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São Jose

São Jose usually refers to the short name of São Jose dos Campos, a major city in Brazil. Other places named São Jose include:

                                               

Hermosa

United States Hermosa, Colorado Hermosa, Chicago, Illinois Hermosa Beach, California Hermosa Creek Wilderness, a wilderness area in Colorado Hermosa Creek, a stream in Colorado Hermosa, South Dakota Hermosa, New Mexico Philippines Hermosa, Bataan

                                               

Henry E. Peck

Henry E. Peck was professor, abolitionist, and diplomat from Ohio who served as the second United States Minister Resident to Haiti, serving from 1865 to 1867. Henry E. Peck was born in 1821 in Rochester, New York to Everard Peck. Peck was a neph ...

                                               

Three-Fingered Jack

Three Fingered Jack, a name used for several outlaw characters, including Three Fingered Jack Jamaica, name given to Jack Mansong d. c. 1781, the leader of a band of runaway slaves in the Colony of Jamaica in the eighteenth century. Jack Dunlop, ...

                                               

Yōma

Yōma or Youma may refer to: Yōma, an evil fictional organization in Sonic Soldier Borgman Youma town 油麻镇, in Guiping, Guangxi, China *Many anime series feature yōma as the "monster of the week" Youma Dakite, female model and actress from Mali ...

                                               

Miso (disambiguation)

Miso is a traditional Japanese seasoning. MISO or Miso may also refer to: Midcontinent Independent System Operator, formerly known as Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator Misophonia, a neurological and hearing disorder characterized b ...

                                               

Ekei Essien Oku

Ekei Essien Oku is a Nigerian librarian, historian and writer. She was one of the first chartered librarians in Nigeria and the first woman to be a Chief Librarian in Nigeria. She has published her research into the history of Nigeria based on th ...

                                               

Zal and Rudabeh

Zal and Rudaba Persian: زال و رودابه ‎ are the fate of two lovers in Shahnameh. Zāls love for Rudaba begins when he enters the suburbs of Kabol under the rule of the governor and hears Mehrab, the ruler of Kabol, have a daughter in the palace. Za ...

                                               

Panthea (disambiguation)

Panthea, mistress of Lucius Verus 130–169, co-emperor of Ancient Rome Panthea, pen name of Sophia Dobson Collet 1822–1894, English feminist freethinker Panthea Grant Boone, second wife of Lilburn Boggs, sixth Governor of Missouri Julia Drusilla 1 ...

                                               

URR

URR or Urr may refer to: Haugh of Urr, a village by the Urr Water, in the Urr parish Urr Water, a river in Scotland Urea reduction ratio, used to quantify dialysis treatment adequacy Motte of Urr, a "motte-and-bailey" castle near the Haugh of Urr ...

                                               

Spartacist League (disambiguation)

The Spartacist League is the name of several Trotskyist groups, which are sections of the International Communist League: Spartacist League of Sweden Spartacist League of Israel Spartacist League of Australia Spartacist League of Britain Spartaci ...

                                               

Blood and Sand

Blood Sand may refer to: Blood Sand 1989 film, Spanish film starring Chris Rydell, Sharon Stone, and Ana Torrent Blood Sand 1941 film, directed by Rouben Mamoulian starring Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell, and Rita Hayworth Blood Sand 1922 film, star ...

                                               

Pearson

Pearson plc, a UK-based international media conglomerate, best known as a book publisher Pearson Education, the textbook division of Pearson PLC Pearson-Longman, an imprint of Pearson Education Pearson Yachts

                                               

CofC

CofC may refer to: Certificate of Conformity, Conformance or Compliance Certificate of Conformity College of Charleston, public university located in Charleston, South Carolina Church of Christ, non-denominational Christian church influenced by t ...

                                               

Kitty Geisow

Catherina Kitty Wilhelmina Geisow was a New Zealand painter and insurance broker. Her works are held in the Hocken Collections.

                                               

Tonic (film)

Tonic is an unreleased Bengali family drama film directed by Abhijit Sen and produced by Atanau Roychoudhury. This film was scheduled to be released on 8 May 2020 under the banner of Bengal Talkies, but did not release.

                                               

Mbo language

Mbo may refer to: Mbo language Cameroon, a language spoken in Cameroon Mbo language Zambia, a Bantu language of Zambia Mbo language Congo, spoken by the Mbo people Mbo’ language, a Grassfields language of Cameroon Mbo language Sino-Tibetan, an un ...

