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Atlantida

Atlantida may refer to: Atlantida brachiopod, a genus of brachiopods Atlantidae, a family of gastropod molluscs Atlantida novel, a 1919 novel by Pierre Benoit Atlantida TV series, Russian television series featuring Nelli Uvarova Atlantida Sport ...

Sanabria

Sanabria may refer to: Sanabria or Senabria, a comarca in the province of Zamora, Spain Sanabria genus of katydids - genus of bush crickets or katydids in the family Tettigoniidae, subfamily Phaneropterinae Puebla de Sanabria, town in the Sanabri ...

WB

The WB, a United States television network from 1995 to 2006 Warner Bros., a large American film and television company WB Channel, an Indian channel from Warner Bros Whataburger, a speed-food restaurant chain in the southern United States from F ...

Michael Wawuyo

Michael Wawuyo Sr is a Ugandan actor and special effects artist. He is notable for his big screen roles on Last King of Scotland, Kony: Order from Above, The Only Son, Sometimes in April, The Mercy of the Jungle and small screen roles on NTVs Yat ...

Frederick Phillips (disambiguation)

Frederick or Fred Phillips may refer to: Freddie Phillips died 2003, British film and television musician and composer Ric Flair born 1949, professional wrestler whose birth name has been recorded as Fred Phillips Fred Phillips footballer 1905–19 ...

1968 American Samoan legislative election

The elections were held amidst a major debate over whether inhabitants of the territory should seek American citizenship. Further antagonism was caused by Governor Owen Stuart Aspinall vetoing constitutional amendments that would grant the Legisl ...

Lona

Lona, Samoa, village on the island of Upolu Lona, Comilla, village in Comilla District, Chittagong Division, Bangladesh Lac de Lona, lake in Valais, Switzerland Lona, Nantou, Bunun village in Nantou County, Taiwan

Pongo

Pongo geography, canyon or narrow gorge in the Upper Amazon Pongo, Longleng, village in Longleng district of Nagaland State, India Pongo River disambiguation, several rivers or estuaries in Africa

NBC 5

KALB-TV in Alexandria, Louisiana KDLV-TV in Mitchell, South Dakota Simulcast of KDLT-TV in Sioux Falls, South Dakota KATH-LD in Juneau, Alaska Simulcast of KNEP in Sidney, Nebraska KFYR-TV in Bismarck, North Dakota KGWN-DT2 in Cheyenne, Wyoming K ...

Ausa (disambiguation)

Ausa, a town in Maharashtra, India Ausa Vidhan Sabha constituency Ausa Udine, a river in Italy Ausa river, in San Marino and Italy Ausa, older name for Vic, a city in Catalonia, Spain

Dohrn

Dohrn may refer to: People Anton Dohrn 1840-1909, German biologist and Darwinist Bernardine Dohrn born 1942, American political radical Heinrich Wolfgang Ludwig Dohrn 1838-1913, German entomologist Walt Dohrn born 1970, American voice actor, scre ...

ETN

ETN may refer to: E.T.N.: The Extraterrestrial Nasty, a 1967 American horror film Erie Times-News, a daily newspaper in Erie, Pennsylvania Europe Trust Netherlands Exchange-traded note Eaton Corporation, an American industrial manufacturer Easter ...

Daran

Daran Boonyasak born 1979, Thai actress Daran Norris born 1964, American actor Daran Little born 1966, BAFTA Award-winning British television writer

Al-Ahly (disambiguation)

Al Ahly basketball, Egypt Shabab Al Ahli, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli Jeddah basketball, Saudi Arabia Al-Ahli Benghazi basketball club, Libya

TV1

TV1, TV One or TVOne may refer to: TvOne Indonesia, an Indonesian television station TV1 Malaysia TVNZ 1 formerly TV One, New Zealand TV1 Canada, a group of community channels operated by Bell Canada services TRT 1, Turkey TV1 Lithuania Yle TV1, ...

TBL

tbl, a UNIX preprocessor that formats tables TRANS.TBL, a file on Compact Disc computer filesystems .TBL, a file extension for a table in List of filename extensions S–Z

Zak

Zak may refer to: People: ZAK, pseudonym of Belgian cartoonist Jacques Moeraert, see List of cartoonists Zak surname, a surname of Russian origin Zak, a Polish surname Zak given name Zak, a Czech surname Fictional characters: Zak Adama, on the re ...

