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Suburban (disambiguation)

Suburban refers to the suburbs of a metropolitan area. Suburban may also refer to: Suburban Records Suburban Station, an underground commuter rail station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Plymouth Suburban, a station wagon Holden Suburban, a rebadge ...

                                               

Ford jeep

Ford jeep may refer to: Ford M151, Fords successor to the U.S. military Willys jeeps, produced from 1959, and used through the 1990s Ford Pygmy, Fords first prototype for the U.S. Armys requirement for the World War II light reconnaissance vehicl ...

                                               

K-car

K-car may refer to: Chrysler K platform, an automobile platform Of which the Dodge Aries and Plymouth Reliant were generically referred to as K-cars because of the platform and the K insignia Chevrolet C/K, Chevrolet and GMCs full-size pickup tru ...

                                               

Scotsman (disambiguation)

Scotsman may mean: "The Scotsman," a novelty song written by Mike Cross, featured on the Dr. Demento 20th Anniversary Collection album. The Scotsman Hotel in Edinburgh, Scotland formally the offices of The Scotsman The Scotsman, a national newspa ...

                                               

Handedness (disambiguation)

Handedness is a human attribute reflecting the unequal distribution of fine motor skill between the left and right hands. Handedness may also refer to: Sinistral and dextral, terms in biology and geology Chirality electromagnetism, an electromagn ...

                                               

Stentor (disambiguation)

Stentor is a figure from Greek mythology. Stentor can also refer to: Stentor, genus of large, unicellular, ciliate protozoa Stentor, a PACS in the US Health industry. The Stentor, student-run newspaper at Lake Forest College Armstrong Siddeley St ...

                                               

Alexey Falkin

Alexey Sergeevich Falkin, also known as The EMERCOM Maniac, is a Russian serial killer and rapist responsible for four murders and eight rapes from 2004 to 2017, in Yekaterinburg and Verkhnyaya Pyshma. Following his arrest for the murder of Irina ...

                                               

Time (2020 film)

Time is an 2020 American documentary film, directed and produced by Garret Bradley. It follows Sibil Fox Richardson, fighting for the release of her husband, Rob, serving a 60-year prison sentence. It had its world premiere at the Sundance Film F ...

                                               

Disney Enterprises

Disney Enterprises may refer to: Walt Disney Imagineering or WED Enterprises, subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company: research, development and engineering. The Walt Disney Company, known as Walt Disney Productions until 1986, a publicly traded co ...

                                               

DCP

Dynamic compression plate, a metallic plate used in orthopedics Diphenylcyclopropenone, a medication for alopecia areata Des-gamma carboxyprothrombin, a liver cancer marker

                                               

Video Jukebox

Video Jukebox may refer to: Video Jukebox, an American television program that aired from 1981 to 1986 on Home Box Office HBO. Video Jukebox Network, a cable, satellite and UHF broadcast Florida television service. YouTube Jukebox, a free service ...

                                               

Derek Chauvin

Derek Michael Chauvin is an American former police officer charged with the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25, 2020. During an arrest made by Chauvin and three other officers, he knelt on George Floyds neck for almost e ...

                                               

Monica Zalaquett

Monica Beatriz Zalaquett Said is a Chilean business and political communicator. She currently serves as Minister of Women and Gender Equity under the second government of Sebastian Piñera since June 9, 2020, replacing Macarena Santelices. Between ...

                                               

Jared Shuster

Jared Shuster is an American left-handed college baseball pitcher for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the 2020 Major League Baseball draft, and signed with the team.

                                               

Franc Kramberger

Archbishop Franc Kramberger is a Slovenian Roman Catholic prelate who served as a Bishop of the Diocese of Maribor from 6 November 1980 until 7 April 2006 and as an Archbishop of the newly elevated Archdiocese of Maribor since 7 April 2006 until ...

                                               

Cabernet

Cabernet blanc, a German/Swiss hybrid of Cabernet Sauvignon and another unknown grape variety Cabernet Dorsa, a 1971 hybrid of Cabernet Sauvignon and Dornfelder, created in Germany Bequignol noir, a French wine grape that has Cabernet as a synony ...

                                               

Van der Gaag Lane

Van der Gaag Lane was a short privately-owned road south of Delft in the Netherlands, notable for being the subject of a frog war between property developer A.H.J. van Wickevoort Crommelin and the operator of the Netherlands first railway, Hollan ...

