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Maan

Maan, a city in Jordan, and capital of the governorate Maan, Punjab, a village Kasur District, Punjab, Pakistan Man, Vikramgad, a village in Maharashtra, India Maan, Syria, a village near Hama Maan Governorate, a governorate of Jordan Maan, Camer ...

If

"If", by Joni Mitchell from Shine, 2007 "If.", by The Divine Comedy from A Short Album About Love, 1997 "If" Bread song, 1971, covered by many artists, including a UK #1 by Telly Savalas in 1975 "If", by R5 from New Addictions, 2017 "If", by Free ...

Ram

RAM musician born 1974, Dutch Kavitark Ram Shriram born 1950s, Google founding board member Ram Herrera, a Tejano musician Ram surname Raja Ram musician Ronald Rothfield, Australian Ram director Ramsubramaniam, an Indian Tamil film director Ram g ...

Ward

Ward, New Zealand Ward, Colorado Ward Reservation, Massachusetts Ward, California Ward, South Dakota Ward, Arkansas Ward, Indiana Ward, Washington Ward, South Carolina Ward Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania Ward, New York Assal al-Ward, Syria ...

OS

Ordnance Survey, national mapping agency of Great Britain Austrian Airlines IATA code OS based on its original name: Osterreichische Luftverkehrs AG O.S. Engines, a Japanese manufacturer of model aircraft engines

MMC

My Major Company, a fan-funded music label based in the United Kingdom and France Material Movil y Construcciones MMC, a predecessor company to Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles Monopolies and Mergers Commission, the former name of the B ...

Tunnel of Death

Michigan Central Railway Tunnel, linking Detroit, USA and Windsor, Canada An entrance tunnel at Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville, USA, used to transport the dead Tunnel de la mort, Montreal, Canada Apennine Tunnel of the Bologna–Florence rail ...

FTC

Federal Trade Commission, an American antitrust and consumer protection agency Fair Trade Commission disambiguation FTC Kaplan, or Financial Training Company, a former name of Kaplan Financial Ltd, a financial training institution in the United K ...

Norma

Norma journal, in mens studies Norma Editorial, a comics publishing company in Spain, unrelated to Grupo Editorial Norma Norma, a novel by Vladimir Sorokin Grupo Editorial Norma, a Colombian publishing house Norma opera, by Vincenzo Bellini Norma ...

Yeti (disambiguation)

Yeti, a ring name of professional wrestler Ron Reis Sarah Urist Green, often referred to as "the yeti" by her husband, John Green, in his YouTube videos

NAR

Nar Township, Samzhubzê District, Tibet River Nar, a river in the United Kingdom, and a tributary of the River Great Ouse Nar, Jammu and Kashmir, a small village in Kotli district Azad Jammu and Kashmir Nar Jaffar Khan, a town and union council i ...

Saga (disambiguation)

Saga, Tibet, a town and the seat of Saga County Saga, Russia, a rural locality a selo in the Sakha Republic, Russia Saga County, a county in Tibet Saga Domain, Japanese domain in the Edo period, which covers the area of current Saga Prefecture an ...

Green Book

Green Book, an 1800–1833 assembled ships register of Lloyds Register Green Books, an unofficial designation of the multi-volume Official History of the United States Army in World War II which were issued in green covers. The Negro Motorist Green ...

Bulong

Bulong Town, Baicheng County, Xinjiang, China; a town; see Baicheng County Bulong, Western Australia Bilung pinyin as Bulong, Biru County, Tibet, China; a township

Mamba (disambiguation)

MAMBA, the Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art Mamba, the name of a board game in the horror film Open Graves Mamba film, 1930 film Mamba band, a Finnish band founded in 1984

Padma (disambiguation)

Padma attribute, the lotus, a symbolic flower repeatedly referred to in Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism Padma, in the Indian numbering system equal to one quadrillion 10 15 Padmasambhava, a Buddhist scholar

Calm Before the Storm

The Calm Before the Storm, history book by Itamar Singer The Calm Before the Storm, List of Dragon Ball Z chapters 大対決戦前の休息 "Daikessen Mae no Kyūsoku" The Calm Before the Storm, Wraithborn Issue 4 The Calm Before the Storm, List of Wander ...

Major League

Major League Wrestling, a popular professional wrestling promotion that described itself as hybrid wrestling Major League Quidditch, the highest level of play in quidditch in the U.S. and Canada Major League Eating, organizes top-level competitiv ...

Michael Scott

Michael Scott academic fl. c. 2000, British academic at the North East Wales Institute of Higher Education Michael Scott author born 1981, English author, classicist, associate professor and television presenter J. Michael Scott born 1941, Americ ...

TML

TML may refer to: TML Entertainment, record label established for the Canadian band Triumph Trinidad Muslim League, an Islamic organization in Trinidad & Tobago that also controls several schools. Transportable moisture limit of solid bulk cargoe ...

PP

Police Procedural - a subgenre of procedural drama and detective fiction Pianissimo, a music term meaning very quiet, from musical dynamics Production code for the 1967–68 Doctor Who serial The Enemy of the World

Kamala

Kumari Kamala born 1934, Indian classical dancer Diodorus Buberwa Kamala, Tanzanian politician

El Dorado (disambiguation)

El Dorado, Venezuela El Dorado, Trinidad and Tobago, in the List of cities and towns in Trinidad and Tobago El Dorado Province, San Martin Region, Peru Eldorado, Limpopo, South Africa Eldorado, Zimbabwe El Dorado, Uruguay Eldorado, Victoria, Aust ...

