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Beau Black

Beau Black is an American composer, producer, musician, singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist from New York City, New York. He served as the primary songwriter for Disneys television show The Lion Guard, and received a Daytime Emmy Creative Art ...

Half-Life VR but the AI is Self-Aware

Half-Life VR but the AI is Self-Aware is an improv role-playing series staged within a virtual reality Garrys Mod recreation of the video game Half-Life. The series was live streamed to Twitch, with highlights uploaded to YouTube, and follows Gor ...

Column (disambiguation)

"Columns" How I Met Your Mother, a 2007 episode of How I Met Your Mother Columns video game, a puzzle video game Column periodical, a recurring piece or article in a newspaper or magazine

Davenport–Schinzel Sequences and Their Geometric Applications

Davenport–Schinzel Sequences and Their Geometric Applications is a book in discrete geometry. It was written by Micha Sharir and Pankaj K. Agarwal, and published by Cambridge University Press in 1995, with a paperback reprint in 2010.

Integrable algorithm

The theory of integrable systems has advanced with the connection between numerical analysis. For example, the discovery of solitons came from the numerical experiments to the KdV equation by Norman Zabusky and Martin David Kruskal. Today, variou ...

Gregory Martin

Gregory or Greg Martin may refer to: Gregory J. Martin, American medical doctor and U.S. Navy captain Greg Martin rugby player born 1963, Australian rugby union player Greg Martin entrepreneur, entrepreneur and cyber security expert Sir Greg Mart ...

Het Steen (Bruges)

Het Steen was a medieval building on the Burg square in the Belgian town of Bruges. Between the late 11th and late 13th centuries it served as the residence of the Counts of Flanders.

Theodore of Antioch

Theodore of Antioch may refer to: Theodore II of Antioch 970–976, Greek Orthodox patriarch Theodore I of Antioch 750–773, Greek Orthodox patriarch Theodore of Mopsuestia c. 350 – c. 428 Theodore of Antioch philosopher, Syrian philosopher, doctor ...

2020 Pohang Steelers season

The 2020 season was Pohang Steelers thirty-eighth season in the K League 1 in South Korea. Pohang Steelers is competing K League 1, Korean FA Cup and AFC Champions League. Pohang Steelers was play their first match on May 10th before the league w ...

John Bromley

John Bromley may refer to: John Selwyn Bromley 1913–1985, British naval historian John Bromley translator died 1717, English clergyman, Catholic convert, and translator John Bromley umpire born 1968, New Zealand cricket umpire Sir John Bromley so ...

Stockholms Allmanna Skyddsforening

Stockholms Allmanna Skyddsforening was a Swedish charity organization in Stockholm, founded in 1866. Following the foundation of the Womens Charitable Society in 1819, numerous charitable societies were founded all over Sweden. These were commonl ...

Ernst Morwitz

Ernst Morwitz was a German-American poet, literary historian, and judge. Born in Danzig in 1887, after studying law at Freiburg, Heidelberg, and Berlin, Morwitz served as a judge in Furstenwalde from 1910 to 1930, then in Berlin from 1930 until h ...

Liberation of Taiwan

Liberation of Taiwan is a term used in the Peoples Republic of China to garner public opinion for cross-Strait unification, proposing the use of military force to achieve it. The most radical idea, popularised on social media after 2016, calls fo ...

Troutbeck

Troutbeck Bridge, a village near Troutbeck, South Lakeland Troutbeck, South Lakeland, a village near Windermere, Cumbria, England Troutbeck, Eden, a hamlet near Penrith, Cumbria, England Troutbeck, Manicaland, a village in Manicaland, Zimbabwe

Aristippus (disambiguation)

Aristippus may refer to: Aristippus lived c. 400 BC, founder of the Cyrenaic school of philosophy Henry Aristippus died 1162, medieval Sicilian translator, scholar, and courtier Aristippus the Younger lived c. 325 BC, grandson of Aristippus, and ...

Kinkelenburg Castle

Probably in the 13th century a walled island was built on a low part of Bemmel, surrounded by a canal. A keep was built on this island. The house was first mentioned in 1403 when Johan van Ambe inhabited the house. The attached gate tower may dat ...

