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Hercegovina (journal)

Hercegovina is a Bosnian-Herzegovinian interdisciplinary annual bilingual scientific journal of the Cathedra of History of the Faculty of Humanities, University of Mostar. First issue was published in 1981. The journal wasnt published during the ...

                                               

1982 Bath City Council election

The 1982 Bath City Council election was held on Thursday 6 May 1982 to elect councillors to Bath City Council in England. It took place on the same day as other district council elections in the United Kingdom. One third of seats were up for elec ...

                                               

Inner city (disambiguation)

Inner City Budapest, the historical old town of Pest, now part of Budapest, Hungary Inner City Baku, the ancient historical core of Baku, Azerbaijan Inner City, Johannesburg, South Africa

                                               

Double Exposure (1982 film)

Double Exposure is a 1982 American thriller horror film written and directed by William Byron Hillman. Produced by Michael Callan, Von Deming, and Hillman, it is somewhat of a remake of the 1974 film The Photographer, which was also written and d ...

                                               

Kwok Wai-kin

Kwok was born in Hong Kong in 1959 and obtained Bachelor of Laws LL.B and Postgraduate Certificate in Laws P.C.LL. from the University of Hong Kong in 1981 and 1982 respectively. He was called to the Bar in Hong Kong in 1982 and was in private pr ...

                                               

NCAA Womens Basketball All-Americans

The NCAA Womens Basketball All-American teams are teams made up of National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball players voted the best in the country by a variety of organizations.

                                               

Ross

Earl of Ross, a peerage of Scotland Ross name, including a list of people with the surname or given name Ross, as well as the meaning Clan Ross, a Highland Scottish clan

                                               

Sheldon M. Wolff

Sheldon Malcolm Wolff was a physician and scientist, investigating causes of inflammation. Wolff earned a bachelors degree from the University of Georgia in 1952 and a medical degree from Vanderbilt University in 1957. In 1960, he joined the Nati ...

                                               

Clear

"Clear" The Walking Dead, an episode of the television series The Walking Dead Clear magazine, a fashion, art and luxury and design magazine Clear visual novel, a 2007 adult Japanese visual novel

                                               

Purple Haze (disambiguation)

Purplehaze, one of 17 colors of the Sonochrome spectrum of pre-tinted film stocks introduced by Kodak "Purple Haze" Eureka, an episode of Eureka TV series Purple Haze film a 1983 dramedy about a young man expelled from school and subsequently dra ...

                                               

High Time

"High Times", a song by Elliott Smith from the album New Moon "High Time You Quit Your Lowdown Ways", a song by Waylon Jennings from Dreaming My Dreams "Its High Time", a 1982 song from Young Dros 2013 album, High Times "High Time", a song by the ...

                                               

1983 Bath City Council election

The 1983 Bath City Council election was held on Thursday 5 May 1983 to elect councillors to Bath City Council in England. It took place on the same day as other district council elections in the United Kingdom. One third of seats were up for elec ...

                                               

Taking Tiger Mountain (film)

Taking Tiger Mountain is a 1983 American science fiction film directed by Tom Huckabee and Kent Smith, and starring Bill Paxton in one of his earliest on-screen acting roles. Originally conceived as an experimental art film inspired by a novel by ...

                                               

Medicine (disambiguation)

Other systems of medicine including Anthroposophic medicine Homeopathy Osteopathy Ayurveda Traditional Chinese Medicine TCM Internal medicine, medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis, management and nonsurgical treatment of unusual or seri ...

                                               

1984 Bath City Council election

The 1984 Bath City Council election was held on Thursday 3 May 1984 to elect councillors to Bath City Council in England. It took place on the same day as other district council elections in the United Kingdom. One third of seats were up for elec ...

                                               

Jukkai (1984)

Jukkai ", Jukkai Ichi Kyū Hachi Yon, lit. "Ten Commandments ") is the ninth single by Japanese entertainer Akina Nakamori. Written by Masao Urino and Masayoshi Takanaka, the single was released on July 25, 1984 by Warner Pioneer through the Repri ...

                                               

The Neverending Story (disambiguation)

The Neverending Story is a German fantasy novel by Michael Ende. The Neverending Story may also refer to: In film: Never Ending Story film, 2012 Korean film The NeverEnding Story film a 1984 fantasy film based on that novel The NeverEnding Story ...

                                               

Bad Medicine

Bad Medicine may refer to: "Bad Medicine" song, a 1988 song by Bon Jovi Bad Medicine truck, an American monster truck In film and television: Bad Medicine film, a 1985 film starring Steve Guttenberg "Bad Medicine" Degrassi: The Next Generation, a ...

                                               

Dont Bang the Drum

Dont Bang the Drum is a song from Scottish-Irish folk rock band The Waterboys, released as the opening track on their third studio album This Is the Sea. It was written by Mike Scott and Karl Wallinger, and produced by Scott. The song was release ...

                                               

Sun City

Sun City South Africa, a luxury casino resort, situated in the North West Province of South Africa A nickname of Ecija, Spain "la ciudad del sol" Translation of Cite Soleil, a Haitian commune A nickname of Szeged, Hungary

                                               

Toughlove

Jason Patric as Gary Charters Piper Laurie as Darlene Marsh Dana Elcar as Max Wiley Lee Remick as Jan Charters Bruce Dern as Rob Charters Dedee Pfeiffer as Kristen Marsh

                                               

Life Is Beautiful (disambiguation)

Life Is Beautiful 1985 film, Yugoslav film Life Is Beautiful 2014 film, Hindi film Life Is Beautiful 2012 film, Telugu film directed by Sekhar Kammula Life Is Beautiful 2000 film, Indian film directed by Fazil Life Is Beautiful 1997 film, Italian ...

                                               

Spaghetti (disambiguation)

Spaghetti is a long thin form of pasta. Spaghetti or spaghetto may also refer to: Spaghetti Spaghetti Records, a record label Spaghetti Western, a genre of films produced by Italian production companies in the 1960s Spaghetti squash, a fruit Spag ...

                                               

Press Enter

Press Enter ■ is a science fiction novela by American writer John Varley originally published in the May 1984 issue of the Asimovs Science Fiction. In 1985 it won the Locus Award for Best Novella, Hugo Award for Best Novella and Nebula Award for ...

                                               

SEQEB strike of Queensland, 1985

The SEQEB strike of Queensland was a dispute between the Electrical Trades Union and SEQEB, on behalf of the government of Queensland in 1985. Electricity supply for the South East Queensland region of Australia was affected between 6 February an ...

                                               

Riyaz Naikoo

Riyaz Ahmad Naikoo also known as Mohammad bin Qasim was a militant commander in the pro-Pakistani Islamic-terrorist organization Hizb-ul-Mujahideen and among one of the top ten most wanted militants in Kashmir. As Hizbul operations chief Naikoo w ...

                                               

Purple Rain

Purple Rain may refer to: "Purple Rain" song, the title track of the album by American recording artist Prince Purple Rain album, the soundtrack album by American recording artist Prince for the film Purple Rain film, a 1984 film starring Prince ...

                                               

Occupational Medicine (disambiguation)

Occupational medicine is the branch of medicine which deals with the maintenance of health in the workplace. It may also refer to: Occupational Medicine Oxford University Press journal, with the ISO 4 abbreviation Occup. Med. Lond., established i ...

                                               

1986 Bath City Council election

The 1986 Bath City Council election was held on Thursday 8 May 1986 to elect councillors to Bath City Council in England. It took place on the same day as other district council elections in the United Kingdom. One third of seats were up for elec ...

                                               

Anne M. Squire

Anne Marguerite Squire nee Park, 31st Moderator of the United Church of Canada from 1986 to 1988, was the first female lay person elected to that post. Her time as Moderator was marked by controversy over the question of whether members of the LG ...

                                               

We Believe

We Believe may refer to: "We Believe", a song by Ministry from their 1986 album Twitch We Believe commercial", a television commercial by Gillette "We Believe" Newsboys song, a Christian song by the Newsboys, 2013 "We Believe", a song by Red Hot ...

                                               

Behavioral Medicine (journal)

Behavioral Medicine is an interdisciplinary medical journal published by Taylor & Francis, addressing the interactions of the behavioral sciences with other fields of medicine. Before Spring 1988, the journals previous title was Journal of Human ...

                                               

John Hibbs (academic)

John B. Hibbs Jr. is an American physician-scientist and educator. He is Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of Medicine at the University of Utah. He is known for the discovery of the direct synthesis of L-citrulline and nitrogen ...

