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Pimp (disambiguation)

A pimp is someone who finds and manages clients for prostitutes and engages them in prostitution in order to profit from their earnings. Pimp or pimping may also refer to:

                                               

Black sheep (disambiguation)

The Black Sheep 1960 film, German film Black Sheep 1996 film, American comedy film starring Chris Farley and David Spade Black Sheep 2018 film, British documentary short film about black teen Cornelius and his family Black Sheep 1935 film, Americ ...

                                               

Brothers and Sisters

"Brothers & Sisters" Family Guy, episode of Family Guy Brothers and Sisters 1980 film, a 1980 British film Brothers and Sisters 1979 TV series, an American sitcom "Brothers & Sisters" Arrow, an episode of Arrow "Brothers and Sisters" The Green Gr ...

                                               

Faithful

"Faithful" a Song by american rapper Tyga feat. Tory Lanez from Kyoto "Faithful", a song by The Original 7ven from Condensate, 2011 "Faithful" Go West song, 1992 "Faithful", a song by Drake feat Pimp C & dvsn from the album Views "Faithful", a so ...

                                               

Robert Beck

Robert or Bob Beck may refer to: Robert F. Beck born 1943, professor of naval architecture and marine engineering at the University of Michigan Robert Beck actor born 1968, British television actor Robert Beck or Iceberg Slim 1918–1992, writer an ...

                                               

Merlin (rapper)

Merlin is a UK rapper/hip hop artist from Brixton, London and nephew of reggae singer Smiley Culture. He was the featured vocalist on the B-side, "Megablast", of the UK top 10 single "Dont Make Me Wait" by Bomb the Bass and A-side of the UK top 1 ...

                                               

Pirate Cove

Pirates Cove Marine Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada; a park Pirate Cove, an area developed as a fish station on Popof Island, Alaska Pirates Cove, Florida, USA; an unincorporated community Pirates Cove, a zone at Chessington World of Ad ...

                                               

Disappearance of Erin Marie Gilbert

Erin Marie Gilbert is an American woman who vanished while attending the Girdwood Forest Fair in Girdwood, Alaska. Gilbert, who had previous resided in California, had moved to Anchorage, Alaska, where she lived with her sister and worked as a na ...

                                               

Kelly v. United States

Kelly v. United States, 590 U.S. ___, was a United States Supreme Court case involving the 2013 Fort Lee lane closure scandal, also known as "Bridgegate". The case centered on whether Bridget Anne Kelly, the chief of staff to New Jersey Governor ...

                                               

Ladies man

Ladies Man 1947 film, an American film starring Eddie Bracken Ladies Man: A MADE Movie, a 2013 MTV movie starring Dave Randolph-Mayhem Davis Ladies Man 1931 film, starring William Powell The Ladies Man, a 1961 Jerry Lewis film The Ladies Man 2000 ...

                                               

Isabel Pedro

Isabel Pedro was born in Montevideo, Uruguay. Her father, Issac Pedro, born in Poland, was a descendant of a privileged Jewish family from Spain. Immigrated to Israel in 1921, worked as a pioneer, but after a few years emigrated to Uruguay where ...

                                               

IMU

International Medical University Indiana Memorial Union, on the Indiana University Bloomington campus Italian Mathematical Union I Measure U, a New Zealand company that develops inertial measurement units International Mathematical Union Irish Me ...

                                               

The Fall

The Fall Camus novel, a 1956 novel by Albert Camus The Fall Star Trek novels, a 2013 Star Trek tie-in miniseries by various authors The Fall Muchamore novel, the 2007 seventh book in the CHERUB series by Robert Muchamore The Fall Nix novel, the 2 ...

                                               

Carol Rittner

Carol Rittner is an American nun and Holocaust historian. She is a Distinguished Emerita Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies and Dr. Marsha Raticoff Grossman Professor of Holocaust Studies at Stockton University.

                                               

Manslaughter (disambiguation)

Manslaughter in English law, a homicide offence in English Law which does not amount to Murder in English law Manslaughter United States law Manslaughter, a legal term in various jurisdictions for the killing of a human being but different from m ...

                                               

Culpable (podcast)

Culpable is an investigative podcast, hosted by Dennis Cooper, that covers the 2014 death of 21-year-old Christian Andreacchio. It is produced by Dennis Cooper, Donald Albright, and Jacob Bozarth as a partnership of Black Mountain Media, Tenderfo ...

