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IMPA

IMPA may refer to: Impa shilup, or "Nalusa chito", the soul eater, one of the Choctaw mythology Shadow like beings EET Nº7 Taller Regional Quilmes IMPA, a high school in Quilmes, Buenos Aires Industrias Metalurgicas y Plasticas Argentinas S.A., a ...

Memphis

Memphis, Egypt, the ancient capital of the first nome of Lower Egypt, and of the Old Kingdom of Egypt Mampsis, Mamshit or Memphis, a Nabatean city In the United States Memphis, Missouri Memphis, Alabama Memphis, New York Memphis, Tennessee, the s ...

Safir

Safir may refer to: Safir Belgian beer, a Belgian beer now owned by InBev Safir vehicle, an Iranian made military jeep Safir rocket an Iranian rocket Safir cycling team, a Belgian professional cycling team known as Safir 1978 and 1985 Safir singe ...

Melusine (disambiguation)

Melusine is a figure of European legends and folklore. Melusine or Melusina may also refer to: "Melusine", a 2005 song by Nolwenn Leroy from Histoires Naturelles Melusine Reimann, a 1971 opera 373 Melusina, a main-belt asteroid Melusine novel, a ...

Faust House

Faust House may refer to: in Prague, Czech Republic Faustuv dum in Czech. A baroque palace is called so due to a legend associated with it. The legend is probably based on the historical figure of English alchemist Edward Kelley, friend of John D ...

Rng

Rng or RNG may refer to: RNG, is an American Music Producer from Salinas, CA. Owner of www.cloudofloud.com and producer for independent music label Xd Out Muzick.

With Him Tonight

With Him Tonight is a single by Dutch girl group Luv. This song performed in English and Spanish was released on July 4, 2019. Luv had not put out new material since the All You Need Is Luv album in 1994. "With Him Tonight" was recorded by the or ...

Khan Shatyr Mountain

Khan Shatyr Mountain is located in the Western spurs of the Zhetysu Alatau, Kazakhstan, which were formed during the formation of the Alpine folding. The formation of the local terrain was also influenced by the processes of ancient and modern gl ...

Boguty Mountains

Boguty mountains are also called "Red mountains". They are widely popular among tourists and day trips are made here. The mountains also attract the attention of mountain bikers and Jeepers. The color of these mountains is unusual – from light be ...

Bridge of Lies

The Bridge of Lies is a legendary pedestrian bridge located in the center of the Transylvanian city of Sibiu in central Romania. There are many legends surrounding the bridge because of its name. It is the first cast iron bridge built in Romania ...

Balan

Balan, Ain, a French commune Balan river, a tributary of the Ramnicul Sarat in Vrancea County, Romania Balan, Iran disambiguation, places in Iran Balan, Ardennes, a French commune Balan, a town in Harghita County, Romania Balan, Salaj, a commune ...

2017 Mackay Cutters season

The 2017 Mackay Cutters season was the tenth in the clubs history. Coached by Steve Sheppard and captained by Andrew Davey and Setaimata Sa, they competed in the QRLs Intrust Super Cup. The club missed the finals for the fourth consecutive season ...

Saint Anselms

St. Anselm Catholic School, an elementary school in Toronto, Canada Saint Anselm College, a liberal arts college in Goffstown, New Hampshire, United States The Pontifical Atheneum of St. Anselm Pontificio Ateneo Sant Anselmo in Rome St. Anselms A ...

Alexander Hood

Alexander Hood may refer to: Alexander Hood Governor of Bermuda 1888–1980, army medical officer and Governor of Bermuda Alexander Hood Royal Navy officer 1758–1798 Alex Hood born 1935, Australian folklorist Admiral Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Br ...

Joseph Watson

Joseph or Joe Watson may refer to: Joe Watson English footballer 1906/1907 – after 1928, English footballer for Darlington Joseph Watson, 1st Baron Manton 1873–1922, English industrialist; chairman of soap firm Joseph Watson and Sons Ltd. Joseph ...

Thomas Crane (disambiguation)

Thomas Crane was an English portrait painter. Thomas or Tom Crane may also refer to: Tom Crane footballer 1921–2010, Australian rules footballer Thomas Frederick Crane 1844–1927, American folklorist, academic, and lawyer Thomas Crane 1843–1903, E ...

