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Microcosm

Microcosm Bartok, 153 progressive piano pieces written between 1926 and 1939 "Mic-rocosm", a song by American rapper Prodigy from the album Hegelian Dialectic Microcosm album, 2010 album by Flow

                                               

Pinguino

Pinguino or Pinguinos may refer to: El Pinguino, a 1973 album and track by Johnny Ventura, a Dominican singer band leader El Pinguino newspaper - see List of newspapers in Chile General Avia F.22 Pinguino, a 1990s civilian airplane Pinguino ship, ...

                                               

D38

D38, D 38 or D-38 may refer to: In ships: HMS Ambuscade D38, a 1926 British Royal Navy destroyer HMAS Perth D 38, a 1963 Royal Australian Navy Perth class guided missile destroyer HMS Begum D38, a 1942 British Royal Navy escort aircraft carrier I ...

                                               

Horsemen

Horsemen may refer to: Royal Canadian Mounted Police Four Horsemen football Horsemen, people who practice equestrianism Brooklyn Lions / Horsemen 1926, a National Football League team that played in the 1926 NFL season Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

                                               

Nadan (disambiguation)

Nadan is a 2013 Malayalam drama film. Nadan may also refer to: Nanjil Nadan born 1947, writer from Tamil Nadu, India Nadan v The King, a 1926 ruling of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in Canada Nadan, Iran, a village in Sistan and Bal ...

                                               

Carlos Gomez (disambiguation)

Carlos Gomez is a Major League Baseball outfielder. Carlos Gomez may also refer to: Carlos Gomez Alava 1926-1988, Filipino poet Carlos Gomez actor born 1962, American actor Carlos Enriquez Gomez 1900–1957, Cuban painter, illustrator and writer Ca ...

                                               

Merete Erbou Laurent

Merete Erbou Laurent is a Danish weaver and textile artist. Since the 1970s, she has specialized in weaving paper yarn to produce brightly coloured floor rugs, runners and carpets but more recently has used wool for her rugs. From 1983 to 2006, s ...

                                               

Henryk Kokot

Kokot is known to have started playing football in his youth for AKS Chorzow. In 1946 Kokot joined Lechia Gdansk, where he played until 1952. During this period he was in the starting eleven which made Lechias first ever appearance in Polands top ...

                                               

Nefrusy

Nefrusy was an ancient Egyptian city which location is north of modern day cities of El Ashmunein and El Quseyya. It is known for being the site of Battle of Nefrusy between the forces of Kamose and Hyksos forces, which saw the first use of chari ...

                                               

Biddleville Quintette

The Biddleville Quintette was a vocal group from the Biddleville neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, who recorded traditional black gospel for Paramount Records between 1926 and 1929. Although little information is available ...

                                               

Pae

Pae, Rapla County, village in Kehtna Parish, Rapla County, Estonia Pae River, former name of the Taedong River in Pyongyang, Korea Pae, Tallinn, subdistrict of Lasnamae District, Tallinn, Estonia Pae, Padise Parish, village in Padise Parish, Harj ...

                                               

Sergio Celebrowski

Sergio Celebrowski was a Spanish professional cyclist, who was professional between 1948 and 1957. Sergio notably won a stage of the 1951 Volta a Catalunya. Sergio was known as an attacking rider who excelled as a climber. He retired from cycling ...

                                               

Elac

ELAC is a German loudspeaker manufacturer. Founded in 1926 as Electroacustic GmbH, during World War II, it built electracoustic devices for the Kriegsmarine and other nautical applications and had a peak of 5.000 staff. After the war, the company ...

                                               

USS YAG-3

She was built by the Hong Kong and Whampoa Dock Company Ltd. in Hong Kong for the benefit of the North Negros Sugar Company Ltd. in Manapla, Iloilo, Philippines. She was steel-hulled. She was launched in 1926 as the MV Paz II. On 25 June 1941, th ...

                                               

The Adventurers

The Adventurers 2017 film, a Hong Kong film starring Andy Lau and Shu Qi The Adventurers 1926 film, a German silent film The Adventurers 2014 film, a Russian adventure film The Adventurers 1995 film, a Hong Kong film starring Andy Lau, Jacklyn Wu ...

                                               

The Set-Up

The Set-Up may refer to: "The Set Up" a book by Sophie McKenzie The Set-Up poem, a narrative poem by Joseph Moncure March; basis for the 1949 film see below "The Set Up" song, a 2004 song by Obie Trice "The Set Up", a song by Favored Nations from ...

