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Zanna (disambiguation)

Zanna may refer to: Zanna surname, multiple people Zanna bug, a genus of insects Zanna, 1984 pop music song by Luc van Acker and Anna Domino It may also refer to:

                                               

Thunderer

Thunderer may refer to: The Thunderer, a DC Comics villain in Metamorphos Rogues Gallery ST Thunderer, a British tug in service 1953–58 The Thunderer Wyoming, a mountain peak in Yellowstone National Park Colt M1877, a double-action revolver the a ...

                                               

Forgive Me If Ive Told You This Before

Forgive Me If Ive Told You This Before is a Young Adult LGBT coming of age story written by Karelia Stetz-Waters. The book is set in a 1992 rural Oregon town during the middle of the campaign against homosexual equal rights known as the 1992 Oreg ...

                                               

White Tower

The White Tower Czech Republic, a 16th-century tower in the city of Hradec Kralove White Tower of London, a central tower in the Tower of London, United Kingdom The White Tower British Columbia, a Canadian Rockies mountain named after the tower i ...

                                               

Inland Sea

Inland Sea may refer to: Inland sea geology, a sea that covers a central area of a landmass specific inland seas named "Inland Sea" Khawr al Udayd, an inlet of the Persian Gulf Seto Inland Sea, the body of water separating three of the main islan ...

                                               

San Pablo

San Pablo, Colorado Pilot Knob Imperial County, California San Pablo, California San Pablo Bay, California

                                               

Lourdes (disambiguation)

Our Lady of Lourdes Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes, often referred to simply as "Lourdes", a site of religious pilgrimage in the town of Lourdes in France, reputed to heal the sick Lourdes water Lourdes apparitions Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Manito ...

                                               

Dies Irae (disambiguation)

Dies irae is a 13th-century Latin hymn. Dies Irae may also refer to: Dies Irae anime, an anime adaptation of the visual novel Dies Irae, a 2014 novella by William R. Forstchen Dies Irae short story, a novel written by Slovak novelist Martin Kukuc ...

                                               

Ordinary People (disambiguation)

Ordinary People: Our Story, an autobiography by Ozzy Osbourne Ordinary People Evans novel, a 2018 novel by Diana Evans Ordinary People novel, a 1976 novel by Judith Guest on which the film is based

                                               

Prague (disambiguation)

Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic. Prague may also refer to: Places Prague, Nebraska Praha, Texas Praha, Slovakia, a village outside Lucenec in South-East Slovakia Prague, Oklahoma New Prague, Minnesota Other Prag 2006 film, a 2006 Dani ...

                                               

Landscape (disambiguation)

Landscape refers to the visible features of an area of land, or a pictorial representation of an area of countryside. Landscape may also refer to:

                                               

Esk

Esk Island, in the Great Palm Island group, Queensland, Australia River Esk disambiguation Esk, Queensland, Australia Esk Island, one of the Whitsunday Islands, Queensland, Australia Shire of Esk, a former local government area in Queensland, Aus ...

                                               

Petrov

Petrov surname or Petrova surname Stanislav Petrov, Soviet lt. colonel Viktor Petrov, the fictional President of Russia in House of Cards U.S. TV series Katerina Petrova, a character in The Vampire Diaries Martin Petrov, Bulgarian footballer Stil ...

                                               

Seven Brothers (disambiguation)

Seven Brothers may refer to: Seven Brothers comic, a 2006 comic from John Woo and Virgin Comics Seven Santini Brothers, an international moving and relocation firm Seven Brothers islands, the English name given to the group of small islands off t ...

                                               

Last Post (disambiguation)

Last Post is a ceremonial musical call. Last Post or The Last Post may also refer to: The Last Post podcast, offshoot of The Bugle and co-production with Somethin Else The Last Post album, a 2007 album by Carbon/Silicon The Last Post short film, ...

                                               

Georgios Vagiannidis

Georgios Vagiannidis is a Greek professional footballer who plays as a right-back for Panathinaikos.

                                               

2020 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Play-offs

The play-offs of the 2020 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I were the final stages of the Group I zonal competition involving teams from the Europe/Africa. Using the positions determined in their pools, the thirteen teams faced off to determine t ...

