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Durgavati (film)

Durgavati is an upcoming 2020 Indian Hindi-language horror thriller film directed by G. Ashok, which is a remake of his own 2018 Telugu film Bhaagamathie and starring Bhumi Pednekar as an IAS officer, which was played by Anushka Shetty in the ori ...

                                               

Rochester Times-Union Open

The Rochester Times-Union Open was a golf tournament played at Oak Hill Country Club, Pittsford, New York. It was played in 1941 and 1942. The 1941 event was played from August 15 to 17 and was won by Sam Snead with a score of 277, seven ahead of ...

                                               

Henry Hurst Invitational

The Henry Hurst Invitational was a golf tournament played at the Torresdale-Frankford Country Club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in September 1941. The event was won by Sam Snead who took the first prize of The Henry Hurst Invitational was a golf ...

                                               

Belmont International Open

The Belmont International Open was a match-play golf tournament played at Belmont Country Club in Boston, Massachusetts from September 22 to 28, 1937. Prize money was.000. There was a 36-hole stroke-play stage played on September 22 and 23 after ...

                                               

Unity Day

Unity Day may refer to: Unity Day Leeds, a free open air festival in Leeds in early August Hungary National Unity Day A nemzeti osszetartozas napja, a holiday in Hungary on June 4 Unity Day Vanuatu a holiday in Vanuatu on November 29 Unity Day Ta ...

                                               

Kanji (food)

Kanji is a rice water based dish traditionally prepared in Odisha. Depending on how its prepared, it is eaten as a porridge, soup or curry. It is one of the Chappan Bhogaw offered to Lord Jagannathaw of Puri as part of the last meal of the day. D ...

                                               

Hillside

Australia Hillside, Victoria, a locality in East Gippsland Hillside, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne Hillside, New South Wales Canada Hillside, Nova Scotia Hillside, New Brunswick United Kingdom Hillside railway station, the railway station servi ...

                                               

FDV

FDV may refer to: Forum of the Venetians Italian: Forum dei Veneti, a defunct political party in Italy Fill and drain valve, a valve used in space and missile industry which achieves extremely tight leakage, while providing redundant inhibits aga ...

                                               

The Hater

The Hater is a 2020 Polish drama film directed by Jan Komasa and written by Mateusz Pacewicz. It premiered on 6 March 2020 in Poland and went on to win the Best International Narrative Feature Award at Tribeca Fiilm Festival.

                                               

Binder

Binder may refer to: In computing: Binder Project, package and share interactive, reproducible environments Microsoft Binder, a discontinued Microsoft Office application OpenBinder, a system for inter-process communication File binder, software t ...

                                               

Dye-nosaur Gardens

Admission is free. Fees for the rides and games apply.

                                               

Advance Australia

Advance Australia may refer to: Advance Australia Party historical, a political party founded in 1988 Advance Australia. Where?, a book by Hugh Mackay Advance Australia Party, a political party founded in 2019 Advance Australia Foundation, an org ...

                                               

Funfair (disambiguation)

Funfair may refer to: Traveling carnival US English Travelling funfair British English Midway fair Sideshow alley in Australia Volksfest in Germany Amusement park

                                               

Miss Colombia (disambiguation)

Miss Colombia is a pageant title for the country of Colombia. Miss Colombia or variant, may refer to: Miss Tierra Colombia, a national female beauty pageant associated with Miss Earth Miss Mundo Colombia, a national female beauty pageant associat ...

                                               

Miss (disambiguation)

Miss is an honorific title of unmarried woman, see also Mistress form of address Miss or MISS may also refer to: Miss Press, an imprint of the German group VDM Publishing devoted to the reproduction of Wikipedia content Microbially induced sedime ...

                                               

Kastro tis Orias

Kastro tis Orias may refer to: Kastro tis Orias ballad, a Byzantine ballad and folk story, probably based on the Sack of Amorium. Various medieval fortresses named for the legend:

                                               

Tu y Yo (Raymix and Paulina Rubio song)

"Tu y Yo" is a song by Mexican singers Raymix and Paulina Rubio. It was released through Universal Music on March 20, 2020. The song was written by Raymix, Rubio, Yasil Marrufo, Edmundo Gomez Moreno; its producers Raymix and Sheeqo Beat and mixed ...

