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Bus Simulator 18

Bus Simulator 18 is a bus simulator game developed by Stillalive Studios and published by Astragon Entertainment for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One. It is powered by Unreal Engine 4 and was initially available on 13 June 2018 worldwide.

Economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching consequences beyond the spread of the disease itself and efforts to quarantine it. As the SARS-CoV-2 virus has spread around the globe, concerns have shifted from supply-side manufacturing issues to decr ...

Ship (disambiguation)

Starship, spacecraft designed for interstellar travel Shipping, basic process of transporting goods and cargo Airship, powered lighter-than-air craft. Spacecraft "spaceship", a vehicle, vessel or machine designed to fly in outer space

Dana Fischer

Dana Fischer is an American Magic: The Gathering player. She is tied for the youngest to make the second day of a Grand Prix tournament and is the youngest to win cash at a Grand Prix.

Dressed to Kill

Dressed to Kill 1941 film, an American crime film starring Lloyd Nolan Dressed to Kill 1946 film, a Sherlock Holmes film starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce Dressed to Kill 1928 film, an American silent film starring Mary Astor Dressed to Kil ...

Dress (disambiguation)

A dress is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice or with a matching bodice giving the effect of a one-piece garment. Dress may also refer to:

Red Dress

Red Dress Malcolm in the Middle, a Malcolm in the Middle episode The Red Dress, a 1933 French film based on the 1900 play by Eugene Brieux The Red Dress La robe rouge, a 1900 play by Eugene Brieux The Red Dress, a 2015 television movie starring R ...

Little Black Dress (disambiguation)

A little black dress is an evening or cocktail dress. Little Black Dress may also refer to: "Little Black Dress", a 1996 song written by Maurice Seezer and performed by Gavin Friday for his album Shag Tobacco "Little Black Dress", a 2013 song wri ...

Czamara

Czamara was a type of outer garment in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. It was worn there from the 16th century and came to the Commonwealth via Hungary from Turkey. It was first worn mostly by priests, and in the 18th century became a popular ...

Sometimes the Stars

Sometimes the Stars is the third studio album by Australian blues/roots band, The Audreys. The album was released on 8 October 2010 and peaked at number 28 on the ARIA Charts. The album features the contributions from acclaimed jazz pianist Paul ...

Uniform (disambiguation)

School uniform, also known as "student uniform" or simply "uniform", mandated clothing for students in a particular school or school system Military uniform, often simply "uniform", worn by members of a military organisation Baseball uniform

Mecano (disambiguation)

Mecano was a pop music band from Madrid, Spain formed by Ana Torroja, Nacho Cano and Jose Maria Cano. Mecano may also refer to: Mecano, a person who was born in the city of Mecca.

Vote McGovern

Vote McGovern, also known as Vote McGovern, 1972, is a colored lithograph by Andy Warhol. He produced it in support of George McGoverns 1972 presidential campaign. The print depicts a photograph of then-President of the United States Richard Nixo ...

Tote

Tote bag, a carry bag that is often used to carry items too large for a purse; sometimes also sold as a reusable shopping bag IBC tote or intermediate bulk container tote

Osiris (disambiguation)

OH-Suppressing Infrared Integral Field Spectrograph Osiris Ganymede crater, a crater on Ganymede Osiris planet or HD 209458 b, an extrasolar planet Optical, Spectroscopic, and Infrared Remote Imaging System Osiris lunar crater 1923 Osiris, an ast ...

Chaperone

Chaperone or Chaperon may refer to: Chaperone clinical, a person who acts as a witness for a patient and a medical practitioner during a medical examination or procedure Chaperone social or chaperon, a person who accompanies or supervises young p ...

Vester Åby

Vester Åby is a town located on the island of Funen in south Denmark, in Faaborg-Midtfyn Municipality. It is located 16km west of Svendborg, 9 km south of Corinth, 10 km east of Faaborg and 24km southwest of the municipality of Ringe.

