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Treasure Island (1971 film)

The elderly pirate Billy Bones settles in a tavern. Jim Hawkins finds in his chest a map of Treasure Island, collects a team and sets off on a journey.

                                               

Corniche (disambiguation)

Corniche is a type of a road running by a mountain side or by a headland. Corniche or The Corniche may refer to the following places: Corniche Jjilienne in Algeria Grande Corniche Corniche Abu Dhabi in the UAE Dubai Corniche in Dubai, UAE Cornich ...

                                               

Misuse of Drugs Act

Misuse of Drugs Act is the name of several similar national drug control laws passed by countries in the Commonwealth of Nations and by the Republic of Ireland. With the exception of Irelands 1977 Act, they all sort drugs into three categories, C ...

                                               

Kelso

Australia Kelso, Queensland, a suburb of Townsville, Queensland Kelso, Tasmania, a small village in the north of Tasmania Kelso, New South Wales, a suburb of Bathurst Canada Lake Kelso Kelso, Saskatchewan, a small town north-west of Moose Mountai ...

                                               

Dixy (disambiguation)

Dixy Chicken, an English fast food chain, founded in 1986, with outlets across the United Kingdom that specialize in preparing and serving halal chicken

                                               

Al-Fajr

Al-Fajr Palestinian newspaper, an Arabic daily newspaper published in Jerusalem from 1971 to 1993 Al-Fajr English Weekly, a Palestinian English-language weekly formerly published in Jerusalem Al-Fajr TV est. 2004, an Islamic TV channel El Fagr Eg ...

                                               

Germen

Germen or Germin may refer to: Xylophanes germen, a species of butterfly in Macroglossinae in Genus Xylophanes San Germen F.C., a team in the Club Atletico Independiente de La Chorrera Germen, an archaic form of germ, meaning seed

                                               

Holiday Report

Holiday Report is a 1971 West German comedy film directed by Ernst Hofbauer and starring Sybil Danning, Astrid Frank and Werner Abrolat. It was produced by Wolf C. Hartwigs Rapid Film, in an attempt to capitalise on the success of the companys hi ...

                                               

The American Dreamer

The American Dreamer is a 1971 American documentary film directed by L. M. Kit Carson and Lawrence Schiller. It follows Dennis Hopper at his home and studio during the post-production of the film The Last Movie, which he directed and starred in. ...

                                               

Yegor Bulychyov and Others

The film tells about a large Russian timber merchant Yegor Burlychov, who is experiencing an internal conflict and a conflict with the surrounding unfair world.

                                               

SIAC Construction Ltd v The County Council of the County of Mayo

SIAC Construction Ltd v The County Council of the County of Mayo 3 IR 148 was a case in which the Supreme Court of Ireland ruled that, in exercising its margin of discretion in the area of public procurement, a tender awarding authority is requir ...

                                               

Baseball (disambiguation)

Baseball drinking game, a game using ping-pong balls and cups of beer Baseball 1971 video game, a mainframe computer game Vintage base ball, a sport using 19th-century baseball rules Baseball ball, the ball used in baseball Baseball, a variation ...

                                               

Assault (disambiguation)

Psychic assault, sometimes used as the collective term for related crime of battery see battery crime) Assault tort Assault a crime, which may further refer to Common assault Indecent assault Aggravated sexual assault Assault causing bodily harm ...

                                               

World Rally (1993 video game)

World Rally is a 1993 racing arcade video game developed by Zigurat Software and published by Gaelco in Spain, Sigma in Japan and Atari Games in North America. Themed around rallying, the game pit players with races across various locations under ...

                                               

Relic (disambiguation)

The Relic film, a 1997 horror film based on the 1995 novel see below "Relic", the nickname of Stafford T. Phillips, a character in the Canadian TV series The Beachcombers Relics: Einsteins Brain, a 1994 documentary Relic Hunter, Canadian televisi ...

                                               

Oregon Trail (disambiguation)

The Oregon Trail, a 2015 play by Bekah Brunstetter

                                               

R-Types

R-Types is a 1998 shootem up video game compilation developed and published by Irem for the PlayStation. It was published by ASCII Corporation in North America, and by Virgin Interactive in Europe. R-Types contains two games from Irems R-Type fra ...

                                               

17-sai

"17-sai", Jūnana-sai, lit. "17 Years Old") is the debut single by Japanese singer Saori Minami. Written by Mieko Arima and Kyōhei Tsutsumi, the single was released by CBS Sony on June 1, 1971. Tsutsumi based the song on "Rose Garden" by Lynn Ande ...

