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Mach3

Mach 3 1987 video game, a 1987 shooter video game M.A.C.H. 3, a 1983 LaserDisc video game ArtSoft Mach3, a computer-aided manufacturing program by ArtSoft USA EMC2 Mach3, an automated machine tool software "Mach3" from EMC2, see History of numeri ...

Freight train (disambiguation)

Freight Train folk song, song by Elizabeth Cotten Freight Train Music, a company by Jimmy Barnes Freight Train Nitro song, song by glam metal band Nitro Freight Train album,a 2010 album by Alan Jackson Freight Train book, childrens book by Donald ...

Macdonald-Harrington Building

The Macdonald-Harrington Building is a building located at 815 Sherbrooke Street West, on McGill Universitys downtown campus in Montreal, Quebec. Designed and built in Renaissance Revival style by Sir Andrew Taylor between 1896 and 1897, Macdonal ...

I Found My Friends: The Oral History of Nirvana

I Found My Friends: The Oral History of Nirvana is a book by author and writer Nicholas Soulsby. It was published in March 2015 by St. Martins Press. and documents the history of the band Nirvana through the opening performers and producers who p ...

Bow Wow

"Bow Wow Thats My Name", a 2000 song by Lil Bow Wow "Bow Wow", a 2003 song by The Fiery Furnaces Gallowsbirds Bark "Bow Wow Blues My Mama Treat Me like a Dog", a 1921 song by Cliff Friend & Nat Osborne

Eleanor Ray

Ray graduated from the New York Studio School with a Master of Fine Arts in 2012 and from Amherst College with a Bachelor of Arts in 2009. Her work depicts landscape and interior scenes in small scale paintings. Ray believes that the smaller scal ...

The Passion

The Passion may refer to: The Passion of the Christ, a 2004 film Passion of Jesus, in Christianity, the Passion is the short final period in the life of Jesus The Passion TV series, a 1999 TV drama series set in Devon The Passion of Christ Strasb ...

The Road Less Traveled

Road Less Traveled Points North album, 2012 Road Less Traveled Boyce Avenue album, 2016 The Road Less Travelled Preston Reed album, 1987 The Road Less Traveled Six Feet Deep album, 1997 The Road Less Travelled Triosphere album, 2010 "Road Less Tr ...

Life Story

Life Story may refer to: "Life Story", a song by Barbra Streisand from the album Guilty "Life-Story", a widely anthologized short story from Lost in the Funhouse by John Barth Life story work, a social work psychological intervention "Life Story" ...

A More Perfect Union

A More Perfect Union: Advancing New American Rights, a 2001 book by Jesse Jackson, Jr. A More Perfect Union: What We the People Can Do to Reclaim Our Constitutional Liberties, a 2015 book Ben Carson written with Candy Carson

Reasonable Adjustment

Reasonable Adjustment were a disabled armed resistance movement operating from 1988 to 1993. Their actions included a shooting at Pebble Mill television studios in 1989 and a bombing at Euston station. No one was injured during their campaign, bu ...

Fear of the Dark

Fear of the Dark may refer to: Fear of the dark, a common phobia In music: "Fear of the Dark" song, a song by Iron Maiden Fear of the Dark Iron Maiden album 1992 Fear of the Dark Gordon Giltrap album "Scared of the Dark, a song by Steps "Fear of ...

Bhoomika Theatre Group

Bhoomika is an Indian Theatre group based in Hyderabad. It was founded in 1989 by Udaya Bhanu Garikipati. The group began its first production in 1989 with Kaki Bangaram, an adaption of Vijay Tendulkars Pahije Jathiche. It later produced various ...

Manifest Destiny (disambiguation)

Manifest destiny was a widely held belief in the United States that its settlers were destined to expand across North America. Manifest Destiny may also refer to: "Manifest Destiny" Jamiroquai song, 1994 Wolverine: Manifest Destiny, four-issue li ...

George Michalakis

George Michalakis is a South African attorney of the High Court and politician who serves as a Delegate of the National Council of the Provinces for the Free State and is a party member of the Democratic Alliance. Michalakis previously served as ...

