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The Kill Hole

The Kill Hole is a 2012 American action thriller war film written and directed by Mischa S. Webley and starring Chadwick Boseman, Tory Kittles, Peter Greene and Billy Zane. It is Webley’s directorial debut.

                                               

Jay Chanoine

Jay Chanoine is a stand-up comedian from Manchester, New Hampshire. He has released two albums, most recently 2019s The Texas Chanoinesaw Massacre, produced by Grammy winner Dan Schlissel for Stand Up! Records. It reached No. 1 on the Amazon come ...

                                               

Norfleet

Julian Norfleet born 1991, American basketball player. Earl Norfleet Phillips, American diplomat. Celeste O. Norfleet, American author. Tia Norfleet born 1986, American race car driver. Bobby Norfleet born 1958, American race car driver. Dennis N ...

                                               

Stereotype (disambiguation)

A stereotype is a simplified generalization about members of a group. Stereotype, stereo type, or stereotypes may also refer to: "Stereotypes" song, a 1996 Britpop single by Blur Stereotypical non-human, a non-pathological pattern of animal behav ...

                                               

Born Again (TV series)

Born Again is a 2020 South Korean television series starring Jang Ki-yong, Jin Se-yeon and Lee Soo-hyuk. It tells the story of two men and one woman who become involved in the 1980s and again in the present day through reincarnation and fate. The ...

                                               

Cerquita De Mi

Cerquita De Mi is the debut single by Peruvian singer Patrick Romantik. It was released by Sony Music as Romantiks first single as a main artist after being featured in the 2018 song Mi Suegra by Peruvian singer Maricarmen Marin. In November 2019 ...

                                               

Rafa Pabon

Rafa Pabon, also stylized as Rafa Pabon, is a Puerto Rican musician known for his urbano songs. In 2019, his single "Pa mi" featuring Dalex charted the top 40 on Hot Latin Songs. On March 2, 2019, the single "Ta To Gucci" by Cauty and Pabon peake ...

                                               

The Hooked Generation

Socrates Ballis as Cuban Leader Gay Perkins as Nivar Terry Smith as Talla Jeremy Slate as Daisey Marilyn Nordman as Books Girlfriend Michael DeBeausset as Rapper Willie Pastrano as Dum Steve Alaimo as Mark Walter R. Philbin as Lieutenant Dern Wil ...

                                               

Ammy Kang

Amreek Singh, better known by his stage name Ammy Kang, is an Indian bhojpuri rapper, singer, actor and model from Gurgaon, Haryana, India. He started to gain popularity after the release of his song Jai Bihar in 2016. He broke through with the r ...

                                               

Presidential Guard Unit

The Presidential Guard Unit is the Angolan Armed Forces presidential guard to the President of Angola. It is also responsible for the defense of the capital of Luanda. The special unit specializes in house warfare. The group consists of both male ...

                                               

Oli Wilson

Wilson was raised in Palmerston North, the son of deer researcher Peter Wilson, who retired as Professor Emeritus at Massey University. He graduated with a Bachelor of Music from the University of Otago in 2007, and completed his PhD there in 201 ...

                                               

Pskov State University

Pskov State University is a federal state budgetary educational institution of higher education in Pskov Region. It is one of 33 flagship universities in Russia. It was established in 2010 by merging two higher education institutions and three te ...

                                               

Tso-Ping Ma

Tso-Ping was born in China but later moved to live and study in Taiwan. After graduating from National Taiwan University, he moved to live and study in the United States. He completed his Ph.D. degree from Yale University in 1974.

                                               

Klaus-Dieter Liss

Klaus-Dieter Liss, German LiS, is a German-Australian physicist working in the field of experimental X-ray and neutron scattering and their applications. Liss research is on in-situ and real-time experiments with synchrotron and neutron radiation ...

                                               

Bogoliubov Prize (disambiguation)

Bogoliubov Prize may refer to: Bogoliubov Prize, an international award offered by the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research for scientists with outstanding contribution to theoretical physics and applied mathematics. Bogoliubov Prize NASU, an awa ...

