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XPT

XPT can mean multiple things: The XPT, a Windows software toolset for programmers. The XPT Framework a web development framework PHP based. The filename extension.xpt is used for XPConnect typelibraries. Xi Jinping Thought, the ruling ideology of ...

China Girl

"China Girl", a song by the group The 411 from their album Between the Sheets "China Girl", a song by John Cougar, released in 1982 on the album American Fool "China Girl" song, a 1977 song by David Bowie and Iggy Pop, rerecorded and released as ...

American Empire

American Empire may refer to: American imperialism American Empire film, a 1942 Western American Empire, a fictional country in the world of Ghost in the Shell series American Empire, a fictional country in the works of Chinese political theorist ...

Empress of China

Empress of China usually refers to the consort of an Emperor; see list of Chinese consorts. It may also refer to Wu Zetian, the only ruling Empress in the history of China. The term may also refer to: The Empress of China film, a 1953 West German ...

Bakers Pit Nature Reserve

Bakers Pit Nature Reserve is a nature reserve in the parish of Ludgvan, west Cornwall managed by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. The reserve is on the moorland of Noon Diggery and is south of the Castle-an-Dinas hillfort and Rogers Tower, a folly bu ...

Meiji

Emperor Meiji, the Emperor of Japan between 1867 and 1912. Meiji Restoration, the revolution that began the Meiji period. Meiji Constitution, the constitution of the Empire of Japan between 1890 and 1947. Meiji period, the name given to that peri ...

USS YAG-2

The USS YAG-2 was a miscellaneous auxiliary service craft of the United States Navy that served during World War II.

Inspector Operation Madkactus

Once again the evil Dr. Claw has unleashed misery onto the world by releasing a horrible new malady called the Madkactus virus. Now it is up to Inspector Gadget, his niece Penny and her dog Brain to stop Dr. Claws latest plan and save the world y ...

The Other Half

The Other Half 2006 Chinese film, a film directed by Ying Li The Other Half TV series, an American day-time talk show The Other Half 2006 British film, a British film The Other Half 2016 film, a Canadian romance film The Other Half 1919 film, a f ...

Claws of the Red Dragon

Claws of the Red Dragon is a Canadian dramatic television film, broadcast by NTD Canada in September 2019. A fictionalization of the political and diplomatic issues surrounding the 2018 arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou by the Royal Canadian Moun ...

Chinaman

Kinamand, a 2005 Danish film whose title translates as Chinaman Chinaman, the English title of the Danish film Kinamand Chinamen 1970, a play in Michael Frayns The Two of Us "The Chinaman", stage name of American comedian Mark Britten

The Sword in the Stone

The Sword in the Stone may refer to: a weapon in the Arthurian legend of Excalibur, which only the rightful king of Britain can pull from the stone the medieval sword of Galgano Guidotti, embedded in a rock at Montesiepi Chapel, Siena, Italy The ...

Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes may refer to: Behind the Scenes documentary, a documentary released by record artist Zendaya Behind the Scenes 1914 film, a silent film starring Mary Pickford Behind the scenes Chinese TV Play, a Chinese TV Play directed by Li J ...

Alexander Sung

Alexander Sung is a Chinese harpsichordist and pianist. His family moved to Hong Kong before the 1949 Chinese Revolution where he attended Pui Ching Middle School. After studies at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, under Heinz Scholz, the broth ...

Production Cantata

The Production Cantata is a cantata by Chinese composer Xian Xinghai. Composed in Yanan in early 1939 during the Second Sino-Japanese War, the work is a setting of patriotic texts by Chen Bingjun.

Man Uk Pin

According to the 1688 Gazetteer of Xinan County, only two villages were established in the modern day Sha Tau Kok area: Ma Tseuk Leng and Man Uk Pin. Both were small agricultural settlements. Wo Hang, although existing, was not recognized. Man Uk ...

