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Jackie

Jackie given name, a list of people and fictional characters named Jackie or Jacky Jackie, current ring name of female professional wrestler Jacqueline Moore Jackie Lee Irish singer born 1936, also known as "Jacky" Jarrhan Jacky born 1989, Austra ...

                                               

The Red Rider (novel)

It has been made onto films on two occasions. A 1923 silent film The Red Rider starring Fern Andra and a 1935 sound film The Red Rider directed by Rolf Randolf and starring Ivan Petrovich and Camilla Horn.

                                               

Rainmaker

Rainmaking, attempting to artificially induce or increase precipitation Rainstick, a percussion instrument originally used when performing in order to invoke rain Rain dancing, a ceremonial dance that is performed in order to invoke rain Cloud se ...

                                               

The Dancers (play)

The Dancers is a 1923 play by Gerald du Maurier and Viola Tree, written under the pen name Hubert Parsons. It ran for 349 performances at Wyndhams Theatre in Londons West End, starring du Maurier himself alongside Tallulah Bankhead in her London ...

                                               

Silent Hill (disambiguation)

Silent Hill may refer to: The Silent Hill Collection, released in 2006 Silent Hill video game, the first game in the series, released in 1999 Silent Hill Book of Memories, released in 2012 Silent Hill Mobile, released in 2006 Silent Hill Downpour ...

                                               

Silent Cry (disambiguation)

The Silent Cry, a 1967 Japanese novel by Kenzaburō Ōe The Silent Cry, novel by Cathy Glass author The Silent Cry, novel by Anne Perry Silent Cry, 2004 play by Madani Younis from Asian Theatre School/Red Ladder Theatre Company

                                               

Who Cares

Who Cares or Who Cares? may refer to: Who Cares 1925 film, a silent film starring Dorothy Devore "Who Cares?" Gnarls Barkley song 2006 Who Cares? 1919 film, a silent comedy film starring Constance Talmadge "Who Cares", a Don Gibson song 1959 WhoC ...

                                               

The Fast and the Furious (disambiguation)

Fast and Furry-ous, a 1949 animated Looney Tunes film Fast and Furious 1939 film, a film directed by Busby Berkeley The Fast and the Furious 1955 film, the first film produced for the American International Pictures company Tom and Jerry: The Fas ...

                                               

Checkered Flag

Checkered Flag or Chequered Flag may refer to: Checkered Flag 1994 video game for the Atari Jaguar Devils Angels, also known as The Checkered Flag, a 1967 American outlaw biker film Checkered flag, a type of racing flag Checkered Flag album, a 19 ...

                                               

Midnight Madness

"Midnight Madness", 2011 Lake of Tears song from Illwill Midnight Madness album, a 1983 album by Night Ranger "Midnight Madness" song, a 2008 song by The Chemical Brothers "Midnight Madness", 2000 Sinergy song from To Hell and Back

                                               

Two Worlds

Two Worlds 1930 German film, a German-language version of British film, also directed by Dupont Two Worlds 1930 British film, a film directed by E.A. Dupont "Two Worlds" Tenkai Knights, the pilot episode of the anime series Tenkai Knights Two Wor ...

                                               

Dantes Inferno (disambiguation)

Dantes Inferno 2007 film, a puppet comedy film version of Dantes hell Dantes Inferno 1935 film, a film based around a fairground attraction depicting the inferno LInferno, a 1911 Italian silent film by Giuseppe de Liguoro, loosely adapted from th ...

                                               

Green Eyes

"Green Eyes", a song by Husker Du from their album Flip Your Wig "Green Eyes", a song by Wavves from their album King of the Beach "Green Eyes", a song by Joe Purdy from his album You Can Tell Georgia "Green Eyes Aquellos Ojos Verdes", a 1929 pop ...

                                               

Rose Marie (disambiguation)

Rose Marie was an American actress. Rose Marie or Rose-Marie may also refer to: "Rose Marie" song, the title song, which became a hit in 1955 for Slim Whitman Rose-Marie 1928 film, a silent film starring Joan Crawford Rose Marie 1936 film, a blac ...

                                               

Heliotrope

Heliotrope most often refers to: Heliotrope color, a pink-purple color, named for the color of the flowering plants Heliotropium, a genus of flowering plants

                                               

Philip Hahn

Philip Hahn was an actor in the United States. He was in silent films including the lead role in The Price He Paid, an adaptation of an Ella Wheeler Wilcox poem, and The Dancers Peril. According to Motography he was a painter in Amsterdam until h ...

                                               

Bittersweet

Bittersweet apples, a variety of apple with a bittersweet taste Glycymerididae family of shellfish, saltwater clams known as bittersweets or Dog cockles Some species of vines in the genus Celastrus, including American bittersweet C. scandens and ...

                                               

Navy blue (disambiguation)

Navy Blues 1941 film, an American film co-written and co-produced by Jerry Wald Navy Blues 1937 film, an American film directed by Ralph Staub Navy Blue, a 1979 gay porno film starring Jack Wrangler and George Payne Navy Blues 1923 film, an Ameri ...

                                               

Periwinkle

Periwinkle may refer to: In fauna: Austrolittorina unifasciata Common periwinkle Littorina littorea Periwinkle, a common name for a number of gastropod molluscs in the family Littorinidae Periwinkle, a regional name for the caddisfly larva In flo ...

                                               

Resolve

Resolve may refer to: Resolve Last Tuesday album "Resolve" One Tree Hill episode The Resolve, a 1915 American silent short drama film "Resolve" song, by the Foo Fighters Claris Resolve, a spreadsheet program Resolve Lagwagon album DaVinci Resolve ...

