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Triple Crown

A Triple Crown is the act of winning or completing the three most important, difficult, or prestigious events, feats, or prizes in a given field. Originating in England in the mid-19th century in the sport of horse racing, it has spread to other ...

Heaton (surname)

Heaton is a habitational surname that originated in several locations in England. The name derives from Old English hēah and tūn. Notable people with the surname include: Arthur B. Heaton 1875–1951, American architect Peter Heaton-Jones born 1963 ...

Chole

Chole can refer to: Chole, cooked or uncooked chickpeas Chole woreda, one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia region of Ethiopia Chole bhature, a combination of chana masala and fried bread called bhatura Chole masala, another name for chana masala, ...

Wag

Wag band, a Japanese rock-band Wags the Dog, a mascot in the Australian childrens band The Wiggles WAGS TV series, an American reality TV series Winnipeg Art Gallery, in Manitoba, Canada Wag, a character in Kabumpo in Oz 1922

Pyeongchang-eup

Pyeongchang-eup is a town in South Korea and the county seat of the county of Pyeongchang. The town has a surface area of 116.31 km 2 and a population of 9.940. It is located on the left bank of the river Pyeongchanggang.

Kick It (NCT 127 song)

Kick It is a song recorded by South Korean boy band NCT 127, the Seoul-based unit of the unlimited boy group NCT under the management of SM Entertainment. It was written by songwriter Wutan, Rick Bridges and danke of lalala Studio, with Dem Joint ...

Sevens football in Kerala

Sevens football is a popular form of football played in Kerala. The games are played with seven players on each side, typically in a smaller field than a full-size football ground. The refereeing in the games is not as strict as in regular footba ...

Eastern Cape drought

The ongoing drought starting in 2015 effecting the Eastern Cape region of South Africa is one of the worst droughts in to regions history. The drought led the South African government to declare the region a "disaster area" in October 2019. Local ...

Hans Hedjerson

Hans Goran Hedjerson is a Swedish professional golfer, who was one of the best amateur players in Sweden in the 1960s and 1970s.

Figure skating at the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics – Team trophy

The mixed NOC team figure skating competition of the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics was held at the Lausanne Skating Arena on 15 January 2020. The eight teams were composed of one mens single skater, one ladies single skater, one pair, and one ice da ...

All

Alliance of the Libertarian Left ALL ALL FM, a community radio station in Manchester, England American Life League ALL Rumo S.A. formerly America Latina Logistica ALL, a Brazilian logistic company

Aichi Prefectural Asahigaoka Senior High School

Aichi Prefectural Asahigaoka Senior High School is a public coeducational senior high school located in Nagoya city, Aichi prefecture, Japan. It was originally established in 1870, having a long history of more than 140 years. As of 2019, it had ...

Rola

Rola may refer to: Rola Dashti born 1964, Kuwaiti economist and business executive and former politician and minister Rola Saad born 1978, Lebanese pop singer and model Rola Sleiman born 1975, Lebanese-Syrian female pastor, the first woman to be ...

VCE

Video Coding Engine, a video data processing hardware component V CE, the measured voltage between the collector and emitter in a transistor Variable cycle engine, an aircraft thrust engine type VCE company, a former division of EMC Corporation o ...

High five (disambiguation)

High five is a friendly gesture in which one individual slaps another’s hand. High five may also refer to: High 5s Project, an international collaboration promoting patient safety activities HiFive, a series of single board computers. High Fives ...

45

"45" The Gaslight Anthem song, 2012 45 Kino album, 1982 "45" Bon Iver song, 2016 "45" Shinedown song, 2003 45 Jaguares album, 2008 45 rpm record or 45, a common form of vinyl single "45" Elvis Costello song, 2002

Get Down

Get Down may refer to: Get down, a stance or movement in traditional African culture, in African American culture, and throughout the Black African diaspora

Cry for Help (disambiguation)

A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story, a 1989 NBC TV movie based on the 1985 ruling Thurman v. City of Torrington Cry for Help film, a 1928 German silent drama A Cry for Help 1912 film, an American silent drama directed by D.W. Griffith A Cry ...

