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Viennese

Viennese may refer to: Viennese cuisine Viennese oboe, a musical instrument Viennese Actionism, a 20th-century art movement Viennese people, List of people from Vienna Viennese Opera Ball in New York, annual event that has been running since 1956 ...

                                               

Fête galante (disambiguation)

Fête galante or Fêtes galantes is a genre of painting depicting the festive amusements of 18th century French aristocrats. Fête galante may also refer to:

                                               

Searchlight (disambiguation)

Searchlight magazine, a British anti-fascist magazine Searchlight album, a 1989 album by Runrig Search-Light, a publication by William George Jordan "Searchlights", a song by Falling Up from the album Dawn Escapes Searchlights album, a 2009 album ...

                                               

Enemigos (song)

Enemigos is a song recorded by Spanish singer Aitana in collaboration with Mexican musical trio Reik. The song, written by Mango, Nabalez, Deluchi, Chris Zadley and the singer herself, was released as the lead single of Aitanas second studio albu ...

                                               

Reyko

The two members of Reyko, Soleil and Igor, are from Spain but are currently based in London. Before forming the duo, Soleil worked as an osteopath, and Igor was a professional tennis player before deciding to pursue a music career. They started w ...

                                               

Rafiel

Nombre Artistico" Rafiel La Voz” Religion: Catolica Nacionalidad: Dominicana Cantante del municipio de Tamboril, residente en Estados Unidos. Plinio Rafael Santana Martinez n acio el 22 de Junio del 1975, en Tamboril Municipio de Santiago de Los ...

                                               

Progressive music (disambiguation)

Progressive pop, originating in the mid-1960s Progressive rock, originating in the late 1960s Progressive folk, originating in the 1930s Progressive jazz, referring to various genres of jazz from the 1940s–70s Art rock, originating in the late 19 ...

                                               

Ben Watson

Ben Watson may refer to: Ben Watson footballer, born July 1985, English footballer with Nottingham Forest Ben Watson music writer born 1957, British Marxist writer on music Ben Watson weightlifter born 1990, British weightlifter Ben Watson politi ...

                                               

Kevin Williams

Kevin Williams may refer to: Kevin Williams wide receiver, born 1971, former American football wide receiver Kevin Williams music producer born 1956, Canadian music producer and audio engineer Kevin Williams author, American author Kevin Williams ...

                                               

Paul Carr

Paul Carr may refer to: Paul H. Carr physicist born 1935, physicist and researcher Paul Carr actor 1934–2006, American character actor Paul H. Carr 1924–1944, U.S. Navy gunners mate and Silver Star recipient Paul Carr rugby league born 1967, rugb ...

                                               

Blue Stars

Blue Stars or Bluestars may refer to: Music Blue Stars Drum and Bugle Corps, from La Crosse, Wisconsin Bluestars album, the first album by Pretty Ricky The Bluestars, a 1960s band from Auckland, New Zealand The Blue Stars, a vocal ensemble led by ...

                                               

MMG

MMG may refer to: Mechanomyogram or mechanomyography, measuring the mechanical signal observable from the surface of a muscle when the muscle is contracted Mick McGinley, Gaelic footballer whose son Paul is the professional golfer Minerals and Me ...

                                               

Longstone

Longstone Rath, a prehistoric ringfort with a standing stone near Cullen, Co. Tipperary, Ireland The Long Stone, a standing stone on Shovel Down, Dartmoor, England Boswens Menhir, Cornwall, England, also known as the Long Stone The Longstones, tw ...

                                               

Thomas Costello

Thomas or Tom Costello may refer to: Tom Costello music hall 1863–1943, British music hall comedian and singer Tom Costello politician, Irish Labour Party politician, mayor of Galway, 2007–2008 Thomas Costello hurler born 1978, Irish hurler from ...

                                               

Peter Ford

Peter Ford may refer to: Peter Ford diplomat born 1947, retired British ambassador to Bahrain and Syria, now lobbyist Peter Ford footballer born 1933, former English footballer Peter Ford Gaelic footballer born 1962, Irish retired sportsperson Pe ...

