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The Missionary Position

The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice, a 1995 extended essay by English-American journalist and literary critic Christopher Hitchens The Missionary Position, a 1992 satire of televangelism by Bruce Dickinson

                                               

Chevalier

"Degree of Chevalier", the highest honor for an active member of DeMolay International Chevalier, a member of certain male orders of knighthood

                                               

Angel dust

Angel Dust, a manga by Kouta Hirano Angel/Dust, a 2000 manga by Aoi Nanase Angel Dust comics, a fictional mutant Angel Dust character, a character in the animated web series Hazbin Hotel

                                               

Crazy for You

"Crazy for You", a song by Slowdive from Pygmalion "Crazy for You" Let Loose song "Crazy for You" Madonna song "Crazy 4 U", a song by Kumi Koda "Crazy for You", a song by Hadise from Dum Tek "Crazy for You" Hedley song "Crazy for You", a song by ...

                                               

Murasaki (disambiguation)

Murasaki is the main character in The Tale of Genji. Murasaki may also refer to: The Murasaki Shikibu Diary, diary written by Murasaki Shikibu Murasaki Shikibu, author of The Tale of Genji

                                               

Submarine (disambiguation)

Submarine films, a war film genre Submarine 1928 film, an American film directed by Frank Capra Submarine EP, the soundtrack for the 2010 film, written by Alex Turner Submarine 2010 film, a British film directed by Richard Ayoade

                                               

Fakhreddin Hejazi

Fakhreddin Hejazi was an Iranian orator and politician who represented Tehran, Rey and Shemiranat from 1980 to 1992, and was the most-voted deputy in the 1980 Iranian legislative election.

                                               

Margaritaville Resort Orlando

Margaritaville Resort Orlando is a 300-acre resort, shopping center, water park, and master-planned residential community located in Kissimmee, Florida, located 4.7 miles from Disneys Animal Kingdom. The complex opened on January 15, 2019, and is ...

                                               

Home for the Holidays

Home for the Holidays, a 2017 animated special based on the Netflix original show Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh. Home for the Holidays 1972 film, a television film produced for American Broadcasting Company "Home for the Holidays", an episode of ...

                                               

Flintstone

Flintstone may refer to: The Flintstones 2016 comic book The Flintstones 1988 video game Flintstonization, a term coined in the book Sex at Dawn regarding the projecting of modern assumptions and beliefs onto earlier societies. Flintstone, Maryla ...

                                               

Speed Racer (disambiguation)

Speed Racer, a 1960s animated series Speed Racer film, a 2008 live-action film directed by the Wachowskis Speed Racer soundtrack, an original soundtrack for the above film Speed Racer: The Next Generation, the 2008 animated television series Spee ...

                                               

Rebecca Wilson Bresee

Rebecca Bresee is a computer animator at Disney. Becky Bresee joined Disney in 1996 and has worked on movies such as Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph, Big Hero Six, Zootopia, Frozen and Frozen 2, and Moana. She has worked at Disney for 24 years. Bresee is ...

                                               

Jennifer Jacobs

Jacobs received BA in English Language and Literature from Iowa State University in 1993, and an MA in French Language and Literature from Syracuse University in 2003.

                                               

Bartosz Opania

He was born on 12 December 1970 in Pulawy to father Marian Opania and mother Anna. He played his first roles in Jacek Bromskis political thriller 1969. Szczesliwego Nowego Roku 1969. Happy New Year alongside Krzysztof Kolberger and Piotr Machalic ...

                                               

Maslarov Nunatak

Maslarov Nunatak is the rocky ridge 1.9 km long in northwest–southeast direction and 1.3 km wide, rising to 695 m at the northwest coast of Larsen Inlet on Nordenskjold Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. The feature is named after Iliya Maslarov, ...

                                               

Carex juniperorum

Carex juniperorum, the juniper sedge, is a perennial flowering plant native to North America, first described by botanist William J. Crins in 1993. C. juniperorum is in the Cyperaceae family, and is closely related to C. jamesii and C. willdenowi ...

                                               

1993 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1993. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier.

                                               

1993 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I

The Asia/Oceania Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1993. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Win ...

                                               

1993 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II

The Asia/Oceania Zone is one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1993. In the Asia/Oceania Zone there are three different tiers, called groups, in which teams compete against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winner ...

                                               

Brasilosuchus

Brasilosuchus is an extinct genus of crocodilian that lived during the Miocene of Brazil. It contains one species, Brasilosuchus mendesi, named by Jonas Souza-Filho and Jean Bocquetin-Villanueva in 1989. They subsequently re-identified it as a sp ...

                                               

Xhensila Myrtezaj

Myrtezaj became known for the talent show "Ethet se premtes mbrema" the Albanian equivalent English is looking for the superstar, in which she took part at the age of 14. She also took part in the casting show Top Fest with the song A me do. In 2 ...

                                               

La Poste

La Poste may refer to: Arnac-la-Poste, a commune in France La Poste Maxi Ketch, a sailing boat build for the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1993 Postal services La Poste France, the postal service of France Musee de La Poste, "La Poste Museum" ...

                                               

1993 Davis Cup Americas Zone Group I

The Americas Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1993. In the Americas Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winners in ...

                                               

1993 Davis Cup Americas Zone

The Americas Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1993. In the Americas Zone there were three different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier.

                                               

Summer Summer

Summer is the debut single by German Eurodance group Loft, released in 1993. The song appears on their 1994 debut album, Wake the World. It was written by Nosie Katzmann and Attack II, with vocals by singer Gina Mohammed. The song was a major hit ...

                                               

Piece of My Heart (Intermission song)

Piece of My Heart is a 1993 song recorded by German Eurodance project Intermission. It was released as the second single from their only album by same name. The song is written by Nosie Katzmann and Tony Dawson-Harrison, and sung by American sing ...

