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Paul Berry

Paul Berry may refer to: Paul Berry animator 1961–2001, British stop-motion animator and director Paul Berry footballer, born 1958, former English footballer for Oxford United Paul Berry politician born 1976, Northern Ireland unionist politician ...

Bad Machines

Bad Machines is the fourth studio album from Australian country singer Shane Nicholson, released by Liberation Music in Australia in March 2011. The album peaked at number 29 on the ARIA Charts, becoming Nicholsons first solo album to peak in the ...

Tip Toe (Roddy Ricch song)

Tip Toe is a song by American rapper Roddy Ricch, featuring vocals from American rapper and singer-songwriter A Boogie wit da Hoodie. The song was released on November 25, 2019 as the third single from Ricchs debut studio album Please Excuse Me f ...

Kevin Yi

Kevin Yi is a renowned lyricist in the Chinese music industry. He had been nominated for Best Lyricist in the Golden Melody Awards, and played an important role in building the successful career of many artists, including Stefanie Sun, JJ Lin, Co ...

Joshua White

Joshua White may refer to: Josh White American football born 1977, American football player Joshua White politician 1812–1890, businessman and Illinois state legislator Josh White journalist, journalist at the Washington Post and elsewhere Josh W ...

Jack Gray

Jack Gray may refer to: Jack L. Gray 1927–1981, Canadian marine artist Jack Gray impostor, also known as Dolly Gray, unknown American footballer who played in the National Football League in 1922 Jack Gray footballer, born 1885 1885–1950, Austral ...

Air Pop

Air Pop is a self-taught songwriter whose first album was the eponymous Air Pop. In 2016 Air Pop produced the EP Pretty Dumb, which contains six original songs. In 2017 he released the full-length album Sick. In 2019 he co-released the single "He ...

YZ

YZ Canis Minoris, a red dwarf star in the constellation Canis Minor YZ Cassiopeiae, a star system in the constellation Cassiopeia YZ Ceti, a red dwarf star in the constellation Cetus

Covarrubias

Covarrubias, Province of Burgos, a village and municipality of the province of Burgos, Spain Chalco de Diaz Covarrubias, a municipality of the State of Mexico

Ninth wave (disambiguation)

"The Ninth Wave", the second side of the 1985 album Hounds of Love by British singer Kate Bush "The Ninth Wave", a song by German power metal band Blind Guardian from the 2015 album Beyond the Red Mirror The Ninth Wave, a pop punk band from Glasg ...

Edouard Auguste Nousveaux

Edouard Auguste Nousveaux was a French landscape painter and watercolorist. He is best known for the works he created after participating in an expedition to Senegal; many of which were used in books and travel magazines.

Susanna Roope Dockery

Susanna Roope Dockery was an Anglo-Portuguese watercolour painter who lived both in England and in the city of Porto in Portugal. She mainly painted scenes of rural life in Portugal.

Georges Dubois (sculptor)

Georges Dubois was a French sculptor who produced a bust of Frederic Chopin for a memorial in the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris. He won a silver medal in the mixed sculpturing event at the 1912 Summer Olympics.

Out on a Limb

"Out on a Limb", an episode of the Internet series Happy Tree Friends 2003-5 "Out on a Limb" Arrested Development, 2005 season 2 episode of Arrested Development "Out on a Limb", ER season 12 2006 episode Out on a Limb TV miniseries, 1987 American ...

Avant-garde (disambiguation)

Avant-garde refers to a style in experimental work in art, music, culture, or politics. Avant-garde may also refer to: Avant-Garde magazine, a graphic design magazine ITC Avant Garde, a typeface Avant-Garde, youth section of the French Milice par ...

Gupi

As a child, Hawks mother encouraged him to learn the guitar, which started his interest in music. In school, he played in a rock band with several of his friends. When he discovered artists like Skrillex and Deadmau5, Hawk decided to pursue elect ...

Volume Two

Volume 2 The Gordons album, 1984 Miles Davis Volume 2 Joan Baez, Vol. 2 Volume 2 CKY album, 1999 Volume II Kamchatka album Vol.2 Goo Dolls album, 2008 Vol. 2. Hard Knock Life, a 1998 album by rapper Jay-Z Volume Two She & Him album, 2010 Volume T ...

Volume Three

Volume 3 Easybeats album, 1966 Volume III Kamchatka album Traveling Wilburys Vol. 3 Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses, a 2004 album by Slipknot Volume 3 Fabrizio De Andre album Volume 3 She & Him album, 2013 Vol. 3. Life and Times of S. Carter, a 199 ...

Natural Selection (Art Department album)

Natural Selection is the second studio album by Canadian DJ Jonny White and Kenny Glasgows project Art Department. It was released on November 18, 2014 on Whites label No. 19 Music.

Death of Caesar (disambiguation)

The death of Caesar refers to the assassination of Roman dictator Julius Caesar in 44 BCE. The Death of Caesar may also refer to: The death of Caesar Jackson, an 1865 painting by British artist Frederick Hamilton Jackson The Death of Caesar Gerom ...

Plymouth High School

Plymouth High School Ohio in Plymouth, Ohio Plymouth High School Indiana in Plymouth, Indiana Plymouth High School Michigan, part of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Plymouth High School North Carolina in Plymouth, North Carolina Plymouth North H ...

Bay High School

Byron Bay High School, Byron Bay, New South Wales Warners Bay High School, Warners Bay, New South Wales Batemans Bay High School, Batemans Bay, New South Wales Rose Bay High School, Rose Bay, Tasmania Trinity Bay State High School, Cairns, Queens ...

Johnson Lake (disambiguation)

Johnson Lake, in Oneida County Johnson Lakes, two lakes in Vilas County Johnson Lakes, two lakes in Burnett County Johnson Lake, in Polk County Johnson Lake, in Waupaca County Johnson Lake, in Portage County Johnson Lake, in Price County Johnson ...

French ship Triton (1747)

Triton was a 64-gun ship of the line of the French Navy designed by François Coulomb the Younger. She took part in the Seven Years War and in the War of American Independence.

Void Bastards

Void Bastards is a science-fiction first-person shooter and roguelike video game developed by Australian studio Blue Manchu and published by Humble Bundle. It was released on May 28, 2019 for Windows and Xbox One. The Nintendo Switch and PlayStat ...

Ultraviolence

Ultraviolence or Ultra-violence may refer to: A term used in the Anthony Burgess novel A Clockwork Orange and the Stanley Kubrick film of the same name

Is It Love

"Is It Love", a song by Pink from her 2000 album Cant Take Me Home "Is It Love", a song by Bette Midler from her 1983 album No Frills "Is It Love", a song by Play from the 2002 album Play album "Is It Love", a song by Kendrick Lamar from his 2009 ...

MKULTRA (disambiguation)

Project MKUltra is the code name for a CIA mind-control research program that began in the 1950s. MKULTRA or MK-ULTRA may also refer to: "MKultra", a song by American band Unwound on the album A Single History: 1991–1997 The MK Ultra, a music pro ...

Headspace

Headspace may refer to: Headspace or ullage, the unfilled space in a container Headspace firearms, a chamber measurement Headspace technology, the gaseous constituents of a closed space above liquids or solid emitting and vapors measured using he ...

Sundowner

The Sundowners 1950 film, American Western film directed by George Templeton The Sundowner 1911 film, an Australian lost film The Sundowner 2010 film, an American documentary short The Sundowners 1960 film, an adventure drama film and adaptation ...

Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite

The Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite is a budget smartphone developed by Xiaomi, a global version of the companys Redmi 6 Pro, co-developed by Google as part of its Android One project.

AIW Absolute Championship

The AIW Absolute Championship is a professional wrestling Absolute championship created and to be promoted by the American promotion Absolute Intense Wrestling.The current champion is Matthew Justice, who is in his first reign. The championship i ...

Luthor (disambiguation)

Luthor is the surname of various related fictional characters: "Luthors", an episode of the TV series Supergirl Alexander Luthor Jr., from an alternate universe Clark Luthor, an alter ego of Ultraman Alexis Luthor, the daughter of Lex Luthor on E ...

Pietà (Rosso Fiorentino)

Pietà is a c.1537-1540 oil painting by Rosso Fiorentino, originally painted on panel and later transferred to canvas. Now in the Louvre in Paris, it is the only securely-identified original painting by the artist known to have been produced for a ...

Sing to Me Instead Tour

The Sing to Me Instead Tour was the debut concert tour from American actor/singer-songwriter Ben Platt, in support of his debut solo album, Sing to Me Instead.

Just Sam

Samantha Diaz, known by her stage name Just Sam, is a singer-songwriter from Harlem, New York who rose to fame after winning the eighteenth season of the singing reality show American Idol.

Temple of Hercules

Temple of Hercules Victor, or Temple of Hercules Olivarius, in the Forum Boarium in Rome Great Altar of Hercules, the cult center predating the Temple of Hercules Victor Temple of Heracles, Agrigento, in old Akragas in Agrigento, Sicily, Italy Te ...

Red wall

Rotwand disambiguation, several mountains in the Alps in Southern Europe Rote Wand or Rotwand German, "Red Wall" Rote Wand, a mountain in Austria Muralla Roja Spanish, "Red Wall", an apartment complex in Calpe, Spain

Tokhon Kuasa Chilo

Tokhon Kuasa Chilo is an upcoming Bengali thriller drama film directed by Saibal Mitra and produced by Pradip Churiwal. The movie is based on the novel of the same name by Syed Mustafa Siraj published in 1985. This film is scheduled to be release ...

Inside Outside

Inside outside may refer to: Inside–outside algorithm, a way of re-estimating production probabilities in a probabilistic context-free grammar Inside/outside, a model of political reform Inside Outside Petra Blaisse, a design firm founded by Dutc ...

Marriage of the Virgin (Rosso Fiorentino)

Marriage of the Virgin or the Ginori Altarpiece is a 1523 oil on panel painting by Rosso Fiorentino, signed and dated by the artist. It was commissioned by Carlo Ginori for the chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary and saint Joseph - previously own ...

Northwest High School

Northwest High School or North West High School may refer to: Northwest High School Tennessee, Clarksville, Tennessee, U.S. Northwest High School Louisiana, Opelousas, Louisiana Northwest High School Grand Island, Nebraska, U.S. Northwest High Sc ...

Manson-Northwest Webster Community School District

Manson-Northwest Webster Community School District is a school district headquartered in Manson, Iowa. It operates an elementary school and a junior-senior high school; the former is in Barnum and the latter is in Manson. As of 2020 the schools r ...

Church of the Assumption

St. Marys Church of the Assumption, Kinnegad, Westmeath Church of the Assumption, Delvin, Westmeath St. Marys Church of the Assumption, Longwood, Meath Church of the Assumption, Booterstown, Dublin

Early-music.com

early-music.com was founded in 2002 in Montreal by Claire Guimond. The company has about 25 titles to its catalogue, 11 of which with Arion Baroque Orchestra. The labels motto is "world class early music on period instruments". It explores the Eu ...

You Little Fool

You Little Fool is a song written by new wave musician Elvis Costello and performed by Elvis Costello and the Attractions on their 1982 album, Imperial Bedroom. With lyrics detailing a teenage girls romantic encounter with an older man, "Man Out ...

Grattage (art)

Grattage is a technique of surrealist painting which consists in "scratching" with various tools the still fresh paint spread on the canvas or other material. The goal is to scratch, remove the chromatic pigment spread on a prepared "plaster" sup ...

Truth Unveiled by Time

Truth Unveiled by Time may refer to: Time Unveiling Truth, a c.1743 painting by Giambattista Tiepolo Truth Unveiled by Time Bernini, a 1646–52 sculpture by Gian Lorenzo Bernini Vanitas: Time Reveals the Truth, a c.1670 painting by Gian Domenico C ...

Origin of the World

Origin of the World may refer to: In science: Formation and evolution of the Solar System In religion and philosophy: Sophia wisdom Demiurge, a term for a creator deity responsible for the creation of the physical universe On the Origin of the Wo ...

The Gleaners (album)

The Gleaners is a debut studio album by American jazz bassist Larry Grenadier. The record was released by ECM on February 22, 2019, on CD, vinyl, and as a digital download.