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Lost Horizon (disambiguation)

Lost Horizon or Lost Horizons may refer to: In literature: Lost Horizon, a fantasy adventure novel by James Hilton In film: Lost Horizon 1973 film, a remake of the 1937 film Lost Horizon 1937 film, an adaptation of the novel In music: Lost Horizo ...

Riders of the Rockies

Riders of the Rockies is a 1937 American Western film directed by Robert North Bradbury and written by Robert Emmett Tansey and Norman Leslie. The film stars Tex Ritter, Louise Stanley, Horace Murphy, Snub Pollard, Earl Dwire and Charles King. Th ...

Hideaway

"Hideaway" Delays song, 2006 "Wish I Could Hideaway", by Creedence Clearwater Revival from Pendulum, 1970 "Hideaway" DeLacy song, 1995 "Hideaway", by Erasure from The Circus, 1987 "Hideaway", by Berlin from Count Three & Pray, 1986 "Hide Away", b ...

Anani Dziakaŭ

Anani Dziakaŭ was a Belarusian teacher. He was the 4th president of the Belarusian State University from 1934-1935. During the Great Purge, he was killed in the 1937 mass execution of Belarusians.

Aloys Jousten

Aloys Jousten is bishop emeritus of the Diocese of Liege in Belgium. Jousten was born in Sankt-Vith on 2 November 1937, and ordained priest in Liege on 8 July 1962. He holds the degree of Doctor of Theology. He was nominated as the 91st Bishop of ...

215th

215th may refer to: Military CCXV I Wessex Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, a British Army Territorial Force unit during the First World War 215th Infantry Brigade, a British Army Home Service formation during the First World War 215th Infantry Di ...

White Brotherhood (disambiguation)

White Brotherhood may refer to: Universal White Brotherhood, a New Age-oriented religious movement founded in Bulgaria in the early 20th century by Peter Deunov and established in France in 1937 by Omraam Mikhael Aïvanhov 1900–1986, one of his fo ...

Baeomorpha

Baeomorpha is an extinct genus of rotoitid parasitic wasp, known from the Late Cretaceous ~ of Laurasia. The type species, B. dubitata was named by Charles Thomas Brues for a specimen found in 72 million year old Canadian Amber. The vast majority ...

Oscar Lopez

Oscar Lopez may refer to: Oscar Lopez footballer, born 1937, retired Argentinian footballer and manager Oscar Lopez guitarist born 1953, Chilean-Canadian guitarist Oscar Lopez Rodriguez, Chilean seller of antiquities, known for the death of two p ...

Miguel Gonzalez

Miguel Gonzalez or Miguel Gonzalez may refer to: Miguel Gonzalez catcher born 1990, Venezuelan baseball catcher Miguel Gonzalez footballer, born 1990, Mexican-American soccer forward Miguel Gonzalez Avelar 1937–2011, Mexican politician Miguel Gon ...

Akhenaten (disambiguation)

Akhenaton, Akhnaton, Akhnaten or Akhenaten may refer to: Akhnaten opera, a 1983 Philip Glass opera about the pharaoh Akhenaten verse novel, a 1992 poem by Dorothy Porter Akhenaton rapper b. 1968, stage name of French rapper Philippe Fragione Akhe ...

Three wishes

Three wishes may refer to: Three Wishes Miki Howard album, 2001 "Three Wishes", a Barney and the Backyard Gang 1989 home video Three Wishes 1988 film, a Hong Kong film starring Anita Mui The Three Wishes, 1937 Dutch film Three Wishes Singaporean ...

Maran (disambiguation)

Maran is a rabbinic title. Maran may also refer to: the Syriac-Christian title for Jesus; see Mar Maran, Pahang, Malaysia Maran, Myanmar, a village in Kachin State Marans, a breed of chicken Maran, Iran disambiguation, places in Iran Maran langua ...

XXI Army Corps (Italy)

The Corps fought in Northern Africa and took part in the Western Desert Campaign and Tunisian campaign between 1940 and 1943. It surrendered to the allies in Tunisia in May 1943, with the rest of Army Group Africa.

Kawaguchi

Kawaguchi, Saitama, a city in Saitama Prefecture, Japan Kawaguchi Green Center, a city park and botanical garden located in Kawaguchi, Saitama, Japan Kawaguchi, Niigata, a former town in Niigata Prefecture, Japan

George Harper

George Harper may refer to: George Mills Harper 1914–2006, American academic George Montague Harper 1865–1922, British general during the First World War George Harper outfielder 1892–1978, Major League Baseball outfielder George Harper cricketer ...

