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Sandeep Khosla (architect)

Sandeep Khosla is an Indian architect and the founder of the Bengaluru-based architectural and interior design firm, Khosla Associates. It is considered to be among the most influential architectural firms in India, and has been consistently rank ...

Roy Kapur Films

Roy Kapur Films is a film and digital media production house founded by Siddharth Roy Kapur. Siddharth is an eminent film producer, the President of the Producers Guild of India, and the former Managing Director of The Walt Disney Company India. ...

Symphony No. 5 (Wiren)

The Symphony No. 5, Op. 38, is a four-movement orchestral composition by the Swedish composer Dag Wiren, who wrote the piece from 1963–64. Despite its numbering, the Fifth Symphony represents Wirens fourth, and final, contribution to the form as ...

Rama at Sita

Rama at Sita – The Musical is a 1999 full-length Filipino musical in the Tagalog language. It is an adaptation of the 1980 Filipino rock opera ballet by three National Artists Bienvenido Lumbera, Ryan Cayabyab, and Alice Reyes entitled, "Rama, Ha ...

Symphony No. 4 (Wiren)

The Symphony No. 4, Op. 27, is a three-movement orchestral composition by the Swedish composer Dag Wiren, who wrote the piece from 1951–52. Despite its numbering, the Fourth Symphony represents Wirens third contribution to the form as a professio ...

Apsara (film)

Apsara is a 1966 Cambodian romantic drama film edited, written, and directed by Norodom Sihanouk, who was Cambodias Head of State and former King. It stars Nhiek Tioulong, Saksi Sbong, Princess Norodom Buppha Devi, and Prince Sisowath Chivan Moni ...

Andrew Topolski

Andrew Topolski was an American postminimalist sculptor and draftsman. He was born in Buffalo and died in Brooklyn, NY. He created three dimensional sculptures with rotating parts and musical box mechanisms, bridging architectural elements, scien ...

I Love You, Colonel Sanders!

I Love You, Colonel Sanders! A Finger Lickin Good Dating Simulator is a dating sim developed by Psyop. The video game was commissioned by the restaurant chain KFC and released for free on Steam on September 24, 2019. A parody of conventional dati ...

First date (disambiguation)

A first date is the first meeting between two people with the aim of each assessing the others suitability as a romantic partner. First date may also refer to:

Blind date (disambiguation)

Blind Date 1987 film, starring Bruce Willis and Kim Basinger Blind Dating, a 2006 film directed by James Keach Blind Date 2015 film, directed by Clovis Cornillac Blind Date 1984 film, directed by Nico Mastorakis starring Kirstie Alley Blind Dates ...

Expiration

Expiration may refer to: Expiration film, a 2004 independent feature film Death Shelf life, or the time after which a product expires Timeout computing, or the expiration of Session computer science due to the passing of time Expiration options, ...

Elisabetta Gafforini

Elisabetta Gafforini was an Italian opera singer who sang leading contralto and mezzo-soprano roles primarily in the theatres of Venice and at La Scala in Milan but also in Spain, Portugal, and other Italian cities. During the course of her 25-ye ...

Christ among the Doctors (Veronese)

Christ among the Doctors is an oil on cavnas painting of Christ Among the Doctors by Paolo Veronese, now in the Museo del Prado in Madrid, Spain. Its dating has been the subject of debate - the date 1548 appears on a book held by a figure seated ...

Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (Second Edinburgh Edition)

Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect was issued during the poets lifetime In Two Volumes. The Second Edition Considerably Enlarged. It is a collection of poetry and songs by the poet Robert Burns, printed for T. Cadell, London, and W. Creech, E ...

Play date (disambiguation)

"Play Date" song, 2015 Play Date, a childrens music project by Shanti Wintergate "Playdate" Exo-CBX song, 2018 Play Date album, a 2002 album by Euge Groove

Gaslighter (song)

Gaslighter is a song recorded by American country music group Dixie Chicks from their upcoming eighth studio album of the same name. The song was written and produced by the group and Jack Antonoff.

2020 in downloadable songs for the Rock Band series

The Rock Band series of music video games supports downloadable songs for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions through the consoles respective online services. Users can download songs on a track-by-track basis, with many of the tracks also of ...

