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Chef (disambiguation)

CHEF, a defunct radio station in Granby, Quebec, Canada Chef magazine, a Swedish business magazine Chef Game & Watch, a 1981 video game made by Nintendo for the Game & Watch The Chef, a novel by James Patterson and Max DiLallo 2019 The Chefs, a B ...

                                               

Foreigner

Foreigner may refer to: Alien law, a person in a country who is not a citizen or permanent resident of that country. It does generally not include a stateless individual.

                                               

The Return of the Condor Heroes (disambiguation)

The Return of the Condor Heroes, known in Chinese as Shen Diao Xia Lu, is a novel by Jin Yong. Alternate English translations of the title include The Giant Eagle and Its Companion and Divine Eagle, Chivalric Companion. The Return of the Condor H ...

                                               

Kung fu kid

Kung-fu Kid may refer to: People "The Kungfu Kid", nickname for mixed martial arts fighter Zak Bucia Games Kung Fu Kid 魔界列伝 Makai Retsuden, Sega Master System video game Television The Kung-fu Kids 1987 TV show, Taiwanese TV series produced b ...

                                               

In Our Time

In Our Time may refer to: In Our Time radio series, a BBC discussion programme hosted by Melvyn Bragg In Our Time 1944 film, a film starring Ida Lupino and Paul Henreid In Our Time Brownmiller book, a book by Susan Brownmiller In Our Time EP, an ...

                                               

The Best of Times

"The Best of Times", a song from the musical La Cage aux Folles musical "Best of Times", a song by Peter Cetera from One More Story The Best of Times song, a 1980 song by Styx "The Best of Times", a song by Dream Theater from Black Clouds & Silve ...

                                               

Lu Ding Ji (disambiguation)

Lu Ding Ji may refer to: The Deer and the Cauldron, known as Lu Ding Ji in Chinese, is a novel by Jin Yong. An alternate English translation of the title is The Duke of Mount Deer. Films adapted from the novel Royal Tramp, a 1992 Hong Kong film R ...

                                               

The Expert

The Experts 1989 film, a 1989 American film The Expert TV series, a 1968 British TV series The Experts 1973 film, a 1973 German film The Expert 1995 film, a 1995 film starring James Brolin The Expert 1932 film, a 1932 American film

                                               

Be with You

Be with You 2004 film, a Japanese romantic fantasy film Be with You TV series, a 2015 Taiwanese television series Be with You 2018 film, a South Korean film

                                               

The Hole

The Hole play, a 1958 absurdist play "Back in the Hole", a season 4 episode of The Shield

                                               

The Road (disambiguation)

The Road 2001 film, a Kazakh film The Road 2015 film, a Lebanese film The Road 2011 film, a Filipino film La Strada, literally "The Road", a 1954 film by Federico Fellini The Road 2009 film, an adaptation of the McCarthy novel, directed by John H ...

                                               

Boys Over Flowers (disambiguation)

Meteor Shower TV series, an unlicensed 2009 Chinese television adaptation. Meteor Garden 2018 TV series, an official 2018 Chinese television adaptation, and a remake of the 2001 Taiwanese drama, Meteor Garden.

                                               

Boomtown (disambiguation)

A boomtown is a community that experiences sudden and rapid population and economic growth. Boomtown or Boom Town may also refer to: Boomtown music festival, an annual theatrical music festival outside of Winchester, Hampshire formerly Boomtown Fair

                                               

Prime time (disambiguation)

"Prime Time", by The Alan Parsons Project from Ammonia Avenue "Prime Time", by The Tubes from Remote Control "Prime Time", by Haircut 100 from Paint and Paint "Prime Time", by FireHouse from Prime Time "Primetime" Jay-Z and Kanye West song "Prime ...

                                               

Midday (disambiguation)

Midday refers the time of the middle of the day-light period when the sun is at its highest point. It is synonymous with the word noon, which by itself is etymologically derived from the number nine. It does not coincide with 12:00 p.m. Nor does ...

                                               

Cafe (disambiguation)

A cafe is a small restaurant or coffeehouse A cafe is a small, cheap eatery or diner, sometimes called a "greasy spoon" Cafe British - or "transport cafe" UK Diner - or "coffee shop" USA Cafe or cafe may also refer to:

                                               

Marketplace (disambiguation)

A marketplace is a location where people regularly gather for the purchase and sale of provisions, livestock, and other goods. Marketplace may also refer to:

                                               

Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue 1991 film, a British television film starring Colin Firth and Catherine Zeta-Jones Out of the Blue: Live at Wembley, a concert film by Electric Light Orchestra, 1980 Out of the Blue 1931 film, a British musical directed by and sta ...

