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Sonar (disambiguation)

Animal echolocation or bio sonar, the use of sound to navigate and identify objects Marine mammals and sonar, describes the harmful effects of sonar on marine mammals

                                               

Mister Brown

Mister Brown or Mr Brown can refer to: a pseudonym of William Makepeace Thackery "Mr. Brown" song, a song by Bob Marley mrbrown, a Singaporean blogger Mr. Brown album, an album by Sleepy Brown John Brown servant - Scottish personal attendant and ...

                                               

Baboo

Baboo may refer to: Baboo airline, an airline based in Grand-Saconnex, Switzerland An alternative spelling of the Indian honorific Babu A villain in the Power Rangers, fictional universe Baboo band, 1990s Taiwan rock band Baboo English, a dialect ...

                                               

Sogo (disambiguation)

Sogo & Seibu, a Japanese retail company Hotel Sogo, a hotel chain in the Philippines Sogou, traded on the NYSE as SOGO, an internet company in China SOGo, an open source collaborative software server Pacific Sogo, a department store chain in Taiw ...

                                               

Gugong (disambiguation)

Gugong literally means "former palace", and can also refer to: National Palace Museum in Taipei, also known as "the Taipei Gugong" Hong Kong Palace Museum in Hong Kong, also known as "the Hong Kong Gugong" Mukden Palace in Shenyang, also known as ...

                                               

The River

The River 1933 film, a Czech film by Josef Rovensky The River 1997 film, a Taiwanese film by Tsai Ming-liang The River 2018 film, a Kazakhstani film by Emir Baigazin The River 2001 film, a Finnish film by Jarmo Lampela Nehir or The River, a 1977 ...

                                               

Frederick James Partridge

Frederick James Partridge was an English jeweller, silversmith and teacher of jewellery making, active circa 1901–1930. His works are in the Art Nouveau style. He has been called the "British Rene Lalique".

                                               

JSK

JSK may refer to: Jansankhya Sthirata Kosh, an Indian population concern organization JS Kairouan, a Tunisian football club Jumper skirt Janette Sadik-Khan, former Commissioner of the New York City Department of Transportation Jai Shree Krishna, ...

                                               

Uganda Film Festival Award for Best Actress in a Feature Film

The Uganda Film Festival Award for Best Actress is an award presented annually by Uganda Communications Commission at the Uganda Film Festival. It is given in honor of a female actor who has exhibited outstanding acting while working in the film ...

                                               

1997 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group IV – Zone A

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1997. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Th ...

                                               

My Thoughts Are Silent

"My Thoughts Are Silent" - Ukrainian tragicomedy filmed by ukrainian director Antonio Lukic in 2019. The tape became the debut feature film for Lukic. The film was first shown on July 4, 2019, at the East of West Karlovy Vary section of the 54th ...

                                               

Left Bank (disambiguation)

Left Bank Biscay, the left bank of the Nervion in Biscay, Spain Left Bank, the Bordeaux wine regions on the left bank of the Gironde, including Medoc and Graves Left-bank Ukraine, a historical region in Ukraine Left Bank Kiev, the left bank of th ...

                                               

Undefeated

The Undefeated 1969 film, an American Western starring John Wayne, Rock Hudson Undefeated 2011 film, an American sports documentary about a high school football team Undefeated 2003 film, an American television movie starring John Leguizamo The U ...

                                               

Namdev Bhau: In Search of Silence

Namdev Bhau: In Search of Silence is a 2018 Indian adventure drama film directed by Dar Gai and starring Namdev Gurav, a chaffeur in real life, in the titular role. The film contains Hindi and Marathi dialogues and was released with Hindi subtitles.

                                               

H9

H9, H09 or H-9 can refer to: PRR H9, an American 2-8-0 steam locomotive model British NVC community H9, a type of heath community in the British National Vegetation Classification DSC-H9, a 2007 Sony Cyber-shot H series camera H9 bus route, a Hun ...

                                               

Vistula (disambiguation)

The Vistula is the chief river of Poland. Vistula or Wisla may also refer to: Operation Vistula, code name for a Polish army operation displacing Ukrainians and Ruthenians in Poland after World War II Vistula, Michigan, a former town in what is n ...

                                               

Heritage Village

Heritage Village may refer to: Canada Mennonite Heritage Village, Steinbach, Manitoba Doon Heritage Village, Kitchener, Ontario Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, Lamont County, Alberta Burnaby Village Museum, Burnaby, British Columbia United A ...

