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Centralia

Centralia, Illinois Centralia, California, a place in Sacramento County Centralia, Illinois Amtrak station Centralia, Missouri Centralia, Iowa Centralia Massacre Missouri, an event in Missouri during the American Civil War in 1864 Centralia, Kans ...

                                               

Scranton Fire Department

The Scranton Fire Department provides fire protection, rescue services, hazardous materials mitigation, to the City of Scranton, Pennsylvania. The department used volunteer fire companies throughout its history and was established as a career fir ...

                                               

Stratford Town Hall

In the mid-19th century the local council had met at Rokeby House in Broadway. The new building, which was designed by John Giles and Lewis Angell in the Italianate style was completed in 1869. The design involved a tower which was 30.5 metres 10 ...

                                               

Maclay Hoyne

Thomas Maclay Hoyne II was an American politician and lawyer. As a Democrat, from 1912 through 1920, Hoyne served as Cook County States Attorney. Hoyne also ran as an independent candidate in the 1919 Chicago mayoral election.

                                               

Lame Deer (disambiguation)

Lame Deer was the Miniconjou Lakota leader during the Great Sioux War of 1876 Lame Deer may also refer to: Archie Fire Lame Deer 1935–2001, son of John Fire Lame Deer, subject of Gift of Power: the life and teachings of a Lakota medicine man by R ...

                                               

Snark

Snark Lewis Carroll, a fictional animal species in Lewis Carrolls The Hunting of the Snark 1876 Znrx, a race of fictional aliens in Marvel Comics publications, commonly referred to as "Snarks" A fictional creature from the book series A Song of I ...

                                               

No. 4 Engine House

No. 4 Engine House is a historic fire station building in Racine, Wisconsin, built in 1888 in a High Victorian Italianate style. It is located in the north-central part of the city, at the corner of Lincoln Street and Barker Street. The cream bri ...

                                               

Municipality of Broad Arrow

The Municipality of Broad Arrow was a local government area in Western Australia centred on the mining town of Broad Arrow. It was established on 26 February 1897, following local agitation from the Broad Arrow Progress Committee. The first elect ...

                                               

M1904

M1904 may refer to: M1904 saddle, variant of the McClellan saddle M1904 carbine, variant of the Krag-Jorgensen bolt-action rifle M1904 model of the Maxim gun F135 Mount Telescope variants M1904A1 and M1904A1M1, see List of U.S. Army fire control ...

                                               

Jack Green

Jack Green footballer, born 1919 1919–1981, Australian rules footballer for Collingwood John Green guard 1924–1981, American football player and coach known as "Jack" Jack Green footballer, born 1947, Australian rules footballer for Collingwood J ...

                                               

Winner takes all

Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World by Anand Giridharadas Winner-Take-All Politics, by Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson The Winner-Take-All Society: Why the Few at the Top Get So Much More Than the Rest of Us, by economist R ...

                                               

Daywalker

a designation for vampires or half vampires who are not vulnerable to sunlight Vampire Princess Miyu Hazuki, main character in the Japanese anime and manga series Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase Vampire Blade a designation for Marvel Comics characters Blad ...

                                               

Mannequin (disambiguation)

Mannequin 1987 film, a comedy starring Andrew McCarthy and Kim Cattrall Mannequin 1937 film, a drama starring Joan Crawford and Spencer Tracy Mannequin Two: On the Move 1991 film, sequel to the 1987 film, starring Kristy Swanson Mannequin 1933 fi ...

                                               

Perishable Goods

Perishable Goods is a 1928 novel by the English author Dornford Yates, the second in his Chandos thriller series and a sequel to Blind Corner. The story features the recurrent characters Richard Chandos, Jonathan Mansel and George Hanbury, with t ...

                                               

Hotel Adams

The Hotel Adams was a luxury hotel in Phoenix, Arizona. Built in 1896, the hotel burned to the ground in 1910. The blaze left two people dead and the territorial governor of Arizona homeless. The hotel was rebuilt on the same location and implode ...

                                               

Kanimbla / Kurra-Ba and Kosciusko

Kanimbla and Kosciusko were two similar "K-class" ferries on Sydney Harbour. Launched in 1910 and 1911 respectively, the two timber-hulled steamers were built for Sydney Ferries Limited during the boom in cross-harbour ferry travel prior to the o ...

