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Earl of Wilmington
series of far-ranging reforms of the British Army made from 1906 to 1912, and named after the Secretary of State for War,
Postman pat cillage
Postman pat wife
used to refer to any act that is forbidden by Allah, and is one of five Islamic commandments (الأحكام الخمسة‎ (al-ahkam al-khamsah)) that define the morality of human action.
reference to the Islamic commandments, derived and understood from religious jurisprudence resources (Arabic: مَنَابِعُ الفِقْهِ‎). A law, value, ordinance or ruling of Shari'ah (Islamic law).
human understanding of the Sharia[2]—sharia expanded and developed by interpretation (ijtihad) of the Quran and Sunnah by Islamic jurists (Ulema)[2] and implemented by the rulings (Fatwa) of jurists on questions presented to them.
Mk cows by
Liz leyn
Rooney children
Kai and klay
Newcastle rugby nickname
British Labour politician, trades unionist and women's rights activist. She became the first female cabinet minister, and the first woman to be a privy counsellor, when she was appointed Minister of Labour in the Labour government of 1929-31.
Margaret bondfield
was an attempt to establish a power-sharing Northern Ireland Executive and a cross-border Council of Ireland. 1973
code name given to the British participation in the ongoing military intervention against ISIL.
was the first space station programme undertaken by the Soviet Union, which consisted of a series of four crewed scientific research space stations and two crewed military reconnaissance space stations over a period of 15 years from 1971 to 1986.
the first satellite of the United States, launched as part of its participation in the International Geophysical Year. The mission followed the first two satellites the previous year; the Soviet Union's Sputnik 1 and 2, beginning the Cold War Space Race between the two nations
Explorer 1
Nuclear subs uk where
three operating bases in the United Kingdom for the Royal Navy
Hmnb Clyde, devonport, Portsmouth
about the secret imaginary quasi-adult figures who are the unseen, unsung guardian angels for kids. Riley (voiced by Kaitlin Dyas) is an eleven-year-old girl who has had to leave behind all her friends in Minnesota when her parents move to San Francisco where her dad is precariously setting up as an entrepreneur. New Pixar
Inside out
Uk taekwondo female Olympic gold
Jade jones
Burundi's president,
Pierre nkurunziza
Body shop founder
Anita roddick
Kim Jong un aunt killed
Kim kyong hui
Ukip founder
Alan sked
There are things that are really disappointing about being an actress in Hollywood that surprise me all the time," she told the Wrap. "I'm 37 and I was told recently I was too old to play the lover of a man who was 55. It was astonishing to me. It made me feel bad, and then it made me feel angry, and then it made me laugh."
Maggie gylenhall
Iron maiden member likes planes
Bruce Dickinson
Royal Executioner of France during the reign of King Louis XVI and High Executioner of the First French Republic. He administered capital punishment in the city of Paris for over forty years, and by his own hand executed nearly 3,000 people, including the King himself.
Charles Henri sanson
first openly gay anchor to host a major prime-time news program in the United States.[7][8][9][10] She holds a doctorate in politics from Oxford Universit
Rachel maddow
economy is dominated by family-run conglomerates known as ??? that often appear to be above the law. South korea
Gold in heraldry
Silver in heraldry
Blue in heraldry
Red in heraldry
Black in heraldry
Certain patterns called furs can appear in a coat of arms, though they are (rather arbitrarily) defined as tinctures, not patterns. The two common furs are
Ermine and vair
Blockbuster 1983 somg
The sweet
Arafat head dress
Term for running to isis
Yin heraldry is a diamond-shaped charge (an object that can be placed on the field of the shield), usually somewhat narrower than it is tall
Vertical stripe heraldry
Horizontal stripe like Austria
an oblique band from the dexter chief (the bearer's upper right, viewer's upper left) to the opposite corner,
horizontal band right across the top of the shield
standing on the left hind foot) heraldry
walking, like the lions of the coat of arms of England.
A pair of wings conjoined is called
two or more coats of arms is to combine them in one shield, to express inheritance, claims to property, or the occupation of an office. This can be done in a number of ways, of which the simplest is impalement: dividing the field per pale and putting one whole coat in each half.
iris that is used as a decorative design or symbol. It may be "at one and the same time, religious, political, dynastic, artistic, emblematic, and symbolic", especially in French heraldry.
Fleur de lis
Ring in heraldry
heraldic charge depicting a stylized bird similar to a house martin or swallow, though missing feet
star with straight-sided rays is usually called a. Heraldry
Star with wavy rays heraldry
established in 1859.[5][6] The school was built on a radical new model of American higher education based on founders fundamental belief that an education "equal to the best technology schools [then] established"[7] should be accessible to those who qualify, independent of their race, religion, sex, wealth or social status, and should be "open and free to all"
Cooper Union
The Institute won international fame in 1996, when Ian Wilmut, Keith Campbell and their colleagues created Dolly the sheep, the first mammal to be cloned from an adult cell, at the institute.[
Dolly the sheep life span
Two countries largest sugar producers
Brazil india
Shaggy last name scooby doo
Yogi bear what show originally
Huckleberry hound show
American animated television series that originally aired from November 19, 1959, to June 27, 1964, on the ABC and NBC television networks. Produced by Jay Ward Productions, the series is structured as a variety show, with the main feature being the serialized adventures of the two title characters, the anthropomorphic moose and flying squirrel
Rocky and bullwinkle
Charlie Brown's blanket-toting best friend; Sally's love interest; the most insecure but the smartest out of all the characters, with the most intellectualism; a philosopher and theologian.