Bertram

Bertram, California, United States, an unincorporated community Bertram, Texas, United States, a city Bertram, Western Australia, a suburb of Perth, Australia Bertram Building, a historic building in Austin, Texas Bertram Glacier, Palmer Land, An ...

1988 presidential election

1988 presidential election may refer to: 1988 Algerian presidential election 1988 Icelandic presidential election 1988 Finnish presidential election 1988 Rwandan presidential election 1988 Venezuelan presidential election 1988 Mexican presidentia ...

Leonela Paola Yudica

Yudica was born in Santa Lucia, San Juan, Argentina, on 18 September 1988. She made her boxing debut on 21 April 2012, beating Soledad del Valle Frias by unanimous decision.

In My Eyes

In My Eyes may refer to: "In My Eyes" Stevie B song, a 1988 song from the above album In My Eyes EP, a 1981 EP by Minor Threat, or the title song In My Eyes album, a 1988 album by American freestyle/dance musician Stevie B "In My Eyes", a 2013 so ...

Peni

Peni may refer to: Peni, a town in Burkina Faso in Peni Department Peni tribe, a people of the pre-Roman Astures, in current Spain Peni, Chad, in Chad Peni Parker, an alternate dimension version of Spider-Man from Earth-14512 Peni Tagive b. 1988, ...

Far North

Far North South Australia, a region Far North Russia, a part of Russia which lies beyond the Arctic Circle Far North Queensland, Australia Far North District, the administrative district in northern Northland Region, New Zealand Far North Canada ...

Kena

Kena River, a river in Russia Kena Cone, a volcanic hill in Canada Kena Vilnius, a village in Lithuania Kena, old spelling for Qena, a city in Egypt

Lafa (exclosure)

Lafa is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 1988 by the local community.

Togogwa (exclosure)

Togogwa is an exclosure located in the Dogua Tembien woreda of the Tigray Region in Ethiopia. The area has been protected since 1988 by the local community.

A9

Subfamily A9, a Rhodopsin-like receptors subfamily HLA-A9, a broad antigen serogroup of Human MHC HLA-A British NVC community A9, the Potamogeton natans community, one of the aquatic communities of the British National Vegetation Classification B ...

Live in Athens (Motorhead single)

Live in Athens is a 7 inch single recorded at Sporting Athens Greece, March 14, 1988 touring for "Rock N Roll album. It was released only in Greece May 20 1988 in a strictly numbered limited edition of 100 copies. Live in Athens is a single by th ...

Walter Wang

Walter Wang is a Chinese-American philanthropist, businessperson, and CEO. He is the co-founder of The Walter and Shirley Wang Foundation, a philanthropic organization. He is also the CEO of JM Eagle, a global manufacturer of plastic pipe.

Atsushi Matsumoto

Atsushi Matsumoto is a Japanese freestyle wrestler. In 2018 he won one of the bronze medals in the 92 kg event at the 2018 World Wrestling Championships held in Budapest, Hungary. He also competed in Greco-Roman wrestling in 2017, winning the sil ...

Prosperous

Prosperous, the adjectival form of Prosperity, may also refer to: Places Prosperous, County Kildare, Ireland Battle of Prosperous 1798 Prosperous Bay Plain, Saint Helena Political parties Prosperous Armenia Prosperous and Safe Aceh Party Indonesi ...

Operation Beit ol-Moqaddas 4

Operation Beit ol-Moqaddas 4 was a military operation during Iran-Iraq War which was launched by Iran on 25 March 1988 by the code of "Ya Aba Abd-Allah al-Hussain ") at the axis of Halabcheh-Shakhshemiran, by the command of Islamic Revolutionary ...

Bank of Ireland v ODonnell & ors

Bank of Ireland v ODonnell & ors IESC 90 is an Irish Supreme Court case that centred around whether the appellants had any right or capacity to bring a motion before the court. They wanted to seek an order of a stay on Mr Justice McGoverns order ...

Jason Moore

Jason Moore may refer to: Jason H. Moore, American computational geneticist and translational bioinformatician Jason Moore wide receiver born 1995, American football wide receiver for the Los Angeles Chargers Jason Moore safety born 1976, America ...

Harold Martin

Harold Martin may refer to: Harold Martin dragster driver, American drag racer Harold E. Martin 1923–2007, newspaper editor and publisher Harold Martin New Caledonian politician born 1954, politician of New Caledonia Harold L. Martin born 1951, A ...

