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Bewitched (disambiguation)

Bewitched 1945 film, a film noir by Arch Oboler Bewitched, a game for the Commodore VIC-20 by Imagine Software Bewitched 2005 film, an adaptation of the sitcom

                                               

Second Republic

Second Brazilian Republic 1945–1964 Second Republic of Korea 1960–1961 Second Austrian Republic, the current state, from 1945 onwards Second Polish Republic 1918–1949 Second Czechoslovak Republic 1938–1939 Second Slovak Republic, the current stat ...

                                               

Northern Ireland fiscal deficit

Northern Ireland fiscal deficit is the portion of public expenditure in Northern Ireland not covered by local tax revenue, which is around £10 billion annually, more than one third of its budget. It is an obstacle to the proposed reunification of ...

                                               

Nathaniel Gutman

Nathaniel Gutman is an Israeli-American filmmaker, best known for directing Deadline, starring Christopher Walken, and the TV movie, Linda, starring Virginia Madsen.

                                               

Ilan Mor

Ilan Mor is the Ambassador of the State of Israel to the Republic of Croatia. He was also Ambassador to Hungary between 2011 and 2016. Mor earned a B.A. in Political Science and Working Relations and an M.A. in International Relations both from T ...

                                               

Danish Contemporary Bible 2020

Danish Contemporary Bible 2020 is a Bible translation into Danish which attracted controversy for its nonliteral translations and omitting some references to Israel. In particular, it changed references to "Israel" to "the Jewish people" where th ...

                                               

Ruti

Ruti Olajugbagbe, winner of series seven of The Voice UK Ruti Sela, Israeli video artist Ruti Zisser, Israeli American lifestyle designer, fashion designer, wardrobe stylist, and businesswoman

                                               

Iman Khatib-Yasin

Iman Khatib-Yasin is an Israeli Arab social worker and politician. A member of the United Arab List party, she was elected to the Knesset in 2020 as a member of the Joint List, becoming the first woman from the United Arab List and the first hija ...

                                               

CZ

CZ-USA, U.S. division C/Z Records, an American record label Česka zbrojovka Uhersky Brod, a Czech firearms manufacturer Česka zbrojovka firearms ČZ Česka zbrojovka Strakonice ČZ a.s., a Czech manufacturer of forklifts and formerly motorcycles and ...

                                               

Estate

Estates General, a supra-regional gathering of representatives of the estates of the realm The Estates, representative bodies of the estates of the realm Estate law, a term in common law for a persons property, entitlements and obligations Estate ...

                                               

Homo sapiens (disambiguation)

Homo sapiens is the taxonomic binomial name of the species which includes contemporary humans. Homo sapiens or Homo Sapiens may also refer to:

                                               

George L. Hersey

George L. Hersey was an American art historian at Yale University. He was an expert on Italian Renaissance art and architecture, and art and architecture of the 19th century in the United States. His work posed questions about the connection of b ...

                                               

Darkroom (disambiguation)

Dark Room, a 1995 novel by Alison Tyler The Dark Room play, a one-act play by Tennessee Williams Dark Rooms 2009 novelette Nebula-nominated novellette by Lisa Goldstein "The Dark Room" poem, a poem by Enrique Lihn The Dark Room Seiffert novel, a ...

                                               

JTI

JTI may refer to: University of Virginia Japanese Text Initiative Japan Tobacco International Join the Impact, an American LGBT political movement Journal of Theological Interpretation Jungian Type Indicator, a psychometric questionnaire to asses ...

                                               

Outrage

Outrage, a book by Vincent Bugliosi about the O. J. Simpson murder case Outrage, a play by Itamar Moses 2001 Outrage, a novel by Henry Denker 1982 Outrage Girl Shiomi, a manga series written and illustrated by Kazurou Inoue

                                               

A Taste of Honey (disambiguation)

A Taste of Honey is a play written by Shelagh Delaney. A Taste of Honey or Taste of Honey may refer to: A Taste of Honey film, a 1961 film adaptation of the play Mitsu no Aji: A Taste of Honey, a Japanese television drama series A Taste of Honey ...

