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Rapier & Dagger

Rapier & Dagger is a set of rules for a pencil-and-paper fencing duel or fencing using miniatures, published by Fantasy Games Unlimited in 1978.

                                               

Traditional and Modern Health Practitioners Together Against AIDS

Traditional and Modern Health Practitioners Together Against AIDS is a non-government organization in Uganda that promotes collaboration between traditional healers and biomedical practitioners to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and provide care f ...

                                               

Ciaran Booth

Ciaran Booth is an English born, Irish rugby union player, currently playing for Pro14 and European Rugby Champions Cup side Connachts academy. He plays in the flanker.

                                               

Wraith: The Oblivion – Afterlife

Wraith: The Oblivion – Afterlife is a virtual reality horror video game in development by the Swedish studio Fast Travel Games. It is set in the World of Darkness, and is based on White Wolf Publishings 1994 tabletop role-playing game Wraith: The ...

                                               

1010 (disambiguation)

1010 is the year AD 1010. 1010 may also refer to 1O1O, a mobile network brand owned by CSL Mobile in Hong Kong The 10:10 climate change campaign A Police code in the State of Delaware meaning "Vehicle Accident" The Belgian postal code for the Adm ...

                                               

Differential

Differential calculus Differential algebra Differential mathematics comprises multiple related meanings of the word, both in calculus and differential geometry, such as an infinitesimal change in the value of a function Differential of a function ...

                                               

Fruitas Holdings

Fruitas Holdings, Inc. is a food company in the Philippines which maintains several food and beverage kiosk chains including its flagship brand, Fruitas. It is publicly listed at the Philippine Stock Exchange.

                                               

Leptospermum thompsonii

Leptospermum thompsonii, commonly known as the monga tea-tree, is species of tall shrub that is endemic to south eastern New South Wales. It has rough, flaky bark, broadly elliptical to egg-shaped leaves with the narrower end towards the base, an ...

                                               

Ubuntu Unity

Ubuntu Unity is a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu, using the Unity interface in place of Ubuntus GNOME Shell. The first release was 20.04 LTS on 7 May 2020. Prior to the initial release it had the working names of Unubuntu and Ubuntu Unity Remix

                                               

List of High School DxD volumes

High School DxD is a light novel series written by Ichiei Ishibumi and illustrated by Miyama-Zero. It has been published in Dragon Magazine since September 20, 2008 under the Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint. The series follows Issei Hyodo, a lecher ...

                                               

Sar Shalom ben Moses

Rabbi Sar Shalom ben Moses HaLevi also callled Zuta was the last of the Egyptian geonim, he controversially held office in Fustat as the Nagid of the Egyptian community from 1170 - 1171 and again from around 1173 to 1195, during which he was exco ...

                                               

List of Jewish organizations designated by the Southern Poverty Law Center as hate groups

The Southern Poverty Law Center lists hate groups under the following types: Ku Klux Klan; Neo-Nazi; White nationalist; Racist skinheads; Extreme antigovernment movement; Black separatist/nationalist; Neo-Confederate; Christian Identity; Anti-LGB ...

                                               

Bleaklow Bomber

The Bleaklow Bomber was a US Air Force Boeing RB-29A Superfortress which crashed near Bleaklow moor in the Peak District in 1948. It was modified as a reconnaissance aircraft, rather than as a B-29 bomber. Boeing RB-29A 44-61999 was part of the 1 ...

                                               

Ashta Veeratta Stalam

Ashta Veeratta Stalam are the eight temples associated with the legend of Hindu god Shiva destroying eight different demons namely Andakasuran, Gajasuran, Jalandasuran, Thirupuradhi, Kaman, Arjunan, Dakshan and Taaragasuran. These temples are bui ...

                                               

Barbronia weberi

Barbronia weberi is a species of predatory freshwater leech in the family Salifidae. It is native to southeastern Asia but has spread to other parts of the world, including Australia, South America, southern Europe and the United States.

                                               

Darabi

Darabi and may refer to the Kurdish Darabi Clan from Kermanshah, Kurdistan with the same family name. The Darabi Clan was formed by Dara, ancestor of todays Darabi Kurds. There are no exact numbers of Darabi Clan members, but estimation says more ...

