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Kotigobba 3

Kotigobba 3 is an upcoming Indian Kannada-language action film directed by Shiva Karthik. It features an ensemble cast including Sudeep, Madonna Sebastian, Shraddha Das, Aftab Shivdasani and P. Ravishankar in prominent roles. The film is a sequel ...

Stylus (disambiguation)

Stylus Magazine, online music and film magazine launched in 2002 The Stylus, would-be periodical owned and edited by Edgar Allan Poe

UBS (disambiguation)

UBS is Swiss investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Switzerland. UBS or Ubs may also refer to: UBS machine gun, a variant of the Berezin UB 12.7 mm 0.500 in machine gun United Building Society, the name of several financi ...

KOC

KOC is an abbreviation that can mean: Kodiak College, a college located in Kodiak, Alaska Korean Olympic Committee, represents South Korea in handling international affairs related to the Olympic Movement Kuwait Oil Company, one of the biggest oi ...

Phyllis Berman

Phyllis Ocean Berman is the founder of the Riverside Language Program in New York City for adult immigrants and refugees. Opening in 1979, she traveled from her home in West Mount Airy, Philadelphia via Amtrak to the school in New York City so th ...

Oh My God (G)I-dle song)

Oh My God is a song recorded by South Korean girl group I-dle as the lead single for their third extended play I Trust. It was released in both Korean and English through Cube Entertainment on April 6, 2020. The song was composed by Soyeon and lo ...

I Trust

I Trust is the third Korean extended play by South Korean girl group I-dle. It was released digitally on April 6, 2020 and physically on April 7, 2020 by Cube Entertainment. I Trust features 5 tracks including the pre-released single "Lion" and t ...

Abe

Abe Oddworld, primary protagonist in the Oddworld fictional universe Abe surname, a list of people and fictional characters with the surname Abe given name, a list of people and fictional characters with the given name or nickname Abe clan, a Jap ...

Silk Road (disambiguation)

Silk Road Rising, a theater company in downtown Chicago

Shift

Shift magazine, a former Canadian technology and culture magazine Shift MSNBC, an online live-streaming video network Shift sculpture, an outdoor sculpture by American artist Richard Serra located in King City, Ontario, Canada

VotVoti

The site was made at some point in 2019 as per TorrentFreak, and blocked from Google searches in December 2018. In January 2018, the site was identified as a Notorious Market by the U.S. Government, along with The Pirate Bay and other piracy site ...

Obviously 5 Believers

Obviously 5 Believers is a song by Bob Dylan. It was recorded at Columbia Music Row Studios, Nashville on 10 March 1966, and released as the last track of side three of his double album Blonde on Blonde on 20 June 1966.

Red 5

Red 5 may refer to: Red 5, the call-sign of the X-Wing fighter that Luke Skywalker pilots in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope as well as the call-sign of an X-Wing pilot killed during the final attack in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Red Five, ...

Five by Five (disambiguation)

Professor Cube, the 5x5x5 version of the Rubiks Cube Five-by-five basketball, an individual basketball performance in which a player has five in five categories

A Lot of Things Different (album)

A Lot of Things Different is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released on August 7, 2001 via TWI Records and Varese Sarabande. The album was Andersons 37th studio recording and his first to be released on ...

Studiestræde 10

Studiestræde 10 is a Neoclassical property in the Latin Quarter of Copenhagen, Denmark. The building was listed in the Danish registry of protected buildings and places in 1964.

Parallel Computers, Inc.

Parallel Computers, Inc. was an American computer manufacturing company, based in Santa Cruz, California, that made fault-tolerant computer systems based around the Unix operating system and various processors in the Motorola 68000 series. The co ...

Broken (TV series)

Broken is a 2019 American investigative documentary TV series on Netflix. The series was produced by Zero Point Zero Production. The series consist of four episodes – two of which were directed by Sarah Holm Johansen and two by Steve Rivo. The se ...

Its Okay to Not Be Okay

Its Okay to Not Be Okay is an upcoming South Korean romantic television series starring Kim Soo-hyun and Seo Ye-ji. It is set to premiere on tvN in June 2020 and will be streamed worldwide on Netflix.

The Circle (American season 1)

The first season of The Circle began on January 1, 2020, on Netflix, and concluded on January 15, 2020. This season was hosted by Michelle Buteau. Ahead of the season, it was announced that players would be competing against each other to become ...

Ben Platt: Live from Radio City Music Hall

Ben Platt: Live from Radio City Music Hall is an upcoming 2020 American concert film by actor/singer-songwriter Ben Platt. The film documents the final stop of his debut Sing to Me Instead Tour, in which the one-night-only event was recorded live ...

Nederlandsche Scheepsbouw Maatschappij

The Nederlandsche Scheepsbouw Maatschappij, was a Dutch shipbuilding company based in Amsterdam. It existed from 1894 to 1946. From c. 1908 it was the biggest Dutch shipbuilding company.

Sanjay Agarwal

Sanjay Agarwal is an Indian businessperson and founder of AU Small Finance Bank, where he is currently serving as the Managing Director & CEO. He was named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2018 in financial services.

Codification

Codification may refer to: Codification of Knowledge is mechanism for the creation of Explicit knowledge NATO Codification System, the official program under which equipment components and parts of the military supply systems are uniformly named, ...

L11

Coolpix L11, a model of digital camera manufactured by Nikon LSWR L11 Class, a model of steam locomotive manufactured by London and South Western Railway

Food Information and Control Agency

The Food Information and Control Agency is the Spanish Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food agency responsible for managing the information and control systems of the olericulture, dairy and other markets that the Ministry determines; th ...

