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Token

Token Black, a recurring character on the animated television series South Park Token, a game piece or counter, used in some games The Tokens, a vocal music group

                                               

LEM

LEM may refer to: Lake Erie Monsters now the Cleveland Monsters, a professional ice hockey team based in Ohio Lymphocyte expansion molecule Lay Eucharistic Minister, in the Catholic, Episcopal or Lutheran Churches Lamina emergent mechanism, found ...

                                               

IceCat

IceCat may refer to: Worcester IceCats, an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League who played in Worcester, Massachusetts IceCat is the brand name of an electric Ice resurfacer machine manufactured by UKKO in Finland Mohawk Valley IceCats, ...

                                               

Wang Fei

Wang Fei footballer, born 1993, Chinese mens footballer Wang Fei female footballer born 1990, Chinese womens football goalkeeper Wang Fei footballer, born 1989, Chinese mens footballer

                                               

Eddie Murphy (disambiguation)

Eddie Murphy is an American actor and comedian Eddie Murphy may also refer to: Eddie Murphy footballer, born 1924, Scottish football player played in the 1947–48 Scottish Cup Eddie Murphy footballer born 1934, Scottish football player Clyde FC, O ...

                                               

Romana Troicka

Romana Troicka-Sosinska is a Polish former long track speed skater, who was active in the 1960s and 1970s. Troicka represented her nation three times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1969 finishing 26th overall, in ...

                                               

Rieneke Demming

Rieneke Verheijen-Demming is a Dutch former long track speed skater, who was active in the 1960s and 1970s. Demming represented her nation twice at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1970, finishing 8th overall and In 19 ...

                                               

Sophie Westenbroek

Sophie Piest-Westenbroek is a Dutch former long track speed skater, who was active from 1973 to 1983. Westenbroek represented her nation four times at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women 1975 8th overall, 1978 13th overall, 1 ...

                                               

Christina Schon

Christina Schon or Christina Ravald is a female former Swedish long track speed skater. She represented Norway at international competitions. As a junior she became the world champion in 1977 in Inzell where she also set 2 junior world records. S ...

                                               

Sylvie Chevauchet

Sylvie Chevauchet or with surname Kouprianoff is a French former long track speed skater, who was active in the 1960s and 1970s. Chevauchet represented her nation twice at the World Allround Speed Skating Championships for Women. In 1969, finishi ...

                                               

Ying Chun

Ying Chun is a Chinese former long track speed skater, who was active in the 1960s. In 1964 she competed at an international competition in Berlin, finishing third. The same year she finished fourth in the 1500m at the 1964 Chinese national champ ...

                                               

Anna Lenner

Anna Lenner is a former Norwegian long track speed skater. She represented her country at international competitions. She rode her last race in 1979. In 1977 she participated at the 1977 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships where she finished ...

                                               

Tehila (given name)

Tehila, also spelled Tehilla or Tehillah, is a Hebrew feminine name meaning "glory" or "praise". It is derived from the Hebrew word תְּהִלָּה } meaning "praise, song or hymn of praise", which itself is derived from הָלַל meaning "to shine; to pra ...

                                               

Scribbler

Scribbler may refer to: Scribbler racehorse a competitor who failed to complete the 1997 Grand National steeplechase The Scribbler album An employee in a scribbling mill where the wool was roughly carded before spinning - Old English occupation. ...

                                               

Alessandro Giardelli (racecar driver)

Alessandro Giardelli is an Italian professional racing driver. Is considered one of the greatest young talent in Italy he was champion of the Italian Open Masters, Giardelli is the Youngest driver ever to race in the KZ1 top karting category in K ...

                                               

Limerick Forest Rally

The Limerick Forestry Rally is an annual motorsport forest rallying event held in County Limerick, Ireland. Promoted and organised by Limerick Motor Club, the rally is the second round of the Irish Forest Rally Championship, South East Stages Ral ...

                                               

Gebhardt Motorsport

Gebhardt Motorsport was a German motor racing team and constructor founded by brothers Gunther and Fritz Gebhardt. Originally the team was formed to further the open wheel racing career of Gunther Gebhardt as he progressed through Formula Super V ...

