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Interact

Interact may refer to: Rotary Interact, a service club for youths that is part of Rotary International InterACT Disability Arts Festival, a three-day New Zealand event begun in 2011 InterAct Ministries, a U.S. missionary agency focusing on the No ...

Samp (disambiguation)

Samp is dried and partially broken maize kernels. Samp or SAMP may also refer to: An open source software stack comparable to LAMP software bundle Wawrzyniec Samp born 1939, Polish artist Security Attribute Modulation Protocol, a network protocol ...

Greenhouse (disambiguation)

Greenhouse may refer to: Greenhouse and icehouse Earth, periods when the greenhouse effect is dominant or absent Greenhouse debt, the measure to which an entity exceeds its permitted greenhouse footprint Greenhouse effect, the effects on a planet ...

Follow the Sun

Follow the Sun may refer to: Follow-the-sun, in software development Follow the Sun, a 2013 Kahil ElZabar album Follow the Sun, a 1951 biographical film Follow the Sun, a 2012 Evermore album Follow the Sun, a 2017 compilation album of Australian ...

Teletype (disambiguation)

The teletype, or teleprinter, is a device used for communicating text over telegraph lines, public switched telephone network, Telex, radio, or satellite links. Teletype may also refer to:

All-seeing eye (disambiguation)

The all-seeing eye is a symbol that represents the eye of God watching over humanity. All-seeing eye may also refer to: All-Seeing Eye, a device in the video game The Conduit The All Seeing Eye, a 1965 jazz album by Wayne Shorter Eye of Sauron, a ...

Yellow-fin

Yellow-fin may refer to one of the following species of fish: Yellowfin croaker, a fish in the family Sciaenidae Yellowfin bream, several fishes in the family Sparidae Yellowfin seabream, several fishes in the family Sparidae Yellowfin madtom, a ...

Ill See You in My Dreams

Ill See You in My Dreams may refer to: "Ill See You In My Dreams" Giant song, a greatest hit power ballad Ill See You in My Dreams 2003 film, a horror short film made in 2003, directed by Miguel Angel Vivas Ill See You in My Dreams 1951 film, a m ...

Sky High

Sky High 2005 film, a 2005 American Disney live-action comedic superhero family film Sky High TV series, a live-action, supernatural Japanese television drama series Sky High 1986 film, an American comedy film Sky High 2003 film, a supernatural a ...

The Last Outpost

The Last Outpost may refer to: Gundam W G-Unit: Last Outpost, the Tokyopop release of the manga side story Gundam Wing Dual Story: G-UNIT "The Last Outpost" Star Trek: The Next Generation, a first season episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation ...

Gallery of Montparnasse

The Gallery of Montparnasse is a public contemporary art gallery in Paris, France. Located in the Montparnasse area, it is run by the city council of the 14th arrondissement of Paris. The gallery was the first to introduce abstract expressionism ...

The Dam Busters

The Dam Busters may refer to: The Dam Busters video game, a 1984 video game loosely based on Operation Chastise Operation Chastise, an attack by the RAF on German dams in World War II The Dam Busters book, a 1951 book by Paul Brickhill about Oper ...

Warpath

Warpath may refer to: Warpath film, a 1951 Cavalry Western film directed by Byron Haskin Warpath novel, a 2003 novel by Jeffry Scott Hansen Warpath Boris album So-called "Indian Warpaths", that are part of the Great Trail, used also for peaceful ...

Michael Drake

Michael Drake may refer to: Michael Julian Drake 1946–2011, American astronomer Michael Drake, American baseball player, see List of 2006 Seattle Mariners draft picks Michael Rusty Drake, BA Fine Art, Illustration: Art Center College of Design. 1 ...

DS2

Dungeon Siege II, a 2005 action role-playing game Dark Souls II, a 2014 action role-playing video game Darksiders II, a 2012 action role-playing hack and slash game SimCity DS 2, 2008 city-building game for the Nintendo DS Dark Seed II, a 1995 ad ...

Sally Robinson

Sally Robinson is an English-born Australian artist. She has had a long career as a portrait artist and designer, painter and printmaker, teacher and lecturer. Her work is represented in private and public collections around Australia.

