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Eulogy (disambiguation)

Eulogy film a 2004 comedy film directed by Michael Clancy "Eulogy", a season 1 episode of the 2018 reboot of Lost in Space "Eulogy", a season 2 episode of Sanctuary

                                               

Paul Miles

Paul Miles, American guitarist who co-wrote & played on the album Zoon by the band The Nefilim Paul Miles, vocalist & banjo player for the late-1920s / early-1930s string band The Red Fox Chasers Paul Miles, American drummer who played on the alb ...

                                               

Jizue

Jizue, stylized as jizue and pronounced "Jizu", is a Japanese instrumental jazz-fusion band from Kyoto. The bands name is taken from an alternate spelling of French soccer star Zinedine Zidane’s nickname "Zizou".

                                               

Anthony Lyveden

Anthony Lyveden is a 1921 novel by the English author Dornford Yates, first published in monthly instalments in The Windsor Magazine. It was Mercers first attempt at a full-length novel, and was succeeded by Valerie French which continued the sto ...

                                               

Jules Migonney

His parents were originally from Ornans. After completing his studies at the prestigious Lycee Lalande in his hometown, he enrolled at the Ecole nationale des beaux-arts de Lyon, where he was a student of Jean-Baptiste Poncet. He then studied wit ...

                                               

The Mall Walthamstow

The Mall Walthamstow is a shopping centre in Walthamstow, London, owned by Capital & Regional. It was formerly known as Selborne Walk Shopping Centre.

                                               

Haslund

Haslund may refer to: Ebba Haslund 1917–2009, Norwegian novelist, writer, radio speaker and politician Nini Haslund Gleditsch 1908–1996, Norwegian political activist and advocate for peace Margit Haslund 1885–1963, womens advocate and local polit ...

                                               

JTBC News Morning&

JTBC News Morning& is a South Korean morning news program aired on JTBC. It is presented by Lee Jung-heon, Hwang Nam-hee and Baek Da-hye. Morning& airs Mondays to Fridays at 07:00-08:30 KST.

                                               

Shut-in

Shut-in may refer to: Intruders 2015 film, a thriller starring Beth Riesgraf, also known as Shut In Hikikomori, a Japanese term for reclusive adolescents or adults who withdraw from social life Shut In 2016 film, a thriller starring Naomi Watts A ...

                                               

Tales from the Campfire 3

Tales from the Campfire 3 is a 2020 American horror film written, directed and produced by Dustin Ferguson. The film stars Mel Novak, Noel Jason Scott and Dawna Lee Heising. The film is a sequel to the classics Tales From the Campfire 1 and 2. Th ...

                                               

Reciprocal

Reciprocal spiral: a plane curve Multiplicative inverse, in mathematics, the number 1/ x, which multiplied by x gives the product 1, also known as a reciprocal Reciprocal polynomial, a polynomial obtained from another polynomial by reversing its ...

                                               

Homogeneity (disambiguation)

Homogeneity of variance Homogeneity statistics, logically consistent data matrices

                                               

Human life

Human life or simply life may refer to the human condition or "conditio humana" in philosophy discussion of the meaning of life in sociology, everyday life Beginning of personhood, arguments dealing with the exact time the human being is to be re ...

                                               

Chimpanzee Politics

He practiced a long-term analysis of chimpanzee behavior at the Arnhem Zoo in the Netherlands to write this book. He argued that chimpanzees are social animals that perform highly political activities such as coalition, reputation management, and ...

                                               

David A. Kenny

David Anthony Kenny is an American social psychologist and Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychological Sciences at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, Connecticut. He has been a member of the American Academy of Arts ...

                                               

IAPS

IAPS may refer to: Independent Association of Prep Schools, a professional association for headteachers of independent preparatory schools in the UK and worldwide International Academy for Philosophy of Science Indian Army Public Schools Internat ...

                                               

On My Mothers Side

On My Mothers Side is a Canadian psychological thriller film, directed by Dominic Goyer and released in 2016. The film stars Marc Paquet as David, an architect who discovers that his father Paul is not his real biological father, and undertakes a ...

