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Corvette (computer)

Corvette was an 8-bit personal computer in the USSR, created for Soviet schools in 1980s. The first device was a homemade computer, created in 1985 by employees of the Moscow State University for their purposes. The first description was made in ...

                                               

Moondyne (disambiguation)

Moondyne can refer to a number of things: Moondyne, a novel written in 1879 by John Boyle OReilly, and later made into a feature film of the same name Joseph Bolitho Johns, better known as Moondyne Joe, a bushranger from Western Australia Moondyn ...

                                               

Tricia Carmichael

Tricia L. Carmichael is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Windsor. She develops new materials for stretchable electronics with a current focus on wearable electronic devices.

                                               

HP7

hp7 or variant, may refer to: Handley Page Type G a.k.a. H.P.7, an airplane hP7, a Pearson symbol Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1, the seventh Harry Potter film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the seventh Harry Potter novel Sc ...

                                               

HP1

HP1 or variant, may refer to: HP1, a type of photographic stock, see Ilford HP The postal code for part of Hemel Hempstead in Dacorum, see HP postcode area Hp.1 proceed, from German railway signalling Handley Page Type A aka H.P.1, an airplane HP ...

                                               

Chamber of Secrets (disambiguation)

Chamber of Secrets may refer to: Solomons Temple, Chamber of Secrets in Solomons Temple, built 953 BCE Great Pyramid of Giza, the Chamber of Secrets inside The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, approx. 2500 BCE Chamber of Secrets may also refer to ...

                                               

HP2

HP2 or variant, may refer to: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, the second Harry Potter novel Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets film, the second Harry Potter film BMW HP2 Sport, a motorcycle Haemophilus phage HP2, a virus Handley Pag ...

                                               

HP3

HP3 or variant, may refer to: hP3, a Pearson symbol HP3, a type of photographic stock, see Ilford HP HP3, a postcode for Hemel Hempstead, see HP postcode area HP-3, a glider designed by Richard Schreder Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban fi ...

                                               

All the Kings Horses

"All the Kings Horses" Upstairs, Downstairs, an episode of the British drama series Upstairs, Downstairs All the Kings Horses film, a 1935 American comedy musical film

                                               

White Dragon Horse

The White Dragon Horse, known as Bai Longma in Chinese, is one of the main characters in the 16th-century Chinese novel Journey to the West. He is Tang Sanzangs steed who later became Babu Tianlong Guangli Bodhisattva at the end of novel.

                                               

Victorian

Victorian house Victorian architecture Victorian decorative arts Victorian morality Victorian literature Victorian fashion Victorian era, British history during Queen Victorias 19th-century reign Victoriana

                                               

Demon King

Demon King may refer to: The Demon King album, a 2014 release by Demonic Resurrection Diary of a Demon King, a manhwa Korean comic Demon King of Confusion, a character in the Chinese classical novel Journey to the West Ox-Demon-King, a character ...

                                               

Girl Scouts Troop 6000

Troop 6000 is a Girl Scouts troop devised by Giselle Burgess to bring the Girl Scouts program into the New York City shelter system. Burgess is a co-founder of the troop. Jimmy Van Bramer, deputy leader of the New York City Council, founded the t ...

                                               

Swimmy (book)

Swimmy is a 1963 picture book written and illustrated by Leo Lionni. The book is the story of a very small fish who stands out because he is a different color from all his school. He is curious and adventurous, exploring the sea after being force ...

                                               

Emma Mills

Emma Mills is an American author of young adult romance novels. Mills lives in St. Louis, Missouri. She attended graduate school in Indianapolis. It took her two years to sell her first published novel, First & Then. She has stated that This Adve ...

                                               

Julia Scarvell

Scarvell was born in 1904 in Christchurch, the daughter of John Larking Scarvell eldest son of Henry Ramsay Scarvell and Lucy Mary Scarvell nee Malthus, eldest daughter of Charles E.D. Malthus. Scarvell socialised with artist Olivia Spencer Bower ...

                                               

Foundling

Foundling may refer to: Foundling Hospital, Cork, founded 1737 Foundling Hospital, founded 1739 in London Foundling Hospital, Dublin, founded 1704 An abandoned child, see child abandonment Foundling hospital, an institution where abandoned childr ...

                                               

Great Mother

Prajnaparamita, and the wisdom of the Madhyamaka, in the Mahayana and Vajrayana Mother goddesses of various traditions, representing motherhood, fertility, creation, or the bounty of the Earth Cybele, Roman goddess with the title Magna Mater Lati ...

                                               

Sirk (disambiguation)

Sirk is a village and municipality in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia. Sirk may also refer to: Sirk, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, a village in Iran Sirk, Isfahan, a village in Kuhpayeh Rural District, Kashan County, Isfahan Province, Iran si ...

                                               

Reuben Bright

"Reuben Bright" is a Petrarchan sonnet written by American poet Edwin Arlington Robinson, early in his career, and published in Children of the Night. The poem acquired some fame as teaching material for English teachers.

                                               

LLF

LLF may refer to: Lahore Literary Festival, an international literature festival held annually in Lahore, Pakistan IATA code for Yongzhou Lingling Airport LoveLikeFire, a San Francisco indie rock band Lives & Livelihoods Fund, a large multilatera ...

                                               

Word on the Street

Word on the Street newspaper, a street newspaper in Baltimore, Maryland Word on the Street: Debunking the Myth of "Pure" Standard English, a 1998 book by John McWhorter The Word on the Street book, a Bible-based book by Rob Lacey The Word on the ...

                                               

Other Voices

Other Voices, a two-part episode from the animated series Beast Wars: Transformers Other Voices TV series, a series based around a music festival in Dingle, County Kerry Other Voices 1970 film, a 1970 documentary film Other Voices Canadian TV ser ...

                                               

Blip

Blip may refer to: Blip website, a defunct web video platform Blip.pl, a Polish social networking site Blip, a radar display indicator of a reflected signal Blip Festival, an annual chiptune music event Blip, a message in the Apache Wave formerly ...

                                               

Unspeakable

Unspeakable 2006 film, a documentary by John Paskievich Unspeakable 2002 film, a horror film Unspeakable 2000 film Unspeakable: The Life & Art of Reverend Steven Johnson Leyba, a 2002 documentary film about Steven Johnson Leyba The Unspeakable, a ...

                                               

Fireworks (disambiguation)

Fireworks 1954 film, a German film Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? 1993 film or Fireworks, a Japanese film by Shunji Iwai "Fireworks" 30 Rock, a 2007 episode of 30 Rock Fireworks 2000 TV series, a South Korean TV series b ...

                                               

Apparition

Vision spirituality, inspirational renderings, generally of a future state and/or of a mythical being Doppelganger, the ghostly double of a living person Apparitional experience, an anomalous, quasi-perceptual experience Ghost, the disembodied sp ...

                                               

Dementor (disambiguation)

Dementor may refer to: For uses outside the Harry Potter scenario, see wikt:dementor Dementor, a type of evil being in the Harry Potter stories A character in the DC Comics episode Guy Gardner: Warrior: see Guy Gardner comics#Rogues gallery Ampul ...

                                               

Fantastic Beasts: Cases From the Wizarding World

Fantastic Beasts: Cases From the Wizarding World was a 2016 hidden object video game developed by Mediatonic and WB Games San Francisco, and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The game was released for Android and iOS on Novembe ...

                                               

Prophecy (disambiguation)

In the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game, theres an archetype of monsters named "Prophecy". Prophecy: The Fall of Trinadon, a 1989 game by Activision Tomb Raider: The Prophecy, a 2002 Tomb Raider game for the Game Boy Advance by Ubi Soft Prophecy Magic ...

                                               

Dark Forest

Dark Forest may refer to: "Dark Forest", episode of the TV show A Haunting Dark Forest, themed area at the Alton Towers Resort The Dark Forest, a novel by Hugh Walpole Dark Forest, forbidden area on the Hogwarts campus in the Harry Potter series ...

                                               

Weird Sisters (disambiguation)

The Weird Sisters are characters in William Shakespeares play Macbeth. Weird Sisters may also refer to: The Weird Sisters novel, a book by Eleanor Brown The Three Weird Sisters, a 1948 British film The Weird Sisters Harry Potter, a fictional rock ...

                                               

Khalid (disambiguation)

Khalid is a common given name. Khalid may also refer to: Khaled: A Tale of Arabia, a fantasy novel by F. Marion Crawford Khaled horse, a thoroughbred racehorse Bani Khalid, an Arab tribal confederation of eastern and central Arabia Khalid ibn al- ...

                                               

The Tenth Man

The Tenth Man may refer to: The Tenth Man 2016 film, a 2016 Argentine film The Tenth Man Maugham play, a play by W. Somerset Maugham The Tenth Man 1988 film, a 1988 film based on Greenes novel The Tenth Man novel, a 1985 novel by Graham Greene Th ...

