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Sorceress fantasy, someone, usually female, who uses or practices magic that derives from supernatural or occult sources Sorceress paranormal, a practitioner, usually female, of magic, the ability to attain objectives or acquire knowledge or wisd ...

Leonardo and the Last Supper

Leonardo and the Last Supper, is a 2011 book written by Ross King, a Canadian novelist and non-fiction writer. He was awarded Canadas 2012 Governor Generals Award for English-language non-fiction for Leonardo and the Last Supper, his examination ...


Negovan - village in central western Bulgaria Flampouro Albanian: Negovan - village in northern Greece Negovan Crag - peak in Antarctica, named after the Bulgarian village of Negovan

Moti BA

Moti BA or Motilal Upadhyay was a Bhojpuri poet, writer and lyricist. He has written many Bhojpuri poems, novels and lyrics of Bhojiwood and Bollywood films. For his works in Bhojpuri he received Bhasha Samman Award in 2001.

Jagdish Prasad Baranwal

Barnwal was born on 31 July 1949 in Sarfuddinpur town Uttar Pradesh in Azamgarh district. He did his MA from Hindi. Barnwal was fond of literature since childhood. He has regularly/irregularly written poetry, story, articles, plays etc.

Petit Standard

Petit Standard is the eighth studio album and third jazz album by Croatian singer and songwriter Vesna Pisarovic, globally released on 28 January 2019 by Jazzwerkstatt. The album includes collaborations with the three jazz musicians Joe Fonda, Jo ...


Robert S. P. Beekes 1937–2017, Dutch linguist Henry Beeke 1751–1837, English historian, theologian, and writer Joel Beeke born 1952, U.S. Christian pastor and theologian

Edith Alleyne Sinnotte

Edith Alleyne Sinnotte was an Australian writer of British origin. She is best known as the first female Esperanto novelist.


SWG may refer to: Standard wire gauge, a measurement for wires and sheet material Star Wars Galaxies, a 2003 computer game by Lucas Arts Screen Writers Guild, a former writers union Sleeping With Ghosts, a 2003 album by UK band Placebo Swabian Ge ...

Yang Hansheng

Yang Hansheng was a Chinese screenwriter, playwright and writer, also known under the pseudonym Huahan.

Edgar (disambiguation)

Edgar, West Virginia Edgars, New Jersey, a community Edgar Township disambiguation, multiple places Edgar, Illinois, an unincorporated community Edgar, Wisconsin, a village Edgar, Nebraska, a city Edgar County, Illinois, a county Edgar, Californi ...

Folkstsaytung (Kiev)

Folkstsaytung was a Yiddish language newspaper published from Kiev. The first issue of Folkstsaytung was published on August 8, 1917. It was the organ of the South Russia Regional Committee of the General Jewish Labour Bund in Lithuania, Poland a ...


Mocho may refer to: Mount Mocho, in California Mocho language, a Mayan language Mocho people, an ethnic group of Mexico Mocho volcano, in Chile Mocho Mountains, in Jamaica Mocho Subbasin, a groundwater basin in California


Arin may refer to: Arin Gilliland born 1992, American soccer player Arin, Armenia, a town in Armenia Arın Soğancıoğlu born 1987, Turkish basketball player Ujjain, an Indian city used as the center of ancient and medieval world maps, which was cor ...


Lel or LEL may refer to: LEL, IATA code for Lake Evella Airport, Northern Territory, Australia Mount Lel, abode of the deity Ēl in the Ugaritic Baal cycle Lel, Alicante, Valencian Community, Spain "Lel", a satirical form of "lol" Lel settlement, ...

Her & Him

Her & Him is a 2019 adult film directed by Bella Thorne and starring Abella Danger and Small Hands. The film received numerous industry awards. Including nominees AVN Awards for Best Actress and Best Actor. Bella Thorne received a nomination for ...

Michael Moynihan

Michael Moynihan may refer to: Michael Moynihan Kerry politician 1917–2001, former Irish Labour Party TD for Kerry South Michael Jenkins Moynihan born 1969, American journalist and musician known for Blood Axis Michael C. Moynihan, American journ ...

