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Jose Padilla

Jose Padilla is the name of: Jose Padilla Jr. 1911–1978, Philippine actor & boxer Jose Padilla DJ born 1955, Spanish DJ Jose Trinidad Padilla born 1957, Mexican IRP politician Jose Padilla criminal born 1970, United States citizen convicted of ai ...

                                               

Charles Ray

Charles Ray may refer to: Charles Ray admiral, United States Coast Guard admiral Charles A. Ray born 1945, U.S. diplomat and ambassador Chucky Childs Play, Charles Ray, main villain and serial killer from the Childs Play movies Charles Bennett Ra ...

                                               

Lukasz Palkowski

He initially studied at the National Film School in Lodz but dropped out. In 2007, he made his first full-length feature film entitled Rezerwat. The film tells the story of a photographer living in the Praga District of Warsaw who becomes infatua ...

                                               

Bill Johnston

Bill or Billy Johnston may refer to: Bill Johnston tennis 1894–1946, American tennis champion Bill Johnston rugby union born 1997, Irish rugby union player Billy Johnston footballer, born 1942, Irish football player and manager Billy Johnston foo ...

                                               

Pythagorean Triangles

Pythagorean Triangles is a book on right triangles, the Pythagorean theorem, and Pythagorean triples. It was originally written in the Polish language by Waclaw Sierpinski, and published in Warsaw in 1954. Indian mathematician Ambikeshwar Sharma ...

                                               

Union for Peace in the Central African Republic

Union for Peace in the Central African Republic is a rebel group in the Central African Republic which controls southern parts of the country.

                                               

CJ

China Northern Airlines IATA airline designator CJ Corporation also known as Cheil Jedang, a South Korean corporation BA CityFlyer IATA airline designator

                                               

Baca

Baca may refer to: Baca, the appellation given by Josephus for the Galilean village of Pekiin Baca County, Colorado Bakkah, also transliterated Baca, another name for Mecca, Saudi Arabia Baca, Yucatan, seat of Baca Municipality, Mexico Brighton A ...

                                               

Family Happiness (film)

The film consists of four short stories. The first short story tells about a bored mistress who falls in love with the tutor of her children. The second short story tells of a married man, frightened by stories of various mystical phenomena, who ...

                                               

Black Square (1992 film)

The film tells about operatives who, at the risk of their lives, are investigating a murder in which the highest echelons of the military leadership of Russia are involved.

                                               

The Black Veil

The film tells about a rich and charming philanthropist who was found dead in his house. The investigator finds a blue envelope and concludes that the philanthropist was killed.

                                               

Alexander Yakovlev

Alexander Yakovlev may refer to: Alexander Yakovlev fighter born 1984, Russian amateur wrestler, mixed martial artist and rapper Alexander Yevgenievich Yakovlev 1887–1938, Russian neoclassicist painter Alexander Ivanovich Yakovlev 1863–1909, Russ ...

                                               

Nothing Personal

Nothing Personal 2009 film, by Urszula Antoniak Nothing Personal 2007 film, a Russian film Nothing Personal TV series, a true-crime documentary television series hosted by Steven Schirripa "Nothing Personal" Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., a 2014 episode ...

                                               

Timothy Shea

Timothy Shea is a prosecutor who is interim United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, the countrys largest U.S. attorneys office. Previously, Shea was a senior counselor to U.S. Attorney General William Barr at the Department of Justic ...

                                               

Operation Monopoly

Operation Monopoly was a covert plan by the FBI to build a tunnel underneath the new Soviet Embassy in Washington, D.C., to gather secret intelligence. In 1977, the embassy of the Soviet Union was relocated to a new building complex. There were f ...

                                               

Escape (2005 film)

The film tells about the successful man Yevgeny Vetrov, whose wife suddenly died. All the evidence was against Vetrov. He was convicted and he decides to escape.

                                               

Order (film)

The film tells about a woman who leaves her husband, as a result of which she tries to commit suicide, but cant decide. Suddenly, several contract killings take place in front of her eyes and each time she sees the same man who is likely to commi ...

