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English Rose

English Rose may refer to: English rose epithet, an Englishwoman who is naturally attractive "English Rose" cultivars, rose cultivars bred by David C. H. Austin Tudor rose, the traditional floral heraldic emblem of England

Cinematic

Cinematic storytelling, a story told primarily through the use of visual media Cinematic cutscene, a sequence in a video game that is not interactive Cinematic music, original music written specifically to accompany a film Cinematic techniques, a ...

Brian Edwards

Brian or Bryan Edwards may refer to: Bryan Edwards politician 1743–1800, English politician Bryan Edwards footballer 1930–2016, English football player and manager Brian Morgan Edwards 1934–2002, Welsh businessman Bryan Edwards Australian footbal ...

Hope High School

Hope High School can refer to: Hope High School California, a Los Angeles Unified School District school, United States Hope High School Salford or Oasis Academy MediaCityUK, an academy in Salford, Greater Manchester, England, UK Hope High School ...

1941–42 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers basketball team

The 1941–42 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers mens basketball team represented Western Kentucky State Normal School and Teachers College during the 1941-42 NCAA basketball season. The team was led by future Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame co ...

Redbus

Redbus or Red Bus refer to: Corporate Redbus Investments, formed by Cliff Stanford in the United Kingdom Redbus Internet Exchange, formerly operating between Interhouses data centres Redbus Interhouse, a data- centre colocation operator in Europe ...

Minna Fischer

Fischer was born in Tanunda, South Australia, the second daughter of George Friedrich Fischer and his second wife Emma Caroline Antoinette Fischer, nee Sobels married 5 April 1855. George emigrated to South Australia aboard the ship Louise, arriv ...

Marqua Station

Marqua Station is a pastoral lease that operates as a cattle station in the Northern Territory. It is situated about 200 kilometres 124 mi south of Alpurrurulam and 360 kilometres 224 mi north east of Alice Springs. The property shares a boundary ...

Nero Continental

The team is based in the Sydney suburb of Balmain. The sports director is Luke Manion. Veteran cyclist Chris Miller was listed as the owner in 2018. As of 2020, Nero raced on Devel bicycles with a Campagnolo groupset and Maxxis tyres. Sponsors ha ...

INN

INN may stand for: Independent News Network Institute for Nonprofit News, formerly known as Investigative News Network Israel National News, English name for Israeli media network Arutz Sheva Interfaith Nutrition Network International Nonpropriet ...

Sagarika Express

Sagarika Express is a meter-gauge passenger train service operated by East Zone of Bangladesh Railway. It runs between Chittagong Railway Station of Chittagong and Chandpur Railway Station of Chandpur, and connects Feni and Comilla district on it ...

Dhaka Reporters Unity

Dhaka Reporters Unity is a Dhaka-based professional body of reporters. Rafiqul Islam Azad is the President and Reaz Chowdhury is the General Secretary of Dhaka Reporters Unity.

Angre, Honnelles

Located in the forest of Bois dAngre along the Grande Honnelle river, the Caillou-qui-bique is a 25 m high quartz puddingstone, resembling the shape of a human face. It is 370 million years old. According to the old popular beliefs, most of these ...

TLU

The London Underground, the subway of London, England, UK Aero Toluca Internactional ICAO airline code: TLU, see List of airline codes A Golfo de Morrosquillo Airport IATA airport code: TLU; ICAO airport code: SKTL in Tolu, Sucre, Colombia

Mestre do Sabor (season 1)

The first season of Mestre do Sabor premiered on Thursday, October 10, 2019, at 10:30 p.m. / 9:30 p.m. on Rede Globo. The season generally received bad reviews from critics and its ratings were below average Rede Globos expectations. On December ...

Hybanthopsis

Hybanthopsis is a genus of flowering plants in the violet family Violaceae, with a single accepted species, found in north-east Brazil.

Ulan-Burgas

Ulan-Burgas, is a mountain range in Buryatia, Russia. The range is located close to Ulan-Ude, the capital of Buryatia.

