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Magic hat

Hat-trick magic trick, a classic magic trick where a performer will produce an object traditionally a rabbit or a bouquet of flowers out of an apparently empty top hat Witch hat, the style of hat characterized by a conical crown and a wide brim

                                               

Colditz (disambiguation)

Colditz is a city in Saxony, Germany. Colditz may also refer to: Escape from Colditz, a board game manufactured by Parker Bros. Colditz film, a 2005 two-part television film starring Damian Lewis Colditz TV series, a 1972–74 BBC television series ...

                                               

These Times Are Hard for Lovers

These Times Are Hard for Lovers is a song by English musician John Waite, which was released in 1987 as the lead single from his fourth studio album Rovers Return. The song was written by Desmond Child and Waite, and produced by Child, Frank Fili ...

                                               

Hans H. Steinberg

Steinberg trained as an actor at the West Coast Actors Studio in Vancouver. In 1993, Steinberg appeared in the series Der Fahnder and from this time on appeared in series such as Ein starkes Team, Marienhof, Die Rosenheim-Cops, SOKO 5113 and Stur ...

                                               

DTN

DTN or DtN may refer to: Delay-tolerant networking, or Disruption-tolerant networking, an approach to computer network architecture Decision Theater North, an immersive visualization space for complex decision making in Fairbanks, Alaska Down to ...

                                               

Let’s Dance – Let’s Christmas (German TV series)

Lets Dance – Lets Christmas was a Christmas special show of the german dance competition Lets Dance. The show was broadcast in 2 live shows on December 20 and 21, 2013 on RTL. The judges were Jorge Gonzalez, Motsi Mabuse and Joachim Llambi. The h ...

                                               

1960 Cypriot by-elections

By-elections were held in Cyprus on 25 September 1960 to fill the four vacant seats in the 50-member House of Representatives. One of the candidates was elected unopposed, with voting only needed for three seats.

                                               

Christian democracy (disambiguation)

Christian democracy is a political ideology that seeks to apply Christian principles to public policy. It is also the name of several political parties:

                                               

Mukhtar

A mukhtar is a village chief in many Arab countries and Cyprus, dating back from Ottoman era: "an old institution that goes back to the time of the Ottoman rule". According to Amir S. Cheshin, Bill Hutman and Avi Melamed "for centuries were the c ...

                                               

Queer Eye

Queer Eye is a television franchise based upon a team of gay professionals giving lifestyle and fashion makeovers to guests. Queer Eye may refer to: Aussie Queer Eye for the Straight Guy Australia FAB 5 Greece Queer Eye 2003 TV series, an America ...

                                               

Taiwan LPGA Tour

In 2014 TLPGA received official recognition from the Womens World Golf Rankings, and performances on the Taiwan LPGA Tour carry WWGR points like the eight other major womens tours.

                                               

Sudendu Shah

Shah born at Solapur, Maharastra. at age of 11,he helping his father in his business and learning the core value of life. initially he bought and sold Mukhavas to help her fathers Catering Business. at that age of 13 he began playing football. wh ...

                                               

INHS Sanjivani

INHS Sanjivani is a multi-speciality hospital of the Indian Navy at Kochi, Kerala under the Southern Naval Command. It is the largest military hospital in the states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. It is the nodal hospital for ships and other naval uni ...

                                               

Nawal Kishore Press

The Nawal Kishore Press was a publishing house in Lucknow, British India, founded by Munshi Nawal Kishore in 1858. From modest beginnings as a small printing press, it grew rapidly between 1865 and 1872 by adopting modern technology, better marke ...

                                               

Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Limited

Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Limited is an Indian company, owned by the Government of Karnataka, that manufacturers personal care products including Mysore Sandal Soap. It was founded as Government Sandalwood Oil Factory in 1916 by Maharaja Kri ...

                                               

Myanma Agricultural Development Bank

The Myanma Agricultural Development Bank is a government-owned bank specialized in providing financial services to agricultural enterprises in Myanmar, and is the largest financial institution of its kind. The bank is owned operated by the Minist ...

                                               

Prithvi Chand Vigyan College

Prithvi Chand Vigyan College also known as PC Vigyan College or PC Science College is a degree college in Chhapra, Bihar, India. It is a constituent unit of Jai Prakash University. The college offers intermediate and three years degree course in ...

