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The Big Boss World Tour

The Big Boss World Tour was a concert tour by reggaeton singer Daddy Yankee to promote his album El Cartel: The Big Boss. This was his second arena tour in the United States. Initially, the tour was planned to end in mid-2008. However, due to the ...

High Street, Worthing

High Street, Worthing is a road in the centre of the town of Worthing, West Sussex, running from Little High Street to The Steyne. It is designated as part of the A259, a major road between Emsworth in Hampshire and Folkestone in Kent. One of the ...

The Kissing Bandit

Jojo the Kissing Bandit, a character in the Avatar: The Last Airbender trading card game The Kissing Bandit film, a 1948 film starring Frank Sinatra and Kathryn Grayson An episode of The Love Boat

Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster (film series)

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Omerta (disambiguation)

Omertà is a code of behaviour usually associated with Italian Mafias. Omerta may also refer to: Omerta video game, a browser-based text MMORPG Omerta – City of Gangsters, a management simulation and a turn-based tactical combat video game with a ...

Dhoni Kabadi Kuzhu

Dhoni Kabadi Kuzhu is a 2018 Indian Tamil language sports drama film written and directed by P. Iyyappan on his directorial debut. The film stars Abhilash and Leema Babu in the main lead roles. The film is based on the clash of two sports cricket ...

John Auchmoutie

John Auchmoutie of Scoughall was a Scottish courtier. He was groom of the bed chamber and master and keeper of the royal wardrobe in Scotland. In July 1600 he and other young men of the royal household including Robert Ker, John Ramsay, John Murr ...

Megantic

Megantic can refer to: Lac-Megantic, Quebec, a municipality in southeastern Quebec formerly called Megantic Mont Megantic, a mountain in southeastern Quebec 4843 Megantic, the asteroid Megantic, 4843th registered, named after the Mont Megantic Ob ...

Robert Brady

Robert, Robbie or Bob Brady may refer to: Robbie Brady born 1992, Irish football player Robert Brady writer 1627–1700, English historian and physician Bob Brady Canadian football 1931–2018, Canadian football player Robert David Brady born 1946, A ...

Jack Kennedy (disambiguation)

Jack Kennedy is a common popular reference to John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States. Jack Kennedy may also refer to: Jack Kennedy footballer, born 1906, English football player Jack Kennedy train robber c. 1870–1922, American outla ...

When You Ask About Love

When You Ask About Love is a song written by Jerry Allison and Sonny Curtis and recorded by the Crickets in 1959. It was a hit in the UK, reaching number 27 in the Singles Charts.

Pat Ryan

Pat Ryan may refer to: Pat Ryan Cork hurler born 1976, Irish hurler Pat Ryan executive born 1937/38, founder and executive chairman of Aon Corporation Pat Ryan curler born 1955, Canadian curler Patrick Ryan athlete 1881–1964, first holder of the ...

James Talbot

James Talbot may refer to: James Talbot, 4th Baron Talbot of Malahide 1805–1883, Anglo-Irish Liberal politician and amateur archaeologist James Talbot rapist, Jesuit priest, teacher, coach, convicted of multiple rapes over a period of decades Jam ...

50

50 may refer to: .50 BMG, a heavy machine gun cartridge also used in sniper rifles one of the years 50 BC, AD 50, 1950.0999 2050 "The Fifty", a group of fifty airmen murdered by the Gestapo after The Great Escape in World War II .50 GI, a wildcat ...

Handshake (disambiguation)

A handshake is a one-on-one, interpersonal greeting ritual. Other uses of the term include: The Handshake Murders, a musical band Liberian snap handshake, a Liberian variation on the canonical handshake Handshake deal, a verbal commitment to a tr ...

Unakkagathane

Unakkagathane is a 2020 Malaysian Tamil-language thriller film. It tells the story of a guy who has to confront the criminal gang and protect his loved ones when he is betrayed by his friend for a murder that he did not commit. It is released on ...

Richard Ross

Richard, Rick or Ricky Ross may refer to: Ricky Ross musician born 1957, Scottish musician singer-songwriter known for his work with the rock band Deacon Blue Richard Ross photographer, American photographer "Freeway" Rick Ross born 1960, also kn ...

McDonald Brothers

McDonald Brothers may refer to: McDonald Brothers architects, in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.A. McDonald brothers priests, Irish priests in early Auckland, New Zealand McDonald Brothers gangsters died 1940, English mobsters McDonald Brothers and Co ...

James McLean

James McLean golfer born 1978, Australian professional golfer Jim McLean born 1937, Scottish football player and manager Dundee United Jimmy McLean footballer, born 1881 1881–?, Scottish footballer Jimmy McLean 1934–1995, Scottish footballer Jame ...

Joseph McDonald

Joseph or Joe McDonald may refer to: Joseph E. McDonald 1819–1891, U.S. Representative and Senator from Indiana Joe McDonald politician born 1966, Minnesota state representative and master photographer Joe McDonald mobster 1917–1997, Irish-Americ ...

James Carnegie

James Carnegie is the name of: James Carnegie pirate fl. 1716, pirate active in the Caribbean who sailed with Henry Jennings James Carnegie, 2nd Earl of Southesk died 1669, Scottish nobleman Sir James Carnegie, 5th Baronet 1799–1849, Scottish MP ...

Light My Byre

Light My Byre is the second album by Scottish band Peat and Diesel, released on 24 January 2020. The album reached number 27 on the UK Albums Chart and got to number 2 on the Scottish Albums Chart, making it the bands most successful album to date.

Charles Gibson (disambiguation)

Charles Gibson is an American television personality. Charles or Charlie Gibson may also refer to: Sir Charles Granville Gibson 1880–1948, British Conservative Party politician Charlie Gibson 1920s catcher 1899–1990, Major League Baseball catcher ...

Gary Wilson

Gary Wilson may refer to: Gary Wilson snooker player born 1985, English snooker player Gary Wilson cricketer born 1986, Irish cricketer Gary Wilson politician born 1946, Canadian politician Gary Wilson racing driver, former American racing driver ...

William Kidd (disambiguation)

William Kidd may refer to: Bill Kidd American politician born 1952, member of the Missouri House of Representatives Billy Kidd footballer 1908–1978, English professional footballer William Kidd painter 1796–1863, Scottish painter William Kidd com ...

Mad Jack

Lt. Col. Jack Churchill 1906–1996, a British World War II soldier who fought armed with a longbow, arrows, and a Scottish broadsword sword, and carried around bagpipes Charles Howard, 20th Earl of Suffolk 1906–1941, World War II bomb disposal exp ...

Milos "Dodo" Dolezal

Milos "Dodo" Dolezal is a Czech guitarist, composer, singer, and producer who has released a number of solo albums since 1991. He gained fame in the late 1980s as the frontman of the heavy metal band Vitacit. He has also played with the band Praz ...

Black Bart

Black Bart wrestler born 1948, stage name of American professional wrestler Rick Harris Bartholomew I of Constantinople born 1940, Orthodox patriarch Bartholomew Roberts 1682–1722, Welsh pirate Black Bart outlaw 1829 – after 1888, English-America ...

Peter Harris

Peter Harris surfer born 1958, Australian surfer Pete Harris basketball, former Northeastern University basketball star Peter Harris boxer born 1962, Welsh boxer Peter Harris footballer 1925–2003, English association football soccer player Pete H ...

Albert Roberts

Albert H. Roberts 1868–1946, American politician who served as Governor of Tennessee Albert Roberts British politician 1908–2000, English MP for Normanton in West Yorkshire

Llan-ar-goll-en

Llan-ar-goll-en is a Welsh mixed media childrens television series created by Siwan Jobbins for S4C, and produced by Twt Productions and Cwmni Da. The series follows the adventures of two detectives; human Prys ar Frys and Ceri the Dog-tective, w ...

Miriam Santos

In 1989, Santos was elected City Treasurer of Chicago, becoming the first latinx individual elected to citywide office in Chicago. In 1991, after Santos raised alarm over the citys management of pension funds, Mayor Richard M. Daley made an attem ...

John Travers

John Travers Sheriff of London, Sheriff of London 1224–1225 John Travers New South Wales politician 1866–1943, Australian politician in New South Wales John Travers MP, for Lancashire John Leo Travers 1899–1979, Australian politician in South Aus ...

Joseph Duncan

Joseph or Joe Duncan may refer to: Joe Don Duncan born 1990, American football player Joseph Alfred Duncan born 1993, Ghanaian footballer Joseph Duncan politician 1794–1844, sixth Governor of the state of Illinois 1834–1838 Joseph Forbes Duncan 1 ...