Great Pretender (TV series)

Great Pretender is an upcoming original Japanese anime television series produced by Wit Studio, directed by Hiro Kaburagi and written by Ryota Kosawa. The series is scheduled to premiere on July 8, 2020 on Fuji TVs +Ultra anime programming block ...

Betty (TV series)

Betty is an American teen comedy television series created by Crystal Moselle. The series is a spinoff of Moselles 2018 film Skate Kitchen. It includes most of the cast of the original movie, and focuses on the groups efforts to stand out in New ...

Joker: Yurusarezaru Sōsakan

Joker: Yurusarezaru Sōsakan is a 2010 Japanese crime drama television series developed by Hideaki Tatematsu and Masaru Ōta from Fuji TV and Kyodo Television respectively. It stars Masato Sakai in his first leading role as mild-mannered detective ...

Frisian

Frisian usually refers to: Frisians, the medieval and modern ethnic group inhabiting Frisia Frisii, the ancient inhabitants of Frisia prior to 600 AD Frisia, a region on the western coasts of Germany and the Netherlands Old Frisian, spoken in Fri ...

Phra Ruang

Phra Ruang is a legendary figure from Thai history, usually described as the founder of the first Thai kingdom who freed the people from the rule of the ancient Khmer Empire. It is also found as a title that may have referred to one or more kings ...

Wuthering Heights (disambiguation)

Wuthering Heights is an 1846 novel by Emily Bronte. Wuthering Heights may also refer to "New Wuthering Heights", the opening song to the 2012 Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine anime Wuthering Heights, the name of a 1979 disco concept ...

Merle Boyer

Merle Newport Boyer was an American modernist studio art jeweler and sculptor, as well as inventor, machinist, teacher and mentor.

Herma Menth

Menth played in New York in 1912. In the spring of 1918, Menth toured Pennsylvania and Virginia, including a stop at Camp Lee with American violinist Vera Barstow, to play for American troops. She and Barstow played gave more concerts for troops ...

Leighton Battery

Leighton Battery at Buckland Hill, Mosman Park, Western Australia, was part of the Coastal defences of Australia during World War II and the Fremantle Fortress, protecting Fremantle Harbour. The battery initially consisted of two 6-inch Mk VII na ...

Sottevast V2 bunker

Sottevast was a Second World War bunker complex for launching V2-weapons in Sottevast near Cherbourg, in Normandy, France. It was built, under the codename Reservelager West, by the forces of Nazi Germany between 1943 and 1944 to serve as a launc ...

Parking Lot (Blink-182 song)

Parking Lot is a song recorded by American rock band Blink-182. The song was released on March 16, 2017 through BMG Rights Management, as a promotional single for the deluxe edition of the bands seventh studio album California. It was written by ...

Evaluation (disambiguation)

Competency evaluation language, a means for teachers to determine the ability of their students Evaluation Assurance Level EAL, a numerical grade assigned following the completion of a Common Criteria security evaluation Evaluation workplace, a t ...

Mishkan Museum of Art

Mishkan LeOmanut was the first rural museum in Israel and the first museum run by a kibbutz. One of the kibbutz members, painter Chaim Atar, organized an "art corner" in a small wooden hut which developed into a museum specializing in the work of ...

ASW

ASW, a three-letter abbreviation, may refer to: Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers, former UK trades union Artificial seawater Arc System Works, a video game development company Anti-submarine warfare Asynchronous SpaceWarp, a framerate smoothing ...

CWR

CWR can refer to: California Western Railroad Crop wild relative, a wild plant closely related to a domesticated plant Canadian Wrestling Revolution, a Canadian professional wrestling promotion based in Toronto China Weekly Review Cholsey and Wal ...

JWP

JWP may refer to: Japanese Word Processor, the predecessor to JWPce Jake White Project, an American band JadeWeserPort, a port in northern Germany JWP Joshi Puroresu, a Japanese professional wrestling promotion JWP Joint Womens Programme, an orga ...

Christopher Whelen

Christopher Whelen was an English composer, conductor and playwright, best known for his radio and television operas. Because much of his work was written directly for broadcast little of it survives today.

