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Trimble

Trimble Mountain, Maine Trimble Technical High School, Fort Worth, Texas Trimble, Ohio Athens County Mount Trimble, West Virginia Trimble County, Kentucky Trimble, Illinois Crawford County Trimbles Iron Works, Kentucky Greenup County - Historical ...

                                               

High Falls

High Falls may refer to: High Falls DuPont State Forest, a waterfall on the Little River in North Carolina, United States High Falls, Ontario, Canada, a ghost town near Walden High Falls Brewing Company, the former name of Genesee Brewing Company ...

                                               

Monadnock (disambiguation)

Monadnock may refer to: A geologic term Monadnock or "inselberg", a generic term for isolated mountain Names of summits Mount Monadnock, a well-known summit in southwestern New Hampshire, United States, located in the town of Jaffrey Pack Monadno ...

                                               

Joshua Hadley

He was born c1785 in North Carolina to Benjamin Hadley son of Thomas Jefferson Hadley, and Elizabeth King. The couple lived in Tennessee, before moving to what is now San Augustine County, Texas in 1830. On May 7, 1831 he was the recipient of a l ...

                                               

Russians in Norway

On the 1 January 2012 there where 16.833 Russians in Norway, of whom 14.953 were first generation immigrants while 1.880 were Norwegian-born descendants. In 2019 the number have risen to 21.504, and Russians make up 0.40% of the Norwegian populat ...

                                               

Shree Ganesh

Shree Ganesh is an Indian mythological television series that aired on Sony Entertainment Television from November 2000 and ended in the year 2001. Directed by Dheeraj Kumar, it follows the story of Hindu God Ganesha portrayed by Jagesh Mukati.

                                               

3000 series

Chikuho Electric Railroad 3000 series electric multiple unit operated on the Chikuhō Electric Railroad Line Shizuoka Railway A3000 series EMU Hakone Tozan 3000 series EMU Seibu 3000 series EMU Keio 3000 series EMU Yokohama Municipal Subway 3000 s ...

                                               

8000 series

Fujikyu 8000 series electric multiple unit train Kita-Osaka Kyuko 8000 series electric multiple unit train JR Shikoku 8000 series electric multiple unit train Kobe New Transit 8000 series electric multiple unit train Nankai 8000 series electric m ...

                                               

Newt (disambiguation)

A newt is an aquatic animal. Newt may also refer to: Newt programming library, a library for text-mode user interfaces Newt name Newt film, a planned animated Pixar film cancelled in 2010 and merged with 2015 film Inside Out Newt band, a collabor ...

                                               

Gramercy

Gramercy Pictures, a film studio, currently owned by Focus Features under Universal Pictures Gramercy Funds Management, an investment manager dedicated to global emerging markets based in Greenwich, CT. Gramercy Tavern, a restaurant in New York C ...

                                               

Unsolved Mysteries (season 15)

The fifteenth season of Unsolved Mysteries is a Netflix reboot of the long-running American television series, created by John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer. The show, which documents and seeks to solve cold cases and paranormal phenomena, origi ...

                                               

The Road Hustlers

The Road Hustlers is a 1968 American action film directed by Larry E. Jackson and starring Jim Davis, Scott Brady and Bruce Yarnell. It was shot on location in North Carolina.

                                               

Shithouse (film)

Shithouse is an upcoming American drama film, written, directed, and produced by Cooper Raiff, in his directorial debut. It stars Raiff, Dylan Gelula, Amy Landecker and Logan Miller. The film was set to have its world premiere at South by Southwe ...

                                               

Kartikeya Gummakonda

Kartikeya Gummakonda is an Indian film actor who appears in South Indian films. He rose to fame with his acting in RX100 directed by Ajay Bhupathi. He is Known for his performance as an antagonist in Gang Leader.

                                               

My Darling Vivian

My Darling Vivian is a 2020 American documentary film about Vivian Liberto, the first wife of Johnny Cash, directed by Matt Riddlehoover. The film premiered at the 2020 South by Southwest Film Festival, presented by Prime Video, on April 27, 2020 ...

