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Killa

Killa, Tripura, India Killa Aeolis, a town of ancient Aeolis Killa, a village in Degana, Rajahsthan, India Qila, sometimes spelt Killa, an element in placenames in South Asia

Musafir

Musafir is a word in Arabic, Persian, Hindi and Urdu meaning traveler. In the Romanian language it means guest. In Turkish it also means guest, as an alternative to konuk ", but is spelled as misafir. It may refer to: Musafir 1940 film Musafir 20 ...

Mayskaya Noch (film)

Mayskaya Noch is a 1953 Soviet 3D Russian language film released by Moscow Gorky Film Studios. It was directed by Alexander Rowe, and was based on N. Gogols story of the same name. The film is notable for being the first full-length autostereosco ...

Qasam Se Qasam Se

Qasam Se Qasam Se is a 2012 Indian Hindi language romance film. The movie was directed by Ashfaq Makrani, starring Faith Mehra, Farhan and Satish Kaushik. The film is a love story between Rohan Azim Rizvi and Faith Mehra. The film is set in a col ...

Bhupathi

The name Bhupathi is a combination of two Sanskrit words Bhu and Pathi, Bhu means Land, and Pathi means Lord, which literally means Lord of the land in India.

White spider

White spider or variation, may refer to: Caladenia rigida white spider-orchid an Australian orchid The White Spider 1963 film German: Die weiSe Spinne West German crime drama film White spider flower Grevillea albiflora an Australian shrub The Wh ...

Crocodile Tears (disambiguation)

Crocodile tears are false or insincere displays of emotion. Crocodile Tears may also refer to: Crocodile Tears, the fictional film within Along Came Polly, a 2004 romantic comedy film Crocodile Tears, an "Alex Rider" novel by Anthony Horowitz

Shine Shetty

Shine S. Shetty is an Indian film actor in the Kannada film industry. He is the winner of Kannada reality show Bigg Boss Kannada.

Bloodride

Bloodride is a 2020 Norwegian anthology television series created by Kjetil Indregard and Atle Knudsen and starring Stig R. Amdam, Anna Bache-Wiig and Ellen Bendu. The plot revolves around a bus and its driver, driving in the rain in the middle o ...

FC Thy-Thisted Q

Football Club Thy-Thisted Q is a Danish womens football club based in Thisted, Denmark. The club is currently playing in the Danish top division, the Elitedivisionen, and they play their home matches at the Sparekassen Thy Arena. The team was pre ...

University Museum A Domus do Mitreo

The University Museum A Domus do Mitreo is a museum center built on the old site of the Pazo de Montenegro and annexed buildings, next to the Roman walls of Lugo. The Museum is called Domus do Mitreo because when archaeological surveys were carri ...

Khomuli Cave Natural Monument

Khomuli Cave Natural Monument is a karst cave located 3.7 km to the south from village Khomuli, Tsqaltubo Municipality in Imereti region of Georgia, 160 meters above sea level.

Edmonton Talmud Torah

The ETT was founded in 1912 by a group of 13 Jewish individuals in the basement of the Beth Israel Synagogue on 95th Street. When the Edmonton Jewish community grew in the 1920s, the Beth Israel Synagogue became unsuitable, and so a decision was ...

Robert Dudas

Robert Dudas Hungarian political scientist, international relations expert, politician, since 2019. Member of Hungarian National Assembly and vice-president of Jobbik.

Inclination II

Inclination II is a compilation album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on June 25, 2003 by Tri-M/MidZet House to commemorate the 20th anniversary of her music career. The album compiles Hamadas singles and songs from 1993 to 20 ...

Babru

Babru is an Indian, Kannada language feature film, directed by Sujay Ramaiah. Poornachandra Tejaswi has composed music for the film. It stars Suman Nagarkar, Mahi Hiremath, Sunny Moza, Ray Tostado and Prakruthi Kashyap in lead roles. It is jointl ...

Gattimela

Gattimela is a 2019 Indian Kannada-language television daily soap that airs on Zee Kannada. The series is directed by Koramangala Anil and produced by Joni Harsha. It premiered on March 11, 2019, and is aired from Monday to Friday at 8:00 pm on Z ...

