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You Dont Love Me (Sickotoy song)

You Dont Love Me is a song by Romanian producer Sickotoy, featuring the vocals of Romanian singer Roxen. Written by Minelli and composed by Sebastian Barac, Marcel Botezan and Sickotoy, it was digitally released by Global Records on 12 August 201 ...

                                               

Pametnik

Pametnik is memorial ossuary and monument to Serbian and Bulgarian soldiers who fought in Battle of Caribrod during Serbo-Bulgarian War. The monument is located on Neskovo brdo in Dimitrovgrad, Serbia. It is considered as anti-war symbol of the w ...

                                               

Photopea

Photopea is a web-based raster and vector graphics editor used for image editing, making illustrations, web design or converting between different image formats. Photopea is advertising-supported software. It is compatible with multiple web brows ...

                                               

My Name is Han

My Name is Han is a 1948 black-and-white short docudrama produced by the International Film Foundation for the Protestant Film Commission. Shot on location in China and using only native Chinese non-professional actors, the film focuses on the wo ...

                                               

DOP

Dilution of precision GPS, a term used in geomatics engineering to describe the geometric strength of satellite configuration Data-oriented parsing Dioctyl phthalate, alternate name of Bis2-ethylhexyl phthalate, a PVC plasticizer Degree of parall ...

                                               

DOF

Depth of focus, in lens optics describes the tolerance of placement of the image plane to the lens Distance-of-Flight, a mass spectrometry technology. 2.5-Dimethoxy-4-fluoroamphetamine DOF, a psychedelic drug. Degrees of freedom, used in mechanic ...

                                               

Winter Song (Chris Rea song)

Winter Song is a song by British singer-songwriter Chris Rea, released in 1991 as an extended play and as a track on the European edition of his eleventh studio album Auberge. "Winter Song" was written by Rea and produced by Jon Kelly. The EP, wh ...

                                               

Nikos Pantazopoulos

Nikos Pantazopoulos earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography at the Victorian College of the Arts in 1998. He earned a Master of Fine Arts at Goldsmiths, University of London, and a PhD at Monash University in 2013.

                                               

Magic Hour

The Magic Hour Steve Allee album, 1995 Steve Allee album Magic Hour Cast album, 1999 Cast album Magic Hour band, psychedelic rock band from greater Boston, Massachusetts, USA The Magic Hour album, 2004 Wynton Marsalis album Magic Hour Scissor Sis ...

                                               

Andy Lin

Nicknamed" The Big Buck Ninja,” Andy Lin is a veteran player of the competitive arcade game Big Buck Hunter. His nickname derives from his calm game-play and longevity in the sport. Lin is the only player to have competed at every World Champions ...

                                               

Foam (disambiguation)

USS Foam, a United States Navy trawler and minesweeper in commission from 1918 to 1919 Flag officer#United Kingdom Attached Middle East, a former major command of the Royal Navy

                                               

Kris Graves

Kris Graves is an American photographer who primarily works in portraiture and landscape photography. He is based in New York and London, and his work has been published and exhibited internationally. Gravess photographs evoke the sense of time, ...

                                               

Juliana Wang

Juliana Wang was an American cinematographer. She was one of the first members of the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Television in New York and was one of the first female directors of photography in the IA Local 644 union. In 19 ...

                                               

Long distance observations

Long-distance observations are specific types of landscape photography covering the earths surface objects as well as man-made objects firmly linked to the earths surface. The longest line of sight in the British Isles is from Snowdon to Merrick ...

                                               

Shlomo Narinsky

Shlomo Narinsky was an Israeli photographer who was born in the village of Abyan, at the time part of the Russian Empire. He studied painting in Moscow as a child, and studied photography in Berlin and Paris in 1904–1905. He briefly returned to R ...

                                               

Fear of Rain

Fear of Rain is an upcoming American psychological thriller film written and directed by Castille Landon and starring Madison Iseman, Katherine Heigl, Israel Broussard and Harry Connick Jr.

