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Fearless (Fleur East album)

Fearless is the second studio album by British singer and rapper Fleur East, released on 20 March 2020 by her own label Platinum East. The album was scheduled to be supported by Easts first headline tour The Fearless Experience, but this was post ...

                                               

God Bless the Renegades

God Bless the Renegades is the first full-length solo album by American rock musician Clint Lowery. The album was recorded and mixed at Studio Barbarosa in Gotha, Florida, produced by Michael "Elvis" Baskette. It was released under label Rise on ...

                                               

Accelerator (Particle album)

"Devils Work" 3:52 "Home Away From Home" 6:13 "Gustava" 4:17 "Accelerator" 10:41 "Bravo Delta" 4:04 "Heist" 3:02 "Star City" 7:06 "All Night" 4:42 "Wire" 3:57

                                               

Cable Bridge Surat

Cable Bridge, Surat or Pandit Dindayal Upadhyay Bridge is a sable-stayed bridge over the Tapi river that connects Athwa and Adajan areas of Surat, India. The bridge is named after Indian politician and thinker Deendayal Upadhyaya. A connected 3-w ...

                                               

Nord Wave

The Nord Wave is a 49-key polyphonic synthesiser developed by Clavia. It integrates the playback and manipulation of samples into a virtual analog and FM synth engine, which is a rare combination on keyboard synthesizers.

                                               

QDOS

QDOS may refer to: Gazelle Systems QDOS, a file-manager-type environment for DOS, published in 1991 QDOS Qasar DOS, the Motorola 6800-based operating system of the Fairlight CMI digital sampling synthesizer series, based on the MDOS Motorola DOS ...

                                               

MDOS

MDOS may refer to: Myarc Disk Operating System aka MDOS, an operating system emulating the TI-99/4A for the Geneve 9640 in 1987 Multiuser DOS aka DR MDOS, a DOS- and CP/M compatible 32-bit protected mode operating system for 386 machines develope ...

                                               

Jason Bowld

Jason Bowld is a British drummer currently playing with Bullet for My Valentine, formerly of Pitchshifter, This Is Menace and AxeWound. He was approached by Ghost at one point but turned it down. Bowlds first show with Bullet For My Valentine was ...

                                               

Tiger tail (disambiguation)

A tiger tail is part of the morphology of a tiger. Tiger tail may also refer to: Tiger Tail 19th century, Seminole leader Tiger Tail, the title of the reissue of jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentines album Stan "The Man" Turrentine Tigertail Synth ...

                                               

Nathan Davis

Nathan Davis is the name of: Nathan Davis basketball, American college basketball coach Nathan Smith Davis 1817–1904, physician instrumental in founding Northwestern University Nathan Davis actor 1917–2008, American actor Nathan Smith Davis, Jr. ...

                                               

Yui

Yui singer born 1987, Japanese singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and actress Yui people or Ibi, a Timucuan-speaking people in what now is Georgia, United States Yui name, a Japanese name

                                               

826aska

826aska is a Japanese electric organist from Fukui Prefecture. Her 2019 debut album, DEPARTURES, and her 2020 follow-up, possible, have both charted on the Oricon Albums Chart.

                                               

Castanet (disambiguation)

Castanet-Tolosan, in the Haute-Garonne departement, France Castanet, Tarn-et-Garonne, in the Tarn-et-Garonne departement, France Castanet, Tarn, in the Tarn departement, France Castanet, Aveyron, in the Aveyron departement, France Castanet-le-Hau ...

                                               

Roland DDR-30

The Roland DDR-30 "Alpha Drum" is a digital PCM drum module built by Roland, in early 1985. It was introduced during 1985 Summer NAMM industry trade show in New Orleans.

                                               

List of Nottinghamshire Cricket Board List A players

A cricket team representing the Nottinghamshire Cricket Board played five List A cricket matches between 1999 and 2002. This is a list of the players who appeared in those matches. Mark Footitt, 1 match, 2001 Simon Neal, 1 match, 1999 Aaron Thoma ...

                                               

2009 Mackay Cutters season

The 2009 Mackay Cutters season was the second in the clubs history. Coached by Shane Muspratt and captained by Jardine Bobongie, they competed in the QRLs Wizard Cup. The club finished the season in 14th, last place, winning the wooden spoon.

