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Sarah Longfield

Sarah Longfield is an American YouTuber, musician, and multi-instrumentalist based in Madison, Wisconsin. She is known for her unique two-handed tapping playstyle and use of an eight-string guitar.

                                               

Daniela Andrade

Daniela Andrade is a Honduran-Canadian singer and songwriter. She started posting videos on YouTube of her covering songs from Beyonce, Nirvana and Edith Piaf in 2008. She has 1.86 million subscribers and over 286 million views total on the site. ...

                                               

I Am Angela

I Am Angela is a 2018 adult documentary film on the career of Angela White, widely considered the best pornographic actress of all-time. The film released on December 24, 2018.

                                               

Foodgasm

Foodgasm is a neologism that indicates a pleasurable and euphoric feeling of satisfaction that occurs during the consumption of particularly amazing and delicious foods: this pleasure is sometimes accompanied by vocal noises and a variety of faci ...

                                               

Unnatural

The Unnaturals, a 1969 Italian-West German gothic horror film directed and written by Antonio Margheriti. Alraune 1952 film, also known as Unnatural, a West German science fiction horror film

                                               

Fernwood

Canada Fernwood, Halifax, a Gothic Revival–style villa designated as a National Historic Site of Canada Fernwood, Greater Victoria, a neighbourhood of Victoria, British Columbia South Africa Fernwood, a suburb in Somerset West United Kingdom Fern ...

                                               

Baphomet (disambiguation)

Baphomet is a demonic image used in occult and historical references. Baphomet may also refer to: Sigil of Baphomet, the official insignia of the Church of Satan Statue of Baphomet, a bronze sculpture commissioned by The Satanic Temple for potent ...

                                               

PGM

Phosphoglucomutase, an enzyme that interconverts G6P and G1P Platinum group metals, six metallic elements grouped together on the periodic table of the elements probabilistic graphical model, which can be directed or undirected Phosphoglycerate m ...

                                               

The Motorcycle Diaries

The Motorcycle Diaries may refer to: The Motorcycle Diaries soundtrack, the soundtrack from the above movie The Motorcycle Diaries film, a 2004 film based on Guevaras memoir The Motorcycle Diaries book, a 1952 memoir by Che Guevara, first publish ...

                                               

Aviator (disambiguation)

The Aviator 1929 film, a comedy film considered lost The Aviator 1985 film, an adventure film starring Christopher Reeve The Aviator 2004 film, a biopic based on the life of entrepreneur Howard Hughes

                                               

Six days

6 Day Race Six Days in Fallujah, video game Six-day racing, cycling event Six Days of Grenoble Six Days of Ghent International Six Days Enduro, enduro motorcycling competition with national teams

                                               

Street Fighter (disambiguation)

Street Fighter soundtrack, the original soundtrack for the film Street Fighter 1994 film, a live-action film based on the video games Street Fighter 1992 film, an unlicenced animated film based on the video games Street Fighter II: The Animated M ...

                                               

Dollar (disambiguation)

Dollar Academy, a school in Dollar Dollar, Clackmannanshire, a town in Scotland Dollar, Ontario, Canada, a former community Dollar Law, a hill in Scotland Dollar Lake disambiguation, various lakes in the United States Dollar, Alabama, an unincorp ...

                                               

Iron horse (disambiguation)

Iron Horse, a neighborhood in Tucson, Arizona Iron Horse, California Iron Horse Expansion Historic District, on the National Register of Historic Places in Pima County, Arizona Iron Horse State Park, a trail in Washington Iron Horse Trail disambi ...

                                               

Brooklyn Community Pride Center

Brooklyn Community Pride Center is a 501 nonprofit LGBTQ+ community center in Brooklyn, New York. Incorporated in 2008, it was the first LGBTQ+ center in Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

                                               

Bonehead

Bonehead can refer to: As a derogatory term: White power skinhead used by punk rockers and Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice In arts and entertainment: Bone Head, a 1997 album by the band Half Japanese Bonehead, a character in various comic film ...

                                               

Redskin (disambiguation)

Redskin is a term referring to Native Americans in the United States and Canadas First Nations. Redskin or Redskins may also refer to: Other sports teams named Redskins Washington Redskins, a professional American football team The Redskins, a 19 ...

