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Ivan Lopez

Ivan Lopez may refer to: Ivan Lopez Alvarez born 1994, Spanish footballer Ivan Lopez footballer, born 1996, Argentine goalkeeper Ivan Lopez, Mexican mixed martial arts fighter, see WEC 40 Ivan Lopez footballer, born 1993, Spanish defender Ivan Lo ...


Dodge WC series, a range of light military trucks produced by Dodge during World War II Weather Central, a provider of broadcast and interactive web weather solutions Allis-Chalmers Model WC, a row crop tractor Wheatland County, Alberta a municip ...

Caleb Duarte

Caleb Duarte Piñon is an American multidisciplinary artist who works with construction type materials, site-specific community performance, painting, and social sculpture and social practices.


Mel surname Manuel Zelaya, former president of Honduras, nicknamed "Mel" Mel given name, the abbreviated version of several given names including a list of people with the name


Correio da Manhã, a Portuguese daily newspaper Common metre, in poetry, an iambic metre


Coco or CoCo may refer to: Coco perfume, a womens perfume by Chanel Coco folklore, a mythical bogeyman in many Hispano- and Lusophone nations Contingent convertible bond, in finance USS Coco SP-110, a U.S. Navy patrol boat CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice, ...

Ernst Magne Johansen

Ernst Magne Johansen was a Norwegian painter and printmaker. He was born in Notteroy and was educated at the Norwegian National Academy of Craft and Art Industry from 1945 to 1949 and the Norwegian National Academy of Fine Arts from 1949 to 1952. ...

Asdis Egilsdottir

Asdis completed BA degree in Icelandic, Library Science and French at the University of Iceland in 1970 and a Cand. mag. degree in Icelandic Literature in 1982. She worked at the Arni Magnusson Institute for Icelandic Studies during the period 19 ...

Gyda Valtysdottir

Gyda Valtysdottir is an Icelandic musician and multi-instrumentalist and winner of the 2019 Nordic Council Music Prize. She is a member of the experimental music group Mum and has released full length two solo albums, Epicycle and Evolution, crea ...

National Theatre

National Theatre of Tunisia, Tunis, Tunisia National Theatre of Ghana, Accra, Ghana Kenya National Theatre, Nairobi, Kenya National Arts Theatre, Lagos, Nigeria National Theatre of Uganda, Kampala, Uganda. National Theatre of Somalia, Mogadishu, ...

Kesara Margret Anamthawat-Jonsson

Kesara Margret Anamthawat-Jonsson is professor of botany and plant genetics at the Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, School of Engineering and Natural Sciences, University of Iceland.


Cocos Keeling Islands ISO 3166 code, an Australian territory .cc, the Internet country code top-level domain for Cocos Keeling Islands, an Australian territory

Night Shift

A night shift is either a group of workers night working, or the period in which they work. Night Shift, Nightshift, or The Night Shift may also refer to:


Kingdom of the Isles, a medieval realm comprising the Hebrides, the islands of the Firth of Clyde, and the Isle of Man British Isles, often referred to as "the Isles"

Red House

Red House Monschau, Germany Red House Trinidad and Tobago, the seat of the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago Red House Hong Kong, building in Hong Kong where Revive China Society planned to overthrow Qing Dynasty Red House Solomon Islands, the of ...

Langton Dennis

Langton Dennis ARIBA was an architect based in England who is best known for his domestic houses in the Arts and Crafts style in Crowborough, Sussex.


Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz Universitas Casimiri Magni, a university in Bydgoszcz, Poland University College Isle of Man, primary centre for tertiary, vocational education and higher education on the Isle of Man. Catholic University ...

Henry Hope (disambiguation)

Henry Hope was a merchant banker. Henry Hope may also refer to: Henry Thomas Hope 1808–1862, British MP and patron of the arts Henry Hope Isle of Man lieutenant governor, lieutenant governor of the Isle of Man from 1773–1775 Henry Pelham-Clinton- ...


HMS Manxman, an Abdiel -class minelayer HMS Manxman 1903, formerly SS Manxman of the Midland Railway and later SS Manxman of the Isle of Man Steam Packet HMS Manxman, ships of the Royal Navy TSS Manxman 1955, Isle of Man Steam Packet turbine stea ...

Hairpin (disambiguation)

A hairpin is a device used to hold a persons hair in place. Hairpin or Hairpins may also refer to: β-Hairpin, a secondary structure motif of proteins Hairpins film, a 1920 film directed by Fred Niblo The Hairpin, a womens website Hairpin clip, a ...


Woodhouse, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England Woodhouse Cemetery, Leeds Woodhouse Moor, Leeds Woodhouse, Bradford, a location in West Yorkshire, England Woodhouse, Hampshire, a location in England Woodhouse, Alberta, Canada Woodhouse Ridge, Leeds Woo ...

Uncovered (Steve Harley album)

Uncovered was first announced in a press release on 29 August 2019. In June 2019, Harley spent a 10-day residency with engineer and co-producer Matt Butler at Rockfield Studios, where 12 tracks were recorded with a team of musicians made up of Ma ...


Key, on a typewriter or computer keyboard Key map, a guide to a maps symbology Key lock, device used to control access to places or facilities restricted by a lock Answer key, a list of answers to a test Key cryptography, a piece of information t ...

List of Academy Award shortlists

This list of Academy Award shortlists includes finalists determined prior to Academy Award nominations. Multiple branches of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences create shortlists before selecting final nominees.

