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Chipmunk (disambiguation)

A chipmunk is a small, striped squirrel. Chipmunk may also refer to: Audio time stretching and pitch scaling, known as The Chipmunk effect Chipmunk software, a physics engine Chip rapper, a British rapper also known as Chipmunk Thirteen-lined gro ...

                                               

May 1980

Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 818 was hijacked shortly after taking off from Stockton, California for Los Angeles. The hijacker, from Ceres scaled a fence at the Stockton Municipal Airport, then ran across the grounds to where stairs had been ...

                                               

Hospital museum

Museum of Medical Humanities St Bartholomews Hospital Bakırkoy Psychiatric Hospital Museum Hohlgangsanlage 8 Glenside Museum Franja Partisan Hospital Long Island Psychiatric Museum Springsure Hospital Museum Complex of Sultan Bayezid II Health Mu ...

                                               

MGC

MGC can refer to: Mississippi Gulf Coast Medical Grade Cannabis Machine Gun Corps Museums and Galleries Commission Melbourne Girls College Middle Georgia College Media Gateway Controller, a device in Voice over IP networks Midwest Gaming Classic, ...

                                               

John Lycett

John Lycett was an English paleontologist. He was a physician at Minchinhampton from c.1840-1860. In 1860 he moved to Scarborough in Yorkshire and the "wide dispersal of his magnificent collection of fossils from this area commenced". His monogra ...

                                               

Android

Android operating system, Googles mobile operating system Unnamed Android mascot, a Google mascot sometimes referred to as" Android” Android robot, a humanoid robot or synthetic organism designed to imitate a human Android drug, a brand name for ...

                                               

Blaster

Blaster Learning System, an educational software series originally created by Davidson & Associates Blaster computer worm, a computer worm Sound Blaster, a family of sound cards by Creative Technology Blaster video game, a 1983 arcade game manufa ...

                                               

Mandroid (disambiguation)

A Mandroid is a fictional suit of power armor in Marvel Comics. Mandroids, a portmanteau of man and androids, may also refer to: Mandroid, a 2012 comedy special by Chris Hardwick Mandroid, the name of a primary character in the 1986 film Eliminat ...

                                               

Recycler

ReCellular, recycler and reseller of cell phones Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League, professional organization and standards group based in Denver, Colorado

                                               

Borg (disambiguation)

Borg, Vestvågoy, a village in Vestvågoy municipality in Nordland county Diocese of Borg, a geographical diocese of the Church of Norway Borg, former name of the city Sarpsborg in Ostfold county

                                               

Freedom Rings

Freedom Rings is a song by American singer Brandy Norwood. Conceived during recording sessions for her seventh studio album B7, it was written by Norwood, Ryan "Ryghteous" M. Tedder, Sebastian Kole, and Jeff "Gitty" Gitelman, while production was ...

                                               

What Am I Without You

What Am I Without You is a 1934 German musical comedy film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt and starring Wolfgang Liebeneiner, Betty Bird and Olga Tschechowa. The films sets were designed by the art directors Gustav A. Knauer, Alexander Mugge an ...

                                               

St Hughs

St Hughs may refer to several institutions named after one of several Saint Hughs: St Hughs School, Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire St Hugh’s High School, Kingston, Jamaica, founded in 1899 St. Hildas & St. Hughs School, New York St Hughs Hospital in ...

                                               

Exeter (disambiguation)

Exeter, New Hampshire Exeter High School New Hampshire, a public school Exeter Township, Michigan Exeter, Illinois Exeter incident, a 1965 UFO case Exeter, Missouri Exeter, Connecticut, a village of the town of Lebanon Exeter, California Exeter, ...

                                               

Spring Hill

Spring Hill Historic District Mansfield, Connecticut, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP Spring Hill, Choctaw County, Alabama, an unincorporated community Spring Hill Mobile, Alabama, a neighborhood, formerly a separate town ...

                                               

Sugar Hill

In the United States: Sugar Hill Missouri, a summit in Missouri Sugar Hill, New Hampshire, a town Sugar Hill, Pennsylvania, an unincorporated community Sugar Hill Jacksonville, Florida, a historic African-American neighborhood in Jacksonville, Fl ...

                                               

House on a Hill

House on a Hill is the fifth studio album from Canadian singer and songwriter Amanda Lindsey Cook. It was released on March 29, 2019, via Bethel Music. Cook collaborated with Jason Ingram and Paul Mabury in the production of the album. The album ...

