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Sweeney Todd (disambiguation)

Sweeney Todd is a fictional homicidal barber. Sweeney Todd may also refer to: Sweeney Todd band, Canadian glam-rock band Sweeney Todd ballet, ballet for Orchestra by Malcolm Arnold and John Cranko Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, T ...

                                               

Gasoline (disambiguation)

Gasoline, or petrol, is a transparent, petroleum-derived liquid that is used primarily as a fuel. Gasoline may also refer to: Gasoline film, a 2001 Italian crime film Gasoline, Texas, a ghost town in the United States

                                               

Weapon (disambiguation)

Weapon band, a Canadian blackened death metal band "Weapon" song, a 2002 song by Matthew Good Weapon EP, an EP by Six Finger Satellite Weapon album, a 2013 album by industrial band Skinny Puppy Weapons album, an album by Lostprophets

                                               

Clutch (disambiguation)

Clutch G.I. Joe, a fictional character in the G.I. Joe universe Clutch web series, a Canadian crime/thriller web series created by Jonathan Robbins

                                               

Cracked

Cracked UK TV series, a 2008 British comedy-drama television series that aired on STV "Cracked", a Season 8 2010 episode of NCIS Cracked Canadian TV series, a 2013 Canadian crime drama series that aired on CBC

                                               

Twisted Sisters

Twisted Sisters, a 2006 German/UK crime thriller also known as Final Cut by director Wolfgang Buld Twisted Sisters 2010 film, a 2010 documentary about professional female bodybuilding which aired on MSNBC Twisted Sisters, a 2016 U.S. thriller als ...

                                               

Mad Dogs

Mad Dogs American TV series, a partial remake of the British series Mad Dogs novel, a 2007 crime novel by Robert Muchamore Mad Dogs British TV series, a 2011 psychological thriller

                                               

Thorne

Thorne, Nevada Thorne, North Dakota, an unincorporated community in the United States

                                               

Best Laid Plans

"Best Laid Plans", an episode from the sixth season of the TV series Burn Notice Best Laid Plans web series, a 2010 American comedy web series The Best Laid Plans TV series, a 2014 Canadian television sitcom based on the Fallis novel of the same ...

                                               

Sitting on the Edge of Marlene

Sitting on the Edge of Marlene is a Canadian crime drama film, directed by Ana Valine and released in 2014. An adaptation of Billie Livingstons novella The Trouble with Marlene, the film stars Suzanne Clement as Marlene Bell, a grifter and con ar ...

                                               

This Sounds Serious

This Sounds Serious is a Castbox original fictional, comedic true crime podcast that debuted on April 1st, 2018. The podcast, now in its second season, is a "parody anthology of sorts" that follows a different fake, satirical crime every season t ...

                                               

Upper Canada (disambiguation)

Upper Canada usually refers to the former British colony located in what is now part of the Province of Ontario, Canada. It may also refer to, or be associated with, the following: Law Society of Upper Canada, a professional regulation body for l ...

                                               

Wilcox

Canada Wilcox, Saskatchewan United States Wilcox, Washington Wilcox County, Alabama Wilcox, Missouri Wilcox, Florida, an unincorporated community in Gilchrist County, Florida Wilcox County, Georgia Wilcox, Pennsylvania Wilcox, Wisconsin Wilcox, N ...

                                               

Invasion of Canada

The Invasion of Canada may refer to several events in history. The British and French colonial empires contested Canada through several wars King Georges War 1744–1748 The French and Indian War 1754–1763 Quebec Expedition 1711 The United States i ...

                                               

Turf war

"Turf War", an episode of the 2012 American television series The Mob Doctor "Turf War", an episode of the 2016 Canadian television series House My Style "My Turf War", a 2007 episode of the American television series Scrubs Turf War, a 2010 Amer ...

                                               

Great War (disambiguation)

The following terms are all translated from the original language: "The Great War", Uruguayan name for the Uruguayan Civil War "The Great War", English translation of Guerra Grande, Paraguayan name for the Paraguayan War The Great Turkish War, al ...

                                               

Captain Canada

Captain Canada may refer to: Ryan Smyth, Canadian hockey player Captain Canada comics a comic book character created by broadcaster Geoff Stirling Brian Tobin, so named for his role in the 1995 Turbot War and 1995 Quebec Referendum Any athlete wh ...

