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Live in Bloomington, September 30, 2011

Live in Bloomington, September 30, 2011 is a live album by Mount Eerie, released in 2013. The album captures a live performance of songs from It Was Hot, We Stayed in the Water to Clear Moon.

                                               

Riverdale High School

Riverdale High School can refer to: Riverdale High School Port Byron, Illinois in Port Byron, Illinois Riverdale High School, Dehradun, India in Dallanwala, Dehradun Riverdale High School Riverdale, Malibu in Riverdale, California Riverdale High ...

                                               

Ben Nevis (disambiguation)

Ben Nevis, near Fort William in Scotland, is the highest mountain in the British Isles, standing at 1.345 m or 4.413 ft above sea level. Ben Nevis may also refer to: Ben Nevis Svalbard, a mountain in Spitsbergen Ben Nevis Township, a township in ...

                                               

Spear chucker

Spear chucker or Spearchucker can refer to: An ethnic slur for people with African ancestry Additionally "spear-chucker" was referenced in The Boondocks created by Aaron McGruder - an animated satirical show highlighting political and socioeconom ...

                                               

Anthony Carter (disambiguation)

Anthony Carter is a basketball player. Anthony Carter may also refer to: Anthony Carter, also known as Anthony Rester, a character in the Death Note series Tony Carter footballer, English footballer Anthony Carter The Passage, fictional character ...

                                               

The Kabuki Warriors

The Kabuki Warriors is a Japanese professional wrestling tag team consisting of Asuka and Kairi Sane, which competes in WWE on the Raw brand, where Asuka is the reigning Raw Womens Champion in her first reign. They are former one-time and longest ...

                                               

Dragons Lair (disambiguation)

Dragons Lair TV series, a mid-1980s animated TV series based on the 1983 video game Dragons Lair III: The Curse of Mordread, a 1993 game for Amiga and DOS formats that mixed material omitted from the conversions of Dragons Lair II with original f ...

                                               

GameClub

GameClub, is a video game subscription service by GameClub Inc. for iOS devices, with an Android release currently in beta. The service specializes in reviving games that have been desisted from the App Store or are no longer supported. It was an ...

                                               

Moody

Moody, Indiana, U.S. Moody, Missouri, USA Moody, Texas, USA Moody Railway Station Moody, Alabama, USA Moody County, South Dakota, USA Moody Tank Conservation Park, a protected area in South Australia Moody, South Australia, a locality Hundred of ...

                                               

Knight Foundation (disambiguation)

Knight Foundation may refer to: the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation – founded by John S. Knight and James L. Knight, newspaper publishers; based in Miami, Florida the Philip H. Knight Foundation, established by Phil Knight, Nike, Inc. co-f ...

                                               

Saving Face

"Saving face" is an idiom for preserving ones honor or prestige Saving Face may refer to: Saving Face 2004 film, a 2004 American romantic comedy drama, named in reference to the sociological concept. Saving Face 2012 film, a 2012 documentary shor ...

                                               

Above Suspicion

Above Suspicion may mean: Above Suspicion TV series, a 2009 TV series based on the novel by Lynda La Plante Above Suspicion 1943 film, starring Joan Crawford and based on the MacInnes novel Above Suspicion 1995 film, starring William H. Macy and ...

                                               

Choreography (disambiguation)

Choreography may refer to: Choreography dance, the process and result of designing dances Choreography, the process and result of designing movement sequences

                                               

Civil Rights movement in South Carolina

Prior to the Civil Rights Movement in South Carolina, African Americans in the state had very few political rights. South Carolina briefly had a majority-black government during the Reconstruction era after the Civil War, but with the 1876 inaugu ...

                                               

Kureha

Kureha may refer to the following: Kureha - a single by Onmyo-Za Kureha Station - a railway station in Toyama, Japan Kureha Chemical Industries - a Japanese chemical manufacturer

                                               

History of the Las Vegas Raiders

The Las Vegas Raiders are a professional American football team based in the Las Vegas metropolitan area. The Raiders compete in the National Football League as a member club of the leagues American Football Conference West division. The Raiders ...

                                               

Jenny Dorsey

Jenny Dorsey is a Chinese American chef, food writer and reality show contestant. Dorsey is known for competing on Food Networks Chopped, Beat Bobby Flay, and Cutthroat Kitchen. In 2016, Dorsey won "Beat Bobby Flay" on Food Network.

