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My Friend

"My Friend", by Royce da 59" from Rock City "My Friend" Oblivia song, 2000 "My Friend So Long", by DC Talk from Supernatural "My Friend", by Neil Sedaka from In the Pocket "My Friend" Groove Armada song, 2001 "My Friend" Jacques Houdek song, 2017 ...

                                               

BHL

BHL may refer to: Bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy, an enlargement of the lymph nodes of pulmonary hila Bibliotheca Hagiographica Latina, a hagiographical sourcebook Biodiversity Heritage Library, a consortium of natural history and botanical libr ...

                                               

Regional Council

Regional Council may refer to: Regional Council Hong Kong, disbanded in 1999 Regional council may refer to: Cape Breton Regional Council Governing bodies of regional municipalities in Nova Scotia Regional council Israel Regional council Italy, th ...

                                               

1996 presidential election

1996 presidential election may refer to: 1996 Gambian presidential election 1996 Chadian presidential election 1996 Beninese presidential election 1996 Equatorial Guinean presidential election 1996 United States presidential election 1996 Cape Ve ...

                                               

Qian Kun

Qian Kun, better known by the mononym Kun, is a Chinese singer, songwriter and producer. He is a member of South Korean boy group NCT and its Chinese sub-unit WayV.

                                               

Haru

Haru is a Japanese word that means "spring ". Haru is also a Korean word that means "day" in Korean. Haru may also refer to: Haru 1996 film, a Japanese film List of Reborn! characters#Haru Miura Haru, protagonista del K-drama Extraordinary you Li ...

                                               

Ana Sinatashvili

Ana Sinatashvili is a Georgian footballer who plays as a forward for FC Martve. She has played officially for the senior Georgia womens national team.

                                               

Needle remover

A needle remover is a device used to physically remove a needle from a syringe. In developing countries, there is still a need for improvements in needle safety in hospital settings as most of the needle removal processes are done manually and un ...

                                               

Hawkes Bay (disambiguation)

Hawkes Bay or Hawesbay primarily refers to a bay on the coast of New Zealand, and its surrounding region. Hawkes Bay may refer to: Canada Hawkes Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Hawkes Bay Region, the area around Hawke Bay Hawkes Bay Provin ...

                                               

The Prince of West End Avenue

The Prince of West End Avenue is the first novel by Alan Isler, published in 1994. The novel is a first-person narration by Otto Korner and intertwines a comedy about staging Hamlet in a Jewish retirement home, the Emma Lazarus, with flashbacks c ...

                                               

1996 Pacific Curling Championships

The 1996 Pacific Curling Championships were held from November 26 to 29 in Sydney, Australia. Australia won the mens event over Japan it was the sixth Pacific title for the Australian men. On the womens side, Japan defeated Australia in the final ...

                                               

R8

R8 or R-8 may refer to: Audi R8, used since 1999 by Audi for Le Mans 24 Hours race cars, and since 2007 for a street legal car List of Audi R8 automobiles R8 Rodalies de Catalunya, a commuter rail line bypassing Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Fox Ch ...

                                               

Multi-National Division

Multi-National Division may refer to: Bosnia Multi-National Division South-East c.1996-1999 Multi-National Division North c.1996-1999 Multi-National Division South-West c.1996-1999 Iraq Multi-National Division South c.2009-2011 formed by the merg ...

                                               

Ancient Ksour of Ouadane, Chinguetti, Tichitt and Oualata

The ancient ksour of Ouadane, Chinguetti, Tichitt and Oualata in Mauritania were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996. Ouadane and Chinguetti are located in the Adrar Region, Tichitt in the Tagant Region and Oualata in the Hodh Ech ...

                                               

Colibași

Colibasi may refer to several places in Romania: Colibasi, a village in Mioveni Town, Argeș County, and Mioveni itself, called Colibasi until 1996 Colibasi, a village in Iedera Commune, Dambovita County Colibasi, a village in Strejești Commune, O ...