                                               

General Administration for Public Order Maintenance

The General Administration for Public Order Maintenance of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia is a structural unit of the central apparatus of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. It carries out functions for the implementation of ...

                                               

Zaza Napoli

Zaza Napoli was born on April 14, 1973 in Yarovoye, Altai Krai. In 1991, Vladim graduated from college and received a diploma as a teacher of primary school. Later he went to work at school. After working there for one year, he quit and entered t ...

                                               

Steel Butterfly (film)

Runaway street children led by Chuma rob various people in order to survive. Suddenly they were caught by the police and now Chuma is forced to become the bait for a serial killer.

                                               

Nelk

Nelk, stylized as NELK and also referred to as the NELK Boys, is a group of Canadian and American YouTubers who are known for their prank videos, vlogs, and their brand "Full Send."

                                               

Nulled

Nulled is a popular online forum board with hundreds of thousands of members, mostly used by cyber criminals to trade and purchase leaked or hacked information. The forum is popular for its data breach which helped law enforcement to obtain infor ...

                                               

Backfire

Backfire 1950 film, featuring Virginia Mayo and Gordon Macrae Backfire, a 2019 American crime drama film directed and written by Dave Patten Backfire 1926 film, part of the Ton of Fun series "Backfire" CSI: Miami, an episode of the TV show CSI:Mi ...

                                               

Dude - Water Winner

The film tells about the engineer Gorelikov, who, together with his disabled friend, opens a salon with computers for children and students. And suddenly they are attacked by a gang of racketeers.

                                               

Inspector (1996 film)

Jan Kuzelka as Stepan Ilyich Ukhovertov, the chief of police Nikita Mikhalkov as Anton Antonovich Skvoznik-Dmukhanovsky, the mayor Vladimir Ilyin Yevgeny Mironov as Khlestakov Anna Mikhalkova as Mariya Antonovna, their daughter Viktor Terelya as ...

                                               

In the Old Rhythms

The film takes place in the 30s of the 20th century in Leningrad. Nikita Fedotov could not enter the conservatory and jumped into the Neva, the policeman Koshkin was able to save him and offered to work in the criminal investigation department. N ...

                                               

Mikhail (disambiguation)

Mikhail Illarionovich Kutuzov, Russian Field Marshal Mikhail Speransky, Russian reformer Mikhail Popkov, prolific Russian serial killer and rapist Mikhail Gorbachev, Russian politician Mikhail Tukhachevsky,Russian military commander Mikhail Naimy ...

                                               

Roy Rhodes

Roy Adair Rhodes was a Master Sergeant in the United States Army Signal Corps and was infamous for being blackmailed by the KGB into supplying the Russians information.

                                               

Petrovka, 38

The film tells about the employees of the Moscow Criminal Investigation who are investigating the robberies committed by a group of criminals with dark glasses.

                                               

Operation Desert

Operation Desert may refer to: Military operations Operation Desert Thunder, a response to threats by Saddam Hussein to violate the no-fly zone Operation Desert Shield, a defensive mission to prevent Iraq from invading Saudi Arabia Operation Dese ...

                                               

Haditha (disambiguation)

Al-Haditha, Saudi Arabia, a village in Saudi Arabia

                                               

List of Money Heist cast members

Antonio Romero as Benito Antoñanzas part 3–4: an assistant to Colonel Luis Tamayo, who is persuaded by the Professor to do tasks for him. Fernando Soto as Angel Rubio part 1–2; featured part 3–4: a deputy inspector and Raquels second-in-command. ...

                                               

CAH

CAH can stand for: Chlorinated Aromatic Hydrocarbon Capital Airport Holding, airport holdings company in the Peoples Republic of China Congenital adrenal hyperplasia Community of All Hallows, an Anglican religious community for women Charlan Air ...

                                               

Gomora (TV series)

Gomora is a South African television drama series produced by Seriti Films. It is an M-Net original production commisioned for M-Nets local interest channel Mzansi Magic. The drama series replaces Isthembiso, which hasnt been renewed for a fourth ...

