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Tamotait

Tamotait is the fifth studio album by Malian group Tamikrest. It was released on March 27, 2020 under Glitterbeat. The first single from the album, "Awnafin" was released on 10 February 2020.

                                               

W2XMN

W2XMN was an experimental FM radio station located in Alpine, New Jersey. It was constructed beginning in 1936 by Edwin Howard Armstrong in order to promote his invention of wide-band FM broadcasting. W2XMN was the first FM station to began regul ...

                                               

Qwest (disambiguation)

Qwest or Qwest Communications International, Inc. is a former US telecommunications carrier purchased by CenturyLink in 2011. Qwest may refer to: Qwest Arena, former name of an arena in Idaho that is home to the Idaho Steelheads and the Idaho Sta ...

                                               

Warrenton

Warrenton is the name of several places worldwide: In South Africa Warrenton, Northern Cape In United States Warrenton, Indiana unincorporated town Warrenton, Missouri Warrenton, Indiana extinct Warrenton, Georgia Warrenton High School Missouri, ...

                                               

Carrie Diaz Eaton

Carrie Diaz Eaton is an Associate Professor of Digital and Computational Studies at Bates College, a co-founder of QUBES, and project director for Math Mamas. Diaz Eaton is a 1st generation Latinx and is also known for her work in social justice ...

                                               

Wellfleet

Wellfleet may refer to: Geography Wellfleet Center Historic District Wellfleet, Massachusetts, a town in Massachusetts Wellfleet, Nebraska, a town in Nebraska Other Wellfleet Drive-In Theater, a drive-in cinema in Wellfleet, Massachusetts Wellfle ...

                                               

Park School

Park Community School, Havant, England Stocklake Park Community School formerly known as Park School, Aylesbury, England Park High School, Stanmore, England Park Community School, Barnstaple, England

                                               

LPD

LPD or lpd can refer to Louisville Police Department, now the Louisville Metro Police Department Lighting Power Density The Legendary Pink Dots, a European band Lowell Police Department, Massachusetts, US Luteal phase defect Lean Product Developm ...

                                               

702 (disambiguation)

702 is a year. 702 may also refer to: Section 702 of the FISA in the United States which authorizes warrantless electronic surveillance 702 number, the number 702 702 ABC Sydney, the local radio station of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation ...

                                               

488 (disambiguation)

The number 488 may refer to any of several things: New York State Route 488 Unterseeboot 488 U-488, a Type XIV U-boat Milchkuh of the Kriegsmarine 488 Kreusa, a minor planet orbiting the Sun Nevada State Route 488 The year 488. USS Sarda SS-488, ...

                                               

Granite State

Granite State is the nickname of the U.S. state of New Hampshire. It may also refer to: Granite State Electric Company, a New Hampshire subsidiary of Liberty Utilities Granite State College, part of the New Hampshire state university system Grani ...

                                               

WPAT-FM (1949–1951)

WPAT-FM was a short-lived Paterson, New Jersey commercial radio station, which operated from 1949 until early 1951. The station ended operations after its transmitter tower was destroyed in a windstorm, and the owners concluded that it would be t ...

                                               

Ampersand (disambiguation)

Ampersand is a typographical symbol. Ampersand may also refer to: Ampersand Network, a not-for-profit organization Bushey railway station, Hertfordshire, England, known as Ampersand in WWII BAE Systems Ampersand, an unmanned autonomous flight sys ...

                                               

Catch and Release (Homeland)

Catch and Release is the second episode of the eighth season of the American television drama series Homeland, and the 86th episode overall. It premiered on Showtime on February 16, 2020.

                                               

WDAY

W-Day can refer to a military designation WDAY is the call sign of a TV station and a radio station in Fargo, North Dakota, all except WDAY-FM owned by Forum Communications: WDAY-TV 6.1; an ABC affiliate in Fargo, North Dakota, with Justice Netwo ...

                                               

WANC-TV

WANC-TV, known as WISE-TV from 1953 to 1967, was a television station in Asheville, North Carolina, United States. The station operated on channel 62 until 1971 and on channel 21 from 1971 to 1978. Owned throughout its existence by Thoms Broadcas ...

                                               

At Home with Lynn

At Home with Lynn is a studio album by American country artist Lynn Anderson. It was released in July 1969 on Chart Records and was produced by Slim Williamson. It was Andersons fifth studio recording in her music career and contained a total of ...

