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The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki

The Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki is a 2011 role-playing video game developed by Nihon Falcom. The game is a part of the Trails series, itself a part of the larger The Legend of Heroes franchise. Ao no Kiseki continues the story of The Legend of ...

                                               

Legend of the Five Rings (disambiguation)

Legend of the Five Rings is a fictional setting based on feudal Japan and currently controlled by Fantasy Flight Games. Legend of the Five Rings may also refer to: Legend of the Five Rings collectible card game, a collectible-card game set in the ...

                                               

James Lewis (American football)

James Christopher Lewis, Jr. is a former collegiate American football defensive back who played college football at the University of Miami. He was drafted 183rd overall in the 2002 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts.

                                               

Mystique

Mystique may refer to: Mercury Mystique, a compact car produced by the Ford Motor Company from 1995 to 2000 Mystique comics, a Marvel Comics character associated with the X-Men Mystique company, producer of a number of pornographic video games fo ...

                                               

Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Marvels Spider-Man: Miles Morales is an upcoming action-adventure game developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 5. Based on the Marvel Comics superhero Miles Morales, it is the second game i ...

                                               

Sackboy: A Big Adventure

Sackboy: A Big Adventure is an upcoming platform game developed by Sumo Digital and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 5. Part of the LittleBigPlanet series, it follows Sackboy, and features 3D platforming as opposed ...

                                               

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is an upcoming third-person shooter platform game developed by Insomniac Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 5. It will be the first game in the series since the release of Ratchet ...

                                               

Horizon Forbidden West

Horizon Forbidden West is an upcoming action role-playing game developed by Guerrilla Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 5. It is the sequel to Horizon Zero Dawn, and is played in a post-apocalyptic open wor ...

                                               

Fangs (comic)

Fangs is a romance webcomic by Sarah Andersen started in 2019. Andersen initially published the webcomic on Tapas, but has since published it with Andrews McMeel Publishing in 2020. Fangs follows a love story between Elsie Vamp and Jimmy Wolf, a ...

                                               

900 series

900 series may refer to: Lotus 900 series, their first self-developed engine 900 series bowling, three consecutive perfect games by an individual bowler Volvo 900 Series, range of executive cars produced from 1990–98 Karosa 900 series, collective ...

                                               

SO4

SO4 may refer to: SO4, the group of rotations in 4-dimensional Euclidean space Star Ocean: The Last Hope, an action role-playing video game developed by Tri-Ace and Square Enix National Identification Service, a department of the London Metropoli ...

                                               

Country Music Association Award for Video of the Year

The Country Music Association Awards is a major awards show in country music. Formerly known as the Music Video of the Year Award, Video of the Year was originally presented at the 1985 Country Music Association Awards. The category honours excel ...

                                               

Gauntlet IV

Gauntlet IV s main mode is "quest mode", which combines the gameplay of the original game with a character-leveling system and item purchasing. Additionally, it includes "arcade mode", a port of the original game, "battle mode", a deathmatch game ...

                                               

Hyper-casual game

A hyper-casual game is a mobile video game which is easy-to-play and usually free-to-play; they also feature very minimalistic user interfaces. Popularized in 2017 by game makers such as Ketchapp and Voodoo, these games can be quickly played afte ...

                                               

George Innes (disambiguation)

George Innes is an actor. George Innes or Inness may also refer to: Sir George Innes, 2nd Baronet died c. 1715, of the Innes baronets George Innes-Ker, 9th Duke of Roxburghe 1913–1974 George Inness 1825–1894, American landscape painter George Inn ...

                                               

Charles Robertson (painter)

Charles Robertson was an English painter and engraver. He focused on landscapes and genre scenes and is best remembered for his Orientalist works.

                                               

Rafael Senet Perez

Rafael Senet Perez was a Spanish painter and watercolorist, known for his costumbrista and Orientalist scenes. He also created numerous vedute of Venice.

                                               

Vester Voldgade 19

Vester Voldgade 19 is a Neoclassical property located at the corner of Vester Voldgade and Studiestræde in the Latin Quarter of Copenhagen, Denmark. The building was listed on the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1974. It is n ...

