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Top Dog

The expression top dog is an idiom for the boss or the leader. In a competition, it is also the favorite or the one expected to win, and the opposite of the underdog. It may be a shorthand reference for a dominance hierarchy. The name Top Dog may ...

Cats and Dogs

Cat and Dog or Cats and Dogs Italian: Cane e gatto, 1983 Italian comedy film 20th century Cats and Dogs 1932 film, Walter Lantz short film Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore, sequel to the 2001 comedy 21st century Cats & Dogs, 2001 Australi ...

Flogging a dead horse (disambiguation)

Flogging a dead horse is a common English idiom. Flogging a dead horse or beating a dead horse may also refer to: Flogging a Dead Horse, 1980 compilation album of singles by the Sex Pistols

Friday (disambiguation)

Friday: The Animated Series, a TV cartoon based on the film series Fridays TV series, an American comedy show which aired from 1980 to 1982

An Academic Question

Caroline Caro Grimstone is the wife of a sociology professor in a small West Country university town. While her husband is fascinated by dinner parties discussing African anthropology and minor academic points, Caro is growing tired of her dull v ...

Alef-Laam Khomeini

Alef-Laam Khomeini is a book written by Hedayatollah Behboudi, which is regarding the biography of Irans 1th/former supreme leader, Seyyed Ruhollah Khomeini. This book was published by the institute of "Motaleat wa Pazhuheshhaye Siasi" in 2018; a ...

Sapan Verma

He is one of the co-founders of East India Comedy EIC, an early pioneer in the Indian Standup Comedy scenario. He has done 1000+ live shows across India & other nations, most notably in New York, Melbourne, Tokyo, Paris & more. His solo comedy sp ...

Kristen Ashley bibliography

This is a comprehensive list of works by author, Kristen Ashley including anthologies co-authored with others and short works available only at her website.

Kate Croser

Kate Croser is an Australian film and television producer and screen executive. She is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the South Australian Film Corporation. Notable films produced by Croser include romantic comedy Top End Wedding, time ...

Focus FM (Ghana)

Focus FM is the official campus radio station of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology located in the Ashanti region of Ghana. The station is owned and run by the office of the University Relations Office.

Birkbeck Students Union

Birkbeck Students Union is the representative body for students at Birkbeck, University of London, a public research university located in Bloomsbury, London, England. As Birkbeck primarily offers part-time courses, often in the evenings, student ...

Scar (disambiguation)

Scar, Orkney, a village on the island of Sanday, Orkney, Scotland, site of the Scar boat burial Scar Ridge, a summit in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, United States Meander scar

Ghoul (disambiguation)

Tokyo Ghoul a 2011-2014 manga by Sui Ishida Ghoul Ultraverse, a fictional character in Malibu Comics Ultraverse continuity Ghoul comics, a fictional character in Marvel Comics Ghoul novel, a 2007 horror novel by Brian Keene Ghoul Dungeons & Drago ...

Syzygy

Syzygy astronomy, a collinear configuration of three celestial bodies Syzygy mathematics, linear relation between generators of a module Syzygy endgame tablebases, used by chess engines Syzygy, in biology, the pairing of chromosomes during meiosis

Holy Terror

Holy Terror may refer to: In music: Holy Terror band, a thrash metal band formed by Kurt Kilfelt of Agent Steel Holy Terror album, a funk/spoken word album by The Last Poets Holy Terror, the name given to the music played by the band Integrity In ...

Pandion

Pandion II, a legendary king of Athens, father of the brothers Aegeus, Pallas, Nisos and Lycus. Pandion son of Phineus in Greek mythology Pandion mythology for mythological characters named Pandion. Pandion hero, the eponymous hero of the Attic t ...

Basilisk (disambiguation)

Basilisk cannon HMS Basilisk, the name of several Royal Navy ships Any lizard of the genus Basiliscus Basilisk II, a software emulator Basilisk Derlanger album, an album by Derlanger Basilisk, Queensland, a locality in the Cassowary Coast Region, ...

