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The Devils Daughter

The Devils Daughter 1991 film, a 1991 film directed by Michele Soavi The Devils Daughter 1915 film, a 1915 film directed by Frank Powell, believed lost The Devils Daughter 1973 film, a 1973 film directed by Jeannot Szwarc The Devils Daughter 1939 ...

                                               

Rumpelstiltskin (disambiguation)

Rumpelstiltskin Shrek, a character from the Shrek film series Rumplestiltskin Once Upon a Time also known as Mr. Gold, a character from the U.S. TV series Once Upon a Time Rumpelstilskin, a character from an episode of Between the Lions: "Hay Day"

                                               

Foxglove (disambiguation)

The term foxglove is most commonly used in botany: Chinese foxglove Rehmannia, specifically Foxglove, a common name for the plant genus Digitalis Rehmannia elata Foxglove-tree, a nickname for Paulownia tomentosa Foxglove beardtongue Foxglove may ...

                                               

Country Boy

Country Boy may refer to: Another term for cowboy Country Boy Ricky Skaggs album, 1985 Country Boy Bobby Vinton album, 1966 "Country Boy" Aaron Lewis song, 2011 "Country Boy", a 1963 song by Heinz "Country Boy", a song by Jimmy Nail, used as the ...

                                               

The Prince and the Pauper (disambiguation)

The Prince and the Pauper is an 1881 novel by Mark Twain. The Prince and the Pauper may also refer to: The Prince and the Pauper 1920 film, an adaptation starring Tibor Lubinszky as Edward VI and Tom Canty The Prince and the Pauper 2000 film, sta ...

                                               

Griff

nickname of Guy Griffiths 1915–1999, British Second World War Royal Marine pilot and prisoner of war Emyr Morus Griffith 1923–1995, half of the Miki & Griff British country music duo Griff Rhys Jones, a Welsh comedian, writer, actor and televisio ...

                                               

The Captive

The Captive, the English title of La Prisonniere, a 1968 film, the final work of French director Henri-Georges Clouzot The Captive 1915 film, a 1915 drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille The Captive 2014 film, a 2014 film directed by Atom Egoya ...

                                               

Milburn

Milburn Bay, Trinity Island, Antarctica Milburn, Cumbria, England, a village and civil parish Milburn, New Zealand, a settlement

                                               

Penitente

Penitente or penitentes may refer to A member of any historical penitent order Penitente or penitent, any typically Catholic practitioner of ritual penance A member of the Penitente Brotherhood, a lay confraternity of Catholics in New Mexico The ...

                                               

Model 15

Model 15 may refer to: Model 15 mine, a copy of the Soviet POMZ stake mounted anti-personnel fragmentation mine Consolidated Model 15, a variant of the O-17 Courier observation and training airplane used by the United States National Guard in the ...

                                               

Battle of Flanders

The Battle of Flanders is the name of several battles fought in Flanders during the First World War. Fourth Battle of Flanders 9–29 April 1918 - The Battle of the Lys/Operation Georgette, second part of the German Spring Offensive. Fifth Battle o ...

                                               

National Baptist Convention

National Baptist Convention may refer to: Joint National Baptist Convention, an event held periodically in which the conventions meet National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc., the oldest and largest denomination using this name National Baptist Con ...

                                               

Gwenyth Yarker

Yarker began her curatorial career following undergraduate study at the Open University and postgraduate research at the Courtauld Institute of Art. Yarker became honorary curator of Fine Art at the Dorset County Museum in the 1990s. In 2011 she ...

                                               

Defence of India act

Defence of India act may refer to Defence of India Act, 1971, enacted in independent India in December 1971 at the onset of the 1971 Indo-Pak war. Defence of India act and Defence of India rules, 1962, enacted in independent India during the Sino ...

                                               

L1

The level-1 CPU cache in a computer A class of FM broadcast station in North America L1, the common name for the Soviet space effort known formally as Soyuz 7K-L1, designed to launch men from the Earth to circle the Moon without going into lunar ...

                                               

Senator Ramirez

Senator Ramirez or Ramirez may refer to: Heladio Ramirez born 1939, Senate of Mexico Juan Lozano Ramirez born 1964, Senate of Colombia Itzamar Peña Ramirez born 1974, Senate of Puerto Rico Juan Andres Ramirez born 1947, Senate of Uruguay Victor R ...

