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The Ultimate Collection

The Ultimate Collection or Ultimate Collection are names given to a number of compilation music albums: The Ultimate Collection Barbra Streisand album The Ultimate Collection Solution album, 2005 The Ultimate Collection Elektricni Orgazam album, ...

                                               

Pierce House

Pierce House may refer to: In the United States Listed by state, then city Alabama William F. Pierce House, Eutaw, Alabama, listed on the NRHP in Alabama Arizona Harry E. Pierce House, Phoenix, Arizona, listed on the NRHP in Phoenix, Arizona N. C ...

                                               

The Total Experience Live in Liverpool

The Total Experience Live in Liverpool, subtitled Acolyte to Wolflight with Genesis Classics, is a live album by musician Steve Hackett. It was recorded at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, during a UK tour to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the ...

                                               

Things Fall Apart (disambiguation)

Things fall apart is a short quotation from William Butler Yeats poem "The Second Coming". Most other usages borrow from the poem: Things Falling Apart, a 2000 remix album by Nine Inch Nails "Things Fall Apart", a song by Built to Spill on the al ...

                                               

Horia

Horia may refer to: Several places in Romania Horea, peasant leader in Romanian revolt Horia, Neamț, a commune in Neamt County Horia, a village in Axintele Commune, Ialomita County Horia, Tulcea, a commune in Tulcea County Hilișeu-Horia, a commun ...

                                               

Moes

Moes or Moes may refer to: Moes Southwest Grill, an American fast casual restaurant franchise Moes Tavern, operated by Moe Szyslak in The Simpsons Flaming Moes, a 1991 episode of The Simpsons Ateliers Moes-Freres a Belgian engineering company fro ...

                                               

Still Disappointed

Still Disappointed is a song by English rapper Stormzy. It was released as a single on 10 January 2020. It is Stormzys second diss track aimed at rapper Wiley. The song peaked at number 21 on the UK Singles Chart.

                                               

Crossbow (disambiguation)

Crossbow short film, an Australian coming-of-age drama Crossbow TV series, based on William Tell Crossbow journal, a UK conservative publication Crossbow video game

                                               

Just the Way You Are

Just the Way You Are 2015 film, a 2015 Filipino teen romantic comedy-drama Just the Way You Are 1984 film, a 1984 American comedy-drama "Just the Way You Are", a season two episode of She-Ra: Princess of Power

                                               

All About Us

All About Us, a 2007 film featuring LaTanya Richardson All About Us TV series, a 2001 American teen sitcom All About Us: Living and Growing, a British Sex and Relationships Education video series

                                               

Banff

In Canada: Banff-Cochrane, another provincial electoral district Banff, Alberta, a town in Alberta, Canada Banff Centre Banff National Park Banff provincial electoral district Banff Airport Banff railway station Alberta Banff Formation, a stratig ...

                                               

Rockton

Rockton may refer to: Rockton, South Carolina a locality served by the Rockton and Rion Railway Rockton, prior name for Little Falls city, New York Rockton, Pennsylvania Rockton, Wisconsin Rockton, Ontario, Canada served by the nearby Rockton Air ...

                                               

So Loki

So Loki is a Canadian hip hop band from Vancouver, British Columbia, consisting of rapper Sam Lucia and producer Geoffrey Millar. They are most noted for their singles "Athletes World", whose video was a longlisted Prism Prize nominee in 2019, an ...

                                               

Nicotye Samayualie

Nicotye Samayualie is a Canadian Inuk artist from Cape Dorset, Nunavut. Samayualie specializes in drawings of still lifes and landscapes. She often uses large-format drawings to create expansive images of Cape Dorset landscapes.

                                               

Fish eye Art

Fish eye Art Cultural Foundation, was created in Armenia in 2014. The Foundations mission is to create cultural projects, particularly films, and its beliefs and values are based on universal human values. It also aims on creating high quality fi ...

                                               

International Animated Film Festival

International Animated Film Festival may refer to: Hiroshima International Animation Festival Melbourne International Animation Festival KROK International Animated Films Festival Annecy International Animated Film Festival Ottawa International A ...

                                               

Days to Come

"The Days to Come", song by the 77s from Sticks and Stones 1990 "The Days to Come", song by Arno Cost "Days to Come", song by Opshop from Second Hand Planet "Days to Come", by Circulatory System from Circulatory System 2001 "Days to Come", song b ...

