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Tracy Daszkiewicz

Tracy Daszkiewicz is a Deputy Director of Population Health and Wellbeing at Public Health England. She was formerly the Director of Public Health and Safety for the county of Wiltshire, England, where in 2018 she played a leading role in the res ...

                                               

Truth to Power

Truth to Power may refer to: Speak Truth To Power: Human Rights Defenders Who Are Changing Our World 2003, a non-fiction book by Kerry Kennedy with photographs by Eddie Adams Speak Truth To Power, a global human rights initiative under the auspic ...

                                               

Sagami

Sagami may refer to: Sagami Railway, a railway company operating three lines in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan Sagami, an 11th-century waka poet Sagami Province, an old province in Japan Sagami Railway Izumino Line, a railway line extending from Futa ...

                                               

Otto Vossler

Born in Heidelberg, Vossler was the younger son of the Romanist Karl Vossler and his wife Ester Countess Gnoli, daughter of the Italian poet and literary historian Count Domenico Gnoli. Growing up in the bilingual parental home, Vossler could tra ...

                                               

Bruce A. Wishart

Chopper Squad 1978 TV movie Is There Anybody There? 1976 TV movie Glenview High 1977 TV series Cop Shop 1980 TV series Paradise 1975 TV movie Late Night Revue 1959 musical revue Mamas Gone A-Hunting 1977 TV movie Demolition 1978 TV movie Gone to ...

                                               

Joseph C. Keeley

Joseph C. Keeley was an American public relations expert who became editor of American Legion magazine and wrote a biography of Alfred Kohlberg called The China Lobby Man in 1969.

                                               

24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual

The 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual was a sim racing esports event held over 13–14 June 2020. It was held as a placeholder for the postponed 2020 24 Hours of Le Mans in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event was hosted on rFactor 2.

                                               

Thats Our Song

Thats Our Song is an album released by Israeli folk duo Esther & Abi Ofarim. It was released in Europe on Philips Records in 1965. The album was released as Neue Songs Der Welt in Germany.

                                               

XCX World

XCX World is an unreleased third studio album by English singer and songwriter, Charli XCX written and recorded throughout 2015-2017. After being delayed multiple times, "XCX World" was eventually shelved, and leaked. Despite being given a name, ...

                                               

Swallow Tales (John Scofield album)

Swallow Tales is a studio album by American jazz musician John Scofield recorded together with Bill Stewart and Steve Swallow. The album was released by ECM Records on 12 June 2020. The trio plays nine compositions previously written by Steve Swa ...

                                               

Life Goes On (Carla Bley album)

Life Goes On is a studio album by American composer and pianist Carla Bley with saxophonist Andy Sheppard and bass guitarist Steve Swallow released by the ECM label on February 14, 2020.

                                               

Forgive Me (Chloe x Halle song)

Forgive Me is a song by American R&B duo Chloe x Halle from their second studio album Ungodly Hour. It was released as the second single on June 12, 2020, with an accompanying music video for the song being released on the same day of the sin ...

                                               

U Played

U Played is a song by American rapper Moneybagg Yo featuring American rapper Lil Baby. It was released on January 3, 2020 as the second single from Moneybagg Yos third studio album Time Served. The song was produced by Tay Keith.

                                               

Black Madonna (Azealia Banks song)

Black Madonna is a song by American rapper and singer-songwriter Azealia Banks featuring Lex Luger, who handled production on the track. Released on June 9, 2020, the song serves as the lead single to Banks second studio album, Business & Pleasur ...

                                               

Output

Output may refer to: Output economics, the amount of goods and services produced The information produced by a computer, see Input/output Gross output in economics, the value of net output or GDP plus intermediate consumption Net output in econom ...

                                               

Sing! (Esther & Abi Ofarim album)

Sing! is an album by Israeli folk duo Esther & Abi Ofarim. It was released on Philips Records in 1966. The album was released as The New Esther & Abi Ofarim Album in the UK, Sing Hallelujah! in the Netherlands, and Das Neue Esther & Abi Ofarim Al ...

                                               

Framed (Asleep at the Wheel album)

Framed is the seventh studio album by American country band Asleep at the Wheel. Recorded at several studios in Austin and Dallas, Texas, it was produced solely by the bands frontman Ray Benson and released on August 5, 1980 as the groups only al ...