                                               

Mrinalini

Mrinalini may refer to: Mrinalini novel, a novel by the great Bengali author Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay Iti Mrinalini, a 2011 Indian drama film Mrinalini Dutta Mahavidyapith, educational institution in Birati, West Bengal, India 2986 Mrinalini, ...

                                               

Willie Boy (disambiguation)

The Hunt For Willie Boy: Indian-Hating & Popular Culture, 1994 non-fiction by James A. Sandos and Larry E Burgess Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here, a 1969 film starring Robert Blake and Robert Redford Willie Boy: a Desert Manhunt, a 1960 novel by Har ...

                                               

Pratham (disambiguation)

Prathama Blood Centre, a blood bank in Gujarat, India Pratham Mysore, a non-governmental organisation in India Pratham, a non-governmental organisation in India

                                               

Hotchand Molchand Gurbakhshani

Hotchand Molchand Gurbakhshani was a leading academician, an educationist and scholar who is well known for his annotated translation of the Sufi poetic compendium Shah Jo Risalo. He served as Principal of D.J. Sindh College Karachi. He also serv ...

                                               

Boro Saheb Ongbi Sanatombi

Boro Saheb Ongbi Sanatombi is the first novel written by M. K. Binodini Devi. The book was published in 1976 and printed by Lamyanba Printers. The novel follows the romance between the writers rebellious aunt Sanatombi, a Manipuri princess and th ...

                                               

Kanza Javed

Kanza Javed was born in Lahore, Pakistan. Javed received her MPhil in English Language and Literature from Kinnaird College for Women University. She later attended West Virginia University to attain her M.F.A. in Fiction. She was a short-term fe ...

                                               

Uttamlal Trivedi

Uttamlal Trivedi was born on 16 December 1872 at Ahmedabad in British India. After passing matriculation examination in 1887, he attended the Gujarat College from where he received BA in 1891. After passing LL.B examination, he started his legal ...

                                               

Indira Tiwari (actress)

Indira Tiwari is an Indian film and theatre actress from the city of Bhopal. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Barkatullah University and was selected to pursue a Masters degree in acting from Indias highly prestigious National School of D ...

                                               

Erigineni Thirupathi Naidu

Erigineni Thirupathi Naidu was an Indian politician from Andhra Pradesh. Naidu was born on 20 September, 1938 in the village of Mopadu, Andhra Pradesh. After intermediate high school Naidu started working in the agricultural sector, while also be ...

                                               

Ram Singh Bishnoi

Ram Singh Bishnoi was an Indian National Congress politician and senior leader from Rajasthan, India. He was an MLA from Luni constituency for seven times. His grandson Mahendra Bishnoi is currently an MLA from Luni.son Malkhan singh Bishnoi was ...

                                               

Bihar Prant Hul Jharkhand

The Bihar Prant Hul Jharkhand was a Jharkhandi political party in the Indian state of Bihar. The party emerged from a split in the Jharkhand Party, as a revolt of Chotanagpur dominance of that party. The party was founded on December 28, 1968. Th ...

                                               

Maqbool Dar

Mohammad Maqbool Dar was an Indian politician, member of parliament and the Minister of Home Affairs who initially served as the member of legislative assembly of Jammu and Kashmir. He was associated with Indian National Congress and Janata Dal p ...

                                               

K. J. George (politician, born 1934)

K. J. George was an Indian politician. He joined the Indian National Congress in 1955, and remained active in Indian National Congress until its merger into the Janata Party. George was elected to the Kerala Legislative Assembly for the first tim ...

                                               

Dr Sooranadu Rajasekharan

He was born as the forth son to Sri P.N Raghavan Pillai and Smt Bhargavi Amma, from Sooranadu village in Kollam district of Kerala State in India. His primary education was at Malumel Govt. Lower Primary School,Mynagappally SKV Upper Primary Scho ...

                                               

Krutika Desai (actor)

For the actress of the same name, see Krutika Desai Khan Krutika Desai is an Indian television and film actress known for playing lead in "Dhaakad" Gujarati Movie and as a Masti Pari in Baalveer Returns. She originally belongs from Mumbai and is ...

                                               

Parole (disambiguation)

Parole, Maryland, an area near Annapolis in the United States Parole, Jammu and Kashmir, a town in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir Parole Hunt Club in Parole, Maryland Parole, Poland

                                               

Michelle Khare

Khare grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana. Her father is Indian-American. She has one sister, Madeline, born in 1996. Khare attended Dartmouth College and graduated in 2014 with a degree in digital media and technology.