                                               

Half penny

Halfpenny, half penny, or hapenny may refer to: Coins: Halfpenny Irish decimal coin Halfpenny Australian pre-decimal New Zealand half penny coin pre-decimal Halfpenny British decimal coin Halfpenny British pre-decimal coin Half cent United States ...

                                               

Faith Obazuaye

Faith Obazuaye is a Nigerian table tennis player. She competed for Nigeria at local and international table tennis competitions. Obazuaye participated in the female para table tennis competition at the 2018 Commonwealth Games representing Nigeria.

                                               

Mustermesse Basel

The Mustermesse Basel was a fair in the city of Basel, Switzerland. The first fair took place in 1917, and the latest fair took place in 2019.

                                               

Casuarina (disambiguation)

Casuarina is a genus of plants from the family Casuarinaceae Casuarina can also refer to: Casuarina, New South Wales Westin Casuarina Resort & Spa in the Cayman Islands Casuarina, Northern Territory Casuarina, Western Australia Casuarina Prison, ...

                                               

RFB

RFB or RfB may refer to: Reichenbachfall Funicular, in the Swiss canton of Berne RFB protocol, a simple "remote framebuffer" protocol for remote access to graphical user interfaces Request For Bid, a business process to request pricing on a speci ...

                                               

Pontoon

Floating dock jetty, a platform supported by pontoons Any of various objects that float on pontoons, including Pontoon bridge, a bridge supported by shallow draft open boats or encased floats Floatplane, also known as a pontoon plane Pontoon boat ...

                                               

The Plaza

The Plaza may refer to: Bank of America Plaza Atlanta The Plaza Hotel Seoul, South Korean hotel chain Country Club Plaza, in Kansas City, Missouri Plaza Accord Plaza on Brickell, in Miami, Florida The Plaza Shopping Centre, in Palmerston North, N ...

                                               

Horseshoe Casino (disambiguation)

Horseshoe Casino is the former name of Binions Gambling Hall and Hotel, a casino in downtown Las Vegas. Horseshoe Casino may also refer to: Horseshoe Casino Cleveland, a casino in Cleveland, Ohio Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati, a casino in Cincinnat ...

                                               

Proctor Building

Proctor Building may refer to: in the United States by state Fort Proctor, Shell Beach, Louisiana, listed on the NRHP in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana OConnor-Proctor Building, Victoria, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Victoria County, Texas Brown-P ...

                                               

The First Fantasy Campaign

The First Fantasy Campaign is a campaign setting that describes in detail Blackmoor Castle and its surrounding wilderness and the 12-level dungeon beneath it, including the baronies and villages of the region; it also includes alternate rules and ...

                                               

Deadlands: Reloaded

Shannon Appelcine states that "Great White Games returned to an old setting with the publication of Deadlands: Reloaded! 2005, which updated Pinnacles top RPG to the Savage Worlds system.

                                               

KViSR Rocks!

KViSR Rocks! is a scenario of political intrigue set in the slum of Vissertown, where the manager of radio station KViSR hires the player characters to solve a series of murders.

                                               

First Survey

Shannon Appelcline commented that First Survey 1996, the final book copyrighted 1996, was probably the worst and ugliest book published for the game system. It contained 112 pages of computer-generated statistics for all the worlds of the Imperiu ...

                                               

Champions: New Millennium

Shannon Appelcline explained that "Hero did embrace Fuzion, at least temporarily. They quickly released Champions: The New Millennium 1997, the fifth edition of their core Champions rulebook. However, it was so totally revamped that not only was ...

                                               

Whimsy Cards

Whimsy Cards was written by Jonathan Tweet and Mark Rein-Hagen and published in 1987 by Lion Rampant as 48 flimsy cards and a 4-page rules pamphlet, shrink-wrapped; a second edition published the same year came packed in a bag with stiff cards. S ...

                                               

Tales of the Black Widow Company

Tales of the Black Widow Company is a supplement describing the mercenary company known as The Black Widow Company of Wolfs Dragoons. Tales of the Black Widow Company describes the history, organization, mechwarriors and BattleMechs of Natasha Ke ...

                                               

Citadel (board game)

An evil wizard has stolen an important talisman, and has hidden it somewhere in his six-level stronghold, the Citadel, which is guarded by minions. The Forces of Good send heroes into the Citadel to try and find the Talisman and escape with it.

