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Tropical Depression Ten

Tropical Depression Ten may refer to several different tropical depressions and other storms named Ten. Other tropical depression articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 Tropical Depression Ten 2011 ...

                                               

Northshield Rings

Northshield Rings is a prehistoric site, a hillfort near the village of Eddleston and about 6 miles north of Peebles, in the Scottish Borders, Scotland. It is a Scheduled Monument.

                                               

C. palustris

C. palustris may refer to: Coespeletia palustris, a wildflower native to the Andes Claytonia palustris, a wildflower species in the purslane family known by the common names Jonesville springbeauty and marsh claytonia Caltha palustris, the kingcu ...

                                               

C. alba

C. alba may refer to: Correa alba, the white correa, a shrub species endemic to Australia Cornus alba, the Siberian, white or red-barked dogwood, a large shrub or small tree species Cryptocarya alba, the peumo, an evergreen tree species found in ...

                                               

Coeli

Coeli may refer to: Regina Coeli prison, the most notorious prison in Rome The Regina Coeli is an ancient Latin Marian Hymn of the Christian Church Porta Coeli is one of the oldest church structures in the Western hemisphere. Scala Coeli is a vil ...

                                               

Tabula Banasitana

Tabula Banasitana is an inscribed bronze tablet produced in the second century AD. Found in 1957 near the village of Banasa in Morocco, it documents how a notable of the Berber tribe of Zegrenses successfully petitioned to receive Roman citizensh ...

                                               

Paned window (architecture)

In architecture, a paned window is a window divided into panes of glass, usually rectangular pieces of glass that are joined to create the glazed element of the window. Window panes are often separated from other panes by lead strips, or glazing ...

                                               

Marchmont Street

Marchmont Street is a street in the London Borough of Camden, in London, England. It is the major high street serving southern Kings Cross and eastern Bloomsbury. It links the Brunswick Centre and Russell Square tube station at its south to Tavis ...

                                               

MOOP

"Moop" or "MOOP" may refer to: MOOP electrical safety, a concept found in the standard for medical electrical equipment IEC 60601-1 A term for negative emotions on the cartoon series Bravest Warriors Massive Open Online Papers, collaboratively au ...

                                               

Willow Wash

Willow Wash Day Wash, Navajo County, Arizona Willow Wash Lake Havasu, Colorado River, Mohave County, Arizona Willow Wash San Pedro River, Cochise County, Arizona

                                               

Springsnail

Springsnail may refer to: Davis County springsnail Elongate-gland springsnail South Sierra Nevada springsnail Distal-gland springsnail Chupadera springsnail Idaho springsnail Grand Wash springsnail Alamosa springsnail Bruneau hot springsnail Fair ...

                                               

Uta Pilling

1997: Alptraum Arche, DNB 356095932 1998: Sag niemals Tango, DNB 357237498 1992: Razzia im Paradies, DNB 352769440 1994: Ein Wrack im Frack, DNB 355350963

                                               

Collected Short Stories (OBrian book)

Collected Short Stories is a 1994 collection of stories by the English author Patrick OBrian. It was published in the US under the title The Rendezvous and Other Stories.

                                               

Parkside railway station

Parkside railway station or Parkside station may refer to: Taraval and 28th Avenue station, a former streetcar stop in the Parkside neighborhood of San Francisco, California, United States Parkside Halt railway station, a former station in the Sc ...

                                               

Armorial of British universities

The armorial of British universities is the collection of coats of arms of universities in the United Kingdom. Modern arms of universities began appearing in England around the middle of the 15th century, with Oxfords being possibly the oldest un ...

                                               

M6 Motorway (Sydney)

Stage 1 of the M6 Motorway, previously known as the F6 extension during preliminary planning stages, is a proposed motorway consisting of twin, 4-kilometre long tunnels linking the M8 Motorway at Arncliffe to President Avenue at Kogarah. Stage 1 ...

                                               

Gutner Point

Gutner Point is a 69-hectare Local Nature Reserve on Hayling Island in Hampshire. It is owned by Hampshire County Council and managed by Hampshire Countryside Service. It is part of Chichester and Langstone Harbours Ramsar site and Special Protec ...

