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New Frontier (disambiguation)

A New Frontier, a 1983 album by Borah Bergman "New Frontier" song, a song from Donald Fagens 1982 album The Nightfly New Frontier album, a 1963 album by The Kingston Trio The New Frontier album, a 1993 album by Highway 101

                                               

Call of Cthulhu

"The Call of Ktulu", a track from the Metallica album Ride the Lightning "The Call of Cthulhu", the original 1928 short story by H. P. Lovecraft The Call of Cthulhu film, a 2005 silent film, distributed by the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society C ...

                                               

The Shadow of What Was Lost

The Shadow of What Was Lost is a 2014 Australian high fantasy novel, the debut novel by James Islington. It is the first book in The Licanius Trilogy, followed by An Echo of Things to Come and The Light of All That Falls. In a world formerly rule ...

                                               

Dark Knight

The Dark Knight Coaster, a roller coaster at several Six Flags parks Batman: The Dark Knight roller coaster, a roller coaster at Six Flags New England

                                               

In the Dark

In the Dark The Whigs album 2010 In the Dark - Live at Vicar Street, an album by Josh Ritter 2006 In the Dark, an album by Dutch indie band Face Tomorrow 2008 In the Dark Toots & the Maytals album 1973 In the Dark Grateful Dead album 1987

                                               

Darkness and Light

Darkness and Light or Light and Darkness may refer to: Darkness of the Light, a 2007 Peter David novel, the first book of The Hidden Earth series Light and Darkness novel, an unfinished novel by Soseki Natsume Darkness and Light film, a film by T ...

                                               

Darkness Visible

Darkness Visible, a phrase from Miltons poem Paradise Lost, may refer to: Darkness Visible memoir, a 1989 memoir by U.S. writer William Styron Darkness Visible, a 2017 comic series, created by Arvind Ethan David and Mike Carey Darknesse Visible, ...

                                               

Dark side

Dark side is the portion of the Earth or other planetary body, characterized by darkness that faces away and opposite to the direction of sunlight/starlight defined by the terminator line. Dark side, Dark Side or Darkside may also refer to:

                                               

Queen of Air and Darkness

Queen of Air and Darkness, a character in the novel War for the Oaks by Emma Bull A character in a poem from A. E. Housmans Last Poems Stanza III 1922 Andais, a character in the Merry Gentry novel series by Laurell K. Hamilton Title of the charac ...

                                               

Dark elf

Dark elf may refer to: Drow, or dark elves, a fictional subrace of elves in Dungeons & Dragons Dokkalfar or dark elves, a type of elf in Norse mythology. Moriquendi, a fictional race of elves in J. R. R. Tolkiens legendarium The Dark Elf Trilogy, ...

                                               

Alone in the Dark (disambiguation)

Alone in the Dark 1982 film, a 1982 horror movie featuring Jack Palance, Donald Pleasence, and Martin Landau Alone in the Dark 2008 video game Alone in the Dark 1978 film, or Solos en la madrugada, a 1978 Spanish movie directed by Jose Luis Garci ...

                                               

Dark Carnival

Dark Carnival may refer to: Dark Carnival novel, the fourteenth book in the Deathlands series "Dark Carnival", episode 4, map 9 in the FPS video game Blood Dark Carnival, a Detroit band whose members included Niagara, Ron Asheton, and Scott Ashet ...

                                               

Snowblind

"Snow Blind", a song by Ace Frehley from the album Ace Frehley "Snowblind" Styx song "Snowblind" Black Sabbath song "Snowblind", a song by Au5 featuring Tasha Baxter, released on Monstercat "Snowblind", a Song by Aviators from his album Building ...

                                               

Tomodachi

Tamodachi/Tomodachi is a Japanese word meaning "friend". It can also refer to: Songs "Tomodachi", a song by Milk & Bone "Tomodachi e Say What You Will", a song by SMAP "Tomodachi", a song by Maaya Sakamoto released with the song "Yakusoku wa Iran ...

                                               

Eulalie (disambiguation)

Eulalie Spence 1894-1981, a black, female writer, teacher, actress and playwright from the British West Indies Eulalie Jensen 1884-1952, an American actress Eulalie Piccard, a Russian-Swiss novelist, translator and teacher Eulalie Minfred Banks 1 ...

                                               

Ruth Clayton

Ruth Clayton was a lecturer and researcher with an international reputation in eye research at the University of Edinburgh in the Institute of Animal Genetics. She was one of a group of scientists who joined the Institute at a time when it was le ...