Robert McCormick

Robert McCormick may refer to: Robert McCormick explorer 1800–1890, naturalist with the British Royal Navy Robert McCormick Virginia 1780–1846, American inventor, and progenitor of the McCormick family of Chicago Robert McCormick, the ex-CEO of S ...

William Kirby

William Kirby may refer to: William Kirby footballer, Gaelic footballer Cam Kirby or William J. Cameron Kirby 1909–2003, Canadian politician William Kirby producer, filmmaker who worked on Innocents in Paris William Forsell Kirby 1844–1912, Engli ...

Robert Bryan

Robert Bryan may refer to: Bob Bryan geologist, Australian geologist Robert Bryan poet 1858–1920, Welsh folklorist Robert Brian born 1970, British jazz and rock drummer Robert A. Bryan 1926–2017, American university professor and university presi ...

William Gill

William Gill may refer to: William Gill photographer 1854–1912, British photographer William Ward Gill 1823–1894, English painter, brother of Edmund Marriner Gill William Wyatt Gill 1828–1896, English missionary William Gill sea captain 1795–1858 ...

Ghost light

Ghost light or ghostlight may refer to: Min light, an unexplained light phenomenon that has often been reported in outback Australia The Spooklight, a ghost light on U.S. Route 66 Naga fireball, a phenomenon said to be seen annually on the Mekong ...

Gaunt

In Warhammer 40.000 Gaunt is a playable character from the video game Quake III Arena s expansion pack Quake 3 Team Arena Ibram Gaunt, an Imperial Guard officer and main character of the above series The House of Gaunt, a wizard family in the Har ...

Santa Rita

Santa Rita may refer to: Santa Rita de Cassia FC, an Angolan football soccer club Rita of Cascia 1381–1457, Catholic saint Associação Atletica Santa Rita, a Brazilian football soccer club

Pedro (disambiguation)

Pedro footballer, born 1978, Spanish right-back Pedro footballer, born 1986, Spanish forward Pedro footballer, born 1997, Brazilian forward Pedro footballer, born 1987, Spanish forward/winger Pedro footballer, born 1984, Spanish midfielder

Joanna (disambiguation)

Joanna 2010 film, directed by Feliks Falk Joanna, a goanna in the film The Rescuers Down Under Joanna 1925 film, a lost American silent film Joanna 1968 film, a 1968 British drama film Joanna 2013 film, a documentary film nominated for an Academy ...

GCR

Glucocorticoid receptor, a cell protein which responds to glucocorticoid compounds Geological Conservation Review, a procedure of the British Joint Nature Conservation Committee Global catastrophic risk, a potential catastrophe that would affect ...

Sub Rosa (disambiguation)

Sub rosa is a Latin phrase connoting secrecy. Sub rosa or subrosa may also refer to: Sub Rosa Pocahontas, Mississippi, listed on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Hinds County, Mississippi Subrosa band; the band For Squirrels c ...

Charles Godfrey

Charles Godfrey may refer to: Charles Godfrey courtier 1648–1714, British courtier and politician Private Charles Godfrey, fictional character from British television comedy Dads Army Charles Godfrey American football born 1985, American football ...

Margaret MacDonald

Margaret MacDonald, Macdonald or McDonald may refer to: Maggie Macdonald 1952–2016, Scottish singer Margaret MacDonald nurse 1873–1948, Canadian nurse Margaret McDonald voice actress born 1988, American voice actress Margaret MacDonald politician ...

Henry Reed

Henry Reed may refer to: Henry Reed musician 1884–1968, Appalachian fiddler and banjoist, associated with folklorist Alan Jabbour Henry Reed merchant 1806–1880, British merchant, philanthropist and evangelist Henry Byron Reed 1855–1896, Member of ...

Lady Evelyn

Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park, a park in Ontario, Canada Lady Evelyn Hotel, a former hotel in Ontario, Canada Lady Evelyn River, a river in Ontario, Canada Lady Evelyn Lake, a lake in Ontario, Canada

Arthur Moore

Arthur Moore may refer to: Arthur B. B. Moore 1906–2004, Canadian church moderator and university administrator A. Harry Moore Arthur Harry Moore, 1879–1952, American politician Arthur Cotton Moore born 1935, American architect Arthur James Moore ...

Demonic

Demonic, daemonic or dæmonic may refer to: Demonic album, a 1997 album by American trash metal band Testament Demon, a supernatural and often malevolent being prevalent historically in religion, occultism, literature, fiction, mythology, and folk ...

