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Molly Sarle

Sarle was born in Santa Cruz, California, and attended Bennington College in Vermont, where Mountain Man was formed. Their debut album, Made the Harbor, was released in 2010. In 2012 Sarle intended to quit her music career and moved to Green Gulc ...

Ritito Conglomerate

The formation was named in 1958 by Fred Barker for exposures along Ritito Canyon, El Rito Creek 36.581°N 106.167°W  / 36.581; -106.167. Exposures further to the south were long described as the lower Abiquiu Formation, but Maldonado et al. reass ...

Goose Fiord Formation

The Goose Fiord Formation is a geologic formation in Nunavut. It preserves fossils that date back to the Silurian period. It is located on the southern portion of the Ellesmere Island in Canada. It also lies on the northern portion of Devon Island.

Conjola Formation

The Conjola Formation is a geologic formation in the south of the Sydney Basin in eastern Australia. Formed in the late Permian, when the Wagonga Beds sank below sea level, and were subsequently covered with eroded sediments. A member of the Shoa ...

Navel of the World (disambiguation)

The Navel of the World is a concept of the axis mundi, a mythological center of the world or universe. Navel of the World may also refer to a number of real-world locations: City of Babylon name of a lithic site near Ahu Te Pito Kura, Easter Isla ...

Digby Moran

Albert Digby Moran was an Australian Aboriginal artist. His work derived inspiration from his Bundjalung ancestors in the north of New South Wales, Australia, where he remains one of the Northern Rivers most recognised artists.

CR7

CR7 may refer to: Nike CR7, a Nike brand Cristiano Ronaldo line CR7, a postcode district in the CR postcode area of south London CR-7E, last high-end cassette deck by Nakamichi Cosmos Redshift 7, a high-redshift galaxy, about 12.9 billion light-y ...

Legoland New York

Legoland New York is a theme park currently under construction in Goshen, New York, based on the Lego toy brand. The resort is now scheduled to open during Spring of 2021 at a cost of 0 million. Upon opening, it will become the ninth Legoland par ...

Gold brick (disambiguation)

The term gold brick or goldbrick is dated American slang for a swindle selling a putative gold bar, by extension a swindle or swindler generally, more generally shrinking or a shirker. It can also refer to: A gold bar A US WWII army cartoon writt ...

New Girl in Town (disambiguation)

New Girl in Town 1957 musical, a Tony-winning musical based on the play Anna Christie New Girl In Town 2012 TV episode, season 2 episode of "Dance Moms", see List of Dance Moms episodes New Girl in Town 1998 TV episode, season 4 episode of "Hang ...

Serenity Chasma

Serenity Chasma is the unofficial name given to a large pull-apart fault on Plutos moon, Charon. It is part of a series of faults that run along the perimeter of Vulcan Planum. It was discovered by the New Horizons mission, and informally named a ...

Breakthrough Enceladus mission

Breakthrough Enceladus is a proposed privately funded astrobiology mission by Breakthrough Initiatives founded by Yuri Milner. Its aim is to assess the possibility of life on Saturns moon Enceladus. NASA will be" providing expert reviewers and fe ...

Tandem (disambiguation)

Tandem Bank, previously Harrods Bank Tandem Computers, a former manufacturer of fault-tolerant computer systems Tandem Money Limited, a British finance company Tandem Diabetes Care, insulin infusion therapy manufacturer for the treatment of diabe ...

Theo (disambiguation)

Michael Theo formerly Theoklitos born 1981, Australian soccer goalkeeper Allan Theo, French singer born Alain Rouget in 1972 Louise Theo, French operetta singer Cecile Piccolo 1854–1922

Themis (disambiguation)

Themis hypothetical moon, a spurious tenth moon of Saturn 24 Themis, an asteroid in the main asteroid belt Thermal Emission Imaging System THEMIS, an instrument on the 2001 Mars Odyssey orbiter THEMIS, a solar telescope located at the Teide Obser ...

Connemara (disambiguation)

Connemara, Alberta, a locality in Canada Conamara Chaos, a region of chaotic terrain on Jupiters moon Europa Connemara Station, a cattle station in Queensland

Interplanetary Nano-Spacecraft Pathfinder in Relevant Environment

The Interplanetary Nano-Spacecraft Pathfinder in Relevant Environment is a future NASA mission involving sending CubeSats out of Earths orbit into deep space. The INSPIRE project will demonstrate the capability of deep space CubeSats by placing a ...