Sharfuddin Abu Tawwama

Tawwama was born in Bukhara, Uzbekistan. He was educated in Islamic theology and natural sciences in the Greater Khorasan region. In 1260, he moved to Delhi where he taught for 10 years.

Mazharul Islam Poetry Award

The Mazharul Islam Poetry Award, is given by the Bangla Academy of Bangladesh in recognition of creative genius in advancement and overall contribution in the field of Poetry. It was introduced in 2010 to honor the memory of Bangladeshi poet, fol ...

Wu Ji Feng

Wu Jifeng, is a Chinese singer and actor. He is under contract with ETM 活力时代. From 5 April 2019, Wu Jifeng participated in Produce Camp 2019 of Tencent Video as a contestant to form a boy group. He ranked 20th. His debut single "Windmill and ...

Geetanjali (disambiguation)

Geetanjali 1993 film, a Hindi film Geethaanjali, a 2013 Malayalam film Geethanjali 1989 film, a Telugu film Geethanjali TV series, a Tamil soap opera Geethanjali 1985 film, a Tamil film Geethanjali 2014 film, a Telugu film

Santwana Bordoloi

Santwana Bordoloi is a director, actress, radio host and paediatrician from Assam, India. Both her directorial ventures, Adajya and Maj Rati Keteki, set two decades apart, have won a National Award for the Best Feature Film in Assamese. Santwana ...

Satsang Ashram

Satsang Ashram is the headquarters of the Satsang movement started by Thakur Anukulchandra in India and across the world. The Satsang Ashram has become a major place of attraction in Deoghar for all kinds of people in the society. The township su ...

Friedrich Dammann

Madchen in Uniform 1931 – Screenplay based on a play by Christa Winsloe The Telephone Operator with Herbert Rosenfeld, 1932, Italian-language version Wrong Number, Miss, German-language version And Who Is Kissing Me? with Herbert Rosenfeld, 1933, ...

Best Friend

Best Friend or Best Friends may refer to: Someone with whom one shares the strongest possible kind of friendship Best Friends Animal Society, an animal welfare organization based in the United States Best Friend play, a 1976 Broadway play by Mich ...

Agni Sakshi

Agni Sakshi or Agnisakshi or Agni Satchi may refer to: Agni Sakshi 1996 film, Indian Hindi language film Agni Sakshi 1982 film, Indian Tamil language film Agnisakshi TV series, Indian Kannada language Soap opera aired on Colors Kannada Agnisakshi ...

Chanakya (disambiguation)

Chanakya was an adviser of the first Maurya Emperor Chandragupta. Chanakya may also refer to: Chanakya TV series, an Indian television historical drama written and directed by Dr. Chandraprakash Dwivedi Chanakya Shapadham, a 1986 Telugu film dire ...

Mahabharata (disambiguation)

The Mahābhārata Smith book, a translation of the Mahabharata by John D. Smith Andhra Mahabharatam 11-14th century AD, the Telugu version of Mahabarath written by Kavithrayam Trinity of poets The Mahabharata Narayan book, 1978, an abridged transla ...

Neethone Vuntanu

Neethone Vuntanu is a 2002 Telugu romantic drama directed by T. Prabhakar and starring Upendra, Rachana, and Sanghavi in the lead roles. The films title is based off a song from Zamindar.

Tahsildar Gari Ammayi

Tahsildar Gari Ammayi is a 1971 Indian Telugu-language drama film directed by K. S. Prakash Rao. It is an adaptation of Kavilipati Vijayalakshmis novel Vidhi Vinyaasaalu that was serialised the same year in the newspaper Andhra Prabha. The film s ...


Sai Prathap Annayyagari b. 1944 - Indian National Congress politician Prathap Kannada actor, an Indian film actor Maharana Pratap Singh 1540–1597 - an Indian Rajput ruler of Mewar Vidhu Prathap b. 1980 - Indian singer

Khorramabad (disambiguation)

Khorramabad is the capital of Lorestan Province, Iran. Khorramabad Persian: خرم اباد ‎ and other transliterations may also refer to:


Kudumbavilakku is an Indian Malayalam-language television soap opera drama. The show premiered on Asianet channel and streaming on Hotstar since 27 January 2020 from Monday to Saturday at 7:30PM IST. South Indian actress Meera Vasudevan portrays ...

