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Graffiti (disambiguation)

"Graffiti", Spanish version of hit single from Demis Roussos discography "Graffiti" Gackt song, 2011 "Graffiti" Maxïmo Park song, 2005

DFC

Discovery Family Channel Design for Cost, see Design for X DFC cipher, decorrelated fast cipher Dfc, one of four subclassifications for subarctic climate Digital Film Console, made by AMS Neve Digital Fine Contrast

Totem (disambiguation)

Totem Paluzzi, a sculpture by artist Rinaldo Paluzzi Totem pole, a monumental sculpture carved from trees

El Indio

El Indio may refer to: El indio, a 1939 Mexican drama film El Indio album, a 2003 dancehall/ragga album by Lord Kossity El Indio Gold Belt, a mineral-rich region across the Argentina–Chile border El indio 1953 film, by Filipino director Eddie Rom ...

City Football Academy (Montevideo)

City Football Academy, Montevideo, will be the training and administrative headquarters of professional football club Montevideo City Torque. Announced in January 2020, it will be the fourth City Football Academy complex constructed by City Footb ...

Caribe

Caribe may refer to: The Caribe, or Kalina, an indigenous people of South America Caribe, or Cabir, a computer worm designed for mobile phones The Caribe, or Island Caribs, an indigenous people of the Caribbean Caribe film, a 1987 drama film by d ...

Revolutionary Infrastructure

Revolutionary Infrastructure was the official title used by the Communist Party for their system. During the French War also known as the First Indochina War the French labeled it l’infrastructure Clandestine Viet Minh whereas the Americans refer ...

Caravelle

Caravelle may be a reference to: The Caravelle peninsula of the French Caribbean island of Martinique Caravelle, the French marketing name for the typeface Folio Plymouth Caravelle, a sedan made by Chrysler Corporation from 1983 to 1988 Volkswage ...

GML

Geography Markup Language, an XML grammar to express geographical features Generalized Markup Language, a set of macros for the IBM text formatter, SCRIPT Game Maker Language, the programming language of Game Maker Generative Modelling Language, ...

Stace

Stace as surname or given name may refer to many different people. As a surname: Wesley Stace b. 1965, British musician Aileen Mary Stace 1895–1977, New Zealand craftswoman Arthur Stace 1884 – 1967, Australian religious graffiti artist Clive A. S ...

Wait

Wait Emanuel Nice EP, a 2002 EP released by the band Emanuel Nice Wait Sons of Korah album, 2011 Wait The Polyphonic Spree EP, by The Polyphonic Spree Wait Pardon Us album, 2019 Wait Steelheart album, or the title song

Dome (disambiguation)

Salt dome, formed when a thick bed of evaporite minerals mainly salt, or halite found at depth intrudes vertically into surrounding rock strata Dome geology, a deformational feature consisting of symmetrically-dipping anticlines Granite dome, a d ...

The writing on the wall (disambiguation)

The writing on the wall is an idiomatic expression that suggests a portent of doom or misfortune, based on the story of Belshazzars feast in the book of Daniel. The Writing on the Wall, The Writings on the Wall or similar titles may also refer to:

Jucundia gens

The gens Jucundia was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. No members of this gens are mentioned in ancient writers, but a number are known from inscriptions.

Toy (disambiguation)

Toy surname, a list of people with the surname Toy footballer, born 1977, Cape Verdean-Portuguese footballer Toy given name, a list of people with the given name Dorothy Toy, stage name of Japanese-American dancer Shigeko Takahashi 1917–2019

Roa

Roa, a former borough of the city of Oslo, Norway Roa, Ivory Coast, a village in Comoe District, Ivory Coast Roa de Duero, a municipality in Burgos Province, Spain Roa, Norway, administrative centre of Lunner municipality

Graffiti (film)

The film tells about an artist doing his favorite thing. He is painting graffiti on the walls of the metropolitan subway. Suddenly, bikers attack him, as a result of which he loses a trip to Italy. Instead, he goes to paint in the province, where ...