Deep End

The Deep End Madrugada album, 2005 "The Deep End", a song by Crossfade from the album Crossfade Deep End, a 2018 song by Lykke Li, from the album So Sad So Sexy Deep End, a 1975 album by Isotope Deep End band, a rock band The Deep End, Volume 1, ...

Philip Hearnshaw

Philip Hearnshaw was an acclaimed Australian film maker best known for his work with George Miller and Doug Mitchell.

The Continental

The Continental may refer to: "The Continental", a song by Prince from the Love Symbol Album The Continental 1952 TV series, a 1952–53 television series on CBS "The Continental" song, a popular song and winner of the first Academy Award for Best ...

Flat top

Flattop Island Nunavut, Canada Flat Top, Bibb County, Alabama Flattop Island, in the San Juan Islands of the U.S. state of Washington. Flat Top Manor, manor near Blowing Rock, North Carolina Flat Top Georgia, a mountain in Rabun County, Georgia, ...

Wilma

Typhoon Wilma 1952, a tropical cyclone of the 1953 Pacific typhoon season Hurricane Wilma, a tropical cyclone of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season Cyclone Wilma, a tropical cyclone of the 2010–11 South Pacific cyclone season

Rahi

Ved Rahi, an Indian film director Sultan Rahi, a Pakistani film actor Bechara Boutros al-Rahi, Maronite Patriarch of Antioch from 2011 Chander Singh Rahi, an Indian folk singer from Uttarakhand Yamila Diaz-Rahi, an Argentine supermodel

Clavier

Clavier may refer to: Clavia DMI, a Swedish manufacturer of electronic musical instruments Christian Clavier born 1952, French actor Clavier, Liege, a municipality in Liege, Belgium keyboard instrument fortepiano Klavier Gavin, a character from t ...

Vicente Andre Gomes

Vicente Andre Gomes was a Brazilian politician and physician with a specialization in cardiology from the state of Pernambuco.

Jacare

Edson Cardoso, a pagode dancer, nicknamed Jacare Ronaldo Souza born 1979, Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioner and mixed martial artist, nicknamed Jacare Romero Cavalcanti born 1952, Brazilian jiu-jitsu instructor, nicknamed Jacare

Five Fingers

Five Fingers 2005 film, a Malayalam film by Sanjeev Raj starring Kunchacko Boban and Karthika 5 Fingers, a 1952 film directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Five Fingers 2006 film, a film written by Chad Thumann and Laurence Malkin and directed by Malk ...

Zulia (disambiguation)

Colombia El Zulia, a municipality in the department of Norte de Santander Zulia River, a river on the border with Venezuela Venezuela Zulia River, a river on the border with Colombia Zulian Region, a development region consisting of the state of ...

Sveti Kriz

Sveti Kriz may refer to several places: In Austria: Heiligenkreuz im Lafnitztal, also known as Sveti Kriz in Slovene In Croatia: Sveti Kriz, Budinscina, a village in the Municipality of Budinscina Sveti Kriz, Tuhelj, a village in the Municipality ...

Vrh

The word vrh is the Serbo-Croatian and Slovenian form of the common Slavic root for "peak", "summit" or "top". Places with names containing vrh include: Croatia Vrh, Istria County, a village in Istria County, Croatia Vrh Krk, a village on the Krk ...

Jean-Michel Cambon

Cambon was known for navigating many climbing routes in France, particularly in the Oisans region. He is the author of several climbing guidebooks. Jean-Michel Cambon died on 12 March 2020 after falling from a cliff near Cognet.

Peter Cheung (judge)

Cheung was educated at St Josephs College in Hong Kong. He graduated from the University of Hong Kong with an LLB in 1975. He obtained an LLM from the University of London in 1977.

Zoltan Varga

Zoltan Varga may refer to: Zoltan Szilagyi Varga born 1951, Hungarian graphic artist and animation director Zoltan Varga footballer, born 1977, Hungarian footballer Zoltan Varga footballer, born 1983, Hungarian footballer Zoltan Varga politician ...

The Singing Cave

Saunghellir The Singing Cave, located in Iceland near Husafell Eder-Kuillar The Singing Caves, located in Tuva The Singing Cave, located in Todd County, Kentucky

Bijan Ganjali

Bijan Ganjali is an Iranian Actor and voice actor. He was born on November 24, 1952 in Abadan.He has been more active in the field of theater and radio in Iran.