CIRCSE

The Centro Interdisciplinare di Ricerche per la Computerizzazione dei Segni dell’Espressione is an interdisciplinary research centre of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. Its expertise lies in the fields of Computational Linguistics, Natur ...

Māra Lisenko

Māra Lisenko, born June 13, 1986 in Jūrmala, Latvia, is a Latvian singer-songwriter. She is known as the founder of the band Karmafree and since 2018 is the leader of the death metal band MĀRA. Māra mainly practices growling, but thanks to her di ...

Akiva Weingarten

Akiva Weingarten is an American liberal rabbi. He serves as the rabbi of the city of Dresden, Germany and the Liberal Jewish community "Migwan" in Basel, Switzerland.

FK Toten

Fotballklubben Toten is a Norwegian association football club located in Ostre Toten, Innlandet. The club was founded 17 December 1995 as a cooperation club between several clus from Ostre Toten. The team currently plays in 3. divisjon, the fourt ...

Liga IV Braila

Liga IV Braila is the county football division of Liga IV for clubs based in Braila County, Romania. The competition is ranked as the fourth tier of the Romanian football league system and it is competed between 11 teams, the winner may or may no ...

Ivan Čabrinovic

Born in Kragujevac, he played with local side FK Radnicki Kragujevac before signing with Yugoslav giants FK Partizan in winter-break of 1967–68 Yugoslav First League season. He made 6 appearances and scored 3 goals until the end of the season wit ...

HK MSK Indian Ziar nad Hronom

HK MSK Indian Ziar nad Hronom is an ice hockey team in Ziar nad Hronom, Slovakia. They play in the Slovak 2. Liga, the third level of ice hockey in Slovakia.

Office of the Court Administrator

The Office of the Court Administrator is a department of the Supreme Court of the Philippines tasked primarily with investigating judicial misconduct in the lower courts through audits and filing administrative cases against judges who they find ...

Arani Municipality, Tiruvannamalai District

Arani is a municipality city in district of Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, India. The Arani city is divided into 33 wards for which elections are held every 5 years. The Arani Municipality has population of 92375 of which 45.187 are males while 4718 ...

Love Beyond Frontier (2019 TV series)

Love Beyond Frontier, is a 2019 Thai television series starring Perawat Sangpotirat, Tipnaree Weerawatnodom, Thitipoom Techaapaikhun and Ramida Jiranorraphat. The series, directed by Worrawech Danuwong and produced by GMMTV together with Lasercat ...

The Sand Princess

The Sand Princess, is a 2019 Thai television series starring Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul, Worrawech Danuwong and Chutavuth Pattarakampol. The series, produced by GMMTV together with On & On Infinity, premiered in Thailand and aired on GMM 25 from Au ...

Endless Love (2019 TV series)

Endless Love, is a 2019 Thai television series starring Thanat Lowkhunsombat and Violette Wautier. An adaptation of the 2010 Taiwanese drama of the same title Endless Love ", the series, directed by Ekkasit Trakulkasemsuk and produced by GMMTV to ...

Boy For Rent

Boy For Rent, is a 2019 Thai television series starring Sananthachat Thanapatpisal, Sarunchana Apisamaimongkol, Tanutchai Wijitwongthong and Thanat Lowkhunsombat. The series, directed by Ekkasit Trakulkasemsuk and produced by GMMTV together with ...

Little Big Dream

Little Big Dream, is a 2016 Thai television film starring Puttichai Kasetsin and Worranit Thawornwong. The film, directed by Chatkaew Susiwa and produced by GMMTV, premiered in Thailand and originally aired on One31 on December 5, 2016. It later ...

DLC InterChem

InterChem company was registered on December 11, 1992 by five postgraduate chemistry students from Odesa. During its first years InterChem produced bioactive substances to then sell those to other pharmaceutical plants. In 1996 the first InterChe ...

Calm With Horses

Calm With Horses is a 2019 British-Irish drama film, directed by Nick Rowland in his directorial debut from a screenplay by Joseph Murtagh. It concerns an ex-boxer who works as an enforcer for a criminal family in rural Ireland while providing fo ...

