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TPE

Taipei City, extending the use of Taoyuan International Airports IATA code as an abbreviation for the city "Chinese Taipei" IOC and FIFA country code: TPE, the name used by Taiwan and forced on by China when participating in international organiz ...

                                               

RWS

Running with Scissors company, a video game developer Ravens Wood School, Keston, London Borough of Bromley, England Royal Watercolour Society, an English institution of painters working in watercolours RWS Group, Europes largest patent translati ...

                                               

Dots

Dots or The Dots may refer to: The Dots, a New York City pop punk band fronted by Jimi Quidd Dots film, a 1940 short animated film by Norman McLaren Paul Kelly and the Dots 1978–1982, an Australian rock band fronted by Paul Kelly Dots game, a pen ...

                                               

Pinkerton Syndrome

Pinkerton Syndrome is a term for the perceived tendency of some Asians to regard Caucasians as superior or more desirable, especially for marriage or relationships.

                                               

Patteson

Patteson may refer to: Surname: John Staniforth Patteson, Mayof of Norwich 1823 John Patteson 1755–1833 1755–1833, English Tory politician John Patteson bishop 1827–1871, Anglican bishop and martyr Roy Kinneer Patteson, Jr. born 1928, American an ...

                                               

Somaliland Beverage Industries

Somaliland Beverage Industries abbreviated as SBI is a beverage corporation headquartered in Hargeisa, capital of Somaliland. Founded in 2010 by Ahmed Osman Guelleh, a local businessman. Based on the revenue, SBI is the largest beverage business ...

                                               

Esan

Esan North-East, LGA in Nigeria Esan South-East, LGA in Nigeria Esan Central, LGA in Nigeria Esan language, an Edoid language spoken by the Esan people Esan West, LGA in Nigeria Esan people, an ethnic group of southern Nigeria Esanland, a cultura ...

                                               

WRL

WRL can stand for different things: Worland Municipal Airport IATA airport code, a public airport in Wyoming, U.S. Web Rule Language, a W3C member submission Windows Runtime Library, also known as the Windows Runtime C++ Template Library, a progr ...

                                               

Vestergade 3

Vestergade 3 is a Neoclassical property in the Old Town of Copenhagen, Denmark. The building was listed in the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1959.

                                               

Ojibway (disambiguation)

The Ojibwe language, also called "Anishinaabe", an Algonquian language traditionally spoken by the Algonquin, Nipissing, Ojibwa, Saulteaux, Mississaugas, and Odawa, native peoples of North America The Ojibwe or "Chippewa" people, a native people ...

                                               

Podunk (disambiguation)

Podunk is a term used in the United States to represent an insignificant place. Podunk may also be: Podunk Bluegrass Festival, an annual bluegrass festival held in East Hartford, Connecticut Podunk band, a Texas rock band Poeville, Nevada, a ghos ...

                                               

Montauk

Montauk derives from a place-name in the Mohegan-Montauk-Narragansett language. It can refer to: Montaukett, an Algonquian-speaking Native American group native to the eastern end of Long Island, though some were later exiled to Missouri Montauk ...

                                               

Equatorial Guinea–Venezuela relations

Equatorial Guinea–Venezuela relations refers to international relations between the Republic of Equatorial Guinea and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. In both countries the official language is Spanish and they have an important economic act ...

                                               

Welcome to Chechnya

Welcome to Chechnya is an American documentary film, directed by David France and released in 2020. The film centres on the anti-gay purges in Chechnya of the late 2010s, interviewing various LGBT Chechnyan refugees about their experiences. The f ...

                                               

Spike Fuck

Spike Fuck grew up in Melbourne, Australia. She used heroin and other drugs for several years and was subsequently dependent on methadone for three years. She began performing under the Spike Fuck name, and came out as transgender, in 2015. Her w ...

                                               

Shakedown (2018 film)

Shakedown is a 2018 American documentary film directed by Leilah Weinraub. The film centers around a Los Angeles black-lesbian strip club of the same name in its heyday from 2002–2004. The film premiered in 2018 and was screened at film festivals ...

                                               

Git (disambiguation)

G.I.T.: Get It Together, a 1973 album by The Jackson 5 "Git" song, by Candan Erçetin Git album, by Skeletons & The Girl-Faced Boys The Gits, a post punk band G.I.T., an Argentine rock band

                                               

Zwy Milshtein

Milshtein was born in Romania in 1934, but fled Europe prior to the Nazi invasion in World War II. He studied at a Pioneers Palace in Tbilisi from 1943 to 1944, and then moved to Budapest with the painter George Ștefanescu in 1946. He left for Is ...