Linus van pelt
Hanna-Barbera cartoon about the adventures of a con-artist wolf who is always trying to cheat his way into the simple life. He is often accompanied alongside by his young, diminutive, sidekick Ding-A-Ling Wolf, both of whom are featured as part of The Huckleberry Hound Show in their own segment
Hokey wolf
died in a single-car accident on November 30, 2013, alongside friend Roger Rodas. Three of his films were released posthumously: Hours, Brick Mansions, and Furious 7, which was released on April 3, 2015 in the United States and the United Kingdom. The song "See You Again" by Wiz Khalifa from the Furious 7 soundtrack was a tribute to
Paul walker
Birth name Cameron Jibril Thomaz
Wiz khalifa
2007 American teen comedy film directed by Greg Mottola and starring Jonah Hill and Michael Cera. The film was written by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, who began working on the script when they were both 13 years old; they completed a draft by the time they were 15.[4] The film's main characters have the same given names as Rogen and Goldberg. It was also one of a string of hit films produced by Judd Apatow
he was ranked No. 1 on Entertainment Weekly's The 50 Smartest People in Hollywood.[4] He is considered a pioneer of the modern film genre bromantic comedy.
Judd apatow
The film stars Kevin Costner as "Crash" Davis, a veteran catcher brought in to teach rookie pitcher Ebby Calvin "Nuke" LaLoosh (Tim Robbins) about the game in preparation for reaching the Major Leagues. Baseball groupie Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon) romances Nuke but finds herself increasingly attracted to Crash. Also featured are Robert Wuhl and Trey Wilson, as well as popular baseball "clown" Max Patkin.
Bull durham
After platoon in oliver stone Vietnam Trilogy
Born on the Fourth of July, heaven and earth
1968 American war film set in Vietnam, featuring John Wayne, George Takei, David Janssen, Jim Hutton and Aldo Ray, nominally based on the eponymous 1965 book by Robin Moore. Pro saigon
Green berets
1997 American romantic comedy film directed by James L. Brooks and produced by Laura Ziskin. It stars Jack Nicholson as a misanthropic, homophobic, racist, obsessive-compulsive novelist, Helen Hunt as a single mother with a chronically ill son, and Greg Kinnear as a gay artist. The screenplay was written by Mark Andrus and James L. Brooks.
As good as it gets
he won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay as co-writer, with Edmund H. North, of Patton (1970).
Francis ford coppola
2005 British comedy film written by American playwright Martin Sherman and directed by Stephen Frears. It stars Judi Dench, Bob Hoskins, Kelly Reilly, and Pop Idol winner Will Young in his acting debut. A musical version of the film, starring Emma Williams and Janie Dee, will open at Theatre Royal, Bath in August 2015.[1]
Mrs Henderson presents
one of three men to win three acting Oscars (the other two being Jack Nicholson and Daniel Day-Lewis), having won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1936, 1938 and 1940.
Walter Brennan
was a Swiss-born German/Austrian actor. He was the first Oscar recipient and the only German actor ever honored with the Academy Award for Best Actor, at the 1929 ceremony.
Emil jannings
First best picture Oscar winner
1929, she was the first winner of the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performances in three films: 7th Heaven (1927), Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927) and Street Angel (1928). This was the only occasion on which an actress has won one Oscar for multiple film roles.
Janet gaynor
First Grammy album
Henry Mancini the music from Peter gunn
was seen weekly on television from 1949 to 1963, then continued hosting the Kraft Music Hall variety program monthly until 1967.[2][3][4] His television shows and seasonal specials were broadcast throughout the world.[5][6] Also a popular recording artist,
Perry como
Newton from which county
Indian physicist, born in the former Madras Province, whose ground breaking work in the field of light scattering earned him the 1930 Nobel Prize for Physics. He discovered that, when light traverses a transparent material, some of the deflected light changes in wavelength.
C v raman
demonstrating the effect of the Earth's rotation. He also made an early measurement of the speed of light, discovered eddy currents, and is credited with naming the gyroscope (although he did not invent it).
Jean Foucault
December 17, 1908 - September 8, 1980) was an American physical chemist noted for his role in the 1949 development of radiocarbon dating, a process which revolutionized archaeology. For his contributions to the team that developed this process, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1960
Willard Libby
eBay letter colour order
Red blue yellow green
Google letter colours
Blue red yellow blue green red
Olympic Rings colours
Blue yellow black green red
Neither a borrower nor a lender be Shakespeare play
song and charity single originally recorded by the supergroup USA for Africa in 1985. It was written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie, and produced by Quincy Jones and Michael Omartian
We are the world
Cluff ruchard born city
David granger president of where
Birth name Harold Lloyd Jenkins
Conway twitty
has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists of all time.[5] His certifications from the RIAA include 13 multi-platinum, 33 platinum, and 38 gold albums. His best-selling album is Pure Country (1992), which sold 6 million (6× platinum
George strait
Sang ernie milkman song
Bennie hill
Group leader Duane was killed in a motorcycle accident not long afterward, and the band completed Eat a Peach (1972) in his memory, a dual studio/live album that cemented the band's popularity. Following the death of bassist Berry Oakley later that year, the group recruited keyboardist Chuck Leavell and bassist Lamar Williams for 1973's Brothers and Sisters, which, combined with the hit single, "Ramblin' Man", placed the group at the forefront of 1970s rock music.
Allman brothers band
drummer Ginger Baker and bassist Jack Bruce,
were a blues rock band formed in the spring of 1970 by guitarist and singer Eric Clapton, keyboardist and singer Bobby Whitlock, bassist Carl Radle and drummer Jim Gordon. All four members had previously played together in Delaney & Bonnie and Friends, during and after Clapton's brief tenure with Blind Faith.
Derek and the dominos
Mark feld birth name
Marc bolan
fourth studio album by the English rock band The Who, a double album first released in May 1969. The album was mostly composed by guitarist Pete Townshend as a rock opera that tells the story about a deaf, dumb and blind boy, including his experiences with life and the relationship with his family.
Had albums the quick one, face dances, it's hard
The who
The who lead singer
Roger daltrey
The who lead guitar
Pete townshend
The who bassist
John entwistle
The who drummer
Keith moon
eleventh studio album by English rock band the Who released on 30 October 2006 in the UK through Polydor Records and the following day in the US by Universal Republic. It was their first new album of original material in 24 years following the release of It's Hard in 1982.