Glagolitic numerals

Glagolitic numerals are a numeral system derived from the Glagolitic script, generally agreed to have been created in the 9th century by Saint Cyril. They are similar to Cyrillic numerals, except that numeric values are assigned according to the ...

The Georgia Gazette

The Georgia Gazette was a weekly alternative newspaper in Savannah, Georgia that took its name from Georgias first newspaper, also founded in Savannah in 1763. Its owners and publishers were Marjorie Scardino and Albert Scardino. It was awarded a ...

Supreme Soviet of the Georgian SSR

The Supreme Soviet of the Georgian SSR was the supreme soviet of the Georgian SSR from 1938 to 1990.

Das Jagdgewehr

Das Jagdgewehr is a German-language opera in three acts by Thomas Larcher to a libretto by Friederike Gosweiner after the 1949 short novel Ryōjū by Yasushi Inoue. It received its premiere at the Bregenzer Festspiele on 15 August 2018. The UK prem ...

AMQ

Amq, AMQ or amq may refer to: AMQ, IATA code for Pattimura Airport, Indonesia AMQ, acronym for Advanced Message Queuing protocol, more commonly referred to as AMQP AMQ, acronym for approximate membership query, e.g. quotient filter AMQ, website w ...

Betty Toons

Betty Toons is a Colombian animated television series was produced by RCN Television in 2002, based on Fernando Gaitans soap opera Yo soy Betty, la fea, retrofitting all the characters to make them children living in a primary school. After the g ...

Yancey Strickler

Yancey Strickler is an American author, entrepreneur, and former music critic. He co-founded Kickstarter, the funding platform for creative projects and wrote This Could Be Our Future, a Penguin Random House book about building a society that loo ...

Dropbox

Dropbox or drop box may refer to: Drop box audio engineering, a device used to connect microphones to a multicore cable Dropbox band, an American rock band Drop box, or post box, a physical box for collection of outgoing mail Dropbox album, their ...

Blackmer RMS detector

The Blackmer RMS detector is an electronic true RMS converter invented by David E. Blackmer in 1971. The Blackmer detector, coupled with the Blackmer gain cell, forms the core of the dbx noise reduction system and various professional audio signa ...

Molly And Mack

The show centres around an 8-year-old girl called Molly played by Mimi Robertson who spends the summer helping her older brother Mack played by Joshua Haynes at a toy stall in The Big Hub, a community hall in the fictional Scottish town of Bridge ...

BRICSat-2

BRICSat-2, or USNAP1, is an experimental amateur radio satellite from the United States Naval Academy that was developed in collaboration with George Washington University. BRICSat-2 is the successor to BRICSat-P. AMSAT North Americas OSCAR numbe ...

The World Is Yours

Scarface 1983 film, the main character of which dies falling into a fountain inscribed with the phrase The World Is Yours radio show, an educational radio show The World Is Yours TV series, an early television series The World Is Yours film, a 20 ...

Stephen La Riviere

Stephen La Riviere is an English film producer and writer based in London. His directorial work includes the feature-length documentary Filmed in Supermarionation, based on his book of the same name. The project led to the creation of three new T ...

Sunday Edition

Sunday Edition may refer to: Sunday comics, weekly special comics printings in newspapers Sunday Edition Canadian TV series, a 1988–1999 Canadian news and public affairs television program Sunday editions, weekly newspapers published on Sunday Th ...

Moominvalley (soundtrack)

Moominvalley is the soundtrack to the animated family drama series Moominvalley. In September 2018, it was announced that Gutsy Animations made a deal with Sony Music to have the labels artists contribute original songs for each episode. The trac ...

Leapfrog (disambiguation)

Leapfrog is a childrens game. Leapfrog or leap-frog may also refer to: Leapfrog position, a sexual position Leapfrog Group, a patient safety organization that grades hospitals based on a set of safety criteria Leap-Frog comics, two comic book cha ...

Payoff

Payoff may refer to: Bribery, an act of implying money or gift giving that alters the behavior of the recipient Payoff matrix or payoff function in a normal-form game in game theory Paying off pennant, flown in some navies when a ship is decommis ...