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Slavic Orpheus

Slavic Orpheus is a theatrical play by Serbian playwright Zoran Stefanovic, in which the ancient Balkan-Thracian myth is interpreted in the language of geopolitics, Slavic rituals and science fiction. The theatrical premiere was performed in Nort ...

Dimitrije Daskal

Painter Dimitrije Daskal was the founder and head of the Dimitrijevic-Rafailovic family of painters whose ten members, from the end of the seventeenth to the second half of the nineteenth century, worked icons and murals on the southern coast of ...

Circe (disambiguation)

Dome C, also known as Dome Circe, a summit or dome of the Antarctic Ice Sheet Mount Circe, a mountain peak in Antarctica 34 Circe, a large, main-belt asteroid

List of UNESCO Global Geoparks in North America

In North America, there is no regional geopark network so far. As of 2020, there are three UNESCO Global Geoparks in Canada and several aspiring geoparks projects going on, under the framework of the Canadian Geoparks Network. In the United State ...

Billy Griffiths (writer)

Billy Griffiths, also known as William Griffiths, is an Australian historian and writer, known for his book Deep Time Dreaming: Uncovering Ancient Australia. As of April 2020, he is a lecturer at Deakin University in Victoria, and Associate Inves ...

Agenda 2063

Agenda 2063 is a set of initiatives proposed and currently under implementation by the African Union. It was adopted on 31 January 2015 at the 24th Ordinary Assembly of the Heads of State and Governments of the African Union in Addis Abeba. The c ...

Transcontinental

The Transcontinental, a South Australian weekly newspaper published in Port Augusta TC Transcontinental, a publishing, media and marketing company based in Canada, a subsidiary of Transcontinental Inc "Transcontinental", a song by the band Pedro ...

Submerge

Submerge means to be covered by something, such as being underwater: Submerged arc welding Ceratophyllum submersum, submerged, free-floating, aquatic plant Submersisphaeria, submerged fungi genus Submersible Submerged forest Submerged floating tu ...

Sacred (disambiguation)

A sacred entity is one endowed with religious significance. Sacred may also refer to: Sacred Paradox album, 2004 Sacred video game, a 2004 PC Action-RPG, that takes place on the magical continent of Ancaria "Sacred", a song by Nina Nesbitt from t ...

CFB

CFB may refer to: Clube de Futebol "Os Belenenses", a football club in Portugal College football Continental flood basalt, large volumes of dominantly tholeiitic basalt on continents Circulating fluidized bed combustion Complement factor B, a pro ...

EU (disambiguation)

Experience Unlimited, an American go-go band Europa Universalis, a computer game series Star Wars Expanded Universe EU band, a Russian electronic band E.U. TV series, a Hong Kong television show Entropia Universe, a virtual universe

Free Dadra and Nagar Haveli

Free Dadra and Nagar Havel was a de-facto state that existed in the Indian Sub-continent between 1954 and 1961. It was declared by pro-India forces that had gained control of the region from Portugal in 1954 and ceased to exist after being formal ...

Marriage bed of Henry VII

The marriage bed of Henry VII was a bed designed and built for use on the night of his marriage to Elizabeth of York on 18 January 1486. The marriage symbolised the end of the War of the Roses by joining Henrys House of Lancaster to Elizabeths Ho ...

Crusoe Kuningbal

Crusoe Kuningbal or Guningbal was an Aboriginal artist from Maningrida in the Northern Territory of Australia known for a pointillist technique and tall, slim sculptures of mimih spirits. In addition to his art, Kuningbal was a prominent cultural ...

Coast (disambiguation)

Coast Region, a region in Tanzania Coast PAT station, a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny Countys light rail network Coast at Lakeshore East, a Chicago residential skyscraper The Coast, Newark, New Jersey, a neighborhood in Newark, New J ...

Sacred Defense cinema

Sacred Defense cinema refers to a genre of Iranian films that deals with various aspects of the Iran-Iraq war of 1980–1988. Although little noticed in the West, the genre has produced more than 200 movies. The first examples of Sacred Defence cin ...

