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Left Behind (disambiguation)

Left Behind is a series of 16 best-selling novels by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. Left Behind may also refer to: Left Behind: World at War, 2005 film "Left Behind" Arrow, an episode of Arrow Left Behind film series Left Behind: The Movie, 200 ...

                                               

Lisa Jackson

Lisa Jackson may refer to: Lisa Jackson model born 1987, contestant who participated in Americas Next Top Model, Cycle 9 Lisa F. Jackson born 1950 American documentary filmmaker Lisa Jackson filmmaker Canadian and Anishinaabe documentary filmmake ...

                                               

Devour

Devour may refer to: Motorola Devour, an Android-based smartphone produced by Motorola for Verizon Wireless Devour film, a 2005 film directed by David Winkler Devoured novel, a novel by Anna Mackmin, that was shortlisted for the Desmond Elliott P ...

                                               

The Bay of Silence

The Bay of Silence is an upcoming internationally co-produced thriller film, directed by Paula van der Oest from a screenplay by Caroline Goodall, from the novel of the same name by Lisa St Aubin de Teran. It stars Claes Bang, Olga Kurylenko, Ali ...

                                               

Trillium (disambiguation)

Trillium is a genus of flowering plants. It may also refer to: Trillium Cup, an annual two-team cup rivalry between Major League Soccers Toronto FC and the Columbus Crew Trillium CNG, a subsidiary of WEC Energy Group Trillium, imprint of Ohio Sta ...

                                               

Golden dream

Golden dream can refer to: Golden Dreams, a 2001 film about Californias history at Disneys California Adventure Golden Dreams 1922 film, a 1922 American adventure film based upon a Zane Grey story Golden Dream: A Fuzzy Odyssey, a novel by Ardath ...

                                               

Hand of Glory (disambiguation)

"Hand of Glory", a song by Rage on their 1986 album Reign of Fear "Hand of Glory", a song by The Smithereens on their 1986 album Especially for You "Hand of Glory", a song by Witch on their 2006 eponymous album Witch "Hand of Glory", a song by St ...

                                               

Windwalker

Windwalker may refer to: Windwalker, a sequel to the RPG adventure game, Moebius: The Orb of Celestial Harmony, published by Origin Systems The Wind-Walker, an epithet for Ithaqua, in the Cthulhu mythos stories Windwalker film, a 1981 film starri ...

                                               

Firth (disambiguation)

England Firth Park ward, an electoral ward in the City of Sheffield Scotland Firth, Shetland Firth, Orkney United States Firth, Nebraska, United States Firth, Idaho, United States

                                               

Frank Harris (disambiguation)

Frank Harris was an editor, journalist and publisher. Frank Harris may also refer to: Frank Clifford Harris 1875–1949, British lyricist Frank Harris quarterback, American football player Frank Harris baseball 1858–1939, infielder in Major League ...

                                               

Edgley

Edgley may refer to: Edgley Optica, British light aircraft designed for observation work, intended as a low-cost alternative to helicopters Mark Edgley Smith born 1955, British composer Gigi Edgley born 1977, Australian actress and recording arti ...

                                               

Seshadri

Sheshadri is an Indian name. Seshadri refers to Sesha, the dasa of Lord Vishnu, in the Vaishnavite tradition of Hinduism. Seshadri refers to Sesh, the Snake and Adri the mountain; also name of one of the seven mountains in Tirupathi while we cros ...

                                               

England XI in South Africa in 1989–90

In January 1990, a representative team of English cricket players undertook the final so-called "Rebel tour" to South Africa, to play a series of matches against the South African team. At the time, the International Cricket Council had placed a ...

                                               

Tarcisio Stramare

Tarcisio Stramare was an Italian priest, a biblical scholar, writer and teacher. He was considered one of the greatest international scholars of Josephology.

                                               

Elizabeth Mary Wilkinson

Wilkinson was born in Keighley, Yorkshire, on 17 September 1909, and educated at Whalley Range High School in Manchester. She began studying German in 1929 at Bedford College, London, and took a Diploma in Education at Oxford in 1933. After teach ...

                                               

Straumsfjorden

Straumsfjorden, Vestland, a fjord in Solund municipality in Vestland county Straumsfjorden, Troms og Finnland, a strait in Tromso and Balsfjord municipalities in Troms og Finnland county Straumsfjorden, Trondelag, a fjord in Hitra municipality in ...

