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FF2

FF2 may refer to: Final Fantasy II, a 1988 console role-playing game for the Family Computer 2 Fast 2 Furious, a 2003 film Final Fantasy IV, retitled Final Fantasy II in North America, a 1991 console role-playing game for the Super NES Fatal Fury ...

                                               

A Farewell to Arms (disambiguation)

A Farewell to Arms is a 1929 semi-autobiographical novel by Ernest Hemingway. A Farewell to Arms may also refer to: Adaptations of the novel: A Farewell to Arms 1932 film, a film adaptation directed by Frank Borzage A Farewell to Arms 1957 film, ...

                                               

Meanwhile

"Meanwhile", a Moody Blues song on the 1981 album Long Distance Voyager "Meanwhile", a Little River Band song on the 1975 album Little River Band "Meanwhile" song, a 1999 song by George Strait

                                               

Decapod

0-10-0, a steam locomotive wheel arrangement known as "Decapod" in the United Kingdom 2-10-0, a steam locomotive wheel arrangement known as "Decapod" in the United States GER Decapod, an experimental 0-10-0 steam locomotive built by the Great Eas ...

                                               

Carol Miller

Carol Marbin Miller born 1959, investigative reporter at The Miami Herald Carol Miller politician born 1950, American politician from West Virginia Carol Miller author born 1933, American author and sculptor Carol Miller DJ, American disc jockey ...

                                               

Big Z

Zydrunas Ilgauskas born 1975, Lithuanian basketball player in the National Basketball Association Carlos Zambrano born 1981, Venezuelan baseball pitcher in Major League Baseball Zach Zenner born 1991, NFL running back for the Detroit Lions Zydrūn ...

                                               

Mike Rowe (disambiguation)

Mike or Michael Rowe may refer to: Mike Rowe born 1962, host of the Discovery Channel show Dirty Jobs Michael Rowe director born 1971, Australian Mexican film director Mike Rowe, defendant in the case of Microsoft vs. MikeRoweSoft Michael Rowe, t ...

                                               

Nibble (disambiguation)

Nibbles Tom and Jerry, also known as Tuffy, a cartoon mouse character in the Tom and Jerry series, and Jerrys younger cousin Nibbler Futurama, a fictional character from the animated television series Nibbles film, a 2004 Canadian animated short ...

                                               

Winters Tale (disambiguation)

A Tale of Winter, a 1992 French film A Winter Tale, a 2007 Canadian film The Winters Tale 1967 film, a 1967 British television film The Winters Tale 1910 film, a 1910 film by the Thanhouser Company Winters Tale film, a 2014 film based on the nove ...

                                               

Savage Intruder

Jason Johnson as Josef Buddy Douglas as Midget Florence Lake as Mildred Virginia Wing as Greta Joe Besser as Bus Driver The Synergy Trust as Party characters Charles G. Martin as Doctor Miriam Hopkins as Katharine Packard Bill Welsh as TV announc ...

                                               

Hopscotch (disambiguation)

Hopscotch is a simple childrens schoolyard game. Hopscotch may also refer to: Hopscotch film, a film based on Brian Garfields novel Hopscotch Julio Cortazar novel Hopscotch Brian Garfield novel Hopscotch, a novel by Kevin J. Anderson Hopscotch ha ...

                                               

Caught in the Act

"Caught in the Act" Modern Family, a 2011 episode of Modern Family COPS:Caught in the Act, a 2004 DVD release of the American documentary television show COPS "Caught in the Act" The Outer Limits, a 1995 episode of The Outer Limits Caught in the ...

                                               

Under My Skin

"Under My Skin" Blue System song, 1988 Under My Skin, a song by Aerosmith from Just Push Play "Under My Skin" Sarah Connor song, 2008 "Under My Skin" Winterville song "Under My Skin", a song by Mudvayne from L.D. 50 "Under My Skin", a song by Gin ...

                                               

Ghost of a Chance

"Ghost of a Chance" Rush song, 1992 "Ghost of a Chance", a song by Garland Jeffreys from his 1981 LP Escape Artist Ghost of a Chance album, by Turboweekend, 2009 "Ghost of a Chance", a song by The Blades

                                               

Lake Placid

Lake Placid may refer to: Lake Placid New York, a lake near the New York village Lake Placid, New York, site of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics Lake Placid, a lake in Pinellas County, Florida Lake Placid film, a 1999 film directed by Steve Mine ...

                                               

The Final Chapter

The Final Chapter may refer to: All Areas – Worldwide, a 1997 live album by Accept, released as The Final Chapter in Japan and the United States The Final Chapter Hypocrisy album, 1997 The Final Chapter Ruff Endz album Saw 3D: The Final Chapter, ...

