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Bad Boys

Bad Boys 1995 film Bad Boys for Life, a 2020 sequel to the film Bad Boys soundtrack, a soundtrack album from the 1995 film Bad Boys: Miami Takedown, a 2004 video game based on the sequel Bad Boys 1983 film, an American crime drama starring Sean P ...

Free fall (disambiguation)

Freefall: America, Free Markets, and the Sinking of the World Economy, a 2010 non-fiction book by Joseph Stiglitz Freefall novel, the third book of the Tunnels series, by Roderick Gordon and Brian Williams Free Fall Golding novel, a novel by Will ...

Opium (disambiguation)

Opium is a plant latex that is a source of narcotic analgesic drugs Opium may also refer to: Opium perfume Afyonkarahisar, Turkish city formerly known as Afyon Opium Opium poppy, the plant from which opium is obtained

Dog Eat Dog

"Dog Eat Dog", an episode of Street Hawk "Dog Eat Dog" Picket Fences "Dog Eat Dog" The Bill "Dog Eat Dog" Underbelly: The Golden Mile "Dog Eat Dog" CSI, an episode of the American crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "Dog Eat Dog" Cashmere ...

Squad (disambiguation)

Squad video game, a video game by Offworld Industries The Squad, a superhero team from the Malibu Comics Ultraverse Mob Squad, a 2003 studio album by Dragon Ash, Source, and Mach25 The Squad novel, a 1990 Vietnam War novel by David Sherman

Valêncio Xavier

Valêncio Xavier Niculitcheff was a Brazilian writer, screenwriter, film and television director. He was known by his experimental writing, mixing verbal and visual languages; among them O mez da grippe, a novella set in Curitiba during the 1918 i ...

King James

James I of Aragon 1208–1276, surnamed the Conqueror, was the king of Aragon, count of Barcelona and Lord of Montpellier from 1213 to 1276 James II of Majorca died 1311 James III of Majorca 1315–1349, last ruler of independent Majorca James II of ...

What Love Is (song)

What Love is a song by Uku Suviste that was to represent Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, before the cancellation of the event due to coronacrisis. It was written by Suviste and Sharon Vaughn. During the ...

Marino Selo camp

The Marino Selo camp was a makeshift prison camp located on the premises of the fishing hut in the village of Marino Selo near Pakrac where Croatian Serb civilians were detained, tortured and killed by members of the 76th Independent Battalion Cr ...

Arjen Hoekstra

Arjen Hoekstra was a professor at the University of Twente who pioneered the concept of the water footprint - a way of measuring the extent of water consumption. His work drew attention to the hidden water use associated with a range of activitie ...

Compulsion

Compulsion may refer to: Compulsive behavior, a psychological condition in which a person does a behavior compulsively, having an overwhelming feeling that they must do so. Obsessive–compulsive disorder, a mental disorder characterized by intrusi ...

Q&A

Q&A, also Q and A, generally abbreviates the phrase "question and answer", and refers to a period of time or an occasion that follows a type of interview format, often public, when an individual "answers questions that are asked by a reporter ...

Sleeping Dogs

Sleeping Dogs video game, a 2012 video game formerly known as True Crime: Hong Kong Sleeping Dogs: Triad Wars, a canceled spin-off of the video game

Facelift (disambiguation)

Facelift is the common name for rhytidectomy, a cosmetic surgery procedure. Facelift may also refer to: Facelift album, a 1990 album by Alice in Chains "Face Lift" CSI, an episode of the television show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Facelift TV ...

Love Crime (disambiguation)

Love Crime or Love Crimes may refer to: Love Crimes, 2016 album by American Armenian DJ Super Sako. The album included the viral Armenian hit "Mi Gna" by Super Sako featuring Spitakci Hayko "Love Crime" song, 2015 song by Siouxsie "Love Crime", a ...

Tears Getting Sober

Tears Getting Sober is a song recorded by Bulgarian singer and songwriter Victoria. The song was composed and written by the aforementioned artist together with Borislav Milanov, Cornelia Wiebols and Lukas Oscar Janisch. The song was scheduled to ...