                                               

Harry Mestayer

Harry Mestayer was an actor in silent films and theatrical productions in the U.S. He had leading roles and was a supporting actor in more than two dozen films and numerous theaterical productions. He performed in California, was in several hits ...

                                               

Undead Unluck

Undead Unluck is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshifumi Tozuka. It has been serialized in Shueishas Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine since January 2020, and collected into two tankōbon volumes as of June 2020.

                                               

Mission: Yozakura Family

Mission: Yozakura Family is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hitsuji Gondaira. It has been serialized in Shueishas Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine since August 2019, and collected into three tankōbon volumes as of June 2020.

                                               

Mashle: Magic and Muscles

Mashle: Magic and Muscles is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Kōmoto. It has been serialized in Shueishas Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine since January 2020, and collected into one tankōbon volume as of June 2020.

                                               

2011–12 VfB Stuttgart season

The 2011–12 VfB Stuttgart season was the 119th season in the clubs football history. They competed in the Bundesliga, the top tier of German football, in which they finished 6th as well as competing in the DFB-Pokal, where they were eliminated in ...

                                               

Valdosta (disambiguation)

Valdosta is a city in southern Georgia, United States. "Valdosta" may also refer to: Valdosta State Blazers football, the football team of Valdosta State University. Valdosta State Blazers the athletic programs of the University. Valdosta State–W ...

                                               

Dylan Chiazor

Born in Amersfoort, Chiazor started his youth career at VVZA Amersfoort, before joining VV Hooglanderveen. He then moved to the academy of Ajax before moving to PEC Zwolle in 2010 and he signed for IJsselmeervogels for 3 years in 2012. His next c ...

                                               

Gdansk (disambiguation)

Gdansk is a city in Poland, also known by its German and Latin names Danzig and Gedania. Gdansk may also refer to several places: Lechia Gdansk, a football club based in Gdansk Gdansk Pomerania, a region of Pomerania more commonly called "Eastern ...

                                               

1962–63 Real Madrid CF season

The 1962–63 season was Real Madrid Club de Futbols 60th season in existence and the clubs 31st consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football.

                                               

Noarlunga

Noarlunga is a South Australian placename which refer to several entities within the southern Adelaide metropolitan area. For all placenames including the word Noarlunga, the etymology used for the Hundred of Noarlunga applies. Noarlunga may refe ...

                                               

ACSC

ACSC may refer to: Asheville City SC, a National Premier Soccer League club based in Asheville, North Carolina Alternating Closed and Semi-Closed rebreather, a special type rebreather for diving Air Command and Staff College, Montgomery, Alabama ...

                                               

SSFL

SSFL may refer to: Super Sunday Football League, a semi-pro / amateur soccer league in South Korea South of Scotland Football League, an amateur soccer league in Scotland Staffordshire Senior Football League, a defunct English football league Sou ...

                                               

Bram Kloppert

Bram Kloppert was a Dutch amateur boxer active in the 1960s in the lightweight category. He lived in Rotterdam. Kloppert was part of the boxing school of Theo Huizenaar with other boxers including Wim Jansen, Carel Jansen, Ada Jansen, Stan van de ...

                                               

Sarria (disambiguation)

Sarria or Sarrià may refer to: Sarrià Barcelona Metro, a station of the Barcelona Metro Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, the Barcelona district containing Sarrià Sarrià, Barcelona, a neighbourhood in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Sarrià Stadium, a former footb ...

                                               

2020 Division 1 (Swedish football)

The 2020 Division 1, part of the 2020 Swedish football season is the 15th season of Swedens third-tier football league in its current format. The season started on 14 June 2020 and ended on 29 November 2020.

                                               

Salim Touahri

Salim Touahri is a Polish mixed martial artist who competed in the Welterweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

                                               

Kieran Maguire

Kieran Maguire is a British academic, author and broadcaster. He specialises in the accountancy of association football and authored the book The Price of Football. His expertise is frequently sought within English football media. Alongside comed ...