                                               

D. floribunda

D. floribunda may refer to: Drimia floribunda, a perennial plant Delosperma floribunda, a succulent plant Dillwynia floribunda, a bushy shrub Delonix floribunda, a legume endemic to Madagascar Dracaena floribunda, a lilioid monocot Dioscorea flor ...

                                               

Caucasicum

Symphytum caucasicum, an ornamental plant Trifolium caucasicum, a clover Tripleurospermum caucasicum, an aster Rhododendron caucasicum, an alpine variety of rhododendron Sempervivum caucasicum, a succulent plant Erythronium caucasicum, a bulbous ...

                                               

Cuando Hay Amor

Cuando Hay Amor is a song by Cuban-American singer Gloria Estefan. It was officially released on June 12, 2020, as the lead single from Estefans fourteenth studio album, Brazil305. It was written by Emilio Estefan, Nicolas Tovar and newcomer, And ...

                                               

Michael Radanovics

Born in Steyr, Radanovics passed his school-leaving examination in 1976. He studied violin with Michael Frischenschlager from 1977 to 1985 and music education at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna from 1978 to 1981. He studied jaz ...

                                               

She Was Poor but She Was Honest

She Was Poor but She Was Honest ", sometimes known as the Whole World Over or by other names, is a traditional seriocomic song or monologue. It is Roud Folk Song Index number 9621. The consensus is that it originated in the late 19th century Engl ...

                                               

National Academy of Internal Affairs

The National Academy of Internal Affairs is an educational institution in the Ministry of Internal Affairs that serves as a higher lever training center for future personnel of the National Police of Ukraine. It is one of seven educational instit ...

                                               

Katharina Wolpe

Katharina Petra Wolpe was an Austrian born British pianist. Her repertoire included Austrian and German composers but in particular Schumann, Brahms, Arnold Schoenberg and her own father.

                                               

Santosh Ghante

He is the disciple of Late Pt. Appasaheb Jalgonkar. He did a series of workshops with school children during 10 to 30 September 2006, He was able to cover 50 schools from Latur district, these were introductory workshops around classical music. H ...

                                               

Paul Reveres Midnight Ride

The Midnight Ride was the alert to the colonial militia in April 1775 to the approach of British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord. The ride occurred on the night of April 18, 1775, immediately before the battles of Lexington and ...

                                               

List of Filipino Canadians

This is a list of Filipino Canadians who have made significant contributions to Canadian culture, politics, or society. It also includes those with notable mentions in Canadian media. To be included in this list, the person must have a Wikipedia ...

                                               

Hag: The Best of Merle Haggard

Thom Jurek of AllMusic stated that the album "may be the best single-disc representation of the mans music out there", calling the sound and the package "phenomenal" and concluding, "This is sure to turn anyone who is curious into a Haggard fan. ...

                                               

Esta boca es mia (album)

Esta Boca es Mia is the ninth studio album of the Spanish singer-songwriter Joaquin Sabina released in 1994, two years after the release of his previous album Fisica y quimica. This album didnt reach the same level of popularity and commercial su ...

                                               

Lady Wood

Lady Wood is the second studio album by Swedish singer Tove Lo. It was released on 28 October 2016 by Island Records. Lady Wood is considered the first half of a two-piece concept album that describe "highs, lows and ultimate demise of a relation ...

                                               

Soule (singer)

Soules singing was spotted online by a Dublin musician, Precious, in 2015 and she was invited to feature on a song he was recording at Diffusion Lab, an experimental production house in Dublin. This is the studio in which Soule has produced all o ...

                                               

Awaken the World

Awaken the World is the first studio album by Chinese boy group WayV. It was released digitally on June 9, 2020, and physically on June 18, 2020, by Label V and SM Entertainment, with Dreamus as the South Korean distributor and Owhat as the distr ...

                                               

Bratland

Bratland is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Brita Bratland 1910–1975, Norwegian folk singer Ingebjorg Bratland born 1990, Norwegian folk singer, kveder and artist Sondre Bratland born 1938, Norwegian folk singer, song teacher ...

