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Gregory Award

Gregory Award refer to: The Graham Gregory Award for excellence in horticultural research and development in Australia. The Emily Gregory Award for excellence in teaching and service at Barnard College. The John A. Gregory Award for Fundamental C ...

                                               

Team America

Team America may refer to: Team America Rocketry Challenge TARC, an American model rocketry competition for high school students Team America, a Marvel Comics superhero team, later known as the Thunderiders Team America: World Police, a 2004 movi ...

                                               

Power ring

Power ring, ring of power or rings of power may refer to: Rings of Power, fictional artifacts from J. R. R. Tolkiens Middle-earth legendarium Power Ring DC Comics, the name of several characters in American comic books published by DC Comics Soni ...

                                               

Sara Mildred Strauss

Strauss was born in 1896, in New York City, the daughter of Lehman Strauss and Pauline Cohn Strauss. In 1911, she and her mother, a noted horsewoman, drove a horse-drawn carriage 280 miles, across the state of New York, as a vacation.

                                               

Flag of San Jose, California

The flag of San Jose is the official municipal flag of San Jose, California. The current design, a triband of gold on top, white in the middle, and blue on the bottom with the citys official seal in the center, has been the official flag since 19 ...

                                               

Flag of El Paso

The flag of El Paso is the official municipal flag of El Paso, Texas. The current design, an augmentation of El Pasos seal in the center of a dark blue field, has been in place since 1962.

                                               

Proske

Proske is a German and North American last name which is either derived from the first name of Greek origin Ambrose or from a diminutive of any of several Slavic personal names with the first component Prosi-, e.g. Prosimir or Prosislaw. Notable ...

                                               

Strawberry tree

Strawberry tree is a common name for Arbutus unedo, a tree with edible fruits, native to western Europe and the Mediterranean basin, and cultivated in other temperate areas Strawberry tree may also refer to other trees with edible fruits: Myrica ...

                                               

Norwegian battle axe

The Norwegian peasant militia axe, also called Norwegian peasant axe or peasant battle axe, is a tool and weapon from Norway, which was an important part of the Norwegian national defense in the 1600s.

                                               

Amazigh fibula

An Amazigh fibula is a fibula or brooch with symbolic importance in Amazigh heritage. Its use is widespread among numerous North African tribes. Its exact form is different from one tribe to another, but it consists essentially of a triangle bene ...

                                               

Plus One

Plus One 2008 film, a Russian comedy film Plus One band, a Christian band Plus One 2019 film, an American romantic comedy film Plus One: The Home Video, 2001 Plus One TV series, a British sitcom Plus One Animation, a South Korean animation studio ...

                                               

Mark Andrews

Mark Andrews may refer to: Mark Andrews politician born 1926, American politician from the state of North Dakota Mark Andrews American football born 1996, American football player Mark Andrews rower born 1959, University boat race winner Mark And ...

                                               

Famous

Famous Brands, a South African restaurant franchisor Famous Music, the music publishing division of Paramount Pictures Famous Footwear, an American retail store chain Famous Studios, the animation division of Paramount Pictures from 1942 to 1967

                                               

The States (TV series)

The States is a 2007 American documentary television series about the history of each state in the United States of America, narrated by Edward Herrmann. The show documents each of the 50 states in the union. The show begins with an introduction ...

                                               

John Donovan

John Donovan may refer to: John H. Donovan 1840–1882, United States Army officer in the American Civil War John Donovan American football born 1974, American football coach John J. Donovan born 1942, retired American professor John Donovan writer ...

                                               

Chuck (disambiguation)

Chuck engineering, a clamp which securely holds a removable part ChucK, a programming language for computer music Chuck, a common name for the BSD Daemon mascot

                                               

Daniel Roberts

Daniel or Dan Roberts may refer to: Dan Roberts singer, American singer and songwriter Daniel Roberts hurdler born 1997, American hurdler Dan Roberts announcer born c. 1955, American public address announcer Daniel Roberts fighter born 1980, Amer ...