                                               

Arafura

Arafura refers to the name of the Arafura Sea, and by extension to adjoining areas or associated events: Arafura Swamp, north-east Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia Arafura large-footed bat, Myotis moluccarum Arafura Sea, located between ...

                                               

Margaret Jones

Margaret or Maggie Jones is the name of: Maggie Jones blues musician 1900–?, American blues singer and pianist Maggie Jones, Baroness Jones of Whitchurch born 1955, British Labour politician Margaret Jones Puritan midwife 1613–1648, first person ...

                                               

Provocation

Provocation, provoke or provoked may refer to: Provoke magazine, a Japanese photography and arts magazine, 1967–1968 Provoke album, a 1998 album by Altar and their final release on Displeased Records Agent provocateur, a generally political group ...

                                               

Counter-celebration

A counter-celebration or counter-observance or alternative commemoration can be a form of protest of a holidays commemoration by challenging its dominant narrative with an alternative event, often representing a social cause such as indigenous ri ...

                                               

No Greater Love

The term no greater love is derived from a well-known verse of the New Testament: "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends", often invoked in the context of self-sacrifice. This specific excerpt can refer ...

                                               

Sunday of the Word of God

The Sunday of the Word of God in the Catholic Church takes place on the third Sunday in Ordinary Time, during January. Pope Francis’ Apostolic Letter, issued motu proprio, Aperuit illis, published on 30 September 2019, establishes that "the Third ...

                                               

RFK (disambiguation)

Robert F. Kennedy was an American politician who is often referred to by his initials RFK. RFK may also refer to: RFK film, a 2002 television movie about Robert F. Kennedy Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, Washington DC Robert F. Kennedy Jr. bo ...

                                               

Who Killed Malcolm X?

Who Killed Malcolm X? is a 2020 documentary miniseries directed by Rachel Dretzin and Phil Bertelsen. Produced by Fusion, the series began streaming on Netflix on February 7, 2020. The documentary follows the work of Abdur-Rahman Muhammad, a hist ...

                                               

Anstruther Musomanik Society

The society met regularly, exchanging and sharing poetry and songs in a place they named the "Hall of Apollo". It had a "code of laws", and a "licence to rhyme", called a "diploma". The tone of the meetings was fun and jovial, with allusions to t ...

                                               

TGIF

TGIF ABC, a former two-hour programming block on the American television network ABC "Last Friday Night T.G.I.F.", a 2011 single by Katy Perry "TGIF", a song from the Le Tigre album Feminist Sweepstakes "T.G.I.F. Thank God Im Fresh", a song from ...

                                               

TMEM81

Transmembrane Protein 81 or TMEM81 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TMEM81 gene. TMEM81 is a poorly-characterized transmembrane protein which contains an extracellular immunoglobulin domain.

                                               

C5orf46

C5orf46 is a protein coding gene located on chromosome 5 in humans. It is also known as sssp1, or skin and saliva secreted protein 1. There are two known isoforms known in humans, with isoform 2 being the longer of the two. The protein encoded is ...

                                               

Pikachu (disambiguation)

Pikachu is one of the species of Pokemon creatures from the Pokemon media franchise, as well as its mascot. Pikachu may also refer to: Pikachu sculpture, a sculpture installed in Lower Garden District, New Orleans. Pokemon Yellow, also known as P ...

                                               

Whitney

Whitney TV series, an American sitcom that premiered in 2011 Whitney 2015 film, a Whitney Houston biopic starring Yaya DaCosta Whitney 2018 film, a documentary about Whitney Houston

                                               

Together Forever

Together Forever TV series, a 2012 Philippine romance comedy-drama television series broadcast by GMA Network "Together Forever" Degrassi: The Next Generation, an episode of Degrassi: The Next Generation Together Forever film, a 1987 LDS Church film

                                               

Make a Wish

Make a Wish is Hunters second Sugartown Album he made at the age of 9. Also included on the 8th track off the album titled I Feel Good is cover by James Brown. Tracks 01. Make A Wish 02. The Clock 03. Quarter At The Bottom Of The Jukebox 04. Drea ...