                                               

Leuven Vulgate

The Leuven Vulgate or Hentenian Bible is an edition of the Vulgate which was edited by Hentenius and published in Louvain in 1547. This edition was republished several times, and in 1574 a revised edition was published. The 1583 edition of the Le ...

                                               

Greek Bible

Greek Bible may refer to: the Septuagint, a Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible the Old Testament Bible translations into Greek Greek New Testament, an original Greek version of the New Testament the Patriarchal Text, published in 1904 by the E ...

                                               

Miss Virginia (film)

Miss Virginia is an 2019 American drama film directed by R.J. Daniel Hanna and starring Uzo Aduba in a title role as a struggling inner-city mother who sacrifices everything to give her son a good education. Supporting cast include Matthew Modine ...

                                               

Welcome to the Jungle (disambiguation)

Welcome to the Jungle comics, a prequel to Jim Butchers The Dresden Files book series, 2008 Welcome to the Jungle: New Positions in Black Cultural Studies, a book by Kobena Mercer, 1994

                                               

Concrete jungle

"Concrete Jungle", by Big Youth from Screaming Target, 1973 "Concrete Jungle", by The Specials from The Specials, 1979 "In the Jungle Concrete Jungle", by The Motels from the soundtrack of the film Teachers, 1984 "Concrete Jungle" Black Label Soc ...

                                               

Jumanji (disambiguation)

Jumanji is a 1995 American fantasy adventure film about a supernatural board game, which makes wild animals and other jungle hazards materialize upon each players move. Jumanji may also refer to: Jumanji franchise, a media franchise developed fro ...

                                               

Tarzan (disambiguation)

Tarzan the Ape Man 1932 film, starring Johnny Weissmuller Tarzan musical, a 2006 Disney Broadway musical Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, a 1984 British film Tarzan, the Ape Man 1981 film, starring Bo Derek and Miles OKeeffe Tar ...

                                               

Dawn patrol

The Dawn Patrol, a blog by American author Dawn Eden Dawn Patrol, a 2008 novel by Don Winslow

                                               

The Ghost of Skinny Jack

A girl and her older brother are at their grandmother house, who always tells them ghost stories. They love to hear the story of Skinny Jack. Skinny Jack was a servant who loved to do pranks. One night Skinny Jack disguised himself as a ghost to ...

                                               

Gregory Diaz IV

Gregory Diaz IV is an American actor, singer and dancer. He is in the Warner Bros. feature musical In the Heights. which is set for a theatrical release on 18 June 2021.

                                               

Follow the leader

Follow the Leader 1944 film, featuring the East Side Kids Follow the Leader 1930 film, starring Ed Wynn "Follow the Leader" Lost, a 2009 episode of the television series Lost

                                               

John McGovern

Johnny McGovern born 1933, Irish hurler John McGovern American football 1886–1963, American football quarterback for the University of Minnesota John McGovern footballer born 1949, European Cup winning captain

                                               

Famous Fred

Fred, the pet cat of young siblings Sophie and Nick, has recently died. Word gets around in the street and the children and adults remember Fred, who took every opportunity to sleep. Together with their parents, Sophie and Nick bury Fred in the c ...

                                               

Himitsu (disambiguation)

Himitsu, also known as Naoko, is a 1998 novel by Keigo Higashino. Himitsu may also refer to: Himitsu film, 1999 Japanese film based on the novel directed by Yōjirō Takita

                                               

The Wind in the Willows (disambiguation)

The Wind in the Willows is a classic of childrens literature written in 1908 by Kenneth Grahame. It may also refer to: Film adaptations of the book: Mr. Toads Wild Ride: A ride based on the film. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, a 1949 Dis ...

                                               

Paper Chase

Paper Chase or Paperchase may refer to: The Paper Chase, a 1966 memoir by Hal Porter Paperchase, a UK premium stationery retailer operating internationally. Paper Chase game, a racing game

                                               

Witch Mountain

Witch Mountain may refer to: Beyond Witch Mountain 1982, a film sequel to the 1978 film Witch Mountain band, a doom metal band from Portland, Oregon Return from Witch Mountain 1978, a film sequel to the 1975 film Escape to Witch Mountain 1975 fil ...

                                               

Witch Mountain (franchise)

The Witch Mountain franchise consists of American science fiction fantasy-action adventure films, produced by The Walt Disney Company. Based on the 1968 novel, Escape to Witch Mountain by Alexander Key, the films as a whole center around extrater ...