                                               

Kill or be killed

Kill or Be Killed 1950 film, American film "Kill or Be Killed" The Vampire Diaries, 2010 episode of The Vampire Diaries Kill or Be Killed 1980 film, South African martial arts film Kill or Be Killed 2015 film, American western film Kill or Be Kil ...

                                               

John Clements

John Clements may refer to: Jack Clements 1864–1941, baseball player John Clements politician 1819–1884, Australian politician John Clements actor 1910–1988, English actor and producer John R. Clements 1868–1946, president of Davis College John C ...

                                               

Rhee

Rhee may refer to: A common Korean surname, Lee Korean name, which is also commonly transliterated as Rhee or Yi Several people bearing the Korean surname, as noted at List of people with the Korean family name Lee A village in the Netherlands na ...

                                               

Brandon

Brandon, Texas Brandon, Wisconsin Brandon Township, Minnesota Brandon Corner, California Brandon, Vermont Brandon, Colorado Brandon, New York Brandon, Minnesota Brandon, Ohio Upper Brandon Plantation Prince George County, Virginia Brandon, Nebras ...

                                               

Lyng

Lyng may refer to: Surname The name Lyng is etymologically Scandinavian in origin. It is a common surname in the south-east of Ireland, particularly in Counties Kilkenny and Wexford. People Micheal Lyng b. 1985, an Irish football player Ciaran Ly ...

                                               

Werner

Werner Von Croy, fictional character in the Tomb Raider series Werner, fictional character in Darwins Soldiers Werner von Strucker, fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe Werner comics, German comic book character

                                               

Fletcher

Fletcher singer, American actress and singer-songwriter Fletcher given name Fletcher occupation, a person who fletches arrows, the origin of the surname Fletcher surname

                                               

Language (disambiguation)

Language is the human capacity for acquiring and using complex systems of communication, and a language is any specific example of such a system. Language may also refer to:

                                               

Wise Woman

The term "wise woman" usually refers to a folk healer or midwife, often in the context of pre-modern European peasantry. One of the cunning folk It may also refer to the Jungian archetype of the Wise Old Woman.

                                               

Myrtle

Family Ebenaceae Diospyros pentamera, black myrtle Family Fabaceae Acacia myrtifolia, myrtle wattle Backhousia angustifolia, curry myrtle Melaleuca armillaris, bracelet honey myrtle Family Myrtaceae Syzygium anisatum, aniseed myrtle Choricarpia l ...

                                               

Salt River

In the United States: Salt River Missouri, a tributary of the Mississippi River in eastern Missouri, United States Salt River Wyoming Salt River United States Virgin Islands Salt River Kentucky Salt River Michigan, two rivers, one in Macomb Count ...

                                               

Soom Tea Garden

Soom Tea Garden is a village in the Darjeeling Pulbazar CD block in the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Etretat Gardens

The Etretat Gardens is a cliff-top experimental garden with "living sculptures" in Etretat, Normandy, France. It surrounds a villa that once belonged to Madame Thebault, an actress from Paris, in the beginning of the 20th century. More than a cen ...

                                               

Chamong Tea Garden

Chamong Tea Garden is a village in the Jorebunglow Sukhiapokhri CD block in the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Mariabong Tea Garden

Mariabong Tea Garden is a village in the Jorebunglow Sukhiapokhri CD block in the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the state of West Bengal, India. It is a part of Lingia Mariabong gram panchayat.

                                               

Nagri Farm Tea Garden

Nagri Farm Tea Garden is a village in the Jorebunglow Sukhiapokhri CD block in the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

2019–20 FIS Cross-Country Continental Cup

The 2019–20 FIS Cross-Country Continental Cup was a season of the FIS Cross-Country Continental Cup, a series of second-level cross-country skiing competitions arranged by the International Ski Federation. The 2019–20 Continental Cup contained ni ...