                                               

Camera (disambiguation)

Camera magazine, a magazine published in Switzerland and elsewhere The Camera American magazine Camera newspaper, a newspaper published in the U.S. city of Boulder, Colorado The Camera Irish magazine Camera Japanese magazine, a former magazine

                                               

FIP

Federal Identity Program, of the government of Canada Forestry Incentive Program, of the United States Department of Agriculture FTC Fair Information Practice, guidelines promulgated by the United States Federal Trade Commission

                                               

Rachel Claudio

Rachel Claudio is a singer/songwriter, DJ, and live performing musical artist from Perth, Australia. Claudio was born and raised in Perth with an Italian heritage. After establishing herself as a DJ in Perth she moved to Paris, aged around 23. Sh ...

                                               

One Breath (2020 film)

One Breath is a 2020 Russian sports drama film directed by Elena Hazanova about the unhappy heroine, whose new hobby, full of adrenaline and dangers, helps her to take a fresh look at life and find herself in this world, the film stars Viktoriya ...

                                               

Hugo Brehme

Hugo Brehme, was a German-born photographer of Mexico. Working almost exclusively in black and white, he established a photographic studio in Mexico City" Fotografia Artistica Hugo Brehme" as early as 1912. It was a successful business for forty ...

                                               

Wendi Schneider

Wendi Schneider is an American artist and photographer based in Denver, Colorado, known for her photographs of nature and wildlife that are often printed on paper vellum with hand-applied layers of gold leaf on verso. Gilded vellum photographs fr ...

                                               

Ingeborg Kahlenberg

Ingeborg Luise Wallheimer Kahlenberg was a German-born photographer and member of the Dutch resistance during the Second World War. She was awarded the Resistance Memorial Cross, by Royal Dutch decree. Ingeborg Wallheimer was born in Bremen in 19 ...

                                               

Vivo

Vivo Ricardo Arjona album, 1999 Vivo Vico C album, 2018 Vivo Luis Miguel album, 2000 VIVO Tanghetto album Vivo Coda album, a 2006 album by Mexican band Coda

                                               

Napp

NAPP or Napp can refer to: Napp Pharmaceuticals, a British pharmaceutical manufacturer of analgesic, oncology and respiratory products The North Atlantic Population Project North American Paper Products, a Canadian producer of paper products Napp ...

                                               

Channi Anand

Channi Anand is an Indian photographer and journalist. He was one of three photojournalists from Associated Press to win the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography in 2020 for his pictures of Indias crackdown on Kashmir.

                                               

Liberating a Continent: John Paul II and the Fall of Communism

Liberating a Continent: John Paul II and the Fall of Communism is a David Naglieri documentary about the role St. John Paul II played in the demise of the U.S.S.R., freeing Poland from the grips of the Communism and lifted the iron curtain. It is ...

                                               

Burhan Ozbilici

Burhan Ozbilici is a Turkish photojournalist. In 2017 he won World Press Photo of the Year for his image of the assassination of Andrei Karlov, the Russian Ambassador to Turkey.

                                               

An Evening with Herb Geller & The Roberto Magris Trio – Live in Europe 2009

An Evening With Herb Geller & The Roberto Magris Trio – Live In Europe 2009 is an album by jazz saxophonist Herb Geller and pianist Roberto Magris recorded live in 2009 at the Jazz Festival in Novi Sad, Serbia, and at the Porgy & Bess jazz club i ...

                                               

The Peaks of Zelengora

Rastislav Jovic as Hans Branko Duric as Rajko Durovic Bozidar Pavicevic Longa as Hauptsturmfuhrer Peter Carsten as Oberst Alain Noury as Milan Voja Miric as Sturmbannfuhrer Sergei Bondarchuk as Profesor Bata Zivojinovic as Boro Slobodan Dimitrije ...

                                               

Daniela Komatovic

Daniela Komatovic is a Czech jewellery designer, graphic designer, photographer and painter. As a first Czech designer, she received Gold Award at ADesign Award and Competition in category Jewellery and Watches in Milan in 2017.

                                               

Grahame Garner

Grahame Garner was an Australian photographer and political activist for peace in Brisbane, Queensland. Grahame John Garner was a marine engineer in the merchant navy during the 1940s and 1950s, before becoming a fitter and turner for the Brisban ...

                                               

Sepia

"Sepia" Plan B song, a song on the album Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose Sepia album by Takahashi Yu "Sepia", a song on the album Perfecto Presents Ibiza by Paul Oakenfold a song by Sheila On 7 Sepia, a 2001 album by Coco Mbassi "Sepia" song, ...