                                               

Onde

Onde means wave in French and the same in Kannada language. It may refer to Onde Guri, a 1983 Indian Kannada film Onde film, a 2005 Italian film Onde Balliya Hoogalu, a 1967 Indian Kannada film Onde Roopa Eradu Guna, a 1975 Indian Kannada film Le ...

                                               

Dog racing (disambiguation)

Dog racing may refer to: Dachshund racing, a popular, yet controversial sporting event for dachshunds Sled dog racing, a winter dog sport involving the timed competition of teams of sleddogs that pull a sled Greyhound racing, the sport of racing ...

                                               

305 (disambiguation)

The 305 MVP, nickname for the wrestler Montel Vontavious Porter MVP

                                               

2020 Legends Tour

The 2020 Legends Tour is a series of professional golf tour events for women aged 45 and older sanctioned by the Legends Tour. Based in the United States, it is an offshoot of the main U.S based womens tour, the LPGA Tour. The tour was founded in ...

                                               

Azb DMR MK1

The Azb DMR MK1 or Azb MK1 is a Pakistani light weight semi-automatic Designated marksman rifle designed and manufactured by the POF. It was first unveiled at the December 2014 IDEAS exhibition. It is beleived to be named after the Counter-terror ...

                                               

Jack Carroll

Jack Carroll may refer to: Jack Carroll writer, author in the anthology Ring of Fire III Jack Carroll politician born 1942, Canadian politician Jack Carroll hurler 1921–1998, Irish hurler Jack the Bulldog John S. Carroll, official mascot of the G ...

                                               

Weight (disambiguation)

Weight is a measurement of the gravitational force acting on an object. In non-scientific contexts it may refer to an objects mass. Figuratively, it refers to the seriousness or depth of an idea or thought, or the danger and urgency of a situatio ...

                                               

Lands End (disambiguation)

Lands End is a headland on the Penwith peninsula, located near Penzance in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Lands End is a clothing retailer. Lands End, Lands End, or Lands End may also refer to:

                                               

Edward Coventry, Viscount Deerhurst

Edward George William Oscar Coventry, Viscount Deerhurst, known as Lord Ted Deerhurst, was a British surfer.

                                               

David Moss

David Moss may refer to: David Moss basketball born 1983, American basketball player David Moss footballer, born 1952, English footballer, played for Luton Town and Swindon Town Dave Moss CHERUB, a fictional character in the book series CHERUB Da ...

                                               

Gateway station

Gateway / Northeast 99th Avenue Transit Center, or Gateway station, on the MAX Light Rail system in Portland, Oregon Gateway station SkyTrain, a rapid transit station in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia Gateway Monorail Station, on the defunct S ...

                                               

Flyboy

Flyboys or Flyboy may refer to fly-boy, see boy#Military Airmen Flyboys or Flyboy Several characters in Maximum Ride, see List of characters in Maximum Ride Flyboys film, 2006 film Flyboys band, punk rock band The Flyboys film, 2008 film Flyboys: ...

                                               

Amaranthine

Amaranthine, amaranth, or amarantine may refer to: Amaranth color, a shade of reddish-rose Amaranthine pigment, a betacyanin plant antioxidant and pigment Amaranth, a genus of plant

                                               

FIL Junior World Cup Luge on Natural Track

The FIL Junior World Cup Luge on Natural Track is a competition series organized by the International Luge Federation in natural track luge and was used to promote the international development of the sport as a replacement introduced to the Inte ...

                                               

Undead (disambiguation)

Undead Kamen Rider, a race of monsters in the TV series Kamen Rider Blade Undead, a type of character in Heroscape Skeleton undead, undead manifested as skeletons Undead Warhammer, an army of monsters in Warhammer games Undead Dungeons & Dragons, ...

                                               

Crimson Tide

Crimson Tide film 1995, an American thriller The Crimson Tide 1992, a gamebook by Paul Mason in the Fighting Fantasy series Crimson Tide 1995, a book by Richard P. Henrick

                                               

1989–90 BYU Cougars mens basketball team

The 1989–90 BYU Cougars mens basketball team represented Brigham Young University as a member of the Western Athletic Conference during the 1989–90 basketball season. Led by first-year head coach Roger Reid, the Cougars compiled a record of 21–9 ...

                                               

Luisa Geiselsoder

Luisa Christine Geiselsoder is a German professional basketball player for the Dallas Wings of the Womens National Basketball Association. She had previously played for the German Womens Bundesliga side BG Donau-Ries and the German national baske ...

                                               

2019 World Series (disambiguation)

2019 College World Series 2019 Little League World Series 2019 Intermediate League World Series 2019 Senior League World Series 2019 Junior League World Series

                                               

ZFK Zenit Saint Petersburg

ZFK Zenit Saint Petersburg is the womens team of Russian football club FC Zenit Saint Petersburg. The club participates in the Russian Womens Football Championship, the top division of Russian women football.

                                               

Nicolae Petrescu (footballer)

Petrescu spent his entire playing career with Juventus Bucharest, playing 100 games with them as a midfielder, and helped them win their first trophy in the 1929–30 Divizia A. After retiring, he began managing in his native Romania, with stints a ...

                                               

Lyall Stewart

Lyall Douglas Stewart was a New Zealand rugby league player. In 1924 he represented New Zealand in the 3rd test in Dunedin against the touring England and became Kiwi number 163 in the progress.

                                               

Willie Loughman Forest Rally

The Carrick-on-Suir William Loughman Forestry Rally, William Loughman Memorial Forestry Rally is an annual motorsport forest rallying event held in Tipperary, Ireland. Promoted and organised by Carrick-on-Suir Motor Club, Wm. Loughman Forestry Ra ...

                                               

Joseph Brooks

Joseph or Joe Brooks may refer to: Joe Brooks, co-producer and musician on 2000 album The Color of Silence Joe Brooks actor 1924–2007, American actor Joseph W. Brooks active 1909–1921, American football player and coach Joe Brooks fly fisherman 1 ...

                                               

Wigham

Wigham may refer to: John Richardson Wigham 1829–1906, prominent lighthouse engineer of the 19th century John Wigham Richardson 1837–1908, shipbuilder on Tyneside during the late 19th and early 20th century Philip Wigham Richardson 1865–1953, Bri ...

                                               

Frank Baker (disambiguation)

Frank Baker or Home Run Baker 1886–1963, American baseball player Frank Baker shortstop born 1946, American baseball player Frank Baker American football 1909–1985, American football player Frank Baker ice hockey 1884–1959, Canadian ice hockey pl ...

                                               

Tasmania (disambiguation)

Tasmania Islands, an uninhabited group of islands in Canada Colony of Tasmania, a British colony on the island of Tasmania from 1856 until it became an Australian state in 1901

                                               

Barrette (disambiguation)

Barrette or Barrette, also known as a hair clip, hair-slide or clasp, is a clasp for holding hair in place. "Barrette" song, a 2013 song by the Japanese female group Nogizaka46 John Davenport Barrette or Barette 1862–1934, American Brigadier gene ...

                                               

Charlie Moore

Charley or Charlie Moore may refer to: Charlie Moore footballer, born 1898 1898–1966, English footballer for Manchester United Charlie Moore footballer, born 1905 1905–1972, English footballer for Bradford City Charley Moore 1884–1970, American b ...

                                               

Fite

Fite may refer to Henry Fite House FITE TV, a video streaming service for ring sports live programming FITE is an acronym for the Future Immersive Training Environment FITE is an acronym for Forum for IT Employees Fite is also the last name of th ...

                                               

Bill Kennedy

Bill Kennedy New Zealand footballer, international footballer, c. 1967 Bill Kennedy footballer, born 1875 1875–1939, Australian rules footballer for Collingwood Bill Kennedy footballer, born 1882 1882–1970, Australian rules footballer for St Kild ...

                                               

Richard Shaw

Richard Shaw Liberal politician 1825–1876, British Member of Parliament for Burnley, 1868–1876 Richard Shaw Dorset MP fl. 1533–1563, MP for Poole, Melcombe Regis and Wareham Richard G. Shaw born 1943, West Virginia insurance commissioner

                                               

Madison Square Garden (disambiguation)

Madison Square Garden film, a 1932 American Pre-Code drama film MSG TV network, a cable and satellite TV network originally known as Madison Square Garden Network MSG Plus, its sister station