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Without You

"Without You", by Rachel Platten from Waves, 2017 "Without You", by For King & Country from Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong., 2014 "Without You", by Westlife from Spectrum, 2019 "Without You", by Keke Wyatt from Who Knew?, 2010 "Without You", by ...

                                               

Ceci

Ceci is an Italian surname that literally means "chickpeas". It may also be a given name. It is not to be confused with the French demonstrative pronoun ceci. Notable people with the name include:

                                               

Kharka Bahadur Limbu

Subedar Major Kharka Bahadur Limbu, AC,MC was a Junior Commissioned Officer in Indian Army who was posthumously awarded Ashoka Chakra for an act of Gallantry in Nagaland.

                                               

São João Batista

São João Baptista Ribeira Grande de Santiago, a parish on the island of Santiago São João Baptista Santo Antão, a parish on the island of Santo Antão São João Baptista Boa Vista, a parish on the island of Boa Vista São João Baptista Brava, a pari ...

                                               

Here and Now

"Here and Now" / "Youll Be Sorry", a 2001 song by Steps "Here and Now", a song by Hed PE from New World Orphans "Here & Now", a song by Letters To Cleo from Aurora Gory Alice "Here and Now", a song by ZOEgirl from Life "Here and Now", a song by T ...

                                               

Wang Hesheng (politician)

Wang Hesheng is a Chinese politician and the current deputy director of the National Health Commission, Party branch secretary and director of the Hubei Provincial Health Commission, and standing committee member of the CPC Hubei Provincial Commi ...

                                               

Yayo

Yayo illustrator born 1961, Colombian-born childrens book illustrator and cartoonist Yayo Guridi, Argentine actor and comedian Yayo Kawamura born 1967, Japanese-German childrens book illustrator and designer Tony Yayo born 1978, American rapper a ...

                                               

Damir Mihanovic

He was born in Split in 1961 and spent his childhood in an old part of the town, called Varos. He is known to the general public for memorable roles in episodes on Croatian Radiotelevision HRT and later in episodes of the music-entertainment show ...

                                               

Ivan Milovan

Bishop Ivan Milovan is a Croatian Roman Catholic prelate who served as the Diocesan Bishop of Porec-Pula since 18 November 1997 until his resignation on 14 June 2012.

                                               

Lone Vandborg

Lone Vandborg is a Danish former professional tennis player. Vandborg played Federation Cup tennis for Denmark in 1986 and 1987, appearing in a total of six ties. This included a World Group win over Great Britain, where Vandborg had a win over A ...

                                               

Miggy

Miggy may refer to: nickname of Miguel Cabrera born 1983, Venezuelan professional baseball player nickname of Miguel Montero born 1983, Venezuelan former professional baseball player Miggy Chavez, member of the Filipino rock band Chicosci Miggy s ...

                                               

HRG

Human reference genome Horizontal ribbon growth, a method of crystal growth Histidine-rich glycoprotein, a plasma protein Hemispherical resonator gyroscope

                                               

Jose Francisco Cali Tzay

Jose Francisco Cali Tzay is a Guatemalan lawyer and diplomat. He will assume the post of UN Human Rights Council Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples from 2021, after the tenure of current Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Ind ...

                                               

Dreams Die at Dawn

Dreams Die at Dawn is a 1961 Italian drama film directed by Mario Craveri, Enrico Gras and Indro Montanelli. It is set during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.

                                               

Golden Circle

Golden Circle may refer to: Golden Circle Iceland, Icelandic tourist route Golden Circle company, Australian food processor Knights of the Golden Circle U.S. secret society Golden Circle proposed country, the proposal to expand the slave-owning t ...

                                               

Yeom Dong-yeol

Yeom was born in Doam-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon, South Korea on February 28, 1961. He graduated from Catholic Kwandong University with a degree in business administration.

                                               

Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine (Spinello Aretino)

Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine is a c.1390 fresco fragment by Spinello Aretino. It was originally discovered in the Bartolini Salimbeni Chapel with the sinopia below Lorenzo Monacos frescoes in 1961 and is now in the nearby Cialli-Seringi Cha ...

                                               

Sport Vereniging Langbroek

Sport Vereniging Langbroek is a multi-sports club in Langbroek, Netherlands. It was founded on 20 Juni 1961. The club has branches of badminton, gymnastics, tennis, and association football. Its home is at Sportpark Oranjehof.