                                               

Dixie DAmelio

Dixie DAmelio is an American social media personality and singer known for her videos on the social media platform TikTok. Dixie DAmelio is the sister of Charli DAmelio. In 2020, she starred in the YouTube web series Attaway General.

                                               

Maragle, New South Wales

Maragle is a rural locality in the southeast part of the Riverina, situated approximately 22 kilometres west of Cabramurra as the crow flies, or 53 kilometres by road. The nearest towns are Tumbarumba 16 kilometres to the northwest, and Batlow 37 ...

                                               

Burlington Public Library

Burlington Public Library, Burlington Carnegie Library, or Burlington Carnegie Free Library, may refer to: in Canada Burlington Public Library Ontario in the United States Burlington Carnegie Library Burlington, Washington, listed on the National ...

                                               

Columbus Public Library

Columbus Public Library may refer to: Columbus Metropolitan Library, Columbus, Ohio Columbus Public Library, a branch of the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries in Georgia Columbus Public Library Columbus, Wisconsin, listed on the National Register of ...

                                               

Firefall (disambiguation)

Firefall is an American rock band formed in 1974. Firefall may also refer to: Firefall poetry, a 1993 collection of poetry by Mona Van Duyn Firefall album, self-titled debut album Firefall ride, a thrill ride at Californias Great America Firefall ...

                                               

Abbott House

by state then city John Abbott House, Abbottstown, Pennsylvania, NRHP-listed Abbott Graves House, Kennebunkport, Maine, NRHP-listed in York County William Riley Abbott House, South Mills, North Carolina, NRHP-listed Ezra Abbott House, Owatonna, M ...

                                               

Andrews House

Andrews House may refer to: Josiah Andrews House, Des Moines, Iowa, NRHP-listed in Polk County Andrews-Luther Farm, Scituate, Rhode Island, NRHP-listed Morey-Andrews House, Waukesha, Wisconsin, NRHP-listed in Waukesha County McHugh-Andrews House, ...

                                               

Jenkins House

Jenkins House may refer to: in the United States by state, then city Jenkins Homestead, Lansdale, Pennsylvania, listed on the NRHP in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Gen. Albert Gallatin Jenkins House, Green Bottom, West Virginia, listed on the N ...

                                               

Joe Armstrong

Joe Armstrong may refer to: Joe Armstrong actor born 1978, English actor Joe Armstrong, character in American Ninja Joe Armstrong football scout 1894–1975, chief scout of Manchester United F.C. after World War II Joe Armstrong programmer 1950-201 ...

                                               

My Adventures With God

My Adventures With God is a 2017 memoir by Stephen Tobolowsky. Kirkus Reviews said the first half of the book was "an uneven Hollywood memoir" prior to Tobolowskys "sudden return to traditional Judaism" in the 1990s, when the work "gains more gra ...

                                               

Hutt Central

Hutt Central, a suburb of the city of Lower Hutt in New Zealand, forms part of the urban area of greater Wellington. It includes the Lower Hutt CBD. It includes Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt War Memorial Library and Lower Hutt Central Fire Station.

                                               

Masterton West

Masterton West is a suburb of Masterton, a town on New Zealands North Island. It includes Renall Street railway station and the Douglas Parks sports group. Air quality in Masterton West exceeded World Health Organisation guidelines for 28 days in ...

                                               

Mercury Marshes

Mercury Marshes is a 6.4-hectare Local Nature Reserve in Hamble-le-Rice in Hampshire. It is owned by Hampshire County Council and managed by Hampshire Countryside Service. It is part of Solent and Southampton Water Ramsar site and Special Protect ...

                                               

EOC

EOC may refer to: Earth Observation Center Equal Opportunities Commission disambiguation Ethics of care Ethernet over copper Evangelical Orthodox Church European Olympic Committees Ethnography of communication Ethernet over coax Economy of Commun ...

                                               

1922 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers football team

The 1922 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers football team represented Western Kentucky State Normal School and Teachers College in the 1922 college football season. They were coached by legendary basketball coach Edgar Diddle in his first year as footb ...