Compass (disambiguation)

Compass calipers, a tool to measure distances on a chart or map Compass drawing tool, a tool to inscribe circles and arcs Compass architecture, a curved circular form

Replacement

The Replacements band, an American alternative rock band

Valorant

Valorant is an upcoming free-to-play multiplayer first-person shooter developed and published by Riot Games. The game was first announced with the codename Project A in October 2019. It is set to be released for Microsoft Windows in the summer of ...

Chinese unification (disambiguation)

Chinese unification or unification of China refers to the potential political unification of the Peoples Republic of China and the Republic of China into one sovereign state. Chinese unification may also refer to:

Zhang Qianer

Zhang Qianer was a Chinese chemist who was a professor and doctoral supervisor at Xiamen University. Zhang was a member of the 8th and 9th Standing Committee of the Chinese Peoples Political Consultative Conference. Zhang was a member of the 10th ...

I Can See Your Voice (Chinese game show)

I Can See Your Voice is a television mystery music game show that broadcasts on JSTV. It is the Chinese version of the South Korean namesake program.

Bureau of Interpreters

The Bureau of Interpreters or Sayŏgwŏn was an agency of the Joseon government of Korea from 1393 to 1894 responsible for training and supplying official interpreters. Textbooks for foreign languages produced by the Bureau are valuable sources on ...

Bahai (disambiguation)

Bahai may refer to: Bahai Terraces also known as the Hanging Gardens of Haifa or Bahai gardens, part of the Bahai World Centre in Haifa, Israel A follower of or pertaining to a follower of Bahaullah Bahai Faith, sometimes called the Bahai World F ...

Robert Hart

Bobby Hart wrestler 1938–2001, American professional wrestler; see NWA Mid-America Robbie Hart born 1947, England association football referee Bobby Hart American football born 1994, U.S. American football player Robbie Hart cricketer born 1974, ...

BVT

BVT may refer to: Build verification test, a procedure in software testing Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School, a technical high school in Upton, Massachusetts BVT, ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country code for Bouvet Island The Bob ...

Cold War (disambiguation)

The Cold War was a geopolitical, ideological, and economic struggle after World War II between the United States and the Soviet Union. Cold War may also refer to: Cold war general term

Chen Cun

Chen Cun, pseudonym of Yang Yihua, is a Hui Chinese novelist known for his stories about the zhiqing experience during the Cultural Revolution. He is also one of the pioneers of electronic literature in China.

Palenque (disambiguation)

Palenque, Cuba Palenque, Chiapas, the modern town and municipality in Mexico Palenque, Los Rios, the capital of Palenque Canton Palenque village or Quilombo, a type of Brazilian village founded by escaped slaves Palenque, Colon, a town in Panama ...

Murgas

Murgas or Murgas may refer to: Gilberto Alfredo Murgas born 1981, Salvadoran football soccer player Jozef Murgas 1864–1929, Slovak inventor, architect, botanist, painter, patriot, and Roman Catholic priest Jose Antonio Murgas, Colombian politicia ...

Maldicion (song)

Maldicion is a song recorded by Spanish singer Lola Indigo in collaboration with Colombian rapper Lalo Ebratt. The track was released on April 26, 2019 though Universal Music Spain as the third and final single of Indigos debut studio album Akela ...

The Metamorphosis of Birds

The Metamorphosis of Birds is a Portuguese feature-length hybrid documentary film directed by Catarina Vasconcelos and produced by the production company Primeira Idade, world premiered at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2 ...

Palais des Sports

Palais des Sports is the name of multiple sporting venues, mostly in the French-speaking world, including: France Palais des Sports de Gerland, Lyon Palais des Sports Grenoble Palais des Sports de Dijon Palais des Sports de Beaulieu, Nantes Palai ...

Namibia at the African Games

Namibia has competed in the last eight African Games, first appearing in 1991. Athletes from Namibia have won a total of fifty-one medals, including seven gold.

