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Open book

An Open Book poems, a collection by Orson Scott Card An Open Book, a memoir by Ruth Gordon Open access books An Open Book, an autobiography by Monica Dickens An Open Book, an autobiography by John Huston PEN/Open Book, a program fostering diversi ...

                                               

Starburst

Starburst most often refers to: Starburst region, a generic term to describe a region of space with a much higher than normal star formation Starburst candy, a brand of chewy, fruit-flavored candy Starburst galaxy, a galaxy with an exceptionally ...

                                               

Scramble

Scrambled!, a British childrens television programme Scramble comics, an enemy of the Marvel Comics Canadian superhero team Alpha Flight Scramble film, a 1970 British drama film

                                               

Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo

Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo can refer to several versions of Hanna-Barberas Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoon series: The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show September 10 – December 10, 1983: half-hour episodes made up of two eleven-minute cartoons ...

                                               

Come Undone

Come Undone may refer to: "Come Undone", a song by The Delgados, from their 2004 album Universal Audio "Come Undone" Duran song, from their 1993 album Duran "Come Undone", a song from the 2009 Placebo album Battle for the Sun "Come Undone" Robbie ...

                                               

Red herring (disambiguation)

A red herring is a figurative expression referring to a logical fallacy in which a clue or piece of information is or is intended to be misleading, or distracting from the actual question. Red herring may also refer to:

                                               

Shadow Warriors

Shadow Warriors or Shadow Warrior may refer to: Shadow Warriors band, a side-project by Sam Totman of DragonForce Kage no Gundan: Hattori Hanzo a.k.a. Shadow Warriors, a film precursor to the 1980 TV series Shadow Warriors, a book by Kenneth R. T ...

                                               

Perdition

Perdition may refer to: Perdition play, by Jim Allen Hell in Christian beliefs Road to Perdition comics, a series of fictional works by Max Allan Collins Son of perdition Road to Perdition, a film based on the graphic novel of the same name Road ...

                                               

Kamp Koral: SpongeBobs Under Years

Kamp Koral: SpongeBobs Under Years is an upcoming American CG-animated television series that will premiere on Nickelodeon in July 2020. The series is a spinoff of SpongeBob SquarePants.

                                               

Barnacle (disambiguation)

A barnacle is an arthropod belonging to the infraclass Cirripedia in the subphylum Crustacea. Barnacle may also refer to: Seborrheic keratosis, a non-cancerous benign skin growth, known as the "barnacles of old age" "Barnacles", a 2002 song by Ug ...

                                               

655321

655321 was the prisoner number of Alex, the main character from Stanley Kubricks film adaptation of A Clockwork Orange. In the original book, the prisoner number was 6655321. It may also refer to: The prisoner number of Zorak in the episode "Time ...

                                               

Im Ready

"Im Ready", by Frankie Miller from the album Once in a Blue Moon, 1973 "Im Ready" Bryan Adams song, 1983 "Im Ready" Tevin Campbell song, 1993 "Im Ready" Sam Smith and Demi Lovato song, 2020 "Im Ready", by Fats Domino, 1959 "Im Ready", by Kano, 19 ...

                                               

Strawberry shortcake

Strawberry Shortcake is a character and franchise created by American Greetings. Strawberry shortcake may refer to: The shortened title of Strawberry on the Shortcake, a Japanese romance movie Strawberry Shortcake 2003 TV series "Strawberry Short ...

                                               

Phantom Express

Phantom Express may refer to: The Phantom Express 2013 TV episode, season 17 number 13 episode 401 of Thomas & Friends, see List of Thomas & Friends episodes The Phantom Express 1942 radio episode, season 2 number 6 episode 58 of Inner Sanctum, s ...

                                               

Tabby (disambiguation)

A tabby is a cat with a distinctive coat and informally to refer to any domestic cat, particularly a female one. Tabby may also refer to: Variation of Tabitha, Tabatha or Tabetha, a feminine given name Tabby Callaghan, a musician Tabby concrete, ...

