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Gunsmoke Trail

Gunsmoke Trail is a 1938 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Fred Myton. The film stars Jack Randall, Louise Stanley, Al St. John, Henry Roquemore, Ted Adams and John Merton. The film was released on May 27, 1938, by Mon ...

                                               

Miss Isobel

It was originally written by Australian Michael Plant. It was optioned in 1955 by actor Paul Douglas who called it a play "filled with great charm" and he wanted Helen Hayes to star. The script had originally been sent to Douglas as a TV show. In ...

                                               

Pigen og drommeslottet

Tine is in love with the young owner of a beautiful castle, Karsten. She has been dreaming about the castle since she was a small child and visiting her auntie, who is a neighbor to the castle. But an evil plot has been made to take the castle fr ...

                                               

2020 Webby Awards

The 2020 Webby Awards ceremony will be launched on May 19, 2020 at 12PM PST and will be hosted by Patton Oswalt. It recognizes the best internet content. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the award ceremony will be held virtually at the organizations ...

                                               

Mary Custy

Mary Custy is an Irish musician. She is a fiddle player that was born into a musical family. Custy was born in Toonagh, a small town in County Clare, Ireland. Her father was Frank Custy, who was the local school teacher. Mary Custy learned to pla ...

                                               

Flamboyant (album)

Flamboyant is the debut studio album by American singer and songwriter Dorian Electra. The album was self-released by Electra on July 17, 2019. A deluxe edition featuring four new tracks and a remix was released on January 17, 2020. It was promot ...

                                               

CNVi

CNVi is a new proprietary connectivity interface by Intel for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth radios to lower costs and simplify their wireless modules. In CNVi, the network adapters large and usually pricey functional blocks are moved inside the CPU/chipset ...

                                               

Shyama Mai Temple

Mother Kalis Dham Shyama Kali temple is built on the pyre in Darbhanga, Bihar. A large number of devotees visit here and all Manglik works are also done. This temple is known as Shyama Mais temple. Shyama Mais temple is built on the pyre of Mahar ...

                                               

Philolaos (sculptor)

Philolaos Tloupas, artist name Philolaos ; born 23 March 1923) was a Greek sculptor. He was known for his architecturally influenced sculpture, which he combined with a strongly natural and organic tendency.

                                               

Shooting Livien

Shooting Livien is a 2005 American drama film written and directed by Rebecca Cook and starring Jason Behr, Sarah Wynter, Dominic Monaghan, Joshua Leonard and Ally Sheedy.

                                               

Tokyo 7th Sisters

Tokyo 7th Sisters is a Japanese rhythm game released for iOS and Android in February 2014, developed and published by Donuts Co. Ltd. This game has a story mode in which players search for idol cards while progressing through the story and a batt ...

                                               

Linda Covit

In 1994 Covit completed Nature Stations, a public artwork installed at the Cite de la Sante de Laval in Laval, Quebec. The 2002 work Circle of Words, Garden of Thought is installed at the Driftwood Community Centre in Toronto, Ontario. Covits 200 ...

                                               

La Influencia (2007 film)

La Influencia is a 2007 Spanish drama film directed by Pedro Aguilera in his directorial debut. The film stars Casilda Aguilera, Claudia Bertorelli, Jimena Jimenez and Romeo Manzanedo in the lead roles. It was also premiered at the Fortnight side ...

                                               

Bandwagon

Bandwagon fan, person who likes a sport team just because of their recent success Argumentum ad populum, or the bandwagon fallacy: "If many believe so, it is so" Bandwagon effect, "copycat" behavior Bandwagoning, a term in international relations

                                               

Kincardine Castle

Kincardine Castle may refer to: Old Kincardine Castle, Auchterarder, a ruined 13th-century keep in Perth and Kinross, dismantled in 1645. Kincardine Castle, Auchterarder, a 19th century manor housein Perth and Kinross. Kincardine Castle Royal Dee ...

                                               

Moorer

Allison Moorer born 1972, alternative country singer, sister of Shelby Lynne Shelby Lynne born Shelby Lynn Moorer, 1968, American singer and songwriter Terry F. Moorer born 1961, United States District Judge Joseph P. Moorer 1922 – 2014, U.S. vic ...

                                               

Long-running shows

List of longest-running U.S. broadcast network television series List of longest-running Philippine television series List of longest-running Spanish television series List of longest-running U.S. cable television series List of longest-running U ...

