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Sur lie (album)

Sur lie is the 19th studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on March 21, 2007 by Meldac/Tokuma Japan. The album marked the return of musicians Michael Landau and Leland Sklar. Sur Lie peaked at No. 93 on Oricons albums chart.

                                               

Persona (Mari Hamada album)

Persona is the 13th studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on March 11, 1996. Produced by Hamada and Steve Tyrell, it was Hamadas final release by MCA Victor. The album was reissued alongside Hamadas past releases on Jan ...

                                               

All My Heart

All My Heart is the second international release by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on August 4, 1994 in Asia by MCA Records. The album includes a duet version of "Fixing a Broken Heart" with Indecent Obsession. Some of the Engli ...

                                               

Blanche (album)

Blanche is the 15th studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on February 23, 2000. It was Hamadas second and final release by Polydor Records. The album was reissued alongside Hamadas past releases on January 15, 2014. Bla ...

                                               

New Season (album)

New Season is the debut studio album by Japanese singer Chisato Moritaka, released on July 25, 1987 by Warner Pioneer. The album peaked at No. 21 on Oricons albums chart.

                                               

Legenda (album)

Legenda is the 21st studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on February 15, 2012, by Meldac/Tokuma Japan. The album continues Hamadas heavy metal sound that began with Aestetica in 2010, with Loudness guitarist Akira Taka ...

                                               

Stay Tonight

Stay Tonight is a song by South Korean singer Chungha released as a pre-release single for the singers upcoming album on April 27, 2020 by MNH Entertainment and Stone Music. It was written and produced by VINCENZO, Any Masingga, Fuxxy and Anna Ti ...

                                               

Dazzle Dazzle

Dazzle is a song by South Korean girl group Weki Meki. It was released as their first digital single on February 20, 2020, by Fantagio Music and distributed by Kakao M.

                                               

One Piece (disambiguation)

One Piece is a Japanese media franchise. One Piece, One-piece, one piece or onepiece may also refer to: One-piece dress OnePiece music production team, a South Korean music production team One Piece TV series, a Japanese animated series based on ...

                                               

Mitteleuropa (album)

Mitteleuropa is an album by the Jazz Marca, with the addition of a horn section, guitar, vibes and percussion, released in 1986 on the Gulliver label and reissued in 2006 by the English label Arision.

                                               

Mouth to Mouth (Mental As Anything album)

Mouth to Mouth is the sixth studio album by Australian pop rock band Mental As Anything, released in July 1987, and the album was produced by Richard Gottehrer. The album peaked at number 14 on the ARIA Charts.

                                               

Live in Brussels 19

Live in Brussels 19 is the third in a trio of benefit live albums by Australian psychedelic rock band King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, which was released digitally to Bandcamp on 15 January 2020. The previous two live albums, Live in Adelaide 19 ...

                                               

The Murlocs

The Murlocs are an Australian rock band from Melbourne. They are compromised of Ambrose Kenny-Smith on vocals and harmonica, Cal Shortal on guitar, Cook Craig on bass guitar, Tim Karmouche on keyboards, and Matt Blach on drums. They were formed i ...

                                               

Live in Adelaide 19

Live in Adelaide 19 is the first in a trio of benefit live albums by Australian psychedelic rock band, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, which was released digitally to Bandcamp on 10 January 2020. It was released simultaneously with one other li ...

                                               

John Holliday

John Holliday may refer to: Johnny Holliday, American radio sportscaster John Holliday pioneer, early American pioneer of Western Virginia John Henry "Doc" Holliday 1851–1887, American dentist, gambler, and gunfighter, famed for the Gunfight at t ...

                                               

Tenor (disambiguation)

A tenor is a type of classical male singing voice whose vocal range or section is higher than baritone and lower than countertenor. A person, instrument, or group that performs in that range or the tenor clef is also called a tenor Tenor may also ...

                                               

Hilde Lauvhaug

Hilde Lauvhaug is a retired Norwegian cross-country skier. She competed at the 2009 Junior World Championships, winning a gold medal in the relay, and later in the U23 class at the 2010 and 2011 Junior World Championships. She won a silver medal ...

