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Randy Oda

Randy Oda is a composer and musician who performed with Tom Fogerty and the band Ruby, producing the albums Ruby, Rock & Roll Madness, Precious Gems, and Sidekicks. He composed the 1982 hit song, "Think Im in Love", which Arnold Schwarzenegger al ...

                                               

Widows (1976 film)

The film tells about two elderly widows who live in the same house. They are united not only by tragedy, but also by common concern, namely the grave of two unknown soldiers, which they have been guarding for over 30 years. And suddenly the manag ...

                                               

Willie Ross

Willie Ross may refer to: Willie Ross piper 1878–1966, Scottish bagpipe player William Ross Unionist politician born 1936, former Ulster Unionist MP for Londonderry 1974–1983 and East Londonderry 1983–2001 Willie Ross American football born 1941, ...

                                               

Aleksandar Jovanovic

Aleksandar Jovanovic may refer to: Aleksandar Jovanovic footballer, born 1989, Australian association football player Aleksandar Jovanovic, an actor who has acted in the film The Titan Aleksandar Jovanovic footballer, born July 1992, Serbian asso ...

                                               

Kim Seong-eun

Kim Seong-eun is a Korean name consisting of the family name Kim and the given name Seong-eun, and may also refer to: Kim Seong-eun athlete born 1989, South Korean athlete Kim Seong-eun field hockey born 1976, South Korean hockey player Kim Seong ...

                                               

Bak Seon-yeong

Bak Seon-yeong is the Revised Romanisation spelling of a Korean name with various English spellings, among them Park Sun-young. It may refer to: Park Sun-young actress born 1976, South Korean actress Bak Seon-yeong voice actress born 1970, South ...

                                               

Shunkaen Bonsai Museum

Shunkaen Bonsai Museum is a bonsai garden in Tokyo, Japan. It was founded in 2002 by bonsai master Kunio Kobayashi.

                                               

Gagan

Gagan Dosanjh born 1990, Indo-Canadian soccer player Gagan Khoda born 1974, Indian cricketer Gagan Chandra Chatterjee, Indian classical violinist Gagan Harkara, Bengali Baul poet Gagan Bhagat, Indian politician and member of the Jammu and Kashmir ...

                                               

Bex (disambiguation)

Bex Mack, character in the 2017 American series Andi Mack Bex Wilson born 1991, British bobsleigh brakewoman Bex Atwell, character in the 2005 British sitcom According to Bex Bex Marshall, British musician Shannon Bex born 1980, American singer a ...

                                               

Feng Yun

Feng Yun may refer to: The Storm Riders, a 1999 Hong Kong film Fung Wan, a comic series from Hong Kong Wind and Cloud, a 2002 Taiwanese TV series Wind and Cloud 2, a 2004 Taiwanese TV series, sequel to the 2002 TV series Storm Rider Clash of the ...

                                               

Dan Neramit

Dan Neramit, sometimes translated as Magic Land, was the first amusement park in Thailand. It occupied 33 rai of land on Phahonyothin Road in Bangkoks Chatuchak District, and was in operation from 1976 to 2000, when its lease expired and owner Pa ...

                                               

Jack Watson

Jack Watson may refer to: Jack Watson actor 1915–1999, English actor Jack Watson presidential adviser born 1938, White House Chief of Staff to President Jimmy Carter Jack Watson cricketer 1921–2012, English cricketer Jack Watson Turks and Caicos ...

                                               

Ian Jones

Ian Jones may refer to: Ian Jones Welsh footballer born 1976, German-born footballer Ian Jones cricketer born 1977, English cricketer Ian Jones athlete, British bronze medal winner at the 2008 Summer Paralympics Ian Jones-Quartey born 1984, write ...

                                               

Susan Amero

Susan Amero is a female Ugandan member of parliament for the Amuria district. She is a member of the ruling National Resistance Movement political party.

                                               

Helsinki Group

Helsinki Group may refer to several human rights organizations: Georgian Helsinki Union 1976–93, part of Round Table - Free Georgia Moscow Helsinki Group 1976–present In the former Soviet Union Lithuanian Helsinki Group 1976–82 British Helsinki H ...

                                               

News at Ten

The News at Ten or Ten OClock News may refer to: BBC News at Ten 2000–present, formerly BBC Ten OClock News, the main late evening newscast on BBC One in the United Kingdom The Ten OClock News WGBH 1976–1991, a defunct evening newscast on WGBH-TV ...