                                               

Filip Custic

Filip Custic Braut is a Spanish-Croatian artist that lives and resides in Madrid, Spain, whose artistic practice combines photography, performance art, sculpture and video art.

                                               

It Snows in Benidorm

It Snows in Benidorm is an upcoming Spanish drama film, written and directed by Isabel Coixet. It stars Timothy Spall, Sarita Choudhury, Pedro Casablanc, Carmen Machi and Ana Torrent.

                                               

Linda-Maria Birbeck

Birbeck studied film and photography at Amsterdam University of the Arts in the Netherlands. Upon graduation she began working on film and television sets across northern Europe. Birbeck started her career mainly as a Documentary film maker and p ...

                                               

Modern Times

Modern Times may refer to modern history. Modern Times may also refer to: Modern Times Jefferson Starship album, a 1981 album by Jefferson Starship Modern Times, a 1983 song by Prism from the album Beat Street Modern Times Bob Dylan album, a 2006 ...

                                               

Shutter

Window shutter, a solid window covering used for light control, privacy, security, protection against weather, and to enhance the aesthetics of a building Roller shutter, a type of door or window shutter mainly used in retail shops, warehouses, a ...

                                               

Operation Sundarbans

Operation Sundarbans or Operation Sundarban is an upcoming Bangladeshi wildlife action thriller movie. The film is co-written and directed by Dipankar Sengupta Dipon. The film is a joint production by Three Wheelers Limited and RAB Welfare Cooper ...

                                               

Gundula Schulze Eldowy

Schulze Eldowy was born in 1954 in Erfurt. In 1972 she moved to East Berlin and studied at the Technical School for Advertising and Design in Berlin-Schoneweide. From 1979 to 1984 she attended the Academy of Fine Arts School of Visual Arts in Lei ...

                                               

Uhl

UHL or Uhl may refer to: The Uhl anomaly, a rare disease of the heart Unilateral hearing loss University Hospital Limerick, Ireland, a hospital The United Hockey League The Uhl River in the Himalayas The Norwegian Young Conservatives Unge Hoyres ...

                                               

Potting

Potting may refer to: Potting on or potting up is the act of moving the plant, with its root ball, to a larger pot Sowing in greenhouses or polytunnels is often done in pots, pending later transplant In farming and gardening, potting is planting ...

                                               

Franz

Franz crater, a lunar crater Franz, Ontario, a railway junction and unorganized town in Canada Franz Lake, in the state of Washington, United States – see Franz Lake National Wildlife Refuge

                                               

Hoby treasure

The Hoby treasure is the grave goods from a Roman Iron Age grave at Hoby on the island of Lolland in Denmark. It was discovered in 1920. The most famous part of the treasure is two Roman drinking cups with scenes from the Iliad.

                                               

PNB

The initials PNB could stand for: Partners for a New Beginning Pemodalan Nasional Berhad, in Malaysia Police notebook, used by police Police Negotiating Board Pulseless non-breather, a person in cardiac arrest Pacific Northwest Ballet, Seattle, W ...

                                               

Moomal Ji Mari

Moomal Ji Mari is an archaeological site in village Mirpur Mathelo, Sukkur District now Ghotki District of Sindh, Pakistan.Many clay toys and artifacts were explored. The remains of wall made from backed and unbaked bricks have been found nearby ...

                                               

Arequipa (disambiguation)

Arequipa is a major city in Peru. Arequipa may also refer to: Places: Arequipa Province Arequipa Region, Peru Arequipa District Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Arequipa 737 Arequipa, an asteroid Other uses: Boyden Observatory, which was located at ...

                                               

Nazca Line Pseudoscience

The Nazca lines are geoglyphs found in southern Peru. The geoglyphs depict animals, insects, and plants. While there is evidence to show how members of Nazca culture were able to create the geoglyphs given their resources, pseudoscientific, or "f ...

                                               

Rib (disambiguation)

Rib, a bone attached to the spine, in vertebrate animals Rib, angulated vertical line on the stem of cactus Ribs food, the cooked meat and rib bones of a food animal Rib or costa, the leading edge of an insect wing See Glossary of entomology terms

                                               

Encounter

Encounter sculpture, an bronze sculpture by Bruce Beasley Encounter magazine, a literary magazine Encounters anthology, a 2004 anthology of speculative fiction Encounter game, an international network of active urban games Encounter video game, a ...