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Avenida de Asturias

The Avenida de Asturias is a street in northwest Madrid, located in the district of Tetuan. A relatively recent urban development, opened in 2000, it hosts a multitudinous Sunday flea market since 2005.

                                               

Hypersonic (disambiguation)

Hypersonic effect, a psychological effect induced by ultrasound Hypersonic sound, a method for creating audible sound from ultrasound HyperSonic Sound, a trade name for a device that produces modulated ultrasound that can make its carried signal ...

                                               

Death sticks

Death sticks or Deathstick could mean the following: Hesotsan, a fictional creature used as a lethal weapon from Harry Harrisons West of Eden trilogy Seen in a scene from Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones that created the famous quote " ...

                                               

Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Puebla

The Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, Puebla Campus commonly shortened as Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Puebla or ITESM Campus Puebla, is a campus of the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education private univ ...

                                               

Francis Zirra Bazza

Francis Zirra Bazza is a medical doctor of medicine, a philanthropist and a politician. He was caretaker chairman of Michika LGA in Adamawa State, Nigeria from 29 June 2003 to 01 July 2004 and was elected Chairman on 04 August 2004.The 2004 resul ...

                                               

Ivo Giner

Giner represented Spain in the Eisenhower Trophy in 1994 and again in 1996, when he secured a third place finish together with Sergio Garcia, Jose Manuel Lara and Alvaro Salto. In 1996 he won the Spanish Youth Championship, a year after beating G ...

                                               

Baghdad Central (TV series)

Baghdad Central is a British crime thriller television series set in Iraq and first broadcast in 2020. It was adapted from a 2014 novel by Elliott Colla.

                                               

Return to sender

Return to Sender 2004 film, a 2004 film, starring Aidan Quinn, Connie Nielsen, Tim Daly and Kelly Preston Return to Sender, a webcomic by Vera Brosgol Return to Sender 2015 film, a 2015 film, starring Rosamund Pike, Shiloh Fernandez, and Nick Nol ...

                                               

Darko Lungulov

Darko Lungulov graduated from City College of New York with a BFA in film and video. In 2004 his documentary Escape won the Audience Award at the Hamptons International Film Festival and subsequently screened at IDFA, Leipzig, and GoEast film fes ...

                                               

Deep Cove

In Canada Deep Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador Deep Cove, British Columbia Deep Cove, Nova Scotia In New Zealand Deep Cove, New Zealand In the United States Deep Cove, Maine

                                               

Maitland (disambiguation)

Maitland Volcano, British Columbia, Canada Maitland, Hants County, Nova Scotia, Canada Maitland, South Australia Maitland, Cape Town, South Africa Lake Maitland, a dry lake in Western Australia Maitland, Florida, U.S. Maitland, New South Wales, A ...

                                               

Barxas

The Barxas, Trancoso or Troncoso is a river in the northwestern Iberian Peninsula, a left-bank tributary of the Minho. It is an international river as it conforms along most of its lower course the Portugal–Spain border, separating the Portuguese ...

                                               

7G

7G or 7-G can refer to: Rearwin Ken-Royce 7G, an engine model by LeBlond Aircraft Engine Corporation Sector 7G, Homer Simpsons sector at work; see Springfield The Simpsons F-7G, a model of Chengdu J-7 Operator 7G, the title by which EVE refers to ...

                                               

Whose Side Are You On? (disambiguation)

Whose Side Are You On? is a 1984 album by Matt Blanco. It may also refer to: "Whose Side Are You On?", a song by Bette Midler from The Rose soundtrack, 1979 "Whose Side Are You On?", a 1986 episode of The Bill "Whose Side Are You On?", a 1992 epi ...

                                               

Aunt Fanny

Aunt Fanny may refer to: People: Pen name of Frances Elizabeth Barrow, a childrens writer Stage name of Fran Allison, television and radio comedian Pen name of Frances Dana Barker Gage, a leading American reformer, feminist and abolitionist Film: ...

                                               

Caine Youngman

Caine Youngman is a human rights activist and member of the LGBT rights movement in Botswana. He first gained international attention in 2011 when he tried to overturn the countrys ban on same-sex relations. He currently serves as policy and lega ...

