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Henry Fowler

Henry Fowler may refer to: Henry Fowler educator 1915-2007, Jamaican educator and politician Henry Fowler Maryland and Wisconsin 1799–?, American politician Henry Hartley Fowler, 1st Viscount Wolverhampton 1830–1911, British politician Henry Fowl ...

Apostezjon

Apostezjon is social science fiction dystopia trilogy by Polish sociologist and science fiction writer Edmund Wnuk-Lipinski. It consists of three novels, Wir pamieci, Rozpad polowiczny, and Mord zalozycielski. The overall story covers the dynamic ...

Blood Ties

"Blood Ties", the 20th episode 2004 of the third season of the television series Alias Blood Ties 1991 film, a 1991 television film and failed pilot about a clan of Los Angeles vampires; first aired on the Fox network "Blood Ties" Legends of Tomo ...

Last Laugh

The Last Laugh poem, a poem by Wilfred Owen The Last Laugh, a 2007 play by Richard Harris Last Laugh comics, a DC Comics crossover series featuring the Joker The Last Laugh: a new philosophy of near-death experiences, apparitions, and the paranor ...

Dust to Dust

Dust to Dust may refer to: "all are of the dust, and all turn to dust again" from Ecclesiastes 3 "Earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust," phrase from the funeral service in the Book of Common Prayer

Majesty (disambiguation)

Majesty is a prefix for something that belongs to the monarch, as in HM Ship or HMS, HM Government, etc. Majesty may also refer to: Norwegian Majesty, a ship in Norwegian Cruise Lines

Patria (novel)

Patria is a novel by the Spanish writer Fernando Aramburu published by Tusquets Eds. The story takes place in the Basque Country with the end of ETA terrorism.

Luna (2017 film)

Luna is a 2017 German thriller film, directed by Khaled Kaissar, and starring Lisa Vicari, Carlo Ljubek, and Branko Tomovic.

The Case Against Adnan Syed

The Case Against Adnan Syed is a 2019 true-crime docuseries about the murder of Hae Min Lee. It was directed by Amy J. Berg and produced by Working Title Television, among others. The first episode of the four-part series premiered March 10, 2019 ...

The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson

The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson is a 2019 American film based on the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson. The film presents an alternative theory of who her killer could have been, serial killer Glen Edward Rogers, as opposed to the main suspect, h ...

Kill Team

"Kill team demo", a song by thrash metal band Sadus from the 2007 reissue of Illusions The Kill Team 2013 film, a documentary about the Maywand District murders The Kill Team 2019 film, a docudrama based on the Maywand District murders

Sacrifice (2020)

Sacrifice was the eleventh Sacrifice professional wrestling Impact Plus event produced by Impact Wrestling in conjunction with Ohio Valley Wrestling. The event took place on February 22, 2020 at the Davis Arena in Louisville, Kentucky and exclusi ...

A Witness Out of the Blue

A Witness Out of the Blue is a 2019 Hong Kong crime thriller film produced by Derek Yee and written and directed by Andrew Fung. The film stars Louis Koo as a robber who becomes a prime suspect of a new murder case in which the only witness is a ...

Foreign policy of Bernie Sanders

This article describes the foreign policy positions taken by Bernie Sanders during his congressional career and presidential campaigns in 2016 and 2020. Sanders supports ending the War in Afghanistan and American involvement in the Saudi Arabian- ...

Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a CG Project

The Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a CG Project is one of the annual awards given by the Visual Effects Society. The award goes to artists whose work in virtual cinematography. It was first awarded in 2003 ...

Chin Ho Kelly

Chin Ho Kelly is a fictional character from CBS Hawaii Five-O. He was portrayed by Kam Fong in the original show from 1968 to 1978, and later by Daniel Dae Kim in the series remake from 2010 to 2017.

Morlock (disambiguation)

Morlock Ambrosius, a recurring character in James Enges Morlock the Maker series The human agents of the forces of Hell on Earth in the short-lived science fiction television series G vs. E Morlocks, an alien species in the Known Space fictional ...

