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Breakfast Time

Breakfast Time may refer to: Breakfast Time 1993 TV program, a breakfast television series broadcast on the American FX channel between 1993 and 1996 Breakfast Time painting, an oil painting completed in 1887 by Swedish artist Hanna Pauli Breakfa ...

                                               

Murmur

Murmur usually means: Breathy voice, a type of phonation in speech, also known as a "murmured voice" Quiet or indistinct speech Heart murmur, a pathologic heart sound produced as a result of turbulent blood Murmur can also refer to:

                                               

Speaking in Tongues (disambiguation)

Glossolalia or speaking in tongues is the phenomenon of speaking in unintelligible utterances. Speaking in Tongues may also refer to: Speaking in Tongues, a 2001 album by The Holmes Brothers Speaking in Tongues speech, a speech written by Gloria ...

                                               

Evil Empire

An evil empire is a speculative fiction trope in which a powerful, technologically advanced empire tries to conquer the world. Evil Empire may also refer to: Evil Empire company, French game studio split from Motion Twin to support their 2018 vid ...

                                               

The Touch

The Touch may refer to: In film: The Touch 1971 film, a Swedish film by Ingmar Bergman The Touch 2002 film, a Hong Kong film starring Michelle Yeoh In literature: The Touch Wilson novel, a novel by F. Paul Wilson The Touch, a novel by Daniel Keye ...

                                               

Jean-Paul Tribout

His first main role was in the TV series Les Brigades du tigre, from 1974 to 1983, alongside Jean-Claude Bouillon, Pierre Maguelon and François Maistre. He is a Jury of the International Documentary Festival in Biarritz. He received the award Che ...

                                               

Emerald Isle

Emerald Isle is the poetic name for Ireland due to its green countryside, first referred to in print by William Drennan in his poem "When Erin first rose". Emerald Isle or Emerald Island or variation, may also refer is:

                                               

1984 Asia Golf Circuit

The 1984 Asia Golf Circuit was the 23rd season of golf tournaments that comprised the Asia Golf Circuit. John Jacobs claimed the overall circuit title.

                                               

1985 Asia Golf Circuit

The 1985 Asia Golf Circuit was the 24th season of golf tournaments that comprised the Asia Golf Circuit. Chen Tze-ming claimed the overall circuit title.

                                               

Bombollini

Bombollini is a song by British singer-songwriter Chris Rea, released in 1984 as the second single from his sixth studio album Wired to the Moon. It was written by Rea, and produced by Rea and Dave Richards. The song failed to make a chart appear ...

                                               

Nicole Gergely

Nicole Gergely is an Austrian professional golfer. She became the first Austrian to win on the Ladies European Tour when she won the Open de France Dames in 2009.

                                               

John W. Dinkelman

John W. Dinkelman Is an American diplomat. He became Acting Assistant Secretary for Administration on March 12, 2019. Before that, Dinkelman was Chief of Staff in the Bureau of Administration since July 2018. His most recent overseas assignment w ...

                                               

Sergey Iovlev

Sergey Ivanovich Iovlev was a Red Army major general. After rising to junior command positions during the Russian Civil War, Iovlev spent most of the 1920s and 1930s with the Soviet Border Troops. Decorated for his performance as a regimental com ...

                                               

1984 Tournament of the Americas squads

This article displays the rosters for the participating teams at the 1984 Tournament of the Americas played in São Paulo, Brazil from May 15 to May 24, 1984.

                                               

Andrey Ivanov

Andrei Ivanov footballer, born 1994, Russian footballer Andrei Ivanov footballer born 1967, Soviet footballer Andrei Ivanov footballer born 1988, Russian U-21 footballer Andrei Ivanov footballer born 1972, Russian footballer Andrei Ivanov Bulgari ...

                                               

D13

D13, D.XIII, D.13 or D-13 may refer to: Fokker D.XIII, a 1924 Dutch fighter aircraft Benign neoplasm of other and ill-defined parts of digestive system, by ICD-10 code ARA Sarandi D-13, a 1984 Argentine Navy MEKO 360H2 series destroyer Deportes 1 ...