                                               

The Works

The Works The Wildhearts album, 2008 compilation album The Works Queen album, 1984 album by the British rock band Queen The Works Phil Beer album, 1998 folk music album The Works Bananarama album, 2007 retrospective of Bananaramas music The Works ...

                                               

Wanderlust (disambiguation)

Wanderlust Irish TV series, an Irish television show hosted by Brendan Courtney Gerhard Reinkes Wanderlust, a television show Wanderlust 2012 film, a comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd Wanderlust UK TV series, a BBC One/Netflix TV ser ...

                                               

Hearts and Minds

Hearts and Minds may refer to: A biblical quotation; see the Wikisource link Winning hearts and minds, the idea of persuading enemies instead of defeating them by force Hearts and Minds Vietnam, a strategy of the South Vietnamese and United State ...

                                               

Star-crossed (disambiguation)

Star-crossed is a phrase describing a pair of lovers whose relationship is often thwarted by outside forces. Star-crossed or starcrossed may also refer to:

                                               

Shameless

Shameless, an HBO special by Louis C.K. Shameless 2012 film, Polish film The Shameless, 2015 South Korean film Shameless 2008 film, Czech film Shameless British TV series, a UK television series that ran from 2004 to 2013 Shameless American TV se ...

                                               

Kuba

Quba, capital of Quba Rayon, Azerbaijan Quba Mosque, a historical mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia Quba Rayon, a district of Azerbaijan Kuba, a village in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China Kuba Kingdom, a historical Central African state Quba Kh ...

                                               

The Mole

The Mole U.S. TV series U.S. version The Mole UK TV series UK version De Mol TV series, a Belgium reality television series licensed internationally known in English as The Mole The Mole Australian TV series Australian version The Mole film, 2011 ...

                                               

The Witcher (disambiguation)

The Witcher is a fantasy series of short stories and novels by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. The Witcher may also refer to other works based on the stories by Andrzej Sapkowski: The Witcher video game, a 2007 action role-playing game developed ...

                                               

Spellbinder

Spellbinder may refer to: Spellbinder album, a 1966 album by Gabor Szabo Spellbinder game, a game using pen and paper by Richard Bartle Spellbinder film, a 1988 horror film starring Timothy Daly and Kelly Preston Spellbinder DC Comics, a Batman v ...

                                               

The Wedding

The Wedding 1629 play, a Caroline era stage play by James Shirley The Wedding 1901 play Wesele, a Polish play by Stanislaw Wyspianski The Wedding Chekhov play, a play by Anton Chekhov

                                               

Kreuzberg (disambiguation)

Kreuzbergsattel, a mountain pass in the Austrian Alps Kreuzberg Rhon, a mountain in the Rhon, Germany Kreuzbergpass, a mountain pass between the Carnic Alps and the Dolomites Kreuzberg Tempelhofer Berge, a hill forming part of the Tempelhofer Ber ...

                                               

William Tell (disambiguation)

William Tell is a hero in Swiss legend. William Tell may also refer to: William Tell opera, by Gioacchino Rossini, based on Schillers play William Tell play, a drama by Friedrich Schiller William Tell Overture, from Rossinis opera William Tell ae ...

                                               

The End of Time

The End of Time, 2005, a non-fiction book by David Horowitz The End of Time book, 1999, non-fiction by Julian Barbour arguing that time is an illusion

                                               

Ex Libris

Ex Libris may refer to: Ex Libris Group, an Israeli software company that sells library automation software Ex Libris, an imprint of Rizzoli International Publications Exlibris music label, subsidiary of Danish publisher Gyldendal. Ex Libris: Con ...

                                               

Silent Night (disambiguation)

Silent Night 1995 film, a Swiss-German drama Silent Night 2014 film, a 2014 Sri Lankan film "Silent Night", television series episode of Haven season 2 "Silent Night", television series episode of CSI: NY season 3 Silent Night 2012 film, a 2012 h ...

