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Guru (disambiguation)

Guru 1989 film, a Hindi-language film directed by Umesh Mehra Guru 2006 film, a film about the yoga guru K. Pattabhi Jois directed by Robert Wilkins Guru 2003 film, a Bengali film directed by Swapan Saha Guru 1997 film, a Malayalam film directed ...

                                               

Underdog (disambiguation)

"The Underdog", a Hercule Poirot short story by Agatha Christie in the collection The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding The Underdog novel, a 1999 childrens novel by Markus Zusak Underdogs anthology, a 2011 omnibus edition of Zusaks first three ...

                                               

Hocus Pocus

Hocus Pocus or Hokus Pokus or variant, may refer to: Hocus-pocus, an exclamation used by magicians, usually the magic words spoken when bringing about some sort of change

                                               

Drakhjarta

Nisse Berg is eleven years old and when we meet him the first time he lives a "life of"bad luck". His mother Sara is no longer alive. Before she died she gave Nisse a lizard, which Nisse finds boring and ugly so he names him Harry, because he loo ...

                                               

Let It Rain (Delta Goodrem song)

Let It Rain is a song by Australian singer-songwriter Delta Goodrem, co-written by Goodrem with Matthew Copley and Marla Altschuler. It was released on 6 January 2020 by Sony Music Australia. The song was written in the wake of the devastating 20 ...

                                               

Forever (Justin Bieber song)

Forever is a song by Canadian singer Justin Bieber, featuring American rapper and singer Post Malone and American rapper Clever. It was released as a single on February 14, 2020, on Biebers fifth studio album Changes. This track marks Bieber and ...

                                               

Shapeshifting (Joe Satriani album)

Shapeshifting is the seventeenth studio album by guitarist Joe Satriani, released on April 10, 2020, through Sony Music. Satriani co-produced the album with Jim Scott, with it featuring a "wide variety of styles". The album was preceded by the le ...

                                               

Living in a Ghost Town

Living in a Ghost Town is a song by English rock band the Rolling Stones. It was released on 23 April 2020 through Polydor Records, making it the first Rolling Stones single in four years and the first original material from the band since "Doom ...

                                               

Affairs of the Heart

Affairs of the Heart 1900, a novel anthology by English author Violet Hunt Affairs of the Heart 1949, a 1949 book by English writer Malcolm Muggeridge Erotes "Affairs of the Heart", a Greek dialogue, attributed to Lucian, between the mythological ...

                                               

Randy Burns (producer)

Randy Burns is an American Record Producer, Engineer, and Mixer, whose credits include Megadeth, Suicidal Tendencies, Dark Angel, Death, Kreator, Ludichrist, Possessed, Nuclear Assault, and more, known as one of the pioneers of Thrash Metal recor ...

                                               

Start (streaming service)

START is a Russian media-services provider and production company headquartered in Moscow, Russia, founded in 2017 by Yellow, Black and White. The companys primary business is its subscription-based streaming service which offers online streaming ...

                                               

KBP

KBP can mean: Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas Association of Broadcasters in the Philippines, the independent and self-regulatory association of radio and television stations and broadcasters in the Philippines. The ISO 639 3 code for th ...

                                               

DZKB-AM

RPN DZKB Radyo Ronda 1422 is a news/talk radio station serving the Mega Manila market. The station is owned and operated by the Radio Philippines Network and Nine Media Corporation. The stations all-news format is branded and produced with RPN Ne ...

                                               

Suncoast

Suncoast may refer to: Suncoast Conference, western central Florida college athletic league Suncoast Parkway, toll road in western central Florida Florida Suncoast Dome, the original name of Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida Florida Sunc ...

                                               

Photosensitive anodized aluminum

Photosensitive anodized aluminum, also referred to as photo anodized aluminum, photo metal or Metalphoto, utilizes the porous nature of unsealed anodized aluminum to create a sub-surface image, either through exposure and development of an anodic ...

                                               

VulkanstraSe

The VulkanstraSe is a street in Duisburg, Germany that is the location of the citys red-light district. There are a number of brothels in the street including Laufhaus. It is the largest red-light district in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. ...