Jamaica (disambiguation)

Mercado Jamaica, Mexico City Jamaica Market Metro Jamaica, a station in Mexico City

LAntoinette Stines

LAntoinette Osunide Stines is a Jamaican dancer, choreographer, author, actor and director. She is the founder and artistic director of LAcadco A United Caribbean Dance Force, an industry-leading contemporary dance company based in Jamaica. Stine ...

Buxton (disambiguation)

Australia County of Buxton, a cadastral unit in South Australia Buxton, Victoria Buxton, New South Wales Bulgaria Buxton, Sofia Canada Buxton National Historic Site and Museum, Ontario South Buxton, Ontario Guyana Buxton, Guyana Jamaica Buxton, J ...

Mull Katende

Mull Sebujja Katende is a Ugandan diplomat, who serves as Ugandas Ambassador to the United States of America, based in Washington, DC. He was appointed to that position on 27 January 2017, and he took up the position in September 2017. In that ca ...

St Anns

St Anns, London, a neighbourhood in the London Borough of Haringey, England, UK St. Anns, Ontario, West Lincoln, Ontario, Canada St Anns, Nottingham, England, UK St. Anns, Nova Scotia, Canada

Colonial Film Unit

The Colonial Film Unit was a propaganda and educational film production organization of the British government. It produced films for various British colonies including British Guiana and Nigeria. The Jamaica Film Unit was a division for films pr ...

Charmaine Lurch

Charmaine Lurch is a Toronto-based painter, sculptor, installation artist and visual arts educator known for her interdisciplinary work and exploration of themes including Black histories and environmental issues.

National Academy of Sciences (disambiguation)

The National Academy of Sciences is a United States nonprofit, non-governmental national academy. National Academy of Sciences may also refer to ordered by country: Georgian National Academy of Sciences National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Chi ...

2020 in Absolute Championship Akhmat

A ACA Heavyweight Championship bout between current champion Evgeniy Goncharov and former champion Mukhumat Vakhaev served as the ACA 104 main event. The pairing were supposed to have met previously in March 2018 at ACA 94, but Vakhaev was unable ...


Somerset College of Arts and Technology is referred to as SCAT. Shrewsbury College of Arts & Technology was previously referred to as SCAT. School and College Ability Test also known as SCAT


Paliha is a female Chinese freestyle wrestler. She won one of the bronze medals in the womens 72 kg event at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

Stephen Wrentmore

Stephen Wrentmore is a British theatre director, writer, educator, and strategist currently working in the United States. His work largely focuses on the support and development of new work and diverse voices, and inspiring transformational change.

Aub (disambiguation)

Aub Carrigan 1917–2012, Australian cricketer Aub Lawson 1915–1977, Australian speedway rider Aub Charleston 1901–1985, Australian rules footballer Aub Hodgson 1912–1982, Australian rugby union player Aub Kelly 1904–1974, Australian Rugby league p ...

Aul (disambiguation)

An Aul is a type of fortified village found throughout the Caucasus mountains. Aul or AUL may also refer to: Places Aul of Omurtag in Bulgaria; see Palace of Omurtag Piz Aul, mountain of the Lepontine Alps Aul Pyatyy, village in the Talas Provinc ...


Buranovskiye Babushki, an ethno-pop band containing eight elderly women from Buranovo, Udmurtia, Russia Babushka game show, a British game show presented by Rylan Clark-Neal Baboushka and the Three Kings, a childrens picture book, by Ruth Robbins ...

Nguyễn Trần Duy Nhất

Nguyễn Trần Duy Nhất is a Vietnamese professionnel Muay Thai and Lethwei fighter. He is currently signed to ONE Championship and World Lethwei Championship. Duy Nhất is a five-time WMF Muay Thai world champion and four-time SEA Games medalist in ...

Arthur Ollman

Arthur Ollman is an American photographer, author, curator, professor emeritus, and founding director of The Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego. He served as MoPA director from 1983 to 2006, and as director of the School of Art, Design and Ar ...

Tudor Zbarnea

Tudor Zbarnea is a Bessarabian painter, from the Nisporeni region, Republic of Moldova. Tudor Zbarnea has contributed to the assertion, in Chișinau, of an original artistic thinking stream that was against "artistic vigilance" mentality, which wa ...

Thomas Feuerstein

Thomas Feuerstein is an Austrian contemporary artist. His works and projects are realized in different media. They include sculptures, installations, environments, objects, drawings, paintings, radio plays as well net art and BioArt. Feuerstein’s ...

Sharon Horne (psychologist)

Sharon Horne is a scientist known for conducting research on LGBTQ issues, mental health and college student development, and international psychology concerns. Horne is Professor of Counseling Psychology and the Director of Training for the Amer ...


KEMU may refer to: Kenya Methodist University, a liberal arts university located in Meru, Kenya King Edward Medical University, the oldest and one of the most prestigious medical schools in Pakistan


Osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic bone disorder Orthostatic intolerance, a disorder of the autonomic nervous system Grey-faced petrel, also known by its Māori name oi


Call of Duty: Black Ops, a first-person shooter video game Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, first in the Legacy of Kain video game series


Duan may refer to: Duan surname, a Chinese surname Duan dynasty, the ruling dynasty of the Dali Kingdom Zaiyi, Prince Duan 1856-1922, Manchu prince and statesman during the late Qing dynasty Duan, mark of level in Chinese martial arts Duan tribe, ...


Narc narcotics, a narcotics agent or informant Informant or nark or sometimes spelt narc Nark of Champasak, a king in Laos Vaughn Nark, jazz trumpeter

Momentum (disambiguation)

Momentum finance, an empirical tendency for rising asset prices to continue to rise Momentum technical analysis, an indicator used in technical analysis of asset prices Momentum investing, a system of buying stocks or other securities