                                               

Clifton Hill

Clifton Hill may mean: Clifton Hill, London, a road in St Johns Wood, City of Westminster, London, UK Clifton Hill, U.S. Virgin Islands, town in the U.S.V.I. Clifton Hill, Laventille, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad Clifton Hill, Trinidad, a beach in Poi ...

                                               

Heartbreak Hill

Heartbreak Hill refers to several ascents in footraces considered difficult for the runners in the Boston Marathon, Heartbreak Hill is an ascent about 20 miles from the start a steep sand dune located at Cable Beach in Broome, Western Australia, ...

                                               

Beverly Hills (disambiguation)

Beverly Hills, California is one of the most affluent cities in the world, and is in the western part of Los Angeles County, California, United States. Beverly Hills may also refer to:

                                               

Kansas City Outbound

Kansas City Outbound is an album by jazz pianist Roberto Magris released on the JMood label in 2008, featuring performances by the Roberto Magris Trio with Art Davis, Jimmy" Junebug” Jackson and Zack Albetta. This album is also the final recordin ...

                                               

T series

T series or T-series may refer to: T series Toronto subway, subway cars built in 1990s ThinkPad T series, laptop computers produced by IBM and Lenovo Mazda Titan, an automobile known as the Mazda T series Canon T series, 1980s camera models FTE T ...

                                               

Our House

Our House Australian TV series, a 1993 Australian lifestyle/DIY program Our House, the cover show for the British childrens game show Hider in the House "Our House" Degrassi: The Next Generation, an episode of Degrassi: The Next Generation Our Ho ...

                                               

Conspiracy (disambiguation)

Conspiracy band, a progressive rock band founded by Billy Sherwood and Chris Squire Conspiracy, an album by The Raven Age "Conspiracy", a song by Paramore from All We Know Is Falling Conspiracy Junior M.A.F.I.A. album Conspiracy Michael Bormann a ...

                                               

Bounty hunter (disambiguation)

Bounty Hunters 2016 film, a Chinese-South Korean-Hong Kong film The Bounty Hunter 2010 film, a comedy film starring Gerard Butler and Jennifer Aniston "Bounty Hunters" Star Wars: The Clone Wars, a second season episode of Star Wars: The Clone War ...

                                               

Time of Your Life

The Time of Your Life TV series, a 2007 British drama series, starring Genevieve O’Reilly The Time of Your Life film, a 1948 adaptation of the William Saroyan play starring James Cagney Time of Your Life U.S. TV series, an American drama series, ...

                                               

First contact

First contact may refer to: First contact anthropology, the first meeting of two cultures previously unaware of one another First contact science fiction, a common science fiction theme about the first meeting between humans and extraterrestrial ...

                                               

Lucky Luke (disambiguation)

Lucky Luke is a Belgian comic book series that began in 1946. Lucky Luke may also refer to the following adaptations of the series: Lucky Luke 1991 film, an Italian film adaptation starring Terence Hill Lucky Luke 1983 TV series, an animated tele ...

                                               

Down on the Farm

Down on the Farm 1921 film, a Felix the Cat animated film Down on the Farm 1920 film, a 1920 silent film Down on the Farm 1935 film, a New Zealand film Down on the Farm 2015 TV series, a 2015 British television series that airs on CBeebies Down o ...

                                               

Talash

Talash or Talaash may refer to: "Talaash" song Talash book, a book by Mumtaz Mufti Talaash album, a 1993 album by Junoon, a Pakistani pop music group Talash 1969 film, a Hindi film by O. P. Ralhan Talaash 1957 film, a Hindi film by Vishram Bedeka ...

                                               

Shararat

Shararat in Hindi-Urdu means "mischief". It may refer to: Shararat 2002 film, 2002 Indian Hindi language film starring Abhishek Bachchan and Hrishitaa Bhatt Shararat TV series, Indian Hindi language sitcom Shararat 1972 film, 1972 Indian Hindi la ...

                                               

Aurat (disambiguation)

Aurat Aurat, a 1996 Bollywood film directed by K. Vishwanath Zakhmi Aurat, a 1988 Indian Hindi movie directed by Avtar Bhogal Aurat Pair Ki Juti Nahin Hai, a 1985 Indian drama film directed by B.K. Adarsh Aurat 1953 film, a Hindi film directed by ...

                                               

Second Chances

Second Chances film, a 1998 film by James Fargo Second Chances, a 2010 television film by Jean-Claude Lord Second Chances, a 1995 television special of the PBS show Shining Time Station "Second Chances" Arrow, an episode of Arrow Second Chances, ...