                                               

Slavic nationalism

Slavic nationalisms Neo-Slavism Slavophile Pan-Slavism Austro-Slavism Russophilia Russian nationalism/ Greater Russia East Slavic Ukrainian nationalism/ Greater Ukraine/ Little Russian identity Czech nationalism Czechoslovakism West Slavic, Slova ...

                                               

Patriarch of Kiev

Patriarch of Kiev may refer to: Patriarch of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church - Canonical, head of a distinctive church in Ukraine unofficially, head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church is often referred to as Ukrainian Greek Cathol ...

                                               

Cathedral of the Dormition of the Theotokos

Cathedral of the Dormition of the Theotokos or Cathedral of the Dormition of the Mother of God may refer to: Birmingham Orthodox Cathedral, formally Cathedral Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God and St. Andrew, Birmingham, United Kingdom ...

                                               

Rukh

Rukh may refer to: Rukh, the jungle, in Kiplings first written story about Mowgli, "In the Rukh" Rukh Star Wars, a character in the Star Wars universe MCS Rukh, a municipal stadium in the Ivano-Frankivsk city park, Ukraine Roc mythology or Rukh, ...

                                               

Nytt Land

Nytt Land are a three-piece Nordic folk and ambient band, from Kalachinsk in Siberia, Northern Russia. Started by husband and wife Anatoly and Natalya Pahlenko in 2013, the band released their third album Fimbulvinter on Cold Spring Records in 2017.

                                               

Jorge Martinez

Jorge Martinez may refer to: Jorge Daniel Martinez born 1973, Argentine footballer Jorge Martinez Busch 1936–2011, Chilean naval officer, commander-in-chief 1990–1997 Jorge Martinez motorcyclist born 1962, Spanish Grand Prix motorcycle road racer ...

                                               

Telenoche (Uruguay)

Telenoche is the news program of the Uruguayan Channel 4. The program airs from Mondays to Fridays at 7:00 p.m. and it is presented by Daniel Castro and Valeria Alonso. It is broadcast since 1968.

                                               

Luis Romero

Luis Romero may refer to: Luis Enrique Romero actor, actor in Dueña y señora Luis Alberto Romero born 1992, Spanish footballer Luis "Indio" Romero, Argentine theatre director Luis Romero Petit 1917–2017, Venezuelan baseball player Luis Romero nov ...

                                               

Teatro de la Victoria (Buenos Aires)

Teatro de la Victoria was one of the main theaters in the city of Buenos Aires around the middle of the 19th century. It was one of the most modern and luxurious of its time, built by an Italian architect who also had carried out the works of the ...

                                               

UNT (disambiguation)

UNT can refer to: Unt, abbreviation for unniltrium, another name for chemical element 103, Lawrencium Union Nacional de Trabajadores disambiguation, national trade union federations in several countries Un Nuevo Tiempo "A New Era", a political pa ...

                                               

Coup at Daybreak

The film mainly focuses on a group of rebel soldiers attacking the presidential residence in La Casona. It juxtaposes this with showing the personal lives of residents of the La Casona area during the coup overnight. It opens with a military conv ...

                                               

Duong Van Mai Elliott

Duong Van Mai Elliott is a Vietnamese author, writer and translator. Her memoir, The Sacred Willow: Four Generations in the Life of a Vietnamese Family, tells the story of the Vietnam War from the perspective of a Vietnamese family. It was nomina ...

                                               

Tan Thanh

Communes, wards in Bình Phước province Tan Thành, Dồng Xoài, a commune of Dồng Xoài Tan Thành, Bù Dốp District, a commune of Bù Dốp District Communes, wards in Cà Mau province Tan Thành commune, Cà Mau, a commune of Cà Mau Tan Thành ward, Cà Mau, ...

                                               

Sea Gypsies

Jalia Kaibarta, an aboriginal Indian fishermen tribe converted into an endogamous caste by Sanskritisation Sama-Bajau peoples, a collective name for several ethnic groups in the Philippines, Sabah, eastern Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, and parts o ...

                                               

Wakan

Wakan may refer to: Wakan, the original Lakota name for the Rum River of Minnesota Wakan Tanka variant name, the "Great Spirit," "sacred" or the "divine" as understood by the Lakota people A Japanese word 和館, lit. "Japan hall/building" used to ...

                                               

Great Spirit (disambiguation)

Wakan Tanka in Lakota tradition Unetlanvhi in Cherokee mythology Great Spirit, an English translation of various synonyms in the languages of North American native tribes for the common concept of a universal spiritual force. These include Gitche ...

