Greek theatre in Taormina, Sicily, Italy
Topographic map of Chios and Psara islands, situated in the Aegean Sea in Greece.
Detailed map of Chios
Park at Chios (town)
View of the village of Mesta
View of Pyrgi village
Buildings in Pyrgi covered with sgraffito (local name:Xistà)
Mount Pelinaio
Rock of Saint Markella, patron saint of Chios.
16th-century detailed map of Chios by Piri Reis
ISLANDS off IONIA, Chios. Circa 380-350 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.32 g, 11h)
Reproduction of Sphinx (emblem of Chios).
Nea Moni of Chios (11th century)
Byzantine Panagia Kokorovilia Church (13th century) in Kampos
Castle of Chios
Chios map by Benedetto Bordone, 1547
Building in Kampos
The Massacre of the Giustiniani at Chios by Francesco Solimena
The Massacre at Chios by Eugène Delacroix. This, and the works of Lord Byron, did much to draw the attention of mainland Europe to the catastrophe that had taken place in Chios (1824, oil on canvas, 419 x, Musée du Louvre, Paris).
"The blowing up of the Nasuh Ali Pasha's flagship by Konstantinos Kanaris", painted by Nikiphoros Lytras (143 ×. Averoff Gallery). Kanaris blew up the flagship as a revenge for the massacre.
Anavatos abandoned village
The port of Lagada
View of Oinousses
Traditional collecting of mastic (plant resin)
Bottles of Chios mastiha alcoholic beverages: Masticha Ouzo (left) and Masticha Liqueur (right).
Adamantios Korais public library of Chios town.
Rouketopolemos (Rocket war), Vrontados
Bupalus and Athenis, sons of Archermus
Leo Allatius
Ioannis Psycharis, major promoter of Demotic Greek
Andreas Syngros

It is named after the actor Adamantios Lemos.

- Lemos Theater

Lemos worked with several major theater companies, including Kotopouli Company and Katerina, before opening his namesake Lemos Theater in 1944.

- Adamantios Lemos

Adamantios Lemos (1916–2006), actor

- Chios
Legislative complex in Sher-e-Bangla Nagar
Isa Khan, leader of Bengal's 16th-century Baro-Bhuiyan rebel chieftains, had his capital situated in Sarail.
The Hatirpul, a medieval elephant pass built in Bariura.
The Arifil Mosque in Sarail.
Drone shot of Jamia Islamia Yunusia located in the neighbourhood of Paikpara in Brahmanbaria city.
The Gokarna Nawab Bari Complex, built by Nawab Sir Syed Shamsul Huda in Nasirnagar.
Port of Ashuganj on Meghna River, will be largest port by 2030.
Power plant
Tornado aftermath in Brahmanbaria, 2013.
Akhaura-the largest railway junction in Bangladesh.

Shah Jikrul Ahmad (16 November 1951 – 7 May 2022) was a Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal politician and served as a Jatiya Sangsad member representing the Brahmanbaria-5 constituency.

- Shah Jikrul Ahmad

The constituency was created in 1984 from a Comilla constituency when the former Comilla District was split into three districts: Brahmanbaria, Comilla, and Chandpur.

- Brahmanbaria-5

National seat no 247 Brahmanbaria-5 (Current MP, Mohammad Ebadul Karim Bulbul)

- Brahmanbaria District
Legislative complex in Sher-e-Bangla Nagar
Strawberry Pop Rocks
Quaker Life Multigrain Cereal, with milk
The cover of the first issue
Pop Rocks
Quaker Life Multigrain Cereal, with milk
The front cover of Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director's Cut trade paperback shows Happy Noodle Boy, Mr. Samsa and Nailbunny.
Life cereal with banana slices
Johnny the Homicidal Maniac.
Wobbly-Headed Bob resolves to commit suicide.

Breakfast cereal produced by the Quaker Oats Company, a subsidiary of PepsiCo.

- Life (cereal)

One of these myths involved child actor John Gilchrist ("Little Mikey" in 1970s Life cereal television commercials), who was falsely rumored to have died after consuming excess amounts of Pop Rocks and Coca-Cola.

- Pop Rocks

He likes stars, the emotionless function of insects, watching people get abducted by aliens, Cherry 'FizWiz', Cherry 'Brain-Freezies', all kinds of movies, Fruity Pops, the moon, little chubby babies, pop rocks and soda, and drawing Happy Noodle Boy.

- Johnny the Homicidal Maniac
Strawberry Pop Rocks
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1950
Political cartoon by Art Young, The Masses, 1917
The house where Mujib was born in Tungipara
Mujib (right) with Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy in 1949
Rally on 21 February 1954 by Moulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani and Mujibur Rahman marching barefoot to pay their tributes to the Language Movement Martyrs.
Mujib announcing the Six Points in Lahore, 1966
Mujib campaigning in East Pakistan before the 1970 general election
Mujib, Prime Minister of Bangladesh, with U.S. President Gerald Ford in 1974
Tomb of Mujibur in Gopalganj
The Bangabandhu Square Monument
Mujibur on a 2020 stamp of India

The Agartala Conspiracy Case was a sedition case in Pakistan during the rule of Ayub Khan against Awami League, brought by the government of Pakistan in 1968 against Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the then leader of the Awami League and East Pakistan, and 34 other people.

- Agartala Conspiracy Case

Mujib led the Awami League to win the first democratic election of Pakistan in 1970.

- Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

In East Pakistan, leader of the Awami League, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, was one of the key leaders to rally opposition to President Ayub Khan.