                                               

Maria Nysted Gronvoll

Maria Nysted Gronvoll is a retired Norwegian cross-country skier. She made her World Cup debut in the March 2008 Drammen sprint race. Not competing in the World Cup again until January 2011, she then collected her first World Cup points with a 28 ...

                                               

Ingrid Narum

Ingrid Narum is a retired Norwegian cross-country skier. She competed at the 2001 Junior World Championships, winning the silver medal in the sprint. She made her World Cup debut in the March 2000 Oslo sprint race. She collected her first World C ...

                                               

Even Northug

Even Northug is a Norwegian cross-country skier. He competed at the 2014 World Junior Championships, finishing ninth in the sprint race. In the U23 class he competed at the 2016 and 2018 World Junior Championships, claiming the sprint bronze meda ...

                                               

Marcella Biondi

Marcella Biondi is a retired Italian alpine skier and freestyle skier. Between 1986 and 1989 she competed internationally in the "acro" event of freestyle skiing, i.e. ski ballet, with a 24th place at the 1989 World Championships and sixteen top- ...

                                               

Social class bias on Wikipedia

Wikipedia has been criticized for having a systemic social class bias in its coverage, due to an under-representation of lower class people within its editor base. Many of the arguments made regarding the systemic bias against women and racialise ...

                                               

WOC

WOC may refer to: Homogeneous water oxidation catalysis Wonders of Chiropractic, former slogan of Palmer College of Chiropractic and the namesake for the WOC broadcasting stations in Davenport, Iowa, United States World of Color, a nighttime show ...

                                               

Brad Anderson

Brad Anderson may refer to: Brad Anderson wrestler born 1969, American professional wrestler Brad Anderson executive born 1949, Vice Chairman of Best Buy Brad Anderson racer, American drag racer in National Hot Rod Association championships Brad ...

                                               

Thomas Forman

Thomas or Tom Forman may refer to: Tom Forman footballer 1879 – after 1910, British footballer Thomas Seaton Forman 1791–1850, British Conservative politician Thomas Forman priest 1885–1965, Archdeacon of Lindisfarne Tom Forman actor 1893–1926, A ...

                                               

Safe haven

Safe Haven film, a 2013 American film adapted from the novel Safe Haven novel, a 2010 American novel by Nicholas Sparks Safe Haven album, a 2017 album by Canadian singer-songwriter Ruth B. Safe Havens, a syndicated comic strip drawn by cartoonist ...

                                               

Reklaw

Reklaw Formation, a geologic formation in Texas preserving fossils dating back to the Paleogene period. Reklaw, Texas, a city in Cherokee and Rusk Counties in the U.S. state of Texas

                                               

Nausicaa (disambiguation)

The name Nausicaa or Nausikaa or Nausicaa is derived from the Greek name Nαυσικάα and may refer to: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind film, Hayao Miyazakis 1984 anime film adaptation of his manga of the same name Nausicaa, a character in Greek l ...

                                               

Priceless

Priceless may refer to: Priceless TV series, 2012 Japanese television drama starring actor Takuya Kimura Something so rare, unique or desirable that it transcends normal concepts of price; in other words, it cannot be sold at any price Priceless ...

                                               

Merlyn (disambiguation)

Merlyn is an alternate spelling of Merlin, a wizard in the Arthurian legend. Merlyn may also refer to: The Book of Merlyn, the posthumously published final book in T. H. Whites The Once and Future King Merlyn cricket, an automated bowling machine ...

                                               

Common Practice (album)

Common Practice is a live album by American jazz pianist Ethan Iversons quartet featuring trumpeter Tom Harrell. The album was released on 20 September 2019 by the ECM label. The album was recorded in Village Vanguard in January 2017.

                                               

Sean Fine (journalist)

In May 2015, Fine won the National Newspaper Award for his writing on politics. In May 2018, Fine won the "beat reporting" award for "an examination of Canadas judicial system after time limits on criminal proceedings were imposed by the Supreme ...

                                               

The Square Ring (play)

Peterson wrote an Australian radio play about boxing, Come Out Fighting which aired in 1950. Peterson moved to London in 1951 and wrote a stage version, The Square Ring, over three months. He wrote the play over a three-month period. He sent the ...

