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A Conference about the Next Succession was a pseudonymous book published by "Doleman" (N. Doleman or R. Doleman), and dealing with the succession to Elizabeth I of England.
A French Mistress is a 1960 British comedy film directed by Roy Boulting and starring Cecil Parker, James Robertson Justice, Agnès Laurent, Ian Bannen, Raymond Huntley, Irene Handl and Thorley Walters.
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A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the most notorious Pyrates is a 1724 book published in Britain containing biographies of contemporary pirates, Introduction and commentary by David Cordingly.
A Gnome There Was is a collection of science fiction and fantasy stories by American writers Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore, published under their Lewis Padgett pseudonym by Simon & Schuster in 1950.
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A Loud Silence is the first studio album by the Portuguese singer-songwriter and producer Renato Freitas, under the pseudonym Lizzy's Husband.
A Man Called E is Mark Oliver Everett's 1992 major-label debut album, and the first on which he used the pseudonym "E".
A Million Little Pieces is a book by James Frey, originally sold as a memoir and later marketed as a semi-fictional novel following accusations of literary forgery.
A New Dawn: The Don A. Stuart Stories of John W. Campbell, Jr. is an archival collection of science fiction stories by John W. Campbell, published in hardcover by NESFA Press in 2003.
A Princess of Mars is a science fantasy novel by American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs, the first of his Barsoom series.
A Private Heaven, released in 1984, was the sixth album release by Scottish singer Sheena Easton.
"A Rape on Campus" is a Rolling Stone magazine article, written by Sabrina Erdely and originally published on November 19, 2014, that describes a purported group sexual assault at the University of Virginia (UVA) in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A Salzburg Comedy or Little Border Traffic (German:Der kleine Grenzverkehr) is a 1943 German comedy film directed by Hans Deppe and starring Willy Fritsch, Hertha Feiler and Heinz Salfner.
A Summer Best (stylized as SUMMER BEST) is the 6th compilation album by Japanese singer-songwriter Ayumi Hamasaki released on August 8, 2012.
Adriaan Hendrik Johan Prins, generally known as A. H. J. Prins (1921, Harderwijk, Gelderland – 11 February 2000) was a Dutch Africanist and maritime anthropologist.
Alfred McLelland Burrage (1889–1956) was a British writer.
Aarktica is a musical collective based in New York City which was initially a pseudonym for Jon DeRosa, the collective's principal member.
Aaron Elliott (born May 20, 1968), better known as Aaron Cometbus, is an American drummer, lyricist, novelist, and author of punk zine Cometbus.
Mohamed ben Tahar ben Ali commonly known by his nom de guerre Abbas Messaadi (عباس مساعدي; 1925–27 June 1956) was the leader of the Moroccan Army of Liberation before his controversial assassination in June 1956 that would ultimately trigger the Rif Revolt (1957-1959).
Abdelmalek Droukdel (born 20 April 1970), also known by his nom de guerre as Abu Musab Abdel Wadoud, is the emir, or leader, of the Algerian Islamic militant group Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), formerly the Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat (GSPC).
Sheikh Abdul Amir al-Jamri (شيخ عبدالأمير الجمري; 1 March 1938 – 18 December 2006) was one of the most prominent Shia clerics and opposition leaders in Bahrain.
Abdul Hadi al Iraqi is the nom de guerre of Nashwan Abdulrazaq Abdulbaqi (نشوان عبد الرزاق عبد الباقي), an alleged senior member of al-Qaeda, Rewards for Justice Program, US Department of State, CBS News, 4 April 2006, Multi-National Force - Iraq, 3 July 2006 who is now in US custody at Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba.
Abdul Hariz bin Herman @ Amani (born 24 September 2000) is a Bruneian footballer who plays professionally for DPMM FC of the Singapore Premier League and the Brunei national football team as a midfielder.
Abdul Qayyum "Zakir" (nom de guerre Abdullah Ghulam Rasoul; born 1973) is a citizen of Afghanistan previously held in the United States Guantanamo Bay detainment camps, in Cuba.
Abdullah Anas, an Algerian scholar,Williams, Paul L., "Al Qaeda: Brotherhood of Terror", 2002 was the nom de guerre of a man who helped Afghanistan mujahideen fight the Soviet invasion in the northern provincesShephard, Michelle, "Guantanamo's Child", 2008 from 1983-1992.
Abel Meeropol (February 14, 1903 – October 29, 1986)Baker, Nancy Kovaleff, "Abel Meeropol (a.k.a. Lewis Allan): Political Commentator and Social Conscience," American Music 20/1 (2002), pp.
Aberdeen Student Show is a musical and theatrical show, usually with a strong comedy element, staged every year in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Manuel Rubén Abimael Guzmán Reynoso (born 3 December 1934), also known by the nom de guerre Chairman Gonzalo (Presidente Gonzalo), a former professor of philosophy, is the former leader of the Shining Path during the Maoist insurgency known as the internal conflict in Peru.
Able Team is a series of action-adventure novels first published in 1982 by American Gold Eagle publishers.
Aboutorab Esfahani, pseudonym: Toraba, (1581–1662) was a prominent Persian calligrapher of the Nastaliq script and one of the most important calligraphy students of Mir Emad.
Abraham "Abram" Jakira (1889? – 1931) was an American socialist political activist, newspaper editor, and Communist Party functionary.
is a 26-episode Japanese anime television series, produced by Ajia-do Animation Works and Bandai Visual, which first aired on NHK between and Directed by Tomomi Mochizuki and written by Kazunori Itō, the series featured character designs by Sunaho Tobe, who also illustrated the series' light novel adaptation, which was serialized in Dengeki Bunko between and.
Adnan Ismail Najm al-Bilawi Al-Dulaimi (عدنان إسماعيل نجم البيلاوي الدليمي), better known by the nom de guerre Abu Abdulrahman al-Bilawi (أبو عبد الرحمن البيلاوي), was a top commander in the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and the head of its Military Council, prior to his killing by Iraqi security forces on 4 June 2014.
Waleed Jassem al-Alwani, also known by the nom de guerre Abu Ahmad al-Alwani, is a senior commander in the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and a member of its military council.
Abdulrahman Mustafa al-Qaduli (1957/1959 – 25 March 2016) (عبد الرحمن مصطفى القادولي), better known by his noms de guerre Abu Ala al-Afri (أبو علاء العفري) and Abu Ali al-Anbari (أبو علي الأنباري), was the governor for territories held by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Syria.
Ayyub Faleh Hassan al-Rubaie (أيوب فالح حسن الربيعي), known by his nom de guerre Abu Azrael (أبو عزرائيل, literally "Father of Azrael"), also known as the "Angel of Death" (ملاك الموت), is a commander of the Kataib al-Imam Ali, an Iraqi Shi'a militia group of the Popular Mobilization Forces that is fighting ISIL/ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) in Iraq.
Abū Bakr al-Baghdadi (أبو بكر البغدادي; born Ibrahim Awad Ibrahim al-Badri إبراهيم عواد إبراهيم علي محمد البدري السامرائي in 1971) is the leader of the Salafi jihadist militant terrorist organisation known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL),Rewards for Justice – Retrieved 25 January 2017 which controls territory in several countries.
Mohammad Daoud Oudeh (محمد داود عودة), commonly known by his nom de guerre Abu Daoud or Abu Dawud (أبو داود) 1937, – 3 July 2010) was a Palestinian known as the planner, architect and mastermind of the Munich massacre. He served in a number of commanding functions in Fatah's armed units in Lebanon and Jordan.
Abu Faraj al-Libi (أو الفرج الليبي) (also transliterated al-Libbi) is an assumed name or nom de guerre of a Libyan alleged to be a senior member of the al-Qaeda terrorist organization.
Ni'ma Abd Nayef al-Jabouri (نعمة عبد نايف الجبوري), known by his nom de guerre Abu Fatima al-Jaheishi (أبو فاطمة الجحيشي) or Abu Fatima al-Jiburi, was initially in charge of the ISIS operations in southern Iraq before he moved to the northern city of Kirkuk.
Radwan Nammous (1950 – April 3, 2016), also known by his nom de guerre Abu Firas al-Suri, was a senior official in the al-Qaeda affiliated al-Nusra Front, serving as the group's spokesman.
Hashim al-Shaykh (هاشم الشيخ), also known by his nom de guerre Abu Jaber Shaykh (أبو جابر الشيخ) is a rebel commander during the Syrian Civil War who is a senior leader of Tahrir al-Sham.
Ahmed Hussein al-Shar’a (أحمد حسين الشرع), known by the nom de guerre Abu Mohammad al-Julani (أبو محمد الجولاني), is the commander-in-chief of the Syrian militant group Tahrir al-Sham; he was also the emir of its predecessor organisation al-Nusra Front, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda.
Adnan Latif Hamid al-Sweidawi al-Dulaimi (عدنان لطيف حامد السويداوي الدليمي, ‘Adnān Laṭīf Ḥāmid as-Suwaydāwī al-Dulaymī), also known by his noms de guerre Abu Mohannad al-Sweidawi, Abu Abdul Salem, Haji Dawūd and Abu Ayman al-Iraqi, was a top commander in the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and the former head of its Military Council.
Fadel Ahmed Abdullah al-Hiyali (died 18 August 2015), better known by his noms de guerre Abu Muslim al-Turkmani (أبو مسلم التركماني), Haji Mutazz, or Abu Mutaz al-Qurashi, was the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) governor for territories held by the organization in Iraq.
Wissam Najm Abd Zayd al-Zubaydi, better known by his noms de guerre Abu Nabil al Anbari (أبو نبيل الأنباري), Abul Mughirah al Qahtani or Abu Yazan al-Humairi was a commander in the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and the leader of its Libyan branch.
Sabri Khalil al-Banna (May 1937 – 16 August 2002), known as Abu Nidal, was the founder of Fatah: The Revolutionary Council, a militant Palestinian splinter group more commonly known as the Abu Nidal Organization (ANO).
Abu Omar al-Saif (أبو عمر السيف)(1968/69-2005) was an informal name or nom de guerre of a Saudi Islamist and fighter operating first in Afghanistan (1986–1988) and later in the North Caucasus (1996–2005) as the mufti of Arab fighters in Chechnya, allegedly with close ties to al-Qaeda.
Tarkhan Batirashvili (თარხან ბათირაშვილი; 11 February 1986 – 10 July 2016), known by his nom de guerre Abu Omar al-Shishani (أبو عمر الشيشاني, Abū ‘Umar ash-Shīshānī, "Abu Omar the Chechen") or Omar al-Shishani, was a Georgian Chechen (Kist) jihadist who served as a commander for the Islamic State in Syria, and previously as a sergeant in the Georgian Army.
Abū Sa‘īd al-Kharrāz, also known as "the Cobbler", was a pseudonym for Aḥmad bin ‘Īsā.
Abu Sayyaf is the nom de guerre of a senior leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) who was described as overseeing gas and oil operations.
Nu'man Salman Mansour al-Zaidi(نعمان سلمان منصو الزيدي), also known as Abu Suleiman al-Naser (أبو سليمان الناصر) was the military commander or "War Minister" of the militant group Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) during the Iraq War.
Abu Tahsin al-Salhi (1953 – 29 September 2017) was an Iraqi veteran sniper.
Abu Theeb is the pseudonym of a leader of a Sunni group taking part in the Iraqi insurgency, operating north of Baghdad.
Abu Ubaidah al-Banshiri (أبو عبيدة البنشيري; May 1950 – May 21, 1996) was the nom de guerre, Richard H. Shultz and Ruth Margolies Beitler; (other sources agree on his real name) of Ali Amin al-Rashidi (علي أمين الرشيدي), one of the "most capable and popular leaders" of al-Qaeda.
Mohannad al-Masri (born 1981), known by the alias Abu Yahia al-Hamawi, (sometimes transliterated Abu Yahya al-Hamawi or Abu Yehya al-Hamawi) was the third leader of the Salafist Ahrar al-Sham during the Syrian Civil War.
An academic or scholarly journal is a periodical publication in which scholarship relating to a particular academic discipline is published.
Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies is a 1973 American adventure-comedy film based on a story by Steven Spielberg.
Achdé, the pseudonym of Hervé Darmenton (born July 30, 1961), is a French comic book writer and artist.
Achille Van Acker (8 April 1898 – 10 July 1975) was a Belgian politician who served four terms as Prime Minister of Belgium between 1946 and 1958.
Acid Horse was a one-off collaborative side project between two industrial music pioneers, Ministry and Cabaret Voltaire.
Aco Records or ACO Records was a British record label active from 1922 through 1927.
Active Duty is the umbrella name for the American, originally North Carolina-based gay pornographic film studios founded by Dennis Ashe specializing in the production of pornographic movies featuring portrayals of military men that are gay, straight and bisexual, engaging in solo or gay sexual action.
Darren J. Cunningham (born in Wolverhampton, England) is a British electronic musician, best known under the pseudonym Actress.
Ad van Tiggelen (Maastricht, 7 June 1958) is an author of fantasy novels using the pen name Adrian Stone.
According to Hasidic legend, Adam Baal Shem of Ropczyce (אָדָם בַּעַל שֵׁם מרוֹפְּשִׁיץ) was a rabbi and mystic who first introduced the movement of Hasidism.
Adam Charles Clayton (born 13 March 1960) is a British-Irish musician, best known as the bass guitarist of the rock band U2.
Adam Clark Curry (born September 3, 1964) is a podcaster, announcer, internet entrepreneur and media personality, known for his stint as VJ on MTV and being one of the first celebrities personally to create and administer Web sites.
Adam Ignacy Koc (31 August 1891 – 3 February 1969) was a Polish politician, MP, soldier, journalist and freemasoner.
Major Adam Lazarowicz (noms de guerre "Klamra", "Pomorski", "Zygmunt", "Jadzik", "Aleksander", 1902 – March 1, 1951) was a Polish military officer who played a prominent role in the Polish resistance movement in the German-occupied Poland in the Second World War.
Adam Nathaniel Yauch (pronounced; August 5, 1964 – May 4, 2012) was an American rapper, singer, musician, songwriter, director and film distributor.
Adela Castell de López Rocha (1864, Paysandú–1926) was an Uruguayan teacher, essayist, and poet.
Adelaida Martínez Aguilar (16 December 1870—???) was a Mexican teacher, writer, and poet active in the Tepic Territory from the 1860s until her death.
Adele is a musical in three acts with book, music and lyrics by Adolf Philipp, written also under the pseudonyms "Jean Briquet" and "Paul Hervé": music by Jean Briquet and Adolf Philipp, original French book and lyrics by Paul Hervé, and English adaptation by Adolf Philipp and Edward A. Paulton.
Luise Adelaide Lavinia Schopenhauer, known as Adele Schopenhauer (12 July 1797 – 25 August 1849), was a German author.
Adelia Cleopatra Graves (née Adelia Cleopatra Spencer; pseudonym, Aunt Alice; March 17, 1821 - 1895) was an American educator and author from the U.S. state of Ohio.
Adji Pandu Suwotomo or Maret Pamungkas (Born in Kutajaya, Purbalingga - Died on), better known as Sobron, was an Indonesian Islamic militant, and also member of the militant group based in Poso, Mujahidin Indonesia Timur (MIT).
Adjuvilo is a language created in 1910 by Claudius Colas under the pseudonym of "Profesoro V. Esperema".
Adnan Oktar (born 2 February 1956), also known as Harun Yahya, is a Turkish author as well as an Islamic creationist.
The Adolf Beck case was a notorious incident of wrongful conviction by mistaken identity, brought about by unreliable methods of identification, erroneous eyewitness testimony, and a rush to convict the accused.
Adolf Philipp, also seen as Adolph Philipp (January 29, 1864 – July 30, 1936), was a successful Broadway composer, writer, lyricist, director, and performer, who also wrote under the pseudonyms Jean Briquet and Paul Hervé.
Adolfo Ferreira Caminha (May 29, 1867 — January 1, 1897) was a Brazilian Naturalist novelist, famous for his polemical novel Bom-Crioulo, which deals with race and homosexuality.
Adolph Abramovich Joffe (Адо́льф Абра́мович Ио́ффе, alternative transliterations Adolf Ioffe or, rarely, Yoffe) (10 October 1883 in Simferopol – 16 November 1927 in Moscow) was a Communist revolutionary, a Bolshevik politician and a Soviet diplomat of Karaite descent.
Adoniran Barbosa, artistic name of João Rubinato (6 August 1910, Valinhos - 23 November 1982, São Paulo), was a noted Brazilian São Paulo style samba singer and composer.
Adoré Floupette is the collective pseudonym of French authors Henri Beauclair and Gabriel Vicaire used for their 1885 literary spoof titled Les Déliquescences d'Adoré Floupette, a collection of poems satirising French symbolism and the Decadent movement.
Adrenaline is the first novel written by James Robert Baker (1946–1997), an American author of sharply satirical, predominantly gay-themed transgressional fiction.
Adult (stylized as ADULT.) is an American band from Detroit, Michigan, formed in 1998.
The Advanced Access Content System (AACS) is a standard for content distribution and digital rights management, intended to restrict access to and copying of the post-DVD generation of optical discs.
Advanced Persistent Threat 33 (APT33) is a hacker group identified by FireEye as being supported by the government of Iran.
Adventure Time is an American animated television series created by Pendleton Ward for Cartoon Network.
An advice column is a column traditionally presented in a magazine or newspaper, though it can also be delivered through other news media, such as the internet and broadcast news media.
Aesara of Lucania (Αἰσάρα Aisara; 4th or 3rd century BC) was a Pythagorean philosopher who wrote On Human Nature, of which a fragment is preserved by Stobaeus.
Afferbeck Lauder was the pseudonym used by Alastair Ardoch Morrison (21 September 1911 – 15 March 1998), an Australian graphic artist and author who in the 1960s documented Strine in the song With Air Chew and a series of books beginning with Let Stalk Strine (Ure Smith, Sydney, Australia, 1965).
Afrob (born Robert Zemichiel in 1977 in Italy) is an Italian-born German rapper of Eritrean descent.
Agapito Robleda Castro (d. January 5, 2016) was a Honduran politician.
Serob Vartanian, more prominently known by his nom de guerre Aghbiur Serob (Աղբիւր Սերոբ) or Serob Pasha (Սերոբ Փաշա, 1864 – 24 November 1899) born Serob Vardanian (Սերոբ Վարդանեան) was a famed Armenian military commander who organized a guerrilla network that fought against the Ottoman Empire during the latter part of the 19th century.
An agnomen (plural: agnomina), in the Roman naming convention, was a nickname, just as the cognomen was initially.
Agostino Imondi is an Italian documentary film director.
Agustina Elvira Vivero, popularly known by her pseudonym Cumbio and given the nickname La Reina de Los Floggers (born 6 May 1991), is an Argentine photoblogger.
Aharon-Ya'akov Greenberg (אהרן-יעקב גרינברג, born 15 March 1900, died 2 April 1963) was an Israeli politician who served as a member of the Knesset from 1949 until 1951, and again from 1955 until his death in 1963.
Ahmad Ibrahim Al-Thawadi (احمد إبراهيم الذوادي) was the chairman of the Democratic Progressive Tribune, a leftist political party in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Ahmad Shah (nom de guerre Mohammad Ismail; –) was a local (to the Kunar Province of Afghanistan) who commanded a group of fighters operating in eastern Afghanistan and was linked to Gulbadin Hekmatyar.
Ahmad Shah Massoud (Dari Persian: احمد شاه مسعود; September 2, 1953September 9, 2001) was an Afghan political and military leader.
Ahmet Ertegun (Turkish spelling: Ahmet Ertegün; (– December 14, 2006) was a Turkish-American businessman, songwriter and philanthropist. He was best known as the co-founder and president of Atlantic Records, and for discovering and championing many leading rhythm and blues and rock musicians. He also wrote classic blues and pop songs, and served as the chairman of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and museum, located in Cleveland, Ohio. Ertegun has been described as "one of the most significant figures in the modern recording industry." In 2017 he was inducted into Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame in recognition of his work in the music business. He was also a significant figure in fostering ties between the U.S. and Turkey, his birthplace. He served as the chairman of the American Turkish Society for over 20 years until his death. He also co-founded the New York Cosmos soccer team of the original North American Soccer League.
Ahn Chol (born 1971 or 1972) is a pseudonymous freelance journalist who shot the footage for the film Children of the Secret State, a movie about the condition of orphans in North Korea.
Ahn Doo-hee (alternative spelling: Ahn Doo-whi) (24 March 1917 in Ryongchon County – 23 October 1996) carried out the assassination of nationalist Korean leader Kim Koo on 26 June 1949.
Harakat Ahrar al-Sham al-Islamiyya (lit), commonly referred to as Ahrar al-Sham, is a coalition of multiple Islamist and Salafist units that coalesced into a single brigade and later a division in order to fight against the Syrian Government led by Bashar al-Assad during the Syrian Civil War.
Aidan Hughes is a commercial artist.
Aiden Aslin is a British foreign volunteer who fought with the Kurdish YPG militia in Rojava, northern Syria.
Ain't It Cool News (AICN) is a website founded by Harry Knowles and run by Dannie Knowles, dedicated to news, rumors and reviews of upcoming and current films, television and comic book projects, with an emphasis on science fiction, superhero, fantasy, horror and action genres.
Airjet Exploracao Aerea de Carga (a.k.a Airjet) is an airline based in Angola.
a.k.a., A.K.A., AKA, aka or a/k/a may refer to.
Philippe Fragione, better known by his stage name Akhenaton (born 17 September 1968, Marseille), is a French rapper and producer of French hip hop.
is a Japanese business executive and the current president of Toyota Motor Corporation.
Arthur Bernard Leaner (June 30, 1908 – September 6, 1978), who was known professionally as Al Benson, was an American radio DJ, music promoter and record label owner in Chicago between the 1940s and 1960s.
Al Berto was the pseudonym used by the Portuguese poet Alberto Raposo Pidwell Tavares (January 11, 1948, Coimbra – June 13, 1997, Lisbon).
Alan Hewetson (August 30, 1946 Interview conducted May 26, 1973. – January 6, 2004) Additional.
Albert J. Trace (December 25, 1900 – August 31, 1993) was an American songwriter and orchestra leader of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s whose peak of popularity was reached in the Chicago area during the height of the Big Band era.
Al-Husayn ibn Zikrawayh, also known under his assumed name Sahib al-Shama ("Man with the Mole"), was a Qarmatian leader in the Syrian Desert in the early years of the 10th century.
Al-Nusra Front or Jabhat al-Nusra (جبهة النصرة.), known as Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (جبهة فتح الشام, transliteration: Jabhat Fataḥ al-Šām) after July 2016, and also described as al-Qaeda in Syria or al-Qaeda in the Levant, was a Salafist jihadist organization fighting against Syrian government forces in the Syrian Civil War.
Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen (HSM; حركة الشباب المجاهدين,; Xarakada Mujaahidiinta Alshabaab, lit. "Mujahideen Youth Movement" or "Movement of Striving Youth"), more commonly known as al-Shabaab (lit), is a jihadist fundamentalist group based in East Africa.
Alain Payet (17 January 1947 – 13 December 2007 in Paris as a result of cancer), also known under the pseudonyms John Pardaillan, John and Frederick Brasil Amor, James Gardner, James Gartner and Alain Garnier, was a film director of French pornographic movies and erotica.
Alaler Gharer Dulal (Bengali: আলালের ঘরের দুলাল, published in 1857) is a Bengali novel by Peary Chand Mitra (1814-1883).
Alan Caillou was the nom de plume of Alan Samuel Lyle-Smythe M.B.E., M.C. (9 November 1914 – 1 October 2006), an English born author, actor, screenwriter, soldier, policeman and professional hunter.
Alan Edward Nourse (August 11, 1928 – July 19, 1992) was an American science fiction (SF) writer and physician.
Alan Ferguson (born 1963) is an American music video director.
Alan John Dixon (July 7, 1927 – July 6, 2014) was an American politician and member of the Democratic Party who served in the Illinois General Assembly from 1951 to 1971, as the Illinois Treasurer from 1971 to 1977, as the Illinois Secretary of State from 1977 to 1981 and as a U.S. Senator from 1981 until 1993.
Alan L. Hart (October 4, 1890 – July 1, 1962) was an American physician, radiologist, tuberculosis researcher, writer and novelist.
Alan Mac Clyde is the pseudonym of two different French authors of pornographic novels, the first active in the 1930s, the second in the 1950s.
Alan McKenzie is a British comics writer and editor known for his work at 2000 AD.
Alan Smithee (also Allen Smithee) is an official pseudonym used by film directors who wish to disown a project.
The Norwegian DJ Alan Walker has released one extended play, 12 singles, 15 remixes and eight music videos.