Piggabeen Sports Complex

Piggabeen Sports Complex is a sporting venue situated in the suburb of Tweed Heads West in Tweed Heads, New South Wales, Australia. Predominantly used as a rugby league ground, it is the home ground of the Tweed Heads Seagulls, who play in the Qu ...

Aggro

"Aggro", a 2007 song by The Enemy from their album, Well Live and Die in These Towns "Pirate Aggro", a 1987 song by The Housemartins Aggro-Phobia, a 1976 album by Suzi Quatro Aggro Berlin, a German hip hop label "A Taste of Aggro", a 1978 song by ...

Unifi Sports

unifi Sports is an subscription in-house IPTV network in Malaysia dedicated to broadcasting sports-related content 24 hours a day. It is available exclusively on unifi TV.

List of Air Force Falcons in the NFL Draft

The following is a list of Air Force Falcons football players who have been selected in the National Football League Draft. As of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Falcons have had eight players picked by NFL teams, four of whom have played in a profession ...

George Ford

George Ford may refer to: George Ford American politician 1846–1917, American politician and judge George Ford coach 1871–1941, American football player and coach George Henry Ford 1808–1876, South African natural history illustrator George W. Fo ...

The Art of War (disambiguation)

The Art of War comics, a 2012 graphic novel by Kelly Roman and Michael DeWeese Sun Bins Art of War, a Chinese text by an alleged descendant of Sun Tzu The Art of War Machiavelli, a 1521 book by Niccolo Machiavelli The Art of War, a 19th-century t ...

Hellas

According to legend, a city in Phthiotis, founded by Hellen The region of Achaea Phthiotis in Thessaly Hellas theme, a Byzantine province in southern Greece Continental Greece, as opposed to the Peloponnese peninsula and the Greek islands A name ...

Side

Side Laconia, a town of ancient Laconia, Greece Side Pontus, a town of ancient Pontus, Anatolia Side, Turkey, an ancient city in Pamphylia, Anatolia Side, Iran, in Gilan Province, Iran Side Ainis, a town of Ainis, ancient Thessaly, Greece Side Ca ...

Kis

Kis or KIS may refer to: KIS weapon, a Polish World War II machine pistol KIS Keep It Simple, an alternate form of the KISS principle Kaspersky Internet Security suite Kopings IS, a Swedish sports club -kis-, from the Greek word, κις, meaning "ti ...

Asterion (disambiguation)

Asterion can refer to: Asterion, a Thessalian Argonaut in Argonautica Asterion, a star, also known as Chara or as Beta Canum Venaticorum in the constellation of Canes Venatici The House of Asterion, a short tale by Jorge Luis Borges Lamborghini A ...

Heracles (disambiguation)

Heracles or Herakles is the Greek mythic hero and son of the god Zeus. Heracles may also refer to: Herakles the Dactyl, a separate figure in Greek mythology said to have originated the Olympic Games Hercules, the Roman mythological analogue to th ...

Chiron (disambiguation)

Chiron, a fictional planet in the computer game Sid Meiers Alpha Centauri Chiron, a fictional planet in the James P. Hogan novel Voyage from Yesteryear Chiron hypothetical moon, a supposed moon of Saturn later found not to exist 2060 Chiron, a ce ...

Yarmouk

Yarmouk munitions factory explosion, an alleged Israeli air strike against a munitions factory in Sudan in October 2012 Battle of Yarmouk, a major battle between Arab Muslim forces and the armies of the Eastern Roman-Byzantine Empire in 636 Yarmu ...

Latakia (disambiguation)

Latakia is a city in Syria. Latakia also may refer to: Battles fought near the city Latakia tobacco, originally produced in Syria Battle of Latakia, a naval battle of the Yom Kippur War Second Battle of Latakia Latakia Camp, a Palestinian refugee ...

F1 (disambiguation)

F1 Magazine, a Syrian monthly computer magazine published in Arabic Oppo F1, a smartphone by Oppo Electronics F1, an Office Assistant in Microsoft Office Google F1, Googles SQL database management system DBMS F1, a computer Function key

Ghostlop

Ghostlop is an unreleased 1996 puzzle arcade video game that was in development by Data East and planned to be published by SNK for the Neo Geo MVS, Neo Geo AES and Neo Geo CD. In the game, players assume the role of ghosthunters Bruce and McCoy ...