                                               

War zone

War Zone, the second hour of the WWFs weekly show Raw is War from 1997-2001 "War Zone" Angel, a 2000 episode of the television series Angel "War Zone" Crusade, the pilot episode of the television series Crusade Punisher: War Zone, a 2008 film bas ...

                                               

Finishing school (disambiguation)

Finishing school is a type of private school for girls that emphasizes cultural studies and prepares its students especially for social activities. Finishing school may also refer to:

                                               

Double Negative

Double Negative album, 2018 album by Low Double Negative VFX, former name of DNEG, a London-based visual effects facility Double Negative band, hardcore punk band based in North Carolina Double Negative, 2004 album by The Muffins Double Negative ...

                                               

Mysterion

Mysterion may refer to: Track #10 on CD#6 of Dreamscapes, compilation by synthpop band Alphaville Durand Mysterion, stage name of Ron Easley, guitarist with Tav Falcos Panther Burns Greek term for Sacred mysteries of Christianity Custom car by "B ...

                                               

Abigail (disambiguation)

Abigail was the wife of King David. Abigail may also refer to: Abigail singer, English dance musician and singer Cyclone Abigail Abigail name, a feminine given name and a surname Abigail mother of Amasa Annette Abigael Hamilton 1806–1879, Norwegi ...

                                               

Soulless

Soulless may refer to: Soulless gene, a historic name for PHOX2A, a human transcription factor Soulless novel, a 2009 steampunk novel by Gail Carriger Soulless album, a 1994 album by metal band Grave Soulless film, a 2012 film Soulless: The Manga ...

                                               

Lost Colony (disambiguation)

Lost Colony may refer to: Roanoke Colony, the first English colony in the New World which was abandoned and the colonists never found Lost Colony play, a long running play based on the history of Roanoke Colony Fort Raleigh National Historic Site ...

                                               

Damnation (disambiguation)

Damnation is the concept of divine punishment and torment in an afterlife for actions that were committed on Earth. Damnation may also refer to:

                                               

Margate (disambiguation)

Margate, Florida, United States Margate, Tasmania, Australia Margate, KwaZulu-Natal, a seaside resort on the south coast of KwaZulu-Natal, in South Africa Margate, Queensland, Australia Margate, Prince Edward Island, Canada Margate City, New Jers ...

                                               

Steampunk (disambiguation)

Steampunk is a subgenre of speculative fiction or science fiction that emphasizes anachronistic technology, usually from the Victorian era. It is also used to refer to a trend in fashion and music. Steampunk may also refer to:

                                               

Pax Britannica (disambiguation)

Pax Britannica was a period of relative peace in Europe 1815–1914. Pax Britannica may also refer to: Pax Britannica, the title of the middle volume of the Pax Britannica Trilogy by British author Jan Morris Pax Britannica, a novel in the series b ...

                                               

I Want a Brother or Sister

I Want a Brother or Sister, also Thats My Baby is a childrens book written by Astrid Lindgren. It is about Peter and his sister Lena, who later appeared in the book I Want to Go to School Too.

                                               

Nasty Little Beasts

Nasty Little Beasts is a 2007 childrens horror short-story collection by British author Jamie Rix. It was the first book published by Orion in the Grizzly Tales book series, which is continuation/reboot of the book series Grizzly Tales for Grueso ...

                                               

CPR (disambiguation)

Cytochrome P450 reductase, an enzyme Classification of Pharmaco-Therapeutic Referrals, a taxonomy to define situations requiring a referral from pharmacists to physicians Candidate phyla radiation, bacteria precursors. Cursor Position Report, an ...

                                               

Power Drive

Mid-America Power Drives Manufacturing & Distributing, an American on-and-off highway mobile equipment manufacturer Universal Power Drives, a British truck and car manufacturer

                                               

Lost Vegas: Tim Burton

Lost Vegas: Tim Burton was an art exhibition by Tim Burton at the Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada in the United States. The exhibition ran from October 15, 2019 through February 15, 2020. It was Burtons first American exhibition since 2009.

                                               

Myth (disambiguation)

Myth is a folklore genre consisting of narratives that play a fundamental role in society. Subsets include: Creation myth, symbolic narrative of how the world began and how people first came to inhabit it Origin myth, which purports to describe t ...