                                               

Laurus Labs

Laurus Labs is an Indian pharmaceutical company headquartered in Hyderabad. It is involved in the research and development of active pharmaceutical ingredients for anti-retrovirals and hepatitis C drugs. It claims to be the worlds largest third p ...

                                               

Ice Maiden Expedition

The Ice Maiden expedition was a British Army expedition in which six women from the United Kingdom became the first female team to ski across the Antarctic continent using muscle power alone. The Ice Maidens were also the largest team to ski acro ...

                                               

John D. Tucker

John Dr.Teeth Tucker is an American film director, commercial director, music video director, television producer, and Professor. He has directed films such as Warner Brothers Records KeAnthonys A Hustlaz Story, directed commercials for Obama Car ...

                                               

Alen Panov

Alen Panov is a Ukrainian diplomat, lawyer and public figure. Professor, Head of The International Politics Academic Department, Uzhhorod National University. Panov was born in Berehove, Ukraine and received a masters degree in law and PhD in his ...

                                               

Fedor Mstislavsky

Prince Fedor Ivanovich Mstislavsky - Russian boyar, one of the leaders of the Duma aristocracy, head of the "Seven Boyars", Chairman of Zemsky Sobor of 1613.

                                               

Freezing (disambiguation)

Freezing manga, a manga and anime series written by Dall-Young Lim and illustrated by Kwang-Hyun Kim Freezing TV series, a BBC comedy series Freezing film, a 2007 comedy film

                                               

Aylan Azerbaijani Dance Group

Aylan Azerbaijani Dance Group has been active in Tehran since 2007 in the field of ritual, traditional, dramatic and folkloric arts, directed and supervised by Tohid Haji Babaei. With its young and adult group performances, the group has particip ...

                                               

Langford

Langford, New York Langford, Virginia Langford, Mississippi Langford, South Dakota Mount Langford, a mountain in Yellowstone National Park Langford, Maryland

                                               

Virtual Team Dynamics

Virtual team dynamics, or distributed team dynamics, refer to the behaviors and psychology found in a virtual team and is a subtopic of group dynamics. A virtual team differs from a regular team in the sense that interactions between team members ...

                                               

Valdebernardo

Valdebernardo is an administrative neighborhood of Madrid belonging to the district of Vicalvaro. It was formally constituted as independent entity in 2017, after the administrative reorganization of the district carried out by the Ayuntamiento d ...

                                               

Global Programme to Eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis

The Global Programme to Eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis is a World Health Organization project to eradicate the Filarioidea worms which cause the disease lymphatic filariasis and also treat the people who already have the infection. The GPELF is a ...

                                               

French ironclad Bouvines

Bouvines was the lead ship for her class of two ironclad coast-defence ships built for the French Navy in the early 1890s. Completed in 1895, she always served as a flagship and was initially assigned to the Northern Squadron. The ship was briefl ...

                                               

Pasayten Peak

Pasayten Peak is a 7.850-foot pyramidal-shaped mountain summit located in western Okanogan County in Washington state. It is part of the Okanogan Range which is a sub-range of the North Cascades. The mountain is situated in the Pasayten Wildernes ...

                                               

6th of October

6th of October is the 279th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. The date may also refer to: The Yom Kippur War, a war between Israel and allied Egypt and Syria which broke on October 6, 1973

                                               

Ivan Buslayev

Ivan Yefimovich Buslayev was a Soviet Army major general and a Hero of the Soviet Union. Buslayev began his service as an ordinary soldier in the mid-1920s, rising to non-commissioned officer and then to junior officer. After serving in the Spani ...

                                               

Dreamz Unlimited - Nagaland

Dreamz Unlimited is an entertainment company based in Dimapur, Nagaland that primarily produces short videos on YouTube and also produces feature films. They began activity in 2008 and was formally incorporated as a company in 2016. The group ros ...

                                               

Vivian Chu

Vivian Chu is an American roboticist and Chief Technology Officer at Diligent Robotics, a company she co-founded in 2017 aimed at creating autonomous, mobile, socially intelligent robots. Chu is a leader in the field of human-robot interactions. ...

                                               

Prision Fatal (2009)

Prision Fatal was a professional wrestling supercard event produced by Mexican professional wrestling promotion International Wrestling Revolution Group, and took place on July 26, 2007 in Arena Naucalpan, Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico. The ...

