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White butterfly

White butterfly may refer to: Biology Appias, another genus of Pierinae sometimes called the whites Pieris, a genus of Pierinae commonly called the whites or garden whites Pontia, a third genus of Pierinae sometimes called the whites Pierinae, a ...

                                               

John Ray (disambiguation)

John Ray was an English naturalist. John Ray may also refer to: John D. Ray born 1945, English Egyptologist who deciphered the Carian script John Ray, Jr., character in the Vladimir Nabokov novel Lolita John Ray Webster, American checkers player ...

                                               

Smoke ring (disambiguation)

Smoke ring or smoke rings may refer to: The Smoke Ring novel, by Larry Niven 1987 A smoke ring proper, a vortex ring made of smoke A pink ring that forms around the edges of meat prepared by smoking, caused by myoglobin in the meat reacting with ...

                                               

Brandy Alexander (disambiguation)

Greg Alexander, former Australian rugby league footballer who is known by the nickname "Brandy" Brandi Alexander, American professional wrestler Brandi Alexander, Canadian model featured in Canadas Next Top Model, Cycle 1

                                               

Love Among the Ruins

Love Among the Ruins may refer to: In literature: Love Among the Ruins, a novel by Angela Thirkell Love Among the Ruins. A Romance of the Near Future, a novel by Evelyn Waugh Love Among the Ruins, a novel by Robert Clark "Love Among the Ruins" po ...

                                               

Dodkins Job

Dodkins Job is a dystopian science fiction novella by Jack Vance, written in 1959. It is on the theme of the organization theory of human society, which Vance depicts as a complex, interconnected machine. When society is a well-ordered system, al ...

                                               

Codex (disambiguation)

Codex Digital, a high-resolution media recording system WordPress Codex, the online manual for WordPress and a living repository for WordPress information and documentation Codex Corporation, a high-tech company in Newton, MA

                                               

Betsy (disambiguation)

Betsy, solo name of Betsy Weiss, lead singer of Bitch band Betsy Bitch album, 1988 Betsy album, 2017 Betsy singer 2000, Welsh singer Betsy, a band name used by Bitch band for one album in 1988 Betsy, solo name of Betsy Smittle, half-sister of Gar ...

                                               

Even Cowgirls Get the Blues

Even Cowgirls Get the Blues may refer to: "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues", a song by Robbin Thompson 1980 Even Cowgirls Get the Blues Lynn Anderson album, a 1980 album by Lynn Anderson, or the title song see next "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues", a so ...

                                               

Jitterbug (disambiguation)

A jitterbug is a swing dancer, any of various types of swing dances, or the act of dancing to swing music. Jitterbug may also refer to: Jitterbugs, a film Jitterbug transformation, a term coined by Buckminster Fuller for the chiral transformation ...

                                               

Firecracker (disambiguation)

Firecracker Lisa Loeb album, a 1997 album by Lisa Loeb Firecracker The Wailin Jennys album, a 2006 album by The Wailin Jennys "Firecracker", a 1979 hit song by Mass Production "Firecracker" song, a 2007 single by Josh Turner "Firecracker", a 2001 ...

                                               

Acceptable loss (disambiguation)

Acceptable loss is a military euphemism for casualties or destruction inflicted by the enemy that is considered minor or tolerable. Acceptable losses may also refer to: "Acceptable Losses", an episode of TV series The District Acceptable Losses, ...

                                               

Victim of Love

"Victim of Love", a song by Sweet Sensation from Take It While Its Hot album "Victim of Love" Erasure song, 1987 Victim of Love Dee Bridgewater album, 1989 "Victim of Love", a song by Bryan Adams from Into the Fire "Victim of Love", a song by Cas ...

                                               

Flivver

Flivver is early twentieth-century American slang for an automobile. It may refer to: Lukes Fatal Flivver, a 1916 American short comedy film The Flivver King, a 1937 novel by Upton Sinclair Ford Flivver, a single-seat aircraft that did not go int ...

                                               

Gorky Park

In the former USSR named after Maxim Gorky Gorky Park Rostov-on-Don Gorky Park Taganrog Gorky Park Minsk Central Park Almaty, also known as Gorky Park Park of Maxim Gorky Kharkiv Gorky Park Moscow

                                               

Songs from the Stars

Songs from the Stars is a novel in which Clear Blue Lou and Sunshine Sue help manage the society of Aquaria, the only human civilization that survived a nuclear war.