Cronos

Cronus, also spelled "Cronos" or "Kronos", was the leader and the youngest of the first generation of Titans in Greek mythology. Cronos may also refer to:

Lusitanian

Lusitanian may refer to: Lusitanian mythology, the mythology of the ancient Lusitanians Lusitanians, an ancient people of western Iberian Peninsula Lusitanian War, the war between Ancient Rome and the ancient Lusitanians Lusitanian language, the ...

Pygmalion

Pigmalion opera, a 1745 opera by Jean-Philippe Rameau Pygmalion, ou La Statue de Chypre, an 1883 ballet with choreography by Marius Petipa Pimmalione, an 1809 opera by Luigi Cherubini Pygmalion opera, a 1779 duodrama opera by Georg Anton Benda Py ...

Argosy

Argosy spaceship in Escape Velocity video game Argosy magazine, an American pulp magazine 1882–1978 and revived 1990–1994, 2004–2006 Argosy UK magazine, three British magazines The Argosy newspaper, newspaper published in British Guiana 1880-1907

Actaeon (ship)

Several ships have been named Actaeon for Actaeon, a figure from Greek mythology" Actaeon 1815 ship or Actæon, or Acteon was launched at Fort Gloster, India, in 1815. She was wrecked without loss of life on 28 October 1822 in the DEntrecasteaux C ...

EEA

EEA Helicopter Operations, a Dutch subsidiary of CHC Helicopter European Economic Area European Environment Agency Egyptian Engineering Agencies, a company based in Cairo

Michael Mason

Michael Mason may refer to: Michael Mason soccer born 1971, American-German soccer player Mike Mason baseball born 1958, retired Major League Baseball player Michael Mason high jumper born 1986, Canadian high jumper Michael Mason swimmer born 197 ...

Brontes

Brontes may refer to: Anne Bronte 1820–1849, English novelist and poet, the youngest member Bronte, family; notably Emily Bronte 1818–1848, English novelist and poet who is best known for her only novel, Wuthering Heights Bronte, a minor Greek go ...

Bast

Bast, alternate name of Basut disambiguation, places in Iran Basť, a village in the Prague-East District, Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic Bast-e Faryab, a village in Fars Province, Iran Bast, Baska Voda, a village in the Split-Dalma ...

Gryphon (disambiguation)

Gryphon band, a British progressive rock band Gryphon album, the bands debut album Gryphon film, a 2007 made-for-TV movie on the Sci-Fi Channel Gryphon, a 1990 installment of the PBS series WonderWorks Gryphon Alices Adventures in Wonderland

Canela

Canela, Chile, a commune in Chile La Canela, a legendary location in South America Isla Canela, an island in Andalusia, Spain Canela, Rio Grande do Sul, a town in Brazil

Roland (disambiguation)

Rural Municipality of Roland, Manitoba Canada Roland, Manitoba, a village Roland, Oklahoma, United States, a town Roland, Arkansas, United States, a census-designated place Lake Roland disambiguation Roland, Texas, United States, an unincorporate ...

Joey

Joey 1997 film, an Australian film directed by Ian Barry Joey 1977 film, an American film directed by Horace Jackson Joey TV series, a spin-off of the popular Friends television series Joey 1985 film, a German horror film directed by Roland Emmer ...

I Spy

I-Spy Michelin, a series of spotters guides for children I Spy Scholastic, a 1990s series of picture books by Jean Marzollo and Walter Wick "I Spy", a 1930 short story by Graham Greene

Black Coffee (Ike & Tina Turner song)

Black Coffee is a funk rock song written by Tina Turner. It originally recorded by R&B duo Ike & Tina Turner for their 1972 album Feel Good on United Artists Records. English rock band Humble Pie released a popular rendition of the song in 1973.

Here I Stand

Here I Stand may refer to: "Hier stehe ich" "Here I stand", a statement attributed to Martin Luther at the Diet of Worms 1521 Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther, a 1950 book by Roland Bainton Paul Robeson: Here I Stand, a 1999 DVD about Paul R ...

Brown Sugar (IDER song)

"Brown Sugar" is a song recorded by English singer-songwriter duo IDER for their debut album, Emotional Education. It was released on 1 February 2019 as the fourth single from the album.