                                               

Addite Shirwaikar

Addite Shirwaikar, also known as Addite Malik or Addite Shirwaikar Malik is an Indian television actress and entrepreneur. She is well known for playing the role of Meeta in Shararat and Sonu in Kahaani Ghar Kii. She has started her career in the ...

                                               

Shemaroo TV

Shemaroo TV is an Indian Hindi-GEC free-to-air television channel owned by Shemaroo Entertainment Media Network. The channel was launched on 1 May 2020 for the entertainment of the Indian audience during the COVID-19 lockdown period.

                                               

Salmon 3D

Salmon 3D is an upcoming multilingual 3D film made in six Indian regional languages directed by Shalil Kallur. The film stars playback singer Vijay Yesudas in the lead role along with Jonita Doda, Rajiv Pillai, Tanvi Kishore and television actres ...

                                               

1975 Royal Nepal Airlines Pilatus PC-6 Porter crash

On 31 March 1975, a Pilatus PC-6 Porter operated by Royal Nepal Airlines crashed in Nepal en route from Tribhuvan International Airport to Phaplu Airport on a domestic charter flight. The flight was chartered by Sir Edmund Hillary to bring his wi ...

                                               

Dead Time

Dead time is the time after an event during which detection systems are not able to record another event. Dead Time or Dead time may also refer to: Dead Time: Kala, a 2007 Indonesian film Dead Time Creaming Jesus, a 1991 EP by the band Creaming J ...

                                               

Marah Halim Harahap

Major General Marah Halim Harahap was an Indonesian general, politician, and governor. He was the Governor of North Sumatra from 1967 until 1978. Under his leadership, North Sumatra recovered from the leftovers from the 30 September Movement, and ...

                                               

List of members of Experts Assembly

List of members of Experts Assembly consists of the names of the current members of assembly of experts. "Assembly of experts of the Leadership", or the "Council of Experts" is the deliberative body empowered to appoint and dismiss the Supreme Le ...

                                               

Ali asghar Heidari karimzadeh

Ali asghar Heidari karimzadeh ‎ born October 14, 1962), who is known as Asghar Heidari. He is an Iranian actor. Heidari has played in well-known movies, for example Barareh Nights Persian: شب‌های برره ‎. His role in the movie Barareh Nights was t ...

                                               

Great Hunger Memorial (Deer Island, Massachusetts)

The Great Hunger Memorial is a 16-foot tall Celtic cross located on Deer Island in Boston Harbor. In the late 1840s, the Boston Corporation erected a hospital on the island. Irish immigrants,who arrived on coffin ships, were quarantined there. Th ...

                                               

Gerry McAnaney

Gerry was born in Dublin but grow up in Rathfarnham, Wales were his father a guitarist hails from Derry Border works, but his mother is decent of Rathgar. He attended the Templeogue College finished in 1975 and began loving football right from hi ...

                                               

Vann (surname)

An English surname, Vann originated as a locative name, referring either to specific places named Vann such as two in Surrey: Vann in Ockley, and Vann in Hambledon, or in general to any fen from fanne, a South East English dialect word for fenne. ...

                                               

Friends of Israel

There are many Friends of Israel groups active around the world and in a variety of fields, such as academic, legal, political, etc. Those with articles on Wikipedia include: Labour Friends of Israel Friends of Israel Initiative, an international ...

                                               

Lewis Stevenson

Lewis Stevenson Scottish footballer born 1988, Scottish footballer Lewis Stevenson rugby union born 1984, Irish rugby union player Lewis Stevenson Australian footballer born 1989, Australian rules footballer

                                               

Silke Engel (German Literature Scientist, Journalist)

Silke Engel grew up in Pinneberg near Hamburg and passed her High school graduation at the Theodor-Heuss Gymnasium in 1991. From 1991 Silke Engel studied Political science, modern German studies, Literature and Public law at the University of Fre ...

                                               

Andrii Kholodov

Andrii Ivanovych Kholodov – a Ukrainian businessman. Peoples Deputy of Ukraine of the IX convocation.

                                               

Maurice Collins (judge)

Maurice G. Collins is an Irish lawyer who has been a judge of the Court of Appeal since November 2019. He formerly worked as a barrister prior to becoming a judge.