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Carmilla (disambiguation)

Carmilla Frost, minor Marvel Comics character Scorpion Carmilla Black, Marvel Comics character "Carmilla", 1991 Aircel Comics miniseries by Steven Jones and John Ross

Flatland (disambiguation)

Flatlands, New Brunswick, a community in New Brunswick, Canada Flatlands, Brooklyn, a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York Flatlands, land which is flat, having little in the way of elevation change, see wikt:flatland and wikt:flatlands

Cookie Monster (disambiguation)

Carla Esparza, born 1987 an American female mix martial artist nicknamed "Cookie Monster" Danny Briere, born 1977 a French-Canadian hockey player nicknamed "Cookie Monster" by announcer Rick Jeanneret "Cookie Monsta", a UK dubstep producer

Soldiers heart

Soldiers heart may refer to: Media Soldiers Heart play, a Canadian play by David French Soldiers Heart Paulsen novel, a 1998 historical novella by Gary Paulsen "Soldiers Heart" song, a 2003 song by R. Kelly "Soldiers Heart", an episode of the New ...

Confusion (disambiguation)

Confusion is the state of being bewildered or unclear in one’s mind about something. Confusion or Confused may also refer to: Confusion and diffusion, a technical concept in cryptography

Creepshow (disambiguation)

Creepshow TV series, a horror anthology web television series Creepshow 3, a 2006 American horror film, and a sequel to the horror anthology classics Creepshow and Creepshow 2 Creepshow 2, a 1987 American comedy horror anthology film

Windigo (disambiguation)

Windigo Lake, located in Sawyer County, Wisconsin Lake Windigo, a small lake on Star Island in Minnesota Windigo Ranger Station, a docking and refueling port on Isle Royale in Lake Superior

Hope Springs Eternal

Prairie River: Hope Springs Eternal, 2005 book by Kristiana Gregory Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption: Hope Springs Eternal, a novella by Stephen King Hope Springs Eternal, a novel by Edward O. Phillips

Nightwing (disambiguation)

Nightwing is a name that has been used by several fictional characters in the DC Comics Universe. Nightwing may also refer to: Nightwing film, 1979 American horror film "Nightwing", a song on Black Sabbaths fourteenth album, Headless Cross Nightw ...

Diamond Lil (disambiguation)

Diamond Lil, or "Diamond Tooth Lil", was an early 20th century American popular icon of wealth and libertine burlesque. It may also refer to: Diamond Lil, an aircraft named the same of a Consolidated B-24 Liberator bomber of World War II "Diamond ...

Piro

Piro people, commonly called Yine, an indigenous people in Peru Saint Pyr, or Piro, the 6th century founder of the monastery at Caldey Island, near Manorbier, Wales Piro Pueblo, a former Native American settlement and the people who lived there a ...

Wasabi (disambiguation)

"Wasabi" song, by Lee Harding "Sci-Fi Wasabi", a song by Cibo Matto

Joseph Banks (disambiguation)

Sir Joseph Banks was a British naturalist and botanist. Joseph or Joe Banks may also refer to: Joseph Banks MP died 1727 1665–1727, Member of Parliament MP for Grimsby, 1715 and Totnes, 1722 Joseph Banks MP for Peterborough 1695–1741, MP for Pete ...

No Rest for the Wicked

"No Rest for the Wicked", a 2011 song by a Hawk and a Hacksaw from Cervantine "No Rest for the Wicked", a 1982 song by Nomeansno from Mama "No Rest for the Wicked", a 2010 song by hed p.e. from Truth Rising "No Rest for the Wicked" Lykke Li song ...

Erika

Erika may refer to: Erika Pokemon Erika law, maritime laws, legislative packages of the European Union "Erika" song, a German marching song ERIKA Enterprise, an open source OSEK/VDX embedded operating system MV Erika, an oil tanker which sank off ...

Gwynedd (disambiguation)

Gwynedd is a principal area of Wales. Gwynedd may also refer to: Lower Gwynedd Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Kingdom of Gwynedd, the ancient Kingdom and nucleus of Upper Gwynedd Perfeddwlad, also known as Lower Gwynedd, or "middle cou ...

David Robbins

David Robbins may refer to: Dave Robbins keyboardist, American keyboardist with country music band Blackhawk Dave Robbins trombonist 1923–2005, American-Canadian trombonist, composer, and teacher David Robbins artist born 1957, American artist an ...

Replicant (disambiguation)

Replicant is a type of bioengineered android from the 1982 science fiction film Blade Runner. Replicant may refer to: Alexandre Azaria also known by the alias Replicant, a French composer, guitarist and film soundtrack writer. Nier video game, wh ...

James Hogan

James Hogan may refer to: James Hogan Saskatchewan politician 1872–1935, politician in Saskatchewan, Canada James J. Hogan 1837–1914, American politician James Hogan guitarist born 1974, American guitarist James P. Hogan writer 1941–2010, British ...

Ted Johnson (disambiguation)

Ted Johnson is a former American football player. Ted Johnson may also refer to: Ted Johnson politician 1909–2002, Australian politician Teddy Johnson 1919–2018, English entertainer, one half of the husband-and-wife duo Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson ...

Daniel Brown

Daniel, Dan, or Danny Brown may refer to: Danny Joe Brown 1951–2005, American musician Dan Brown blogger born 1990, American internet blogger and YouTube celebrity Dan W. Brown born 1950, Republican member of the Missouri Senate Daniel McGillivra ...

Married Life

Married Life may refer to: "Married Life", an instrumental from the film score of the 2009 movie Up, composed by Michael Giacchino Married Life 1920 film, a 1920 American comedy film directed by Erle C. Kenton Married Life 1921 film, a 1921 Briti ...

Vange (disambiguation)

Vange Milliet 1967–, Brazilian singer-songwriter and photographer Vange Leonel 1963–2014, Brazilian singer-songwriter, novelist, playwright, feminist and LGBT activist

Doctor Mirage (Shan Fong Mirage)

Doctor Mirage is a fictional superheroine appearing in books published by the American publisher Valiant Comics. The character was created by Justin Jordan and Patrick Zircher

Transformers/My Little Pony: Friendship in Disguise!

Transformers/My Little Pony: Friendship in Disguise! is an upcoming limited comic book series by IDW Publishing, being a crossover event between Hasbro brands Transformers and My Little Pony. The series was originally scheduled to be released in ...

Glysobuzole

Glysobuzole is an oral antidiabetic drug, it is taken once daily by oral administration and it is water soluble to become pharmaceutically active within the gastrointestinal tract. It is a sulfonamide derivative that is similar to sulfonylureas. ...

OhShape

OhShape is a VR game developed by Odders Lab. This game fuses dance choreography with posing through carved out walls. The developers took inspiration from the TV show Hole in the Wall and mixed it with music. It could be classified as a VR rhyth ...

Routine of Nepal Banda

Routine of Nepal banda, also known as RONB in Nepali social media which is registered as Routine of Nepal Private Limited., is an online media which posts updates on current affairs. Routine of Nepal banda having more than 1.7 million likes on Fa ...

Convex series

In mathematics, particularly in functional analysis and convex analysis, a convex series is a series of the form ∑ i = 1 ∞ r i x i {\displaystyle \sum _{i=1}^{\infty }r_{i}x_{i}} where x 1, x 2, … {\displaystyle x_{1},x_{2},\ldots } are all eleme ...

Jayashree Chakravarty

Chakravarty was born in Khoai, Tripura where she grew up amidst hills and forests. She later moved to Kolkata in 1982 to live in the Salt Lake area. She studied at Visva Bharati University in Santiniketan and started to study the paintings of Tag ...

Suzie Wong

Suzie Wong can refer to: The World of Suzie Wong, a 1957 novel by Richard Mason Suzie Wong franchise, a media franchise originating from the novel The World of Suzie Wong film, the 1960 film adaptation of the novel Suzie Wong Digimon, also known ...

Unchained (David Allan Coe album)

Unchained was Coe’s second album of 1985 and contains the minor hit" I’m Gonna Hurt Her on the Radio,” which got to #52 on the country singles chart. Charley Pride did better with the more positively framed" I’m Gonna Love Her on the Radio," whic ...

