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Stages of development

Human development biology, the process of growing to maturity. In biological terms, this entails growth from a one-celled zygote to an adult human being Developmental biology, the study of the process by which animals and plants grow and develop ...

Live at the Hollywood Bowl

Many artists have released video and audio records of their live performance at the Hollywood Bowl, an amphitheater in Los Angeles: Mario Lanza Live at Hollywood Bowl: Historical Recordings 1947 & 1951, a 2000 CD that includes the six selections ...

Relative

Kinship and family, the principle binding the most basic social units society. If two people are connected by circumstances of birth, they are said to be relatives

Before and After

Before and After 1979 film, a TV film starring Patty Duke Before and After film, a 1996 drama starring Meryl Streep and Liam Neeson Before and After 1980 film, a 1980 film starring Betty White "Before and After", an episode of The Golden Girls "B ...

Michael Blackwood (filmmaker)

Michael Blackwood is an independent documentary filmmaker who founded Blackwood Productions, now known as Michael Blackwood Productions, in 1965.

Barrage

Barrage film, a 2017 film Barrage album, by band Barrage Barrage Paul Bley album, 1965 Barrage manga, a 2012 shōnen manga by Kōhei Horikoshi Barrage group, a Canadian violin ensemble

Sakuragi

Sakuragi is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include Rui Sakuragi, a Japanese actress in adult videos AV idol Yukiya Sakuragi, a writer and illustrator of manga J. R. Sakuragi, born as J. R. Henderson, an American-Japanese prof ...

Midnight Cowboy (disambiguation)

Midnight Cowboy is a 1969 American film. Midnight Cowboy may also refer to: Midnight Cowboy Radio Network, now the Midnight Trucking Radio Network, an American syndicated talk radio program "Midnight Cowboy", a story in the comics series Hellboy: ...

Stay Tuned

Stay Tuned!, a 2019 Japanese drama series based on a manga by Noriko Sasaki distributed globally by Netflix. Stay Tuned TV series, a Canadian comedy television series "Stay Tuned" The Avengers, an episode of The Avengers 1960s TV series Stay Tune ...

Nakano Broadway

Nakano Broadway is a shopping mall located in Nakano, Tokyo, Japan. Founded in 1966 as a luxury shopping complex, it has subsequently become a popular destination for goods aimed at otaku.

Anu Sivaraman

Anu Sivaraman is the judge of Kerala High Court. The High Court of Kerala is the highest court in the Indian state of Kerala and in the Union Territory of Lakshadweep. The High Court of Kerala is headquartered at Ernakulam, Kochi.

Paari (1966 film)

Paari is a 1966 Bengali film directed by Jagganath Chatterjee, based on a story by Jarasandha. It stars Dharmendra in his first Bengali film and Pronoti Ghosh, with Dilip Kumar in a guest appearance as a jailor in Andaman and was successful. It w ...

Loren (disambiguation)

Loren is both a given name and surname. Loren or Loren may also refer to: Lorenzo Jesus Moron Garcia born 1993, Spanish footballer known as Loren Loren station, Norwegian underground rapid transit station of the Oslo Metro Lorenzo Juarros Garcia ...

Keishiro Yanagi

Keishiro Yanagi is a Japanese former professional tennis player. Born in Kurume, Yanagi played in six Davis Cup ties for Japan and had a 8/3 record, all in singles rubbers. He represented Japan at the 1966 Asian Games in Bangkok and won a gold me ...

Jerry Lee Wells

Jerry Lee Wells was an American professional basketball player. He played at Ralph Bunche High School in his hometown of Glasgow, Kentucky, and committed to play for the Oklahoma City Chiefs alongside high school teammate Charlie Hunter as the fi ...

1966–67 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers basketball team

The 1966–67 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers mens basketball team represented Western Kentucky University during the 1966-67 NCAA University Division Basketball season. The Hilltoppers were led by coach John Oldham and consensus All-American player C ...

AMZ

AMZ may refer to: AMZ Tur, a light infantry mobility vehicle AMZ-KUTNO Ltd, a Polish automotive company Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung, 19th century German music journal Abu Musab al-Zarqawi 1966–2006, referred to as AMZ, a militant Islamist fro ...

