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Thornhill

Gweru-Thornhill Air Base, formerly Rhodesian Air Force Station Thornhill

                                               

Simpatico

Simpatico may refer to: Simpatico Gabor Szabo album an album by Gabor Szabo and Gary McFarland Simpatico The Vandermark 5 album, a 1999 album by free jazz band The Vandermark 5 Simpatico Suzy Bogguss and Chet Atkins album Simpatico The Charlatans ...

                                               

Idiots Delight

Idiots Delight play, a 1936 play by Robert E. Sherwood Idiots Delight film, a 1939 adaptation of the play, starring Clark Gable and Norma Shearer Idiots Delight, a freeform radio program hosted by Vin Scelsa

                                               

Sea Fever (play)

Sea Fever is a 1931 British play by Auriol Lee and John Van Druten. It is based on the 1929 play Marius by Marcel Pagnol about a Marius, a young man in Marseilles whose desire to go to sea overcomes his developing romance with a local girl. It wa ...

                                               

Somebody Knows

Somebody Knows is a 1932 mystery play by the British writer John Van Druten about an entertainer who is accused of strangling a prostitute. Following a court case there is not enough evidence to convict him, leaving the audience unsure of his act ...

                                               

Most of the Game

Most of the Game is a 1935 comedy play by the British writer John Van Druten. Much of the play is set in New York where a British writer and his aristocratic wife have fallen out of love with each other, and started news relationships with a teac ...

                                               

Behold, We Live

Behold, We Live is a 1932 play by the British writer John Van Druten. It had an original West End run of 158 performances at St Jamess Theatre in London between 18 August and 31 December 1932. It was produced by Gilbert Miller. The cast included ...

                                               

After All

"After All" Cher and Peter Cetera song "After All" Ed Bruce song "After All I Live My Life", a song by Frankie Miller from Once in a BMoon "After All", by Whitesnake from Flesh & Blood "After All" David Bowie song "After All", by Collective Soul ...

                                               

Cruise Control

Cruise Control may refer to: Speed 2: Cruise Control, a 1997 film CruiseControl, software build framework "Cruise Control", a song by the Headless Chickens from the 1991 album Body Blow Speed 2: Cruise Control soundtrack "Cruise Control", a song ...

                                               

Thunderstorm (disambiguation)

A thunderstorm is a storm characterized by the presence of thunder and lightning. Thunderstorm may also refer to: Thunderstorm album, a 2000 album by Iron Fire Thunderstorm play or Lei Yu, a 1933 play by Cao Yu Thunderstorm opera or Lei Yu, a 200 ...

                                               

Pickelhering

Pickelhering or Pickelharing was the nickname given to the comic character or stage buffoon in English comedy troupes that travelled through Germany in the 17th century. The term literally meant "pickled herring". As with wurst "sausage" in the n ...

                                               

Jack Boyle (disambiguation)

Jack Boyle was an American catcher and first baseman in Major League Baseball. Jack Boyle may also refer to: Jack Boyle third baseman 1889–1971, a Major League Baseball third baseman Jack Boyle, a character in the American television series Blue ...

                                               

Herodiade (disambiguation)

Herodiade and Herodias are French versions of the name of Herodias, wife of Herod II, and later of Herod Antipas. The French version of the name may refer to: Herodiade, opera in four acts by Jules Massenet, based on Flauberts "Herodias" Herodias ...

                                               

Golden shovel

A golden shovel, or Golden Shovel, is a poetic form in which the last word of each line forms a second, pre-existing poem, to which the poet is paying homage. It was created by Terrance Hayes, whose poem "Golden Shovel" from his 2010 collection L ...

                                               

Again Pioneers

Again Pioneers is a 1950 American black-and-white short drama film produced by Paul F. Heard for the Protestant Film Commission. Directed by William Beaudine, it stars Colleen Townsend, Tom Powers, Sarah Padden, and Regis Toomey. The story is set ...

                                               

Andreina Perez Aristeiguieta

Andreina Perez Aristeiguieta Venezuelan filmmaker, screenplay writer and author whose films and books have been screened and published throughout the United States and latinamerica.

                                               

Blueshift (disambiguation)

In astronomy, a blueshift is a decrease in electromagnetic wavelength caused by the motion of a celestial object toward an observer. Blueshift or blue shift may also refer to: "Blue Shift", a song by Lemaitre from their 2010 album "The Friendly S ...

