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Doctor Who: Iceberg (aka Flipback)

In the year 2006, scientists in Antarctica were making a device to undo an imminent reversal of Earth’s magnetic field. The Doctor and Peri land on a cruise ship and discover that the ship was laboratory housing chambers of the Cybermen. The Cybe ...

                                               

ATW

ATW may refer to: in technology: Atari Transputer Workstation, a computer produced in 1980s Accelerator transmutation of waste, a way of processing radioactive waste Asynchronous TimeWarp, a technique used in virtual reality headsets In entertain ...

                                               

Constrictor

Any snake that kills its prey by constriction A taxonomic synonym for Python, also known as "pythons", a genus of non-venomous pythons found in Africa and Asia A taxonomic synonym for Boa, also known as "boas", a genus of non-venomous boas found ...

                                               

Solidarity Party

Solidarity Party may refer to: Solidarity Party Illinois, American political party in the state of Illinois Solidarity Party Lebanon, Lebanese political party Solidarity Party Panama, political party in Panama Homeland Solidarity Party, political ...

                                               

Misse Beqiri

Misse Beqiri is a Swedish-Albanian model, actress and TV personality who starred in a couple of seasons of The Real Housewives of Cheshire.

                                               

1986 Claxton Shield

The 1986 Claxton Shield was the 47th annual Claxton Shield. The participants were South Australia, New South Wales Patriots, Victoria Aces, Western Australia, Queensland Rams and Northern Territory. The series was won by Victoria. The competition ...

                                               

Graz Giants

Inspired by a March 1981 broadcast of the first Austrian football team, the Vienna Ramblocks, Stefan Herdey decided to found an American football team. After an advertisement was placed in a local newspaper, a dozen potential players attended the ...

                                               

Ultramarine (disambiguation)

Ultramarine means "beyond the ocean" and is the name of a color pigment. Ultramarine may also refer to: Ultramarine novel, a book by Malcolm Lowry from 1933 Nigritude ultramarine, a search engine optimization contest held in 2004 Ultramarine band ...

                                               

Warhawk

A war hawk is a person who actively supports a war. War hawk, Warhawk or similar may also refer to: University of Wisconsin–Whitewater – see Wisconsin–Whitewater Warhawks Warhawk comics, a number of comic characters Great Crossing High School in ...

                                               

1986 London Marathon

The 1986 London Marathon was the sixth running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 20 April. The elite mens race was won by Japans Toshihiko Seko in a time of 2:10:02 hours and the womens race was wo ...

                                               

Easabat Alnisa

Aihtaras Easabat Alnisa is a 1986 Egyptian movie directed and written by Mohamed Abaza and co-written by Essam Al Gamblaty.

                                               

Scott Fraser

Scott Fraser may refer to: Scott Fraser footballer, born 1995, Scottish footballer for Burton Albion Scott Fraser diplomat, Canadian ambassador to Finland Scott Fraser orienteer born 1986, British orienteer Scott E. Fraser, American biophysicist ...

                                               

Limousine (song)

Limousine is a song by German synthpop band Hubert Kah, released in 1986 as the lead single from their third studio album Tensongs. The song was written by Hubert Kemmler, Markus Lohr, Susanne Muller-Pi and Klaus Hirschburger, and produced by Mic ...

                                               

Gertrude Torkornoo

Gertrude Torkornoo is a Ghanaian judge and author. Formerly a judge of the Appeal Court, she was nominated Supreme Court Judge in November 2019 and vetted on 10 December 2019. She was sworn in on 17 December 2019. Aside law she has authored books ...

                                               

Fox 6

FOX 6 may refer to one of the following television stations in the United States that are currently affiliated or were former affiliates with the Fox Broadcasting Company:

                                               

CBS 8 (disambiguation)

CBS 8 may refer to one of the following television stations in the United States: KFMB-TV, San Diego, California WVLT-TV, Knoxville, Tennessee KUAM-DT2, Hagåtña, Guam KPAX-TV, Missoula, Montana KNOE-TV, Monroe, Louisiana WAGM-TV, Presque Isle, Ma ...

                                               

CNG (disambiguation)

CNG is compressed natural gas, methane stored at high pressure. CNG may also refer to: Cryptography API: Next Generation, an update of Microsoft CryptoAPI introduced in Windows Vista Connecticut Natural Gas, a natural gas distribution company Cer ...