                                               

Barbushe

Barbushe was a hunter and pagan chief priest who was the most prominent leader of the indigenous animists of Dala, a place which would become the most important site in the history of the foundation of Kano, now a state in Northern Nigeria.

                                               

2020–21 in Australian soccer

The 2020–21 season is the sixteenth season of the current professional domestic soccer competition in Australia. Most events from March 2020 onwards are being disrupted or postponed due to impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia.

                                               

The Otterman Empire

The Otterman Empire is a third-person shooter party video game developed and published by British indie studio Tri-Heart Interactive. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on July 2, 2020.

                                               

Dicing with Dragons

Dicing with Dragons is an introduction to the then-new world of role-playing games. Livingstone explains how role-playing games work, and includes a solo adventure, "Eye of the Dragon", as an example. Livingstone then details the major role-playi ...

                                               

Dog Puller

Dog Puller is a dog sport created in Chernihiv, Ukraine in August, 2012. It is a relatively new sport in comparison to Agility or Disc Dog, but its popularity is growing quite fast. As Agility Dog Puller develops the speed and cooperation between ...

                                               

Minus World

The Minus World is a glitched level found in the 1985 video game Super Mario Bros. It can be encountered by maneuvering the protagonist, Mario, in a particular way to trick the game into sending them to the wrong area. Players who enter this area ...

                                               

Faceplate

Interchangeable decorative front plates for Nintendo Wii Remote musical instrument controllers Interchangeable decorative front plates for PlayStation 3 rhythm game peripherals Interchangeable bezels for Nintendo 3DS Nokia 5110, mobile phone with ...

                                               

Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix

Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix is an upcoming racing video game in development by Bamtang Games and TX Entertainment and to be published by GameMill Entertainment in North America and Maximum Games in Europe. It is the sequel to Nickelodeo ...

                                               

ZuPaPa!

ZuPaPa! is a platform arcade video game developed by Face and originally published by SNK on September 1, 2001. Starring the eponymous creature, players are tasked with travelling through nine stages, throwing small creatures called Zooks, jumpin ...

                                               

Battlestar Galactica (2003 video game)

Battlestar Galactica is a science fiction video game developed by Warthog Games and published by Universal Interactive for PlayStation 2 and Xbox. Released in 2003, it was based on the miniseries of the same name.

                                               

XBL (disambiguation)

XBL may refer to: Exploits Block List The E x clusive B us L ane in the Lincoln Tunnel that carries hundreds of buses to the Port Authority Bus Terminal and other locations in Manhattan every weekday morning. Xbox Live, an online multiplayer gami ...

                                               

Tomb of Annihilation

Tomb of Annihilation centers around the Deathcurse, a wasting disease that slowly kills anyone who’s ever been raised from the dead and prevents anyone who has died from being raised, and the Soulmonger artifact that caused the disease. "The narr ...

                                               

The Silent Cartographer

The Silent Cartographer is a level in the first-person shooter video game Halo: Combat Evolved. Taking place on the Halo ringworld, it follows the Master Chief and a group of UNSC Marines as they wage a daytime beachfront assault on the Covenant ...

                                               

Zebrafish (disambiguation)

Zebrafish may refer to: Zebrafish Danio rerio, a small tropical freshwater fish commonly used as a model organism Zebrafish journal, an academic journal focusing on research using Danio rerio and related species Zebrafish Information Network, a b ...

                                               

M. lutea

M. lutea may refer to: Mordellistena lutea, a tumbling flower beetle Markhamia lutea, a plant native to eastern Africa Mesolimnophila lutea, a crane fly Mitra lutea, a miter snail Marginella lutea, a margin shell Myceliophthora lutea, a fungus th ...

                                               

The Chop Bar

The Chop Bar is a Ghanaian food center that serves local cuisines in a contemporary dinning settings. It was founded by Elias Hage and Mona Quartey El Halabi in 2015

                                               

Fighting fish

Fighting fish may refer to species of fish in Macropodusinae subfamily as: Wild species of Macropodus genus native to eastern Asia and fight together, such as: Paradise fish Macropodus opercularis, Black paradisefish Macropodus spechti, Red-backe ...