                                               

Context-sensitive

Context-sensitive is an adjective meaning "depending on context" or "depending on circumstances". It may refer to: Context-sensitive meaning, where meaning depends on context language use Context-sensitive grammar, a formal grammar in which the l ...

                                               

My Weapon

My Weapon" is a song performed by American contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter Natalie Grant. "My Weapon" is the lead single from her upcoming tenth studio album No Stranger.

                                               

West Albany

West Albany, Minnesota, an unincorporated community in southeast Minnesota West Albany Township, Wabasha County, Minnesota, a township in southeast Minnesota

                                               

Harrisburg (disambiguation)

Harrisburg usually refers to the city of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in the United States, which is the capital of the state of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg may also refer to: Harrisburg, Inyo County, California Harrisburg, Stark County, Ohio Harrisbur ...

                                               

Langdon

Langdon, a village which later became part of Cottage Grove, Minnesota Langdon, Washington, D.C., a neighborhood Langdon, Iowa, an unincorporated community Lake Langdon, Minnesota Langdon, North Dakota, a city Langdon Lake, Oregon Langdon, Kansas ...

                                               

Davis High School

Davis High School or Davis Senior High School can refer specifically to: Jeff Davis High School in Hazlehurst, Georgia Grace M. Davis High School in Modesto, California Oregon-Davis Junior-Senior High School in Hamlet, Indiana Benjamin O. Davis H ...

                                               

Blakeley

Blakeley, New York, an unincorporated hamlet Blakeley, Pennsylvania, a town in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania Blakeley Township, Scott County, Minnesota Blakeley Island Alabama Blakeley, Oregon, an unincorporated historic locale Blakeley, West V ...

                                               

Tarbert (disambiguation)

Tarbert may refer to the following places: Settlements Tarbert, Harris, a ferry port on Harris, Scotland Tarbert, Jura, on the east coast of the island of Jura Tarbert, Kintyre the town at the northern end of the Kintyre peninsula, Argyll and But ...

                                               

Functor (disambiguation)

A functor, in mathematics, is a map between categories. Functor may also refer to: In OCaml and Standard ML, a functor is a higher-order module a module parameterized by one or more other modules, often used to define type-safe abstracted algorit ...

                                               

2020–21 FK Zeljeznicar season

The 2020–21 season is Zeljeznicar s 100th in existence and their 21st season in the Premier League BH. Besides competing in the domestic league, the team will also compete in the National Cup and UEFA Europa League qualifiers.

                                               

Tatev Hakobyan

Tatev Hakobyan is an Armenian weightlifter. In 2017, she won the bronze medal in the womens 90 kg event at the 2017 European Weightlifting Championships held in Split, Croatia. In 2018, she competed in the womens 81 kg event at the 2018 World Wei ...

                                               

2020–21 British Basketball League season

The 2020–21 British Basketball League season will be the 34th season of the British Basketball League, the top British professional basketball league, since its establishment in 1987. The season will feature 11 teams from across England and Scotland.

                                               

Triple Truck Challenge

The Triple Truck Challenge is a series of races in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series that is designed to give attention to series regulars. The program debuted in 2019.

                                               

List of World Hockey Association broadcasters

After CBS lost the American television rights of the National Hockey League to NBC following the 1971-72 season, the network covered the inaugural season of the World Hockey Association. The WHAs TV deal permitted it to sell week‐night games to o ...

                                               

Dylan Osetkowski

Dylan Osetkowski is an American-German professional basketball player for ratiopharm Ulm of the Basketball Bundesliga. He played college basketball for the Texas Longhorns and the Tulane Green Wave.

                                               

2020–21 NBA season

The 2020–21 NBA season will be the 75th season of the National Basketball Association. The regular season was orginally supposed to start on October 21, 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic in North America, its scheduled start date has been pu ...

                                               

2005–06 Cincinnati Bearcats mens basketball team

The 2005–06 Cincinnati Bearcats mens basketball team represented the University of Cincinnati during the 2005–06 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. The team played its home games in Cincinnati, Ohio at the Fifth Third Arena, which has a capa ...

                                               

Arthur Goldman (cricketer)

Albert Edward Armese Goldman, also known as Arthur Goldman, was an Australian cricketer. He played one first-class match for Queensland in 1893. As of January 1893 Goldman was playing for the Brisbane Graziers Cricket Club, and in April he was se ...