                                               

Lotte Hahm

Charlotte "Lotte" Hedwig Hahm was a prominent activist of the lesbian movement in Berlin during the Weimar Republic, National Socialism and after 1949 in the Federal Republic of Germany. Hahm was committed to organising lesbian women and improvin ...

                                               

Wheatfield

Wheatfield, Indiana, U.S. Wheatfield Ellicott City, Maryland, U.S., a historic home The Bloody Wheatfield, site of fierce fighting in the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg, American Civil War Wheatfield, New York, U.S. Niagara-Wheatfield Central School D ...

                                               

Saint Anthony Abbot (Pontormo)

Saint Anthony Abbot is an oil on panel painting by Pontormo, now in the Uffizi in Florence. Its original location and commissioner are unknown, but it is dated to c.1519 is based on stylistic similarities to the St John in Pontorme and the very s ...

                                               

Madonna and Child with the Infant John the Baptist

Madonna and Child with the Infant John the Baptist may refer to: Madonna and Child with the Infant John the Baptist Perugino, 1497 Madonna and Child with the Infant John the Baptist, Correggio, Chicago, 1513-1514 Madonna and Child with the Infant ...

                                               

Woman with a Basket of Spindles

Woman with a Basket of Spindles is a c.1514-1515 oil on panel painting now in the Uffizi in Florence. It is attributed to Pontormo or Andrea del Sarto. The work arrived in the Palazzo Pittis gallery in 1773, as recorded in a note on the reverse, ...

                                               

Haydnpark

Haydnpark is a park in Viennas twelfth district, Meidling. The park was built in 1926 on the remnants of an abandoned cemetery, Hundsturmer Friedhof, which closed in 1874 when the Vienna Central Cemetery was constructed. The park is named after c ...

                                               

Waveform Transmission Vol. 2

Waveform Transmission Vol. 2 is an album by American electronic musician and record producer Robert Hood, released under the alias The Vision. Issued in 1993 via Tresor record label, it is the second instalment of the Waveform Transmission series ...

                                               

In Two Worlds

In Two Worlds is a 2004 studio album by Roberto Paci Dalo, the first release by the label LArte dellAscolto. The title and handwritten parts of graphics are based on a mesostic by John Cage dedicated to the artist in 1990.

                                               

Pholhas

The band was created in 1969with the following formation: Helio Santisteban keyboard, Paulo Fernandes drums, Oswaldo Malagutti bass and Wagner "Bitão" Benatti guitar, with the four taking turns on vocals. They started doing covers for bands from ...

                                               

Per aspera ad astra (disambiguation)

Per aspera ad astra is a Latin phrase meaning "through hardships to the stars" and is the motto of many organizations. It may also refer to: Last chapter in the Mafia II video game "Per Aspera Ad Astra", a Die Apokalyptischen Reiter song from the ...

                                               

When You Were Mine (album)

Speaking to Songwriting Magazine in 2013, Waite said of the album: When You Were Mine was the best album I ever did. I kind of went country in an English way, but its a beautiful record." He told Classic Rock Revisited that year: When You Were Mi ...

                                               

Vincent Cross

Vincent Cross is an Irish singer/songwriter known for his Irish song poetry that draws from various traditional folk idioms and ancient myths. He was born in Ireland, raised in Australia, and is now based in New York City.

                                               

Life on the Flip Side

Life on the Flip Side is the thirtieth studio album by American singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. The album was released on May 29, 2020, by Mailboat Records.

                                               

Our Town (Marshall Crenshaw song)

"Our Town" is a 1983 song by American rock musician Marshall Crenshaw. The song was released on his 1983 album Field Day. Written as an ode to Crenshaws hometown at the time, New York City, the song features a melody inspired by Babs Coopers vers ...

                                               

About Work the Dancefloor

About Work the Dancefloor is a song by English musician Georgia. Co-written by Georgia and Mark Ralph, both of whom also produced the song alongside Sean Oakley, it was released by Domino Recording Company on 28 March 2019.