                                               

Pure Love

Pure Love is a musical film series which has 3 songs. Pure Love, Broken Angel and One Day. These 3 songs are, together, a wonderful heart-touching story.

                                               

Center Stage

Center Stage: On Pointe, a 2016 sequel Center Stage 1991 film, a Hong Kong film by Stanley Kwan Center Stage: Turn It Up, a 2008 sequel to Center Stage Center Stage 2000 film, a film by Nicholas Hytner Centre Stage radio, a CBC Radio 2 classical ...

                                               

Love of My Life

Love of My Life 2017 film, Canadian film Love of My Life 2013 film, Australian film Love of My Life Philippine TV series, Philippine television drama series Love of My Life TV series, Japanese television drama series "Love of My Life" That 70s Sh ...

                                               

Eye to Eye

Eye 2 Eye: Live in Madrid, a 2010 album by Alan Parsons Eye to Eye band, a duo formed by American singer Deborah Berg and British pianist Julian Marshall "Eye to Eye" Ringo Starr song "I 2 I", a 1995 song by Tevin Campbell and Rosie Gaines, from ...

                                               

Everybody, Sing!

Everybody, Sing! is an upcoming Philippine variety game show hosted by Vice Ganda, broadcast by ABS-CBN. The pilot episode supposed to aired in March 15, 2020 but due to the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon enacted to stop the spread of the ...

                                               

Inside Story

Inside Story Lalaine album "Inside Story", a 1988 song by Little River Band from the album Monsoon Inside Story Grace Jones album, 1986 The Inside Story album, a 1979 album by Robben Ford Inside Story Prince Lasha album

                                               

Shall We Dance

Shall We Dance 1937 film, a Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers musical Shall We Dance? 2004 film, an American remake of the Japanese film Shall We Dance? 1996 film, a Japanese film about ballroom dancing

                                               

Devils advocate (disambiguation)

Devils advocate is someone who takes a position they do not necessarily agree with for the sake of debate or to explore the thought further. Devils Advocate may also refer to:

                                               

On Top of the World

"On Top of the World", a song originally recorded by John Mayall & the Blues Breakers in 1966, that went unreleased until appearing on Blues Rock samplers in the 1990s and its official release on the 40th Anniversary Edition of the bands 1966 alb ...

                                               

Rapunzel (disambiguation)

Rapunzel is a character in a fairy tale recorded by the Brothers Grimm. Rapunzel may also refer to: Rapunzel book, 1997 childrens picture book illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky

                                               

Bibble

Bibble or Bibbles may refer to: Bibble, a fictional character voiced by Lee Tockar in the Barbie animated film series "Bibbles", a poem by D.H. Lawrence in his anthology Birds, Beasts and Flowers Bibbles Bawel born 1930, American football player ...

                                               

This Is Me

This Is Me, by Bakithi Kumalo, 2005 This Is Me Kierra Sheard album, or the title song, 2006 This Is Me Randy Travis album, or the title song see below, 1994 This Is Me Heather Peace album, 2010 This Is Me Charlie McDonnell album, 2010 This Is Me, ...

                                               

Qian Nu You Hun

Qian Nu You Hun is the name of many adaptations of Pu Songlings short story Nie Xiaoqian. It may refer to:

                                               

Split Level (TV play)

Split Level is a 1964 Australian TV play directed by Ken Hannam and written by Noel Robinson. It aired on 7 October 1964 and was shot in Sydney at ABCs Gore Hill Sutdios. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time.

                                               

Burlesque (disambiguation)

Burlesque is a classic musical or theatrical entertainment of parodic humour. Burlesque may also refer to: American burlesque, a form of variety show popular from the 1860s Neo-Burlesque, a revival and updating of the traditional American burlesq ...

                                               

The Entertainer

The Entertainers, a 1964 TV show The Entertainer film, a 1960 film adaptation of the play The Entertainer play, a 1957 play by John Osborne The Entertainers radio program, a Canadian radio show which aired from 1978 to 1992 "The Entertainer", a 2 ...

                                               

Twice Upon a Time (1998 film)

Twice Upon a Time is a Fantasy/Romantic Comedy TV movie made for the Lifetime cable network, starring Molly Ringwald and George Newbern and directed by Thom Eberhardt. It was written and co-produced by Scott Fifer for ABC Pictures and Chris/Rose ...