                                               

Rinshi-no-mori Park

Rinshi-no-mori Park is a public park that straddles the wards of Meguro and Shinagawa in Tokyo, Japan. The parks name derives from the Japanese term ringyo shikenba, meaning an experimental forestry station.

                                               

SS Aberdeen (disambiguation)

SS Aberdeen is a steamship operating for the Canadian Pacific Railway on Okanagan Lake from 1893 to 1919. SS Aberdeen may also refer to: SS Aberdeen 1912, a coastal whale catcher operating out of Grays Harbor from the Canada–US border south to Ca ...

                                               

Western Middle Anthracite Field

The Western Middle Anthracite Field is a large basin containing veins of anthracite coal found in Pennsylvania in the Eastern United States. The region is in the Appalachian Mountains and is the third-largest anthracite field in the anthracite re ...

                                               

Emoluments Clause

The Emoluments Clause may refer to the following clauses in the United States Constitution: The Domestic Emoluments Clause, Article II, Section 1, Clause 7, also called the Presidential Emoluments Clause, affecting the Presidents salary The Forei ...

                                               

Olusegun Oke Library

Olusegun Oke Library is the main academic library of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso in Oyo State, Nigeria. It was formerly known as LAUTECH Library and was established in July 1990, some months after the inauguration of th ...

                                               

Beethoven-Haus (Krems an der Donau)

The Beethoven House is a museum in the village of Gneixendorf near Krems an der Donau in Austria. It is a former residence of Ludwig van Beethoven and it is part of the cultural heritage of Austria. The residence currently features several rooms ...

                                               

Beethovens violin sonatas

Ludwig van Beethoven composed the following violin sonatas between 1798 and 1812. Violin Sonata No. 2 in A, Op. 12 Violin Sonata No. 8 in G, Op. 30 Violin Sonata No. 1 in D, Op. 12 Violin Sonata No. 6 in A, Op. 30 Violin Sonata No. 5 in F, Op. 24 ...

                                               

Piano Sonata in C major

Piano Sonata No. 1 Mozart, K. 279 Piano Sonata No. 16 Mozart, K. 545 The most famous one Piano Sonata No. 10 Mozart, K. 330 Piano Sonata No. 7 Mozart, K. 309

                                               

K38

K38 may refer to: K-38 Masterpiece, a popular series of revolvers manufactured by Smith & Wesson, specifically the Smith & Wesson Model 14 and Smith & Wesson Model 15 K38 Water Safety, a personal water craft training organization K-38 trailer, a ...

                                               

Violin Sonata No. 24 (Mozart)

Violin Sonata No. 24 in F major, k. 376, was composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Vienna during the summer of 1781. Like all other sonatas of Op. 2, this piece also has three movements. Later, this piece, along with three other sonatas by Mozar ...

                                               

2020–21 Arsenal W.F.C. season

The 2020–21 season is Arsenal Womens Football Clubs 35rd season of competitive football. The club participates in the Womens Super League, the FA Cup and the League Cup.

                                               

Parker Jackson-Cartwright

Parker Jackson-Cartwright is an American professional basketball player for the Cheshire Phoenix of the British Basketball League. He played college basketball for the Arizona Wildcats.

                                               

1946 St. Bonaventure Bonnies football team

The 1946 St. Bonaventure Bonnies football team, sometimes also referred to as the St. Bonaventure Brown Indians, was an American football team that represented St. Bonaventure University during the 1946 college football season. The team compiled ...

                                               

1957 Temple Owls football team

The 1957 Temple Owls football team was an American football team that represented Temple University as an independent during the 1957 NCAA College Division football season. In its second season under head coach Peter P. Stevens, the team compiled ...

                                               

Buffalo police shoving incident

On June 4, 2020, amid the George Floyd protests in New York state, police officers from the Buffalo Police Department pushed 75-year-old Martin Gugino during a confrontation in Buffalos Niagara Square, causing him to fall to the ground which left ...

                                               

1960–61 Real Madrid CF season

The 1960–61 season was Real Madrid Club de Futbols 58th season in existence and the clubs 29th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football.

