Oscar

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Updated:Tuesday 14th October 2014

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Oscar, The Oscar, OSCAR or Oskar may refer to:

  • Academy Award or Oscar, presented by the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) for cinematic film achievements
  • OSCAR Radio, a radio station run by the pupils of Oundle School
  • Oscar (given name), an Irish- and English-language name; the article includes the names Osgar, Oskar, and Oskari
  • OSCAR, Near-realtime global ocean surface current data set, see Ocean current
Contents
  • 1 Animals
  • 2 Film and television
  • 3 Military
  • 4 Opera
  • 5 People
  • 6 Stage
  • 7 Technology and transport
    • 7.1 Computing
  • 8 Other
  • 9 References
Animals
  • Oscar (fish), Astronotus ocellatus
  • Oscar (therapy cat), cat who can purportedly predict the deaths of hospice patients
  • Oscar (bionic cat), a cat which had implants after losing both hind paws
  • Unsinkable Sam, World War II ship''s cat also known as Oscar
  • oskar, a gene required for the development of the Drosophila embryo
  • OSCAR (gene)
  • Beast of Busco, a North American cryptid turtle named Oscar
Film and television
  • The Oscar (film), a 1966 American drama
  • Oscar (1967 film), a French comedy
  • Oscar (1991 film), an American film adapted from the same source as the French film, starring Sylvester Stallone
  • Oscar (2013 film), a 2013 American film directed by Mike Mitchell
  • Oskar (film), a 1962 Danish film
  • Oscar Madison, character from The Odd Couple
  • Oscar Martinez, a character on the US version of The Office
  • Oscar the Grouch, a Sesame Street character
  • Oscar (TV serial), a 1985 British TV serial about Oscar Wilde
  • Oskar Kokoshka, from Hey Arnold!
  • Oscar from Fish Hooks
Military
  • Oscar-class submarine, a Soviet/Russian submarine class
  • Nakajima Ki-43, a World War II Japanese aircraft, codenamed "Oscar" by the Allies
  • Oscar, the letter O in the NATO phonetic alphabet
Opera
  • Oscar (opera), a 2013 opera about Oscar Wilde, by Theodore Morrison
People
  • Saint Ansgar (801–865)
  • Oscar N. Onyema CEO, The Nigerian Stock Exchange
  • Oscar (footballer, born 1954), Brazilian footballer
  • Oscar (footballer born 1991), Brazilian footballer
  • Oscar de la Renta, fashion designer
  • Oscar De La Hoya, American boxer
  • Oscar I of Sweden (1799–1859)
  • Oscar II of Sweden (1829–1907)
  • Oscar Pistorius, amputated South African sprint runner
  • Oscar Robertson, American basketball player
  • Oscar Schmidt, Brazilian basketball player
  • Oscar Wilde (1854–1900), Irish writer and poet
  • Paul Nicholas or Oscar, British actor and performer
  • Oscar, manager of the professional wrestling tag team Men on a Mission
Stage
  • The Importance of Being Oscar, a 1960 one-man show devised by the soi-disant ("self-styled") Irish actor Micheál MacLiammóir and based on the writings of Oscar Wilde
Technology and transport
  • OSCAR, Orbital Satellite Carrying Amateur Radio
  • OScar (open source car), a project aiming to design an open source vehicle
  • CityRail H set or Outer Suburban CARs (OSCARs), a type of train in Australia
Computing
  • OSCAR McMaster, an electronic medical record system
  • OSCAR protocol, a protocol used by AOL Instant Messenger
  • Open Source Cluster Application Resources (OSCAR), a Linux-based software installation
Other
  • Oscar (Irish mythology), the warrior son of Oisín and Niamh
  • Oscar (video game), a 1993 platform game
  • OSC OSCar, a synthesizer manufactured by the Oxford Synthesizer Company
  • Oscar, Kentucky
  • Oscar, Louisiana, U.S.A
  • Oscar, Oklahoma, U.S.A
  • Oscar, West Virginia, U.S.A
  • Out of School Care and Recreation
  • OSCR - Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator

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