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Sleepless Nights

Sleepless Nights 2002 film, direct-to-video horror film Sleepless Nights 1932 film, British film directed by Thomas Bentley Sleepless Nights 2003 film, 2003 Egyptian film

                                               

Barry Roberts (cricketer)

Barry Leonard Roberts is a former New Zealand cricketer who played first-class and List A cricket for Northern Districts in 1977–78. In his only List A match, Barry Roberts opened the batting for Northern Districts and made 33 not out as he and D ...

                                               

Dietrich Austermann

Dietrich Austermann is a German politician. He represents the CDU. Austermann was a member of the Bundestag from the state of Schleswig-Holstein from 1982 to 2005.

                                               

Snorrason

Snorrason may refer to: Oddr Snorrason, Latin royal biography attributed to a 12th-century Icelandic Benedictine monk at the Thingeyrar Monastery Þingeyrarklaustur Olafur Pall Snorrason born 1982, Icelandic international footballer who plays club ...

                                               

Chasing the Sun

Chasing the Sun, a book by R. M. Ballantyne Chasing the Sun, a book by Richard Cohen Chasing the Sun, a book by Tracie Peterson Chasing the Sun, or Mengejar Matahari, a 2004 Indonesian film Chasing the Sun, a book by Juanes

                                               

1982 Campionati Internazionali di Sicilia

The 1982 Campionati Internazionali di Sicilia, also known as the Sicilian Open, was a mens tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts in Palermo, Italy that was part of the 1982 Volvo Grand Prix. It was the fourth edition of the tournament a ...

                                               

Cane River (disambiguation)

Cane River is a river formed from a portion of the Red River that is located in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, United States. Cane River may also refer to:

                                               

Shallow

Shallow, a type of ocean bank topography or shoal which is shallow compared to its surroundings Shallow Brook, New Jersey, United States Shallow Pond Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Shallow Bay disambiguation, various places Shallow Lake, ...

                                               

Sergey Kud-Sverchkov

Kud-Sverchkov was born on 23 August 1983 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic. In 2006, he graduated with honours from Moscow State Technical University with a degree specialising in rocket engineering.

                                               

66th Infantry Division (South Korea)

The 66th Reserve Infantry Division is a military formation of the Republic of Korea Reserve Forces. The division is subordinated to the Mobilization Force Command and is headquartered in Gapyeong County, Gyeonggi Province. During the peacetime, t ...

                                               

Wind Farms in the Sustainable Reserve of Ponta do Tubarão

The Sustainable Development Reserve of Ponta do Tubarão in Brazil was created in 2003. It was created as an aim of protecting the environment from different attempts to develop the area into a tourist resort or simple shrimp hatcheries along the ...

                                               

Affendi Buang

Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Hj Affendi Bin Hj Buang is a Malaysian Air Force General who serves as the 21st Chief of Defence Forces. Prior to his assignment, he previously served as the Chief of Air Force.

                                               

Transitions (Emily Remler album)

Transitions is the third studio album by jazz guitarist Emily Remler. She was accompanied by John Dearth on the trumpet and by bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Bob Moses in the rhythm section. In the liner notes of this album Leonard Feather gathe ...

                                               

Lung (disambiguation)

Lung is an organ for breathing. Lung s may also refer to: Lung, Tibet, a village in Tibet Lung Tibetan Buddhism, a concept in Tibetan Buddhism Long surname, also transliterated as "Lung" Radical 212 龍, the Chinese character for "dragon" translit ...

                                               

New Zealand Railways

New Zealand Railways may refer to KiwiRail, a division of New Zealand Railways Corporation, which is the current rail services owner/operator and infrastructure owner/maintainer. New Zealand Railways may also refer to the following defunct compan ...

                                               

From the Ashes

From the ashes is a metaphor related to the mythological phoenix. From the Ashes may refer to: From the Ashes novel, a novel by Jesse Thistle From the Ashes: Nicaragua Today, a 1982 documentary film From the Ashes album, a 2003 album by Pennywise ...