                                               

Cañada Alamosa

Cañada Alamosa may mean: A valley: Cañada Alamosa, former name of Monticello Canyon, a valley in Sierra County and Socorro County, New Mexico. Cañada Alamosa tributary of Rio Vallecitos, a valley and a tributary stream of Rio Vallecitos in Rio Ar ...

                                               

St Barnabas Church and Cemetery, South Arm, Tasmania

Historic St Barnabas Church and Cemetery is located in Tasmania, Australia. Built on a hill that sits above Half Moon Bay, it overlooks the shipping lines and sailing regattas on the Derwent River. St Barnabas is the parish church of the outer Ho ...

                                               

2016 Bodo bombings

At about 10am on 25 January 2016, a quadruple suicide bombing occurred in Bodo, Far North Region, Cameroon. It killed over 30 people and injured about 65 others. Two bombers struck the villages market; the others struck the entry and exit points. ...

                                               

Hawaii Five-0 and Magnum P.I. crossover

The Hawaii Five-0 and Magnum P.I. crossover is a two-part crossover event between Hawaii Five-0 and Magnum P.I. that aired on CBS. The event aired on January 3, 2020, with the Hawaii Five-0 episode "Ihea oe i ka wa ka ua e loku ana?" which is Haw ...

                                               

Popular Liberation Front

Popular Liberation Front may refer to: The Polisario Front, a Sahrawi rebel national liberation group in the Western Sahara. The Popular Liberation Front Spain, a clandestine anti-Francoist group in Spain 1958-1969 The Popular Liberation Front of ...

                                               

Mea Culpa (disambiguation)

Mea culpa, a Spanish-language TV series broadcast by National Television of Chile "Mea Culpa", an episode of Suits TV series from season 5 "Mea Culpa", an episode of Ultraviolet TV serial "Mea Culpa", the last episode of TV series Californication ...

                                               

Sola Sierra

Sierra was born in San Miguel on 1 December 1935. She joined the communist party when she was young and focused on promoting health for the poor. When Augusto Pinochet overthrew the Chilean government in 1973 and assumed power, Sierra and her hus ...

                                               

DUI (disambiguation)

DUI or driving under the influence is the crime or offense of driving or operating a motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol or other drugs to a level that renders the driver incapable of operating a motor vehicle safely. DUI may also refer to: D ...

                                               

Ghost town (disambiguation)

Ghosttown, novel by Douglas Anne Munson Ghost Town, in Beacon Street Girls series by Annie Bryant La Ville fantome English title Ghost Town, the 25th Lucky Luke comic Ghost Town, novel by Robert Coover

                                               

Still Life (disambiguation)

A still life is a work of art depicting inanimate subject matter. Still life may also refer to: Still life cellular automaton, an unchanging pattern in a cellular automaton Still life photography Still Life video game, a 2005 video game Works in ...

                                               

Kick Boxer

Kick Boxer, also known in the West as Once Upon a Chinese Hero and Once Upon a Time in China 6: Kickboxer, is a 1993 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Wu Ma, who also appears in a supporting role, and produced by and starring Yuen Biao, who ...

                                               

Shiji Niangniang

Shiji Niangniang is a goddess in Chinese religion and Taoism. Before becoming goddess, she was a 10.000-year-old demoness. It was originally a stone and was born outside the heavens and the earth, during the Chaos era and the Xuanhuang era. Shiji ...

                                               

Disturbing the peace (disambiguation)

Disturbing the peace is a crime generally defined as the unsettling of proper order in a public space through ones actions. Disturbing the peace may also refer to: Books Disturbing the Peace novel, a 1975 novel by Richard Yates Disturbing the Pea ...

                                               

Safe (disambiguation)

"Safe" House, the sixteenth episode of the second season of television medical drama series House Safe TV series a 2018 television drama mini-series, created by crime author Harlan Coben "Safe" Fringe, the tenth episode of the first season of tel ...

                                               

Prison (disambiguation)

A prison is a place of detention. Prison or prisons may also refer to: Prison 1987 film, starring Viggo Mortensen "Prison" Natalia Gordienco song Prison 1949 film, by Ingmar Bergman False imprisonment, a crime in common law The Prison Michael Nes ...

                                               

Cover Girls (film)

Cover Girls is a 1977 American made-for-television crime drama film directed by Jerry London and starring Cornelia Sharpe, Jayne Kennedy and Don Galloway.