List of comets bearing names

This is a list of comets bearing names, as opposed to comets named with codes: Interstellar comets 2I/Borisov, is the first observed interstellar comet Great comets Comet Hale–Bopp Aristotles Comet Comet Arend–Roland Comet Seki-Lines Comet Mrkos ...

Jean Mascart

Mascart was on the staff of the Paris observatory. On 17 May 1910, Mascart was at Tenerife to observe Halleys Comet from the southern flank of Pico de Teide.

Giotto (disambiguation)

Giotto may refer to: Giotto di Bondone 1267–1337, Italian painter Giottos Campanile, Florence Giotto, a Linux bootable floppy disk Giotto Griffiths 1864–1938, Welsh rugby player Giotto Bizzarrini born 1926, Italian automobile engineer Giotto is a ...

Gerin (crater)

Gerin is 445-km wide impact crater on Saturns moon Iapetus, located on Saragossa Terra. It is partially obscured by the larger crater, Engelier, whose formation has destroyed about half of Gerin. Gerin is located at 45.6°S 233°W  / -45.6; -233

I Am Yours

"I Am Yours", by Bethany Dillon from Stop & Listen "I Am Yours", by Michael Gungor from Bigger Than My Imagination "I Am Yours" song, a 2015 song by The Makemakes "I Am Yours", by Derek and the Dominos, written by Eric Clapton, from Layla and Oth ...

Remus (disambiguation)

Remus Glacier, Graham Land, Antarctica Remus, a village in Fratești Commune, Giurgiu County, Romania Remus, Georgia, United States, an unincorporated community Remus, an unincorporated community in Wheatland Township, Mecosta County, Michigan, Un ...

Daihatsu V series

The Daihatsu V series is a series of cab over trucks, manufactured from 1958 to 1970. The V series was Daihatsu first four-wheeled vehicle since the Daihatsu FA truck in 1937. The V series main rivals in the medium-weight four-wheel truck segment ...

Alpha Centauri (disambiguation)

Alpha Centauri is a star system and the collective name of three stars in that system. The individual stars are named Alpha Centauri A, Alpha Centauri B, and Proxima Centauri. It may also refer to: The Alpha Centaurids, a meteor shower Sid Meiers ...

Centauri

Centauri may refer to: Alpha Centauri, a binary star including the brightest star of Centaurus Proxima Centauri, the nearest to the Sun of all stars, and close to Alpha Centauri Beta Centauri, the second-brightest star of Centaurus, at a much gre ...

Gaian

Gaian Greens, a branch of the Green movement whose tenets move them to austere environmentalism a follower of New Age Gaian, an inclusive philosophy with various religious expressions a shortened form of the Roman name Gaianus a follower of Gaia ...

The Pursuit of Perfect Packing

The Pursuit of Perfect Packing is a book on packing problems in geometry. It was written by physicists Tomaso Aste and Denis Weaire, and published in 2000 by Institute of Physics Publishing with a second edition published in 2008 by Taylor & Francis.

11E

11E, 11e or eleven E may refer to: Tropical Depression Eleven-E 2010, a weather system which developed into Tropical Storm Hermine U.S. Route 11E, a highway connecting Knoxville, Tennessee with Bristol, Virginia 11 East Forsyth or 11 E, a histori ...

Ultra-short period planet

An ultra-short period planet is a type of exoplanet with orbital period less than one day. At this short distance, tidal interactions lead to relatively rapid orbital and spin evolution. Therefore when there is a USP planet around a mature main-s ...

CD Huetor Vega

Club Deportivo Huetor Vega is a Spanish football team located in Huetor Vega, Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Founded in 1927 it currently plays in Tercera Division – Group 9, holding home matches at Municipal Las Viñas, with a ...

Spuyten Duyvil

Spuyten Duyvil may refer to: Spuyten Duyvil, Bronx, the name of a subsection of the Riverdale section in New York City Spuyten Duyvil Bridge, a swing bridge that carries Amtraks Empire Corridor line across the Spuyten Duyvil Creek between Manhatt ...

Itsukaichi Kaidō

Itsukaichi Kaidō is the historic and current main road between former Itsukaichi and Suginami in Tokyos central suburbs. It generally follows the same road as the Suginami Akiruno Line along Tokyo Metropolitan Road Route 7.