Alexander Norwich Tayler (11 July 1870 – 8 November 1937) and his sister Helen Agnes Henrietta Tayler (24 March 1869 – 10 April 1951) were British historical writers, specialising in 17th and 18th century Scottish and English history.
The Alastor Cluster is the fictional setting of three of American writer Jack Vance's novels: Trullion: Alastor 2262, Marune: Alastor 933, and Wyst: Alastor 1716, each named after a world in the cluster.
Albert Anastasia (born Umberto Anastasio, September 26, 1902 – October 25, 1957) was an Italian Cosa Nostra mobster, one of the most ruthless and feared organized crime figures in United States history.
Albert Charles Campbell (August 19, 1872 – January 25, 1947) was an American popular music singer who recorded between the late 1890s and the 1920s.
Albert Campion is a fictional character in a series of detective novels and short stories by Margery Allingham.
Albert Camus (7 November 1913 – 4 January 1960) was a French philosopher, author, and journalist.
Albert Edward Horsley (March 18, 1866 – April 13, 1954), best known by the pseudonym Harry Orchard, was a miner convicted of the 1905 political assassination of former Idaho Governor Frank Steunenberg.
Albert Kirchner, better known under pseudonymn Léar was a French photographer, manufacturer, exhibitor,Richard Abel,, Taylor & Francis, 2005,, p.518 and filmmaker who is noted for producing several religious and erotic films.
Albert Leffingwell (1895–1946) was a novelist who wrote crime and mystery thrillers under the pen names Dana Chambers and Giles Jackson.
Albessen is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Kusel district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Albin Prepeluh (22 February 1881 – 20 November 1937) was a Slovenian left wing politician, journalist, editor, political theorist and translator.
An album musical is a type of recording that sounds like an original cast album but is created specifically for the recording medium and is complete entertainment product in itself, rather than just promoting or reflecting an existing or planned musical theatre production or revue.
Alec Seward (born Alexander T. Seward, March 16, 1901 – May 11, 1972) was an American Piedmont blues and country blues singer, guitarist and songwriter.
Aleksandar Ranković (nom de guerre Leka; Александар Ранковић Лека; 28 November 1909 – 19 August 1983) was a Yugoslav communist of Serb origin, considered to be the third most powerful man in Yugoslavia after Josip Broz Tito and Edvard Kardelj.
Aleksander Arkuszyński ps. Maj (27 February 1918, Dąbrowa nad Czarną, Poland – 1 April 2016, Ksawerów, Poland) was a brigade general officer for the Polish Armed Forces and a knight in the Virtuti Militari, who was twice awarded the Cross of Valour for his actions during the Second World War.
Aleksander Świętochowski (pseudonyms Poseł Prawdy and others; 18 January 1849 – 25 April 1938) was a Polish writer, educator, and philosopher of the Positivist period that followed the January 1863 Uprising.
Aleksander Kamiński, assumed name: Aleksander Kędzierski.
Aleksander Krzyżanowski nom de guerre "Wilk" (February 18, 1895 – September 29, 1951) was a Polish army officer, major, member of the Polish resistance movement in World War II and Commandant of the Armia Krajowa in the Vilnius Region.
Count Alessandro di Cagliostro (2 June 1743 – 26 August 1795) was the alias of the occultist Giuseppe Balsamo (in French usually referred to as Joseph Balsamo). Cagliostro was an Italian adventurer and self-styled magician.
Aletheia, M. D. is a pseudonym for the anonymous author of the Rationalist's Manual published London: Watts & Co., 1897.
Alex Bail (1900 – June 8, 1973) was an American radical and union leader.
Alexander George Clare (born 14 September 1985) is a British singer and songwriter.
Alex Cross is a fictional character created by author James Patterson.
Alex Joseph (1936 – September 27, 1998) (born Alec Richard Joseph; also referred to as Ronald Ellison) was an outspoken polygamist and founder of the Confederate Nations of Israel, a Mormon fundamentalist sect.
Alexander "Alex P" Papaconstantinou (Greek: Αλέξανδρος "Άλεξ" Παπακωνσταντίνου; born 29 December 1979 in Brännkyrka, Sweden), is a Greek-Swedish songwriter and music producer of Greek origin.
Alexander "Alex" Bittelman (1890–1982) was a Russian-born Jewish-American communist political activist, Marxist theorist, influential theoretician of the Communist Party USA and writer.
Alexander Danieliuk-Stefanski (also Stefański or Ștefanski; 30 November 1897, Warsaw – 21 August 1937, Moscow) was a Polish communist politician, active in Poland and in the Soviet Union.
Alexander Day (also known as Marmaduke Davenport, Esq.) was a British sharper known for cons committed in London in September 1722.
Alexander Kazbegi (ალექსანდრე ყაზბეგი, Aleksandre Q’azbegi) (1848–1893) was a Georgian writer, famous for his 1883 novel The Patricide.
Alexander Miasnikian, Myasnikyan or Myasnikov (Ալեքսանդր Մյասնիկյան; Алекса́ндр Фёдорович Мяснико́в; Alexander Fyodorovich Myasnikov; 28 January 1886 – 22 March 1925) was an Armenian Bolshevik revolutionary and official.
Alexander P. Sachal, born November 15, 1924 in Kiev, Ukraine, is a Russian artist who lives in the United States.
Alexander Konstantinovch Sheller (Алекса′ндр Константи′нович Ше′ллер, 11 August 1838, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire, – 4 December 1900, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire) was a Russian writer of Estonian and Polish origins.
Peter Alexander Freiherr von Ungern-Sternberg (22 April 1806 – 24 August 1869) also known as Alexander von Sternberg, was a Baltic German novelist, poet and painter who worked under the pseudonym Sylvan.
Alexander White (1738 – September 19, 1804) was a distinguished early American lawyer and politician in the present-day U.S. states of Virginia and West Virginia.
Alexandre Bras-de-Fer was a flibustier (French buccaneer) in the latter half of the mid-17th century.
Alexandre Mercereau (Paris, 22 October 1884 – 1945) was a French symbolist poet and critic associated with Unanimism and the Abbaye de Créteil.
Alexandros Kontoulis (Αλέξανδρος Κοντούλης, 1858–1933) was a Greek Army officer who rose to the rank of Lieutenant General.
Alexandros Othonaios (Αλέξανδρος Οθωναίος, Gytheio, 1879 – Athens, 20 September 1970) was a distinguished Greek general, who became briefly the acting Prime Minister of Greece, heading an emergency government during an abortive coup in 1933.
Alexandros Rosios (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Ρόσιος, 1917 — 30 August 2005), also known by the nom de guerre Ypsilantis, was a member of the Greek Communist Party (KKE) and officer of the Greek People's Liberation Army (ELAS), and later the Democratic Army of Greece (DSE).
Alexandru Dobrogeanu-Gherea or Alexandru Gherea (rendered in Russian as Александр Доброджану-Геря or Доброжану-Гере - Aleksandr Dobrodzhanu-Gerya /Dobrozhanu-Gere; July 7, 1879, Ploieşti—November 4, 1937, Moscow, Soviet Union) was a Romanian communist militant and son of socialist, sociologist and literary critic Constantin Dobrogeanu-Gherea.
Alexei Volkoff is the alias and alter ego of Hartley Winterbottom (codename Agent X), a fictional character on the television series Chuck.
Alexis (September 18, 1946 – September 7, 1977) was the pseudonym of Dominique Vallet, a French comics artist, best known for his work on the series Al Crane and Superdupont.
Alex Ceslaw Maurice Jean Brimeyer (1946–1995) was a false pretender who claimed connection to various European thrones.
Alessio Piemontese, also known under his Latinized name of Alexius Pedemontanus, was the pseudonym of a 16th-century Italian physician, alchemist, and author of the immensely popular book, The Secrets of Alexis of Piedmont.
Guillermo León Sáenz Vargas (22 July 1948 – 4 November 2011), more commonly known by his nom de guerre Alfonso Cano, was the commander of the militant group known as Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia, FARC).
Alfred Coppel, Alfredo Jose de Arana-Marini Coppel (November 9, 1921 – May 30, 2004) was an American author.
Alfred Delilia, full name Alfred Georges Marie Delilia, (16 September 1844 – 5 May 1916) was a French playwright, journalist, and chansonnier.
Alfred Frenzel (1899-1968) was a West German member of parliament, who was secretly conducting espionage for Czechoslovakia while serving on the Bundestag's Defense Committee.
Alfred Rosmer (born Alfred Griot, 1877–1964) was an American-born French political activist and historian.
Alfred Szklarski (January 21, 1912 in Chicago – April 9, 1992 in Katowice) was a Polish author of youth literature.
Alfred Wagenknecht (August 15, 1881 – August 26, 1956) was an American Marxist activist and political functionary.
Alfredo Dinis, often known by its nom de guerre, "Alex", was a notable Portuguese anti-fascist, member of the Portuguese Communist Party.
Al-Sayyid Ali al-Husseini al-Sistani (السيد علي الحسيني السيستاني), or Sayyed Ali Hosseini Sistani (سید علی حسینی سیستانی), commonly known as Ayatollah Sistani in the Western world (born August 4, 1930 in Mashhad), is an Iranian Shia marja in Iraq and the head of many of the seminaries (Hawzahs) in Najaf.
Domingo Francisco Jorge Badía y Leblich (Domènec Badia i Leblich; 1767–1818), better known by his pseudonym and nom de plume Ali Bey el Abbassi (علي باي العباسي, Alī Bay al-Abasī), was a Spanish explorer, soldier, and spy in the early 19th century.
Alias or aliasing may refer to.
Alice and Bob are fictional characters commonly used as placeholder names in cryptology, as well as science and engineering literature.
Alice B. Emerson is a pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate for the Betty Gordon and Ruth Fielding series of children's novels.
Alice Campion is the pseudonym of a group of Australian writers who have published two collaborative novels, The Painted Sky (Random House, 2015; published in German as Der Bunte Himmel, Ullstein Verlag 2015), and The Shifting Light (Penguin Random House, 2017).
Alice Pleasance Hargreaves (née Liddell; 4 May 1852 – 16 November 1934) was, in her childhood, an acquaintance and photography subject of Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson).
Alice or the Last Escapade (Alice ou la dernière fugue) is a 1977 French film written and directed by Claude Chabrol.
Alien 2: On Earth, also known as Alien Terror and Strangers, is a 1980 science fiction horror film, written and directed by Ciro Ippolito before the trademark Alien was registered.
"All for the Beatles" is a song written and released in 1964 by Harry Nilsson and John Marascalco.
All Saints' Church, Poplar, is a church in Newby Place, Poplar, London Borough of Tower Hamlets, and is the Church of England parish church of Poplar.
All Systems Go 2 is a compilation album by the San Diego, California rock band Rocket from the Crypt, released in 1999 by singer/guitarist John Reis' record label Swami Records.
All-American PublicationsThe name is spelled with a hyphen per its logo (pictured) and sources including at Don Markstein's Toonopedia.
Captain Allan Rucker Bosworth (ps Alamo Boyd, Jackson W. Horne) (October 29, 1901 – July 18, 1986) served in the United States Navy and United States Navy Reserve for some 38 years and authored a number of books as well as magazine articles.
Allen Bert Christman (May 31, 1915 – January 23, 1942), known professionally as Bert Christman, was an American cartoonist and naval aviator.
Allen Willis (June 10, 1916 – February 23, 2011) was an American documentary film director.
The Alliance of Southern Forces is a Syrian rebel coalition consisting of 8 rebel factions from the Free Syrian Army's Southern Front.
Alexander "Ally" Sloper is the eponymous fictional character of the comic strip Ally Sloper.
Ally Sloper's Half Holiday was a British comics magazine, first published on 3 May 1884.
Alois Brunner (8 April 1912 – 2001 or 2010) was an Austrian Schutzstaffel (SS) officer who worked as Adolf Eichmann's assistant.
Alojzy Wir-Konas (Maków Podhalański, 1894 – 1940) was a Polish military commander and the Colonel in the Polish Army.
Alonso Fernández de Avellaneda is the pseudonym of a man who wrote a sequel to Cervantes' Don Quixote.
Alonso Quijano (spelled Quixano in English and Early Modern Spanish) is the personal name of the famous fictional hidalgo or knight better known as Don Quijote, the leading character of the novel Don Quijote de la Mancha, written by Miguel de Cervantes.
Aloud is an American indie rock band known for its songwriting and vocal prowess, as well as using a two lead singer approach.
Alparslan Türkeş (25 November 1917 – 4 April 1997) was a Turkish politician who was the founder and president of the Nationalist Movement Party.
AlphaBay Market was an online darknet market which operated on a onion service of the Tor network.
The alt-right, or alternative right, is a loosely-connected and somewhat ill-defined grouping of white supremacists/white nationalists, neo-Nazis, neo-fascists, neo-Confederates and other far-right fringe hate groups.
alt.fan.warlord is a Usenet newsgroup dedicated to the dissection and flaming of signature files (sigs) used in other Usenet groups.
An alter ego (Latin, "the other I") is a second self, which is believed to be distinct from a person's normal or true original personality.
Alvin C. Hollingsworth (25 February 1928 – July 14, 2000), at the Lambiek Comiclopedia.
Alzey is a Verband-free town – one belonging to no Verbandsgemeinde – in the Alzey-Worms district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Amanda Christina Elizabeth Aldridge, also known as Amanda Ira Aldridge (10 March 1866 – 9 March 1956), was a British opera singer, teacher and composer, under the pseudonym of Montague Ring.
Charles Amédée de Noé, known as Cham (January 26, 1818, Paris – September 6, 1879, Paris), was a French caricaturist and lithographer.
Amélie Claire Leroy (1851–1934) was an English writer, who wrote over 60 works often using the pseudonym Esmè Stuart.
Amílcar Lopes da Costa Cabral (–) was a Bissau-Guinean and Cape Verdean agricultural engineer, intellectual, poet, theoretician, revolutionary, political organizer, nationalist and diplomat.
An American comic book is a thin periodical, typically 32-pages, containing comics content.
The American Negro Labor Congress was established in 1925 by the Communist Party as a vehicle for advancing the rights of African-Americans, propagandizing for communism within the black community and recruiting African-American members for the party.
Amiga Power (AP) was a monthly magazine about Amiga video games.
Amir Reko (born 1963), known by his nom de guerre Makedonac ("the Macedonian"), is a Bosnian-Danish entrepreneur, formerly military officer in the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA), and a commander in the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ARBiH) during the Bosnian War (1992–1995).
Amityville 3-D (also known as Amityville III: The Demon) is a 1983 American supernatural horror film and the third film based on the Amityville horror.
Amjad Farooqi (1972 – September 26, 2004) (Urdu: امجد فاروقی), known by the alias Amjad Hussain (Urdu: امجد حسین), was an Islamic militant.
An Israeli Love Story is a play translated from the Hebrew play Sippur Ahava Eretz Yisraeli.
Ana Daniel (19 May 1928 – 30 November 2011), pseudonym of Maria de Lourdes d’Oliveira Canellas da Assunção Sousa, was a Portuguese poet.
Ana María (17 May 1929 – 6 April 1983) was the "nom de guerre" of Mélida Anaya Montes, the second in command of the Fuerzas Populares de Liberación Farabundo Martí (FPL), the oldest of the five guerilla organizations making up the FMLN, in El Salvador.
Ana Mercedes Perez (1910, Puerto Cabello – 1994; pseudonym "Claribel") was a Venezuelan poet, writer, translator, journalist and diplomat.
Ana Victoria Boccadoro Miguel (born December 8, 1983), known pseudonymously as Ana Victoria, is an American singer, songwriter, dancer and record producer.
Anagnostaras (Αναγνωσταράς; 1760 in Poliani – May 8, 1825 in Sphacteria) was a Greek revolutionary, a leading member of the Filiki Etaireia, and later a general and War Minister of the Greek War of Independence.
Analog Bubblebath Vol 2 is the second EP released by the musician Richard D. James, under the alias of AFX.
Analogue Bubblebath Vol 3 is the third EP by electronic musician Richard D. James, under the pseudonym of AFX, released 1 February 1993, on Rephlex Records.
The Analytical Review was an English periodical that was published from 1788 to 1798, having been established in London by the publisher Joseph Johnson and the writer Thomas Christie.
Katakam Sudarshan, commonly known by his nom de guerre, Anand, is a Politburo member of the Communist Party of India (Maoist), a banned Maoist insurgent communist party in India.
Anarchism in the UK initially developed within the context of radical Whiggery and Protestant religious dissent.
Anarchism in the United States began in the mid-19th century and started to grow in influence as it entered the American labor movements, growing an anarcho-communist current as well as gaining notoriety for violent propaganda by the deed and campaigning for diverse social reforms in the early 20th century.
Anarcho-primitivism is an anarchist critique of the origins and progress of civilization.
Anat Ninio (ענת ניניו; born August 10, 1944) is a professor emeritus of psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
Anatol is a play by Austrian playwright Arthur Schnitzler, published in 1893.
Anatoly Vasilievich Kuznetsov (Анато́лий Васи́льевич Кузнецо́в; August 18, 1929, Kiev – June 13, 1979, London) was a Russian-language Soviet writer who described his experiences in German-occupied Kiev during World War II in his internationally acclaimed novel Babi Yar: A Document in the Form of a Novel.
Ancient Egyptian literature was written in the Egyptian language from ancient Egypt's pharaonic period until the end of Roman domination.
Anders Morgenthaler (born 5 December 1972) is a Danish comics artist, children's book author, animator and film director.
Anders Rønnow Klarlund born 1971, is a Danish author, director and screenwriter.
André Bloch (20 November 1893 – 11 October 1948) was a French mathematician who is best remembered for his fundamental contribution to complex analysis.
André Gill (17 October 1840 – 1 May 1885) was a French caricaturist.
André Hardellet (13 February 1911 – 24 July 1974) was a French poet and writer.
Marc André Laguerre (February 21, 1915 – January 18, 1979) was a journalist and magazine editor, best known as the managing editor of Sports Illustrated from 1960 to 1974, during which time he oversaw the growth in the magazine from a niche publication to become the industry leader in weekly sports magazines.
André Rivoire (5 May 1872 – 19 August 1930) was a French poet and playwright whose work was defined by the delicate precision of his observation.
Andre Stander (1946 – 13 February 1984) (pronounced STUN-der, not STAND-er) was a South African criminal and policeman.
Andreas Eudaemon-Joannis (1566–1625) Charles E. O'Neill, Diccionario histórico de la Compañía de Jesús: biográfico-temático.
Andreas Tzimas (Ανδρέας Τζήμας; Kastoria, 1 September 1909 – Prague, 1 December 1972), known also under his World War II-era nom de guerre of Vasilis Samariniotis (Βασίλης Σαμαρινιώτης), was a leading Greek Communist politician, best known as one of the leading triumvirate of the Greek People's Liberation Army during the Axis occupation of Greece.
Andreas Untersberger (1874–1944) was an Austrian painter who worked under the pseudonym A. Juenger.
Andreï Sergueïevitch Makine (Андрей Серге́евич Макин; born 10 September 1957) is a Russian-born French novelist.
Andrei Donatovich Sinyavsky (Андре́й Дона́тович Синя́вский, 8 October 1925 in Moscow – 25 February 1997 in Paris) was a Russian writer, dissident, political prisoner, emigrant, Professor of Sorbonne University, magazine founder and publisher.
Andrej Preston (born c. 1986), also known under the pseudonym Slonček (meaning "little elephant" in Slovene), is the founder of the former BitTorrent site Suprnova.org.
Andrew Bujalski (born April 29, 1977 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American film director, screenwriter and actor, who has been called the "Godfather of Mumblecore.".
Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report is a monthly newsletter that reviews luxury hotels and resorts, typically smaller, more individual ventures.
Andrew Holleran is the pseudonym of Eric Garber (born 1943), a novelist, essayist, and short story writer.
Andrew Tobias (born April 20, 1947) is an American writer.
Andrzej Kowerski (18 May 1912 in Łabunie, Zamość County, Lublin Province, eastern Poland – 8 December 1988 in Munich) was a Polish Army officer and SOE agent during World War II.
Adolf Andreas Meyer (born 2 November 1960), best known by his stage name Andy Borg, is an Austrian Schlager singer and TV presenter.
Anthony George "Andy" Sannella (March 11, 1900 - December 10, 1962) was an American musician and bandleader.
Andy Stamets (also known by the pseudonyms ND, The Flame, and Black Flame) is an American guitarist notable as a member of Rocket from the Crypt,Puls, Eric (1993) "Rocket From the Crypt Is Crankable", Chicago Sun-Times, May 7, 1993, p. 19 Beehive & the Barracudas, and the Sultans.
Aneta Florczyk pseud. Atena (born 26 February 1982 in Malbork) – is a Polish female athlete and strongwoman.
FPJ's Ang Probinsyano (/ English: Brothers) is a 2015 Philippine action drama television series based on the 1997 Fernando Poe Jr. film of the same title, courtesy of FPJ Productions.
Angelica Bella is a Hungarian pornographic actress.
Angelique Pettyjohn (born Dorothy Lee Perrins, March 11, 1943 – February 14, 1992) was an American actress and burlesque queen.
Angelo Sabino or in Latin Angelus Sabinus (fl. 1460s–1470s) was an Italian Renaissance humanist, poet laureate, classical philologist, Ovidian impersonator, and putative rogue.
Angelus is a weekly magazine published jointly by The Tidings Corporation and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, the most populous Catholic archdiocese in the United States.
Angoroj (Agonies) is a 1964 film.
Angus Dun (May 4, 1892, New York – August 12, 1971, Washington) was a noted United States clergyman and author, who served as the 4th Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington in Washington, DC.
Angus Stone (born 27 April 1986) is an Australian folk singer-songwriter and record producer-engineer.
Anina, also known by the pseudonym Anina.net, is an American-born international fashion model, blogger, and fashion technology and wearables event producer.
Anjani Putra (English: Son of Anjani) is an Indian Kannada action masala film directed by A. Harsha and produced by M. N. Kumar.
Ann Lee (born Annerley Emma Gordon, 12 November 1967) is a British Eurodance singer and songwriter who rose to fame in the late 1990s.
Ann McCrea, also known as Ann McCrea Borden (born February 25, 1931), is a former American actress best known for her role as Midge Kelsey in sixty-nine episodes from 1963 to 1966 of the ABC situation comedy series The Donna Reed Show.
Anna Lacková-Zora (* 7 August 1899, Mošovce - † 8 September 1988, Myjava) was a Slovak author.
Anna Mae Winburn, née Darden (August 13, 1913 – September 30, 1999) was an African-American vocalist and jazz bandleader who flourished beginning in the mid-1930s.
Anna O. was the pseudonym of a patient of Josef Breuer, who published her case study in his book Studies on Hysteria, written in collaboration with Sigmund Freud.
Theodora "Theo" Anna Sprüngli (15 August 1880 – 8 May 1953), better known under the pseudonym Anna Rüling, was a German journalist whose speech in 1904 was the first political speech to address the problems faced by lesbians.
Anna Troberg (born 9 April 1974 in Landskrona) is a translator, author, and former party leader of the Swedish Pirate Party.
Anna Wickham was the pseudonym of Edith Alice Mary Harper (1883–1947), an English/Australian poet who was a pioneer of modernist poetry, and one of the most important female poets writing during the first half of the twentieth century.
Annapurna Devi Mandir (अन्नपूर्णा देवी मंदिर), (a.k.a. Annapurna Mata Mandir and Annapurna Mandir), is one of the most famous temples in the holy city of Varanasi.
Anne Cécile Desclos (23 September 1907 – 27 April 1998) was a French journalist and novelist who wrote under the pseudonyms Dominique Aury and Pauline Réage.
Anne Hepple Dickinson, née Batty, (16 October 1877 – 10 November 1959) wrote romantic novels under the pseudonym Anne Hepple.
Anne Holm, born Else Anne Jørgensen (10 September 1922 – 27 December 1998) was a Danish journalist and children's writer.
Anne Johnson Davis (died July 29, 2010) was an American woman who claimed to have survived satanic ritual abuse in her childhood; she published a memoir, Hell Minus One, in 2008.
Anne Josephine Robinson (born 26 September 1944) is an English television presenter and journalist, known for her acerbic style of presenting.
Anne Steele (pen name, Theodosia; 171711 November 1778) was an English Baptist and hymn writer and essayist.
Anne Wingate, born in 1943, is a mystery, fantasy, and romance writer currently living in Salt Lake City, Utah.
(born 10 June 1955) is a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
Annie Walsh (fl. 1870-1880), known under the pseudonym Battle Annie, was an American criminal and member of the Gopher Gang.
Anonymity, adjective "anonymous", is derived from the Greek word ἀνωνυμία, anonymia, meaning "without a name" or "namelessness".
An anonymous blog is a blog without any acknowledged author or contributor.
