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Vladimir Nikolov (composer)

Nikolov started music at the age of 14, beginning with the guitar. Soon after, he enrolled in classical guitar studies, graduating with an original composition. Deeply inspired by the mentorship of composer and arranger Ilija Pejovski, Vladimir b ...


Las tres tumbas

Las tres tumbas is a 1980 Mexican drama film directed by Alberto Mariscal and starring Federico Villa, Norma Lazareno and Narciso Busquets.


Mateusz Pacewicz

He is a graduate of the Inter-area Individual Humanistic and Social Studies MISH of the University of Warsaw. In 2017, he wrote the script and directed Heat in collaboration with Agata Trzebuchowska, a short film nominated for The Short Film Gran ...


Lara (film)

Corinna Harfouch - Lara Jenkins Tom Schilling - Viktor Jenkins Rainer Bock - Paul Jenkins Gudrun Ritter - Laras mother Andre Jung - Mr. Czerny Volkmar Kleinert - Prof. Reinhoffer


Total Recall

Total Recall 1990 film, a film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone Total Recall, a 1989 novelization by Piers Anthony Total Recall video game, a 1990 computer and NES game Total Recall 2012 film, a remake starring Colin Farrell and Ka ...


J.W. McConnell Building

The J.W. McConnell Building is an academic building on the Sir George Williams campus of Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. Built in 1992, it is named for John Wilson McConnell, a Canadian businessman and philanthropist whose foundation co ...


250 Steps

250 Steps is a 2017 Serbian documentary film which details how the Yugoslavia mens national under-19 basketball team won the 1987 FIBA Under-19 World Championship in Bormio, Italy. Created by Vladimir Pajic, the film was released on 25 September ...


Blood Is Thicker than Water

"Blood Is Thicker than Water", a 2014 episode of Casualty Bra Boys: Blood Is Thicker than Water, a 2007 Australian documentary "Blood Is Thicker than Water", a 2011 episode of Neighbourhood Watched


Henry-Cesar Boscal de Reals

Reals was born to a family with a strong naval tradition: his father was a Navy captain, and his two brother were also Navy officers. Reals joined the Navy as a Garde-Marine in 1741, and took part in the Battle of Toulon on 22 February 1744 on Es ...


Romann Berrux

Romann Berrux is a French actor known for his roles as Hugo Roche on the French television show Detectives and as young Fergus on the Starz drama Outlander.


Lost Illusions (upcoming film)

Lost Illusions is an upcoming French drama film, directed by Xavier Giannoli, from a screenplay by Giannoli and Jacques Fieschi, based upon Illusions perdues by Honore de Balzac. It stars Benjamin Voisin, Xavier Dolan, Vincent Lacoste, Cecile de ...


Kunoichi Keshō

Kunoichi Keshō is a 1964 Japanese comedy jidaigeki film directed by Sadao Nakajima. Nakajima himself did the casting and Shigeru Tsuyuguchi, Kō Nishimura and Masumi Harukawa were cast from Shohei Imamuras film Unholy Desire because he was impres ...


Gu Won

Gu Won is a South Korean actor and model. He is best known for his roles in television dramas and movies such as Fists of Legend, Enemies from the Past, Legal High, Discovery of Love, Love with Flaws.


Rameshwar Singh Kashyap

Rameshwar Singh Kashyap was a Bhojpuri Playwright and professor of Hindi at Patna University. He is known for his Bhojpuri play Loha Singh which was gained immense popularity on Radio in 1970s.


Nickelodeon (Flanders)

Nickelodeon is a Flemish television channel timesharing between 5am to 9pm with Spike. Originally, it had the Dutch Nickelodeon programming, but it have it own programming since automn 2009. In satellite, the Dutch version is broadcast.


Back end

Back-end design, in electronic circuit design flow Back end of line, in integrated circuit fabrication


Denese Oates

Denese Oates is an Australian sculptor. She specialises in creating abstract forms from masses of intertwined copper wire; her work is held in the permanent collection at Parliament House, Canberra and the University of New South Wales.


