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Judge and Jeopardy

Judge and Jeopardy is a 1968 Japanese drama film directed by Shiro Moritani. It is based on the story "The Lawyer" by attorney Hiroshi Masaki and his account of Japans "Headless Murder Case" in which a police officer beat a suspect to death durin ...

Baltimore riots

Baltimore riots can refer to several incidents of civil unrest in Baltimore, Marylands history. It generally refers to the Baltimore Riot of 1861, where a mob of Confederate Southern sympathizers attacked newly raised Union state militia troops t ...

Himanshu Patel

Himanshu Patel, want to C. U. Shah Commerce College in 1986, where he took part in college election and won. Himanshu Patel was elected the General Secretary in the third year of his bachelors degree and also became Senate Member of Gujarat Unive ...

The Nowhere Man (Kamala Markandaya novel)

The Nowhere Man is a 1972 English-language novel by Kamala Markandaya. It was Markandayas seventh novel, and her own favourite. The novel is a tragedy of alienation, centered on the racism experienced by an elderly Brahmin, Srinivas, who has live ...

ICRA

ICRA may refer to: Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, a United States Act reforming immigration law Irish Civil Rights Association, a United Kingdom political party Internet Content Rating Association, an international non-profit organiz ...

Magus (disambiguation)

Magus album, a 2018 album by Thou The Magus film, a 1968 film based on the book starring Michael Caine and Anthony Quinn Magus Chrono Trigger, a character from the 1995 video game Chrono Trigger Magus comics, an incarnation of the Marvel Comics c ...

The Wrecking Crew

The Wrecking Crew 1968 film, a 1968 film starring Dean Martin and Sharon Tate The Wrecking Crew 2008 film, a 2008 documentary film directed by Denny Tedesco The Wrecking Crew 2000 film, a 2000 action film starring Ice-T and Snoop Dogg Wrecking Cr ...

The Meat Fetish

The Meat Fetish is a 1904 essay by Ernest Crosby on vegetarianism and animal rights. It was subsequently published as a pamphlet the following year, with an additional essay by Elisee Reclus, entitled The Meat Fetish: Two Essays on Vegetarianism.

The Harvesters (Doctor Who)

The Doctor, Jamie, and Zoe land on desolated purple planet conquered by" The Masters”, whom plan on taking the purple planet to a solar system, and dispatch their robots known as Roboes’ to invade Earth. The Doctor, eventually, defeats" The Maste ...

Collaborator

Collaborator or collaborators may refer to: Collaborationism, working with an enemy occupier against ones own country Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II Collaboration, working with others for a common goal

Whole Earth

Whole Earth Review 1985–2002, but renamed simply "Whole Earth" after 1997, U.S. scientific and political periodical edited by Stewart Brand Whole Earth Software Catalog and Review 1984–1985, two separate U.S. software periodicals the "Catalog" an ...

Power of 10 (disambiguation)

A power of 10 is any of the integer powers of the number ten; in other words, ten multiplied by itself a certain number of times. Power of 10, Power of ten, or Powers of Ten may refer to: Power of Ten album, by Chris de Burgh Power of 10, weight- ...

Rainbird

Shangyang rainbird, in Chinese mythology Rain Bird legend, a Native American legendary animal Rainbird, colloquial name given to various birds thought to sing before rain, including the European green woodpecker, Jamaican lizard cuckoo, Pacific k ...

Fidelio (disambiguation)

Fidelio is an opera by Beethoven. Fidelio may also refer to: Fidelio magazine, a journal of the Lyndon LaRouche movement Fidelio film, an Australian television live recording of the opera Fidelio, discontinued software from Hotline Connect Fideli ...

V5

V5, V-5, or V.5 may refer to: V.5 mixtape, the tenth mixtape by American rapper Lloyd Banks V5 interface, a family of telephone network protocols defined by ETSI V.5, a withdrawn general-standard recommendation by the ITU Telecommunication Standa ...

XT

Yamaha XT 600 and other XT versions, an enduro motorcycle Ford XT Falcon, a car produced by the Ford Motor Company in Australia between 1968 and 1969 Moyes XT, an Australian hang glider design Subaru XT, a sports car

60 Minutes (disambiguation)

60 Minutes is an American news television program which premiered on CBS in 1968. 60 Minutes or Sixty Minutes may also refer to: 60 Minutes II, also known as 60 Minutes Wednesday and 60 Minutes, a second edition of the CBS News program which ran ...