                                               

Phase space (disambiguation)

Phase space is a concept in physics, frequently applied in thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, dynamical systems, symplectic manifolds and chaos theory. Phase space may also refer to: Phase Space album, an album by Steve Coleman and Dave Holla ...

                                               

Traces

Traces may refer to: TRACES, Trade Control and Expert System Traces, a 2019 mystery series on the UKTV Alibi Channel Traces, a 1987 album by Don Williams "Traces", a song by Built to Spill from their 2006 album You in Reverse Traces software, an ...

                                               

What Goes Up (disambiguation)

What Goes Up is an American comedy-drama film starring Hilary Duff and Steve Coogan, directed by Jonathan Glatzer that premiered on May 8, 2009 at the 3rd Annual Buffalo Niagara Film Festival. "What Goes Up" may also refer to: "What Goes Up.," an ...

                                               

Dickson

In Australia: Dickson Centre, Australian Capital Territory in Canberra Dickson, Australian Capital Territory in Canberra Dickson College in Canberra Division of Dickson, Electoral Division, Queensland In Canada: Dickson, Alberta Dickson Hill, Ont ...

                                               

Handicap

The term is derived from Hand-in-cap, an old English method for evaluating the relative worth of two items in a trade. Today Handicapped or handicap may refer to:

                                               

Sound Advice (disambiguation)

Sound Advice was a 1994–2008 Canadian radio show. Sound Advice may also refer to: Sound Advice, a music group that produced the 2006 album Gnarls Biggie Sound Advice, a 2006 album by The Shapeshifters Sound Advice, a 2011 album by Patti Austin So ...

                                               

Some Enchanted Evening (disambiguation)

"Some Enchanted Evening", an episode of Last of the Summer Wine "Some Enchanted Evening", an episode of Bless This House "Some Enchanted Evening", an episode of Man About the House "Some Enchanted Evening" The Simpsons, an episode of The Simpsons

                                               

1st Wyoming Territorial Legislature

The 1st Wyoming Territorial Legislature was a former meeting of the Wyoming Legislature that lasted from October 12, to December 10, 1869. This was the first meeting of the territorial legislature following the creation of the Wyoming Territory b ...

                                               

Sword of the Samurai

Sword of the Samurai, 2003 European release of 2002 Japanese video game Kengo 2: Legacy of the Blade Sword of the Samurai computer game, American acomputer game developed by MicroProse

                                               

Rongcheng

Rongcheng may refer to: An alternative name 榕城 for Fuzhou, Fujian, China Rong Cheng Shi 容成氏, a bamboo manuscript recovered in 1994 Rongcheng, Hubei 容城镇, a town in Jianli County, Jingzhou, Hubei, China Rongcheng, Shandong 荣成市, county-le ...

                                               

Livre des merveilles du monde

Livre des merveilles du monde may refer to: another copy, manuscript of Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, Français 1377-79 Livre des merveilles du monde or Secretz de la Nature, a compilation of ancient texts, Morgan Library & Museum MS. 461 Livre d ...

                                               

Questor

Questor may refer to: Questor the Elf, a character in the 1985 Atari arcade game Gauntlet An alternate spelling of Quaestor, an ancient Roman official Questor Busch Gardens Tampa, former motion simulator ride in Busch Gardens Tampa Questor Thews, ...

                                               

Manette

Manette may refer to: People: Lucie Manette, character in Charles Dickens novel, A Tale of Two Cities Alexandre Manette, character in Charles Dickens novel, A Tale of Two Cities A. Manette Ansay born 1964, American author, born in Lapeer, Michiga ...

                                               

Sheep (disambiguation)

Jacob sheep, an ancient species of sheep. Ovis, a genus including domestic sheep, bighorn sheep, Dall sheep, argali, and mouflon Sheep dog, a dog used to herd sheep

                                               

Feng Sheng

Feng Sheng can refer to: Art Fengsheng Shuiqi 风生水起, 1997 Chinese television program starring Li Bingbing The Message 2009 film, a film based on Mai Jias 2007 novel Feng Sheng, a character in The Female Prince Feng Sheng Music, a Chinese recor ...

                                               

Carnifex

Thylacoleo carnifex, the marsupial lion, an extinct carnivorous mammal species Metius carnifex, a species of ground beetle Cardisoma carnifex, a species of terrestrial crab Metoecis carnifex, a species of snout moth Phoenicircus carnifex, the Gui ...