                                               

The Doctors’ Association UK

The Doctors’ Association UK is a professional association for doctors in the United Kingdom. The association was formed by junior doctors led by Dr Samantha Batt-Rawden in January 2018 in response to the Bawa-Garba case. DAUK’s current chair is D ...

                                               

Richard Harding

Richard Harding may refer to: Richard C. Harding, Judge Advocate General of the United States Air Force Richard Harding forger, convicted of forgery and uttering; hanged at Old Bailey, London, England in 1805 Richard Harding Davis 1864-1916, Amer ...

                                               

Letter of 34

Letter of 34 – two-sentence protest letter of Polish intellectuals against censorship in Communist Poland, addressed to the Prime Minister Jozef Cyrankiewicz, delivered on 14 March 1964 to Urzad Rady Ministrow by Antoni Slonimski. The name refers ...

                                               

Kathy Smith

Kathy, Kathie, Cathy or Cathie Smith may refer to: Kathy Smith politician?–2017, Australian politician in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly Kathy Smith fitness personality born 1951, personal trainer Kathy Smith, Californian singer-songwri ...

                                               

Larry Williams (disambiguation)

Larry Williams was an American rhythm and blues and rock and roll singer. Larry Williams may also refer to: Larry Williams jazz musician, member of Seawind and keyboardist for Al Jarreau Larry R. Williams born 1942, publisher and promoter of trad ...

                                               

Rosana Pinheiro-Machado

Rosana Pinheiro-Machado is a Brazilian anthropologist, currently a lecturer in the Department of Social & Policy Sciences at the University of Bath. She studies the economic and political effects of trade in the Global South, particularly in Braz ...

                                               

Shankar Lal Shrivastava

Head Constable Shankar Lal Shrivastava, AC was a retired Madhya Pradesh Police Head constable who was posthumously awarded Indias highest peacetime gallantry award Ashoka Chakra.

                                               

Purshottam (Ashoka Chakra)

Shri Purshottam, AC was an Indian civilian who was posthumously awarded Indias highest peace time gallantry award Ashoka Chakra for his gallant act.

                                               

Tej Singh (Ashoka Chakra)

Morena districts villages was also terrorized by robbers. As Churhella village was in Morena district so it was also terrorized by robbers. Robbers looted the villagers often. On 12 September 1964, some armed robbers entered the village of Tej Si ...

                                               

Lajja Ram (Ashoka Chakra)

Like other villages of Morena, his village was also terrorized by robbers. Robbers looted the villagers often. On 12 September 1964, some armed robbers entered the village. They started robbing a woman of her jewels. When she screamed for help, r ...

                                               

Raquel Murillo

Raquel Murillo is a fictional character in the Netflix series Money Heist, portrayed by Itziar Ituño. In the TV show she is a main character, she is an inspector of the National Police Corps who is put in charge of the case until she joins the gr ...

                                               

Loghain Mac Tir

Loghain Mac Tir is a fictional character from BioWares Dragon Age franchise. He hails from the kingdom of Ferelden, a realm in the world of Thedas, where the Dragon Age series is set. Loghain first appeared in 2009s novel The Stolen Throne as one ...

                                               

The House of Flowers (season 1)

The first season of The House of Flowers was released to Netflix in its entirety on August 10, 2018. Following the lives of the members of the upper class Mexican de la Mora family, it starts with the suicide of the fathers mistress at his birthd ...

                                               

Richard Arnold

Richard Arnold may refer to: Richard R. Arnold born 1963, American astronaut Richard Arnold judge born 1961, British judge Richard Arnold general 1828–1882, Major General in the American Civil War Richard Arnold, mayor of Savannah, Georgia, 1842– ...

                                               

Taylor Morris Teaford

Taylor Morris Teaford is an American fugitive and suspected murderer who was added to the FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list in 1968. Teaford was born in 1935 at North Fork, California and was raised by his grandmother Pearl due to his parents se ...

                                               

Most Wanted (FBI)

Most Wanted is the eighteenth episode of the first season of FBI. It aired on April 2, 2020. The episode was written by Rene Balcer and directed by Fred Berner. The episode was also the backdoor pilot for FBI: Most Wanted.

                                               

Sahib al-bab

The sāhib al-bāb, also known as the wazīr al-saghīr, was one of the most senior offices of the Fatimid Caliphate in the 12th century. The post is first attested in the early years of the 12th century, during the vizierate of al-Afdal Shahanshah, ...