                                               

Naveen Nooli

Nooli made his film debut with Login 2012, a Hindi film directed by his friend Sanjeev Reddy. He garnered acclaim for his work in Ladies & Gentlemen 2015. Music director Devi Sri Prasad, whom he worked with in S/O Satyamurthy 2015 recommended him ...

                                               

Keys of the Kingdom (disambiguation)

Keys of the kingdom is the Catholic concept of eternal church authority. Key of the Kingdom may also refer to: Various uses The Keys of the Kingdom film, 1944 film based on the Cronin novel The Keys of Heaven used in heraldry The Keys of the King ...

                                               

List of Knights Bachelor

Knight Bachelor is the oldest and lowest-ranking form of knighthood in the British honours system; it is the rank granted to a man who has been knighted by the monarch but not inducted as a member of one of the organised orders of chivalry. Women ...

                                               

Decoration of the Cross of Queen Elisabeth

The Decoration of the Cross of Queen Elisabeth was a Decoration established by Prince Carol I of Romania by Royal Decree 2270 on 6 October 1878 for his wife, Princess Elisabeth of Wied, to award Romanian women she deemed to have achieved outstand ...

                                               

Wikipedia:Wikipedia holidays

Wikipedia holidays, or the Order of the Day is a Wikipedia award bestowed honoris causa by Jimmy "Jimbo" Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia, typically to a Wikimedia developer for exceptional service to the community. Its motto is "We make the Intern ...

                                               

Wikipedia:Picture of the day

The picture of the day is a section on the Main Page of the English Wikipedia that is automatically updated every day with one or more of its featured pictures, accompanied by a blurb. Although it is generally scheduled and edited by a small grou ...

                                               

Wikipedia:Picture of the day/August 2021

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Wikipedia:Picture of the day/July 2021

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Einstein: His Life and Universe

Einstein: His Life and Universe is a non-fiction book authored by American historian and journalist Walter Isaacson. The biographical analysis of Albert Einsteins life and legacy was published by Simon & Schuster in 2007, and it has received a ge ...

                                               

Taversoe Tuick

Taversoe Tuick is a Neolithic burial cairn on Rousay, Orkney, Scotland, thought to date from between 4000 and 2500 BCE. The monument includes a rare example of a double-tiered chamber, an upper chamber approached via a passageway and a lower subt ...

                                               

Land of the blacks

A number of toponyms share similar etymologies, ultimately alluding to the dark skin of the local inhabitants: Zanzibar: from Persian Zanj, "coast of black people" Blackman Bay: in reference to dark-skinned Aborigines Melanesia: coined from Greek ...

                                               

Guadalix

The Guadalix is a river of Spain located in the centre of the Iberian Peninsula, a right-bank tributary of the Jarama. It springs out of the Sierra de Guadarrama, in the valley flanked by the La Najarra Peak, el Puerto de la Morcuera, the Alto de ...

                                               

Akuapem dialect

Akuapem, also known as Akuapim, Akwapem Twi, and Akwapi, is one of the principal members of the Akan dialect continuum, along with Bono and Asante, with which they are collectively known as Twi, and Fante, with which it is mutually intelligible. ...

                                               

1973 World Cup (mens golf)

The 1973 World Cup took place 22–25 November at the Club de Golf Nueva Andalucia in Marbella, Spain. The name of the club was later changed to Real Club de Golf Las Brisas. It was the 21st World Cup event. The tournament was a 72-hole stroke play ...

                                               

Mongolia (disambiguation)

The contiguous geographical area in which the Mongols primarily live Inner Mongolia, an autonomous region of China south of the Mongolian state Outer Mongolia, an outer region of the Qing dynasty, most of which are now covered by the Mongolian st ...

                                               

MN

Mongolia ISO 3166-1 country code County Monaghan, in Ireland license plate code Montenegro former ISO 3166 country code Minnesota, US postal abbreviation Manipur, a state in northeast India Monaco FIPS 10-4 country code Province of Mantua, or of ...

                                               

Baatar

The fictional character Orkhon Baatar in The Palace of Heavenly Pleasure Damdin Sukhbaatar 1893–1923, Mongolian military leader and revolutionary hero Mengke Bateer Monkhbaatar, born 1975, Chinese basketball player from Inner Mongolia

                                               

Ass

Mongolian wild ass Asinus, a subgenus of Equus, that includes the donkey and multiple other asses Donkey or ass, Equus africanus asinus Onager or Asiatic wild ass, Equus hemionus

                                               

Djoko Slijepcevic

Djoko M. Slijepcevic was a Serbian church historian. Slijepcevic was also a staunch anti-Communist, who left Yugoslavia in 1945 when the Communists seized the power. He wrote numerous books about Yugoslav communist tactics in Europe, and crimes o ...

                                               

Enneagram

Enneagram is a compound word derived from the Greek neoclassical stems for nine and something written or drawn. Enneagram may refer to: Enneagram geometry, a nine-sided star polygon with various configurations Enneagram of Personality, a model of ...

                                               

Symplectic

The term symplectic is a calque of "complex" introduced by Hermann Weyl in 1939. It may refer to: in Mathematics: Symplectic group Symplectic representation Symplectic vector space Symplectic matrix Symplectic manifold Symplectic Clifford algebra ...

                                               

Dunedin (disambiguation)

Dunedin is the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand. It is named for Dùn Eideann, the capital of Scotland, generally Anglicised as Edinburgh Dunedin may also refer to: