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Spaceship Earth (film)

Spaceship Earth is a 2020 American documentary film directed by Matt Wolf about the 1991 experiment that saw eight individuals spend two years quarantined inside of a self-engineered replica of Earths ecosystem, dubbed Biosphere 2. The film premi ...

                                               

Future Sound of Melbourne

Future Sound of Melbourne is an Australian electronic group formed in Melbourne in 1990. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1996, they won the award for ARIA Award for Best Dance Release for their album, Chapter One.

                                               

Borderlines Film Festival

Borderlines is an annual film festival held in multiple locations around the Herefordshire, Shropshire and Powys borders. The first festival took place in 2003.

                                               

Balaji Temple San Jose

Balaji Temple of San Jose is a Hindu temple located in San Jose. Balaji Temple is a spiritual, non-profit organization dedicated to sharing the universal truths of the Vedas and Upanishads in India. The temple was established by Swami Narayananda ...

                                               

NXT TakeOver: In Your House

NXT TakeOver: In Your House is an upcoming professional wrestling show and WWE Network event produced by WWE for their NXT brand division. It is scheduled to take place on June 7, 2020 at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida. It will be t ...

                                               

House of Horror

New Line Cinemas House of Horror, a licensing division of New Line Cinema Hammer House of Horror, a television series produced by Hammer Film Productions House of Horror, a 1929 horror comedy film House of Horrors, a 1946 low-budget horror film

                                               

Golden Ibis Award

The Golden Ibis Award is an accolade presented annually to recognize excellence of professionals in the film industry, including directors, actors, writers and composers. The award was established by Christophe Barratier and Sam Bambino in 2014. ...

                                               

WFL

Wimmera Football League, an Australian football league Western Football League, an English football league World Football League, an American football league that played in 1974 and 1975 Womens Football League, an American womens football league ...

                                               

Saif Baidya

Saif Baidya was born in Siliguri West Bengal in 1992, to a Mahajan family, the youngest of Four children. He studied in patna central School. He had is early education in Crescent Public School, kishanganj, Bihar. He used to stay in Patna and the ...

                                               

Ghost Light (band)

Ghost Light is a five-piece American jam band formed in 2017 by Tom Hamilton, Raina Mullen, Holly Bowling, Scotty Zwang and Dan Africano. Ghost Lights debut album, "Best Kept Secret," was named one of Glides top 20 albums of 2019. Ghost Light has ...

                                               

1946 Iowa gubernatorial election

The 1946 Iowa gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1946. Incumbent Republican Robert D. Blue defeated Democratic nominee Frank Miles with 57.40% of the vote.

                                               

William Mohr

William Alan Mohr is an American politician who is a member of the Constitution Party. He is the Constitution Party nominee for Vice President of the United States in the 2020 election.

                                               

New Hampshire midnight voting

In New Hampshire, the communities of Dixville Notch, Harts Location, and Millsfield all vote at the midnight beginning election day, known as the New Hampshire midnight votes, on the day of the states political party primaries and general electio ...

                                               

Ronald A. Roy

Ronald A Roy born 10 December 1956 is an American physicist, engineer and academic, who is a leading expert in physical acoustics and its applications to ultrasonics, biomedical acoustics, acousto-optics, cavitation and bubble swarm acoustics. He ...

                                               

2020 Reform Party presidential primaries

The following people are individuals who have not declared that they are running for the Reform party nomination, but might in the future. Nancy Argenziano, member of the Florida Senate 2002-2007 Alan Keyes, former ambassador and Assistant Secret ...

                                               

Gabbard v. Clinton

Gabbard v. Clinton is a lawsuit filed by Tulsi Gabbard against Hillary Clinton in January 2020, charging Clinton with defaming Gabbard during an interview on a podcast in October 2019. The case is pending in the United States District Court for t ...

                                               

Hahnheide

The Hahnheide is a wooded moraine landscape in the east of the municipality Trittau in Schleswig-Holstein, in Germany. The name Hahnheide means derived in todays language High Heath. In the Middle Ages the Hahnheide was still associated with the ...