                                               

Allan Trevor

Allan Trevor was an Australian actor, writer and producer. He worked on the land for near six years but decided to give it away when he realised he would not earn enough money to buy his own farm. He did various jobs, including police cadet, shop ...

                                               

I Wish Grandpas Never Died

I Wish Grandpas Never Died is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Riley Green. It is the third single from his debut album Different Round Here.

                                               

Koniec swiata o osmej

"Koniec swiata o osmej" is an early science fiction novelette by Polish writer Stanislaw Lem. Professor Farragus discovers a "matter detonator" substance, which, when heated, starts a chain reaction causing the destruction of all matter, Irritate ...

                                               

Jonathan Ross (disambiguation)

Jonathan Ross is an English television and radio personality. Jonathan or Jon Ross may also refer to: Jonny Ross, Irish bowls player The Jonathan Ross Show, a British chat show presented by Jonathan Ross Jonathan Todd Ross born 1979, actor and wr ...

                                               

Norman Wilson

Norman Wilson may refer to: Norm Wilson 1927–2011, Australian rules footballer Norman Wilson radio host on WPNW Norman D. Wilson 1884–1967, Canadian transportation engineer Norman Wilson rugby union 1922–2001, New Zealand rugby union player Norma ...

                                               

Victor Martin Perez

Victor Martin Perez is a writer, entrepreneur and blogger - lecturer focused on personal and professional development. Author of the essay "Desata tu exito" he was on the list of best sellers in Amazon for several months.

                                               

Zach Scheerer

Zach Scheerer is an American Television and Film actor and model. He has appeared in several television shows such as Lucifer, Grey’ Anatomy, and Dave TV series starring YouTube sensation Rapper Lil’ Dickey. He has also starred and appeared in se ...

                                               

Ciel

Ciel may refer to: CIEL UK, Le Centre International dEtudes Liturgiques-UK Ciel Satellite Group Ciel beverage a bottled water brand owned by The Coca-Cola Company CIEL-FM, radio station in Quebec, Canada. Ciel, the video game developer responsibl ...

                                               

Time to Go

Time to Go may refer to: "Time to Go", a song by The Maine from the 2008 album Cant Stop Wont Stop "Time to Go", a song by Dropkick Murphys from the 2003 album Blackout "Time to Go", a song by Dumb Luck from The Naked Truth EP 2000 "Time to Go", ...

                                               

Sean McCarthy

Sean McCarthy may refer to: Sean McCarthy footballer born 1967, Welsh footballer and football manager Sean McCarthy songwriter 1923–1990, Irish songwriter Sean McCarthy Cork politician 1889–1974, Irish Fianna Fail politician Sean McCarthy rugby u ...

                                               

Stoma (disambiguation)

A stoma is a pore, found in the epidermis of leaves, stems, and other organs, that facilitates gas exchange. Stoma may also refer to: Stoma medicine, an opening which connects a portion of the body cavity to the outside environment Sternberg Test ...

                                               

Finstad

Finstad is a surname of Norwegian origin. Notable people with the surname include: Arnstein Finstad born 1978, Norwegian cross-country skier Eva R. Finstad 1933–1998, Norwegian politician Suzanne Finstad born 1955, American author, biographer, jo ...

                                               

Angel Martinez

Angel Martinez footballer, born 1991, Spanish footballer who plays as a defender Angel Alfonso Martinez born 1965, Mexican football manager and former player Angel Martinez footballer, born 1986, Spanish footballer who plays as a midfielder

                                               

Hitt

Bryan Hitt, drummer of American rock band REO Speedwagon

                                               

Leonie Fiebich

Leonie Fiebich is a German professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Sparks of the Womens National Basketball Association. She had previously played for the German side TSV 1880 Wasserburg and the German national basketball team.

                                               

1965–66 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers basketball team

The 1965–66 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers mens basketball team represented Western Kentucky University during the 1965-66 NCAA University Division Basketball season. The Hilltoppers were led by Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year John Oldham ...

                                               

Sharon M. Weiss

Sharon M. Weiss is an American professor of electrical engineering and physics at Vanderbilt University. Weiss has been awarded a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, an NSF CAREER award, an ARO Young Investigator Award, ...