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Juan Carlos Ramis

Juan Carlos Ramis Jimenez is a Spanish comic book artist born in Chantada, Lugo in 1962. He started his career in the magazine Humor a tope of the publisher Norma with the series Dirty Pig, and adult comedy series about a horny anthropomorphic pi ...

                                               

Hispano-Suiza T49

The Hispano-Suiza T49 was a car manufactured by the Spanish company Hispano-Suiza between 1924 and 1944. It was the Spanish version of the French H6B model. It had a 6-cylinder engine of 8.000 cm3, 160 hp and a maximum speed of 177 km / h. It fea ...

                                               

Type 31

Type 31 may refer to: a version of the M2 mortar produced in the Republic of China Type 31 Alphabetical Duplicating Punch, an IBM keypunch Villiers 31, an early French passenger aircraft Hispano-Suiza Type 31, an early Spanish aircraft engine an ...

                                               

H6

Highway H06, a road in the Ukraine H6 Childs Way, a road in England

                                               

Sometimes

"Sometime", by DIIV from Oshin "Sometimes", by Earshot from The Silver Lining "Sometimes", by The Carpenters from Carpenters "Sometimes", by Hanson from MMMBop "Sometime", written by Gus Kahn and Ted Fio Rito "Sometimes", by Donna Williams "Somet ...

                                               

Katia Kuethe

In 2002, Kuethe moved to New York City and took a job at Lloyd & Co. as Senior Art Director, working with brands like Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. This was followed by stints as Art Director at J. Crew and Ann Taylor, leading to a job at Teen Vo ...

                                               

Spring Place (Members Only Club)

Spring Place is a members only club with locations in New York and Beverly Hills. Membership is selective and aimed at those interested in networking with fellow members in adjacent industries. It was founded by Francesco Costa, Alessandro Cajrat ...

                                               

Goose Island

Goose Island Connecticut, an island in the Housatonic River in Stratford, Connecticut Goose Island Brewery, brewery named after the Chicago island Goose Island Guilford, an uninhabited island in Long Island Sound, off of the coast of Connecticut ...

                                               

Without Words: Genesis

Without Words: Genesis is the fourth remix album by Bethel Music, and their eighteenth full-length overall. It is also the third installment of the Without Words series. It was released on November 15, 2019 through its own imprint label, Bethel M ...

                                               

Blastoma (album)

Blastoma is the second studio album by Papua New Guinea-born Australian-based singer Ngaiire, released on 10 June 2016. The album is named blastoma; a form of cancer Ngaiire battled at a young age. The album peaked at number 41 on the ARIA Charts.

                                               

Lifestyle

Lifestyle often refers to: Lifestyle sociology, the way a person lives Style of life German: Lebensstil, dealing with the dynamics of personality Otium, ancient Roman concept of a lifestyle Lifestyle may also refer to:

                                               

Verve

Ford Verve concepts, a series of small car concepts from Ford of Europe Verve Energy, a corporation owned by the Government of Western Australia Verve Coffee Roasters, an American coffee house chain Verve International, a payment card brand

                                               

Bella (disambiguation)

Bands Bella Canadian band, a Canadian indie pop band Bella Australian band, a country music trio Albums Bella album, by Teddy Thompson Bella EP, a 2005 EP by Fivespeed Bella EP, a 2013 EP by Maitre Gims Songs "Bella" Maitre Gims song, from the 20 ...

                                               

The Pulse

The Pulse may refer to: Radio and television The Pulse ESPN Radio, a college basketball program airing on ESPN Radio Pulse 1, a UK radio station originally known as Pennine Radio and formerly as The Pulse of West Yorkshire 94.7 The Pulse, an Aust ...

                                               

Chatelaine

Chatelaine, from the French term chatelaine, has the following meanings: Chatelaine chain, a set of short chains on a belt worn by women and men for carrying keys, thimble and/or sewing kit, etc. Chatelaine, Switzerland, a village in the municipa ...

                                               

Zinchenko

Zinchenko or Зинченко may refer to: Oleksandr Zinchenko 1957–2010, Ukrainian politician Fedor Zinchenko 1902–1991, Soviet military officer, Hero of the Soviet Union Pyotr Zinchenko 1903–1969, Soviet and Ukrainian psychologist, a member of the Kha ...

                                               

Mickey Durrng

Mickey Durrng was born c. 1940 in eastern Arnhem Land. He spent the majority of his life at Langarra on Howard Island, which is located in the Arafura Sea. Durrng Garrawurra died in 2006 in his home in Millingimbi. The Garrawurra men have a long ...

                                               

Star of the West (disambiguation)

Star of the West was an American civilian steamship. Star of the West may also refer to: Robert Hawker, Anglican priest called "Star of the West" for his preaching Star of the West Bahai magazine: The first national news periodical of the Bahai F ...

                                               

World order

World Bank, an international financial institution International relations IR, or International studies IS, the study of foreign affairs and global issues among states within the international system United Nations UN, an international organizati ...

                                               

Leman

Leman Bozacıoğlu fl. 2006–2016, Turkish female football referee Leman baronets, County of Hertford, England Leman surname Leman Altınçekiç 1932–2001, first female jet pilot in Turkey

                                               

COVID-19 pandemic in Germany/Statistics

In May 2020, Stephan Kohn, Oberregierungsrat senior government official in the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community published a document dated May 7 2020 on the basis of a large number of statistical surveys in which he harshl ...

                                               

Pansy (disambiguation)

Pansy, Pennsylvania, an unincorporated community Pansy, Arkansas, an unincorporated community Pansy, West Virginia, an unincorporated community Pansy, Manitoba, an unincorporated community Pansy, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Pansy, Ohio, ...

                                               

Bijou (film)

Bijou is an 1972 American pornographic film directed and edited by Wakefield Poole and starring Bill Harrison as a construction worker who witnesses a car accident and discovers an invitation to a club called Bijou in the purse of the victim.

                                               

Atomic Sake

Atomic Sake is a Canadian short drama film, directed by Louise Archambault and released in 1999. The film centres on Ariane, Veronique and Mathilde, three female friends talking over drinks who decide to reveal their innermost secrets, including ...

                                               

Summer of Mesa

Summer of Mesa is an upcoming 2020 coming-of-age romantic drama film written and directed by Josh Cox. Set in 1985 on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, it stars Molly Miles, Andrea Granera, and Alec Bandzes. The story chronicles the romantic relationship ...

                                               

Gods Country

Gods Country is a name given to various countries and regions around the world, usually areas that are sparsely populated with wide expanses of nature. Gods Country may also refer to:

                                               

Town and Country

Town & Country Surf Designs, a surfboard manufacturer based in Hawaii Town & Country Shopping Center, one of United States first Opened March 1, 1949 regional shopping centers, located in Whitehall, Ohio Town & Country Food Stores, a chain of con ...

                                               

Another Country

Another Country may refer to: Another Country Mango Groove album, 1993 album by South African music group Mango Groove "Another Country" Mango Groove song, title song of the 1993 album by Mango Groove Another Country The Chieftains album, 1992 An ...

                                               

Traditional Techniques

Traditional Techniques is the third studio album by American musician Stephen Malkmus. It was released on March 6, 2020 by Matador Records and Domino Recording Company.

                                               

Beyond the Pale

"Beyond the Pale" Kipling story, a short story by Rudyard Kipling, collected in the 1888 collection Plain Tales from the Hills Beyond the Pale book, a 1998 novel in the Last Rune series by Mark Anthony Beyond the Pale Publications, a company in N ...

                                               

Cursed

Cursed 2000 TV series, a 2000–2001 sitcom "Cursed" House, a 2005 episode of the TV series House Cursed 2020 TV series, an upcoming web television series

                                               

Grownup

A grownup is an adult. Grownup may also refer to: Grown Ups 1997 TV series, a British sitcom Grown Ups 1999 TV series, an American sitcom Grownups 2006 TV series, a British sitcom Grown-Ups, a 1980 British BBC television film Grown Ups 2, the seq ...

                                               

Ultraman (disambiguation)

Ultraman 1967 film, a 1967 Japanese tokusatsu kaiju film Ultraman 2004 film, a 2004 tokusatsu superhero film Ultraman 1979 film, a 1979 Japanese tokusatsu kaiju film

                                               

The Hunt

The Hunt 2006 film, an American science-fiction horror film about hunters who encounter extraterrestrials The Hunt 2020 film, an American thriller film produced by Blumhouse Pictures La caza Spanish for The Hunt, a 1966 Spanish film directed by C ...