                                               

March to the Sea

A rough, but commonly used, translation for the Greek term katabasis Shermans March to the Sea during the American Civil War Salt March or Gandhis march to the sea, 1930

                                               

WKZX (Maine)

WKZX was a radio station broadcasting on 950 AM in Presque Isle, Maine, that operated from 1932 to 1991. It was the first radio station in Presque Isle, broadcasting under the call letters WAGM from its inception until 1981.

                                               

Pstraze

Pstraze is a abandoned village in Poland, in Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in Boleslawiec County, Gmina Boleslawiec. The village is placed 20 km from the city of Boleslawiec. There is Bobr river going through the village. From 1975 to 1998 in Jelen ...

                                               

Cocoanut Grove

Coconut Grove Metrorail station, serving the above location Coconut Grove, a neighborhood in Miami Coconut Grove, Northern Territory, Australia, a suburb of Darwin, Northern Territory

                                               

Charles Middleton

Charles Middleton may refer to: Charles Middleton actor 1874–1949, known for his portrayal of Ming the Merciless Charles Middleton cricketer 1868–1938, English cricketer Charlie Middleton footballer 1910–1984, English footballer Charles G. Middle ...

                                               

Alvis

Alvis may refer to: Alvis Fire Emblem, a character in the game Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu Alvis plc formerly United Scientific Holdings plc, a defence contractor which acquired Alvis Cars and became the UKs largest armoured vehicle manufacturer ...

                                               

Narbahadur Thapa

Naik Narbahadur Thapa, AC was a soldier in Indian Army who was awarded with the first ever peacetime military decoration Award" Ashoka Chakra”. He was the first person among the two to receive it for the first time.

                                               

Tanker

LNG carrier, a ship designed for transporting liquefied natural gas Oil tanker, also known as a petroleum tanker Chemical tanker, a type of tanker designed to transport chemicals in bulk Tanker ship, a ship designed to carry bulk liquids Tanker, ...

                                               

Blood and Fire

Blood and Fire may refer to: "Blood & Fire", a song by Niney the Observer "Blood & Fire", a song by Type O Negative from Bloody Kisses Blood and Fire film, a 1945 Swedish film "Blood and Fire", a song by the Indigo Girls from Indigo Girls Blood a ...

                                               

Brimstone

Brimstone is an alternative name for sulphur, or sulfur. It may also refer to: Fire and brimstone, an expression of signs of Gods wrath in the Bible, or a style of Christian preaching that uses vivid descriptions of judgment and eternal damnation ...

                                               

Moment of Truth

"Moment of Truth", a 2004 song by Damageplan from album, New Found Power "The Moment of Truth" Survivor song, a 1984 song by Survivor, part of the soundtrack for The Karate Kid "Moment of Truth", a 1971 song by Earth, Wind & Fire from eponymous album

                                               

Fortune Is a Woman (novel)

Fortune Is a Woman is a 1952 thriller novel by the British writer Winston Graham. An insurance investigator investigation a fire at a manor house, becomes involved with a married woman who might be guilty of fraud.

                                               

Fire in the Blood

Fire in the Blood may refer to: Fire in the Blood, 1990 single by British band Matt Bianco Fire in the Blood 2013 film, documentary film Fire in the Blood, UK title of 1954 French film La Rage au corps Brimstone Angels: Fire in the Blood, title o ...

                                               

Ceasefire (disambiguation)

A ceasefire is a temporary stoppage of a war in which each side agrees with the other to suspend aggressive actions. Cease Fire or Ceasefire may also refer to:

                                               

Fire and Ashes

Fire and Ashes, book on forest fires by John N. Maclean 2003 Fire and Ashes, book on cricket by Duncan Hamilton journalist 2009 Fire and Ashes, book on politics by Michael Ignatieff 2013

                                               

Im on Fire (disambiguation)

Im on Fire is a 1984 song and the fourth single of Bruce Springsteens album Born in the USA. Im on Fire may also refer to: "Im on Fire" Dwight Twilley Band song, 1975 "Im on Fire" a song from Mystikals 1998 album, Ghetto Fabulous "Im on Fire", a ...

                                               

OV1-1

Orbiting Vehicle 1-1, was the first satellite in the OV1 iteration of the United States Air Forces Orbiting Vehicle program. OV1-1 was an American Earth science research satellite designed to measure radiation, micrometeoroid density, and magneti ...

                                               

Peter Warner

Peter Warner is a ships captain who discovered six Tongan youths marooned on a Pacific island in 1966, more than a year after they had been presumed dead.

                                               

Home Again

Home Again 2012 film, a Canadian drama directed by Sudz Sutherland Home Again TV series, a 2006 British sitcom Home Again 2017 film, an American romantic comedy directed by Hallie Meyers-Shyer "Home Again" The X-Files, a television episode Bob Vi ...

                                               

Jeannie Seely (1969 album)

Jeannie Seely is a studio album by American country artist Jeannie Seely. Her fifth studio release, the album was issued in April 1969 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. The record was Seelys first with the Decca label after recor ...

                                               

Fire and Water

"Fire and Water" Stargate SG-1, an episode of the television series Stargate SG-1 Fire and Water Lexx, a location in the TV series Lexx "Fire + Water" Lost, a 2006 episode of the television series Lost

                                               

Fire and Brimstone

Fire and brimstone is an idiomatic expression of Gods wrath in the Bible. Fire and Brimstone may refer to: Music "Fire and Brimstone", a song by David Blake performed by rapper DJ Quik on the 2011 album The Book of David "Fire and Brimstone", a s ...

                                               

Fire and Blood

Fire and Blood may refer to: Fire and Blood: A History of Mexico, a 1973 book by T. R. Fehrenbach "Fire and Blood" Game of Thrones, a 2011 episode of Game of Thrones Fire and Blood Manowar, a 1998 music DVD by Manowar Fire & Blood novel, a book b ...

                                               

Fire in the Sky (disambiguation)

"Fire in the Sky", a song by Ozzy Osbourne, from the 1988 album No Rest for the Wicked "Fire in the Sky", a song by John Butler Trio, from the 2007 album Grand National Fire in the Sky album, a 1992 album by Half Japanese "Fire in the Sky" filk s ...

                                               

Friendly Fire

Friendly Fire 1979 film, a television film Friendly Fire TV series, a 2012 Hong Kong modern serial drama Friendly Fire 2006 film, a film by Sean Lennon and Michele Civetta

                                               

Fire It Up

Fire It Up may refer to: "Turn It Up" Remix/"Fire It Up", a 1998 rap song from rapper Busta Rhymes "Fire It Up" Johnny Reid song, the title track Fire It Up Rick James album, 1979, and the title track "Fire It Up" Thousand Foot Krutch song "Fire ...

                                               

Field of fire

Field of fire weaponry, the area around a or several weapon that can be reached by the bullets, shells, arrows, or other projectiles from the weapons

                                               

Ice and Fire

Ice and Fire, a 1988 novel in the Deathlands series by Laurence James Ice and Fire, a 1986 novel by Andrea Dworkin A Song of Ice and Fire, a series of fantasy novels by George R. R. Martin

                                               

Firestick

Part of a meditative ritual in the Kaivalya Upanishad A ceremonial pole The parents of the god Agni An historical time for the Athi people A symbol of the goddess Vesta

                                               

Into the Fire

Into the Fire 1988 film, a 1988 thriller film directed by Graeme Campbell Into the Fire 1989 film, a 1989 Hong Kong film produced by Sammo Hung 71: Into the Fire, a 2010 Korean War film directed by John H. Lee Into the Fire 2007 film, a 2007 docu ...

                                               

Rapid Fire

Rapid Fire 1989 film, a 1989 American action film by David A. Prior Rapid Fire 1992 film, a 1992 American action film starring Brandon Lee Rapid Fire 2006 film, a 2006 action television film

                                               

Channel Tunnel fire

Channel Tunnel fire may refer to several small and large HGV fires which have occurred whilst being transported through the Channel Tunnel since its opening in 1994. As of 2015 all were caused by lorries carried on the heavy goods vehicle shuttle ...

                                               

KFX

KFX program, a computer program Kameleon FireEx KFX, a computational fluid dynamics simulation program focusing on gas dispersion and fire simulation. KFX, a proprietary ebook format for the Amazon Kindle

                                               

2019–20 Bangladesh Premier League Final

The 2020 Bangladesh Premier League Final was a day/night Twenty20 cricket played between Khulna Tigers Rajshahi Royals on 17 January 2020 at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka to determine the winner of the 2019–20 Bangladesh Premi ...