                                               

Bansuri: The Flute

Bansuri: The Flute is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language drama film written and directed by Hari Viswanath. Produced by Mou Roychowdhury, the film stars Anurag Kashyap, Rituparna Sengupta and Upendra Limaye in major roles. The film began principal ...

                                               

Meadow (disambiguation)

New Meadows, Idaho Meadow, Texas Meadow, Nebraska Meadow, South Dakota Peacocks Crossroads, North Carolina, formerly called "Meadow" Meadows, Illinois Meadow Grove, Nebraska Meadows, Maryland Meadow, Utah, small town in Millard County

                                               

Namasenda

Namasenda is a Swedish singer and songwriter from Stockholm. She is most well known for releases on PC Music and her work with musicians such as Liz and A. G. Cook. In 2012 she joined she was awarded a vocal sholarship by the Hollywood Chamber of ...

                                               

Rocket science

Rocket science is a primary branch of aerospace engineering. Its not rocket science is a phrase meaning something that is not difficult to understand. Rocket Science, Its Not Rocket Science and variants may also refer to:

                                               

Youngblood

Young Blood 1926 film, a German silent drama film Youngblood 1978 film, an American film starring Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs Young Blood 1932 film, an American western film "Youngblood" CSI: NY episode "Young Bloods" Falling Skies, an episode of Fall ...

                                               

Patrizia Giancotti

Patrizia Giancotti is an Italian anthropologist, photographer, journalist, author and radio host. She teaches at Sigmund Freud University Milan, and Accademia di belle arti di Reggio Calabria.

                                               

Musica Nova

Musica Nova a musical collection Venice, 1540, with ricercars of Julio Segni and Willaert with Girolamo Cavazzoni, Girolamo Parabosco Musica Nova Leipzig 1626, Johann Hermann Schein Musica Nova Venice 1568, Adrian Willaerts own collection of mote ...

                                               

PR2

PR2 may refer to: Google PageRank Aircrew Survival Equipmentman 2nd Class US Navy rating; previously designated as Parachute Rigger 2nd Class, hence PR2 London Buses route PR2 Polskie Radio Program II, a radio channel broadcast by the Polish publ ...

                                               

The Man Without a Country (disambiguation)

The Man Without a Country is an 1863 short story by Edward Everett Hale. The Man Without a Country may also refer to: The Man Without a Country 1937 film, a short, and a remake of the 1917 film The Man Without a Country 1917 film, an American sil ...

                                               

A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova

A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova is a 1965 Czech television film about a young Jewish woman during World War II. It is based on Arnost Lustigs novel of the same name.

                                               

Battalion (1927 film)

Lawyer Frantisek Uher discovers his wife is cheating on him. He leaves home and goes to a low-class pub Battalion where he meets various characters from the bottom of the society. He becomes their defender.

                                               

Lenny

Lennie surname, a list of people Lenny Bruce, stage name of Leonard Schneider 1925–1966, American stand-up comedian, social critic and satirist Lenny singer born 1993, Czech songwriter Lenny Montana 1926–1992, professional wrestler and mob enforc ...

                                               

Return of the Prodigal Son (disambiguation)

Return of the Prodigal Son is a parable of Jesus from the Bible. Return of the Prodigal Son may also refer to: The Return of the Prodigal Son, a 2013 album by Axe Murder Boyz/Young Wicked The Return of the Prodigal Son album by Stanley Turrentine ...

                                               

Flying machine (disambiguation)

Flying machine is an archaic, early term for an aircraft. The term flying machine may also refer to: Flying Machines s.r.o., Czech aircraft manufacturer

                                               

Bazaar (disambiguation)

Bazaar 1982 film, a 1982 Indian film directed by Sagar Sarhadi Bazaar 2019 film, a 2019 Indian Kannada film by Suni Bazaar 1949 film, a 1949 Indian Hindi language family-drama film directed by K. Amarnath

                                               

The Tunnel

Der Tunnel novel, 1913 German novel by Bernhard Kellermann "The Tunnel" short story, 1952 short story by Friedrich Durrenmatt El Tunel The Tunnel, 1948 novel by Ernesto Sabato The Tunnel novel, 1995 novel by William H. Gass "The Tunnel", short st ...

                                               

There Is No Evil

There Is No Evil is a 2020 Iranian drama film directed by Mohammad Rasoulof. It won the Golden Bear for Best Film at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival. The film relates four stories concerning the death penalty in Iran. Rasoulof explain ...