                                               

Masquerade Hotel

Gaku Hamada Shingo Tsurumi Atsuro Watabe Sanma Akashiya cameo Fumiyo Kohinata - Nose Zen Kajihara - Motomiya Atsuko Maeda Takuya Kimura - Kosuke Nitta Manami Hashimoto Nanao Toshihide Tonesaku Masahiro Takashima Takako Matsu Yūki Izumisawa Eisuke ...

                                               

White Dragon (disambiguation)

A white dragon is a symbol associated in Welsh mythology with the Anglo-Saxons. White Dragon or The White Dragon may also refer to: White Dragon Horse, a white dragon that turned into a steed in the novel Journey to the West White dragon Dungeons ...

                                               

SBID

It was established by Brady aiming to prevent consumers from being misled by claims from interior design hobbyists as trained professionals, and due to the lack of a clear definition of what a professional interior designer skills should be. In 2 ...

                                               

IDB

IDB can mean: Intelligent drum and bass, a sub-genre of drum and bass music Illegal Diamond Buying, the term used at the turn of the 19th-20th century for diamond trading outside the De Beers cartel Industrial revenue bonds formerly called Indust ...

                                               

Death by a thousand cuts (disambiguation)

Death by a thousand cuts is a form of torture and execution originating from Imperial China. Death by a thousand cuts may also refer to: Death by a thousand cuts psychology, the way a major negative change which happens slowly in many unnoticed i ...

                                               

Lam Yu-sing

Eddie Lam Yu-sing former deputy executive of Civil Force, current spokesperson, and also the Vice-Chairperson of the New Territories Youth Federation. He has previously worked in the media industry. He was awarded the Secretary of Home Affairs ’Y ...

                                               

A Time to Die

A time to die is a phrase from Chapter 3 of the Book of Ecclesiastes in the Bible. A Time to Die or Time to Die may also refer to: Time to Die The Dodos album, 2009 A Time to Die, a 2002 novel by Robert Moore about the 2000 Kursk submarine disast ...

                                               

El Cartel

El Cartel TV series, 2008 Colombian TV series based on 2008 book by Andres Lopez Lopez, alias Florecita "Little Flower" El Cartel de los Sapos film, 2011 Colombian crime film based on 2008 book by Andres Lopez Lopez, alias Florecita "Little Flower"

                                               

Sound of Freedom (film)

Sound of Freedom is an action film directed by Alejandro Monteverde. It stars Jim Caviezel, Mira Sorvino, and Bill Camp. The film tells the real life story of Tim Ballard, played by Caviezel, who quit his job in the U.S. Government, the Departmen ...

                                               

Muerte Suspendida

Bernardino Correia, a Portuguese owner of several service stations, is kidnapped by three individuals who are sent by Orozco, an ambitious and ruthless Colombian boss.

                                               

Cordova

Cordoba, Colombia, a department of the Republic of Colombia Cordova District, a district of the Huaytara province of Peru Cordoba, Veracruz, a municipality in Mexico Cordova, Cebu, a municipality in the Philippines

                                               

Mirabella (disambiguation)

Mirabella Imbaccari, an Italian municipality in the Province of Catania Mirabella Portland, a residential tower in Portland, Oregon Mirabella Fortress Peovica, a Croatian fortress located above town of Omis Passo di Mirabella, an Italian civil pa ...

                                               

Grow (Jeangu Macrooy song)

Grow is a song by Surinamese singer-songwriter Jeangu Macrooy. The song would have represented Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. It was released on 4 March 2020.

                                               

Instinct (disambiguation)

Instinct is the inherent disposition of a living organism toward a particular behavior. Instinct may also refer to: Samsung M800 Instinct, an Internet-enabled touch-based multimedia mobile phone Instinct magazine, a magazine for gay men Instincts ...

                                               

Pernell

Pernell may refer to: Given name: Pernell Davis born 1976, American football defensive tackle Pernell Whitaker 1964–2019, American professional boxing trainer Pernell Roberts 1928–2010, American stage, movie and television actor Pernell healer fl ...

                                               

Taksim

Taksim means "division", "partition", or "distribution" in Turkish, Arabic, Persian and Urdu. Taksim may also refer to: Taksim Istanbul Metro, an underground rapid transit complex under Taksim Square, Istanbul, Turkey Taksim Square massacre on 1 ...

                                               

Trapholt

Trapholt is a museum of contemporary art and design located in Kolding, Denmark. It opened in 1988 and was previously named Trapholt Kunstmuseum but its increasing focus on the broader arts lead to its shortened name. It describes itself as a "mu ...