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A House Is Not a Home

A House Is Not a Home may refer to: A House Is Not a Home, a 1953 autobiography by Polly Adler "A House Is Not a Home" song, a 1964 song by Dionne Warwick and the 1981 cover version by Luther Vandross A House Is Not a Home film, a 1964 American f ...

                                               

Scared Stiff

Scared Stiff may refer to: Scared Stiff 1987, an American horror movie directed by Richard Friedman Scared Stiff 1945 film, a comedy directed by Frank McDonald Scared Stiff 1987 film, a Hong Kong film starring Chow Yun-fat Scared Stiff 1953 film, ...

                                               

Murderer (disambiguation)

A murderer is a person who commits murder, the unlawful killing of a human being by another. Murderer or Murderers may also refer to: "The Murderer", a 1953 short story by Ray Bradbury Murderers film, a 2006 film Murderer play, a 1975 comedy/thri ...

                                               

Ton Bakhuis

Ton Bakhuis was a Dutch footballer and futsal goalkeeper. As a footballer Bakhuis was a goalkeeper, playing for RVC. In February 1980 he broke his leg during a friendly match in Zeist. He could not play the rest of the season, missing the competi ...

                                               

Nafa

Nafa may refer to: Nāfa, Okinawan for Naha, the capital city of the Okinawa Prefecture in Japan NAFA disambiguation Nafa, the local term for a subdistrict in Israel

                                               

Randal

Given name Randal and Randall given names, English-language masculine given names. Randal Gaines, American politician Rand Paul, United States Senator Surname Ariane Randal, a French journalist Allison Randal, a linguist, software developer and a ...

                                               

Hajin (disambiguation)

Hajin may refer to: Haçin now known as Saimbeyli, a small city and a district in Adana Province, Turkey in the Çukurova region Nor Hachn Nor Hajin meaning New Hajin, a town and urban municipal community in the Kotayk Province of Armenia, founded ...

                                               

Michael Fitzpatrick

Michael, Mike, or Mick Fitzpatrick may refer to: Michael Fitzpatrick musician born 1970, French American musician Michael Fitzpatrick Kildare politician 1942–2011, Irish politician Michael Fitzpatrick cellist born 1964, American cellist and compo ...

                                               

Paul Campbell

Paul Campbell may refer to: Paul Campbell entrepreneur born 1959, British entrepreneur and musician Paul Campbell American actor 1923–1999, American film actor Paul Campbell American football 1926–2005 Paul Campbell cricketer born 1968, New Zeala ...

                                               

Take It from Me

Take It from Me may refer to: "Take It from Me" Girlfriend song 1992 Take It from Me album, a 1964 album by Terry Gibbs "Take It from Me", a 1983 song by Platinum Blonde from Standing in the Dark "Take It from Me", a 2016 song by Kongos from Egom ...

                                               

Tony Blair (disambiguation)

Tony Blair was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007. Tony Blair may also refer to: "Tony Blair" song, by Chumbawamba Tony Blair Faith Foundation, an organisation founded by Tony Blair aimed at countering religious extremism The ...

                                               

Poljane

Poljane may refer to the following places: In Kosovo: Poljane, Istok, a settlement in the Municipality of Istok In Serbia: Poljane Obrenovac, a village in the Municipality of Obrenovac In Slovenia: Dolenje Poljane, a settlement in the Municipalit ...

                                               

Hondo Group

The Hondo Group is a geologic group that crops out in most of the Precambrian-cored uplifts of northern New Mexico. Detrital zircon geochronology gives a minimum age for the lower Hondo Group of 1765 to 1704 Mya, corresponding to the Statherian p ...

                                               

1968 World Cup (mens golf)

The 1968 World Cup took place 14–17 November at the Olgiata Golf Club in Rome, Italy. It was the 16th World Cup event, which was named the Canada Cup until 1966 and changed its name to the World Cup in 1967. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke pl ...

                                               

Hadda Ouakki

Hadda Ouakki is a Moroccan singer in the genre of Tamawayt. Ouakki sings in Central Atlas Tamazight, and is described as one of the divas of the Amazigh music.