                                               

Memorial to the Missing

Memorial to the Missing may refer to any of the following monuments: The Menin Gate fully the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, in Ypres, Belgium The Ploegsteert Memorial to the Missing, near Ypres, Belgium The La Ferte-sous-Jouarre memorial al ...

                                               

Confederate memorial

Confederate memorial may refer to The former Confederate Memorial Hall, now Memorial Hall, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee The Confederate Memorial Hall Museum, in New Orleans, Louisiana Any of the thousands of Confederate monuments w ...

                                               

Walter Kruger

Walter Kruger may refer to: Walter Krueger 1881–1967, United States Army general during World War II and military historian Walter Kruger Heer general 1892–1973, German military commander during World War II; leader of Panzer division Walter Krug ...

                                               

Bureaucracy (disambiguation)

Bureaucracy is an organizational structure with the task of implementing the decisions and policies of its governing body. Bureaucracy may also refer to: Bureaucracy video game, a 1987 Infocom game by Douglas Adams Street-level bureaucracy, indiv ...

                                               

Ottoman

Ottoman Empire, in existence from 1299 to 1923 Ottoman Caliphate, claimant to an Islamic caliphate from 1517 to 1924 Ottoman dynasty, ruling family of the Ottoman Empire Osmanoğlu family, modern members of the family Ottoman architecture

                                               

Translation Office (Ottoman Empire)

The Translation Office was an organ of the Government of the Ottoman Empire that translated documents from one language to another. The government created it in 1821 as the Ottoman authorities wanted to train their own corps of Turkish translator ...

                                               

Fyodor Samokhin

Fyodor Ivanovich Samokhin was a Soviet writer, member of the Union of writers of the USSR. The author of a number of works of art about the Great Patriotic War, the most famous of which was the story "Cholponbai" about the heroism of the Hero of ...

                                               

About Love (1970 film)

Thirty-year-old Galina is smart, charming and beautiful. She works as a restorer in the workshop of the Leningrad Catherine Palace and, it would seem, was created for love. But there is no real feeling and no.

                                               

Amy Coleridge

Amy Coleridge was a British actress who had a successful career playing in Shakespeares plays in South Africa as well as in her home country. She acted in the companies of Henry Irving and John Martin-Harvey. She was born as Amy Matilda Cowlrick ...

                                               

Pronto

Pronto condoms, released in South Africa Pronto Software, an Australian company Pronto, a chain of cafes in Japan managed by Suntory Pronto, alternate name in some countries for S. C. Johnsons Pledge cleaning product Pronto Airways, a Canadian ai ...

                                               

François Pellegrin

François Pellegrin was a French botanist, who specialised in the plants of tropical Africa. He published some 623 plant names, and has been honoured in the specific epithets of many plant species, such as, for example, Bikinia pellegrinii, Euphor ...

                                               

Kingdom of Armenia

Kingdom of Armenia may refer to: Kingdom of Armenia Middle Ages, also known as Bagratid Armenia, AD 885 to 1045 Kingdom of Armenia antiquity, also known as Artaxiad or Arsacid Armenia, 380 BC to AD 387/428

                                               

Feyzi

Feyzi is a Turkish-language masculine given name and Persian-language surname derived from the Persian noun of Arabic origin فیض with the meaning "grace". Notable people with the name include:

                                               

Greystone

Greystone Mansion, Beverly Hills, California mansion built by/for Edward L. Doheny, listed on the NRHP as Doheny Estate/Greystone Greystone Durham, North Carolina Greystone Villa-Cabin 18, Cleveland National Forest, California Greystone Golf Cour ...

                                               

Miraculous Supernatural 2020 Tour

The Miraculous Supernatural 2020 Tour is an upcoming concert tour by American Latin rock band Santana. The tour is in support of their twenty-fifth album Africa Speaks, and it consists of concerts in North America. The tour is a continuation of t ...

                                               

Robbie (TV series)

Robbie is an American comedy television series created by Rory Scovel, Stuart Jenkins, Scott Moran, and Anthony King. The series premiered on Comedy Central on May 7, 2020, and its entire first season was released on Comedy Central’s YouTube chan ...

                                               

Carpathia

Carpathian Ruthenia, a small historic region in Central Europe Montes Carpatus, a lunar mountain range Carpathian Mountains, part of a mountain range in Europe Carpathian Basin, an alternative name for the Pannonian Basin