Media in Glasgow, Kentucky

Glasgow, Kentucky is technically considered to be part of the Bowling Green, Kentucky DMA, which is ranked as the 182nd largest media market in the United States.

MKA

MKA may refer to Malaysian Kennel Association or Persatuan Kenel Anjing Malaysia Mortal Kombat: Annihilation Mortal Kombat: Armageddon Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Magnusson Klemencic Associates Makani Kai Air, a small Hawaiian airline Milwaukee Ai ...

Capital of Culture

Capital of Culture or City of Culture may refer to: The Pool play, subtitled City of Culture?, 2004 play UK City of Culture, title awarded quadrennially, for the first time in 2013 European Capital of Culture, formerly European City of Culture, t ...

No Excuses

No Excuses, a competing team from the 2010 reality television series, Money Hungry "No Excuses", an approach used by an American principal, Gregory Hodge No Excuses, a 1983 television series, whose some episodes were written by Barrie Keeffe MFC ...

Variations on a Theme

Variations on a Theme may refer to: Variations on a Theme Publishing Variation on a Theme play, a 1958 work by the British writer Terence Rattigan Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel Variations on a Theme by William Carlos Williams, a poem ...

VSI

VSI may stand for: Very Short Introductions, a series of books published by Oxford University Press VSI Translation & Subtitling BV, Dutch subsidiary VMS Software Inc. A vendor/supporter of OpenVMS related software. VSI Berlin GmbH, German subsid ...

Fever Pitch (disambiguation)

Fever Pitch 2005 film, an American adaptation of the 1997 film, starring Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore Fever Pitch 1997 film, a British adaptation of Hornbys book, starring Colin Firth Fever Pitch 1985 film, an American drama starring Ryan ONeal

DragonLords

DragonLords, subtitled "Yet Another Fantasy & Sci-Fi Roleplaying Magazine", began publication in the early 1980s. Satirical, irreverent and self-deprecating in nature, it focussed mainly on role-playing games, but also featured reviews, articles ...

Randi Elisabeth Nilsen

Randi Elisabeth Nilsen married name Braathen is a former Norwegian long track speed skater, who was active in the from 1958 to 1963. Nilsen represented her nation three times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1960, f ...

Tor Bertel Lovgren

Tor Bertel Lovgren from Larvik, living in Skien, is a retired biochemist, and devotes his time to writing and delving into early medieval European and Nordic history. He is a lifelong partner to Norwegian author and humanitarian worker Kari-Margr ...

Ascent Flight Training

Ascent Flight Training is a flight training company set up as a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and Babcock International to deliver flying training to pilots and aircrew from the three services of the UK Armed Forces as part of a Private F ...

Giovanni Lo Storto

After graduating in Economics at Luiss Guido Carli University 1994 with a thesis on insurance, from 1995 to 1997 he served as an Administrative Official in the Italian Army. After this experience, he came back to Luiss University working at first ...

Joakim Gronhagen

Gronhagen became the first Swede to win the Challenge Tour Rankings in 1993, ahead of Henrik Stenson 2000 and Johan Edfors 2003. He played 121 tournaments on the Challenge Tour 1992–2001, amassing four wins and four runner-up finishes. In 1992, h ...

John Holland (American football)

John Holland is a former gridiron football wide receiver who played in the National Football League and the Canadian Football League.

Henry Parkinson (railway engineer)

Henry Waterworth Parkinson was a railway engineer in Australia and New Zealand. Parkinson was a civil engineer who worked in New Zealand and New South Wales before coming to Queensland and joining the Queensland Railways Department. He supervised ...

Kelvin (disambiguation)

Robert Smith, Baron Smith of Kelvin, former Governor of the BBC Kelvin given name, a list of people with the name William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin, physicist, engineer, and namesake of the term Kelvin Kelvin surname

Robert Paddock

Robert Paddock is a South African entrepreneur and founder of GetSmarter. In 2017, he sold his stake in GetSmarter, which was acquired by 2U for 3 million. At the time it was one of the largest exits in the history of South African startups. Foll ...