                                               

Taroc lHombre

Taroc lHombre is an extinct card game of the European Tarot card game family for 3 players that was played with a full pack of 78 tarot cards, known as tarocs or taroks. It emerged in Italy around 1770 as Tarocc Ombre but later spread to Austria ...

                                               

Kosmogonia

Kosmogonia is a composition by Krzysztof Penderecki. It "explores a complex sound tapestry". Kosmogonia derived from cosmos was commissioned by and in celebration of the United Nations twenty-fifth anniversary. It was then performed October 24" 1 ...

                                               

Posterior horn

The term posterior horn may refer to: Posterior horn of lateral ventricle in the brain, which passes forward, laterally and slightly downward, from the corpus callosum into the occiptal lobe Posterior horn of spinal cord, the dorsal towards the b ...

                                               

Horner House

Horner House may refer to: in the United States by state Horner-Hyde House, Pierre, South Dakota, NRHP-listed Druin-Horner House, near Richmond, Virginia, NRHP-listed Horner House Toms River, New Jersey, listed on the National Register of Histori ...

                                               

Cangas

Cangas, Pontevedra, a town and municipality in Galicia, Spain Cangas del Narcea, a municipality in Asturias, Spain Cangas de Onis, a municipality in Asturias, Spain Cangas del Narcea parish, capital of the municipality

                                               

TCHS

TCHS may refer to: The Chinese High School Singapore Temple City High School in Temple City, California Temescal Canyon High School in Lake Elsinore, California Tri-Cities High School in East Point, Georgia Timber Creek High School in The Colony ...

                                               

Itea

Itea may refer to: Itea plant, a genus of plants Itea ilicifolia, holly-leaved sweetspire Itea virginica, Virginia sweetspire Itea, Evros, a village in the southeastern part of the Evros regional unit Itea, Karditsa, a village in the northeastern ...

                                               

Bill Nace

Bill Nace is an experimental guitarist. Nace has collaborated with Joe McPhee, Steve Gunn, Thurston Moore, Yoko Ono, Okkyung Lee, and Kim Gordon. With Gordon, Nace is part of the experimental electric guitar duo Body/Head.

                                               

All Saints Church, Westbury

The Church of All Saints is the main Church of England parish church in Westbury, Wiltshire, England. There has been a church on the site since Saxon times.

                                               

Gerald Pring

Gerald Pring was a British stage and film actor. He played a number of supporting roles in British and American films during the silent and sound eras. In 1930 he appeared in the West End in the comedy Almost a Honeymoon.

                                               

Wertheim

Wertheim may refer to: Wertheim & Co., an investment firm Wertheim am Main, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany Wertheim department store, a chain of German department stores Wertheim Piano, an Australian brand of piano Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge, ...

                                               

Soloist

Soloist may refer to: Rockman Soloist, a guitar amplifier part of the Rockman series In mountaineering, someone who specializes in solo climbing Solo dance, a dancer who dances alone Solo music, a person playing music or singing alone Soloist bal ...

                                               

Morton High School

Morton High School could refer to the following schools in the United States: Oliver P. Morton High School, Hammond, Indiana Morton High School Mississippi - one of two high school facilities of Scott County School District Mississippi Morton Hig ...

                                               

Margaret McCartney

Margaret Mary McCartney is a Scottish general practitioner, freelance writer and broadcaster based in Glasgow, Scotland. McCartney is a vocal advocate for evidence-based medicine. McCartney was a regular columnist at the British Medical Journal. ...

                                               

Kashiyatra

Kashiyatra is the annual socio cultural festival of Indian Institute of Technology Varanasi which is organised in the mid of January. It is one of the most prominent college festivals in India. This event encompasses a beautiful blend of literatu ...

                                               

Nick Harper (disambiguation)

Nick Harper, main character in 2004 film Face of Terror, played by Ricky Schroder Nick Harper My Family, fictional character in the British sitcom My Family

                                               

Somnium

Somnium was originally a Latin word meaning "dream", and may refer to: Somnium novel, a scientific fantasy in Latin by Johannes Kepler Somnium album a 7-hour album by the ambient musician Robert Rich Somnium, a short film made in 2017 which won t ...

