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Feeding the Machine (Wolf album)

Feeding the Machine is the eighth studio album by Swedish heavy metal band Wolf, released on 13 March 2020 via Century Media Records. It is the first album featuring bands new members, Johan Koleberg on drums and Pontus Egberg on bass guitar. The ...

                                               

Infinite Recharge

Infinite Recharge, is the FIRST Robotics Competition game for the 2020 season. The season is in partnership with Lucasfilm as part of its Star Wars: Force for Change initiative. The Infinite Recharge game involves two alliances of three teams eac ...

                                               

SGR

SGR may refer to: Heart Colchester and Heart Ipswich, radio stations in Suffolk, England both once known as SGR SGR band, a ska band from New Jersey, United States Select Graphic Rendition ANSI, an ANSI X3.64 escape sequence Specific growth rate, ...

                                               

Renegade

Lake Renegade, an American amphibious aircraft design Murphy Renegade, a Canadian ultralight biplane design Southern Aeronautical Renegade, an American racing aircraft design

                                               

Četekovac massacre

The Četekovac massacre was the mass murder of Croat civilians and POWs by Serb forces on 3 September 1991, in the villages of Četekovac, Balinci and Čoljug, near Podravska Slatina.

                                               

Waikino school shooting

The only mass school shooting in New Zealand history, the Waikino School Shooting took place on 19 October 1923 at Waikino School in Waikino, near Waihi, in the Waikato district of New Zealands North Island. It claimed the lives of two students, ...

                                               

Only the Young (Taylor Swift song)

Only the Young is a song by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released through Republic Records on January 31, 2020, alongside Miss Americana, a Netflix documentary that follows Swifts life and career over several years, where the s ...

                                               

Joseph Burns

Joseph Burns may refer to: Joe Burns cricketer born 1989, Australian cricketer Joseph A. Burns, astronomy professor Joe Burns American football born 1979, NFL running back for the Buffalo Bills Joe Burns third baseman 1916–1974, MLB third baseman ...

                                               

Bell Cottage ruin

The Bell Cottage ruin is a State Register of Heritage Places-listed ruined Victorian Georgian-style cottage in East Rockingham, Western Australia. The ruin is located on one of earliest land grants in the Rockingham region and is one of the oldes ...

                                               

Ann Cary Randolph Morris

Ann Cary Randolph Morris, whose nickname was Nancy, was the daughter of Thomas Mann Randolph Sr. and the wife of Gouverneur Morris. Two books have been written about her and the scandal she was embroiled in - Unwise Passions: A True Story of a Re ...

                                               

Landale

Landale is a name derived from the Old French word launde, which means "forest glade". Spelling variations include Lansdale, Landall, Landell, and Landells. It is also the name of a very small clan in Scotland north of Edinburgh.

                                               

Pour la Serbie

Pour la Serbie is a speech written by Victor Hugo, on 29 August 1876, castigating massacres perpetrated by the Turks. It was published in the French newspaper Le Rappel, later included in the last volume of Actes et Paroles, Hugos collected polit ...

                                               

Ngarolamo

Sultan Ngarolamo was the eighth Sultan of Tidore in Maluku Islands. He was also known as Sultan Alauddin or Kaicili Ngaro, ruling from 1627 to 1634. Due to a combination of factors he was deposed after a short reign and was eventually killed at t ...

                                               

Louis Jones

Louis or Lou Jones may refer to: Louis B. Jones, American author and screenwriter Louis Jones Jr., convicted murderer Lou Jones rugby league, Australian international rugby league footballer who played in the 1900s and 1910s Louis R. Jones 1895–1 ...

                                               

William Garnet South

William Garnet South was a police officer in Alice Springs and Chief Protector of Aborigines. He was also, for a short period, proprietor of the Stuart Arms Hotel in Alice Springs.

                                               

Never Say Die

"Never Say Die", an episode of the TV series Diagnosis: Murder Never Say Die TV series, a 1970 British comedy television series produced by Yorkshire Television Never Say Die 1950 film, or Dont Say Die, British comedy film Never Say Die 2017 film ...

                                               

Five Passengers from Lisbon

Five Passengers from Lisbon is a romantic-suspense murder mystery written by Mignon G. Eberhart. The plot is a closed community mystery set aboard a hospital ship. The novel was published in the United States by Random House in 1946. The story wa ...

