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Season of Ghosts

Season Of Ghosts, also known as SoG, is an electronic metal band formed in Tokyo in 2013 by Sophia Aslanides, the former vocalist for Japanese heavy metal band Blood Stain Child. Season Of Ghosts combines rock, metal, and electronic sounds.

                                               

Marieke Verbiesen

Marieke Verbiesen is a Dutch new media artist based in Bergen, Norway. She creates interactive installations and performances using experimental animation, exhibited and screened at various festivals, museums, cinemas, artspaces, galleries and pu ...

                                               

George, Bishop of the Arabs

George was the Syriac Orthodox bishop of the Arabs around Aleppo and the upper Euphrates from 686 or 687 until his death. A polymath steeped in ancient Greek philosophy, his writings are an important source for Syriac history and theology. George ...

                                               

Case "Jezus redt"

Cases" Jesus redt” was a Dutch lawsuit between Joop van Ooijen and Giessenlanden municipality. Van Ooijen initially had a banner height the text Jesus Leeft on his property but to make the message visible from a nearby highway he painted" Jesus r ...

                                               

Bero

Bero may refer to: Places: Bero woreda, a woreda in Ethiopia Bero block, an administrative block in Ranchi district, Jharkhand, India Bero India, a village in Jharkhand state, India Bero River, Angola People: Bero name, a list of people with eith ...

                                               

E. gracilis

E. gracilis may refer to: Euglena gracilis, a unicellular protist species Encheliophis gracilis, a pearlfish species in the genus Encheliophis Eulophia gracilis, an orchid species occurring from Western Tropical Africa to Angola Eleutherodactylus ...

                                               

P. maculata

P. maculata may refer to: Porcellana maculata, a porcelain crab Psiloptera maculata, a jewel beetle Paroreomyza maculata, a bird endemic to Oahu Pseudomonnea maculata, a ground beetle Parasiccia maculata, an Asian moth Pomacea maculata, an apple ...

                                               

A. aureus

A. aureus may refer to: An abbreviation of a species name. In binomial nomenclature the name of a species is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the species name also called the species epithet. In A. aureus the ...

                                               

H. nana

H. nana may refer to: Hoplocorypha nana, a praying mantis species found in Uganda and Zululand Hemigrammocapoeta nana, a ray-finned fish species found in Israel, Jordan and Syria Hymenolepis nana, the dwarf tapeworm, a worm species Homalopoma nan ...

                                               

S. neglecta

S. neglecta may refer to: Sturnella neglecta, the western meadowlark, a medium-sized icterid bird species Scorpaena neglecta, a marine fish species in the genus Scorpaena Serapias neglecta, an orchid species endemic to southern Europe Sitta negle ...

                                               

Brachyplatystoma rousseauxii

Brachyplatystoma rousseauxii, the gilded catfish or dourada, is a species of catfish of the family Pimelodidae that is native to Amazon and Orinoco River basins and major rivers of French Guiana.

                                               

Climate change in Suriname

Suriname is already seeing the effects of climate change, including warming temperatures and more extreme weather events. As a relatively poor country, its contributions to climate change have been limited; moreover, because of the large forest c ...

                                               

Gustav Rivinius

Rivinius began his cello studies at the age of six with Hermann Dirr in Munich. Later he studied in Saarbrucken for several years with Ulrich Voss and Claus Kanngiesser, then with David Geringas in Lubeck, with Zara Nelsova at the Juilliard Schoo ...

                                               

Arturo Corrales

Arturo Gerardo Corrales Alvarez is a former Foreign Minister and Security Minister of Honduras. In October 2016, he became a special envoy to the United States" charged with improving ties with the United States as the two countries work together ...

                                               

Forest City (Johor)

Forest City Johor is an integrated residential development located on the slopes of Gelang Patah, Johor Bahru District, Johor, Malaysia on 1.370 hectares. Announced in 2006 as a twenty-year project, the project was pitched under Chinas Belt and R ...

                                               

Sir John Vaughan (governor)

Sir John Vaughan was a Welsh-born soldier and administrator who settled in Ireland during the Plantation of Ulster, and is most remembered for his long association with the city of Derry. He held the post of Governor of Londonderry and Culmore fr ...

                                               

Gilbert Pwiti

Gilbert Pwiti is an archaeologist. He is a pioneer of modern archaeological and heritage management research in southern Africa and Zimbabwe. Pwiti was amongst the first generation of indigenous historians to be trained in archaeology in postcolo ...

