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Greenbank

Australia Greenbank, Queensland Canada Greenbank, Ontario, Canada Greenbank Airport UK Greenbank, Bristol, England Greenbank railway station Greenbank, Chester, a house in England Greenbank, Cheshire, England Greenbank Hotel Greenbank Garden, a C ...

                                               

Spadina

Spadina, is a name used in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Spadina TTC, a subway station on the Yonge-University Spadina and Bloor-Danforth lines in Toronto Spadina Hotel built 1873, a historic building in Toronto Spadina streetcar line 1923–48 Spadina ...

                                               

Max Hayslette

Max Hayslette is an American painter, exhibit designer and graphic artist. He is best known for his landscape and abstract paintings which have been broadly marketed throughout the United States, and internationally, in the form of limited-editio ...

                                               

American Dream (disambiguation)

The American Dream is a national ethos of the United States in which freedom includes a promise of the possibility of prosperity and success. American Dream and American Dreams or American Dreamz may also refer to:

                                               

Gaisano

Metro Retail Stores Group, a retail company that operates department stores and supermarkets which was formerly known as Metro Gaisano Gaisano Grand Malls, a shopping mall chain ran by the Gaisano Grand Group Unipace Corporation, a shopping mall ...

                                               

Scottish Rite Cathedral

Scottish Rite Cathedral and Scottish Rite Temple are names commonly applied to buildings used by Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, a body associated with Freemasonry. It may refer to any of a number of specific buildings, including: in the Unit ...

                                               

Superforecaster

A Superforecaster is a person who makes forecasts that prove to be consistently more accurate than those made by others. Superforecasters use modern analytical and statistical methodologies augment the art of forecasting events with claims they a ...

                                               

Edward Edwards

Edward Edwards may refer to: Edward I. Edwards 1863–1931, American politician Edward Edwards actor, American television and film actor Edward Edwards zoologist 1803–1879, marine zoologist Edward Edwards cleric c. 1726–1783, Welsh cleric and acade ...

                                               

John Rous (disambiguation)

Sir John Rous, 1st Baronet c. 1608–1670, English politician Sir John Rous died 1652 1586–1652, MP for Dunwich John Rous died 1680 1610s–1680, English politician John Rous, 1st Earl of Stradbroke 1750–1827, British aristocrat, racehorse owner and ...

                                               

Member

Member may refer to: Element mathematics, an object that belongs to a mathematical set Member variable, a variable that is associated with a specific object Military jury, referred to as "Members" in military jargon Field computer science, entrie ...

                                               

Journey to Journey

This debuit album was recorded in July 2012 just after Miho Hazama had got masters degree from Manhattan School of Music MSM, and was directed by Jim McNeely who had been her supervisor at MSM. As Miho could not find suitable players for string s ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Worcester district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Worcester district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Worcester County. Democrat Jon Zlotnik of Gar ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Plymouth district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Plymouth district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Plymouth County. Republican Susan Williams Gif ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Essex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 2nd Essex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Essex County. Republican Lenny Mirra of Georgetow ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 22nd Middlesex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 22nd Middlesex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers the town of Billerica in Middlesex County. Republica ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 3rd Hampden district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 3rd Hampden district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Hampden County. Republican Nick Boldyga of Sout ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Hampden district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 4th Hampden district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers the city of Westfield in Hampden County. Democrat John ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 9th Hampden district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 9th Hampden district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Hampden County. Democrat Jose Tosado of Springf ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 6th Hampden district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 6th Hampden district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Hampden County. Democrat Michael Finn of West S ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 19th Suffolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 19th Suffolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Suffolk County. Democrat Bob DeLeo of Winthrop ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 17th Essex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 17th Essex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Essex County. Democrat Frank Moran of Lawrence h ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 12th Plymouth district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 12th Plymouth district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Plymouth County. Democrat Kathy LaNatra of Ki ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 16th Middlesex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 16th Middlesex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Middlesex County. Democrat Tom Golden of Low ...

                                               

Radnor and Lee

Radnor and Lee is American indie folk musical duo consisting of American actor, filmmaker, author, and musician Josh Radnor, and Ben Lee, Australian indie pop musician and actor. They released their debut, self-titled record on November 10, 2017.

                                               

Making a Door Less Open

Making a Door Less Open is the twelfth studio album by American indie rock band Car Seat Headrest. It was released on May 1, 2020 via Matador Records. The album serves as the bands fourth for the label and the second to consist of newly written m ...

                                               

Deep Adaptation

Deep Adaptation: A Map for Navigating Climate Tragedy is a 34-page paper self-published by Jem Bendell in July 2018. The paper argues that a near-term breakdown in human civilization will occur, with no chance of averting this breakdown, and sugg ...

                                               

Massachusetts House of Representatives 7th Norfolk district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 7th Norfolk district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Norfolk County. Democrat Bill Driscoll Jr. of M ...

                                               

Red Five (band)

Red Five was formed in Los Angeles in 1994 by singer and guitarists Jenni McElrath and Betty Carmellini, bassist Greg Jones, and drummer Adam Zuckert. Originally, McElrath was in a band called Honey Dust, while Carmellini, Jones, and Zuckert play ...

                                               

Carcer City (band)

Carcer City were a Metalcore band from Liverpool, UK. In total, they released 3 EPs and 3 full length albums. They have toured both nationally and internationally with well known artists such as While She Sleeps, Hacktivist, Loathe, Still Remains ...