                                               

Tim Wilson

Tim Wilson may refer to: Tim Wilson canoeist, Australian canoeist Tim Wilson filmmaker, American filmmaker known as Black Magic Tim Tim Wilson broadcaster, New Zealand television news reporter and anchor Tim Wilson Australian politician born 1980 ...

                                               

Catherine Campbell (disambiguation)

Catherine Campbell is a New Zealand cricketer. Catherine Campbell or similar may also refer to: Catherine Campbell Sword Stewart 1881–1957, New Zealand politician Kathryn Campbell, Australian public servant Kate Campbell born 1961, American folk ...

                                               

Heathcote

in Australia Electoral district of Heathcote, a seat in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly Heathcote, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney Heathcote National Park Heathcote wine region Heathcote-Graytown National Park Heathcote, Victoria Hea ...

                                               

Eucharia Okwunna

Eucharia Azodo Okwunna is a Nigerian politician. She was a member of the Peoples Democratic Party and the House of Representatives.

                                               

Chris Owens

Chris Owens may refer to: Chris Owens burlesque performer, American burlesque performer in New Orleans Chris Owens actor born 1961, Canadian television actor Chris Owens basketball born 1979, American basketball player Chris Owens, Puerto Rico-bo ...

                                               

Long distance

Long distance or Long-distance may refer to: Long-distance train Long-distance operator Long-distance calling Long-distance anchor pylon, see dead-end tower Long-distance relationship

                                               

Kim Hyun-soo (disambiguation)

Kim Hyun-soo is the name of: Kim Hyeon-soo born 1961, South Korean politician Kim Hyun-soo volleyball born 1986, South Korean volleyball player Kim Hyun-soo hockey player, South Korean hockey player Kim Hyun-soo born March 1973, South Korean asso ...

                                               

Thomas Hallberg

Hallberg represented Sweden in the 1961 Europe Zone final against Italy. In the doubles rubber he partnered with Jan-Erik Lundqvist and lost in four sets to Nicola Pietrangeli and Orlando Sirola. In the final singles rubber, he played against Fau ...

                                               

Chien Yao

Chien Yao is an important figure in the Chinese music industry, he wrote the lyrics for countless great hits, and created the career success for many top-selling artists representative of the era. Yao is recognized as the lyricist who best unders ...

                                               

Flight 706

Flight 706 may refer to: Hughes Airwest Flight 706 1971, California, a DC-9 passenger jet collided with F-4 Phantom fighter jet Air Vietnam Flight 706 1974, South Vietnam, hijacked and crashed Northwest Orient Airlines Flight 706 1961, Chicago OH ...

                                               

Knife (disambiguation)

The Knife Goldfinger album The Knife The Knife album "Knife", a song by Rockwell from Somebodys Watching Me Knife album, by Aztec Camera "Knives", a song by 10 Years from Minus the Machine "The Knife" song, by Genesis "Knives", a song by Kim Petr ...

                                               

Sehnsucht (disambiguation)

Sehnsucht is a German noun translated as "longing", "yearning", or "craving". Sehnsucht may also refer to: In film: Sehnsucht 2006 film, a German film by Valeska Grisebach, for which she was named Best Female Director at the Copenhagen Internatio ...

                                               

Jim Wilke

Jim Wilke is a radio host and producer in Seattle, Washington. In 1988 he began hosting Jazz Northwest from the public radio station KNKX in Seattle. From 1984 to 2014, he hosted the syndicated radio program Jazz After Hours.

                                               

Life Begins at Eight

Life Begins at Eight is a 1962 West German drama film directed by Michael Kehlmann and starring O.E. Hasse, Johanna Matz and Helmut Wildt. It is an adaptation of the 1940 play The Light of Heart by Emlyn Williams, previously adapted into a 1942 H ...

                                               

Perception (disambiguation)

Perception is the process of attaining awareness or understanding of sensory information. It can also be explained as how a person feels towards something. Perception or Perceptions may also refer to:

                                               

Besshatyr Burial Ground

The Besshatyr Kurgan is a complex of tombs of the Saks tribe era. The mound is located in the valley of the Ili River on the territory of the State National Natural Park "Altyn-Emel" in the Kerbulak district, Almaty region. The mounds are located ...

