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Reid Genauer

Reid Genauer is an American singer, songwriter and musician best known as the singer and guitarist of the bands Strangefolk and Assembly of Dust More recently he has recorded and performed under the moniker Reid Genauer & Folks. He has been activ ...

                                               

Los Angeles Staff

The Los Angeles Staff was an underground newspaper published in Los Angeles in the 1970s. It came into existence as a result of the temporary demise of the Los Angeles Free Press, which had been founded and published by Art Kunkin. Around 1970, t ...

                                               

Sex object (disambiguation)

Sex object may refer to: Sexual objectification An object of sexual attraction Sex symbol, a famous person or fictional character widely regarded to possess excessive sexual attractiveness

                                               

P. S. Mithran

P. S. Mithran is an Indian film director and writer, who is currently working in the Tamil film industry. He made his directorial debut through Irumbu Thirai and followed it up with the superhero film Hero.

                                               

Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff

Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff is a English Anglican priest known for his leadership of various organizations connected to international developement and inter-faith dialogue as well as his commentary upon international affairs. Macdonald-Radcliff i ...

                                               

Karin Priester

Priester studied romance languages, history, philosophy, and political science at the University of Cologne, Aix-Marseille University, the Free University of Berlin, and the University of Florence. She obtained her doctorate in history and her ha ...

                                               

Jeff Regan, Investigator

Jeff Regan, Investigator is a radio detective drama that ran on CBS from July 10, 1948 to December 18, 1948, and again from October 5, 1949 to August 27, 1950. The series is notable for being one of the earliest nationwide programs to feature Jac ...

                                               

Be Careful What You Wish For

Be Careful What You Wish For Potter novel, by Alexandra Potter Be Careful What You Wish For. novella, the twelfth book in R.L. Stines Goosebumps series Be Careful What You Wish For Archer novel, by Jeffrey Archer

                                               

The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties

The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties is a 2020 book by Christopher Caldwell of the conservative Claremont Institute think tank, that attributes changes in the social and political fabric of American society since the 1960s to the Civ ...

                                               

Wild Kingdom (album)

Wild Kingdom is the fifth full-length studio album by American rock band Cotton Mather. It is the third release in Robert Harrisons "Songs from the I Ching project.

                                               

R. E. Power

Lieutenant-Colonel Rowland Edward Power was in Command of the 1st Battallion of the South Nigeria Regiment between 1905 and 1906, the 2nd Battallion of the Buffs during World War I, the 1st Battallion of the Buffs at the end of the World War I an ...

                                               

Bioconservatism

Bioconservatism is a stance of hesitancy and skepticism regarding radical technological advances, especially those that seek to modify or enhance the human condition. Bioconservatism is characterized by a belief that technological trends in today ...

                                               

BYU Cougars mens basketball statistical leaders

The BYU Cougars basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the BYU Cougars mens basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. Within those areas, the lists identify si ...

                                               

Robby Gallaty

Robby Gallaty is an American Southern Baptist pastor, author and founder of Replicate Ministries- a discipleship resource ministry. Robby pastors Long Hollow Baptist Church, a multi-site Southern Baptist megachurch in Sumner County, Tennessee wit ...

                                               

Yes and no (disambiguation)

Yes and No, photobook of Japanese singer Mariko Shinoda Yes and No text, a 12th-century Christian text Yes and No play, a 1980 play by Graham Greene

                                               

GURPS Fantasy Folk

GURPS Fantasy Folk was written by Chris W. McCubbin, with Loyd Blankenship and Steve Jackson, with a cover by Ken Kelly, and illustrations by Evan Dorkin, and was published by Steve Jackson Games in 1990 as a 128-page book.

                                               

Edward Bagley

He is described as a citizen and pewterer of London by The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare. The researches of James Halliwell-Phillipps, Shakespeare scholar have revealed that Edward Bagley was a major figure in the will of Shakespeares granddaug ...

                                               

Gareth Davies-Jones

Gareth Davies-Jones is a folk singer, songwriter and composer from County Down, Northern Ireland. After finishing education in Newcastle, becoming based in Northumberland and turning professional in 2004, Davies-Jones has earned a living as a sin ...