                                               

Solarium

Solarium may refer to: A Terrace building or flat housetop The Solarium Augusti, a monumental meridian line or perhaps a sundial erected in Rome by Emperor Augustus Solarium myrmecology, an earthen structure constructed by certain ants for the pu ...

                                               

Misamis

Misamis can refer to two present-day provinces in the Philippines: Misamis Oriental Misamis Occidental "Misamis" is sometimes used to refer to both provinces. It may also refer to: Misamis province, the former undivided province, corresponds to t ...

                                               

Jose Abad Santos (disambiguation)

Jose Abad Santos may refer to: Jose Abad Santos Memorial School, Manila campus of the primary and secondary education division of the Philippine Womens University Jose Abad Santos Memorial School Quezon City campus Jose Abad Santos, a Chief Justi ...

                                               

Pygmy frog

Pygmy frog may refer to: Marbled pygmy frog Microhyla pulchra, a frog in the family Microhylidae found in northeastern India, southern China, and Southeast Asia south to at least Thailand but possibly as far south as Malaysia and Singapore Taiwan ...

                                               

Olifants River

Olifants River may refer to any of the following rivers in Southern Africa: Olifants River, Namibia, a tributary of the Auob River Olifants River Southern Cape, part of the Gourits River System flowing through the Klein Karoo. Located in the sout ...

                                               

Zelenyi Hai

Zelenyi Hai, Novhorod-Siverskyi Raion, a village in Novhorod-Siverskyi Raion Zelenyi Hai, Semenivka Raion, a village in Semenivka Raion Zelenyi Hai, Talalaivka Raion, a village in Talalaivka Raion

                                               

Zaporizhia (disambiguation)

Zaporizhia region, a historical region which is situated about the Dnieper River, below the Dnieper Rapids Zaporizhia, Luhansk Oblast, an urban-type settlement in Luhansk Oblast, Ukraine Nove Zaporizhia, Huliaipole Raion, village in Huliaipole Ra ...

                                               

Mykolaiv (disambiguation)

Mykolaiv is a city and shipbuilding port in southern Ukraine. Mykolaiv or Mykolayiv can also refer to: Mykolaiv, Lviv Oblast, a small city town in western Ukraine, administrative center of the Mykolaiv Raion in the Lviv Oblast Mykolaiv, Pustomyty ...

                                               

Gros Morne

Gros Morne or Gros-Morne may refer to: Gros-Morne, Martinique, a commune in the French overseas department of Martinique Gros Morne, Newfoundland, a mountain located in western Newfoundland Gros Morne National Park, on the west coast of Newfoundl ...

                                               

Kunar

Kunar may refer to: Ghaziabad, Kunar, is a District in Kunar Province, in eastern Afghanistan Kunar Cricket Ground, is a cricket ground in Asadabad Kunar Hembram, is an Indian politician Kunar Valley, Afghanistan and Pakistan Kuz Kunar District, ...

                                               

Abraham of Armenia

Abraham of Armenia may refer to: Abraham II of Armenia or Abraham Khoshabetzi, Catholicos of the Armenian Apostolic Church between 1730 and 1734. Abraham III of Armenia or Abraham of Crete or Abraham Kretatsi d. 1737, Catholicos of the Armenian A ...

                                               

St. Astvatsatsin Church

Saint or Surp Astvatsatsin Church may refer to: Church of Saint Astvatsatsin, Darashamb, Iran Zoravor Surp Astvatsatsin Church, a church in Yerevan, Armenia Surb Astvatsatsin Church of Areni, Areni, Armenia Krtsanis Tsiranavor Surp Astvatsatsin, ...

                                               

Exeter station

Exeter station or Exeter railway station may refer to: Australia: Exeter railway station, Adelaide, South Australia, A former station on the Semaphore railway line Exeter railway station, New South Wales, serving Exeter, New South Wales England: ...

                                               

Cheltenham railway station

Cheltenham railway station or Cheltenham station may refer to: Cheltenham railway station, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Cheltenham railway station, Adelaide, South Australia Cheltenham station Metra in Chicago, Illinois, United States Cheltenha ...

                                               

Grafton railway station

Grafton railway station may refer to: Grafton railway station, Auckland, a current station on Aucklands Western Line in New Zealand Grafton station MBTA, a commuter rail station in Grafton, Massachusetts, United States Grafton railway station, Ne ...

                                               

Summit rail station

Summit rail station or Summit railway station may refer to: Summit Snowdon railway station, a railway station in Wales, United Kingdom Summit Amtrak station, a rail station in Illinois, United States Summit NJT station, a rail station in New Jers ...