                                               

McHanzo

McHanzo is the ship name given to the slash pairing of Jesse McCree and Hanzo Shimada, fictional characters from Blizzard Entertainments first-person shooter video game Overwatch. Despite Overwatch lacking a story mode and telling its lore throug ...

                                               

Lineage

Lineage evolution, a temporal sequence of individuals, populations or species representing a continuous line of descent Lineage anthropology, a group that can demonstrate their common descent from an apical ancestor or a direct line of descent fr ...

                                               

George Dyer

George Dyer may refer to: George Dyer poet 1755–1841, English classicist and writer George R. Dyer 1869–1934, American military officer and chairman of the Port Authority of New York George Leland Dyer 1849–1914, American naval commander and gove ...

                                               

Louis Simon (comedian)

Louis Simon was a vaudeville comedian. He performed an act called The New Coachman with Grace Gardner for years. Their raucous show caused some controversy. George Mason University has a collection of his papers. Pierrot Film Company was establis ...

                                               

George Johnston

George Johnston may refer to: George Johnston footballer born 1947, Scottish footballer George Johnston politician 1884–1977, Canadian politician George Johnston Australian footballer 1877–1945, Australian rules footballer for Carlton George John ...

                                               

Kevin Foster

Kevin Foster may refer to: Kevin Foster basketball, American basketball player Kevin Foster entertainer born 1960, American actor and adventurer Kevin Foster murderer born 1977, American murderer Kevin Foster fraudster, British investment fraudst ...

                                               

Pick a Bale o Cotton

Pick a Bale o Cotton is a work song from the repertoire of Leadbelly. Johnny Cash released his adaptation as a single for Columbia Records Columbia 4-42512, with "Bonanza!" on the opposite side in July or August 1962. The Billboard magazine evalu ...

                                               

Poison Pen

A poison pen letter is malicious correspondence. Poison Pen may also refer to: Poison Pen album, a 2006 album by Chino XL Poison Pen 2014 film, an Irish film with screenplay by Eoin Colfer Poison Pen: A Play in Three Acts, a 1938 play by Richard ...

                                               

Poison pill

Poison pill may refer to: Suicide pill, a physical pill for suicide by poison Poison pill amendment or wrecking amendment, an addition to a legislative bill that renders it ineffective Shareholder rights plan, also called a poison pill, a subclas ...

                                               

Bushman poison

Bushman poison can refer to a number of plants or insects used as ingredients by the San people when preparing arrow poisons: Bushmans poison, Acokanthera venenata, of the south and east coasts of South Africa Toxicodendron species of the Western ...

                                               

Poison Tree (disambiguation)

The Poison Tree. play by Robert Glaudini The Poison Tree by Tony Strong, 1997 "A Poison Tree", a 1794 poem by the poet William Blake. The Poison Tree, novel by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles The Poison Tree by Erin Kelly author, 2009 Poison Tree Atwater-R ...

                                               

Pittsburgh Pirates (disambiguation)

The Pittsburgh Pirates are a professional baseball team. Pittsburgh Allegheny may also refer to: Pittsburgh Allegheny International Association, a minor league baseball team that existed in 1877-1878 Pittsburgh Pirates may also refer to: Pittsbur ...

                                               

Scrap and the Pirates

In the summer Scrap Swedish: Skrållan lives on an island called Seacrow Island. She watches her grandfather Melcher and her father Peter eagerly roofing the house, while her mother Malin hangs up the laundry. Scrap loves her funny grandfather who ...

                                               

Ferilla

The ferilla or firilla is a traditional fishing boat from Malta. It bears similarities to the dgħajsa, but it is of stronger construction. The ferilla developed in the 17th century and it was common until about 1900. Some examples of this boat ty ...

                                               

Islam and slavery

Islam and slavery or Islamic slave trade may refer to: Barbary Slave Trade or the White slave trade by Barbary pirates Slavery in Sultanates of Southeast Asia Sexual slavery in Islam History of slavery in the Muslim world Islamic views on slavery ...

                                               

Going to the Chapel (Comic)

Going to the Chapel is a romantic comedy crime fiction comic book by writer David Pepose and artist Gavin Guidry. Its first issue was published September 2019 by Action Lab Comics. The series follows a conflicted bride whose wedding is taken over ...

                                               

Flathead

The Flathead, or Flathead Indian or Amerindian tribe more formally known as the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Nation The Choctaw, a southeastern Native American group also known as the Flatheads Flathead people, one of t ...