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Essence (disambiguation)

a measure of a living beings lifeforce in the role-playing game Shadowrun the mystical force in the pen and paper role-playing game Exalted

                                               

Daniel Lynch (disambiguation)

Matthew Daniel "Dummy" Lynch 1926–1978, American baseball second baseman Dan Lynch born 1962, American college football player and venture capitalist Dan Lynch cricketer 1854–1920, New Zealand cricketer Daniel Lynch baseball born 1996, American b ...

                                               

F12

F12, F.XII, F 12, F.12 or F-12 may refer to: Military and aviation HMS Kashmir F12, a 1939 British Royal Navy K-class destroyer Hannover F.12, a World War I era German Hannover aircraft Fokker F.XII, a 1930 Dutch three-engined high-winged monopla ...

                                               

Kate Valentine

Kate Valentine may refer to: Sister Kate Valentine, a character of the Magdalene Order from Chrono Crusade, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Daisuke Moriyama Kate Valentine, true identity of character Chloe Mitchell a fictional ...

                                               

State Fair

A state fair is a competitive and recreational gathering in the United States. It may also refer to: State Fair 1945 film, a musical remake State Fair musical, a 1996 musical play based upon the Stong novel State Fair novel, a 1932 novel by Phil ...

                                               

Andiamo

"Andiamo", song by rapper Fabri Fibra written Nesly Rice from Mr. Simpatia 2004 "Andiamo", song by Nerone from album 100K 2005 "Andiamo", song by 1200 Techniques from Choose One "Andiamo", song by The Monochrome Set Stephen Foster The Lost Weeken ...

                                               

Accidentally on Purpose

Accidentally on Purpose may refer to: Accidentally on Purpose, a 2005 short film featuring Joey Diaz "Accidentally on Purpose", a poem by Robert Frost published in his 1962 compilation In the Clearing Accidentally on Purpose: Reflections on Life, ...

                                               

Nobody but You

"Nobody but You", 1969 song by American singer Perry Como from the album Seattle "Nobody but You", 2003 song by American hip hop group Little Brother from the album The Listening "Nobody but You", 2014 song by American R&B singer Mary J. Blig ...

                                               

Playground (disambiguation)

Playground film, a 2009 film Playground 3/3, a public artwork by Tony Smith, in Beverly Gardens Park, Beverly Hills, California Playground TV series 1962, a Canadian television series Playground, a novel by 50 Cent

                                               

Paper Man

Paper Man 1968 album, a 1968 album led by American jazz trumpeter Charles Tolliver Paper Man 1971 film, a 1971 horror film - rogue computer murders students starring Dean Stockwell and Stefanie Powers Paperman 2012 film, a 2012 Disney animated sh ...

                                               

The Nutty Professor

The Nutty Professor may refer to: The Nutty Professor soundtrack, soundtrack album for the 1996 film The Nutty Professor 1996 film, directed by Tom Shadyac and starring Eddie Murphy The Nutty Professor 1963 film, directed by and starring Jerry Le ...

                                               

Jeff Draheim

Jeff Jerry Draheim is an American film editor. He mostly works in the Hollywood industry, especially in animation. He debuted with 1997 video game Disneys Animated Storybook: Hercules. His film credits include The Princess and the Frog, Frozen, M ...

                                               

Jamharat Ashar al-Arab

Jamharat Ashar al-Arab is an early Arabic poetry anthology by Abu Zayd al-Qurashi. The date of publication is unknown, and al-Qurashi is supposed by various scholars to have lived in the 8th, 9th or 10th centuries. It contains seven sections, eac ...

                                               

Misery

Misery may refer to: Misery novel, by Stephen King Misery film, based on the novel "Misery" short story, by Anton Chekhov Misery play, based on the novel

                                               

Shinobi (disambiguation)

Shinobi is the Japanese word for male ninja. It may also refer to: Shinobi 2002 video game, the PlayStation 2 sequel Shinobi video game, the original arcade video game in the series developed by Sega Shinobi 3D, the 2011 Nintendo 3DS game Shinobi ...

                                               

Ray Taylor

Ray Taylor may refer to: Ray Basslad’ Bowles Musician 1963-, Player for Y-K Operators Ray Washington Traylor Jr. 1963–2004, American professional wrestler who used the ring name Big Boss Man Ray Taylor politician 1923–2015, American politician in ...