RSH

RSH may mean: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, a British architectural firm R-SH, within organic chemistry, the notation used for a compound also known as Thiol Royal South Hampshire Hospital in Southampton Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in Shrewsbury ...

Sentimental Journey

Sentimental Journey film, a 1946 motion picture starring Maureen OHara "A Sentimental Journey" Randall and Hopkirk, a 1970 episode of the TV series Randall and Hopkirk Deceased Sentimental Journey anime, a 1998 anime based on the Sentimental Graf ...

Daybreak

Al-Falaq Dawn, Daybreak, the 113th Sura of the Quran Daybreak, adventure book by Ally Kennen Daybreak, comic book by Brian Ralph Daybreak Nietzsche book, an 1881 book of aphorisms by Friedrich Nietzsche Daybreak, a 1968 autobiographical memoir by ...

Cave of Archers

Cave of Archers is a rock art shelter of the Gilf Kebir National Park in the New Valley Governorate, Egypt. It is located on the south-eastern slopes of Gilf Kebir, 40 m to the south of the Cave of Swimmers.

E. Harold Jones

Harold Jones was a British artist and excavator. He contracted tuberculosis and in 1904 he decided to go to Egypt to relieve his symptoms. He worked with John Garstang, of Liverpool, from 1904-07 and then for Theodore M. Davis and Emma Andrews fr ...

TAL

Typed assembly language Transaction Application Language, Tandems system programming language Template Attribute Language

Ondine

Ondine play, a play by Jean Giraudoux 1938 Ondine, character in Toni Morrisons novel Tar Baby 1981 Ondine novel, a novel by Shannon Drake 1988 Ondine, a poem by Aloysius Bertrand 1842

Arturs Akopjans

Akopjans became interested in drawing at the age of 6. He studied at Terlemezian Art College, then 1996 graduated Art Academy of Latvia, Department of painting. He moved to Riga from Yerevan in 1989. Since 2000 he had numerous solo and group exhi ...

Bombardment of Algiers

Bombardment of Algiers may refer to: 2nd Bombardment of Algiers 1683 by a French squadron Bombardment of Algiers 1816 by an Anglo-Dutch fleet 3rd Bombardment of Algiers 1688 by a French squadron Bombardment of Algiers 1784 by an allied Spanish, M ...

The Blue Room

The Blue Room Madeleine Peyroux album, 2013 The Blue Room EP, a 1999 EP by Coldplay The Blue Room soundtrack, a 2010 soundtrack album from Arthur Loves Plastic The Blue Room album, a 2000 album by Union

Sierra de Guadalupe

Sierra de Guadalupe may refer to any of the following: Battle of the Sierra Guadalupe, a battle of the Spanish Civil War Sierra de Guadalupe Madrid Metro, a station on Line 1 Sierra de Guadalupe, Spain, a mountain range in Extremadura also known ...

Amazmaz

Amazmaz is an isolated elevation with steep slopes in the western part of the Adrar plateau in Mauritania, 300 km northeast of the capital Nouakchott.

October (disambiguation)

October is the tenth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. October may also refer to: October Roman month, the eighth of ten months in the oldest Roman calendar

Lining

Lining may refer to: Lining of paintings, the process of restoration paintings by attaching a new canvas to the back of the existing one Brake lining, consumable surfaces in brake systems Roof lining, in an automobile roof Lining sewing, the proc ...

Crossing of the Danube Cross

The Crossing of the Danube Cross was a Decoration established by Prince Carol I of Romania by Royal Decree 617 on 23 March 1878 to award individuals for outstanding leadership and contributions in the Romanian War of Independence. The crossing of ...

Lutsch House

The Lutsch House is a historic monument located in the Grand Square of Sibiu, Transylvania, Romania. It uses the code name 143469.91 in the National Archaeological Repertory of Romania. The building hosts the headquarters of the Democratic Forum ...

