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Trevor Cole

Trevor Cole may refer to: Trevor Cole writer born 1960, Canadian newspaper and magazine columnist and novelist Trevor Jack Cole, British-born horticulturalist

                                               

Periscope (disambiguation)

A periscope is a device for viewing things past obstacles. Periscope may also refer to: Periscope album, 1999 stoner/psychedelic rock album by Colour Haze Periscope Pictures, a film production company based in Prince Edward Island, Canada Perisco ...

                                               

Lightspeed (disambiguation)

Lightspeed video game, a space simulation computer game released in 1990 Lightspeed film, a 2006 science fiction film Lightspeed Transformers, a fictional character Julie Power, a Marvel Comics superhero who goes by the name Lightspeed Lightspeed ...

                                               

Draga

In Croatia: Draga, Pozega-Slavonia County, a village in Pozega-Slavonia County Draga, Rijeka, an area of the city of Rijeka Moscenicka Draga In Romania: Valea Draga River, Romania Draga, a village in Silivașu de Campie Commune, Bistrita-Nasaud Co ...

                                               

Despair (disambiguation)

Despair is a state of depressed mood and hopelessness. Despair may also refer to: Despair film, a 1978 film adaptation by Rainer Fassbinder Despair novel, a 1936 novel by Vladimir Nabokov Despair sculpture, a c. 1890 sculpture by Auguste Rodin De ...

                                               

Rubber duck (disambiguation)

A rubber duck is a rubber or plastic duck-shaped bath toy. Rubber duck may also refer to: Rubber Duck album, a 1976 album by C.W. McCall Rubber Duck sculpture, a floating sculpture by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman A character in the 1976 novelty ...

                                               

Lockjaw

Temporomandibular joint dysfunction or TMD, often erroneously called TMJ Trismus, a pathological condition in which the mouth is held shut by sustained spasm of the masseter jaw muscle, often observed in cases of tetanus Tetanus, an infectious di ...

                                               

Ravi Shankar (disambiguation)

Ravi Shankar, Indian musician and sitar virtuoso. Ravi Shankar may also refer to: Ravi music director 1926–2012, Ravi and Sharma, Indian film score composer Ravisankar, South Indian playback singer Ravi Shankar Prasad born 1954, Indian Minister o ...

                                               

Prasad (disambiguation)

Prasad or Prasada is a material substance of vegetarian food that is a religious offering in both Hinduism and Sikhism. Prasad or Prasada may also refer to:

                                               

Supergiant (disambiguation)

A supergiant is a massive and luminous star, including: Red supergiant star, a cool supergiant Blue supergiant star, a hot supergiant Yellow supergiant star, a supergiant with a temperature similar to the sun Supergiant may also refer to: Super G ...

                                               

Requin

Requin, shark in French, may refer to: Requins de lAtlantique FC, a football club of Benin playing in the town of Cotonou Steve Requin born 1968, a Canadian cartoonist from Quebec a French submarine seized by Italy during World War II and convert ...

                                               

Lady Liberty

Lady Liberty may refer to: Statue of Liberty, a colossal statue in New York harbor sculpted by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi Liberty personification, goddesses who represent Liberty Lady Liberty comics, a set of characters in the DC Comics Universe ...

                                               

Satana

Satana may refer to: Tura Satana band, a rock band named after the actress Tura Satana born 1935, Japanese-American actress Satana, a fictional character in the Italian horror-western comic Djustine Satan Triumphant film, aka Satana likuyushchiy, ...

                                               

Topher

Topher less commonly also Toph are abbreviations of the name Christopher. Topher may also refer to: Topher Ricketts 1955–2010, Filipino martial artist, teacher, actor and author Topher Payne born 1979, American playwright and screenwriter Topher ...

                                               

Honcho

Honcho or Honchō can refer to: Honcho, a Filipino rapper formerly known as Bosx1ne, a member of the Filipino hip-hop collective Ex Battalion. Nihonbashi-Honcho, a neighborhood within Nihonbashi area, Chūō ward, Tokyo, Japan Yoshiwara-honchō Stati ...

                                               

Elmer (disambiguation)

In the United Kingdom: Elmer, West Sussex In the United States: Elmer, Missouri Elmer Township, Pipestone County, Minnesota Elmer Township, St. Louis County, Minnesota Elmer Township, Oscoda County, Michigan Elmer, Minnesota Elmer Township, Sanil ...