                                               

Demigod (disambiguation)

A demigod is a half human and half godlike being. Demigod may also refer to: In music Demigodz, an underground hip-hop super group which originated in Connecticut "Demigod", a song from Demonic Art by Darkane Demigod band, a Finnish death metal b ...

                                               

Datacomputer

The Datacomputer was an ARPANET-connected database system supported by the Computer Corporation of America in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was intended as a computing utility sharing resources among multiple ARPA projects, in particular in seismo ...

                                               

Lepanto

Lepanto, Greece, medieval Italian name of Nafpaktos Battle of Lepanto, 1571 Lepanto Rome Metro, an underground station Lepanto, a sub-province in the former province of Lepanto-Bontoc, Philippines Mount Lepanto, Antarctica Lepanto, Arkansas, Unit ...

                                               

Subterranean

Subterranean Press, an American small press publisher Subterranean novel, a novel by James Rollins The Subterraneans, a novella by Jack Kerouac Subterranean Magazine, an American fantasy, horror and science fiction magazine

                                               

Bostran era

The Bostran era was a calendar era with an epoch corresponding to 22 March 106 AD. It was the official era of the Roman province of Arabia Petraea, introduced to replace dating by regnal years after the Roman annexation of the Nabataean Kingdom. ...

                                               

Gandhara (disambiguation)

Gandhara was an ancient kingdom in north-western South Asia, which existed until the 6th century CE. Gandhara may also refer to: Gandhara Kingdom, the kingdom as described in the Hindu epics Gandhara moth, a genus of moths Gandhara grave culture, ...

                                               

Melqart stele

The Melqart stele, also known as the Ben-Hadad or Bir-Hadad stele is an Aramaic stele which was first published in 1939. The Old Aramaic inscription is known as KAI 201; its five lines reads: The stele which Bir-Hadad, son of Ezer, the Damascene, ...

                                               

Alexander and Euphemia Ritchie

Alexander Ritchie 1856–1941 and Euphemia Ritchie 1862–1941 met at the Glasgow School of Art, marrying in 1898. They then moved to the island of Iona and opened a shop and silversmithing workshop. Their business was successful. The couple eventual ...

                                               

Butana Group

The Butana Group was a prehistoric, neolithic culture in the eastern part of modern Sudan, that flourished from the fourth to the early third millennium BC. The Butana Group is mainly known from its pottery that is often decorated with incised li ...

                                               

Gash Group

The Gash Group is a neolithic, prehistoric culture that flourished around 3000 to 1800 BC in Eritrea and the Eastern Sudan. It was followed by the Jebel Mokram Group. The name Gash relates to the river in Eritrea with the same name. This culture ...

                                               

Group C (disambiguation)

Group C may refer to: Group C Nubia, archaeological culture in Nubia Sudan Group C Australia, to either of two sets of regulations for use in Australian touring car racing from 1965 to 1984 2002 FIFA World Cup Group C Group C, a category of motor ...

                                               

Komarov culture

The Komarov culture was a Bronze Age culture which flourished along the middle Dniester from 1500 BC to 1200 BC. Few settlements from the Komarov culture have been found. One settlement at Komarov, from which the culture is named, contained twent ...

                                               

Cyberpunk (disambiguation)

Cyberpunk is a literary subgenre of science fiction. Cyberpunk may also refer to: Cyberpunk 2077, a role-playing video game announced in 2012, also written by Mike Pondsmith and based on the original tabletop game, developed by CD Projekt Red GUR ...

                                               

Shangri-La (disambiguation)

Shangri La Doris Duke, a mansion built by Doris Duke outside Honolulu, Hawaii Living Shangri-La, a skyscraper in Vancouver Shangri-La Toronto, a hotel/condominium under construction in Toronto The St. Francis Shangri-La Place, a condominium in Ma ...

                                               

RoboCop (disambiguation)

RoboCop 2003 video game, a first-person shooter video game based on the RoboCop films RoboCop comics, a number of comic book series spun off from the feature film of the same name RoboCop, a 1987 American cyberpunk action film RoboCop character, ...

                                               

Mnemonic (disambiguation)

A mnemonic is a memory aide. Mnemonic may also refer to: Mnemonic company, a Norwegian IT security company Mnemonics album, a 2005 album by Alan Banks Mnemonic assembly language, an operation code mnemonic used in assembly language programming Mn ...