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Coot (disambiguation)

John Frederick Coots, American songwriter who wrote "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" Jamie Coots 1971–2014, American Pentecostal pastor and snake handler Ed "Coots" Matthews, co-founder of Boots & Coots, a company specializing in putting out oil w ...

Zoot

Zoot may refer to: Zoot Comics, a 1946–1948 Fox Features Syndicate comic book featuring Rulah, Jungle Goddess Zoot suit, a style of clothing first popular in the 1930s and 1940s Zoot band, an Australian pop group active 1965–1971 Zoot!, a 1956 al ...

Steve Wilson

Steve Wilson drummer, former drummer for Against All Will Steve Wilson producer, Nashville based songwriter, musician and producer of More Beautiful You Steven Wilson born 1967, English progressive rock musician Steve Wilson born 1967, Scottish g ...

Elephant walk

Elephant walk or Elephant Walk might refer to: "Elephant Walk", a 2002 song by Har Mar Superstar Elephant Walk Texas A&M, a Texas A&M University tradition "Baby Elephant Walk", a 1961 song by Henry Mancini Elephant walk aviation, aircraft ...

T15

T15 or T-15 may refer to: Military T-15 Armata, a Russian heavy infantry fighting vehicle T-15 Light tank, a Belgian armoured fighting vehicle of World War II T-15, Soviet 1500 mm nuclear "land-attack" torpedo, the original carrier for the "Tsar ...

184th

184th may refer to: 184th Reconnaissance Aviation Regiment, Yugoslav aviation regiment established in 1948 184th Ordnance Battalion EOD accomplish the explosive ordnance disposal EOD support activity 184th Nembo Parachute Division, airborne divis ...

Kabuki (disambiguation)

Kabuki is a form of traditional Japanese theater. Kabuki may also refer to: Akihisa Mera born 1948, a Japanese professional wrestler best known as The Great Kabuki Kabuki manga, a manga by Yukari Hashida Kabuki dance, a term used by American poli ...

Nick Adams

Nick Adams may refer to: Nick Adams rugby union born 1977, English rugby union footballer Nick Adams racing driver born 1948, British racing driver Nick Adams character, created by the writer Ernest Hemingway for several short stories written dur ...

Music Man

Music Man may refer to: The Music Man 2003 film, a television film remake The Music Man album, a 1959 jazz album by Jimmy Guiffre featuring tunes from the above musical The Music Man, a 1957 Broadway musical play by Meredith Willson The Music Man ...

Summer holiday

"Summer Holiday" The Young Ones, an episode of the TV series The Young Ones Summer Holiday 1963 film, a British musical starring Cliff Richard, and later stage adaptations Summer Holiday 1948 film, an American musical starring Mickey Rooney "Summ ...

Sitting Pretty

Sitting Pretty 1948 film, starring Robert Young, Maureen OHara and Clifton Webb "Sitting Pretty", an episode of Family Matters Sitting Pretty 1924 musical, a Broadway musical produced by Guy Bolton and P.G Wodehouse, with music by Jerome Kern Sit ...

Angelo Lo Forese

Angelo Lo Forese, often written as Loforese, was an Italian operatic tenor. Born in Milan, he debuted in 1948 as a baritone in the role of Silvio in Pagliacci. He was a student of Aureliano Pertile. During his long-lasting career he sang in over ...

The Night Has a Thousand Eyes

The Night Has a Thousand Eyes may refer to: Night Has a Thousand Eyes, a novel by Cornell Woolrich published under the pseudonym "George Hopley" Night Has a Thousand Eyes, a 1948 American film based on "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" song, a popu ...

Dead Ringer

Dead Ringer, novel in the Rosato & Associates series Dead Ringer comics, a Marvel Comics character The Dead Ringer, a 1948 mystery novel by Fredric Brown

The Monkeys Paw (disambiguation)

The Monkeys Paw 1933 film, a 1933 United States horror film; considered lost The Monkeys Paw 1948 film, a 1948 British horror film The Monkeys Paw 1923 film, a British silent film The Monkeys Paw 2013 film, a 2013 horror film

Froggy

F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre 1948-2010, journalist, novelist, poet and illustrator DJ Froggy, real name Steven Howlett, British DJ Alan Thomson cricketer born 1945, Australian former cricketer Froggy Fresh, American rapper Kermit Davis born 1959, mens ...

