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Thomas McCormack

Thomas McCormack may refer to: Tom McCormack hurler 1888–1959, Irish hurler Tom McCormack footballer, former New Zealand footballer Tom McCormack born 1953, retired Irish hurler Thomas Arthur McCormack 1883–1973, New Zealand artist Thomas McCorma ...

1968 Macdonald Brier

The 1968 Macdonald Brier, Canadas national mens curling championship was held March 4–8 at the Kelowna Arena in Kelowna, British Columbia. The Ron Northcott rink representing Alberta won their second title with an impressive 9–1 record. It was al ...

Barbara Moore

Barbara Moore may refer to: Barbara Moore athlete born 1957, New Zealand long distance runner Barbara Moore actress born 1944, played Lisa Rogers in The Man From U.N.C.L.E.s fourth season Barbara Moore model born 1968, Playboy magazines Playmate ...

Erna Andersen

Andersen participated at the 1933 World Figure Skating Championships finishing 9th and 1934 World Figure Skating Championships finishing 10th. She was coached by Martin Stixrud. In her career she lost several races from Sonja Henie. Both studied ...

Silencio

"Silencio" David Bisbal song, from the 2006 studio album, Premonicion "Silencio" Nelly Furtado song, from the 2009 studio album, Mi Plan "Silencio" Rafael Hernandez song, 1932 bolero by Rafael Hernandez "Silencio", a 1953 song by Celia Cruz & La ...

Yuri Borienko

Yuri Borienko was a Russian wrestler and actor, known for his performance as Blofelds henchman Grunther in the James Bond film On Her Majestys Secret Service.

Jurg

Jurg is the name of: Jurg Capol born 1965, Swiss cross country skier Jurg M. Stauffer born 1977, Swiss politician Jurg Wenger born 1969, Swiss skeleton racer Hans-Jurg Fehr born 1948, president 2004- of the Social Democratic Party of Switzerland ...

Forbidden Kingdom

Forbidden Kingdom may refer to: The Forbidden Kingdom, a 2008 martial arts action film starring Jackie Chan and Jet Li. Forbidden Kingdom area at Chessington World of Adventures in London Het verboden rijk "The Forbidden Kingdom", a 1932 novel by ...

Love Affair

Love Affair 1994 film, featuring Annette Bening, Warren Beatty and Katharine Hepburn Love Affair 1939 film, starring Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer Love Affair 1932 film, starring Dorothy Mackaill and Humphrey Bogart Love Affair, or the Case of th ...

Letty Lynton (novel)

Letty Lynton is a 1931 novel by the British writer Marie Belloc Lowndes. It is loosely inspired by the case of Madeleine Smith, a young woman accused of murder.

Best Wishes

Pokemon: Best Wishes!, the fourth series of the Pokemon animated series Best Wishes for Tomorrow, a 2007 Japanese film by director Takashi Koizumi "Best Wishes", an episode of the American television program Ed

Sam Irvine

Sam Irvine was a bushman and mail contractor who worked throughout the Northern Territory in the 1920s and 1930s who became a well known identity in the area. Ernestine Hill called Irvine a "hero of the north".

Ladies and Gentlemen

Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones, a concert movie by The Rolling Stones filmed in 1972 Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael DVD, a music video compilation released in 1999

The Forgotten Man

The Forgotten Man may refer to: Forgotten Man album, a 1981 album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression, a 2007 book by Amity Shlaes Forgotten man, a concept used in American political rhetoric ...

High Speed

High Speed 1924 film, featuring Herbert Rawlinson and Carmelita Geraghty High Speed 1917 film, starring Jack Mulhall and Fritzi Ridgeway High Speed 1932 film, an American film starring Buck Jones High Speed 1986 film, a French film directed by Mo ...

Cynara (disambiguation)

Cynara is a genus of perennial plants. Cynara may also refer to: Cynara Delius, a musical setting by Frederick Delius of the poem Cynara film, a 1932 movie based on the play and starring Ronald Colman A woman in Ernest Dowsons poem Non Sum Qualis ...

Stowaway (disambiguation)

A stowaway is someone who travels illegally on a vehicle. Stowaway or Stowaways may also refer to: Stowaway, Lawrence Sargent Halls prize-winning debut novel "Stowaway", working title of "The Callistan Menace", an Isaac Asimov short story The Sto ...