                                               

Bull Lake

In Canada Bull Lake Bull Creek Ontario In Algoma District Bull Lake Low Creek Bull Lake Fox Creek Bull Lake Frontenac County, Ontario Bull Lake Black River In Kenora District Bull Lake Yorston River Bull Lake Halleck Creek In Sudbury District Bul ...

                                               

Esin Atıl

Esin Atıl graduated from the American College for Girls in Istanbul 1956 with BA degree. She received a second BA degree from the Western College for Women in 1958 and went to graduate-level studies at the University of Michigan. Atıl received he ...

                                               

Omer Faruk Gergerlioğlu

Gergerlioğlu completed his primary and middle schools Religious Vocational School in Bursa, Turkey. In 1990, he graduated from the Medical School of the Anadolu University.

                                               

Sine from Above (Lady Gaga and Elton John song)

"Sine from Above" marks the second studio based collaboration between Gaga and John, following their duet "Hello Hello" in the 2011 animated film Gnomeo & Juliet. The duo also performed together on numerous occasions, including the 2010 Grammy Aw ...

                                               

Roobha

Roobha is a 2018 Canadian feature film produced by Next Productions written and directed by Lenin M. Sivam starring Antonythasan Jesuthasan. The film explores the harsh realities faced by a young South-Asian trans-woman who struggles to make a li ...

                                               

Lena-Arena

The Lena-Arena, also known as the airberlin world for sponsorship purposes, was Fortuna Dusseldorfs temporary stadium during the hosting of the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 at Fortunas ESPIRIT Arena.

                                               

Swallow Lake

In Canada: In Nova Scotia In Queens County Swallow Lake at 44° 09′ 05″ North 65° 17′ 40″ West Swallow Lake at 44° 30′ 28″ North 64° 55′ 56″ West Swallow Lake in Digby County at 44° 11′ 13″ North 66° 01′ 29″ West In Ontario Swallow Lake Matawin Ri ...

                                               

Lake Bennett

Lake Bennett may refer to: In Australia Lake Bennett Northern Territory, Australia In Canada Bennett Lake in Parry Sound District at 45° 18′ 10″ North 80° 00′ 36″ West Bennett Lake in Lanark County at 44° 54′ 55″ North 76° 27′ 52″ West Bennett La ...

                                               

Fire and Desire

Fire and Desire was a professional wrestling tag team in WWE, consisting of Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville. The team was formed in 2017 on the Raw brand as a trio called Absolution, which consisted of Paige, Rose and Deville with the latter two jum ...

                                               

Achladia (disambiguation)

Achladia is an archaeological site and a village in Lasithi, Crete. Achladia may also refer to: Achladia, Phthiotis, a village in Phthiotis, part of the municipality of Domokos Achladia, Attica, a subdivision of Porto Rafti ESE of Athens in the A ...

                                               

Heraklion (disambiguation)

Heraklion is a Greek city name referring to Herakles and most notably used for Heraklion, the capital and largest city of Crete. It may also refer to the following places:

                                               

Kataka (film)

Kataka is a 2017 Indian Kannada horror suspense thriller film written and directed by Ravi Basrur, marking his Kannada-language debut. Kataka was dubbed into 15 languages, and is the first Kannada film dubbed into English. The film is based on tr ...

                                               

Jessica Green (actress)

Jessica Green is an Australian actress, known for her regular appearances as Australian television fantasy teen drama Lightning Point, as Cleopatra in the Netflix series Roman Empire, and as Talon in The Outpost

                                               

Toy Story (disambiguation)

Toy Story is a 1995 computer-animated film. Toy Story may also refer to: Toy Story franchise, a media franchise Toy Story video game, a video game based on the 1995 film

                                               

Cardiff-Newport metropolitan area

The Cardiff-Newport metropolitan area is a conurbation in South East Wales in the Gwent and South Glamorgan counties of Wales, United Kingdom. The metropolitan area includes the cities of Cardiff and Newport. Along with the outlying towns of Mert ...

                                               

Reihan Salam

Reihan Morshed Salam is a conservative American political commentator, columnist and author who since 2019 has been president of the Manhattan Institute. He was previously executive editor of National Review, a columnist for Slate, a contributing ...