Inspector Singh Investigates: A Calamitous Chinese Killing

By the time of this story the sixth of the series Inspector Singh has become notorious over the years due to his ability to crack cases - as well as offend the powers that be of the day. As a result, he has now become an indispensable yet politic ...

Copycat

Copycat suicide, suicide inspired by or replicating anothers suicide attempt Copycat crime, a criminal act that is modeled on previous crimes that have been reported in the media

PM v Director of Public Prosecutions

PM v Director of Public Prosecutions 3 IR 172 is an Irish Supreme Court case in which the Court upheld the decision of the lower court that PM had satisfied the balancing test applicable in cases of delay in prosecution. This balancing test requi ...

The Street

Wall Street in New York Citys Financial District The Street, Lawshall, Suffolk, England The Street Heath Charnock, a building and bridleway in Rivington, Lancashire, England

LG V60 ThinQ

The LG V60 ThinQ, commonly referred to as the LG V60, is an Android phablet manufactured by LG Electronics as part of the LG V series. It was announced in February 2020 and is the successor to the LG V50 ThinQ.

Getaway

Getaway or Get Away may refer to: Getaway 2013 film, an American action thriller film "Get Away", an episode of the sitcom The King of Queens Getaway upcoming film, an American supernatural horror film Crime scene getaway, the act of fleeing the ...

Viva Las Vegas (disambiguation)

Viva Las Vegas may refer to: Viva Las Vegas, 1964 film starring Elvis Presley and Ann-Margret Viva Las Vegas EP, an EP by Elvis Presley, containing songs from the above-mentioned film "Viva Las Vegas" song, song performed by Elvis Presley in the ...

Four by four (disambiguation)

Four by four or 4x4 refers to a four-wheeled vehicle with a drivetrain that allows all four wheels to receive torque from the engine simultaneously. It may also refer to:

List of e.tv original productions

3rd Degree, actualty news program, Diprente, 2002000 Backstage, drama series, Bottom Line Entertainment, 2000-2007 Club 808: Make Some Noise, music magazine, Red Pepper productions Craz-e World Live, interactive teen magazine, Red Pepper Producti ...

Mai Kuraki videography

Japanese singer-songwriter Mai Kuraki has released twenty-five video albums and three video singles, and been featured in xx music videos, two television series, and eleven commercials. Kuraki debuted in 1999, while she was still in high school, ...

Twisted

Twisted TV series, 2013 Twisted 2004 film, a thriller starring Ashley Judd and Andy Garcia Twisted 1996 film, a retelling of Oliver Twist in a contemporary setting, directed by Seth Michael Donsky Twisted 1986 film, a horror film by Adam Holender ...

Kim Jin-min

Shin Don MBC, 2005–06 Road No. 1 MBC, 2010 Forever Love MBC, 2003 Time Between Dog and Wolf MBC, 2007 God of War MBC, 2012 Extracurricular Netflix, 2020 Best Theater: Who Lives in That House? MBC, 2006 Marriage Contract MBC, 2016 The Age of Heroe ...

Robbery (disambiguation)

The Robbery, an episode of Laverne & Shirley 1978 The Robbery, an episode of Kitchen Confidential 2006 "The Robbery Seinfeld", episode of Seinfeld

List of Animal Kingdom characters

Animal Kingdom is an American drama television series developed by Jonathan Lisco. It is based on the 2010 Australian film of the same name by David Michod, who is executive producer for the series. The series features a 17-year-old boy, who, aft ...

Intrigo: Death of an Author

Intrigo: Death of an Author is a 2018 German-Swedish-American mystery crime drama film directed by Daniel Alfredson and starring Ben Kingsley and Benno Furmann. The film is based on a series of novellas by Håkan Nesser. It is the first in a trilo ...

Paul Butler

Paul Butler may refer to: Paul Butler American football born 1993, American football player Paul Butler footballer, born 1964, English football soccer player Paul Butler cricketer born 1963, former English cricketer R. Paul Butler, American astro ...

King Youngblood

King Youngblood is an alternative rock band from Seattle suburb Lake Forest Park, Washington. The band consists of Cameron Lavi-Jones on lead vocals and guitar, Cory Cavazos on cello, and Hamoon Milanina on bass and support vocals. Drummers featu ...