Platform capitalism

The expression Platform Capitalism refers to the activities of companies such as Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Uber, Airbnb and others to operate as platforms. In this business model both hardware and software are used as a foundation for o ...

Golondaaj

Golondaaj is an upcoming 2020 Indian Bengali-language sports drama film directed by Dhrubo Banerjee. Produced by Shrikant Mohta and Mahendra Soni. The film stars Dev, Anirban Bhattacharya, Ishaa M Saha, Indrasish Roy, Srikanta Acharya and John Bh ...

Vinay Kumar Sinha

Vinay Kumar Sinha was an Indian producer. He was the vice president of Indian Motion Picture Producers Association.

Alter Ego (Prince Royce album)

Alter Ego is the sixth studio album by American singer and songwriter Prince Royce. It was released on February 7, 2020 by Sony Music Latin, preceded by the release of seven singles which include "El Clavo", "Adicto", "Curame", "Morir Solo", "Tra ...

Portrait of a Young Woman

Portrait of a Young Woman may refer to: Portrait of a Young Woman Pollaiolo, a 1470-1472 mixed-technique painting Portrait of a Young Woman Rosso Fiorentino, a c.1510 oil on canvas painting Portrait of a Young Woman Botticelli, Frankfurt Portrait ...

La ville morte

La ville morte is an opera by Nadia Boulanger and Raoul Pugno to the text of Gabriele DAnnunzios play La città morta. It has been called Boulangers "most significant achievement as a creative artist".

Robin Scott

Robin Scott may refer to: Robin Scott BBC controller 1920–2000, BBC radio and television controller Robin Scott singer, British musician best known for his releases as M Robin Wilson author born 1928, American science fiction author who writes un ...

Scott House

by state, then city Scott Farm Historic District, Dummerston, Vermont, listed on the NRHP in Vermont Scott and Wilson Houses District, Lexington, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Kentucky Andrew Scott House, Culleoka, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP ...

Lausus (son of Numitor)

Lausus is a minor character from the Roman mythology and the legend of the founding of Rome. He is the son of Albes king Numitor and he was to succeed him, but he was killed by his uncle Amulius who wanted to seize the throne. His history is writ ...

JetsonMade

Tahj Morgan, professionally known as JetsonMade, is an American record producer and songwriter. He has been noted as a pioneer of the growing rap scene in North Carolina and South Carolina. He has produced many hit songs, with the most notable be ...

Sorgenfri (disambiguation)

Sorgenfri may refer to Sorgenfri, a suburb of Copenhagen, Denmark Sorgenfri station, a railway station there Sorgenfri, settlement on Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Sorgenfri Tromso, a district in Tromso, Norway Sorgenfri novel, a crime novel ...

Michael Moriarty (disambiguation)

Michael Moriarty is an American-Canadian actor. Michael Moriarty is also the name of: Micheal O Muircheartaigh born 1930, Irish broadcaster, born Michael Moriarty Michael Moriarty historian, British historian Michael Moriarty Education and Traini ...

Dai language

Tai Dam language, Dǎinǎyǔ, 傣哪语; Dǎidānyǔ, 傣担语, spoken by the Tai Dam people in Southeast Asia Dai Zhuang language, Dàizhuàngyǔ, 岱壮语, spoken primarily in Wenshan Prefecture, Yunnan, China Tai Lu language, Dǎileyǔ, 傣仂语, spoken by the Lu ...

Diane Cailhier

Cailhier was born in 1947 in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. Her father, Antonin Cailhier, was a professor at the Seminaire de Valleyfield. Her mother, Marguerite Cailhier, was the first female graduate in literary science at Pensionnat de Valleyfield. ...

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

Holy Spirit Preparatory School, Atlanta and Sandy Springs, Independent Pinecrest Academy, Cumming, Independent Notre Dame Academy, Duluth, Independent

International organization membership of the Philippines

Group of G24 Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN International Trade Union Confederation ITUC Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency MIGA United Nations UN Group of G77 International Telecommunication Union ITU International Criminal C ...

Window Shop

The Window Shop was a store located in Cambridge, Massachusetts created by a small group of women wanting to help immigrants fleeing Europe. It was originally located in a room on the second floor of 37 Church Street and was named for the rooms l ...