                                               

Hulkoff

Hulkoff is the stage name of Swedish musician Par Hulkoff. His first releases were as the lead singer and guitarist for industrial metal band Raubtier in 2009, and then country-rock group Bourbon Boys. Since 2017 he has been active as a solo arti ...

                                               

Go Crazy (Chris Brown and Young Thug song)

Go Crazy is a song by American singer Chris Brown and rapper Young Thug. The song is taken from their joint mixtape Slime & B, released on May 5, 2020. Two weeks later, on May 19, 2020, it was released as the projects sole single. The song sample ...

                                               

SBQ

SBQ can mean or refer to: The Sociedade Brasileira de Quimica Brazilian Chemical Society The Wellington, New Zealand-based jazz quartet featuring pianist Paul Carnegie-Jones S til b enium Q uartenized Sibi Airport SBQ, a domestic airport located ...

                                               

Drug policy of South Korea

Under Korean law, Koreans are prohibited from using drugs, even when if they are in a country where the use of drugs is legal. South Koreans are forbidden to smoke weed, even if they are in countries where cannabis use is legalised or tolerated. ...

                                               

Forever + Ever x Infinity

The band began work on a new studio album after completing From the Screen to Your Stereo 3 2019, the bands long-running series of compilation albums where the band records unlikely pop punk cover versions of songs from popular films, such as "Le ...

                                               

1, 2, Miss You

1, 2, Miss You is a song by Belgian singer and songwriter Blanche. It was released as a digital download on 8 May 2020 by PIAS Belgium as the fourth single from her debut studio album Empire. The song was written by Ellie Delvaux, Jessica Sharman ...

                                               

Ladislav Bubnar

Ladislav Bubnar is a Czech and Russian singer and musician. In 2017, he was a finalist of the Russian "The Voice" on Channel One.

                                               

List of television series with lesbian characters

This is a list of characters in live action television that either self-identify as lesbian or have been identified by outside parties to be lesbian. Listed characters are either recurring characters, cameos, guest stars, or one-off characters. F ...

                                               

Kate NV

Ekaterina Shilonosova, known professionally as Kate NV, is a Russian singer-songwriter, producer and vocalist in the Moscow-based post-punk band Glintshake. Her debut solo album Binasu was released on 2016, followed by для FOR in 2018 and Room fo ...

                                               

Winwin

Dong Sicheng, known professionally as Winwin, is a Chinese singer, rapper, and dancer based in South Korea and China. He is best known as a member of the South Korean boy group, NCT and its sub-units NCT 127, NCT U, and China-based unit WayV.

                                               

Kind Words (And a Real Good Heart)

Kind Words is a song written and recorded by British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading, released as a single from her tenth studio album, Sleight of Hand. The single entered the UK Singles Chart for just one week, peaking at No. 81. It also reac ...

                                               

Bharat Swamy

Bharat Swamy led the first commercially successful rock band in India. He is one of the pioneers of rock music in India, and was the original composer, songwriter and vocalist for the band Agni. He is an engineer by profession, but always wanted ...

                                               

Haywood

In Canada Haywood, Manitoba In the United Kingdom Great Haywood, Staffordshire Haywood, Herefordshire Little Haywood, Staffordshire In the United States Haywood, North Carolina Hayward, California, formerly Haywood Haywood County, Tennessee Haywo ...

                                               

Antje Weithaas

Antje Weithaas is a German classical violinist. Apart from solo recitals and chamber music performances, she has played with leading orchestras in Europe, Asia and the United States.

                                               

Jackie Jackson (bassist)

Clifton "Jackie" Jackson is a Jamaican bass player, who was an important session musician on ska, rocksteady and reggae records in the 1960s and 1970s, and later a member of Toots and the Maytals.

                                               

Manfred Weiss (composer)

Weiss was born in Niesky Upper Lusatia. He grew up in a missionary family of the Moravian Church and received violin lessons in Niesky and piano lessons in Gorlitz since his childhood. He also sang in the Kirchenchor and played organ repertoire. ...

                                               

Wolfgang Heisig

Born in Zwickau, Heisig studied piano and composition at the Hochschule fur Musik Carl Maria von Weber in Dresden between 1972 and 1978. Since 1980 he has composed short aphoristic piano pieces, which form the collection Klaviertone. He also work ...