Satsu

Satsu may refer to: Megumi Satsu 1948–2010, Japanese-French singer Satsu Station, a station in Kami, Mikata District, Hyōgo, Japan Satsu, Estonia, village in Sonda Parish, Ida-Viru County, Estonia

When the Wind Blows

When the Wind Blows 1986 film, an animated film based on the graphic novel see below "When the Wind Blows" The Fugitive, a television episode When the Wind Blows 1930 film, a comedy short in the Our Gang series "When the Wind Blows" Dallas, a tel ...

Hans GruS

In 1957 he founded the Capella Fidicinia, an ensemble consisting of members of the Leipzig Institute for Musicology, which was dedicated to the faithful performance of early music. They played on historical instruments of the Museum of Musical In ...

Hermann Neef

Born in Berlin, Neef worked from 1960-1973 at the VEB Deutsche Schallplatten in Berlin. Since 1973 he was at the Komische Oper Berlin, and since 1981 Neef has also been a lecturer at the Staatliche Ballettschule und Schule fur Artistik Berlin. Ne ...

James Thorpe

James or Jim Thorpe may refer to: Jim Thorpe Award, an award for the top defensive back in U.S. college football Jim Thorpe 1887–1953, Native American Olympic athlete Jim Thorpe – All-American, a 1951 film about Olympic athlete Jim Thorpe Jim Tho ...

Kyffin

Kyffin may refer to: Mount Kyffin, Antarctica, named after Evan Kyffin-Thomas Gerald Kyffin-Taylor 1863–1949, British soldier and politician William Kyffin-Taylor, 1st Baron Maenan 1854–1951, English barrister and judge Kyffin Williams 1918-2006, ...

Changcheng

Ming Great Wall The Great Wall of China 长城, "The Long Wall" Underground Great Wall of China Great Firewall Great Wall of Qi in Shandong Miaojiang Great Wall in western Hunan Cheolli Jangseong in northeast China

Landfall (disambiguation)

Landfall Peak, Thurston Island, Antarctica Landfall, also known as Kent Cottage, Brigus, Newfoundland Landfall, Minnesota, United States Landfall Island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India

Fatos Muço

Fatos Muço is an Albanian chess player and International Master since 1982. He is the record holder of Albania in terms of the number of gold medals won in individual national championships: between 1974 and 1989 he reached the highest podium 11 ...

Les-bains

Les-bains or Les bains, usually indicating the presence of a spa, may refer to: Places Le Monêtier-les-Bains, commune in the Hautes-Alpes department in south-eastern France Bourbonne-les-Bains, commune in the Haute-Marne department in north-easte ...

Washington Star Open

The Washington Star Open was a golf tournament played at Prince Georges Country Club, Landover, Maryland in July 1949. The event was won by Sam Snead who took the first prize of.600. The event was sponsored by The Washington Star. The event was p ...

Mastino

Software, is named after the dog Mastino Napoletano, one of the names for the Neapolitan Mastiff breed of dog Mastinaro/Mastinari are breeders of the dogs

Zhonghe Myanmar Street

The Zhonghe Myanmar Street is an area name along the Huaxin Street in Zhonghe District, New Taipei, Taiwan.

Mark Edwards

Marc Edwards Home and Away, fictional character on the Australian soap opera Home and Away Marc Edwards drummer born 1949, American jazz drummer Marc Edwards TV presenter born 1980, Welsh television presenter on China Central Television Marc Edwa ...

Figueres (disambiguation)

Figueres can refer to: His daughter, Christiana Figueres, who is a diplomat. UE Figueres, a Spanish football soccer club, currently playing in the Tercera Catalana. Figueres onion, an onion cultivar named after the town FE Figueres, a Spanish foo ...

Hugh Allan (disambiguation)

Hugh Allan was a Scottish-born Canadian shipping magnate. Hugh Allan may also refer to: Hugh Allan politician 1865–1949, Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons Hugh Allan prelate born 1976, Roman Catholic Apostolic Administrator of ...