Earthrise (disambiguation)

Earthrise is a famous photograph taken on the 1968 Apollo 8 space mission. Earthrise may also refer to: Earthrise 1990 video game, a computer game by Interstel Earthrise, a TV series on Al Jazeera English Earthrise video game, a 2011 massively mu ...

Agni Pareeksha

Agni Pareeksha or Agni Pariksha may refer to: Agni pariksha, a trial by fire described in the Sanskrit epic poem Ramayana Agni Pareeksha 1970 film, a Telugu film Agni Pariksha 1954 film, a Bengali film with Uttam Kumar and Suchitra Sen Agni Paree ...

Of Mice and Men (disambiguation)

Of Mice and Men is a 1937 novella by John Steinbeck. Of Mice and Men is a phrase from a poem To a Mouse, on Turning Her Up in Her Nest with the Plough by Robert Burns. An often quoted refrain from the poem is a cliche: .The best-laid schemes o mi ...

Gift of Love (disambiguation)

"The Gift of Love", 2017; Season 1, Episode 4; Are You the One: Second Chances "Gift of Love", 1998 episode of Born Free "A Gift of Love", 1965; Season 5, Episode 21; Dr. Kildare "A Gift of Love", 1968; Season 2, Episode 6; Gentle Ben "Gift of Lo ...

Speech (disambiguation)

Speech is the vocal form of human communication. Speech or speaking may also refer to: Discourse Talking animal or speaking animal, any non-human animal which produces sounds or gestures resembling those of a human Spoken language Animal language ...

Sword and shield

Sword and shield are a bladed weapon and a piece of personal armour, respectively. Sword and shield may also refer to: Society for Creative Anachronism Royal Armouries Ms. I.33 Pokemon Sword and Shield, 2019 games in the Pokemon video game series ...

Pleasure Island

Pleasure Island, Liverpool closed 1997 Pleasure Island Family Theme Park, in North East Lincolnshire, England closed 2016 Pleasure Island Walt Disney World, in Orlando, Florida Pleasure Island Massachusetts amusement park closed 1969 Pleasure Isl ...

High Tide

High Tide 1987 film, an Australian drama film High Tide 1947 film, an American film noir High Tide TV series, 1994–1997 The Reef 2: High Tide, a 2012 South Korean-American computer animated film "High Tide", a 1989 episode of Tugs

Yellow Submarine

"Yellow Submarine" song, released in 1966 The Yellow Submarine, 1968 movie comic book published by Gold Key Comics. Yellow Submarine sculpture, large-scale work of art at Liverpool Airport, based on the song and film Yellow Submarine album, 1969 ...

Riaz Tasneem

Riaz Tasneem, was a Pakistani poet, literary critic and research scholar who primarily wrote poems in Pashto and Urdu language throughout his literary career. He is believed to have played a significant contribution to Pashto language and literature.

Public Eye

Public Eye may refer to: The Public Eye TV series, a Canadian television public affairs television series which aired on CBC Television from 1965 to 1969 Public Eye TV series, a British television series that ran from 1965 to 1975 Public Eye Awar ...

Vinson

Vinson Filyaw born 1969, former construction worker convicted of kidnapping and raping Vinson surname, people with the surname Vinson Vinson political family

Pintado

Pintado means "painted" in Spanish or "spotted" in Portuguese and may refer to: Cero Scomberomorus regalis, a large, spotted, mackerel-like fish, whose range includes the Florida coast and the West Indies, after which two USS Pintado ships were n ...

1969 New Hebridean general election

In 1968 proposals were approved to increase the size of the Advisory Council from 26 to 30 members. The enlarged Council consisted of six official members, ten nominated members three British, three French and four Hebridean and fourteen elected ...

73 Uniform

The M69 is a Soviet military uniform introduced in the late 1960s to replace the Gymnastyorka style uniforms, which had remained virtually unchanged since World War 2. It was used by all branches of the Soviet Armed Forces aside from the Soviet N ...

