Interloper (song): Interloper is a song from the Re-release of Slipknot's self titled album.
The Scarred: The Scarred are a punk rock band from Anaheim, California formed in 2003, on the New York-based label Punk Core records. They are notable in the punk rock scene for being one of the only old school punk bands active from Anaheim, as well as bridging the sound between modern street punk and early, 1977 influenced punk rock[1].
Verdigre: Verdigre is the name of a city and a township in Knox County, Nebraska:
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Hot 100 Singles Recurrents: Hot 100 Singles Recurrents is a music chart published weekly by Billboard magazine. This chart ranks singles that have reached Billboard recurrent criteria. Billboard describes a Hot 100 recurrent as a song which has spent twenty weeks on the Hot 100 and has fallen below position fifty. The scope of this chart is to highlight songs that continue to receive significant airplay on U.S. radio stations well past their peak in mainstream popularity, while keeping the turnover of the main Hot 100 chart as fresh and current as possible.
Farwah bint al-Qasim: Farwah bint al-Qasim (Arabic: فروة بنت القاسم‎) was the mother of Ja'far al-Sadiq, the sixth Shi'a imam. Her father was Qasim ibn Muhammad (ibn Abu Bakr). Her great-grandfather was Abu Bakr, the first caliph of the early Islamic state.
Shelton Martis: Martis signed for West Bromwich Albion for £50,000 on July 2, 2007.[2] He made his debut for the club in a 4-2 League Cup defeat against Cardiff City on 25 September, 2007.[3] His league debut was in a 2–1 win away at Leicester City on 8 December 2007.[4] In January 2008 Martis joined Scunthorpe United on loan for an initial period of one month.[5]
Little Italy, Syracuse: Little Italy Syracuse is an ethnic enclave in Syracuse, New York that contains several bakeries, cafés, pizzerias, restaurants, beauty salons, shops, bars and nightclubs. Its main street is North Salina Street. The north side of Syracuse has always had a great deal of residents with Italian heritage, and this neighborhood has been called Little Italy for a while. However, in 2003, the city officially designated it as such and the area was renovated.
Wakefield Poole: Wakefield Poole is an American pioneering film director in the gay pornography industry from the 1970s and 1980s. Born Walter Wakefield Poole in Jacksonville, Florida in 1936, he made his directorial debut with Boys in the Sand (1971). He made another very successful film the following year entitled Bijou with renowned gay actor Charlon Sing. He then made an unsuccessful heterosexual soft core film, Wakefield Poole's Bible, but is best known for his gay porn films. Many of his films starred Casey Donovan, one of the best known porn stars of his time. From 1964 to 1968, Poole was married to Nancy Van Rijn, a Broadway performer and choreographer.
Land measurement: Land measurement is the general concept describing the application and theory of measurement of land. Surveying is an important component of land measurement.
Sidi Ali District: Sidi Ali is a district in Mostaganem Province, Algeria. It was named after its capital, Sidi Ali.
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Jürgen Graf: In 1998 Jürgen Graf and his publisher, Gerhard Förster, were prosecuted by a Swiss court for Holocaust denial. In July 1998, Graf was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment and a fine. However, he fled initially to Iran to avoid prosecution and went into exile in August 2000. He married a Belarusian woman in 2001 and is currently living in Moscow, working as a translator.
Front Page Sports Baseball: Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro '98 introduced a popular feature: the ability to control gaming AI and physics by means of its pb.ini file.
Tropidophis spiritus: Sancti Spiritus Dwarf Boa Tropidophis spiritus is a small species of dwarf boa endemic to the province of Sancti Spíritus, central Cuba. It is distinguished from other Tropidophis species by its gracile body shape and color pattern of bold spots.
Rana Bhagwant Singh: Rana Bhagwant Singh was a cheerful and lively person. He helped and provided security to the British and Maratha refugees who came to Dholpur in 1857 war of independence. He was married with daughter of Jat chieftain Nand Kishor Rajauria. He was helped by his sister-in-law and wife of his elder brother Rana Pohap Singh in the matters of state affairs.
Alfred V. du Pont: Alfred Victor Philadelphe du Pont (April 11, 1798 – October 4, 1856) was an American chemist and industrialist, who was the eldest son and successor of Eleuthère Irénée du Pont, the founder of the E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.
Stanisław Poniatowski (1754–1833): A Polish prince, member of the Poniatowski family. Commander of the Foot Guard of the Crown (szef gwardii pieszej koronnej), Grand Treasurer of Lithuania (podskarbi wielki litewski) 1784 – 1791, Starost of Stryj (starost stryjski). He was a nephew of the last King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania, Stanisław II August, who saw in him a possible successor.
East Rock Institute: East Rock Institute (ERI) is a nonprofit research and educational organization dedicated to "the enhancement and deepening of cultural understanding between Eastern and Western societies." Founded originally by Dr. Kwang Lim Koh and his wife Dr. Hesung Chun Koh in 1952, the institute focuses on Korean and Korean American Studies as well as comparative East Asian and Korean diasporic studies.
Beloved Fatherland Movement: The Beloved Fatherland Movement (Movimiento Patria Querida) is a political party in Paraguay. At the last legislative elections, 27 April 2003[obsolete fact], the party won 15.3 % of the popular vote and 10 out of 80 seats in the Chamber of Deputies of Paraguay and 15.2 %, leading to 7 out of 45 seats in the Senate. Its candidate at the presidential elections of the same day, Pedro Nicolás Maráa Fadul Niella, won 21.3 % of the popular vote.
National Medicinal Drugs Policy: In 2005 the United People's Freedom Alliance Government promised to establish a National Medicinal Drugs Policy (NMPD) that would enable Sri Lankans significantly to cut down on drug expenses and get quality drugs at affordable prices while saving billions of Rupees in foreign exchange for the country. It anticipated that the implementation of the NMDP could reduce the number of drugs imported, prescribed and sold in Sri Lanka to about 350 varieties.
Braye-sous-Faye: Braye-sous-Faye is a village and commune in the Indre-et-Loire département of central France.
High Point Regional High School: High Point Regional High School is a comprehensive four-year public high school and school district, which serves students from five municipalities in Sussex County, New Jersey. As of January 16, 2007, the school served 1,362 students from the five municipalities of Branchville Borough (42.5 students), Frankford Township (335 students), Lafayette Township (142.5 students), Sussex Borough (113.5 students) and Wantage Township (726.5 students), along with two non-resident student.[2][3]
Amedeo Obici: Amedeo Obici (July 15, 1877 – May 22, 1947) was an Italian-American businessman who founded the Planters Peanut Company.
St Malachy's High School, Antrim: St Malachy's High School is a former secondary school located in Antrim, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is within the North Eastern Education and Library Board area.
Santa Helena de Goiás: In 1934 Custódio Vêncio, from Minas Gerais, arrived in the region and bought a large area of land in the region of Buriti Alegre. He attracted other ranchers to the area and soon there was a settlement called Santa Helena. In 1941 the town began to be built with lots demarcated on land donated by Vêncio. In 1943 the name was changed to Ipeguari, meaning "happy field", in homage to the stream called Campo Alegre that flowed through the region. In 1948, when the city became a municipality, the name reverted to Santa Helena de Goiás by popular acclaim.
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