                                               

Right Here, Right Now

"Right Here Right Now" BWO song, 2009 "Right Here, Right Now My Heart Belongs to You", a 2005 song by Agnes Carlsson and 2006 cover by Raffaela Paton "Right Here Right Now", song by Abhishek Bachchan and Sunidhi Chauhan from the soundtrack of the ...

                                               

Cheated (disambiguation)

"Cheated", song by The Slackers The Great Rocksteady Swindle 2010 "Cheated", song by Sex Pistols Maximum Sex Pistols 2002 "Cheated", song by Mike Posner 31 Minutes to Takeoff 2010 "Cheated", song by Praying Mantis band 1981 "Cheated", song by Boy ...

                                               

Freddie Mercury Alley in Warsaw

Freddie Mercury Alley is located between Noijis Alley and Kawalerii Street in Warsaws district Ujazdow. The plaque with its name was unveiled 22nd November 2019. The location of Mercurys Alley is not accidental because it is located near the Emba ...

                                               

Lloyd Anderson

Lloyd Alva Anderson was known for co-founding REI in 1938 with his wife, Mary Gertrude Anderson. As avid mountaineers they saw a need for quality gear so created a consumer cooperative company that is one of the largest recreational equipment ret ...

                                               

Santa Cruz Islands order of battle

The Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands was fought 25–27 October 1942 in the waters northwest of the Santa Cruz Islands by forces of the Imperial Japanese Navys Combined Fleet and the United States Navys Pacific Fleet. The battle resulted from a maj ...

                                               

End Times (book)

End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World is a 2019 non-fiction book by journalist Bryan Walsh. The book discusses various risks of human extinction, including asteroids, volcanos, nuclear war, global warming, pathogens, biotech, AI, and e ...

                                               

Lonely Road

Lonely Road may refer to: The Lonely Road 1923 film, a 1923 American drama film The Lonely Road, a 1936 British drama film based on Shutes novel Lonely Road The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus album, or the title song Lonely Road Denny Laine album, or the ...

                                               

Forrest M. Holly Jr.

Forrest Merton Holly Jr. was an American civil engineering professor, an hydraulician and the co-inventor of the Holly-Preissmann scheme for simulating transport of contaminants and suspended sediments in rivers. Holly was an expert in computatio ...

                                               

Mark Whiteley

Lance Dawes, the original editor of SLAP, was looking for an assistant-type editor when Phil Shao and Paul Zuanich recommended Whiteley to Dawes. After a positive meeting with Fausto Vitello, Whiteley started working at Slap Magazine on August 10 ...

                                               

George Mason Patriots mens basketball statistical leaders

The George Mason Patriots mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the George Mason Patriots basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. Within those areas, t ...

                                               

Tanpopo (disambiguation)

Tanpopo, also transliterated as Tampopo, is the Japanese word for dandelion. Tanpopo or Tampopo may refer to:

                                               

Soshiki Bōryoku series

Tetsuro Tamba as Detective Uragami Ryūnosuke Tsukigata as Otaguro Shodo Tatsuo Matsumura as Kuribayashi Kōji Tsuruta Special appearance Hisashi Igawa as Detective Ashida Nenji Kobayashi as Chorokichi Sonny Chiba as Takasugi Shinji Fumio Watanabe ...

                                               

1932 Connecticut gubernatorial election

The 1932 Connecticut gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1932. Incumbent Democrat Wilbur Lucius Cross defeated Republican nominee John H. Trumbull with 48.44% of the vote.

                                               

The Eleventh Commandment

"The Eleventh Commandment", a statement by soil conservationist Walter C. Lowdermilk "The Eleventh Commandment", a recurring segment in the radio show The Catholic Guy The Eleventh Commandment Ronald Reagan: "Thou shalt not speak ill of any fello ...

                                               

William Faulkner Prize

The William Faulkner Prize or William Faulkner Award could refer to: Pirates Alley William Faulkner Prize, a prize given by the Pirates Alley Faulkner Society in New Orleans. PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, a prize given by the PEN/Faulkner Found ...

                                               

Quilt (disambiguation)

A quilt is a quilted blanket. Quilt may also refer to: "The Quilt" TV Episode Family Matters TV series 1989 Quilt art, a visual fine art Quilting, a sewing technique Duvet, bedding consisting of a bag filled with feathers or other material Quilt ...