                                               

Athlete (2019 film)

Athlete: Ore ga Kare ni Oboreta Hibi, better known as Athlete, is a 2019 Japanese film directed by Takamasa Ōe. It made its world premiere in the 28° Rainbow Reel Tokyo. The film stars Joe Nakamura and Yohdi Kondo.

                                               

All Out

All Out or All out may relate to: In cricket, when all batsman have been dismissed All Out album, a 1973 album by Grin All Out organisation, a global not-for-profit organisation that is focused on political advocacy for the human rights of LGBT p ...

                                               

Hiromichi Mizuno

Hiromichi Mizuno is a financial executive. Between January 2015‒March 2020 Mizuno was Chief Investment Officer of the Japan Government Pension Investment Fund, the largest asset owner in the world. On 23 April 2020 Mizuno joined Tesla, Inc. as an ...

                                               

APT

Applied Predictive Technologies, a statistical business analysis software company Almost Plain Text, or Doxia, a wiki-like syntax used mainly by Apache Maven Advanced persistent threat, a set of stealthy and continuous computer hacking processes ...

                                               

Pet shop

A pet shop or pet store is a retail business which sells different kinds of animals. Pet stores also sell pet food, supplies, and accessories. Pet Shop may also refer to: The Pet Shop, an early American television program broadcast on the now def ...

                                               

Pet industry

The pet industry is the market industry associated with companion animals. It includes things that are associated with the production, consumption and cultural activities linked to the market. Next to nutrition, toys and animal healthcare, new se ...

                                               

Rainbow Bridge

Medley Footbridge, sometimes called Rainbow Bridge Rainbow Bridge Tokyo, in Tokyo, Japan Rainbow Bridge National Monument, a natural rock formation located in Utah, United States Rainbow Bridge, Oxford, in Oxford, England Rainbow Bridge, Haleiwa, ...

                                               

Giga (disambiguation)

Gigue or giga: a Baroque dance St.GIGA, a Japanese satellite radio station GIGA - a Japanese adult video company that makes porn-parodies based on famous manga and anime, mostly of adult videos featuring Superheroines GIGA Television, a German TV ...

                                               

Black Belt

Black Belt magazine, a magazine covering martial arts news, technique, and notable individuals Black belt martial arts, an indication of attainment of a mastery in martial arts

                                               

Bobby Hill

Bobby Hill or Bob Hill may refer to: Bobby Hill Scottish footballer born 1938, Scottish footballer Bob Hill racing driver, American race car driver, see List of ARCA drivers Bob Hill footballer 1867–1938, Scottish footballer Bobby Hill, fictional ...

                                               

Fourmile

Fourmile Canyon and Fourmile Creek, west of Boulder, Colorado, the site of a major wildfire in 2010 Fourmile Canyon Fremont County, Colorado and the associated Fourmile Creek Fourmile Creek Belle Fourche River, a stream in South Dakota Fourmile C ...

                                               

PTS

Protestant Truth Society, a British religious organisation

                                               

Dutch Reformed Church (disambiguation)

Dutch Reformed Church NHK, from Dutch: Nederlandse Hervormde Kerk, was a Christian denomination in the Netherlands before its 2004 merger into the Protestant Church in the Netherlands.

                                               

Ghost Hawk Brewing Company

Ghost Hawk was started by Clifton natives Thomas Rachelski and Steven Bauer, but it grew to encompass Chris Sheehan, who was the head brewer at Chelsea Craft Brewery and Gun Hill Brewing. The brewery opened April 20, 2019 and was the first produc ...

                                               

7 (Training) Regiment Army Air Corps

7 Regiment Army Air Corps is a regiment of the British Army and is part of the Joint Helicopter Command. The regiment is responsible for providing all of the flight training of Army Air Corps pilots. The regiment is based at the Army Aviation Cen ...

                                               

Rrahman Rama

In 2015, Rama was made the new Commander of the Kosovo Security Force by Presidential Decree, issued by President Atifete Jahjaga. In 2020, Rama meets with North Macedonian President Stevo Pendarovski in Skopje. Rama supported North Macedonia’s N ...

                                               

Baya

Zoubeir Baya born 1971, Tunisian football player Kara Baya, member of the pan-African parliament Yahya Baya, futsal player from Ajax Kenitra Baya Rahouli born 1979, Algerian athlete Raymond Ramazani Baya 1943–2019, Democratic Republic of Congo po ...

