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Zhang Yi

Zhang Yi may refer to: Zhang Yi politician born 1950, Communist Party Chief of Ningxia Zhang Yi badminton born 1980, Chinese badminton player Zhang Yi footballer born 1993, Chinese footballer Zhang Yi Tang dynasty died 783, official during the Ta ...

                                               

Murali

Chithrakaran Murali, An artist from Kerala Murali Kartik, Indian cricketer Murali, birth name of Karthik, Tamil film actor Murali Malayalam actor 1954–2009, Malayalam and Tamil film actor who appeared in Neythukaran and Aadhavan Murali Tamil acto ...

                                               

Rubina

Rubina may refer to: Rubina Ali born 1999, Indian child actress who played the younger version of Latika in Slumdog Millionaire 2008 Rubina Marivonne Haroon, Regional Representative for Eastern and Southern Africa for WWF International Rubina act ...

                                               

Hiroshi Yamamoto

Hiroshi Yamamoto is the name of: Hiroshi Yamamoto politician born 1954, Japanese politician of the New Komeito Party Hiroshi Yamamoto comedian born 1978, Japanese comedian from the comedy trio Robert owarai Hiroshi Yamamoto athlete born 1928, Jap ...

                                               

Sergio Garcia (disambiguation)

Sergio Garcia is a Spanish golfer. Sergio Garcia may also refer to: Sergio Garcia boxer born 1992, Spanish boxer Sergio Garcia Nario born 1982, Mexican footballer Sergio Garcia Blanco, Spanish footballer Sergio Garcia judoka born 1987, Mexican ju ...

                                               

Honest Candidate

Honest Candidate is a 2020 South Korean comedy film directed by Jang Yu-jeong, starring Ra Mi-ran, Kim Mu-yeol, Na Moon-hee, Yoon Kyung-ho and Jang Dong-joo. It is the remake of the 2014 Brazilian film O Candidato Honesto. It was released on Febr ...

                                               

Michael Hopkins

Mike Hopkins basketball born 1969, American basketball coach who played at Syracuse Michael Hopkins basketball born 1960, American former basketball coach who played at Coastal College Mike Hopkins baseball 1872–1952, baseball player

                                               

Janet Davies

Janet or Jan Davis or Davies may refer to: Janet Davis, Canadian city councillor Jan Davis born 1953, American astronaut Janet Davies actress 1927–1986, English actress Janet Davies Welsh politician born 1938, Plaid Cymru Welsh politician Jan Dav ...

                                               

Don Williams (disambiguation)

Don Williams was a country music singer. Don Williams may also refer to: Don Williams baseball scout born 1947, American baseball coach, manager, and scout Don Williams footballer 1935–1995, Australian rules footballer Don Williams footballer, bo ...

                                               

Bruce Hall

Bruce Hall may refer to: Bruce Hall, vocalist for Agent Steel Bruce Hall photographer, legally blind photographer Bruce Hall American football born 1985, American football running back Bruce Hall musician born 1953, bass guitarist for REO Speedwagon

                                               

Arthur Beales

Arthur Beales was the first official photographer for the Toronto Harbour Commission, first hired in 1914, and only retiring in 1951. His job was physically challenging, as he climbed cranes and towers, carrying the heavy and inconvenient cameras ...

                                               

GPAC

GPAC may refer to GPAC Project on Advanced Content, an Open Source multimedia framework for research and academic purposes in different aspects of multimedia, with a focus on presentation technologies graphics, animation and interactivity Geelong ...

                                               

George Merrill

George Merrill may refer to: George F. Merrill 1847–1941, former member of the Wisconsin Legislature George Sargent Merrill 1837–1900, U.S. Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic George Merrill songwriter born 1956, American songwri ...

                                               

LGB

Lets Go Blues, a chant for the NHL hockey team named the St. Louis Blues. Laser-guided bomb, a guided bomb Lectures on Government and Binding, a book by American linguist Noam Chomsky Lou Gramm Band, a band led by Lou Gramm "Lesbian, gay, and bis ...

                                               

David M. Smith (virologist)

David "Davey" M. Smith, is an American translational research virologist, Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases and Global Public Health at the University of California San Diego, Co-Director of the San Diego Center for AIDS Research, and ...

                                               

Candy bar (disambiguation)

Candy bar refers to a variety of confectioneries that are shaped in a bar form Candy bar may also refer to: Candybar phone, a form factor shape and layout of a mobile phone Chocolate bar, a confection in bar form that contains chocolate, cocoa, c ...