                                               

AntoniusstraSe

There was a settlement at the location of todays road from the time of the Roman Empire. When the foundations for the "Germania Fischhallen" were dug in 1905, numerous vessels and remains of walls from Roman and medieval times were found. Excavat ...

                                               

FlaShofstraSe

The brothel street in the central district of Oberhausen has existed in its present form since 1963. It is relatively large in relation to the population of Oberhausen and is a controlled regulation zone. FlaShofstraSe has 16 buildings in which p ...

                                               

STO

State Trading Organization, a publicly owned Maldivian company Statoil, a publicly traded Norwegian oil company

                                               

Lilith Games

Lilith Games is a mobile developer and publisher founded in May 2013 and based in Shanghai, China. It has more than 400 employees in April 2020. The companys games cumulate over 100 million downloads.

                                               

S.G. Loewendick & Sons

S.G. Loewendick & Sons, also known as Loewendick Demolition Contractors, is a demolition company based in Grove City, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus. The company is the largest demolition company in Central Ohio. It has demolished most of the landmar ...

                                               

Lanka Sathosa

Lanka Sathosa also popularly simply known as Sathosa is a wholesale and retail chain located in Sri Lanka. It is considered as the largest state owned retail chain in the country and was established in 2005. Sathosa was incorporated as a state ow ...

                                               

Kwee

Kwee or KWEE may refer to: KKWA FM, a radio station 96.3 FM licensed to serve West Linn, Oregon, United States, which held the call sign KWEE from 2016 to 2019 59P/Kearns–Kwee, a periodic comet 4646 Kwee, a main-belt asteroid, named after astrono ...

                                               

Nissan Ariya

The Nissan Ariya is a compact crossover set to be produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan starting in late 2020. The Ariya was prefigured by the Nissan Ariya concept presented on 24 October 2019 at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. It is ...

                                               

List of Parlophone artists

Parlophones roster includes Lily Allen, Coldplay, David Guetta, Gorillaz, Conor Maynard, Aya Nakamura, Soprano, Synapson, Two Door Cinema Club, and Paul Weller. Its contemporary HMV was more of a classical music label and ceased issuing popular m ...

                                               

Sun NXT

Sun NXT is an Indian video on demand service run by Sun TV Network. It was launched in June 2017 with content in four languages focusing the South Indian region. Sun NXT app is available for Android and iOS devices, Smart TVs and other devices.

                                               

Salbitbrucke

The Salbitbrucke is on the south flank of the Salbitschijen mountain. To get to the bridge, there is an alpine hiking route that takes 4–5 hours difficulty level T4. The bridge is accessible from the Voralphutte and the Salbithutte, two nearby mo ...

                                               

Nightshade (disambiguation)

Nightshade is the common name for plants in the genus Solanum, and more generally for related plants in the family Solanaceae. Nightshades or Night Shades may also refer to:

                                               

The War Lovers

The War Lovers: Roosevelt, Lodge, Hearst, and the Rush to Empire, 1898 is a 2010 nonfiction book by Evan Thomas that follows five prominent Americans in the lead-up to and during the Spanish–American War of 1898. It centers around Theodore Roosev ...

                                               

Aero-Cross

Aero-Cross is an unreleased platform video game that was in development for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 by Namco Bandai Games. It was intended as a modernized sequel to the arcade game Metro-Cross, and the third released under the Namco Genera ...

                                               

Dream Festival!

Dream Festival! is a game and ONA franchise produced by Bandai Namco Group and Amuse. The premise of the project follows five aspiring male idols at a fictional talent agency. An anime television adaptation by BN Pictures began airing on TV Tokyo ...

                                               

Point Blank (disambiguation)

Point Blank band, a Texas-based rock band from the 1980s best known for their hit "Nicole" Point Blank 1976 album, a self-titled album from this group Point Blank hip hop group, a Canadian hip-hop collective Point Blank 2008 album, a self-titled ...

                                               

Seikai

Seikai is the Japanese word for stars. Its usage in English usually refers to a series of various works by Hiroyuki Morioka: Seikai no Monshō Crest a trilogy of light novels released April to June 1996, adapted into a 13-episode TV series in 1999 ...