                                               

Taiwanese in New York City

New York City is home to the second-largest Taiwanese American population, after Los Angeles, California, enumerating an estimated 40.000 to 50.000 individuals as of 2020.

                                               

Evacuations by the Philippines related to the COVID-19 pandemic

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the national and local governments of the Philippines have coordinated numerous international and domestic evacuations.

                                               

The Music and Theater Folk High School

The Music and Theater Folk High School is a Danish folk high school in Toftlund, Denmark, which specializes in the performing arts. Like many folk high schools today, it prepares many young people for higher education in the performing arts, whil ...

                                               

Windows Cyrillic + German

Windows Cyrillic + German is a modification of Windows-1251 that was used by Paratype to cover languages that use the Cyrillic script such as Russian, Bulgarian, and Serbian Cyrillic on a German language keyboard. This encoding was also used by G ...

                                               

Raymix (musician)

Edmundo Gomez Moreno, better known by his stage name Raymix, is a Mexican musician and aerospace engineer. Nicknamed El Rey de la Electrocumbia, Raymix started his music career in the early 2010s, when he joined a trance project called Light & Wa ...

                                               

Ur So F**king Cool

Ur So F**king Cool ", uncensored Ur So Fucking Cool or Ur So cOoL on clean versions) is a song by Australian singer Tones and I. It was released on 29 May 2020 by Bad Batch Records and distributed by Sony Music in Australia and New Zealand and gl ...

                                               

Kmart (disambiguation)

Kmart is the nickname of: Carlos Martinez pitcher, born 1982, an MLB pitcher Kelvin Martin American football, an NFL player Kevin Martin basketball, born 1983, an NBA player Kevin Martin curler, a curler Kenyon Martin, an NBA player

                                               

West Bend-Mallard Community School District

West Bend-Mallard Community School District is a school district headquartered in a single K-12 campus in West Bend, Iowa. The district is mostly in Palo Alto and Kossuth counties, with sections in Pocahontas and Humboldt counties. In addition to ...

                                               

Wheelin and Dealin (Asleep at the Wheel album)

Wheelin and Dealin is the fourth album by American country band Asleep at the Wheel. Produced by Tommy Allsup at Woodland Sound Studio in Nashville, Tennessee, it was released in July 1976 as the groups second album on Capitol Records. It is the ...

                                               

Silver Tongue (album)

Silver Tongue is the fourth studio album by American musician Torres. It was released on January 31, 2020 under Merge Records. The first single from the album, "Good Scare" was released on October 29, 2019. The second single "Gracious Day" was re ...

                                               

U.F.O. (album)

U.F.O. is the debut album by psychedelic folk singer-songwriter Jim Sullivan, released in 1969. The album was unpopular upon release, but has gained a cult following in part due to the mysterious disappearance of Sullivan. While it is commonly kn ...

                                               

Unborn Spark (Never Shout Never album)

Unborn Spark is the eighth studio album by American rock band Never Shout Never, featuring 7 tracks. It was announced as a solo album as Christofer Drew, but was eventually released as a Never Shout Never album on June 12, 2020, under Drews own K ...

                                               

Double dribble (disambiguation)

A double dribble is an illegal move in basketball. Double dribble may also refer to: Double Dribble: The Playoff Edition, a 1994 sequel Double Dribble video game, a 1986 arcade game by Konami Double Dribble”, a short story by George Alec Effinger ...

                                               

B7 (album)

B7 is the upcoming seventh studio album by American singer Brandy Norwood. It is due to be released on July 31, 2020, through Brandys imprint, Brand Nu, Inc and eOne. B7 will be Norwoods first studio album since Two Eleven. The album was preceded ...

                                               

Vim

Vim is enthusiasm and vigor; it may refer to: Vim Records Vim Comedy Company, a movie studio "Vim", a song by Machine Head on the album Through the Ashes of Empires Vim cleaning product Vimentin, a protein Vim text editor VIM may refer to: a Vero ...

                                               

One Margarita

One Margarita is a song recorded by American country music singer Luke Bryan. It is the third single from his seventh studio album Born Here Live Here Die Here. Bryans bandleader Michael Carter wrote the song with Josh Thompson and Matt Dragstrem.

                                               

Fu Chronicles

Fu Chronicles is the seventh studio album by American band Antibalas. It was released on February 7, 2020 under Daptone In support of the album, the band announced a tour.