Keyhole (disambiguation)

A keyhole is an aperture for receiving a key. Keyhole may also refer to: Keyhole, Inc., a data visualization company acquired by Google ″Keyhole″, a short story by Murray Leinster Keyhole film, 2011, by Canadian director Guy Maddin Key Hole KH, a ...

Johann Kupferburger

Kupferburger won the 1951 Wimbledon Boys Singles title by beating the Egyptian player, Kamel Moubarek in the final. He attended college in the United States at the University of Miami, where he was a member of the universitys tennis team and he e ...

Blow Me Down

Blow Me Down may refer to: "Blow Me Down", a song by Robin Williams from the 1980 soundtrack album Popeye Blow Me Down, a 2005 novel by Katie MacAlister Blow-me-down Brook, a stream in New Hampshire and tributary of the Connecticut River Blow-me- ...

Pendragon (disambiguation)

Ambrosius Aurelianus or "Aurelius", son of Constantine II of Britain, called "Pendragon" in the Vulgate Cycle King Arthur, son of Uther Uther Pendragon, brother of Aurelius and father of King Arthur

Rangers Code

Rangers Code is a 1933 American Western film directed by Robert North Bradbury and written by Harry L. Fraser. The film stars Bob Steele, Doris Hill, Ernie Adams, George Nash, Ed Brady and George "Gabby" Hayes. The film was released on August 15, ...

Rollin Glewwe

Rollin Bert Glewwe was an American businessman and politician. Glewwe was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He lived in South St. Paul, Minnesota and went to the public schools. Glewwe went to University of Minnesota. He worked for Glewwe Food Marke ...

Anila (disambiguation)

Anila Baig born 1970, British journalist Anila Bitri born 1963, Albanian diplomat Anila, a competitor on Albanias Big Brother season 5 Anila Dalal born 1933, Indian critic and translator Anila singer born 1979, Bangladeshi singer Anila Mirza born ...

I Was Jack Mortimer (novel)

I Was Jack Mortimer is a 1933 thriller novel by the Austrian writer Alexander Lernet-Holenia. In 1935 it was adapted into a German film of the same title directed by Carl Froelich and starring Anton Walbrook and Sybille Schmitz. In 1952 it was ad ...

Patrick Palmer

Pat Palmer boxer, English boxer gold medal winner at the 1934 British Empire Games Pat Palmer rugby union born 1962, Canadian rugby player Patrick Palmer rugby player born 1988, Welsh rugby union player

Kear

KEAR or Kear may refer to: KLLC, a radio station 97.3 FM licensed to San Francisco, California, United States, which used the call sign KEAR from 1956 to 1978 KFRC-FM, a radio station 106.9 FM licensed to San Francisco, California, United States, ...

Frank W. Caldwell

Frank Walker Caldwell was a leading American propeller engineer and designer. As the United States governments chief propeller engineer, he pioneered propeller engineering and propeller testing facilities and techniques. Working at Hamilton Stand ...

Hans Greiner

Hans Greiner was a Swiss footballer who played for FC Basel and the Swiss national team. He played as midfielder. Greiner joined Basels first team in advance of their 1933–34 season. After playing in three test games, he played his domestic leagu ...

The River (1933 film)

The River is a 1933 Czechoslovak film drama directed by Josef Rovensky. The film was also released with German voiceovers under the title Junge Liebe in 1934. The film won Best Director Prize at 1934 Venice Film Festival.

Wadi Hamra (Gilf Kebir)

Wadi Hamra is a valley of Gilf Kebir, in New Valley Governorate in the extreme south-west of Egypt. It is known for its vegetation and rock encarvings.

List of Finnish ice hockey champions

The Finnish ice hockey champions is a title awarded annually to the winning team of the top-tier ice hockey league in Finland, which currently is Liiga since 2013. The championships present format did not take into effect until the league was ori ...

Topaze

Topaze may refer to: Topaze 1966 film, an Australian television play adaptation Topaze 1951 film, also directed by Pagnol Topaze play, a 1928 French play written by Marcel Pagnol, which spawned a number of film adaptations Mr. Topaze, a 1961 film ...

Baffin

Baffin can mean: Baffin Bay, Texas, a bay in South Texas, an inlet of the larger Laguna Madre Baffin Bay, a sea between the Atlantic and Arctic oceans 1933 Baffin Bay earthquake, a 7.3 magnitude earthquake that struck Greenland and Nunavut Baffin ...