                                               

Vineland (disambiguation)

Vineland, Colorado Apopka-Vineland Road, several roads in Orange County, Florida Vineland, Alabama Vineland, Florida Vineland Township, Polk County, Minnesota Vineland, Minnesota Vineland Senior High School North, a public high school Vineland, M ...

                                               

Intercept

Intercept may refer to: Visual Intercept, a Microsoft Windows based software defect tracking system Telephone tapping, the monitoring of telephone and Internet conversations by a third party Operation Intercept, an anti-drug measure announced by ...

                                               

Shadows of Sanctuary

Greg Costikyan reviewed Shadows of Sanctuary in Ares Magazine #12 and commented that "In Shadows, Sanctuary becomes even more fully described; it is rapidly turning into one of the most depraved and violent cities in fantasy fiction. If you enjoy ...

                                               

The Devils Game (novel)

Greg Costikyan reviewed The Devils Game in Ares Magazine #6 and commented that "Anderson certainly has not let himself stagnate; indeed, his metamorphosis is all the more striking in a writer of settled style. It is to be devoutly desired that Th ...

                                               

Vishnu Bharadwaj

Vishnu Bharadwaj is an Indian film screenwriter, and director known for his works in Malayalam cinema. His directorial debut Sullu was released in 2019. Sullu is a survival thriller film produced by Friday Film House.

                                               

Esler

Esler may refer to: Surname Murray Esler, AM born 1943, clinical cardiologist and medical scientist, Melbourne, Australia Ty Esler, former Australian rules football player Frank Esler-Smith born 1948, arranger and keyboard player for the soft roc ...

                                               

Tanak (disambiguation)

The Tanakh or Tanak is the Hebrew Bible, the canonical collection of Jewish texts, which is also the textual source for most of the Christian Old Testament. It is an acronym, made of the initial consonants of the Hebrew words Torah, Neviim, and K ...

                                               

Voice in the Wilderness

Voice in the Wilderness or a lone voice in the wilderness is an English idiom for someone who expresses an idea or opinion that is not popular or that the individual is the sole person expressing that particular opinion with the suggestion that t ...

                                               

Ewalt House

The Ewalt House is a historic house in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and a contributing property in the Lawrenceville Historic District. It was built as a country estate sometime between 1787 and 1840 by Samuel Ewalt ...

                                               

LElixir de longue vie

LElixir de longue vie is a short story by Honore de Balzac. It was published in 1830 and is one of the Etudes philosophiques of La Comedie humaine.

                                               

Mowry-Addison Mansion

The Mowry-Addison Mansion is a historic house in the Upper Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and a contributing property in the Lawrenceville Historic District. It was built in 1830–32 by Peter Mowry, a physician, and was or ...

                                               

Cutty Sark (disambiguation)

The Cutty Sark is a tea clipper ship built in Scotland, now in permanent dry dock at Greenwich, London Cutty Sark may also refer to: Cutty Sark whisky, a brand of Scotch whisky "Cutty Sark" short story, a short story by Ivan Yefremov Cutty Sark D ...

                                               

This Ones for You

This Ones for You may refer to: "This Ones for You" Barry Manilow song, the title track from Barry Manilows 1976 album This Ones for You Barry Manilow album, a 1976 album by Barry Manilow This Ones for You, a 2015 EP by Luke Combs "This Ones for ...

                                               

The Secrets of My Life

The Secrets of My Life is a 2017 memoir by Caitlyn Jenner. The memoir covers many aspects of her life to include her childhood as Bruce Jenner and her rise to fame as a gold-medal-winning Olympic decathlete, three marriages, Jenners relationships ...

                                               

Theodorus Ascidas

He was the archbishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia. He was theological advisor to Byzantine emperor Justinian I. Justinian I made him archbishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia without the obligation of residence.

                                               

A Very Private Eye

A Very Private Eye is a 1984 publication of writings by the English novelist Barbara Pym, subtitled An Autobiography in Diaries and Letters. Released after Pyms death, the volume was edited by Pyms sister Hilary and her literary executor Hazel Holt.

                                               

The House of Men

The House of Men is a novel by French writer Marcel Ayme that tells the story of a group of tenants living in a large, modern, and soulless Parisian building that faces a small detached house that presents itself, by contrast, as an oasis of huma ...