                                               

The Mimosa Wants to Blossom Too

The Mimosa Wants to Blossom Too is a 1976 West German comedy spy film directed by Helmut Meewes and starring Curd Jurgens, Eric Pohlmann and Horst Frank. The films sets were designed by the art director Peter Rothe.

                                               

The Mistress Is Served

The Mistress Is Served is a 1976 Italian-West German comedy drama film directed by Mario Lanfranchi and starring Senta Berger, Maurizio Arena and Bruno Zanin. It was shot at the RPA - Elios Studios in Rome and on location in Guastalla in Emilia-R ...

                                               

Sticks and Stones (disambiguation)

Sticks and Stones, by Peter Kuper, a comic book Sticks and Stones, by Susan Price, 1976 Sticks and Stones, by Catherine MacPhail, 2005 Sticks and Stones, by James Reaney, 1975

                                               

Down and dirty

Down and dirty or Down and Dirty may refer to: Down and Dirty film, 1976 film directed by Ettore Scola Down and Dirty album, The Click album "Down and Dirty", song from the 1995 Bad Company album Company of Strangers "Down and Dirty", song from Q ...

                                               

Angel Eyes

"Angel Eyes", a song by Axel Rudi Pell "Angel Eyes", a song by Heartsdales "Angel Eyes", a song by New Years Day featuring Chris Motionless from Victim to Villain "Angel Eyes" Love and Theft song, 2011 "Angel Eyes" Lime song, 1983 "Angel Eyes" Ho ...

                                               

Burning bush (disambiguation)

Burning bush is described in the Book of Exodus and used as a symbol of various Presbyterian denominations. The term also burning-bush and burningbush may also refer to:

                                               

Tacoma (disambiguation)

Lake Tacoma a proglacial lake in Washington state. Mount Rainier in Washington, also known as Tacoma or Tahoma Tacoma, Virginia, a city Tacoma, Ohio, an unincorporated community

                                               

Theios aner

Theios aner is a term within Greek philosophy translatable as "divine man". Its meaning has been debated through History, but it generally means the figure of a person connected to the gods, which grants him the ability to perform miracles and su ...

                                               

Daiyu Eight Co Ltd

Daiyu Eight Co Ltd is a Japanese company that operates home-improvement stores carrying items such as furniture, gardening tools, etc, as well as a chain of office supply stores. These stores are mainly located in the prefectures of Fukushima, Mi ...

                                               

Terry London Rinehart

Terry London Rinehart is an American airline pilot. When she was hired by Western Airlines in 1976, she was the first woman pilot to fly for them and one of 10 women working as airline pilots in the United States.

                                               

4K

4K, 4-K or 4k may refer to: 4K disk sector size Advanced Format Four kibibytes 4 × 1024 bytes, better written 4 KiB 4000 number 4K demoscene compo, a computer art competition using programs limited to 4 kibibytes The Java 4K Game Programming Cont ...

                                               

Ship of Fools (disambiguation)

Ship of Fools book, a 2018 political book by commentator Tucker Carlson The Ship of Fools Spanish: La nave de los locos, a 1984 novel by Cristina Peri Rossi Ship of Fools Russo novel, a 2001 novel by Richard Paul Russo Ship of Fools Porter novel, ...

                                               

Alyx

Alyx may refer to: Half-Life: Alyx, a virtual reality game centred on said character Alyx Vance, a leading character in the Half-Life series of video games. 1017 ALYX 9SM, a fashion brand based in New York City. The Adventures of Alyx, a 1976 sci ...

                                               

Boardwalk (disambiguation)

The Boardwalk at Hersheypark, a themed area of Hersheypark in Hershey, Pennsylvania Boardwalk Books, a Canadian publisher acquired by Dundurn Press Boardwalk Records, a record label Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, an energy company based in Houston, ...

                                               

Bruce Lerman

Bruce B. Lerman is a cardiologist. He is the Hilda Altschul Master Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, and Chief of the Division of Cardiology and Director of the Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratory at Weill Cornell Medicine ...

                                               

The Menagerie

A menagerie is a historical form of keeping wild and exotic animals in captivity. Menagerie or The Menagerie may refer to: The Menagerie Star Trek: The Original Series, the only two-part episode of Star Trek: The Original Series "Menagerie" Super ...

                                               

Gideon Khobane

Khobane was born in Springs, Gauteng and was educated at Queens College where he played athletics and rugby then matriculated in 1995. He has Masters in Marketing and Management at Wits Business School and a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and ...