                                               

Jennifer Taylor

Jennifer Taylor may refer to: Jennifer Taylor Queer As Folk, a character in the American television series Queer as Folk Jenny Taylor born 1955, British cultural analyst and journalist Jennifer Taylor volleyball born 1980, British volleyball play ...

                                               

Thomas Zander Bleck

After high school, he began modeling internationally and simultaneously started his first band" Monument”. In 2008, he left the band and began focusing on solo work. In 2009, Bleck self-released an EP titled Zander Bleck. Soon after, he lent his ...

                                               

Prince Charming (German TV series)

Prince Charming is a German reality dating show that premiered on October 30, 2019 streaming on premium sector of TVNOW and began airing on April 20, 2020 on television on VOX. The concept of the show is modeled after Der Bachelor, but with gay m ...

                                               

Sounds Fake But Okay

Sounds Fake But Okay is a weekly comedy podcast that focuses on asexuality and aromanticism. The podcast is hosted by University of Michigan alumni Sarah Costello and Kayla Kaszyca. Each Sunday, Costello and Kaszyca "talk about all things to do w ...

                                               

Camryn Garrett

Camryn Garrett is an American writer. Her work has appeared in outlets such as Rookie and MTV. She published her first novel, Full Disclosure, in 2019.

                                               

Villamagna Altarpiece

Villamagna Altarpiece is a 1521 oil on panel painting by Rosso Fiorentino, produced for San Donnino a Villamagna, Villamagnas parish church, where it remained until the mid 1860s. It is now in the Diocesan Museum in Volterra. The artists second c ...

                                               

Pretty Filthy

Pretty Filthy is a 2015 musical with a book by Bess Wohl and music and lyrics by Michael Friedman. The musical is produced by American "investigative musical theatre" troupe The Civilians. The show is based on The Civilians visit to the San Ferna ...

                                               

Chrysis

Chrysis may refer to: Chrysis wasp, a genus of cuckoo wasps in the family Chrysididae Chrysis, the eponymous girl from Andros in the play Andria by Terence Chrysis, the courtesan in the novel Aphrodite: moeurs antiques by Pierre Louys Chrysis, th ...

                                               

Manship

Manship can refer to: David Manship, current publisher of The Advocate Baton Rouge Tommy Manship, English footballer Jeff Manship, American baseball player James Renwick Manship, American historian Deborah Manship, Welsh actress The characteristi ...

                                               

Larry Butler

Larry or Lawrence Butler may refer to: Lawrence Butler basketball born 1957, American basketball player Larry Butler Canadian football born 1952, American player of Canadian football Larry Butler darts player born 1957, American darts player Larr ...

                                               

Bill Butler

Bill Butler may refer to: Bill Butler cinematographer born 1921, American cinematographer Bill Butler film editor 1933–2017, 1971 nominee for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing Bill Butler politician born 1956, Scottish Labour Party politici ...

                                               

Bayda (land)

Bayda is the name of a desert between Mecca and Medina, that is without water/grass and its distance to Masjid-u-Shajarah is two kilometers - towards to the city of Mecca. According to Islamic narrations, "Khasf al Bayda" or swallowing of the arm ...

                                               

Scott Moore

Scott Moore is the name of: Scott Moore rugby league born 1988, English rugby league footballer Scott Moore sergeant, American soldier who made an online request for actress Mila Kunis to accompany him to the United States Marine Corps Ball Scott ...

                                               

Sea trumpeter

The sea trumpeter is a species of marine ray-finned fish, a grunter from the family Terapontidae. It is endemic to the southeastern Indian Ocean off the southwestern coats of Australia.

                                               

Justice Taylor

Justice Taylor may refer to: John M. Taylor Alabama judge, a Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court John Louis Taylor, a Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court Peter Taylor, Baron Taylor of Gosforth, a Lord Chief Justice of England and W ...

                                               

Epiphania

Epiphania or Epiphaneia is the feminine form of the name Epiphanius, and may refer to: Epiphania Cilicia, a city in Cilicia, now ruined Saint Epiphania of Pavia, an 8th-century Italian nun Epiphaneia horse, a race horse Hama, Syria, formerly know ...

