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Daniel G. Freedman

Daniel G. Freedman was an American psychologist and Professor in Comparative Human Development at the University of Chicago, who pioneered the use of biological and evolutionary viewpoints to understand differences of human behavior. His studies ...

                                               

Drop Dead Gorgeous

Drop Dead Gorgeous or drop-dead gorgeous may refer to: Drop Dead, Gorgeous, a post-hardcore band from Colorado, founded in 2004 Drop Dead Gorgeous film, a 1999 film directed by Michael Patrick Jann "Drop Dead Gorgeous" song, a 1997 song by Republ ...

                                               

High tension

High tension may refer to: High tension, or B battery supply to a traditional vacuum tube circuit, see HT vacuum tube High voltage High Tension 1936 film, an American comedy High Tension TV series, an Indian reality show "High Tension" song, a 20 ...

                                               

Now You See It

Now You See It may refer to: Now You See It British game show, a 1981–1995 British television game show "Now You See It" Shake That Ass, a 2009 song by Honorebel Now You See It Australian game show, a 1985–1999 childrens game show Now You See It ...

                                               

Intimate Stranger

Intimate Stranger, a 1991 documentary directed by Alan Berliner "Intimate Stranger", a 1996 episode of the television series Xena: Warrior Princess The Intimate Stranger 1947 film, an Australian film from director Roy Darling that was never compl ...

                                               

Careca (disambiguation)

Careca is a former Brazilian footballer who played as a striker. Careca may also refer to: People Careca II, or Hamilton de Souza born 1968, former Brazilian footballer who played as a striker Fernando Lopes Pereira born 1989, Brazilian internati ...

                                               

David Sharpe

David Sharpe may refer to: David Sharpe actor 1910–1980, American actor and stunt performer David Sharpe football club chairman born 1991, British football club chairman David Sharpe politician born 1946, American politician in the Vermont House ...

                                               

The Speakeasy (San Francisco)

The Speakeasy is an immersive theater production set in the 1920s during prohibition in the United States. The show takes place inside a San Francisco speakeasy and follows the stories of the staff, performers, and guests. The audience is free to ...

                                               

Campagne

Campagne is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Gare de Campagne Campagne-les-Boulonnais, in the Pas-de-Calais department Campagne, Herault, in the Herault department Campagne-les-Guines, in the Pas-de-Calais department Ca ...

                                               

Pantomime (disambiguation)

Pantomime is a type of musical comedy stage production, developed in England and designed for family entertainment, mostly performed during Christmas and New Year season. Pantomime may also refer to: "Pantomime", a song by Orgy from the album Can ...

                                               

Evel

Evel Knievel 1938-2007, American stunt performer Evel Dick Richard Louis Donato, born 1963, American winner of the reality game show Big Brother 8

                                               

Pizhai

Pizhai is a 2020 Tamil language film directed by Rajavel Krishna in his directorial debut. The film stars Ramesh, Appa Nasath, and newcomer Gokul in the lead roles.

                                               

Kanni Maadam

Kanni Maadam is a 2020 Tamil language romantic drama film directed by Bose Venkat in his directorial debut. The film stars newcomers Sriram Karthik, Chaya Devi, and Vishnu in the lead roles.

                                               

Chris Cross (disambiguation)

Chris Cross is an English musician, best known as the bass guitarist in the new wave band Ultravox. Chris Cross may also refer to: Christopher Cross album, his debut album Chris Cross magician born 1989, comedy contortionist, magician and escapol ...

                                               

Puddle (disambiguation)

A puddle is a small accumulation of liquid on a surface. Puddle may also refer to: Puddle video game Puddle M. C. Escher, a woodcut by M.C. Escher Weld puddle, a crucial part of the welding process In rowing, an oval patch of disturbed water indi ...

                                               

Sympathy Seeker

The film tells about a young teacher Nastya, who after the death of her mother decides to publish her unsent letter to an unknown Pavel. And suddenly three Pavels appear in the village at the same time.

                                               

URF

URF may refer to: URF Swedish Navy or Ubåtsraddningsfarkosten, a Swedish submarine rescue vessel University Radio Falmer, student radio station for the University of Sussex Ultra Rapid Fire, a special game mode in League of Legends a MIME type im ...