Who Killed Garrett Phillips?

On Oct. 24, 2011, 12-year-old Garrett Phillips was murdered in his home in Potsdam, a small town in upstate New York. Police quickly suspected Oral "Nick" Hillary, a Jamaican man in the mostly white community, who was a soccer coach at Clarkson U ...

Accused

Accused or The Accused may refer to: Suspect, a known person suspected of committing a crime A person suspected with committing a crime or offence; see Criminal charge The Accused, a 1980s Seattle crossover thrash band The Accused, a play by Jeff ...

Vahan Terpanchian

He was born in Erzurum, Western Armenia, Ottoman Empire, in 1912. After murder of his father during the Armenian Genocide in Ottoman Empire, he fled to Syria at age of 3 with his mother. The mother and son eventually moved up to Iran and settled ...

Throwdown

Throwdowns, bang snaps fireworks Throw Down film, a 2004 Hong Kong action film

Leave Me Alone

Leave Me Alone may refer to: Leave Me Alone film, a 2004 Hong Kong film directed by Danny Pang Leave Me Alone!, a 2016 picture book by Vera Brosgol Leave Me Alone: A Novel of Chengdu, a novel by Murong Xuecun Leave Me Alone, a 1958 novel by David ...

Ramgarhia Misl

Ramgarhia Misl) was a sovereign state in the Sikh confederacy of Punjab region in present-day India and Pakistan. The misls name is derived from Quila Ramgarh, a place near Amritsar which was fortified and redesigned by Ramgarhia Misl chief Jassa ...

Corrine Sparks

Corrine Sparks is a Canadian judge. She was the first Black Canadian woman to become a judge in Canada, and the first black judge in the province of Nova Scotia. Her decision in the case R v S, which was controversially overturned on appeal, was ...

Bratislava riots

Many riots have occurred in Bratislava, currently the capital of Slovakia. Bratislava riots in 1918, part of the post-World War I anti-Jewish violence in Czechoslovakia Velvet Revolution 1989 Bratislava riots 1848 - anti-Jewish riots during Revol ...

Wolseley Hall

Wolseley Hall was a stately home near the village of Colwich, in Staffordshire, England. It was demolished in 1966; the former gardens are now a nature reserve of the Wolseley Centre.

Castel Giubileo (zone of Rome)

In addition to the odonyms of the area of Fidene municipalities of Tuscany, Colle Salario municipalities of Marche and Serpentara Italian actors, the streets are also dedicated to opera singers: Matteo Babini, Cesare Badiali, Marianna Benti Bulga ...

Micol Di Segni

Micol Di Segni is an Italian professional Mixed martial artist and Alternative model for the website SuicideGirls since 2007. She has been a pin-up model for the punk rock website SuicideGirls since 2007, featured in more than 20 photoshoots, 2 h ...

SAVE

SAVE may refer to: Esquel Airports ICAO code US-based Spirit Airlines, whose NASDAQ stock symbol is SAVE. Save Britains Heritage Campaigning for threatened historic buildings in Britain SAVE a Minnesota-based suicide prevention organization. SAVE ...

War Music (Refused album)

War Music is the fifth studio album by Swedish hardcore punk band Refused. It was released on 18 October 2019 via Spinefarm Records/Search and Destroy Records.

Nostra

Cosa Nostra: Hip Hop is a 2006 hip-hop compilation album by Ivy Queen Koza nostra is the tenth studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba West Koastra Nostra is the sixth album by Samoan rap group, Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. La ...

PFM

PFM may refer to: Plasma-facing material, the material used to line the reactor vessel in a fusion power reactor Porcelain Fused to Metal, the most common type of dental crown Public Financial Management, a Philadelphia-based financial advisory f ...

McGirt v. Oklahoma

McGirt v. Oklahoma is a pending United States Supreme Court case that raises the question of whether Congress disestablished Native American reservation in Oklahoma. It is related to another pending Supreme Court case, Sharp v. Murphy heard in th ...

Rina Arseneault

Rina Arseneault is a Canadian social worker, researcher, activist, and educator. She is the associate director at the University of New Brunswick’s Murial McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research. In 2013, Arseneault was appointed a ...