                                               

Omen (disambiguation)

Omen Within the Ruins EP, a 2011 EP from Within the Ruins Omen band, an American heavy metal band An Omen EP, a 2012 EP from the band How to Destroy Angels Omen Antestor album, a 2012 album from Antestor Omen musician, American rapper and produce ...

                                               

Planet of the Apes (disambiguation)

Planet of the Apes comics, comics tie-ins to the franchise Planet of the Apes 2001 film, a 2001 remake of the first film Planet of the Apes 1968 film, the first film in the franchise Planet of the Apes novel, a 1963 science fiction novel by Pierr ...

                                               

Apeman

Apeman or ape-man may refer to: Missing link human evolution Human-chimp LRCA Pithecanthropus "ape-man", historical taxon now synonymous with Homo historically, a term for archaic humans, see Cryptozoological creatures like Bigfoot and Yeti Human ...

                                               

The Last Frontier

The Last Frontier, a 1974 TV special produced by Roger Ailes The Last Frontier miniseries, a 1986 American television miniseries The Last Frontier 1955 film, a 1955 Western by Anthony Mann The Last Frontier TV series, a 1996 American sitcom The L ...

                                               

Zira

Zira may refer to: Zira Cumin, a flowering plant native from east Mediterranean to East India Zirə, Azerbaijan Zira Planet of the Apes, a chimpanzee character in the novel and movie series Planet of the Apes Zira, Iran disambiguation, places in I ...

                                               

Alpha and Omega (disambiguation)

Alpha and Omega Tonus Peregrinus album, 2008 Alpha Omega Cro-Mags album, 1992 "Alpha and Omega", a track off of Boards of Canadas 2002 album Geogaddi "Alpha Omega", a bootleg compilation of tracks by The Beatles which prompted the release of the ...

                                               

Calima

Calima, Valle del Cauca, municipality of Valle del Cauca, Colombia Calima River, river in Colombia Calima culture, pre-Columbian culture from Colombia

                                               

Prowl

Prowl may refer to: Prowl, walking while partially squatting to maintain a low profile Prowl Transformers, a fictional robot superhero character in the Transformers robot superhero franchise. Prowl fitness exercise, an exercise which is a combina ...

                                               

X woman

X woman, X women, X Women, X-Women or Woman X may refer to: St. Francis Xavier University X-Women St. Francis Xavier X-Women A female student of St. Francis Xavier University X-Women, female members of the X-Men X Women original title: X Femmes, ...

                                               

X3

X³: Reunion, a space simulation computer game X³: Albion Prelude, an addon to X³: Terran Conflict X³: Terran Conflict, a sequel to X³: Reunion X-Men: The Official Game, a 2006 videogame prequel to X-Men: The Last Stand Mega Man X3, a 1995 platfor ...

                                               

X4

X4, X-4 or x4 may refer to: WordPerfect X4, a version of word processing software Moto X4, an Android Smartphone The Norteños street gang Naish X4, a kitesurfing kite A four-lane PCI Express slot Ruhrstahl X-4, a German World War II air-to-air gu ...

                                               

Pamana

Pamana Island or just Pamana, a small island off Rote Island in Indonesias East Nusa Tenggara province of Lesser Sunda Islands, and the southernmost point of Asia Pamana may also refer to: Pamana language, or Kagwahiva language, a Tupi–Guarani di ...

                                               

King Neptune

King Neptune may refer to: King Neptune film, a 1932 animated short film in the Silly Symphonies series King Neptune album Neptune mythology, god of the sea, referred to as "King" by some; his brothers are kings as well. King Neptune SpongeBob Sq ...

                                               

The Water Babies

The Water Babies, Water Babies, or Water Baby may refer to: "Water Baby" song, a song by English musician Tom Misch Water baby syndrome, an older, alternative name for hydrocephalus The Water Babies, a 2003 musical based on the novel by Jason Car ...

                                               

Babes in the Wood (disambiguation)

Babes in the Wood could refer to: Babes in the Wood TV series, a British sitcom from 1998 to 1999 Babes in the Wood murders disambiguation, various events so-called for their resemblances to the traditional tale "Babes in the Wood", an episode of ...

                                               

Hells Bells

"Hells Bells" Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a 2002 episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Hells Bells TV series, a British comedy series starring Derek Nimmo Hells Bells 1929 film, a Walt Disney Silly Symphonies cartoon Hells Bells: The Dangers of Rock ...

                                               

Susie

"Susie Q" song, a 1957 song by Dale Hawkins, covered by Creedence Clearwater Revival 1968 "Susie", a song by John Lee Hooker from the album Mr. Lucky "Wake Up Little Susie", by Felice and Boudreaux Bryant 1957 "Susie", a song by Krokus from Paink ...