                                               

Thomas Burnett

Thomas Burnett or Burnet may refer to: Tom L. Burnett born 1954, politician in the Montana House of Representatives Sir Thomas Burnett, 1st Baronet died 1653, feudal baron who represented Kincardineshire in the Scottish Parliament, 1621 Thomas Bu ...

                                               

Seol Ye-eun

Seol Ye-eun is a South Korean curler from Uijeongbu. She currently plays lead for the South Korean National Womens Curling Team skipped by Gim Un-chi.

                                               

Seol Ye-ji

Seol Ye-ji is a South Korean curler from Uijeongbu. She is currently the alternate on the South Korean National Womens Curling Team skipped by Gim Un-chi.

                                               

Navy Band Northwest

Navy Band Northwest is a military Band of the United States Navy is composed of professional navy musicians who operates under the direct control and supervision of Fleet Band Activities and falls under the jurisdiction of Navy Region Northwest. ...

                                               

Battle of Sirte

Battle of Sirte may refer to military events, either in the Gulf of Sidra or in the Libyan city of Sirte located on its shore. during the Battle of the Mediterranean of World War II First Battle of Sirte, fought on 17 December 1941 Second Battle ...

                                               

2019 FIA GTC season

The 2019 FIA GTC season was the second season of the FIA-Certified Gran Turismo Championships, a professional esports league for the racing video game Gran Turismo Sport, managed by Japanese developer Polyphony Digital and French governing body F ...

                                               

Ice Road Truckers (season 5)

This is a list of Ice Road Truckers Season 5 episodes. The focus of this season is split between two locations. One group drives the Dalton Highway, moving freight between Fairbanks and Deadhorse with occasional side trips to Nuiqsut and Anchorag ...

                                               

List of Tsugumomo episodes

Tsugumomo is an anime series adapted from the manga, written by Yoshikazu Hamada. The series is directed and written by Ryōichi Kuraya at Zero-G. Yasuharu Takanashi composed the music at Pony Canyon. The first season aired from April 3 to June 19 ...

                                               

Star Gazers (2020 season)

The 2020 season of the astronomy TV show Star Gazers starring Trace Dominguez started on January 6, 2020. Episodes of the television series are released on the shows website at the start of the month, up to a month prior to any episodes broadcast ...

                                               

Summer Jamboree

The event, which has taken place every year since 2000, is planned and organized by the culture association Summer Jamboree and is promoted with the support of the municipality of Senigallia. The festival usually starts on the last weekend of Jul ...

                                               

Darkhan Assadilov

Darkhan Assadilov is a Kazakhstani karateka. In 2010 he won the gold medal in the mens kumite 60 kg event at the 2010 Asian Games held in Guangzhou, China. He is scheduled to represent Kazakhstan at the 2020 Summer Olympics in karate.

                                               

Jon Weinbach

Jon Weinbach is an American film and television writer and producer. He currently works as the executive producer and executive vice president for Mandalay Sports Media, a media and production company that focuses on sports entertainment programm ...

                                               

Equestrian at the 1976 Summer Olympics – Team jumping

The team jumping at the 1976 Summer Olympics took place on 1 August. The event was open to men and women. The individual show jumping event consisted of two rounds, held separately from the team competition. The team show jumping event consisted ...

                                               

Archery at the 2019 Summer Universiade – Womens individual recurve

The womens individual recurve archery competition at the 2019 Summer Universiade was held in the Partenio Stadium, Avellino, Italy and the Royal Palace in Caserta, Italy between July 8 and 13.

                                               

Nayel Nassar

Nayel Nassar is a professional equestrian. He first began riding at age five and jumping at ten. Nasser qualified for the FEI World Cup Finals in 2013, 2014 and 2017, and the FEI World Equestrian Games in 2014. Most recently, he competed at the L ...

                                               

Monsegur

Monsegur is a bastide town in the Gironde in France, about 75km upriver from Bordeaux in the low rolling vineyard country between the River Garonne in the South and the River Dordogne in the North. The town was founded by charter by Eleanor of Aq ...

                                               

Hayley Williams (ice hockey)

Hayley Williams is an American professional ice hockey player. She currently plays for SK Gorny of the Russian Womens Hockey League, and previously played in both the National Womens Hockey League for the Buffalo Beauts and in the Canadian Womens ...