Selfie King

Selfie King is a 2020 Nepali film, directed by Bishal Sapkota. The film is produced by Dinesh Raut, and Shuvash Thapa under the banner of Picture Frame, and Shuvash Thapa Productions. The film features Bipin Karki in the lead role as Gopal, who i ...

Manmohan Memorial National One-Day Cup

The Manmohan Memorial National One-Day Cup is a one-day cricket tournament in Nepal. It is one of two main 50-over tounraments in Nepal, the other being the Prime Minister One Day Cup.

Bangamata (poem)

Bangamata is a famous Bengali poem written by Rabindranath Tagore. It is included in his poetry book "Chaitali". It is a 14 lines poem.

Kalpana (poetry)

Kalpana is a famous Bengali language poetry book written by Rabindranath Tagore. It was published in 1900. It consists of 50 poems.

Sishu Bholanath

Sishu Bholanath is a Bengali book of poems written by Rabindranath Tagore. It was published in 1922. It consists of 27 poems. It is a famous work of Tagore for the children.


Agnibeena is the first poetry book written by Kazi Nazrul Islam, one of the most famous Bengali poet of the first half of the twentieth century. It was published in the month of Kartik, the Bengali year 1329. There are twelve poems in this book. ...

Punascha (poetry)

Punascha is a book of Bengali poems written by Rabindranath Tagore. It was published in 1932. Tagore wrote the book in the new style, prose poems. It deals with the human problems regarding life and death. Tagore dedicated this work to Nitu. Ther ...


Patrika may refer to: Amrita Bazar Patrika, a newspaper in India started Syandhan Patrika, a newspaper of Tripura, India Vinaya Patrika, a devotional poem by Goswami Tulsidas Anandabazar Patrika, a Bengali-language newspaper published in Kolkata, ...

Shes Saptak

Shes Saptak is a Bengali poetry book written by Rabindranath Tagore. It was published in 1935. Tagore wrote the poems of the book in the style, prose poems, like "Punascha", "Patraput" and "Shyamali". It has more than 40 poems.

Manasi (poetry book)

Manasi is a 1890 Bengali poetry book written by Rabindranath Tagore. It comes under the "Manasi-Sonar Tari Group" of Tagore’s poetry writings. There are 63 poems in the book.

Maire Bradshaw

Maire Bradshaw, is a writer, poet and publisher. Bradshaw was born in Limerick in 1943. She was educated in Laurel Hill convent before moving to Cork. There she got involved with the feminist movement. Bradshaw runs Bradshaw Books founded in 1985 ...

Macabre (disambiguation)

Macabre is a quality of some artistic or literary works characterized by a grim or ghastly atmosphere or a heavy emphasis on gruesome portrayals of death. Macabre may also refer to: Literature: Macabre short fiction and poetry journal, edited and ...

Nanti Kita Cerita Tentang Hari Ini

Nanti Kita Cerita Tentang Hari Ini is a 2020 Indonesian drama film directed by Angga Dwimas Sasongko and produced by Visinema Pictures. The film was adapted from the novel Nanti Kita Cerita tentang Hari Ini by Marcella FP. The film stars Rachel A ...

Milk and Honey

Milk and honey refers to the Promised Land of Jewish tradition, as described in Exodus chapter 3: "a land flowing with milk and honey". Milk and Honey may also refer to:


Gronk artist born 1957, Glugio Nicandro Rob Gronkowski born 1989, National Football League player Jordan Staal born 1988, National Hockey League player

Mamidi Harikrishna

Mamidi Harikrishna is a Telugu poet, painter, translator, documentary filmmaker, movie critic and History Researcher on Telangana state history. He is currently the director of Language & Culture department of Telangana government.

Mercy Margaret

Mercy Margaret is a poet, short story writer and a social worker. She came to light as a poet through her poems published in Facebook and became famous after receipt of Kendra Sahitya Academy Yuva Puraskar Award in the year 2017, for her first po ...