                                               

Spider and the Fly

Spider and the Fly might refer to: "Spider and the Fly", a 1946 song by Myra Taylor The spider and the fly problem, a mathematical puzzle with an unintuitive solution The Spider and the Fly DiTerlizzi book "The Spider and the Fly" poem, by MCharl ...

                                               

Pied Piper (disambiguation)

"The Pied Piper" song, a song written and originally recorded by Steve Duboff and Artie Kornfield and by Crispian St. Peters in 1966 "Pied Piper" BTS song, 2017 Pied Piper The Pillows album, 2008 "Pied Piper", a song by Jethro Tull, from their 19 ...

                                               

Blind Justice

Blind Justice, a story featuring Batman, and first appearance of fictional character Henri Ducard, written by Sam Hamm for Detective Comics #589-#600 March 1989-May 1989 Blind Justice comics, is a fictional character appearing in American comic b ...

                                               

Grissom

Grissom may refer to: Grissom, North Carolina, unincorporated community Gil Grissom, fictional character in the television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Gus Grissom, one of the original NASA Project Mercury astronauts and pilot of Gemini ...

                                               

Whatever It Takes

Whatever It Takes 2009 film, a British TV drama starring Shane Richie "Whatever It Takes" X-Men, an episode of X-Men Whatever It Takes, a 1998 film starring Don "The Dragon" Wilson Whatever It Takes, a 1986 film starring Martin Balsam Whatever It ...

                                               

Os Oculos do Vovo

Os Oculos do Vovo is a Brazilian silent film from 1913, and the oldest Brazilian fiction film still preserved. Directed by the Portuguese Francisco Dias Ferreira dos Santos 1873-1937, the film was originally produced in the city of Pelotas by the ...

                                               

Highclere (disambiguation)

Highclere is a village and civil parish located in Hampshire, England. Highclere may also refer to: De Havilland Highclere, a single-engined 15-passenger biplane airliner introduced in 1925 Highclere, Kingsclere and Basingstoke Light Railway, pro ...

                                               

When Worlds Collide (disambiguation)

AAA When Worlds Collide, a 1994 professional wrestling pay-per-view event When Worlds Collide Numb3rs, an episode of Numb3rs When Worlds Collide, the 30th episode of the anime series Digimon Fusion When Worlds Collide 1951 film, an adaptation of ...

                                               

Brave New World (disambiguation)

"Brave New World" Fringe, the two-part finale of the fourth season of Fringe "Brave New World" Boy Meets World, the two-part series finale of Boy Meets World "Brave New World" One Tree Hill, the tenth episode of the third season of One Tree Hill ...

                                               

Dearly Beloved

Dearly Beloved novel, a 1962 novel by Anne Morrow Lindbergh Dearly Beloved, a 1990 novel by Mary Jo Putney Dearly Beloved, a 2009 book by David Wilkerson Dearly Beloved, a 1944 novel by Mary Burchell Dearly Beloved, a 1942 novel by Harry Sylveste ...

                                               

Whats Up, Doc?

Whats Up, Doc? may refer to: In context of animated films involving Bugs Bunny "Whats up, doc?", catchphrase of the cartoon character Whats Up, Doc? 1950 film, animated cartoon short "Whats Up, Doc?" music, instrumental theme by Carl Stalling, an ...

                                               

Gizmo

Gizmos, interactive online simulations for math and science education from ExploreLearning Gizmo, a bounding box or set of manipulator handles in the shape of a 3axis coordinate system icon used for manipulating objects in 3D modeling computer pr ...

                                               

Happy Anniversary

Happy Anniversary can refer to: In film and television: "Happy Anniversary" Arthur, an episode of the television series Arthur Happy Anniversary upcoming film, an upcoming film starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan and Sushmita Sen H ...

                                               

Probe

"Probe", a 2002 hit single by DJ Baby Anne Probe dance theatre company, founded in 2004 by Antonia Grove and Theo Clinkard

                                               

Mary disambiguation)

"Mary Mary", a song by Bruce Springsteen from his 2014 EP American Beauty "Mary, Mary", a modified cover of The Monkees song by Run-D.M.C. from its Tougher Than Leather album "Mary, Mary" song, a 1966 song by The Monkees "Mary, Mary, Quite Contra ...

                                               

All Out for Kangaroo Valley

All Out for Kangaroo Valley is a British TV movie about Australians living in London, shown on BBC1 on 5 November 1969.

                                               

Bionic (disambiguation)

Bionics is the application of biological methods and systems found in nature to the study and design of engineering systems and modern technology. Bionics may also refer to: