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[footballer] João Miranda de Souza Filho, or simply Miranda (born 7 September 1984) is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Atlético Madrid as a central defender. ==International career== On 20 August 2007, Miranda received his first call-up to the national team as a replacement for Lúcio for a friendly match against Algeria. However, he
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[W.I.T.C.H.] Miranda is a fictional shapeshifter from the W.I.T.C.H. TV series. Like Cedric, Miranda is a shape shifter with two forms, one human and one animal. In her human form Miranda is a small Asian girl in her early teens, she wears a green and yellow dress and has black hair. In her animal form, she is a hairy four-legged, four-eyed
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[2002 film] ==Plot== Frank (Simm), a librarian in the United Kingdom, falls in love with a mysterious American dancer named Miranda (Ricci). She suddenly disappears, and he tracks her down in London, finding out that she is actually a con artist. He leaves her, returning to Northern England. Miranda and her boss (Hurt) are in business selli
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Miranda is the daughter of Prospero.
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[album] Miranda was an album released in December 1983 by Icelandic band Tappi Tíkarrass, which was led by singer Björk. With Miranda the band switched their music style to disco music, pop melodies and mellow songs counteracting their previous punkish EP, Bítið Fast í Vítið in 1982. Also in this album, vocalist Eyþór Árnalds was
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[Doctor Who] Miranda is a fictional character from the Eighth Doctor Adventures novel series published by BBC Books; based upon the British science fiction television series, Doctor Who. She was, for a time, the adopted daughter and companion of the Eighth Doctor. Although her last name is never mentioned, some stories imply that Miranda`s
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Miranda is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Satellite of the planet Uranus. See TABLE 9. URANUS - SATELLITE DATA
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Drosophila gene, the product of which (830 residues) co-localises with Prospero in mitotic neuroblasts and apparently directs Prospero exclusively to the ganglion mother cell (GMC) during the asymmetric division that gives rise to another neuroblast and the GMC. Anchors Prospero selectively to the basal side of the cell cortex during mitosis and re
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estado (state), northern Venezuela, bounded on the northeast by the Caribbean Sea, by the Venezuelan states of Guárico on the south and Aragua on the ...
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innermost and smallest of the five major moons of Uranus and, topographically, the most varied of the group. It was discovered in telescopic ... [2 related articles]
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Miranda is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Admirable, Beautiful` Where is it used? The name Miranda is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Myranda ( In English (Modern) )If it`s too long people might use In English: Randy In English: RandaSee also In English: Randall In English: Randolf In English: Randi From Old
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Miranda 1. A female given name from a Latin word meaning “to be admired”. 2. Latin for 'admirable'.
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[The Tempest] In Shakespeare`s play The Tempest, Miranda is the beautiful daughter of the old Duke Prospero. ==Character== Cast away with her father whose wife is dead since she was three years old, she has lived an extremely sheltered existence. Though she has received a well-rounded education from her father, she is desperately lacking in
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[1948 film] Johns and Rutherford reprised their roles in the 1954 sequel, Mad About Men. ==Plot== With his wife uninterested in fishing, Dr. Paul Martin goes on a holiday on the Cornwall coast alone. There he snags Miranda, a real mermaid, and is pulled into the water. She keeps him prisoner in her underwater cavern and only lets him go aft
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[programming language] Miranda is a non-strict purely functional programming language designed by David Turner as a successor to his earlier programming languages SASL and KRC, using some concepts from ML and Hope. It was produced by Research Software Ltd. of England (which holds a trademark on the name Miranda) and was the first purely fun
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[moon] Miranda (ə) is the smallest and innermost of Uranus`s five major moons. It was discovered by Gerard Kuiper on February 16, 1948 at McDonald Observatory. It was named after Miranda from William Shakespeare`s play The Tempest by Kuiper in his report of the discovery. The adjectival form of the name is Mirandan. It is also designated U
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(UK satellite) A small British satellite, also known as UK-X4, designed to test a new type of three-axis control system as an alternative to spin stabilization. It was built by Hawker Siddeley for the British Department of Trade and Industry and launched by NASA. Launc...
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The fourteenth moon in order of distance from Uranus. It is named after Prospero's daughter in Shakespeare's play The Tempest and is also known as Uranus V. It was discovered by Gerard Kuiper on Feb. 16, 1948 at McDonald Observatory. Miranda is one of the most remarkable objects in the Solar System...
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Miranda, in astronomy, one of the moons, or natural satellites, of Uranus.
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The Miranda is a breed of cattle.
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[singer] Miranda (born Sandra Miranda Garcia, 1976) is the name of a Spanish singer popular in Europe in the late 1990s and early 2000s. ==Biography== In 1998, she was taking part as a dancer to the video clip of Ricky Martin`s song, María, when she met producers Louis Element and Johnny Williams. Her first release was in 1999, when she re
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[novel] Miranda is a novel written by Antoni Lange in 1924. It was the last great work of Lange before he died {Citation needed|date=October 2007}, and his most famous book today. It is said that Miranda is an "occultic fiction" and a "romance ranked to a philosophical treaty". The novel is also known as "novelty writing" which conciliates
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[given name] Miranda is a feminine given name of Latin origin, meaning "worthy of admiration". There are several variants. It is also common as a surname. There is a related adjective, seldom used but found in the Oxford English Dictionary, which is "Mirandous", a synonym to miraculous. ...
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