                                               

Bathurst

Bathurst, Eastern Cape, South Africa Banjul, The Gambia, formerly known as Bathurst

                                               

The Vietnamese Revolution: Fundamental Problems, Essential Tasks

The Vietnamese Revolution: Fundamental Problems, Essential Tasks is a speech and an analysis of the principles and methods of the Vietnamese revolution, and the path forward for the Communist Party of Vietnam and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam ...

                                               

Oberliga Berlin

The term Oberliga Berlin may describe any one of several historical upper-tier level football competitions based in the city of Berlin, Germany. Oberliga Berlin-Brandenburg, the first division competition active 1923–1933 Brandenburg football cha ...

                                               

Halbleiterwerk Frankfurt (Oder)

VEB Halbleiterwerk Frankfurt was the largest manufacturer of semiconductor devices in the German Democratic Republic. In 1989, HFO produced 110 million integrated circuits, 9.7 million transistors, and 150 million transistor chips. Despite this, ...

                                               

Khmer

Khmer may refer to: Srok Khmer, the modern Kingdom of Cambodia Khmer people, the ethnic group to which the great majority of Cambodians belong Khmer Loeu, the Mon-Khmer highland tribes in Cambodia Khmer Krom, Khmer people living in the Delta and ...

                                               

White Fang (disambiguation)

White Fang 1936 film, an American film directed by David Butler White Fang 1991 film, an American film directed by Randal Kleiser White Fang TV series, a 1993 television series The White Fang, a 1946 Soviet film directed by Aleksandr Zguridi Whit ...

                                               

John Rennie

John Rennie may refer to: John Rennie the Elder 1761–1821, engineer John Rennie cricketer born 1970, Zimbabwean Test and ODI cricketer John Rennie editor born 1959, editor-in-chief of Scientific American, 1994–2009 John Shaw Rennie 1917–2002, Com ...

                                               

Bitter Harvest

Bitter Harvest 1963 film, a film by Peter Graham Scott Bitter Harvest 1981 film, a television movie about contamination of dairy feed in the U.S. Midwest Bitter Harvest 2017 film, a film by George Mendeluk Bitter Harvest 1993 film, a thriller by ...

                                               

Oga Bolaji

Oga Bolaji is a 2018 Nigerian drama film written and directed by Kayode Kasum. The film stars Ikponmwosa Gold, Omowumi Dada and Idowu Philips in the lead roles. The film was released on 7 August 2018 and received positive reviews from critics and ...

                                               

Twin Rivers

Twin Rivers may refer to: Twin Rivers film, a 2007 Australian film The Longford River and Duke of Northumberlands River near Heathrow Airport, London Twin Rivers Primary School Harare, Zimbabwe Twin Rivers Elementary School The Twin Rivers Divers ...

                                               

Prince Edward

Edward VIII of the United Kingdom, 1894–1972, first child and eldest son of George V, later The Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn 1767–1820, fourth son of King George III and father of Queen Victoria Edward ...

                                               

Irish Brigade

Irish Brigade may refer to: Tyneside Irish Brigade, World War I British Army brigade of Irish immigrants in Newcastle upon Tyne Franco-Irish Ambulance Brigade 1870 Irish Brigade U.S., pro-Union Civil War brigade of Irish immigrants Irish Brigade ...

                                               

Teresa (disambiguation)

Theresa, New York, a town in the United States Teresa, Rizal, a municipality in the Philippine province of Rizal Theresa village, New York, a village within the town Theresa, Wisconsin, a village within the town Theresa town, Wisconsin, a town in ...

                                               

Resistire Mexico

Resistire Mexico is a song and charity single recorded by the supergroup Artists for Mexico in 2020. It is a remake of the 1988 hit song "Resistire", which was written and performed by Duo Dinamico. It has been confirmed that all revenue from "Re ...

                                               

List of Linda Cardellini performances

Linda Cardellini is an American actress and voice actress, best known for her leading roles in television, such as the teen drama Freaks and Geeks, the medical drama ER, the drama thriller Bloodline, and the dark tragicomedy Dead to Me. She recei ...

                                               

U.S. Caribbean region

U.S. Caribbean region is a term used by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to refer to the waters belonging to the United States in the Caribbean Sea. NOAA maps it as a natural region of the United States, located in the Caribbea ...

                                               

Blackpool (disambiguation)

Blackpool is a seaside town in England, United Kingdom. Black Pool, black pool, or Blackpool may also refer to: Places Blackpool UK Parliament constituency, a former parliamentary constituency and its successors Blackpool North and Fleetwood Blac ...