                                               

Fort Wayne FC

Fort Wayne FC is a semi-professional soccer club in Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States. The club competes in the National Premier Soccer League, the fourth-tier soccer league of the American Soccer Pyramid. Shields Field of Bishop Dwenger High Sc ...

                                               

Beyond the Grave (Gungrave)

Beyond the Grave, born Brandon Heat, is a video game character introduced in Red Entertainments 2002 third person shooter game Gungrave. A former high ranking and trusted member of the Millennion leadership who was killed by his childhood friend ...

                                               

List of Blood Blockade Battlefront chapters

The manga of Blood Blockade Battlefront originally released in 2008 as a one-shot chapter called Kekkai Sensō by Yasuhiro Nightow, which only featured very few members of the final cast and had a much different tone, with more emphasis on it bein ...

                                               

M. S. Ananda

M. S. Anandan), popularly known as M. S. Ananda, was an award-winning director in Sri Lankan cinema, as well as a cinematographer, screenwriter and producer.

                                               

Nergal (disambiguation)

Nergal is a Mesopotamian deity. Nergal may also refer to: A battleship in David Webers Mutineers Moon One of the founding members of the Baali bloodline in Vampire: The Masquerade Nergal Fire Emblem, the main villain in Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken ...

                                               

Nadeshiko

Nadeshiko may refer to: Dianthus superbus subsp. longicalycinus or nadeshiko, a flowering plant native to Japan Yamato nadeshiko, a Japanese term used to praise the idealized Japanese woman Nadeshiko Japan, the Japan womens national football team

                                               

Prince of Darkness

Prince of Darkness Manichaeism, the term used by Mani for the principle of evil Prince of Darkness Satan, a term used in John Miltons poem Paradise Lost referring to Satan as the embodiment of evil

                                               

Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!

Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! is a Japanese manga series by Take. It has been serialized online via Niconico Seiga website as part of the Dra Sharp brand since December 2017 and has been collected in four tankōbon volumes by Fujimi Shobo. The man ...

                                               

Dragon Age (disambiguation)

Dragon Age is a role-playing game series developed by BioWare: Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne, a prequel novel to Origins set in the Dragon Age universe Dragon Age, a 2010 pen-and-paper role-playing game by Green Ronin based on the same world as B ...

                                               

Kings Legacy

Kings Legacy was the third highest priced lot sold at the 2019 Magic Millions Yearling Sale. He was purchased by James Harron Bloodstock for $1.4 million.

                                               

Pokemon DS

Pokemon DS may refer to these video games in the Pokemon series for Nintendo DS. Pokemon Ranger: Guardian Signs Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia Pokemon Black and White Pokemon Platinum Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Pokemon Black 2 and White 2 Pokemo ...

                                               

Arata Iiyoshi

Arata Iiyoshi is a freelancer composer. He has contributed songs as a video game music composer for the BEMANI franchise and from video games published by Nintendo such as Super Smash Bros. Brawl and in the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series.

                                               

Slayer (disambiguation)

The Slayer, a 1982 horror film Slayer Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a type of female character, charged with fighting vampires and demons, in the TV series and franchise Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Slayer film, a 2006 film

                                               

Dragonslayer (disambiguation)

The Dragonslayer, a book in the Bone series Dragon Slayers Academy, a series of books Dragonslayer novel, by Wayland Drew, a novelization of the 1981 film

                                               

The Pack

The Pack, a 2009 film starring Lucie Arnaz The Pack 2015 film, Australian horror film directed by Nick Robertson The Pack 1977 film, a horror film directed by Robert Clouse "The Pack" Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a season 1 episode of Buffy the Vamp ...

                                               

The Body

The Body Kureishi novel, a novel by Hanif Kureishi The Body Sapir novel, a novel by Richard Sapir The Body short story, a short story by Camillo Boito The Body novella, a novel written by Stephen King

                                               

Sleeper

Le Sommeil The Sleepers, an 1866 painting by Gustave Courbet "The sleeper", a yo-yo trick