                                               

Anhelli

The poem was written in the spring of 1837 in an Armenian monastery known as Betcheszban Resting Place of the Dead in the mountains of Lebanon. Slowacki wrote that he created the poem "full of those feelings and thoughts, which were freshly inspi ...

                                               

List of World Heritage Sites in Mauritania

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage Sites are places of importance to cultural or natural heritage as described in the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, established in 1972. Mauretania ratified the ...

                                               

La Argentina

La Argentina may refer to: ARA La Argentina C-3, a light cruiser of the Argentine Navy commissioned in 1939 La Argentina, a sail frigate used by the Argentine corsair Hippolyte Bouchard in his campaign 1817-19 Several other ships of the Argentine ...

                                               

Grandfather (disambiguation)

A grandfather is a male grandparent. Grandfather may also refer to: The Grandfather 1998 film El abuelo, Spanish film Grandfather, North Carolina The Grandfather 1954 film El abuelo, Argentine film The Grandfather 1986 film, Iranian film, starrin ...

                                               

Ombu (disambiguation)

The word ombu may refer to: Cañada Ombu, a populated place in Vera Department, province of Santa Fe, Argentina Cuchilla del Ombu, a village in Tacuarembo Department, Uruguay Ombu, a village in Tibet El Ombu, stories by Anglo-Argentine naturalist ...

                                               

Brother and Sister (disambiguation)

Brother and Sister is a fairy tale known, in different variants, throughout Europe. Brother and Sister or Sister and Brother, or variation, may also refer to: A brother and a sister, two siblings, both born to same parents Little Brother And Litt ...

                                               

Uncanny Valley (disambiguation)

Uncanny valley is a hypothesis that human replicas that appear almost, but not exactly, like real human beings elicit feelings of eeriness and revulsion among some observers. Uncanny valley may also refer to:

                                               

Gilgamesh (disambiguation)

Gilgamesh Fate/stay night, a character in the Fate/stay night franchise Gilgamesh Marvel Comics or Forgotten One, an Eternal in the Marvel Comics universe Gilgamesh Final Fantasy, a character in the Final Fantasy video game series Gilgamesh, the ...

                                               

Milagro de amor

Milagro de amor may refer to: Milagro de amor zarzuela, 1955 zarzuela from Costa Rica by Alcides Prado to a libretto by Carmen Carvajal de Prado Milagro de amor, 1955 Costa Rican film of the zarzuela directed by impresario Jose Gamboa Un milagro ...

                                               

Daddy (disambiguation)

Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks, a major character in the comic strip Little Orphan Annie Daddy poem, a 1965 poem by Sylvia Plath Daddy novel, a 1989 novel by Danielle Steel

                                               

November (disambiguation)

Noviembre film, a 2003 Spanish film directed by Achero Mañas November 2017 film, a 2017 Estonian film November 2004 film, a 2004 film starring Courteney Cox

                                               

Rani (disambiguation)

Rani TV series, a Pakistani TV series. Rani Saheba 1930 film, directed by V. Shantaram. Rani 2017 film, aka Enga amma Rani, directed by S.Bani Rani 1952 film, Indian Tamil language film. Rani Sahiba 1940 film, directed by Chunilal Parekh. Rani Ma ...

                                               

Raka

Raka can refer to: Raka choreographer, an Indian film director and choreographer. A Turkish rendering of the Arabic geographical name Raqqa Rakaah, one unit of Islamic prayer, or Salat Raka, Jarva County, village in Ambla Parish, Jarva County, Es ...

                                               

Say You Love Me

"Say You Love Me", a song by Jo-El Sonnier, 1988 "Say You Love Me" Jessie Ware song, 2014 "Say You Love Me", a song by Demis Roussos, 1974 "Say You Love Me", a song by Lime, 1985 "Say You Love Me", a song by Natalie Cole from Snowfall on the Saha ...

                                               

The Princess

The Princess W. S. Gilbert play, an 1870 musical play by W. S. Gilbert, based on the Tennyson poem "The Princess" D. H. Lawrence story, a 1924 story by D. H. Lawrence "The Princess" Chekhov story, by Anton Chekhov The Princess Maykov poem, an 187 ...

                                               

Zoltan Gaty

Zoltan Gaty attended a primary school in his hometown, while playing the violin. He went on to study at the Papa high school in Calvin. From 1874 he studied philosophy in Budapest, interrupted by the military years 1877-1879. He later attended a ...

