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Will Powell (racing driver)

Will Powell is a British racing driver and businessman. He is the Managing Director of Motus One, a motorsport marketing company. He races for the Brabham Motorsport team.

Scott Martin

Scott Martin may refer to: Scott Martin footballer born 1997, Scottish footballer Hibernian FC Scott Martin racing driver born 1993, British racing driver Scott Martin Pennsylvania politician, member of the Pennsylvania Senate Scott Martin co-dri ...

Gareth Roberts

Gareth Roberts may refer to: Gareth Roberts rugby player born 1959, Welsh rugby player Gareth Roberts footballer born 1978, Welsh football player Gareth Roberts statistician born 1964, British professor and Director of the Centre for Research in ...

2020 Mini Challenge UK

The 2020 Quaife Mini Challenge season was the nineteenth season of the Mini Challenge UK. The season started on 28 March at Donington Park and ended on 20 October at Donington Park. The season featured sixteen rounds across the UK, all the JCW Cl ...

Dane Valley Way

The Dane Valley Way is a long-distance footpath through Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire, England. It runs from the Pavilion Gardens in Buxton to the end of the River Dane, where it enters the River Weaver in Northwich.

SSCS

SSCS may refer to: Service Station Computer Systems, office management software Sea Shepherd Conservation Society South Suburban Co-operative Society, a retail co-operative in south London, Surrey and Kent Sutherland Shire Christian School South ...

Britannica (disambiguation)

Papyrus Larousse Britannica, a Greek language encyclopedia Malayalam Britannica, a reference work in the Malayalam language Biographia Britannica, a multi-volume biographical compendium Monumenta Historica Britannica, an incomplete work by Henry ...

List of seawatching locations by country

Woodman Point, Cockburn Halls Head, Mandurah Cape Naturaliste near Dunsborough North Mole, Fremantle West end of Rottnest Island, Rottnest Island Point Peron, Rockingham

Hanging tree (disambiguation)

A hanging tree is any tree used to perform executions by hanging. Hanging tree or The Hanging Tree may also refer to: Gallows, a frame for carrying out execution by hanging

Sterilization

Sterilization may refer to: Soil steam sterilization, a farming technique that sterilizes soil with steam in open fields or greenhouses Sterilization economics, central bank operations aimed at neutralizing foreign exchange operations impact on d ...

Wensleydale (disambiguation)

Wensleydale is a valley or dale in the Yorkshire Dales, England. Wensleydale may also refer to: Wensleydale railway line Australia, a line which served Wensleydale, Victoria between 1890 and 1948 Wensleydale Railway, a railway line running throug ...

Ballybeg

Ballybeg is an anglicisation of the Irish language term, Baile Beag, which means "Little Town". Ballybeg is the name of a number of small townlands and villages in Ireland, including:

Mourne

Mourne Wall, built around the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland Mourne Abbey, a small parish just south of Mallow, County Cork, Ireland Mourne barony, in County Down, Northern Ireland Mourne Mountains, located in County Down in the south-east ...

Oldtown

England Oldtown, Barnsley, South Yorkshire Northern Ireland Oldtown, County Antrim, a townland in County Antrim Republic of Ireland Oldtown, Letterkenny Oldtown, Dublin Oldtown, Castlelost, a townland in the civil parish of Castlelost, barony of ...

East Virginia

East Virginia or Eastern Virginia may refer to: a fictional location containing Grantville, which used various names the Eastern part of Virginia, very roughly comprising the Tidewater region of Virginia a fictional location in the comic strip Sh ...

Outland

Outland may refer to: Outland comic strip, a comic strip written and illustrated by Berkeley Breathed Outland Warcraft, a remnant of Draenor, a world in the fictional Warcraft universe Outland JoKleBa album, 2014 Outland Gary Numan album, a 1991 ...

Montgomery County

All counties below except those with a note beside them were named after Richard Montgomery, a hero of the American Revolutionary War Montgomery County, Alabama, named for Lemuel P. Montgomery, a casualty of the Creek War Montgomery County, Penns ...

