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Matthew Stewart

Matthew or Matt Stewart may refer to: Matt Stewart author born 1979, American fiction author Mattie Stewart born 1973, Scottish rugby union player Matthew Stewart philosopher born 1963, American philosopher and author from Santa Barbara, Californ ...

Autograph (disambiguation)

Autograph letter Holy See, a letter signed by the pope Autograph collecting, the hobby of collecting autographs Autograph Assyriology, a hand-copy of a cuneiform clay-tablet Autograph manuscript, a document written entirely in the handwriting of ...

Arthur Hardy

Arthur Hardy may refer to: Arthur Hardy actor 1870–1951, British actor Arthur Hardy footballer, English footballer Arthur Sherburne Hardy 1847–1930, U.S. diplomat and academic Arthur Hardy businessman 1817–1909, British-born Australian pastoralis ...

George Wells

George Wells may refer to: George Wells cricketer 1830–1891, English cricketer George Wells Parker 1882–1931, African American political activist George B. Wells, American football coach in the United States George Wells bishop 1877–1964, Anglica ...

The Acrobat (2019 film)

The Acrobat is a Canadian drama film, directed by Rodrigue Jean and released in 2019. The film centres on Christophe and Micha, two men who meet in an unoccupied unit in a high-rise construction project in Montreal during a snowstorm, and begin a ...

Crescendo (disambiguation)

Crescendo 1980 novel by Charlotte Lamb Crescendo, 1998 novel by Mary McCarthy Crescendo Becca Fitzpatrick novel, 2010 young adult novel by Becca Fitzpatrick Crescendo, 1958 novel by Phyllis Bentley Crescendo, 1928 novel by Henry Bellamann

Winkel

Winkel may refer to: Places Winkel, North Holland, a town in the Netherlands Winkel, several places in Austria Winkel, Haut-Rhin, a village in Alsace, France Winkel, Illinois, an unincorporated community, United States Winkel, Switzerland, a muni ...

Kobus Geldenhuys

Kobus Geldenhuys is a South African scriptwriter and translator of childrens literature into Afrikaans, including titles by J. K. Rowling, C. S. Lewis, Roald Dahl, Michael Morpurgo, David Walliams and Cressida Cowell. In 2016 he won the Alba Bouw ...

Misunderstood

Misunderstood may refer to: In music: Misunderstood group "Misunderstood", a song from Pete Townshend and Ronnie Lanes album Rough Mix The Misunderstood, a 1960s psychedelic rock band originating from Riverside, California "Misunderstood", a song ...

Eni (disambiguation)

Escuela Nacional de Inteligencia, the Argentine intelligence academy Groupe des ecoles nationales d’ingenieurs Groupe ENI, a French engineering school network

Kimberly N. Foster

Kimberly Nicole Foster is an American writer and cultural critic. She is best known as the founder of the black womens interest website, For Harriet. She was named to Forbes 30 under 30 in 2016. Fosters work has been recognized by Essence Magazin ...

John Nieto

John Nieto was an American contemporary artist who concentrated on Native American themes including Native American tribal representatives as well as indigenous wildlife.

Stamp

Ration stamp, indicating the right to rationed goods Postage stamp, used to indicate prepayment of fees for public mail Revenue stamp, used on documents to indicate payment of tax Passport stamp, a rubber stamp inked impression received in ones p ...

Cajun (disambiguation)

Cajun refers to culture aspects of people and related icons of Acadiana: Cajun Jitterbug Cajun, ethnic culture of French descent in Southern Louisiana 1755– Cajun cuisine Cajun Country Cajun music Cajun Jig Cajun French Cajun English Cajun Field ...

Holy Trinity (disambiguation)

The Holy Trinity is the Christian concept of God as three entities: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Holy Trinity may also refer to: Holy trinity cuisine, a mix of vegetables in Cajun cookery Holy Trinity Botticelli, a 1490s altarpiece by ...

Swift Creek

Swift Creek Township, Wake County, North Carolina Swift Creek, Georgia, an unincorporated community in DeKalb County, Georgia, USA Swift Creek, North Carolina, an unincorporated community

GGC

GGC may refer to: Cargo 360, a defunct American cargo airline Gemini Guidance Computer, used in NASAs Project Gemini Gangapur City railway station, in Rajasthan, India Gotland Game Conference Georgia Gulf Corporation, now Axiall, an American chem ...