                                               

Pruthviraj (film)

Pruthviraj is a 1992 Indian Kannada action film co-written and directed by Renuka Sharma. The film was financed by M. S. Suresh babu under Swathi Cine Arts and had music scored and composed by Sax Raja. The film stars Devaraj in the titular role ...

                                               

X Factor (Romanian season 9)

X Factor is a Romanian television music competition that aims to find a new music talent to become a star. The ninth season will start airing after a hiatus of one year on 2020 on Antena 1.

                                               

Det svarta fåret

Det svarta fåret is the fifth studio album by Swedish singer Eric Saade. It was released on 12 June 2020 in Sweden through Warner Music Sweden. The album is Saades first Swedish-language album in his career and his first studio album in approxima ...

                                               

Migraine (Moonstar88 song)

Migraine is a Tagalog-language song written by Herbert Hernandez for the Filipino rock band Moonstar88. It was released in early 2008 as the third single of their album Todo Combo, after "Tadhana" and "Di Kasi". It has Maychelle Baay in the lead ...

                                               

Lightbox (disambiguation)

The Lightbox, a museum in Woking, England Time LightBox, a blog by the photo department of Time Magazine Lightbox.com, a discontinued photoblogging platform LightBox Interactive, a USA-based video game developer TIFF Bell Lightbox, the headquarte ...

                                               

How You Like That

How You Like That is a song by South Korean girl group Blackpink. It was released on June 26, 2020, through YG Entertainment and Interscope Records, as the first pre-release single from the groups upcoming debut Korean-language studio album, set ...

                                               

Puffer

Puffer may refer to: Puffer TV service, online streaming service Puffer train, a class of patterns in automata such as Conways Game of Life Puffer, a type of circuit breaker Inhaler, a medical device used for delivering medication into the body v ...

                                               

Larry Davis

Larry Davis may refer to: Larry Davis New York 1966–2008, New York City criminal defendant Larry Davis blues musician 1936–1994, American Texas blues musician Larry Davis minister born 1948, American pastor convicted of misappropriating church fu ...

                                               

Kaught at the Kampus

Kaught at the Kampus is a live compilation 12 inch EP released in 1981 by Reekus Records, featuring tracks from the punk and post-punk bands Nun Attax, Mean Features, Urban Blitz and Microdisney. It was recorded at the Arcadia Ballroom, Cork, on ...

                                               

Salbakuta

Salbakuta is a Filipino rap group. Formed by Andrew E., the group achieved mainstream success with their breakout single "S2pid Luv", which heavily sampled Barbra Streisands "Evergreen ".

                                               

Officers Training Academy Band

The Officers Training Academy Military Band is a musical unit in the Indian Armed Forces based out of Chennai. The OTA Military Band was established in 1973 from an amalgamation of musicians from various regiments in the Indian Army. Since then t ...

                                               

Smalls

Smalls may refer to: An informal colloquial term for undergarments Smalls Jazz Club, a jazz club located in New York City Camp Robert Smalls, a United States Naval training facility Fort Robert Smalls, a Civil War redoubt Nickname for responsions ...

                                               

QCC

QCC may refer to:\ a pathotype of Puccinia graminis affecting barley Qwest Communications Corporation Quinsigamond Community College Queensland Childrens Choir Queensland Cricketers Club Queer Cultural Center Qualified Contingent Cross Orders Que ...

                                               

Herbert Collum

Born in Leipzig, between 1921 and 1929 Collum attended a primary school in Leipzig. Afterwards he studied the organ from 1930 to 1934 with Karl Straube and Gunther Ramin, the piaon with Carl Adolf Martienssen, with Choir conducting with Kurt Thom ...

                                               

Driving Away From Home (Jims Tune)

Driving Away From Home is a song by the british band Its Immaterial. Released as a single in 1986 it spent eight weeks in the UK Singles Chart peaking at number 18 in April 1986. The song has been described by the band as a "British on-the-road s ...

                                               

Sigbjorn

Sigbjorn is a given name. Notable people with the given name include: Sigbjorn Ravnåsen 1941–2016, Norwegian researcher, principal and politician Sigbjorn Johnsen born 1950, Norwegian politician Sigbjorn Gjelsvik born 1974, Norwegian politician S ...

