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Ayakashi

Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales, a horror anime series aired in January 2006 Ayakashi visual novel, a 2005 horror visual novel with a 2008 anime adaptation Ghost Slayers Ayashi Tenpō Ibun Ayakashi Ayashi, an action anime series aired in October 2006

                                               

Mr. Black

Mr. Black and Mr. White, characters from the animated television series of 2005, Johnny Test. Mr. Black, an evil one time character from the episode of The Simpsons, "Kamp Krusty". Mr. Black, an Australian television comedy series Mr Black, a cha ...

                                               

Facade (disambiguation)

Facade is the exterior of a building. Facade or the French word façade may also refer to: Facades, a composition by Philip Glass Facade constitutions Façade entertainment, poems by Edith Sitwell set to music by William Walton Façade ballet, a bal ...

                                               

Based on a True Story

Based on a True Story., a 2013 album by Blake Shelton Based on a True Story Paddy Milner album 2007 Based on a True Story, a 2007 album by Oystein Sevåg Based on a T.R.U. Story, a 2012 album by 2 Chainz Based on a True Story Lil Mo album 2001 Bas ...

                                               

Pathology (disambiguation)

Pathology is a medical field specializing in the categorization of diseases. Pathological is the adjective form of the term. Pathology may also refer to:

                                               

Little Death (disambiguation)

La petite mort is a metaphor for a sexual orgasm. Little Death may also refer to: Little Deaths anthology, an anthology book edited by Ellen Datlow Little Death album, 2008, by Pete & The Pirates The Little Death 2014 film, an Australian comedy f ...

                                               

Kristal Brent Zook

Kristal Brent Zook is an American journalist who focuses on race and gender. She is also a professor of journalism, media studies, and public relations at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication at Hofstra University.

                                               

Yarlung Tsangpo arid steppe

The Yarlung Zambo arid steppe ecoregion covers the river valley of the Yarlung Tsangpo River on the southern edge of Tibet. The river runs parallel to the northern borders of Nepal, Bhutan and India, between the Himalayas to the south and the Tib ...

                                               

Usborne

Usborne may refer to: Cecil Vivian Usborne, a high-ranking officer in the British Royal Navy Usborne Publishing, a childrens books publisher based in the UK Mount Usborne, a mountain on East Falkland Island Jonty Usborne born 1990, a British radi ...

                                               

List of Corps of the Imperial German Army

The basic organizational formation was the army corps Armeekorps. The corps consisted of two or more divisions and various support troops, covering a geographical area. The corps was also responsible for maintaining the reserves and Landwehr in t ...

                                               

Show Me Your Love

Show Me Your Love may refer to: Show Me Your Love, a 2006 album by Tina Karol "Show Me Your Love" Tina Karol song, 2006 "Show Me Your Love", a song by Immature from the film soundtrack album Kazaam "Show Me Your Love", a song by The Chevelles "Sh ...

                                               

Kairak falls

Kairak Falls is a waterfall on the Kairak River in the Enbekshikazakh District in the south of Almaty Region of Kazakhstan on the right tributary of the Turgen River. The source of the river is located in the glaciers of the central part of the Z ...

                                               

Tian Shan foothill arid steppe

The Tian Shan foothill arid steppe ecoregion covers the northern and western approaches to the Tian Shan mountains, centered on Lake Issyk-Kul in Kyrgyzstan. This region receives more moisture from Central Asia, thereby supporting more vegetation ...

                                               

Bacchus, Venus and Cupid

Bacchus, Venus and Cupid is a 1531-1532 oil on canvas painting attributed to Rosso Fiorentino, now in the National Museum of History and Art in Luxembourg. In two editions of Lives of the Artists, Vasari described Cupid and Psyche and Bacchus and ...

                                               

Eight Mountains of Kowloon

The Eight Mountains of Kowloon are eight prominent mountains in Hong Kong that serve as a natural border between the Kowloon area and the New Territories. The eight mountains are: Kowloon Peak, Tung Shan, Tates Cairn, Temple Hill, Unicorn Ridge, ...

                                               

Onon-Balj National Park

Onon-Balj National Park covers two sectors of the Onon River valley as it flows north from Mongolia into Russia. The region is in the transition zone between the Siberian conifer forests of the north and the Daurian steppe and forest steppe of Mo ...

                                               

MEND

Mend or MEND may refer to: Middle East Nonviolence and Democracy, a Palestinensian NGO The Mend film, a 2014 American film Muslim Engagement and Development, a UK Muslim community funded NGO dedicated to tackling Islamophobia Mend album, of 2006 ...