                                               

Ossian (disambiguation)

The Works of Ossian is an influential cycle of poems written by James Macpherson. Ossian may also refer to: Places Loch Ossian, a lake in the Scottish Highlands Ossian, New York, United States, a town Ossian, Iowa, United States, a city Ossian, I ...

                                               

Hungaria

Hungaria or Hungaria may refer to: Latin for Hungary, a European country For historical entities from 895 see: Hungary disambiguation Hungaria, a pop-rock music group from Hungary Hungaria train, an express train between Budapest and Berlin Hunga ...

                                               

Bina Theeng Tamang

Bina Maya Theeng Lama, who writes under the pen name Bina Theeng Tamang, is a Nepali writer from Kathmandu, Nepal. She is a Nepalese poet. In 2013 a collection of her story was published by Sabdahar Creation Inc., titled "Chhuki". In 2015 a colle ...

                                               

Kul Bahadur KC

Chhanda kavi Kul Bahadur K.C. is one of the most significant Nepali poets. He is known for his well-rhymed poems that related to the social and economic problems of the common people who form the vast majority of the population in Nepal. He belie ...

                                               

Harald Wiberg

Harald Wiberg is a Swedish author, artist and illustrator. He was best known for his illustrations in the books about Tomten and of Astrid Lindgren.

                                               

Ida Granqvist

Ida Granqvist was a Swedish missionary. She wrote 26 books of poetry and translated hundreds of texts into isiZulu whilst a missionary in South Africa. She was criticised for speaking from a pulpit whilst in Sweden.

                                               

Bread (disambiguation)

Bread is a group of staple foods. Bread may also refer to: Bread 1929 film, a 1929 silent Ukrainian Soviet film Bread band, a 1970s soft rock band Bread 1971 film, a 1971 British independent film directed by Stanley Long Bread 1924 film, a 1924 s ...

                                               

ABM Sohel Rashid

Actor and poet ABM Sohel Rashid, is the eldest out of 5 children of Father Martyr intellectual ABM Abdur Rahim and mother, craftswoman Mrs. Jharna Rahim. He was born on December 27, 1971 at Azimpur Maternity Hospital in the capital city, Paternal ...

                                               

UBW

UBW may refer to: Unlimited Blade Works, Fate/stay night visual novel plotline UbW stands for U-Boot-Waffe or U-Bootwaffe, the U-boat Arm of the German Navy during two world wars Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works TV series, anime TV series b ...

                                               

Thorkild Henningsen

Thorkild Henningsen was a Danish architect. He is most known for his design of numerous terraced housing developments, especially Bakkehusene at Bellahoj whish is listed on the Danish Registry of Protected buildings and Places. In spite of his ea ...

                                               

Mabel E. Wotton

Mabel E. Wotton was born in London to Frances Emily and John Stirling Wilmot Wotton, a civil servant. Note that her Times death notice gives her fathers name as Henry Stirling Wotton. Her older brother Thomas wrote plays, and her younger sister E ...

                                               

Amada Irma Perez

Amada Irma Perez is a Mexican American writer and advocate for programs encouraging multicultural understanding. She has written four childrens books and is a recipient of the 2004 Pura Belpre Award for illustration.

                                               

Exfoliating mitt

The Italy towel, also known as the Korean exfoliating mitt, is a mass-produced bath product used to scrub and peel the outermost layer of skin; it was invented in Busan by Kim Pil-gon in 1962. Since then, the Italy towel has become a household it ...

                                               

Tarique Ashraf

Tarique Ashraf was a Pakistani writer and publisher. Tariq Ashraf was the owner of Suhni printing press, editor-in-chief of Suhni Literary Magazine, while his novel Meero Dharial and Jail Dairy are other notable works. It is also claimed by certa ...

                                               

Zeenat Abdullah Channa

Zeenat Abdullah Channa was an educationist and writer of Sehwan, Sindh, Pakistan. She was one of the first female writers who wrote sindhi stories after partition of India in 1947. She served as an editor of Monthly Magazine Marvi. She motivated ...

                                               

Maria Gomes

Maria Gomes can refer to: Rosa Maria Gomes de Lima born 1964, Brazilian retired footballer Jesuina Maria Ferreira Gomes active since 1990s, Brazilian politician Maria Teresinha Gomes 1933–2007, Portuguese woman who nearly 20 years pretended to be ...