Easy Rider (disambiguation)

"Easy Rider Let the Wind Pay the Way", a song by Iron Butterfly from Metamorphosis Easy Rider soundtrack, the soundtrack from the film The Easy Riders, an American folk band "Easy Rider band", a Spanish heavy metal band. "See Rider" or "Easy Ride ...

Denny Flynn

In 1969, Flynn won the Arkansas High School All-Around Rode title. He earned his Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association card in 1973. In 1979 in Palestine, Illinois, Flynn rode Steiners Red Lightning to a score of 98 out of 100. This broke the pr ...

Dillinger (disambiguation)

Dillinger 1991 film, a TV film by Rupert Wainwright starring Mark Harmon Dillinger 1960 film, a TV film by Mel Ferber starring Ralph Meeker Dillinger 1945 film, a film by Max Nosseck starring Lawrence Tierney Dillinger 1973 film, a film by John M ...

Bones (disambiguation)

Bones nickname, a list of people Bones surname, a list of people Bones rapper, underground rapper Jon Jones or Bones born 1987, American mixed martial artist

Bushwhackers (disambiguation)

Bushwhacker was a form of guerrilla warfare during the American Revolutionary War and American Civil War. The words bushwhacker and bushwacker spellings are often used interchangeably may also refer to:

PBR

Passive bistatic radar Pusey-Barrett-Rudolph theorem about the reality of quantum states Peripheral benzodiazepine receptor, another name for translocator protein Physically based rendering, a method used in computer graphics Precariously balance ...

The American Rodeo

The American Rodeo or the RFD-TV The American Rodeo was created in 2014. The rodeo is an annual event that takes place the first weekend in March in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The American Rodeo is attended by thousands of fans every y ...

Osborne

Australia Osborne, New South Wales, a rural community in the Riverina region Osborne, South Australia disambiguation, places associated with the suburb in the Adelaide metropolitan area Canada Manitoba Osborne Manitoba riding, a former provincial ...

CBR

CBR-FM, radio station 102.1 FM licensed to Calgary, Alberta, Canada CBR, former call sign of radio station CBU in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada CBR AM, radio station 1010 AM licensed to Calgary, Alberta, Canada

The Cowboy Channel Canada

The Cowboy Channel Canada is a Canadian English language licence-exempted Category B specialty channel broadcasting programming dedicated to western sports and the western lifestyle airing programs such as rodeo, bull riding, roping, reining, bar ...

William Nelson

William Nelson may refer to: William Nelson, 1st Earl Nelson 1757–1835, elder brother of Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson William Nelson Wisconsin 1839–1913, member of the Wisconsin State Senate William Nelson governor 1711–1772, American Colo ...

Arisa Hoshiki

Arisa Hoshiki is a Japanese professional wrestler and a former shoot boxer, currently signed to the World Wonder Ring Stardom promotion, where she is the current Wonder of Stardom Champion.

Luis Ortiz

Luis Ortiz may refer to: Luis Ortiz Gonzalez 1932–2006, Spanish politician Luis Ortiz third baseman born 1970, Dominican baseball player Luis Ortiz Puerto Rican boxer born 1965, Puerto Rican boxer Luis "Perico" Ortiz born 1949, Puerto Rican trump ...

British Open (disambiguation)

The British Open is the Open Championship mens golf tournament. British Open may also refer to: BDO British Open, one of the oldest competitive darts tournaments in the world British Open snooker, a now defunct tournament British Open Show Jumpin ...

Gutter

Gutter may refer to: Street gutter, a depression which runs alongside a city street, usually at the curb and diverts rain and street-cleaning water away from the street and into a storm drain Rain gutter, a narrow trough or duct which collects ra ...

Ricky MacMillan

Ricky MacMillan, is an Australian equestrian, international dressage judge, chair of Equestrian Australia and dentist. She competed at the Sydney 2000 Olympics in the individual and the team dressage events. Riding Crisp, she finished in 35th pla ...