                                               

Kevin Allen

Kevin Allen may refer to: Kevin Allen author born 1954, American author and businessman Kevin Allen, Jr. born 1986, American football defensive back Kevin Allen racing driver born 1965, American race car driver Kevin Allen journalist, American sp ...

                                               

Majlis Alam

Majlis Alam, was a minister of Sylhet from 1472 to 1476, during the reign of Shamsuddin Yusuf Shah, the Sultan of Bengal of the Ilyas Shahi dynasty.

                                               

Paulo Silva

Paulo Silva may refer to: Giant Silva Paulo Cesar da Silva, born 1963, Brazilian former basketball player, mixed martial artist and wrestler Paulo da Silva born 1980, Paraguayan football defender Paulo Silva swimmer, backstroke swimmer from Brazi ...

                                               

Murga (disambiguation)

Iran Murga, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Murga, Khuzestan Australia Murga, New South Wales Other Murga, Bulgaria Murga, Hungary Mountain Murga peak, mountain in Kosovo

                                               

Friendship Highway

There are several highways sometimes known as Friendship highways. Note that the "friendship" name may not in all cases necessarily be the current official name or common name. Mittraphap Road Thailand Route 2, literally "Friendship Road" Philipp ...

                                               

Norman B. Gray

Norman Briggs "Tiny" Gray was an American jurist who served as a Justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court from January 7, 1963 to December 31, 1971. He was born in Bloomfield, Nebraska, and received a law degree from the University of Nebraska in 192 ...

                                               

S22

S22 may refer to: Scattering parameters, Electrical Engineering - Matrix Element S22 - reflection coefficient Chery S22, a Chinese Chery Automobile model Sikorsky Ilya Muromets County Route S22 California Chilean submarine OBrien S22, a 1972 Ober ...

                                               

Zhu Guangsheng

Zhu Guangsheng is a Chinese engineer currently working as a researcher at China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation and architect at China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology.

                                               

Xiang Changle

Xiang Changle is a Chinese engineer currently serving as vice-president and executive deputy secretary of Beijing Institute of Technology.

                                               

Brig (disambiguation)

Brig, a chiefly American term for a naval military prison on a ship or navy base An abbreviation for the rank of brigadier An abbreviation for a brigade

                                               

Hermann Farber

Hermann Farber is a German politician. Born in Bohmenkirch, Baden-Wurttemberg, he represents the CDU. Hermann Farber has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Baden-Wurttemberg since 2013.

                                               

Gudrun (disambiguation)

Gudrun is the sister of Gunnar and wife of Sigurd in Norse mythology. Gudrun may also refer to: Gudrun 1992 film, a 1992 German film Gudrun whale, an orca that lived in Dolfinarium Harderwijk Harderwijk, Netherlands and SeaWorld. Kudrun, also kno ...

                                               

Sudirman (disambiguation)

Sudirman was an Indonesian army general. Sudirman may also refer to: Sudirman Arshad, a Malaysian singer Sudirman Said born 1963, 15th Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources of Indonesia Sudirman footballer, born 1983 Sudirman Range, a mountain ...

                                               

G.B.C. (cycling team)

G.B.C. was an Italian and Swiss professional cycling team that existed from 1963 to 1977. Many highly successful riders rode for the team, including Wladimiro Panizza, Roberto Ballini and Rudi Altig. In 1970, another team, Zimba merged into GBC. ...

                                               

Marty Horn

Martin "Marty" Louis Horn is a former American football quarterback who played for one season in the National Football League for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1987. He played college football at Lehigh.

                                               

Mae Massie Eberhardt

Mae Eberhardt was born to parents Randolph and Ida Kenny Graves in Virginia but moved to New Jersey after her first marriage. After the end of her first marriage, she began to work at Orange and Domestic Laundry, which led to her involvement in L ...

                                               

Al-Fadl

Al-Fadl, also spelled Al-Fazl and in other ways, is an Arabic term meaning the bounty. It is used as a male given name and, in modern usage, a surname. It may refer to:

                                               

Marlin (disambiguation)

The marlin is a large billfish sometimes also known as the spearfish. Marlin may also refer to: Cincinnati Marlins, a swim team based in Cincinnati, Ohio MarLIN, Marine Life Information Network Marlin name Marlin, Texas, city in Falls County, Tex ...