                                               

Untamed (memoir)

Untamed is a 2020 memoir by Glennon Doyle. It was published by The Dial Press on March 10, 2020. It is her third memoir. The book debuted at number one on The New York Times nonfiction best-seller list. As of May 31, 2020, the book has spent 10 w ...

                                               

Bad faith (disambiguation)

Bad faith is double mindedness or double heartedness in duplicity, fraud, or deception. Bad faith may also refer to: Insurance bad faith, a legal term of art Bad Faith novel, a 2008 novel by Gillian Phillip Bad Faith, a fictional rock band in the ...

                                               

Holly Gibney

Holly Gibney is a fictional character created by American author Stephen King. Originally appearing in the Bill Hodges trilogy of novels, she later appears as a major supporting character in The Outsider and as the title character in If It Bleeds ...

                                               

The Sound and the Fury (disambiguation)

The Sound and the Fury 2014 film, a 2014 film adaptation of the novel "The Sound and the Fury" The Flash, an episode of The Flash The Sound and the Fury 1959 film, a 1959 film adaptation of Faulkners novel

                                               

Wall of Sound (disambiguation)

Noise in music Wall of Sound Grateful Dead, a sound amplification and speaker system used by that band, principally in 1974, as well as the era in which the sound system was used Wall of Sound, a 2009 album by Naturally 7 Raymond Scotts nickname ...

                                               

John Caunter

Educated at Uppingham School and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Caunter was commissioned into the Gloucestershire Regiment in 1909. He was captured by German forces in October 1914 and spend most of the war in captivity as a prisoner of w ...

                                               

Bad Influence

Bad Influence!, a British childrens television series that reviewed computers and games Bad Influence film, a 1990 film "Bad Influence", an episode of The Weird Al Show Bad Influence professional wrestling, a professional wrestling tag team consi ...

                                               

Sargable

In relational databases, a condition in a query is said to be sargable if the DBMS engine can take advantage of an index to speed up the execution of the query. The term is derived from a contraction of Search ARGument ABLE. A query failing to be ...

                                               

American Life (disambiguation)

An American Life, an autobiography by Ronald Reagan AmericanLife TV Network, an American cable television network This American Life, a public radio anthology program

                                               

The Divide

The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap, a 2014 book by Matt Taibbi The Divide trilogy, a series of novels by Elizabeth Kay, or the first book in the trilogy The Divide, novel by Nicholas Evans 2005 The Divide novel, a 1980 al ...

                                               

Famous Last Words

"Famous Last Words", by Billy Joel from River of Dreams "Famous Last Words" Tears for Fears song, 1990 "Famous Last Words", by Zeromancer from Zzyzx "Famous Last Words", by Ty Dolla Sign from Beach House 3 "Famous Last Words", by Jars of Clay fro ...

                                               

Athabasca

Athabasca is an anglicized version of the Cree name for Lake Athabasca in Canada, āthap-āsk-ā-w, meaning "grass or reeds here and there". Most places named Athabasca are found in Alberta, Canada. Athabasca may also refer to:

                                               

Beautiful Lies

Beautiful Lie”, a 2009 song by Jennifer Paige and Nick Carter "Beautiful Lie", a track on Ryan Leslies 2012 album Les Is More "Beautiful Lies", a song by Jack Rhodes 1908–1968 "Beautiful Lies" Roberta Howett song, 2010 "Beautiful Lie", a song fro ...

                                               

In the Middle of the Night

In the Middle of The Night may refer to: "In the Middle of the Night", song on the album One Step Beyond. by Madness In the Middle of the Night, a 1994 song from Magic Affair In the Middle of the Night novel, young adult novel by Robert Cormier " ...

                                               

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Deep End

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Deep End is an upcoming novel written by Jeff Kinney and the fifteenth in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. The book will be published on October 27, 2020.

                                               

Power of Three

Power of Three may refer to: Power of three, a number of the form 3 n Third power, a number of the form n 3 It is also the title of: "The Power of Three" Doctor Who Power of Three novel, a novel by Diana Wynne Jones Power of Three Fatso Jetson al ...

                                               

The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (disambiguation)

The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter is a 1940 novel by Carson McCullers. The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter may also refer to: "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter" song, by Reba McEntire, 1994 "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter", a song by Delta 5, 1982 "The Heart Is a ...