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Tempest

Tempest or The Tempest may refer to:

Contents

  • Arts and entertainment 1
    • Paintings 1.1
    • Theatre 1.2
    • Classical music and opera 1.3
    • Popular music 1.4
    • Film 1.5
    • Television 1.6
    • Novels 1.7
    • Other 1.8
  • In the military 2
  • Transportation 3
  • People 4
  • Other uses 5
  • See also 6

Arts and entertainment

Paintings

  • (Giorgione)The Tempest, a 1508 work by Giorgione

Theatre

Classical music and opera

Popular music

Film

Television

Novels

Other

In the military

Transportation

People

  • Tempest (surname)
  • Tempest Anderson (1846-1913), English ophthalmic surgeon, amateur photographer and vulcanologist
  • Tempest Storm (born 1928), American exotic dancer, burlesque star and film actress
  • Janne Suni, Finnish demoscener who goes by the handle of "Tempest"
  • Joey Tempest (born 1963), Swedish rock singer born Rolf Magnus Joakim Larsson

Other uses

  • Tempest Peak, a mountain in Ross Dependency, Antarctica
  • Tempest Stele, a stele erected by Egyptian Pharaoh Ahmose I c. 1550 BC
  • Tempest (codename), a standard of shielding for wires and computers used by the U.S. and other governments
  • A brand operated by the department store Menarys
  • Tempest, the watermelon flavor of the chewing gum 5 in Australia and New Zealand

See also

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