Alejandro Gonzalez

Alejandro Martin Gonzalez born 1973, Mexican boxer Alejandro Gonzalez tennis born 1989, Colombian tennis player Alejandro Gonzalez Roig 1907–1979, Uruguayan basketball player Alejandro Gonzalez, Jr. born 1993, Mexican boxer, son of also the Mexic ...

Celine (disambiguation)

Celine, Medimurje County, a village in the Podturen municipality in Medimurje County Celine Goricke, a village in the Marija Gorica municipality in Zagreb County Celine Samoborske, a village in Zagreb County, belonging to the wider area of the to ...

Istra

Istra Reservoir, a reservoir in Russia near Millerhof palace Istra, Istrinsky District, Moscow Oblast, a town in Istrinsky District of Moscow Oblast, Russia Istra Rauma, a river in Rauma municipality in More og Romsdal, Norway Istra River, a rive ...

Dubrovnik Bell Tower

The Dubrovnik Bell Tower is a tower in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Located on Luza Square at the end of the Stradun, the tower is 31 metres high. Originally constructed in 1444, the tower suffered damage in the 1667 Dubrovnik earthquake among other earth ...

Suzy

one of the title characters of Spike and Suzy, a Belgian comics series "Suzy", a song by French electro swing band Caravan Palace "Suzy" Fools Garden song, a song by German pop band Fools Garden Suzy Turquoise Blue, character in The Keys to the K ...

Belgrade (disambiguation)

Belgrade, Missouri Belgrade, Maine Belgrade, Montana Belgrade, Minnesota Belgrade, Texas Belgrade Township disambiguation Belgrade, Nebraska

Santa Clara

Santa Clara, Jujuy, Argentina Santa Clara dOeste, São Paulo, Brazil Santa Clara do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Santa Clara Island, Chile Santa Clara, La Rioja, Argentina

La Fe

Ensanche La Fe, a district of the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic La Fe also named Santa Fe, a village of Isla de la Juventud, Cuba La Fe Sandino, a village of Pinar del Rio Province, Cuba

Rancho

Rancho may refer to: Ranchos, Buenos Aires, a town in Argentina Alta California land grants in the 19th century; see Ranchos of California Rancho Los Amigos Scale Rancho High School, a North Las Vegas high school Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabi ...

National Ballet

National Ballet may refer to: Dutch National Ballet Korea National Ballet Georgian National Ballet American National Ballet National Ballet of Rwanda English National Ballet National Ballet Theater of Puerto Rico Chilean National Ballet Iranian N ...

LCB (disambiguation)

LCB may refer to: Leonid Chernovetskyi Bloc, a political alliance in Kiev, Ukraine London Commuter Belt, an alternative name for Londons metropolitan area. Lebanese Canadian Bank, a commercial bank in Lebanon Lactophenol Cotton Blue, used as a st ...

Blue dolphin

Blue Dolphin may refer to: A holiday park in Filey, North Yorkshire Blue Dolphin Martini, a print by Ralph Burch A holiday resort in Yamba, Australia One of many different types of Ecstasy MDMA pills, commonly a blue pill with a stamped dolphin. ...

Mamita

Mamita dance, dance of Tripura at the Mamita festival Mamita Festival, the harvest festival of the Tripuri people

Woodford

Woodford County, Illinois Woodford, former name of Woodfords, California, Alpine County Woodford County, Kentucky Woodford, California, Kern County Woodford, Virginia Woodford, Vermont Woodford, Illinois Woodford Simons Corner, Virginia, listed o ...

Jaime Peterson

Jaime Peterson is a Dominican-American former professional basketball player. A 2.06 m forward-center, he was born in New York City to Dominican parents. After playing for three different high schools, including a postgraduate year at Maine Centr ...

Cesar Gonzalez

Cesar Cuauhtemoc Gonzalez or Silver King 1968–2019, Mexican masked wrestler and actor Cesar Gonzalez Peruvian footballer fl. 1970s Cesar Gonzalez bobsleigh born 1982, Dutch bobsledder born in the Dominican Republic Cesar Gonzalez Chilean football ...