Nylon (disambiguation)

Nylon, a German retro electro group Nylon band, an Icelandic girl band Nylon album, a 2005–2006 album by Anna Vissi The Nylons, a Canadian a cappella group

Miss Mexico Pageant

Miss Mexico may refer to: Miss Globe Mexico 2015 - present, beauty pageant that chooses Mexicos representative to Miss Global, Miss Planet International, Miss Glam World, Miss Tourism World, Miss Tourism Planet, Miss Tourism Queen Worldwide, Miss ...

Nicaraguan (disambiguation)

Nicaraguan may refer to: Nicaraguan Sign Language Nicaraguan Spanish, the variety of Central American Spanish spoken in Nicaragua Nicaraguans, people from Nicaragua or of Nicaraguan descent or heritage. For information about the Nicaraguan people ...

Native Son (disambiguation)

Native Son 2010 film, a British film from Scotland, written and directed by Scott Graham

Marigold

In the genus Calendula Common marigold, Calendula officinalis Signet marigold, Tagetes tenuifolia In the genus Tagetes African marigold or Aztec marigold, Tagetes erecta Mexican marigold, Tagetes lucida French marigold, Tagetes patula Marsh marig ...

Tower of jewels

Tower of jewels may refer to: Echium simplex, plant native to Tenerife, Canary Islands The Tower of Jewels, a 1920 American crime drama film directed by Tom Terriss Tower of Jewels PPIE, central building at the Panama-Pacific International Exposi ...

Red Road

Red Road Hawaii, Hawaii Route 137, a coastal highway on the island of Hawaii Red Road Miami, a street in Miami, Florida Red Road Flats, a housing estate in Glasgow built in the 1960s and demolished from 2010–2015 Red Road Kolkata, a boulevard in ...

Chigger (disambiguation)

Chiggers are tiny harvest mites, members of the family Trombiculidae, that can cause intense itching and dermatitis. Chigger may also refer to: Chigger Hill, Alabama, an unincorporated community in DeKalb County, Alabama, United States Chigger bi ...

Fruit fly

Drosophila, the genus of small fruit flies and vinegar flies Drosophilidae, a family of smaller flies, including Drosophila melanogaster or common fruit fly, an important model organism in modern biology Drosophila suzukii or Asian fruit fly, nat ...

Tachi (disambiguation)

A tachi is a type of Japanese sword. Tachi may also refer to: Tachi surname, a Japanese surname A Japanese slang term usually describing a gay, lesbian or bisexual person who identifies as a "top" or "masculine" partner. See the article on homose ...

Breed (disambiguation)

A breed is a group of domestic animals with a homogeneous appearance, behavior, and other characteristics that distinguish it from other animals of the same species. Breed may also refer to: Breed Motorcycle Club, an outlaw motorcycle club Half-b ...

Sassafras (disambiguation)

Atherospermataceae, or Southern Sassafras, a southern hemisphere family of trees Street slang for Marijuana Cinnamomum oliveri, known as Black Sassafras or Olivers Sassafras, an Australian rain forest laurel Sassafras albidum, the sassafras tree ...

Coon Coon

Coon, Coon, Coon is a "coon song" from 1900. The words were written by Gene Jefferson and the music by Leo Friedman. The lyrics are about an African American struggling with his appearance including his skin color and hair type while not being ac ...

Dum

Dum may refer to: Dum biryani, a variety of biryani in Hyderabad, India Dum 2016 film, a South Indian Malayalam film starring Lal and Shine Tom Chacko Middle Dutch, West Germanic dialects, 1150–1500, Language code ISO 639-2 and 639-3 Dum 2003 Tam ...

Khaled Ahmed (disambiguation)

Khaled Ahmed or variant spellings may refer to: Kafeel Ahmed 1979–2007, or Khaled Ahmad or Khalid Ahmed, an Islamic terrorist Khalid Ahmed Kharal 1939–2017, Pakistani politician Syed Khalid Ahmed born 1965, Pakistani politician Khalid Ahmad 1943– ...

PPT

Parti Progressiste Tchadien, a political party active in Chad between 1947 and 1973 Partido del Pueblo Trabajador Working Peoples Party of Puerto Rico, a political party in Puerto Rico Plunge Protection Team, a nickname of the United States Presi ...