                                               

Wrecked

Wrecked 2013 film or Wrecked, a 2013 psychological thriller directed by Kevin and Michael Goetz Wrecked film, a 2011 thriller directed by Michael Greenspan

                                               

Michael Mahoney

Michael Mahoney may refer to: Michael Mahoney, 19th-century American thief known by the alias Wreck Donovan Jerry Mahoney umpire Michael Jeremiah Mahoney, 1860–1947, Major League Baseball umpire Michael Mahoney-Johnson born 1976, former professio ...

                                               

Margaret Spencer (disambiguation)

Margaret Spencer was the daughter of Sir Robert Spencer. Margaret Spencer may also refer to: Margaret Lynn von der Heide Spencer-Galanes born 1954, American cross country skier Margaret Joan Spencer 1912–1990, officer in the Australian Womens Arm ...

                                               

Take Me Away

"Take Me Away" Keyshia Cole song, 2011 "Take Me Away", by Plain White Ts from All That We Needed "Take Me Away" Tungevaag & Raaban and Victor Crone song, 2019 "Take Me Away" Tiff Lacey song, 2011 "Take Me Away", by Snoop Dogg from I Wanna Thank M ...

                                               

Huyghe

Huyghe or Huyghe may refer to: Huyghe Brewery Brouwerij Huyghe is a brewery founded in 1906 in Belgium by Leon Huyghe in city of Melle in East Flanders.

                                               

I Dream of Jeannie (disambiguation)

I Dream of Jeannie is an American TV series about a genie. I Dream of Jeannie may also refer to: "I Dream of Genie", a March 1963 episode of The Twilight Zone "I Dream of Jeannie", season 13 episode 16 of Dallas "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" ...

                                               

Salvatore Ferragamo: The Shoemaker of Dreams

Salvatore Ferragamo: The Shoemaker of Dreams is an upcoming Italian documentary film directed by Luca Guadagnino. It revolves around the life of Salvatore Ferragamo.

                                               

Garrison School

Garrison School may mean: Any of three campuses of Garrison Independent School District in Nacogdoches County, Texas Garrison school, a type of school for children of Russian soldiers Garrison School Historic District, an area of Liberty, Clay Co ...

                                               

Nagavalli

Nagavalli may refer to: Nagavalli, a character in Apthamitra, a 2004 Kannada film and remake of Manichitrathazhu Nagavalli, a character in Manichitrathazhu, a 1993 Malayalam psychological thriller film Venu Nagavally 1949–2010, alternately spelle ...

                                               

Surrender

Surrender 1950 film, starring John Carroll Surrender 1931 film, starring Warner Baxter Surrender 1987 film, starring Sally Field and Michael Caine

                                               

HMS Lagan

HMS Lagan was a River-class frigate of the Royal Navy. Lagan was built to the RNs specifications as a Group II River-class frigate. She served in the North Atlantic during World War II. As a River-class frigate, Lagan was one of 151 frigates laun ...

                                               

HMS Mourne (K261)

HMS Mourne was a River-class frigate of the Royal Navy. Mourne was built to the RNs specifications as a Group II River-class frigate. She served in the North Atlantic during World War II. As a River-class frigate, Mourne was one of 151 frigates l ...

                                               

HMS Tweed (K250)

HMS Tweed was a River-class frigate of the Royal Navy. Tweed was built to the RNs specifications as a Group I River-class frigate, though Tweed was one of the few powered by a turbine engine. She served in the North Atlantic during World War II.

                                               

Sid Vere

Dr. Sid Vere is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera Doctors, portrayed by Ashley Rice. Sid made his first appearance on 27 April 2015 as an F2 doctor at The Mill.

                                               

Forde

Forde may refer to: Forde Inquiry, 1999 report on child abuse presented to the government of Queensland, Australia Seaforde, a village in County Down, Northern Ireland named for a family called Forde Forde surname Forde, Australian Capital Territ ...

                                               

Aaruthra

Aaruthra is a 2018 Tamil-language film directed by Pa. Vijay, who also produced the film, wrote the songs, and played the lead role with Meghali. S. A. Chandrasekhar and Bhagyaraj portray supporting roles.

                                               

La Coyota

La Coyota is a 1987 Mexican action drama film directed by Luis Quintanilla Rico and starring Beatriz Adriana, Juan Valentin, Jorge Vargas and Miguel Angel Rodriguez.