                                               

Believe in Me

Believe in Me 1971 film, an American romantic drama produced by Robert Chartoff and Irwin Winkler Believe in Me 2006 film, an American drama directed by Robert Collector

                                               

Kiseki

"Kiseki BeForU song" "Kiseki" Greeeen song Kiseki, Pokemon X and Y ending theme "Kiseki" Kumi Koda song Kiseki no Hito, Japanese punk group The Stalins tenth album Kiseki no Umi, Maaya Sakamoto song Kiseki, Akinee song, minialbum "Travesia de Luc ...

                                               

Marnie (disambiguation)

Helen Marnie born 1978, Scottish singer-songwriter known mononymously as Marnie Marni, a given name, including a list of people named Marni and Marnie

                                               

Plasma

Blood plasma, the yellow-colored liquid component of blood, in which blood cells are suspended Plasma cell, white blood cells that secrete large volumes of antibodies Germplasm, describes a collection of genetic resources for an organism Cytoplas ...

                                               

RNS

RNS may be an initialism for: Regulatory News Service Religion News Service Reactive nitrogen species "R.N.S.", a song by Slaughterhouse from Southpaw: Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture Rothesay Netherwood School, a private university ...

                                               

Winstanley Estate

Winstanley Estate and York Road Estate are large estates of predominantly public housing apartments in Battersea by Clapham Junction, although some have since passed into private ownership. Due to their proximity to one another, the Winstanley Es ...

                                               

Michael Dillon (disambiguation)

Michael Dillon was a British physician and the first trans man to undergo phalloplasty. Michael Dillon may also refer to: Michael O. Dillon born 1947, American botanist Michael A. Dillon 1839–1904, American soldier who fought in the American Civi ...

                                               

Deathmatch (disambiguation)

Death Match, a 2001 album by Garlic Boys Tom Clancys Net Force Explorers: Death Match 2003, a young adult novel series Death Match Lincoln Child novel, a 2004 novel by Lincoln Child Deathmatch gaming, video gameplay whose goal is to kill as many ...

                                               

Lucius Vipsanius (brother of Agrippa)

Lucius appears to have been alive later on in his brothers career as he was involved in some type of affair which his brother refused to influence with his authority when a consul asked for his opinion on the matter.

                                               

Lermontov (film)

Natalya Bondarchuk as Mariya Mikhailovna Lermontova, Mikhails mother Galina Belyaeva as Varvara Lopukhina Nikolay Burlyaev as Mikhail Yuryevich Lermontov Dmitriy Zolotukhin as Dmitrii Alekseyevich Stolypin, Mikhails great-uncle Ivan Burlyaev as M ...

                                               

Thawed Carp

The film tells about a pensioner who lives in the province and suddenly finds out about a deadly diagnosis, as a result of which she begins to organize her own powder funeral.

                                               

Rainbows End

Rainbows End may refer to: Rainbows End, a 1978 episode of The Incredible Hulk 1978 TV series Rainbows End theme park, an amusement park in Auckland, New Zealand "Rainbows End", a song by Don Freeman and David Batteau from Sergio Mendes self-titl ...

                                               

Malli Malli

Malli is a 2009 Indian Telugu-language action-drama film directed by Raaj Adithya and starring Skanda Ashok and Kalyani in their Telugu debuts. The film is inspired by the Hollywood film If Only.

                                               

Spunky

Spunky, a character from The Adventures of Spunky and Tadpole Spunky Rockos Modern Life Spunky, a character from Pac-Mania Spunky, a character from Hunky and Spunky

                                               

Dirty Dog

"Dirty Dog", a song by ZZ Top from Eliminator 1983 "Dirty Dog", a song by Claw Boys Claw from Shocking Shades of Claw Boys Claw 1985 Dirty Dog album, a 1966 album by Kai Winding "Dirty Dog", a song by Damn Yankees from Dont Tread 1990 "Dirty Dog" ...

                                               

Nasus

Nasus is Latin for Rohans fat, and appears in many related terms: Fish species: Coregonus nasus, broad whitefish Nematalosa nasus, Blochs gizzard shad see Clupeidae Chondrostoma nasus, nase Parodon nasus syn: Parodon tortuosus, freshwater fish se ...

                                               

Spacewarp

"Space Warp", the 39th episode of Space: 1999. "The Invaders from the Space Warp", a story in Detective Comics which introduced Zook. "Spacewarp", a 2015 song by Mark Sherry.