                                               

Heman (given name)

Heman is a male given name. Notable people with the name include: Heman Humphrey 1779–1861, American author and clergyman Heman C. Smith 1850–1919, American Ladder-Day Saint leader Heman L. Dowd 1887–?, American college football player and coach ...

                                               

Izzy Odigie

Odigie was born in 1996, her mother, Osarenoma Odigie, was a nurse and her father was a businessman. She was born in Brooklyn but brought up in Nigeria in Edo State. where she went to boarding school She moved to the US in 2007 and studied dance ...

                                               

Mana Parbat I

Mana Parbat I is a mountain of the Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India. Mana Parbat I standing majestically at 6.794 metres. It is 34th highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda Devi, is the highest mountain in this category. It is ...

                                               

Mohammad Khalequzzaman

Mohammad Khalequzzaman Bangladesh Nationalist Party politician. He was elected a member of parliament from Coxs Bazar-3 in February 1996 and June 1996.

                                               

Abdullah Al-Mogren

Abdullah Al-Mogren is a Saudi Arabian professional footballer who plays as a winger for Pro League side Al-Raed.

                                               

Hussain Al Hajoj

Hussain Al Hajoj is a Saudi Arabian professional footballer who plays as a winger for Pro League side Al-Raed.

                                               

Ibrahim Al Barakah

Ibrahim Al Barakah is a Saudi Arabian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Saudi club Al-Bukayriyah.

                                               

Sultan Al-Farhan

Sultan Al-Farhan is a Saudi Arabian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Pro League side Al-Raed.

                                               

Mohanad Fallatah

Mohanad Fallatah is a Saudi Arabian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Pro League side Al-Fayha.

                                               

SC 7

SC 7 can refer to: BOT SC07 Speed Cruiser, a light-sport aircraft South Carolina Highway 7, a state highway in South Carolina. 35282 1996 SC7 of 1996 SC7, the reference point for a number of asteroids, such as 5130 Ilioneus, 34420 Peterpau and 15 ...

                                               

Laksa (disambiguation)

Laksa is a spicy noodle soup popular in the Peranakan cuisine of Southeast Asia. Katong Laksa is a variant of laksa lemak inspired by the Straits Chinese who live in the precinct of Katong in Singapore Laksa or the accented Ļaksa or Lakså may als ...

                                               

Fatah (disambiguation)

Fatah is a secular Palestinian political party, and the largest faction of the confederated multi-party Palestine Liberation Organization. Fatah may also refer to:

                                               

No Turning Back

No Turning Back may refer to: No Turning Back political group, a group within the British Conservative Party "No Turning Back", an episode of the TV series Drive No Turning Back, a 2005 album by Calyx "No Turning Back", a 2008 single by This Beau ...

                                               

Banu Awd

The Banu Awd are descendants of Awd ibn Sad al-Ashirah ibn Madhhij. A Qahtanite tribe that mostly settled in Yemen in the pre-Islamic period. Awd is recorded to have two sons: Munabbah and Kab. Although Arabic history books scarcely mention Banu ...

                                               

Tai Chi Boxer

Tai Chi Boxer, also known as Tai Chi II, is a 1996 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Yuen Woo-ping and Zhang Xinyan. The film stars Jacky Wu, Christy Chung, Sibelle Hu, Billy Chow, Mark Cheng and Lau Shun. The film was released in the Hong ...

                                               

Wang Xiaoqian

Wang Xiaoqian is a female Chinese freestyle wrestler. In 2019 she won one of the bronze medals in the womens 65 kg event at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.

                                               

Illuy (cantillation)

The Illuy or Iluy is a Trope in the Judaic Liturgy. It is one of the cantillation marks used in the three poetic books: Job, the Book of Proverbs, and the Psalms. Accordingly, it is a special mark belonging to the Taamei Sifrei Emet.

                                               

Posham Pa

Posham Pa is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language psychological crime drama thriller television film directed by national award winning director Suman Mukhopadhyay. The film stars Mahie Gill, Sayani Gupta, Ragini Khanna in the main lead roles. The title ...