                                               

Nissa Sabyan

Khoirunnisa, known as Nissa Sabyan, is an Indonesian singer who is a member Sabyan Gambus as a vocalist. Nissa is known to public for often singing songs with Islamic nuances or prophet salawat. The video clip has been watched millions of times a ...

                                               

Il cantante mascherato

Il cantante mascherato is an Italian reality singing competition television series part of the Masked Singer franchise. It premiered on Rai 1 in January 10, 2020.

                                               

Nana Tuffour

Nana Tuffour, also known as 9-9-2-4, was a Ghanaian Highlife singer and songwriter. He is known for popular highlife songs such as Aketekyiwa, Abeiku and Owuo sei fie and had 15 albums to his credit.

                                               

Destiny Rogers

Rogers grew up in the small town of Lodi with her family. Rogers is fluent in Spanish from the Mexican ancestry on her mothers side. She learned to play guitar at the age of 10 from watching Youtube videos of Justin Bieber play. Rogers dad was a ...

                                               

Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat)

Savage Love ", originally known as Savage Love ", is a song by New Zealand music producer Jawsh 685 and American singer Jason Derulo. The song was officially released on 11 June 2020, following the resolution of sample clearance issues between th ...

                                               

WLYT

WLYT may refer to: WFGW, a radio station 106.7 FM licensed to Norris, Tennessee, United States, which carried the WLYT callsign from 2012 to 2013 WKRK-FM, a radio station 92.3 FM licensed to Cleveland Heights, Ohio, United States, which carried t ...

                                               

Ben Shephard (disambiguation)

Ben Shephard is an English television presenter and journalist. Ben Shephard, Ben Shepherd, Ben Shepard or Ben Sheppard may also refer to:

                                               

DJ "Blinky” Bill Sellanga

DJ" Blinky” Bill Sellanga is a Kenyan musician/producer and DJ based in Nairobi. He is also a founder of the Kenyan art and music collective Just A Band. Sellanga chose his stage name "Blinky Bill" after seeing his name in a newspaper and thinkin ...

                                               

Din (EP)

Din is the first extended play by Swedish singer and songwriter Oscar Zia. It consists of four previously released songs and two new songs as well as the acoustic version of "Nice". The extended play was released on November 2, 2018 through Warne ...

                                               

Bernhard Schneyer

Schneyer was born in Wernigerode. Music has played an important role in his life since he was five years old. So from the age of six he received violin lessons at the music school in Wernigerode and later played in the orchestra of the music scho ...

                                               

Favorite Son (disambiguation)

Favorite son refers to a politician with strong regional or party support. Favorite Son may also refer to: "Favorite Son" Star Trek: Voyager, an episode of the American TV series Star Trek: Voyager "Favorite Son", an episode of the American sitco ...

                                               

Sleepover (disambiguation)

A sleepover is a party where guests are invited to stay overnight. Sleepover, sleepovers, or Sleep Over may also refer to: Sleep ∞ Over, an American indie rock group SleepOver, a 2011 album by Canadian producer Socalled Sleepovers book, a 2001 bo ...

                                               

Quint

Honda Quint, a subcompact car manufactured by Honda of Japan A tandem bicycle with five seats Quint fire apparatus, a fire service apparatus combining features of an engine and a ladder truck

                                               

Saed Haddad

Saed Haddad is a Jordanian-born German composer considered to be among the best contemporary classical composers. Between 2004-2006 his work synthesized Western and Arabic traditions. From 2007-2014 Haddad has explored questions of distancing one ...

                                               

Anhang

Anhang, often abbreviated as Anh., refers to sections in publications such as the Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis or the Deutsch catalogue: BWV Anh.: list of lost, doubtful and spurious compositions by, or once attributed to, Johann Sebastian Bach D Anh. ...

                                               

Joachim Draheim

Born in Berlin, Draheim studied classical philology, history and musicology in Heidelberg. He received his doctorate with the thesis "Setting to music ancient texts from the Baroque to the present" Amsterdam 1981. Since 1973 Draheim has worked as ...

                                               

Hans Georg Emde

Hans Georg Emde was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.