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S21

Sukhoi-Gulfstream S-21, a proposed supersonic business jet Brazilian submarine Tonelero S21 HMS Onyx S21, a British submarine USS S-21 SS-126, a 1920 S-class submarine of the United States Navy

                                               

Nikias of Kos

Nikias was a ruler of the island of Kos who died circa 20 BCE, labeled a tyrant. The Nazareth Inscription, once thought by some to be connected to Jesus, was likely proclaimed by Augustus in the wake of the descration of his tomb. Coins created d ...

                                               

John Anderson, FRS

John Anderson, FRS may refer to any of three scientists who were Fellows of the Royal Society: Sir John Anderson zoologist 1833–1900, Scottish, first curator of the Indian Museum in Calcutta John H. D. Anderson 1726–1796, Scottish natural philoso ...

                                               

Sylvirana

Sylvirana is a genus of true frogs, family Ranidae, found in South and East Asia, from northeastern India in west to China in the north, Taiwan in the east, and Thailand in the south. Originally proposed as a subgenus of Rana in 1992, it has been ...

                                               

Sukhna Interpretation Centre

The Sukhna Interpretation Centre/ Sukhna Gallery is an Indian art museum at Sukhna Lake. It was inaugurated by Manoj Parida who is the Advisor to the Administrator of Chandigarh on 4 December 2019, on the occasion of the 52nd anniversary of the d ...

                                               

List of Helena Bonham Carter performances

English actress Helena Bonham Carter has been acting since the early 1980s. First appearing in the television series A Pattern of Roses in 1983 before making her film debut playing Lucy Honeychurch in A Room with a View and the title character in ...

                                               

Agnes Burns

Agnes Burns or Agnes Galt was Robert’s eldest sister born in 1762 at the Alloway Cottage in South Ayrshire to William Burnes and Agnes Broun. She did not adopt the spelling Burnes. At the advanced age of forty-two, late for the times in which she ...

                                               

Shaughnessy: The Iron Marshal

Shaughnessy: The Iron Marshal was a 1996 Western TV movie aired on CBS and based on the 1979 Louis LAmour novel, Shaughnessy. The movie starred Matthew Settle as title character Tommy Shaughnessy, also starring Bo Hopkins, Stuart Whitman, Linda K ...

                                               

Benita Sciarra

Benita Sciarra was an Italian archaeologist and director of the Francesco Ribezzo Archeology Museum in Brindisi. She specialised in leading underwater archaeological investigations along the Brindisi coast, which led to discoveries such as the br ...

                                               

Red Castle

Red Castle may be: Waldsteinburg, Bavaria, Germany, also called the Red Castle Japanese aircraft carrier Akagi, the aircraft carrier used during the attack on Pearl Harbor which name translates to "red castle". Red Castle, Angus, Scotland at Luna ...

                                               

Teufelsburg (Saarland)

The Teufelsburg castle ruin lies to the west of Saarlouis on the edge of the middle Saartal at a height of 320 m above Sea level. The castle is north of Felsberg and is easily reached from Upper Felsberg as well as via the Vauban-Steig, a designa ...

                                               

Mongolor Building

The Mongolor Building is a historical two-story building built in 1905 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. It has been called by various names in Mongolian such as the English Bank Building, Red Building of Grot, Headquarters of Baron Ungern, Prison of the ...

                                               

Rugby Museum

Rugby Museum may refer to: Rugby Art Gallery, Museum & Library, a local history museum and gallery in the English town of Rugby, Warwickshire National Rugby League Museum, a museum of Rugby League planned for Bradford, England World Rugby Museum, ...

                                               

Bullock

Bullock may refer to: Bullock Correctional Facility, a medium-security Alabama Department of Corrections prison Bullock County, Alabama Bullock in North America, a young bull an uncastrated male bovine animal Bullock in British English, a castrat ...

                                               

Tonight

Tonight with Arnold Clavio, a Philippine television talk show The Tonight Show, a United States talk show, also known in its early years as simply Tonight Tonight 1957 TV programme, a 1957–1965 British current events television programme hosted b ...

                                               

Freedom Park

Miami Freedom Park, a proposed soccer stadium in Miami Freedom Park Atlanta, a large city park Freedom Park Omaha, Nebraska, an outdoor park and museum at the Greater Omaha Marina Freedom Park Charlotte, North Carolina, a large city park Freedom ...