Room Full of Spoons

Room Full of Spoons is a 2016 Canadian documentary film, directed by Rick Harper, about the 2003 cult film The Room. After a brief theatrical run in April 2016, the documentary was quickly pulled when independent theaters reported receiving legal ...

Jose Manuel Fernandez Santiago

Jose Manuel Fernandez Santiago is a Spanish politician and lawyer. He is a member of the Peoples Party. He was the president of the Cortes of Castile and Leon from 2003 to 2011. He is current deputy of the Cortes of Castile and Leon by Avila sinc ...

Wuhan Metro rolling stock

Wuhan Metro trains come in two sizes, Type-B cars and larger Type-A cars, both of which are commonly used by other rapid transit system in China. The size of Type-A car is larger than that of Type-B car. Type-A car has 5 pairs of doors per car, w ...

CBG

CBG AM, a CBC Radio One station in Gander, Newfoundland, Canada Comic Book Guy, a character on The Simpsons Comics Buyers Guide Chongqing Broadcasting Group

Fattydove

Fattydove is a brand of electronics products whose SSD product line, known as Fattydove Racing, gained notoriety in technology circles for its unusual branding.

Wanastowi Vjecy

Wanastowi Vjecy is a Czech rock band formed in 1988 in Prague. The group consists of Robert Kodym on vocals and guitar, Stepan Smetacek on drums, Tomas Vartecky on guitar, and Radek Havlicek on bass. They began as a punk band but settled into a m ...

Michael Schaffer

Michael Schaffer, Schaefer, Schafer, or Shafer may refer to: Mike Schafer, Canadian-American ice hockey coach Mike Schafer author born 1949, American author Michael Schaffer lutenist 1937–1978, German lutenist Michael Schaffer journalist, America ...

St. Pauls Episcopal Church

St. Pauls Episcopal Church or variants may refer to: St. Pauls Episcopal Church, South Bass Island, Ohio St. Pauls Episcopal Church Henderson, Kentucky St. Pauls Episcopal Church Evansville, Indiana St. Pauls Episcopal Orleans, New York St. Pauls ...

Revivals in the Air

Revivals in the Air is the twelfth live album by California-based worship collective Bethel Music, and their twentieth full-length release overall. The album will be released through the collectives imprint label, Bethel Music, on May 29, 2020. T ...

Solo Kota railway station

Solo Kota Station is a railway station located in Sangkrah, Pasar Kliwon, Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia. The station has three railway tracks.

Bibliotheque du Patrimoine de Clermont Auvergne Metropole

The Bibliotheque du Patrimoine de Clermont Auvergne Metropole is a public library in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Its collection is part of Clermont Auvergne Metropole Library System. This Heritage and Local History Library houses special collection ...

R18

R18, or R-18, may refer to: R18+ issued by Eirin Media content ratings including the following R18 issued by the Office of Film and Literature Classification New Zealand R18 British Board of Film Classification issued by the British Board of Film ...

Montgeron-Crosne (Paris RER)

Montgeron-Crosne is a railway station in Montgeron, Essonne, Ile-de-France, France. The station was opened in 1995 and is on the Paris–Marseille railway. The station is served by the RER Line D, which is operated by SNCF. The station serves the c ...

Brunoy (Paris RER)

Brunoy is a RER station in Brunoy, Essonne, Ile-de-France, France. The station was opened in 1852 and is on the Paris–Marseille railway. The RER Line D, which is operated by the SNCF, serves the station.

Villeneuve-Saint-Georges (Paris RER)

Villeneue-Saint-Georges is a station in Villeneuve-Saint-Georges, Val-de-Marne, Ile-de-France, France. The station was opened on 12 August 1849, and it is on the Paris-Marseille railway and the Villeneuve-Saint-Georges–Montargis railway. This sta ...

Official Record Store Chart

The Official Record Store Chart is a weekly music chart based on physical sales of albums in almost 100 independent record stores in the United Kingdom, such as Rough Trade, Rounder Records, Jumbo and Sound It Out. It is compiled by the Official ...