                                               

1993 British Formula Two Championship

The 1993 British Formula Two Championship was the fifth season of the British Formula 3000 Championship. The series was won by the Belgian driver Philippe Adams, later to make an unsuccessful F1 debut by buying a drive at Team Lotus. He drove for ...

                                               

Stade Municipal

Stade Municipal is a generic name for municipally owned, constructed, or operated sport stadia in French-speaking countries.

                                               

Amanda Ribas

Amanda Ribas is a mixed martial artist from Brazil, competing in the strawweight division of the UFC. As of March 16, 2020, she is #15 in the UFC womens strawweight rankings.

                                               

Nedev Peak

Nedev Peak is the rocky peak rising to 458 m at the southeast extremity of Rugate Ridge on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It surmounts Evans Glacier on the southwest, Musina Glacier on the northwest and Vaughan Inlet on the east. The ...

                                               

Mount Hypothesis

Mount Hypothesis is the mountain rising to 1076 m on Nordenskjold Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It has precipitous and rocky north slopes, and surmounts Mundraga Bay on the east and south. The feature is named in appreciation of the role of h ...

                                               

Eduard Nunatak

Eduard Nunatak is the rocky ridge 2.32 km long in northwest–southeast direction and 1.14 km wide, rising to 683 m on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It surmounts Artanes Bay on the east and Vaughan Inlet on the west. The feature is nam ...

                                               

Elysian Beach

Elysian Beach is the ice-free 2 km long beach on the east side of Byewater Point on the northwest coast of Snow Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. The area was visited by early 19th century sealers. The feature is named after the E ...

                                               

American Eagle A-251 Phaeton

The American Eagle Phaeton was a U.S., three seat, single engine sports biplane produced from 1929 until American Eagle failed financially in 1932. About 34 were built.

                                               

Extraliga

The Extraliga may refer to any of the top-division ice hockey leagues in former Czechoslovakia: Czechoslovak First Ice Hockey League, which in 1993 was divided to Czech Extraliga Slovak Extraliga Belarusian Extraliga It may also refer to: KB Extr ...

                                               

Nakht (BH21)

Nakht was an ancient Egyptian local governor in Menat Khufu in Middle Egypt in the Twelfth Dynasty. He is known from his decorated tomb chapel at Beni Hasan. The decoration of his tomb chapel is most likely unfinished. Only one wall is partly dec ...

                                               

Robe (disambiguation)

Robe, Washington, a community in the United States

                                               

Elyzabeth Purwaningtyas

Purwaningtyas contested in her first ever international tournament at the Indonesian International Challenge in 2009, where she lost in the quarterfinals to Nitchaon Jindapol in 3 games. At the 2011 Asian Junior Badminton Championships, she was o ...

                                               

Hasan Yousefi Afshar

Yusefi Afshar earned a Silver medal at the 1989 Asian Wrestling Championships in the 62 kg division, in Oaray, Japan. He won Silver medal for the second time at the 1990 Asian Wrestling Championships in the 62 kg division, in Beijing, China. Yuse ...

                                               

Hamid Rashidi (futsal player)

Hamid Rashidi is an Iranian futsal player. He is currently a member of Badamlı Naxçıvan in the Naxçıvan Futzal Liqasi.

                                               

The Perfect Year (Dina Carroll song)

"The Perfect Year" is a 1993 song by UK artist Dina Carroll. It is originally taken from the 1993 musical Sunset Boulevard and was released as a single only. Later, in 1996 the song was included on her second album, Only Human. The song became on ...

                                               

Ilaria Scarcella

Ilaria Scarcella is an Italian swimmer who competed at the 2009 World Aquatics Championships an won a silver medal at senior level with the national team at the 2015 Summer Universiade.

                                               

Korean airline crash

Korean airline crash may refer to crashes involving various Korean-based airlines, including: Asiana Airlines Flight 991 OZ991, AAR991 a cargo flight which crashed into the Korea Strait after departing South Korea on July 28, 2011; Korean Air Fli ...

                                               

3 Days of a Blind Girl

3 Days of a Blind Girl is a 1993 Hong Kong psychological thriller film directed by Chan Wing-Chiu and starring Veronica Yip, Anthony Wong, Jamie Luk Kin-ming, Anthony Chan, Alfred Cheung, Fruit Chan, Chan Yuet-Yue. This film is quite possibly the ...

                                               

Endlessly

Endlessly, or the title song, by Lin Yu-chun, 2011 Endlessly album or the title song, by Duffy, 2010 Endlessly, or the title song see below, by Brook Benton, 1959

                                               

NHRC

NHRC may refer to: New Haven Rowing Club, a rowing club on the Housatonic River in Oxford, Connecticut, United States of America National Human Rights Commission Nepal, Nepals independent human rights commission National Human Rights Commission o ...

                                               

Nortje

Nortje or Nortje is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Ossie Nortje born 1990, South African rugby union player Christoffel Nortje, South African dentist and emeritus professor Piet Nortje, South African author of 32 Battalion: T ...

                                               

La Florida

La Florida may refer to: La Florida film, a 1993 Canadian film Florida, a current U.S. State Spanish name Spanish Florida, the State of Florida and surrounding areas of the southeastern United States as a former Spanish territory La Florida, a so ...

                                               

Unforgiven (D:Ream song)

Unforgiven is a 1993 song by Northern Irish musical group D:Ream. The song was written by band members Peter Cunnah and Al MacKenzie. It peaked at number 29 in the UK and number 10 in Portugal. After the success of the singles "U R the Best Thing ...

                                               

Alexandru Țigla

Alexandru Țigla is a Romanian rugby union football player. He plays as a scrum-half for professional SuperLiga club CSM Baia Mare.