                                               

São Sebastião

São Sebastião Setubal, a civil parish in the municipality of Setubal São Sebastião Lagos, a civil parish in the municipality of Lagos São Sebastião Rio Maior, a civil parish in the municipality of Rio Maior São Sebastião Loule, a civil parish in ...

                                               

Lake Malawi (disambiguation)

Lake Malawi, also known as Lake Nyasa in Tanzania and Lago Niassa in Mozambique, is an African Great Lake and the southernmost lake in the East African Rift system, located between Malawi, Mozambique and Tanzania. It may also refer to: Lake Malaw ...

                                               

Sea World (Shenzhen)

Sea World is a large tourist attraction and mall in Shekou, Nanshan District, Shenzhen. Its main attraction is the large ship, Minghua, in the center of the mall. Inside the boat, there is a hotel. Surrounding the boat, there are many restaurants ...

                                               

Museums of Sogn og Fjordane

Museums of Sogn og Fjordane is a Norwegian museum consortium. It was established on January 14, 2009. It is a consolidation of the Coastal Museum in Sogn og Fjordane, the Sogn og Fjordane Art Museum, the Sunnfjord Museum, the Nordfjord Folk Museu ...

                                               

Nordfjord Folk Museum

The Nordfjord Folk Museum is a regional museum for Nordfjord, Norway and is a division of Museums of Sogn og Fjordane. The museum is located in the Jolet area of Sandane in the municipality of Gloppen.

                                               

Coastal Museum in Sogn og Fjordane

The Coastal Museum in Sogn og Fjordane is a cultural history museum located in Floro, Norway. The museum was established in 1980 and is a division of Museums of Sogn og Fjordane. The museum presents the natural and cultural conditions along the c ...

                                               

Florence Lundborg

Florence Lundborg was an American illustrator, poster artist, and painter known for her book illustrations and wartime paintings. She was a member, with Gelett Burgess, of the San Francisco group "Les Jeunes", who published The Lark in the 1890s; ...

                                               

Leptomantis

Leptomantis, known as slim treefrogs, is a genus of frogs found from southern peninsular Thailand to the Philippines. Species in the genus Leptomantis were formerly considered part of the genus Rhacophorus.

                                               

Prussia (disambiguation)

Prussia was a German state that formed the German Empire in 1871. Prussia or Prussian may also refer to: Prussia region, a historical region on the Baltic that gave its name to the later German state

                                               

Todros

Todros is a Medieval Sephardic surname and given name that derives from the Greek" Theodoros”, which means "gift/present of God". In some cases, Todros is a literal translation of the Hebrew biblical male name Natan-El. Variants of the surname ar ...

                                               

Hedvig Eleonora Parish

Hedvig Eleonora Parish is a parish in Ostermalms church district in the Diocese of Stockholm, Sweden. The parish is located in Stockholm Municipality in Stockholm County. The parish forms its own pastorship.

                                               

Heide (disambiguation)

Heide may refer to: Places Heide, Venray, a village in the southeast of the Netherlands Heide Park, a theme park in Lower Saxony, Germany Heide, a town in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Heide–Busum Airport in Germany Huis ter Heide disambiguation – ...

                                               

Ataturk (disambiguation)

Ataturk is an honorific surname given to Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey. Ataturk may also refer to: Ataturk Square, Ashgabat Ataturk Cup, a former football competition Ataturk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul Ataturk Airport, the ai ...

                                               

HMH

HMH may refer to: Hamilton-Madison House, a settlement house in New York City Houston Methodist Hospital, part of the Texas Medical Center History Meeting House, in Warsaw, Poland Huber-Mises-Hencky criterion, an alternative name for the von Mise ...

                                               

Khe Gat Airfield

Khe Gat Airfield was a military airfield in Bo Trach District, Quang Binh, Vietnam. It was built within seven months in 1969 and played a major role for the Vietnam Peoples Air Force during the Battle of Dong Hoi in April 1972. Nowadays it is par ...

                                               

Tai Po (disambiguation)

Tai Po is the name of a populated place of Hong Kong, however, the boundary of the area was not defined. It may also refer to the following populated places: Tai Po Tin Tsuen, a village in the North District of Hong Kong Tai Po Old Market Tai Po ...

                                               

Firebase Shepherd

Firebase Shepherd was a United States Marine Corps and Army of the Republic of Vietnam firebase located in Quảng Tri Province, Vietnam.