                                               

Philippine Sea (disambiguation)

Philippine Sea may have the following meanings: Philippine Sea, part of the western Pacific Ocean bordered by the Philippines, Taiwan, Japan, the Marianas, and Palau Battle of the Philippine Sea, a World War II naval battle between Japan and the ...

                                               

Dendroconche annabellae

Dendroconche annabellae has a partially epiphytic habit. It grows from long, creeping rhizomes, that are flattened from top to bottom and have occasional cavities. The rhizomes have dark brown scales, 4–7 mm long and 1.5–2.5 mm wide. Two kinds of ...

                                               

Marius Danila

Before joining Știința Baia Mare in 2006, Danila played as a youth for a local Romanian club based in Gura Humorului, namely CSȘ Gura Humorului. On 29 July 2006 he started his professional journey joining SuperLiga side, CSM Știința Baia Mare fol ...

                                               

SFH

SFH - SASTRA FOTOHUB SFH may refer to: Smoke Free Home, when used in ads Star Fucking Hipsters, an American punk rock band Symphisis-Fundal Height, a measure used to assess fetal growth during pregnancy San Felipe International Airport, Mexico IA ...

                                               

Marymount Single Member Constituency

Marymount Single Member Constituency is a Single Member Constituency located in the central area of Singapore formed in 2020. The constituency is carved out from Bishan–Toa Payoh GRC.

                                               

Municipality of Ribnica na Pohorju

The Municipality of Ribnica na Pohorju is a municipality in the traditional region of Styria in northeastern Slovenia. It is also part of the larger Carinthia Statistical Region. The seat of the municipality is the town of Ribnica na Pohorju. Rib ...

                                               

Tzu-Han Ting

Tzu-Han Ting is a Taiwanese figure skater. She is a two-time Taiwanese junior national champion. She finished 17th at the 2020 World Junior Championships.

                                               

Tibetan Plateau alpine shrublands and meadows

The Tibetan Plateau alpine shrublands and meadows ecoregion covers the middle transition zone between the northern and southern regions of the Tibet Plateau. The region supports both cold alpine steppe and meadows across a broad expanse of the pl ...

                                               

Central Tibetan Plateau alpine steppe

The Central Tibetan Plateau alpine steppe ecoregion covers the high alpine plateau that stretches over 1.600 kilometres across the Tibetan Plateau to Qinghai Lake in China. Because of the high altitude - much it over 5.000 metres - the region is ...

                                               

D80

D80 may refer to: Grunfeld Defence, Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings code Nikon D80, a 2006 digital single-lens reflex camera model HMS Barfleur D80, a 1943 British Royal Navy Battle-class destroyer HMS Hunter D80, a 1942 British Royal Navy Bogue- ...

                                               

Whitesand

Whitesand River Hewitson River, Ontario North Whitesand Lake, in Thunder Bay District, Ontario Whitesand River Lake Nipigon, Ontario Whitesand, Ontario, First Nations reserve in Thunder Bay District, Ontario Whitesand Lake Hewitson River, in Thun ...

                                               

Screening (2006 film)

Screening is a Canadian short drama film, directed by Anthony Green and released in 2006. The film stars Martha Burns as Helen Thompson, a woman coping with her grief and psychological trauma following the 2005 London bombings as she arrives at t ...

                                               

Commissions for Protection of Child Rights Act, 2005

The Commissions for Protection of Child Rights Act, 2005 is a law enacted by the Parliament of India, which provides for constitution of National commission and state commissions for the rehabilitation, prosperity and wellness of children. The ac ...

                                               

(481394) 2006 SF6

2006 SF 6 is a sub-kilometer near-Earth object and potentially hazardous asteroid of the Aten group, approximately 300 meters in diameter. It was discovered on 17 September 2006, by the Catalina Sky Survey at Catalina Station in Arizona. On 21 No ...

                                               

Tremont (microarchitecture)

Tremont is a microarchitecture for low-power Atom, Celeron and Pentium Silver branded processors used in systems on a chip made by Intel, it is the successor to Goldmont Plus.

                                               

Citation (disambiguation)

Citation police, a type of summons compelling the appearance of a defendant before the local magistrate Legal citation, the style of crediting and referencing other documents or sources of authority in legal writing Unit citation, a formal, honor ...