                                               

Hell Hole

Hell Hole, a cave in Santa Cruz, California Hellhole cave, a pit cave in West Virginia Hell Hole Reservoir, an artificial, crescent-shaped lake in the Sierra Nevada mountain range Hell Hole, a series of pools associated with the Popolopen Creek i ...

                                               

Bob Clendenin

Robert Treman Clendenin is an American actor, credited as Bob Clendenin. He is best known for portraying Dr. Tom Gazelian in ABC comedy series Cougar Town and Dr. Paul Zeltzer in the comedy series Scrubs.

                                               

Untitled

Untitled Richard Fleischner artwork at Alewife station, a 1985 public art installation in Massachusetts Untitled Kelly, a 1986 steel sculpture Untitled Hardy, a 1952 fountain and sculpture Untitled The Birth, a 1938 tempera painting by American a ...

                                               

The Famous Five

The Famous Five may refer to: The Famous Five 1978 TV series, a TV adaptation Famous 5: On the Case, an animated series The Famous Five 1995 TV series, another TV adaptation The Famous Five Canada, a group of Canadian women who were proponents in ...

                                               

Clone Wars

Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 TV series, an American animated television series created by Lucasfilm Animation Star Wars: Clone Wars 2003 TV series, an American animated television series set in the Star Wars galaxy Star Wars: The Clone Wars fil ...

                                               

Sugar rush

Sugar Rush UK TV series, a 2005–2006 British television series based on the novel that aired on Channel 4 Sugar Rush novel, a novel by Julie Burchill Sugar Rush 2005 TV series, a 2005–2007 American cooking television program that aired on the Foo ...

                                               

Sitio do Picapau Amarelo

Sitio do Picapau Amarelo may refer to: Sitio do Picapau Amarelo novel series, a Brazilian childrens fantasy novel series written by Monteiro Lobato Sitio do Picapau Amarelo fictional farm, the primary setting for the childrens fantasy novel serie ...

                                               

Finders Keepers

Finders Keepers King novel, a 2015 book by Stephen King Finders-Keepers – Finding and Keeping the Man You Want, a 1976 self-help book written pseudonymously by David Duke as James Konrad and Dorothy Vanderbilt Finders Keepers: The Story of a Man ...

                                               

Silverwing

Silverwing or Silver Wing may refer to: Silverwing novel, the 1997 first novel in the series Silverwing series, a series of childrens novels by Kenneth Oppel Silverwing TV series, a 2003 animated series based on the 1997 novel Silver Wing Service ...

                                               

Dragon Knight

Dragon Knight or The Dragon Knight may refer to: The Dragon Knight novel, the second novel in the series by Gordon R. Dickson Dragon Knight novel series, a series of fantasy novels by Gordon R. Dickson which began in 1976. Dragon Knight III or Kn ...

                                               

Anne of Green Gables (disambiguation)

In films: Anne of Green Gables 1934 film, a 1934 film Anne of Green Gables 1919 film, a 1919 silent film Anne of Green Gables 1985 film, a 1985 film L.M. Montgomerys Anne of Green Gables 2016, a television film directed by John Kent Harrison Anne ...

                                               

Absolute Power

The power held by a leader of an autocracy or dictatorship Omnipotence, unlimited power, as of a deity The power held by the sovereign of an absolute monarchy Lord Actons dictum, "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely"

                                               

101 Dalmatians

101 Dalmatians may refer to: 101 Dalmatian Street, a 2019 television series that focuses on the descendants of Pongo and Perdita. 101 Dalmatians 1996 film, a live-action remake of the 1961 film 101 Dalmatians: The Series, a Disney television seri ...

                                               

LArlesienne

LArlesienne may refer to: LArlesienne film, a 1942 French drama film LArlesienne painting, an 1888 - 1890 series of six paintings by Vincent van Gogh LArlesienne ballet, a 1974 ballet choreographed by Roland Petit to the music of Georges Bizet LA ...

                                               

David J. Schlegel

David James Schlegel is a Senior Scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He earned his Ph.D. in 1995 from the University of California, Berkeley. His earliest research was with Prof. Marc Davis and Douglas Finkbeiner working on du ...

                                               

Information literacies

Information literacies are the multiple literacies individuals may need to function effectively in the global information society. These are distinct from the broad term information literacy.