• Tobe Hooper

    Tobe Hooper

    Willard Tobe Hooper (January 25, 1943 – August 26, 2017) was an American director, screenwriter, and producer best known for his work in the horror genre. Among his most recognized films are The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974), which The Guardian described as "one of the most influential films ever made", and Poltergeist (1982), which received three Academy Award nominations.

  • William Tobe Hooper

  • Tobe ware

    Tobe ware (砥部焼, Tobe-yaki) is a type of Japanese porcelain traditionally from Tobe, Ehime, western Japan. It is of the sometsuke (染付) blue and white pottery type.

  • Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe!

    Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe!

    Koko ga Rhodes da, Koko de Tobe! (ここがロドスだ、ここで跳べ!, Koko ga Rodosu da, Koko de Tobe!, "Here is Rhodes, jump here!") is the sixth studio album by Japanese idol girl group AKB48.

  • Tobe Levin

    Tobe Levin Freifrau von Gleichen (born February 16, 1948), a multi-lingual scholar, translator, editor and activist, is an Associate of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University; a Visiting Research Fellow at the International Gender Studies Centre, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford; an activist against female genital mutilation (FGM) and professor of English Emerita at the University of Maryland, University College. Having received her PhD in 1979 from Cornell University, she is most known for combining her advocacy against FGM with her academic scholarship in comparative literature. She has published peer-reviewed and popular articles and book chapters, edited four books, launched UnCUT/VOICES Press in 2009 and founded Feminist Europa Review of Books (1998-2010). Her most notable works to date are Empathy and Rage. Female Genital Mutilation in African Literature and Waging Empathy. Alice Walker, Possessing the Secret of Joy, and the Global Movement to Ban FGM. Alice Walker expressed appreciation for the text that shows worldwide solidarity with the novelist's literary abolition efforts in the early nineties. Levin has also teamed up with Maria Kiminta and photographer Britta Radike to publish a memoir and sourcebook, Kiminta. A Maasai's Fight against Female Genital Mutilation.

  • Alain Brigion Tobe

    Alain Brigion Tobe (born November 6, 1986) is a Cameroonian swimmer, who specialized in sprint freestyle events. Tobe represented Cameroon at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, and competed for the men's 50 m freestyle. He won the fifth heat in the event, with a time of 24.53 seconds, finishing sixty-first in the overall standings.

  • Tobe Hoofman Farmstead

    Tobe Hoofman Farmstead

    The Tobe Hoofman Farmstead is a historic farm property in rural White County, Arkansas. It is located on the west side of Arkansas Highway 13 north of Judsonia and Arkansas Highway 157. The property includes a farmhouse, wellhouse, barn, and storm cellar on about 40 acres (16 ha) of land. The farmhouse is a vernacular 1-1/2 story wood frame building, with a gable roof and a hip-roof porch with small gables over its access stairs. The wellhouse is a small wood-frame structure with a hip roof; the storm cellar is an earthen structure, mostly below ground, with a small above-ground access building. The barn is a transervse crib wood-frame structure with a gable roof. The farmstead was developed about 1910, and is a little-altered example of an early 20th-century farmstead.

  • Tobe Nwigwe

    Tobe Nwigwe (born March 8, 1987) is a rapper.

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