John Jordan

John Jordan may refer to: John Jordan vintner, American vintner and Republican donor Sir John Jordan diplomat 1852–1925, British diplomat and Minister Plenipotentiary to China Johnny Jordan 1921–2016, English footballer John Jordan died c. 1422, ...

Mais

Roger Mais 1905–1955, a Jamaican journalist, novelist, poet, and playwright Mais Hamdan born 1982, a Jordanian actress, singer and television presenter Petre Mais 1885–1975, a prolific British author, journalist and broadcaster John A. Mais 1888 ...

Jo

Jō surname, a Japanese surname Josiel Alves de Oliveira born 1988, Brazilian footballer also known as Jo Cho Korean name, a common Korean surname which can be romanized as Jo Jo, Brazilian footballer João Alves de Assis Silva born 1987 Jo given name

Nair (disambiguation)

The Nair are a group of Indian Hindu castes. Nair may also refer to: National Academy of Indian Railways NAIR, Vadodara, Gujarat, India Nair hair removal, a hair removal product

Mohamed Belhassan Wazzani

Mohamed Belhassan Wazzani was a Moroccan journalist and politician, one of the main leaders of the Moroccan nationalist movement, founder of the LAction du Peuple newspaper and of the Democratic Independence Party.

LAction du Peuple

LAction du Peuple was the first francophone newspaper published by the Moroccan Nationalist Movement in the area under the control of the French Protectorate in Morocco. As the French authorities would not allow a nationalist publication in Arabi ...

Maithili Phonology

Fricative sounds, mainly occur in words that are borrowed from Sanskrit or in words of Perso-Arabic origin. From Sanskrit, puʂpə as puɸpə. Conjunct of ɦj as ɦʑ as in graɦjə as graɦʑə.

Arabian Gulf

Arabian Gulf may refer to: Persian Gulf naming dispute Persian Gulf, also referred to as the" Gulf of Basra”," Arabian Gulf”, or" The Gulf” Arab states of the Persian Gulf, countries of the Arabian Peninsula bordering the Persian Gulf, often refe ...

A Life Full of Holes

A Life Full of Holes is the autobiography of Moroccan story teller Driss Ben Hamed Charhadi, as told to and translated by Paul Bowles, and published in 1964. Charhadi became an acquaintance of Bowles, an American writer and traveler, in Tangier. ...

The Days (book)

The Days is a novelized autobiography in three volumes by the Egyptian professor Taha Hussein, published between 1926 and 1967. It deals with his childhood in a small village, then his studies in Egypt and France. It is one of the most popular wo ...

Mahmud Taymur

Mahmud Ahmad Taymur was a fiction writer, born in Cairo in a family famous for literature. His father, Ahmed Taymur Pasha was a well-known writer, who was known for his broad interests in Arab heritage, and he was a researcher in the arts of Arab ...

At-Tahdhib

The Arabic-language reform journal at-Tahdhib was published in Cairo from 1901 to 1903 in a total of 33 issues. It was published monthly during the first year and afterwards three times per month. It is probably the oldest extant Jewish magazine ...

Galland Manuscript

The three-volume Galland Manuscript, sometimes also referred to as the Syrian Manuscript, is the earliest extensive manuscript of the Thousand and One Nights. Its text extends to 282 nights, breaking off in the middle of the Tale of Qamar al-Zamā ...

Riddles of Dunash ben Labrat

The riddles of Dunash ben Labrat are noted as some of the first recorded Hebrew riddles, and part of Dunashs seminal development of Arabic-inspired Andalusian Hebrew poetry. Unlike some later Andalusian Hebrew riddle-writers, Dunash focused his r ...

Chronicon orientale

The Chronicon orientale is an anonymous universal history written in Arabic by an Egyptian Christian between 1257 and 1260. It was mistakenly attributed to Abū Shākir ibn Butrus al-Rāhib in the 17th century, an attribution that has been frequentl ...

Ministerial council

Ministerial council or joint ministerial council can refer to: Joint Ministerial Council of the Nigeria–São Tome and Principe Joint Development Zone, see Nigeria – São Tome and Principe Joint Development Authority Joint Ministerial Council, Irreg ...

Sara Sajeeda

Sara Sajeeda is a 2019 television series co-directed by Eoon Shuhaini, Feroz Kader and Rizwan Zaman, starring Tiz Zaqyah, Arslan Asad Butt and Anmol Baloch. It is the Pakistani-Malaysian joint venture produced by Malaysian-based TV production com ...