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Supercar (disambiguation)

Supercar or variant may refer to: Super Cars 1990 videogame aka "Super Cars I", a Gremlin Interactive video game Supercars Championship, an Australian touring car racing category Super Cars II 1991 videogame, a Gremlin Interactive video game Knig ...

A-Channel (disambiguation)

A-Channel was a Canadian television system that operated in Manitoba and Alberta from 1997 to 2005. The stations have since become a part of the Citytv network. A-Channel may also refer to: A Channel manga, is a Japanese four-panel comic strip by ...

Quiche (disambiguation)

Quiche is a kind of pie with a savory custard filling; quiche lorraine is one variant. Quiche may also refer to: Quiche Lorraine is a minor character in Bloom County comic strip Quiche Lorraine is a song by The B-52s from their album Wild Planet ...

Sack

Looting, slang term for stealing Quarterback sack, tackling the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage in American and Canadian football Selective acknowledgement SACK, in computer networking Ball sack, slang for scrotum Sackcloth Hebrew sak, a ...

The Horn

The Horn may refer to: The Horn television show, a six-episode Netflix series chronicling the experiences of a Swiss helicopter rescue team Cape Horn, the southernmost point of the Americas The Horn of Africa The Horn New Hampshire, a peak in the ...

Two of Us

The Two of Us 2015 film, a South African film directed by Ernest Nkosi The Two of Us 1986 TV series, a British comedy starring Nicholas Lyndhurst and Janet Dibley Two of Us 1987 film, a gay-themed British television film The Two of Us 2009 TV ser ...

Evy

Evy may refer to: Evy Berggren 1934–2018, Swedish gymnast Evy Van Damme born 1980, Belgian racing cyclist Forest Evashevski 1918–2009, nicknamed "Evy", an American football player Evelyn disambiguation, a female given name Evy-Ann Midttun 1943–20 ...

Writer (disambiguation)

A writer is someone who uses written words to communicate ideas. Writer may also refer to: A member of The Society of Writers to Her Majestys Signet Stuck in Love, 2012 film previously titled Writers J.R. Writer born 1984, American hip hop record ...

Lowdown

"Lowdown" Boz Scaggs song, 1976 "Lowdown" Chicago song, 1971 "Lowdown", a song by Tom Waits from the album Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards "Lowdown" Xample song, 2007

Henry Woodward (English actor)

Woodward was the eldest son of a tallow chandler in the borough of Southwark, London, and intended for his fathers occupation. He attended Merchant Taylors school from 1724 to 1728. After his fathers failure in business, Woodward joined the troup ...

Up North

Up North is a term used in England primarily by Southerners to refer to the North of England. In the United States, it sees the same usage, primarily by those in the South to refer to the Northeast and Midwestern regions of the country. Its also ...

Tribeca (disambiguation)

Tribeca Belfast, an urban redevelopment project in Belfast, Northern Ireland Tribeca, a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City, in the United States

Mothers Boy

Mothers boy, mummys boy or mamas boy is a man excessively attached to his mother. The term may also refer to: Films: Mothers Boy 1913 film Mothers Boys, a 1994 thriller film featuring Jamie Lee Curtis Mothers Boy 1929 film Mamaboy, a 2016 film st ...

Talkback

Talkback or talk back may refer to: TalkBack Reader Response System, talkback system for internet reader response Talkback, an alternate name for Marvel Comics superhero Chase Stein Talkback recording, an audio system used in recording studios fo ...

Roy Clark (disambiguation)

Roy Clark American country musician/TV host. Roy Clark or Clarke may also refer to: Roy S. Clarke, American geochemist Roy Clarke born 1930, British TV comedy writer Roy Clark baseball 1874–1925, baseball player Roy Clarke footballer 1925–2006, W ...

Ibiza (disambiguation)

Ibiza Airport, the airport serving the Balearic Islands of Ibiza and Formentera Ibiza town, a city and municipality located on the southeast coast of the island of Ibiza Ibiza, a Spanish island in the Mediterranean Sea, part of the Balearic Islan ...

Amy Spurway

Amy Spurway is a Canadian writer, whose debut novel Crow was published in 2019. The novel, a black comedy about a woman returning home to Cape Breton Island to reunite with her estranged family after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, wa ...