                                               

Tito Trocchi

Tito Trocchi was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked in the diplomatic service of the Holy See. He became an archbishop in 1915 and led the papal representations in Cuba and Bolivia. He spent the last twenty years of his life wor ...

                                               

List of municipal presidents of Tuxtla Gutierrez

Joaquin Gonzalez, 1943-1944 Abraham Gamboa, 1930 Celso Selvas, 1935-1936 Gustavo Lopez Gutierrez, 1933-1934 Jesus Gamboa, 1937-1938 Alvaro Raquel Mendoza, 1956-1958 Eduardo Sanchez Chanona, 1929 Mario Culebro, 1925 Jose Ricardo Borges Espinosa, 1 ...

                                               

27th Battalion

27th Battalion may refer to: 2/27th Battalion Australia, a unit of the Australian Army 27th Machine-Gun Battalion New Zealand, a unit of the 2nd New Zealand Division during the Second World War 27th Battalion City of Winnipeg, CEF, a unit of the ...

                                               

Kon

Kon, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland Kon Tum province, Vietnam Kon Tum, capital of Kon Tum province, Vietnam. Kon, India, a town in the Thane district of Maharashtra Karkhaneh-ye Sefid Kon, a village in Lorestan Province, Iran

                                               

Dahl

Waldbrol-Dahl, Waldbrol, Oberbergischer Kreis, Germany Dahl, Wiehl, Oberbergischer Kreis, Germany Monchengladbach-Dahl, Monchengladbach, Germany Dahl, a location in Olpe, Germany Dahl, Solingen, Germany Dahl, a village in the commune of Goesdorf, ...

                                               

Sietske Pasveer

Sietske Pasveer was a Dutch female kortebaanschaatsen speed skater. At the age of 17 she won her first prize money. Her peak year was the winter of 1939-1940 when she skated fl. 400 in price money. On 22 December 1939 she won the Dutch national c ...

                                               

Dardanelles (disambiguation)

Dardanelles EP 2006 - self-titled debut extended play by indie rock band of the same name. Dardanelles - indie rock band from Melbourne, Australia. Dardanelles - strait and internationally significant waterway in northwestern Turkey. Dardanelles ...

                                               

Danao

Danao, Ormoc City, a barangay in Ormoc, in the province of Leyte, Philippines Danao-Danao Island, Iloilo Danao City, in the province of Cebu, Philippines Danao, Bohol, a municipality in the province of Bohol, Philippines Danao, a barangay in Jani ...

                                               

FJS

FJS may refer to: Franz Josef Strauss, West German politician 1915-1988 FJS, airline code for Florida Jet Service Federacion Juvenil Socialista FJS, Chilean socialist party joined by revolutionary Miguel Enriquez Fajar Secondary School FJS, in Bu ...

                                               

Albin

Albin given name, origin of the name and people with the first name "Albin" Albin surname Mononyms Albin rapper, real name Albin Johnsen, Swedish rapper Albin singer, mononym of Albin Sandqvist, Swedish electronic and dance pop singer Albin of Br ...

                                               

Ernst Kipfer

Ernst Kipfer was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel. He played as goalkeeper. Kipfer joined FC Basels first team as reserve goalkeeper in their 1936–37 season. He played his domestic league debut for the club in the home game at the Landh ...

                                               

J1

J-I rocket, a Japanese solid rocket expendable launch vehicle HMS J1, a 1915 World War I British submarine J1 type submarine, a World War II Imperial Japanese Navy cruiser submarines class

                                               

H7

H7, H07 or H-7 may refer to: H07, Highland-Winet Airport FAA code Halloween H20, the seventh installment in the Halloween series. H7 stud, a show jumper sporthorse breeding initiative Influenza A virus subtype H7 disambiguation, all virus contain ...

                                               

H11

H11, H-11 or H 11 may refer to: HMS Racehorse H11, a 1942 British Royal Navy R class destroyer Sanguiin H 11, a type of tannin Heathkit H-11, an OEM version of the LSI-11/03 PDP-11 computer HMS Basilisk H11, a 1930 British Royal Navy B class dest ...

                                               

Hierro (disambiguation)

Ignacio Hierro born 1978, a Mexican footballer for the Atlante F.C. Fernando Hierro born 1968, a former Spanish footballer Luis Hierro 1915 - 1991, a political figure from Uruguay

                                               

Right of way (disambiguation)

Right of way is in predominantly British usage, which allows the use of a footpath or other route on privately owned land. Right of way may also refer to: Right of way shipping, set of sailing rules on water paths regarding priority and signaling ...