Media center

JRiver Media Center, a multimedia application for Windows computers Windows Media Center, Microsoft PC software application for home theater Western Digital Media Center Kodi, open source media center, cross-platform software formerly named XBMC ...

Lionel Deraniyagala

Lionel Danthanarayana), popularly as stage name Lionel Deraniyagala, was an actor in Sri Lankan cinema and theater. One of the most popular villain artists ever in Sri Lankan film history, he had a career for more than three decades as the antago ...

Star TV

Star TV may refer to: Estrella TV Spanish for Star TV, the American Spanish-language network E! Canadian TV channel formerly Star!, a Canadian entertainment news channel Las Estrellas Spanish for The Stars, the Mexican television network Star Ind ...

Rasha Salti

Rasha Salti is a researcher, writer, and curator of art and film. She lives and works between Beirut and Berlin. Salti co-curated many film programs at public institutions, including ArteEast, Lincoln Center and Museum of Modern Art in New York, ...

Bargaining (film)

Bargaining is an upcoming South Korean thriller film directed by Yim Soon-rye, starring Hwang Jung-min, Hyun Bin and Kang Ki-young.

Michael Donovan (disambiguation)

Michael Donovan is a TV voice actor. Michael Donovan may also refer to: Mike Donovan baseball 1881–1938, American baseball player Mike Donovan, character in the science fiction TV series V, played by Marc Singer Professor Mike Donovan 1847–1918, ...

Geometric Folding Algorithms

Geometric Folding Algorithms: Linkages, Origami, Polyhedra is a monograph on the mathematics and computational geometry of mechanical linkages, paper folding, and polyhedral nets, by Erik Demaine and Joseph ORourke. It was published in 2007 by Ca ...

A History of Folding in Mathematics

A History of Folding in Mathematics: Mathematizing the Margins is a book in the history of mathematics on the mathematics of paper folding. It was written by Michael Friedman and published in 2018 by Birkhauser as volume 59 of their Historial Stu ...

Geometric Exercises in Paper Folding

Geometric Exercises in Paper Folding is a book on the mathematics of paper folding. It was written by Indian mathematician T. Sundara Row, first published in India in 1893, and later republished in many other editions. Its topics include paper co ...

Professor (Money Heist)

The Professor is a fictional character in the Netflix series Money Heist, portrayed by Alvaro Morte. In the TV show he is a main character, he is the mastermind of the heist who assembled the group, and Berlins brother.

Punk

Cyberpunk derivatives, subgenres of speculative fiction with universes built on one particular technology that is extrapolated to a highly sophisticated level, a gritty transreal urban style, or a particular approach to social themes Nanopunk Pos ...

AVP

Aruban Peoples Party Arubaanse Volkspartij/Partido di Pueblo Arubano AVP Research Foundation National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs, aka Anti-Violence Project/Program Association of Volleyball Professionals Alternatives to Violence Project

Jess Hill (writer)

Jess Hill is an Australian investigative journalist. In 2020, she won the Stella Prize for her non-fiction work See What You Made Me Do: Power, Control and Domestic Abuse.

Blood Feud

Blood Feud 1983 film, a TV miniseries starring Robert Blake "Blood Feud", an episode of The Rough Riders "Blood Feud" The Simpsons, a 1991 episode of The Simpsons Pumpkinhead: Blood Feud, a 2007 television horror film Blood Feud 1978 film, an Ita ...

Opus 300

Opus 300 is a collection by American writer and scientist Isaac Asimov. It was published by Houghton Mifflin in the United States in 1984, and by Robert Hale Ltd in the United Kingdom in 1985. Asimov chose to celebrate the publication of his thre ...

Reader

Microsoft Reader An e-reader, a device or software for viewing e-books Bible Reader for Palm, a discontinued PDA application Sony Reader Amazon Kindle Adobe Reader now Adobe Acrobat, a PDF reader A card reader, for extracting data from various fo ...

Using the Borsuk–Ulam Theorem

Using the Borsuk–Ulam Theorem: Lectures on Topological Methods in Combinatorics and Geometry is a graduate-level mathematics textbook in topological combinatorics. It describes the use of results in topology, and in particular the Borsuk–Ulam the ...