                                               

Carlinhos (name)

Carlinhos is a Portuguese masculine given name and nickname that is a diminutive form of Carlos. Notable people referred to by this name include the following:

                                               

1987 Bath City Council election

The 1987 Bath City Council election was held on Thursday 7 May 1987 to elect councillors to Bath City Council in England. It took place on the same day as other district council elections in the United Kingdom. One third of seats were up for elec ...

                                               

John Latham

John Latham may refer to: John Latham Whitewater, U.S. bank executive involved in Whitewater controversy, 1990s John Latham 1761–1843, English physician, President of the Royal College of Physicians John Latham physicist John Latham ornithologist ...

                                               

Happy Ending (Hopsin song)

"Happy Ending" is a song by American rapper Hopsin. It was released on October 13, 2017 along with an accompanying music video as the second single from his fifth studio album No Shame. The video was originally taken down from YouTube due to nudi ...

                                               

El Mortada Iamrachen

El Mortada Iamrachen, also known as Abdallah El Kassimi, is a Moroccan political and social activist who was a member of 2011–12 Moroccan protests and Hirak Rif Movement. El Mortada Iamrachen was arrested in June 2017, and sentenced in November 2 ...

                                               

List of NCAA Division I womens basketball career steals leaders

In basketball, a steal is the act of legally gaining possession of the ball by a defensive player who causes the opponent to turn the ball over. The top 25 highest steals totals in National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I womens basket ...

                                               

Blueberry (disambiguation)

"Blueberry", a 2009 song by Late of the Pier Blueberry comics, a series of French graphic novels "Blueberry", a 1988 song by Lita Ford from Lita Blueberry film, a 2004 film loosely based on the series

                                               

Chris Wright

Christopher B. Wright born 1971, creator of the webcomics Help Desk and Kernel Panic Christopher Wright author born 1964, American writer of horror fiction Chris Wright music industry executive born 1944, British music manager Chris Wright Big Br ...

                                               

Marilyn Huestis

Marilyn Ann Huestis is an American toxicologist researching the effects of illicit drugs on the body, brain, and in utero. She was chief of the chemistry and drug metabolism section at the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

                                               

1988 Bath City Council election

The 1988 Bath City Council election was held on Thursday 5 May 1988 to elect councillors to Bath City Council in England. It took place on the same day as other district council elections in the United Kingdom. One third of seats were up for elec ...

                                               

End

In mathematics End graph theory End philosophy End category theory End endomorphism End topology End Records, a record label End, a division of play in the sports of curling, target archery and petanque "End", a song by The Cure from Wish End, in ...

                                               

Beyond the Time

"Beyond the Time ~Mobius no Sora wo Koete~", lit. "Beyond the Time ~Beyond the Mobius Universe~") is the 13th single by Japanese rock band TM Network, released on March 5, 1988 under Epic Records. Written by Mitsuko Komuro and Tetsuya Komuro, the ...

                                               

Donny Lalonde vs. Sugar Ray Leonard

Donny Lalonde vs. Sugar Ray Leonard, billed as For All the Gold ", was a professional boxing match contested on July 11, 1988 for the WBC light heavyweight title and the vacant inaugural WBC super middleweight title.

                                               

1988 World Junior Curling Championships

The 1988 World Junior Curling Championships were held from March 13 to 19 in Fussen, West Germany for the mens competition and from March 19 to 25 in Chamonix, France for the womens competition. While it was the 14th junior mens competition, this ...

                                               

Sweet Tooth

Sweet Tooth, a villain in the 2012 musical Holy Musical B man! Sweet Tooth, a villain in the 1977 animated TV series The New Adventures of Batman Sweet Tooth, a character in the video game series Twisted Metal

                                               

Contamination (disambiguation)

Contamination delay, in digital circuits War sand, sand that is contaminated by remains of weapons of war Contamination Indicator Decontamination Assurance System, technology used to identify chemical contamination. A Department of Defense system ...

                                               

Stairway to Heaven (disambiguation)

"Stairway to Heaven" Neil Sedaka song, a Top 10 pop hit by Neil Sedaka in 1960 Stairway to Heaven/Highway to Hell, a 1989 compilation album featuring bands that performed at the Moscow Music Peace Festival "Stairway to Heaven", a song by the OJay ...