ⓘ Free online encyclopedia. Did you know? page 100




                                               

Jastrzebiec

Jastrzebiec may refer to the following places: Jastrzebiec, Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Jastrzebiec, Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship south-central Poland Jastrzebiec, Lubusz Voivodeship west Poland Jastrzebiec, Subcarpathian Voivode ...

                                               

Zydowo

Zydowo may refer to the following places: Zydowo, Koszalin County German: Sydow in West Pomeranian Voivodeship north-west Poland Zydowo, Wrzesnia County in Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Zydowo, Mysliborz County German: Siede in W ...

                                               

Banglar Mati Banglar Jol (poem)

Banglar Mati Banglar Jol is a Bengali patriotic song written by Rabindranath Tagore. It was composed in 1905. It was written supporting the Bangabhanga Rodh Movement in Bengal. Tagore started "Raksha Bandhan Utsav" on 16 October 1905 to reunite H ...

                                               

Cloverleaf

Cloverleaf Local School District in southern Medina County, Ohio Cloverleaf, Louisville, Kentucky, a neighborhood Cloverleaf, Texas, a suburb of Houston

                                               

Brittany (disambiguation)

Brittany is a historical province of France. It may also refer to the following affiliation: Brittany administrative region, the present-day administrative region of Brittany, in France, which is smaller than the historical province of Brittany D ...

                                               

Miller Industries

Miller Industries is an American tow truck and towing equipment manufacturing company based in the Chattanooga suburb of Ooltewah, Tennessee. Its primary subsidiary, Miller Industries Towing Equipment Inc., manufactures a variety of light- to hea ...

                                               

Republic of Haiti (1820–1849)

The Republic of Haiti from 1820 to 1849 was effectively a continuation of the first Republic of Haiti that had been in control of the south of what is now Haiti since 1806. This period of Haitian history commenced with the fall of the Kingdom of ...

                                               

Barangays of Navotas

Navotas, a 1st class highly urbanized city in Metro Manila, the Philippines, is politically subdivided into 18 barangays. These barangays are grouped into two districts. All barangays are classified as urban as of March 31, 2020.

                                               

Mirabel (disambiguation)

Mirabel most often refers to Montreal–Mirabel International Airport in Quebec, Canada. Mirabel, Mirabelle or Mirabell may also refer to: Mirabel name, a female given name

                                               

Conversion of mosques into non-Islamic places of worship

The conversion of mosques into non-Islamic places of worship has occurred for centuries. The most prominent examples of such took place after and during the Reconquista.

                                               

Hello Goodbye (disambiguation)

"Hello Goodbye" Ugly Betty, the finale of the television series Ugly Betty Hello-Goodbye 1970 film, a 1970 comedy film Hello Goodbye 2008 film, a 2008 film starring Fanny Ardant and Gerard Depardieu Hello Goodbye TV series, a Dutch TV reality pro ...

                                               

D17

D17, or similar, may refer to: Fokker D.XVII, a 1935 Dutch biplane Dewoitine D.17, a French Dewoitine aircraft HMS Alamein D17, a 1943 Battle-class fleet destroyer of the British Royal Navy Dublin 17, a Dublin, Ireland postal district D-17B, an e ...

                                               

Fields of Gold (disambiguation)

Fields of Gold is a 1993 song by Sting. Fields of Gold may also refer to: Turisas sings a live version on the documentary A Finnish Summer with Turisas 2008 Fields of Gold, a 1999 album by Terell Stafford "Fields of Gold", a song by Finnish folk ...

                                               

Bad Seed

Bad Seed or The Bad Seed may refer to: In fiction: The Bad Seed 2018 film, a television adaptation, directed by and starring Rob Lowe The Bad Seed 1985 film, a television adaptation of the play The Bad Seed play, a 1954 play adaptation by Maxwell ...

                                               

Prince Charming (German season 1)

The 1st season of the reality television series Prince Charming premiered on October 30, 2019 streaming on premium sector of TVNOW and began airing on television on April 20, 2020 on VOX. The first Prince Charming was 28-year-old account manager ...

                                               

Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain (disambiguation)

Fox Volant of the Snowy Mountain, known as Xue Shan Fei Hu in Chinese and alternatively Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain, is a novel by Jin Yong. It may also refer to: Films and television adaptations Fox Volant of the Snowy Mountain 2006 TV series, ...

                                               

K. S. Jayalakshmi

K. S. Jayalakshmi is an Indian film and television actress who works in the Tamil film and television industry. She has acted in comedy roles in movies. Jayalakshmi made her acting debut in the Tamil film Etharkum Thuninthavan released in 1976.