                                               

Naples (disambiguation)

Naples, Alberta, Canada Naples, the Roman name for the biblical city of Shechem, pronounced Nablus in Arabic

                                               

Virgin with a Lily

The VIrgin with a lily is a marble sculpture on a pedestal executed in 1878 by the French sculptor Eugene Delaplanche. The statue, depicting a virgin holding a lily, was exhibited at the Le Salon peinture et de sculpture de 1878, where it won the ...

                                               

Sanatorium (disambiguation)

A sanatorium is a medical facility for long-term illness, often associated with treatment of tuberculosis before antibiotics. The term may also refer to: One of a number of facilities for tuberculosis treatment in Colorado Springs, Colorado Natio ...

                                               

Bill Graham

Superstar Billy Graham born 1943, American former professional wrestler Billy Graham footballer 1914–1996, English footballer Bill Graham baseball 1937–2006, American baseball player Billy Graham born 1955, trainer of boxer Ricky Hatton Billy Gra ...

                                               

Jim Payne

Jim Payne may refer to: Jim Payne golfer born 1970, English golfer Jim Payne, principal of Quixtar, an American company connected to Alticor James Payne, drummer for Tommy James and the Shondells Jim Payne glider pilot chief pilot with the Perlan ...

                                               

Etim

Nse Ikpe-Etim born 1974, Nigerian actress Matthew Etim born 1989, Nigerian football player Terry Etim born 1986, English mixed martial artist Monday Etim born 1998, Nigerian football player Margaret Etim born 1992, Nigerian sprinter Emmanuel Etim ...

                                               

EKR

EKR may refer to: EKR missile, 1950s Soviet cruise missile East of the Kennebec River; see Historical United States Census totals for Piscataquis County, Maine, United States Railway station for Ekangarsarai, Bihar, India station code: EKR East K ...

                                               

Halsen IF

Halsen Idrettsforening is a sports club located in Ostre Halsen, Larvik, Norway. The club was founded as Halsen Ballklubb on 22 October 1933, and today it has sections for association football and handball. The mens football team currently plays ...

                                               

Kremlin (disambiguation)

Kremlin Ballet Theatre, a professional ballet company at the Moscow Kremlin Government of Russia Government of the Soviet Union The Kremlin or the Moscow Kremlin, the seat of the Russian formerly Soviet government Kazan Kremlin, a fortress and UN ...

                                               

Hotel Constance

The Hotel Constance, now known as the Hotel Constance DusitD2 Pasadena, is a hotel built in 1926 on Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena, California. The hotel was built on property leased for 20 years by the Orndorff Hotel Company and built in the lat ...

                                               

Jok

Johnny OKeefe 1935–1978, Australian singer John Luk Jok, South Sudanese politician Jok Church 1949–2016, American cartoonist Stan Jok 1926–1972, American professional baseball player

                                               

The Skandia man

Stig Folke Wilhelm Engstrom was a Swedish graphic designer. He was pointed out by police as the possible shooter of the Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme who was shot on 26 February 1986. Since being named a suspect, Engstrom was dubbed The Skand ...

                                               

Say It Again

Say It Again may refer to: "Say It Again" Jermaine Stewart song, 1987 Say It Again Jermaine Stewart album, 1988 Say It Again Stacie Orrico album, an unreleased 2002 album "Say It Again" Don Williams song, 1976 "Say It Again", a song on Santanas 1 ...

                                               

Jack Stewart

Jack Stewart may refer to: Jack Stewart actor 1913–1966, Scottish actor Jack Stewart New South Wales politician 1910–1972, Australian state politician Jack Stewart diver, New Zealand diver Jack Stewart Western Australian politician 1912–1998, Aus ...

                                               

Montgomery County Infirmary

Montgomery County Infirmary is a health facility in Llanfair Road, Newtown, Powys, Wales. It is managed by the Powys Teaching Health Board.

                                               

Sunny Side Up

Sunny Side Up 1926 film, American silent comedy from DeMille Pictures Sunny Side Up TV series or The Sunny Side Up Show, American childrens morning show on Sprout Sunnyside Up, late 1950s and early 1960s TV variety program in Melbourne, Australia ...

                                               

The White Horse Inn (disambiguation)

The White Horse Inn is a 1930 operetta set in Austria. The White Horse Inn may also refer to: Places White Horse Tavern, Cambridge, also known as the White Horse Inn Old White Horse Inn, Bingley, West Yorkshire White Horse Inn Oakland, California ...