                                               

George Barry Ford

George Barry Ford was an American Roman Catholic priest, advocate of civil rights, and the chaplain who, along with Fr. Moore, led Thomas Merton to the Roman Catholic Church. Twice silenced by Cardinal Francis Spellman. Close friend of Eleanor Ro ...

                                               

Cemetery Girls

Cemetery Girls, an alternative title for The Velvet Vampire, an American vampire movie from 1971 directed by Stephanie Rothman Cemetery Girls, an alternative title for Vampire Hookers, a 1978 film directed by Cirio H. Santiago Cemetery Girls, an ...

                                               

Stunt (disambiguation)

A stunt is a difficult or unusual feat performed for film or theatre. Stunt or Stunting may also refer to: Stunt botany, a plant disease that results in dwarfing and loss of vigor Publicity stunt, a planned event designed to attract the publics a ...

                                               

Zucchini (disambiguation)

The Zucchini Warriors, a young adult novel by Gordon Korman Zucchini novel, 1982 childrens novel The Great Zucchini born 1970, American childrens entertainer

                                               

Terry Cavaretta

Terry Cavaretta aka Terry Cavaretta-St. Jules is a prominent American aerialist. In 1977, she became the first woman to perform a quadruple somersault on flying trapeze. She is listed in the Guinness Book of Records for achieving the most triple ...

                                               

Suspense (disambiguation)

Suspense is a feeling of uncertainty and anxiety about the outcome of certain actions. Suspense may also refer to: Suspense 1946 film, a film starring Barry Sullivan Suspense album, a 1984 album by Pink Lady Suspense Digest, an Urdu magazine in P ...

                                               

Battle of the Bulge (disambiguation)

Battle of the Bulge: Hitlers Alternate Scenarios, an alternate history anthology Battle of the Bulge 1991 film, a Canadian comedy short film Battle of the Bulge 1965 film, an American widescreen epic war film The Battle of the Bulge. The Brave Ri ...

                                               

The Clock

The Clock or The Clocks may refer to: The Clock radio, a dramatic anthology radio series from 1946–48 The Clock 1945 film, a 1945 American film The Clock 2010 film, a 24-hour art video by Christian Marclay The Clock comics, the first masked comic ...

                                               

Saboteur (disambiguation)

The Saboteurs TV series or The Heavy Water War, a 2015 television series The Saboteur: Code Name Morituri or Morituri, a 1965 American film Saboteur film, a 1942 film directed by Alfred Hitchcock

                                               

Indian scout

Indian scout or Indian Scout may refer to: Davy Crockett, Indian Scout, 1950 Western film a boy scout or girl scout who is American Indian, see American Indian Scouting Association A reconnaissance, soldier or paramilitary that operates in the bu ...

                                               

Lost for Words

"Lost for Words" Pink Floyd song Lost for Words Mach One album A Loss for Words, American pop punk band from Massachusetts Lost for Words Acceptance album "Lost for Words", a song by Saga from their album 20/20 2012 "Lost for Words" Ronan Keating ...

                                               

Guns and Roses (disambiguation)

Guns N Roses is an American hard rock band. It is also the name of the bands second EP Guns N Roses, and a pinball game named after them, Guns N Roses. Guns and Roses may also refer to: Guns and Roses Volume. 1, the debut studio album of the Ghan ...

                                               

Super Express

Super Express may refer to: Super Express newspaper, a Polish tabloid newspaper Super Express USA, a Polish-American newspaper Super Express film, a 2016 Chinese film directed by Song Xiao

                                               

Walking Tall

Walking Tall may refer to: Walking Tall: Final Chapter, a 1977 sequel to Walking Tall Part 2. A Real American Hero film, a 1978 made-for-television remake of Walking Tall 1973. Walking Tall 1973 film, a 1973 film Walking Tall TV series, a 1981 te ...

                                               

Forever Love

"Forever Love" Alisa Mizuki song, 1997 "Forever Love" X Japan song, 1996 "Forever Love" Reba McEntire song, 1998 "Forever Love" Cute song, 2008 "Forever Love" TVXQ song, 2007 "Forever Love" Ami Suzuki song, 2004 "Forever Love" Gary Barlow song, 1 ...

                                               

Fatherland (disambiguation)

Fatherland is the nation of ones "fathers", "forefathers" or "patriarchs". Fatherland may also refer to: Fatherland novel, an alternative history novel by Robert Harris Fatherland 1994 film, a television film inspired by Harriss novel "Fatherland ...