Middle Eastern Cold War

Middle Eastern Cold War may refer to: The 1952–1991 Arab Cold War, new republics led by Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt and traditionalist kingdoms, led by King Faisal of Saudi Arabia The 21st century Iran–Israel proxy conflict, sometimes called the ...

Yomiuri

Yomiuri may refer to: Yomiuri Shimbun, a conservative Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Pro Championship, an invitational golf tournament held from 1952 to 1961 Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation, a Japanese television network Yomiuri International, a golf ...

Kevin Lewis

Kevin Lewis may refer to: Kevin Lewis American football born 1978, American football linebacker Kevin Lewis footballer, born 1952, English footballer who played for Crewe Alexandra and Stoke City Kevin N. Lewis 1955–2008, RAND strategic analyst, ...

Nikola Jovanovic

Nikola Jovanovic may refer to: Nikola Jovanovic footballer, born 1952, born in Yugoslavia now Montenegro and living in Slovenia Nikola Jovanovic basketball, born 1994, born in Yugoslavia now Serbia and plays professional basketball Nikola Jovanov ...

Savo Orovic

Savo Orovic, was Montenegrin-Yugoslav officer. He fought in World War One as an officer of Montenegrin Army. After Montenegrin capitulation, he fought as rebel against occupying Austro-Hungarian forces. After the war, he joined Royal Yugoslav Arm ...

Beep, beep

Beep, beep may refer to: Beep, Beep film, a Warner Bros. cartoon released in 1952 Beep, beep sound, onomatopoeia representing a noise, generally of a pair of identical tones following one after the other Beep band, a rock band from Omaha, Nebraska

Jack Clarke

Jack Clarke may refer to: Jack Clarke footballer, born 2000, Tottenham Hotspur F.C. player Jack Clarke racing driver born 1988, racing driver in the FIA Formula Two Championship Jack Clarke Australian footballer, born 1933 1933–2001, former Essen ...

Francis Adenigba Fadahunsi

Fadahunsi Francis Adenigba is a Nigerian senator representing Osun East constituency in the National Assemblys House of Senate.

Elmer Huerta

Elmer Emilio Huerta Ramirez, is a medical oncologist, public health specialist, and Peruvian health communicator based in the United States. He studied at the National University of San Marcos in Peru and at Johns Hopkins University in the United ...

El derecho de nacer

El derecho de nacer may refer to: El derecho de nacer 1965 telenovela, a 1965 telenovela with Conchita Obach by RCTV El derecho de nacer radionovela, a radionovela radioplay by Felix B. Caignet El derecho de nacer 2001 telenovela, a 2001 telenove ...

Manilas 2nd congressional district

Manilas 2nd congressional district is one of the six congressional districts of the Philippines in the city of Manila. It has been represented in the House of Representatives of the Philippines since 1916 and earlier in the Philippine Assembly fr ...

1987 (disambiguation)

1987 Kaplan, a main-belt asteroid discovered in 1952 1987 YA, a Mars-crossing asteroid discovered on December 18, 1987 NGC 1987, a globular star cluster in the constellation Mensa SN 1987A, a supernova first seen in 1987

Namas

Namas may refer to: Namas rishi, a Hindu rishi sage Namaste, a customary greeting from the Sanskrit for "bow, obesiance" Namas Chandra born 1952, Indian-American engineering professor Namas, a village in Bistra Commune, Alba County, Romania Al-Na ...

Glinka

Glinka crater, an impact crater on Mercury Glinka, Ostrowiec County, a village in south-central Poland Glinka, Russia, several rural localities in Russia Glinka, Braniewo County in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship north Poland Glinka, Ketrzyn County ...

Mikhail Kuznetsov

Mikhail Kuznetsov may refer to: Mikhail Kuznetsov actor 1918–1986, Soviet/Russian actor Mikhail Sergeevich Kuznetsov born 1978, Russian state, public and scientific figure Mikhail Vasilyevich Kuznetsov 1913–1989, Soviet ace, double Hero of the So ...

Flight 101

Flight 101 may refer to the following aviation accidents: Air India Flight 101, accidentally flew into Mont Blanc in France on 24 January 1966 TABSO Flight 101, crashed on 24 November 1966, near Bratislava in Slovakia National Airlines Flight 101 ...