                                               

Myth of meritocracy

Myth of meritocracy is a phrase arguing that meritocracy, or achieving upward social mobility through ones own merits regardless of ones social position, is not widely attainable in capitalist societies because of inherent contradictions. Meritoc ...

                                               

Henry Hart (Kid Danger)

Henry Prudence Hart, also known as the superhero sidekick Kid Danger, is the protagonist of Henry Danger. He is an average teen, who lives with his family, hangs with his two best friends, and has a secret after school job. He is portrayed by Jac ...

                                               

Kaapse Rebelle

Kaapse Rebelle were male British nationals living in the Cape Colony, who joined the forces of the Transvaal and the Orange Free State during the Second War of Independence from 1899 to 1902 and took up arms against Great Britain. The Cape Rebels ...

                                               

CTI

Colorado Taekwondo Institute, Educational Martial Arts School for all ages CTI Records, a jazz record label City Telecom Hong Kong, telecommunications provider CTI Consultants, engineering consulting firm in Richmond, Virginia Garda Counter-Terro ...

                                               

Black Mamba (disambiguation)

Beatrix Kiddo or Black Mamba, a character in Kill Bill Black Mamba comics, a fictional supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe Black Mamba film, a 1974 horror film Black Mamba, a 2008 album by Mani Spinx "Black Mamba", a song from Almost Here

                                               

Transgression

Transgression may be: A legal transgression, a crime usually created by a social or economic boundary A Biblical transgression is a violation of Gods Ten Commandments or other element of Gods moral law; sin 1 John 3:4 In civil law jurisdictions, ...

                                               

Intent (disambiguation)

"Intention" song, a 2008 song by Kenichi Suzumura Intention film, a South Korean documentary film about the sinking of the MV Sewol Intention book, a 1957 book by the philosopher G. E. M. Anscombe

                                               

Lady (disambiguation)

First Lady, wife of a head of state Robert Seldon Lady born 1954, CIA agent, involved in Abu Omar rendition/kidnaping Lady American rapper Shameka Shanta Brown; born 1989

                                               

Square One

Square One Television, a childrens television series about math Square One game show, a British game show Square One film, a 1997 Australian film Square One: Michael Jackson, a 2019 investigative documentary about the first allegations of child s ...

                                               

Alarcos enekes

Alarcos enekes is a Hungarian reality singing competition television series based on the Masked Singer franchise that originated from the South Korean version of the show King of Mask Singer. It premiered on RTL Klub on 9 February 2020.

                                               

Penn Valley Redevelopment Project

The Penn Valley Redevelopment Project was a 1971 plan to demolish homes in Kansas City’s Valentine Neighborhood and to replace them with a multimillion-dollar office and residential complex.

                                               

Judas kiss

Judas Kiss 2011 film, a 2011 American fiction drama film The Judas Kiss play, a 1998 play by David Hare about Oscar Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas Judas Kiss 1954 film, a Spanish religious drama film Judas Kiss 1998 film, a 1998 American crime thr ...

                                               

The Shadow (performance art)

The Shadow is a conceptual and performative work of critical, social and political content by artist Abel Azcona. In The Shadow, Azcona denounced cases of child abuse in a piece in which the survivors are the protagonists. In the work, Azcona pre ...

                                               

List of awards and nominations received by Money Heist

Money Heist is a Spanish heist crime drama television series created by Alex Pina. Netflix acquired global streaming rights in late 2017. In the first four programming seasons, the Spanish TV series garnered a total of 30 nominations by winning 2 ...

                                               

Toy Boy (TV series)

Toy Boy is a Spanish drama produced by Atresmedia and Plano a Plano. The show stars Jesus Mosquera, Cristina Castaño, and Maria Pedraza. It premiered first on FesTVal and Atresplayer Premium in September 2019 before its premiere on Antena 3 on 25 ...

                                               

Chicora (disambiguation)

Chicora was a legendary Native American kingdom or tribe said to exist in present-day South Carolina. Chicora may also refer to: CSS Chicora, a Confederate naval vessel that fought in the American Civil War Chicora, Pennsylvania, a borough in But ...