                                               

P. 6803

P. 6803 also called Sri Kailash west is a mountain of the Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India.The elevation of Sri Kailash west is 6.803 metres and its prominence is 443 metres. It is 32nd highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda D ...

                                               

Public opinion (disambiguation)

Public opinion is the aggregate of individual attitudes or beliefs held by the adult population. Public opinion may also refer to: Public Opinion Chambersburg, a morning newspaper published in the Greater Chambersburg area Public Opinion book, a ...

                                               

Riley D. Housewright

Riley D. Housewright was an American microbiologist who conducted research on germ warfare. Having been assigned to the Fort Detrick laboratory in the mid-1940s and appointed scientific director in 1956, Housewright played a major role in the dev ...

                                               

FN Grand Browning

The FN Grand Browning was a prototype semi automatic pistol manufactured by FN Herstal of Belgium. The weapon was an M1911 type pistol intended for the european market butchambered in the 9.65x23mm round.

                                               

The Morning News

The Morning News may refer to: The Morning News online magazine The Morning News, a predecessor of The News Journal, a newspaper in Delaware The Morning News American newspaper, in Florence, South Carolina Morning News Canadian morning TV show, i ...

                                               

Illustrated (disambiguation)

Illustrated may refer to: Sports Illustrated Kids Hero Illustrated Classics Illustrated Science Illustrated The War Illustrated Marvel Illustrated Frost Illustrated Lloyds Illustrated London Newspaper Railroads Illustrated Fiction Illustrated Hor ...

                                               

PSR-90

The PSR-90 is a Pakistani semi-automatic 7.62×51mm Sniper rifle designed and manufactured by Pakistan Ordnance Factories. It is used by the SSG commandos.

                                               

Association Royale des Descendants des Lignages de Bruxelles

The Association Royale des Descendants des Lignages de Bruxelles is a hereditary organization of individuals who have documented their descent from at least one member of the Seven Noble Houses of Brussels.

                                               

2013 EMF miniEURO

The 2013 EMF miniEuro was the fourth edition of the EMF miniEURO for national Small-sided football teams. It was hosted in Rethymno, Greece, from 10 to 13 October 2013. The final tournament was contested by 24 teams. The matches were played in on ...

                                               

Savannah Jazz Festival

The Savannah Jazz Festival is an annual celebration of jazz music located in Savannah, Georgia. Admission to the event is free and open to the public. The festival takes place for eight days during the last full week in September of each calendar ...

                                               

Raj Chada

Rajesh Chada, known as Raj Chada, is a lawyer and Labour politician in England. He was the Leader of Camden London Borough Council from 2005 to 2006 and a councillor for Gospel Oak between 2002 and 2006. He is a top criminal solicitor specialisin ...

                                               

Scandal Supervisor

Scandal Supervisor is a South Korean current affairs program airing on JTBC. It airs Monday to Fridays at 15:30-17:00 KST and is presented by Song Min-kyo and Kim Ha-eun. The broadcast does not use the same color palette as other JTBC newscasts, ...

                                               

2019 National Peoples Congress

The 2019 National Peoples Congress, or the Second Session of the 13th National Peoples Congress, was held in March 2019 at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China. The session opened on 8 March and concluded on 20 March. Major state positi ...

                                               

Cirilo Rodriguez Journalism Award

The Cirilo Rodriguez Journalism Award is an award given annually by the Segovia Press Association, in collaboration with the Federation of Journalist Associations of Spain. It "is destined to publicly recognize the best work of a correspondent or ...

                                               

Athletic Park

Athletic Park can refer to many places, including: In the United States Athletic Park Buffalo, also known as Luna Park and Carnival Court Athletic Park St. Paul Athletic Park Philadelphia Athletic Park New Orleans Athletic Park Milwaukee Athletic ...

                                               

Wie is de Mol? (Dutch season 5)

The fifth season of the Dutch TV series Wie is de Mol? aired in the winter of 2005. After the series took a year off the air, Angela Groothuizen returned to host her final season. The season took place in Australia, returning to the first country ...

                                               

Sand River

Sand River, Nova Scotia, a community at the mouth of the river Sand River Vancouver Island, a river of British Columbia Sand River Alberta, a tributary of the Beaver River Sand River Nova Scotia, a protected area of Nova Scotia Sand River Ontario