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Flashpoint

Flashpoint or flash point may refer to: Flash point, a liquids lowest temperature of ignition Flashpoint politics, an area or dispute likely to develop into war

Bleeding heart

Ehrendorferia, also known as eardrops Bleeding-heart, perennial herbaceous plants of the family Papaveraceae, including Dicentra, a genus native to eastern Asia and North America Lamprocapnos spectabilis formerly Dicentra spectabilis, a popular g ...

The Beat

The Beat with Ari Melber, a news and politics show on MSNBC The Beat 1988 film, an American drama starring William McNamara The Beat 2003 film, an American drama starring Jazsmin Lewis The Beat Philippine TV program, a current affairs and talk pr ...

The Sound of Silence (disambiguation)

Sound of Silence 2017 film, a 2017 Indian film The Sound of Silence 2019 film, a 2019 American drama film Sounds of Silence 2006 film, a 2006 documentary about music in Iran

Investigator

In Mormon missionary terminology, an investigator refers to someone who is investigating the LDS Church. Generally, a non-member who is taking the missionary discussions. Psychic detective, a person who investigates crimes by using purported psyc ...

Matt Ellis

Matthew or Matt Ellis may refer to: Matt Ellis Australian musician born 1973, Australian singer-songwriter Matthew Ellis American musician, member of A Hope for Home Matthew Ellis British musician, pseudonym of novelist Michael Cox Matt Ellis Fam ...

Special Squad

Special Squad film, a 1995 Indian Malayalam film Special Squad Australian TV series, a 1984 Australian crime drama television series Colt 38 Special Squad, a 1976 Italian poliziottesco film Restol, The Special Rescue Squad, a 1999 Korean animated ...

Circumstance

Exigent circumstance, allowing law enforcement to enter a structure outside the bounds of a search warrant Aggravating circumstance, circumstance attending the commission of a crime which increases its enormity or adds to its consequences Attenda ...

Force majeure (disambiguation)

Force majeure is a common clause in contracts that frees parties from legal obligation when an extraordinary event or circumstance occurs. Force Majeure may also refer to:

Evil Angel

Evil Angel may refer to: "Evil Angel", a song by Breaking Benjamin from their 2006 album Phobia Evil Angels film, a 1988 film originally released in Australia, known as A Cry in the Dark outside of Australia and New Zealand Evil Angel film, a 200 ...

The Crew

The Crew may refer to: The Crew 2008 film, a British crime film The nickname for the Columbus Crew, a Major League Soccer franchise The Crew comics, a Marvel Comic The Crew album, a 1984 album by 7 Seconds The Crew 2015 film, a French crime film ...

Fastlane

Fastlane or fast lane or Fast Lane may refer to: WWE Fastlane, a professional wrestling event Fast Lane video game, a 1987 Konami arcade game Fastlane 2018 Fastlane 2016 Fastlane 2015 Fastlane 2017 Fastlane 2019

Harry Potter (disambiguation)

Harry Potter is a series of novels written by J. K. Rowling. Harry Potter may also refer to other parts of the franchise: Harry Potter film series, the David Heyman-produced film series based on the Rowling novels Harry Potter and the Cursed Chil ...

Four on the Floor

Four on the Floor U.S. TV program, a 1994 American music TV program that aired on VH1 Four on the Floor Canadian TV series, a 1986 Canadian comedy television series that aired on

Possession

Dependent territory, an area of land over which another country exercises sovereignty, but which does not have the full right of participation in that countrys governance Title property Possession law, exclusive practical control of a thing, in t ...

Equal justice (disambiguation)

Equal justice can refer to: Equal Justice Works, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization that focuses on careers in public service for lawyers Equal Justice for Troops blog, a military justice and veterans blog which discusses issues affect ...

CCRC

The abbreviation CCRC may refer to: Climate Change Research Centre, an Australian research initiative focussing on climate change Capital College and Research Centre Criminal Cases Review Commission, an investigative body that reviews possible mi ...