                                               

Dressage (film)

Dressage is a 2018 Iranian film directed by Pooya Badkoobeh. The film tells the story of a 16-year-old girl and her problems and reflects social divisions within contemporary Iranian society and indicts a middle and upper class that have lost the ...

                                               

Shangri-La Suite

Shangri-La Suite is a 2016 American crime drama film directed by Eddie OKeefe and starring Emily Browning, Luke Grimes and Ron Livingston. It is OKeefes directorial debut.

                                               

Page Fifty-Four Pictures

Page Fifty-Four Pictures is an American independent entertainment production company founded by Alex Saks, located in Los Angeles, California. It specializes in film production, and film finance.

                                               

The Battle of Midway (disambiguation)

The Battle of Midway was a World War II battle. The Battle of Midway may also refer to: Battle of Midway horse 2014–2019, Thoroughbred racehorse The Battle of Midway film, 1942 documentary about the battle 1943: The Battle of Midway, 1987 shoot e ...

                                               

Kon Saab.?

Kon Saab.? is a 2019 Bollywood suspense thriller comedy and drama short movie Produced by Lucky Commando Films. Producer Lucky Bisht Director & written by Mukul Sharma. starting trun Kapur and ramkishan gujjar and lead role Himanshu Pandey & Sanj ...

                                               

Born Killers

Born Killers is a 2005 American crime drama film directed by Morgan J. Freeman and starring Jake Muxworthy, Gabriel Mann, Lauren German, Tom Sizemore and Kelli Garner.

                                               

Priyo Bandhabi

Priyo Bandhabi is a 1975 Bengali film directed by Hiren Nag. This film written by Prabodh kumar Sanyal. The film has been music composed by Nachiketa Ghosh. This is a drama film. The film starring Tarun Kumar Chatterjee, Bhanu Bannerjee, Suchitra ...

                                               

Selvakumar S. K.

Selvakumar SK is an Indian cinematographer who works in the Tamil film industry. He is best known for his works in Maanagaram, Mehandi Circus, and Gypsy.

                                               

Liberty Tree (disambiguation)

Liberty Tree or Tree of Liberty can refer to: Liberty Tree Foundation for the Democratic Revolution, American non-governmental organization Liberty pole Liberty Tree District, a historic district in Boston Jeffersons Tree of Liberty, 2008 album b ...

                                               

Zero Comico

Zero Comico is an Italian video game published in 2001 and dedicated to the characters of Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo, with numerous references to their shows and parodies of other video games. It is distributed by Medusa Games, part of Medusa Fil ...

                                               

Sai Ronak

Sai Ronak was born as Sai Kiran. In his final year of studying engineering in college, he went on to feature in several films including Pathasala 2014, Guppedantha Prema 2016, and Kaadhali 2017. In The Times of India review of Kaadhali, Ch Sushil ...

                                               

Athletes Parade

An Athletes Parade also known as a Physical Fitness Culture Parade is a traditional Soviet-era parade of national athletes and sports people, designed to promote physical education and sports among the Soviet people.

                                               

The Great War (2019 film)

The Great War is a 2019 American war drama film written and directed by Steven Luke and starring Bates Wilder, Hiram A. Murray, Billy Zane and Ron Perlman.

                                               

Spelling (disambiguation)

Spelling is the writing of words with all necessary letters and diacritics present in an accepted, conventional order. Spelling or Spellings is the name of: Randy Spelling born 1978, American actor Margaret Spellings born 1957, United States Secr ...

                                               

Afterburn

Afterburn may refer to: Afterburn film, a film starring Laura Dern Agnelli & Nelson, who write and produce dance music, under the name Afterburn, among others Afterburner, an optional component in jet engines Excess post-exercise oxygen consumpti ...

                                               

London Independent Producers

London Independent Producers was a British film production company. It was founded in 1951 by Sydney Box and William MacQuitty. Box had recently been head of production of Gainsborough Pictures, part of the Rank Organisation. After Gainsborough w ...

                                               

Goldcrest (disambiguation)

USS Goldcrest AM-78, a minesweeper commissioned in 1940 USS Goldcrest AM-80, a steel merchant trawler built in 1928 USS Goldcrest AMCU-24, a minesweeper laid down in 1944

                                               

Beatrice Beckley

Beatrice Beckley was an English-born actress on stage and screen. Beckley began her acting career in London before moving to the United States. Beckley was married to fellow actor and acting company manager James K. Hackett from 1911 until his de ...