                                               

Mark Willis

Mark Willis may refer to: Mark N. Willis born 1963, member of the South Carolina House of Representatives Mark Willis politician born 1969, American politician, Maine Republican National Committeeman, and challenger to Reince Priebus for RNC Chai ...

                                               

Samsung Galaxy A20s

The Samsung Galaxy A20s is an Android phablet developed by Samsung Electronics. It was released in September 23, 2019. It comes with Android 9 with One UI, 32GB and 64 GB internal storage, and a 4000 mAh battery. Perhaps Samsung decided to not re ...

                                               

TR4

TR4 may refer to: Socket TR4, a CPU socket for AMD processors TR4, Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation, the fourth video game in the Tomb Raider series TR4, a postal district in the TR postcode area The TR-4, musician group that recorded with Tommy ...

                                               

Serious Sam 4

Serious Sam 4 is an upcoming first-person shooter developed by Croatian indie development studio Croteam and published by Devolver Digital. It is part of the Serious Sam series and a sequel to Serious Sam 3: BFE. The game was announced in April 2 ...

                                               

Awang Bulgiba Awang Mahmud

Prof. Datuk Dr. Awang Bulgiba bin Awang Mahmud is a Malaysian epidemiologist and physician. He has also been the vice chancellor of the University of Malaya since 2017.

                                               

Ruth Ashdown

Ruth Ashdown is an English retired muay thai fighter, who competed professionally from 2007 to 2018. She is the former WBC Muaythai world champion at flyweight and super-flyweight, as well as the former WBC Muaythai International and Diamond cham ...

                                               

Super Mario Bros. 2 (disambiguation)

Super Mario Bros. 2 is the North American sequel to Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Super Mario Bros. 2 may also refer to: Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, the original, Japan-exclusive sequel to Super Mario Bros. with ...

                                               

Empyrean (disambiguation)

Empyrean, also called the heavenly rose, or the mind of God, is the name of the highest heaven in Christian theology. Empyrean may also refer to: Empyrean Warhammer, the hyperspace in the fictional Warhammer 40.000 universe Empyrean, the 8th trac ...

                                               

Shotbow

Shotbow is a Minecraft game server, founded in February, 2012, by Matt Sundberg and Austin Smith. As of January 2019, the server has had a total of 1 million unique registered users.

                                               

6G

6G or 6-G can refer to: 6G-fructosyltransferase, an enzyme 6G, the production code for the 1983 Doctor Who serial Terminus iPod touch 6g, a model of iPod Touch Mitsubishi 6G engine; see Mitsubishi 6G7 engine Rhodamine 6G, a chemical compound and ...

                                               

W11

W11 may refer to: 11, a postcode district in the W postcode area of Londonl Hansa-Brandenburg W.11, a 1917 fighter seaplane Mercedes-AMG F1 W11 EQ Performance, a Formula One car produced by Mercedes-Benz to compete in the 2020 Formula One World C ...

                                               

Space Oddity (disambiguation)

Space Oddity is a song by David Bowie, the first track from his eponymous 1969 album. Space Oddity may also refer to: Worms: A Space Oddity, a turn based artillery game for the Nintendo Wii "A Space Oddity", a ninth season episode of the TV serie ...

                                               

Jaxon Buell

Jaxon Emmett Buell, was an American child known for being born missing about 80% of his brain due to microhydranencephaly. He surpassed all doctors expectations, who predicted he would not live up to one year old. He lived for five years. When he ...

                                               

Kintetsu 80000 series

The Kintetsu 80000 series is an electric multiple unit train type on order by Kintetsu Railway for use on limited express services in Japan. The trains, branded Hinotori, entered service on March 14 2020.

                                               

Brandon Hagel

Brandon Hagel is a Canadian professional ice hockey forward currently playing for the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League. After making his NHL debut on March 11, 2020, the NHL season was postponed due to COVID-19. During his four se ...

                                               

Vanessa Caswill

Vanessa Caswill is an English director and writer of short films and television dramas. Caswill directed BBC miniseries Thirteen 2016 and Little Women 2017. Little Women marked the first time in Angela Lansburys career of nearly 80 years that she ...