                                               

West Norwegian Fjords

The West Norwegian Fjords is the common name of two fjords in Norway listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO: the Geirangerfjord and the Næroyfjord.

                                               

Hafiz Patel

Hafiz Mohammed Patel was a British Asian Muslim religious leader known for his role in establishing the Tablighi Jamaat movement in the United Kingdom and for founding the Dewsbury Markaz mosque, the headquarters of Tablighi Jamaat in Europe.

                                               

39 Commissioner Street

The Toronto Harbour Commission built a firehall at 39 Commissioner Street to help attract industrial enterprises to the newly reclaimed Toronto Portlands in 1928. It was integrated into Torontos Fire Services as Station 30. It was sold to the Tor ...

                                               

Waihopai

Waihopai may refer to: New Zealand: Waihopai River Marlborough, in the north of the South Island GCSB Waihopai, a satellite monitoring station in the Waihopai Valley, often referred to as Waihopai spy base Waihopai Valley, Marlborough Waihopai AF ...

                                               

Utichy Island

Utichy Island is a small island in the western Sea of Okhotsk. It is one of the Shantar Islands. It lies southwest of the southwest point of Bolshoy Shantar Island and northeast of Ptichy Island.

                                               

Viatcheslav Kopturevskiy

Viatcheslav Kopturevskiy is a screenwriter, producer and film director. His films include the short films The Prettiest Lora and Coney Island Queen, and the full-length feature film Siberia and Him.

                                               

C. ferruginea

C. ferruginea may refer to: Cnestis ferruginea, a shrub species native to Africa Calidris ferruginea, the curlew sandpiper, a small wader species which breeds on the tundra of Arctic Siberia Cyathea ferruginea, a tree fern species native to the i ...

                                               

Channel Island (disambiguation)

The Channel Islands are a group of British islands in the English Channel. Other uses of Channel Island or Channel Islands include: Channel Island Conservation Reserve Channel Island, Northern Territory, an island and industrial suburb in Darwin ...

                                               

Norwalk

Norwalk is the name of several places in the United States of America: The Norwalk River running through southwestern Connecticut The Norwalk Harbor at the mouth of the river in southwestern Connecticut Norwalk, Connecticut, a city in southwester ...

                                               

Portugal in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993

Portugal took part at the Eurovision Song Contest 1993 in Millstreet, Ireland, represented by Anabela with the song "A cidade "; the English version was titled "Nightfall in the City"). Anabela was selected through the annual Festival da Canção, ...

                                               

Helsinki Folk Festival

Helsinki Folk Festival was a festival arranged during the Pentecost of 1966 in Sandvik, Espoo, Finland. It was the first ever festival of popular music in Finland, and apparently a one-off event. The first Pori Jazz festival was arranged the same ...

                                               

Genesis Peak

Genesis Peak is a 7.244 ft mountain summit located in the North Cascades, in Whatcom County of Washington, United States. It is situated within North Cascades National Park and Stephen Mather Wilderness. The nearest higher neighbor is Mount Proph ...

                                               

Michigans 51st House of Representatives district

Michigans 51st House of Representatives district is a legislative district within the Michigan House of Representatives. It is located in parts of two different counties. In Genesee County, it encompasses Argentine Township, Atlas Township, Fento ...

                                               

Dagfinn

Dagfinn is a given name. Notable people with the given name include: Dagfinn Flem 1906–1976, Norwegian politician, newspaper editor, non-fiction writer and translator Dagfinn Follesdal born 1932, Norwegian-American philosopher Dagfinn Dahl 1887–1 ...

                                               

Wartburg (disambiguation)

Wartburg, KwaZulu-Natal, a town in KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa Wartburg, Illinois, a suburb of Saint Louis, Missouri, United States Wartburg, Tennessee, a city in Morgan County, Tennessee, United States Wartburg, Ontario, Canada Wartburg ...

                                               

LCMS

Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry, a chemical analysis technique Learning content management system LittleCMS, an open-source color management system

                                               

TLH

TLH or tlh may mean: Klingon language ISO 639: TLH, the constructed language spoken by the fictional Klingons in the Star Trek universe A trigraph in the Klingon language Total laparoscopic hysterectomy Transcendental law of homogeneity, in mathe ...