                                               

Nightcap

Nightcap often refers to: Nightcap drink, a drink often alcoholic consumed before going to bed Nightcap garment, a soft cloth cap worn in bed Nightcap may also refer to:

                                               

Firos

Firo, one of the protagonists in the video game Firo & Klawd Fundamental interpersonal relations orientation FIRO, a theory of interpersonal relations Firo, a village in the Tillaberi Department in Niger. FIRO, post-nominal letters for a Fellow o ...

                                               

Astri Mæhre Johannessen

Astri Johanne Mæhre Johannessen married name Forde is a former Norwegian long track speed skater, who was active in the 1950s. Johannessen represented her nation four times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women; in 1952, fin ...

                                               

Vilarinho

Manuel Vilarinho, Portuguese football president Giancarlo Vilarinho born 1992, Brazilian racing driver Manuel Vilarinho painter born 1953, Portuguese painter

                                               

ABC 5 (disambiguation)

ABC 5 is a former name of the 5 Network owned by TV5 Network Inc. ABC 5 may also refer to one of the following television stations in the United States affiliated with the American Broadcasting Company:

                                               

Paul MacLean

Paul MacLean or Paul McLean may refer to: Paul MacLean ice hockey born 1958, former professional ice hockey player and former head coach of the Ottawa Senators Paul D. MacLean 1913–2007, doctor and scientist who did extensive research on the huma ...

                                               

Alex Thomson

Alex or Alec Thomson may refer to: Alex Thomson journalist born 1960, British television journalist and newscaster Alex Thomson cricketer born 1993, English cricketer Alex Thomson sailor born 1974, British yachtsman Alex Thomson rugby union born ...

                                               

Pseudoceros canadensis

These flatworms are acoelomate bilaterians. They lack respiratory and circulatory systems and therefore diffuse oxygen and CO 2 through the body surface, which is made possible due to them being highly flattened, which increases their surface are ...

                                               

Gunnel Gunlov

Gunnel Gunlov is a former Swedish long track speed skater, who was active in the 1950s. Gunlov represented her nation four times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women; in 1951 finishing 7th overall, 1952 finishing 14th overa ...

                                               

3C

3C may refer to: In astronomy: 3C, the Third Cambridge Catalogue of Radio Sources, an astronomical reference series In business: Three-cent piece Team 3C Casalinghi Jet Androni Giocattoli, a defunct Italian professional cycling team 3C Records, a ...

                                               

Chen Xi

Chen Xi is the atonal pinyin romanization of various Chinese names. It may refer to: Chen Xi born c. 1954, a Chinese dissident arrest during a 2011 crackdown Chen Xi 晨曦, a Chinese lyricist for the 1979 The Wild Goose on the Wing Chen Xi 陳豨, d ...

                                               

Ali Haydar Yıldız

Ali Haydar Yıldız was a Kurdish political activist and a founding member of the far-left Communist Party of Turkey/Marxist–Leninist insurgent organization in Turkey in 1972. Yıldız was shot and killed in a shoot-out with Turkish soldiers in 1973.

                                               

Gaviota

Gaviota State Park in southern Santa Barbara County, California Isla de las Gaviotas, Montevideo, an islet in Montevideo, Uruguay Gaviota, California, an unincorporated town near Gaviota State Park, California Gaviota Tunnel, a tunnel on U.S. Rou ...

                                               

Ricardo Sanchez (disambiguation)

Ricardo Sanchez is a retired United States Army lieutenant general. Ricardo Sanchez or Sanchez may also refer to: Ricky Sanchez born 1987, Puerto Rican basketball player Ricardo Sanchez baseball, baseball player Ricardo Sanchez Mujica born 1983, ...

                                               

Baron Hill

Jonathan Hill, Baron Hill of Oareford born 1960, British politician, EU Commissioner and life peer Baron Hill, a subsidiary title of Viscount Hill Charles Hill, Baron Hill of Luton 1904–1989, British physician, politician, television executive an ...

                                               

Robert Griffiths

Robert Griffiths may refer to: Robert Griffiths physicist born 1937, American physicist Bobby Griffiths born 1942, footballer for Chester City Bob Griffiths priest born 1953, Church in Wales priest Robert Griffiths politician born 1952, British c ...