Lackawanna

Lackawanna Coal Mine, a former mine redeveloped as a museum in Scranton, Pennsylvania Lackawanna State Forest, former name of Pinchot State Forest Lackawanna State Park, in northeastern Pennsylvania Lackawanna College, a college in Scranton, Penn ...

Frankford

Frankford was/is the name of several places: Canada Frankford, Ontario United States Frankford Candy & Chocolate Company Frankford Yellow Jackets, a former National Football League team based there Frankford, Missouri Frankford, Philadelphia, Pen ...

Winton

19384 Winton, an asteroid named for Nicholas Winton

USA-261

USA-261, also referred to as Orbital Test Vehicle 4 or AFSPC-5, is the second flight of the second Boeing X-37B, an American unmanned vertical-takeoff, horizontal-landing spaceplane. It was launched to low Earth orbit aboard an Atlas V rocket fro ...

Flyby

Flyby may refer to: Gravity assist, a spaceflight maneuver Planetary flyby, a type of interplanetary spacecraft mission Fly-by, circuit topology used in DDR3 SDRAM memory technology Flypast or flyover, a celebratory display or ceremonial flight F ...

Flyover

Flyover may refer to: Flyovers play, a play by Jeffrey Sweet FlyOver ride, a set of attractions by Viad Corporation Flyover reconnaissance, close-up aircraft reconnaissance Aerial survey Flyover rights, the right to fly over a foreign country wit ...

Krishna Rao

Krishna Rao or Krishnarao is an Indian full name based on the given name Krishna and the surname Rao. Shamsher Bahadur I Krishna Rao, Maratha noble Krishna Rao journalist, Indian journalist and political analyst Krishna Rao director, film/televis ...

Guild (disambiguation)

Europa 1400: The Guild, a video game Guild computer gaming, an organized group of players who regularly play video games together Guild video game series, game compilations Guild01 and Guild02 from Level-5 The Guild 2, sequel to Europa 1400: The ...

Norman Fucking Rockwell (film)

Norman Fucking Rockwell is a short music film by American singer Lana Del Rey. The film features three songs off of Del Reys album of the same name. It was released on YouTube on December 20, 2019.

Twentysomething

Twenty something or twentysomething may refer to: Twentysomething album, by Jamie Cullum Twenty Something, a Pan Arab television show about local arts and culture, broadcast weekly on Dubai One starting January 17, 2010 "Twenty-something", a 2016 ...

Hellraiser (disambiguation)

Hellraiser may refer to: Hellraiser comics comic books set in the Hellraiser storylines Hellraiser film series any of many sequels to the 1987 Hellraiser Hellraiser, a 1987 British horror film The Hellraiser, a Welsh heavy metal band "Hellraiser" ...

Something Unforgivable

Something Unforgivable is the tenth and final episode of the fifth season of the AMC television series Better Call Saul, the spinoff series of Breaking Bad. The episode aired on April 20, 2020 on AMC in the United States and Canada. Outside of th ...

Movie TV Tech Geeks

Movie TV Tech Geeks is an online entertainment news website which was launched in 2010. The site offers news in the field of television, films, video games, technology, politics, and film theories. It was founded by Indie Genius Productions and i ...

Yujing (disambiguation)

Yujing Feng, China; an ultra-tall mountain, see List of Ultras of Tibet, East Asia and neighbouring areas Yu Jing Chinese: 玉井 ; pinyin: Yùjǐng ; Jade Well, a Chinese asterism in the IAU constellations of Orion and Eridanus; in the Chinese celes ...

Scotia Sea Islands tundra

The Scotia Sea Islands tundra is a tundra ecoregion which includes several island groups – South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, South Shetland Islands, and Bouvet Island – in the Scotia Sea, where the South Atlantic Ocean meets the South ...

Yellow Sea saline meadow

The Yellow Sea saline meadow ecoregion covers a thin strip of wetlands between the Shandong Peninsula and the mouth of the Yangtze River on the coast of the East China Sea. The plants of the region are adapted to the wet, saline soils transitioni ...