                                               

Back Street

Back Street 1941 film, based on the novel Back Street 1932 film, based on the novel Backstreet Transformers, a fictional character in the Transformers universe Back Street 1961 film, based on the novel - starring Susan Hayward, John Gavin

                                               

Swerve

Swerve may refer to: Clinamen, a concept in early atomic theory Turning an automobile sharply to avoid a road hazard A brand of Erythritol-based sugar substitute The curved flight of a spinning object due to the Magnus effect

                                               

Zea Abad (Thathri)

Zea Abad is a village, also known as Grid Station Thathri and Madan Chittar is located near Thathri town on Batote-Kishtwar National Highway 244 and listed in Jangalwar panchayat of tehsil Phagsoo in Doda District.

                                               

Control Freak (disambiguation)

Control Freaks TV episode, a 2005 episode of the television show "Danny Phantom", see List of Danny Phantom episodes Control Freaks TV series, a weekly video game review television show Control Freak! TV episode, a 2001 episode of the television ...

                                               

CTX

Cerebrotendineous xanthomatosis, a genetic disorder Cyclophosphamide, an anticancer drug Chemotherapy, treatment of cancer with cytotoxic drugs Ciguatoxin, a neurotoxin produced by marine dinoflagellates Conotoxin, a toxin found in cone snail ven ...

                                               

Debutante (disambiguation)

A debutante is a girl or young lady from an aristocratic or upper-class family introduced to society at a formal "debut" presentation. Debutante may also refer to:

                                               

Wonder Woman 2

Wonder Woman 2 or variation, may refer to: Wonder Woman Volume II, various second volumes of various Wonder-Woman comic books, see Publication history of Wonder Woman Wonder Girl, Wonder Womans teen sidekick and potential successor Wonder Woman 1 ...

                                               

Kalki (2017 film)

Kalki is a 2017 Tamil-language short film starring Kishore and Yasmin Ponnappa in the lead roles. The film was directed by Dhilip Kumar and written by film critic Baradwaj Rangan. The film released on May 17, 2017.

                                               

Watch the Birdie

Watch the Birdie 1958 film, a Woody Woodpecker short cartoon Watch the Birdie 1950 film, featuring Red Skelton Watch the Birdie, a 1975 short film in The Dogfather series

                                               

Fujifilm X-A7

The Fujifilm X-A7 is an entry-level rangefinder-styled digital mirrorless camera announced by Fujifilm on September 12, 2019. The camera was available with a 15-45mm lens starting October 24, 2019. The X-A7 is the latest release of the series.

                                               

New Worlds

New Worlds magazine, a British science fiction magazine "New Worlds" comics, a X-Men storyline by Grant Morrison New Worlds, an imprint of Caliber Comics

                                               

Apollyon (disambiguation)

Apollyon is the Greek name for Abaddon, the spiritual being named as the destroyer, the exterminator, in Christian apocalyptic theology. Apollyon or Appolyon may also refer to: Apollyon, an incarnation of the Marvel Comics character Fantomex in t ...

                                               

Fatal Attraction (disambiguation)

Fatal Attraction is a 1987 American psychological thriller film directed by Adrian Lyne starring Michael Douglas, Glenn Close, and Anne Archer. Fatal Attraction or Fatal Attractions may also refer to:

                                               

Sartorius

Sartorius may refer to: Sartorius Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, a fictional character in the anime television series Doctor Erasmus Sartorius, one of the characters in the video game Zork: Nemesis Sartorius surname Sartorius muscle, a long thin muscle that runs ...

                                               

Sakaki (disambiguation)

Sakaki may refer to: Giovanni Pokemon, known as Sakaki in Japan, a character from the Pokemon series Sakaki or Cleyera japonica, an evergreen tree native to Japan Yuya Sakaki, a fictional character from the Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V. Nanao Sakaki, the Japa ...

                                               

Arkana

Arkana may refer to: Arkana, an online literary magazine published by the Arkansas Writers MFA Program at the University of Central Arkansas Arkana, a character from the anime Yu-Gi-Oh! Arkayna, a main character from the new Nickelodeon show Myst ...

                                               

Yu-Gi-Oh! (disambiguation)

Yu-Gi-Oh! is a manga series by Kazuki Takahashi and its subsequent media franchise. Yu-Gi-Oh! may also refer to: Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal, a 2010 manga series written by Shin Yoshida and the fifth and sixth Yu-Gi-Oh! anime Yu-Gi-Oh! 1998 TV series, an ani ...

                                               

LPAC (disambiguation)

LPAC is a Super PAC founded in 2012 to represent the interests of lesbians in the United States. LPAC may also refer to: Lossless predictive audio compression, a lossless audio compression algorithm L-PAC, a chemical substance Liberty Political A ...