                                               

LBL

LBL can mean: Long base line sonar Landsforeningen for Bosser og Lesbiske, former name of LGBT Danmark Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, formerly Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory London Borough of Lewisham Liege–Bastogne–Liege, a bicycle race Lo ...

                                               

Philippe Najib Boulos

Philippe Najib Boulos was a lawyer and an active figure of Lebanons politics in the 20th century. Born in 1902 in Beirut, he worked as a lawyer and became a member of Lebanons politics from 1941 until his death. During that period, he was elected ...

                                               

Crime in Lesotho

Crime in Lesotho has high rate, ranging from carjacking, home invasion, robbery, sexual assault etc. Most of the reported crime incidents in the country are of opportunity for immediate gain.

                                               

Solomon Eger

Rabbi Solomon Eger was an influential rabbi and successor of his father as the rabbi of Posen, current Poland.

                                               

European Court

European Court may refer to: European Union Civil Service Tribunal, established in 2005 European Court of Justice ECJ, the EUs highest court, established in 1952 Court of Justice of the European Union, the judiciary of the European Union, based i ...

                                               

Siofra OLeary

O’Leary was born in Dublin where she completed a Bachelor of Civil Law, University College Dublin in 1989. She went on to study at the European University Institute in Florence, where she received her Ph.D. in European law in 1993. OLeary then wo ...

                                               

Suela Janina

Suela Janina born June 28, 1976 is an Albanian diplomat who was appointed as Ambassador of the Republic of Albania to the European Union on July 31, 2014. She also serves as Ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg.

                                               

Sola (disambiguation)

Saints of Los Angeles, a 2008 album by Motley Crue "Sola", a song by Monica Naranjo from her eponymous album "Sola", a song by Luis Fonsi from Vida "Sola", a song by Leslie Grace "Sola", a song by Iran Castillo Sola, an album by Olga Tañon "Sola" ...

                                               

Six Nations

Six Nations may refer to: Peoples Six Nations of the Grand River, First Nations reserve in Canada Iroquois Confederacy a group of First Nations/Native American peoples: Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscarora Six Nations Polytechn ...

                                               

Sale el Sol (TV program)

Sale el Sol is a Mexican television daily morning program produced by Andres Tovar for Imagen Television. The program is intended for the general public and includes various sections and topics of interest related to beauty, cooking, entertainmen ...

                                               

Oleksandr Dubinsky

Oleksandr Dubinsky - Ukrainian journalist, politician, blogger, presenter of "Money" TV show on 1 + 1 channel; Peoples Deputy of Ukraine of the 9th convocation from the party "Servant of the People". Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukrai ...

                                               

Adanech Admassu

Adanech Admussu, from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She is one of the earliest filmmakers in Ethiopia. The central axes of her work was cooperating with NGO programs in Ethiopia and addressing public health and human right problems in Ethiopia and acros ...

                                               

Christian Sagartz

Christian Sagartz is an Austrian politician of the Austrian Peoples Party who has been serving as Member of the European Parliament since 2020.

                                               

Ismail Mohamed

Ismail Mohamed may refer to: Ismail Mohamed South African activist, South African mathematician and struggle activist; see Order of Mapungubwe Ismail Mohamed football player born 1980, Maldivian football player Ismail Selim Mohamed born 1944, Egy ...

                                               

Gaur (disambiguation)

The gaur is a large dark-coated bovine animal of South Asia and Southeast Asia. Gaur may also refer to: Another spelling for Giaour River Gaur in Perthshire Gaur, a Basque artistic group established in 1966 at Gipuzkoa, Spain Gaur Brahmin, a Brah ...

                                               

Daryls Joy

Daryl’s Joy was a notable New Zealand Thoroughbred race horse. A son of Stunning GB from the mare Rutha NZ, he was foaled in 1966 and was trained by Syd Brown in New Zealand and later in his career by Charlie Whittingham in the United States.

                                               

Margaret Loutit

Margaret Wyn Loutit was a New Zealand microbiologist. She was a full professor at the University of Otago from 1981, and was the inaugural director of the universitys Research Office from 1988 to 1995