                                               

Azimuth (disambiguation)

Azimuth is an angular measurement in a spherical coordinate system. It may also refer to: Azimuth airline, a Russian airline Azimuth album, the trios debut album Azimuth band, a British jazz trio active from 1977 to 2000 Azimuth Systems, an Ameri ...

                                               

Keith Wilson

Keith Wilson may refer to: Keith Wilson cricketer 1894–1977, English cricketer Keith Wilson Western Australian politician born 1936, Member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly 1977–1993 Keith Wilson production designer 1941–2011, Briti ...

                                               

Christian Martinez

Christian Martinez may refer to: Christian Rene Martinez born 1977, Paraguayan footballer for Persib Bandung and PPSM Kartika Nusantara Christian Martinez Muñoz born 1983, Chilean footballer for Universidad de Chile and Chile national football te ...

                                               

Edson Silva

Edson Silva may refer to: Edson footballer, born 1987, Brazilian central defender; currently plays for FC Porto Edson Silva footballer, born 1986, Brazilian footballer, a central defender; currently plays for Red Star Belgrade Edson Silva canoeis ...

                                               

Fuzuli

Fuzuli writer Mahammad bin Suleyman, 1483–1556, Turkic poet, writer and thinker Fizuli Mammedov born 1977, Azerbaijani footballer Fizuli Alakbarov born 1958, Azerbaijani politician

                                               

Elshad Mirbashir oglu

Elshad Mirbashir oglu – is a member of National Assembly of Azerbaijan, board member and vice chairman of Social Research Center, political scientist, politician, Associate Professor of the Department of Political Science and Political Management ...

                                               

Arash (disambiguation)

Arash is a mythological archer in Iranian legend and folklore Arash may also refer to: Arash singer born 1977, Iranian-Swedish singer, entertainer and producer Arash sniper rifle, a rifle developed by Iran Arash album, 2005 Arash Mahal, a city in ...

                                               

Naing Ngan Lin

Naing Ngan Lin is a Burmese politician and former political prisoner who currently serves as a regional minister for social affairs and a Pyithu Hluttaw MP for Dekkhinathiri Township. He is a member of the National League for Democracy.

                                               

Keila (disambiguation)

Keila may refer to: Places in Estonia Keila JK, football club based in Keila Keila, town and urban municipality in Harju County Keila Waterfall Keila-Joa, small borough in Laane-Harju Parish, Harju County Keila Parish, former rural municipality i ...

                                               

Stuart Wilson

Stuart Wilson may refer to: Stuart Wilson golfer born 1977, Scottish golfer Stuart Wilson footballer born 1977, English football midfielder Stuart Wilson sound engineer, Academy Award nominated sound engineer Stuart Wilson musician, musician from ...

                                               

2015 in Michigan

Events from the year 2015 in Michigan. Top stories of 2015 included: The legal battle by Richard Wershe Jr., aka "White Boy Rick", to win his freedom The trial of Charles Pugh for having sex with a minor The extramarital affair and use of taxpaye ...

                                               

Ante Ivas

Bishop Ante Ivas is a Croatian Roman Catholic prelate who served as the Diocesan Bishop of Sibenik since 5 February 1997 until his retirement on 3 June 2016.

                                               

To li eshchyo budet.

To li eshchyo budet. is the fourth studio album by Russian Soviet singer Alla Pugacheva released in 1980 by Melodiya.

                                               

1977 general election

1977 general election may refer to: 1977 Spanish general election 1977 Australian federal election 1977 Irish general election 1977 Danish general election 1977 Western Australian state election March 1977 Fijian general election 1977 Indian gene ...

                                               

Rotation (disambiguation)

Optical rotation, rotation acting on polarized light Rotation anatomy Curl mathematics, a vector operator Improper rotation or rotoreflection, a rotation and reflection in one Bitwise rotation, a mathematical operator on bit patterns Differential ...

                                               

Michael Schrodi

Michael Schrodi is a German politician. Born in Munchen, Bavaria, he represents the SPD. Michael Schrodi has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Bavaria since 2017.

                                               

Edgar Hernandez

Edgar Hernandez may refer to: Edgar Adolfo Hernandez, Mexican pro footballer GK for team, Jaguares de Chiapas Edgar Hernandez racewalker born 1977, Mexican race walker Edgar Hernandez Umaña, Guatemalan deputy interior minister, killed with Minist ...