Anar Iskandarov

Anar Iskandarov is an Azerbaijani historian. He earned a PhD in historical sciences. He is a professor and Chief of the department of "Source Study, Historiography and Methods" of Baku State University.

Anthony Brown (scientist)

Anthony Brown is an astronomer at the University of Leiden most noted for leading the Gaia project’s Data Processing and Analysis Consortium. He was listed in the 2018 Natures 10 as one of the Ten people who mattered this year by the scientific j ...

Wiki (disambiguation)

.wiki, a generic top-level domain overseen by ICANN Wikipedia, a wiki encyclopedia sometimes referred to as "wiki" Wikimedia movement, or Wikimedia, the global community of contributors to Wikimedia Foundation projects PBworks formerly PBwiki, a ...

Notion

Notion may refer to: Notion philosophy, a reflection in the mind of real objects and phenomena in their essential features and relations Notion ancient city, a Greek city-state on the west coast of Anatolia Notions sewing, small articles used in ...

S23

S23 may refer to: S23-Wiki, a project giving statistics about wikis Patent Reform Act of 2011, America Invents Act, a bill introduced in the 112th United States Congress. HMS Repulse S23, a 1967 British Royal Navys Resolution-class ballistic miss ...

Shree Saini (activist)

Shree Saini is a beauty pageant queen and motivational speaker who has overcome having a heart pacemaker and suffering facial burns from a car accident.

List of My Little Pony: Equestria Girls animations

The following is a list of animated works as commissioned by Allspark Animation as a part of My Little Pony: Equestria Girls toy line and media franchise, which is a spin-off of the 2010 incarnation of Hasbros My Little Pony. The productions, esp ...

How to Train Your Dragon: Homecoming

How to Train Your Dragon: Homecoming is a 2019 American computer-animated short film by DreamWorks Animation and directed by Tim Johnson. An epilogue to the How to Train Your Dragon series set after its third film, it aired on NBC as a holiday sp ...

Ronnie Raymond (character)

Ronald "Ronnie" Raymond is a fictional character, a comic book character published by DC Comics known as one of the superheroes called Firestorm, normally fused together with Martin Stein or Jason Reich as the character. He first appeared in Fire ...

Find Me in Your Memory

Find Me in Your Memory is a 2020 South Korean television series starring Kim Dong-wook and Moon Ga-young. It premiered on MBC TV at 20:55 time slot on March 18, 2020.

Speeches by Michael Crichton

Michael Crichton, although primarily known as a novelist, was also a popular public speaker. Michael Crichton delivered a number of notable speeches in his lifetime, particularly on the topic of Global Warming. Mediasaurus The Decline of Conventi ...

Outer Banks (TV series)

Outer Banks is an American action–adventure mystery teen drama web television series created by Josh Pate, Jonas Pate, and Shannon Burke that premiered on Netflix on April 15, 2020.

First Unitarian Church of Rochester (building)

The First Unitarian Church of Rochester is a building that was designed by Louis Kahn and completed in 1962. It is located at 220 Winton Road South in Rochester, New York, U.S. The congregation it houses is a member of the Unitarian Universalist ...

Hidden History of the Human Race

Hidden History of the Human Race is the second studio album of Denver-based death metal group Blood Incantation, consisting of vocalist and guitarist Paul Riedl, guitarist Morris Kolontyrsky, drummer Isaac Faulk and bassist Jeff Barrett. All of t ...

Dale Bailey

Dale Frederick Bailey is an American author of speculative fiction, including science fiction, fantasy and horror, active in the field since 1993. He writes as Dale Bailey.

Black box (disambiguation)

A black box is a device, object, or system whose inner workings are unknown; only the "stimuli inputs" and "output reactions" are known characteristics. Black box may also refer to:

Laura Martin Rose

Rose was born in 1862 near Pulaski, Tennessee, the town where the Ku Klux Klan would be formed three years later. After her marriage she often identified herself with her husbands name, as Mrs. S. E. F. Rose. Rose wrote a pamphlet, called Origins ...