                                               

Niagara Falls (disambiguation)

Bushkill Falls, also known as Niagara Falls of Pennsylvania Niagara Falls, a series of cataracts on the Waikawa River in the Catlins, New Zealand Niagara Falls, British Columbia, Canada Niagara Falls Reunion, waterfalls in Reunion

                                               

Federation of Employees in the Postal and Telecommunications Sector

The Federation of Employees in the Postal and Telecommunications Sector is a trade union representing communication workers in France. The union was founded in 1919, as the National Federation of PTT Workers, and claimed 75.000 members by the end ...

                                               

Lux Aeterna

Lux Aeterna may refer to: Lux Aeterna Communion, the Communion antiphon for the Roman Catholic Requiem Mass As such, it has often been set to music. The following works are settings of it, or have been inspired by it: Lux Aeterna for 5 masked mus ...

                                               

Death Song

Death Song can refer to: Death Song, a 2017 song by the American band The Black Angels "Deaths Song", a 2013 song by City and Colour from the album The Hurry and the Harm Death Song film, a 1991 film about Yun Sim-deok, named for the 1926 song "D ...

                                               

Seven Cantares for soprano and guitar (Gerhard)

Seven Cantares for soprano and guitar is a musical piece for voice and classical guitar composed by the Catalan composer Robert Gerhard, based on poems by an unknown author. The work consists of seven songs composed in 1956 and a piece for solo g ...

                                               

Marrickville Womens Refuge

Marrickville Womens Refuge, also known as Jeans Place, was formally opened in April 1976. It was one of the earliest refuges to open in New South Wales as part of the original NSW Womens Refuge Movement in response to the need for specialised fem ...

                                               

Sinfonietta

Sinfonietta can refer to: Sinfonietta orchestra, a name for a musical group that is larger than a chamber ensemble but smaller than a full-size orchestra Sinfonietta Moroi, a 1943 composition by Saburō Moroi Sinfonietta symphony, a symphony that ...

                                               

Shaftesbury Square Hospital

Shaftesbury Square Hospital was a health facility in Great Victoria Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland. It was managed by the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.

                                               

The Wishing Tree

The Wishing Tree film, a 1977 Georgian film by Tengiz Abuladze The Wishing Tree 2017 film, a 2017 Indian feature film produced by Raajaysh Chetwal Rhombus Films & directed by Manika Sharma; starring Shabana Azmi, Rajit Kapur and Saurabh Shukla Th ...

                                               

Yankee Clipper

Yankee Clipper can refer to: Yankee Clipper, special-event passenger train service to Yankees–East 153rd Street Metro-North station The nickname of Joe DiMaggio, a Major League Baseball player Yankee Clipper, The Apollo 12 command module Yankee C ...

                                               

Brandon Williams

Brandon Williams may refer to: Brandon Williams wide receiver born 1984, former American football wide receiver Brandon Williams born 1984, American rhythm and blues singer, known professionally as Urban Mystic Brandon Williams basketball born 19 ...

                                               

Hell Valley

Hell Valley or Valley of Hell may refer to: Hollental Black Forest, a deep valley in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany Hell Valley Railway, a line that runs through the valley Hollental Wetterstein, a mountain path in Bavaria, Germany, on t ...

                                               

Field marshal (disambiguation)

Field marshal United Kingdom Field marshal Japan - refer Gensui Imperial Japanese Army Generalfeldmaschall Germany Field marshal Australia Field marshal Sri Lanka General-feldmarshal Russian Empire Field marshal Philippines Field marshal Finland ...

                                               

Surinder Singh

Surinder Singh general, general in the India Army Surinder Singh Kairon 1927–2009, politician Surinder Singh cricketer, Filipino cricketer Surinder Singh Sodhi, Indian hockey player Surinder Singh footballer born 1973, former Indian football play ...

                                               

D33

D33, D.33 or D-33 may refer to: Dewoitine D.33, a 1930 French single-engined low-wing monoplane aircraft D33 road Croatia, a state road PRR D33, an American PRR 4-4-0 steam locomotive model HMS Dauntless D33, a 2007 British Royal Navy D Class of ...

                                               

Orle

Orle, Skofljica, a settlement in the Municipality of Skofljica, Slovenia Orle, Koscierzyna County, a village in Pomeranian Voivodeship, north Poland Orle, Wejherowo County, a village in Pomeranian Voivodeship, north Poland Orle, a village in Astu ...

                                               

D27

D27, D-27 or D.27 may refer to: HMS Charger D27, a 1941 British Navy aircraft carrier loaned from the US Navy where it was an escort carrier. D27 road Croatia, a state road Dewoitine D.27, a 1928 French monoplane fighter aircraft Para D27, two Br ...