Harslov Church

Harslov Church is a medieval church in Harslov, Scania, Sweden. It belongs to the Church of Sweden. The medieval church has been successively rebuilt and altered during the centuries. It was pillaged during the wars between Sweden and Denmark in ...

Norwegian Exhibition

The Norwegian Exhibition was held in Sweden in 1943 to raise awareness of Norwegian culture and history in Sweden. It opened in Thulehuset, Sveavagen, Stockholm on 10 March and ran until 27 April. It was chaired by Hans Wilhelmsson Ahlmann.

Agha Mehdiyev

Agha Mehdiyev was born on 21 March 1920 in Lahij, Ismailli District. He was graduated from Painting School named after Azim Azimzade in 1938. He participated in many exhibitions in the USSR. He has worked extensively on landscape and portrait gen ...

Together (For King & Country, Tori Kelly and Kirk Franklin song)

Together is a song performed by an Australian Christian pop duo For King & Country with American singer Tori Kelly and American gospel musician Kirk Franklin. It was released as a standalone single on 1 May 2020. The song was written by Joel Smal ...

Hot Country Knights

Hot Country Knights is an American country music and parody music band formed by country music singer Dierks Bentley in 2015. The band is composed of alter egos of Bentley and his own road band. Bentley portrays lead singer Douglas "Doug" Douglas ...

DPAC

DPAC may refer to: Performing arts: Durham Performing Arts Center, a theater in North Carolina. Denver Performing Arts Complex, a collection of performing arts facilities in Colorado. Government agencies: Department of Premier and Cabinet, Victor ...

ART

Artists Repertory Theatre, a theatre of Portland, Oregon, US Avatar Repertory Theater, a theatre troupe that performs primarily in the virtual world Second life American Repertory Theater, a theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts, US

ACPA

ACPA may refer to: Arachidonylcyclopropylamide 4.4-Azobis4-cyanopentanoic acid American College Personnel Association Anti-citrullinated protein antibody Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts Armenian College and Philanthropic Academy Alleghe ...

Harald Neuwirth

Born in Vienna, Neuwirth comes from a musical family; the composer Gosta Neuwirth his brother, the composer Olga Neuwirth his daughter. At the age of twelve he was already performing piano concertos by Mozart; he remained faithful to classical mu ...

MDW (disambiguation)

MDW could refer to: University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna German: Universitat fur Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien, a musical school in Vienna, Austria Maidstone West railway station United States Army Military District of Washington Mi ...

Anton M. Storch

Anton M. Storch, Anton M. Storch, for/also: Anton Michael Storch or Anton Maria Storch or Anton Monachus Storch or Anton Max Storch or Anton Martin Storch, was an Austrian composer and choral director.

Imperial Academy

Imperial Academy may refer to: The Imperial Academy of Arts in St Petersburg The former Imperial Iranian Academy of Philosophy, in Tehran The Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow old name The former Imperial Military Academy in St Petersburg The ...

Philharmonic Hall

Philharmonic Hall refers to multiple music venues: Philharmonic Hall, London Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Cologne below the level of the Roncalliplatz in Cologne is the Philharmonic Hall, with seating for 2.000 rising in concen ...

Lungi Panchi Dance

The Lungi Panchi Dance is the dancing style among the Santal people of West Bengal. This dancing is performed with traditional musics and songs. both males and females participate in the Lungi Panchi Dance.

June (disambiguation)

June Mountain, a winter resort in northern California, United States June Island, an island in the Debenham Islands off the west coast of Graham Land, Antarctica June, Missouri, United States, an unincorporated community June, Alberta, Canada Jun ...

Bolonium

This article is about the band. For the fictional element, see list of fictional elements, materials, isotopes and subatomic particles Bolonium is an American comedy rock band based out of Denver, Colorado, formed in 2012 by filmmakers and musici ...

Josep Anselm Clave

Josep Anselm Clave was a politician, composer and writer, founder of the choral movement in Catalonia and a promoter of the associative movement. He was the initiator of choral singing in Catalonia. His first experiences in the musical field were ...