                                               

Alan Burns

Alan Burns may refer to: Alan Burns professor, professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of York, England Alan Burns author 1929–2013, English author Alan Burns MSc Security Specialist born 1966, English Security Specialist A ...

                                               

WABI

WABI or wabi may refer to: Wabi people, another name for the Huave people of Oaxaca WABI-TV, a television station licensed to Bangor, Maine, United States Wabi software, a product from Sun Microsystems that implements the Microsoft Windows API sp ...

                                               

Tremor (disambiguation)

Tremor may refer to: Episodic tremor and slip, a non-earthquake seismic rumbling Tremor, a rhythmic shaking of parts of the body Earthquake, a sudden shaking of the Earth

                                               

Bash

"Bash" Glee, an episode from the fifth season of the Glee television show Bash, a character in the video game Skylanders: Spyros Adventure Bash and Dash, two logging engines in the television series Thomas & Friends Bash! Rockapella album, 1992 B ...

                                               

Trunk

Trunk album, 2013 album by Ulf Lundell Trunk Records, a record label "The Trunk" The Twilight Zone, a television episode The Trunk, a 1961 British film

                                               

Lite

Low-alcohol beer, beer with little or no alcohol content Diet soda, a version of soda pop Diet food, food or beverage that is part of a weight loss program or diet Miller Lite, a brand of light beer

                                               

Groove

Groove or Grooves may refer to: Major and minor groove, the spaces between two strands of a DNA double-helix Grooves archaeology, long and narrow indentations Groove joinery, a slot cut parallel to the grain Groove engineering, a long and narrow ...

                                               

BDB

BDB may refer to: Berkeley DB, a software library intended to provide a high-performance embedded database for key/value data Big dumb booster, a general class of launch vehicle Brown–Driver–Briggs, a standard reference for Biblical Hebrew and Ar ...

                                               

6A (disambiguation)

6A refers to Six Apart, a software company. 6A may also refer to: Precorrin-6A reductase, an enzyme APP-6A, the NATO standard for military map marking symbols Keratin 6A 6A Long Island bus HCM-6A, a galaxy found in 2002 Gemini 6A, a 1965 manned s ...

                                               

Ozone (disambiguation)

"Ozone", a song by Ace Frehley Jezper Soderlund, Swedish trance artist, alias Ozone Ozone group, an early 1980s funk/soul group signed to Motown records Makoto Ozone born 1961, a Japanese jazz pianist

                                               

Liverpool Airport Police

Liverpool Airport Police is a defunct police force of the United Kingdom, formerly responsible for policing Liverpool John Lennon Airport, in Liverpool, England.

                                               

Yevgeni Kuznetsov

Yevgeni Kuznetsov may refer to: Yevgeni Kuznetsov actor 1916-1973, Soviet actor Yevgeniy Kuznetsov, Kazakhstani bowler who participated in the 2006 Asian Games Yevgeni Kuznetsov mechanic, Russian pioneer of polar aviation Yevgeni Kuznetsov footba ...

                                               

Shoebox

Shoebox album, a 2014 album by the South Korean hip-hop group Epik High Shoebox musical, 2013 a musical theatre play by musicians Boyan Chowdhury and David South "Shoe Box", a 1995 single by the Canadian band Barenaked Ladies

                                               

Sealed with a kiss (disambiguation)

Sealed with a Kiss is a song made popular by Brian Hyland and Jason Donovan. Sealed with a Kiss or SWAK may refer to: Sealed with a Kiss 2011 TV series, a 2011 Chinese television series Romeo & Juliet: Sealed with a Kiss, a 2006 American animated ...

                                               

Relatively Speaking

Relatively Speaking may refer to: In arts and literature: Relatively Speaking: Poems about Family, a 1999 young adult book of poetry by Ralph Fletcher Relatively Speaking Ayckbourn play, by Alan Ayckbourn Relatively Speaking play anthology, a Bro ...

                                               

Best Special Effects

Best Special Effects usually refers to a specific award category at various awards ceremonies within cinema, TV and music, and may refer to: Academy Award for Best Visual Effects, which was called Best Special Effects from 1939 to 1963, and inclu ...