Bolon

Bolon may refer to: Bolon, name of several gods in Mayan mythology Lake Bolon, in Russias Khabarovsk Krai Comte de Bolon, old name for Boulon, Calvados, France Bolon musical instrument, kind of harp found in Mali Bolon, ethnic group in Mali Bolon ...

DNG

DNG can have the following meanings: An abbreviation of dienogest, a progestin medication Digital Negative, also known as "Adobe DNG" and "Adobe Digital Negative", a publicly available digital photography raw image format developed by Adobe and s ...

Femke Huijzer

Huijzer is from Sassenheim in the Netherlands. She was scouted in high school but waited before sending photos to Micha Models to become a model. One of her favorite designers is Coco Chanel. She made a major debut in 2017 as she opened the Dior ...

Alexandra Micu

Initially discovered at age 12, she later participated in the Elite Model Look contest representing Romania. In 2014, she became a top 10 finalist in the global version of the competition. Micu debuted as a Louis Vuitton exclusive for two seasons ...

Karolin Wolter

Wolters first modeling jobs included editorials for Vogue China and shows for designers including Alexander Wang, BCBG Max Azria, Marc Jacobs, Jil Sander which she opened, Dries Van Noten, Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent, rag & bone, Dolce & Gabban ...

Naja (disambiguation)

Naja is a genus of snakes commonly referred to as cobras. Naja may also refer to: Naja - the pendant on a Navajo Squash Blossom necklace. See Native American jewelry. Naja Marie Aidt born 1963, Danish poet and writer Robert Del Naja born 1965, Br ...

Lily Hope

Lily Hope is a Native American artist, designer, teacher, weaver, Financial Freedom planner, and a community facilitator. She is primarily known for her skills at weaving traditional Northwestern clothing such as Chilkat robes and ensembles. She ...

Bend

Bending, the deformation of an object due to an applied load Bend knot, a knot used to tie two ropes together; see List of bend knots Bend, a curvature in a pipe, tube, or pipeline see Bend radius

Trixie and Katya Save the World

Trixie and Katya Save the World is an American comedy webseries hosted by drag queens Trixie Mattel and Katya Zamolodchikova. It was created as a replacement for their popular webseries UNHhhh, which is on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fil ...

Swiss Army Central Band

The Swiss Army Central Band is a military band that is part of the Swiss Army and the representative band of the Swiss Armed Forces. It is part of the Military Music Competence Center. It is based on mostly German and French, but also modern Brit ...

Making Love (disambiguation)

Making Love is a 1982 American drama film. Making Love may also refer to: "Makin Love", a song by Kiss from Rock and Roll Over Making Love album, a 1999 album by Atom and His Package Making Love – A Conspiracy of the Heart, a 2003 comic novel "Ma ...

Delusions of grandeur (disambiguation)

Delusions of grandeur may refer to: Delusions of Grandeur novel Delusions of Grandeur Gucci Mane album, fourteenth studio album by American rapper Gucci Mane. Delusions of Grandeur Sahg album, fourth studio album by the Norwegian band Sahg. Grand ...

Lucio Corsi

Born in Grosseto, he raised in Vetulonia and moved to Milan after his graduation at liceo scientifico in 2012. He released his debut EP Vetulonia Dakar in 2014 and signed in for Picicca Dischi in the same year. In 2015 he released his second play ...

Bleeding Bull

Bleeding Bull is the debut EP by Canadian rapper Jimmy Prime. The production duties on the six-track EP were handled by STWO, Wonda Gurl, Murda Beatz and Arthur McArthur and it was released on March 28, 2017. The EP received a 6/10 by Scott Glays ...

CashMoneyAP

Alex Petit, better known by his stage name CashMoneyAP, is a French record producer and entrepreneur. He is best known for posting "type beats" on video platform YouTube and on beat-selling platform Beatstars.

Harrison Tsui

Harrison Tsui is a Hong Kong fashion photographer. He is best known for his backstage photography and street style photography work at Ready-to-wear Fashion Weeks.