Elliott House

Elliott House or Elliot House may refer to: in New Zealand Elliott House, Wellington, a historic building in Wellington, New Zealand in the United States by state then city James Elliott Farm, New Harmony, Indiana E. Clyde and Mary Elliott House, ...

Indian Trail

Indian Trail can refer to: Indian Trail, North Carolina A part of or the whole of the Great Trail created by Native Americans It may also refer to any of the following: Schools: Indian Trail Middle School in Olathe, Kansas that is part of the Ola ...

Scuderia

Scuderia means "stable" in the Italian language. It has entered English usage mainly through professional auto racing, in which many Italian teams incorporate the term in their names. "Scuderia" may refer to: Any of a number of other racing teams ...

Marco Filibeck

His father was the painter Gilberto Filibeck. Marco starts his careers as lighting consolle operator, working at more than two hundred live concert for Vasco Rossi between 1979 and 1984. He collaborates with different artists from the Italian mus ...

Yale-Edinburgh Group

The Yale-Edinburgh Group of the Missionary Movement and World Christianity founded in 1992 is an annual conference about world Christianity, which holds alternatively at Yale Divinity School or New College, University of Edinburgh.

Gemaldegalerie (disambiguation)

Gemaldegalerie may refer to various museums in the German-speaking world: Galerie Neue Meister picture gallery of the New Masters, sometimes known as Gemaldegalerie Neue Meister, in Dresden, Germany Gemaldegalerie Alte Meister picture gallery of ...

Saint Roch (Parmigianino)

Saint Roch is a c.1528 tempera on canvas painting by Parmigianino, now in a private collection in Parma. It measures 27.8 by 21.5 cm. A preparatory study for the work survives in the Bonnat Museum in Bayonne. Like the artists Saint Roch with a Do ...

Barrack Street (disambiguation)

Barrack Street is one of two major cross-streets in the central business district of Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Barrack Street may also refer to: Streets Barrack Street, location of The McManus: Dundees Art Gallery and Museum in Dundee, ...

Ramesseum Magician’s Box

During the years of 1885-1886, Flinders Petrie and James Quibell discovered a tomb underneath the Ramesseum. In the tomb, they uncovered a box that contained papyri and items related to magical practices. The tomb became known as the Magician’s T ...

Ezia Gavazza

Ezia Gavazza was an Italian art historian. Along with her friends and colleagues Lauro Magnani and Piero Boccardo, she was one of the most prolific writers in Genoa on Baroque art. She specialised in the Ligurian Baroque, particularly Domenico Pi ...

Portrait of a Man in a Red Beret

Portrait of a Man in a Red Beret or Self-Portrait in a Red Beret is a c.1540 oil on paper painting attributed to Parmigianino or Michelangelo Anselmi, now in the collection of the National Gallery of Parma. In 1968 the painting was exhibited in t ...

Female Martyr with Two Angels

Female Martyr with Two Angels is a c.1523-1524 oil on panel painting by Parmigianino, now in the Stadel Museum in Frankfurt, to which it was donated in 1913 by Baroness Emilie Margarethe Beaulieu-Marconnay, member of a family of bankers and art p ...

Gabor Szilasi

Gabor Szilasi is a Canadian artist known for his documentary photography. In 2017 Montreals McCord Museum exhibited a 20 year selection of his unpublished photographs of Montreal. In 2009 he received the Paul-Emile Borduas Prize. In 2010 he was a ...

Portrait of a Young Man holding a Letter

Portrait of a Young Man holding a Letter is a 1518 oil on panel painting by Rosso Fiorentino, now in the National Gallery, London. It is dated 22 June 1518 on the letter held by the unidentified young man in black hat and clothes. In his Life of ...

Kew Gardens (disambiguation)

Kew Gardens Toronto in the Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada Kew Gardens, Southport, a former public park in the Kew suburb of Southport, England Kew Gardens, Queens, the name of a neighborhood in the borough of Queens in New York ...

Palazzo del Podesta

Palazzo del Podestà is Italian for Palace of the Chief Magistrate of a town It can refer to: Palazzo del Podestà, CastellArquato in CastellArquato Palazzo del Podestà, Bergamo in Bergamo Palazzo del Podestà, Bologna Palazzo del Podestà, Assisi in ...

Portrait of a Man in Black

Portrait of a Man in Black or Man in Black in Profile is a c.1520-1522 oil on panel painting by Rosso Fiorentino, now in the Galleria Palatina in Florence. Vasaris Life of Rosso Fiorentino briefly states that he saw several portraits by the artis ...