An anonymous post is an entry on a bulletin board system, Internet forum, or other discussion forums, without a screen name or more commonly by using a non-identifiable pseudonym.
Another Girl, Another Planet is an original novel by Len Beech (a pseudonym for Steve Bowkett) and Martin Day featuring the fictional archaeologist Bernice Summerfield.
"Another Simpsons Clip Show" is the third episode of The Simpsons' sixth season.
Vanguard for the Protection of Muslims in Black Lands (جماعة أنصار المسلمين في بلاد السودان), better known as Ansaru or Al Qaeda in the Lands Beyond the Sahel, is an Islamist jihadist militant organisation based in the northeast of Nigeria.
Antanas Baranauskas (Antonius Baranovski, Antoni Baranowski; January 17, 1835 in Anykščiai – November 26, 1902) was a Lithuanian poet, mathematician and Catholic bishop of Sejny.
Ante Gotovina (born 12 October 1955) is a Croatian retired lieutenant general and former French senior corporal who served in the Croatian War for Independence.
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Anthon Bernhard Elias Nilsen (30 June 1855 – 6 December 1936) was a Norwegian businessman and politician for the Conservative Party.
Antanas "Anthony" Bimba Jr. (1894–1982) was a Lithuanian-born American newspaper editor, historian, and radical political activist.
Anthony O'Neill (born 1964 in Melbourne) is an Australian fiction writer.
This is a list of the main career statistics of New Zealand former tennis player Anthony Wilding (1883–1915) whose amateur career spanned from the beginning of the 20th century until the outbreak of World War I. Wilding won six Grand Slam singles titles, including four Wimbledon Championships.
Anti-Protestantism is bias, hatred or distrust against some or all branches of Protestantism and its followers.
The Anti-Terror Units (Yekîneyên Antî Teror, short: YAT, وحدات مكافحة الأرهاب) are the special forces of the Syrian Democratic Forces, consisting of the best trained and equipped members of the People's Protection Units (YPG) and Women's Protection Units (YPJ).
The Antipodean Resistance is a neo-Nazi and fascist group in Australia.
Antisemitism (also spelled anti-Semitism or anti-semitism) is hostility to, prejudice, or discrimination against Jews.
With only a small and relatively obscure Jewish population, Japan had no traditional antisemitism until nationalist ideology and propaganda influenced a small number of Japanese in the years preceding World War II.
Anton Aškerc (9 January 1856 – 10 June 1912) was an ethnic Slovene poet and Roman Catholic priest who worked in Austria, best known for his epic poems.
Anton Bergmann (Lier, 29 June 1835 – Lier, 21 January 1874) was a Belgian writer and a liberal Flemish activist.
Anton Fransch (c. 1969 – 17 November 1989), nom de guerre Mahomad, was a commander in Umkhonto we Sizwe.
Anton Maegerle is the nom de plume a German journalist.
Anton Emmerich Zischka (von Trochnov) (September 14, 1904 in Vienna – May 31, 1997 Pollença (Majorca, Spain)) was an Austrian journalist and one of the most successful non-fiction writers in the 20th century.
Gen. Antoni Chruściel (nom de guerre Monter; 1895–1960) was a Polish military officer and a general of the Polish Army.
Antoni Olechnowicz (1905–1951) was a Polish military officer.
Antonia Forest (26 May 1915 – 28 November 2003) was the pseudonym of Patricia Giulia Caulfield Kate Rubinstein, an English writer of children's novels whose real name was not made public during her lifetime.
Antonie (Anton) Pannekoek (2 January 1873 – 28 April 1960) was a Dutch astronomer, Marxist theorist, and social revolutionary.
Antonin d'Avrecourt was a French playwright of the 19th century, mostly known for his comedies and vaudevilles.
Antonio Francesco Grazzini or Antonfrancisco Grazzini (March 22, 1503February 18, 1584) was an Italian author.
Antonio García nom de guerre of Eliécer Erlington Chamorro Acosta (born 10 January 1956 in Mocoa, Putumayo Department), one of the main commanders of the Ejército de Liberación Nacional (usually abbreviated to ELN), or National Liberation Army.
General Antonio Luna de San Pedro y Novicio-Ancheta (29 October 1866 – 5 June 1899), was a Filipino army general who fought in the Philippine–American War.
Antonio Papasso is an Italian painter and engraver.
Antonio Z. Atienza Jr. (born August 30, 1959) is a Filipino jeweler.
Anthony Edgar Gartside Wright (6 October 1927 – 30 April 2010), better known by his pseudonym Antony Grey, was a leading English lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights activist.
Antonythasan Jesuthasan (அந்தோனிதாசன் யேசுதாசன்; born 1967), also known by the pseudonym Shobasakthi (ஷோபா சக்தி), is a Sri Lankan Tamil author and actor.
Anup Kumar (17 June 1930 – 3 September 1998) was an Indian film actor who mainly worked in Bengali cinema.
Anveshitha is an Indian horror, supernatural drama, mystery-thriller television serial written by and directed by under the pseudonym Pradyumna.
Anya Sofia Corazon is a fictional superheroine appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Anzor Astemirov (Анзор Астемиров, 3 December 1976 – 24 March 2010), also known as Emir Sayfullah (Sword of God), was an Islamist leader of a terrorist group in the Russian republic of Kabardino-Balkaria, in the North Caucasus.
Apocalypse Production Crew (styled as aPOCALYPSE pRODUCTION cREW or aPC) was a major MP3 warez organization founded by two individuals known under the pseudonyms acid^rain and Viper in May 1997.
Apollo 18 is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock duo They Might Be Giants.
Apology of al-Kindy (also spelled al-Kindi) is a medieval theological polemic.
The Apostolic Penitentiary, formerly called the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Penitentiary, is one of the three tribunals of the Roman Curia.
The Appalachian National Scenic Trail, generally known as the Appalachian Trail or simply the A.T., is a marked hiking trail in the Eastern United States extending between Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine.
"Après toi" (French for "After you") was the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1972 performed in French by Greek singer Vicky Leandros, representing Luxembourg.
(born March 13, 1934), a Japanese graphic artist, illustrator and painter.
is a multimedia project series made in collaboration by Gust Corporation and Banpresto (currently subsidiaries of Tecmo Koei and Namco Bandai Games respectively) consisting of video games, manga, and an OVA.
Arabic names were historically based on a long naming system; most Arabs did not have given/middle/family names, but a full chain of names.
Arcandam was a celebrated astrological pseudonym of the sixteenth century, under which books of predictions were published in Latin and French from about 1540.
Arena of Antares is a science fiction novel by British writer Kenneth Bulmer, written under the pseudonym of Alan Burt Akers; it is seventh volumes in his Dray Prescot series of sword and planet novels, set on the fictional world of Kregen, a planet of the Antares star system in the constellation of Scorpio.
Arin Joseph Hanson (born January 6, 1987), also known by his Internet pseudonym Egoraptor, is an American Internet personality, animator, cartoonist, comedian, voice actor and songwriter.
Athanasios Klaras (Αθανάσιος Κλάρας, August 27, 1905 – June 16, 1945), better known by the nom de guerre Ares or Aris Velouchiotis (Άρης Βελουχιώτης), was the most prominent leader and chief instigator of the Greek People's Liberation Army (ELAS), the military branch of the National Liberation Front (EAM), which was the major resistance organization in occupied Greece from 1942 to 1945.
Armada of Antares is a science fiction novel written by Kenneth Bulmer under the pseudonym of Alan Burt Akers, and is volume eleven in his extensive Dray Prescot series of sword and planet novels, set on the fictional world of Kregen, a planet of the Antares star system in the constellation of Scorpio.
Armand d'Artois (3 Octobre 1788 – 28 March 1867) was a 19th-century French playwright and librettist, and also Achille d'Artois's brother.
Garegin or Karekin Pastermadjian (classical Գարեգին Փաստրմաճեան), better known by his nom de guerre Armen Garo or Armen Karo (Արմեն Գարո; 9 February 1872 – 23 March 1923) was an Armenian nationalist activist and politician.
Fedayi (Western Ֆէտայի Fedayi; Eastern Ֆիդայի Fidayi), also known as the Armenian irregular units or Armenian militia, were Armenian civilians who voluntarily left their families to form self-defense units and irregular armed bands in reaction to the mass murder of Armenians and the pillage of Armenian villages by criminals, tribal Kurdish forces, and Hamidian guards during the reign of Abdul Hamid II in late 19th and early 20th centuries, known as the Hamidian massacres.
The Armenian volunteer units (Հայ կամավորական ջոկատներ Hay kamavorakan jokatner) were units composed of Armenians within the Imperial Russian Army during World War I. Composed of several groups at battalion strength, its ranks were primarily made up of Armenians from the Russian Empire, though there were also a number of Armenians from the Ottoman Empire.
Armia Krajowa Obywatelska (AKO, Citizens' Home Army) was a Polish military anticommunist organization, and a successor of the disbanded Polish anti-Nazi resistance Home Army (Armia Krajowa, AK).
Armitage Shanks is a British manufacturer of bathroom fixtures and plumbing supplies.
The Armory Show, also known as the International Exhibition of Modern Art, was a show organized by the Association of American Painters and Sculptors in 1913.
The Army of Revolutionaries (Jayš al-Thuwwār), or Jaysh al-Thuwar, is a multi-ethnic armed Syrian rebel coalition that is allied with the primarily Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) and participating in the Syrian Civil War as part of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
Arne Anka is a Swedish comic strip drawn by Charlie Christensen under the pseudonym Alexander Barks from 1983 to 1995 and 2006 and forward.
ArnoCorps is a rock band based in San Francisco, CA which exclusively performs songs based on the films of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
circumnavigation of the globe (1889-1890), in the ''New York World'', 26 January 1890. Around the World in Seventy-Two Days is an 1890 book by journalist Elizabeth Jane Cochrane, writing under her pseudonym, Nellie Bly.
Arriba (Spanish for "up") was a Spanish daily newspaper published in Madrid between 1935 and 1979.
Arrigo Boito (24 February 1842 10 June 1918) (whose original name was Enrico Giuseppe Giovanni Boito and who wrote essays under the anagrammatic pseudonym of Tobia Gorrio), was an Italian poet, journalist, novelist, librettist and composer, best known today for his libretti, especially those for Giuseppe Verdi's operas Otello and Falstaff, and his own opera Mefistofele.
Arseny Ivanovich Vvedensky (Арсений Иванович Введенский, 7 November 1844, Tver Governorate, Imperial Russia – 30 October 1909, Bologoye, Novgorod Governorate, Imperial Russia) was a Russian literary critic and historian, essayist and author of feuilletons, which he published in Golos, using the pseudonym Aristarkhov.
Art competitions formed part of the modern Olympic Games during its early years, from 1912 to 1948.
Arthur Hindle (born July 21, 1948) is a Canadian actor and director.
Artemio Ricarte y García (October 20, 1866 – July 31, 1945) was a Filipino general during the Philippine Revolution and the Philippine–American War.
Arthur Besse is a pseudonym chosen by a group of French differential geometers, led by Marcel Berger, following the model of Nicolas Bourbaki.
Arthur Ernest Ewert (1890-1959) was a German communist political activist and functionary of the Communist International (Comintern).
Arthur Fields (August 6, 1884 – March 29, 1953) was an American singer (baritone) and songwriter.
Arthur Gary Bishop (September 29, 1952 – June 10, 1988) was an American convicted sex offender and serial killer.
Arthur Gay Payne, who also wrote under the pseudonym Phillis Browne (7 February 1840, Camberwell - 1 April 1894, Penzance) was an English sports editor and writer on cookery.
Arthur Finley Nevin (April 27, 1871 – July 10, 1943) was an American composer, conductor, teacher and musicologist.
Arthur Porges (20 August 1915 – 12 May 2006) was an American author of numerous short stories, most notably during the 1950s and 1960s, though he continued to write and publish stories until his death.
Paulo Alberto Moretzsohn Monteiro de Barros (3 January 1936 – 9 May 2008), better known by the pseudonym Artur da Távola, was a Brazilian politician, Senator, journalist, and writer.
José Carlos Ary dos Santos, GCIH or just Ary dos Santos (Lisboa, December 7, 1937 – Lisboa, January 18, 1984) was one of the most relevant names of the Portuguese popular poetry of the 20th century.
As The Crow Flies is the third album by Jon Brooks, under the pseudonym of The Advisory Circle.
Asa Earl Carter (September 4, 1925 – June 7, 1979) was a 1950s Ku Klux Klan leader, segregationist speech writer, and later western novelist.
Rakim Mayers (born October 3, 1988), better known by his stage name ASAP Rocky (stylized as A$AP Rocky), is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, and actor.
Aschenbrödel (Cinderella) is a ballet written by Johann Strauss II.
Ashokamitran (September 22, 1931 – March 23, 2017) was the pen name of Jagadisa Thyagarajan, an Indian writer regarded one of the most influential figures in post-independent Tamil literature.
Ashutosh Maurya (आशुतोष मौर्या) (alias Raju) is an Indian politician and a member of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh in India.
"Asia Minor" is a 1961 instrumental recording by Jimmy Wisner (operating under the name Kokomo so as to not alienate his jazz fans).
is an eight-volume manga series by Kiyoko Arai about a young girl named Meilin Kanzaki who is endowed with Feng shui powers which allow her to read people's fortunes and give advice on how to receive good luck.
The Askari Monument in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, is a memorial to the askari soldiers who fought in the British Carrier Corps in World War I. It is located at the center of roundabout between Samora Avenue and Maktaba Street, a place that reportedly also marks the exact center of downtown Dar.
Aslambek Ilimsultanovich Vadalov (Асламбек Илимсултанович Вадалов), also known by his nom de guerre Emir Aslambek, is a Chechen rebel leader fighting in the North Caucasus.
The assassination of Bronisław Pieracki, referred to as the Warsaw process in the Ukrainian historiography, was a well-orchestrated target killing of Poland's top politician of the interwar period, Minister of Interior Bronisław Pieracki (1895-1934) by the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) as a retaliation for the government policy of Pacification which was carried out by the police.
The assassination of Prime Minister Luis Carrero Blanco, also known by its code name Operación Ogro (Operation Ogre) had far-reaching consequences within the politics of Spain.
The Association of Students from Kurdistan (Verband der Studierenden aus Kurdistan; Yekîtiya Xwendekarên Kurdistan), or YXK, is an umbrella organization of Kurdish students in Germany and Austria.
"Assume a can opener" is a catchphrase used to mock economists and other theorists who base their conclusions on impractical or unlikely assumptions.
Astrid Løken (14 April 1911 – 19 January 2008) was a Norwegian entomologist and member of the Norwegian resistance movement during World War II.
is a book attributed to Jiddu Krishnamurti (18951986), authored when he was fourteen years old.
Athanasios Diakos (Αθανάσιος Διάκος: 1788 – 24 April 1821) was a Greek military commander during the Greek War of Independence, considered a venerable national hero in Greece.
Athos, Count de la Fère, is a fictional character in the novels The Three Musketeers, Twenty Years After, and The Vicomte de Bragelonne by Alexandre Dumas, père.
Atlanta Nights is a collaborative novel created in 2004 by a group of science fiction and fantasy authors, with the express purpose of producing an unpublishably bad piece of work, so as to test whether publishing firm PublishAmerica would still accept it.
Duncan Bowen Black (born February 18, 1972), better known by his pseudonym Atrios, is an American liberal blogger living in Philadelphia.
Attacks by Islamic extremists in Bangladesh refers to increased attacks since 2013 on a number of secularist and atheist writers, bloggers, and publishers in Bangladesh and foreigners, and religious minorities such as Hindus, Buddhists, Christians, and Shias.
Attakapas Parish was a former parish (county) in southern Louisiana and was one of twelve parishes in the Territory of Orleans, newly defined by the United States federal government following the Louisiana Purchase.
Abū Ḥamīd bin Abū Bakr Ibrāhīm (c. 1145 – c. 1221; ابو حامد بن ابوبکر ابراهیم), better known by his pen-names Farīd ud-Dīn (فرید الدین) and ʿAṭṭār (عطار, Attar means apothecary), was a 12th-century PersianFarīd al-Dīn ʿAṭṭār, in Encyclopædia Britannica, online edition - accessed December 2012.
August Natterer (1868–1933), also known as Neter, was a German outsider artist with schizophrenia.
Augusta (Mary Anne) Holmès (18 December 1847 – 28 January 1903) was a French composer of Irish descent (her father was from Youghal, Co. Cork).
Pierre-Charles-Joseph-Auguste Lefranc (2 February 1814 – 15 December 1878) was a 19th-century French playwright and journalist.
The abbé Augustin Nadal (1659 – 7 August 1741) was the author of plays, through the failure of which he became the butt of a withering public reply from Voltaire that has rendered the abbé immortal.
Augusto Vittorio Vècchi (22 December 1842, Marseille – 6 September 1932, Forte dei Marmi), known under the pseudonym Jack La Bolina, was an officer in the Regia Marina (Italian navy) and a writer on maritime subjects.
Augustus II (10 April 1579 – 17 September 1666), called the Younger (August der Jüngere), a member of the House of Welf was Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg.
Augustyn Suski (November 8, 1907 – May 26, 1942), was a Polish poet, pedagogue in the interwar period, and underground activist during World War II.
Giovan Paolo Parisio (1470–1522), who used the classicised pseudonym Aulo Giano Parrasio or Aulus Janus Parrhasius, was a humanist scholar and grammarian from Cosenza, in Calabria in southern Italy.
Aunt Priscilla was a pseudonym for the columnist Eleanor Purcell of The Baltimore Sun.
Princess Aurora, also known as Sleeping Beauty, is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' animated feature film Sleeping Beauty (1959).
Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) is an Australian government financial intelligence agency set up to monitor financial transactions to identify money laundering, organised crime, tax evasion, welfare fraud and terrorism.
Authentic Science Fiction was a British science fiction magazine published in the 1950s that ran for 85 issues under three editors: Gordon Landsborough, H.J. Campbell, and E.C. Tubb.
In library science, authority control is a process that organizes bibliographic information, for example in library catalogs...
An autobiography (from the Greek, αὐτός-autos self + βίος-bios life + γράφειν-graphein to write) is a self-written account of the life of oneself.
The major effects of the automobile on societies include the development of diverse customs and traditions.
Autumn Crocus is a 1931 play by the British writer Dodie Smith.
Auxilius of Naples (which has been considered a pseudonym) was an ecclesiastical writer.
Maciej Krzykowski (born April 1, 1991), who goes by the pseudonym Av3k, is a professional Quake and ShootMania player.
Avalon Park, located on the south side of the U.S. city of Chicago, Illinois, is one of the city's 77 official community areas and a park.
Avelino González-Claudio (born May 27, 1945 in Vega Baja, Puerto Rico) is a Puerto Rican independence activist who served time in a U.S. federal prison for his participation in an armored truck robbery planned by Los Macheteros.
Avenger of Antares is a science fiction novel written by Kenneth Bulmer under the pseudonym of Alan Burt Akers, and is volume ten in his extensive Dray Prescot series of sword and planet novels, set on the fictional world of Kregen, a planet of the Antares star system in the constellation of Scorpio.
Avrohom Katz is an Orthodox rabbi, scientist, writer, lecturer, author and educator.
Axioma Ethica Odini is the eleventh album by Norwegian heavy metal band Enslaved.
aXXo is the Internet alias of an individual who released and standardized commercial film DVDs as free downloads on the Internet between 2005 and 2009.
Azam Khan (a.k.a. Mohammad Azam Khan) is an Indian politician,founder member of samajwadi party and a member of the Seventeenth Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh of India.
Aziz Ismail Ansari (born February 23, 1983) is an American actor, writer, producer, director, and comedian.
Aziz Nesin (born Mehmet Nusret, 20 December 1915 – 6 July 1995) was a Turkish writer, humorist and the author of more than 100 books.
Álvaro Cueva (born January 29, 1968) is a Mexican television critic and journalist who works in print, television and radio.
Álvaro Barreirinhas Cunhal (10 November 1913 – 13 June 2005) was a Portuguese communist revolutionary and politician.
Ángel Lo Valvo (August 11, 1909 in Arrecifes, Buenos Aires Province – January 8, 1978) was an Argentine race-car driver who won the first-ever Turismo Carretera competition in 1937.
Édouard-Henri Avril (21 May 1849 – 28 July 1928) was a French painter and commercial artist.
Éléonore Tenaille de Vaulabelle (Châtel-Censoir (Yonne) 20 vendémiaire an X – Paris 12 October 1859) was a French writer and playwright.
Émile-Antoine Bayard (November 2, 1837 – 6 December 1891) was a French illustrator born in La Ferté-sous-Jouarre, Seine-et-Marne.
Émile Bergerat (29 April 1845 in Paris – 13 October 1923 in Neuilly-sur-Seine) was a French poet, playwright and essayist.
Émilie Charmy (pronounced "shar-mee") (April 2, 1878 – 1974) was an artist in France's early avant-garde.
Óndra Łysohorsky was the pseudonym of Ervín Goj (6 June 1905 – 19 December 1989), a Czech poet of Silesian origin and awareness.
Đặng Huy Trứ (1825 - 1874) was an Annamese official of Nguyễn dynasty.
Đặng Thụy (1649–1735) was an Annamese official of Revival Lê dynasty.
Đoàn Thị Điểm (1705 - 1748), courtesy name Thụy Châu (瑞珠), pseudonym Mai Khuê (梅閨) or Rosy Clouds Lady (紅霞女士), was the classical-Annamese female poet.
Đorđe Cvetković (Ђорђе Цветковић; 1903–d. 27 May 1904), known by the nom de guerre Drimkolski (Дримколски), was a Serbian Chetnik vojvoda (commander) of the četa (band) of Drimkol.
Łupaszka or Łupaszko was nom de guerre of the following persons.
Shurale (Tatar and Bashkir: Шүрәле, ʃyræˈlɘ; Шурале) is a forest spirit in Bashkir and Tatar mythology.
Štefan Krčméry (pseudonyms Eška, Ján Jesom, Ujo Štefan et al.) (26 December 1892 – 17 February 1955) was a Slovak poet, literary critic, historian, journalist, translator, and administrator of Matica slovenská.
* Żegota was a Polish World War II resistance organization founded by the Armia Krajowa to help the Jews during the Holocaust.
Živo blato (eng. quicksand) is a Croatian heavy metal band.
Brigham Morris Young (–) was one of the founders of the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association (YMMIA), the predecessor to the Young Men program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church).
William Joseph "B.J." Blazkowicz is a fictional character, the protagonist of the Wolfenstein series of alternate history video games starting with 1992's Wolfenstein 3D.
The Persian journal Baba Shamal was one of the most famous political satire magazines in Iran.
Babatpur is a village in Pindra Tehsil of Varanasi district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Babi Yar: A Document in the Form of a Novel (Бабий яр.) is an internationally acclaimed documentary novel by Anatoly Kuznetsov about the Babi Yar massacre.
Babunski is Macedonian surname, a toponymic surname derived from the Babuna mountain near Veles.
The Baby Doe Law or Baby Doe Amendment is the name of an amendment to the Child Abuse Law passed in 1984 in the United States that sets forth specific criteria and guidelines for the treatment of seriously ill and/or disabled newborns, regardless of the wishes of the parents.
Baby M (born March 27, 1986) was the pseudonym used in the case In re Baby M, 537 A.2d 1227, 109 N.J. 396 (N.J. 1988) for the infant whose legal parentage was in question.
Maria Pozzi (born 1 June 1963), best known by the stage name Baby Pozzi, is an Italian former pornographic film actress.
"Back Up" is a song recorded by American rapper Dej Loaf, featuring American rapper Big Sean.
Backpage is a classified advertising website launched in 2004.
Bad Habits is a rock/punk/metal band from London.
Bademiya (बड़े मियां) is an iconic food stall and restaurant chain in Mumbai, India.
Badger Books was an imprint used by the British publisher John Spencer & Co. between 1960 and 1967.
Balaam /ˈbeɪlæm/ (Standard Bilʻam Tiberian Bileʻām) is a diviner in the Torah, his story begins in Chapter 22 in the Book of Numbers.
Balata al-Balad (بلاطة البلد) is a Palestinian suburb of Nablus, in the northern West Bank, located east of the city center.
Baldassarre Bonaiuti, also known as Marchionne di Coppo Stefani (1336, in Florence – 1385, in Florence), was a chronicler (historian), statesman, politician, businessman and diplomat from Florence, Italy.
Baltasar Lopes da Silva (Caleijão, São Nicolau, 23 April 1907 - Lisbon, Portugal, 28 May 1989) was a writer, poet and linguist from Cape Verde, who wrote in both Portuguese and Cape Verdean Creole.
Banaras Hindu University, South Campus (a.k.a. Banaras Hindu University, Rajiv Gandhi South Campus) is the south campus of the Banaras Hindu University.