                                               

Songbook (disambiguation)

Songbook The Nudie Suits album, 2003 Songbook Robbie Williams album, 2009 Songbook Angela Aki album, 2012 Song Book, an album by Burl Ives Songbook #1, an album by The Vicar Songbook Chris Cornell album, 2011 Songbook Family of the Year album, 20 ...

                                               

Magazine Be × Boy

Magazine Be × Boy is a monthly Japanese yaoi manga magazine published by Libre. The magazine was originally launched by Biblos under the publisher Hekitensha in March 1993 until Biblos bankruptcy in 2006.

                                               

Yangzhou opera

Yangzhou opera is a form of Chinese opera from Yangzhou in Jiangsu province. Its popularity has spread to Zhenjiang and Nanjing in Jiangsu, as well as Shanghai and parts of Anhui province. It made the first national intangible cultural heritage l ...

                                               

List of premiers of Queensland by age

This is a list of Premiers of Queensland by age, including when they were born, what age they were when they were appointed premier, what age were they when they left the office and the age at which they died, or their current age as of 5 May 202 ...

                                               

Barbara Roden

Barbara Roden was born in 1963 in Vancouver, British Columbia. She studied journalism. With her husband Christopher Roden, she founded Ash-Tree Press in 1994. She is editor of All Hallows from the Ghost Story Society. She is a longstanding Sherlo ...

                                               

Big Brother 2007

Big Brother 2007 may refer to: Big Brother 2007 Finland Celebrity Big Brother 5 UK Pinoy Big Brother: Celebrity Edition 2 Big Brother Australia 2007 VIP Brother 2 Bulgaria Big Brother Slovenia Grande Fratello 7, the seventh season of Grande Frate ...

                                               

Temperate South America

Temperate South America is a biogeographic region of the Earths seas, comprising the temperate and subtropical waters of South America, including both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts of the continent and adjacent islands. It also includes the rem ...

                                               

List of ecoregions in France

Marine ecoregions of France are listed by marine province. All of them are in the Temperate Northern Atlantic realm.

                                               

B13

B13 may refer to: Boston Thirteens, a Rugby League club competing in the USARL Queensland B13 class locomotive B13 New York City bus serving Brooklyn HLA-B13, an HLA-B serotype Orotic acid, formerly known as Vitamin B 13 Martin XB-13, a version o ...

                                               

GGP

GGP may refer to: Guernsey pound, the currency of Guernsey Gondwana Ganatantra Party, an Indian political party nProtect GameGuard Personal 2007, security software Gan–Gross–Prasad conjecture, a conjecture in number theory General Growth Properti ...

                                               

Babetida Sadjo

Babetida grew up in Guinea-Bissau until she was 12 years old, before moving to Hanoi in Vietnam where she attended the Lycee français Alexandre Yersin for 4 years. It was there that she learned French and discovered theater. Her family moved to H ...

                                               

Temperate Northern Atlantic

The Temperate Northern Atlantic is a biogeographic region of the Earths seas, comprising the temperate and subtropical waters of the North Atlantic Ocean and connecting seas, including the Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and northern Gulf of Mexico ...

                                               

Eastern Indo-Pacific

The Eastern Indo-Pacific is a biogeographic region of the Earths seas, comprising the tropical waters around island groups in the central Pacific Ocean. It includes most of Polynesia, except for New Zealand and the Kermadec Islands. It also inclu ...

                                               

Fabio Ponzio

Ponzio was born in Milan in 1959. His interest in photography began in 1976, during a trip to the Balkans. He worked for the Italian and international press from 1980 to 1987. In December 1987, Ponzio "embarked on a photographic odyssey across ce ...

                                               

Lithuania in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011

Lithuanian broadcaster LRT announced their participation for Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in September 2011. The National Final, "Vaiku Eurovizija" chose Paulina Skrabyte to represent Lithuania in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2011.

                                               

Peace Bridge (disambiguation)

Peace Bridge may refer to: Bridges: The Bridge of Peace Georgia, a pedestrian bridge in Tbilisi, Georgia Peace Bridge Mongolia, a bridge in the center of the city of Ulan Bator, Mongolia Senator George Mitchell Peace Bridge, informally called the ...

                                               

Morocco Tennis Tour

Morocco Tennis Tour may refer to one of six Moroccan professional tennis tournaments, all part of the ATP Challenger Tour: Morocco Tennis Tour – Rabat, played on outdoor red clay courts. It is held annually in Rabat, Morocco, since 2007 Morocco T ...