                                               

LExpress (disambiguation)

LExpress is a French weekly news magazine. LExpress may also refer to: LExpress Toronto formerly LExpress de Toronto, a French language weekly newspaper published in Toronto, Canada LExpress Neuchatel, a daily newspaper published in Neuchatel, Sw ...

                                               

Mexican Grand Prix (disambiguation)

A Mexican Grand Prix is a Grand Prix type race that takes place at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in Mexico City. Similarly named major races are as follows: Mexican Grand Prix, the Formula One race held in Mexico City from 1963–1970, f ...

                                               

Carabinier (disambiguation)

3rd Carabiniers, a cavalry regiment of the British Army. 2nd Carabinier Regiment France, was a French cavalry regiment. 150th Battalion Carabiniers Mont-Royal, CEF, was a unit in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War. Carabi ...

                                               

Abu Yahya

Abu Yahya may refer to: Abu Yahya al-Libi 1963 - 2012, Islamist ideologue and leading high-ranking official within al-Qaeda Abu Zakariya 1203–1249, the founder and first ruler of the Hafsid dynasty in Ifriqiya Abu Yahya ibn Abd al-Haqq died ca. 1 ...

                                               

Jean Schultheis

Jean Edouard Louis Schultheis, better known as Jean Schultheis is a Moroccan-born French singer-songwriter, musician, and record producer. He was made famous by his single, "Confidence pour confidence", which released in 1981.

                                               

SWW

Studio Watts Workshop founded 1963 in Watts, LA, California, USA Sitel NYSE stock ticker: SWW voicemail services company Sluzba Wywiadu Wojskowego founded 2006 Polish intelligence agency, see List of intelligence agencies of Poland Shovkoviy Shly ...

                                               

Kloc (disambiguation)

KUVS-DT, formerly KLOC-TV, a television station serving Sacramento, California, US KLOC, a radio station in Turlock, California, broadcasting a Regional Mexican format

                                               

Wando

Wando may refer to: Animals Wando horse, a thoroughbred racehorse that won the Canadian Triple Crown People Wando people, a Native American tribe Wando singer 1945–2012, Brazilian singer Wando footballer born 1963, Brazilian footballer Wando da C ...

                                               

Gillette Cup

The Gillette Cup may refer to the following cricket competitions: Gillette Cup West Indies - the name used for the KFC Cup in the 1975–76 and 1976–77 seasons Gillette Cup New Zealand - a knock-out one-day competition in the 1977–78 and 1978–79 se ...

                                               

Uttara

Uttarapatha, a legendary location in ancient Indian texts Uttara Export Processing Zone, Bangladesh Uttara Kannada, a district in Karnataka state Uttarakuru, a legendary location in ancient Indian texts Uttara Thana, a suburb north of Dhaka, Bang ...

                                               

Diego Silva

Diego Silva may refer to: Diego Pelicles da Silva born 1982, Brazilian footballer Diego Alejandro Silva born 1983, footballer for Union San Felipe Diego Costa Silva born 1979, Brazilian football goalkeeper Diego Emilio Silva born 1987, Uruguayan ...

                                               

Sweet and Sour

Sweet and Sour film, a 1963 French-Italian comedy film Sweet and Sour 1984 TV series, a 1984 Australian TV series about a fictional music group, The Takeaways, that aired on ABC Sweet and Sour 2000 talk show, an Australian community television ta ...

                                               

Liberty Unification Party

The party was originally formed as the Korea Party Proportional Korean: 비례한국당 by Choi In-shik, who exited from the United Korea Party now as the New National Participation Party. It soon changed the name to Party for National Revolution Kore ...

                                               

The Bitter Ash

The Bitter Ash is a Canadian drama film, directed by Larry Kent and released in 1963. One of the first narrative feature films ever shot in Vancouver, the film stars Alan Scarfe as Des, an unhappy blue collar man who is drawn into the citys count ...

                                               

The Years of Dreams and Revolt

The Years of Dreams and Revolt is a Canadian drama film, directed by Jean-Claude Labrecque and released in 1984. A sequel to his 1975 film The Vultures, the film revisits the story of Louis Pelletier in the 1960s, from the time of his wedding to ...

                                               

Hootenanny (disambiguation)

Hootenanny TV series, a 1960s television program Jools Annual Hootenanny, an annual television program on BBC2 hosted by Jools Holland Hootenanny Hoot, a 1963 film