Daniel Arroyo

Daniel Fernando Arroyo is an Argentine politician, political scientist and professor. He currently serves as Minister of Social Development since 10 December 2019. He also served in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies representing the Province of B ...

Richard van Poelgeest

Richard van Poelgeest is a Dutch retired basketball player. He played for several clubs in the Netherlands and Belgium in his career. He was also a member of the Netherlands national basketball team.

San Bernardo

San Bernardo may refer to: In Mexico: San Bernardo, Nuevo Leon San Bernardo Tlamimilolpan, Mexico State San Bernardo, Yucatan 2 towns San Bernardo, Chihuahua San Bernardo Mixtepec, Oaxaca San Bernardo, Tabasco San Bernardo, Oaxaca 2 towns San Ber ...

2012–13 Botswana First Division South

The 2012-13 Botswana First Division South was the 48th season of the Botswana First Division South since its inception in 1966. It was played from August to May. Wonder Sporting were crowned champions.

2018–19 Botswana First Division South

The 2018-19 Botswana First Division South was the 54th season of the Botswana First Division South since its inception in 1966. It was played from August to May. Gilport Lions were crowned champions.

Flamengo (disambiguation)

Flamengo is a Brazilian football club. Clube de Regatas do Flamengo Superleague Formula team, the above clubs Superleague Formula team Flamengo Basketball, the above clubs basketball section Flamengo may also refer to: Associação Atletica Flameng ...

Anthony Stephen Harrington

Anthony Stephen Harrington is a lawyer and former American Ambassador to Brazil. As of 2020, Harrington is Chair of Albright Stonebridge Groups Managing Board and co-leads the firms Americas practice. He also served as CEO., He is Chair of the Ad ...

Vivian

Vivian, South Dakota, U.S. Vivian Island, Nunavut, Canada Vivian, West Virginia, U.S. Vivian, Louisiana, U.S. Ballantrae, Ontario, a hamlet in Stouffville, Ontario, formerly known as Vivian

Ngoulmakong

In the dominant local language, Bikele, the name of the village is Nkoulmokouang. The official form Ngoulmakong was given under colonial rule due to influence from Bulu. The colloquial name Sambe, which is more usually used locally than Ngoulmako ...

Southwest Limited

The name Southwest Limited has been used by the following American passenger trains: a Chicago–Los Angeles train operated by Amtrak, and now known as the Southwest Chief Southwestern Limited was a New York Central train, from New York, New York t ...

Lincoln High School

Alabama Lincoln Normal School, Marion Arkansas Lincoln High School Arkansas, Lincoln Lincoln High School Fort Smith, Arkansas, segregated black school operating between 1892–1966 California Abraham Lincoln High School San Jose, California Abraham ...

Hrvoje Horvat (born 1977)

Hrvoje Horvat, also nicknamed Cveba, is a Croatian professional handball coach who is currently the manager of RK Nexe, and is assistant manager of the Croatia national team.

Cup of Peace and Friendship

The Cup of Peace and Friendship was the auto racing championship series dedicated to Eastern Bloc drivers between 1963 and 1990.

Josef Illik

Josef Illik studied photography in high school. His teachers were Ladislav Sutnar, Jaromir Funke and Josef Ehm. After the war he was a professional photographer, but soon became an assistant cinematographer at Barrandov Studios. For four years he ...

East Side Story

"East Side Story", an episode of the American TV series Will & Grace East Side Story 2006 film, a 2006 romantic comedy East Side Story 1997 film, a 1997 German documentary East Side Story, a 1988 film featuring Marc Anthony East Side Story, a 199 ...

Guo Liang Chi

Guo Liang Chi, also known in Cantonese as Kwok Lung-kee or Kwok Ling-kay and his nickname Ah Kay, is a Chinese criminal who was charged and convicted by US federal authorities for murder and human trafficking. He was a leader of the Fuk Ching gan ...