                                               

Thompson Yulidjirri

Thompson Yulidjirri was an Indigenous Australian artist of the Kunwinjku people of western Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory of Australia. Yulidjirri was renowned for his wide knowledge of ancestral creation narratives and ceremony, his paint ...

                                               

Robert Wagner (disambiguation)

Robert Wagner is an American actor. Robert Wagner may also refer to: Rob Wagner 1872–1942, editor and publisher of Script, a weekly literary film magazine Robert Heinrich Wagner 1895–1946, Nazi Gauleiter and Reich Governor of Alsace Robert Wagner ...

                                               

Murder on the Yukon

Murder on the Yukon is a 1940 American adventure film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and written by Milton Raison. It is based on the 1931 novel Renfrew Rides North by Laurie York Erskine. The film stars James Newill, Polly Ann Young, Dave OBrien, ...

                                               

The Mississippi Enterprise

The Mississippi Enterprise was one of two African American newspapers in Jackson, Mississippi. Arrington High worked at the paper. Publication years include 1939 - 1980. The paper covered lynchings and murders of African Americans. It advocated f ...

                                               

Thomas Hubbard

Thomas Hubbard or Tom Hubbard may refer to: Thomas Hubbard British politician 1898–1961, British coal miner and politician Tom Hubbard born 1950, writer and first librarian of the Scottish Poetry Library Thomas H. Hubbard 1781–1857, American lawy ...

                                               

Magic lantern (disambiguation)

Magic Lantern novel, 1945 novel by Lady Eleanor Smith Magic Lantern, an alternate version of the comic book hero Green Lantern The Magic Lantern, a 1990 book by Timothy Garton Ash recounting the fall of communism throughout Eastern Europe The Pun ...

                                               

Saint Valentines Day massacre (disambiguation)

The Saint Valentines Day Massacre is a name given to a gangland shooting that occurred on Saint Valentines Day, February 14, 1929. St. Valentines Day massacre may also refer to:

                                               

Sizzler (disambiguation)

Sizzler Brookside, a character on the British television series Brookside The Sizzler, a fast-paced celebrity gossip segment on the show Best Week Ever

                                               

Bells

Bells, a 1982 Canadian-American thriller also known as Murder by Phone

                                               

Truro (disambiguation)

Australia Truro, South Australia Canada Truro, Nova Scotia United Kingdom Truro UK Parliament constituency, Cornwall, England United States Truro Church Fairfax, Virginia Truro, Iowa Truro Township, Franklin County, Ohio Truro Parish, Virginia Tr ...

                                               

McCormick

McCormick may refer to: People with the surname McCormick: McCormick surname McCormack In business: McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, manufacturer of the first mechanical reaper McCormick Tractors, manufacturer of tractors, headquartered in F ...

                                               

Terror in the Night

Terror in the Night is a 1994 American made-for-television thriller film starring Joe Penny, Justine Bateman, Matt Mulhern and Valerie Landsburg. Directed by Colin Bucksey and based on actual events, the film was originally broadcast on CBS on Ja ...

                                               

We Are Not Afraid

We Are Not Afraid: The Story of Goodman, Schwerner, and Chaney and the Civil Rights Campaign for Mississippi is a 1989 non-fiction book by Seth Cagin and Philip Dray. It concerns the murders of Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman, and James Chaney. ...

                                               

In the Flesh

In the Flesh 2003 film, an Indian documentary about prostitution in South Asia "In the Flesh" Star Trek: Voyager, an episode of Star Trek: Voyager "In the Flesh", an episode of Xiaolin Showdown In the Flesh TV series, a British supernatural drama ...

                                               

Rinaldi clan

The Rinaldi clan is a Camorra clan operating in the area of San Giovanni a Teduccio, in the eastern area of the city of Naples. Since 2019 the clan has formed an alliance with the Ponticellis De Luca Bossa clan, and Barras Aprea-Cuccaro clan, cal ...

                                               

Painted Lady (disambiguation)

the Australian painted lady Vanessa kershawi, a butterfly mostly confined to Australia the Painted lady Vanessa cardui, a butterfly found on most continents except South America Any species of the Cynthia group of butterflies in the genus Vanessa ...