                                               

Silver Lining

Silver Lining, A Silver Lining or The Silver Lining may refer to: Silver lining idiom, a metaphor for optimism in the common English-language idiom "Every cloud has a silver lining"

                                               

La Llama

La llama, by es:Fermin Estrella Gutierrez 1941 "La Llama", a poem by Borges La Llama, autobiographical account of the Spanish Civil War by Arturo Barea 1986. La Llama, collection of poems by Roberto Ledesma poet 1955.

                                               

Follower

Follower Australian rules football, Australian rules position Friending and following on social networks Ghost followers Follower, a colloquial term for a debt collector Camp follower, a civilian who follows in the wake of an army Groupie, a fan ...

                                               

Fireman (disambiguation)

A United States Navy or United States Coast Guard rate for an enlisted seaman who works on ships propulsion systems, even though steamships are no longer used Fireman steam engine, an individual employed to tend the fire for running a steam engin ...

                                               

Socialism or Barbarism (disambiguation)

Socialism or Barbarism is a concept frequently used in Marxist thought and literature. Attributed to Friedrich Engels, it became widely known through Rosa Luxemburgs "Junius Pamphlet" of 1916, where she wrote "Bourgeois society stands at the cros ...

                                               

Harry Gant (director)

Harry A. Gant was a cinematographer and film director whose work includes African American films. He directed for the Lincoln Motion Picture Company. He was the only white person at the film Company. He joined the African American film Company af ...

                                               

Edwin Middleton

Edwin Middleton was a film director in the United States. He worked in theater as part of a stock company from Philadelphia before his film career. He was an actor in an 1891 production titled Sin and Shadow. In 1906 he is credited with a part in ...

                                               

Sowers

Sowers Glacier, glacier in Ellsworth Land, Antarctica Sowers, Texas; ghost town in Dallas County near Dallas, Texas Sowers, Virginia; unincorporated community in Floyd County, Virginia

                                               

Matheson

Clan Matheson, Scottish clan of that name Matheson baronets, two baronetcies in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom Matheson Lang, a Canadian actor and playwright Matheson Bayley, a British entertainer Matheson family, a political family in Utah ...

                                               

Laura Mako

Laura Mako was an American interior designer and decorator known for decorating the homes of many Hollywood stars. She was considered "one of the best decorators in the field" and worked with clients such as Bob Hope, Henry Mancini and Dean Marti ...

                                               

Justice Party

Justice Party is the name of several different political parties around the world: Prosperous Justice Party, Indonesia Justice Party Azerbaijan Justice Party Ghana Justice Social Democratic Party, Uzbekistan Indian Justice Party, 2003-2014 Justic ...

                                               

P. nigricans

P. nigricans may refer to: Pollimyrus nigricans, the dark stonebasher, a fish species found in Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda Pyrorchis nigricans, red beaks, or elephants ears, an orchid species found in Australia Ponthieva nigricans, Schltr ...

                                               

Carpentaria (disambiguation)

Carpentaria acuminata, a palm native to tropical coastal regions in the north of Northern Territory, Australia Carpenteria, also known as the tree-anemone or bush-anemone, a flowering plant endemic to California

                                               

Salza (disambiguation)

Salza, the occasional German name of the river Sajo in central Slovakia and northeastern Hungary Salza Unstrut, a river of Thuringia, Germany, tributary of the Unstrut Salza Austria, an eastern tributary of the Enns Salza Saale, a river of Saxony ...

                                               

Norma Male

Norma Male BEM was an Australian local government administrator, the first woman to be appointed permanently to the senior role of Town Clerk in New South Wales.

                                               

Nashe Slovo

Nashe Slovo was a daily Russian language socialist newspaper published in France during the First World War. Although it only appeared for a little over a year and a half, it had an impact across Europe. From 13 September 1914 a previous Russian ...

                                               

Emily Mary Berridge

Berridge was born in 1872 and educated at Dulwich High School, Kent. The headmistress, Miss Arnold, encouraged her ambitions for a career in science. She studied at the University of London, gaining B. Sc. in Physics from Bedford College in 1898 ...

                                               

Snowbird

"Snowbirds and Townies", a song from the album The Moon Is Down by Further Seems Forever "Snowbird" song, recorded by Anne Murray in 1970 Snowbird band, a band featuring Simon Raymonde and Stephanie Dosen Snowbird album