Ka Hakaka Maikai

Ka Hakaka Maikai is the sixth episode of the second season of Hawaii Five-0. It aired on October 24, 2011. The episode was written by Kyle Harimoto and directed by Larry Teng. The episode included a crossover appearance from Daniela Ruah as Kensi ...

Trincomalee (disambiguation)

Trincomalee may refer to: 2006 Trincomalee massacre of NGO workers, also known as the Muttur massacre, refers to the massacre of 17 employees of the French INGO Action Against Hunger in August 2006 in the town of Muttur, Trincomalee District Trin ...

Walton-on-Thames Cemetery

Walton-on-Thames Cemetery is the municipal part of Walton-on-Thamess main cemeteries next to the parish church and facing the Methodist Church. Among the 229 graves are 33 for casualties from World War I and World War II. Near the entrance is a m ...

Mitka Grubcheva

Mitka Grubcheva was a Bulgarian political activist, participant in the communist movement during the Second World War and partisan from the "Georgi Benkovski" squadron.

Kris Elgstrand

Kris Elgstrand is a Canadian film director and screenwriter. He is most noted for his 2014 film Songs She Wrote About People She Knows, which received several Canadian Screen Award nominations at the 4th Canadian Screen Awards in 2016; Elgstrand ...

Roesia de Verdun

Roesia de Verdun, also spelled Rohese and Rose, was a Norman femme sole and one of the most powerful women of Ireland in the 13th century. She is also the only woman to have built a castle in Ireland.

Vetri (actor)

Vetri made his film debut with 8 Thottakkal 2017. Although the film received positive reviews from critics, the film fared poorly at the box office. His next film was Jiivi 2019, which released to positive reviews and performed decently at the bo ...

Brian Murray (judge)

Brian Murray is an Irish lawyer who has been a judge of the Court of Appeal since November 2019. He formerly worked as a barrister prior to becoming a judge.

Leslie Schwartz

Leslie Schwartz is an American author and teacher of creative writing. She has published two novels, Jumping the Green and Angels Crest, the latter of which was made into a 2011 film, and The Lost Chapters, a memoir of her time in jail while reco ...

Shannon Johnson (murderer)

Shannon M. Johnson was an American convicted murderer who was sentenced to death and executed for the 2006 murder of 25-year-old Cameron Hamlin in Wilmington, Delaware. Johnson was executed by lethal injection at the James T. Vaughn Correctional ...

People in the Room

People in the Room is a novel by Argentinian author Norah Lange, originally published in Spanish under the name Personas en la sala in 1950. The English version, translated by Charlotte Whittle, was published in August of 2018. In 1959, the Argen ...

List of Judy Davis performances

The film career of Judy Davis spans over four decades and includes credits in both film and television. Davis first garnered acclaim for her performance in the period drama My Brilliant Career, which earned her two BAFTA Awards. She garnered inte ...

Michael Ford

Michael D. Ford 1928–2018, English film set director John M. Ford 1957–2006, also known as Mike Ford, American science-fiction writer and game designer Michael Thomas Ford born 1968, American novelist Mike Ford musician, Canadian singer-songwrite ...

Horseshoe Lake

Horseshoe Lake, Alberta Horseshoe Lake, a community in Seguin Township, Ontario Horseshoe Lake Pipestone River, Ontario, a lake downstream from the Frog Rapids on the Pipestone River in Kenora District, Ontario

Rita Bouvier

Bouvier was born in 1950 in Ile-à-la-Crosse Sakitawak, Saskatchewan where she lived until moving to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan where she currently resides. Bouvier holds a M.Ed from the University of Saskatchewan.

Bone Black (2019 novel)

Bone Black is a novel, published in 2019, by Canadian author Carol Rose GoldenEagle. In a long interview with Shelagh Rogers GoldenEagle described her experience in the decades as a journalist of First Nations women being covered only as victims. ...

Russell Williams

Russell Williams cyclist born 1961, English former road and track cyclist Russell Williams footballer born 1974, former Australian rules footballer

Pierre Benoit

Pierre Benoit may refer to: Pierre Benoit novelist 1886–1962, novelist and member of the Academie française Pierre Benoit Malecite died 1786, Malecite Indian who was murdered by settlers in York County, New Brunswick Pierre Basile Benoit 1837–191 ...

