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Bob Morgan

Bob Morgan or Bobby Morgan may refer to: Bobby Morgan baseball born 1926 Bob Morgan Illinois politician, member of the Illinois House of Representatives Bob Morgan priest and politician 1928–2011, Welsh Labour council leader Bobby Morgan Canadian ...

Leigh Gerdine

Leigh Gerdine was the former president of Webster University from 1970 to 1990. Gerdine was born on June 22, 1917 in Sheyenne, North Dakota. He received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Dakota in 1938. Gerdine was a Rhodes Scholar ...

Chambord

Chambord can refer to: Simca Chambord Brazilian model, a Brazilian-made car, from a subsidiary of the French company Simca Chambord, a line of French press coffee makers made by Bodum Chambord, Quebec, in Canada Simca Vedette Chambord, a French c ...

Seven Keys to Baldpate

Seven Keys to Baldpate may refer to: Seven Keys to Baldpate 1947 film, a 1947 film based on the play Seven Keys to Baldpate play, a 1913 play by George M. Cohan based on the novel Seven Keys to Baldpate 1916 film, a 1916 Australian silent film Se ...

Jerry Harris (television personality)

Jeremiah Harris is an American television personality and cheerleader. He received national recognition after appearing in the Netflix docuseries Cheer. He became famous for his positive attitude and eccentric personality.

Dolly Parton challenge

The Dolly Parton challenge is a series of four-panel image macro series in which people parody how they present themselves on the social media platforms LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Tinder. It was started by American singer Dolly Parton on 2 ...

Charlotte Awbery

In 2005, Awbery began professionally singing in weddings, pubs, and restaurants. Awbery unsuccessfully auditioned for The X Factor and Britains Got Talent. She is a cover artist and has performed music by Prince, Celine Dion, and Sia. In 2017, sh ...

Morgan Simianer

Morgan Simianer is an American cheerleader and television personality. She received international recognition after appearing in the Netflix docuseries Cheer. She became a fan favorite due to her sweet personality and her troubled past.

Lexi Brumback

Lexis" Lexi” Marie Brumback is an American cheerleader and television personality. She received national recognition after appearing in the Netflix docuseries Cheer. She is known for being a tumbler with elite tumbling skills.

Polar Bear (furniture)

The Polar Bear Ours Polaire) is a sofa and armchair set designed by the French designer Jean Royere in the late 1940s. The design was made between 1947 and 1967. The name given to the piece is due to the comparison with a polar bears fur due to i ...

Harry Hill (disambiguation)

Harry Hill is an English comedian, author and television presenter Harry Hill is also the name of: Harry Hill sportsman 1827–1896, English-born American businessman, sportsman and saloonkeeper Harry W. Hill 1890–1971, American admiral USS Harry W ...

Tequila (Jax Jones, Martin Solveig and Raye song)

Tequila is a song by British DJ Jax Jones, French DJ Martin Solveig and British singer Raye, released as a single on 21 February 2020. It will be included in Jones and Solveigs upcoming Europa project. While this marks the first time Solveig and ...

Alex and Lindsay Small-Butera

Alex Small-Butera and Lindsay Caroline Small-Butera, sometimes collectively referred to as SMALLBU, are an American husband and wife animating duo. They are best known for creating the long running web series Baman Piderman. They have also famous ...

Find Me

Find Me, a 2015 novel by Laura van den Berg Find Me novel, a 2019 novel by Andre Aciman Find Me, a 2002 memoir by Rosie ODonnell Find Me, a 2017 novel by Jon Stock

Greatland

Greatland is an upcoming fantasy sci-fi film written by Dana Ziyiasheva and produced by Igor Darbo of Popcorn & Friends. It is set to release in 2020.

Rat Pack (disambiguation)

The Rat Pack was a group of entertainers in the 1950s and 1960s comprising primarily Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, and Joey Bishop; as well as others Rat Pack may also refer to:

Christmas Party

Christmas Party The Monkees Album, a 2018 album by The Monkees The Christmas Party play, a play by Ludvig Holberg "Christmas Party" short story, a 1957 Nero Wolfe novella by Rex Stout also the title of an episode of the A&E TV series A Nero W ...