                                               

Germinal

Germinal 1993 film, a French film based on the Zola novel directed by Claude Berri Germinal 1913 film, a French silent film based on the Zola novel directed by Albert Capellani Germinal novel, an 1885 novel by Emile Zola Germinal 1963 film, a Fre ...

                                               

Kiss of the Spider Woman

Kiss of the Spider Woman may refer to: Kiss of the Spider Woman musical, the 1993 Broadway musical written by John Kander and Fred Ebb, also based on the novel Kiss of the Spider Woman film, Portuguese: O beijo da mulher-aranha the 1985 film adap ...

                                               

Fantasma

O Fantasma, a 2000 Portuguese gay-themed film El fantasma, Spanish novel written by Wenceslao Fernandez Florez, on which El destino se disculpa 1945 Spanish drama film was based Fantasma, 2006 Argentine film by Lisandro Alonso

                                               

Beyond the Sun

Beyond the Sun may refer to: Beyond the Sun novel, a 1997 novel based on the TV series Doctor Who, adapted as an audio play The Hidden Planet or Beyond the Sun, an unmade Doctor Who serial "Beyond the Sun", a song by Shinedown from Us and Them Be ...

                                               

Glue (disambiguation)

Glue album, by English band Eugene + the Lizards "Glue" Breathe Carolina song Glue, a hip-hop trio fronted by Adeem "Glue", a song on the 2010 album Ten

                                               

Zorba

Zorba the Greek, a 1946 novel by the Greek author Nikos Kazantzakis Zorba the Greek film, a 1964 movie based on the novel Zorba musical, a musical based on the novel and film Zorbas, a song by Mikis Theodorakis featured in the film Zorba comics, ...

                                               

Our Home

Our Home may refer to: Nosso Lar film, a 2010 Brazilian drama film based on the book Nosso Lar Portuguese for "Our Home", a best-selling novel by the Brazilian spiritist medium Francisco Candido Xavier Our Home store, a Filipino retailing chain M ...

                                               

The Woman in White

The Woman in White 1929 film, a British silent film based on the novel The Woman in White 1921 film, an Austrian silent film based on the novel The Woman in White 2018 TV series, a British series based on the novel The Woman in White musical, by ...

                                               

Gustav Adolfs Page

Gustav Adolfs Page is a 1960 German-Austrian historical adventure film directed by Rolf Hansen and starring Liselotte Pulver, Curd Jurgens, and Ellen Schwiers. It is based on the 1882 novel of the same title by Conrad Ferdinand Meyer. It was shot ...

                                               

After the Storm

After the Storm 1955 film, a film directed by Roberto Gavaldon After the Storm 1915 film, a short film directed by B. Reeves Eason After the Storm 1928 film, a silent drama directed by George B. Seitz After the Storm 1948 film, an Austrian drama ...

                                               

The Devil Is a Woman

The Devil Is a Woman, based on the Pierre Louys novel La Femme et le Pantin can refer to: La Femme et le pantin 1928 film, directed by Jacques de Baroncelli and starring Conchita Montenegro The Devil Is a Woman 1935 film, directed by Josef von St ...

                                               

Gullivers Travels (disambiguation)

Gullivers Travels is a book by Jonathan Swift. Gullivers Travels may also refer to: The New Gulliver, a 1935 Soviet film Gullivers Travels 1939 film, an animated film Gullivers Travels 1924 film, a 1924 Austrian silent adventure film Gullivers Tr ...

                                               

Iracema (disambiguation)

Iracema may refer to: Iracema, an 1865 novel published by Brazilian author Jose de Alencar Iracema 1917 film, a Brazilian silent film adaptation Iracema 1949 film, a Brazilian film adaptation Iracema: Uma Transa Amazonica, a 1976 Brazilian film v ...

                                               

Point of no return (disambiguation)

Point of No Return 1993 film, an American adaptation of the 1990 French thriller Nikita Point of No Return 2000 film, a Hong Kong film featuring Joe Ma Point of No Return 1990 film, a Hong Kong film starring Jacky Cheung Point of No Return 1991 f ...

                                               

Golden Harvest

Golden Harvest or The Golden Harvest may refer to: The Golden Harvest, a 1944 novel by Brazilian author Jorge Amado Orange Sky Golden Harvest, a film production, distribution and exhibition company based in Hong Kong, often shortened to Golden Ha ...

                                               

Black Eyes

Black Eyes or Blackeyes may refer to: Black Eyes EP, a 2011 extended play by T-ara "Dark Eyes" song or "Black Eyes", a Russian folk song Black Eyes Luccas, a Dj from Umuarama, Brazil. Blackeyes TV series, a 1989 television series based on the abo ...