Rajesh Singh

Rajesh Singh may refer to: Rajesh Singh cricketer, born 1976, Indian cricketer Rajesh Kumar Singh born c. 1949, Member of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly from 2017 Rajesh Singh politician born 1964, Fijian politician Rajesh Singh cricketer ...

Aulikki Vaisanen

Aulikki Vaisanen married name Karhu is a Finnish former long track speed skater, who was active in the late 1940s and 1950s. Vaisanen represented her nation at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women in 1952, finishing 13th overa ...

Technicolor (disambiguation)

Tecnicolor, a 1970 album by Brazilian band Os Mutantes Technicolour Parachute Band album, 2008 Technicolour rock band, a musical group from Finland Technicolor Marlango album Technicolour Disco Inferno album, 1996

Ian Miller

Ian Miller may refer to: Ian Miller baseball, baseball player Ian Miller, a character in the film My Big Fat Greek Wedding Ian Miller footballer, born 1983, English footballer Ian Miller Australian footballer born 1949, Australian rules footballe ...

CBS 11

Re-broadcast of KVAL-TV in Eugene, Oregon KCBY-TV in Coos Bay, Oregon KELO-TV in Sioux Falls, South Dakota Re-broadcast of KOLN in Lincoln, Nebraska KGIN in Grand Island, Nebraska KTVT in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas O&O KUAM-DT2 in Hagåtña, Guam ...

Joseph Malone

Joseph or Joe Malone may refer to: Joe Malone footballer 1924–2018, Australian rules footballer Joe Malone politician born 1954, Republican politician from Massachusetts Joseph Anthony Malone, Canadian ambassador to Haiti preceding Claude Laverdu ...

EBI

Ndudi Ebi born 1984, Nigerian–British basketball player Akiko Ebi born 1953, Japanese pianist Onome Ebi born 1983, Nigerian footballer

Sino-Korean relations

Sino-Korean relations or Relations between Korea and China mainly refers to: Bilateral relations between China the Peoples Republic of China and South Korea the Republic of Korea, whose official diplomatic relation has been established since 1992 ...

Yoshio (singer)

Gustavo Nakatani Avila, better known as Yoshio, was a Mexican singer of Japanese descent whose greatest hits were in the 1970s and 1980s.

Alicia Juarez

Alicia Juarez was a Mexican singer and actress. She was also known by the nickname La musa de Mexico.

Jalaa (disambiguation)

Jalaa language also known as Centûm, Centuum or Cen Tuum, is an extinct language of northeastern Nigeria, of uncertain origins, apparently a language isolate. Jalaa may also refer to: Jalaa SC, a Syrian multi-sports club based in the Syrian city ...

Leo Determan

Leo Determan is a sailor from the Netherlands, who represented his country at the 2008 Vintage Yachting Games in Medemblik The Netherlands. Determan in the middle together with helmsman Rudy den Outer and Ronald den Arend on the foredeck took the ...

Terneuzense Boys

Voetbalvereniging Terneuzense Boys is an association football club in Terneuzen, Netherlands. Since 2019 Terneuzense Boys plays in the Eerste Klasse. Its home ground is Zuidersportpark and colors since foundation orange and black.

Maiden Alex Ibru

Maiden Alex Ibru, Lady Ibru, MFR, nee Thomopulos is a Nigerian Public Affairs and Communication Consultant, Media Executive and Newspaper Proprietor. She is the Chairman, Publisher, and Chief Executive Officer of Guardian Newspapers. Before becom ...

The White Dove

The White Dove may refer to: The White Dove French fairy tale The White Dove 1960 film, a 1960 Czechoslovak film directed by Frantisek Vlacil The White Dove Danish fairy tale "The White Dove", a song written by Carter Stanley and recorded in 1949 ...

Felicidad

Felicidad may refer to: The Spanish title of the 1957 Mexican film Happiness Felicidad Ogumoro born 1949, a politician from the Northern Mariana Islands

Erna Aas

Erna Synove Aas Karlsen was a Norwegian long track speed skater, who was active in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Aas participated between 1947 and 1951 four times at the Norwegian Allround Championships, winning the bronze medal in 1949. Aas re ...

Lorry Knudsen

Lorry Knudsen was a Norwegian long track speed skater, who was active in the late 1930s and 1940s. Knudsen represented her nation twice at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1947, but wasnt classified because she didnt f ...