                                               

Cheltenham Festival (disambiguation)

Cheltenham Festival may refer to: The Cheltenham Festival, a British horse racing event Cheltenham Music Festival Cheltenham Science Festival The Cheltenham Festivals, a series of music, literature and science events Cheltenham Jazz Festival Chel ...

                                               

Schaefer (disambiguation)

Cities and towns: Schaffer, Michigan, an unincorporated community in Delta County Shafer, Minnesota, a city in Chisago County Shafer Township, Chisago County, Minnesota, the township adjacent to the city Schafer, North Dakota, an unincorporated c ...

                                               

Peter Lee Atherton

Peter Lee Atherton  was an American businessman, property developer, investor and politician based in Louisville, Kentucky. He was born on October 7, 1862.

                                               

Agudar

Agudar is the creator god in Aleutian mythology. The name is also alternately rendered as Agurur, Agûģuq, Agugux, Agugux or Agugux. Agudar is a universal force, similar to the concept of Great Spirit in other Native American religions. They are b ...

                                               

Sanxing

Sanxing, Jintang 三星镇, a town in Jintang County, Chengdu, Sichuan Sanxing, Shizhu 三星乡, a township in Shizhu County, Chongqing Sanxing, Enyang 三星乡, a township in Enyang District, Bazhong, Sichuan Sanxing 三星镇, until 2012 the name of Quan ...

                                               

Michel Leplay

Michel Leplay was a French Protestant pastor. He was the director of the weekly newspaper Reforme, and was honored with the Amitie judeo-chretienne de France prize in 2017.

                                               

Abbey of St. Sergius, Angers

The Abbey of St. Sergius, more fully the Abbey of Saints Sergius and Bacchus, in Angers was a Benedictine monastery in France.

                                               

Algies Bay

Algies Bay is a northern coastal suburb of Auckland, in New Zealand. It is on the Mahurangi Peninsula about 68 kilometres north of the city centre. Highfield Garden Reserve is an area of public land just north of Algies Bay. Until 1985, it was a ...

                                               

Sandspit, New Zealand

Sandspit is a northern coastal suburb of Auckland, in New Zealand. It is on the Mahurangi Peninsula about 65 kilometres north of the city centre. It has experienced substantial increases in property values during the first two decades of the 21st ...

                                               

Sapientia (disambiguation)

Sapientia or Sophia is the personification of wisdom in several religions. Sapientia may also refer to: Sapientia University, Transylvania, Romania Sancta Sapientia or Hagia Sophia, a museum in Istanbul, Turkey O Sapientia O Wisdom, one of the O ...

                                               

Demographics of Raelism

Raelism is a UFO religion established in France during the 1970s. It soon spread to Quebec and then on to other parts of the world. There have been various attempts to estimate the number of Raelians at different points.

                                               

Teatro Municipal

Teatro Municipal, Theatro Municipal, Theatre Municipal or Teatro Municipale may refer to: Teatro Municipal Lima Teatro Municipal de Chacao Teatro Municipal de Caracas Teatro Municipal Santiago Teatro Municipal San Nicolas de los Arroyos Theatre m ...

                                               

Hayavadana

Hayavadana is a 1971 Indian Kannada language two-act play written by Girish Karnad. The plot is based on Kathasaritsagara and Thomas Manns retelling of Transposed Heads. Its twin play is Nagamandala. Hayavadana presents the story of two friends D ...

                                               

Teatro Nuovo

Teatro Nuovo can refer to the American opera company Teatro Nuovo or to any of the following theatres in Italy: Teatro Nuovo Ferrara, Ferrara Teatro Nuovo "Gian Carlo Menotti", Spoleto Teatro Nuovo Mirandola, Mirandola Teatro Nuovo Naples, an ope ...

                                               

Marietta Zanfretta

Marietta Zanfretta was an Italian tightrope dancer who found success in the United States. One of the greatest female tight-rope dancers in the world, she was known for performing en pointe on the tightrope, a rare feat.