Holy cow

Holy cow may refer to: Cattle in religion, particularly in Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, and ancient Egyptian religion Holy cow expression, an exclamation of surprise Bull mythology, as it pertains to ancient mythology Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Ta ...

Finlandia (disambiguation)

Finlandia Cheese, a subsidiary of Valio, Ltd., a dairy manufacturer in Finland Finlandia Records, a division of the Warner Classics classical music record label Finlandia Vodka, a brand of vodka

Derrick Lewis (basketball)

Derrick Raymond Lewis is an American-French former professional basketball player. A Tarboro, North Carolina native, he played high school basketball at Archbishop Carroll High School in Washington, D.C., where he was a McDonalds All-American as ...

Uwe Schmidt (politician)

Uwe Schmidt is a German politician. Born in Bremerhaven, Bremen, he represents the SPD. Uwe Schmidt has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Bremen since 2017.

Ho Sheung Heung

The Hau 侯 Clan, one of the Five Great Clans of the New Territories, arrived in modern-day Hong Kong towards the end of the 12th century, during the Southern Song Dynasty. They first settled at Ho Sheung Heung. They later settled three branch-vil ...

Norwood

Norwood, Missouri, a city Norwood, Massachusetts, a town and census-designated place Norwood, Michigan, an unincorporated community Norwood, Louisiana, a village Norwood, Oregon, an unincorporated community Norwood, Knoxville, Tennessee, a neighb ...

Kang Sun-young

Kang Sun-young is a South Korean military officer - the first woman to become a two-star major general of South Korean military and to head the Aviation Operations Command of its Army respectively. Before promoted to major general in November 201 ...

J7

J7, J07, J 7 or J-7 may refer to: Peugeot J7, a midsize van manufactured between 1965 and 1980 County Route J7 California ATC code J07 Vaccines, a subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System HMAS J7, an Australian submar ...

Cibola

Cibola most commonly refers to: Cevola or Cibola, the Spanish transliteration of a native name for a pueblo Hawikuh Ruins conquered by Francisco Vasquez de Coronado The Zuni-Cibola Complex, which contains the Hawikuh Ruins Cibola County, New Mexi ...

Sorqan Shira

Sorqan Shira or Sorgan Shira - was one of the Nine Ministers of Genghis Khan and ancestor of Chupanids. He belonged to Suldus clan of Taichiuds, originally being a farmworker under Taichiud chief Todoene-Girte.

Kangchenjunga (disambiguation)

Kangchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world. Kanchenjunga, Kanchenjungha or Kanchanjangha may also refer to: Kanchenjunga National Park, National Park and a Biosphere reserve located in Sikkim, India. Kanchenjungha, a film by Satyaji ...

Young Socialists

Young Socialists has been the name of more than one group: Young Socialists Netherlands Young Socialists Germany Young Socialists France Young Socialists UK and its successor Labour Party Young Socialists Young Socialists US, affiliated to the So ...

Kees Teer

Teer was born in Haarlem on 6 June 1925. He studied electrical engineering at Delft University of Technology and obtained his degree in 1949. On 1 September 1950 he started working for the Philips Natuurkundig Laboratorium as a scientific employe ...

Gulzar Mahal

Gulzar Mahal is a palace in the city of Bahawalpur, Pakistan, that was built between 1906 and 1909. It was commissioned during the reign of Sadeq Mohammad Khan V, and was built to be the residence for women members of the royal household of the f ...

Shakeel Ahmed

Shakeel Ahmed may refer to: Shakeel Ahmed cricketer, born 1982, Pakistani cricketer Shakeel Ahmed cricketer, born 1971, former Pakistani Test cricketer Shakeel Ahmed field hockey born 1970, Indian field hockey player Shakeel Ahmed cricketer, born ...

Uson (disambiguation)

Uson, Masbate, a municipality in the Philippines Uson, a village in the municipality of Huerto, Aragon, Spain Uson Island, an island in the municipality of Coron, Palawan, Philippines

Tages 2

Tages 2 is the second studio album by Swedish pop group Tages, released on 4 August 1966 by Platina Records. Often considered their artistic breakthrough, six out of twelve tracks are original compositions. The album was recorded and released dur ...