                                               

Jack Graham

Jack Graham Australian footballer, born 1878 1878–1907, Australian rules footballer for Melbourne Jack Graham Australian footballer 1916–1984, Australian rules footballer for South Melbourne Jack Graham footballer, born 1873 1873–1925, English fo ...

                                               

George Foster

George Foster Peabody 1852–1938, American educator and political figure George Buchanan Foster 1897–1974, Canadian flying ace, attorney, and legislator George Peter Foster 1858–1928, U.S. Representative from Illinois George Eulas Foster 1847–1931 ...

                                               

Charles Brooks

Charles Brooks may refer to: Charles E. P. Brooks, English meteorologist, for whom Cape Brooks, Antarctica, was named Shirley Brooks Charles William Shirley Brooks, 1816–1874, British journalist and novelist Charles Brooks cricketer 1927–2002, En ...

                                               

Meir Yechiel Halevi Halstock

Meir Yechiel Halevi Halstock also known as the Ostrovtser Rebbe was a Hassidic rabbi who spent much of his life based in the city of Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski.

                                               

Woolwich (disambiguation)

Woolwich UK Parliament constituency, now incorporated in Greenwich and Woolwich Metropolitan Borough of Woolwich, former London borough 1899-1965 Woolwich parish Woolwich, London, England, and its local features or administrative areas North Wool ...

                                               

Larry Lee

Larry Lee may refer to: Larry Lee American football born 1959, American football player Larry Lee, American musician with the band The Ozark Mountain Daredevils Larry Lee artist born 1962, Asian-American artist from Chicago Larry Lee baseball bor ...

                                               

Joyce Brown

Joy or Joyce Brown may refer to: Joyce Ann Brown 1947–2015, wrongfully convicted of robbery and murder in 1980 Joyce Patricia Brown 1947–2005, whose case against New York City made legal precedent against involuntary psychiatric commitment of the ...

                                               

The Kindness of Strangers

"The Kindness of Strangers" Heroes, an episode of the television show Heroes The Kindness of Strangers a 2006 UK television film drama The Kindness of Strangers film, a 2019 drama film "The Kindness of Strangers", an episode of BBCs Merlin

                                               

Diocese of Abydos

Abydos Ancient Greek: Ἄβυδος, Latin: Abydus was an ancient city in Mysia. It was located at the Nara Burnu promontory on the Asian coast of the Hellespont, opposite the ancient city of Sestos, and near the city of Çanakkale in Turkey. The bishopr ...

                                               

Scott Johnson

Scott Johnson composer born 1952, American composer Scott Johnson, guitarist for Gin Blossoms Scott Johnson, drum technician killed in the 2012 Radiohead stage collapse

                                               

Harry Moore

A. Harry Moore 1879–1952, U.S. Senator and 39th Governor of New Jersey Harry Moore Australian politician 1924–2009, Australian Labor Party politician Harry Andrew Moore 1914–1998, Canadian politician

                                               

Statia gens

The gens Statia was a minor plebeian family at ancient Rome. Members of this gens are first mentioned in the early decades of the Republic, but the name does not appear again in history until the time of Cicero. The Statii remained relatively und ...

                                               

Asifa

ASIFA-Egypt, the regional African and Arabian chapter of The International Association of Animation Filmmakers ASIFA based in Alexandria ASIFA-East Animation Festival ASIFA-Hollywood, an American non-profit organization in Los Angeles, California ...

                                               

Rodi (disambiguation)

Rodi e Kollates, mountain peak in the Prokletije range in northern Albania Rodi Garganico, an Italian municipality in the Province of Foggia, Apulia Rodì Milici, an Italian municipality in the Province of Messina, Sicily Rodi Prato Leventina, a S ...

                                               

Leonard Levitt

Leonard Levitt is an American author known for his books about crime and the New York City Police Department. He is an Edgar Award winner and worked as a Peace Corps teacher in Tanzania in the early and mid-sixties. He is also the author of An Af ...

                                               

Farewell

Farewell, Missouri, a community in the United States Farewell and Chorley, a location in the United Kingdom near Lichfield, site of the former Farewell Priory

                                               

What Did Jack Do?

What Did Jack Do? is a 2017 American black-and-white short film written and directed by David Lynch. It premiered on November 8, 2017, at the Fondation Cartier pour lArt Contemporain in Paris. It was later released to Netflix on January 20, 2020. ...