ACDC

ACDC may refer to: ACDC JoJos Bizarre Adventure, also Esidisi, a character from the Japanese manga and anime JoJos Bizarre Adventure in the story arc Battle Tendency Asian Community Development Corporation, a community development organization he ...

Norimono Man Mobile Land no Car-kun

Norimono Man Mobile Land no Car-kun is a multimedia kids project by Aniplex and Sony Music Entertainment Japan. A manga adaptation began serialization on Shogakukans Mebae magazine on April 1, 2020. An original anime television series produced by ...

Wake Up Screaming

Wake Up Screaming: A Vans Warped Tour Documentary 2006 featuring band Strike Anywhere I Wake Up Screaming 1941 film noir, with Betty Grable, Victor Mature and Carole Landis

Columba association

In astronomy, the Columba association is a nearby 42 +6 −4 Myr old stellar association. A stellar association represents a group of stars with similar distance, movement and age. Stars in young associations are a popular target for professional a ...

Own It (disambiguation)

"OwNiT" DJ Premier and Bumpy Knuckles song, a 2012 song off the album Kolexxxion "Own It", a 2013 song by Drake, off the album Nothing Was the Same Own It album, a 2018 album by Francesca Battistelli "Own It", a 2018 song by Ella Mai, off the sel ...

Marriage coin charm

Marriage coin charms are a category of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese numismatic charms that depict marriage, harmonious, and/or sexual imagery. These coin charms often imitate the design of Chinese cash coins, but can exist in many di ...

Womens School of Planning and Architecture

The Womens School of Planning and Architecture was an educational program for women interested in architecture, planning, and environmental design that presented sessions and symposia between 1976 and 1981. The School was founded by Katrin Adam, ...

Lespar Library of Womens Liberation

The Lespar Library of Womens Liberation is a Western Australian feminist library. The library was opened in 1979 in a building owned by Karin Hoffmann at Darlington, Western Australia. There are some 3000 titles in its collection. It is housed wi ...

Flora Zygman

Zygman taught and played piano in Chicago from 1917, and was a soloist with the Temple Judea Symphony Orchestra in Chicago in 1918. In 1919 she was a soloist with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. She made her New York debut in 1919, in an after ...

Penny Bovell

Penny Bovell is a Western Australian artist. In 1999, Bovell received a masters degree in Fine Art from the University of Western Australia, Perth, following her completion in 1993 of a postgraduate diploma in Visual Arts from Curtin University. ...

Rebel Girls

Rebel Girls is a digital media company and childrens book publisher founded by Elena Favilli, co-author of the Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls series. The company produces content that focuses on the biographies of women from all over the worl ...

Madeleine Zabriskie Doty

Madeleine Zabriskie Doty was an American journalist, pacifist, civil libertarian, and advocate for the rights of prisoners, as well as the International Secretary for the Womens International League for Peace and Freedom.

Beatrice Afflerbach

Beatrice Afflerbach-Hefti studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule Basel today Schule fur Gestaltung Basel and was the first woman to graduate with a diploma in graphic design in 1941. After her studies she founded an office together with Sita Jucker an ...

Sirin Tekeli

Sirin Tekeli was a feminist, academician, translator, writer, activist and one of the pioneers of second wave feminism in Turkey.

Complementarity

Complementarity theory, a type of mathematical optimization problem Complementarity molecular biology, a property of nucleic acid molecules in molecular biology Quark–lepton complementarity, a possible fundamental symmetry between quarks and lept ...

Stay the Night

"Stay the Night" Chicago song "Stay the Night", a song by 98 Degrees from Revelation "Stay the Night" Zedd song, featuring Hayley Williams "Stay the Night", a song by Green Day from ¡Uno! "Stay the Night" Benjamin Orr song "Stay the Night" Millio ...

Chanell Stone

Stone received a BFA in photography from California College of the Arts in 2019. She received an associate degree in English from Los Angeles Trade-Technical College in 2017.

Karen Jenkins-Johnson

Karen Jenkins-Johnson is an American art dealer; owner and director of Jenkins Johnson Gallery, a contemporary art gallery with locations in San Francisco and Brooklyn.