                                               

Michael Moran

Michael Moran golfer 1886–1918, Irish golfer Mike Moran footballer born 1935, English soccer player Mickey Moran, Gaelic footballer and manager Michael Moran rugby league born 1983, Australian rugby league player

                                               

Derek Smith

Derek Smith may refer to: Derek Smith television producer, for the BBC Derek V. Smith, CEO of ChoicePoint Derek Smith, known as Derek Lee Rock, American drummer Derek Smith footballer, born 1946, footballer for Tranmere Rovers Derek Smith basketb ...

                                               

Chris Stewart

Chris Stewart, former lead guitarist for the rock band Black Veil Brides Chris Stewart born 1946, Northern Irish bass player and session musician associated with Eire Apparent and Spooky Tooth Chris Stewart author born 1950, former member drummer ...

                                               

Michael Clarke

Michael Clarke or Mike Clarke may refer to: Michael Clarke Canadian politician Michael Clarke musician 1946–1993, American musician Michael Clarke Australian politician 1915–2002, member of the Victorian Legislative Council Michael Clarke ornitho ...

                                               

SVD

Singular-value decomposition, in mathematics, a factorization of a matrix into the product of a unitary matrix, a diagonal matrix, and another unitary matrix

                                               

Whistle Down the Wind

Whistle Down the Wind 1989 musical, an adaptation by Richard Taylor and Russell Labey, based on the novel and film of the same name Whistle Down the Wind, a 1996 adaptation by Andrew Lloyd Webber, based on the film of the same name

                                               

Whistle Stop

A whistle stop is a stopping point at which trains stop only on request. Whistle Stop or Whistle-Stop may also refer to: "Whistle-Stop", a song by Roger Miller from the 1973 Disney film Robin Hood "Whistle Stop", a 2010 episode of In Plain Sight ...

                                               

Whistling in the Dark

Whistling in the Dark may refer to: Whistling in the Dark: In Pursuit of the Nightingale, a 1993 book by Richard Mabey Whistling in The Dark, a 2008 album by Hank Wangford & The Lost Cowboys Whistling in the Dark, a 2006 album by Terry Garland "W ...

                                               

Whistling Bullets

Whistling Bullets is a 1937 American Western film directed by John English and written by Joseph ODonnell. The film stars Kermit Maynard, Harley Wood, Maston Williams, Karl Hackett, Jack Ingram, Bruce Mitchell and James Sheridan. The film was rel ...

                                               

Square One (single album)

Square One is the first single album by South Korean girl group Blackpink. It was released digitally on August 8, 2016 by YG Entertainment and distributed by KT Music. The lyrics were written by Teddy Park, Bekuh Boom and iKONs B.I while the musi ...

                                               

Heartbreaker

Heartbreaker, a novel by Julie Garwood Heartbreakers, a comic book series published by Dark Horse Comics, IDW Publishing, and Image Comics Heartbreaker, 2018 novel by Claudia Dey

                                               

Gimp

Gimp gaming, weak game character Gimp sadomasochism, a sexual submissive dressed generally in a bondage suit Gimplord overlord, popularised by Chris Kelly in the early twentieth century for being a big gimp

                                               

Andrew Beck (musician)

Andrew Colin Beck is an American artist and musician. He was an early member of Imagine Dragons, currently a member of Day Sounds, and also maintains a career as an illustrator.

                                               

RDM

RDM may stand for: In business: Rheinmetall Denel Munition, Military technology group - Germany. Rheinmetall Denel Munition South Africa, Military technology group - South Africa. Robust decision-making, a framework that helps identify and evalua ...

                                               

Navy Civilian Service Commendation Medal

The Navy Civilian Service Commendation Medal is awarded to Department of the Navy and U.S. Marine Corps civilians who distinguish themselves by performing well above that which is usually expected of an individual commensurate with his or her gra ...

                                               

Happy (Taeyeon song)

Happy is a song recorded by South Korean singer Taeyeon, set to be released as a digital single originally on March 9, 2020 but postponed to May 4, 2020 by SM Entertainment. It is a pop song that reinterprets old school doo-wop and R&B with a ...

                                               

Its About T.I.M.E.

Its About T.I.M.E. is the third studio album by Onyx member Sticky Fingaz, released on February 14, 2019 through Major Independents. The album is available only on Stickys own website. The album was released as a "digital album movie" and is acco ...