Stardust (1990 novel)

Stardust is a 1990 crime novel by crime writer Robert B. Parker, using his fictional private investigator Spenser as its protagonist. The novel is about Spenser being paid to guard a television actress, Jill Joyce, who has been getting harassing ...

Bow tie (disambiguation)

Bow-Tie Nebula, another name for NGC 40 C2 in the constellation Cepheus Bow Tie Nebula, another name for the Boomerang Nebula in the constellation Centaurus

Tenth

10th, the ordinal form of the number ten tithe, a one-tenth part of something ⅒ or 1/10, a fraction, one part of a unit divided equally into ten parts. It is written 0.1 in decimal notation. the SI prefix deci- One ten-thousandth of an inch 1/10 ...

Heliopolis

Heliopolis, a planet in the Stargate SG-1 episode "The Torment of Tantalus" Heliopolis Marvel Comics, a location in Marvel comics

Whipple

Whipple Van Buren Phillips 1833–1904, American businessman, grandfather of H. P. Lovecraft, whom he raised Whip Jones 1909–2001, American ski industry pioneer, founder, developer and original operator of the Aspen Highlands ski area in Aspen, Col ...

Ibuki

Ibuki or Clair Pokemon, a Johto gym leader from the Pokemon series Kamen Rider Ibuki, a fictional character from Kamen Rider Hibiki Ibuki Street Fighter, from the video game series Street Fighter Ibuki Xenoblade Chronicles 2, a rare blade from Xe ...

List of characters in Transformers: Cyberverse

Autobots who hail from the colony planet Velocitron. Blurr voiced by JC Ernst - An Autobot Hot Rod and Bumblebee befriended prior to the beginning of the series. Blurr dies following exposure to cosmic rust.

William Sykes

William or Bill Sykes may refer to: Charles Henry Sykes 1882–1942, known as Bill, American cartoonist William Sykes priest 1861–1930, Anglican clergyman William Robert Sykes 1840–1917, British engineer from London William Sykes cricketer 1823–191 ...

John Casey

John Casey may refer to: John Casey academicborn 1939, British academic and a writer for The Daily Telegraph John Casey novelist born 1939, American novelist and translator John Casey commentator born 1964, Australian journalist and sports broadc ...

Salamander (disambiguation)

A song by Jethro Tull on their album Too Old to Rock n Roll: Too Young to Die! A song by Ellegarden on their album Eleven Fire Crackers

Goon

A hired thug, in a goon squad An enforcer ice hockey A guard in a prisoner of war camp British World War II usage Humans People noted for brutality, or otherwise as targets of contempt Goons, members of the Something Awful user forums Alternative ...

Jack the Ripper (disambiguation)

"Jack the Ripper", by Link Wray, 1961 "Jack the Ripper" song, by Clarence Stacy, 1961, also covered by Screaming Lord Sutch, 1963 "Jack the Ripper", by The Misfits from The Devils Rain, 2011 "Jack the Ripper", by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds from ...

Al-Husayn ibn Jamil

Al-Husayn was a mawla "client", being described as mawla amir al-muminin and mawla Abi Jafar al-Mansur. During the caliphate of Harun al-Rashid r. 786–809 he appears to have been appointed as governor of Basra at an unspecified date. In 806 he wa ...

Kurankij

Kurankij was a commander in the Daylamite contingent in the army of Abu Abdallah al-Baridi, who had captured Baghdad on 31 May 941. On 27 June, the soldiers in al-Baridis army mutinied, and Kurankij was selected as the leader of the Daylamites, w ...

Zosimos

Zosimos of Panopolis, also known as Zosimus Alchemista, third century alchemist Zosimus of Rufus and Zosimus died 107, Christian saints Zosimus, Metropolitan of Moscow died 1494, Metropolitan of Moscow and Russia from 1490, author of the Third Ro ...

Black Mass (disambiguation)

Black Mass comics, a DC Comics supervillain Black Mass, a 2000 non-fiction book by Dick Lehr and Gerald ONeill about Boston mobster Whitey Bulger and inspiration for the 2015 film Black Mass: Apocalyptic Religion and the Death of Utopia, a 2007 b ...