                                               

Jewfish

Glaucosoma hebraicum, officially known as the West Australian dhufish Epinephelus itajara, the Atlantic goliath grouper Argyrosomus japonicus, traditionally known as the mulloway jewfish in eastern Australia Tandanus tandanus, known as the eel-ta ...

                                               

A Theatre For Dreamers

A Theatre For Dreamers is a 2020 literary fiction novel by Polly Samson, which entered the Sunday Times Bestseller List at Number 2 upon its April 2020 release. It is a fictionalized account of life on the Greek island of Hydra in the 1960s, feat ...

                                               

Bromley Little Theatre

Bromley Little Theatre is a community theatre in Bromley in the London Borough of Bromley, England and is a member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain and its president is the actor Michael York. The theatre was established in 1938 on it ...

                                               

The Complete Warner Bros.–Seven Arts Recordings

The Complete Warner Bros.–Seven Arts Recordings is compilation double CD of songs by American jazz pianist/composer Vince Guaraldi released by Omnivore Recordings on July 6, 2018. It contains 30 tracks, containing remastered versions of Guaraldis ...

                                               

GRN

Global Radio News, a journalism organization Swedish Broadcasting Commission Swedish: Granskningsnamnden for radio och TV Guadalupe Radio Network Government Radio Network Australia

                                               

Turn Down the Sound

Turn Down the Sound is the fourth studio album by Canadian singer Nikki Yanofsky, released on July 10, 2020. The albums lead single, "Forget" was released on January 30, 2020, with a meme music video to accompany it. The video premiered the same ...

                                               

Istar

Istar, iSTAR, or variant may refer to: ISTAR, a practice that links several battlefield functions together to assist a combat force in employing its sensors and managing the information they gather Istar Dragonlance, a fictional city set in the f ...

                                               

Marilyn Jess

Marilyn Jess is a French former erotic and pornographic actress. For almost ten years, from 1977 to 1986, she was one of the best-known actresses in the French porn film industry, along with Brigitte Lahaie. Jess was nicknamed "Platinette" becaus ...

                                               

Slayton A. Evans, Jr.

Slayton A. Evans, Jr. was an American chemist and professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He was a leading researcher into organophosphorus chemistry. His research led to a greater understanding of the functions of organophosp ...

                                               

Charlotte Pourret Wythe

Charlotte Pourret Wythe is a British actress, singer and dancer best known for her roles in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in 2018, Billy Elliot the Musical in 2015-16, both in the West End, and the UK & Ireland tour of Annie in 2019. She also ...

                                               

Mission San Borja Hot Springs

Mission San Borja Hot Springs are located on the grounds of the historical Mision San Francisco Borja near the town of Rosarito in Baja California, Mexico.

                                               

Lerins

Caprasius of Lerins died 430, a hermit who lived in Lerins, Provence Vincent of Lerins died 440s, a Gallic monk and author of early Christian writings Antony of Lerins ca. 468–ca. 520, a Christian saint

                                               

La Ferte

La Ferte is a French toponym meaning a fortress or bastion, derived from Gallo-Roman firmitate, ultimately from Latin firmus, meaning stable or strong. It is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: La Ferte-Loupiere, in the Yo ...

                                               

Morteza Niknejad

Morteza Niknejad was an Iranian Shia Twelver who was a member of Islamic Coalition Party. Niknejad was born in 1942 in the south of Tehran in a religious family; he was a religious person since his period of adolescence, too. Morteza passed his p ...

                                               

Reza Saffar-Harandi

Reza Saffar-Harandi was an Iranian Twelver Shia Muslim who was a member of Islamic Coalition Party. He was born in 1946 in a religious family; His father was Ali-Asqar Harandi who was a Shia cleric. Reza Saffar-Harrandi, studied at religious less ...

                                               

Kopeysk Machine-Building plant

Kopeysk Machine-Building plant is a largest heavy equipment manufacturer in Kopeysk, Russia. Its headquarters are in Kopeysk, Chelyabinsk, Russia. The corporation was named after the city of Kopeysk, Chelyabinsk, where the company was founded in ...

                                               

Stanley Haviland

Stanley Haviland was a New South Wales public servant who served as Under Secretary of the Department of Local Government from 1946 to 1960, and was President of the Metropolitan Water Sewerage and Drainage Board from 1960 to 1965. He was also pr ...