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Pendulum (disambiguation)

A pendulum is a body suspended from a fixed support so that it swings freely back and forth under the influence of gravity. Pendulum may also refer to:

1968 riots

1968 riots may refer to: Avondale riots of 1968, April 8, Cincinnati, Ohio May 1968 in France, student riots in Paris, France 1968 Kansas City, Missouri riot, April 9, Kansas City, Missouri 1968 Democratic National Convention protest activity, Au ...

Gymnastics at the 1968 Summer Olympics – Mens artistic team all-around

These are the results of the mens team all-around competition, one of eight events for male competitors in artistic gymnastics at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.

Liga IV Covasna

Liga IV Covasna is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Covasna County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is competed amongst 14 teams, the winne ...

Liga IV Dambovița

Liga IV Dambovița is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Dambovița County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is competed amongst 12 teams, the w ...

Liga IV Hunedoara

Liga IV Hunedoara is the county football division of Liga IV for clubs based in Hunedoara County, Romania. The competition is ranked as the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system and it is competed between 11 teams, the winner may or ...

Liga IV Gorj

Liga IV Gorj is the county football division of Liga IV for clubs based in Gorj County, Romania. The competition is ranked as the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system and it is competed between 14 teams, the winner may or may not be ...

Liga IV Mureș

Liga IV Mureș, commonly known as Liga IV Elite, is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Mureș County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is compet ...

Liga IV Sibiu

Liga IV Sibiu is the county football division of Liga IV for clubs based in Sibiu County, Romania. The competition is ranked as the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system and it is competed between 17 teams, the winner may or may not ...

Liga IV Neamț

Liga IV Neamț is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Neamț County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is competed amongst 14 teams, the winner is ...

Liga IV Cluj

Liga IV Cluj is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Cluj County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is competed amongst 14 teams, the winner is p ...

Liga IV Mehedinți

Liga IV Mehedinți is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Mehedinți County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is competed amongst 12 teams, the w ...

Liga IV Constanța

Liga IV Constanța is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Constanța County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is competed amongst 18 teams, the w ...

Liga IV Caraș-Severin

Liga IV Caraș-Severin is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Caraș-Severin County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is competed amongst 24 team ...

Liga IV Brașov

Liga IV Brașov is the regional Liga IV football division for clubs in Brașov County, Romania, the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system. It is organized by the County Football Association and is competed amongst 16 teams, the winner ...

Another Place, Another Time (song)

Another Place, Another Time is a song written by Jerry Chesnut and originally recorded by Del Reeves. Jerry Lee Lewiss cover became the title track of his 1968 Smash Records album Another Place, Another Time, whose B-side it opened, and was also ...

Ramensky family hoax

The Ramensky family hoax was one of the most successful Russian hoaxes, concocted by Antonin Ramensky, a retired Soviet Komsomol and Communist Party activist, who presented himself to journalists as a bedridden and sometimes moribund invalid. He ...

Bonsai (disambiguation)

Bonsai Kitten, an internet hoax promoting the "art" of shaping animals bodies Bonsai - hellobonsai.com software, a freelance and small business software company Bonsai 2018 film, a 2018 Indian film Natara Bonsai, an outliner software for Palm OS, ...

Beginnings

Beginnings Morris Albert album Beginnings Rick Springfield album Beginnings Ambrose Slade album Beginnings Happy the Man album Beginnings Meredith Monk album Beginnings Steve Howe album Beginnings Trevor Rabin album Beginnings The Allman Brothers ...

Chucky (name)

Chucky Brown, nickname of Clarence Brown Jr., born 1968, American basketball player Chucky Thompson, nickname of Carl E. Thompson, fl 1991 – present American hip hop/R&B record producer Chucky Ferreyra, nickname of Facundo Ferreyra born 1991, ...

Most

Most District, a city in the Czech Republic Autodrom Most, motorsport race track near Most Most District, surrounding district of the city Most, Kardzhali Province, a village in Bulgaria Most, Khovd, a district in Khovd, Mongolia

Housing Act 1969

The Housing Act 1969 is an Act of Parliament in the United Kingdom that provided grants to home owners and landlords to improve the quality of their housing and to help finance local authorities to improve the quality of housing stock under their ...

Secret World

"Secret World", a song by Tears for Fears from their album Everybody Loves a Happy Ending "Secret World", a song by Peter Gabriel from his album Us Secret World Live in Paris, a 2006 album by Tears for Fears Secret World Live, a 1994 album by Pet ...

1969 in professional wrestling

Villano I Tommy Gilbert Robert Fuller Roddy Piper Jimmy Snuka Vicky Williams Dan Kroffat Debut date uncertain Bob Roop Villano II July 16 – Ivan Putski November – Fishmana February 21 – Osamu Kido January 14 – Ultraman September 20 – Animal Hamag ...

New Beginning

A New Beginning, a religious television show and radio program hosted by Greg Laurie "A New Beginning" The Walking Dead, the first episode of the ninth season of the post-apocalyptic horror television series The Walking Dead New Beginnings 2015 T ...

The Beginning

"The Beginning" Eureka Seven "The Beginning.", an episode of Gotham "The Beginning" Red Dwarf "The Beginning" Samurai Jack The Beginning 1970 film, a 1970 Soviet film The Beginning 2007 film, a 2007 skateboarding film The Beginning TV series, a C ...

Survival

Survival journal, a journal published by the International Institute for Strategic Studies

English Disease

The English disease or British disease may refer to: Sudor anglicus, also known as the sweating sickness, common in sixteenth-century Europe Perceived trade union militancy in the 1970s–1980s, in particular the Winter of Discontent and ending wit ...

