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John Chamberlain

John Chamberlain died 1617, MP for Clitheroe UK Parliament constituency John Curtis Chamberlain 1772–1834, US politician John Chamberlain 14th-century MP for Arundel UK Parliament constituency

                                               

Cemetery Gates (film)

Cemetery Gates is a 2006 American horror film directed by Roy Knyrim and starring Reggie Bannister, Peter Stickles, and Aime Wolf. The films plot concerns a genetically mutated Tasmanian devil that stalks a cemetery.

                                               

Sarjano Khalid

Khalids first fim was Nonsense. He joined the sets to learn about the aspects of film making and only appears in a couple of scenes. His next film was Adhyarathri playing opposite Anaswara Rajan. Khalids first lead role was in the film June with ...

                                               

Red and black

Red & Black Washington & Jefferson College, the student newspaper at Washington & Jefferson College The Red & Black University of Georgia, the student newspaper at the University of Georgia

                                               

John Cutler

John Christopher Cutler 1846–1928, second governor of the U.S. state of Utah John Cutler alias Carwithan d.?1467, MP John Cutler MP for Huntingdon for Huntingdon UK Parliament constituency

                                               

Cutler Bay Senior High School

In the 2010s the Cutler Bay town council expressed a desire for a high school. Initially it considered a charter school, but instead decided to persuade the Miami-Dade County School District to establish a district comprehensive high school. At t ...

                                               

Askin–Cutler ministry

Askin–Cutler ministry may refer to several periods of New South Wales government: Askin–Cutler ministry 1965–1968 Askin–Cutler ministry 1971–1973 Askin–Cutler ministry 1968–1969 Askin–Cutler ministry 1969–1971 Askin–Cutler ministry 1973–1975 Aski ...

                                               

Winter v Cutler

Scarle v Scarle, also known as Re Scarle, is an English case on the rules of intestacy and simultaneous death. Decided by the England & Wales High Court, the case built on previously unclear areas surrounding Section 184 of the Law of Property Ac ...

                                               

The Marseille Caper

Set in Marseille, and part of the Sam Levitt Capers series, The Marseille Caper follows Sam Lewitt a corporate lawyer turned "fixer" and his interactions with locals amidst a mysterious property deal.

                                               

The Brickyard

The Brickyard may refer to: Brickyard East Chicago, a former neighborhood in East Chicago, Indiana A high class golf club in Macon, Georgia A music venue in Carlisle BRICKYARD is the callsign of Republic Airways. A brickyard, a place where bricks ...

                                               

Giraffe (disambiguation)

The giraffe is a long-necked ruminant of the African savannah, the tallest living land animal. Giraffe may also refer to: Giraffe chess, a fairy chess piece Giraffe Restaurants, a United Kingdom restaurant and cafe chain USS Giraffe IX-118 Meschu ...

                                               

Gourmet Grubb

Gourmet Grubb is a Cape Town, South Africa based insect food start-up that produces ice cream created with an insect-based milk alternative. EntoMilk is created by blending the larvae of the black soldier fly and Gourmet Grubb has a number of ice ...

                                               

Curry House

A Curry house may refer to a restaurant serving Indian cuisine, particularly in the UK, Australia, and Europe. Curry House may also refer to: In the United States by state then city Stockton-Curry House, Quincy, Florida, NRHP-listed, in Gadsden C ...

                                               

Upper crust

Upper crust most commonly refers to: The upper class in modern societies; the social class composed of the wealthiest members of society, who also wield the greatest political power. Upper crust may also refer to:

                                               

United States restaurant industry

The US restaurant industry was projected at 9 billion in sales for 2020 by the National Restaurant Association, the main trade association for the industry in the United States. An estimated 99% of companies in the industry are family-owned small ...

                                               

Cork Factory Hotel

The Cork Factory Hotel, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is a hotel that opened in 2010 in a redeveloped cork factory dating to 1865. The plant was variously known as the Lancaster Cork Works and the Lancaster Closure Plant.

                                               

Across America

Across America album, a 1997 live album by American singer Art Garfunkel Waltz Across America, a 2000 album by Cowboy Junkies Live Across America, a 2002 album by The Rippingtons

                                               

Oscar N. Harris Student Union

The Oscar N. Harris Student Union is a 110.000 square feet student union that is located on the campus of Campbell University, which is located in Buies Creek, North Carolina, near Lillington, North Carolina, the county seat of Harnett County, No ...