                                               

James St Clair-Erskine, 5th Earl of Rosslyn

James Francis Harry St Clair-Erskine, 5th Earl of Rosslyn, styled Lord Loughborough until 1890, was a Scottish soldier, author and aristocrat.

                                               

Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (disambiguation)

Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland is a Lutheran hymn. Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland may also refer to: Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 599, a chorale prelude by Johann Sebastian Bach, included in the Orgelbuchlein Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 61 ...

                                               

Mogami

Mogami can refer to: Japanese cruiser Mogami 1934 - a World War II heavy cruiser in the Imperial Japanese Navy and lead ship of the Mogami -class Mogami, Yamagata - a town in Mogami District Mogami clan Tohru Mogami, Japanese engineer Mogami Rive ...

                                               

Big Stepper

Big Stepper is a song by American rapper Roddy Ricch. The song was released on October 11, 2019 as the lead single from Ricchs debut studio album Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial. The song was written by Rodrick Moore, Jr., Cristian Gonzalez ...

                                               

Smith v. Texas

Smith v. Texas, 543 U.S. 37 2004 Smith I, a per curiam decision that held a capital jury was unconstitutionally restricted from considering a defendants mitigation evidence at sentencing. Smith v. Texas, 550 U.S. ___ 2007 Smith II, a 5-4 decision ...

                                               

Wilhelm Mohr (journalist)

Wilhelm Mohr first studied theology in Bonn. In 1863, he received a doctorate on Sophocles. In 1864 he found a job as a teacher at the Marzellengymnasium in Cologne. From 1869 to 1871 he worked as a journalist in Rome and Florence. Then from 1874 ...

                                               

Alicia Parla

Alicia Parla was a Cuban rhumba dancer and hospital administrator who was called "the Queen of Rumba" by the press. Born into a strict middle-class Cuban family, she and her family moved to Miami when Cuba became politically turbulent in the 1920 ...

                                               

Breakfast with a View to the Elbrus Mountains

The film tells about the journalist Pavel Denisov, who broke up with his beloved woman Larisa and went to the mountains, where he met another woman who fell in love with him.

                                               

Franco Del Prete

Born in Frattamaggiore, Del Prete was one of the founders of the groups The Showmen, Napoli Centrale, and Sud Express. He also worked as a lyricist for James Senese, Eduardo De Crescenzo, and Sal da Vinci.

                                               

The Life of Pierre 4

The Life of Pierre 4 is the debut studio album by American record producer and rapper Pierre Bourne. It was released on June 21, 2019, by SossHouse Records and Interscope Records. The album debuted at number 107 on the Billboard 200 albums chart ...

                                               

Slimeball 3

Slimeball 3 is the third mixtape by American rapper Young Nudy. It was released on August 8, 2018, by RCA Records. It is a follow-up to 2017s Slimeball 2 and serves as the third mixtape in the Slimeball series. The mixtape features guest appearan ...

                                               

Douglas Davis

Douglas or Doug Davis may refer to: Doug E. Davis born 1977, American politician Doug Davis businessman born 1974, music executive, sports agent and philanthropist Doug E. Fresh Douglas E. Davis, born 1966, American emcee, record producer and bea ...

                                               

CARC

CARC may refer to: Club Atletico Rosario Central, an Argentinian sports club Chemical Agent Resistant Coating the type paint commonly applied to military vehicles which provides protection against chemical and biological weapons Canadian Audio Re ...

                                               

Hit the Back

Hit the Back is a song by American singer-songwriter King Princess released as the fourth pre-release single from her debut studio album Cheap Queen. On Twitter, Straus claimed the song was "the anthem for bottoms everywhere."

                                               

Anthony Cheung (composer)

Anthony Cheung is a composer and a pianist. He won a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2016, the Rome Prize in 2012, and first prize in the Sixth International Dutilleux Competition.

                                               

Future Teenage Cave Artists

Future Teenage Cave Artists is the fifteenth studio album by American group Deerhoof. It was released on May 29, 2020 under Joyful Noise Recordings. A tour to support the release was scheduled for May and June 2020; however, these are being resch ...

                                               

Tailu

Tailu is a town in Lianjiang County, Fuzhou, Fujian, China. Tailu is located at the eastern tip of the Huangqi Peninsula / Beijiao Peninsula and is bordered to the west by the town of Huangqi and to the south by the East China Sea, across which L ...