The Amazing Mary Jane

The comic book was first announced at the San Diego Comic-Con, with the writer Leah Williams and artist Carlos Gomez. The announcement included several promotional variant covers of Mary Jane alongside other superheroes. The plot of the comic boo ...

Girls (disambiguation)

The Girls 1968 film, a Swedish drama directed by Mai Zetterling Girls 1980 film, a French-West German-Canadian drama film directed by Just Jaeckin The Girls 2007 film, a British short starring Duncan Duff Girls TV series, a 2012 HBO series Girls ...

My Little Pony (disambiguation)

My Little Pony IDW Publishing, an American group of comic book series issued by IDW Publishing since 2012 My Little Pony Egmont comics, a British series of comics published by Egmont between 1985 and 1994

Martin Lock

Martin Lock is an award-winning British comic book critic, writer, and publisher. As publisher of the fanzines BEM and Fantasy Advertiser, and then publisher of Harrier Comics, he was an important figure in British comics fandom in the 1970s and ...

Eternal

Eternal or The Eternal may refer to: God – Supreme being, creator deity, and principal object of faith in monotheism Immortality or eternal life Eternity, an infinite amount of time, or a timeless state

Beef (disambiguation)

Beef is the meat from cattle. Beef may also refer to: Beef Creek, a stream in South Dakota Beef film, a 2003 documentary film about hip hop feuds, also called beefs Beef comics, a character in the Marvel universe Beef Nitro Girl, a stage name of ...

Bleach (disambiguation)

Bleach is a chemical that removes color or whitens. Bleach may also refer to: Bleach American band, an American Christian rock group Bleach American band Bleach album, 1999 Bleach, their 1991 album Bleach British band, a British shoegazing group ...

Abracadabra (disambiguation)

"Abracadabra" Steve Miller Band song Abracadabra Steve Miller Band album Abracadabra Claire Hamill album "Abracadabra" Brown Eyed Girls song Abracadabra Florent Pagny album "Abra-ca-dabra", a 1973 single by The DeFranco Family Abracadabra ABC album

Bulwark

Bulwark may refer to: Bastion, a structure projecting outward from the curtain wall of a fortification Bulwark nautical, a nautical term for the extension of a ships side above the level of a weather deck Bulwark may also refer to:

Skid

Skid or Skids may refer to: Skid aerodynamics, an outward side-slip in an aircraft turn Skids, vehicles with continuous track Skid, a type of pallet Skids, a nautical term for slipway Skid automobile, an automobile handling condition where one or ...

Vessel

Blood vessel, a part of the circulatory system and function to transport blood throughout the body Vessel element, a narrow water transporting tube in plant Lymphatic vessel, a thin walled, valved structure that carries lymph

Hotspot

Hot Spot board game, a 1979 board game published by Metagaming Concepts Hotspot album, a 2020 album by Pet Shop Boys "Hot Spot" song, by Foxy Brown The Hot Spot Podcast, a GameSpot podcast Hot Spot musical, 1963 "Hot Spot" Burn Notice, a televisi ...

Fallen Angels

Fallen Angels 2008 film, a film by Morten Tyldum Fallen Angels 1948 film, a Greek film by Nikos Tsiforos Fallen Angels Australian TV series, a 1997 Australian drama series Fallen Angels American TV series, a 1993–1995 American neo-noir anthology ...

Extermination

Extermination or exterminate may refer to: Pest control, elimination of insects or vermin Extermination video game, a 2001 PlayStation 2 game by Deep Space "Exterminate!", the battle cry of the Daleks in the British television show Doctor Who Ext ...

Ministry

Ministry collective executive, the complete body of government ministers under the leadership of a prime minister Ministry government department, a department of a government

True believer

True believer or The True Believer may refer to: By extension, one who is strongly attached to a particular belief In the philosophy of Daniel Dennett, a system whose behavior is predictable via the intentional stance One who strictly adheres to ...