                                               

Wil van Wees

Wilhelmina M. "Wil" Blom-van Wees also called Willy van Wees is a Dutch former long track speed skater, who was active in the 1960s. Van Wees was born in Muiden. She won the silver medal at the 1963 Dutch Allround Championships. In the winter of ...

                                               

Soling World Championship results (1980–84)

This article stated the results of the World Soling Championships from 1980 till 1984. Unfortunitely not all crew names are documented in the major sources: United States Soling Association bulletin "Leading Edge" and International Soling Associa ...

                                               

Anna Skrzetuska

Anna Skrzetuska or with surename Sochacka is a former Polish long track speed skater, who was active in the 1950s. Skrzetuska represented her nation 4 times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women in 1958, finishing 12th overa ...

                                               

Galina Nefyodova

Galina Nefyodova also written as Galina Nefedova and Galina Nefjodova is a Soviet former long track speed skater, who was active in the 1960s and 1970s. Nefyodova represented her nation twice at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for ...

                                               

2001 United States Olympic Curling Trials

The 2001 United States Olympic Curling Trials were held from December 9 to 16, 2001 in Ogden, Utah. Through double round-robin tournaments the trials determined which mens and womens teams would represent the United States at the 2002 Winter Olym ...

                                               

Glade

Glade skiing, skiing amongst trees Glade geography, open area in woodland, synonym for "clearing" Places in the United States Glade Spring, Virginia, a town in Washington County Glade Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania Glade, Ohio, an unincorp ...

                                               

Daisy Winters

Daisy Winters is a 2017 American independent drama film written and directed by Beth LaMure. The film follows an 11-year-old girl named Daisy Winters, played by Sterling Jerins. Daisys mother Sandy has been losing a fight with cancer for years. T ...

                                               

Prisoners from the Front

Prisoners from the Front is a mid 19th-century painting by American artist Winslow Homer. One of Homers most notable early works, the painting depicts a scene in which Confederate officers surrender to a Union officer during the American Civil Wa ...

                                               

Meet the Wife (film)

Meet the Wife is a 1931 American comedy film directed by Leslie Pearce and starring Laura La Plante, Lew Cody and Joan Marsh. It is based on the 1923 Broadway play of the same title by Lynn Starling. The films sets were designed by the art direct ...

                                               

SPO4 Santiago

SPO4 Santiago: Sharpshooter is a 1996 Philippine biographical action film directed by Pepe Marcos. The film stars Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr. as the title role. The film is based on the life of Jaime Santiago, a former police officer who is currentl ...

                                               

Afuang: Bounty Hunter

Afuang: Bounty Hunter is a 1988 Philippine biographical action film directed by Mike Relon Makiling. The film stars Phillip Salvador as the title role. The film is based on the life of Abner Afuang, a former police officer who was a Pagsanjan may ...

                                               

Fair Game

Fair Game 1988 film, a 1988 Italian thriller-horror film Fair Game 1995 film, an action movie starring Cindy Crawford and William Baldwin Fair Game 2005 film, a romantic comedy starring Gina Torres and Kellita Smith Fair Game 1986 film, an Austra ...

                                               

List of Lily Collins performances

Lily Collins is an English-American actress. She made her acting debut in the 2009 biographical sports drama The Blind Side. She appeared in leading roles in the sci-fi action-horror film Priest 2011 and the fantasy Mirror 2012 in the role of Sno ...

                                               

Theory of everything (disambiguation)

Theory of everything philosophy, a hypothetical all-encompassing philosophical explanation of nature or reality A Theory of Everything, a book by Ken Wilber dealing with his "integral theory"

                                               

The Happy Prince

The Happy Prince may refer to: "The Happy Prince" story, the title story of the collection The Happy Prince and Other Tales, a collection of stories for children by Oscar Wilde The Happy Prince Bing Crosby and Orson Welles album, a 1946 studio al ...

                                               

Moog

Moog synthesizer, a synthesizer invented by Robert Moog Moog Music, a synthesizer manufacturer founded by Robert Moog Moog code, astronomical software Moog Inc., a control-system maker