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Slick

Darby Slick Mitchy Slick born 1978, rapper Slick Aguilar born 1954, American guitarist Grace Slick born 1939, singer Slick Rick born 1965, rapper Ricky Bell singer born 1967, a.k.a. Slick, R&B singer for New Edition & Bell Biv DeVoe Julie Sli ...

                                               

Fence (disambiguation)

A fence is a barrier enclosing or bordering a field, yard, etc., usually made of posts and wire or wood, used to prevent entrance, to confine, or to mark a boundary. Fence or fences may also refer to:

                                               

The Gnurrs Come from the Voodvork Out

"The Gnurrs Come from the Voodvork Out" is a 1950 science fantasy short story by Reginald Bretnor. It was first published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.

                                               

Alexander Hodge

Hodge was born and raised in Sydney, Australia. His father is Irish and was raised in Australia; his mother is Chinese and was raised in Singapore. He described his environment as predominantly white. Hodge stated that he struggled with shame abo ...

                                               

American Relief Expedition

The American Relief Expedition was a private and public effort to return Europe-bound American citizens to the United States at the start of the First World War. At the outbreak of the First World War, approximately 100.000 to 200.000 Americans w ...

                                               

The Movement Revisited

The Movement Revisited: A Musical Portrait of Four Icons is a studio album by American jazz bassist Christian McBride. The album was recorded in September 2013 but released only on February 7, 2020 via Mack Avenue label.

                                               

Portrait of the Journalist Sylvia von Harden

The Portrait of the Journalist Sylvia von Harden is a painting by German painter Otto Dix, from 1928. The painting was made in wood with a mixed technique of oil and tempera. The painting was bought from the artist in 1961 by the Musee National d ...

                                               

Rhoda Montemayor

Rhoda Montemayor is an English-Filipino Actress and dancer who is well known for playing Rose Ortiz in Power Rangers Operation Overdrive, She also appeared in films such as Adulthood and Finding Neverland

                                               

Gabriella Smith

Smith was born in Berkeley, California. As a teenager, she was very interested in biology, ecology, and conservation, and she spent five years volunteering on a songbird research project in Point Reyes, California. Smith began learning the violin ...

                                               

William McCarthy

William McCarthy may refer to: William McCarthy, Baron McCarthy 1925–2012, British politician William C. McCarthy 1820–1900, mayor of Pittsburgh, 1875–1878 William J. McCarthy 1919–1998, American labor leader and official in the Teamsters union W ...

                                               

Patrick McCarthy

P. H. McCarthy Patrick Henry McCarthy, 1863–1933, labor leader in San Francisco and mayor from 1910 to 1912 Patrick McCarthy politician, Northern Irish politician Pat McCarthy politician, American politician from the state of Washington Patrick J ...

                                               

Military Drums (song)

Military Drums is a song by German synthpop band Hubert Kah, released in 1987 as a non-album single. The song was written by Michael Cretu and Susanne Muller-Pi, and produced by Cretu and Armand Volker. In 1987, "Military Drums" was added as the ...

                                               

The Funeral Party (film)

The film takes place in New York in the 90s. The film tells about a talented artist who plays the performance of "life and death" in front of his friends and fans.

                                               

Questioning

Questioning is a major form of human thought and interpersonal communication. It involves employing a series of questions to explore an issue, an idea or something intriguing. Questioning is the process of forming and wielding that serves to deve ...

                                               

E. Sandra Byers

Elaine Sandra Byers is a Canadian psychologist, sex researcher, educator and therapist. As a faculty member of psychology at the University of New Brunswick, she established the Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence.

                                               

Wargamers Digest

Wargamers Digest was a wargaming magazine created by Gene McCoy that was published from 1973 to 2000. It is notable as one of the earliest publications to publish the work of Gary Gygax, and for the high regard that military professionals and aca ...

                                               

Peaceable Kingdom

Peaceable Kingdom may refer to Peaceable Kingdom theology, an eschatological state inferred from texts such as the Book of Isaiah, the Book of Hosea, and the Sermon on the Mount

                                               

Texas rice production

Rice production in Texas began in 1853 in southeast Texas. By 1903, the acres of cultivated rice in Texas was second only to Louisiana and together accounted for 99 percent of rice production in America. While other states have surpassed Texas in ...