Endless wire
First who album
My generation
The story follows a young mod named Jimmy and his search for self-worth and importance, set in London and Brighton in 1965. It is the only Who album to be entirely composed by group leader Pete Townshend.
Birth name graham mcpherson
Members Ken KnoxThomas HunterPast members General Johnson (deceased)Eddie CustisHarrison KennedyDanny WoodsDarryl JohnsonRichard (Riche Rich) Figueroa
Chairmen of the board
born June 25, 1945) is an American singer-songwriter, musician and children's author. She first rose to fame in the 1970s with a string of hit records; her 13 Top 40 U.S. hits include "Anticipation" (No. 13), "You Belong To Me" (No. 6), "Coming Around Again" (No. 18), and her four Gold certified singles "Jesse" (No. 11), "Mockingbird" (No. 5), a duet with James Taylor, "You're So Vain" (No. 1), and "Nobody Does It Better" (No. 2) from the 1977 James Bond film, The Spy Who Loved Me
Carly simon
achieved his breakthrough in 1970 with the No. 3 single "Fire and Rain" and had his first No. 1 hit the following year with "You've Got a Friend", a recording of Carole King's classic song. His 1976 Greatest Hits album was certified Diamond and has sold 12 million US copies married to Carly simon
James taylor
19 May 1938, in Isleworth, Middlesex) is an English musician specialising in bass guitar, double-bass and tuba. He is noted as a member of Blue Mink, T. Rex and Sky and as one of Britain's best-known session bass-players, having contributed to recordings by Elton John (Tumbleweed Connection etc.), David Bowie (Space Oddity/Diamond Dogs), Lou Reed (Transformer including the prominent bass line of "Walk on the Wild Side"), Roy Harper, David Essex, Allan Clarke, Al Kooper, Harry Nilsson (including bass on "Jump into the Fire"), Cat Stevens, Serge Gainsbourg, Paul McCartney and George Harrison: he also played bass on Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds.
Herbie flowers
English art rock band from Stockport who achieved their greatest commercial success in the 1970s. The band initially consisted of four musicians—Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley, and Lol Creme
Band previously called hotlegs
American alternative rock band from Sacramento, California. Consisting of singer John McCrea, trumpeter Vince DiFiore, guitarist Xan McCurdy, bassist Gabe Nelson and drummer Paulo Baldi, the band has been noted for McCrea's sarcastic lyrics and deadpan voice, DiFiore's trumpet parts, and their wide-ranging musical influences, including country music, Mariachi, rock, funk, Iranian folk music and hip hop. Albums motorcade of generosity, fashion nugget, prolonging the magic
Queen bassist
John deacon
Third member of wings with Paul and linda
Denny laine
Current Dalai Lama
Tenzin gyatso
April 24, 1904 - March 19, 1997) was a Dutch American abstract expressionist artist who was born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.[3]
Willem de kooning
English rock band from Bradford, Yorkshire. The band found success at home as well as the rest of the world after teaming up with Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn. Along the way they have had a number of line-up changes and were still actively touring in 2012. Their most famous hit singles include "If You Think You Know How to Love Me", "Don't Play Your Rock 'n' Roll to Me", "Lay Back in the Arms of Someone". Their most popular hit single, "Living Next Door to Alice", peaked at No. 5 on the UK Singles Chart[1] and, in March 1977, reached No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100.
James brown 1970s backing band
The jbs
American rhythm and blues vocal group founded in Toccoa, Georgia, in 1953 by Bobby Byrd. James Brown began his career as a member
Famous flames
Bowie album john Lennon featured
Young Americans

song recorded by Elvis Presley. Recorded in October 1976, it was his last single released before his death on August 16, 1977. The song was written by Layng Martine, Jr. and was later covered by Status Quo and Cliffhanger.

Way down

The film, named after the song, stars Richard Egan, Debra Paget, and finally Elvis Presley in his acting debut. It is in the Western genre with musical numbers. As Presley's movie debut, it was the only time in his acting career that he did not receive top billing
Love me tender
song recorded by American singer Elvis Presley. It was released as a single on January 27, 1956, Presley's first on his new record label RCA Victor.
Heartbreak hotel
Australian rock band active from 1965 to 1968, before a brief sojourn in the United Kingdom. The group's most famous hit was "In a Broken Dream", featuring Rod Stewart as guest vocalist.
Python lee Jackson
female vocal trio that provided backing vocals for American R&B/soul singer Barry White on his albums and concert tours. They also found success with their own recordings.
Love unlimited
He had several hit records between the 1960s and 1980s, the most successful being the Top 10 hits "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted" and "Hold On (To My Love)". Died November 2014
Jimmy ruffin
born July 4, 1938) is an American singer-songwriter and musician who performed and recorded from 1970 until 1985.[1] He recorded a number of major hits, including "Lean on Me", "Ain't No Sunshine", "Use Me", "Just the Two of Us", "Lovely Day", and "Grandma's Hands"
Bill withers
The group's most successful period was in the late 1970s and early 1980s when Lionel Richie was co-lead singer. The band's biggest hit singles are ballads such as "Easy", "Three Times a Lady", and "Nightshift"; and funky dance hits which include "Brick House", "Fancy Dancer", "Lady (You Bring Me Up)", and "Too Hot ta Trot"
1978 film directed by Robert Klane and produced by Motown Productions and Casablanca Filmworks for Columbia Pictures (whose torch-holding mascot, in a specially produced logo, dances to disco music before the opening credits). Produced at the height of the disco craze, the film features The Commodores performing "Too Hot to Trot," and Donna Summer performing "Last Dance" which won the Academy Award for Best Song in 1978. The film features an early performance by Jeff Goldblum and the first major screen appearance by Debra Winger.
Thank God it's Friday
Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons
Chemical brothers
Richard Bransons nephew Abel smith
Ned rocknroll
sweet, dark red liqueur made from blackcurrants.
Kir made of
Creme de cassis, white wine
American multinational manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer foods sold through retail stores. It is headquartered in the Minneapolis suburb of Golden Valley, Minnesota. The company markets many well-known North American brands, such as Betty Crocker, Yoplait, Colombo, Totino's, Pillsbury, Green Giant, Old El Paso, Häagen-Dazs, Cheerios, Trix, Cocoa Puffs and Lucky Charms
General mills
anise-flavored spirit and apéritif from France, typically containing up to 100 g/l sugar and 40-45% ABV (alcohol by volume),
sausage produced in Switzerland, France (especially Alsace and Lyon) and parts of Germany. The recipe and preparation of the sausage vary regionally.
sausage made with uncooked lamb, beef, or a mixture stuffed into a lamb-intestine casing. It is heavily spiced with cumin and chili pepper or Harissa (which gives it its characteristic piquancy and red color) as well as other spices such as sumac, fennel, and garlic. North African
traditional Australian soda bread prepared by swagmen, drovers, stockmen and other travellers. It consists of a wheat flour based bread, traditionally baked in the coals of a campfire.
its production methods must meet certain legal requirements. In particular, it must be made from specified grapes (see below), of which Ugni blanc, known locally as Saint-Emilion, is the one most widely used.[2] The brandy must be twice distilled in copper pot stills and aged at least two years in French oak barrels from Limousin or Tronçais.
Gascony, southwest France. It is distilled from wine usually made from a blend of grapes including Baco 22A, Colombard, Folle blanche and Ugni blanc, traditionally using column stills rather than the pot stills

sweet pudding of Cape Dutch origin. It contains apricot jam and has a spongy caramelized texture. A cream sauce is often poured over it while it is hot, and it is usually served hot with custard and/or ice-cream. Many South African restaurants offer it.


Grinzola cheese from where
coarse, purified wheat middlings of durum wheat used in making pasta, breakfast cereals, puddings, and couscous.[
refers to beef from the Tajima strain of wagyu cattle, raised in Japan's Hyogo Prefecture according to rules as set out by the Kobe Beef Marketing & Distribution Promotion Association.[1] The meat is a delicacy renowned for its flavour, tenderness, and fatty, well-marbled texture.
Belgian specialty, a sauce consisting of mayonnaise, tomato paste, and peppers (such as pimientos or (roasted) bell pepper)[1][2][3][4] typically served with french fries. Some recipes use velouté[5] or espagnole sauce instead of mayonnaise
Sauce andalouse
October 1846 - 12 February 1935) was a French chef, restaurateur and culinary writer who popularized and updated traditional French cooking methods. He is a legendary figure among chefs and gourmets, and was one of the most important leaders in the development of modern French cuisine.
Georges escoffier
fortified brown veal stock sauce, thickened with a brown roux.
light stock-basedsauce, thickened with a roux or a liaison, a mixture of egg yolks and cream.
Five mother sauces
Bechamel espagnole Veloute hollandaise tomate
made from a roux (butter and flour) and milk.

Béchamel sauce with shredded or grated cheese added. Usually, it consists of half Gruyère and half Parmesan cheese, though some variations use different combinations of Gruyère, Emmental cheese, or white Cheddar.[1]


food made from gluten, the main protein of wheat. It is made by washing wheat flour dough with water until all the starch granules have been removed, leaving the sticky insoluble gluten as an elastic mass which is then cooked before being eaten
consists of 3 parts oil and 1 part vinegar mixed into a stable emulsion,
which is now divided among modern-day Belgium, Germany, and Netherlands. The cheese is especially known for its pungent odor caused by the bacteria Brevibacterium linens, which is partially responsible for body odor and particularly smelly feet.
Ethiopian and Eritrean stew or curry that may be prepared with chicken, beef, lamb, a variety of vegetables, spice mixtures such as berbere, and niter kibbeh, a seasoned clarified butter.
Official language Tigrinya
Sardines also known as
Sardines family
Had hit matchstick men and matchstick cats and dogs 1978
Brian and Michael
acquired particular fame for his classic muckraking novel, The Jungle, which exposed conditions in the U.S. meat packing industry, causing a public uproar that contributed in part to the passage a few months later of the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat Inspection Act.[1] In 1919, he published The Brass Check, a muckraking exposé of American journalism that publicized the issue of yellow journalism and the limitations of the "free press" in the United States.
Upton Sinclair
former Arkansas state employee who sued U.S. President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment. Clinton entered into an out-of-court settlement,
Paula Jones
Dead Sea scrOlls what caves
14 August 1777 - 9 March 1851) was a Danish physicist and chemist who discovered that electric currents create magnetic fields, an important aspect of electromagnetism
Hans oersted
unit of the auxiliary magnetic field H in the CGS system of units. It is identical to Dyne/Maxwell.
Discovered photovoltaic effect
Edmund becquerel
Niels Bohr son won Nobel prize
December 19, 1875 - August 4, 1948) was a Serbian physicist. She was the only woman among Albert Einstein's fellow students at the Zurich Polytechnic. They developed a relationship and had a daughter before their marriage, Lieserl, who either died young or was given up for adoption. After their marriage in 1903, they had two sons, Hans Albert and Eduard
Mileva maric
August 26, 1906 Białystok - March 3, 1993) was a Jewish-American (also Polish-American) medical researcher best known for having developed an oral polio vaccine.
Albert sabin
Us attorney general
Loretta lynch
first black footballer to play in the FA Cup final
Albert johanneson
30 November 1869 - 9 December 1937) was a Swedish Nobel Laureate and industrialist, the founder of the AGA company and inventor of the AGA cooker and the light. In 1912 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his "invention of automatic regulators for use in conjunction with gas accumulators for illuminating lighthouses and buoys
Nils Gustaf dalen
22 December 1887 - 26 April 1920) was an Indian mathematician and autodidact who, with almost no formal training in pure mathematics, made extraordinary contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series, and continued fractions.