                                               

Munchkin (disambiguation)

Munchkins are characters in the book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Munchkins may also refer to: Munchkin cat, a breed of cat characterized by its unusually short legs Munchkin company, a company making baby and toddler products Munchkins, a brand o ...

                                               

Carol Lake

Carol Lake is the pen-name of Sylvia Riley, an English author. She was the winner of the Guardian Fiction Prize in 1989 with Rosehill: Portrait from a Midlands City. She also wrote Switchboard Operators, upon which the BBC drama series The Hello ...

                                               

Mothers Instinct

Mothers Instinct is a 2018 Belgian-French psychological thriller film directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse. The story is loosely based on the 2012 novel Behind the Hatred by Barbara Abel. The film was screened as a special presentation at the 2018 ...

                                               

Seadog

Seadog or sea dog may refer to: a member of the Portland Sea Dogs baseball team a slang term for a sailor a slang term for pinnipeds seals, as in a slang term for a dog at sea a member of the Saint John Sea Dogs hockey team the mascot for the Tam ...

                                               

M. flavescens

M. flavescens may refer to: Mesoprion flavescens, a subtropical fish Monema flavescens, an Asian moth Macrothemis flavescens, a carnivorous insect Monocerotesa flavescens, a geometer moth Metareva flavescens, an Argentinian moth Magellania flaves ...

                                               

Overgrowth

Hyperplasia Inflammatory papillary hyperplasia, overgrowth of soft tissue, usually beneath a denture Congenital hypertrophy of the lateral fold of the hallux condition involves "an overgrowth of the soft tissue" that can partially cover the nail ...

                                               

Ivory Hunters

Ivory Hunters is a 1990 television film directed by Joseph Sargent and starring John Lithgow, Isabella Rossellini and James Earl Jones.

                                               

Red tail

The term red tail may refer to the following animals: Red-tailed sportive lemur Lepilemur ruficaudatus, a primate native to Madagascar Red-tailed black shark or Red-tailed shark Epalzeorhynchos bicolor, a common aquarium freshwater fish native to ...

                                               

Lucius (disambiguation)

Lucius is a given name and a surname in various languages. Lucius may refer to: Lucius praenomen, a Latin praenomen in ancient Rome Lucius band Lucius, a performer in the English hip pop quintet KING

                                               

Treasure Hunters

Treasure hunters are people who search for treasure. Treasure hunters or Treasure Hunters may also refer to: Treasure Hunters comic, a graphic novel Treasure Hunters novel, a childrens adventure novel by James Patterson with Chris Grabenstein and ...

                                               

Ian Hunter

Ian Hunter may refer to: Ian Hunter footballer born 1961, Australian footballer Ian Hunter singer born 1939, English singer-songwriter, former frontman of Mott the Hoople Ian Hunter cricketer born 1979, British cricketer Ian Hunter artist 1939–20 ...

                                               

Adam Hunter

Adam Hunter may refer to: Adam Hunter, fictional character in the Streets of Rage video game series Adam Hunter footballer born 1981, Australian Football League player for the West Coast Eagles Adam Hunter golfer 1963–2011, Scottish golfer Adam M ...

                                               

Michael Hunter

Michael or Mike Hunter may refer to: Mike Hunter footballer born 1948, English football forward with Darlington and in Ireland with Sligo Rovers Michael Hunter composer, Scottish composer of sounds for Grand Theft Auto Michael Hunter historian bo ...

                                               

Paul Hunter (disambiguation)

Paul Hunter was an English snooker player. Paul Hunter may also refer to: Paul Hunter microbiologist fl. 1980s–2020s, professor of medicine at the University of East Anglia Paul M. Hunter, co-founder of Hunter Industries Paul Hunter Scottish foot ...

                                               

Hunter House

Hunter House may refer to: in Canada Hunter House, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada in the United Kingdom Hunter House initially St Brycedale, Kirkcaldy, Scotland Hunterhouse College, Finaghy, Belfast, Northern Ireland Hunter House Museum, East Kilbr ...