                                               

Newry (disambiguation)

Australia Newry Station, Northern Territory cattle station Newry Islands National Park, Queensland Newry, Victoria Canada Newry, Ontario United States Newry Township, Minnesota Newry, Pennsylvania Newry, South Carolina Newry, Indiana Newry, Wisco ...

                                               

Fernleigh

Fernleigh, Cleveland, a heritage-listed cottage in Brisbane, Queensland Fernleigh Castle, a historic house in Sydney, New South Wales Fernleigh Park, a developed area of Googong, New South Wales Fernleigh Track, a multi-use trail near Belmont, Ne ...

                                               

Immanuel Lutheran School

Immanuel Lutheran School may refer to: In Australia; Immanuel Lutheran School, Gawler East, South Australia, on List of schools in South Australia Immanuel Lutheran Primary School, Novar Gardens, South Australia, on List of schools in South Austr ...

                                               

Covenant Christian School

Covenant Christian School Canberra, an independent coeducational K–10 Christian primary and high school in Canberra, Australia Covenant Christian School Sydney, an independent coeducational pre-K–12 non-denominational Christian day school in Belr ...

                                               

Arrernte

Arrernte is a descriptor related to a group of Aboriginal Australian peoples from Central Australia. It may refer to: Arrernte area, land controlled by the Arrernte Council? Arrernte language, a dialect cluster spoken in the southern Northern Ter ...

                                               

AirTrain

AirTrain is the name of several passenger railway operations connecting airports to existing rapid transport systems and city centres: AirTrain LaGuardia, a proposed service to New York Citys LaGuardia Airport AirTrain San Francisco International ...

                                               

Bowman

Bowman, Chicot County, Arkansas Bowman, California Bowman Creek, a tributary of the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania Bowman County, North Dakota Bowman, Indiana Bowman, Georgia Bowman, West Virginia Bowman Bay, Washington Bowman, South Carolina ...

                                               

BIW

BIW may refer to: Burger in Wut Citizens in Rage, a German political party. Body in white BiW, a stage in automotive design Kol language Cameroon ISO 639 language code: biw Brillion Iron Works, Brillion, Wisconsin, US; an iron foundry Biggleswade ...

                                               

MOW

MOW may refer to: Maintenance of way, the maintenance of railroad right of way The Mobility and Public Works policy area of the Flemish Government March on Washington, a mass political action Movement for the Ordination of Women, an Australian mo ...

                                               

Hilltop

Hilltop, Manitoba, Canada Hill Top, New South Wales, Australia

                                               

Murray Bridge

Murray Bridge may refer to. Rural City of Murray Bridge, a local government area in South Australia Murray Bridge Airport, an airport in South Australia Murray Bridge Speedway, a speedway venue in South Australia Murray Bridge railway station, a ...

                                               

Three Bridges (disambiguation)

Three Bridges may refer to: Three Bridges, a neighbourhood within the town of Crawley in West Sussex, England Three Bridges depot, a rail depot Three Bridges railway station, rail station Three Bridges F.C., the neighbourhoods football soccer tea ...

                                               

Albert Bridge

Albert Bridge may refer to: Albert Bridge, Nova Scotia, a village and a bridge in Nova Scotia, Canada Albert Bridge, Brisbane, a railway bridge across the Brisbane River in Brisbane, Australia Royal Albert Bridge, a railway bridge between Devon a ...

                                               

Gateway Bridge (disambiguation)

Gateway Bridge may refer to: Gateway Bridge Illinois-Iowa, over the Mississippi River, in Clinton, Iowa, United States Thames Gateway Bridge, a proposed new crossing of the River Thames, in east London, England Gateway Bridge Michigan, in Taylor, ...

                                               

Victoria Bridge

Australia Victoria Bridge, Devonport a road ridge across the Mersey River in Devonport, Tasmania Victoria Bridge Penrith, also known as Nepean River Bridge, a road and pedestrian bridge may also refer to the adjacent rail bridge Victoria Bridge, ...

                                               

Chelsea railway station

Chelsea railway station may refer to: Chelsea railway station, Melbourne, a station in Melbourne, Australia Chelsea station MBTA, an under-construction bus rapid transit station Bellingham Square station, an existing station also known as Chelsea ...

                                               

Buchan (disambiguation)

Buchan is an area within Aberdeenshire in Scotland Buchan may also refer to: Buchan surname In or near Scotland: Earl of Buchan, originally the provincial ruler of the medieval province of Buchan Buchan Oil Field east of Aberdeen, Scotland Clan B ...