                                               

Chinese wall (disambiguation)

The Great Wall of China, massive series of fortifications in northern China built to defend against nomadic peoples living to the north of the wall. Chinese city wall, defensive systems used to protect towns and cities in China in pre-modern times

                                               

RoxorLoops

Senjka Danhieux, better known under his stage name RoxorLoops, is a Belgian beatboxer and songwriter. He currently lives in Denmark, where he studied vocal leading and singing at the Royal Academy of Music in Aalborg.

                                               

Holothuria grisea

Holothuria grisea, the gray sea cucumber, is a mid sized coastal species of sea cucumber found in shallow tropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean from Florida to Southern Brazil and West Africa. They have a variety in color and can range from red t ...

                                               

1984 Campionati Internazionali di Sicilia

The 1984 Campionati Internazionali di Sicilia was a mens tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts in Palermo, Italy that was part of the 1984 Volvo Grand Prix. It was the sixth edition of the tournament and took place from 10 September unt ...

                                               

M60

M60A1 Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge AVLB, an American bridgelaying tank M60 machine gun, an American general purpose 7.62 mm machine gun Halcon M60, an Argentine 9mm/.45 ACP submachine gun M60 assault rifle, a Yugoslav AK-47 clone M60 tank, an ...

                                               

Goncz Arpad Varoskozpont metro station

Goncz Arpad varoskozpont is a station on the Budapest Metro Line 3. It was the temporary terminus of Line 3 between 1984 and 1990. The station was opened on 7 November 1984 as part of the extension from Lehel ter. On 14 December 1990 the line was ...

                                               

Grondal (disambiguation)

Grondals IK, a football team Grondal, a district of Stockholm Grondalsbron, two bridges in central Stockholm Grondal, Malmo, a district of Malmo Grondal, the official Swedish name of Viherlaakso district, Espoo, Finland

                                               

Modern pentathlon at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Mens team

The modern pentathlon at the 1984 Summer Olympics was represented by two events: Individual competition and Team competition. As usual in Olympic modern pentathlon, one competition was held and each competitors score was included to the Individua ...

                                               

52nd Infantry Division (South Korea)

The 52nd Homeland Defense Infantry Division is a military formation of the Republic of Korea Reserve Forces. The division is subordinated to the Capital Defense Command and is headquartered in Gwangmyeong City, Gyeonggi Province. Its responsibili ...

                                               

Defender of the Faith (disambiguation)

Defender of the Faith is a phrase used as part of the full style of many English and later British monarchs and other monarchs and heads of state. Defender of the Faith or Defenders of the Faith may also refer to:

                                               

Rinchen

Rinchen, Rinchin, Renchin, or Erinchin, is a frequent part of personal names in Tibet and Tibet-influenced areas, and can refer to: Byambyn Rinchen, a prominent intellectual in the Mongolian Peoples Republic Rinchinbal, an emperor of the Yuan Dyn ...

                                               

Avenue

Avenues: The World School, school in New York City "Avenue" song, a 1992 single by British pop group Saint Etienne Avenue magazine, a former Dutch magazine Avenue band, X Factor UK contestants Avenue store, a clothing store The Avenue, a Rugby Un ...

                                               

Vital signs (disambiguation)

"Vital Signs" Rush song, 1981 "Vital Signs", a song on the album The Crystal Axis by the Midnight Juggernauts Vital Signs White Heart album, 1984 Vital Signs band, a pop band from Pakistan Vital Signs Survivor album, 1984 "Vital Signs" Frank Turn ...

                                               

Hesperian Massif

The Iberian Massif is the pre-mesozoic core of the Iberian Peninsula. Roughly covering the western half of the Peninsula, it includes all its precambrian and paleozoic materials and it is limited by the Cantabrian Sea to the North, the Atlantic O ...

                                               

Gavrila

Adelina Gavrila born 1978, Romanian triple jumper Ion Gavrila Ogoranu 1923–2006, paramilitarist Adrian Gavrila born 1984, Romanian tennis player Camelia Gavrila born 1961, Romanian politician Bogdan Gavrila, born 1992, Romanian football winger Pe ...

                                               

1997 Campionati Internazionali di Sicilia

The 1997 Campionati Internazionali di Sicilia was a mens tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts in Palermo, Italy that was part of the World Series of the 1997 ATP Tour. It was the 18th edition of the tournament and was held from 29 Sept ...