                                               

F. X. Gouraud

Francois Xavier Gouraud was a French physician and dietitian. Gouraud was born to a medical family. His father was a doctor at the Hopital de la Charite. Gouraud studied medicine as an intern in Paris hospitals at the age of 21. His thesis in 190 ...

                                               

Two of Us (Birds of Tokyo song)

Two of Us is a song by Australian alternative rock band Birds of Tokyo. It was released on 17 January 2020 as the fourth single from the bands sixth studio album, Human Design. The song was premiered on the bands Good Lord Tour.

                                               

Jim Harris

Jim Harris may refer to: Jim Harris wrestler born 1950, American professional wrestler, better known as Kamala Jim Harris naturalist born 1954, American naturalist Jim Harris entrepreneur, American businessman, co-founder of Compaq Computer Jim H ...

                                               

Top of the Pops (disambiguation)

Top of the Pops Reloaded, a childrens programme Top of the Pops magazine, a monthly pop-culture publication published by Immediate Media Company Top of the Pops 2, an offshoot featuring archive footage from Top of the Pops

                                               

Rene Moreu

Born in Nice, Moreu spent his childhood in Marseille, where his father decorated windows and subsequently managed a cafe. After working in a few small trades, he was hired as a mechanic in the printing shop of Le Petit Marseillais. Requisitioned ...

                                               

Testosterone (disambiguation)

Testosterone novel, 2000 novel by James Robert Baker and the basis for the film Testosterone 2003 film, American film Testosterone, 2003 British television documentary produced by Helen Littleboy Testosterone 2004 film, Greek film by Giorgos Pano ...

                                               

CW2

KCWX in Fredericksburg / San Antonio, Texas CW affiliated from 2006 to 2010

                                               

Chalari Narasimhacharya

Chalari Narasimahacharya was an Indian Hindu scholar in the Dvaita Vedānta tradition. He is the follower of Uttaradi Math and the disciple of Satyanatha Tirtha.

                                               

Res publica (disambiguation)

Res publica is a Latin phrase meaning "public issue" or "public matter". Res publica may also refer to: Res Publica journal, a journal published by the Association for Social and Political Philosophy Res Publica magazine, a Polish cultural-politi ...

                                               

Galveston (disambiguation)

Galveston, Virginia Galveston County, a county located along the Gulf Coast region in the U.S. state of Texas Galveston Bay, a large estuary located along Texass upper coast Galveston Bay Area, a loosely defined region in the southeast portion of ...

                                               

American Wake (disambiguation)

American Wake a 2004 album by The Elders. American Wake may also refer to: American Wake film, a 2004 film by Maureen Foley American Wake book, a 1995 book by poet Greg Delanty

                                               

Nahrain

Nahrain is a British Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare. Unraced as a two-year-old she won her first four races in 2011 including the Coral Distaff and the Prix de lOpera before finishind second in the Breeders Cup Filly & Mare Turf. She strugg ...

                                               

Nechtan

Nechtan, Nectan or Neithon may refer to: Kings: Nechtan nepos Uerb fl. 7th century, king of the Picts Nechtan mac Der-Ilei d. 732, king of the Picts Neithon of Alt Clut fl. 7th century, King of Strathclyde Nechtan Morbet fl. 5th or 6th century, k ...

                                               

Adhnuall

Adhnuall or Adnual is an Celtic mythological animal, one of the hunting dogs of Fionn mac Cumhaill. The dog was once stolen by Arthur, son of the king of Britain. He was reclaimed by the Fianna. It was said that Adhnuall led Sadhbh, Fionns would- ...

                                               

Acunn and Riadh

The brothers Acunn and Riadh are Celtic mythological heroes and fennids featured in the Scottish Fenian narratives. In one version of the legend, Acunn and Riadh were great friends, living in two towers in Glenelg. However, on one cold day, Riadh ...

                                               

The Human Factor

The Human Factor TV series, a 1992 American medical drama The Human Factor audio drama, based on the British TV series Doctor Who Episodes "The Human Factor" 1963 The Outer Limits "The Human Factor" MacGyver "The Human Factor" 2002 The Outer Limits