Srinivasa ramanujan
known as the Hardy-Ramanujan number after a famous anecdote of the British mathematician G. H. Hardy regarding a visit to the hospital to see Ramanujan
1866-1910), has erroneously been identified as the inventor of the paper clip. He was granted patents in Germany[12] and in the United States[13] (1901) for a paper clip of similar design, but less functional and practical, because it lacked the last turn of the wire.
Johan vaaler
regarded as the inventor of the safety pin that bears resemblance to those used today.
Walter hunt
discovered on December 17, 1938 by German Otto Hahn and his assistant Fritz Strassmann, and explained theoretically in January 1939 by Lise Meitner and her nephew Otto Robert Frisch.
Nuclear fission
theoretical physicist who originated quantum theory,
Quark flavours
Up down strange charm top bottom
Quark physicists proposed
Murray gell-Mann, George zweig
Quark from what book
Finnegans wake James Joyce
best known for the expression "survival of the fittest", which he coined in Principles of Biology (1864)
Herbert spencer
Balthazar - Portia's servant, who Portia later disguises herself as play
Merchant of venice
Merchant of Venice name
has written such hit musicals as Godspell (1971), Pippin (1972) and Wicked (2003). He has contributed lyrics for a number of successful films, including Pocahontas (1995), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), The Prince of Egypt (1998; music and lyrics) and Enchanted (2007).
Stephen schwartz
He began writing his own plays beginning with Come Blow Your Horn (1961), which took him three years to complete and ran for 678 performances on Broadway. It was followed by two more successful plays, Barefoot in the Park (1963) and The Odd Couple (1965), for which he won a Tony Award, making him a national celebrity and "the hottest new playwright on Broadway." And lost in yonkers
Neil Simon
best known for her romantic comedies and was nominated three times for the Academy Award for Best Writing: for Silkwood, When Harry Met Sally..., and Sleepless in Seattle. She won a BAFTA Award for Best Original Screenplay for When Harry Met Sally... Posthumous tony for lucky guy
Nora ephron
He was one of England's most popular mid twentieth century dramatists. His plays are typically set in an upper-middle-class background.[1] He is known for such works as The Winslow Boy (1946), The Browning Version (1948), The Deep Blue Sea (1952)
Terence rattigan
represented Candice Bergen, Peter Bogdanovich, Michael Caine, Dyan Cannon, Cher, Joan Collins, Brian De Palma, Faye Dunaway, Bob Fosse, Gene Hackman, Sidney Lumet, Ali MacGraw, Steve McQueen, Mike Nichols, Nick Nolte, Tatum O'Neal, Ryan O'Neal, Burt Reynolds, Cybill Shepherd, Barbra Streisand, Gore Vidal, and Tuesday Weld, among others.[6] She retired from International Creative Management (ICM) in 1986 and came back for a brief stint at the William Morris Agency from 1988-90.
Sue mengers
has won a Pulitzer Prize and received Tony nominations for Glengarry Glen Ross (1984) and Speed-the-Plow (1988). As a screenwriter, he has received Oscar nominations for The Verdict (1982) and Wag the Dog (1997
David Mamet
January 16, 1908 - February 15, 1984) was an American actress and singer.[1] Known primarily for her belting voice and roles in musical theatre, she has been called "the undisputed First Lady of the musical comedy stage."[ theme song there's no business like show business
Ethel merman
English-American screenwriter, composer, musician, director, actor, and comedian who holds dual British and American citizenship. He is most widely known in Hollywood for having written, directed and starred in several improvisational "mockumentary" films featuring an ensemble cast. This series of films began with This Is Spinal Tap (directed by Rob Reiner), and continued with Waiting for Guffman, Best In Show, A Mighty Wind, and For Your Consideration.
Christopher guest
musical with the book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Edwin Lee and music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Originally titled My Best Girl, it is based on the 1955 novel by Patrick Dennis and a 1956 Broadway play, by Lawrence and Lee, that starred Rosalind Russell. Set in New York and spanning the Great Depression and World War II,
musical contains many songs that became popular standards, including "Everything's Coming up Roses", "Together (Wherever We Go)", "Small World", "Some People", "Let Me Entertain You", "All I Need Is the Girl", and "Rose's Turn"
26 November 1909 - 28 March 1994) was a Romanian playwright who wrote mostly in French, and one of the foremost figures of the French Avant-garde theatre
Eugene Ionesco
also called tabinet (or tabbinet), is a strong fabric in a plain weave of any fiber or blend, with crosswise ribs that typically gives a corded surface.
traditional Hawaiian party or feast that is usually accompanied by entertainment. It may feature food such as poi, kalua pig, poke, lomi salmon, opihi, haupia and beer, and entertainment such as traditional Hawaiian music and hula
Hawaiian word for the primary Polynesian staple food made from the underground plant stem or corm of the taro plant (known in Hawaiian as kalo). It is a traditional part of Native Hawaiian cuisine.
reference to Catherine Bach's character of that name from the American television show cut off shorts
Daisy dukes
American television series that aired on the CBS television network from January 26, 1979 to February 8, 1985. The series was inspired by the 1975 film Moonrunners, which was also created by Gy Waldron and had many identical or similar character names and concepts.
Dukes of hazzard
are flat and thonged Japanese sandals made of rice straw or other plant fibers, cloth, lacquered wood, leather, rubber, or—increasingly—synthetic material
item of clothing, originally the knee-breeches commonly worn by gentlemen of the European upper-classes from the late Middle Ages or Renaissance through the early nineteenth century. This style of tight trousers ending just below the knee was first popularized in France during the reign of Henry III (1574-1589. French revolutionaries known as not having them
long or three-quarter pants, and clam diggers) are mid-calf pants worn by women in warm weather. Variants end below the knee and calf. Widely popular with women, in many countries, especially in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
Capri pants
long flat garment used by women mostly in Mexico. It can be worn in various ways, usually folded or wrapped around the head and/or upper body to shade from the sun, provide warmth and as an accessory to an outfit. It is also used to carry babies and large bundles, especially among indigenous women
April 1914 - Mexico City, Mexico 8 April 2002) was a Mexican film actress. She is considered one of the most important female figures of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. She was also considered one of the most beautiful film actresses of her time, and one of the greatest erotic myths of Spanish-language cinema. Along with Pedro Armendáriz and Dolores del Río, she is one of the most important figures of Latin American cinema of the 1940s and 1950s.
Maria felix
August 3, 1905 - Newport Beach, California April 11, 1983), was a Mexican actress of cinema, theater and television. She was a Hollywood star in the 1920s and 1930s, and was one of the most important female figures of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema in the 1940s and 1950s. She was the first Latin American female star to be recognized internationally
Dolores del rio
headdress in the shape of a cone or "steeple", or truncated cone worn in the late Middle Ages by European women of the nobility.[1] They were most common in Burgundy and France, but also elsewhere, especially at the English courts,[2] and in Northern Europe, Hungary and Poland.
Twitter founded year
River going through bremen
created the statistical concept of correlation and widely promoted regression toward the mean. He was the first to apply statistical methods to the study of human differences and inheritance of intelligence, and introduced the use of questionnaires and surveys for collecting data on human communities, which he needed for genealogical and biographical works and for his anthropometric studies. He was a pioneer in eugenics, coining the term itself[3] and the phrase "nature versus nurture".[4] His book Hereditary Genius (1869) was the first social scientific attempt to study genius and greatness
Francis galton
River through wroclaw
opera William Tell
Invented scrabble
Alfred mosher butts
Publicised scrabble
James brunot
expressed by the use of abū or umm in a genitive construction, i.e. "father of" or "mother of" as an honorific in place of or alongside given names in the Arab world and the Islamic world more generally.[2]
plain-woven textile made from unbleached, and often not fully processed, cotton. It may contain unseparated husk parts, for example. The fabric is less coarse and thick than canvas or denim, but owing to its unfinished and undyed appearance, it is still very cheap. Named after Indian city
autobiographical work by Edward Abbey (1927-89), published originally in 1968. His fourth book and his first book-length non-fiction work, it followed three fictional books, Jonathan Troy, The Brave Cowboy, and Fire on the Mountain. Although it initially garnered little attention, it would eventually be recognized as an iconic work of nature writing and a staple of early environmentalist writing, and brought Abbey critical acclaim and popularity as a writer of environmental, political, and philosophical issues.
Desert solitaire
January 11, 1887 - April 21, 1948) was an American author, scientist, ecologist, forester, conservationist, and environmentalist. He was a professor at the University of Wisconsin and is best known for his book A Sand County Almanac (1949), which has sold more than two million copies
Aldo leopold
River goes into port Jackson Sydney
was a concert tour and travelling music festival, founded by Canadian musician Sarah McLachlan, Nettwerk Music Group's Dan Fraser and Terry McBride, and New York talent agent Marty Diamond. It took place during the summers of 1997 to 1999, and was revived in the summer of 2010. It consisted solely of female solo artists and female-led bands.
Lilith fair
Dad's army corporal Jones first name
Wrote dads army
Jimmy Perry and David croft
The organization was founded in Belgrade in 1961, and was largely conceived by India's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru; Burma's first Prime Minister U Nu; Indonesia's first president, Sukarno; Egypt's second president, Gamal Abdel Nasser; Ghana's first president Kwame Nkrumah; and Yugoslavia's president, Josip Broz Tito. All six leaders were prominent advocates of a middle course for states in the Developing World between the Western and Eastern Blocs in the Cold War
Non aligned movement
Marilyn Monroe husbands
James Dougherty, joe DiMaggio, arthur miller
Marilyn Monroe first film
Don't bother to knock
was the first song to be pressed on CD, a brand new format at the time.
Brothers in arms by dire straits
Mississippi headwaters state
Created Garfield
Jim Davis
Maputo previous name
Lourenco marques
joined its Anglophone neighbours in the Commonwealth of Nations. At the time it was the only nation to have joined the Commonwealth that was never part of the British Empire
politician, farmer and fighter pilot who served as Prime Minister of Rhodesia (or Southern Rhodesia) from 1964 to 1979.[
Ian smith
precipitated the Thirty Years' War.
Defenestration of prague
Supposedly said maxwell house slogan good to the last drop
Theodore roosevelt
1985 film starring Kevin Costner, David Marshall Grant, Rae Dawn Chong, Alexandra Paul and Janice Rule about bicycle racing.
American flyers
Cat scan stands for
Computerised axial tomography
1994 New Zealand drama film directed by Peter Jackson, from a screenplay he co-wrote with his partner, Fran Walsh, about the notorious 1954 Parker-Hulme murder case in Christchurch, New Zealand. The film features Melanie Lynskey and Kate Winslet in their screen debuts with supporting roles by Sarah Peirse, Diana Kent, Clive Merrison, and Simon O'Connor. The main premise deals with the obsessive relationship between two teenage girls, Pauline Parker and Juliet Hulme, who murder Parker's mother.