                                               

Sigyn (disambiguation)

Sigyn is a goddess and wife of Loki in Norse mythology. Sigyn may also refer to: Sigyn, a genus of parasitic isopods in the family Bopyridae 3631 Sigyn, a main-belt asteroid discovered 1987 by E. W. Elst at La Silla MS Sigyn, a ship that transpor ...

                                               

Zero tolerance (disambiguation)

Zero tolerance is a type of punishment policy. The term can also refer to: Operation: Zero Tolerance, a Marvel Comics storyline event Zero Tolerance 2015 film, directed by Wych Kaosayananda Zero tolerance schools, the rule enforcement policy in N ...

                                               

Myers House

Myers House may refer to: Myers House Martinsburg, West Virginia George J. Myers House, Kansas City, MO, listed on the NRHP in Missouri Myers-White House, Bethel, North Carolina John B. Myers House and Barn, Florissant, Missouri Witt-Champe-Myers ...

                                               

Herbert Bedford

Herbert Bedford was a composer, author, miniature painter and inventor. He was married to the soprano and composer Lisa Lehmann from 1894 until her death in 1918. His grandsons were the conductor Steuart Bedford and the composer David Bedford.

                                               

Sanden

Sanden, Mandal, an area in the town of Mandal, Vest-Agder county, Norway Sanden, Nordland, a village in Hadsel municipality, Nordland county, Norway Sanden, Indonesia, a subdistrict in Bantul Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia

                                               

Self-portrait as David

Self-Portrait as David is a c.1509-1510 oil on panel portrait by Giorgione, now in the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum in Brunswick. It is not universally accepted as an autograph work but - if it is - it is thought to be the prototype for another Sel ...

                                               

A Rose

A Rose is an early 20th-century painting by American artist Thomas Anshutz. Done in oil on canvas, the work depicts a young woman, Rebecca H. Whelen, sitting in a chair wearing a rose-colored dress. The painting - in keeping with artistic themes ...

                                               

Death Dealer

Death Dealer may refer to: Vengeance Is a Dish Served Cold, also known as Deaths Dealer, a 1971 Italian Western film Death Dealer band, a heavy metal band with ex-Manowar guitarist Ross the Boss Death Dealer painting, a 1973 fantasy painting, fic ...

                                               

Eight Bells

Eight Bells may refer to: The Eight Bells, Hatfield, a grade II listed public house in Park Street, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England Eight Bells, Fulham, a pub in Fulham High Street, London, England Eight Bells band, an American experimental meta ...

                                               

Lady in Blue

Lady in Blue may refer to: Mary of Jesus of Agreda, a Franciscan abbess and spiritual writer, popularly known as Lady in Blue and the Blue Nun, after the color of her orders habit "Lady in Blue" Joe Dolan song, song by Joe Dolan, title track of s ...

                                               

Artistic scandal

Artistic scandal refers to a rejection or controversy over a work of art, whether in its exhibition or publication. The provocativeness of the scandal may relate to a controversial subject or style, seen according to the personality of the artist ...

                                               

Henry Roderick Newman

Henry Roderick Newman was an American landscape and still-life painter, influenced by the Pre-Raphaelite style.

                                               

Last Judgement (Fra Bartolomeo)

Last Judgement is a fresco, begun by Fra Bartolomeo in 1499 and completed by his colleague Mariotto Albertinelli in 1501. Originally commissioned for a cemetery chapel of Ospedale di Santa Maria Nuova, it is now in the Museo Nazionale di San Marc ...

                                               

Westminster Abbey with a procession of the Knights of the Bath

Westminster Abbey with a procession of the Knights of the Bath is a 1792 painting by Canaletto depicting the Knights of the Bath at Westminster Abbey. In 2020 the painting went on public display at the Abbey the first time since its 1792 commissi ...

                                               

Madonna and Child with an Apple

Madonna and Child with an Apple or Madonna and Child Holding an Apple is a c.1480 tempera and gold on panel painting by Carlo Crivelli, now in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, having entered it as part of the Jones collection - its previ ...

                                               

Lunatic (disambiguation)

Lunatic is a commonly used term for a person who is mentally ill, dangerous, foolish, unpredictable; a condition once called lunacy. Lunatic may also refer to: Lunatic group, a French hip-hop duo, consisted of Ali and Booba Lunatics painting, a p ...