                                               

Into the Light

"Into the Light" Fady Maalouf song, 2010 "Into the Light", a song by Siouxsie and the Banshees from the album Juju Siouxsie and the Banshees album "Into the Light" Rage song "Into the Light", a song by Gareth Emery

                                               

Operation Dawn 7

Operation Dawn 7 is the name of an operation during Iran-Iraq war which was stopped before commencing --due to its specific conditions. The code of the operation was "Ya Zahra" Persian: یازهرا; and the considered operational-related areas were co ...

                                               

Camino

Caminito del Rey, a.k.a. Camino del Rey, a dangerous walkway in Spain Camino, California, a town in the United States Camino, Placerville and Lake Tahoe Railroad, an 8-mile 13 km Class III shortline railroad operating in the Sierra Nevada Mountai ...

                                               

Marcus Williams

Marcus Williams is the name of: Marcus Williams cornerback born 1991, American football Marcus Williams basketball, born 1985, UConn guard and New Jersey, Golden State, and Memphis Marcus Williams safety born 1996, American football Marcus Willia ...

                                               

Bedrock (disambiguation)

"Bedrock", a 1986 song by D.I. from Horse Bites Dog Cries "Bedrock", a 1987 song by Giorgio from Sex Appeal "BedRock", a 2009 song by hip-hop group Young Money

                                               

Diamond Okechi

Diamond Okechi is a nollywood actor known in the movie industry as Alobam. He first made his debut in the movie Enemy information the House. He came into limelight where he earned his spotlight in the hall of fame with his role in the blockbuster ...

                                               

Ampang

Ampang is a common place name in Malaysia and may refer to: Ampang Subdistrict mukim, a subdistrict of Hulu Langat district of Selangor, comprising the portion of the former Ampang district within Selangor and is completely within of the city of ...

                                               

KRKE

KRKE may refer to: KQNM, a radio station 1550 AM licensed to serve Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States, which held the call sign KRKE from 2012 to 2015 KNML, a radio station 610 AM licensed to serve Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States, whic ...

                                               

Ouragan

Ouragan may refer to: French destroyer Ouragan, which also served in the Polish Navy during World War II Ouragan, lodyssee dun vent, 2016 French documentary Possibly an old name for Columbia River Dassault Ouragan French jet fighter aircraft The ...

                                               

Nafees

Nafeesuddeen is a common South Asian name. The feminine is Nafeesa. Meaning: precious, costly, invaluable, refined, pure. Nafees may refer to: Nafeesuddeen Known as Nafees born Dec08/1994, Kudthamuger,Karnataka, India. Currently living in Abu Dha ...

                                               

Kosi

Kosi Division, an administrative division of Bihar state, India Bhote Kosi River in Nepal, tributary of the Sunkoshi Kosi Zone, an administrative division of Nepal Kosi Kalan, a town in Mathura District, Agra Division, Uttar Pradesh, India Koshi ...

                                               

David Harrington (mayor)

Harrington was born in Invercargill on 10 March 1936 to Richard and Millicent Harrington. He attended St Catherines, St Theresas, and Marist Brothers High School. He soon after began working for the Southland Building Society. In 1958 he married ...

                                               

Kristin Gjelsvik

Kristin Elisabeth Linde Gjelsvik is a Norwegian blogger and YouTuber. Born and raised in Bergen, Gjelsvik became well-known throughout Norway in 2012 when she participated in Paradise Hotel. After that, she continued in the spotlight as an influe ...

                                               

Negros

Negros Island Region, a former administrative region coterminous with the island and its outlying minor islands and islets comprising the provinces of Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental established in 2015 and dissolved in 2017 Negros historic ...

                                               

Dekra Eireann Teo v Minister of Environment

Dekra Eireann Teo v Minister of Environment, IESC 25 is an Irish Supreme Court case in which it was decided that the earliest opportunity to apply for a review of a decision made by the court arises within the three-month period after the decisio ...

                                               

Melvin (disambiguation)

United States Melvin, Alabama, an unincorporated community Melvin Village, New Hampshire, a village and census-designated place Melvin River, New Hampshire Melvin, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Melvin, Illinois, a village Melvin, Iowa, a ...

                                               

Jaguar (1986 film)

The film tells about a strong cadet of a military school who learns to defend Pinochets regime and gradually goes over to the side of fighters with him.