Heavenly creatures
persons include Tȟatȟáŋka Íyotake (Sitting Bull) from the Húnkpapȟa band; Touch the Clouds from the Miniconjou band; and, Tȟašúŋke Witkó (Crazy Horse), Maȟpíya Lúta (Red Cloud), Heȟáka Sápa (Black Elk), Siŋté Glešká (Spotted Tail), and Billy Mills from the Oglala band.
in Arabic Jubayl (Arabic: جبيل‎ Lebanese Arabic pronunciation: [ʒbejl]), is a Mediterranean city in the Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon. It is believed to have been occupied first between 8800 and 7000 BC,[1] and according to fragments attributed to the semi-legendary pre-Homeric Phoenician priest Sanchuniathon, it was built by Cronus as the first city in Phoenicia.[2] It is one of the cities suggested as the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world and the site has been continuously inhabited since 5000 BC.[3] It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
highest mountain in Tajikistan and in the former Russian Empire and later in the Soviet Union,
Ismail somoni peak
known to its inhabitants as Ērānshahr[1] and Ērān in Middle Persian,[a] was the last Iranian empire before the rise of Islam 224-651 ad
large rigid or at least stiff neck ring in metal, made either as a single piece or from strands twisted together. The great majority are open at the front, although some had hook and ring closures and a few mortice and tenon locking catches to close them. Many seem designed for near-permanent wear and would have been difficult to remove.
another name for the legendary city of Troy
was a pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt who ruled for 17 years and died perhaps in 1336 BC or 1334 BC. He is especially noted for abandoning traditional Egyptian polytheism and introducing worship , which is sometimes described as monotheistic or henotheistic.
Directed broke back mountain
Ang lee
Uses alias roderick jaynes in films
Coen brothers
official pseudonym used by film directors who wish to disown a project, coined in 1968. Until its use was formally discontinued in 2000,[
Alan smithee
First black best actor winner and what film
Poitier lilies of the field
born March 24, 1940)[1][2] is an American fashion designer, best known for his dressing of entertainment icons such as Carol Burnett, Cher, RuPaul, Barbara Eden, Bette Midler, Diana Ross, Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli, Tina Turner, Joan Rivers and Mitzi Gaynor. He was the costume designer for Carol Burnett on The Carol Burnett Show during its entire 11-year run and designed the costumes for its spinoff, Mama's Family, and for the 1993 television adaptation of Gypsy.
Bob mackie
In 1968 he won the Academy Award for Best Director for the film The Graduate. His other films include Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Catch-22, Carnal Knowledge, Silkwood, Working Girl, The Birdcage, Closer, Charlie Wilson's War (his final picture), and the TV mini-series Angels in America. He also staged the original theatrical productions of The Apple Tree, Barefoot in the Park, Luv, The Odd Couple and Spamalot.
Mike nichols
20 February 1912 - 30 January 1994) was a French novelist best known for two works, The Bridge over the River Kwai (1952) and Planet of the Apes (1963), that were both made into award-winning films.
Pierre boulle
Allen co-stars as a twice-divorced 42-year-old comedy writer who dates a 17-year-old girl (Mariel Hemingway) but falls in love with his best friend's (Michael Murphy) mistress (Diane Keaton). Meryl Streep and Anne Byrne also star. Isaac Davis
1961 Walt Disney Christmas musical film in Technicolor, directed by Jack Donohue, and distributed to theatres by Buena Vista Distribution. It stars Ray Bolger as Barnaby, Annette Funicello as Mary Contrary, Tommy Sands as Tom Piper,
Babes in toyland
Furthest East great lake
largest lake entirely within the boundaries of the Canadian province of Ontario (since four of the five Great Lakes are split between the U.S. and Canada). It is sometimes described as the sixth Great Lake.
destined to be a composer's last; i.e. that the composer will be "fated" to die after writing it,
Curse of the 9th
Father of the String Quartet.[2]
Haydn worked for what noble family
1949 American drama film directed by William Wyler and starring Olivia de Havilland as Catherine Sloper, Montgomery Clift as Morris Townsend, and Ralph Richardson as Dr. Sloper. Written by Ruth and Augustus Goetz, adapted from their 1947 play. The play was suggested by the 1880 novel Washington Square by Henry James. The film is about a young naive woman who falls in love with a handsome young man, despite the objections of her emotionally abusive father who suspects the man of being a fortune hunter.[
The heiress
October 20, 1874 - May 19, 1954) was an American modernist[1] composer. He is one of the first American composers of international renown,[2] though his music was largely ignored during his life, and many of his works went unperformed for many years. Over time, he came to be regarded as an "American original".[3][dubious ] combined the American popular and church-music traditions of his youth with European art music, and was among the first composers to engage in a systematic program of experimental music, with musical techniques including polytonality, polyrhythm, tone clusters, aleatoric elements, and quarter tones,[4] foreshadowing many musical innovations of the 20th century.
Charles ives
French Romantic composer, best known for his compositions Symphonie fantastique and Grande messe des morts (Requiem).
Hector berlioz
became an overnight success with his 1979 hit "Is She Really Going Out with Him?", his first single, and after a number of new wave singles moved to a more jazz-inflected pop music; he had a Top 10 hit in 1982 with "Steppin' Out", and another hit in 1984 with "You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want)". He has also composed classical music.
Joe jackson
French composer, best known for his Ave Maria, based on a work by Bach, as well as his opera Faust.
Charles gounod
operas Der Freischütz, Euryanthe and Oberon greatly influenced the development of the Romantische Oper (Romantic opera) in Germany. Der Freischütz came to be regarded as the first German "nationalist" opera, Euryanthe developed the Leitmotif technique to an unprecedented degree, while Oberon may have influenced Mendelssohn's music for A Midsummer Night's Dream
Carl von weber
November 1759 - 9 May 1805) was a German poet, philosopher, historian, and playwright. During the last seventeen years of his life (1788-1805), struck up a productive, if complicated, friendship with already famous and influential Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. They frequently discussed issues concerning aesthetics
Johann schiller
also known as the Classic of Changes or Book of Changes in English, is an ancient divination text and the oldest of the Chinese classics
I ching
legendary Arabic queen and the storyteller of One Thousand and One Nights.