CISM

CISM may be: Manhiça Health Research Centre CISM, which conducts biomedical research in priority health areas under a bilateral cooperation programme between the Governments of Mozambique and Spain Certified Information Security Manager, a securi ...

SINAP

Spanish: Sistema Nacional de Areas Protegidas National System of Protected Areas Nicaragua, the Nicaraguan national parks administrator National System of Protected Areas Colombia, the Colombian national parks administrator

NAO

HM Nautical Almanac Office, in the United Kingdom National Applications Office, a former program of the United States Department of Homeland Security Nautical Almanac Office, at the United States Naval Observatory Nautical Almanac Office disambig ...

Teesta Valley Tea Garden

Teesta Valley Tea Garden is a village in the Rangli Rangliot CD block in the Darjeeling Sadar subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the state of West Bengal, India.

Mission Organic Value Chain Development for North Eastern Region

Mission Organic Value Chain Development for North Eastern Region is Government of India’s organic scheme which aims at development of organic value chains in the North East region of India. The scheme is being implemented in all eight states of t ...

Ayyappan Sreekumar

Ayyappan Sreekumar is an Indian technology entrepreneur. He is the founder and chief executive officer of B4Creations, a Kerala-based IT firm that deals with branding, web designing, and social media marketing.

Longview Tea Garden

Longview Tea Company was incorporated in 1879. In earlier days, Longview Tea Garden was owned by such companies as James Warren and Company. Another source says that Longview Tea Estate was initially owned by a pioneering British tea planter C.G. ...

Miss India (film)

Miss India is an Indian Telugu-language romantic drama film written and directed by Narendra Nath. It stars Keerthy Suresh, Jagapathi Babu, Rajendra Prasad, Naveen Chandra, Kamal Kamaraju, Naresh, Nadhiya and Pujita Ponnada. The film has been pro ...

Full service

"Full Service", a song by the New Kids on the Block from their album The Block Full Service band, an Austin-based band Full Service book, a 2012 memoir by Scotty Bowers Full Service No Waiting, a 1998 album by Peter Case Full Service, a 2005 nove ...

Levels of service

Levels of service is a term in asset management referring to the quality of a given service. Defining and measuring levels of service is a key activity in developing infrastructure asset management plans. Levels of service may be tied to physical ...

Public service (disambiguation)

Public service is a service provided by a government to its citizens. Public service may also refer to: Public Broadcasting Service, a US public television network PBS Public Service, the system of governmental departments, agencies and employees ...

M19 expressway (Hungary)

The operation and maintenance of the road by Hungarian Public Road Nonprofit Pte Ltd Co. This activity is provided by this highway engineer. near Komarom M1, kilometre trench 85

M2 expressway (Hungary)

The M2 expressway is a toll highway in northern Hungary, connecting Budapest to Vac and Banska Bystrica. The first section of the highway opened in 1996. It follows the route of the old Route 2 one-lane highway. The total length of the motorway n ...

M25 expressway (Hungary)

The operation and maintenance of the road by Hungarian Public Road Nonprofit Pte Ltd Co. This activity is provided by this highway engineer. near Kal M3, kilometre trench 103

Stripe

Stripe, striped, or stripes may refer to: Stripe pattern, a line or band that differs in colour or tone from an adjacent surface. The terms may also refer to

Kickback

Kickback or The Kickback can refer to: Kickback gaming platform, an online gaming site Kickback, another term for recoil in a gun Kickback, a bidding convention in contract bridge; see Glossary of contract bridge terms#kickback Kickback bribery, ...

Gottlieb v. Tropicana Hotel & Casino

Gottlieb v. Tropicana Hotel & Casino, 109 F. Supp. 2d 324 was a decision by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, holding that participation in a promotional contest is sufficient consideration for a valid con ...

1914 Victorian soccer season

The 1914 Victorian soccer season was the sixth competitive season of soccer in the Australian state of Victoria, under association with the governing body of Football Victoria. The season consisted of two leagues, being Victorian Division 1 and V ...

Podnimis nad suyetoj!

Podnimis nad suyetoj! is the third studio album by Russian Soviet singer Alla Pugacheva released in 1980 by Melodiya.

ETCR

ETCR is a planned touring car series for electric cars. It was announced ahead of the 2018 Geneva Motor Show by TCR promoter WSC Ltd. As of December 2019, three manufacturers are lined up as entrancts SEAT performance brand CUPRA, Hyundai and Alf ...

Union of Sales and Marketing Professionals

The Union of Sales and Marketing Professionals is a trade union in Finland. It represents professionals working in sales, marketing, and purchasing. With its 20.000 members, MMA is one of the biggest affiliates of Akava, the Confederation of Unio ...

Marketing for Wario Land: Shake It!

The marketing for the 2008 Wii video game Wario Land: Shake It! featured multiple campaigns, the most notable being a YouTube video in which the titular protagonist Wario does various large-impact actions and collecting items, causing the surroun ...

NBA digital marketing

The National Basketball Association NBA is one of the fastest growing sports leagues in the United States. In 2017, NBA broadcast game ratings had increased by 32% since the previous season, the 2017 NBA Finals had 20.4 million total viewers with ...

Subaru WRX (VA)

The Subaru WRX is an all-wheel drive sport sedan manufactured by Subaru based off the Subaru Impreza created for the World Rally Championship by Subaru in 1992. Subaru adopted the name WRX stands for World Rally eXperimental. Since the 2015 model ...