                                               

2K

Will 2K, see Willennium, Will Smiths second solo studio album 2K Sports Mixtape 2006, hosted By Clinton Sparks; produced by Dan the Automator Crazy 2K Tour, see.Baby One More Time Tour by Britney Spears 2K band, also known as The KLF

                                               

Jimmy ONeal

Jimmy ONeal is an American painter known for large-scale installations of abstract reflective paintings. His work is often experimental, interactive, and inclusive of other media, and is sometimes derived from technological innovations such as an ...

                                               

LA Monster

LA Monster is an upcoming song by American recording artists Kanye West and Dr. Dre from their collaborative album Jesus Is King Part II. The song was initially intended for Wests ninth studio album Jesus Is King and previewed during listening pa ...

                                               

Climate zones on Pluto

The dwarf planet Pluto has an unusual set of climate zones, due to its atypical axial configuration. Five climate zones are assigned on the dwarf planet: tropics, arctic, tropical arctic, diurnal, and polar. These climate zones are delineated bas ...

                                               

Black Cloud (disambiguation)

Black Cloud may refer to: Black Cloud, a 2017–2018 comic book series published by Image Comics "Black Cloud", a song by Pink Floyd keyboard player Richard Wright on the 1996 album Broken China "Black Cloud", a song by Morrissey on the 2009 album ...

                                               

Rogues gallery (disambiguation)

Rogues Gallery 1944 film, a film directed by Albert Herman Operation: Endgame, a 2010 film originally titled The Rogues Gallery Rogues Gallery 1968 film, a film directed by Leonard J. Horn

                                               

Android 11

Android 11 is the upcoming eleventh major release and the 18th version of the Android mobile operating system. Alphabetical release names for major Android versions were discontinued as of Android 10; therefore the OS was immediately branded as " ...

                                               

Paz Vizla

Paz Vizla is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise who appears in the Disney+ television series The Mandalorian. He is a member of a tribe of Mandalorian warriors along with the shows protagonist, who is known simply as "The Mandaloria ...

                                               

Fuser (video game)

Fuser is an upcoming rhythm game developed by Harmonix and published by NCSoft. It is planned for release in the latter part of 2020 for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

                                               

Virgilio Climaco Damasio

Virgilio Climaco Damasio was a Brazilian Physician and Politician. He was governor of Bahia on two occasions.

                                               

Count of Baños

Count of Baños is an hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain accompanied by the dignity of Grandee, granted in 1621 by Philip IV to Sancho Martinez de Leyva, iure uxoris Marquess of Leyva and knight of the Order of Santiago.

                                               

Duke of Montellano

Duke of Montellano is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, accompanied by the dignity of Grandee and granted in 1705 by Philip V to Jose de Solis, Count of Montellano, Adelantado of Yucatan and descendant of Francisco de Montejo. It makes ...

                                               

Duke of San Pedro de Galatino

Duke of San Pedro de Galatino is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain accompanied by the dignity of Grandee, granted in 1621 by Philip IV to Juan Bautista Spinola, a Genoese nobleman. The name makes reference to the town of Galatina in Pugl ...

                                               

Lord of Higuera de Vargas

Lord of Higuera de Vargas is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain accompanied by the dignity of Grandee, granted in 1390 by John I to Alonso Fernandez de Vargas. The title makes reference to Higuera de Vargas, a town in Badajoz.

                                               

Back to Me (Lindsay Lohan song)

Back to Me is a song recorded by American actress and singer Lindsay Lohan for her upcoming third studio album. It was co-written by Alma Miettinen, Chiara Hunter and Mark Ralph, and produced by Ralph. The song, which was Lohans first single in t ...

                                               

Nasty Gal (album)

Nasty Gal is the third and final studio album by American funk musician Betty Davis. It was released in 1975 on Island Records and was Daviss first album on a major label. It failed commercially upon release, and after the failure of this album I ...

                                               

Shocka

Kenneth Erhahon, better known by his stage name Shocka, is a rapper and grime MC from Tottenham, London. He gained recognition for being one/third of Grime collective Marvell alongside Double S and Vertex. After dealing with mental health issues ...

                                               

Detroit News Orchestra

The Detroit News Orchestra was the worlds first radio orchestra, first broadcasting in 1922. It was composed of already-distinguished members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, broadcasting from radio station WWJ in Detroit, Michigan. The orchest ...