                                               

Dammam College of Technology

Dammam College of Technology is a governmental technical college located in Dammam, eastern Saudi Arabia, was founded in 1986. The college mainly focuses on technical and vocational training to prepare students for careers. It is one of the techn ...

                                               

Sarah Williams (disambiguation)

Sarah Wescot-Williams born 1956, Sint Maarten politician Sarah-Rose Williams, member of the New York City Ballet Sarah Anne Williams, American voice actress Sarah Williams screenwriter, English screenwriter

                                               

Lo-Jung Chen

Lo-Jung Chen is a lyricist in the Chinese music industry and has written over 500 songs, marketed and promoted hundreds of albums in UFO Records. He’s also a screenplay for theater productions and the host for radio and internet broadcasting show ...

                                               

Wahi (disambiguation)

Wahi or wahy is the Arabic word for revelation in the context of Islam. Wahi, Vahi, WAHI, or WaHI may also refer to: Web Automated Human Interaction Wahi, a communication technology from Wahi Media, Inc. WAHI, ICAO code for Yogyakarta Internation ...

                                               

Salem Ben Yagoub

Salem Ben Yagoub ‎, born March 20 1903 in Ghizen - died January 27 1991in Ghizen), was a Tunisian man of religion and historian. He is the last imam in the circle of Azzaba. Historian, he left several handwritten notes concerning the history of h ...

                                               

Bonita

Turkey Bonita Paphlagoina, an ancient town United States Bonita Falls, a set of waterfalls in California Bonita, Louisiana Bonita, Washington Bonita, California, in San Diego County Bonita, Madera County, California Bonita Springs, Florida Bonita ...

                                               

Chitharesh Natesan

Chitharesh Natesan aka The Indian Monster, is an Indian professional bodybuilder and Mr. Universe of 2019 in 11 th World Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship organised by World Bodybuilding And Physique Sports Federation held in South Ko ...

                                               

Ystradgynlais Community Hospital

Ystradgynlais Community Hospital is a health facility in Glanrhyd Road, Ystradgynlais, Powys, Wales. It is managed by the Powys Teaching Health Board.

                                               

Geraint Davies

Geraint Davies may refer to: Geraint Talfan Davies born 1943, chairman of the Institute of Welsh Affairs and former Controller of BBC Wales Geraint Davies Labour politician born 1960, incumbent British Labour-Cooperative Member of Parliament for ...

                                               

Stammheim

Stammheim may refer to: Stammheim, Cologne, a municipal part of the city of Cologne, Germany Stammheim film, a 1986 West German film directed by Reinhard Hauff Stammheim Prison, a high security prison north of Stuttgart, Germany Stuttgart-Stammhe ...

                                               

Big Trouble

Big Trouble band, an American pop group from 1987 to 1988 Big Trouble Big Trouble album, 1988 Big Trouble Hazzard Hotrods album, 2000 Big Trouble Hollywood Monsters album, 2014

                                               

Mermaids (novel)

Mermaids is a 1986 coming-of-age novel by American writer Patty Dann, published in 1986 by Ticknor and Fields. Its plot follows a teenage girl growing up with a wayward single mother in 1960s New England. It was adapted into a feature film of the ...

                                               

The Collection

"The Collection" 30 Rock, a 2007 episode of 30 Rock The Collection TV series, a 2016 Franco-British web-television series "The Collection" The Twilight Zone, an episode of The Twilight Zone 2002 revival The Collection film, the 2012 sequel to the ...

                                               

Okologisches Wirtschaften

Okologisches Wirtschaften is an academic journal for socioeconomics and ecological economics. The journal was introduced in 1986 by Institut fur okologische Wirtschaftsforschung IOW and Vereinigung fur okologische Wirtschaftsforschung VOW. Since ...

                                               

Kareen Rispal

Minister Plenipotentiary First Class Kareen Rispal is the Ambassador of France to Canada, starting in 2017. She is the 28th French ambassador to Canada and the first female ambassador to North America.

                                               

Rafiqul Islam Bakul

Rafiqul Islam Bakul Bangladesh Nationalist Party politician. He was elected a member of parliament from Pabna-5 in 1986, February 1996 and June 1996. He was the organizer of the Liberation War of Bangladesh.