                                               

Love for Sale

Love for Sale may refer to: Love for Sale book, a 2016 book of music history by David Hajdu Love for Sale Dexter Gordon album, live album recorded in 1964 and released in 1982 Love for Sale Mary Coughlan album, 1995 Love for Sale 1951 film, a Mex ...

                                               

Imam Muhammad

Imam Muhammad may refer to: Muhammad al-Shaybani, student of Abu Hanifa Muhammad ibn Ali, Muhammad al-Baqir, the fourth Imam according to Mustaali and Nizari Ismaili and the fifth Imam according to Twelvers, Seveners and Karmatians Imam Mahdi, th ...

                                               

Deep River

The Deep River Western Australia The Deep River Indiana, a tributary of the Little Calumet River in northern Indiana The Deep River North Carolina, in the United States The Deep River Iowa, a minor tributary of the English River in the United Sta ...

                                               

Soul Run

Soul Run is the debut full-length album from Canadian R&B artist Tanika Charles, first released independently in Canada on May 10, 2016, and internationally on April 7, 2017 through Record Kicks. It was long-listed for the 2016 Polaris Music ...

                                               

Ludovico Marchetti

His artistic education began in the studios of Mariano Fortuny, a Spanish painter who lived in Rome during the 1870s. Shortly after completing his studies there, in 1878, aged twenty-five, he moved to France, where he would remain for the rest of ...

                                               

Jean McEwen

McEwen was born in 1923 Montreal to a Scottish father and French-Canadian mother. He began his working life as a pharmacist, having received a degree in pharmacy from the University of Montreal in 1947.

                                               

Knottingley (electoral ward)

The ward is one of 21 in the Wakefield district and has had the same boundaries since the 2004 Council election. As of 2015, the electorate stands at 12.495 of which 96.2% identify as "White British" and 69.4% of who identify as Christian. Notabl ...

                                               

Astronaut Wives Club

The Astronaut Wives Club was an informal support group of women, sometimes called Astrowives, whose husbands were members of the Mercury 7 group of astronauts. The group included Annie Glenn, Betty Grissom, Louise Shepard, Trudy Cooper, Marge Sla ...

                                               

Ze Gabriel

Jose Gabriel dos Santos Silva, known as Ze Gabriel, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for the club Internacional.

                                               

Saint Isaac

Saint Isaac of Monteluco, also called St. Isaac of Spoleto died c. 550 Saint Isaac of Armenia 338–439 Saint Isaac Jogues 1607–1646 Saint Isaac of Dafra Saint Isaac of Nineveh died c. 700 Isaac, son of Abraham in the Old Testament Saint Isaac of D ...

                                               

Hypnotize

Hypnotize may refer to: Hypnosis, a state of enhanced capacity to respond to suggestion Hypnotize album, 2005 album by System of a Down "Hypnotize" System of a Down song, title track from the above album "Hypnotize", a song by soulDecision, from ...

                                               

Swineshead

Swineshead may refer to: Church of St Nicholas, Swineshead, Bedfordshire Richard Swineshead fl. c. 1340–1354, English mathematician, logician and natural philosopher Swineshead Wood, a Site of Special Scientific Interest near Swineshead, Bedfords ...

                                               

Bernd Ladwig

Bernd Ladwig is a German political philosopher who is a Professor of Political Theory and Political Philosophy at the Free University of Berlin. He studied political science at the Free University of Berlin from 1988 to 1944, and then read for a ...

                                               

Federico Zuolo

Federico Zuolo is an Italian philosopher whose work concerns political philosophy and applied ethics. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Classics, Philosophy and History at the University of Genova. Zuolo was educated at the Univer ...

                                               

Sandra B. Rosenthal

Sandra Brener Rosenthal is an American philosopher and former Provost Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University New Orleans. She is a former president of the Metaphysical Society of America.

                                               

Buckingham House

Buckingham House can refer to: in England Buckingham Palace, originally known as Buckingham House in Canada Buckingham House fur trade post in the United States John Buckingham House, Newton, Massachusetts, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts She ...

                                               

Auspicious

Auspicious is a Latin-derived word originally pertaining to the taking of auspices by the augurs of ancient Rome. It may refer to: In English discourse on aspects of Chinese culture, the word "auspicious" is a significant concept in Auspicious nu ...