Belphegor (disambiguation)

Belphegor is the name of a demon. The name has inspired other uses as well: Belfagor arcidiavolo, a novella by Niccolo Machiavelli written between 1518 and 1527 Belphegor La Fontaine, one of La Fontaines Fables 1693, adapted from the Machiavelli ...

Iolanthe (disambiguation)

Iolanthe is a feminine given name, derived from Koinē Greek: Ἰόλη iolē "violet" and ἄνθος anthos "flower". Yolanda disambiguation, the Spanish form of the name, is also used in English-speaking countries. Jolanta, the Eastern European form, is a ...

Heart of Darkness (disambiguation)

"And the Heart of Darkness", an episode from the first season of The Librarians "Heart of Darkness" Miami Vice, an episode of Miami Vice Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmakers Apocalypse, a 1991 documentary about the making of the film Apocalypse Now H ...

Gauntlet

The Gauntlet novel, a childrens book, written by Ronald Welch, 1951 Gauntlet newspaper, published by students at the University of Calgary "The Gauntlet" comics, a Spider-Man storyline The Gauntlet film, 1977, starring Clint Eastwood and Sondra Locke

Streamer

Streamer or streamers may refer to: Streamer discharge, a type of electrical discharge Streamer moth, the geometer moth Anticlea derivata Streamer, a common name for a Lake-effect snow band Pennon, a small pointed flag Online streamer, a person w ...

Blue Dragon

Belgrade Blue Dragons, an American football club based in Belgrade, Serbia Cardiff City Blue Dragons, former Rugby League team Hutchinson Blue Dragons, sports teams for Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson, Kansas, U.S.

Movie (disambiguation)

Movies!, an American digital multicast television network that broadcasts feature films A Movie 1958, an experimental film The Movies film, a 1925 silent film directed by Fatty Arbuckle Movies, a cinema chain in the Republic of Ireland

The Legend Hunters

The Legend Hunters is an upcoming Chinese action film directed by Simon West and Li Yifan, from a screenplay by Li Yifan. It is based on the novel series Ghost Blows Out the Light by Zhang Muye. The film stars Zhang Hanyu, Jiang Wu and Celina Jad ...

Electro

Electronic music in general or its other subgenres such as electro house and electropop Electro music, a genre of electronic music which originated in the early 1980s Electro-Light, a NoCopyrightSounds artist

Thrash

Thrash may refer to: Thrash Rally, a top-down perspective rally racing video game developed by ADK Thrashing computer science, where increasing resources are used to do a decreasing amount of work Thrash, mascot of the Atlanta Thrashers Thrash su ...

Trance (disambiguation)

Trance Gemini, a fictional character in the TV series Andromeda Der Fan, a 1982 West German horror film also known as Trance Trance 2020 film, an Indian Malayalam language film Trance 1920 aka Anita, an obscure Austrian silent film based on Trilb ...

Adult-oriented rock

Adult-oriented rock AOR has multiple meanings in the music world and its meaning may vary upon location. It may refer to: Album-oriented rock AOR, a 1970s radio format that evolved from progressive rock West Coast Sound, a mid to late 1970s rock ...

The Lakes

The Lakes may refer to: Places Australia The Lakes, Western Australia The Lakes Important Bird Area The Lakes Golf Club, a golf course in Sydney, Australia Denmark The Lakes, Copenhagen, Denmark United Kingdom Lake District National Park in the U ...

Grundtvigsvej

Grundtvigsvej is a street in the Frederiksberg district of Copenhagen, Denmark. It runs from Bulowsvej in the east to Falkoner Alle in the west. Grundtvigsvej School, a public primary school, is located at No. 11.

ITE

Interactive Television Entertainment ITE, a defunct Danish media company ITE Tech, a fabless semiconductor company from Taiwan ITE Group, an organiser of exhibitions and conferences

Storyville

Storyville magazine, British jazz magazine that ran from 1965 to 2003 Storyville band, an American blues-rock band Storyville Records George Weins, a 1950s American jazz record label founded by George Wein Storyville Records, a Danish record labe ...