- 1970 Pakistani general election
Heinrichs at the 2003 World Cup
Bryan Rust (far right) shoots the puck towards the goal in an attempt to score for his team, as goaltender Braden Holtby tries to protect the net by making a save
Former National Soccer Hall of Fame Museum in Oneonta, New York
Giant ball going out of the former National Soccer Hall of Fame Museum
Rendering of building for the National Soccer Hall of Fame in Frisco, Texas. The opening was October 20, 2018. Image release by Hall of fame.

Annual women's ice hockey tournament, held between four major national teams in the sport; currently, these are Canada, the United States, Sweden and Finland.

- 4 Nations Cup

In 1998 she became the first female player inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

- April Heinrichs

April Heinrichs – 1998

- National Soccer Hall of Fame
Heinrichs at the 2003 World Cup
An Evora on a B8RLE classis, owned by JJ Kavanagh and Sons
On the final day of Evolution operation in London, Metroline's DM965 is seen at West Middlesex University Hospital on the 3rd of September 2021
Bakers Dolphin MCV Evolution bodied MAN 14.240 at Weston-super-Mare station in August 2012
Kowloon Motor Bus MCV Evolution bodied Volvo B7RLE in Hong Kong in August 2015
Webberbus MCV Evolution 2 bodied Volvo B7RLE in Burnham-on-Sea in May 2014
Webberbus MCV Evolution 2 bodied Volvo B7RLE in Burnham-on-Sea in May 2014
The rear of Metroline's DM965, September 2021
The interior of Metroline's DM965, September 2021
The interior of Metroline's DM965, September 2021

The MCV Evora (stylised as eVoRa; internal designation: MCV C123) is a single-decker bus bodywork produced by Manufacturing Commercial Vehicles (MCV) since 2018, as the successor to the MCV Evolution.

- MCV Evora

The MCV Evolution was also offered on larger full-size single-decker buses, such as the Volvo B7RLE, Volvo B8RLE, MAN A22 and Mercedes-Benz OC500LE; this was replaced by the long-wheelbase MCV Evora in 2018, although the Evolution 2 remains in production on shorter, more lightweight chassis.

- MCV Evolution

In July 2019, 12 MCV Evoras were introduced for use on both the T4 and the T14 replacing the remaining Tempos and Enviro300s.

- TrawsCymru
An Evora on a B8RLE classis, owned by JJ Kavanagh and Sons

Like Tripper's Day, it was created by Brian Cooke, however, in contrast to the previous series, Cooke only wrote two episodes of the twelve episodes, more than half of them being written by Vince Powell with others being written by Alex Shearer and Sorry! creators Ian Davidson and Peter Vincent, and one episode written by the prolific Andrew Marshall and David Renwick.

- Slinger's Day

Keep It in the Family (1981) 1 episode of Thames TV sitcom

- Alex Shearer

5) A Matter of Principle (6 October 1981) - written by Alex Shearer

- Keep It in the Family (1980 TV series)
Theatrical release poster
Diesel in 2017 at the premiere of XXX: Return of Xander Cage
Gadot at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con
Furious 7 marked the final film performance of Paul Walker, who died in a car crash in 2013. The film was dedicated to his memory.
Diesel in 2005
Gadot at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con panel for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
The Lockheed C-130 Hercules was used in the film to carry the vehicles that would drop from 12,000 feet high, above the Sonoran Desert, making cars plummet at a speed of about 130 to 140 miles per hour.
Diesel with the Fast Five cast and Natalie Morales for Today in 2011
Gadot at the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con panel for Wonder Woman 1984
Diesel's main car, a Dodge Charger, from Fast & Furious
Diesel at the premiere for Fast & Furious in 2009

Israeli actress and model.

- Gal Gadot

The film stars Vin Diesel, Paul Walker (in his final film role), Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, Jordana Brewster, Djimon Hounsou, Kurt Russell, and Jason Statham.

- Furious 7

Diesel reprised his role as Dominic Toretto in installments five through nine of the Fast & Furious franchise, Fast Five (2011), Fast & Furious 6 (2013), Furious 7 (2015), The Fate of the Furious (2017), and F9 (2021).

- Vin Diesel
Theatrical release poster

Jachie-Pramso is a village in the Bosomtwe district, a district in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

- Jachie-Pramso

One of the 43 districts in Ashanti Region, Ghana.

- Bosomtwe District

He hails from Jachie in the Ashanti region of Ghana.

- Yaw Osei Adutwum
O'Hara at GalaxyCon Minneapolis in 2019
Nr. 10 in the reworked second series of Stampfer's stroboscopic discs published by Trentsensky & Vieweg in 1833.
The drawing of Cosette by Émile Bayard that served as the model for the musical's emblem.
Julie Lund as Éponine in a Danish production of the musical
John Owen-Jones as Jean Valjean
The Palais des Sports, now Dôme de Paris, in Paris where the musical was first performed.
Les Misérables at Sondheim Theatre in London

In 1995, she joined the Broadway production of Les Misérables, where she played the role of Fantine.

- Paige O'Hara

Aleta (voiced by Paige O'Hara) — Impetuous and often prideful Princess (later Queen) of the Misty Isles. A competent fighter who steadfastly believes in the ideals of the New Order. Falls in love with Valiant shortly after meeting him.

- The Legend of Prince Valiant

Fantine: Maureen Moore, Laurie Beechman, Rachel York, Donna Kane, Andrea McArdle, Debbie Gravitte, Catherine Hickland, Paige O'Hara, Melba Moore, Alice Ripley, Lauren Kennedy, Jacquelyn Piro Donovan, Ann Crumb (u/s), Marla Schaffel (u/s)

- Les Misérables (musical)
O'Hara at GalaxyCon Minneapolis in 2019