                                               

Love and War

Love and War in the Apennines, a 1971 World War II memoir by Eric Newby Love and War Cornell novel, a 1992 novel based on the TV series Doctor Who Love and War Dragonlance, a 1987 anthology of Dragonlance fantasy short stories Love and War, a 198 ...

                                               

Linmill Stories

Linmill Stories is the title of a short story cycle written by the playwright Robert McLellan in the Scots language. He began writing the stories in 1939, publishing some of them piecemeal and separately throughout the post-war years until, in th ...

                                               

Do You Believe in Magic

Do You Believe in Magic may refer to: Do You Believe in Magic, a 1990 childrens book by Saviour Pirotta "Do You Believe in Magic" song, by The Lovin Spoonful 1965, covered by several artists Do You Believe in Magic? book, a 2013 book by Paul Offi ...

                                               

Magic Man (disambiguation)

Magic Man band, an American two-piece electronic band "Magic Man", a Robot Master in the Mega Man video-game franchise Magic Man film, a 2010 film directed by Stuart Cooper "Magic Man" Better Call Saul, a television episode The Magic Man, a 1974 ...

                                               

Tough Love (Magic Dirt album)

Tough Love is the fourth studio album by Australian rock band, Magic Dirt. It was released in August 2003, it peaked at number 15 on the ARIA Charts; becoming the bands highest charting album. The album was promoted with a national tour, appearan ...

                                               

Champion of the World (song)

Champion of the World is a song by British rock band Coldplay from their eighth studio album Everyday Life. The song was originally made available for streaming on 20 November 2019, and later as an official single on 24 February 2020 in the Unite ...

                                               

Chilombo (album)

Chilombo is the third studio album by American singer Jhene Aiko. It was released on March 6, 2020, by ArtClub International, ARTium Recordings, and Def Jam Recordings. Following the release of Trip and her split with rapper Big Sean, with whom s ...

                                               

Taskforce (disambiguation)

Taskforce or task force is a group set up to focus on a specific goal. Task force may also refer to: Task Force X, a fictional organization in DC Comics Task Force Harrier EX, a vertical scrolling shooter video game for the Sega Genesis Task Forc ...

                                               

Flagship (disambiguation)

Flagship album Flagship band, an alt-rock band from Charlotte, NC, US Flagship magazine, a former UK magazine specializing in postal and other games Flagship broadcasting, the originating broadcast for a broadcast network, radio show, or TV show

                                               

Privateer (disambiguation)

A privateer is a pirate operating on behalf of a government. Privateer may also refer to: Privateer Press, publisher of tabletop role-playing games New Orleans Privateers, sports teams at the University of New Orleans "Privateers" The West Wing, ...

                                               

Myriad (disambiguation)

Myriad Games, publisher of the video game Caltron 6 in 1 Myriad Genetics, a molecular and genetic diagnostic company Brand of life insurance offered by Momentum Insurance Myriad Group, a mobile phone software company

                                               

Seawolf

The Sea Wolves, 1980 British film The Sea Wolf 1930 film, starring Milton Sills, Raymond Hackettx The Sea Wolf 1941 film, starring Edward G. Robinson, Ida Lupino, The Sea Wolf 1913 film, a lost 1913 silent film Sea Wolf miniseries, starring Sebas ...

                                               

PBO

Parliamentary Budget Officer, a Canadian civil servant Projected benefit obligation, a specially defined pension obligation under US-GAAP Parliamentary Budget Office, in the federal government of Australia

                                               

Koshien

Kōshien usually refers to: High school baseball in Japan, the tournaments generally referred to as Kōshien, named after the stadium Koshien Stadium, a baseball stadium in Koshien which is the venue of the annual high school baseball tournaments K ...

                                               

Bruzz

BRUZZ is the cross-platform brand under which the non-profit media organization Vlaams-Brusselse Media publishes and broadcasts news and culture programming from and about the Brussels Capital Region. It was set up in 2015 to replace five earlier ...