                                               

Crosier (disambiguation)

A crosier, or crozier, is the stylized staff of office carried by high-ranking Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, some Lutheran, and Pentecostal prelates. Crosier or Crozier may also refer to:

                                               

Old Stone Church

Old Stone Church may refer to: In Canada: Old Stone Church Ontario, a National Historic Site of Canada in Ontario In the United States by state: Old Stone Church Archeological Site 44LD376, Leesburg, Virginia, NRHP-listed Old Stone Church White H ...

                                               

Lewis Peak

Lewis Peak can refer to Lewis Peak Virginia, a peak in the Shenandoah Mountains of Virginia Lewis Peak Nevada, a peak in the Shoshone Range of Nevada, near Mount Lewis Lewis Peak Alaska, a peak in the Alaska Range Dave Lewis Peak in Idaho Lewis P ...

                                               

Cheshire Crossing

Cheshire Crossing is a fantasy webcomic written and originally illustrated by Andy Weir from 2006 to 2008, and later illustrated by Sarah Andersen for Tapas from 2017 to 2019, the latter version also published as a graphic novel by Ten Speed Pres ...

                                               

Gilman Conglomerate

The formation is composed of poorly sorted, weakly bedded, greenish-gray volcaniclastic conglomerate. Its lowermost and uppermost sections are a pinkish color from their content of Proterozoic pebbles, but the bulk of the formation is dominated b ...

                                               

Nasa Qara (disambiguation)

Nasa Qara may refer to: Nasa Qara Loayza, a mountain in the Loayza Province, La Paz Department, Bolivia Nasa Qara, a mountain north of Allqa Quta in the Pucarani Municipality, Los Andes Province, La Paz Department, Bolivia Nasa Qara Wawanaki, a m ...

                                               

National Timing Centre

The United Kingdom National Timing Centre is the proposed network of atomic clocks consisting of a central building, and a series of other locations across the UK. The cost of the new system will cost £36 million, but additionally the UK governme ...

                                               

Chelo Alvarez-Stehle

Chelo Alvarez-Stehle is a Spanish-American journalist and documentary filmmaker. As a journalist, she worked as a Tokyo correspondent and for the El Mundo newspaper. As a documentary filmmaker she produced Sands of Silence, winner of the 59th Sou ...

                                               

D. maculata

D. maculata may refer to: Deltophora maculata, a twirler moth Dieffenbachia maculata, a perennial plant Dicranota maculata, a hairy-eyed cranefly Dactyloceras maculata, an African moth Diplura maculata, a funnel-web tarantula Dolichovespula macul ...

                                               

C. laeta

C. laeta may refer to: Cypella laeta, a northeastern Argentinian plant Clivina laeta, a ground beetle Canna laeta, a garden plant Carmenta laeta, a clearwing moth Capsula laeta, a North American moth Collonia laeta, a sea snail Cynorkis laeta, an ...

                                               

Ballyclare May Fair

The Ballyclare May Fair is a horse fair which is held annually in May at Ballyclare, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The annual event attracts up to 20.000 visitors and over 100 stalls annually.

                                               

Shah Spit

Shah Spit is a spit which is located in the far south-eastern part of the Absheron Peninsula. It is the largest spit in Azerbaijan. Moreover, Shah Spit is easternmost land of Azerbaijan on the mainland. Administratively, Baku is located in the te ...

                                               

Buzurg

Buzurg may refer to: Bisanda Buzurg, a town and a nagar panchayat in Banda district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India Kavir Buzurg, meaning great salt marsh, lies in the centre of the Dasht-e Kavir, which is a desert located in the middle of t ...

                                               

Visual Arts in Hong Kong

Visual Arts in Hong Kong are supported by local markets, government programs, and auction houses that have helped raise the status of Art across the region. Hong Kong is a city that combines both Western and Eastern culture. Culture and visual ar ...

                                               

Hansol Jung

Hansol Jung is a South Korean translator and playwright. Jung is a recipient the Whiting Award in drama and three of her plays were listed on the 2015 Kilroys List. Jung is a member of the Ma-Yi Theater Writers Lab and was a Hodder Fellow at Prin ...

                                               

For the Cause of the South (1912 film)

For the Cause of the South is a lost 1912 American silent film that portrayed a tragic, fictional romance set during the American Civil War. Directed by Bannister Merwin, the film was produced by Edison Studios, which was located in New York City ...