                                               

Club Cumming

Club Cumming is a gay bar and nightclub in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. It frequently hosts cabaret events, Broadway-style shows, dance parties and drag performances. Celebrities, especially Broadway actors, often ma ...

                                               

Bangaru Kodalu (2020 TV series)

Bangaru Kodalu is an Indian Telugu language Soap opera premiered on 24 February 2020 airing on Gemini TV every Monday to Saturday at 1:00PM IST. The show stars Amar Sasanka, Mounika Devi, Priyanka and Divya Deepika in leading roles.

                                               

Eastern Europeans in the United Kingdom

Eastern Europeans living in the United Kingdom have been present in the country, in small numbers, for several centuries, with subsequent large migrations in the 21st-century. The group can usually trace back full or partial heritage to Russia, U ...

                                               

National Catholic Invitational Tournament

The National Catholic Invitational Tournament was a mens college basketball tournament played in the late 1940s and early 1950s. At the time the NCIT was one of the three major college basketball postseason tournaments that included the NCAA, NIT ...

                                               

Geography of water polo

Water polo is a full contact sport played in many countries around the world. The sports international governing body is FINA. Some countries have two principal competitions: a more prestigious league which is typically a double round-robin tourn ...

                                               

Planica 1940

Planica 1940 was a ski flying study competition, held on 10 March 1940 in Planica, Drava Banovina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Over 6.000 people has gathered.

                                               

Jose Cesar de Souza

Jose Cesar de Souza is a retired Brazilian marathon runner who competed in the 1980s and 1990s. In the World Marathon Majors, de Souza became the second athlete from Brazil to win the Chicago Marathon when he won the 1992 event in 2:16:14. The fo ...

                                               

T51

T51, T.51 or T-51 may refer to: T51, Dan Jones International Airport FAA LID T51, Toxic effect of alcohol ICD-10 code Slingsby T.51 Dart, a British glider T-51A, the designation for three Cessna 150s used by the United States Air Force Academy Fl ...

                                               

RLR

RLR may refer to: Rockland Records, a music label by singer R. Kelly. Rahal Letterman Racing, another auto racing team, from the IndyCar Series and American Le Mans Series ALMS Regular local ring, a class of commutative rings in mathematics Ruisl ...

                                               

Mid-Atlantic

Mid-Atlantic or Mid Atlantic can refer to: Mid-Atlantic English, a mix between British English and American English Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference, an athletic league in the United States Mid-Atlantic Region Little League World Series, one of t ...

                                               

W1

W1 could refer to: W-1 tool steel, a water-hardening steel Wrestle-1, a Japanese professional wrestling promotion The computational complexity class W in parameterized complexity GN W-1, an electric locomotive built for the Great Northern Railway ...

                                               

IMSA

IMSA may refer to: IMSA Prototype Lites Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, a residential school located in Aurora, Illinois IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge IMSA GT Championship, its flagship racing series from 1971 to 1998. WeatherTech SportsCar Ch ...

                                               

Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada

On January 25, the first identified presumptive case in Canada was a male in his 50s who travelled between Wuhan and Guangzhou before returning to Toronto on January 22. Canada issued a travel advisory against non-essential travel to China due to ...

                                               

2019 California 8 Hours

The 2019 California 8 Hours was the third edition of the California 8 Hours race held on WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca on 30 March 2019. The race was contested with GT3-spec cars, "GT Cup" for one-make spec cars, GT4-spec cars. The race was org ...

                                               

Class 1

Class 1 may refer to: Class 1, in the electrical Appliance classes The first class in terms of hiking difficulty in the Yosemite Decimal System Class 1 World Powerboat Championship Laser Safety Class 1 Class 1 Touring Cars was an FIA classificati ...

                                               

Julie Tien

Julie Tian, or Tian Ling-ling or Julie Chien, a politician from Taiwan. Tian graduated from the National Chengchi University with a bachelors degree in Spanish in 1960 and later on earned a master of library science from the George Peabody Colleg ...

                                               

Lord of Alconchel

Lord of Alconchel is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, granted in 1445 by John II to Gutierre de Sotomayor, Grand master of the Order of Alcantara. The title makes reference to Alconchel, a town in Badajoz.