                                               

Crust

Crust geology, the outer layer of a rocky planetary body Soil crust, the soil surface layer

                                               

Birthday Party

The Birthday Party film, a 1968 film adaption The Birthday Party play, a 1958 play by Harold Pinter The Birthday Party 1931 film, a Mickey Mouse cartoon Birthday Party Springfield, Missouri TV series, an American local childrens television series ...

                                               

Consumed

Consumed may refer to: Consumed: How shopping fed the class system book, by Harry Wallop Consumed Plastikman album, 1998 Consumed GOD album, 1993 Consumed TV series, a show on HGTV Canada Consumed novel, 2014 debut novel of film director David Cr ...

                                               

The Force (disambiguation)

The Force Manchester UK TV series, BBC TV series The Force advertisement, a 2011 television advertisement for Volkswagens Passat The Force Essex UK TV series, a British television programme documenting the work of Essex Police The Force 2009 TV s ...

                                               

Leftovers (disambiguation)

Leftovers, an album by Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit Leftovers, an album by Crease The Leftovers EP, a 2003 recording by the American hip hop group Ugly Duckling The Leftovers album, a 2003 compilation album by the BoDeans

                                               

Fifth Dimension

Five-dimensional space is a mathematical concept or construct. Fifth Dimension or fifth dimension may also refer to: "5D Fifth Dimension", a 1966 song by the Byrds 5th Dimension album, a 2013 album by Momoiro Clover Z Fifth Dimension album, a 196 ...

                                               

Stuck with U

Stuck with U is a song by American singer Ariana Grande and Canadian singer Justin Bieber. It was released as a charity single on May 8, 2020. The song marks the second time both artists collaborated following a remix of Biebers 2015 single "What ...

                                               

Back in time

Fleet of Time, a 2014 Chinese film also known as Back In Time "Back in Time", an episode of the American television series, Sit Down, Shut Up Back in Time 2015 film, a documentary about the history and impact of the Back to the Future films Back ...

                                               

Lamp

Oil lamp, the original use of this term Lamp, a fuel burning illumination Kerosene lamp, a lamp burning liquid kerosene Lamp electrical component, a replaceable component that produces light, such as Arc lamp Woods lamp Ultraviolet lamp, black li ...

                                               

Alt

Alternative rock Alternate character, in online gaming Altimeter Alternating group, mathematical group of even permutations Alternative lifestyle Altitude Alternate route, type of highway designation

                                               

Tesseract (disambiguation)

Beyond the Tesseract, a 1983 text based adventure game for the TRS-80 Tesseract, a fork of the game Cube 2: Sauerbraten

                                               

A Night at the Opera

A Night at the Opera may refer to: A Night at the Opera film 1935, a Marx Brothers comedy film A Night at the Opera chess, a famous chess game played during an opera, in which Paul Morphy defeated Duke Karl II of Brunswick and Count Isouard "A Ni ...

                                               

Soap opera (disambiguation)

Soap Opera, a 2004 film by Wuershan Soap Opera 2014 film, a 2014 film starring Cristiana Capotondi Soap Opera 1964 film, a 1964 film by Andy Warhol

                                               

The Phantom of the Opera (disambiguation)

The Phantom of the Opera 1986 musical, adapted by Andrew Lloyd Webber "The Phantom of the Opera" song, from the 1986 musical Phantom of the Opera 1976 musical, adapted by Ken Hill Phantom musical, adapted in 1991 by Maury Yeston

                                               

Paul Rey

Paul Rey was born in Lund, his mother fled the Chilean dictatorship and started a new life in Paris in 1973, she came to Sweden as an exchange student. In Sweden she met Pauls father who came to Sweden through an exchange program in Finland.

                                               

OMH

OMH may refer to: Omh trigraph, a Latin-script trigraph used in Irish Old Market Hall, an Elizabethan building in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England Office of Minority Health, an office of the United States government Urmia Airport, in Urmia County, ...