                                               

South Coast

South Coast California South Coast AVA is a designated American Viticultural Area in Southern California. South Coast Plaza refers to the largest grossing mall in the United States in Costa Mesa, California. South Coast New England refers to the ...

                                               

Autumn Christian

Christian self-published her debut novel The Crooked God Machine in 2011. She wrote the book between the ages of 19 and 21. Christian also self-published her 2013 novel We Are Wormwood. In 2019, her novel Girl Like a Bomb was published by Clash B ...

                                               

Museum of the Americas

Museum of the Americas may refer to: Art Museum of the Americas, an art museum of the Organization of American States OAS in Washington, DC Dance Art Museum of the Americas, a dance art museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA Gilcrease Museum, aka "G ...

                                               

African American Museum

African American Museum, may refer to the List of museums focused on African Americans, or African American Museum and Library at Oakland, established 1964 African American Museum in Philadelphia, opened 1976 African American Museum of Iowa, firs ...

                                               

LOA

Lights Out Asia, a Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based post-rock and ambient band Lords of Acid, a Belgian-American post-industrial/techno band "Love on Arrival," a song by country music singer Dan Seals Life of Agony, a New York hardcore/hard rock band

                                               

Town Lake Gazebo

The Town Lake Gazebo is a historic gazebo on the south shore of Lady Bird Lake in Austin, Texas, beside Auditorium Shores. Built in 1969 to beautify the south shore of Lady Bird Lake, the gazebo was paid for by the National Association of Women i ...

                                               

Latina

Latina or Latinas most often refers to: Latino demonym, a term used in the United States for people with cultural ties to Latin America. Latinas, a demographic group in the United States Latin Americans Latina and Latinas may also refer to:

                                               

Ionic

Ionian Islands, a group of islands in Greece Ionian Sea, part of the Mediterranean Sea Ionians, one of four major tribes of the ancient Greeks Ionian, of or from Ionia, an ancient region in western Anatolia

                                               

Uluzzian

The Uluzzian Culture is a transitional archaeological culture between the Middle paleolithic and the Upper Paleolithic, found in Italy and Greece. It has been dated by Katerina Douka as lasting from 45.000–39.500 years before present BP; sometime ...

                                               

Kolochin culture

The Kolochin culture was an Iron Age culture which flourished in western Russia from the 5th to the 7th century. It was the eastern element of the Prague-Penkov-Kolochin cultural complex. The Kolochin culture is attested by a hundred sites, most ...

                                               

Kurukshetra (disambiguation)

Kurukshetra is an ancient Indian region. Kurukshetra may also refer to: Kurukshetra district Kurukshetra Lok Sabha constituency Kurukshetra, 1946 Hindi epic poem by Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

                                               

Bloodstone

Bloodstone 1988 film, an Indian-American action/comedy film Bloodstone 2009 film, a horror film Bloodstone: Subspecies II, a 1993 horror film Bloodstone: An Epic Dwarven Tale, another 1993 movie

                                               

Cthulhu (disambiguation)

Cthulhu is a fictional cosmic entity created by horror author H. P. Lovecraft. Cthulhu may also refer to: Entertainment Cthulhu 2007 film, an American horror film "Cthulhu", a song by Therion of the 1992 album Beyond Sanctorum "Cthulhu", a song b ...

                                               

Berserker (disambiguation)

A character from the video game series Soulcalibur A character from the video game series Throne of Darkness Four game pieces found in the Lewis Chessmen hoard A character from the video game series Fate/Grand Order Brick the Berserker, a playabl ...

                                               

WER

WER or Wer may refer to: Western Entrance to the Riedbahn, the western approach of the Riedbahn in Mannheim, Germany Were, an archaic term for adult male humans Word error rate, in computational linguistics, a common metric of measuring the perfo ...

                                               

Abominable Snowman (disambiguation)

Abominable Snowman is a common name for the yeti, an apelike animal cryptid said to inhabit the Himalaya region of Nepal and Tibet. Abominable Snowman may also refer to: