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The Ghost Rider (1943 film)

The Ghost Rider is a 1943 American Western film directed by Wallace Fox and written by Adele Buffington. This is the first film in the "Marshal Nevada Jack McKenzie" series, and stars Johnny Mack Brown as Jack McKenzie and Raymond Hatton as his s ...

The Navajo Trail

The Navajo Trail is a 1945 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Frank H. Young. This is the fourteenth film in the "Marshal Nevada Jack McKenzie" series, and stars Johnny Mack Brown as Jack McKenzie and Raymond Hatto ...

Michael McConnell

Mike or Michael McConnell is the name of: James Michael McConnell, known as Michael McConnell, with his partner Jack Baker, a U.S. gay rights activist Michael McConnell sailor, Australian naval officer and former Warrant Officer of the Navy Mike ...

Divide and conquer

Defeat in detail, in warfare, a tactical maneuver to efficiently deal with a numerous opponent Divide and rule, in politics, sociology, and economics: a strategy to gain or maintain power Divide and conquer algorithm, in computer science, an algo ...

Mark Miller

Mark D. Miller 1891–1970, Colorado photographer Mark Thomas Miller born 1960, actor in the short-lived Misfits of Science TV series Mark Alan Miller, vice president of Seraphim, comic book writer Mark Miller actor born 1925, television actor and ...

Yours

"Yours", a 2014 song by M.I from The Chairman "Yours" Steven Curtis Chapman song, 2008 "Yours" Russell Dickerson song, 2015 "Yours" Quiereme mucho, a 1911 criolla-bolero by Gonzalo Roig "Yours" Ella Henderson song, 2014

Flies (disambiguation)

The Flies 1943, a play by Jean-Paul Sartre "Flies" Silverberg short story 1967, by Robert Silverberg "Flies" Asimov short story 1953, by Isaac Asimov

Freedom of speech (disambiguation)

Freedom of speech is the freedom to speak without censorship or limitation. Freedom of Speech may also refer to: Freedom of Speech painting, a 1943 painting by Gill Rockwell

Sutton Civic Offices

The civic offices were commissioned to replace the old municipal offices at the corner of Throwley Road and the High Street which were acquired in 1900. The old municipal offices had been established as the offices of the Sutton Urban District an ...

Camouflage (disambiguation)

Camouflage 2007 game show, an American TV word game show Camouflage 2001 film, a comedy starring Leslie Nielsen Camouflage game show, a 1961–1962 American TV show, revived in 1980 Camouflage 1977 film, a Polish film Camouflage 1944 film, an Ameri ...

Slipknot (disambiguation)

A slip knot is a releasable stopper knot. Slipknot may also refer to: "Slipknot", first song on their first demo Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat. Slipknot band, an American metal band Slipknot album, the debut album by Slipknot Slipknot, an American ban ...

Conrad

Conrad, Alberta, Canada, a former unincorporated community Mount Conrad, Oates Land, Antarctica Conrad Mountains, Queen Maud Land, Antarctica

Gould

Goulds, Florida Gould, Arkansas Gould, Colorado Gould, Ohio Gould Academy in Bethel, Maine Gould, West Virginia Gould Township, Minnesota Gould, Oklahoma

Bratina (disambiguation)

Bratina may refer to: Bob Bratina, MP born 1944, Canadian broadcaster and politician who served as the 56th Mayor of Hamilton Darko Bratina 1942–1997, Italian sociologist, film theorist and politician of Slovene ethnicity Bratina Cup now Petrov C ...

Holmengrå

Holmengrå, Ostfold, a small island in Hvaler municipality in Ostfold county, Norway Holmengrå, Sweden, a small island just west of Stromstad in Vastra Gotaland County, Sweden Holmengrå, Finnmark, a small fishing village in Sor-Varanger municipali ...

Castle Rock

Castle Rock Garrison, New York, a historic house in the Hudson Highlands Castlerock railway station, a railway station in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland

George Berner

Berner attended college in the United States at Davidson College in North Carolina during 1967 and 1968. Berner was a regular member of the Finland Davis Cup team for the period 1969 to 1981. He made his debut in the 1969 Europe Zone A first roun ...

Jack Radey

Jack Radey is an American military historian and wargame designer. He set up Peoples War Games. He was a draft resister, and activist in the Vietnam anti-war movement. He became interested in wargames when his school friend, David D. Friedman tau ...

Bombing of Marseille

Bombing of Marseille may refer to: Anglo-American aerial bombardment of 27 May 1944, part of the Bombing of France during World War II Italian aerial bombardments of 17 and 21 June 1940, part of the Italian invasion of France Marseille exhibition ...

Revolutionary Communist Party

Revolutionary Communist Party may refer to: Revolutionary Communist Party, USA Revolutionary Communist Party UK, 1944 Revolutionary Communist Party Spain Revolutionary Communist Party – Red Trench Revolutionary Communist Party of India Das Revolu ...

El Rosario

El Rosario may refer to: Argentina El Rosario, Catamarca, a municipality in Catamarca Province Colombia El Rosario, Nariño, a municipality in the Nariño Departmen Costa Rica El Rosario District El Salvador El Rosario, Cuscatlan, a municipality in ...

Independent Socialist Party

Independent Socialist Party may refer to: Independent Socialist Party of Chad 1955 Independent Socialist Party Greece Independent Socialist Party Luxembourg Independent Socialist Party Romania Independent Socialist Party of Chad Independent Socia ...

Adelia Sampaio

Sampaio was born in 1944 in Belo Horizonte; her mother was a domestic worker. She moved with her family to Rio de Janeiro when she was four years old. Sampaios interest in film was encouraged by her sister Eliana, after watching Sergei Eisenstein ...

Thomas Wolf

Tom Wolf born 1948, governor of Pennsylvania Thom Wolf born 1944, professor at University Institute, New Delhi, India Thom Wolf author, British writer Thomas Wolf criminal, German criminal and fugitive Thomas Wolf, CEO of German company RIB Software

Cisterna (disambiguation)

A Cisterna is a flattened membrane disk that makes up the Golgi apparatus, or one of the flattened membrane-enclosed sacs or tubes of the endoplasmic reticulum. Cisterna may also refer to: Cisterna di Latina, an Italian municipality in the Provin ...

Prodromou

Prodromou is a Greek surname. It is the genitive form of prodromos, which means forerunner. Notable people with this surname include: Anna Prodromou born 1972, Cypriot communication consultant, journalist, speaker and educator Stav Prodromou born ...

Parelli

Josie Parrelli, Australian radio DJ Pat Parelli born 1954, American horse trainer Apostolos Parellis born 1985, Cypriot athlete Attilio Parelli 1874–1944, Italian composer Parelli Natural Horsemanship

Central Marianas naval order of battle

On 15 June 1944, United States Marine and Army forces landed on the southwest coast of the island of Saipan in the central Marianas chain. US forces declared Saipan secure on 9 July. Marine Corps forces landed on the nearby island of Tinian on 24 ...

Purple Heart (disambiguation)

Law Enforcement Purple Heart, a generic term to describe an American law enforcement medal Purple Heart Ethiopia, given to military personnel wounded during a war action Texas Purple Heart Medal, given within the Texas Military Forces DEA Purple ...

Air Cadets

Air Cadets may refer to: Cadets at the United States Air Force Academy or in Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps Members of the Belgian Air Cadets Members of the British Air Training Corps Members of the New Zealand Air Training Corps, New ...

New York, New York (disambiguation)

New York, New York, usually refers to the city of New York, in the state of New York. New York, New York, may also refer to: New York-New York Hotel and Casino, in Las Vegas, Nevada Manhattan, which is coterminous with New York County, New York, ...

Putu

Putu bambu, a rice cake steamed in bamboo from Indonesia Piutu or putu, a cassava dish from the Sama-Bajau of the Philippines and Sabah Puto, steamed rice cakes from the Philippines Putu mayam, a sweet rice dish from southern India

Ili

Indian Law Institute Influenza-like illness Intuitive Logical Introvert, a personality type in socionics Intelligent Land Investments Iran Language Institute, a state-owned, non-profit organization for developing foreign language learning in Iran ...

Operation Hurricane (disambiguation)

Operation Hurricane may refer to: Operation Hurricane-91 Orkan-91, 1991 Croatian Army offensive in the Croatian War of Independence Operation Hurricane-91 Orkan-91, 1991 Yugoslav Peoples Army plan for evacuation of its forces from Split, Croatia ...

Richard Powell

Richard Powell may refer to: Richard M. Powell investor born 1979, Jamaican investor Richard Powell actor, born 1896 1896–1937, American actor Richard P. Powell 1908–1999, American author Richard Powell athlete born c. 1971, known as Richie, Brit ...

Jamboree (disambiguation)

Jamboree 1957 film UK title: Disc Jockey Jamboree, a rock n roll film directed by Roy Lockwood Jamboree TV series, a UK childrens programme broadcast by CITV Jamboree 1944 film, a film directed by Joseph Santley

Tarawa (disambiguation)

Tarawa is an atoll in the Republic of Kiribati. Tarawa may also refer to: In military: Tarawa class amphibious assault ship, a class of ships in the US Navy USS Tarawa LHA-1, a United States Navy amphibious assault ship built in 1971 USS Tarawa C ...

Moldovan Orthodox Church (disambiguation)

The Moldovan Orthodox Church may refer to: Metropolis of Moldavia and Bukovina established in 1386, the historical church in the principality of Moldavia, nowaday a metropolis of the Romanian Orthodox Church Metropolis of Chișinau and All Moldova ...

Francis Bell

Francis Bell may refer to: Gordon Bell surgeon Francis Gordon Bell; 1887–1970, New Zealand surgeon and university professor Arthur Bell martyr 1590–1643, also known as Francis Bell, Franciscan and English martyr Frank Bell governor Francis Jardin ...

Michael Davidson

Michael Davidson may refer to: Michael Davidson cricketer, born 1970, former English cricketer Michael Davidson singer born 1963, singer and songwriter Michael Davidson cricketer, born 1981, New Zealand cricketer Michael C. Davidson died 2015, ca ...

David Long

David Long may refer to: David Long Jr., American football linebacker 2018 Big 12 defensive player of the year David Martin Long 1953–1999, American murderer David Ryan Long, author David H. Long born 1961, American businessman David C. Long born ...

Ibon

Ibon Koteron born 1967, Spanish musician Ibon Begoña born 1973, Spanish football player and coach Ibon Areso born 1944, Spanish politician Ibon Gutierrez born 1984, Spanish football player Ibon Navarro born 1976, Spanish basketball coach Ibon Urb ...

John Wilton

John Wilton Australian politician 1925–2002, Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly for Broadmeadows John Wilton MP, MP for Hereford John W. Wilton 1879–1942, Canadian soldier and politician Sir John Wilton diplomat 1921–2011, UK Ambassador ...

BS3

BS3 or BS-3 may refer to: 100 mm field gun M1944 BS-3, a 1944 Soviet gun BisSulfosuccinimidyl suberate, a crosslinker used in biological research BS3, a brass right-hand threaded Gas cylinder valve BS-III Bharat Stage emission standards in India ...

Menges

Menges may refer to: Menges, a town in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia Municipality of Menges, the municipality centred on the Slovenian town USS Menges DE-320, an Edsall-class destroyer escort built for the United States Navy during World ...

Primoz (hill)

Primoz is a 718 metres high hill overgrown with trees, and is a part of a ridge separating the Pivka basin from the Reka valley. It is located in the Municipality of Pivka in the Inner Carniola region of Slovenia. It has many marked trails and a ...

Tom Parker

Tom Parker may refer to: Tom Parker rugby player 1891–1967, Welsh international rugby player Tom Parker judge born 1951, justice of the Alabama Supreme Court Tom Parker basketball born 1950, American basketball player Tom Parker, pseudonym used b ...

Bering Strait (disambiguation)

The Bering Strait is the strait that connects the Arctic Ocean and the Bering Sea. Bering Strait or Bering Straits may also refer to: Bering Strait album, the bands debut album, released in 2003 Bering Strait band, a Russian country-and-western b ...

Clif Richardson

Clifton Russell "Clif" Richardson was an American politician. He was elected as a Republican to represent Louisianas 65th house district in East Baton Rouge Parish in 2007 and was re-elected in 2011. An aide lodged a sexual harassment allegation ...

Steve Jones

Steve Jones, musician The Unforgiven and television producer Steve Jones musician born 1955, English rock and roll guitarist and singer, member of the Sex Pistols