                                               

Running mate (disambiguation)

A running mate is a person running on a joint ticket in an election. Running Mate s or The Running Mate may also refer to: The Running Mate, a novel by Joe Klein The Running Mate TV drama, an Irish miniseries, winner of a 2008 Irish Film & Televi ...

                                               

FUBAR (disambiguation)

FUBAR is a military acronym for "fucked up beyond all recognition". Alternatively ".beyond all repair", or ".beyond all reason"). See List of military slang terms#FUBAR. FUBAR or fubar may also refer to: FUBAR film, a 2002 Canadian mockumentary f ...

                                               

Brain Dead

Brain Dead 1990 film, an American horror thriller Brain Dead 2007 film, a horror film Braindead 1992 film, a New Zealand horror film BrainDead, an American television series 2016

                                               

15 rating

15 rating refers to a type of age-based content rating that applies to media entertainment, such as films, television shows and computer games. The following articles document the rating across a range of countries and mediums:

                                               

The Homecoming (disambiguation)

The Homecoming is a play by Harold Pinter. The Homecoming may also refer to: The Homecoming statue, an American statue honoring members of the sea services The Homecoming, a 1975 album by Hagood Hardy "The Homecoming", a song by Hagood Hardy from ...

                                               

Lucifer Rising

Lucifer Rising may refer to: Lucifer Rising, a song by Candlemass from the above album Lucifer Rising Candlemass album, an album by the Swedish doom metal band Candlemass Lucifer Rising film, an experimental film by Kenneth Anger Lucifer Rising n ...

                                               

Danieli (disambiguation)

Given name Danieli Haloten born 1980, Brazilian journalist, actress and lecturer Surname Emma Danieli 1936–1998, Italian actress and television personality Nicola Danieli born 1998, Italian football player Otto Danieli, Swiss curler and 1975 Worl ...

                                               

Rag Mein Ganga

Rag Mein Ganga is an Indian television travel series produced by Doordarshan in association with the National Mission for Clean Ganga. The series was launched by union water resources minister Nitin Gadkari and aired on DD National on February 2, ...

                                               

Special Brew (song)

Special Brew is a song by British 2-tone and ska band Bad Manners, released in September 1980 and was the third single from their first album Ska n B. It was the bands joint biggest hit in the UK, reaching number 3 in the Singles Charts, which it ...

                                               

Big wheel

Big wheel may refer to: Big Six wheel, a game of chance often played in casinos Big Wheel/Rossi a chain of automotive parts stores acquired by OReilly Auto Parts "Big Wheel", a nickname of baseball player Lance Parrish A Ferris wheel, commonly ca ...

                                               

Pitfall

Pitfall 2013 film, directed by Duncan Roe Pitfall 1948 film, directed by Andre DeToth Pitfall game show, hosted by Alex Trebek Pitfall 1962 film, directed by Hiroshi Teshigahara The Pitfall 1989 film, a Swedish film

                                               

¿Quien quiere ser millonario?

¿Quien quiere ser millonario? is the title of several Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? franchise game shows in Spanish-speaking countries. ¿Quien quiere ser millonario? Mexico ¿Quien quiere ser millonario? Uruguay ¿Quien quiere ser millonario? Spai ...

                                               

Night After Night

Night After Night may refer to: "Night After Night", a 2015 song by Sandra Lyng Night After Night film, a 1932 film starring George Raft and Constance Cummings, with Mae West Night After Night TV series, a South Korean television talk show Night ...

                                               

Benidorm (disambiguation)

Benidorm TV series, a British comedy drama series set in Benidorm Benidorm Belgian TV series Benidorm Bastards, a Belgian hidden-camera television show set in Benidorm

                                               

Jigsaw: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Charlie Clouser, who provided the score for all previous entries in the Saw series, returned to score Jigsaw. Clouser re-imagined the music of the Saw franchise, following the six year hiatus between Saw 3D and Jigsaw. Clouser stated in 2016, "th ...

                                               

Happy Feet (disambiguation)

Happy Feet video game, a 2006 action-adventure game Happy Feet score, a 2006 instrumental soundtrack album by John Powell Happy Feet soundtrack, a 2006 lyrical soundtrack album

                                               

The House of God (film)

The House of God is a 1984 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Donald Wrye and starring Tim Matheson, Charles Haid, Michael Sacks, Ossie Davis and Howard Rollins. It is based on Samuel Shems novel of the same name. According to Leo ...