Deborah Wolfe

Deborah Cannon Partridge Wolfe was an African American educator, minister, and Education Chief of the United States House of Representatives Committee on Education and Labor. A self-proclaimed" teacher and preacher,” Wolfe was a woman of many acc ...

James Mead

James M. Mead 1885–1964, American politician from New York James R. Mead judge c. 1861–1934, American jurist and politician from Connecticut James R. Mead pioneer 1836–1910, American pioneer and politician; co-founder of Wichita

M14

M14 New York City bus, two New York City Bus routes in Manhattan Highway M14 Ukraine M-14 Michigan highway, a road connecting Ann Arbor and Detroit

Alexandra of Hanover

Princess Alexandra of Hanover may refer to: Princess Alexandra of Hanover born 1999, daughter of Ernest Augustus V, Prince of Hanover and Caroline, Princess of Hanover and Princess of Monaco Alexandra, Princess of Leiningen born 1959, daughter of ...

Hora de España

Hora de España Hora de España, literally "Spanish time", may refer to: Spanish time zone. If one crosses the border from Portugal or Morocco into Spain and at some times in the past, France to Spain, one is on Hora de España, Spanish time. Hora d ...

Bhupendra

Bhupendra may refer to: Bhupendra Singh Madhya Pradesh politician born 1960 Bhupendrabhai Patel, Indian politician Bhupendra Yadav born 1959, Director General of Police of Rajasthan in the Indian Police Service Bhupendra Silwal 1935–2012, Nepales ...

Sacred Heart Hospital

Sacred Heart Hospital may refer to: In Ireland: Sacred Heart Hospital Roscommon In Malta: a leprosarium which existed in Fort Chambray, Gozo from 1937 to 1956 In Nigeria: Sacred Heart Hospital, Ogun State, Nigeria In the United States: Sacred Hea ...

Frank Oputa-Otutu

Frank Oputa-Otutu was a Nigerian politician who was a parliamentarian during the First Republic. He was a member of the NCNC political party and led the Aboh division of the party. Oputa-Otutu was a senator of the Federal republic of Nigeria in 1 ...

Robert Peters

Robert Peters may refer to: Robert L. Peters born 1954, Canadian graphics designer and industrial designer Robert Peters bigamist died 2005, British conman and de-frocked minister Robert Peters writer 1924–2014, American poet, critic, scholar, ac ...

Nikolayevsky

Nikolayevsky, Nikolayevskaya, or Nikolayevskoye may refer to: Yuri Nikolaevsky 1937–2004, Soviet/Ukrainian chess player Nikolayevsky Fortress Infantry Regiment, fortress infantry regiments of the Imperial Russian Army Nikolayevskoye Urban Settlem ...

Russian Census (2020)

The Russian Census 2020 (Russian: Всероссийская перепись населения 2020 года will be the second census of the Russian Federation population since 2002 and the third after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. It is scheduled to take place between ...

Edge of the World (disambiguation)

"The Edge of the World", a song by DragonForce from their 2017 album Reaching Into Infinity Edge of the World Randy Stonehill album, album by Randy Stonehill "Edge of the World", a song by The Levellers Edge of the World Mark Boals album "Edge of ...

Inao

Inao may refer to: Inao Station, a railway station in Ōmachi, Nagano Prefecture, Japan Iñao National Park and Integrated Management Natural Area, a protected area in the Chuquisaca Department Bolivia Indian National Astronomy Olympiad, the nation ...

Ahmet Ozacar

Ahmet Refik Ozacar was a Turkish international footballer. Ozacar was a one-club-man, played his entire career at Besiktas J.K. between 1955 and 1971.

1st Division (United Kingdom) (disambiguation)

1st Division may refer to: 1st Cavalry Division United Kingdom, a regular Division of the British Army during the First World War. During the Second World War it fought in the Middle East before being converted to the 10th Armoured Division. 1st ...

Gordian the Tyrant

Gordian the Tyrant is a 1937 German comedy film directed by Fred Sauer and starring WeiS Ferdl, Paul Richter and Michael von Newlinsky. The films sets were designed by the art director Karl Bohm and Erich Czerwonski. Location shooting took place ...

Geoffrey Miller

Geoffrey Miller may refer to: Geoff Miller diplomat born 193?, former Australian public servant and diplomat Geoff Miller born 1952, English cricketer Geoff Miller priest born 1956, Archdeacon of Northumberland Geoffrey Miller psychologist born 1 ...