Farida al-Abani

Farida Massaoud al-Abani is a Swedish politician and the party co-leader of Feminist Initiative. She has previously acted as the partys spokesperson on social issues and migration policy. Born in Tajura, Libya, al-Abani moved with her family to S ...

Karex

Karex Berhad is a Malaysian condom manufacturer, one of the largest in the world. It produces more than five billion condoms a year and one in every five condoms globally. The company also supplies condoms to marketing brands like Durex.

Corissa Vella

Corissa Vella White, known as Corissa Vella, is a Maltese footballer who plays as a midfielder. She has officially played for the senior Malta womens national team.

Hongqi

Hongqi may refer to: Hongqi Press, a book publisher of China Hongqi automobile, luxury car series of First Automobile Works FAW, Changchun, Jilin, China Hongqi magazine, published by the Chinese Communist Party from 1958 to 1988

Oulad

Oulad may refer to: People Chahid Oulad El Hadj born 1988, a professional Moroccan-Dutch Welterweight Muay Thai kickboxer and martial artist Places Oulad Ayad, a town in Beni-Mellal Province, Tadla-Azilal, Morocco Oulad Zbair, a town in Taza Prov ...

Neolithodes vinogradovi

Neolithodes vinogradovi is a species of king crab whose native habitat ranges from the Arabian Sea to the Coral Sea. In the eastern Indian Ocean, one was found at a depth of 1.600 metres 5.200 ft, while in the Coral Sea, two specimens were found ...

1988 London Marathon

The 1988 London Marathon was the eighth running of the annual marathon race in London, United Kingdom, which took place on Sunday, 17 April. The elite mens race was won by Denmarks Henrik Jorgensen in a time of 2:10:20 hours and the womens race w ...

Modern pentathlon at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Mens individual

The modern pentathlon at the 1992 Summer Olympics was represented by two events: Individual competition and Team competition. As usual in Olympic modern pentathlon, one competition was held and each competitors score was included to the Individua ...

Modern pentathlon at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Mens team

The modern pentathlon at the 1992 Summer Olympics was represented by two events: Individual competition and Team competition. As usual in Olympic modern pentathlon, one competition was held and each competitors score was included to the Individua ...

Kwiek

Kwiek is a Polish surname derived from the Polish word cwiek for "stud", "brad" and therefore an occupational name for a person producing or selling this kind of nails. Notable people with the surname include: Marcos Kwiek born 1967, Brazilian vo ...

Operation Hope

There are a number of military operations with names similar to Operation Hope. They are, chronologically: Operation Restore Hope, 1992-3 US operation in Somalia Operation Omaid Hope, 2010 ISAF/Afghan operation Operation Shining Hope, 1999 US hum ...

Zakwe

Zakwe was born in the township of KwaMashu in KwaZulu-Natal. He went to Brettonwood High School where he completed his matric and developed his passion for hip hop music. He then went to further his studies at the Durban University of Technology ...

Francis Polisi Loile Lotodo

Francis Lolisi Loile Lotodo was a Kenyan Politician and a Member of Parliament for Pokot West, which was later changed to Kapenguria Constituency in West Pokot County.

Anatomi

Anatomi is a luxury fashion brand based in Dubai which was launched by Doaa Alghouti in 2015. The contemporary label fuses timeless styles with modest silhouettes evoking an elegant asthetic. Anatomic amalgamates sophistication and femininity kee ...

1988 Womens World Snooker Championship

The 1988 Womens World Snooker Championship was a womens snooker tournament that took place in October 1988. It was the 1988 edition of the World Womens Snooker Championship, first held in 1976. Holiday Club Pontins provided prize money totalling ...

1988 Tournament of the Americas squads

This article displays the rosters for the participating teams at the 1988 Tournament of the Americas played in Montevideo, Uruguay from May 22 to May 31, 1988.

Chris Andrade

Christopher Sting Andrade Almao also known as Chris Andrade, is a comedian, screenwriter and copywriter from Venezuela who has worked in Venezuelan media; as Editor-in-chief of the venezuelan News satire webpage El Chiguire Bipolar. Also he is a ...