                                               

By a Thread

"Hangin On By A Thread", song by Farquahr, written Farquahr & Ragavoy 1971 "Hanging by a Thread", song by Elk Road featuring Natalie Foster 2016. "Hanging By A Thread", song by Mike and The Mechanics, written Mike Rutherford 1986 "Hangin On By A ...

                                               

Montreal Convention (disambiguation)

Several international agreements or other texts have been arrived at in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Declaration of Montreal that Access to Pain Management Is a Fundamental Human Right - 2010 Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for Inter ...

                                               

Helene Hatzfeld

Helene Hatzfeld is a French political scientist. She has published books on topics including social science methodology, the evolution of social work, innovations in the city of Louviers from the 1960s through the 1980s, and the political history ...

                                               

Critical path

Critical path may refer to: Critical Path book, by Buckminster Fuller Critical path network diagram, a network diagram highlighting the critical path Critical Path Project, early source of HIV/AIDS information founded by Kiyoshi Kuromiya Critical ...

                                               

Numanus Remulus

Numanus Remulus is a Rutulian appearing in Book 9 of Virgils Aeneid. He is the brother-in-law of the Rutulian prince Turnus, and is killed by the Trojan prince Ascanius, son of Aeneas and future king of Alba Longa. Numanus is a minor character in ...

                                               

Bessie (disambiguation)

Bessie is a feminine given name. It may also refer to: Bessie, Oklahoma, United States, a town Alvah Bessie 1904-1985, American novelist, journalist and screenwriter blacklisted as one of the Hollywood Ten Bessie narrowboat, a boat in the West Co ...

                                               

Bull Island (disambiguation)

Bull Island or Bulls Island or Bulls Island may refer to the following: Places Bull Island Essex County, Massachusetts Bulls Island State Park New Jersey Bull Island Antarctica, in the Possession Islands of Victoria Land Bull Island Dukes County, ...

                                               

Live in Europe

Live in Europe may refer to: Live in Europe Curtis Mayfield album, 1988 Live in Europe Fred Hersch album, 2018 Pink: Live in Europe, a 2006 live music DVD by Pink Live in Europe Dave Douglas album, 1997 Live in Europe The Flock album, 2004 Live i ...

                                               

Blue Raspberry

Blue Raspberry may refer to: Blue raspberry, a local name used in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada, for the cultivar Columbian, a hybrid purple raspberry of Rubus strigosus and Rubus occidentalis. Blue Raspberry singer Candi Lindsey born 197 ...

                                               

1972 Bean Station, Tennessee bus crash

The 1972 Bean Station, Tennessee bus crash was a head-on collision involving a double-decker Greyhound bus and a tractor-trailer on U.S. Route 11W in Grainger County, Tennessee, that occurred near the city of Bean Station on the morning of May 13 ...

                                               

Tago Ativalu

Ativalu worked as a police officer and became a civil servant in the Department of Public Works. He also served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve and was a member of the Veterans Association. He was elected to the Senate of the Thirteenth ...

                                               

Frank Watson

Frank Watson may refer to: Frank Watson Bahamas politician born 1940, former Deputy Prime Minister of the Bahamas Frank Watson rugby league 1923–2016, rugby league footballer of the 1940s and 1950s for Leeds, and Castleford Frank Rushmore Watson ...

                                               

Culpeper

Culpeper, Virginia, United States Culpeper Historic District Culpeper Amtrak station Culpeper Regional Airport Culpeper National Cemetery The Culpeper Star-Exponent newspaper Culpeper County, Virginia, United States The Culpeper Basin in New Jers ...

                                               

B&H (disambiguation)

Benson & Hedges, a British brand of cigarettes Benson & Hedges Cup UK Ice Hockey, a name of the Autumn Cup from 1982 until 2000 B&H Publishing Group, a division of LifeWay Christian Resources B&H Rail, formerly the Bath and Hammondsport R ...

                                               

Ipiranga

Ipiranga Airport, an airport in Santo Antonio do Iça, Amazonas Ipiranga do Sul, a municipality in Rio Grande do Sul Ipiranga de Goias, a municipality in Goias Ipiranga do Piaui, a municipality in Piaui Ipiranga do Norte, a municipality in Mato Grosso

                                               

Weightlifting at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Mens 52 kg

The flyweight division has been added as the lightest weight category for the 1972 Summer Olympics. It had been contested international since 1969. Only men competed in all the weight classes.