Band of Gold: The Best of Freda Payne is a 24-track collection of songs that were recorded by Freda Payne for Invictus Records (which was owned by the songwriting team of Holland-Dozier-Holland, who happened to be friends of hers).
The Baralong incidents were naval engagements of the First World War in August and September 1915, involving the Royal Navy Q-ship, later renamed HMS Wyandra, and two German U-boats.
Barbara Andrews is an American writer of 20 romance novels under her real name; with her daughter, Pam Andrews Hanson, she now writes under the pseudonyms Jennifer Drew and Pam Rock.
Barbara Irene Veronica Comyns Carr (24 December 1907 – 15 July 1992), pseudonym Barbara Comyns, was an English writer and artist.
Barbara Euphan Todd (9 January 1890 – 2 February 1976) was an English writer well remembered for her ten books for children about a scarecrow called Worzel Gummidge.
Barbara Jefferis AM (25 March 1917, Adelaide, South Australia – 3 January 2004, Sydney, New South Wales) was an Australian author.
Barbara Ovstedal (3 October 1921 – 23 November 2012) was an author who wrote under the pseudonyms Barbara Paul and Barbara Douglas.
Barbette (December 19, 1898 – August 5, 1973) was an American female impersonator, high-wire performer, and trapeze artist born in Texas on December 19, 1899.
Barbro Alving (12 January 1909 – 22 January 1987) was a Swedish journalist and writer, a pacifist and feminist, often using the pseudonym Bang.
A bardic name is a pseudonym used in Wales, Cornwall or Brittany by poets and other artists, especially those involved in the eisteddfod movement.
Barney Bentall and the Legendary Hearts are a Canadian rock band, based out of Vancouver, British Columbia that formed in 1980.
Barry Michael George (born 15 April 1960, also known as Barry Bulsara) is a British man who was wrongly convicted on 2 July 2001 of the murder of British television presenter Jill Dando.
Barsoom is a fictional representation of the planet Mars created by American pulp fiction author Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Bartholomew Roberts (17 May 1682 – 10 February 1722), born John Roberts, was a Welsh pirate who raided ships off the Americas and West Africa between 1719 and 1722.
Baruch Charney Vladeck (born Baruch Nachman Charney; January 13, 1886 – October 30, 1938) was an American Jewish labor leader, manager of The Jewish Daily Forward for twenty years, and a member of the New York City Council.
Bas Bron is a musical artist and a producer of mostly electronic music from Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The basset horn (sometimes written basset-horn) is a musical instrument, a member of the clarinet family.
Bataillard, and at various points also Bataillart, is a French surname which originated in Eastern France during the mid-14th century.
The Batley Bulldogs are an English professional rugby league club in Batley, West Yorkshire who play in the Championship.
Battle of Ceber took place overnight of August 4 and August 5, 1944 in the village of Ceber in the Holy Cross Mountains (Świętokrzyskie).
The Battle of Horlivka began when Ukrainian forces attempted to recapture the city of Horlivka, in Donetsk Oblast, from pro-Russian insurgents affiliated with the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) on 21 July 2014.
The Order of battle, Keren 1941 shows Italian army forces that participated in the Battle of Keren from February to March 1941 and British troops in Sudan on 20 January 1941, which participated in military operations against Eritrea during the East African Campaign 1940–1941.
The Battle of Kuryłówka, fought between the Polish anti-communist resistance organization, National Military Alliance (NZW) and the Soviet Union's NKVD units, took place on May 7, 1945, in the village of Kuryłówka, southeastern Poland.
The Battle of Laski and Anielin took place on October 22–26, 1914, during World War I. 1st Brigade, Polish Legions, a unit of the Austro-Hungarian Army commanded by Józef Piłsudski, clashed with the Imperial Russian Army near Anielin and Laski.
The Battle of Réunion or Liberation of Réunion (Bataille de La Réunion, Libération de La Réunion) was an amphibious landing and uprising which brought the island of Réunion onto the Allied side during the Second World War.
The Battle of Vukovar was an 87-day siege of Vukovar in eastern Croatia by the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA), supported by various paramilitary forces from Serbia, between August and November 1991.
Bülow or Bulow is a surname; notable people with this name include.
The BBC Short Trips books were a series of short story anthologies published by BBC Books based on the television series Doctor Who, following a pattern established by Virgin Publishing's Decalog collections.
BDSM (i.e., bondage and discipline, dominance and submission, sadism and masochism) is a frequent theme in books, films, television, music, magazines, public performances and online media.
Be'eri (בְּאֵרִי, lit. My well) is a kibbutz in southern Israel.
Beasts and Super-Beasts is a collection of short stories, written by Saki (the literary pseudonym of Hector Hugh Munro) and first published in 1914.
"Beau Soleil" is the twelfth episode of the American television drama series The Killing, which aired on June 12, 2011.
The Beauchamp–Sharp Tragedy (sometimes called the Kentucky Tragedy) was the murder of Kentucky legislator Solomon P. Sharp by Jereboam O. Beauchamp (bee-chum).
"Beautiful Ohio" is the official song of the U.S. State of Ohio.
Beauty Killer is the debut and only studio album by American singer, songwriter Jeffree Star, released September 22, 2009 under Popsicle Records through Warner Music Group's Independent Label Group.
"Because I Got High" is a song by American rapper Afroman from his album of the same name.
Been a While is the debut studio album by American recording artist and songwriter Dawn Richard, under the name of Dawn Angeliqué.
Beethoven is a 1992 family comedy film, directed by Brian Levant and starring Charles Grodin and Bonnie Hunt as George and Alice Newton.
The Beggarstaffs, otherwise J. & W. Beggarstaff, was the pseudonym used by the British artists William Nicholson and James Pryde for their collaborative partnership in the design of posters and other graphic work between 1894 and 1899.
Behind a Mask, or A Woman's Power is a novella written by American author Louisa May Alcott.
BelAmi is a gay pornographic film studio active in Central Europe, with offices in Bratislava, Prague and Budapest.
Belarusian resistance movement are the resistance movements on the territory of contemporary Belarus.
Belenggoe (Perfected Spelling: Belenggu; translated to English as Shackles) is a novel by Indonesian author Armijn Pane.
is Konami's music video game division.
Ben Jeapes (born 14 February 1965) is a British science fiction writer living in Abingdon-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.
Beneath the Shadows is the second studio album by the American hardcore punk band T.S.O.L. (True Sounds of Liberty), released in 1983 through Alternative Tentacles.
Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini (29 July 1883 – 28 April 1945) was an Italian politician and journalist who was the leader of the National Fascist Party (Partito Nazionale Fascista, PNF).
"Benjaman Kyle" was the alias chosen by an American man who has severe dissociative amnesia after he was found without clothing or identification and with injuries next to a dumpster behind a fast food restaurant in Georgia in 2004.
Benjamin Franklin (April 17, 1790) was an American polymath and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
Benn Lee Jordan (born October 28, 1978) is an American modern jazz and electronic musician operating under many pseudonyms.
Thomas Meluch (born August 4, 1984) is an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, writer, and photographer, best known by his pseudonym Benoît Pioulard.
The Bentvueghels (Dutch for "Birds of a Feather") were a society of mostly Dutch and Flemish artists active in Rome from about 1620 to 1720.
Berl Katznelson (ברל כצנלסון, 25 January 1887 – 12 August 1944) was one of the intellectual founders of Labor Zionism, instrumental to the establishment of the modern state of Israel, and the editor of Davar, the first daily newspaper of the workers' movement.
Bernard de La Monnoye (15 June 1641, in Dijon – 15 October 1728) was a French lawyer, poet, philologue and critic, known chiefly for his carols Noei borguignon (Borguignon Christmas).
Bernardine Rae Dohrn (née Ohrnstein; born January 12, 1942) is a former leader of the Weather Underground, a militant radical group responsible for bombings of the United States Capitol, the Pentagon, and several police stations in New York, as well as the accidental Greenwich Village townhouse explosion that killed three members of the Underground.
Bernardo Atxaga (born July 27, 1951) (pseudonym of Joseba Irazu Garmendia) is a Spanish Basque writer and self-translator.
Bernardo Boyl (also spelled Boil, Boyl or Boyal) was an Aragonese monk or friar, known as Fray Buil, who accompanied Christopher Columbus on his second voyage across the Atlantic.
Bernardo Santareno is the pseudonym of António Martinho do Rosário (November 19, 1920 – August 20, 1980), a Portuguese writer.
Bernd Eisenfeld (9 January 1941 – 12 June 2010), also known by the pseudonym Fred Werner, was an opponent of the East German dictatorship who became a writer and an historian.
Albert Edward Bailey (11 June 1868 – 30 March 1953), better known as Bert Bailey, was a New Zealand-born Australian writer, theatrical manager and actor best known for playing Dad Rudd on stage and screen.
Bertha Frederich née Heyn (1825 - May 10, 1882 Koblenz) was a German novelist.
Bessie Brown (1890–1955) also known as "The Original" Bessie Brown, was an American classic female blues, jazz, and cabaret singer.
Better Out Than In was a residency undertaken by pseudonymous graffiti artist and political activist Banksy in New York City during October 2013.
Between Friends is a 1924 American silent melodrama film based on the eponymous novel by Robert W. Chambers.
Beverly Hills Ninja is a 1997 American martial arts comedy film directed by Dennis Dugan, written by Mark Feldberg and Mitch Klebanoff.
Bewitched Housewives is a 2007 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray (under the pseudonym name Nicholas Juan Medina).
Beyond the Law is a 1992 TV film written and directed by Larry Ferguson.
"Beyond the Sunset" is a song written by Blanche Kerr Brock, Virgil P. Brock, and Albert Kennedy Rowswell.
Bhishma Shankar alias Kushal Tiwari is an Indian politician and is Member of Parliament of the 15th Lok Sabha of India.
The Bholu Brothers were Pakistani wrestlers of Kashmiri origin.
White Couriers (Polish: Biali Kurierzy) was a group of around 20-30 Polish boyscouts and former soldiers of the Polish Army, most of whom had been associated with the interbellum sports club Junak Drohobycz.
Wolfgang Hohlbein wrote more than 200 books.
BIFF, later sometimes B1FF, was a pseudonym on, and the prototypical newbie of, Usenet.
Cecil James McNeely (born April 29, 1927, Watts, Los Angeles, California), known as Big Jay McNeely, is an American rhythm and blues saxophonist.
Big Sue or Sue, the Turtle was the pseudonym of an African-American saloonkeeper and underworld figure whose Grand Street dive bar was destroyed during the New York Draft Riots in 1863.
Big Whiteshell Lake is located within the Whiteshell Provincial Park in southeastern Manitoba, Canada.
The Bihari brothers, Lester, Jules, Saul and Joe, were American businessmen of Hungarian Jewish origins.
Bikini Airways is a 2003 American made for cable erotic film written and directed by Fred Olen Ray (under the pseudonym name Nicholas Juan Medina).
Bikini Cavegirl (also known as Teenage Cavegirl) is a softcore pornographic film made by Fred Olen Ray under the pseudonyms "Nicholas Medina" and "Sherman Scott".
Bikini Chain Gang is a 2004 American made for cable erotic film written and directed by Fred Olen Ray (under the pseudonym name Nicholas Juan Medina).
Bikini Frankenstein is a 2010 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray (under the pseudonym name Nicholas Juan Medina).
Bikini Girls from the Lost Planet is a 2006 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray (under the pseudonym name Nicholas Juan Medina).
Bikini Jones and the Temple of Eros is a 2010 American made for cable comedy erotic film written and directed by Fred Olen Ray (under the pseudonym name Nicholas Juan Medina).
Bikini Pirates is a 2006 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray (under the pseudonym name Nicholas Juan Medina).
Bikini Round-Up is a 2005 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray (under the pseudonym name Nicholas Juan Medina).
Bikini Royale is a 2008 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray under the pseudonym name Nicholas Juan Medina). It is based on the first James Bond novel Casino Royale by Ian Fleming.
The Bild newspaper (or Bild-Zeitung, literally Picture) is a German tabloid published by Axel Springer AG.
William Bryan Dubay (January 11, 1948 – April 15, 2010, Social Security Number 550-66-3060, at the United States Social Security Death Index via FamilySearch.org. Retrieved on August 4, 2015.. Parents' last name spelled "DuBay" here; original spelling "Dubay" per Bill DuBay Social Security Death Index and California Birth Index records cited here.), who wrote as Bill DuBay and under the pseudonyms Will Richardson and Dube, was an American comic-book editor, writer and artist best known as editor and writer for Warren Publishing, including that company's horror-comics magazines Creepy, Eerie and Vampirella.
William Blake "Bill" Everett (May 18, 1917 – February 27, 1973) was a comic book writer-artist best known for creating Namor the Sub-Mariner as well as co-creating Zombie and Daredevil with writer Stan Lee for Marvel Comics.
William "Bill" Fraccio (July 9, 1920 – October 24, 2005), Social Security number 119-18-8256, at the United States Social Security Death Index via FamilySearch.org.
Colonel Duane Tyrell "Bill" Hudson DSO OBE (1910–1995) was a British Special Operations Executive officer who worked as a liaison officer with the Yugoslav Partisans and Chetniks in occupied Yugoslavia during World War II.
William (Bill) Knox (1928 – March 1999) was a Scottish author, journalist and broadcaster, best known for his crime novels and for presenting the long-running STV series Crimedesk.
William Preston Longley (October 6, 1851 – October 11, 1878), also known as Wild Bill Longley, was an American Old West outlaw and gunfighter noted for his ruthless nature, speed with a gun, quick temper, and unpredictable demeanor.
William John Duncan 'Bill' Spence (born 20 April 1923) is an English writer.
William "Bill" Tanner is a fictional character in the James Bond film and novel series.
Bill French (born 1941, United States), known by the pseudonym Bill Warner, is a critic of Islam, a writer and the founder of the Center for the Study of Political Islam.
Willard Harvey Wattenburg (born February 9, 1936), better known as Dr.
Billie and the Real Belle Bare All is a one-off television programme that aired on ITV2 on 25 January 2010, ahead of the Series 3 premiere of Secret Diary of a Call Girl.
William Henderson Graham (July 1, 1935 – April 4, 1997).
Billy Greenhorn is the pseudonym of the poet Bob Snyder.
Billy the Kid (born Henry McCarty September 17 or November 23, 1859July 14, 1881, also known as William H. Bonney) was an American Old West outlaw and gunfighter who killed eight men before he was shot and killed at age 21.
Binocular is the debut album by by American singer-songwriter Kevin Rudolf, who, at the time, along with another mixer, use the pseudonym Binocular when the album was released.
BiP (Believe in People) is an anonymous street painter who is identified, from clues released on Twitter and by his intermediaries, to be a male 2007 Princeton graduate and former investment banker and current artist.
Birth of the Cool is a compilation album by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released in 1957 on Capitol Records.
A birthmark is a blemish on the skin formed before birth.
Bitcoin (₿) is the world's first cryptocurrency, a form of electronic cash.
Bittersweet is the first studio album by Life On Planet 9, the pseudonym used by American hard rock band Lo-Pro when releasing music of a more experimental nature.
Bittersweet Fools is a visual novel eroge developed by Minori.
Black Book (Zwartboek) is a Dutch-language 2006 thriller novel by Laurens Abbink Spaink.
Black Empire was a tongue-in-cheek speculative fiction novel by conservative African-American writer George S. Schuyler originally published under his pseudonym of Samuel I. Brooks.
The Black Riders Liberation Party (BRLP) is a revolutionary black power organization, based in the United States.
"Black Treacle" is a song by the English indie rock band Arctic Monkeys, released as the fourth single from their fourth studio album Suck It and See and was released as a digital download and a 7" vinyl on 23 January 2012.
Black Widow (Claire Voyant) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Natalia Alianovna Romanova, (Russian: Наталья Альяновна "Наташа" Романова; alias: Natasha Romanoff; Russian: Наташа Романофф), colloquial: Black Widow (Чёрная Вдова; transliterated Chyornaya Vdova) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Blackadder the Third is the third series of the BBC sitcom Blackadder, written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton, which aired from 17 September to 22 October 1987.
In employment, a blacklist or blacklisting refers to denying people employment for either political reasons (due to actual or suspected political affiliation), due to a history of trade union activity, or due to a history of whistleblowing, for example on safety or corruption issues.
Blackwood's Magazine was a British magazine and miscellany printed between 1817 and 1980.
Bladesman of Antares is a science fiction novel by British writer Kenneth Bulmer, written under the pseudonym of Alan Burt Akers.
Blagoje Parović (Serbian Cyrillic: Благоје Паровић; 1903—1937) was a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia.
Blak Twang (born Tony Olabode, England) who also uses the pseudonyms of Taipanic and Tony Rotton, is a British rapper who grew up in Deptford, Lewisham, South-East London.
Blake Ball (February 25, 1938 – January 20, 2006) was an ice hockey defenceman who played thirteen years of minor league hockey.
Blake Judd (born November 13, 1982) is an American musician and co-founder of now-defunct Battle Kommand Records.
Blambot is the name of an online type foundry and is the alias of freeware and shareware computer font designer Nate Piekos.
Blanche Descartes was a collaborative pseudonym used by the English mathematicians R. Leonard Brooks, Arthur Harold Stone, Cedric Smith, and W. T. Tutte.
Blanche Lamontagne-Beauregard (January 13, 1889 – May 25, 1958) was a Canadian poet, and the first published female poet of the Québec region of Canada.
Blason populaire is an umbrella genre in the field of folkloristics used to designate any item of any genre which makes use of stereotypes, usually, but not always, negative stereotypes, of a particular group.
Bleimor (Breton language for Seawolf), more fully Urz Skaouted Bleimor, was a Breton Scouting organization, taken from the pseudonym used by Breton poet Jean-Pierre Calloc'h, who died during World War I.
Joel Washington Taggart (August 16, 1892 – January 15, 1961), usually known as Blind Joe Taggart, was an African American country blues and gospel singer and guitarist who recorded in the 1920s and 1930s.
A blog (a truncation of the expression "weblog") is a discussion or informational website published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete, often informal diary-style text entries ("posts").
Blondie is an American rock band founded by singer Debbie Harry and guitarist Chris Stein.
Blood of Dracula's Castle is a 1969 horror cult B-movie directed by Al Adamson and released by exploitation film specialists Crown International Pictures.
Bloodfang was a story about a tyrannosaurus rex published in British comic Eagle, issues 116–127 and 129–158 (1983–85).
Bloquera is an EP created by Maanumental, Newman, Sir Kado, Superbrush 427 (Giant Panda) and Thes One (People Under The Stairs).
"Blue" is a song released in 1958 by Bill Mack, an American songwriter-country artist and country radio disc jockey.
Blue Beetle is the name of three fictional superheroes who appear in a number of American comic books published by a variety of companies since 1939.
Blue Board is a BBS software system created by Martin Sikes (1968–2007) for the Commodore 64 in the 1980s in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and sold worldwide.
Blue Boy (also styled The Blue Boy) is a pseudonym for the British DJ, Alexis 'Lex' Blackmore.
Blue Island (Italian title Due gocce d'acqua salata) is a 1982 film directed by Luigi Russo (under the pseudonym John Wilder) and Enzo Doria, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Dardano Sacchetti.
BlueBEEP was a popular blue boxing computer program for MS-DOS written between 1993-1995 by the German programmer Stefan Andreas Scheytt, known by the pseudonym Onkel Dittmeyer.
Blueberry is Western comic series created in the Franco-Belgian ''bandes dessinées'' (BD) tradition by the Belgian scriptwriter Jean-Michel Charlier and French comics artist Jean "Mœbius" Giraud.
Boško Mitrović (Бошко Митровић, 1903–15), known by the nom de guerre Virjanac (Вирјанац) or Virčanac (Вирчанац), was a Serbian Chetnik commander.
Bob Coltman (born November 17, 1937, New Rochelle, New York, United States) is an American singer of traditional songs, songwriter, guitarist and banjoist, and author.
David Mendes (Schoten, 15 May 1928) pseudonym Bob Mendes is a Belgian accountant and writer of detective stories.
Bob Ong is the pseudonym of a contemporary Filipino author known for using conversational writing technique to create humorous and reflective depictions of Philippine life.
Northstar is self-titled album released in 2004 by Northstar, which was produced by RZA under the alias Bobby Digital.
Robert Tench also known as Bobby Tench, is a British vocalist, guitarist, sideman, songwriter and arranger.
Boden Fortress (Bodens fästning) is a modern fortress consisting of several major and minor forts and fortifications surrounding the city of Boden, Norrbotten, in northern Sweden.
A body farm is a research facility where decomposition can be studied in a variety of settings.
Bogumil Vošnjak, also known as Bogomil Vošnjak (9 September 1882 – 18 June 1955), was a Slovene and Yugoslav jurist, politician, diplomat, author, and legal historian.
Bohdan Tomaszewski (August 10, 1921 – February 27, 2015) was a Polish sports journalist, tennis player, sports commentator, and author of several sports books.
Boiled (Biled) Oysters Malloy (fl. 1850 –1870) was the pseudonym of an American saloon keeper, thief and underworld figure in New York City during the mid-to late 19th century.
Bojan Adamič a.k.a. Master (Mojster; 9 August 1912 – 3 November 1995), Slovene Partisans nom de guerre Gregor, was a well-known Slovene composer of jazz, the Slovenian song festival music, and particularly film scores.
The Bojinka plot (بوجينكا; Oplan Bojinka) was a large-scale, three-phase attack planned by terrorists Ramzi Yousef and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed for January 1995.
Lieutenant Bolesław Kontrym (Zatruka, Russian Empire, 27 August 1898 – 20 January 1953, Warsaw, Poland), also known by codenames Żmudzin, Biały, Bielski and Cichocki, was a Polish Army officer, a Home Army soldier, participant in the Warsaw Uprising and organizer of underground secret-police force Cichociemni.
Bolesław Mołojec (9 February 1909, Henryków, Tomaszów Mazowiecki County – 29 or 31 December 1942, Warsaw), known under noms de guerre "Edward" and "Długi", was a Polish communist activist and commander of International Brigades during the Spanish Civil War.
Bonnie Lou Nettles (née Trousdale; August 29, 1927 – June 18 or 19, 1985), later known as Ti, was co-leader of a group with Marshall Applewhite that later became the Heaven's Gate group after Nettles's death.
Bonnie Tyler (born Gaynor Hopkins; 8 June 1951) is a Welsh singer, known for her distinctive husky voice.
Bonsai Kitten was a satirical website that claimed to provide instructions on how to grow a kitten in a jar, so as to mold the bones of the kitten into the shape of the jar as the cat grows, much like how a bonsai plant is shaped.
Boogie Pimps are an electronic music duo from Erfurt, Germany.
The Book of Daniel is a biblical apocalypse, combining a prophecy of history with an eschatology (the study of last things) which is both cosmic in scope and political in its focus.
The Book of Murder was a piece of anti-Poor Law propaganda presented as the work of one pseudonymous "Marcus", originally published in Britain during the 1830s by Joshua Hobson.
Boris Dlugosch is a house music producer from Germany.
Boris Stefanov (also known as Boris Ștefanov, Draganov or Dragu; Борис Стефанов Матеев, Boris Stefanov Mateev; October 8, 1883 – October 11, 1969) was a Romanian communist politician, who served as general secretary of the Romanian Communist Party (PCR or PCdR) from 1936 to 1940.
Boris Yelensky was a Russian anarchist propagandist from the early 20th century.
Boston Teran is the pseudonymous American author of twelve novels.
Brains is a fictional character introduced in the British mid-1960s Supermarionation television series Thunderbirds, who also appears in the sequel films Thunderbirds Are Go (1966) and Thunderbird 6 (1968) and the 2004 live-action adaptation Thunderbirds.
Branislav "Bane" Kerac (born September 7, 1952, Novi Sad) is a popular Serbian comic book creator, known best for his series Cat Claw.
Branislav Nušić (Бранислав Нушић,; – 19 January 1938) was a Serbian playwright, satirist, essayist, novelist and founder of modern rhetoric in Serbia.
Branivoje Jovanović (Бранивоје Јовановић; Kisiljevo, near Požarevac, 23 May 1883 - Petraljica, near Kumanovo, 30 May 1905), known by the nom de guerre Brana (Брана), was a Chetnik vojvoda (commander).
Branko Plavšić (1949–2011) was a Serbian comic book artist, best known for his work on Tarzan and Blek.
Brass Eye is a British comedy series parodying the current affairs news programming of the mid-1990s.
Brassaï (pseudonym of Gyula Halász; 9 September 1899 – 8 July 1984) was a Hungarian–French photographer, sculptor, medalist, writer, and filmmaker who rose to international fame in France in the 20th century.
is a role-playing video game developed by Capcom originally for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
Brian Horace Clemens OBE (30 July 1931 – 10 January 2015) was an English screenwriter and television producer, possibly best known for his work on The Avengers and The Professionals.