Central South

Central South may refer to Transport Central South Station, proposed Mass Transit Railway station in Hong Kong Central South African Railways Geography South Central China, or literally "Central South" 中南 in Chinese, a region of the Peoples Rep ...

White Shadow

The White Shadow TV series, a 1970s American television series about a school basketball team White Shadow film, a 2013 Tanzanian film The White Shadow film, a 1923 British film

Flava

Flava, yellow or blond in Latin or flavor in English slang, may refer to: Flava radio, a New Zealand radio station Full Flava, a British company producing R&B and Soul records Bongo flava, the nickname for the Tanzanian R&B/hip hop music ...

TGA

TGA may refer to: Thermogravimetric analysis, materials testing procedure Therapeutic Goods Administration, Australian regulatory body Thalamogeniculate artery, intracranial artery in human anatomy The Gaslight Anthem, American rock band Top Gear ...

TV4

TV4 or TV 4 may refer to: TV4 Group, owners of the Swedish television station TV4 Poland, a private Polish television station TV4 Sweden, a Swedish television network Television 4, a digital advertorial datacasting service TV4, the state network ...

Alik

Gven name Alik Magin, Australian rules footballer Alik Haydarow born 1981, Turkmenistan footballer Alik Gershon born 1980, Ukraine-born Israeli chess grandmaster Alik Cavaliere 1926–1998, Italian sculptor Alik Gunashian or Gyunashyan born 1955, A ...

Golden Age (disambiguation)

Golden Age refers to a mythological period of primeval human existence perceived as an ideal state when human beings were pure and free from suffering. Golden Age may also refer to: Golden age metaphor, the classical term used as a metaphor for a ...

TVL

TVL or tvl can refer to: Television lines, image resolution specification Yamaha SA503 TVL guitar, named for Van Leeuwen TV Licensing, trade name used by BBC subcontractors operating in the UK Troy Van Leeuwen, known as TVL Tuvaluan language code ...

Shark Bay (disambiguation)

Shark Bay Marine Park, a marine park located adjacent to the World Heritage Area Shark Bay Sea World, a shark exhibit at Sea World, Gold Coast, Queensland Shire of Shark Bay, a local government area located adjacent to the World Heritage Area Sha ...

Erik Jensen

Erik Jensen may refer to: Erik Jensen writer, author and journalist, co-writer of 2019 film Acute Misfortune Erik Kuld Jensen 1925–2004, Danish football player Erik Jensen politician, see United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahar ...

Road to nowhere

Maryland Route 10 or the Arundel Expressway, Maryland a stretch of unused dual carriageway in Yate, England the access road to a proposed Gravina Island Bridge in Alaska; the bridge was never built Illinois Route 137, a section called the Amstutz ...

Talentless Nana

Talentless Nana is a Japanese manga series, written by Looseboy and illustrated by Iori Furuya. It has been serialized in Square Enixs shōnen manga magazine Monthly Shōnen Gangan since May 2016 and has been collected in five tankōbon volumes. The ...

Otherside Picnic

Otherside Picnic is a Japanese science fiction yuri novel series, written by Iori Miyazawa and illustrated by shirakaba. Hayakawa Publishing have released four volumes since February 2017. A manga adaptation with art by Eita Mizuno has been seria ...

AFT

Aft is a naval term meaning towards the stern of the ship. AFT may also refer to: Afghanistan Time Advanced Format technologies AFT UAV Accelerated failure time model Automatic fine tuning After the Thrones Autonomous flight termination Ali Farka ...

Boria

Boriya is a village located in Jamkandorna Block of Rajkot district in Gujarat. Situated in rural region of Rajkot district of Gujarat, it is one among the 47 villages of Jamkandorna Block of Rajkot district. As per the administration register, t ...

Leatherneck (disambiguation)

Lou Diamond 1890–1951, USMC Master Gunnery Sergeant, nicknamed "Mr. Leatherneck" Leatherneck Magazine, a magazine for current and former members of the U.S. Marine Corps Camp Leatherneck, a U.S. Marine Corps base in Afghanistan The Leatherneck, t ...

Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Woolloongabba, Brisbane, Queensland Holy Trinity Parish Hall, Fortitude Valley Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Herberton, Queensland Holy Trinity Rectory, Fortitude Valley Holy Trinity Church, Mackay, Queensland Holy T ...

Broadway Theatre

Broadway Theatre 53rd Street New Theatre Comique or Broadway Theatre Broadway Theatre 41st Street 1888–1929 Old Broadway Theatre or Broadway Theatre, 1847–1859 Wallacks Theatre or Broadway Theatre 1864–1869 Dalys Theatre 30th St. or Broadway Thea ...

Gaumont

Gaumont Film Company founded 1895, French company in film production and distribution Gaumont International Television, American television division of the above Gaumont Buena Vista International 1993–2004, joint film distribution of Gaumont and ...

South Air Force

The South Air Force was a military unit of the Argentine Air Force that controlled air units during the Falklands War. The Strategic Air Command created the South Air Force to command the military air operations in south of Argentina. The chief o ...

Teatro Nacional

Teatro Nacional may refer to: Argentina Teatro Nacional Cervantes Brazil Teatro Nacional Brasilia Costa Rica Teatro Nacional San Jose Cuba National Theatre of Cuba Dominican Republic Teatro Nacional Santo Domingo El Salvador Teatro Nacional San S ...

BNA

BNA may refer to: British Newspaper Archive Burnage railway station, England National Rail station code Banco de la Nacion Argentina BNA Records, a record label Nashville International Airport IATA airport code Bahrain News Agency, the state news ...

Shot in the Dark

LIdiote, or A Shot in the Dark, a play by Marcel Achard, adapted for the 1964 film

Sideshow (disambiguation)

A sideshow is an extra, secondary production associated with a circus, carnival or fair etc. Sideshow may also refer to: Sideshow alley, an Australian term for amusements Sideshow automobile exhibition, an illegal automotive skills event

Such Is Life (1929 film)

Such Is Life is a 1929 Czech drama film directed by Carl Junghans and starring Vera Baranovskaya, Theodor Pistek and Mana Zeniskova. The German director Carl Junghans was unable to secure funding in his native country, but eventually found an inv ...

Aťka Janouskova

Janouskova was born in 1930 in Prague to Rudolf Janousek, a jeweller. She was enthused by ballet and acting. While she was a grammar school student, her parents were sent to a concentration camp and only her mother returned. During the Second Wor ...

Hector Angulo

Hector Angulo was a Cuban composer who combined in his works the result of deep studies about Afro-Cuban folklore and the most modern techniques of musical composition.

TLS

Thread-local storage, a mechanism for allocating variables in computer science Transport Layer Security, a cryptographic protocol for secure computer network communication Transparent LAN Service, a transparent data link connecting remote Etherne ...

Roxy Theatre

Roxy Theatre, Parramatta, a heritage-listed theatre in Parramatta, Sydney, New South Wales Roxy Community Theatre in Leeton, New South Wales, originally called the Roxy Theatre Roxy Theatre Warner Bros. Movie World, a movie theatre within Warner ...

Apollo Theatre (disambiguation)

Apollo Theatre, in the West End of London New Theatre Oxford, formerly known as the Apollo Theatre, in Oxford O 2 Apollo Manchester, formerly known as the Manchester Apollo, in Manchester Apollo Victoria Theatre, in Victoria, London

Duke of Yorks

Duke of Yorks can refer to: The Duke of Yorks Headquarters, a former military barracks in Chelsea, London, originally the premises of the above school Duke of York Inn, Toronto, a pub/restaurant in a historic 19th century inn in Toronto Duke of Y ...

Boho

Boho Interactive, science-theatre performance ensemble based in Canberra, Australia Boho-chic, a fashion style of the early 21st century BoHo Theatre, the Bohemian Theatre Ensemble based in Chicago, Illinois Boho, short for "Bohemian", see Bohemi ...

Robert Woodruff

Robert Woodruff may refer to: Bobby Woodruff born 1940, English former footballer Robert W. Woodruff 1889–1985, philanthropist and long-time president of The Coca-Cola Company Robert Eastman Woodruff 1884–1957, president of Erie Railroad, 1939–19 ...