                                               

Titi (disambiguation)

Titi is a New World monkey in the genus Callicebus. Titi may also refer to: Animals Māori name for the sooty shearwater Puffinus griseus Central American squirrel monkey, referred to as the "titi monkey" in Costa Rica Geoffroys tamarin, referred ...

                                               

Atherigona soccata

Atherigona soccata, the sorghum shoot fly, is a species of fly in the family Muscidae whose larvae feed on the central growing shoots of millet crops like sorghum where they can cause serious loss of yield across Africa and Asia. Sorghum is grown ...

                                               

Francisco Javier Fernandez

Francisco Javier Fernandez may refer to: Paquillo Fernandez more known as born 1977, Spanish race walker born Francisco Javier Fernandez Pelaez Francisco Fernandez Chilean footballer born 1975, Chilean footballer born Francisco Javier Fernandez T ...

                                               

Cristian Alvarez

Cristian Alvarez may refer to: Cristian Alvarez footballer, born 1983, Guatemalan football goalkeeper Cristian Alvarez footballer, born 1980, Chilean football defender Cristian Marcelo Alvarez born 1992, Argentine footballer Cristian Edgardo Alva ...

                                               

Diu

Diu may refer to: Diu district, part of the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu Diu Head, a headland in the Arabian Sea Diu Island, an island and part of Diu district Diu, India, a city in Diu district in the union territo ...

                                               

Treaty of Accession

The Treaty of Accession can refer to the following treaties of the European Union: Treaty of Accession 1972, concerning Denmark, Ireland, Norway and the United Kingdom Treaty of Accession 2003, concerning eight Eastern European and two Mediterran ...

                                               

Doing It Right

"Doin It Right", a 1981 song by Barbara Mandrell from Barbara Mandrell Live "Doin It Right", a 1980 song by the Powder Blues Band from Uncut "Doing It Right", a 2007 song by The Go! Team from Proof of Youth "Doin It Right", a 2005 song by Steve A ...

                                               

EgyptAir crash

EgyptAir crash may refer to several incidents involving EgyptAir aircraft: 2002: EgyptAir Flight 843 crashed near Tunis in a storm due to pilot error 1976: EgyptAir Flight 864 crashed into an industrial complex in Bangkok, caused by pilot error 1 ...

                                               

Modern pentathlon at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Mens team

The team modern pentathlon at the 1972 Summer Olympics was one of two events, along with the individual competition. As usual in Olympic modern pentathlon, one competition was held and each competitors score was included to the Individual competi ...

                                               

Modern pentathlon at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Mens individual

The individual modern pentathlon at the 1972 Summer Olympics was one of two modern pentathlon events, along with the team competition. As usual in Olympic modern pentathlon, one competition was held and each competitors score was included to the ...

                                               

Little Bit of Love (Free song)

Little Bit of Love ", also known as A Little Bit of Love ", is a song and single by British rock band, Free. Written by the four members of the band, it reach number 13 on the UKs Official UK singles chart and stayed in the charts for 10 weeks. T ...

                                               

Edward Parry

Edward Parry may refer to: Edward Abbott Parry 1863–1943, English judge and dramatist Edward Parry prelate 1862–1922, Roman Catholic prelate, Apostolic Prefect of Zambesi 1920–1922 Edward Parry Archbishop of the West Indies 1861–1943, Bishop of G ...

                                               

Indah

Indah may refer to: Indah orangutan, a resident of the Great Ape Trust Indah Water Konsortium, a national sewerage company in Malaysia Places: Bukit Indah, a township in Iskandar Puteri, Johor, Malaysia Harapan Indah, a city in Bekasi, West Java, ...

                                               

Sanction

Sanctions law, penalties imposed by courts Economic sanctions, typically a ban on trade, possibly limited to certain sectors such as armaments, or with certain exceptions such as food and medicine, e.g., Sanctions against Iran International sanct ...

                                               

Qasr Ibn Hubayrah

Qasr Ibn Hubayrah was a city of medieval Iraq, north of Hillah and Babylon. It was briefly the capital of the Abbasid Caliphate, under the caliphs As-Saffah and Al-Mansur, before the construction of Baghdad.

                                               

Kinlay Group

The Kinlay Group was a travel, tourism, and hospitality company. It operated in Ireland and the United Kingdom. The company went out of business in 2020 and a petition for liquidation was made on 27 March 2020.