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A torch is a portable burning light source.
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ABC are the first three letters of the Latin script known as the alphabet.
Phoenix most often refers to:
List of notable events in music that took place in the year 1970.
Fireball may refer to:
Vector may refer to:
A spider is a type of arthropod.
Solo or SOLO may refer to:
Firefly is a common name for a bioluminescent beetle in the family Lampyridae.
A duke is an aristocrat of very high rank.
Ignition may refer to:
A slug is a gastropod mollusk without a shell or with a very small internal shell.
A legend is a historical narrative, a symbolic representation of folk belief.
Wizard, the wizard, or wizards may refer to:
Creeper, Creepers, or The Creeper may refer to:
Fate most commonly refers to destiny, a predetermined course of events.
Sparrow may refer to:
Flame is burning gas or vapour, the visible part of fire.
Cobra is any of several species of snake usually belonging to the family Elapidae.
Devon Allman is an American guitarist, vocalist, keyboardist, songwriter, and record producer. He is the son of musician Gregg Allman and has appeared occasionally as a guest musician for Gregg Allman and The Allman Brothers Band. In addition, he is the now ex-stepson of musician Cher. Allman was the founder and bandleader of Honeytribe, also known as Devon Allman's Honeytribe, with whom he released two albums and toured across North America and Europe. Prior to Honeytribe, Allman contributed to several other musical recordings, notably Vargas Blues Band and the A Song for My Father compilation album. He was one of the original members of Royal Southern Brotherhood and contributed to their first two studio albums and toured with them. In 2013, Allman launched his solo career as the Devon Allman Band, and has since released three albums. His latest tour, branded as the Devon Allman Project, features special guest Duane Betts.
Kid, Kids, KIDS, and K.I.D.S. may refer to: