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Alpha 9

Alpha 9 or Alpha-9 may refer to: Alpha 9 Robert Silverberg anthology, a science fiction anthology edited by Robert Silverberg first published in 1978 Minolta α-9Ti, a limited edition professional A-mount 35mm SLR by Minolta in 1999, also known as ...

                                               

Portrait of a Man (Rosso Fiorentino)

Portrait of a Man is a c.1522 oil on panel painting by Rosso Fiorentino, now in the National Gallery of Art in Washington. Its style is similar to that of Marriage of the Virgin 1523 and an X-ray has shown that it re-used a fragment of another wo ...

                                               

Alais meteorite

Alais or Allais is the first carbonaceous chondrite meteorite identified. It fell near Ales in 1806 in multiple fragments which together weighed 6 kg, although only 0.26 kg remains. The meteorite contains a number of elements in similar proportio ...

                                               

Radiant

Radiant AI, a technology developed by Bethesda Softworks for The Elder Scrolls games GtkRadiant, a level editor created by id Software for their games Radiant, the team that opposes Dire on Dota 2 Radiant software, a content management system

                                               

Seattle Sourcebook

Seattle Sourcebook is a campaign setting that describes Seattle in 2050: the neighborhoods, government, economy, and dominant corporations, and how they all interlink.

                                               

List of Pokemon books

Novelizations of films include: Pokemon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea

                                               

Skyfall (disambiguation)

"Skyfall", a song by Travis Scott from the album Days Before Rodeo Skyfall: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, the soundtrack for the film of the same name - does not contain the title song performed by Adele "Skyfall" Adele song, the theme song ...

                                               

Apple Music Up Next

Apple Music: Up Next is a monthly program published by Apple Music aimed at identifying, showcasing and elevating rising star talent. Each month, Apple Musics editorial team selects an artist to promote in order to raise global awareness of the a ...

                                               

Christmas tree (disambiguation)

Christmas Trees 2010 film, a 2010 Russian comedy film produced and directed by Timur Bekmambetov The Christmas Tree 1969 film, French film, also known as LArbre de Noel The Christmas Tree 1996 film, a 1996 TV movie starring Julie Harris and Andre ...

                                               

Book of Dreams (disambiguation)

My Education: A Book of Dreams, a collection of essays by William S. Burroughs The Book of Dreams of Ibn Abi al-Dunya Book of Dreams, a novel by T. Davis Bunn 2012 Book of Dreams, by Wang Zhaoyuan The Book of Dreams, a young adult fantasy novel b ...

                                               

Confession de minuit

Confession de minuit, written by Georges Duhamel in 1920, is the first volume in the five-part series Vie et aventures de Salavin. In 1950, this novel was included in the list of the Grand prix des Meilleurs romans du demi-siecle.

                                               

Martin Wistinghausen

Born in Dusseldorf, Wistinghausen studied singing Kurt Moll, Rudolf Piernay, voice pedagogy, musical composition Ernst Bechert, Ulrich Leyendecker, German Studies and History Magister in Cologne, Mannheim and Dusseldorf. Most recently he received ...

                                               

Syed Sher Ali Shah

The Sheikh began learning from home, learned the Qur’an, fundamental books in Arabic and Persian with his father Maulana Qudrat Shah and some books of Persian poetry from Hazrat Maulana Abdul Rahim, and "Nahw and Sarf" Arabic Grammar from Hazrat ...

                                               

Green Bay Phoenix mens basketball statistical leaders

The Green Bay Phoenix mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Green Bay Phoenix mens basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. Within those areas, the ...

                                               

Jamie Susskind

Jamie Susskind is the son of Richard Susskind, a notable British author, and is Jewish. He studied history and politics at Oxford University. He later studied law and was appointed as a research fellow at Harvard’s Kerman Klein Center for Interne ...

                                               

A Billion Heartbeats

The first single released from the album was "Hospital Radio" on 8 July 2019, and it was first played on Steve Lamacqs BBC Radio 6 Music show. The next single, "Screwdriver", was released on the 5 August 2019, alongside the announcement of the al ...

                                               

David Constable (artist)

David Constable is a British candlemaker and author, who runs Candle Makers Supplies in Gelligroes Mill, Blackwood, Caerphilly, Wales. An expert in candle making, he is noted for being a candlemaker to the British royal family for over 30 years a ...

                                               

List of Horrible Histories cast members

This is a list of actors who have appeared in the BBC childrens series Horrible Histories, its 2015 reboot, and game show spin off, Horrible Histories: Gory Games. They are based on the popular British book series of the same name by Terry Deary. ...

                                               

Dont Drink the Water

Dont Drink the Water play, a 1966 play by Woody Allen Dont Drink the Water 1994 film, a television movie by Allen, adapted from his play Dont Drink the Water 1969 film, a film adaptation of the play starring Jackie Gleason Dont Drink the Water TV ...

                                               

The Edge of Tomorrow

The Edge of Tomorrow or Edge of Tomorrow may refer to: The Edge of Tomorrow, a 1961 short story collection by Howard Fast The Edge of Tomorrow Asimov book, a 1985 collection by Isaac Asimov Edge of Tomorrow, a fictional TV series in the sitcom Ho ...

                                               

What Time Is It?

"What Time Is It?", a song by Spin Doctors from Pocket Full of Kryptonite 1991 "What Time Is It?" song, a song from the film High School Musical 2 2007

                                               

Belief (disambiguation)

Belief is a psychological state in which an individual holds a proposition or premise to be true. Belief may also refer to: Belief sociology, an element of performance, in Erving Goffmans dramaturgical sociology Religious belief, a belief regardi ...

                                               

Disco Volante

The term Disco Volante may refer to; Disco Volante ship, seen in Ian Flemings novel Thunderball Disco Volante, album by the band Cinerama Bodegas Disco Volante, the ship piloted by fictional character Bodega as featured on The Triforce Podcast by ...

                                               

Body Snatcher (disambiguation)

The Body Snatcher film, 1945 film adaptation of Stevensons story "The Body Snatcher", 1885 short story by Robert Louis Stevenson The Body Snatchers, 1955 novel by Jack Finney Invasion of the Body Snatchers 1978 film, remake of the 1956 film Body ...

                                               

Trust Me

Trust Me 1989 film, starring Adam Ant Trust Me 2007 film, written and directed by Andrew Kazamia Trust Me 2010 film, a Swedish film written and directed by Johan Kling Trust Me 2013 film, an American film written and directed by Clark Gregg

                                               

Period Stuff

Period Stuff is a collection of short stories by the English author Dornford Yates, some written in 1939 but not published in book form until 1942. Some of the tales had originally appeared in The Windsor Magazine and others in The Strand Magazine.

                                               

Maiden Stakes

Maiden Stakes is a 1928 collection of short stories by the English author Dornford Yates, first published in The Windsor Magazine.

                                               

And Five Were Foolish

And Five Were Foolish is a 1924 collection of short stories by the English author Dornford Yates, first published in The Windsor Magazine.

                                               

As Other Men Are

As Other Men Are is a 1925 collection of short stories by the English author Dornford Yates, first published in The Windsor Magazine.

                                               

Turtles All the Way Down

Turtles All the Way Down may refer to: Turtles All the Way Down novel, a 2017 novel by John Green "Turtles All the Way Down" Awake, the thirteenth and final episode of the American television police procedural fantasy drama Awake "Turtles All the ...

                                               

Claws (song)

Claws is a song by English singer-songwriter Charli XCX. It was released as the second single from her fourth studio album, How Im Feeling Now, on 23 April 2020. Like the previous single, "Forever", the song has three official cover artworks, des ...

                                               

Invisible Woman (disambiguation)

Invisible Woman is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Invisible Women or The Invisible Woman or variation, may refer to: Invisible person, a SF concept

                                               

Tapestry (disambiguation)

Tapestry, Inc., formerly Coach, Inc, an American multinational luxury fashion company based in New York City, founded in 1941 Tapestry Technologies, a small privately owned systems integration defense contractor in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, fou ...

                                               

Abbot (disambiguation)

An abbot is the head of a monastery, usually used in a Christian context, but can also be used in a Buddhist context: Abbot Buddhism Abbot may also refer to:

                                               

Infinity Blade: Awakening

Infinity Blade: Awakening is a novella by fantasy author Brandon Sanderson. It is based on the action role-playing iOS video game Infinity Blade developed by Chair Entertainment and Epic Games, and serves as a story bridge between the first and t ...

                                               

West Bengal Film Journalists Association Award for Best Actor

The West Bengal Film Journalists Association Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role is given yearly by WBFJA as a part of its annual West Bengal Film Journalists Association Awards for Bengali films, to recognize the best actor of the previous year.

                                               

Blue John

Blue John or Bluejohn may refer to: Blue John album, an album by organist John Patton Blue John Gap, a fictional location in Arthur Conan Doyles short story The Terror of Blue John Gap Blue John, Kentucky, United States Blue John Cavern, a cavern ...

                                               

Dumper (disambiguation)

A dumper is an off-road vehicle designed for carrying bulk material. Dumper may also refer to: Rotary car dumper, a mechanism used for unloading railroad cars Anthony Charles Dumper born 1923, Bishop of Dudley Dumper Gobots, a heroic fictional ch ...

                                               

Shen

Shen may refer to: Shen Chinese religion 神, a central word in Chinese philosophy, religion, and traditional Chinese medicine; term for god or spirit Shen clam-monster 蜃, a shapeshifting Chinese dragon believed to create mirages Shenendehowa Cen ...

                                               

Mortimer (disambiguation)

Mortimer Common, Berkshire, England, a village generally referred to as Mortimer Mortimer Trail, a long distance footpath and recreational walk in Shropshire and Herefordshire, England

                                               

Space Patrol

Space Patrol has been the title of several science fiction works: Space Patrol 1950 TV series, the United States 1950s TV series with a concurrent radio version "Space Patrol", one of The Simpsons shorts Space Patrol Luluco Raumpatrouille, a 1966 ...

                                               

Stay Awake

"Stay Awake", by Ellie Goulding from Halcyon, 2012 "Stay Awake", by London Grammar from If You Wait, 2013 "Stay Awake" Dean Lewis song, 2019 "Stay Awake", by Field Music from Commontime, 2016 "Stay Awake" Example song, 2011 "Stay Awake", by Julia ...

                                               

Almighty

The Almighty album, a 2000 self titled album by The Almighty The Almighty band, a Scottish rock band formed in 1988 Almighty Records Ltd, a Hi-NRG remix and music producing company based in London, UK Almighty Defenders, a German gospel band form ...

                                               

Kami-sama

Kami-sama is the Japanese word for "deity" Kami-sama may also refer to: Kamisama novel, a 1994 novel by Hiromi Kawakami Kami or Kami-sama 神様, Kami-sama, a deity in Dragon Ball who is the God of Earth Kami-sama Saiyuki, a character who is a serv ...

                                               

Yggdrasil (disambiguation)

Yggdrasil is the world tree of Norse mythology. Yggdrasil may also refer to: Yggdrasill Corporation, a fictional entity in the tokusatsu series Kamen Rider Gaim A computer system used to run reality in Oh My Goddess! Yggdrasil band, a folk band f ...

                                               

Clary

meadow clary Salvia pratensis annual clary Salvia viridis sticky clary Salvia glutinosa whorled clary Salvia verticillata A common name of plants in the sage genus, Salvia, notably wild clary Salvia verbenacea silvery clary Salvia argentea Balkan ...

                                               

Star Command

Star Command may refer to: Star Command toy line and cartoon, a line of toys, action figures, and cartoons for American television in the mid 1980s. The base of operations on Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, a 2000–2001 television show featuring t ...

                                               

Little House

The Little House novel, a 1996 novel by Philippa Gregory, adapted into a 2010 TV series Little House on the Prairie, a series of novels by Laura Ingalls Wilder with later sequels by other authors such as Roger Lea MacBride The Little House, a 194 ...

                                               

House of Quiñones

The House of Quiñones is an old and noble Spanish family that emerged in Castile and Leon in the 12th century and became one of the most prominent dynasties of the Spanish kingdom until the 20th century. The original family gave rise to several b ...

                                               

Conference of the Birds (disambiguation)

The Conference of the Birds is a 12th-century classic of Persian poetry written by Farid ud-Din Attar. Conference of the Birds may also refer to: Conference of the Birds Dave Holland album 1972 Conference of the Birds: The Story of Peter Brook in ...