List of Community Rail members

Community rail in Britain is the support of railway lines and stations by local organisations, usually through community rail partnerships comprising railway operators, local councils, and other community organisations, and rail user groups. Comm ...

Laminar

Laminar means "flat". Laminar may refer to Laminar armour or "banded mail", armour made from horizontal overlapping rows or bands of solid armour plates Laminar organization, the way certain tissues are arranged in layers Pazmany Laminar, a perso ...

Kalantar (disambiguation)

Kalantar is an Indian newspaper. Kalantar Persian: كلانتر ‎ may also refer to: Kalantar, North Khorasan, Iran Kalantar, Kermanshah, Iran Kamyar Kalantar-Zadeh, American physician scientist in nephrology, nutrition, and epidemiology, Los Angeles, ...

Trilby (disambiguation)

Trilby 1914 film, a 1914 silent film based on the play Trilby novel, an 1894 novel by George du Maurier See also Svengali for other film adaptations of the novel Trilby play, a 1895 play based on du Mauriers novel Trilby 1915 film, a 1915 silent ...

Elizabeth Davis

Bette Davis 1908–1989, American actress Elizabeth Davis bassist born 1965, American songwriter and musician Betty Davis born 1945, American funk, rock and soul singer Elizabeth A. Davis born 1980, American actress and musician

Hillson

Hillson may refer to: Surname Bobby Hillson, London-based fashion illustrator, founder of the Central Saint Martins MA Fashion course Jack Hillson, Canadian provincial politician Given name Hillson Beasley 1855–1936, English-trained architect Air ...

SPATA16

Spermatogenesis-associated protein 16 is a mammalian protein encoded by the SPATA16 gene. SPATA16, also known as NYD-SP12, is a developmental protein that aids in differentiation of germ cells for spermatogenesis and participates in acrosome form ...

Kim Christy

Kim Christy was a female impersonator of the 1960s and 1970s, magazine editor and publisher, book author, screenwriter, adult film producer, and first genderfluid person to be inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame.

Condor (express freight)

The Condor was an overnight fast freight train service in Great Britain. It operated between London and Glasgow, and all freight was carried in containers. The name was derived from CONtainers DOoR-to-Door.

The Moment

The Moment 2013 film, a 2013 American film The Moment U.S. TV series, a 2013 American reality television series The Moment 1979 film, a 1979 Romanian film The Moment New Zealand TV series, a 2018 New Zealand comedy television series

Weight of the World

"The Weight of the World" Buffy the Vampire Slayer, from the fifth season of the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Weight of the World" The 4400, from the second season of the series The 4400

Stupid Girl

Stupid Girl may refer to: "Stupid Girl", a 1975 song by Neil Young & Crazy Horse from the album Zuma "Stupid Girls", a 2006 single by Pink from the album Im Not Dead "Stupid Girl" Cold song, a 2003 single by Cold, from the album Year of the Spide ...

Standing ovation (disambiguation)

Standing ovation is a form of applause where members of a seated audience applaud while standing up. Standing ovation may also refer to: "Standing Ovation", a song by American rapper Young Jeezy from the 2005 album Lets Get It: Thug Motivation 10 ...

Tiara Andini

Tiara Anugrah Eka Setyo Andini or introduced by the stage name Tiara Andini is an Indonesian singer. She is known as runner up the tenth season of Indonesian Idol, broadcast by the national television channels RCTI in 2019-2020.

Breadwinner (disambiguation)

Breadwinner typically refers to the breadwinner model, a system where one family member earns money to support the others. Breadwinner or Breadwinners may also refer to:

Applause (disambiguation)

Applause is an expression of approval by the act of clapping. Applause may also refer to: Applause musical, a 1970 theatrical production based on the 1950 film All About Eve Applause toy company, a toy company founded in 1966 Applause software co ...

Jan Rombouts in the St. Peters Church

Jan Rombouts was a painter from Leuven, Belgium who had started as a student of Dirk Bouts. Together with Albrecht Bouts, the son of Dirk Bouts, he managed the clerk chapel. In addition, from 1519 until his death in 1535, he continuously held the ...