                                               

Blue Wave

"Blue Wave", a 1984 song by Eddy Grant from Going for Broke Blue Wave, the marching band of Gordon Central High School in Georgia, U.S. "Blue Wave", a 2007 song by West Indian Girl from 4th & Wall Blue Wave, a 1998 album by THC

                                               

Modern pentathlon at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Mens individual

The modern pentathlon at the 1984 Summer Olympics was represented by two events: Individual competition and Team competition. As usual in Olympic modern pentathlon, one competition was held and each competitors score was included to the Individua ...

                                               

Tanya Smith (basketball)

Tanya Smith is an Australian basketball player who played NCAA Division I at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in the Womens National Basketball League for Townsville Fire, Sydney University Flames and a short stint for Canberra Capitals. Tanya w ...

                                               

A Place in the Country (album)

A Place in the Country is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released in 1986 and was produced by Mike Johnson. The album marked Andersons 33rd studio recording to be issued during his career. It was also h ...

                                               

10-5-60

10-5-60 is an EP and the first release by American band the Long Ryders. It was released in September 1983 by PVC Records and preceded the bands full-length debut album Native Sons.

                                               

Matthews Crossing, Alberta

Matthews Crossing is a river crossing on the Pembina River in the Canadian province of Alberta approximately 10 km downstream from Entwistle.

                                               

Punch and Judy (disambiguation)

Punch and Judy may refer to: Punch and Judy, a pair of re-occurring characters in Cowboy Bebop "Punch and Judy", a song by Elliott Smith from his 1997 album Either/Or "Punch and Judy", a song by The Stranglers from their 1984 album Aural Sculptur ...

                                               

Interference

Inter-carrier interference, caused by doppler shift in OFDM modulation Interference communication, anything which alters, modifies, or disrupts a message Electromagnetic interference, disturbance that affects an electrical circuit Co-channel inte ...

                                               

T11

T11 may refer to: DEC T-11, a microprocessor developed by Digital Equipment Corporation the eleventh of the Thoracic nerves T-11 Kansan, a trainer aircraft used by the United States armed forces between 1937 and 1970 T 11 vertebra - the eleventh ...

                                               

Adolfo Natalini

Natalini founded the architectural company Superstudio in 1966 along with Cristiano Toraldo di Francia, Gian Piero Frassinelli, Alessandro and Roberto Magris, and Alessandro Poli. At the end of the 1970s, Natalini became a member of the Architect ...

                                               

The Ballad of Hard Times

The Ballad of Hard Times is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Richard Boutet and Pascal Gelinas and released in 1983. The film documents the effects of the Great Depression in Quebec through the testimonies of survivors of the period; the ...

                                               

Zhao Ming

Zhao Ming may refer to: Xiao Tong 萧统, formally Crown Prince Zhao Ming 昭明太子, son of Emperor Wu of the Liang Dynasty 502-577 compiler of the Zhao Ming essays, the first anthology of essays in China Zhao Ming footballer, born 1987 赵铭 born 19 ...

                                               

The Story So Far

The Story So Far may refer to: The Story So Far band, a pop punk band from Walnut Creek, California The Story So Far Tour by James Arthur The Story So Far The Story So Far album, the bands self-titled album The Story So Far. Lunasa album, a 2008 ...

                                               

Showstopper

"Show Stoppers", an episode of Garfield and Friends from 1989 "Show Stopper" CSI: Miami, the twelfth episode in season eight of CSI: Miami "Showstoppers", an episode of The Simple Life

                                               

Bands of the Household Division (United Kingdom)

The Bands of the Household Division refer to the amalgamated five military bands of the Foot Guards regiments that perform in a massed bands configuration during public duties events in London, the national capital of the United Kingdom. The band ...

                                               

Robotech (disambiguation)

Robotech is a shortened version of robotechnology, in context of a science fiction media franchise that includes: Robotech Collectible Card Game, published by Hero Factory Robotech art books, published by Starblaze Graphics and Stonebridge Press ...

                                               

Out of Africa (disambiguation)

Out of Africa may refer to: Out of Afrika, a British charity Out of Africa film, a 1985 film based on this book Out of Africa Wildlife Park Out of Africa II, an anthropological theory about the recent African origin of modern humans and subsequen ...

                                               

137th

137th may refer to: 137th Armoured Brigade United Kingdom, British Army unit during the Second World War Pennsylvanias 137th Representative District or Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 137 137th Street – City College IRT Broadway – ...