                                               

Green Lady

Green Lady may refer to: Lady of the Green Kirtle, the main villain in C.S. Lewiss book The Silver Chair Chinese Girl, a painting by Vladimir Tretchikoff

                                               

Domingo Muñoz

Domingo Muñoz Cuesta was a Spanish painter and illustrator; best known for genre scenes and historical period pieces, mostly on military themes.

                                               

Twang (disambiguation)

Twang!! a 1965 British musical by Lionel Bart "Twang" song, the albums title track Twang!: A Tribute to Hank Marvin & the Shadows Twang album, an album by George Strait The Twang, an indie rock band formed in 2003 from Tipton, England Twang band, ...

                                               

A Matter of Conscience

A Matter of Conscience: GI Resistance During the Vietnam War is an artist book published in 1992 at the time of the Addison Gallery of American Art exhibition," A Matter of Conscience” and" Vietnam Revisited.” It contains oral histories of Vietna ...

                                               

Prefontaine (disambiguation)

Prefontaine is a surname of French-Canadian origin. Prefontaine may also refer to: Prefontaine film, a 1997 Disney film production based on the life of Steve Prefontaine starring Jared Leto, R. Lee Ermey, and Ed ONeill Without Limits film, a 1998 ...

                                               

Jim Cooper (disambiguation)

Jim Cooper is the Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Tennessees 5th district. Jim Cooper may also refer to: Jim Cooper potter born 1955, New Zealand potter Jim Cooper California politician born 1964, member of the California State A ...

                                               

Mokoroa Falls

The name Mokoroa is a Maori compound word composed of the word moko, meaning "lizard", and roa, meaning "long". Mokoroa therefore means "long lizard", although the word has various different meanings in the Maori language.

                                               

Delft (disambiguation)

Delft is a city in the Netherlands. Delft may also refer to other places: Battle of Delft - a battle during the Sri Lankan Civil War Delft Island fort, in Sri Lanka Delft, Cape Town, township in South Africa Neduntheevu, island in Sri Lanka Delft ...

                                               

BFHS

BFHS may stand for one of several high schools, including: Bonners Ferry High School Bonners Ferry, Idaho Big Foot High School in Walworth, Wisconsin Bishop Foley Catholic High School Madison Heights, Michigan Beaver Falls High School Beaver Fall ...

                                               

Madad

Madad may refer to: Operation Madad Indian Navy, a disaster relief operation undertaken by the Indian Armed Forces in the aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami Afsar Madad Naqvi, 1933 – 1997, Pakistani sculptor Madad Ali, father of Noor Jeha ...

                                               

Jaywalk (disambiguation)

Jaywalking is a term commonly used in North America to refer to illegal or reckless pedestrian crossing of a roadway. Jaywalking, Jaywalk, or Jaywalker may also refer to: JWalk, unit testing toolkit for the Java programming language Jaywalk horse ...

                                               

Animated Violence Mild

Animated Violence Mild is the fourth studio album by British electronic musician Blanck Mass. It was released on 16 August 2019 under Sacred Bones Records.

                                               

Bernard (disambiguation)

Bernard, Iowa, United States Great St Bernard Pass, the third highest road pass in Switzerland St Bernard Pass disambiguation Bernard Terminal, a bus terminal in the York Region Transit/VIVA system in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada Bernard crater ...

                                               

Baboon (disambiguation)

A baboon is an Old World monkey of the genus Papio. Baboon may also refer to: I.R. Baboon, a character from the animated series I Am Weasel Baboon band, a rock and roll band from Denton, Texas and their self-titled 2006 album the baboon spider, a ...

                                               

Booster

Booster newspaper, a Chicago newspaper Booster pack, a packaged set of collectable game cards or figurines that supplements the starter packs

                                               

Diamond dust (disambiguation)

Diamond dust is a meteorological phenomenon, also known as ice crystals Diamond dust may also refer to: Diamond powder, small diamonds used as an abrasive

                                               

Tower of Power (disambiguation)

Tower of Power may refer to: Superman: Tower of Power, a thrill ride located at two Six Flags amusement parks in the USA Tower of Power, an S&M device alluded to in the Frank Zappa song "Bobby Brown Goes Down" Tower of Power album, a 1973 alb ...

                                               

Itis

Integrated Taxonomic Information System, a partnership designed to provide consistent and reliable information on the taxonomy of biological species Integrated Transport Information System, a traffic management system in Klang Valley, Malaysia