                                               

Nine Perfect Strangers

Nine Australians from different walks of life attend a pricey 10-day "Mind and Body Total Transformation Retreat" at a place called the Tranquillum House run by a mysterious Russian woman named Masha.

                                               

Life During Wartime

"Life During Wartime" song, a song by Talking Heads first released in 1979. "Life During Wartime", a song by Pinhead Gunpowder from their 1997 album Goodbye Ellston Avenue

                                               

Sleep No More

Sleep No More may refer to: Sleep No More 2009 play, theatrical production, performed in 2009 in Brookline, MA with the American Repertory Theatre Sleep No More 2011 play, theatrical production, ongoing since 2011 in New York City Sleep No More T ...

                                               

Compassion (disambiguation)

Compassion is a profound and positive human emotion prompted by the pain of others. The following are related: Self-compassion Compassion fatigue Radical compassion Compassion may also refer to:

                                               

Naive (disambiguation)

Naive, 1985 album by synthpop band Dalek I Love You Naïve album, 1990 album by KMFDM Naive, 2008 album by Micky & the Motorcars Naïve Records, a French record label "Naïve" song, a 2006 song by The Kooks

                                               

Can You Hear Me?

Can You Hear Me? may refer to: "Can You Hear Me?" Evermore song, 2009 Can You Hear Me? telephone scam, a telephone scam first reported in 2017 "Can You Hear Me" Taeyeon song, 2019 "Can You Hear Me?", a song by Renaissance from Novella "Can You He ...

                                               

The Riddle

The Riddle album, a 1984 rock album by Nik Kershaw The Riddle, a 1959 jazz album by Dave Brubeck "The Riddle" Nik Kershaw song, also covered by many artists including Gigi DAgostino, and Jack Holiday & Mike Candys "The Riddle", a song by Steve Va ...

                                               

SOF

SOF may refer to: Start of frame delimiter, in computer networks data transmission Superior orbital fissure, a foramen in the skull Student of Fortune, an online tutoring company Sea of Faith, a Christian liberal philosophical movement Sound-on-f ...

                                               

Papa Was a Good Man (song)

Papa Was a Good Man is a song written by songwriter Hal Bynum. Released in September 1971 as a single Columbia 4-45460, with "I Promise You" on the opposite side by Johnny Cash, the song reached number 16 on U.S. Billboard s country chart and num ...

                                               

His Dark Materials (disambiguation)

His Dark Materials may refer to: The Subtle Knife, second novel in Pullmans trilogy, published in 1997 His Dark Materials, fantasy novel trilogy by Philip Pullman The Amber Spyglass, third novel in Pullmans trilogy, published in 2000 Northern Lig ...

                                               

Mythopoeic

The term mythopoeic has several applications: Mythopoeic thought, a hypothetical stage of human thought prior to scientific thought that produces myths. Mythopoeic Society, devoted to fantastic literature including that of Tolkien and his friends ...

                                               

La Belle et la Bête

La Belle et la Bête may refer to: La Belle et la Bête fairy tale or Beauty and the Beast La Belle et la Bête 2014 film or Beauty and the Beast, a remake of the French romantic fantasy film by Christophe Gans La Belle et la Bête opera, a chamber o ...

                                               

Quickening (disambiguation)

Quickening is the earliest perception of fetal movement by a mother during pregnancy Quickening may also refer to: The Quickening Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, an episode of science fiction television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine "Quickening" ...

                                               

Forced Entry

Forced Entry may refer to: Forced entry or forcible entry, entering into property, lawfully or unlawfully, by use of force In film: Forced Entry, a 2007 pornographic film starring Rod Barry Forced Entry 1975 film, a horror film remake of the 1973 ...

                                               

Eyes of a Stranger

Eyes of a Stranger may refer to: Eyes of a Stranger 1981 film, a horror film starring Jennifer Jason Leigh Eyes of a Stranger 1970 film, a gay pornographic film starring Jack Wrangler In the Eyes of a Stranger, a 1992 television film starring Jus ...

                                               

Wretched

Wretched may refer to: Wretched and Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones, Black Veil Brides third studio album Wretched doom band "The Wretched", a song by Nine Inch Nails from their album, The Fragile "The Wretched", a song by The Word Alive from ...

                                               

Firstborn (disambiguation)

Firstborn may also refer to: Firstborn, eldest child born in a family Firstborn Judaism, bechor in rabbinical Judaism Primogeniture, the firstborn child inherits parents property