                                               

Roseneath

Roseneath may refer to: Roseneath, an historical misspelling of name of the village of Rosneath, Argyll and Bute, Scotland and from which a number of other place-names derive

                                               

Auditorium (disambiguation)

An Auditorium is an area within a theatre, concert hall or other performance space where the audience is located in order to hear and watch the performance. Auditorium or The Auditorium may also refer to: Auditorium Torrance High School, Torrance ...

                                               

Stick Fly

The show takes place at the LeVay Home, in Marthas Vineyard, Not Oak Bluffs, as it is a point of contention where the family resides. The family was the first black family on the island, and the show deals with race, class, and gender politics.

                                               

Liberty Theater (disambiguation)

The Liberty Theatre is a former Broadway theatre in New York City. Liberty Theater or Liberty Theatre can also refer to: In the United States Liberty Theatre New Orleans, a now-demolished theatre, located on St. Charles Avenue, part of a site now ...

                                               

Knights of Pythias Building

Knights of Pythias Building, Knights of Pythias Lodge, Pythias Lodge Building, Knights of Pythias Lodge Hall, or Knights of Pythias Temple may refer to: Pythian Opera House, Boothbay Harbor, Maine Pythias Lodge Building San Diego, California Knig ...

                                               

Southern Hotel

Southern Hotel may refer to: in the United States by state Southern Hotel St. Louis, Missouri Southern Hotel Covington, Louisiana, on National Registry of the Historic Hotels of America Southern Hotel Llano, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Texas Sou ...

                                               

Uttar Kanya

Uttar Kanya is a building in satellite township of which houses the temporary State Secretariat for North Bengal Development Department of West Bengal. It was inaugurated on 20 January 2014 by Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee.

                                               

Ultimate Tag

Ultimate Tag is an American obstacle course competition television series that premiered on May 20, 2020. The format is based on the game of tag and involves contestants running through various indoor obstacle courses while professional taggers a ...

                                               

Bob Quinn

Robert Quinn American football born 1990, American football defensive end Bob Quinn Australian footballer 1915–2008, former Australian rules footballer with Port Adelaide in the SANFL Bob Quinn baseball, born 1936, American baseball executive and ...

                                               

Boite

Boite may refer to: Boite à vendre, a 1951 French comedy film Boite mac Cinaeda d. 1058, Scottish prince, son of King Kenneth III of Scotland La Boite Theatre Company, a major Australian theatre company based in Brisbane, Queensland Boite à Bonbo ...

                                               

International House

International House, University of Queensland, a residential college on the campus of the University of Queensland International House, University of Wollongong, a residential college of the University of Wollongong International House University ...

                                               

Rockpool (disambiguation)

Rock pools, or tide pools, are rocky pools on the sea shore filled with seawater. Rock pool, Rock-pool, or Rockpool may also refer to: Rockpool Games, a mobile phone games studio founded by Paul Gouge The Rock Pool, a 1936 novel by Cyril Connolly ...

                                               

Quackenbush Provincial Park

Quackenbush Provincial Park is a non-operating Ontario Park, located 40 kilometres northwest of Peterborough, Ontario, within Lot 29 of Concession 12 in Dummer Township. Archaeological site excavations between 1954 and 1973 revealed that there is ...

                                               

Egan Frantz

Egan Frantz is an American artist. He is known for producing large-scale, abstract paintings wherein passages of vivid color stand out sharply against measured visual fields.

                                               

Antheia (disambiguation)

Antheia was a figure in Greek mythology. Antheia or Anthea ancient Greek: Ἄνθεια may also refer to: Antheia Achaea, a town of ancient Achaea, Greece Antheia, Evros, a town in Greece Anthea, a given name Antheia Messenia, a town of ancient Messeni ...

                                               

Snehlata Nath

Snehlata Nath is an Indian activist known for her work with the Nilgiris. She has received the Jamnalal Bajaj Award and the Nari Shakti Puraskar.

                                               

Subrahmanyapuram

Josh Ravi Harishini Sumanth as Karthik Eesha Rebba as Priya Amit Sharma Vajja Venkata Giridhar Bhadram Suresh as Varma Raghunatha Reddy Surya P. Sai Kumar

                                               

Salt Lake City (disambiguation)

Salt Lake City is the capital and the most populous city of the U.S. state of Utah, as well as the county seat of Salt Lake County. Salt Lake City may refer to: Bidhannagar, Kolkata, a neighborhood in Kolkata popularly known as Salt Lake City Dow ...