                                               

Olivia Bunn

Olivia Bunn is an Australian Olympic eventing rider. She was a reserve rider for the Sydney 2000 Olympics and then competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens in the individual and team competitions. Unfortunately her horse, twelve-year-old GV ...

                                               

Zeppelin LZ 14

Zeppelin LZ 14, given the navy tactical number L 1, was a rigid airship built for the Kaiserliche Marine to carry out reconnaissance over the North Sea and enemy territory. First flown on 7 October 1912 LZ 14, was on patrol over the North Sea on ...

                                               

Live in Hollywood (Linda Ronstadt album)

Live In Hollywood is a live album by Linda Ronstadt. It was recorded at Television Center Studios in Hollywood, California on April 24, 1980, for broadcast as a special on HBO. All tracks from this recording except "Blue Bayou" and "Poor Pitiful ...

                                               

Bad Friends

Bad Friends is a 2009 tribute album, featuring a variety of artists covering songs written by Yū Aku for the Japanese duo Pink Lady. It was released on December 16, 2009. The albums name comes from Akuyū, which translates to "Bad friend" and is t ...

                                               

M. Narayana Reddy

M. Narayana Reddy was an Indian lawyer and politician from Telangana. He was a member of the Lok Sabha and Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly.

                                               

Riverside, Whangārei

Riverside is a suburb of Whangārei, in Northland Region, New Zealand. It is east of the city centre, across the Hātea River. Pohe Island is a 54 square kilometre open space which is adjacent to the mouth of the Hātea River and Whangārei Harbour. ...

                                               

Kayanoush

Kayanoush The name of one of the mythological characters of Iran in Ferdowsi Shahnameh. He was the son of Abtin and Faranak, and one of the two brothers of Fereidun who helped him win Zahhak.

                                               

Ha Seung-youn

Ha Seung-youn is a South Korean curler. She currently plays third on the South Korean Junior Womens Curling Team skipped by Kim Min-ji. The team won silver medals at the 2020 World Junior Curling Championships.

                                               

Sorry (band)

Sorry is an indie pop-rock band from North London. The band consists of the members Asha Lorenz, Louis OBryen, Lincoln Barret, Campbell Baum and Marco Pini. The band released its debut studio album on 27 March 2020, named 925, after having releas ...

                                               

Scoundrels

Star Wars: Scoundrels, a 2013 novel by Timothy Zahn Scoundrel, a 1996 romance novel by Elizabeth Elliott Scoundrels novel, a 2017 novel by Duncan Crowe and James Peak Scoundrel novel, a 2004 novel by Bernard Cornwell

                                               

Steve Young (disambiguation)

Steve Young is a retired American football quarterback and member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Steve Young or Steven Young may also refer to: Steve Young police officer, labor leader Steve Young offensive tackle, American football tackle Ste ...

                                               

Berkeley Political Review

The Berkeley Political Review is a semesterly, nonpartisan political magazine and website founded at the University of California, Berkeley shortly after September 11th, 2001. Through printed publications and multimedia projects, the Review cover ...

                                               

Guys (song)

"Guys" is a song by British pop rock band the 1975. The song is the seventh single from the bands fourth studio album, Notes on a Conditional Form. The single was released on 13 May 2020.

                                               

Rhizopogon amylopogon

Rhizopogon amylopogon i s a sub-genus of Rhizopogon containing seven species. R. pinyonensis R. subpurpurascens R. ellenae R. kretzerae R. salebrosus R. brunsii R. arctostaphyli Sub-genus amylopogon are a particular kind of ectomychorizal fungi k ...

                                               

Get Ready (Pitbull song)

Get Ready is a song recorded by American singer and rapper Pitbull for his eleventh studio album Libertad 548. The song features guest vocals from American country singer Blake Shelton, and the single version features additional guitar elements f ...

                                               

BPMD

BPMD is an American heavy metal supergroup. Formed in 2019, the band consists of Overkill vocalist Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth, Vio-lence and former Machine Head guitarist Phil Demmel, and two members of Metal Allegiance–bassist Mark Menghi and drumm ...

                                               

Flesh (disambiguation)

Flesh is soft body tissue, especially muscle and fat. Flesh may also refer to: The edible portion of a fruit or vegetable Flesh mycology, the trama in mushrooms Flesh theology, in Christianity, the word used as a metaphor to describe sinful tende ...

                                               

Leon Michels

Leon Michels is an American producer and multi-instrumentalist know for his work with El Michels Affair, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, and Big Crown Records. Additionally, he has recorded for artists such as for Lana Del Rey, Dr. John, Action Bro ...

                                               

Digawolf

Digawolf is a Canadian rock music group from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, who record and perform in both English and Tlı̨chǫ Yatıì. They are most noted as two-time Juno Award nominees for Indigenous Music Album of the Year, receiving nomin ...

                                               

Lost Patrol

The Lost Patrol an album by The Lost Patrol The Lost Patrol, a band from New York The Lost Patrol Band, an album by Invasionen The Lost Patrol Band, earlier name of Swedish punk band Invasionen "Lost Patrol", a song by Big Country on their album ...

                                               

Big cat (disambiguation)

Big cat is typically used to refer to any of the four largest members of the genus Panthera. Big cat or Big Cats may also refer to: "Big Cat", a song from the album Boy King by Wild Beasts Big Cats producer, stage name of the producer Spencer Wir ...