                                               

Goto (disambiguation)

Hideaki Goto, Yakuza boss and head of Goto Family The Goto Family, a powerful Yakuza family from The Raid 2 G0-T0, a droid in the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords Goto Dengo, a character in Neal Stephensons 19 ...

                                               

If You Could See Me Now

If You Could See Me Now may refer to: "If You Could See Me Now", a 1992 song by Celine Dion from Celine Dion If You Could See Me Now Etta Jones album, 1979 "If You Could See Me Now" The Script song, 2013 If You Could See Me Now Kenny Drew album, ...

                                               

Watch Out

"Watch Out", a song by Loverboy from Get Lucky "Watch Out" Ferry Corsten song, 2006 "Watch Out", a song by Walter Scott singer G. Hoeltzel, J. Krenski 1966 "Watch Out", a song by ABBA from Waterloo "Watch Out", a song by Lavender Hill Express Rus ...

                                               

Divided States of America

The Divided States of America: What Liberals and Conservatives Get Wrong about Faith and Politics by Richard Land Divided States of America: The Slash and Burn Politics of the 2004 Presidential Election by Larry J. Sabato

                                               

Coup (disambiguation)

"The Coup" The Office, an episode of The Office "The Coup" Smash, an episode of Smash The Coup, the former working title of the film No Escape 2015 "Coup" November 17, 2019, a season 3 episode of The Crown

                                               

Slaughterhouse (disambiguation)

"Slaughterhouse" Justified, an episode "Slaughterhouse" Hell on Wheels, an episode "Slaughterhouse" CSI: Miami, an episode "The Slaughterhouse" Brooklyn Nine-Nine, an episode Slaughterhouse film, a 1987 horror-comedy film

                                               

Antimatter (disambiguation)

Antimatter is material composed of antiparticles in the same way normal matter is composed of particles. Antimatter may also refer to: "Antimatter", a song by Swedish metal band Dragonland from the album Astronomy Antimatter band, a UK art rock b ...

                                               

A Beautiful Friendship

"A Beautiful Friendship", a short story in the More Than Honor anthology by David Weber A Beautiful Friendship novel, a 2011 young adult science fiction novel by American author David Weber

                                               

Good behaviour

Good behaviour may refer to: Good Behavior Game, educational psychology research and practice Good behavior or good conduct time, penal system and legal terminology Good behaviour may also refer to:

                                               

All the Rage

All the Rage, novel by Courtney Summers 2015 All the Rage novel, a 2000 novel by F. Paul Wilson All the Rage, memoir by Ian McLagan 2000 All the Rage, play by Keith Reddin 2006 All the Rage, poetry criticism by William Logan 1998 All the Rage, no ...

                                               

She Painted Her Face

She Painted Her Face is a 1937 novel by the English author Dornford Yates, first serialised in Womans Journal and Womans Home Companion.

                                               

Shoal Water

Jeremy Solon narrator falls in with Katherine Scrope and learns she has been blackmailed into doing duty as a carrier for jewel thieves. She is kidnapped, and Solon and his companions – now including Jonathan Mansel – set out to rescue her.

                                               

Safe Custody

Safe Custody is a 1932 novel by the English author Dornford Yates, first serialised in The Saturday Evening Post.

                                               

B-Berry and I Look Back

B-Berry and I Look Back is the second volume of fictionalised memoirs of the English author Dornford Yates, published in 1958 and featuring his recurring Berry characters. The first volume, As Berry and I Were Saying, had been published in 1952. ...

                                               

As Berry and I Were Saying

As Berry and I Were Saying is the first volume of fictionalised memoirs of the English author Dornford Yates, published in 1952 and featuring his recurring Berry characters. A second volume, B-Berry and I Look Back, was published in 1958.

                                               

Blood sister

Bloodsisters, a 1982 novel by John A. Russo Blood Sisters, a 1981 novel by Valerie Miner Blood Sisters 2005, a book by Barbara Keating and Stephanie Keating "Blood Sisters" 1991, a short story by Greg Egan anthologized in Hackers Blood Sisters: A ...

                                               

Soldier On

"Soldier On" by Johnny Angel Wendell "Soldier On" by Tall Firs Composed by Aaron Mullan / Dave Mies "Soldier On" by The Temper Trap Composed by The Temper Trap covered by General Fiasco / Local Natives / The Temper Trap "Soldier On", a song by Oa ...