David Quinn

David Quinn may refer to: David Beers Quinn 1909–2002, Irish historian David Quinn artist, born 1970, Irish artist David Quinn bird artist born 1959, British bird artist David Quinn visual artist born 1971, Irish artist and painter David Quinn ic ...

Cori

Cori or CORI may refer to: Cori, a crater on Venus Cori lunar crater Coordinadora Reusenca Independent Cori language Cori name Cori, de Scheepsjongen Cori, the Cabin Boy, a 1952–1993 Belgian comics series by Bob de Moor Criminal Offender Record I ...

Purgatory (disambiguation)

Purgatory drama, a play by William Butler Yeats Purgatorio Purgatory, the second part of Dantes Divine Comedy

Book of Shadows (disambiguation)

Book of Shadows is a book of religious texts and instructions for magical rituals in Wicca. Book of Shadows may also refer to: Book of Shadows biography, a 1998 biography by Phyllis Corrat Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2, a 2000 American horror fi ...

Acolyte (disambiguation)

Acolyte is a character class, unit, or weapon in video games such as: Ragnarok Online Disgaea 2 Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2002 video game X-Men Legends Disgaea 3 Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Command & Conquer: Renegade Destiny video game War ...

Dust devil (disambiguation)

"Dust Devil" song, a 2009 song by Madness "Dust Devil", a song by School of Seven Bells from Disconnect from Desire "Dust Devil", a song by Muzzy Dustdevils, an American noise rock band "Dust Devil", a song by Butthole Surfers from Independent Wo ...

Sensei Kunshu

Sensei Kunshu is a Japanese shōjo manga series by Momoko Kouda. Sensei Kunshu was serialized in the monthly manga magazine Bessatsu Margaret from July 13, 2013 to June 13, 2017. A live-action film adaptation of the same name was released on Augus ...

By the Grace of the Gods

By the Grace of the Gods is a Japanese light novel series written by Roy and illustrated by Ririnra. It began serialization online in January 2014 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō, with a revised version began ser ...

Nuke

Nuke software, a node-based compositor Nuke gaming, a damaging attack in a role-playing game Nuke warez, a label to flag problems with a warez release Nuke computer, a kind of denial-of-service attack

Caption

Caption may refer to: Caption comics convention, a small press and independent comic convention held annually in Oxford, England Caption law, arrest or apprehension Subtitle captioning, textual versions of the dialog in film and other visual medi ...

Intruders

Intruders or The Intruders may refer to: "Intruders" In the Heat of the Night, an episode of the television series In the Heat of the Night Intruders TV series, a 2014 television series on BBC America The Intruders music group, an American soul m ...

Calibre (disambiguation)

Caliber mathematics, a cardinal κ associated with a topological space Calibre software, an ebook manager and editor Caliber artillery, a measure of barrel diameter and length Caliber horology, a designation of clockwork movements

Agony

Suffering of intense degree, relating to physical or mental suffering Passion Christianity, also called the Agony of Christ Christs agony at Gethsemane Pain, anguish, or struggle, especially the struggle that precedes death

Hellboy (disambiguation)

Hellboy: Wake the Devil, five-issue comic book mini-series in the Hellboy franchise Hellboy: Conqueror Worm, Hellboy comic book mini-series Hellboy: Seed of Destruction, first Hellboy comic book mini-series

Seconds (disambiguation)

Seconds 1966 film, a US thriller directed by John Frankenheimer "Seconds" The Batman, an episode in the American animated TV series "Seconds", an episode of the American TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Seconds 2014 film, a ...

Harbinger

Harbinger Systems, an IT services company Harbinger Capital, a hedge fund Harbinger Corp., an Internet-oriented business Harbinger Knowledge Products, an eLearning products and content services company

Snapdragon (disambiguation)

Snapdragon or Antirrhinum is a genus of plants. Snapdragon or Snap-dragon may also refer to: Snapdragon film, a 1993 American thriller film by Worth Keeter Snapdragon Stadium, name temporarily used for stadium in San Diego, California, USA, in De ...