Bhagirathi Parbat III

Bhagirathi Parbat III is a mountain in Uttarakhand India, its the 95th highest located entirely within the Uttarakhand India. Nanda Devi, is the highest mountain in this category. The summit is 6.454 metres. It is the third highst peak of the Bha ...

Peoples Government

Peoples Government might refer to: Peoples Revolutionary Government 1979–1983, government of Grenada after a revolution by New Jewel Movement Central Peoples Government since 1949, the central government of the Peoples Republic of China The Peopl ...

Thundering Herd

The Thundering Herd are Marshall Universitys athletic teams. Other teams using the "Thundering Herd" name include: Carlisle High School Carlisle, Pennsylvania A nickname for the 1920s championship football teams of the University of Southern Cali ...

1933 New Hampshire Wildcats football team

The 1933 New Hampshire Wildcats football team was an American football team that represented the University of New Hampshire as a member of the New England Conference during the 1933 college football season. In its 18th season under head coach Wi ...

Linga (disambiguation)

Linga or Lingas may refer to: Linga spider, a genus of spiders in the family Linyphiidae Latvian patrol boat Linga P-03 a ship in the Latvian Naval Forces Lingam, symbol of Shiva, which is used for worship Lingaa, a Tamil movie Linga cookie, also ...

Acropolis (disambiguation)

An acropolis is a "high city" or citadel. Acropolis or Akropolis may also refer to: Acropolis, a neighborhood of modern Athens near the ancient monument, also known as Makrygianni, Athens Acropolis play by Robert E. Sherwood 1933 Akropolis newspa ...

International Communist League

International Communist League can refer to several Trotskyist political parties: International Communist League Fourth Internationalist, also known as the Spartacist League Pathfinder tendency, sometimes referred to as the International Communis ...

Corps (disambiguation)

Corps des Sapeurs-Pompiers, a military force in Monaco composed mainly of officers from French military or fire services Air Training Corps, UK or New Zealand Air Cadets United States Marine Corps, a branch of the United States Armed Forces respo ...

Mahananda

Mahananda may refer to: Films: Mahananda 2001 film, by Manik Das Mahananda 1984 film, a Marathi film Sati Mahananda, a 1933 Hindi film Mahananda 1939 film, a Telugu film directed by China Kameswara Rao Dronamraju Places: Mahananda River, a tribut ...

Madhu (disambiguation)

Madhu is a term in Hindi-Urdu, Sanskrit, and other Indian languages for honey. Madhu may also refer to: Madhu Forest, or Madhuvana, a dense forest in ancient northern India Madhu 1959 film, a Hindi film by director Gyan Mukherjee Shrine of Our La ...

Brian Turner

Brian Turner may refer to: Brian Turner footballer, born 1930, Australian footballer for Richmond Brian Turner footballer, born 1936, English football soccer player Brian Turner footballer, born 1949, New Zealand international football soccer pla ...

John Joyce

John Joyce may refer to: John Joyce footballer 1877–1956, English footballer Johnny Joyce Gaelic footballer 1937–2019, Irish Gaelic footballer John Joyce American politician born 1957, United States Representative John Joye or Joyce, MP John Joyc ...

Keith Butler

Keith Butler New Zealand cricketer born 1933, New Zealand cricketer Keith Butler baseball born 1989, American baseball player Keith Butler American football born 1956, current NFL assistant Keith Butler cyclist born 1938, former British cycling c ...

George Barton

George Barton may refer to: George Barton cricketer 1808–1864, English cricketer George Elliott Barton 1827–1906, New Zealand politician and lawyer George Barton sport shooter born 1977, Australian sport shooter George Aaron Barton 1859–1942, Can ...

Frederick Lucas (disambiguation)

Frederick Lucas was a British journalist. Frederick Lucas may also refer to: Fred Lucas Frederick Warrington Lucas, 1903–1987, American Major League Baseball player Frederick John Lucas 1915–1993, New Zealand aviator, farmer and tourist operator ...

Červeny

Červeny may refer to: People: Vaclav Frantisek Červeny 1819–96, constructed the first Contrabass tuba, and was the first to use true rotary valves Frank Cerveny born 1933, sixth bishop of the Episcopal Church in Florida Heather Cerveny, member of ...