Bite Me

Bite Me may refer to: "Bite Me!", a song by Hocico from their 2010 album Tiempos de Furia Bite Me! film, a 2004 horror film "Bite Me", a sixth-season episode of the television series Medium "Bite Me" Charmed, a fourth-season episode of the televi ...

Dogman

Dogman childrens musical, based on the book by John Dowie Dogman, a 2003 book by John Dowie with Delphine Thomas Dog Man, a comedic graphic novel series by Dav Pilkey "Dogman" song, a song from album Dogman album, a 1994 album by Kings X "Dogman" ...

The Don

The Don may refer to: "The Don" Nas song Sir Donald Bradman or The Don, Australian cricketer The Don 2006 film, a Malayalam film by Shaji Kailas starring Dileep "The Don" The View song Don, Tasmania Donald Trump American President and businessman ...

Unspoken

Unspoken film, a 2008 drama film directed by Fien Troch "Unspoken" CSI: NY, a 2012 episode of crime drama CSI: NY Unspoken, a 2006 film starring William Sadler

Go to Hell

"Go to Hell" American Horror Story, an episode of the TV series American Horror Story Go to Hell!!, a 1997 Australian animated film Band Toh Baje Ga, a 2018 Pakistani television film, previously titled Go To Hell "Go to Hell" CSI, an episode of t ...

Wanna Be

"Wannabe", a 1996 song by the Spice Girls "Wannabe" Itzy song, 2020 "Wanna Be", a 2007 song by Dizzee Rascal from the album Maths + English "Wannabe", a 2014 song by FEMM from the album Femm-Isation "Wanna Be" single album, by AOA, 2012

Kamala Hayman

Kamala Hayman is a New Zealand newspaper journalist and editor. In 2018 she was appointed editor of The Press, a metropolitan daily newspaper in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Wayne William Howlett

Wayne William Howlett is an Australian criminal currently serving a sentence of imprisonment at Risdon Prison and powerlifter who has competed at the World Raw Powerlifting Federation World Championships.

Osca

Osca or OSCA may refer to: O.S.C.A., a brand of Italian sports cars Office of Strategic Crime Assessments, former Australian government agency, precursor to Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission Huescar, Granada or Osca, a municipality in S ...

Underbelly

Underbelly is the side of something that is not normally seen. Figuratively, it means a vulnerable or weak part, similar to the term Achilles heel, or alternatively, a hidden, illicit side of society. This term could refer to:

Reset

Reset Norwegian band Reset Canadian band, a French-Canadian punk band Reset Records, a British record company "Reset" song, a song by Outkast from their 2003 album Speakerboxxx/The Love Below

The InBESTigators (season 2)

The second season of the Australian Childrens mockumentary comedy drama television series The InBESTigators aired on ABC Me between November 11, 2019 and November 30, 2019, being released on Netflix worldwide in January 10, 2020, and consists of ...

Australian Priority Organisation Target

The Australian Priority Organisation Target is a classification used by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission to group threats considered most significant to Australias organised crime environment. Members of the classification include ...

David Faulkner

David Faulkner may refer to: David Faulkner, book author, co-developer of the Bowmans Strategy Clock model Daniel Faulkner 1955–1981, American police officer for whose murder Mumia Abu-Jamal was convicted; sometimes referred to as David Faulkner ...

Scott Volkers

Scott Volkers is a former Australian swimming coach. He was the coach of Samantha Riley, Susie ONeill and Elli Overton, among others. From 1995 until 2012 he was the Head Coach of Queensland Swimming.

Highwayman (disambiguation)

Highwayman, a vehicle in the video game Fallout 2 The Highwayman musical, an Australian musical comedy by Edmond Samuels The Highwayman, American action-adventure television series The Highwaymen artists, a group of 20th-century African-American ...

Mur

Mur may refer to: Places: Mur river or Mura, a river in central Europe Mur, Iran disambiguation Mur Novi Pazar, a large village in Serbia Mur, part of the village of Murzasichle, Poland Mur, Switzerland, a commune in Vaud and Avenches Other uses: ...

