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Wildflower Festival

Wildflower Festival may refer to one of these annual events: Crested Butte Wildflower Festival, an annual July festival in Crested Butte, Colorado Great Smokies Wildflower Pilgrimage, a week-long annual April event in the Great Smoky Mountains Na ...

                                               

King Biscuit

King Biscuit may refer to: King Biscuit Blues Festival, an annual, multi-day blues festival, held in Helena, Arkansas, United States Arkansas Blues and Heritage Festival, the name of the festival from 2005 to 2010 King Biscuit Time musician, a so ...

                                               

Falls

Falls may refer to: The ropes or wires, fed through davits, that are used to secure and lower a ships lifeboats. Falls, West Virginia Falls surname Belfast Falls UK Parliament constituency Belfast Falls Northern Ireland Parliament constituency Fa ...

                                               

Porcupine (disambiguation)

Porcupine caribou, a subspecies of the caribou also called Grants caribou Porcupinefish, also commonly called blowfish Porcupine flower, a plant from India

                                               

Saito (disambiguation)

Saitō Garden Ishinomaki, a garden in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan Sushi Saito, a sushi restaurant in Tokyo Osaka Monorail Saito Line, a line on the monorail in Osaka, Japan Saito-nishi Station, a station on the Osaka Monorail Saito, Miyaz ...

                                               

Early B (rapper)

Earl Swartz born professionally known as Early B or Earl is a South African rapper known for being a member of an Afrikaans hip hop duo, Earl & Agemi back on his early times of his career. He gained prominence after he released his hit single Cer ...

                                               

Summer Breeze

Summer Breeze may refer to: Summer Breeze album, a 1972 album by Seals and Crofts "Summer Breeze" song, the title song, also covered by The Isley Brothers and others "Summer Breeze", a single by Lords of Lyrics from their 1996 album Heaven or Hel ...

                                               

Eurovision (disambiguation)

The Eurovision Song Contest is an annual song competition. Eurovision may also refer to: "Euro-Vision", the 1980 Belgian entry to the Eurovision Song Contest Eurovision film, an upcoming comedy film inspired by the Eurovision Song Contest EuroVis ...

                                               

Naqeeb abad sharif

Naqeeb abad Sharif also written as Naqeebabad Sharif or Astana-e-Aliya Naqeeb Abad Sharif or Dargah Naqeeb ul auwaliya is an Islamic Spiritual site located at Lahore-Qasoor Highway. Place is famous for being the center of famous spiritual and suf ...

                                               

Book of Discipline

A Book of Discipline or Book of Order is a book detailing the beliefs, practices, doctrines, laws, organisational structure and government of many Christian denominations. They are often re-written by the governing body of the church concerned du ...

                                               

Messianic

Messianic primarily means "of the Messiah" or "A Follower of the Messiah", a religious savior in Abrahamic religions It may also refer to: Messiah in Christianity Messianism, belief in a Messiah, savior or redeemer Messiah in Judaism Religious mo ...

                                               

Suicide Club

Suicide Club may refer to: The Suicide Club, a 1974 made for television film starring Peter Haskell The Suicide Club 1909 film, American silent short film, directed by D. W. Griffith The Suicide Club short story collection, 1878 short story cycle ...

                                               

Sorry

"Sorry" Madonna song "Sorry" Rick Ross song "Sorry", by Naya Rivera featuring Big Sean "Sorry", by Future from Hndrxx "Sorry" Justin Bieber song "Sorry I Didnt Know", a 2000 song by Monsta Boy, later covered by Joel Corry in 2019 as "Sorry" "Sorr ...

                                               

Layem

Layem is a Tunisian Television series written and dialogued by Tahar Fazaa er directed by Khaled Barsaoui. Produced by Cactus production, it is broadcast by the channel Ettounsiya TV and simultaneously on El Hiwar El Tounsi during Ramadan 2013.

                                               

BFG

BFG weapon, usually short for Big Fucking Gun, weapons from several first-person-shooter games produced by Id Software Battlefleet Gothic, Games Workshops tabletop war game, set in the Warhammer 40.000 universe

                                               

Sensei (disambiguation)

Sensei band, melodic rock band from Jacksonville, Florida Sensei!, 2017 film Sensei First Comics, a four-issue limited series published in 1989 The Sensei, an independent feature film directed by Diana Lee Inosanto Kinpachi-sensei, a Japanese tel ...