Qin Ling Mountains deciduous forests

The Qin Ling Mountains deciduous forests ecoregion covers the Qin Mountains, which run west-to-east across central China. The mountains effectively divide the biological regions of China into north and south. To the north is the Yellow River basi ...

Madeira evergreen forests

The Madeira evergreen forests is a temperate broadleaf and mixed forests ecoregion of southwestern Europe. It encompasses the archipelago of Madeira and some nearby islands in the Atlantic Ocean. The islands are an autonomous region of Portugal, ...

Helanshan montane conifer forests

The Helanshan montane conifer forests ecoregion covers an isolated, forested mountain range surrounded by desert and semi-arid basins. As such, it has been called a "mountain island in the sky", and supports endemic species of plants and animals. ...

Changjiang Plain evergreen forests

The Changjiang Plain evergreen forests ecoregion covers the plain of the Yangtze River from where it leaves the mountains at the Three Gorges in the west, to the mouth of the Yangtze at the East China Sea. This plain is one of the most densely po ...

Charles Hoffman

Charles Hoffman may refer to: Charles Hoffman politician born 1960, Republican member of the South Dakota House of Representatives Charles Hoffman screenwriter 1911–1972, film and TV writer Charles Fenno Hoffman 1806–1884, American poet Charles E ...

Jeanne Beaman

Jeanne Hays Beaman was an American pioneer of computational choreography, creating the piece Random Dances in 1964 by using an IBM 7070 computer to select and order movement instructions from three lists. Her 1965 article "Computer Dance" was wid ...

Manubhai Jodhani

Manubhai Lallubhai Jodhani was a Gujarati writer, folklorist, ornithologist, botanist and editor from Gujarat, India. He had published more than 15 books.

Roseline Granet

In 1987 Granet was commissioned by the city of Paris to produce a statue of the French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre, which was placed permanently in the courtyard of the Bibliotheque nationale de France in Paris. In 2005, she created a bust of th ...

V. Anusuya Bai

V. Anusuya Bai is an Indian former track and field athlete. She won the Arjuna Award in 1975 and four gold medals at International Athletics Meet in Pakistan in 1976. She was born in Chennai, India. She represented India at the 1973 Summer Univer ...

Harish Chandra Burnwal

Harish Chandra Burnwal or Harish Chandra Barnwal is an Indian writer and Journalist. He was awarded by Bharatendu Harishchandra Awards for his famous work Television ki Bhasha in 2011.

Seetimaarr

Seetimaarr is an upcoming Indian Telugu-language sports action film directed by Sampath Nandi which stars Gopichand paired with Digangana Suryavanshi, Tamannaah and Bhumika Chawla. The film marks first collaboration of lead actors and second coll ...

Synthetic Sati

Synthetic Sati is a Bengali short film directed by Rishav Ghosh, who was 19 when the film was made. He previously directed Agamani, Drishtika: I See You, The Headphone. The film was mainly released and shown in various film festivals. The film st ...

Sus, Pune

Sus is a neighborhood in the Pune Metropolitan Area. It is located in the north-west area of the city. Earlier a small village, Sus is being increasingly urbanised. The neighbourhood falls under the jurisdiction of the Pune Municipal Corporation. ...

Carolyn Reidy

Carolyn Kroll Reidy was an American business executive who served as president and CEO of the American publishing company Simon & Schuster. While chief executive, Reidy was named the publishing industrys Person of the Year by the trade publicatio ...

Red Rock

Red Rock railway station, a former railway station in the Red Rock area of Standish, England

Great Bear

The term Great Bear can refer to: The Great Bear play, a 1951 play, never produced, by John Osborne The Great Bear film, a 2011 Danish film Great Bear roller coaster, an inverted steel roller coaster at Hersheypark in Hershey, Pennsylvania Ursa M ...

NEFFEX

Neffex is an American musical duo composed of Bryce Savage and Cameron Wales. They produce remixes and original songs characterized by a mixture of electronic and rap genres. Bryce sings whereas Cameron creates the instrumental and does the editi ...