Mignonette

Mignonette or Reseda plant, a genus of fragrant herbaceous plants Mignonette tree, also called henna Cultivars of butterhead-type lettuce Lactuca sativa var. capitata, such as Green mignonette and Red mignonette Mignonette vine, Anredera cordifolia

Hugh Purcell of Loughmoe

Sir Hugh Purcell of Loughmoe was the founder of the Lordship and Barony of Loughmoe, as well as being the constructor of a fragment of Loughmoe castle. He was married to Beatrix FitzWalter, who was the daughter of Theobald FitzWalter. He is known ...

Bezawada Bapanaya Naidou

Bezawada Bapanaya Naidou Jr was a grandson of Bezawada Bapanaya Sr., the first Mayor of Yanam, and was himself the mayor from 1925 to 1930. He was one of the two powerful political leaders in Yanam during French rule. It was told that he was very ...

Bear River

California Bear River Humboldt County Bear River Mokelumne River tributary Bear River Feather River tributary Colorado Bear River Colorado Georgia Bear River Georgia Maine Bear River Androscoggin River Bear River Long Lake Massachusetts Bear Rive ...

Chantecoq (film)

Chantecoq A.K.A. Lespionne de Guillaume is a 1916 French spy film directed by Henri Pouctal, starring Claude Merelle, Gaston Michel and Julien Clement. It is about an amateur detective unmasking a group of German spies in France on the eve of Wor ...

Ettuthikkum Para

Ettuthikkum Para is a 2020 Tamil language film directed by Keera. The film stars Samuthirakani and Chandini Tamilarasan in the lead roles with Nitish Veera and Munishkanth in pivotal roles.

Bow Street Academy

The Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting previously known as The Factory, Bow Street, is a film and television acting academy in Dublin, Ireland. It has facilities in Bow Street, Smithfield, having moved from premises in the docklands in 2015. It ...

Cantaloupe (disambiguation)

Viscount Cantelupe, subsidiary title of the Earl De La Warr George West, Viscount Cantelupe 1814–1850, eldest son of the 5th Earl Joseph Cantalupo born 1943, Mafia informant William Cantelo born 1839, British inventor Jim Cantalupo 1943–2004, Ame ...

Leatherface (disambiguation)

Leatherface is a fictional character from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise. Leatherface may also refer to: Leatherface 2017 film, an American horror film; a prequel to The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Texas Chainsaw 3D Leatherface band, a Br ...

Port Arthur

Port Arthur may refer to: In China: Siege of Port Arthur, a land battle in 1904 Port Arthur, China, now called Lushunkou District in the city of Dalian Battle of Port Arthur, a sea battle in the Russo-Japanese War in 1904 Port Arthur massacre Chi ...

Meja (disambiguation)

Meja Dam, on Kothari River Rajastan Meja, Kranj, a settlement in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia Meja, Kosovo, site of Meja massacre Meja Road, a district of an eastern Allahabad, and a railway station in India Meja, Allahabad district Meja ...

Marengo process

The Marengo process or Marengo trial is a trail of leading members of the Mocro Mafia, a Dutch-Moroccan criminal organisation. 16 suspects are standing trial for involvement in various murders and attempted murders. The process is named after the ...

AMB

AMB may refer to: Advanced Memory Buffer, used in Fully Buffered DIMM memory Axe Murder Boyz, a two-man rap group Otis & Bonez Dubb Amphotericin B, an anti-fungal drug Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, one of the armed sections of the Palestinian Fatah m ...

Matanza

Matanza may refer to: 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre Matanza Cueto, Guamanian professional wrestler La Matanza 1910-1920 Matanza Inc, a Brazilian country/hardcore band formerly known as Matanza

Mike Lees

Captain Michael Mike Lees was a British soldier and member of the Special Operations Executive during World War 2, who operated behind enemy lines supporting Italian and Yugoslavian partisan forces. The chief planner of Operation Tombola, an atta ...