                                               

Great River

Great River Grenada Great River Jamaica Connetquot River, New York, an Algonquian Native American word meaning "Great River" Nahr al-Kabir al-Janoubi, Arabic for "Great River"

                                               

Chekhov (disambiguation)

Chekhov Urban Settlement, a municipal formation which the Town of Chekhov in Chekhovsky District of Moscow Oblast, Russia is incorporated as Chekov crater, a crater on Mercury Chekhov inhabited locality, several inhabited localities in Russia

                                               

Silvanus

Silvanus or Sylvanus may refer to: Silvanus of the Seventy, writer, also mentioned in the New Testament, may have been the same person as Silas Silas Silvanus, disciple, mentioned in four New Testament epistles Silvanus genus, a genus of beetles ...

                                               

Carroll Young

Carroll Young was an American screenwriter who specialised in jungle stories. He used to work in publicity then went to work for Sol Lesser who produced Tarzan movies. Young became one of the regular writers of the films for the next decade. He l ...

                                               

Left for Dead

Left for Dead 2005 film, a British martial arts film Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead, a 2009 horror film Left for Dead 2007 horror film, a 2007 Canadian horror film Ed Stafford: Left For Dead, a 2017 television series hosted by English explorer Ed St ...

                                               

Breach of trust

Abuso de confianza English title: Breach of Trust, a 1950 Argentine film A Secret Life film, a 1999 American made-for-TV film released in Britain as Breach of Trust Breach of Trust 2017 film, a Cameroonian drama

                                               

Cocoon

Cocoon may refer to: Cocoon: The Return, 1988 sequel to Cocoon Cocoon silk, a pupal casing made by moth caterpillars and other insect larvae Cocoon film, a 1985 science fiction-fantasy film Apache Cocoon, web development software "Cocoon", a shor ...

                                               

Odalisque (disambiguation)

An odalisque was a female slave of a Turkish harem. Odalisque may also refer to: Odalisque painting – a painting by Filipino painter and revolutionary activist Juan Luna The Odalisque Fortuny – a painting by Marià Fortuny conserved in the Nationa ...

                                               

House of Pain (disambiguation)

House of Pain is an American hip-hop group. House of Pain may also refer to: House of Pain, a fictional laboratory in H.G. Wells 1896 novel The Island of Doctor Moreau

                                               

Restricted power series

In algebra, the ring of restricted power series is the subring of a formal power series ring that consists of power series whose coefficient approaches to zero as degree goes to infinity. Over a non-archimedean complete field, the ring is also ca ...

                                               

A Matter of Life and Death

A Matter of Life and Death Zitima Zois kai Thanatou, a 1972 film by Vagelis Serdaris based on a crime novel by Yannis Maris "A Matter of Life and Death", the fifth episode of The Honeymooners television series A Matter of Life and Death play, a 2 ...

                                               

Red Death

The Red Death may refer to: The Masque of the Red Death 1964 film, a 1964 film starring Vincent Price Masque of the Red Death 1989 film, a 1989 remake of the 1964 film "The Masque of the Red Death," an 1842 short story by Edgar Allan Poe The Red ...

                                               

Death of a Salesman (disambiguation)

Death of a Salesman is a play by Arthur Miller. Death of a Salesman may also refer to: Death of a Salesman 1961 film Death of a Salesman 1996 film "Death of a Salesman" song, from the album The Great Destroyer, by Low Death of a Salesman 2000 fil ...

                                               

A Death in the Family (disambiguation)

"A Death in the Family" Law & Order "A Death in the Family", an episode of Touched by an Angel "A Death in the Family", an episode of Castle "A Death in the Family", an episode of Always Greener "A Death in the Family", an episode of Night Galler ...

                                               

Death & Taxes

Groo: Death & Taxes, a comic book miniseries; see Groo the Wanderer Death and Taxes, a 1967 novel by Thomas B. Dewey Death and Taxes, a 1976 book by Hans Sennholz Lobo: Death & Taxes, a 1996 comic book miniseries; see List of DC Comics publicatio ...

                                               

Guild of Television Camera Professionals

The Guild of Television Camera Professionals is a not for profit organisation representing camera people working in all genres with around 1500 members globally with the majority being in the UK. The stated aim of the GTC is "to preserve the prof ...

                                               

Halcyon

"Halcyon Beautiful Days", by Mono from Walking Cloud and Deep Red Sky, Flag Fluttered and the Sun Shined, 2004 "Halcyon: The Heavy Silence: In Silent Rain", by.And Oceans from Cypher, 2002 "Halcyon", by The Paper Kites, 2011 "Halcyon", by ATB fro ...