                                               

Gabin

Gabin may refer to: Saint Gabinus, name of two Christian martyrs Gabin surname Jean-Gabin Moubeke born 1982, Ivorian footballer Gabin Dabire, Burkinabe musician Jean Gabin, a French actor

                                               

Best of Friends (disambiguation)

The Best of Friends, a 1972 novel by Joy Fielding The Best of Friends play, a 1987 epistolary play by Hugh Whitemore The Best of Friends, a 1902 play by Cecil Raleigh

                                               

Married Bachelor (1982 film)

Sergey and Tamara met on the train. According to Tamara, she goes to her family, and with her husband has developed, but does not want to talk about it with relatives. Sergey, in turn, decides to introduce herself as her husband, but it was not s ...

                                               

Jacqueline Amongin

Jacqueline Amongin is a Ugandan MP. She is a member of the National Resistance Movement, who has been awarded a Mandela Leadership Prize for "promoting good governance and development in Africa".

                                               

Dogwood (disambiguation)

Piscidia piscipula, known as Jamaican dogwood, a species in the family Fabaceae native to the Caribbean Pomaderris apetala, a species in the family Rhamnaceae native to Tasmania Solanum dulcamara, a species of vine in the family Solanaceae native ...

                                               

Joseph-Bernard de Chabert-Cogolin

Joseph-Bernard de Chabert-Cogolin was a French Navy officer. He served in the War of American Independence.

                                               

Gas chamber (disambiguation)

Gas chamber may refer to a means of execution wherein a poisonous gas is introduced into a hermetically sealed chamber, to kill animals or humans. Gas chamber may also refer to:

                                               

GLK

Gay and Lesbian Kingdom of the Coral Sea Islands, a micronation established as a symbolic political protest by a group of gay rights activists based in Australia Abdullahi Yusuf Airport, serving Galkayo, Somalia Oshaco International Airport, serv ...

                                               

Neighbourhood (disambiguation)

Neighbourhood graph theory, a grouping in graph theory the Moore neighborhood and Von Neumann neighborhood, used in describing cellular automata Neighbourhood mathematics, a concept in topology

                                               

Khalil Ibrahim (disambiguation)

Khalil Ibrahim was the founder of the Justice and Equality Movement, Sudan. Khalil Ibrahim or Ibrahim Khalil may also refer to: Ibrahim Khaleel born 1982, Indian cricketer One of the four bloggers whose arrests precipitated the 2013 Bengali blog ...

                                               

Marwan ibn Abd al-Malik

Marwan ibn Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan, referred to as Marwan al-Akbar to distinguish from younger half brother with the same name, was an Umayyad prince, son of Caliph Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan, and one-time heir to the caliphate.

                                               

Dapeng

Dapeng or Da Peng may refer to: Dapeng Peninsula 大鹏半岛, in the east of Shenzhen Dapeng New District Dapeng LNG terminal Peng mythology or Da Peng, mythological bird Mirs Bay, Hong Kong, known as Dapeng Bay Dong Chengpeng or Da Peng born 1982, ...

                                               

Zhang Jie

Zhang Jie may refer to: Jason Zhang born 1982, Chinese singer Zhang Jie voice actor born 1978, Chinese dub Zhang Jie writer born 1937, Chinese novelist Chase Chang born 1982, Taiwanese musician and former member of Nan Quan Mama Zhang Jie scienti ...

                                               

Siamese twins (disambiguation)

Siamese twin can refer to: AQi Fzono, Japanese composer and electronic musician whose alias is Siamese Twin Chang and Eng Bunker - the original Siamese Twins Siamese Twins, a song from The Cures 1982 album Pornography Dual-listed company, a corpo ...

                                               

Skipping

Skipping can refer to several things: A game or form of exercise using a skipping rope The hippity-hoppity gait that comes naturally to children Snowmobile skipping, a sport where drivers hydroplane snowmobiles on lakes or rivers "Skipping", a so ...

                                               

Where We Belong

Where We Belong novel, 2012 chick-lit novel by Emily Giffin Where We Belong, environmental book by Paul Shepard "Where We Belong, A Duet", poem by Maya Angelou from collection And Still I Rise

                                               

Mikhail Filima

Born in Kiev, Filima was a right-handed player and featured in five Davis Cup ties for Ukraine across 2004 and 2005. His Davis Cup career included a singles win over Jan Frode Andersen, where he came from two sets down to defeat his better ranked ...

                                               

Martin Lema

Martin Alejandro Lema Perretta is a Uruguayan lawyer and politician of the National Party. Graduated from the University of the Republic, he served as Representative between 2015 and 2020. Since February 15, 2020, he is the President of the Chamb ...