                                               

Orcas Song

Orcas Song is a 1987 picturebook written by Anne Cameron and illustrated in black and white by Nelle Olsen. Published by Harbour Publishing, the book is an adaptation of an Pacific Northwest Indigenous story. Orcas Song is a pourquoi story about ...

                                               

Ooh to Be Ah

Ooh to Be Ah is a song by English band Kajagoogoo, released in 1983 as the second single from their debut album White Feathers, and was produced by Duran keyboardist Nick Rhodes and producer Colin Thurston. It was the bands second biggest hit, pe ...

                                               

Foreground and background

Foreground and background or background and foreground may refer to: Fill flash, to correctly expose the foreground and background objects Depth of field, the distance between the nearest and farthest objects in a scene that appear acceptably sha ...

                                               

Octagonal (disambiguation)

Octagonal refers to the property of an object shaped like an octagon. Octagonal may also refer to: Octagonal tiling Truncated order-4 octagonal tiling Order-6 octagonal tiling Truncated octagonal tiling Snub octagonal tiling Octagonal horse 1992– ...

                                               

Pholiota (house)

Pholiota was built as the home of architects Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin in 1920 at 23 Glenard Drive in Eaglemont, Victoria, Australia. The house is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register. The Griffins used Knitlock constru ...

                                               

Artificial lattice

Artificial lattice is a term encompassing every atomic-scale structures designed and controlled to confine electrons onto a chosen lattice. Research has been done on multiple geometries and one of the most notable being what is called molecular g ...

                                               

Buxton Baths

The Buxton Baths using natural thermal spring water are in Buxton, Derbyshire, England. The baths date back to Roman times and were the basis for developing Buxton as a Georgian and Victorian spa town. The present buildings of the Thermal Baths a ...

                                               

Travels of Anacharsis the Younger in Greece

Travels of Anacharsis the Younger in Greece was a fictional work about the travels of the Scythian sage Anacharsis in Greece in the middle of the 4th century BCE, written by Jean-Jacques Barthelemy and published in 1788.

                                               

Robert Hopkins

Robert Hopkins may refer to: Rob Hopkins, originator of the Transition Towns movement Robert E. Hopkins 1915–2009, president of the Optical Society of America Robert H. Hopkins 1902–1968, American attorney Robert Hopkins screenwriter 1886–1966, A ...

                                               

Kurt Dietmar Richter

Richter was born on September 24, 1931 in Plzen Czechoslovakia. His father was Gymnasium professor. At the urging of his mother he attended a music school, where he was appointed assistant concertmaster at the age of twelve. After the war his fam ...

                                               

Steve Cosens

Steve Cosens is a Canadian cinematographer. He is most noted as a two-time Genie Award nominee for Best Cinematography, receiving nominations at the 27th Genie Awards in 2007 for Snow Cake and at the 30th Genie Awards in 2010 for Nurse.Fighter.Bo ...

                                               

Park Ji-hoo

Park Ji-hoo is a South Korean actress. She is best known for her leading role in the 2018 critically acclaimed film House of Hummingbird.

                                               

Sona Dhwandi Bhed Te Suchha Pahad

Two shepherds living on top of an unknown mountain go searching for an aircraft that crash landed somewhere nearby even as different teams sent by the aircrafts team get lost on the mountain.

                                               

Harvey Sabinson

Harvey Sabinson was an American theatrical press agent and the executive director of the Broadway League. Sabinson graduated from Townsend Harris High School in Queens and went on to Queens College, but entered the Army for World War II before gr ...

                                               

Jenny Slaughter

Jennifer Louise Slaughter is a British chemist and a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Manchester. Her research is based on chemistry education and academic writing, specifically on laboratory chemical education, ...

                                               

Cralorboi CIC

Maurice Tosh Gayflor, who goes by the stage name Cralorboi CIC is a Liberian HipCo and KoloPop singer, songwriter, actor and businessman. He is signed to SOG Records Empire and is known for several hit-songs including Big Papa, Jon Buttay, Hello ...

                                               

Samantha Buck and Marie Schlingmann

Samantha Buck and Marie Schlingmann are film writers and directors who have made five films together. Buck has also directed the documentary Best Kept Secret, and acted. They are best known for the 2019 film Sister Aimee.