                                               

Working Man (film)

Working Man is a 2020 American drama film written and directed by Robert Jury, and produced by Clark Peterson, Robert Jury, Maya Emelle, and Lovell Holder. It features Peter Gerety, Billy Brown and Talia Shire in lead roles.

                                               

The Gertrudes

The Gertrudes were a Canadian indie folk band from Kingston, Ontario. They found significant placement on campus music charts and reached number 1 on the CBC R3-30 charts.

                                               

Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2019

Best Film Little Women Bong Joon-ho – Parasite Best Director Adam Sandler – Uncut Gems Best Actor Saoirse Ronan – Little Women Best Actress Brad Pitt – Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Laura Dern – Marr ...

                                               

Mannukketha Ponnu

Mannukketha Ponnu is a 1985 Indian Tamil film, directed by Ramarajan and produced by P. S. V Hariharan. The film stars Pandiyan, Ilavarasi, Goundamani, Senthil, Vinu Chakravarthy, Ganthimathi, Kovai Sarala, Janagaraj, in lead roles. The film had ...

                                               

Neengalum Herothan

Neengalum Herothan is a 1990 comedy-drama film written and directed by V. Sekhar. The film was produced by C. Muthuramalingam, P. Thangadurai under Thoothukudi cine Creations. The film stars Nizhalgal Ravi, Silk Smitha, Goundamani, Senthil in lea ...

                                               

Azhagiya Kanne

Azhagiya Kanne is a 1982 Tamil-language film written and directed by J. Mahendran. The films score and soundtrack are composed by Ilaiyaraaja.

                                               

En Pottukku Sonthakkaran

En Pottukku Sonthakkaran is a 1991 Indian Tamil-language romance film directed by Sekar Raja and produced by Kavithalayaa Productions. The film stars Ramki, Sasikala, Anju and Srividya. It was released on 5 November 1991.

                                               

Subhalekha + Lu

Subhalekha + Lu is a 2018 Indian Telugu romantic drama directed by Sharrath Narwade under Hanuma Telugu Movies Pvt Ltd featuring Priya Vadlamani, Sreenivasa Sayee, Diksha Sharma Raina and Darbha Appaji Ambarisha as lead characters.It was released ...

                                               

Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari

Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language family comedy film directed by Abhishek Sharma and produced by Shariq Patel and Subhash Chandra under the banners Zee Studios and Essel Vision Productions, being Zees maiden in-house prod ...

                                               

Rahi Badal Gaye

Rahi Badal Gaye is a 1985 Hindi romantic drama film, produced by Ravi Malhotra under the R. M. Films banner and directed by Ravi Tandon. It features Rishi Kapoor, Padmini Kolhapure, Shabana Azmi, Rajendra Nath, Suresh Oberoi and Shakti Kapoor.

                                               

Juniors (film)

Juniors is a 2003 Telugu language coming of age-romantic drama film directed and co-written by debutant J Pulla Rao. The film is a remake of the Tamil film Thulluvadho Ilamai and stars Allari Naresh and Sherin, who reprises her role from the orig ...

                                               

Romeo Juliet (2002 film)

Romeo Juliet is a 2002 Indian Kannada romantic film written and directed by Gunakumar. The film is being produced by HC Srinivas under his banner Srinivasa Productions. It features Vijay Raghavendra and Radhika Kumaraswamy in the lead. The suppor ...

                                               

Jaidev (film)

Jaidev is a 1998 Indian Kannada action drama directed by H. Vasu who also wrote the screenplay for a story by M. D. Hasham. It film has musical score by Rajesh Ramanath. The film stars Jaggesh in the titular role alongside an ensemble cast which ...

                                               

96 (soundtrack)

96 is the soundtrack album composed by violinist-turned-composer Govind Vasantha, for the 2018 Tamil film of the same name, directed by C. Premkumar, starring Vijay Sethupathi and Trisha in the lead roles. This film marked his third Tamil project ...

                                               

Yaar Anmulle Returns

Yaar Anmulle Returns is a 2020 Indian Punjabi-language comedy-drama film directed by Harry Bhatti and produced by Amandeep Sihag, Adamya Singh, Amandeep Singh, Mithu Jhajhra, Dr. Varun Malik and Pankaj Dhaka. The film bank rolled by Shree Filmz a ...

                                               

Sambandh (film)

Sambandh is a 1969 Indian Bollywood film produced by Ram Mukherjee and directed by Ajoy Biswas. It starred Deb Mukherjee, Pradeep Kumar, Abhi Bhattacharya, Anjana Mumtaz, Sulochana Latkar, Anita Guha, Achala Sachdev, Vijaya Chowdhary in pivotal r ...