                                               

Klidson Abreu

Klidson Abreu is an Brazilian mixed martial artist currently competing in the Light heavyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

                                               

List of FIBA Europe womens club competition winners

The FIBA Europe is the governing body for Basketball in Europe. It organises Three main Active club competitions for women: the Euroleague, the EuroCup Women, and the FIBA Europe Super Cup. there is also another former fiba europe club competitio ...

                                               

1998 CIAU football season

The 1998 CIAU football season began on September 2, 1998, and concluded with the 34th Vanier Cup national championship on November 28, 1998 at the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, with the Saskatchewan Huskies winning the third Vanier Cup championshi ...

                                               

Jonathan Makaya

Makaya began his career in France. After joining AS Lattes, he later played for FC Sete and represented both clubs at the youth national level. Makaya played for AS Beziers France in 2012 and Alcobendas Sports Spain in 2013 before being recruited ...

                                               

Windsor Lancers football

The Windsor Lancers football team represents the University of Windsor in Windsor, Ontario in the sport of Canadian football in the Ontario University Athletics conference of U Sports. The Windsor Lancers football team has been in continuous oper ...

                                               

Yisel Rodriguez

Yisel Rodriguez Llanes is a Cuban retired footballer who played as a midfielder. She has been a member of the Cuba womens national team until January 2012, when she defected while being in Vancouver, Canada during an international competitive tou ...

                                               

UEL

UEL can refer to: United Empire Loyalists, pro-British colonists who left the United States for Canada after the Revolutionary War Unified Expression Language, part of Java EE 6 Upper explosive limit, maximum concentration in air that will burn U ...

                                               

Vince Morales

Vince Morales is an American mixed martial artist currently competing in the Featherweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

                                               

Francesco Scafarelli

Francesco Scafarelli was an Italian chess International Master, Chess Olympiad individual bronze medal winner.

                                               

Hans Spitzauer

Johann "Hans" Spitzauer is an Austrian former sailor, who specialized in both Finn and Star classes. He was named the countrys top Finn sailor in the first three editions of his Olympic career and came closest to the medal haul in Atlanta 1996, f ...

                                               

Cameron Partridge

Cameron Partridge is an American Episcopal priest, chaplain, and a transgender activist. He was the first transgender priest to preach at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

                                               

2021 Mens EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup

The 2021 Mens EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup will be the 32nd edition of the Mens EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup, Europes premier mens club indoor hockey tournament organized by the European Hockey Federation. It will be held at the Alanya Ataturk Spor S ...

                                               

Friedrich Claus

Friedrich Claus was a German footballer. He played club football as a defender for Frankfurter Kickers who later merged with Victoria Frankfurt to form Frankfurter FuSball-Verein Kickers-Victoria, a predecessor of Eintracht Frankfurt. Claus won w ...

                                               

Taylor Booth (soccer)

Booth joined the Bayern Munich youth team from the Real Salt Lake youth academy in January 2019. He made his professional debut for Bayern Munich II in the 3. Liga on June 14, 2020, coming on as a substitute in the 73rd minute for Malik Tillman i ...

                                               

IR mens football

The IR mens football team, commonly known as IR is the mens football department of Iþrottafelag Reykjavikur. It is based in Reykjavik, Iceland and currently plays in 2. deild karla.

                                               

Takhti Stadium

Takhti Stadium is the name of several facilities named in honour of Iranian wrestler Gholamreza Takhti: Takhti Stadium Ardabil Takhti Stadium Tabriz Takhti Stadium Bandar Abbas Takhti Stadium Khorramabad Takhti Stadium Yasuj, home ground of Shahr ...

                                               

Fernanda Aguirre

Fernanda Aguirre is a Chilean taekwondo practitioner. In 2019, she won one of the bronze medals in the womens 57 kg event at the 2019 Pan American Games held in Lima, Peru. In 2017, she competed in the womens lightweight event at the 2017 World T ...

                                               

List of football clubs in Indonesia by major honours won

This is a list of the major honours won by football clubs in Indonesia. It lists every Indonesia club to have won any of the domestic trophies recognized as major titles by FIFA.