Billy Jones

Billy Jones baseball, baseball coach at Appalachian State Billy Jones footballer, born 1987, English footballer, currently playing for Rotherham United F.C. Billy Jones basketball, Maryland Terrapins basketball player Billy Jones footballer, born ...

Allan Maclean

Allan or Alan Maclean may refer to: Allan M.A. McLean 1891–1969, Canadian businessman and politician Alan J. H. Maclean, Senator in Jersey, Channel Islands Allan Maclean, 10th Laird of Ardgour 1668–1756 Alan McLean MP, Member of Parliament for So ...

Muma

Angel Maria de Rosa Municipal Museum of Art in Junin, Argentina Monash University Museum of Art in Melbourne, Australia Museum Maluku in Utrecht, the Netherlands MuMa - musee de Mayotte, France Musee Malraux in Le Havre, France

Frank Jackson

Frank G. Jackson born 1946, mayor of Cleveland, Ohio Frank D. Jackson 1854–1938, governor of Iowa 1894–1896 John Jackson South East Derbyshire MP Frank John Jackson, 1919–1976, British Conservative Member of Parliament, 1959–1964 Frank Jackson Al ...

Grim Reaper (disambiguation)

Title and subject of a painting in the TV series Thriller Season 1 episode 37 Grim Reaper Billy and Mandy, a character in the animated TV series The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy Grim Reaper Nedor Comics, a Nedor Comics hero The Grim Reaper 19 ...

Adam & Eve (song)

Adam & Eve is a country song written and performed by Kasey Chambers and Shane Nicholson. It was co-produced by Kaseys brother, Nash and released in July 2012 as the lead single from their pair second collaborative studio album, Wreck & Ruin. The ...

Fatso

The proper name of Keyboard Cat now deceased, a cat who became the subject of an Internet meme Fatso crocodile, a saltwater crocodile in captivity in Western Australia

Belinda (disambiguation)

Belinda telenovela, a 2004 Mexican series featuring Adriana Cataño Belinda film, a 1988 Australian film Belinda, a fictional character from Mona the Vampire

The Ringer

The Ringer may refer to: The Ringer 1928 film, a British crime film directed by Arthur Maude based on the Edgar Wallace novel "The Ringer" song, by Eminem from Kamikaze The Ringer album, a jazz music album by Charles Tolliver, or the title track ...

I Want to Live

I Want to Live 1982 film, Croatian film I Want to Live!, 1958 film starring Susan Hayward I Want to Live 2018 film, Lithuanian film I Want to Live 1953 film, Mexican crime film I Want to Live 1976 film, Austrian film I Want to Live! 1983 film, te ...

Blizzard (disambiguation)

A blizzard is a severe winter storm condition characterized by low temperatures, strong winds, and heavy snow. Blizzard or The Blizzard may also refer to:

Toter Mann

Toter Mann may refer to: Erdanker Toter Mann, a fixing technology in firn and snow a German mining expression for an unproductive mineral vein Mann Toter Mann, German for "back floating" a form of survival when swimming Toter Mann, German for the ...

Danube (disambiguation)

Danube Banovina, a banovina or province of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia 1929–1945 Danube Vilayet, a vilayet or province of the Ottoman Empire from 1864 to 1878 Danube Canyon, a large submarine canyon in the Black Sea Danube Sinkhole, Upper Danube Na ...

Baron Trenck

Baron Trenck is a comic opera in three acts loosely based on the life of Baron Franz von der Trenck. The original German-language work was composed by Felix Albini to a libretto by Alfred Maria Willner and Robert Bodanzky and premiered at the Sta ...

Alexander Dury

Major-General Alexander Dury was a British soldier who fought in the War of the Austrian Succession. Although he attended a religious academy he chose to make the army his career, rising to the rank of Major General in the First Regiment of Foot ...

Molla

Molla Mallory 1884–1959, Norwegian tennis player Getaneh Molla born 1994, Ethiopian long-distance runner Abdul Quader Molla 1948–2013, Bangladeshi Islamist leader, writer and politician convicted and executed for war crimes Manik Hossain Molla bo ...