High Hopes

High Hopes Canadian TV series, a Canadian soap opera High Hopes 2006 film, a 2005 U.S. film High Hopes 1988 film, a 1988 British film High Hopes British TV series, a British situation comedy

Still Standing

"Still Standing" Monica song, the title song Still Standing Goodie Mob album, or the title song Still Standing Monica album "Still Standing" Hilltop Hoods song Still Standing, an album by Exile Still Standing EP, an EP by Yellowcard "Still Standi ...

Comeback Kid

Stu Ungar, American professional gambler Bill Clinton, a nickname he applied to himself after an unexpectedly strong second-place showing in the 1992 New Hampshire primary election Joe Montana, American football player

Into the Blue

"Into the Blue", a song by Geneva from the album Further, 1997 Into the Blue Monique Brumby album, 2006 "Into the Blue" Kylie Minogue song, 2014 Into the Blue Guy Barker album, 1995 "Into the Blue", a song by The Mission from the album Carved in ...

Connected

Connected TV series, a documentary web series on AOL On released all at once on March 31, 2005 Sportsnet Connected, a sports news program that airs in Canada Connected: An Autoblogography About Love, Death & Technology, a 2011 documentary film Co ...

Oops

Oops! film, a 2003 Hindi drama film "Oops" Frasier episode, an episode of the TV sitcom Frasier "Oops" Family Ties episode, an episode of the TV sitcom Family Ties Ooops!, a 2002 British Childrens Television show Ooops! 1970s TV series, a French- ...

Some Like It Hot (disambiguation)

"Some Like It Hot", an episode from Pokemon: Master Quest, the fifth season of the Pokemon anime "Some Like It Hot", a Night Court episode Some Like It Hot 2016 film, a Chinese romantic comedy Some Like It Hot 1939 film, a comedy starring Bob Hop ...

Topsy

Topsy and Eva, a 1928 film based on Uncle Toms Cabin Topsy Tom and Jerry, a character in the cartoon series Tom and Jerry Topsy and Tim, a childrens book series Topsy, a character in the novel Uncle Toms Cabin "Topsy" Bobs Burgers, an 38th episod ...

Carry On

Carry On may refer to: Carry On novel, a 2015 fantasy novel by Rainbow Rowell Carry On film, a 1927 British silent film Carry On franchise, a British comedy media franchise Carry-on luggage or hand luggage, luggage that is carried into the passen ...

Double exposure (disambiguation)

Double Exposure 2014 film, directed by Li Jinhang Double Exposures 1937 film, directed by John Paddy Carstairs Double Exposure 1994 film, starring Ron Perlman Double Exposure 1976 film, starring Anouska Hempel Double Exposure 1944 film, directed ...

Invisible (disambiguation)

"Invisible", by 5 Seconds of Summer, from the album Sounds Good Feels Good "Invisible", by Big Time Rush, from the album Elevate "Invisible", by Sadist, from the album Sadist "Invisible", by Monolake, from the album A Bugged Out Mix "Invisible", ...

Daydreamer

"Daydreamer" David Cassidy song, 1973 "Daydreamer", a song by Menswear "Daydreamer" Flux Pavilion song, 2012 "11:00 AM Daydreamer", a song by 10 Years from Division "Daydreamer", a song by Aurora from A Different Kind of Human Step 2 "Daydreamer" ...

Lust for Life

Lust for Life Iggy Pop album, 1977 "Lust for Life" Iggy Pop song, 1977 Lust for Life Lana Del Rey album, 2017 "Lust for Life" Lana Del Rey song, 2017 "Lust for Life" Girls song, 2009 "Lust for Life", a 2004 song by Heavenly from Dust to Dust "Lus ...

Wild Cat

Wild Cat Bluff, Texas, a ghost town in Texas, USA Wild Cat Township, Elk County, Kansas, township in Kansas, USA Wild Cat, Clay County, Kentucky, an unincorporated community in Kentucky, USA Wild Cat Hill, summit in Missouri, USA Wild Cat Branch, ...

Retaliation (disambiguation)

In the sense of revenge retaliation is a harmful action against a person or group in response to a grievance. Retaliation or Retaliate may also refer to: "Retaliation" song, a song by Jedi Mind Tricks Retaliation Carnivore album, 1987 Retaliation ...

Das Boot (disambiguation)

Das Boot is a 1981 German war film based on Lothar-Gunther Buchheims eponymous 1973 book Das Boot may also refer to: Das Boot album, a 1992 album by U96 from 1992 Das Boot novel, a novel by Lothar-Gunther Buchheim from 1973 "Das Boot" song, title ...

