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  • 1 Wild Arms albums — Albums for the video game Wild Arms contain music from the original title of the Wild Arms series developed by Japanese software company Media.Vision. Two separate albums, one released alongside the 1996 PlayStation game, and the other ten years… …

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  • 2 Wild Wild West (Will Smith song) — Infobox Single Name = Wild Wild West Artist = Will Smith featuring Dru Hill and Kool Moe Dee from Album = Wild Wild West Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Willennium B side = Big Willie Style Released = June 1999 Format = CD single Cassette… …

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  • 3 Wild Hogs — Infobox Film name = Wild Hogs caption = Promotional movie poster for the film director = Walt Becker producer = Kristin Burr Todd Lieberman Brian Robbins Amy Sayres Sharla Sumpter Michael Tollin writer = Brad Copeland starring = Tim Allen John… …

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  • 4 Wild 'n Out — infobox television show name = Nick Cannon Presents: Wild n Out caption = rating = TV PG format = Improv runtime = 30 minutes (including commercials) creator = Nick Cannon executive producer = Nick Cannon director = starring = Nick Cannon, DJ D… …

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  • 5 Wild Bill (G.I. Joe) — Infobox G.I. Joe character name = Wild Bill caption = affiliation = G.I. Joe function = Helicopter Pilot realname = Hardy, William S. birthplace = Brady, TX serial = RA056403211 rank = CWO 4 primaryMOS = Helicopter Pilot secondaryMOS = Fixed Wing …

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  • 6 Wild Cherries — The Wild Cherries was an Australian rock group, started in late 1964 as a blues group playing at the “Fat Black Pussycat” jazz venue in Melbourne’s South Yarra. It was formed by students from Melbourne University’s School of Architecture.The band …

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  • 7 Wild Colonials — Infobox musical artist Name = Wild Colonials Img capt = Wild Colonials Background = solo singer Alias = Los Colonials Savage Instrument = Vocals, guitar, bass, violin, piano, sax, etc. Genre = Alternative rock, folk, jazz rock Years active = 1992 …

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  • 8 Wild sheep — Sheep Sheep, n. sing. & pl. [OE. shep, scheep, AS. sc?p, sce[ a]p; akin to OFries. sk?p, LG. & D. schaap, G. schaf, OHG. sc[=a]f, Skr. ch[=a]ga. [root]295. Cf. {Sheepherd}.] 1. (Zo[ o]l.) Any one of several species of ruminants of the genus… …

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  • 9 Edward A. Wild — Edward Augustus Wild (November 25, 1825 ndash; August 28, 1891) was an American homeopathic doctor and a brigadier general in the Union Army during the American Civil War.Wild was a native of Brookline, Massachusetts, the second son of homeopath… …

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  • 10 The Wild Side of Life — Infobox Single Name = The Wild Side of Life Artist = Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys from Album = A side = B side = Released = March 1952 (U.S.) Format = 7 , 78 rpm Recorded = December 11, 1951 Los Angeles, California Genre = Country… …

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  • 11 The Wild Angels — Infobox Film | name = The Wild Angels caption = The Wild Angels DVD cover director = Roger Corman producer = Roger Corman writer = Charles B. Griffith starring =Peter Fonda Nancy Sinatra Bruce Dern Diane Ladd music = cinematography = editing =… …

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  • 12 Captain Trips (Wild Cards) — Superherobox caption= comic color=background:#c0c0c0 character name=Captain Trips real name=Dr. Marcus Aurelius Mark Meadows publisher=George R. R. Martin debut= Wild Cards (1987) creators=Victor Milán alliance color=background:#ffc0c0… …

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  • 13 Shad (Wild Cards) — Superherobox caption= comic color=background:#c0c0c0 character name=Shad real name=Neil Carton Langford publisher=George R. R. Martin debut= Wild Cards (book) (1987) creators=Walter Jon Williams alliance color=background:#ffc0c0 status=Still at… …

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  • 14 Popinjay (Wild Cards) — Superherobox caption= comic color=background:#c0c0c0 character name=Popinjay real name=Jay Ackroyd publisher=George R. R. Martin debut= Wild Cards (1987) creators=George R. R. Martin alliance color=background:#ffc0c0 status=Active… …

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  • 15 John Neal — This article is about the American writer. For the English football player and manager, see John Neal (footballer). For the U.S. Congressman, see John R. Neal. Infobox Writer name = John Neal birthdate = birth date|1793|8|25|mf=y birthplace =… …

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  • 16 hotspur — n. Madcap, blood, wild fellow, hotbrained fellow, rash man, excitable fellow, man of touchy temper …

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  • 17 rant|i|pole — «RAN tuh pohl», noun, adjective, verb, poled, pol|ing. –n. 1. a rude, romping boy or girl. 2. a boisterous, wild fellow. 3. = termagant. (Cf. ↑termagant) –adj. boisterous; …

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  • 18 Neckar — For other uses, see Neckar (disambiguation). Neckar Neckar river near Heidelberg. Origin Black Forest Mouth …

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  • 19 Franz Jägerstätter — Infobox Saint name=Franz Jägerstätter birth date=birth date|1907|5|20|mf=y death date=death date and age|1943|8|9|1907|5|20 feast day=May 21 venerated in=Roman Catholicism imagesize=200px caption= titles=Martyr birth place=Sankt Radegund, Austria …

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  • 20 William Tucker (settler) — William Tucker (c. 16 May 1784 – December 1817) was a British convict, a sealer, a trader in human heads, an Otago settler, and New Zealand’s first art dealer.Tucker has been a minor legend in New Zealand as the man who stole a preserved Māori… …

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