                                               

Hunters Moon

The Hunters Moon novel, a 1993 novel by O.R. Melling Hunters Moon, a 1999 novel, the ninth in the Kate Shugak series Hunters Moon novel, a 1989 novel by English fantasy author Garry Kilworth

                                               

Edward Hunter

Edward Hunter may refer to: Edward Hunter Mormon 1793–1883, third Presiding Bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Edward Hunter journalist 1902–1978, American journalist and intelligence agent Edward Hunter United States Army ...

                                               

Underground Astronauts

The Underground Astronauts is the name given to a group of six scientists who excavated the bones of Homo naledi from the Dinaledi Chamber in South Africa. Hannah Morris, Marina Elliott, Becca Peixotto, Alia Gurtov, K. Lindsay Hunter, and Elen Fe ...

                                               

HHHS

HHHS may refer to: Lebanon Houssam Hariri High School, in Sharhabil, Saida Australia Hunters Hill High School, in Sydney, New South Wales South Africa Hottentots Holland High School, in Western Cape United States Haddon Heights High School, in Ne ...

                                               

McArthur Lake

Lake McArthur British Columbia, a lake in Yoho National Park Lac McArthur Val-des-Monts, a lake in Quebec McArthur Lake Saskatchewan, a lake east of Pelican Narrows, Saskatchewan McArthur Lake Ontario, a lake south of the city of Timmins McArthur ...

                                               

Portneuf

Portneuf may refer to: Canada Portneuf - Jacques-Cartier, a federal electoral district in Quebec, formerly known as Portneuf Portneuf provincial electoral district, in Quebec Portneuf-sur-Mer, Quebec, a town in the La Haute-Cote-Nord RCM, Quebec ...

                                               

Throwback

Throwback R&B, a radio format Throwbacks The Naked Brothers Band album, a soundtrack album for The Naked Brothers Band Throwback, Vol. 1, a 2004 album by Boyz II Men "Throw Back", a song by Royce da 59" featuring Ingrid Smalls from Death Is C ...

                                               

MFV Elinor Viking

MFV Elinor Viking was an Aberdeen trawler that operated between 1974 and 9 December 1977 when it wrecked on the Ve Skerries, Shetland. The eight crewmembers were rescued by a volunteer helicopter crew from Sumburgh Airport.

                                               

Feathering (disambiguation)

Feathering may refer to: Feathering reentry also feathered reentry, or shuttlecock reentry, an atmospheric reentry technique for spacecraft Feathering propeller, changing an aircraft or wind turbine propeller blade by angling the blades parallel ...

                                               

Asian Americans in Popular Entertainment

Asian Americans today are becoming increasingly mainstream. Through different means, such as films, television, music, or the Internet, Asian American representation continues. Notable actors of Asian American representation include George Takei, ...

                                               

Chuuk

Chuuk or Truk may refer to: Chuukese people, an ethnic group in Oceania Chukchi language or Chuuk language, a language of the Chukotko-Kamchatkan language family Chuuk International Airport, an airport located on Weno, in Chuuk State, Micronesia ...

                                               

Paleo-European

Paleo-European may refer to: the proposed Old European culture Paleolithic Europe in archaeology, the deep Prehistory of Europe Neolithic Europe in geology, the remote geological history of Europe Mesolithic Europe the suggested Macro-Caucasian l ...

                                               

Washington International Horse Show

The Washington International Horse Show is one of Americas most elite horse shows, founded in 1958. The takes place every October in the Capital One Arena in downtown Washington, D.C. The event is highlighted by international level show jumping, ...

                                               

Kontiki (disambiguation)

Kontiki or Kon-Tiki may refer to: Kon-Tiki Museum, a Norwegian museum devoted to the expedition Kon-Tiki 1950 film, the 1950 documentary of his voyage The raft used by Thor Heyerdahl in his 1947 Kon-Tiki expedition. The Kon-Tiki Expedition: By Ra ...

                                               

Howard (disambiguation)

Howard Township, Ontario, Canada Howard, Queensland, Australia

                                               

Ashford

Ashford, Washington Ashford Mill, California Ashford community, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community Ashford, Wisconsin, a town Ashford, Connecticut Ashford, Alabama Ashford Junction, California Ashford, Texas also known as Satsuma Ashford, New ...

                                               

Coldharbour

Coldharbour, a plane of Oblivion realm of Molag Bal in The Elder Scrolls video game series Coldharbour, the town in The Silver Sequence young adult fantasy novels