Richard Wilkins

Richard Wilkins or Rick Wilkins may refer to: Richard Wilkins TV presenter born 1954, Australian TV presenter Rick Wilkins baseball born 1967, American baseball player Rick Wilkins musician born 1937, Canadian composer, conductor, and jazz musici ...

Ohms

ohms usually refers to the plural for the unit of electrical resistance, named after Georg Ohm Ohms or OHMS may also refer to: O.H.M.S., On His/Her Majestys Service OHMS 1980 film, an American film starring Leslie Nielsen Oral History Metadata Sy ...

Nothing Sacred

Nothing Sacred play, a 1988 Canadian play by George F. Walker later adapted as a television film Nothings Sacred book, a 2005 autobiography by comedian Lewis Black Nothing Sacred, a 2004 science fiction novel by Tom Flynn Nothing Sacred: The Trut ...

Susan Brown

Susan or Sue Brown may refer to: Susan Brown mathematician 1937–2017, professor of mathematics Sue Brown Blandings, a minor fictional character in The Blandings stories of P.G. Wodehouse Sue Brown cricketer born 1958, New Zealand cricketer Susan ...

High-speed launch

A high-speed launch is a type of military boat typically used for air-sea rescue operations. The British Royal Air Force and others used HSLs especially during World War II. The 64 ft. high-speed, air/sea rescue launch built by British Power Boat ...

Amelia Earhart (disambiguation)

Amelia Earhart was an American aviation pioneer and author. Amelia Earhart may also refer to: Amelia Earhart Park, an urban park in metropolitan Miami Amelia Earharts Last Flight, a 1937 song by Red River Dave McEnery SS Amelia Earhart, a US Libe ...

8D

8D or 8-D may refer to: Secondary State Highway 8D Washington, used 1937–1964; became WA 121 in 1964–1967, renumbered WA 141 in 1968 Astair IATA code 8D, standard size code for electric batteries Eight disciplines problem solving 8Ds is used to i ...

Lord Thomas

Lord Thomas may refer to any of the following: Peter Thomas, Baron Thomas of Gwydir 1920-2008, Conservative politician Martin Thomas, Baron Thomas of Gresford born 1937, Liberal Democrat peer, lawyer and former Deputy High Court judge Hugh Thomas ...

Fair Warning

"Fair Warning", a 1975 song by Todd Rundgren from Initiation Fair Warning Fair Warning album, a 1992 album by Fair Warning Fair Warning Van Halen album, a 1981 album by Van Halen Fair Warning band, a German hard rock band founded in 1991 Fair War ...

Mike Hann

In 1955 Hann won the Wimbledon Boys Singles title when he beat Jan-Erik Lundqvist in the final. Hann competed on the amateur circuit during the 1950s and 60s and won 12 titles, all in the United Kingdom. In June 1953, two months before his 16th b ...

Easy Living

Easy Living 1937 film, a screwball comedy directed by Mitchell Leisen Easy Living 1949 film, a film starring Victor Mature and directed by Jacques Tourneur

Bob Lee

Bob Lee tennis, British tennis player, in 1952 Wimbledon Championships – Mens Singles Bob Lee, archer, bowhunter and bowyer, cofounder of the Archery Trade Association Bob Lee footballer born 1953, English footballer Bob Lee quarterback born 1946 ...

Jeepers Creepers

Jeepers Creepers may refer to: Jeepers Creepers 3, the 2017 sequel to the films Jeepers Creepers and Jeepers Creepers 2 Jeepers Creepers 2001 film, a 2001 horror film written and directed by Victor Salva Jeepers Creepers 1939 animated film, a 193 ...

Wildlife (disambiguation)

Wildlife Girlschool EP, 1982 Wildlife Joe Morris album, 2009 "Wild Life", a song by Captain Beefheart from Trout Mask Replica The Wild Life album, a 1992 album by the American band Slaughter Wildlife Headlights album, 2009 Wild Life Hedley album, ...

Too Hot to Handle

Too Hot to Handle 1938 film, a 1938 film starring Clark Gable Too Hot to Handle 1960 film, a 1960 film starring Jayne Mansfield and directed by Terence Young, which was released in the United States with the title Playgirl After Dark The Marrying ...

Ramon Muzones

Ramon Muzones was a writer and lawyer and the posthumous recipient of the National Artist of the Philippines for Literature award in the Philippines in 2018. He wrote in Hiligaynon and popularized Hiligaynon literature. Muzones was born in Iloilo ...

Canine

dog-like mammals i.e. members of the canid subfamily Caninae Dog, the domestic dog Canis, a genus including dogs, wolves, coyotes, and jackals Canine tooth, in mammalian oral anatomy