Elisenda

Elisenda may refer to: In people Elisenda Paluzie b. 1969, Spanish economist, politician, and professor Elisenda de Sant Climent 1220–1275, Catalan slave Elisenda Grigsby, American mathematician Elisenda Fabregas b. 1955, Spanish/American compose ...

Shirak

Shirak State University, state university in Gyumri, Armenia Shirak Plain, a plain located in the Armenian Plateau Shirak Airport, international airport in Gyumri, Armenia Shirag, village in South Khorasan Province, Iran, also called Shīrak Deh S ...

Jan Aling

Aling was born in Bunne. As an amateur cyclist, Aling was known for his strong sprint. He won several races including Omloop der Kempen, stages in the Milk race now called Tour of Britain, stage in the Olympias Tour and the Ronde van Overijssel. ...

Brainwashed

"Brainwash", a song by Simon Curtis from his 2010 debut album 8Bit Heart "Brainwashed", a song by Iced Earth from their 1995 album Burnt Offerings "Brainwashed" Devlin song, from the 2011 album Bud, Sweat and Beers "Brainwashed", a song by The Ki ...

Diocese of Skopje

Diocese of Skopje may refer to: Bulgarian Orthodox Diocese of Skopje, former eparchy of the Bulgarian Exarchate Roman Catholic Diocese of Skopje and Prizren, former diocese 1969-2000 of Catholic Church Metropolitan Diocese of Skopje, an Eastern O ...

Marcio Santos

Marcio Santos may refer to: Marcio Santos footballer, born 1998, Portuguese footballer Marcio Gleydson da Silva Santos born 1987, Brazilian footballer in Thailand and Burma Marcio dos Santos Gaia born 1978, Brazilian football player in England Ma ...

Queimada

Queimada Armamar, a civil parish in the municipality of Armamar, Portugal Queimada, Cape Verde, a village in the northwest-central part of São Nicolau Island Ilha da Queimada Grande, an island in the State of São Paulo, Brazil

UCF Knights mens basketball statistical leaders

The UCF Knights mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the UCF Knights mens basketball program in various categories, including points, three-pointers, assists, blocks, rebounds, and steals. Within those areas, ...

General Tire AnywhereIsPossible 200

The General Tire #AnywhereIsPossible 200 is a 200-mile annual ARCA Menards Series race held at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. The inaugural event was held on May 30, 1969 and was won by Bobby Watson. The track has been featured on the ...

Apostolic Delegation to Somalia

The Apostolic Delegation to Somalia represents the interests of the Holy See in Somalia to officials of the Catholic Church, civil society, and government offices. The Holy See and the government of Somalia have not established diplomatic relatio ...

Textile and Clothing Workers Union

The Textile and Clothing Workers Union was a trade union representing workers involved in making textiles and garments, in Finland. The union was founded in 1971, when the Textile Workers Union merged with the Textile and Knitting Workers Union a ...

Sanson (cycling team, 1969)

Sanson was an Italian professional cycling team that existed for only the 1969 season. The team was one of several professional cycling teams throughout the 1960s and 1970s that were sponsored by Sanson Gelati, an Italian food producer.

Alexander Neu

Alexander Neu is a German politician. Born in Eitorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, he represents The Left. Alexander Neu has served as a member of the Bundestag from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia since 2013.

Bukari Nikpe Joseph

Bukari Nikpe Joseph is a Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Saboba Constituency in the Northern Region on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

William Ofori Boafo

William Ofori Boafo is a Ghanaian politician and member of the 7th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana representing Akropong Constituency in the Eastern region of Ghana.

Baba Jamal Mohammed Ahmed

Ahmed Mohammed Baba Jamal is a Ghanaian politician. He was a member of Parliament for Akwatia Constituency. He served as the deputy minister-designate for Local Government and Rural Development.

Waterloo Road

Waterloo Road NSR railway station, a former railway station of the North Staffordshire Railway Waterloo Road, the original name of Blackpool South railway station Waterloo Road, London, England Waterloo Road, Hong Kong, an east-west thoroughfare ...

Siwarātrikalpa

Siwarātrikalpa is a Javanese kakawin written by Mpu Tanakung in Old Javanese. It is a didactic text that describes the making of the rite of Shiva on the night of Shiva, celebrated in Bali and elsewhere. The story is related to some puranas.