                                               

Beyond a reasonable doubt (disambiguation)

Beyond a reasonable doubt refers to the legal principle of reasonable doubt, the standard of proof required in most criminal cases. Beyond a Reasonable Doubt may also refer to: Beyond Reasonable Doubt, an album by Candiria Beyond a Reasonable Dou ...

                                               

Arab Souk (Old City)

The Arab Souk is a large marketplace or souk occupying approximately 100 acres in Jerusalems Old City. About 800 merchants operate a variety of businesses in closely packed shop stalls along a network of alleyways primarily in the Muslim and Chri ...

                                               

Greatest Hits (disambiguation)

A greatest hits album is a compilation album of successful, previously released songs by a particular music artist or band. "Greatest Hit", or variants, may refer to:

                                               

Industry standard

Industry standard may refer to: Industry Standard Coding Identification, a standard created to identify commercials that aired on U.S. TV A technical standard used in technical contexts Industry Standard Architecture, the 16-bit internal bus of I ...

                                               

Have a Bleedin Guess

Have a Bleedin Guess is a 2019 book written by the English rock drummer and writer Paul Hanley on the recording of The Falls Hex Enduction Hour. It was published by Route Publishing in October 2019. Hanley was the drummer in the Fall from 1980 to ...

                                               

Lifehouse

Lifehouse may refer to: Music Lifehouse band, an American alternative rock band Lifehouse album 2005, the bands self-titled album The Lifehouse Method, a defunct in 2008 Internet site related to the Lifehouse rock opera by The Who Lifehouse rock ...

                                               

A Lesson from Aloes

In 1994, Alvin Klein of The New York Times described A Lesson from Aloes as one of Fugards major works. In 2009, Don Aucoin of The Boston Globe listed it alongside Boesman and Lena 1969 and "Master Harold".and the Boys 1982 as one of the plays in ...

                                               

The Illusionist

The Illusionist may refer to: The Illusionist Johnston novel, a 1995 novel by Jennifer Johnston The Illusionist 2010 film, a French-British animated film The Illusionist, a translation by Herma Briffault, of Le Rempart des Beguines, by Françoise ...

                                               

Shantanu Biswas

Shantanu Biswas was a Bangladeshi dramatist, playwright, stage director, singer-songwriter and composer. He has written and directed severel full-length plays between 1975 and 2019, where he performed as an actor in more than sixteen plays. His m ...

                                               

The Ridings Centre

The Ridings Shopping Centre is an indoor shopping centre in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England. It opened on 17 October 1983. The pioneering centre was a UK first and subsequently served as a template for many shopping centres throughout the UK.

                                               

Yoliswa Yako

Yoliswa Nomampondomise Yako is a South African Economic Freedom Fighters politician from the Eastern Cape who serves as a Member of the National Assembly of South Africa. She took office as an MP on 3 September 2018. She is a member of the Portfo ...

                                               

136th

136th may refer to: 136th meridian east, line of longitude across the Arctic Ocean, Asia, the Pacific Ocean, Australasia, the Indian Ocean, the Southern Ocean and Antarctica Pennsylvanias 136th Representative District or Pennsylvania House of Rep ...

                                               

1983 Asia Golf Circuit

The 1983 Asia Golf Circuit was the 22nd season of golf tournaments that comprised the Asia Golf Circuit. Taiwans Lu Chien-soon claimed the overall circuit title.

                                               

1983 Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election

The 1983 Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election was held on 17 February 1983. No party secured a majority of seats and no women were elected. A coalition named the Meghalaya United Parliamentary Party was formed by the All Party Hill Leaders Con ...

                                               

Fist of the North Star (disambiguation)

Fist of the North Star is a manga series that was originally serialized from 1983 to 1988 in the Japanese Weekly Shonen Jump. Fist of the North Star may also refer to: Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise, a 2018 action-adventure video game Fist ...

                                               

El Mundo

El Mundo Bolivia, a Bolivian newspaper El Mundo Cuba, a former Cuban newspaper El Mundo Spain, a Spanish newspaper El Mundo California, a California newspaper based in San Francisco El Mundo Texas, a Texas newspaper El Mundo Argentina, an Argenti ...