Brian Christian de Claiborne Howard (13 March 1905 – 15 January 1958) was an English poet and later a writer for the New Statesman.
Bridport is a market town in Dorset, England, inland from the English Channel near the confluence of the River Brit and its tributary the Asker.
British war crimes are acts by the armed forces of the United Kingdom which have allegedly violated the laws and customs of war since the Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907.
Broadcast call signs are call signs assigned as unique identifiers to radio stations and television stations.
Bronwyn Donaghy (21 December 1948 – August 2002) was an Australian author whose non-fiction work concerned adolescence, particularly drug use among teenagers, teen sexuality and teen suicide.
"Brother's Little Helper" is the second episode of The Simpsons' 11th season.
The Bruce High Quality Foundation is an arts collective in Brooklyn, New York City, the United States, which was "created to foster an alternative to everything." The collective is made up of five to eight rotating and anonymous members, most or all of whom are Cooper Union graduates.
Bruce Strauss (born February 6, 1952 in Omaha, Nebraska) is a retired boxer who is more known for his losses than for his wins.
Brushy Bill Roberts (? – December 27, 1950; claimed date of birth December 31, 1859) a.k.a. William Henry Roberts, Ollie Partridge William Roberts, Ollie P. Roberts or Ollie L. Roberts, attracted attention by claiming to be the western outlaw William H. Bonney, also known as BillynbspthenbspKid.
Bryan Lee Cranston (born March 7, 1956) is an American actor, voice actor, producer, director, and screenwriter, best known for his roles as Walter White on the AMC crime drama Breaking Bad, Hal on the Fox sitcom Malcolm in the Middle, and Dr.
Bryan Odell (born May 22, 1990), better known by his online alias, BryanStars, is a Japanese-born American music interviewer, YouTube personality, musician and artist manager.
Bubble is a 2005 American drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh about three low-paid doll factory workers, one of whom is murdered.
Buckcherry is an American rock band from Anaheim, California, formed in 1995.
The Bud Billiken Club was a social club for black young people in Chicago, established in 1923, by the Chicago Defender founder Robert Sengstacke Abbott and its editor, Lucius Harper.
Bud Grace (born c. 1944) is a cartoonist, who has worked on the comic strip Ernie, whose title was later changed to Piranha Club in the United States.
Budrio (Eastern Bolognese: Bûdri) is a town and comune in the province of Bologna, in Emilia-Romagna, Italy; it is east of Bologna.
The Buenos Aires Underground (Subterráneo de Buenos Aires), locally known as Subte (from subterráneo – 'underground' or 'subterranean'), is a mass transit metro system that serves the area of the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Bulgarians are an ethnic minority in the Republic of Macedonia.
Bunny is a daily webcomic by Lem (b. 1984-03-20), the pseudonym of a Welsh artist named Huw Davies.
Burningn'n Tree is a compilation album by Squarepusher.
A burr puzzle is an interlocking puzzle consisting of notched sticks, combined to make one three-dimensional, usually symmetrical unit.
Burton F. Gillett (October 15, 1891 - December 28, 1971) was a director of animated films.
"Burundi Black" is a 1971 recording credited to Burundi Steiphenson Black.
Anis Mohamed Youssef Ferchichi (born 28 September 1978), better known as Bushido, is a German rapper, hip-hop producer and entrepreneur in the real estate industry.
Buster from Chicago was a pseudonym used for a mobster and freelance hitman of the 1930s.
"Butterfly" is a popular song written by Bernie Lowe and Kal Mann and published in 1957.
James E. "Buzz" Cason (born November 27, 1939 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States) is an American rock singer, songwriter, record producer, and author.
By the Sea (full title The Two Ronnies Present - By the Sea), is a 1982 BBC television film starring The Two Ronnies, and written by Ronnie Barker under the pseudonyms "Dave Huggett and Larry Keith".
was the first television special in the Lupin III franchise.
Catherine Lucille Moore (January 24, 1911 – April 4, 1987) was an American science fiction and fantasy writer, who first came to prominence in the 1930s writing as C. L. Moore.
Carl Natanael Carleson (1865–1929), often referred to as C.N. Carleson, was a Swedish socialist politician.
The writings of C. S. Lewis.
is the pseudonym of a fictional character in the Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion franchise by Sunrise.
Chromosome 19 open reading frame 18 (c19orf18) is a protein which in humans is encoded by the c19orf18 gene.
Uncharacterized protein Chromosome 1 Open Reading Frame 27 is a protein in humans, encoded by the C1orf27 gene.
C21orf62 is a protein that, in humans, is encoded by the C21orf62 gene.
Caballero: A Historical Novel, often known only as Caballero, is a historical romance coauthored by Jovita González and Margaret Eimer (under the pseudonym Eve Raleigh).
is a fictional character in the Battle Angel Alita: Last Order manga by Yukito Kishiro, the sequel to Battle Angel Alita.
Caesar's Column: A Story of the Twentieth Century is a novel by Ignatius Donnelly, famous as the author of Atlantis: The Antediluvian World.
Cafe Mondegar (a.k.a. Café Mondegar and Mondy's) is amongst the first (along with Leopold Cafe) and most iconic restaurant and bars in Mumbai, India.
Call Me Bwana is a 1963 British Technicolor farce film starring Bob Hope and Anita Ekberg, and directed by Gordon Douglas.
In broadcasting and radio communications, a call sign (also known as a call name or call letters—and historically as a call signal—or abbreviated as a call) is a unique designation for a transmitter station.
Main street (Calle Mayor) is a 1956 Spanish drama film directed by Juan Antonio Bardem.
A Camden Auction is an auction used in backgammon clubs whereby the price of a seat for participants in a tournament is auctioned up to the highest price that all are comfortable paying.
Camille is an unreleased album recorded by Prince in 1986 and intended to be released under the pseudonym Camille, a feminine alter ego whose identity Prince assumed by disguising his vocals in a pitched-up and androgynous style.
The Camp Chapman attack was a suicide attack by Humam Khalil Abu-Mulal al-Balawi against the Central Intelligence Agency facility inside Forward Operating Base Chapman on December 30, 2009.
Can't Stop the Music is a 1980 American musical comedy film directed by Nancy Walker.
A strong element in contemporary Canadian culture is rich, diverse, thoughtful and witty science fiction.
Candice Hutchings (born May 16, 1988) is a Canadian YouTube personality, vegan chef, comedian, and author.
Candid was a mobile app for anonymous discussions.
Caparezza (meaning "Curly Head" in the Molfetta dialect), is the pseudonym of Michele Salvemini (born 9 October 1973), an Italian rapper.
Capital punishment in Canada dates back to Canada's earliest history, including its period as a French colony and, after 1763, its time as a British colony.
Capricorn One is a 1977 government conspiracy thriller film about a Mars landing hoax.
Captain Charles Johnson was the British author of the 1724 book A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the most notorious Pyrates, whose identity remains a mystery.
Captain James Carson was a pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate for the five volume "Saddle Boys" series.
Vallipuram Vasanthan (வல்லிப்புரம் வசந்தன்; 1 January 1966 – 5 July 1987; commonly known by the nom de guerre Captain Miller) was a Sri Lankan Tamil rebel and member of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), a separatist Tamil militant organisation in Sri Lanka.
Frederick Wordsworth Ward (1835 – 25 May 1870), better known by the self-styled pseudonym of Captain Thunderbolt, was an Australian bushranger renowned for escaping from Cockatoo Island, and also for his reputation as the "gentleman bushranger" and his lengthy survival, being the longest roaming bushranger in Australian history.
Caran d'Ache was the pseudonym of the 19th century French satirist and political cartoonist Emmanuel Poiré (6 November 1858 – 25 February 1909).
Carcass are an English death metal band from Liverpool, which was formed in 1985.
Cardiac Arrest is a British medical drama series made by World Productions for BBC1 and first broadcast between 1994 and 1996.
Career of Evil is the third novel in the Cormoran Strike series, written by J. K. Rowling and published under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.
Doctor Frederik Carel Gerretson (born Kralingen, 9 February 1884 – died Utrecht, 27 October 1958) was a Dutch writer, essayist, historian, and politician.
Carel Vosmaer (March 20, 1826 – June 12, 1888) was a Dutch poet and art-critic, born at The Hague.
The Caribbean Bloc of the FARC-EP was a medium-sized FARC-EP bloc which operated in the Northern areas of Colombia and along the Caribbean coast, with routes and access to the coast being strategically important, and was thus sometimes referred to as the Northern Bloc.
Carl Anthony Brasseaux (born August 19, 1951) is a retired historian of French Colonial North America, and particularly of Louisiana and the Cajun people.
Carl Monday is a television reporter for WOIO-TV in Cleveland, Ohio.
Carl Panzram (June 28, 1892 – September 5, 1930) was an American serial killer, rapist, arsonist, robber and burglar.
Carl Svante Hallbeck (14 April 1826 — 17 December 1897) was a Swedish illustrator and painter.
Carlo Baucardé or Boucardé (1825–1883) was an Italian operatic tenor who sang leading roles throughout Italy, as well as in London, Madrid, Paris, and New York.
Carlos, also known as Carlos the Jackal, is a 2010 French-German biographical film/miniseries about the life of the 1970s Venezuelan terrorist Carlos the Jackal (Ilich Ramírez Sánchez), covering his first series of attacks in 1973 until his arrest in 1994.
Carlos Eugenio Restrepo Restrepo (September 12, 1867 – July 6, 1937) was a Colombian lawyer, writer, and statesman, who was elected President of Colombia in 1910.
Carlos Quinteros (nom de guerre: Miguel) was a Guatemalan communist.
Carlos Rolón (born 1970), also known professionally as Carlos Rolón/Dzine or under the pseudonym Dzine, is an American contemporary visual artist of Puerto Rican descent.
Emília Moncorvo Bandeira de Melo (1852–1910) was a Brazilian poet and play-writer who commonly wrote under the pseudonym Carmen Dolores.
Carmen Lyra (1888 – May 13, 1949) was the pseudonym of the first prominent female Costa Rican writer, born Maria Isabel Carvajal Quesada.
Carol is a 2015 drama film directed by Todd Haynes.
Carol Susan Jane Danvers is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Carole Eastman (February 19, 1934 – February 13, 2004) was an American screenwriter.
Carolina Alexandra Falkholt, with the pseudonym Blue, born March 4, 1977 in Gothenburg, is a Swedish artist, graffiti writer and musician.
Carolyn Keene is the pseudonym of the authors of the Nancy Drew mystery stories and The Dana Girls mystery stories, both produced by the Stratemeyer Syndicate.
A Carroll diagram, Lewis Carroll's square, biliteral diagram or a two-way table is a diagram used for grouping things in a yes/no fashion.
"Cartrouble" was the second Adam and the Ants single released by Do It Records.
Casus Luciferi is the second studio album by the black metal band Watain.
Catherine Aird (born 20 June 1930) is the pseudonym of novelist Kinn Hamilton McIntosh.
Dame Catherine Ann Cookson, DBE (née McMullen; 27 June 1906 – 11 June 1998) was an English author.
Catherine Robbe-Grillet (née Rstakian; born 24 September 1930) is a French theatre and cinema actress, photographer, and writer of Armenian descent who has published sadomasochistic writings under the pseudonyms Jean de Berg and Jeanne de Berg.
Catholic Electoral Action (Wyborcza Akcja Katolicka), abbreviated as WAK, was a right-wing electoral committee that participated in the 1991 Polish parliamentary election.The committee's members belonged to the Christian democratic and national conservative Christian National Union.
Images and videos of domestic cats make up some of the most viewed content on the web, particularly image macros in the form of lolcats.
The Cavalry Division Zaza was a cavalry unit of the Polish Army, which was formed on September 18, 1939, during the Invasion of Poland.
Cave-In-Rock is a village in Hardin County, Illinois, United States.
César Moro (August 31, 1903 – January 10, 1956) is the pseudonym of Alfredo Quíspez Asín Mas, a Peruvian poet and painter.
Chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 16 (CCL16) is a small cytokine belonging to the CC chemokine family that is known under several pseudonyms, including Liver-expressed chemokine (LEC) and Monotactin-1 (MTN-1).
Cecil Adams is the pseudonymous author of The Straight Dope, a popular question and answer column published in The Chicago Reader from 1973 to 2018.
Cecil Frances Alexander (April 1818 – 12 October 1895) was a hymnodist and poet.
Ceephax Acid Crew (real name Andy Jenkinson) is a British acid techno and drum and bass electronic musician.
Cementerio Civil de Ponce (Ponce Civil Cemetery), a.k.a., Cementerio Municipal de Ponce, is a historic burial ground in Ponce, Puerto Rico.
The Central Bloc of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia operated strategically in the Andes Mountains, around the middle of Colombia.
Chad Dukes (born Chad Sisson; December 7, 1978, in Alexandria, Virginia) is a radio personality.
James Chadwick Pennington (born June 26, 1976) is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for eleven seasons.
Chaim Yellin (חיים ילין; Chaimas Jelinas; 1912–1944) was a Yiddish poet and leader of the resistance movement in the Kovno Ghetto during the German occupation of Lithuania.
Chalk Dust - The Umpire Strikes Back is a 1982 novelty song by The Brat, which was a collective pseudonym for British comedians Kaplan Kaye and Roger Kitter.
The Challenger is the name of different fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Chamant is a commune in the Oise department in northern France.
Yoon Hong-seung (born 1975), who also goes by the pseudonym Chang, is a South Korean film director and screenwriter.
Chang Noi (ช้างน้อย, „little elephant“) is a pseudonym jointly used by the British, but Thailand-based, historian Chris Baker and his wife, the Thai economist Pasuk Phongpaichit.
This is a list of notable and recurring fictional characters from The Legend of Zelda series of video games developed by Nintendo.
Charade is a 1963 American romantic comedy mystery film directed by Stanley Donen, written by Peter Stone and Marc Behm, and starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn.
Chariton of Aphrodisias (Χαρίτων Ἀφροδισεύς) was the author of an ancient Greek novel probably titled Callirhoe (based on the subscription in the sole surviving manuscript), though it is regularly referred to as Chaereas and Callirhoe (which more closely aligns with the title given at the head of the manuscript).
Lenard McKelvey (born June 29, 1978), known professionally as Charlamagne Tha God, is an American radio presenter and television personality.
Shanmuganathan Ravishankar (சண்முகநாதன் ரவிசங்கர் Caṇmukanātaṉ Ravicaṅkar; died 5 January 2008; commonly known by the nom de guerre Charles) was a leading member of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), a separatist Tamil militant organisation in Sri Lanka.
Sir Charles Lloyd Birkin, 5th Baronet (24 September 1907 – 1985) was an English author of horror short stories and the editor of the Creeps Library of anthologies.
Charles Bousfield Huleatt (1863 – 1908) also known under the pseudonym of Caulifield, was an Anglican priest born in Folkestone, England.
Charles Boyle (born in Leeds in 1951) is a British poet.
Charles Clark (May 24, 1811December 18, 1877) was Governor of Mississippi from November 16, 1863 until May 22, 1865.
Auguste Charles Joseph Onesime Chevalier (28 September 1862 – 24 February 1940),England & Wales, Civil Registration Death Index, 1916-2007 known as Charles Ingle, was an English composer.
Charles Kay Ogden (1 June 1889 – 20 March 1957) was an English linguist, philosopher, and writer.
Charles Leslie Johnson (December 3, 1876 - December 28, 1950) was an American composer of ragtime and popular music.
Charles Le Thière (also known as: Le Thiere or le Thière; born: Thomas Wilby Tomkins) (Islington, 1859 – ?, 1929) was a British composer, arranger and flautist.
Charles Makley (November 24, 1889–September 22, 1934), also known as Charles McGray and Fat Charles, was an American criminal and bank robber active in the early 20th century, most notably as a criminal associate of John Dillinger.
Charles Robert Maturin, also known as C. R. Maturin (25 September 1782 – 30 October 1824), was an Irish Protestant clergyman (ordained in the Church of Ireland) and a writer of Gothic plays and novels.
Charles Edson "Chuck" McKimson, Jr. (December 20, 1914 – April 16, 1999) was an American animator, best known for his work at Warner Bros. studio.
Charles Molloy Westmacott (c. 1788 - 1868) was a British journalist and author, editor of The Age, the leading Sunday newspaper of the early 1830s.
Major General Charles Dickson Ndaxu Phillip Namoloh (born 28 February 1950) is a Namibian diplomat, politician and military figure who has served in the cabinet of Namibia as Minister of Safety and Security since 2015.
Charles Ng Chi-Tat (born December 24, 1960) is a serial killer who committed numerous crimes in the United States. He is believed to have raped, tortured and murdered between 11 and 25 victims with his accomplice Leonard Lake at Lake's cabin in Calaveras County, California, in the Sierra Nevada foothills, 60 miles from Sacramento. After his 1985 arrest and imprisonment in Canada on robbery and weapons charges, followed by a lengthy dispute between Canada and the United States, Ng was extradited to California, tried, and convicted of 11 murders. He is currently on death row at San Quentin State Prison.
Charles Osgood Wood, III (born January 8, 1933), known professionally as Charles Osgood, is a retired American radio and television commentator and writer.
Charles Sealsfield was the pseudonym of Austrian-American journalist Carl (or Karl) Anton Postl (3 March 1793 – 26 May 1864), an advocate for a German democracy.
Charles William Kingston (June 26, 1884 – November 29, 1975) was a member of the Latter Day Church of Christ and the Davis County Cooperative Society.
Charles Edward "Charlie" Dixon (December 31, 1898, Jersey City, New Jersey - December 6, 1940, New York City) was an American jazz banjoist.
Arthur W. Ferguson (April 18, 1944 – February 19, 2016), known professionally as Charlie Tuna, was a radio personality and television host based in Los Angeles, California.
Charlotte Dacre (1771 or 1772 – 7 November 1825), born Charlotte King, was an English author of Gothic novels.
Charlotte Führer (1834 – November 5, 1907) was a German author and midwife/"doctress".
Charlotte Jay was the pseudonym adopted by Australian mystery writer and novelist, Geraldine Halls (17 December 1919 – 27 October 1996).
The Château de la Muette is a château located on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne in Paris, France, near the Porte de la Muette.
Ernesto "Che" Guevara (June 14, 1928 – October 9, 1967)The date of birth recorded on was June 14, 1928, although one tertiary source, (Julia Constenla, quoted by Jon Lee Anderson), asserts that he was actually born on May 14 of that year.
Appearances of Argentine Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara (1928–1967) in popular culture are common throughout the world.
Cheap Truth was a free series of one-page, double-sided newsletters (i.e., fanzine) published in the 1980s.
"Chega de Saudade" (published English version is "No More Blues") is often considered to be the first recorded bossa nova song.
Chen Duxiu (October 8, 1879 – May 27, 1942) was a Chinese revolutionary socialist, educator, philosopher, and author, who co-founded the Chinese Communist Party (with Li Dazhao) in 1921, serving from 1921 to 1927 as its first General Secretary.
In the study of the classic Chinese novel Dream of the Red Chamber, the Cheng-Gao versions or Cheng-Gao editions (程高本) refer to two illustrated, woodblock print editions of the book, published in 1791 and 1792, both entitled The Illustrated Dream of the Red Chamber (绣像红楼梦).
Cher (born May 20, 1946 as Cherilyn Sarkisian, Շերիլին Սարգիսեան) is an American singer and actress.
"Cherry Lips", also known as "Cherry Lips (Go Baby Go!)" is a 2001 song written, recorded and produced by alternative rock group Garbage for their third studio album, Beautiful Garbage.
Cherry Red Records is a British independent record label founded by Iain McNay in 1978.
Bo Laurent, better known by her pseudonym Cheryl Chase (born August 14, 1956), is an American intersex activist and the founder of the Intersex Society of North America.
Chester K. Steele was a house pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate for a series of mystery books.
Chester William "Chet" Powers, Jr. (October 7, 1937 – November 16, 1994) was an American singer-songwriter, and the lead singer of the rock group Quicksilver Messenger Service.
Chetta Chevalier, born Henrietta Scerri (2 April 1901 – 7 September 1973), a Maltese woman of British nationality resident in Rome, was a critical node in Monsignor Hugh O'Flaherty's "Rome Escape Line" network operating in the Vatican during World War Two.
The Chicago Fun Club is a group of adults from all across the Midwest United States who gather together to enjoy the fun of being nude.
Charles (Chick) Bullock (September 16, 18981900 U.S. Federal Census, Township #5, Silver Bow, Montana, enumeration district 90, page 5. Bullock's birth date is confirmed by his entries in the Social Security Death Index and the California Death Index. – September 15, 1981) was an American jazz and dance band vocalist, most active in the 1930s.
Charles "Chuck" Dean Hayes (born Charles Dean Fout) (stage name: Chick McGee) is a radio personality who appears on The Bob & Tom Show.
The Chief Electoral Officer, Uttar Pradesh (a.k.a. CEO, Uttar Pradesh) is the Government official responsible for supervising the preparation, revision and correction of the electoral roll and for supervising the conduct of all elections in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Chiefs is a television miniseries based upon the novel of the same name by Stuart Woods.
Chil Meyer Rajchman a.k.a. Henryk Reichman nom de guerre Henryk Ruminowski (June 14, 1914 – May 7, 2004) was a Polish-Jewish Holocaust survivor; former prisoner of the Treblinka extermination camp which took the lives of 800,000 Jews during the genocidal Operation Reinhard in World War II.
Child erotica is non-pornographic material relating to children that is used by any individuals for sexual purposes.
Chinese Shadows is a book written by Simon Leys, which is the pseudonym for Belgian Sinologist Pierre Ryckmans.
"Chopsticks" (original name "The Celebrated Chop Waltz") is a simple, widely known waltz for the piano.
Chor Bani Thangaat Kare (ચોર બની થનગાટ કરે) is a 2017 Gujarati comedy, drama film directed by Rahul Bhole and written by Rahul Bhole, Chetan Dhanani, Mehul Vyas and Vinit Kanojia.
Chouan ("the silent one", or "owl") is a French surname.
Christopher "Chris" Ballew (born May 28, 1965) is an American musician best known as the former lead singer and 'basitarist' of the alternative rock group The Presidents of the United States of America.
Christine "Chris" Costner Sizemore (April 4, 1927 – July 24, 2016) was an American woman who, in the 1950s, was diagnosed with multiple personality disorder, now known as dissociative identity disorder.
Chris Douglas (born 4 August 1974), known primarily for his work as O.S.T., is an electronic musician from San Francisco, California.
Located in Indianapolis, Indiana, The Chris Gonzalez Library and Archives is a circulating LGBT libraries in the Midwest.
Chris J. Miller is an American director, writer, composer and actor.
Chris Robinson is an American film director, commercial director, and music video director.
Christapor Mikaelian (Armenian: Քրիստափոր Միքայէլեան, Krisdapor Mikaelyan/Chrisdapor Mikaelian; 18 October 1859 – 1 March 1905), also known by his noms de guerre Hellen (Էլլէն), Topal (Թոփալ), and Edward (Էդուարդ), was one of the three founders of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation along Stepan Zorian and Simon Zavarian, also part of Armenian national liberation movement.
Christia Sylf was the pseudonym of Christiane Léonie Adélaïde Richard, born 28 September 1924 in Paris, died on 28 November 1980 in Entrevaux (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence).
Christian Devi Brando (May 11, 1958 – January 26, 2008) was the only child of actress Anna Kashfi with American actor Marlon Brando (who had eleven children).
Christian Brothers is a 2011 Indian Malayalam action-thriller film directed by Joshiy.
The Marquis Christian de Bonchamps (15 June 1860 – 9 December 1919) was a French explorer in Africa and a colonial officer in the French Empire during the late 19th- early 20th-century epoch known as the "Scramble for Africa", who played an important role in two of the more notorious incidents of the period.
Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter (born February 21, 1961) is a convicted murderer and impostor born in Germany who is currently serving a prison sentence in the United States.
Christina Filiaggi is a former on-air contributor and traffic reporter for The Steve Dahl Show on WLS (AM) 890 in Chicago, Illinois.
Christine is purportedly a compilation of letters from a "gifted young English girl studying in Germany just before the outbreak of the war" (Charms 188) to her mother in Britain.
Dame Christine McKelvie Cole Catley (née Bull, 19 December 1922 – 21 August 2011) was a New Zealand journalist, publisher and author.
Christine Ida Collins (December 14, 1888–December 8, 1964) was an American woman who made national headlines during the late 1920s and 1930s, after her 9-year-old son, Walter Collins, went missing in 1928.