Neftaly

Maricela Neftaly Gallegos Gonzalez is a retired Mexican luchadora, or female professional wrestler, known under the ring name Neftaly, sometimes spelled Neftali. She is the sister of professional wrestlers Reyna Gallegos, El Gallego and El Galgo. ...

Museo de Arqueologia de la Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Puerto Rico

The Museo de Arqueologia de la Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Puerto Rico is a museum of archaeology located at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Puerto Rico main campus on Avenida Las Americas in Ponce, Puerto Rico. The museum is an edu ...

Ōarako Old Kiln ruins

The Ōarako Old Kiln Site is an archaeological site containing the ruins of five noborigama kilns located in what is now part of the city of Tahara, Aichi in the Tōkai region of Japan. The kilns were built in the late Heian period and were in use ...

Iku-Shamagan

Iku-Shamagan was a King of the second Mariote kingdom who reigned c. 2500 BCE. He is one of three Mari kings known from archaeology, Ikun-Shamash probably being the oldest one. Another king was Lamgi-Mari, also known from an inscribed statue. In ...

Grease

Grease, a euphemism, meaning, to bribe, as in to grease someones palm" Pomade, a hair styling wax Grease, a slang term for killing, as in "The mob has been known to grease anyone who gets in its way"

Ike & Tina on the Road: 1971–72

On the Road: 1971–72 is a documentary film about R&B duo Ike & Tina Turner. The footage was assembled by rock photographer Bob Gruen and his wife Nadya. The film was released in 2012 and won the 2014 Living Blues Award for Best Blues DVD of 2013.

Night Stalker

Golden State Killer also known as the "Original Night Stalker", serial killer and rapist unrelated to Richard Ramirez who operated in Southern California from the late-1970s to mid-1980s; a suspect was arrested in 2018 Delroy Easton Grant, a seri ...

Big

"Big" Sneaky Sound System song "Big", a 1990 song by New Fast Automatic Daffodils Big Records, a record label Big album, a 2007 album by Macy Gray Big: the musical, a 1996 musical based on the film "Big" Dead Letter Circus song

Notebook (disambiguation)

The Notebook 1986, a novel by Agota Kristof "The Notebook" 1994, a poem from Early Work by Patti Smith Notebook style, a writing technique The Notebook novel 1996, by Nicholas Sparks

Two for the Show (Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely album)

Two for the Show is a studio album by American country music artists Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. It was released in December 1972 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. It was pairs second studio album as a duet team. The album inc ...

Where Do I Go from Here

Where Do I Go from Here or Where Do I Go from Here? may refer to: Where Do I Go from Here The Supremes song, 1975, The Supremes song Where Do I Go from Here England Dan & John Ford Coley song, 1977, England Dan & John Ford Coley song, also covere ...

Women Make Film

Women Make Film is a documentary film by the Mark Cousins. The film premiered on 1 September 2018 at the Venice Film Festival, and was released on the BFI Player in May 2020. The film is divided into 40 chapters over 14 hours and features the wor ...

Protector

Lord Protector, a title that has been used in British constitutional law for the head of state Protector title, a title or part of various historical titles of heads of state and others in authority Protector role variant, in personality testing, ...

1973 Bath City Council election

The 1973 Bath City Council election was held on Thursday 10 May 1973 to elect councillors to the new Bath City Council in England. It took place on the same day as other district council elections in the United Kingdom. These were the first elect ...

Billy Liar (TV series)

Billy Liar is a sitcom of 26 30-minute episodes over two series made by London Weekend Television in 1973–1974 which starred Jeff Rawle as Billy Fisher. In addition there was a short five-minute long special as part of the All Star Comedy Carniva ...

The Shops at Foothills

The Shops at Foothills, formerly Foothills Fashion Mall and Foothills Mall, is a shopping mall in Fort Collins, Colorado, United States. Opened in 1972, the mall was developed by EverWest, a joint venture of Everitt Enterprises and Westcor. Origi ...

Olga di Gresy

Marchesa Olga di Gresy was an Italian fashion designer specialising in knitwear, active between 1928 and 1984. Her company, Mirsa, was one of the most successful Italian knitwear companies of the immediately post-Second World War period, and she ...

Gilmar (disambiguation)

Gilmar Silva born 1984, a Brazilian football soccer attacking-midfielder Gilmar - Gilmar dos Santos Neves born 1930, a former Brazilian football soccer goalkeeper Gilmar Lobato da Rocha born 1973, Brazilian-Portuguese football soccer midfielder G ...

1974 in American television

On the American soap opera Love of Life, Meg Dale Tudi Wiggins calls her son Ben Christopher Reeve a "bastard", the first time a swear word was spoken on American daytime television.

Shatter

Shatter or shattering may refer to: Shatter Transformers Sharceatter, a Transformers character) Susan Louise Shatter 1943–2011, American landscape painter Alan Shatter, Irish politician Shatter attack, in computing, a technique used against Micro ...

Alex Bekker

Alex Bekker is a physician, author and academic. He is a Professor and Chair at the Department of Anesthesiology, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He is also Professor at the Department of Physiology, Pharmacology & Neurosciences. He serves as ...

Radio City

Radio City Talk, a speech-led sister to Radio City Radio City 2, a secondary station to the Liverpool-based Radio City, now known as Greatest Hits Liverpool Radio City Tower, a radio and observation tower in Liverpool Radio City 3, a defunct sist ...