The Forsyte Saga (disambiguation)

The Forsyte Saga is a series of three novels and two interludes by John Galsworthy published between 1906 and 1921. The Forsyte Saga may also refer to: The Forsyte Saga: To Let, 2003 British television serial based on the last novel in the series ...

Batti

Batti Gul Meter Chalu transl. Lights off, meter on, a 2018 Indian social problem film directed by Shree Narayan Singh Teen Batti Char Raasta, a 1953 Hindi comedy-drama film directed by V. Shantaram Katti Batti, an Indian romantic comedy-drama fil ...

Where Is The Venkatalakshmi

Praveen as Chantigadu Pankaj Kesari as Veera Reddy, a rowdy Ramana Reddy Raai Laxmi as Venkatalakshmi Madhunandan as Pandugadu Gemini Suresh Ram Karthik as Sekhar Jabardasth Mahesh Pujita Ponnada as Gowri Brahmaji as Suryam

Stand

Stand may refer to: Hot dog stand STAND organization originally Students Taking Action Now: Darfur, a student activist group under Aegis Trust A food business Fruit stand Lemonade stand A grove nature of trees Stand, Greater Manchester, a residen ...

Straitjacket (disambiguation)

A straitjacket is a garment used for restraint. Straitjacket may also refer to: Strait Jacket, a novel series by Ichirō Sakaki Straitjacket comedy duo, a comedy team from England

Sideways (disambiguation)

Sideways Jacob Young album or its title track "Sideways" Dierks Bentley song 2009 Sideways Wrabel EP, 2014 Sideways, an EP by Jessica Poland or Charlotte Sometimes Sideways Men Without Hats album or its title track "Sideways" Clarence Greenwood song

The King Is Dead

The King Is Dead may refer to: The King Is Dead novel, a novel that was published in 1951 by Ellery Queen "The King Is Dead But The Queen Is Alive", a song by American singer Pink on Japanese edition of The Truth About Love "The King Is Dead" Ton ...

Vitya Glushakov - A Friend of the Apaches

The film tells about the dreamer Vita, who writes a novel about the life of the Apaches and gets acquainted on the tram with the unemployed Arkady, whose life as a result made sense.

Graveyard Shift

Graveyard shift is a work shift running through the late hours of the evening to the early hours of the morning, typically from midnight until 8 am. Graveyard Shift may also refer to:

Psy (disambiguation)

Psy is a South Korean pop singer. Psy or PSY may also refer to: Psy, rapper in the Canadian group, the Oddities Psychedelic trance, or simply psy, a form of electronic music Simon "Psy" Kaina, character in the manga and anime Heroman P.S.Y., a Fr ...

Lasagna Cat

Lasagna Cat is a web series created by Fatal Farm as a parody of the Garfield comic strips. The series was uploaded to YouTube and ran from November 9, 2007 to February 23, 2017. The series consists mainly of humorous live-action recreations of G ...

Shimmer

Shimmer may refer to: "Shimmer" song, a 1998 song by the band Fuel Shimmer Bitter Grace album, 2005 Shimmer Sal Paradise album, 1985 New Shimmer, a Saturday Night Live parody product notable for being "a floor wax and a dessert topping" Shimmer c ...

Agent 13

Agent 13 may refer to: Agent 13: The Invisible Empire 1986, the first book in the series Agent 13: The Midnight Avenger, a spy fiction series published by TSR from 1986–1988, and the name of the main character Agent 13: The Serpentine Assassin 19 ...

Dawg

Dawg or DAWG may refer to: Informal nickname used by University of Washington Husky athletics Directed acyclic word graph, an alternative name for the Deterministic acyclic finite state automaton computer science data structure Dawg film, a roman ...

Black comedy (disambiguation)

Black comedy refers to a genre of comedy that deals humorously with serious or disturbing subject matter. It may also refer to: Black sitcom U.S. film and TV comedy featuring characters of African ethnicity, including Blaxploitation Black Comedy ...

Werewolves Within (film)

Werewolves Within is an upcoming American horror comedy film, directed by Josh Ruben, from a screenplay by Mishna Wolff. It is based upon video game of the same name. It stars Sam Richardson, Michael Chernus, Michaela Watkins, Cheyenne Jackson, M ...

A Night Like This

A Night Like This play, a 1930 British farce, the seventh of the eleven Aldwych farces A Night Like This film, a 1932 British comedy film directed by Tom Walls, based on the play