                                               

Chris Morgan

Chris Morgan may refer to: Chris Morgan rower born 1982, Australian Olympic rower in the Beijing 2008 Olympics Christopher Morgan Royal Navy officer born 1939 Christopher Morgan politician 1808–1877, U.S. representative Chris Morgan journalist 19 ...

                                               

Sacerdos Cereris

Sacerdos Cereris or sacerdos Cerealis was the title of the Priestess of the goddess Ceres in Ancient Rome. It was one of two Roman state cults to included female priests. The worship of Demeter and Persefone were introduced in Rome as the worship ...

                                               

Curtis (disambiguation)

Curtis crater, formerly designated "Picard Z", a very small lunar crater in the western Mare Crisium

                                               

Kartz Ucci

Kartz Ucci earned a BFA and an MFA, as well as an MA in Interdisciplinary Studies from York University in Toronto. After teaching at York University, McMaster University and Ryerson University in Canada, she joined the University of Oregon facult ...

                                               

Lauren Berkowitz

Lauren Berkowitz is an Australian artist who lives and works in Melbourne. Her work is in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Her work was shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney in ...

                                               

STFU!

"STFU!" is a song by British singer-songwriter Rina Sawayama. It was released as the lead single off of her debut studio album, Sawayama on 22 November 2019 for digital download and streaming. It is a nu metal, heavy metal, pop and avant-pop trac ...

                                               

Brookie Maxwell

Maxwell was born in Manhattan, New York to parents William Maxwell, a literary editor for The New Yorker Magazine, and Emily Noyes, a poet. Maxwell received a degree in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in 1977.

                                               

Silent Agitator

Silent Agitator is a sculpture by Ruth Ewan. The sculpture is installed along Manhattans High Line, in the U.S. state of New York, from April 2019 to March 2020. Based on work by Ralph Chaplin, the art installation features a clock and the text " ...

                                               

Bianca Xunise

Xunise was born in Chicago to artistic parents; her mother was a fashion designer. Her family has Creole roots. She started as a fashion blogger, but quit "because they didn’t want to indict George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin case and after t ...

                                               

Sudduth

Sudduth may refer to: Skipp Sudduth born 1956, American theater, film, and TV actor Jill Sudduth born 1971, American competitor in synchronised swimming and Olympic champion Jimmy Lee Sudduth 1910-2007, American outsider artist and blues musician ...

                                               

Fanny Marc

Fanny Marc was a French sculptor. She was born Estelle Odile Fanny Legendre on May 22, 1858 in Paris and lived in La Ferte-sous-Jouarre, where a street, rue Fanny Marc, is named for her. Marc studied under sculptors Alexandre Falguiere, Louis-Ern ...

                                               

Cave Girls (film)

Cave Girls is a 1984 New York No Wave underground film by Kiki Smith created on Super 8 between 1981 and 1984. that makes much use of Stan Brakhage-like montage cutting.

                                               

Stuck in a Dream

Stuck in a Dream is a song by American rapper Lil Mosey, released on September 17, 2019 as the second single from his second studio album Certified Hitmaker. Featuring vocals from Gunna and production from Royce David, it peaked at number 62 on t ...

                                               

Robin Miller

Robin Miller may refer to: Roblimo Robin Miller, 1952-2018, editor, author, videographer Robin Miller nurse 1940–1975, also known as the "Sugarbird Lady", female Australian aviator and nurse Robin Miller chef born 1966, host of the American TV fo ...

                                               

Youngest pilot

The youngest pilot may refer to: Jimmy Mathis fl. 2002, youngest pilot to fly solo across the United States Matt Guthmiller born 1994, youngest person to fly solo around the world Vicki Van Meter 1982–2008, youngest pilot to fly east to west acro ...

                                               

2019–20 Illinois Fighting Illini womens basketball team

The 2019–20 Illinois Fighting Illini womens basketball team represented the University of Illinois during the 2019–20 NCAA Division I womens basketball season. The Fighting Illini, led by third-year head coach Nancy Fahey, played their home games ...

                                               

Tracy Krumm

Tracy Krumm is a textile artist, craft educator, and curator based in St. Paul, Minnesota. Krumms work combines metalworking and crochet; crafting items such as curtains and clothing out of metals and wire.

                                               

Incubus (disambiguation)

The Incubus 1982 film, a horror film starring John Cassavetes François Sagats Incubus, a 2011/2012 gay pornographic film, and directorial debut for François Sagat Incubus 2006 film, a horror film starring Tara Reid Incubus 1966 film, a film in Es ...