                                               

Night of Terror (disambiguation)

Night of Terror is a 1933 horror film. Night of Terror or A Night of Terror may also refer to: "Night of Terror", an instrumental by Clint Mansell from the Black Swan soundtrack 2010 A Night of Terror 1911 film, directed by Edwin S. Porter Night ...

                                               

Beyond the Veil

Beyond the Veil may refer to: Beyond the Veil, 2013 play by Deborah McAndrew Beyond the Veil book, a book by Fatima Mernissi Beyond the Veil: Live at the Bobby Jones Gospel Explosion XIII, an album by Daryl Coley Beyond the Veil album, a 1999 alb ...

                                               

Faculty

Faculty may refer to: Faculty company, a British artificial intelligence company Faculty academic staff, the academic staff of a university North American usage Aspects of intelligence "cognitive faculties" The rights of a priest to celebrate or ...

                                               

A Minor) v Minister for Justice and Equality and others

A v Minister for Justice and Equality, Refugee Applications Commissioner, Ireland and the Attorney General IESC 18, 2 ILRM 457 is an Irish Supreme Court case where the Supreme Court concluded that a certificate of leave to appeal was not required ...

                                               

Finger of God (disambiguation)

Finger of God Carina, nebula Finger of God Cygnus, a.k.a. Witchs Broom in Veil Nebula Fingers of God, type of pattern involving clusters of galaxies

                                               

E0

E0 or E00 can refer to: ε 0, in physics, vacuum permittivity, the absolute dielectric permittivity of classical vacuum E0, ethanol-free gasoline, see REC-90 e 0, in demographics, the life expectancy of an individual at birth age zero E0 cipher, a ...

                                               

Residential architecture in Ibiza

The residential architecture in Ibiza includes typical white modular houses built in the Mediterranean style. The appearance of traditional residential buildings was influenced by various cultures appearing for centuries on the island. Assyrian a ...

                                               

Fight or Flight

The fight-or-flight response is a biological response of humans and other animals to acute stressors. Fight or Flight may also refer to: Fight or Flight, a 1996 book documenting battles from the soldiers perspective by military historian Geoffrey ...

                                               

An Essay on Abstinence from Animal Food, as a Moral Duty

An Essay on Abstinence from Animal Food, as a Moral Duty is a book on ethical vegetarianism and animal rights written by Joseph Ritson, first published in 1802.

                                               

Bloodhound (disambiguation)

Bristol Type 84 Bloodhound, a British fighter aircraft Bloodhound yacht, an ocean racing yacht HMS Bloodhound, the name of four ships of the Royal Navy and one planned one Bristol Bloodhound, a British anti-aircraft missile Bloodhound SSC, a jet ...

                                               

Book of the Kindred

Martin Klimes reviewed Book of the Kindred for Arcane magazine, rating it a 3 out of 10 overall. Klimes comments that "The material is of good quality, with descriptions of the Camarilla, of the language of the damned, some short stories set in W ...

                                               

North Tama County Community School District

North Tama County Community School District is a school district headquartered in Traer, Iowa. It has an elementary school and a secondary school. Its schools are North Tama Elementary School and North Tama Junior-Senior High School. The district ...

                                               

High definition

Ultra-high-definition television, a further step in television resolution HD Photo, former name for the JPEG XR image file format High-Definition Multimedia Interface HDMI, all-digital audio/video interface capable of transmitting uncompressed st ...

                                               

Redux

Redux album, an album by Adam Ant Redux: Dark Matters, a Dreamcast video game subsequently released online "Redux" Homeland, an episode of Homeland Redux literary term, an adjective meaning "brought back, restored" used in literature, film and vi ...

                                               

Lifetime Achievement Emmy

The Lifetime Achievement Emmy is an American accolade bestowed by the New York City–based National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences organization in recognition of excellence in American television programming over a lifetime of broadcastin ...

                                               

Hunger (Marvel Comics)

Loxias Crown, otherwise known as Hunger, is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Spider-Man #76 vol. 1 #76 and was created by Howard Mackie.

                                               

1997 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group III – Zone B

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1997. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Th ...