Christine Enghaus, pseudonym of Johanne Louise Christine Engehausen, (9 February 1815 in Braunschweig – 29 June 1910 in Vienna) was a German actress and wife of the German playwright Friedrich Hebbel.
Christopher Boyd, also known by his online pseudonym Paperghost, is a computer security researcher.
Christopher Caudwell is the pseudonym of Christopher St John Sprigg (20 October 1907 – 12 February 1937), a British Marxist writer, thinker and poet.
Christopher Dunn is a computer enthusiast noted for his involvement with CompuServe, and for the first high-profile online courtship leading to marriage in the United States.
The Christopher Little Literary Agency is a firm of literary agents based in London.
Christopher McCulloch, also known by the pseudonym Jackson Publick, is an American comic book and television writer, storyboard artist, and voice actor known for his work on several ''Tick'' properties and for the animated television series The Venture Bros. He and Doc Hammer are the Venture Bros. co-creators, writers, editors, and directors, producing the show through their animation company Astro-Base Go.
Christopher Wright (born November 24, 1964) in Pontiac, Michigan, is the author of dozens of horror fiction books for children and young adults.
Christos Tsolakopoulos (Xρίστος Τσολακόπουλος, 1868–1923) was a Hellenic Army officer.
This is a chronology of activities by the Provisional Irish Republican Army, an Irish republican paramilitary group from 2000 to 2009.
This is a chronology of activities by the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA), an Irish republican paramilitary group from 2010 onward.
Chrysanne Stathacos (born 1951, Buffalo, NY) is a multidisciplinary artist of Greek, American and Canadian origin.
"Chuck Versus the Beefcake" is the fifteenth episode of the second season of Chuck.
Chung Mong-hong (born 1965), also known by his pseudonym, Nagao Nakashima, is a Taiwanese film director, screenwriter and cinematographer.
A series of incidents in 2009 led to Church of Scientology-owned networks being banned from making edits to Wikipedia articles relating to Scientology. The Church of Scientology has long had a controversial history on the Internet, and has initiated campaigns to manipulate material and remove information critical of itself from the web. From early in Wikipedia's history, conflict arose within the topic of Scientology on the website. Disputes began in earnest in 2005, with users disagreeing about whether or not to describe Scientology as an abusive cult or religion. By 2006, disagreements concerning the topic of Scientology on Wikipedia had grown more specific. Wikipedia user and Scientology critic David Gerard commented to The Daily Telegraph in 2006 that some articles were neutral due to a requirement to reference stated facts. Revelations from software produced by Virgil Griffith in 2007 called WikiScanner made public the nature of edits on Wikipedia which were able to be traced directly back to Church of Scientology-controlled computers. CBS News and The Independent reported that edits by the Church of Scientology were made in attempts to remove criticism from the main article on the topic. The Times and Forbes noted that Scientologist computers were used to remove links between the Church of Scientology and a former anti-cult organization, since taken over by Scientology, the Cult Awareness Network. Der Spiegel reported that Wikiscanner revealed Scientology computers were used to promote Scientology's critical view of psychiatry, including adding links to the Scientology-founded Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) and to websites of other groups affiliated with Scientology. In January 2009, The Register reported on a case involving Scientology before Wikipedia's Arbitration Committee. The Arbitration Committee on Wikipedia is composed of a group of volunteers elected by the editing community to resolve especially difficult conflicts. Wikipedia administrators presented evidence during the case that Scientology-controlled computers were used to promote the organization, using multiple user accounts. One user going by the pseudonym "COFS" admitted this pattern of editing, and stated the edits from Scientology computers would continue. In May 2009, the Arbitration Committee decided to restrict editing from IP addresses belonging to the Church of Scientology, to prevent biased edits by editors within Church of Scientology-administered networks. The decision accorded Scientology-controlled IP addresses the same blockable status as open proxies on the site. A large number of Scientology critics were banned as well. The committee concluded that both sides had "gamed policy" and resorted to "battlefield tactics", with articles on living persons being the "worst casualties". Arbitration Committee member Roger Davies wrote the majority of the decision, and commented to The New York Times that due to the controversial nature of the case, the decision was crafted so as not to focus directly upon any particular individual. Wikipedia media contact Dan Rosenthal emphasized in a statement to ABC News that it was generally accepted procedure on the site to ban users that had violated policy intended to prevent them from promoting propaganda. Wikimedia Foundation spokesman and head of communications Jay Walsh said to Bloomberg BusinessWeek the Arbitration decision was intended to help restore Scientology-related articles to an acceptable state on the site. Wikimedia Germany spokesperson Catrin Schoneville stated to Computerwoche that the decision impacted the English Wikipedia, and noted it was unclear whether a similar ruling might be applied to the German Wikipedia. Statements from Scientology spokeswoman Karin Pouw labelled the Arbitration ruling as a routine matter, and maintained there were still "gross inaccuracies" on the Scientology article. In a statement to CNN, Pouw denied the presence of an organized campaign by the Church of Scientology to manipulate Wikipedia. Scientology representative Tommy Davis emphasized to the St. Petersburg Times that users critical of the organization were also banned, and similarly denied that Scientology leadership arranged a campaign to manipulate entries on Wikipedia.
Cigarette Smoking Man (abbreviated CSM or C-Man; sometimes referred to as Cancer Man or the Smoking Man) is a fictional character and one of the primary antagonists of the Fox science fiction-supernatural television series The X-Files.
The cinema of the Philippines (Filipino: Pelikulang Pilipino or Sine Pilipino) began with the introduction of the first moving pictures to the country on January 1, 1897 at the Salón de Pertierra in Manila.
Ir. Ciputra, a.k.a. Tjipoetra or Tjie Tjien Hoan (born 24 August 1931) is a Chinese Indonesian businessman who owns Ciputra Development, a property companies in Indonesia, and Ciputra Group. Born in Parigi, Central Sulawesi, Ciputra was the 23rd richest Indonesian according to Forbes, with a total of US$1.3 billion. He is also the 1st biggest philanthropist in Indonesia.
Ciro Ippolito (born Naples, Italy, 27 January 1947) is an Italian film director, screenwriter and producer.
Citizens band radio (also known as CB radio) is, in many countries, a system of short-distance radio communications between individuals typically on a selection of 40 channels within the 27 MHz (11 m) band.
The Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI was a leftist activist group operational in the US during the early 1970s.
Claire Martin, (18 April 1914 – 18 June 2014) was the pseudonym of the Canadian writer Claire Montreuil.
Clan MacAulay (Clann Amhlaoibh), also spelt Macaulay or Macauley is a Scottish clan.
Clara Edwards (April 17, 1880 in Decoria Township, Minnesota – January 17, 1974 in New York, New York) was an American singer, pianist, and composer of art songs.
Clara Maria Brinkerhoff (pseudonym, Henri Gordon; 8 September 1828 -) was an American singer and musical educator.
Clara H. Mountcastle (26 November 1837 – 24 May 1908) was a Canadian artist and author who published her early work under the pseudonym Caris Sima.
Countess Clara von der Schulenburg (1874 – 10 February 1951), was a female German tennis player who was active in the final years of the 19th century and the early 20th century.
Clare Francis is a pseudonym used since 2010 for hundreds of whistle-blowing emails sent to the editors of scientific journals that call attention to suspected cases of plagiarism and fabricated or duplicated figures.
Clarence is a 1988 BBC situation comedy starring Ronnie Barker and Josephine Tewson, written by Ronnie Barker under the pseudonym "Bob Ferris" as an acknowledgement to Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, creators of Porridge.
Clarence Young was a house pseudonym used by the Stratemeyer Syndicate for series of books for boys, the most well-known being the "Motor Boys" series.
Clarinda was the pen name used by an anonymous Peruvian poet, generally assumed to be a woman, who wrote in the early 17th Century.
is a Japanese pop music idol duo which formed in 2009 with singers Clara and Alice from Hokkaido, who were in junior high school at the time.
Class of Nuke 'Em High (also known as Atomic High School) is a 1986 American science-fiction horror comedy film made by cult classic B-movie production group Troma Entertainment.
Classics is an electronic music compilation album by Richard D. James, more commonly known by his pseudonym of Aphex Twin (credited here as The Aphex Twin).
Claude Dupuy (1545–1594), a Parisian jurist, humanist and bibliophile, was a leading figure in the circle of French legal humanists and historians that gathered around Jacques Cujas and Jacques-Auguste de Thou.
Claude Hardy (1604 – 5 April 1678) was a French linguist, mathematician, and lawyer known for translating the works of Erasmus and Euclid into 36 different languages.
Claudio Giovanni Antonio Monteverdi (15 May 1567 (baptized) – 29 November 1643) was an Italian composer, string player and choirmaster.
Clay Bertrand is an alleged alias associated with two people connected to various investigations regarding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963.
Clay LaVerne Shaw (March 17, 1913 – August 15, 1974) was a businessman in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Clémence de Grandval (21 January 1828 – 15 January 1907), born as Marie Félicie Clémence de Reiset and also known as Vicomtesse de Grandval and Marie Grandval, was a French composer of the Romantic era.
Clemens Wilmenrod (July 24, 1906 – April 12, 1967) was the first German television cook.
Cleopatra the Alchemist who likely lived during the 3rd century, was a Greek Egyptian alchemist, author, and philosopher.
Clinton Kelly (born February 22, 1969) is an American fashion consultant and media personality known for his role as co-host on What Not to Wear, a reality program that featured fashion makeovers.
Cloven Hoof are a heavy metal band from Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, that was active from 1979 to 1990, and again from around 2000 onwards.
Clue is a 1985 American ensemble mystery comedy film based on the board game of the same name.
ClutchFans is a Houston Rockets fan site, founded by David "Clutch" Hardisty.
Clyde Edric Barron Bernhardt (July 11, 1905 – May 20, 1986) was an American jazz trombonist.
CM/ECF (Case Management/Electronic Case Files) is the case management and electronic court filing system for most of the United States Federal Courts.
Ernie Pantusso (or Pantuso), commonly known as "Coach", is a fictional character on the American television show Cheers, portrayed by Nicholas Colasanto between 1982 and 1985.
Cobra Matata (also known as Banaloki Matata, Justin Banaloki, Justin Wanaloki, Justin Matata Wanaloki, and Matata Wanaloki) is a former leader of the Front for Patriotic Resistance in Ituri (FRPI) and Popular Front for Justice in Congo (FPJC) militias active in the Ituri conflict in the northeastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Cochise County in southeastern Arizona was the scene of a number of violent conflicts in the 19th-century American Old West, including between white settlers and Apache Indians, between opposing political and economic factions, and between outlaw gangs and local law enforcement.
Cocktails & Dreams is an album of B-Sides and rarities by the Chicago punk rock band The Lawrence Arms, released in 2005 by Asian Man Records.
A code name or cryptonym is a word or name used, sometimes clandestinely, to refer to another name, word, project or person.
Code of Vengeance is the umbrella title for a series of American television programs, produced by Universal Television, that aired on NBC in 1985 and 1986.
Joel David Coen (born November 29, 1954) and Ethan Jesse CoenState of Minnesota.
The Cold War (1947–1953) is the period within the Cold War from the Truman Doctrine in 1947 to the conclusion of the Korean War in 1953.
The Collusion Syndicate, formerly the Collusion Group and sometimes spelled Collu5ion, C0llu5i0n or C011u5i0n, was a Computer Security and Internet Politics Special Interest Group (SIG) founded in 1995 and effectively disbanded around 2002.
The Colt Buntline Special is a long-barreled variant of the Colt Single Action Army revolver, which Stuart N. Lake described in his best-selling but largely fictionalized 1931 biography, Wyatt Earp: Frontier Marshal.
Seth Haley (known by his stage name Com Truise) is an American electronic musician from Oneida, New York, who now resides in Los Angeles, California.
Comandanta Esther is the nom de guerre of a revolutionary in the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) of Chiapas, Mexico, created for indigenous people's rights.
Comandanta Ramona (1959 – January 6, 2006) was the nom de guerre of an officer of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), a revolutionary indigenous autonomist organization based in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas.
Come and Blow the Horn (Fäbodjäntan, approximately The herding lass) is a 1978 Swedish pornographic film directed by Joseph W. Sarno, using the pseudonym Lawrence Henning, and produced by Sture Sjöstedt.
A comic book or comicbook, also called comic magazine or simply comic, is a publication that consists of comic art in the form of sequential juxtaposed panels that represent individual scenes.
The Commonitorium or Commonitory is a 5th-century Christian treatise written after the council of Ephesus under the pseudonym "Peregrinus" and attributed to Vincent of Lérins.
Communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS) are the main functions that form the infrastructure for air traffic management, and ensure that air traffic is safe and efficient.
Communism in the Philippines emerged in the first half of the 20th century during the period of American colonial rule, stemming from labor unions and peasant groups.
The Communist Party of Thailand (พรรคคอมมิวนิสต์แห่งประเทศไทย; abbreviated CPT) was a communist party in Thailand active from 1942 until the 1990s.
The Communist Party of the Philippines (Filipino: Partido Komunista ng Pilipinas) is a revolutionary organization and the leading communist party in the Philippines, formed by Jose Maria Sison on December 26, 1968.
Communities.com is a non-commercial, advertisement-free, Internet social networking Website that started in 1996 and is considered the first social network website in the world.
Comparison of payment systems (also known as comparison of payment processing services, comparison of payment processors, or comparison of merchant services) is a list displaying comparative information and fee rates on various payment systems (also payment processing services, payment processor, or merchant services).
Compilation (also known as Caustic Window Compilation) is one of only two full length acid house-techno albums by Richard D. James released under his pseudonym of Caustic Window.
The term comrade is used to mean "friend", "mate", "colleague", or "ally", and derives from the Iberian Romance language term camarada, literally meaning "chamber mate", from Latin camera "chamber" or "room".
Comrade José (Camarada José) is the nom de guerre of Víctor Quispe Palomino, who claims to be the leader of the Shining Path, a Maoist guerrilla group in Peru.
"Raph" was the racing pseudonym of Comte George Raphaël Béthenod de Montbressieux (February 8, 1910 – June 16, 1994), a French-Argentine racing driver.
Conainne, also known as Dachonna, was an Irish missionary and saint.
Connie Passalacqua Hayman is an American journalist and educator.
Connie Wilkins (who often uses the pseudonym Sacchi Green) is an author of lesbian themed science fiction and fantasy erotica published under the title Wild Flesh.
Conny Stuart (5 September 1913 – 22 August 2010), pseudonym of Cornelia van Meijgaard, was a Dutch actress, singer, and cabaretière.
Conrado Balweg was a former Filipino Catholic priest and rebel who was the founder of the Cordillera People’s Liberation Army, a militant group which advocated autonomy for the Cordillera region in the Philippines.
Consolevania is a video games TV show filmed in and around Glasgow, Scotland.
The Conspiracy of the Equals (Conjuration des Égaux) of May 1796 was a failed coup de main during the French Revolution.
The Conspiracy of the Slaves (Konfoffa tal-ilsiera), also known as the Revolt of the Slaves, was a failed plot by Muslim slaves in Hospitaller-ruled Malta to rebel, assassinate Grand Master Manuel Pinto da Fonseca and take over the island.
Constance Drexel (ca. November 24, 1884 or ca. November 28, 1894 (possible; disputed) – August 28, 1956), a naturalized United States citizen,John Carver Edwards, Berlin Calling: American Broadcasters in Service to the Third Reich, Praeger Publishers (1991), pp.
Constance Isabel Smith (June 1894–after 1932) was a popular British novelist.
Constantine Gregorievich Kromiadi (Константин Григориевич Кромиади) (1893 - 1990) was a Caucasus Greek-born military officer and anti-communist who served in the Imperial Russian Army, the White Army, he headed Russian National People's Army and finally he commanded the headquarters of Nazi collaborator Russian Liberation Army.
Consuelo González Ramos (7 June 1877 - ?; also known by her pseudonyms Celsia Regis and Doñeva de Campos) was a Spanish journalist, nurse, and feminist.
Contact is Freda Payne's fourth American released album and her second for Invictus Records.
Control is a fictional character created by John le Carré.
Harold Lloyd Jenkins (September 1, 1933 – June 5, 1993), better known by his stage name Conway Twitty, was an American country music singer.
"Cool Girl" is a song by Swedish singer and songwriter Tove Lo.
"Cool Vibes" was the Swiss entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, sung by Estonian girl band Vanilla Ninja.
The Cooper River Bridge Run is an annual one-way road running event across the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge held in the cities of Mount Pleasant and Charleston in South Carolina, on the first Saturday in April.
Copy protection, also known as content protection, copy prevention and copy restriction, is any effort designed to prevent the reproduction of software, films, music, and other media, usually for copyright reasons.
consist of two parts: "Author's Rights" and "Neighbouring Rights." As such, "copyright" is a convenient collective term rather than a single concept in Japan.
Copyright in Russia developed originally along the same lines as in Western European countries.
The current Copyright law of the Russian Federation is codified in part IV of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation.
Corazón de poeta (Spanish for "Heart of a poet") is the fourth studio album by English-born Spanish singer Jeanette, released in June 1981 on RCA Victor.
Corey S. Davis (born Corey D. Shoblom Davis, May 24, 1979) is an American entrepreneur and philanthropist who founded Good Deeds Global.
Corneille – Guillaume Cornelis van Beverloo (3 July 1922 – 5 September 2010), better known under his pseudonym Corneille, was a Dutch artist.
A Preliminary Analysis of the October 1, 1965, Coup in Indonesia, more commonly known as the "Cornell Paper", is an academic publication detailing the events of an abortive coup d'état attempt by the self-proclaimed September 30 Movement, produced on January 10, 1966.
Cornell George Hopley-Woolrich (December 4, 1903 – September 25, 1968) was an American novelist and short story writer who wrote using the name Cornell Woolrich, and sometimes the pseudonyms William Irish and George Hopley.
Cosmo Kramer, usually referred to as simply "Kramer", is a fictional character on the American television sitcom Seinfeld (1989–1998), played by Michael Richards.
Costello is an Irish surname.
"Cough/Cool" is the first single released by the horror punk band the Misfits.
Rada Jedności Narodowej (Council of National Unity, RJN) was the quasi-parliament of the Polish Underground State during World War II.
Count of Ameal (Portuguese: Conde do Ameal) is a Portuguese title of nobility held by the Ayres de Campos family (also graphed Aires de Campos in contemporary Portuguese orthography).
Count Zero is a science fiction novel by American-Canadian writer William Gibson, originally published in 1986.
Counter-jihad or counterjihad or counter-jihad movement is a political current loosely consisting of authors, bloggers, think tanks, street movements and campaign organisations all linked by a common belief that the Western world is being subjected to takeover by Muslims.
Gabrielle Anne Cisterne de Courtiras, vicomtesse de Saint-Mars (2 August 180411 September 1872), nom de plume Countess Dash, was a prolific French writer.
A courtesy name (zi), also known as a style name, is a name bestowed upon one at adulthood in addition to one's given name.
Cowboy action shooting (CAS, also known as western action shooting, single action shooting, or cowboy 3-gun) is a competitive shooting sport that originated in Southern California in the early 1980s.
A craft name, also known as magical/magickal name, is a secondary religious name often adopted by practitioners of Wicca and other forms of Neopagan witchcraft or magic.
Craig Paul Alexander Hinton (7 May 1964 – 3 December 2006) was a British writer best known for his work on various spin-offs from the BBC Television series Doctor Who.
Crane is a pseudonym of Richard Alan Krieger (born 1957).
Crazy Eddie was a consumer electronics chain in the Northeastern United States.
Crazy Lou (died 1886) was the pseudonym of a New York showgirl and prostitute who was a well-known personality in the Bowery during the late 19th century.
A cricket tournament, played as part of the 1900 Summer Olympics, took place on 19–20 August at the Vélodrome de Vincennes.
Crime Writers of Canada (CWC) is a national, non-profit organization, founded in 1982 by Derrick Murdock and other professional crime writers.
Criminal records in the United States contain records of arrests, criminal charges and the disposition of those charges.
Cristina Rodríguez, (Spain – January 1, 1972), is a journalist and writer from Spain who writes in the French language.
Criticism of Facebook relates to how Facebook's market dominance have led to international media coverage and significant reporting of its shortcomings.
Crockett Johnson (October 20, 1906 – July 11, 1975) was the pen name of the American cartoonist and children's book illustrator David Johnson Leisk.
Crossbones is an American television series that aired on the NBC network from May 30 to August 2, 2014.
Crown of Stars is a posthumous collection of Alice Sheldon (aka James Tiptree, Jr.)‘s unpublished short stories and those published in the final years of her career.
A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets.
CSNY/Déjà Vu is a 2008 documentary film directed by Bernard Shakey, a pseudonym for Neil Young.
CTB v News Group Newspapers is an English legal case between Manchester United player Ryan Giggs, given the pseudonym CTB, and defendants News Group Newspapers Limited and model Imogen Thomas.
Cubic 22 were a Belgian electronic music project, made up of producers, Peter Ramson and Danny Van Wauwe, who also went on to issue material under various pseudonyms.
Cujo is a 1981 psychological horror novel by American writer Stephen King, about a rabid dog.
The Culper Ring was a spy ring organized by American Major Benjamin Tallmadge under orders from General George Washington in the summer of 1778, during the British occupation of New York City at the height of the American Revolutionary War.
Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson have been depicted in popular culture, both biographical and fictional, following his abdication in 1936 and their marriage the following year.
Cyberbully is a UK television docu-drama thriller that premiered on Channel 4 on 15 January 2015.
Alexey Yanushevsky (Алексе́й Анато́льевич Януше́вский) (born May 17, 1990), who also goes by the pseudonym "Cypher", resides in Minsk, and is a Belarusian professional player of the first person shooter series Quake.
A cypherpunk (UK /ˈsʌɪfəpʌŋk/ US /ˈsʌɪfərpʌŋk/) is any activist advocating widespread use of strong cryptography and privacy-enhancing technologies as a route to social and political change.
Cyril Judd was a joint pseudonym used by American writers Cyril M. Kornbluth and Judith Merril for their two novels:, by James Nicoll, at JamesDavisNicoll.com; published March 26, 2017; retrieved March 26, 2017.
Czesław Niemen (February 16, 1939 – January 17, 2004), born Czesław Juliusz Wydrzycki, and often credited as just Niemen, was one of the most important and original Polish singer-songwriters and rock balladeers of the last quarter-century, singing mainly in Polish.
Czon (aka.Czon von Underground) is a pseudonymous Swedish-based artist who works with images, street art, guerilla-art and installations.
D-Rok was a British hard rock band notable for its Warhammer 40,000-influenced lyrics.
Dorothy Catherine "D.
Doddaalahalli Kempegowda Suresh a.k.a. D. K. Suresh is an Indian member of Parliament of the 16th Lok Sabha of India.
Dattatreya Ramachandra Bendre (31 January 1896 – 26 October 1981), popularly known as Da.
Jamal Said (c. 1965 - 24 August 2012) better known by the nom de guerre Mullah Dadullah and also Maulana Mohammad Jamal, was a senior member of the Pakistani Taliban.
Dagmar Ingrid Braun Celeste (born 1941) is an American counselor, Christian priest, and author.
Daikaiju (stylized "DaiKaiju") are a kaiju-themed surf rock revival band from Huntsville, Alabama, now based out of Houston, usually consisting of two guitarists, a bassist, and a drummer.
Daku is a pseudonymous graffiti artist from Delhi, India.
Dallas Raymond McKennon (July 19, 1919 – July 14, 2009), sometimes credited as Dal McKennon, was an American actor and voice actor, in a career lasting over 50 years.
Damyan Yovanov Gruev or Damjan Jovanov Gruev, often known by his short name Dame Gruev,The first names are transliterated either as Damjan Jovanov, after the Bulgarian Дамян Йованов Груев and Macedonian Дамјан Јованов Груев.
Damien Saez is a French singer-songwriter and musician.
Dan Garret is a fictional superhero from DC Comics first appearing in Mystery Men Comics by Fox Comics created by Charles Nicholas.
Daniel Hoffard Kennedy (born July 22, 1982) is a retired American soccer player who played as goalkeeper.
Dan Goeb Patrick (born Dannie Scott Goeb; April 4, 1950) is an American radio talk show host and politician from Houston, Texas.
Dana Shawn Stevens (born June 30, 1966) is a movie critic at ''Slate''.
Dance with Me is the first full-length album by the American hardcore punk band T.S.O.L. (True Sounds of Liberty), released in 1981 though Frontier Records.
A Dandie Dinmont Terrier is a small Scottish breed of dog in the terrier family.
Danica Marković (Čačak, 1 October 1879-Belgrade, 9 July 1932), the first modern Serbian woman lyric poet, who was also important for her feminist writings.
Daniel Evans (1792 – 28 March 1846), better known by his pseudonym, Daniel Ddu o Geredigion, was a Welsh language poet.