                                               

Escape Velocity (disambiguation)

Escape velocity is the minimum speed an object without propulsion needs to have to move away indefinitely from the source of the gravity field. Escape velocity may also refer to:

                                               

Superstar IZ*ONE

SuperStar IZ*ONE is a South Korean rhythm game developed by Dalcomsoft, Inc. and PONOS Corp. in collaboration with label Off The Records which was launched simultaneously on South Korea and Japan in April 2020.The game features songs by Iz*One an ...

                                               

CTW

CTW may refer to: Crypt The Warchild, an American rapper CentralWorld, a shopping mall complex in Thailand Computer Technology Workshop activity at the Joint Statistical Meetings Carat mass total weight, related to diamond jewellery CTW, the ICAO ...

                                               

British Bulldog

British Bulldog may refer to: British Bulldog revolver, a type of revolver popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries Davey Boy Smith Jr., professional wrestler and son of Davey Boy Smith, also performs under "The British Bulldog" moniker ...

                                               

Luke Williams

Luke Williams may refer to: Luke Williams, drummer for Dead Letter Circus Luke Williams footballer, born 1981, English football player and manager Luke Williams author born 1977, Scottish author Luke Williams journalist Australian journalist and ...

                                               

Matthew Jackson

Matthew Jackson may refer to: Matthew Jackson footballer born 1974, former Australian rules footballer Matt Jackson Jeopardy! contestant born 1992 Matthew Day Jackson born 1974, American artist Matt Jackson wrestler born 1985, professional wrestl ...

                                               

Kill switch (disambiguation)

"Kill Switch" CSI: Miami, a television episode "Kill Switch" The X-Files, a television episode Killswitch film, a 2014 documentary about the battle for control of the Internet Kill Switch 2017 film, an American-Dutch film directed by Tim Smit Kil ...

                                               

Bram

Bram given name Bram wrestler born 1986, ring name of professional wrestler Thomas Raymond Latimer Bram Tchaikovsky born 1950, stage name of British musician Peter Bramall Bram surname

                                               

Judgement 7

Judgement 7 was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. It took place on March 15, 2003, in Tokyo, Japan, at the Korakuen Geopolis. It was the seventh event under the Judgement name. The event aired domestically on Fighting ...

                                               

Stretcher (disambiguation)

A stretcher is a medical device used to carry a person from one place to another. Stretcher may also refer to: Stretcher G.I. Joe, a fictional character in the G.I. Joe universe Stretcher furniture, a horizontal support element of an item of furn ...

                                               

Bishnoi (surname)

Bishnoi or Vishnoi is a Hindic surname that may refer to Kuldeep Bishnoi born 1968, Indian politician Rajesh Bishnoi born 1987, Indian cricketer Mahendra Bishnoi born 1981, Indian politician Bhajan Lal Bishnoi 1930–2011, Indian politician Sukhram ...

                                               

Stunner

Stunner or Stunners, may refer to: Stunner cattle, a mechanical device used in modern cattle slaughter processes Ray-Ban Aviator, aviator sunglasses nicknamed "stunners" The Stunners group, a pop music girl group from Los Angeles Stunner missile, ...

                                               

Twist of Fate

Twist of Fate may refer to: Twist of Fate 2016 TV series, an Indian English language soap opera "Twist of Fate" Olivia Newton-John song, 1984 Twist of Fate, a 1998 German thriller film starring Madchen Amick A Twist of Fate, a 2003 EP by John Arc ...

                                               

Sharpshooter (disambiguation)

Sharpshooter is one who is highly skilled in shooting. It may also refer to: Sharpshooter -class torpedo gunboat PlayStation Move Sharp Shooter Attachment for the PlayStation 3 Sharpshooter insect, a specific species of leafhoppers Sharpshooter t ...

                                               

Judgement 8

Judgement 8 was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. It took place on March 20, 2004, in Tokyo, Japan, at the Velfarre discotheque. It was the seventh event under the Judgement name. The event aired domestically on Fighti ...

                                               

Kotonowaka Masahiro

Kotonowaka Masahiro) is a Japanese professional sumo wrestler from Chiba Prefecture. He made his debut in November 2015 and reached the top makuuchi division in March 2020. He wrestles for Sadogatake stable. His highest rank has been maegashira 1 ...