                                               

Barrister Babu

Barrister Babu is an Indian social drama television series that premiered 11 February 2020 on Colors TV. The show is produced by Shashi Sumeet Productions and stars Aurra Bhatnagar, Pravisht MIshra In The UK, The Series Airs Mon-Fri 8:30PM On Col ...

                                               

Bailey

Bailey, Mississippi, United States, an unincorporated community Bailey Rocks, on the north side of Bailey Peninsula Bailey, Minnesota, United States, an unincorporated community Bailey Brook West Branch French Creek tributary, Pennsylvania, Unite ...

                                               

Structure of the Royal Netherlands Air Force

The People and Aviation Centre in Soesterberg is the air forces research, selection, aviation medicine, psychology and physiology centre. People and Aviation Centre, in Soesterberg

                                               

HME

HME may refer to: Hamble railway station, in England Home medical equipment Hot melt extrusion Heat and moisture exchanger Hereditary multiple exostoses Human monocytotropic ehrlichiosis, an infectious disease Oued Irara–Krim Belkacem Airport, in ...

                                               

Agence nationale de laviation civile

Agence nationale de laviation civile may refer to: National Civil Aviation Agency Mauritania Agence nationale de laviation civile Burkina Faso Agence nationale de laviation civile du Gabon Agence nationale de laviation civile du Mali Agence natio ...

                                               

DGCA

DGCA may refer to: Directorate General of Civil Aviation Albania, now called the Albanian Civil Aviation Authority DGCA computing, file compression utility also the name of its file format Directorate General of Civil Aviation Indonesia Directora ...

                                               

CASC

CASC or Casc may refer to: CASC, a file format used in Blizzard games Community amateur sports club - a UK tax status CADE ATP System Competition California Association of Student Councils Canadian Automobile Sport Clubs Centre for Advanced Struc ...

                                               

Waya Stakes

The Waya Stakes is a Grade III American Thoroughbred horse race for fillies and mares that are three years old or older, over a distance of ​ 1 ⁄ 2 miles on the Inner turf track held annually in early August at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Sp ...

                                               

Directorate General of Civil Aviation

Directorate General of Civil Aviation or Directorate General of Civil Aeronautics can refer to: Directorate General of Civil Aviation Chile,the national civil aviation authority of Chile Directorate General of Civil Aviation Turkey, the national ...

                                               

Direccion General de Aviacion Civil

Direccion General de Aviacion Civil can refer to: Direccion General de Aviacion Civil Spain, the national civil aviation authority of Spain Direccion General de Aviacion Civil Ecuador, the national civil aviation authority of Ecuador Direccion Ge ...

                                               

DHL (disambiguation)

DHL International GmbH is an international courier, parcel, and express mail operation of Deutsche Post. Related businesses and subsidiaries include: DHL Aero Expreso DHL Air UK DHL Supply Chain DHL International Aviation ME DHL Ecuador DHL Globa ...

                                               

PAG

PAG may stand for: Propylene glycol, an organic chemical compound Perimeter Aviation ICAO airline code: PAG Canadian airline Penske Automotive Group under the New York Stock Exchange ticker symbol system Potential acoustic gain, a measure of soun ...

                                               

CRV

Crotone Airport or Aeroporto di Crotone-SantAnna IATA airport code: CRV Cargo Ivoire ICAO code: CRV, Ivory Coast; See List of airline codes C Acropolis Aviation ICAO code: CRV, UK; See List of airline codes A

                                               

Agai

Agai may refer to: Agai,a big and famous town in pratapgarh, Uttarpradesh,India Mar Agai, Aramaic for Mar Aggai, the second Bishop of Edessa, Mesopotamia Prince Agai of Konda, a sixteenth-century noble of Yugra Agai, a village in Livinallongo del ...

                                               

I Corps

1st Army Corps France I Corps Grande Armee, a unit of the Imperial French Army during the Napoleonic Wars I Cavalry Corps Grande Armee, a cavalry unit of the Imperial French Army during the Napoleonic Wars

                                               

INAC

INAC may refer to: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, a department of the Government of Canada formerly Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada Instituto Nacional de Aviacion Civil, the Argen ...