                                               

Mira Bartok

Mira Bartok is an American author. Her memoir The Memory Palace received the National Book Critics Circle Award for Memoir/Autobiography and her novel The Wonderling is being adapted into a film.

                                               

Colonist (disambiguation)

A colonist is a settler, a person who has migrated to an area and established a permanent residence there, often to colonize the area. Colonist can also refer to: Colonist 1861, a British schooner launched in 1861 and sunk in 1890 Colonist The X- ...

                                               

Israel T. Deyo

Deyo was born on January 28, 1854 in Union, New York. He was the son of Richard Deyo and Caroline Eckert. Deyo graduated from Binghamton High School as the class valedictorian in 1875. He then attended Amherst College, graduating with a Bachelor ...

                                               

Fake news in the Philippines

Fake news in the Philippines has been problematic where social media has played a much greater role in political influence. Following the 2016 Philippine election, Senator Francis Pangilinan filed that there be an inquiry of conduct of social med ...

                                               

MasterChef Myanmar

MasterChef Myanmar is a Burmese competitive cooking show. It is based on the UK Cooking show MasterChef produced by Endemol Shine Group. It is airing on MRTV-4.

                                               

Communication art

Communication art can refer to: Visual arts – art forms that create works that are primarily visual in nature Communication design – a broad scoped mixed discipline approach to design and information-development concerned with how media and prese ...

                                               

PRX

PRX may refer to: PRX, the IATA airport code for Cox Field Airport in Paris, Texas, United States Peroxiredoxins, a family of enzymes PRX is an older alias symbol PRX gene, periactin PRX is the current official symbol PRX telephony, a telephone s ...

                                               

Childrick of Mort

Childrick of Mort is the ninth episode of the fourth season of the Adult Swim animated television series Rick and Morty. Written by James Siciliano and directed by Kyounghee Lim, the episode was broadcast on May 24, 2020 in the United States.

                                               

Daniel Kinahan

Daniel Kinahan is an Irish reputed gang boss and boxing promoter from Dublin. He has been named by the High Court of Ireland as a senior figure in organised crime on a global scale. The Criminal Assets Bureau has stated he "controlled and managed ...

                                               

XIII (2020 video game)

XIII is an upcoming first-person shooter video game developed by PlayMagic Ltd. and published by Microids for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 10, 2020. It is a remake of the 2003 video game of the same name.

                                               

UFC 252

UFC 252: Miocic vs. Cormier 3 is an upcoming mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that will take place on August 15, 2020 at the UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

                                               

List of Ultraman Z characters

The SAA, also known as Anti-Monster Special Airborne Armor 対怪獣特殊空挺機甲, Tai Kaijū Tokushu Kūtei Kikō are giant robots manufactured by STORAGE in order to combat against monsters and participating in rescue operations. The mechas were devel ...

                                               

Stars Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant

Stars Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant is a South Korean television program that airs on KBS2. It currently airs every Friday at 21:40.

                                               

John L. Smith (disambiguation)

John L. Smith is an American football coach. John L. Smith may also refer to: J. Lawrence Smith 1818–1883, American physician & chemist John L. Smith pharmaceutical executive 1889–1950, German-born American chemist, pharmaceutical executive, and ...

                                               

Krein–Smulian theorem

In mathematics, particularly in functional analysis, the Krein-Smuilian theorem can refer to two theorems relating the closed convex hull and compactness in the weak topology. They are named after Mark Krein and Vitold Shmulyan, who published the ...

                                               

Gull Island

Gull Island, Newfoundland Gull Island Nunavut Gull Island Niagara River, Ontario Gull Island, Labrador Gull Island Lake Kagawong, Ontario Mohawk Island, Lake Erie, Ontario, formerly known as Gull Island Gull Island Lake Ontario, off the Presquile ...

                                               

Aion V

The Aion V was revealed on GAC New Energys WeChat account on May 14, 2020, announcing that the model would launch on June 16, 2020. It is Aions third model after the S and LX and the brands second SUV.