Daniel Glattauer (born May 19, 1960) is an Austrian writer and former journalist.
Daniel Gluckstein (born 3 March 1953 in Paris) is a French Trotskyist politician best known for running in the French presidential election of 2002 as the candidate of the Workers' Party (Parti des Travailleurs, PT).
Daniel Lewis James, (1911 – May 18, 1988),"", McDowell, Edwin, N.Y. Times News Service.
Daniel Mögling born 1596 in Böblingen, died 1635 in Butzbach, was an alchemist and a Rosicrucian.
Daniel Riquelme García (Santiago, Chile, 1857– Lausanne, Switzerland, 1912) was a writer, journalist and chronicler of Chile.
Daniela Sea (born 1977) is an American filmmaker, actress and musician.
Daniel Patrick "Danny" Lohner (born December 13, 1970), frequently known as Renholdër, is an American musician.
The Danube Seven — Christine Mayr-Lumetzberger, Adelinde Theresia Roitinger, Gisela Forster, Iris Muller, Ida Raming, Pia Brunner and Angela White (the last a pseudonym for Dagmar Braun Celeste, the Austrian born former first lady of Ohio in the United States) — are a group of seven women from Germany, Austria and the United States who were ordained as priests on a ship cruising the Danube river on 29 June 2002 by Rómulo Antonio Braschi, Ferdinand Regelsberger, and third unknown bishop.
Danuta Siedzikówna (nom de guerre: Inka; underground name: Danuta Obuchowicz) was a Polish national heroine.
Dany, pseudonym for Daniel Henrotin (born 28 January 1943) is a Belgian comic book artist, best known for Olivier Rameau and Ça vous intéresse?.
Dap Chhuon, also known as Chuan Khemphet (ชวน เข็มเพชร), Khem Phet, Chhuon Mochulpich or Chhuon Mchoul Pech (1912–1959) was a right-wing Cambodian nationalist, guerrilla leader, regional warlord, and general.
Dapayk is an alias for German musician, label owner and techno producer Niklas Worgt (born February 8, 1978 in Bad Frankenhausen, Germany).
Daring Mystery Comics is an American comic-book series published by Timely Comics, a predecessor of Marvel Comics, during the 1930-1940s period fans and historians call the Golden Age of Comic Books.
Darkthrone is a heavy metal band from Kolbotn, Norway.
Darrin Pfeiffer (born 1969 in Buffalo, New York) is an American musician, record producer, band manager and radio personality.
Darryl Francis Zanuck (September 5, 1902December 22, 1979) was an American film producer and studio executive; he earlier contributed stories for films starting in the silent era.
Darwin LeOra Teilhet (May 20, 1904 – April 18, 1964) was an American mystery novelist, advertising executive, journalist and a film screenwriter and consultant.
"Das Judenthum in der Musik" (German for "Jewishness in Music", but normally translated Judaism in Music; spelled after its first publications, according to modern German spelling practice, as ‘Judentum’) is an essay by Richard Wagner which attacks Jews in general and the composers Giacomo Meyerbeer and Felix Mendelssohn in particular.
David Malcolm "Dave" Adams (193819 March 2016) was a British singer, keyboard player and songwriter.
David James "Dave" Pelzer (born December 29, 1960 in San Francisco, California) is an American author, of several autobiographical and self-help books.
Dave Stitch is the recording pseudonym of UK-based electronic music artist David Brookes.
Dave Tarras (1895 – February 13, 1989) was possibly the most famous 20th century klezmer musician.
David Leavitt (born January 12, 1983) is an American visual artist better known by his pseudonym Davey Detail.
"David Agnew" is a pen name that was employed exclusively on BBC television drama programmes of the 1970s.
David Andrews (born 3 July 1952) is a writer and former Australian diplomat and economist.
David Candy is a pseudonym of Ian Svenonius (formerly of Nation of Ulysses, The Make-Up, and currently Weird War).
David Craig (real name Neil Glass) is a British author.
David Freed (born December 4, 1954 in Albany, Georgia) is an American author, educator, journalist and screenwriter.
David Guy Compton (born August 19, 1930) is a British author who writes science fiction under the name D. G. Compton.
David Galula (1919–1967) was a French military officer and scholar who was influential in developing the theory and practice of counterinsurgency warfare.
David Andrew Gemmell (1 August 1948 – 28 July 2006) was a British author of heroic fantasy, best known for his debut, Legend.
David Benjamin Lat (born June 19, 1975) is an American lawyer, author, and legal commentator.
David Law Proudfit (October 27, 1842, Newburg, New York – February 23, 1897, New York City) was an American poet and lithographer, who also wrote under the pseudonym Peleg Arkwright.
David McKie (born 1935) is a British journalist and historian.
"David Michaels" is a pseudonym for the authors of novels in the Splinter Cell, EndWar, H.A.W.X, and Ghost Recon series, all of which were created by Ubisoft and developed under Ubisoft's Tom Clancy license.
David Michelinie (born May 6, 1948) is an American comic book writer best known for scripting Marvel Comics' The Amazing Spider-Man and Iron Man and the DC Comics feature Superman in Action Comics.
David Paul Berenberg (March 17, 1890 – March 7, 1974) was an American socialist teacher, editor, and writer.
David Poyer (born 1949) is an American author and retired naval officer.
David Ross Locke (also known by his pseudonym Petroleum V. Nasby) (September 20, 1833February 15, 1888) was an American journalist and early political commentator during and after the American Civil War.
David Severn (3 December 1918 – 11 February 2010) was a pseudonym for David Storr Unwin, a British writer.
David Starr, Space Ranger is the first novel in the ''Lucky Starr'' series, six juvenile science fiction novels by Isaac Asimov that originally appeared under the pseudonym Paul French.
David Blake (born July 31, 1988), better known by his stage name David Stones is an American hip hop recording artist and songwriter from Brooklyn, New York.
David Vern Reed (born David Levine; 1924–1989), was an American writer, best known for his work on the Batman comic book during the 1950s in a run that included a revamp of the Batplane in Batman #61 and the introduction of Deadshot in Batman #59 (July 1950).
Dawid Moryc Apfelbaum (some sources give Mieczysław or Mordechaj as his second name, and Appelbaum as his surname), nom de guerre "Kowal" ("Blacksmith") (?-4/28/1943) was allegedly an officer in the Polish Army and a commander of the Jewish Military Union (Żydowski Związek Wojskowy, ŻZW), during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (See Dawid Wdowiński.) In 1939 Apfelbaum was a Lieutenant in the Polish Army.
The Dawn of Freedom Brigades (Tajamu Alwiya Fajr al-Hurriya) was a Free Syrian Army-affiliated Syrian rebel alliance which participated in the Syrian Civil War.
is a Japanese dating sim produced by ACTRESS, originally released on April 25, 2000, on CD-ROM.
The Day of the Sun is an annual public holiday in North Korea on 15 April, the birth anniversary of Kim Il-sung, founder and Eternal President of North Korea.
Daylon Claasen (born 28 January 1990) is a South African international footballer who plays professionally for Bidvest Wits, as a winger.
Daire Cerbba (or Cerba, Cearba, Cearb) was an Irish dynast of uncertain origins, named in many early and late sources as the grandfather of the semi-mythological Mongfind and Crimthann mac Fidaig, and the most frequently named early ancestor of the historical Uí Liatháin and Uí Fidgenti.
is a Japanese four-panel comic strip written and illustrated by Japanese manga author Hiroyuki.
De La Soul is an American hip hop trio formed in 1987 on Long Island, New York.
Deadly Impact (also known by the working titles Angelmaker and To Live and Die) is a 2009 American crime thriller film written by Alexander Vesha and directed by Robert Kurtzman.
Deafula is a 1975 horror movie done completely in American Sign Language.
Dean Adams Andrews Jr. (October 8, 1922 – April 1, 1981) was an attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Dean L. Gitter (born 1935), is an entrepreneur and a real estate developer in the Catskills in New York State.
Dean Ray Koontz (born July 9, 1945) is an American author.
Dear Phoebe is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from September 1954 to April 1955.
The former President and First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, Fidel Castro died of natural causes at 22:29 (CST) in the evening of 25 November 2016.
Death Comes to Time is a webcast audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who, produced by the BBC and first broadcast in five episodes on the BBCi Cult website from 12 July 2001, accompanied by limited animation.
Death Metal Finland is the debut from Finnish death metal band Sotajumala.
The death of Benito Mussolini, the deposed Italian fascist dictator, occurred on 28 April 1945, in the final days of World War II in Europe, when he was summarily executed by Italian partisans in the small village of Giulino di Mezzegra in northern Italy.
On January 11, 2013, Kendrick Johnson's body was discovered inside a rolled up wrestling mat in the gymnasium of Lowndes High School in Valdosta, in the U.S. state of Georgia, where he was a student.
"Death Ramps" is an alias for British indie rock band Arctic Monkeys.
Deathprod is the musical pseudonym used by Norwegian artist Helge Sten for his ambient music project.
"Debbie Gibson Is Pregnant with My Two-Headed Love Child" is a song by Mojo Nixon and Skid Roper, released on the album Root Hog or Die in 1989.
Deborah L. Turbiville (born August 19, 1975) (dubbed the Memorial Madam by the news media) operated the Vivian's Friends brothel and escort agency in Houston, Texas under the pseudonym Vivian.
In computer science, Decentralized Object Location and Routing (DOLR) is a scalable, location-independent routing technology.
Douglas Glenn Colvin (September 18, 1951 – June 5, 2002), known professionally as Dee Dee Ramone, was a German-American musician, singer and songwriter best known as founding member, songwriter, bassist and occasional lead vocalist for the punk rock band the Ramones.
Deep Blue is the alias of electronic and drum and bass musician, Sean O'Keeffe.
Deep Throat is the pseudonym given to the secret informant who provided information in 1972 to Bob Woodward, who shared it with Carl Bernstein.
Deepfake, a portmanteau of "deep learning" and "fake", is an artificial intelligence-based human image synthesis technique.
Defense of the Ancients (DotA) is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) mod for the video game Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos and its expansion, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.
Delivery Man is a 2013 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Ken Scott, produced by DreamWorks Pictures and Reliance Entertainment.
Delphine de Vigan (born 1 March 1966) is a French novelist.
Demogroups are teams of demosceners, who make computer based audio-visual works of art known as demos.
Danylo Ishutin (Данило Ішутін born December 30, 1989), more commonly known by the pseudonym Dendi, is a professional Dota 2 mid-lane player for Natus Vincere from Lviv, Ukraine.
Augusto Duarte Ribeirohttp://cliquemusic.uol.com.br/artistas/ver/denis-brean (Campinas, February 28, 1917 – São Paulo, August 16, 1969), better known as pseudonym Denis Brean, was a Brazilian composer, journalist, broadcaster and lyricist.
Denis Mamadou Gerhard Cuspert (18 October 1975 – 17 January 2018), also known by his stage name Deso Dogg and his nom de guerre Abu Talha al-Almani, was a German rapper who became a member of Islamic State.
Dennis Morgan (born Earl Stanley Morner, December 20, 1908 – September 7, 1994) was an American actor-singer.
Denys James Watkins-Pitchford MBE (25 July 1905 – 8 September 1990) was a British naturalist, an illustrator and a children's author under the pseudonym "BB".
Deo Kumar Singh (/dɛv kuˈmɑr sɪŋ/ देव कुमार सिंह, 24 November 1950 – 21 March 2018), commonly known by his nom de guerre Arvind Ji, Vikash Ji and Sujeet Ji, was the leader of the Indian Maoist movement and the Politburo Member of Communist Party of India (Maoist), a banned communist party in India.
Deolinda Rodrigues (also, Deolinda Rodrigues Francisco de Almeida; pseudonym, Langidila; nickname, "Mother of the Revolution"; 10 February 1939 – 2 March 1967) was an Angolan nationalist, heroine, militant, writer, and translator, who also taught, wrote poetry, and worked as a radio host.
The deportation of Armenian intellectuals, sometimes known as Red Sunday (Western Կարմիր կիրակի Garmir giragi), was the first major event of the Armenian Genocide.
Der Stricker is the pseudonym of a 13th-century Middle High German itinerant poet whose real name has been lost to history.
Derek Pell is a visual artist, photographer, writer and satirist.
"Desafinado," a Portuguese word (usually rendered into English as "Out of Tune", or as "Off Key"), is the title of a bossa nova song composed by Antônio Carlos Jobim with lyrics (in Portuguese) by Newton Mendonça.
Brigham Young (June 1, 1801 – August 29, 1877) was an American leader in the Latter Day Saint movement and a settler of the Western United States.
The Descendants of Saladin Brigade (لواء أحفاد صلاح الدين; Liwa Ahfad Saladin) was a Free Syrian Army group active in the northern Aleppo Governorate.
The Descendents are a punk rock band formed in 1977 in Manhattan Beach, California by guitarist Frank Navetta, bassist Tony Lombardo and drummer Bill Stevenson.
Sidney Royel Selby III (born May 3, 1997), better known by his stage name Desiigner, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, record executive and actor.
Detective fiction is a subgenre of crime fiction and mystery fiction in which an investigator or a detective—either professional, amateur or retired—investigates a crime, often murder.
Capcom developed two light novels in the Devil May Cry universe, written by Shinya Goikeda, illustrated by Shiro Miwa and published by Kadokawa Shoten.
Diana Louisa Napolis (born 1955), also known by her on-line pseudonym Karen Curio Jones or more often simply Curio, is an American former social worker.
Diaspora is a nonprofit, user-owned, distributed social network that is based upon the free Diaspora software.
Richard "Dick" Briefer (January 9, 1915 – December 1980) (Social Security number 093-22-5722) at the United States Social Security Death Index, via GenealogyBank.com; and via, citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing. Retrieved on 21 February 2013. Neither gives specific day of death. First cite from the original on 21 February 2013. Second cite from the original on July 18, 2015. was an American comic-book artist best known for his various adaptations, including humorous ones, of the Frankenstein monster. Under the pseudonym Dick Hamilton, he also created the superhero team the Target and the Targeteers for Novelty Press.
Dick Herman Jacobus de Jongh (born 19 October 1939, Enschede) is a Dutch logician and mathematician and a retired professor at the University of Amsterdam.
Die Brücke (The Bridge) is a 1959 West German film directed by Austrian filmmaker Bernhard Wicki.
Die Kassierer (The Cashiers), also Die mächtigen Kassierer (The Mighty Cashiers), are a satirical punk band from Bochum-Wattenscheid in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Diedrich Knickerbocker is an American literary character who originated from Washington Irving's first novel A History of New-York from the Beginning of the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty, by Diedrich Knickerbocker (1809).
Diego Medrano Fernández (Oviedo, Spain, 1978) is a Spanish poet, narrator and regular columnist of Asturian newspaper El Comercio.
Dietrich Klagges (1 February 1891 in Herringsen, now part of Bad Sassendorf – 12 November 1971 in Bad Harzburg) was a National Socialist politician and from 1933 to 1945 the appointed premier (Ministerpräsident) of the now abolished state of Braunschweig.
The Digital DawgPound (more commonly referred to as the "DDP") is a group of hackers, best known for a series of articles in hacker magazines such as 2600: The Hacker Quarterly and ''Make'', the long-running webcast Binary Revolution Radio, and a very active set of forums with posts from high-profile hackers such as Strom Carlson, decoder, Phiber Optik and StankDawg.
Digital Homicide Studios L.L.C. was an American video game developer based in Yuma, Arizona.
Gulyayev Dmitry Igorevich (born January 22, 1986), better known by his stage name Dimal /dɪmʌl/ (Russian: Димал), is a half-Russian, half-Ukrainian rapper, songwriter and entertainer based in Malta.
In physics and mathematics, the dimension of a mathematical space (or object) is informally defined as the minimum number of coordinates needed to specify any point within it.
Protopresbyter Dimitrios Holevas (January 26, 1907 – July 16, 2001) (Δημήτριος Χολέβας), more commonly known as Papa-Holevas (Παπαχολέβας, "Father Holevas"), was a Greek Orthodox priest who was a notable member of the Greek People's Liberation Army (ELAS), set up by the National Liberation Front (EAM), a leftist resistance movement against the Axis occupation of Greece during World War II.
Dimitris Glinos (Δημήτρης Γληνός, September 2, 1882 – December 26, 1943) was a Greek philosopher, educator and politician.
Dinarak (Al-Mutakamilah for Payments Services via Mobile Phone) is a mobile wallet, money transfer, electronic bill payment, funds disbursement service, licensed by the Central Bank of Jordan under the jomopay national switch and launched in late 2015 as Dinarak wallet as part of the Jordanian central bank's efforts to advocate financial inclusion for the un-banked segment of the Jordanian population.
Diogo Pinto de Freitas do Amaral (b. Póvoa de Varzim, 21 July 1941), known as Freitas do Amaral, is a Portuguese politician and law professor.
Dirty Blondes from Beyond is a 2012 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray (under the pseudonym name Nicholas Juan Medina).
A disc jockey, often abbreviated as DJ, is a person who plays existing recorded music for a live audience.
The phrase Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells is a generic name used in the United Kingdom for a person, usually with strongly conservative political views, who writes letters to newspapers or the BBC in a tone of moral outrage.
Disintegration Effect is the third studio album by American hard rock band Lo-Pro.
Disney Music Group (DMG) is the music recording arm of Walt Disney Studios, a division of The Walt Disney Company.
Disqus is a worldwide blog comment hosting service for web sites and online communities that use a networked platform.
DisruptJ20 (also Disrupt J20) is a Washington, D.C.-based political organization founded in July 2016 and publicly launched on November 11 of the same year.
Dissociative identity disorder (DID), also known as multiple personality disorder, is a mental disorder characterized by at least two distinct and relatively enduring personality states.
The dit name (in French nom-dit) was a common French Canadian custom by which families often adopted an alternate surname.
Diva (1979) by Daniel Odier (writing under the pseudonym Delacorta) is a crime novel set in Paris.
A division of a business, sometimes called a business sector or business unit (segment), is one of the parts into which a business, organization or company is divided.
DJ Ram is a pseudonym of Roman Olegovich Pen'kov (Роман Олегович Пеньков), born on November 17, 1976, in Kirovohrad.
DLR-Tubsat (a.k.a. TUBSAT) was a German remote sensing microsatellite, developed in joint venture between Technical University of Berlin (TUB) and German Aerospace Center (DLR).
Dmítri Aleksándrovitch Bilénkin (Биле́нкин, Дми́трий Алекса́ндрович); September 22, 1933 – July 28, 1987, was a Soviet science fiction author.
Dmitry Grigoryevich Pavlov (Дми́трий Григо́рьевич Па́влов; October 23, 1897July 22, 1941) was a Soviet general who commanded the key Soviet Western Front during the initial stage of the German invasion of the Soviet Union (Operation ''Barbarossa'') in June 1941.
Dmytro Klyachkivsky (Клячківський Дмитро (Роман); 4 November 1911 - 12 February 1945), also known by his pseudonyms Klym Savur, Okhrim, and Bilash, was a commander of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA), first head-commander of the UPA-North.
Dmytro Nytczenko (Дмитро Нитченко; literary pseudonyms: Dmytro Chub or Ostap Zirchasty; February 21, 1905, Zinkiv, Poltava, Ukraine – May 27, 1999, Melbourne, Australia) was a Ukrainian-born literary critic, novelist, memoirist, editor, literary researcher, teacher, and social activist who lived and worked in Australia.
Doctor Spin was a pseudonym used by Andrew Lloyd Webber and record producer Nigel Wright for their 1992 hit single "Tetris".
Doctor Stephen Vincent Strange is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Dodge City Productions (DCP) were a British hip hop/Acid jazz group based in London formed by IG Culture (real name Ian Grant) and DJ Dodge (real name Roger Drakes).
Doe v. Chao, 540 U.S. 614 (2004), is a decision by the United States Supreme Court that interpreted the statutory damages provision of the Privacy Act of 1974.
Dolly Kay (12 June 1900? – 26 August 1982).
Julia Clara Catherine Maria Dolores Robins Norton Birk Olsen Hitchens (December 25, 1907 in San Antonio, Texas – August 1, 1973 in Orange County, California),Nevada State Journal (Reno, Nev.), 8 August 1973, p. 31, col.
Domingo Santos (born 1942) is the pseudonym of Spaniard science fiction author Pedro Domingo Mutiñó.
Donald G. Ingalls (July 29, 1918 – March 10, 2014) was an American screenwriter and television producer.
--> Don Lennon is an independent musician from Massachusetts.
George Donald Mancini (born January 25, 1963) is an American screenwriter and film director.
Donato Francisco Rico II (September 26, 1912 – March 27, 1985) was an American paperback novelist, screenwriter, and comic book writer-artist, who co-created the Marvel Comics characters Jann of the Jungle with artist Arthur Peddy, Leopard Girl with artist Al Hartley, and Lorna the Jungle Girl with an artist generally considered to be Werner Roth.
Don Deadric Robey (November 1, 1903 – June 16, 1975) - accessed May 2010 was an American record label executive, songwriter and record producer.
Donald David DeFreeze (November 15, 1943 – May 17, 1974), also known as Cinque Mtume and using the nom de guerre "Field Marshal Cinque," was the leader of the Symbionese Liberation Army, an American far-left militia group.
Donald Edwin Westlake (July 12, 1933 – December 31, 2008) was an American writer, with over a hundred novels and non-fiction books to his credit.
Donald Gordon Payne (born 3 January 1924 in London) is an English author.
Donald McKinley Glover Jr. (born September 25, 1983) is an American actor, comedian, writer, director, record producer, singer, songwriter, rapper and DJ.
Donald Goines (pseudonym: Al C. Clark) (December 15, 1936 – October 21, 1974) was an African-American writer of urban fiction.
Donald Heiney (September 7, 1921 – July 24, 1993) was a sailor and academic as well as a prolific and inventive writer using the pseudonym of MacDonald Harris for fiction.
Donald Henderson (before 1905–1947) was an English writer.
Doomsday + 1 was an American post-apocalyptic comic-book series published by Charlton Comics in the 1970s.
Doon de Mayence was a fictional hero of the Old French chansons de geste, who gives his name to the third cycle of the Charlemagne romances dealing with the feudal revolts.
Dora is the pseudonym given by Sigmund Freud to a patient whom he diagnosed with hysteria, and treated for about eleven weeks in 1900.
Dorila Antommarchi de Rojas (born 1850s, Cúcuta, Colombia) published numerous poems and sometimes used the pseudonym Colombiana.
Doris is the debut studio album by American rapper Earl Sweatshirt.
Doris Marie Payne (born October 10, 1930 in Slab Fork, West Virginia) is an American convicted jewel thief.
Dorothy Ann Thrupp (often, Dorothea Ann Thrupp or Dorothy A. Thrupp; pseudonyms Iota and D.A.T.; 20 June 1779 – 14 December 1847) was a British psalmist, hymnwriter, and translator.
The Dorothy Dale series was published by the Stratemeyer Syndicate under the house pseudonym Margaret Penrose.
Dorothy Langley was the pseudonym of Dorothy Selma Richardson Kissling, (February 14, 1904 – April 1, 1969) an American novelist.
Dorothy "Dossie" Easton (born February 26, 1944) is an author and family therapist based in San Francisco, California.
Dota 2 is a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) video game developed and published by Valve Corporation.
Double Dexter is the sixth novel written by Jeff Lindsay, and the sixth book in the 'Dexter Morgan' book series about a serial killer who targets serial killers.
Douglas Chandler (May 26, 1889 – unknown) was an American broadcaster of Nazi propaganda during World War II.
Kathiravelu Nythiananda Devananda, commonly known as Douglas Devananda (டக்ளஸ் தேவானந்தா), is a Sri Lankan Tamil politician, Cabinet Minister and leader of the Eelam People's Democratic Party.
Douglas Edward Reeman (15 October 1924 – 23 January 2017), who also used the pseudonym Alexander Kent, was a British author who wote many historical novels about the Royal Navy, mainly set during either World War II or the Napoleonic Wars.
Douglas Alfred Whiteway (born 1961) is a Canadian journalist and author who lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
"The Doves" ("Los Palomos") was the pseudonym under which a group of six Gibraltarian lawyers and businessmen published a letter on 15 March 1968 in the Gibraltar Chronicle advocating a political settlement with Spain to solve the disputed status of Gibraltar.
Dracula is a superhero comic book series published by Dell Comics, based on the three classic Universal Pictures monsters (The other two titles were Frankenstein and Werewolf).
Dracula's Daughter is a 1936 American vampire horror film produced by Universal Pictures as a sequel to the 1931 film Dracula.
Dracula: The Series is a syndicated series about Count Dracula, and was broadcast from September 29, 1990 to May 11, 1991.