Photographed Kim kardashian broke Internet
Jean Paul goude
From 2009 to 2015, she starred as Leslie Knope in the sitcom Parks and Recreation, for which she received five consecutive Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series nominations and three consecutive Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Musical or Comedy Series nominations, with one win in 2014
Amy poehler
Apple address
Number 1 infinite loop, Cupertino
George h w bush stands for
Herbert walker
George w bush stands for
George w bush memoir
Decision points
July 11, 1927 - May 5, 2007) was an American engineer and physicist credited with the invention of the first working laser
Ted maiman
born January 3, 1929) is an American businessman, co-founder and Chairman Emeritus of Intel Corporation
Gordon Moore
October 22, 1905 - February 14, 1950) was an American physicist and radio engineer who in August 1931 first discovered radio waves emanating from the Milky Way. He is considered one of the founding figures of radio astronomy.[1]
Karl jansky
The dam is the second largest operating hydroelectric facility in terms of annual energy generation, generating 98.6 in 2013 and 87.8 TWh in 2014, while the annual energy generation of the Three Gorges Dam was 83.7 TWh in 2013 and 98.8 TWh in 2014.[
28 June 1873 - 5 November 1944) was a French surgeon and biologist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1912 for pioneering vascular suturing techniques. He invented the first perfusion pump with Charles A. Lindbergh opening the way to organ transplantation. Like many intellectuals before World War II he promoted eugenics.
Alexis carrel
was an ancient Greek astronomer and mathematician who presented the first known model that placed the Sun at the center of the known universe with the Earth revolving around it (see Solar system).
Aristarchus of samos
September 1853 - 21 February 1926) was a Dutch physicist and Nobel laureate. He exploited the Hampson-Linde cycle to investigate how materials behave when cooled to nearly absolute zero and later to liquefy helium for the first time. His production of extreme cryogenic temperatures led to his discovery of superconductivity in 1911: for certain materials, electrical resistance abruptly vanishes at very low temperatures.[1]
Heike onnes
April 19, 1877 - July 12, 1934) was a Norwegian-American inventor, known for the invention of the first outboard motor with practical commercial application.[1][2]
Ole evinrude
Invented bifocal lens
Benjamin franklin
Physicist played bongo drums on textbook
Richard feynman
January 6, 1915 - September 30, 2001) was a American physician, neuroscientist, psychoanalyst, psychonaut, philosopher, writer and inventor. He was a researcher of the nature of consciousness using mainly isolation tanks,[1] dolphin communication, and psychedelic drugs, sometimes in combination.
John lilly
October 10, 1916 - August 22, 2001) was a Belgian-French scientist, explorer, researcher, and a writer probably best known as "the father of cryptozoology".[1] His 1958 book On the Track of Unknown Animals (originally published in French in 1955 as Sur la Piste des Bêtes Ignorées) is often regarded as one of the best and most influential cryptozoological works.
Bernard heuvelmans
December 19, 1905 - February 24, 2015) was an American businessman and investor. He was the oldest living active investment professional.[1] He was an early disciple of Benjamin Graham, the creator of the value investing methodology. Had three sisters also over 100
Irving kahn
His most notable achievement was to formulate the classical theory of electromagnetic radiation, bringing together for the first time electricity, magnetism, and light as manifestations of the same phenomenon.
James clerk maxwell
November 20, 1848 - January 22, 1915) was an American inventor, salesman and janitor who invented the first commercially successful portable electric vacuum cleaner that revolutionized household carpet cleaning. His device was not the first vacuum cleaner. However, device was the first that was practical for home use. It was the first to use both a cloth filter bag and cleaning attachments.
James spangler
May 17, 1940) is an American computer scientist. He has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Royal Society of Arts.[1] He is best known for his pioneering work on object-oriented programming and windowing graphical user interface design. Inventing controlling future quote
Alan kay
became world-famous after the Wright brothers made the first controlled powered airplane flights at the Kill Devil Hills, four miles (6 km) south of the town, on December 17, 1903
Kitty hawk, North carolina
Wright brothers lived in what state
Marconi first name
Transatlantic radio message Marconi
Letter s
8 November 1823, Saint-Quentin-la-Poterie, France—13 March 1906, Paris) was a French gardener and one of the principal inventors of reinforced concrete
Joseph monier
October 24, 1632 - August 26, 1723) was a Dutch tradesman and scientist. He is commonly known as "the Father of Microbiology", and considered to be the first microbiologist.
Anthony van Leeuwenhoek
22 May 1783 - 4 December 1850) was an English physicist and inventor who made the first electromagnets, and invented the first practical English electric motor.
William sturgeon
discovered benzene, investigated the clathrate hydrate of chlorine, invented an early form of the Bunsen burner and the system of oxidation numbers
Michael faraday
youngest ever Nobel Laureate in physics, having received the award at the age of 25 years.[ won with his father
William bragg
Youngest Nobel laurete
Malala youssafzai
Won Nobel peace prize with malala
Kailash satyarthi
considered the first man-made plastic. The plastic material was patented by, In Birmingham, UK in 1856.[9] It was unveiled at the 1862 Great International Exhibition in London.[
any of three subtype of white blood cell in a vertebrate's immune system.
Types of lymphocyte
B cells, T cells, natural killer cells
released his first EP, Inside Wants Out. His following two full-length albums—Room for Squares (2001) and Heavier Things (2003)—did well commercially, achieving multi-platinum status. In 2003, he won the Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for the single "Your Body Is a Wonderland."
John mayer
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Alveolar ridge
Eye teeth
Upper cuspids
American actress. She is most known for her roles in the TV series Friday Night Lights (2006), Parenthood (2010), and Charlie's Angels (2011). She is also known for her role in The Roommate (2011). She appeared in the 2013 film The Butler as Jackie Kennedy, and in the Fox TV series Almost Human.
Minka kelly
He is the Yankees' all-time career leader in hits (3,465), doubles (544), games played (2,747), stolen bases (358), times on base (4,716), plate appearances (12,602) and at bats (11,195).[1
Derek jeter