                                               

Living Hell

Living Hell, an album by We Were Gentlemen "Living Hell", a song by New Found Glory from Resurrection "Living Hell", a song by Screeching Weasel from Baby Fat Act I "Living Hell", a song by This Time Next Year from Drop Out of Life

                                               

The Quickening (disambiguation)

The Quickening, an album by Adelaide hip-hop group Funkoars The Quickening, an album by Kathryn Williams "The Quickening", a song by Cinematrik for the game Hacknet "The Quickening", a song by Latyrx "The Quickening", a song by Bad Religion on th ...

                                               

The Process

The Process may refer to: The Process Church of The Final Judgment, a religious group that flourished in the 1960s and 1970s The Process novel, by Brion Gysin The Process band, an American music group The Process Philadelphia 76ers, a reference t ...

                                               

Home Is the Sailor

Home Is the Sailor may refer to: Home Is the Sailor, a 1983 book by Robin Lee Graham with Derek Gill "Home Is the Sailor", a 1949 short story by Dorothy Black Home Is the Sailor Cheers, a 1987 episode of Cheers Home Is the Sailor, a 1952 novel by ...

                                               

The Best of Me

The Best of Me may refer to: The Best of Me novel, a 2011 novel by Nicholas Sparks The Best of Me film, a 2014 film adaptation of the Sparks novel Cliff Richard, 100th single and from Stronger album, 1989 Michael Buble, from Crazy Love Hollywood ...

                                               

Chronopolis

Chronopolis may refer to: Chronopolis, a 1974 novel by Barrington J. Bayley, also known as The Fall of Chronopolis Chronopolis, a fictional city in the Chrono Cross universe Chronopolis Marvel Comics, a fictional city in the Marvel Comics univers ...

                                               

Drown (disambiguation)

Drowning is respiratory impairment from being in or under a liquid. Drown may also refer to: Drown short story collection, a short-story collection by Junot Diaz Drown surname, a surname and list of people with the surnames Drown and Drowne DROWN ...

                                               

Cross channel

Cross Channel may refer to: Crossings of the English Channel, by various means Cross Channel visual novel, an adult interactive visual novel Cross Channel short story collection, 1996 collection of short stories by Julian Barnes Cross Channel fil ...

                                               

MOTD

MOTD may refer to either one of these things: Match of the Day novel, novel by Chris Boucher based on the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. Match of the Day U.S. TV series, NBCSN soccer television programme based on the above. ...

                                               

Little Girl

"Little Girl", by The Wilkinsons from Highway "Little Girl" Miwa song, 2010 "Little Girl", by Roxette from Room Service "Little Girl", by Ritchie Valens from Ritchie "Little Girl", by H-Blockx "Little Girl", by Them from The Angry Young Them "Lit ...

                                               

Honey Buzzard

Honey Buzzard may refer to: Barred honey buzzard Pernis celebensis, found in Indonesia and the Philippines European honey buzzard Pernis apivorus, a summer migrant to most of Europe and western Asia, wintering in tropical Africa Pernis bird, a ge ...

                                               

Second Son

The Second Son, 2011 novel by Jonathan Rabb The Second Son, 2000 novel by Joanna Wayne Second Son, 1988 novel by Robert Ferro Second Son Child novel, 2011 novel by Lee Child

                                               

Ive Got My Eyes on You

Ive Got My Eyes on You can refer to: "Ive Got My Eyes on You," a 1999 song by J. Aberg and Paul Rein, popularized by Jessica Simpson in her album Sweet Kisses "Ive Got My Eyes on You" 1968 song, a song by Les Reed and Jackie Rae, popularized by R ...

                                               

Devil May Care

Devil May Care may refer to: Devil May Care horse, an American Thoroughbred racehorse Devil-May-Care, a 1929 film musical starring Ramon Novarro Devil May Care Peters novel, a novel by Elizabeth Peters Devil May Care Faulks novel, a James Bond no ...

                                               

Cheshire Cat (disambiguation)

Cheshire Cat musician, an MC featured on Leftfields album Rhythm and Stealth Cheshire Cat Blink-182 album, 1995 Cheshire Cat Ronnie Foster album, 1975

                                               

After Youve Gone

After Youve Gone, an album by Lenny Solomon After Youve Gone, a 2004 album by Barre Phillips, Tetsu Saitoh, William Parker, and Joelle Leandre "After Youve Gone" song, a 1918 song written by Turner Layton and Henry Creamer

                                               

The Good Soldier (disambiguation)

"The Good Soldiers," a purportedly lost play by the future playwright Stanoff Osterling from the 1994 Doctor Who New Adventures novel Theatre of War by Justin Richards The Good Soldier, a 1915 novel by Ford Madox Ford