                                               

Millican

Millican may refer to: People: Arthenia J. Bates Millican, American writer and educator Charles N. Millican, founding President of the University of Central Florida Millican Dalton, self-styled "Professor of Adventure" Daniel Millican, American w ...

                                               

Flors Sirera

Flors Sirera i Fortuny was a Spanish nurse and aid worker for Medecins du Monde murdered in Rwanda by the Rwandan Patriotic Front along with two of her colleagues, doctor Manuel Madrazo and photographer Luis Valtueña. The killings coincided with ...

                                               

Higher

"I Want to Take You Higher", a reworked version by Sly & the Family Stone 1969 "Higher" Rihanna song 2016 "Higher", by Jason Becker from Perspective 1996 "Higher", by Breakage from Foundation 2010 "Higher" Creed song, 1999 "Higher" Gloria Estefan ...

                                               

Too Many Crooks (disambiguation)

Too Many Crooks 1927 film, a 1927 American silent comedy film directed by Fred C. Newmeyer Too Many Crooks 1930 film, a 1930 British comedy crime film directed by George King Too Many Crooks 1919 film, a 1919 American silent comedy film directed ...

                                               

Voice Within

Voices Within: The Lives of Truddi Chase, ABC-Network miniseries based on the autobiography of Truddi Chase The Voice Within film, a 1946 British film

                                               

Close Your Eyes

"Close Your Eyes", by Michael Buble from To Be Loved, 2013 "Close Your Eyes", by The Lovin Spoonful from Everything Playing, 1967 "Close Your Eyes", by String Cheese Incident from Outside Inside, 2001 "Close Your Eyes", by Felix Jaehn, 2019 Close ...

                                               

The Superwife

The Superwife is a 1996 German comedy film directed by Sonke Wortmann and starring Veronica Ferres, Joachim Krol and Richy Muller. Veteran star Liselotte Pulver appears in a supporting role.

                                               

Bad Choice Road

Bad Choice Road is the ninth and penultimate episode of the fifth season of the AMC television series Better Call Saul, the spinoff series of Breaking Bad. The episode aired on April 13, 2020 on AMC in the United States. Outside of the United Sta ...

                                               

Give Me Liberty (disambiguation)

Give Me Liberty is a comic book mini-series by Frank Miller. Give Me Liberty may also refer to: "Give me liberty, or give me death!", a quotation attributed to Patrick Henry in 1775

                                               

Glen Park

Glen Park may refer to: Glen Park, New York, a village in New York Glen Park, Toronto, a neighborhood in Toronto, Ontario Glen Park, Williamsville, a park in Williamsville, New York Glen Park, Mauritius, a suburb of Vacoas-Phoenix, Mauritius A di ...

                                               

Brucey

Brucey is usually a nickname for someone with the first name or surname "Bruce". It may refer to: Nickname for Bruce Dickinson Brucey is also a character from the musical Little Me Character Bruce the shark from the Pixar film Finding Nemo Common ...

                                               

Pacemaker (disambiguation)

Diaphragmatic pacemaker, a device used to help patients breathe through pacing of the diaphragm Brain pacemaker, a device to treat movement disorders, epilepsy, depression, or other conditions Cardiac pacemaker, cells within the heart that initia ...

                                               

The Butler Did It

The Butler Did It may refer to: "The Butler Did It" Dynasty, a 2018 episode of Dynasty "The Butler Did It", a 1965 episode of Petticoat Junction "The Butler Did It", a 1973 single by Skogie Something Fishy, a 1957 novel by P. G. Wodehouse "The bu ...

                                               

Bat boy

Bat boy may refer to: Bat Boy character, a fictional creature who made many appearances in the defunct supermarket tabloid Weekly World News Batboy, a person who carries bats for a baseball team Boy serving as a batman, particularly in the Britis ...

                                               

The Widening Gyre

"The Widening Gyre", a steampunk setting for the Hero System, 6th Edition by Bill Keyes, published in 2011, and Savage Worlds, published in 2014 by Blackwyrm Publishing

                                               

ZeroZeroZero (album)

ZeroZeroZero is an original soundtrack album by Scottish post-rock band Mogwai, released on 1 May 2020 on Rock Action Records. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was released initially in a download only format via Bandcamp, and for the first week ...

                                               

The Loner (disambiguation)

The Loner is a 1960s US television series. The Loner may also refer to: The Loner Maurice Gibb album, 1970 The Loner Jardine novel, a 2011 crime thriller by Quintin Jardine "The Loner" Neil Young song, 1969 The Loner film, a 1988 American TV film ...

                                               

H50

Hawaii Five-O 1968 TV series, a police procedural drama set in Hawaii, originally aired from 1968 to 1980 Hawaii Five-0 2010 TV series, the 2010 remake of Hawaii Five-O