                                               

ComeUntoChrist.org

ComeUntoChrist.org, formerly known as Mormon.org, is a religious website maintained by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that serves as a visitor site for people not of the faith. Mormon.org was changed to ComeUntoChrist.org in 2019.

                                               

Gisela Fullà-Silvestre

Gisela Fullà-Silvestre was born in Barcelona and graduated from Berklee School of Music with a degree in film scoring and sound design. She is based in Brooklyn. Fullà-Silvestre released her debut EP, Habits, as NOIA in October 2016. Among its so ...

                                               

Space Pirate Trainer

Space Pirate Trainer is a Virtual Reality first-person shooter developed and produced by I-Illusions. It was one of the earliest wave shooters utilizing the VR game-play environment. The game was released alongside the HTC Vive and featured in VR ...

                                               

Kel Assouf

Kel Assouf is a Tuareg musical group making "Tuareg rock" with electronic influences. The bands singer, songwriter, and guitarist is Anana Harouna; their producer and keyboard player is Sofyann Ben Youssef. "Kel Assouf", in Tamasheq, means "nosta ...

                                               

Levant: Splendour and Catastrophe on the Mediterranean

Levant: Splendour and Catastrophe on the Mediterranean is a non-fiction book by Philip Mansel. The book discusses the development of the Levant region, with the cities of Alexandria, Beirut, and Smyrna now Izmir being the primary three cities cat ...

                                               

The Lincoln Cycle

The Lincoln Cycle is a 1917 American silent series of ten short films portraying the life of American president Abraham Lincoln. They were directed by John M. Stahl and starred Benjamin Chapin, a celebrated Lincoln impersonator, in the title role ...

                                               

Nicole Van Goethem

Nicole Van Goethem was a Belgian animator and illustrator. In 1987, she won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film for A Greek Tragedy.

                                               

Friend Sykes

Friend Sykes was an English organic farmer and writer. Sykes was a breeder of livestock and racehorses. In 1935, he purchased the Chantry estate, near Andover. The land was poor quality and sold for only £4 per acre. Sykes wanted the challenge of ...

                                               

Baidyanath Misra

Baidyanath Misra was an Indian economist, educationist and administrator from the state of Odisha.He served as the Vice-Chancellor of the Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology, Chairman of Odisha State Planning Board, Chairman of Odisha ...

                                               

Kazan Agricultural State University

Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education "Kazan State Agrarian University" is a higher educational institution in the system of training, retraining and advanced training of employees of the Ministry of Agriculture of t ...

                                               

Magog

Magog, Quebec, a town Magog Township, Quebec, a former township Mount Magog, on the border between Alberta and British Columbia Magog River, Quebec Lake Magog, Quebec

                                               

Prizzis Money

Prizzis Money is a satirical, semi-humorous crime novel by Richard Condon published in 1994. It is the last of four novels featuring the Prizzis, a powerful family of Mafiosi in New York City. It was also the last of 28 books that Condon wrote ov ...

                                               

Gossip (disambiguation)

The Gossip EP, a 1999 EP by the band Gossip Gossip 2000 Swedish film, a comedy/drama directed by Colin Nutley Gossip video game, a 1983 experimental Atari 400 game by Chris Crawford "Gossip" Desperate Housewives, an episode of Desperate Housewive ...

                                               

Grandmaster (1972 film)

The film tells about the emotional chess player Sergey Khlebnikov, who does not play for the sake of victory. And suddenly he becomes the winner of the international match of applicants.

                                               

Chris Ward

Chris Ward may refer to: Chris Ward Canadian politician born 1949, former politician in Ontario, Canada Chris Ward chess player born 1968, English chess grandmaster Chris Ward sound editor born 1970 Chris Ward director, director of gay pornograph ...

                                               

Ruffian

A ruffian is a scoundrel, rascal or unprincipled, deceitful, and unreliable person. Ruffian may refer to: Ruffian, a chess engine The Ruffian, a 1983 French-Canadian criminal adventure film HMS Bellerophon 1786, also known as Billy Ruffian Ruffia ...

                                               

Standoff

Standoff commonly refers to: Impasse, two sides negotiating an agreement are unable to reach an agreement and become deadlocked Stalemate, a situation in the game of chess where the player whose turn it is to move is not in check but has no legal ...