Dragiša Stojadinović (Драгиша Стојадиновић, 1886–1968), known by his nom de guerre Krajinac (Крајинац), was a Serbian soldier, lawyer, politician, photographer and videographer.
A Dragon Lady is usually a stereotype of East Asian and occasionally South Asian and Southeast Asian women as strong, deceitful, domineering, or mysterious.
Dragonfly is a novel written by the best-selling author Dean Koontz, released under the pseudonym K. R. Dwyer in 1975.
The draining of the Mesopotamian Marshes occurred in Iraq and to a smaller degree in Iran between the 1950s and 1990s to clear large areas of the marshes in the Tigris-Euphrates river system.
Drake Tungsten was the pseudonym that singer/songwriter Britt Daniel performed under from 1994 to 1996 as a solo artist.
The Dray Prescot series is a sequence of fifty-two science fiction novels and a number of associated short stories of the subgenre generally classified as sword and planet, written by Kenneth Bulmer under the pseudonym of Alan Burt Akers.
The Dread Pirate Roberts is a fictional character in the novel The Princess Bride (1973) and its 1987 film adaptation.
@dril is a pseudonymous Twitter account best known for its idiosyncratic style of absurdist humor and non sequiturs.
Drillbit Taylor is a 2008 American comedy film starring Owen Wilson as the eponymous character and based on an original idea by John Hughes.
DrinkOrDie (DoD) was one of the most prestigious underground software piracy group and warez trading network during the 1990s.
The Dublin Penny Journal was a weekly newspaper, and later series of published volumes, originating from Dublin, Ireland, between 1832 and 1836.
Maria Antonia, Princess of Bavaria, Electress of Saxony (18 July 1724 – 23 April 1780) was a German princess, composer, singer, harpsichordist and patron, known particularly for her operas Il trionfo della fedeltà (Dresden, summer 1754) and Talestri, regina delle amazoni (Nymphenburg Palace, February 6, 1760).
Duel at Apache Wells (also known as Durango Kid der Rächer in Austrian and West German territories) is a 1957 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane (credited as Joe Kane) for Republic Pictures.
The Duetto buffo di due gatti ("humorous duet for two cats") is a popular performance piece for two sopranos which is often performed as a concert encore.
Dugdale is a surname, and may refer to.
The Duke lacrosse case was a widely reported 2006 criminal case in which three members of the Duke University men's lacrosse team were falsely accused of rape.
The Dumb Bunnies are a series of books created by Dav Pilkey, the author of Captain Underpants, under the pseudonym "Sue Denim".
A dummy corporation or dummy company is an entity created to serve as a front or cover for one or more companies.
Duncan Falconer is the pseudonym of an author and former Special Boat Service commando.
Duras is a commune in the Lot-et-Garonne department in south-western France.
Dutch-language literature comprises all writings of literary merit written through the ages in the Dutch language, a language which currently has around 23 million native speakers.
"DVNO" is a song by French electronic music duo Justice from their debut album Cross.
Dzeltenie Pastnieki are a Latvian band formed in 1979 in Riga, Latvia.
E-gold was a digital gold currency operated by Gold & Silver Reserve Inc.
E-Zee Possee were an English electronic music group, active between 1989 and 1991, made up of vocalists and musicians, and led by MC Kinky.
Edward Archibald "Archie" Markham FRSL (1 October 1939 – 23 March 2008) was a Montserratian poet, playwright, novelist and academic.
Edward Harold Physick (20 July 1878 – 30 August 1972) was an English writer, known chiefly as a critic and authority on John Milton; also a poet and fantasy writer.
Ernest William Hornung (7 June 1866 – 22 March 1921) was an English author and poet known for writing the A. J. Raffles series of stories about a gentleman thief in late 19th-century London.
Eadweard Muybridge (9 April 1830 – 8 May 1904, born Edward James Muggeridge) was an English photographer important for his pioneering work in photographic studies of motion, and early work in motion-picture projection.
Earl Russell Browder (May 20, 1891 – June 27, 1973) was an American political activist and leader of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA).
Thebe Neruda Kgositsile (born February 24, 1994), better known by his stage name Earl Sweatshirt, is an American rapper and record producer from Los Angeles, California.
Earthbeat is a compilation album of Future Sound of London's early releases, using several aliases.
The Eastern Bloc of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, from September 2010 known as Bloque Comandante Jorge Briceño, in honour of the slain guerrilla leader, was considered to be the strongest military faction of the guerrilla group.
Ecclesiastes (Greek: Ἐκκλησιαστής, Ekklēsiastēs, קֹהֶלֶת, qōheleṯ) is one of 24 books of the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible, where it is classified as one of the Ketuvim (or "Writings").
Eco-socialism, green socialism or socialist ecology is an ideology merging aspects of socialism with that of green politics, ecology and alter-globalization or anti-globalization.
Ed Broth is the author of Stories From A Moron: Real Stories Rejected by Real Magazines, published in January, 2005 by St.
Ed Dante is the pseudonym of Dave Tomar, a graduate of Rutgers now a freelance writer living in Philadelphia.
Ed Zotti (born 1951) is credited as being the "editor and confidant" of Cecil Adams, the pseudonym of the writer of the column "The Straight Dope" (published by the Chicago Reader and nationally syndicated since 1997).
Edgar Alfred Jepson (1863–1938) was an English author.
Edgar Zivanai Tekere (1 April 1937 – 7 June 2011), nicknamed "2 Boy", was a Zimbabwean politician.
The Edgware Walker is a pseudonym given to a man who appeared as a homeless person in the North London suburb of Edgware.
Edifying Discourses in Diverse Spirits, also Upbuilding Discourses in Various Spirits was published on March 13, 1847 by Søren Kierkegaard.
Edison Tesla Marshall (August 28, 1894 – October 29, 1967) was an American short story writer and novelist.
"Edisonade" is a modern term, coined in 1993 by John Clute in his and Peter Nicholls' The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, for fictional stories about a brilliant young inventor and his inventions, many of which would now be classified as science fiction.
Edith Mary Pargeter, OBE, BEM (28 September 1913 – 14 October 1995), also known by her nom de plume Ellis Peters, was an English author of works in many categories, especially history and historical fiction, and was also honoured for her translations of Czech classics; she is probably best known for her murder mysteries, both historical and modern.
Edmond de Biéville, full name Charles-Henri-Étienne-Edmond Desnoyers de Biéville, (30 May 1814 – 1 January 1880) was a French journalist and playwright.
Edmond Rochefort, full name Claude-Louis-Marie de Rochefort-Luçay (Évaux-les-Bains, 1790 – Paris, April 1871), was a French writer, dramatist, vaudevillist and songs writer.
Edmund Crispin was the pseudonym of Robert Bruce Montgomery (usually credited as Bruce Montgomery) (2 October 1921 – 15 September 1978), an English crime writer and composer, known for his Gervase Fen novels.
Edmund Wacław Heldut - Tarnasiewicz alias " Heldut " (born July 17, 1892 in Radom, Poland and died April 2, 1952 in London, United Kingdom).
Edmund Law Rogers, also known under the pseudonym Leslie Edmunds, was a stage actor who appeared in dramas such as The Octoroon.
, better known by the pseudonym, also romanized as Edogawa Rampo, was a Japanese author and critic who played a major role in the development of Japanese mystery fiction.
Eduard Roschmann (25 November 1908 – 8 August 1977) was an Austrian Nazi SS-Obersturmführer and commandant of the Riga ghetto during 1943.
Eduardo Montes-Bradley (born July 9, 1960) is an award-winning documentarian, and photographer, lecturer, and published author.
Eduardo Schiaffino (1858-1935) was an Argentine painter, critic, intellectual and historian.
Edvard Kardelj (27 January 1910 – 10 February 1979), also known under the pseudonyms Bevc, Sperans and Krištof, was a Yugoslav journalist from Ljubljana, Slovenia, and one of the leading members of the illegal Communist Party of Slovenia before World War II.
Edward Bibbins Aveling (29 November 1849 – 2 August 1898) was a prominent English biology instructor and popular spokesman for Darwinian evolution, atheism, and socialism.
Edward Cranston Campbell (26 August 1916, Glasgow – 4 April 2006, Tunbridge Wells) was a British journalist, and an acknowledged authority on circuses and the training of wild animals.
Edward Craven Walker (4 July 1918 – 15 August 2000) was the inventor of the psychedelic Astro lamp, also known as the lava lamp.
Edward Freeborough (18 August 1830 – 14 September 1896) was the co-author, with Charles Ranken, of Chess Openings Ancient and Modern (1889), one of the first important opening treatises in the English language and a precursor of Modern Chess Openings.
Major Edward Karol Gött-Getyński, or Get-Getyński nom-de-guerre Sosnowiecki (January 4, 1898 – January 25, 1943) was a Major of Artillery in the Polish Army during the interwar period, and the underground resistance fighter during the Nazi German occupation of Poland.
Edward J Grug III (born 29 May 1980) is the pen name of Robert Forrest, an Australian cartoonist and comic writer: he takes his pseudonym from Grug, the main character in a series of children's books by Ted Prior.
Edward John Trelawny (13 November 1792 – 13 August 1881) was a biographer, novelist and adventurer who is best known for his friendship with the Romantic poets Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron.
Edward Kossoy (used the nom de guerre Marcinak; 4 June 1913 – 11 October 2012) was a Polish lawyer, publicist and an activist for victims of Nazism.
Edward "Ned" Low (also spelled Lowe or Loe; 16901724) was a notorious English pirate during the latter days of the Golden Age of Piracy, in the early 18th century.
Edward Morgan Humphreys (1882-1955) was a Welsh novelist, translator, and journalist, often known as E. Morgan Humphreys.
Edward Pygge was a pseudonym used by Ian Hamilton, John Fuller, Clive James, Russell Davies and Julian Barnes.
Marshal Edward Rydz-Śmigły (11 March 1886 – 2 December 1941; nom de guerre Śmigły, Tarłowski, Adam Zawisza), also called Edward Śmigły-Rydz, was a Polish politician, statesman, Marshal of Poland and Commander-in-Chief of Poland's armed forces, as well as painter and poet.
Edward Savio (born June 3, 1963) is an American screenwriter and novelist.
Edward J Sperling (1889 – July 22, 1946), born Ezra Sperling, was a 20th-century writer, humourist, and Zionist.
Martin Edward Whelan III (born 1960) is a politically conservative American lawyer.
Edward Dean Winter (June 3, 1937 – March 8, 2001) was an American actor, perhaps best known for his role as military intelligence officer Colonel Flagg on the television series M*A*S*H.
Edwin Charles Tubb (15 October 1919 – 10 September 2010) was a British writer of science fiction, fantasy and western novels.
Edwin Henry LemareFrequently misspelled "Lamare" in early publications (9 September 1865 – 24 September 1934) was an English organist and composer who lived the latter part of his life in the United States.
Edwin Monroe Bacon (alternately, Edwin Munroe Bacon; pseudonym, Taverner; October 20, 1844 - 1916) was a writer and editor who worked for the Boston Daily Advertiser and The Boston Globe and also wrote books about Boston, Massachusetts, and New England.
Eeklo is a Belgian municipality in the Flemish province of East Flanders.
Ef: A Fairy Tale of the Two is a two-part Japanese adult visual novel series by Minori for Windows PCs.
Egg were an English progressive rock band formed in January 1969.
(pronounced “idea”) is the pseudonym under which the American transdisciplinary artists Paul Lamarre and Melissa P. Wolf have collaborated since 1986.
The Eighteen Upbuilding Discourses (Opbyggelige Taler), sometimes called the Eighteen Edifying Discourses, is a collection of discourses produced by Søren Kierkegaard during the years of 1843 and 1844.
Either/Or (Danish: Enten – Eller) is the first published work of the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard.
Ek Hasina Thi (English: There was a beautiful woman) is a Crime thriller television series created by Cinevistaas Limited for the channel Star Plus from 14 April 2014 to 20 December 2014.
El fiscal (The prosecutor) is a 2015 detective fiction novel from Argentina, freely based on the death of Alberto Nisman.
El Gato Negro (The Black Cat) is the name of two fictional American comic book superheroes created by Richard Dominguez and featured in the Azteca Productions' Universe.
Armando Ochoa, also known as El Graduado, is a fictional character and comic book supervillain created by Richard Dominguez and published by Azteca Productions.
El jefe infiltrado is a 2014 Spanish reality television series, based on the British series Undercover Boss.
El Teneen (Arabic, "the Dragon") is the pseudonym of an anonymous 29-year-old Egyptian street artist and graffiti artist whose work has gained popularity and notoriety in Egypt following the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.
Elaine Pagels, née Hiesey (born February 13, 1943), is an American religious historian who writes on the Gnostic Gospels.
Elastic No-No Band was a musical group based in New York City's anti-folk scene.
Elżbieta Zawacka (19 March 1909 – 10 January 2009), known also by her war-time nom de guerre Zo, was a Polish university professor, scouting instructor, SOE agent and a freedom fighter during World War II.
Elda Neyis Mosquera García (nom de guerre Karina a.k.a. Nelly Ávila Moreno) is the former commander of the 47th Front of FARC-EP, a communist rebel group in Colombia.
Eldad ha-Dani or Eldad HaDani or Eldad ben Mahli ha-Dani (אלדד הדני) was a Jewish, Hebrew-writing merchant and traveler of the ninth century.
Madame Moustache was the pseudonym of Eleanor Dumont (also called Eleonore Alphonsine Dumant), a notorious gambler on the American Western Frontier, especially during the California Gold Rush.
Eleanor Gudger is a professional poker player from Yarm, England.
Eleanor Alice Hibbert (née Burford; 1 September 1906 – 18 January 1993) was an English author who combined imagination with facts to bring history alive through novels of fiction and romance.
Eleanor Stackhouse Atkinson (1863 – November 4, 1942) was an American author, journalist and teacher.
Electric Apricot: Quest For Festeroo is a mockumentary film by Primus lead-man Les Claypool, featuring himself as well as others using pseudonyms.
Elek Köblös (12 May 1887 – 9 October 1938) was an Austro-Hungarian-born Hungarian and Romanian communist activist and political leader.
In particle physics, an elementary particle or fundamental particle is a particle with no substructure, thus not composed of other particles.
Hassan Ibrahim, more commonly known by his nom de guerre Elemo Qiltu, was a prominent member of the Oromo nationalist movement and the leader of the first Oromo Liberation Army.
Elena Ferrante is a pseudonymous Italian novelist.
Encarnación Aragoneses Urquijo (17 November 1886 in Madrid – 8 May 1952 in Madrid), Spanish author of children's literature who wrote under the pen name, Elena Fortún.
Elena Dmitrievna Stasova (p; 3 October 1873 – 31 December 1966) was a Russian communist revolutionary who became a political functionary working for the Communist International (Comintern).
Elisàr August Emanuel von Kupffer (February 20, 1872 – October 31, 1942) was a Baltic German artist, anthologist, poet, historian, translator, and playwright.
Eliza Gutch (née Hutchinson) (1840-1931) was an English author, contributor to Notes and Queries.,Jacqueline Simpson (Editor), Steve Roud (Editor) (2003).
Eliza Henderson Boardman Otis (alternate spelling, Bordman; pseudonym, One of the Barclays; 27 July 1796 - 21 January 1873) was an American philanthropist and novelist, and a social leader in Boston, Massachusetts.
Barbara K Hodges (née Webber) (1893–1949) was an English novelist who wrote under the pseudonym Elizabeth Cambridge.
Elizabeth Catherine Thomas Carne (1817–1873) was a British author, natural philosopher, geologist, conchologist, mineral collector, and philanthropist.
Desiree Mary Lucy Hawkins (10 July 1913 – 25 August 2007), known professionally as Elizabeth Inglis and earlier as Elizabeth Earl, was an English actress, known for her role in The Letter, opposite Bette Davis.
Elizabeth Rotter is an American author of romance novels.
Elizabeth "Long Liz" Stride (née Gustafsdotter; 27 November 1843 – 30 September 1888) is believed to have been a victim of the notorious unidentified serial killer called Jack the Ripper, who killed and mutilated several women in the Whitechapel area of London from late August to early November 1888.
Elizabeth Thomas (1770/71–1855), novelist and poet, is an ambiguous figure.
Dame Elizabeth Wordsworth (1840–1932) was the great-niece of the poet William Wordsworth.
Ella Georgiyevna Adayevskaya (Элла (Елизавета) Георгиевна Адаевская; 26 July 1926) was a Russian composer, pianist, and ethnomusicologist.
Ella Reeve "Mother" Bloor (July 8, 1862 – August 10, 1951) was an American labor organizer and long-time activist in the socialist and communist movements.
Ellen Lenneck was the writing pseudonym of Martha Julie Antoinette Helene Weichardt (1851–1880), a German author of novels and novellas.
Ellenor Fenn (1743–1813) (née Frere; pseudonyms, Mrs. Teachwell, Mrs. Lovechild) was a prolific 18th-century writer of children's books.
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine is an American digest size fiction magazine specializing in crime fiction, particularly detective fiction, and mystery fiction.
Ellery Queen: Don't Look Behind You is a 1971 TV film adaptation of Ellery Queen's novel Cat of Many Tails.
Elliot Whitney was a group pseudonym used by various authors including.
Elmer Edward Solly (September 5, 1945 – November 30, 2007) was convicted of manslaughter in 1970 for the death of two-year-old Christopher Welsh.
Elmer J. McCurdy (January 1, 1880 – October 7, 1911) was an American bank and train robber who was killed in a shoot-out with police after robbing a Katy Train in Oklahoma in October 1911.
Elmyr de Hory (born Elemér Albert Hoffmann; Budapest, April 14, 1906 – Ibiza, December 11, 1976) was a Hungarian-born painter and art forger, who is said to have sold over a thousand forgeries to reputable art galleries all over the world.
Elo Viiding (born 20 March 1974) is an Estonian poet.
Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (November 27, 1875 – December 19, 1941) was an American anthropologist, sociologist, folklorist, and feminist who studied Native American tribes—such as the Tewa and Hopi—in Arizona, New Mexico, and Mexico.
Elsie Mackay (c. 1893– c. 13 March 1928) was a British actress, interior decorator and pioneering aviator who died attempting to cross the Atlantic Ocean with Walter G. R. Hinchliffe in a single engined Stinson Detroiter.
An email alias is simply a forwarding email address.
Emergency Call is a British film released in 1952 by Nettlefold Films.
Emil August Fieldorf “Nil” (20 March 1895 – 24 February 1953) was a Polish brigadier general and a Second World War hero.
Emile Benoit (born 1965) is the pseudonym for the American author of the critically acclaimed Essays and Aphorisms on the Higher Man, Beasts in Eden, and The Artistic Perspective,ref.
Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy (March 22, 1869 – February 6, 1964) was a Filipino revolutionary, politician, and military leader who is officially recognized as the first and the youngest President of the Philippines (1899–1901) and first president of a constitutional republic in Asia.
Emilio Bobadilla (24 June 1862, Cárdenas, Cuba - 1 January 1921, Biarritz, France) was a Cuban writer, poet, literary critic and journalist.
Emiliyan Stanev (Емилиян Станев) was the pseudonym of Nikola Stoyanov Stanev (Никола Стоянов Станев, 28 February 1907 – 15 March 1979), a 20th-century Bulgarian prose writer.
Emily Chubbuck (August 23, 1817 – June 1, 1854) was an American poet who wrote under the pseudonym Fanny Forester.
Emily Harris (born February 11, 1947 as Emily Montague Schwartz) was, along with her husband William Harris (1945-), a member of the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA), an American left-wing terrorist group involved in bank robberies, kidnapping and murder.
Emily Jordan Osment (born March 10, 1992) is an American actress, singer and songwriter.
Emma Augusta Sharkey (also known as Mrs. E. Burke Collins; later known as Mrs. Robert R. Sharkey; September 15, 1858 – May 6, 1902) was a 19th-century American writer, journalist, dime novelist, and story-teller from New York.
Marayat Rollet-Andriane formerly Marayat Krasaesin (มารยาท กระแสสินธุ์) or her birthname Marayat Bibidh (มารยาท พิพิธ;; born 19 January 1932 – 12 June 2005), known by the pen name Emmanuelle Arsan, was a French novelist of Thai origin, best known for the novel featuring the fictional character Emmanuelle, a woman who sets out on a voyage of sexual self-discovery under varying circumstances.
Emmett Louis Till (July 25, 1941 – August 28, 1955) was a 14-year-old African-American who was lynched in Mississippi in 1955, after a white woman said she was offended by him in her family's grocery store.
Elisabeth of Bavaria (24 December 1837 – 10 September 1898) was Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary, and many other titles by marriage to Emperor Franz Joseph I. Elisabeth was born into the royal Bavarian house of Wittelsbach.
Empyrium is a German symphonic folk/doom metal and (later) neofolk/dark folk band.
The Encyclopædia Britannica First Edition (1768–1771) is a 3-volume reference work, an edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica.
Encyclopedia Dramatica (often abbreviated ED and æ) is a satirical website, consisting of a wiki that uses MediaWiki software.
The English Amateur Championship is an annual snooker competition played in England and is the highest ranking and most prestigious amateur event in England.
English prefixes are affixes (i.e., bound morphemes that provide lexical meaning) that are added before either simple roots or complex bases (or operands) consisting of (a) a root and other affixes, (b) multiple roots, or (c) multiple roots and other affixes.
Enjoy! is the third album by the American punk rock band the Descendents, released in 1986 through New Alliance Records and Restless Records.
Enrique Bermúdez Varela (December 11, 1932 – February 16, 1991), aka.
Enrique Breccia (born 1945 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine comic book artist.
Eobard Thawne, otherwise known as Professor Zoom and the Reverse-Flash, is a fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by DC Comics.
EOKA (ΕΟΚΑ) was a Greek Cypriot nationalist guerrilla organisation that fought a campaign for the end of British rule in Cyprus, for the island's self-determination and for eventual union with Greece.
Eon McKai (born 1979) is an American director of alt porn-themed pornographic films.
The Epistle of James (Iakōbos), the Book of James, or simply James, is one of the 21 epistles (didactic letters) in the New Testament.
The Epistle of Jude, often shortened to Jude, is the penultimate book of the New Testament and is traditionally attributed to Jude, the servant of Jesus and the brother of James the Just.
The Epistles of Wisdom or Rasa'il al-Hikma (رسـائـل الـحـكـمـة) is a corpus of sacred texts and pastoral letters by teachers of the Druze Faith, which has currently close to a million faithful, mainly in Lebanon, Syria, Israel and Jordan.
Equal Danger (Italian title: Il contesto) is a 1971 detective novel by Leonardo Sciascia where a police inspector investigating a string of murders finds himself involved in existential political intrigues.
Eric Berne (May 10, 1910 – July 15, 1970) was a Canadian-born psychiatrist who, in the middle of the 20th century, created the theory of transactional analysis as a way of explaining human behavior.
William Eric Durchholz (born Patrick John Coleman, on June 25, 1972) is an American author, 3-D and multimedia graphic artist, and former Internet radio host.
Eric Frank Russell (January 6, 1905 – February 28, 1978) was a British author best known for his science fiction novels and short stories.
Eric Jarosinski (1971) is an American Germanist, author, humorist, and public speaker.
Eric Miller (born in Chicago, Illinois) is an American house music DJ, record producer and remixer.
Eric Muenter (1871–1915), also known as Erich Münter, Erich Muenter, Erich Holt or Frank Holt, was a German-American activist and would-be assassin whose secret attacks on America on behalf of Germany foreshadowed future terrorist attacks.
Major Eric George Sherbrooke Walker, MC (1887–1976) was a hotelier and founder of the Outspan Hotel and Treetops Hotel in Kenya, as well as a decorated military officer.
Eric Temple Bell (February 7, 1883 – December 21, 1960) was a Scottish-born mathematician and science fiction writer who lived in the United States for most of his life.
Erick Morillo is a Colombian-American DJ, music producer and record label owner.
Eric Verpaele (Zelzate, 2 February 1952 – Ertvelde, 10 August 2015) pseudonym Eriek Verpale was a Belgian writer.
Erik Johan Herseth (July 9, 1892 – January 28, 1993) was a Norwegian sailor who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics.
Erik Ortvad (born in Copenhagen June 18, 1917, died in Kvänjarp February 29, 2008) was a painter and a creator of many drawings.
Erik Seidenfaden (24 April 1910 – 13 April 1990) was a Danish journalist and editor.
Erika Chambers is the assumed pseudonym of the Mossad agent behind the action on January 22, 1979 that killed Ali Hassan Salameh, leader of Black September and lead plotter behind the Munich massacre.
Erling Welle-Strand (25 October 1916 – May 24, 2013) was a Norwegian writer and resistance member.
Erma Perham Proetz (1891 – August 1944) was an American advertising executive and the first woman inducted into the Advertising Hall of Fame, in 1952.