                                               

Perfidy (disambiguation)

Perfidy may refer to: Perfidy book 1961, written by Ben Hecht, it details the events surrounding the Rudolf Kastner trial. Perfidy film 1953, is a Yugoslavian drama film directed by Vladimir Pogacic. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festi ...

                                               

Let Me Be the One

Let Me Be the One may refer to: "Let Me Be the One" The Carpenters song, 1971 "Let Me Be the One", a song by Nicolette Larson from her 1988 album Shadows of Love Let Me Be the One album, a 1984 album by Angela Bofill "Let Me Be the One" Hank Lock ...

                                               

UVA method

The UVA method is an accounting and decision-making tool, based on calculating the cost of sales. Unlike management accounting, which calculates product margins, the UVA method calculates the result generated by each sale. The UVA method relies o ...

                                               

Laurence Harvey (disambiguation)

Lawrence Harvey footballer born 1972, Turks and Caicos footballer Lawrence Harvey rugby union c.1876 - c.1953, Scotland player Laurence Harvey cycling, participated in cycling at the 2013 Canada Summer Games

                                               

Quadratic

In mathematics, the term quadratic describes something that pertains to squares, to the operation of squaring, to terms of the second degree, or equations or formulas that involve such terms. Quadratus is Latin for square.

                                               

Jalopy (disambiguation)

Lemon automobile, a defective automobile Rat rod, an updated term for a modern interpretation of a jalopy, Not to be confused with a traditional hot rod. An old car

                                               

Gordon Bell (disambiguation)

Gordon Bell is an American electrical engineer and manager. Gordon Bell may also refer to: Gordon Bell singer-songwriter born 1969, Scottish musician based in Switzerland Gordon Bell physician 1911–2005, Canadian physician Gordon Bell comics 1934 ...

                                               

Muffin (disambiguation)

Muffins album, 1997 album by Hoobastank The Muffins, 1970s American band Muffin the Mule, puppet character in British television programs for children Charlie Muffin, fictional character in the 1979 television film of the same name Muffin Films, ...

                                               

Adults Only

Many age based content ratings restrict access to audiences below the age of majority, and are often identified or defined as "Adults Only": Adults Only AO; assigned to video games by the Entertainment Software Rating Board ESRB List of AO-rated ...

                                               

Samars 1st congressional district

Samars 1st congressional district is one of the two congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Samar. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Assembly ...

                                               

Cagayans 2nd congressional district

Cagayans 2nd congressional district is one of the three congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Cagayan. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Ass ...

                                               

Negros Orientals 1st congressional district

Negros Orientals 1st congressional district is one of the three congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Negros Oriental. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in th ...

                                               

Negros Occidentals 1st congressional district

Negros Occidentals 1st congressional district is one of the six congressional districts of the Philippines in the province of Negros Occidental. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in ...

                                               

Picnic (disambiguation)

Picnic 1955 film, a film starring William Holden and Kim Novak Picnic play, a 1953 play by William Inge "Theme from Picnic or simply "Picnic", a song from the 1955 film Picnic 2000 film, an American TV film adaptation starring Bonnie Bedelia Picn ...

                                               

Songs of Innocence (disambiguation)

Songs of Innocence is an illustrated collection of poems by William Blake, the first book of two in Songs of Innocence and Experience. Songs of Innocence may also refer to: Songs of Innocence: The Story of British Childhood, a book by Fran Abrams

                                               

Sylvie Blocher

Sylvie Blocher is a French artist. Blocher is known for her video works that engage local communities. Her long-running project Living Pictures is a series of video portraits that, according to Blocher, attempts to "render speech in images".

                                               

Deadly

Deadly may refer to: Karla film, a 2006 American motion picture originally titled Deadly A modern colloquialism used by Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to indicate cool, rockin, fantastic. See the Deadly Awards. Deadly UK TV ser ...

                                               

Waaris

Waaris may refer to: Waris Shah, a Punjabi Sufi poet Waaris 1954 film, a Hindi film, with music by Anil Biswas Waaris 1988 film, a Hindi film that released in 1988 Waaris 1999 Zee TV series, a serial that aired on the Indian satellite television ...

                                               

Willem Prinsloo

Prinsloo participated during his career in the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open. His best singles performance at a Grand Slam was reaching the second round at the 1977 and 1978 US Open. On the Grand Prix circuit he reached the quarter-final ...