Motive-e-s

Motive-e-s secured 12.49% of the votes in the municipal elections of March 2001 in Toulouse after a media campaign focusing on participatory democracy. The group employed four municipal councilors: Isabelle Riviere, Michel Desmars, Salah Amokrane ...

Ferrari GT 2: Revolution

Ferrari GT 2: Revolution is a racing video game developed and published by Gameloft for mobile phones in 2010. It is the sequel to Ferrari GT: Evolution.

Hollywood Sun-Tattler

The Hollywood Sun-Tattler was a daily newspaper serving Hollywood and southern Broward County, Florida. The newspaper was established in 1935 as the Hollywood Sun. It was combined with the South Broward Tattler in 1942, whereupon it adopted the H ...

Columbarium (Cochem)

The Columbarium is a heritage-protected building in Cochem.The three-storey tower is a massive Greywacke quarry stone building. The building was constructed between 1889 and 1890 according to the plans of master bricklayer Johann Wiss from Klotte ...

Johannes Kreidler

Johannes Kreidler is a German composer, performer, conceptual and media artist. He is the principle theorist and exponent of the New Conceptualism movement in 21st-century music.

Werner Dorflinger

Dorflinger joined the CDU in 1961 and was chairman of the Waldshut district association of the Junge Union for ten years. Within the CDU he was deputy chairman from 1967 to 1991 and chairman of the Waldshut district association from 1991 to 1993. ...

IMB

IMB is a three-letter abbreviation that may refer to: Integrated Media Block in digital cinema IMB Banking & Financial Services, Australian banking institution The International Maritime Bureau of the International Chamber of Commerce Independent ...

Black No. 1 (Little Miss Scare-All)

"Black No. 1 is a single by American gothic metal band Type O Negative from their 1993 album Bloody Kisses. The song was written by lead singer Peter Steele while driving a garbage truck. During an interview with Revolver, he stated "I was waitin ...

Darren Mulhearne

Darren Mulhearne is a Gaelic football goalkeeper who plays for Kilrossanty. He is noted for making his championship debut for Waterford against Clare in the 2019 Munster Senior Football Championship quarter-final at the age of 46, believed to be ...

Saarschleife

The Saarschleife, also known as the Great Bend in the Saar at Mettlach, is a water gap carved by the Saar River through a quartzite layer and today one of the most well-known tourist attractions of the Saarland.

KRRW (FM)

KRRW is a radio station broadcasting a classic country format. Licensed to serve Winthrop, Minnesota, the station serves the New Ulm area, as well as the Mankato metropolitan area with a fringe signal. KRRW is owned by Linder Radio Group.

GTW Generation 15

Each set consists of three sections. The trains have a length of 24 m 78 ft 9 in, are 2.2 m 7 ft 3 in wide, and are powered by four asynchronous motors. The car bodies are made of welded aluminium.

Twilight switch

A twilight switch is an electronic component that allows the automatic activation of a lighting circuit when natural light drops in a given environment. Among a large number of uses, the most common is to enable automatic lighting of streets, roa ...

Wachendorf (Syke)

In the eastern part of the municipality bordering on Thedinghausen, flows the Sustedter Bach, which rises in Sustedt and empties east of Weyhe-Kirchweyhe into the lake of the Kirchweyher. For part of its length is forms the boundary with Thedingh ...

Uhu

Uhu may refer to: Focke-Wulf Fw 189, a German tactical reconnaissance aircraft used in World War II UHU magazine, a 1924–1934 German monthly Uhu playing card, a trump card within a Tarock deck Uhu, the symbol for the chemical element Unhexunium A ...

Give and take

Give and take may refer to: Give and Take film, a 1928 silent film Give and Take The Dynamic Superiors album, 1977 Give and Take Mike Stern album, 1997 Give and Take, a 1978 album by UK psychedelic/space rock band Here & Now Give and Take John Li ...

Tiffin (book)

Tiffin: 500 Authentic Recipes Celebrating Indias Regional Cuisine is the cookbook written by Sonal Ved and published by Roli Books in 2018. Book consists recipes of Indian cuisine and is divided regionally in many parts.