                                               

Lizard (disambiguation)

Lizard Creek disambiguation, any one of several streams

                                               

Tony Zosherafatain

Tony Zosherafatain is an American director, producer, and writer from Boston, Massachusetts. He openly identifies as a transgender man and has directed and produced award-winning films about trans identity. As a documentarian, his films utilize a ...

                                               

Burrow (disambiguation)

The Burrow, a fictional place in the Harry Potter series Burrow-with-Burrow, a parish in Lancashire, England FAU Arena or The Burrow, the Florida Atlantic University Arena Burrow, a small mound or hillock Burrow Shropshire, a hill in Shropshire, ...

                                               

Wind of Change

Winds of Change, novel by Anna Jacobs Winds of Change Lackey novel, a 1994 novel by Mercedes Lackey The Winds of Change Richard Jury Mysteries by Martha Grimes Wind of Change: The Scorpions Story, by Martin Popoff Winds of Change: Britain in the ...

                                               

Jellyfish (disambiguation)

Jellyfish are marine invertebrates. Jellyfish may also refer to: Jellyfish 2018 film, a British film by James Gardner "Jellyfish" Local Natives song Jellyfish band, an early 1990s pop band from San Francisco Jellyfish film, an Israeli film Jellyf ...

                                               

Cathedral (disambiguation)

Cathedral Caves, a series of sea caves in southern New Zealand Cathedral Cavern disambiguation, the name for several natural and industrial structures Cathedral Mansions Apartment Buildings, historic buildings in Washington, D.C. Cathedral, Color ...

                                               

My Story

My Story, by Sarah, Duchess of York, 1996 My Story Kamala Das book 1977 My Story Michael Clarke book, 2016 My Story Julia Gillard autobiography, 2014 Ingrid Bergman: My Story, by Ingrid Bergman, 1980 My Story, by Schapelle Corby, 2006 My Story Kr ...

                                               

Checkmate (disambiguation)

Checkmate Sydney Horler novel, a 1930 novel by Sydney Horler Checkmates, a 1989 play with Vanessa L. Williams Checkmate, a short story from A Twist in the Tale Checkmates, a 1987 play by Ron Milner Checkmate, an 1871 novel by Sheridan Le Fanu Che ...

                                               

Haqeeqat (2019 TV series)

Haqeeqat is a Pakistani anthology television series consisting of a collection of assorted family stories which premiered on 1 December 2019 on A-Plus TV. The series airs weekly with a different cast on each episode and based on short stories of ...

                                               

Razzaq Mahar

Razzaq Mahar was a well known Pakistani short story writer, playwright and columnist of Sindhi Language from Sindh, Pakistan.

                                               

Ayesha (TV series)

Ayesha is a 2020 Pakistani drama web television series, presented by GlaxoSmithKline and directed by Najaf Bilgrami. First episode of the series aired online on 8 February 2020. It features Yasra Rizvi, Sarmad Khoosat, Shees Sajjad and Maham Amir ...

                                               

Akbar Jiskani

Akbar Jiskani wrote many short stories and novels in Sindhi. A Sindhi newspaper Affairnews maintions that Akbar Jiakani was born to Jaam Khan Jiskani on first September 1958 at Johi town, of Dadu District, Sindh. Pakistan. Jiskani became orphan i ...

                                               

Dikhawa

Dikhawa is a Pakistani anthology soap series, premiered on 25 April 2020 on Geo Entertainment. It is Created by Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi under 7th Sky Entertainment. The spin-off to the anthology series Makafaat, it features different sh ...

                                               

Malvina Bråkenhielm

Malvina Bråkenhielm born Hilda Ingeborg Malvina Gabriella Runsten was a Swedish writer of 30 novels and 250 short stories. She was philanthropic and also performed and taught music. Her elder sister was the writer Laura Fitinghoff.

                                               

Joe Public

Joe Public may refer to: Joe Public band, a new jack swing musical group Joe Public album, the debut album by the new jack swing group Joe Public, a generic name used to denote a hypothetical "common man" in the United Kingdom, known as John Q. P ...

                                               

Children of the Sun (book)

Children of the Sun is a 1957 book by Morris West. It was his first international success. The book was a best seller in Europe and England and marked a turning point in the career of West. The Sydney Morning Herald said "with this work, West not ...