Banyule Homestead

Banyule Homestead is a heritage-listed house at 60 Buckingham Drive, Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia. It is listed in the Victorian Heritage Database and has local heritage protection.


Gallery of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in Brussels

Gallery of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in Brussels may refer to one of several gallery paintings by David Teniers the Younger: Gallery of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in Brussels Galdiano Gallery of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in Brussels Petworth Gallery ...


Theodor Pleske

Theodor Eduard Pleske Плеске) was a Russian entomologist and ornithologist who worked at the museum of zoology at St. Petersburg. Pleske was born in Peterhof to the upper class German family of Eduard Ludwig 1817-1873 and Margaret Elisabeth Oom 1 ...


Salem Chapel

Salem Chapel may refer to: Salem Chapel, East Budleigh, in Devon, England British Methodist Episcopal Church, Salem Chapel, a National Historic Site of Canada in St. Catharines, Ontario Salem Chapel, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England Capel Salem, Pw ...



YMT may refer to: Chibougamau/Chapais Airport IATA code, an airport in Quebec, Canada Youth Music Theatre UK a leading youth arts organisation and one of eight National Youth Music Organisations in the United Kingdom. On 4 December 2018 the organ ...


Victoria Jones

Vicky Jones is an English theatre director and writer. Victoria Jones or Vicky Jones may also refer to: Vicky Clement-Jones, a Hong Kong-born English physician and medical researcher V. M. Jones, childrens author Vicky Jones footballer who played ...



The LSXX Tour was a series of sixty concerts by the Breeders in 2013 to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the release of their 1993 album Last Splash.


Daniele (surname)

Daniele is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include: Graciela Daniele born 1939, American dancer, choreographer and theatre director Stephen Daniele, role-playing game artist Romina Daniele born 1980, Italian singer and compose ...


Brian McDonald

Brian McDonald or MacDonald may refer to: Brian McDonald ice hockey born 1945, former ice hockey centre Brian McDonald Gaelic footballer born 1980 Brian McDonald screenwriter born 1965, American screenwriter Brian Macdonald choreographer 1928–201 ...



Caxton, Cambridgeshire, a village in Cambridgeshire, UK Caxton Gibbet, a knoll near the village Caxton Street, Brisbane, Australia Caxton Hall, a historic building in London, UK Caxton Building, a historic building in Cleveland, Ohio, US Saint-El ...


Cheltenham (disambiguation)

Cheltenham, Manawatu, New Zealand Cheltenham, New Zealand, Auckland Cheltenham, Ontario, Canada


Gilbert R. Spalding

"Dr." Gilbert Reynolds Spalding, sometimes spelt as Spaulding was an American showman, circus owner and innovator, being the first to own his own showboat, constructed the first showboat to contain an entire circus and in 1856 the first to send a ...


Hunting the Northern Godard

Hunting the Northern Godard is a Canadian drama film, directed by Eric Morin and released in 2013. Inspired by influential film director Jean-Luc Godards visit to the Abitibi-Temiscamingue region of Quebec in 1968, the film centres on the develop ...


Warhol (disambiguation)

Andy Warhol was an American artist, film director, and producer who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. Wikipedia articles about specific aspects of his life include: Warhol may also refer to: "Warhol", a song by Lis ...


Jillian Vanstone

Vanstone was born and raised in Nanaimo, British Columbia. She started ballet at age six. At age 13, she moved to Toronto to train at Canadas National Ballet School.


Stele (disambiguation)

A stele is a stone or wooden slab, generally taller than it is wide, erected as a monument, very often for funerary or commemorative purposes. Stele may also refer to:


The White Night

The White Night is a 1948 French drama film directed by Richard Pottier and starring Pierre Brasseur, Claude Farell and Jimmy Gaillard. The films sets were designed by the art director Paul-Louis Boutie.