                                               

Agile

Agile software development, a development method Agile manufacturing, an organization able it to respond quickly to customer needs and market changes Agile learning, the application of incremental and iterative methods to learning processes Agile ...

                                               

Unseen

Unseen, a 2016 documentary film directed by Laura Paglin about sex offender Anthony Sowell The Unseen 1945 film, an American ghost film directed by Lewis Allen The Unseen 2005 film, a film featuring Gale Harold & Michelle Clunie The Unseen 2017 f ...

                                               

Invisible Essence: The Little Prince

Invisible Essence: The Little Prince is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Charles Officer and released in 2018. The film profiles and explores the enduring cultural impact of Antoine de Saint-Exuperys influential novel The Little Prince. T ...

                                               

Philadelphia Experiment (disambiguation)

The Philadelphia Experiment is an urban legend about a supposed U.S. Naval experiment on invisibility carried out in 1943. Philadelphia Experiment can also refer to: The Philadelphia Experiment album, a 2001 collaborative jazz album featuring Uri ...

                                               

Soaring on Invisible Wings

Soaring on Invisible wings is a documentary released on December 14, 2012 and directed by Jamari Perry. The story is about 3 families and their experience with lupus.

                                               

Staircase (disambiguation)

Staircase may refer to: The shape of a function, cf. staircase function A stairway The Staircase, a mini-series documenting the trial of Michael Peterson, accused of murdering his wife The Staircase 1998 film, a television film about the story of ...

                                               

All About Love

All About Love 2010 film, a Hong Kong film All About Loving, a 1964 French comedy film All About Love 2006 film, a Philippine anthology film All About Love 2001 film, a French film All About Love 2005 film, a Hong Kong romance

                                               

Its About Time

Its About T.I.M.E., a 2019 musical film written, directed by, and starring Sticky Fingaz Its About Time, a film that received the 1993 Canada Award Its About Time 2001 film, a film shown at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival Its About T ...

                                               

Cold Fire

Cold Fire may refer to: Burning process Cold fire Noongar fire type, a fire type used by Noongar people Cold Fire 2016, a wildfire that burned in Yolo County, California Entertainment Cold Fire Koontz novel, a 1991 novel by Dean Koont The Land Be ...

                                               

Fire Down Below

Fire Down Below, an unwritten science fiction story in Robert Heinleins Future History Fire Down Below novel, a novel by William Golding and final part of the trilogy To the Ends of the Earth

                                               

Raft (disambiguation)

Great Raft, a gigantic log jam in the Red River, Louisiana, United States Raft River, a river that flows from Utah to Idaho in the U.S. Raft Island, a private island in Pierce County, Washington, U.S.

                                               

Zig Zag Street

ZigZag Street is a fictional novel written by Australian writer, Nick Earls. It was published in 1996. It was Earls second novel and won the Betty Trask Award in 1998. It has been compared with the work of Nick Hornby. It was adapted for the stag ...

                                               

Joe Talbot (musician)

Talbot has released two full-length studio albums and many EPs and singles with Idles. His music has been described as punk rock, and post-punk, especially due to its passionate nature and political lyrics, which have criticized right-wing news n ...

                                               

Inland

Inland, Nebraska, USA Inland Northwest United States, also known as the Inland Empire, a region in the U.S. Pacific Northwest Inland Township, Michigan, USA Inland Township, Clay County, Nebraska, USA Inland Township, Cedar County, Iowa, USA

                                               

The Hub

The Hub Verwood, an entertainment venue in Verwood, Dorset, England The Hub building, a residential skyscraper in Brooklyn, New York The Hub Gainesville, Florida, historic building on University of Florida campus The Hub, Jersey City a neighborho ...

                                               

Berkeley Square (disambiguation)

Berkeley Square is a town square in the West End of London. Berkeley Square may also refer to: Berkeley Square 1959 film, a Hallmark Hall of Fame production Berkeley Square 1933 film, a science fiction romance, based on the play Berkeley Square, ...

                                               

Warehouse (disambiguation)

A warehouse is a storage facility. Warehouse can also refer to: Warehouse clothing, a British womens clothing retail chain Warehouse nightclub, a club in Chicago credited by many as being the origin of the term "house music" Warehouse 13, an Amer ...