FFL

"FFL", a song by Foo Fighters on the album Five Songs and a Cover Fantasy Football League, a former British television program Fanie Fouries Lobola, a 2013 South African film The Final Fantasy Legend, a handheld role-playing game for the Game Boy

Parasol (disambiguation)

Parasol, United States Virgin Islands, a settlement Ile Parasol Island, British Indian Ocean Territory Parasol Rocks, near the island of Huevos, Trinidad and Tobago

Pompey (disambiguation)

Tali Pompey 1940s–2011, Aboriginal artist from central Australia

Fun (disambiguation)

Fun magazine, a Victorian weekly magazine Little Miss Fun, a character in the childrens book series Little Miss Fun film, a 1994 drama and horror movie Fun Radio disambiguation

Ellis Island (disambiguation)

Ellis Island, a 2015 song by The Corrs White Light album Ellis Island: The Dream of America, a 2002 work for actors and orchestra by American composer Peter Boyer Ellis Island Sound, instrumental band from London, England Ellis Island, a 2001 alb ...

Viva

Viva Air, a Spanish airline taken over by flag carrier Iberia Viva network operator, a Dominican mobile network operator Viva Films, a Philippine film company Victoria-Vanuatu Physician Project branded as ViVa, a Canadian organization that sends ...

NF

Netflix, a US-based worldwide entertainment media provider National Forum Croatia, a political party in Croatia Air Vanuatu IATA airline designator NF, the national airline of Vanuatu National Front disambiguation, the name of many political part ...

VT

VT Group, a British defence company VT, a news and entertainment platform; see Jungle Creations Valley Transit Washington, the public transit service of Walla Walla, Washington Valley Transit Wisconsin, the public transit service of Wisconsins Fo ...

MTV (disambiguation)

MTV is a television channel in the United States and a group of affiliated channels worldwide that specialize in broadcasting music videos and other programming related to popular culture. MTV may refer to: MTV Networks now renamed as ViacomCBS D ...

Vato

Vato Church medieval church in Vato in Stockholm County, Sweden Vato, island in the Norrtalje archipelago Port Vato village at the south coast of the island of Ambrym in Vanuatu

Laika (disambiguation)

Laika was a Soviet space dog who was the first animal to orbit the Earth. Laika may also refer to: Laika dog breed, a type of Russian hunting dog, and a generic name for several Russian and Scandinavian dog breed, listed in the article

City of God

The term City of God may refer to the unity between the Holy Roman Empire and the Roman Catholic Church in the Middle Ages. The term may also refer to:

VA

Vermont Academy, boarding and day high school in Saxtons River, VT United States Department of Veterans Affairs, a department of the US government Vibrant Academy, coaching institute in Kota, Rajasthan VA Public & Science, Swedish scientific orga ...

Minecraft server

A Minecraft server is a player-owned or business-owned multiplayer game server within the 2011 Mojang video game Minecraft. Players can start their own server either by setting one up on a computer using software provided by Mojang, or by using a ...

AIF

Atlantic Innovation Fund, a funding program of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency The American Ireland Fund, an American charity Amsterdam Institute of Finance, a Dutch financial training institute Asian Institute of Finance, a nonprofit Ma ...

WF

Weapons Factory, a series of first person shooter class-based mods in video games The Wallflowers, a band Power Rangers: Wild Force, an American television series Wii Fit, a video game device

Blue Train

Le Train Bleu ballet, a ballet by Bronislava Nijinska, music by Darius Milhaud, scenario by Jean Cocteau, set by Henri Laurens, Chanel and Picasso Ballets Russes, 1924 Blue Train Japan, the generic name for sleeping car trains in Japan The Blue T ...

Backbone

Backbone solitaire, a solitaire game Backbone magazine, a Canadian business magazine Backbone Entertainment, a video game development company

Fascism (disambiguation)

Fascism is a political ideology. Fascism may refer to: Croatian fascism, a version of the ideology developed in Croatia Italian fascism, a version of the ideology developed in Italy Hungarian fascism, a version of the ideology developed in Hungar ...

Court Martial (disambiguation)

A court-martial is a military court that determines punishments for members of the military subject to military law. Court Martial may also refer to: Court Martial 1959 film, a 1959 German film Court Martial 1978 film, a 1978 Yugoslav film Drumhe ...

DB

Daily Bugle, a fictional New York City newspaper Doing Business Report, by the World Bank Group

King Cassie Kabwita

King Cassie Kabwita, popularly known as King Cassie is a Zambian actor and film-maker she is also known for her time in the Zambian TV series Loves Games as Kanswa Chileshe and she is known for her roles in the 2015 film Sink or Swim: The Perilou ...

T3

Tatra T3, a tramcar T3 transit lane, a type of high-occupancy vehicle lane in Australia T3, a model of the Oslo Metro OS T1000 train T3 Road Zambia, a road in Zambia Eastern Airways IATA code Slingsby T-3A Firefly, a former training aircraft of t ...

VAC

Variety Artists Club of New Zealand Video Appeals Committee, against UK BBFC classifications Velvet Acid Christ, an industrial band Zambia National Visual Arts Council

Rb

Ultraman R/B, a Japanese television series Rhythm and blues, a music genre combining blues, gospel and jazz influences Rebecca Black, an American pop singer Richard Blackwood, a British rapper Rock Band video game, the game of the same name Rock ...

Witch (disambiguation)

Witch lefteye flounder Arnoglossus scapha, a Pacific flatfish Witch righteye flounder Glyptocephalus cynoglossus, a European flatfish Araotes lapithis, the witch, a butterfly of India Megrim Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis, sometimes known as witch

Luthuli Dlamini

Luthuli Dlamini is a Zimbabwe-born South African film and television actor. He is best known for his portrayal of Stan Nyathi on the e.tv soap opera, Scandal! alongside Sandy Mokwena, Siyabonga Thwala, and Sello Maake Ka-Ncube. Dlamini has also h ...