Dont Get Angry

Dont Get Angry is a 1972 West German comedy film directed by Peter Weck and starring Uschi Glas, Beppo Brem and Georg Thomalla. It takes its name from a popular German board game. The films sets were designed by the art director Leo Metzenbauer.



Internet Video Coding, a "free-of-charge" MPEG video coding standard Inter-vehicle communication Indus Valley Civilization, a Bronze Age civilization centralized along the Indus River


Lujo Adamovic

Lujo Adamovic was a Serbian botanist and plant collector who was a leading authority regarding the genus Hieracium, recognized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.


Timanthes of Cleonae

Timanthes of Cleonae was an ancient victor of the Pankration from Cleonae. A statue of him was created by Myron. Ancient sources wrote that when he retired from athletics he continued to test his strength by drawing a great bow every day. His pra ...


Eupolemus (disambiguation)

Eupolemus may be: Eupolemus, a Jewish Historian Some species of shield bugs that is, insects from the family Acanthosomatidae are in a genus called Eupolemus, such as the insect native to Australia known as Eupolemus virescens Eupolemos of Argos ...


Raamdeo Agrawal

Raamdeo Agrawal is an Indian businessman, share market Investor and Joint Managing Director of Motilal Oswal Group which he co-founded in 1987. In 2018, he had a net worth of Raamdeo Agrawal is an Indian businessman, share market Investor and Joi ...


Payam Salehi

Payam Salehi,Persian: پیام صالحی ‎ Iranian singer and guitarist, is one of the main members and founders of the Iranian Music Group Arian.Encouraged by his parents, he turned to music and learned to play the santorini with Azita Hajian as a child ...


Jamie King (disambiguation)

Jamie King is an American choreographer and director. Jamie King may also refer to: Jamie King producer, filmmaker, writer, and activist Jamie King curler born 1973, Canadian curler Jamie King, fictional character in the American sitcom The Jamie ...



Alphonsus J. Donlon 1867–1923, American Jesuit priest Peter Donlon 1906–1979, American rower Chris Donlon born 1977, Australian rules football field umpire Denise Donlon born 1956, Canadian executive, television producer, television host Margueri ...


Mr. B

Mr. B may refer to: Billy Eckstine, a jazz bandleader and balladeer The nickname of Bernard Lansky, the owner of the famed Lansky Brothers clothier in Memphis, Tennessee. Mark Braun, a boogie-woogie piano player Mr. B album, an album by jazz trum ...


Eternal youth (disambiguation)

Eternal youth is the concept of immortality free of aging. It can also refer to: "Eternal Youth" Batman: The Animated Series, a 1992 episode of Batman: the Animated Series "Eternal Youth", a 1990 episode of Peter Pan and the Pirates Eternal Youth ...



Castelvecchio Carmignano, in the municipality of Carmignano PO, Tuscany Castelvecchio Monte Porzio, in the municipality of Monte Porzio PU, Marche Castelvecchio Valdagno, in the municipality of Valdagno VI, Veneto Castelvecchio San Gimignano, uni ...


Girolamo Pini

Girolamo Pini was a 17th-century Italian painter from Florence, possibly a pupil of Jacopo Ligozzi, and who produced a number of botanical panels, using oils on canvas. - three such panels are housed at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris. Pai ...



Tympanum may refer to: Tympanum hand drum, a percussion instrument in ancient Greece and Rome Tympanum anatomy, a hearing organ/gland in frogs and toads, a flat red oval on both sides of a frogs head Tympanum architecture, an architectural elemen ...


Oniiwa Park

Oniiwa Park is a park on the border of Mitake, Kani District and Mizunami in Gifu Prefecture, Japan. It is located in Hida-Kisogawa Quasi-National Park. Oniiwa is a Japanese government designated Place of Scenic Beauty and Natural Monument.


Emi Omo Eso

Emi Omo Eso is the name ascribed to the moral code of the Eso Ikoyi warrior caste of the Yorubas of West Africa. Its literal translation is I am the child of an Eso.