Turn of the Screw (disambiguation)

The Turn of the Screw a chapter title of Bleak House a novel by Charles Dickens. The Turn of the Screw is a novella by Henry James. The Turn of the Screw s may also refer to:

Stronger

"Stronger" Clean Bandit song, 2015 "Stronger", by Inez "Stronger" Kristine W song, 2000 "Stronger", by Lamb from Between Darkness and Wonder "Stronger", by Taxiride from Garage Mahal "Stronger" Sugababes song, 2002 "Stronger", by Arty from Glorio ...

Evensong (novel)

Evensong is a 1932 novel by the British writer Beverley Nichols. It was inspired by the life of the opera singer Nellie Melba, whom Nichols had known during her later years. The same year Nichols collaborated with Edward Knoblock on a play versio ...

Where the Wild Things Are (disambiguation)

Where the Wild Things Are video game, a video game adapted from the film Where the Wild Things Are opera, an opera by Oliver Knussen, adapted from the book Where the Wild Things Are film, a 2009 film adaptation of the book, directed by Spike Jonze

Reboot Camp

Reboot Camp is an upcoming American comedy film. The film directed and written by a relative unknown Ivo Raza features big names including David Koechner, Eric Roberts and Ed Begley Jr.

Metamorphosis (disambiguation)

Metamorphosis is a biological process by which an animal physically develops after birth. Metamorphosis may also refer to: Metamorphosis illusion, a stage illusion invented by John Nevil Maskelyne Shapeshifting, a common theme in mythology, folkl ...

Watashi no Natsu

"Watashi no Natsu" is the 18th single by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Written by Moritaka and Hideo Saitō, the single was released by Warner Music Japan on April 10, 1993. The song was used by All Nippon Airways for their "ANA Oki ...

Watermark (disambiguation)

Digital watermarking, a technique to embed data in digital audio, images or video Audio watermark, techniques for embedding hidden information into audio signals Watermark data file, a method for ensuring data integrity which combines aspects of ...

Second Fiddle

A second fiddle is a fiddle that suplements the first fiddle in the string section of an orchestra. It may also refer to a subordinate or assistant role. Second Fiddle may refer to: "Second Fiddle", an episode of British television series Lovejoy ...

Satsuki Nakayama

Satsuki Nakayama is a Japanese model and actress. They started their modeling career as an exclusive model for the magazine Pichi Lemon and later became one of the standout models of Japans genderless trend. As an actor, they have appeared in Chū ...

Tooth Fairy (disambiguation)

Tooth Fairy, a character from The Fairly OddParents The Tooth Fairy, alias of Francis Dolarhyde, a fictional serial killer in Thomas Harris novel Red Dragon Tooth Fairy, a character from Rise of the Guardians

Dharma (2004 film)

Dharma is an Indian Kannada film written and directed by K. V. Chandrakanth, produced by M. G. Ramamurthy under Vasushree Productions, starring Darshan and Sindhu Menon in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Hamsalekha. The film was rel ...

Razzmatazz

Razzmatazz U.S. TV series, a 1970s/1980s young-teenagers show hosted by Brian Tochi Razzmatazz Indian TV series, an Indian dance reality show Razzmatazz British TV series, a UK-based mid-1980s childrens show

Get Your Wish

Get Your Wish is a song recorded by American electronic music producer Porter Robinson. It was released on January 29, 2020 as the first single from his second studio album Nurture. Robinson wrote, produced, and provided vocals for the track. The ...

RLS

Richard Lander School, Secondary school Located in South West England Stevenson School, formerly known as Robert Louis Stevenson School, California Royal Latin School, a grammar school in Buckingham, England Rutgers Law School, New Jersey

Outlawed Vol. 1

} Outlawed is a comic book relaunch published by Marvel Comics on 18, March 2020. This new storyline is set after the events of the one-shot issue Incoming!.