                                               

Medulla

A medulla is the middle of something. The word came to English and ISV from Latin, where it means marrow. Its anatomical uses include: Medulla oblongata, a part of the brain stem Adrenal medulla, a part of the adrenal gland Medulla hair Medullary ...

                                               

City Hall (disambiguation)

City Hall is the headquarters of a city or towns administration. City Hall may also refer to: "City Hall", a song by Irving Berlin "City Hall", a song by The Fray from their album Reason EP City Hall film, a 1996 film directed by Harold Becker st ...

                                               

Everybody Has

Everybody Has is a song recorded by South Korean singer Chungha released on February 29, 2020, by MNH Entertainment and distributed by Stone Music Entertainment. The song is part of MNH Entertainments project album New.wav.

                                               

Sparkle City (album)

William Ruhlmann of AllMusic says, "He never tries to do too much, satisfying himself to stay within the stylistic confines of traditional honky tonk country, and yet he is enough of a stylist not to come off as generic. It would be easy to imagi ...

                                               

Iqbal Jogi

According to the encyclopedia Sindhiana by Sindhi Language Authority, Hyderabad, Jogi was born on 1 January 1925 in Khairpur District. Later Jogi migrated to Sukkur Sindh. Iqbal Jogi started his career as a Folk artist in 1962 in a cultural fair ...

                                               

Konak Square

Konak Square is a busy square at the southern end of Ataturk Avenue in the Konak district of Izmir, Turkey. The square is the busiest part of the city, as Konak is the main place of Izmir. The square is named after the Vali Konağı of Izmir Provin ...

                                               

Batu Akdeniz

Batu Akdeniz is a Turkish rock musician. He is known for both his solo works and his collaborations with the Heavy Sky band. His interest in music started at a young age and he later joined the Ankara Polyphonic Music Association Choir. In 2012, ...

                                               

Plays the Music of Oasis

Plays the Music of Oasis is an album by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, released on 21 October 1997 on the Music Club label. It contains the Orchestras instrumental renderings of songs by the English rock band Oasis.

                                               

Go for It

Go for It Stiff Little Fingers album, 1981 Go for It Shalamar album, 1981 "Go for It" song, a 1987 single by English football team Coventry City Go for It compilation album, an Australian collection of hit songs by various artists Go for It. Live ...

                                               

Error 93

Error 93 is the second studio album by Argentine singer Cazzu. It was released by surprise on 3 June 2019, by Rimas Entertainment. Error 93 is a trap, hip hop and reggaeton record. It was primarily produced by YTBM and also features production fr ...

                                               

The Wait

The Wait may refer to: The Wait Tebey album, an album by Tebey The Wait 2015 film, a 2015 Italian film "The Wait", a song by Built to Spill from their album You in Reverse The Wait, a 2014 album by Phase "The Wait", a song by The American Analog ...

                                               

G.I.T.

G.I.T. It is a supergroup of rock and new wave from Buenos Aires, Argentina, emerged in the early 1980s, composed of Pablo Guyot, Willy Iturri and Alfredo Toth. The 3 musicians coincided for the first time in Raul Porchettos band, serving as the ...

                                               

Fast Life

Fast Life may refer to: Fastlife, a 2011 album by American recording artist Joe Jonas Fast Life Hadise album, a 2009 album by Turkish/Belgian musician Hadise Fast Life 1932 film, a 1932 film starring William Haines and Madge Evans "Fast Life" Had ...

                                               

Amit Sana

Amit Sana is an Indian pop artist, playback singer, live performer and the finalist of Indian Idol season 1. He was also a part of the show Jo Jeeta Wohi Superstar. He sings predominantly in Hindi. Apart from this he has also sung in Telugu, Punj ...

                                               

Dang Show

Dang Show is a Persian music band formed in 2007 by two brothers: Taha Parsa, and Reza Shaya. According to Taha Parsa, they consider their genre to be called" New Age Folklore”. The name" Dang Show” stems in a poem by Mowlana and means" give up y ...

                                               

Arthur Verocai (album)

At the time of release, Verocai had been producing albums for musicians such as Elis Regina, Jorge Ben, and Ivan Lins. Around the time of recording, Verocai often listened to American funk and soul musicians which heavily influenced the sound of ...

                                               

Pressure (disambiguation)

Pressure play, a 2014 play by David Haig "Pressure", a SpongeBob SquarePants episode