Greetings from Isolation

Greetings from Isolation is a Canadian film project, launched in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada. Created by film programmer Stacey Donen as an "online film festival", the project features short films by Canadian film directors, creat ...

After Midnight

After Midnight 1989 film, an American horror anthology film After Midnight 2004 film, an Italian romantic comedy film Italian: Dopo mezzanotte After Midnight 1921 film, a 1921 American film directed by Ralph Ince After Midnight 1927 film, an MGM ...

Midnight in the Switchgrass

Midnight in the Switchgrass is an upcoming crime thriller directed by Randall Emmett, from a screenplay by Alan Horsnail. It stars Emile Hirsch, Megan Fox, Bruce Willis, Lukas Haas, Sistine Stallone, Colson Baker and Michael Beach.

Crimp

Crimp or crimping may refer to: Crimp, Cornwall, a hamlet in England, United Kingdom Crimp climbing, a small hold with little surface area A style of song in the British comedy series The Mighty Boosh TV series Douglas Crimp 1944–2019, American w ...

Adeeb Ahmed

Adeeb Ahamed is a UAE based billionaire businessman of Indian origin from the state of Kerala. He is the Managing Director of LuLu Financial Group, Tablez, and Twenty14 Holdings.Adeeb is a member of the World Economic Forums South Asian Regional ...

1997 NCAA Division I softball season

The 1997 NCAA Division I softball season, play of college softball in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division I level, began in February 1997. The season progressed through the regular season, m ...

E! (disambiguation)

E! is an American television network. E! may also refer to: SBS funE, a South Korean cable/satellite television channel previously known as SBS E! E! Canadian TV channel, a Canadian cable/satellite television channel owned by Bell Media E! Canadi ...

BAFTA Award for Best Casting

In August 2019 the British Academy Film Awards announced that it introduced a new category, award for best casting. This is a list of winners and nominees for the BAFTA Award for Best Casting, which is presented to casting directors, given out by ...

Lee Phillips

Lee Phillips footballer, born 1980, English-born football forward whose clubs included Plymouth, Exeter, Torquay and Cambridge United Lee Phillips footballer, born 1979, Welsh-born football defender who played for Cardiff City and a number of Lea ...

Asianet

Asianet TV channel, a Malayalam language general entertainment channel Asianet Communications, an Indian media company wholly owned by STAR India Asianet Movies, a Malayalam language movies channel Asianet Plus, a Malayalam language general enter ...

Takehiro Kishimoto

Takehiro Kishimoto is a Japanese chef and mukimono food carver. He also practices the Thai methods of fruit and vegetable carving. He works and lives in Kobe, Japan. He has over 280.000 followers on his Instagram channel. Kishimotos works have be ...

Math (disambiguation)

"Maths" song, a 2012 single by Canadian producer deadmau5 "The Math", a song on Hilary Duffs 2003 album Metamorphosis

Information (disambiguation)

Information or info is the resolution of uncertainty, or a collection of related data or knowledge about a topic. Information may also refer to: Physical information either of, or contained in a physical system. Directory assistance, a phone serv ...

Main road 32 (Hungary)

The Main road 32 is a northwest-southeast direction Secondary class main road in Hungary, that connecting Hatvan with Szolnok. The road is 80 km long. The road, as well as all other main roads in Hungary, is managed and maintained by Magyar Kozut ...

Di Da Di (And So the Story Goes)

Di Da Di is a 1997 song by Danish singer-songwriter Maria Montell. The song was released on her second album, And So The Story Goes. It was originally released in Danish in 1996, as "Imens hun sang ". Then it was re-released worldwide with the ne ...

Nu nar du gått

Nu nar du gått is a song by Swedish singers Lena Philipsson and Orup from their collaborative album Dubbel. The song was released as the albums lead single on 22 September 2008 by Roxy and Sony BMG. It peaked at number one on the Sverigetopplista ...

Data format

Data format in information technology may refer to: Container format digital, a format for encoding data for storage by means of a standardized audio/video codecs file format Signal electrical engineering, a format for signal data used in signal ...