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Oak Ridges

Oak Ridges, Ontario, a community within the boundaries of Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada Oak Ridges Moraine Oak Ridges electoral district, a defunct electoral district in Ontario Oak Ridges Dynes, a defunct ice hockey team from the community of O ...

                                               

Pine Ridge

Pine Ridge may refer to: Pine Ridge, South Carolina Pine Ridge Secondary School, in Pickering, Ontario, Canada Pine Ridge, Indiana Pine Ridge Lum and Abner, the fictional Arkansas location of the Lum and Abner radio and film series Pine Ridge, So ...

                                               

When You Need Me

When You Need Me may refer to: "When You Need Me", song and single by Aaron Hall from The Truth Aaron Hall album "When You Need Me", song by Chante Moore and Will Downing composed by Stan Brown, also on 2000 Will Downing album All the Man You Nee ...

                                               

Ghosts (Cowboy Junkies album)

Ghosts is an album by the Canadian alt-country band Cowboy Junkies, released digitally on March 30, 2020. The album features eight songs that process the loss of the Timmins siblings mother who died in 2018

                                               

FRR

Pensions Reserve Fund France French: Fonds de Reserve pour les Retraites Falls Road Railroad, in New York, United States Fresh Air airline, a Nigerian airline Federația Romana de Radioamatorism, an amateur radio organization in Romania

                                               

URSS

URSS is an alternative spelling of USSR. In other languages, it stands for Union des republiques socialistes sovietiques, Union de Republicas Socialistas Sovieticas, Unyon ng mga Republikang Sosyalistang Sobyet, Uni Republik Sosialis Soviet, Unio ...

                                               

Familia

Familia may refer to: Familia film, 2005 Canadian film Familia political party, a Polish political party Familia, historical designation for a Medieval household Familia, the word for Family in several languages and often used to identify individ ...

                                               

Summer Palace (disambiguation)

Episcopal Summer Palace, Bratislava, a palace in Bratislava, which houses the government of Slovakia Summer Palace of Peter the Great, royal residence in St. Petersburg for Peter the Great Old Summer Palace, known in China as the Gardens of Perfe ...

                                               

Sou

Sou album, studio album by Marcelo Camelo Southern Thai language, ISO 639-3 language code Sou coin, historically, a French coin worth 5 centimes, and now slang for a coin of little value Sou pastry, a type of food pastry Sou film, a film by Theod ...

                                               

Sart (disambiguation)

Sart is a name for the settled inhabitants of Central Asia. It may also refer to: A village in Turkey, formerly known as Sardis Sat Chin or Sart Chin, the Ghost Festival as it is known in Thailand Sat Thai, a festival in Thailand, alternatively s ...

                                               

Funkier Than a Mosquitos Tweeter (song)

Funkier Than a Mosquitos Tweeter is a song written by Tina Turners sister Alline Bullock. It was first released by R&B duo Ike & Tina Turner on their 1970 album Workin Together. Mosquitas was the original spelling of Mosquitos, but after jazz ...

                                               

Here and Now (Kenny Chesney song)

Here and Now is a song recorded by American country music singer Kenny Chesney. It is the second single and title track from his nineteenth studio album Here and Now. The song was written by Craig Wiseman, David Lee Murphy and David Garcia.

                                               

In Between (Scotty McCreery song)

"In Between" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Scotty McCreery. It is the third single from his third studio album Seasons Change. McCreery wrote the song with Jessi Alexander, Jonathan Singleton, and Frank Rogers ...

                                               

Mad Love (JoJo song)

Mad Love is a song by American R&B singer-songwriter JoJo and is the title track from her third studio album Mad Love. It was written by Joanna Levesque, Nikki Flores and Josh Monroy, with the latter also handling the songs production under t ...

                                               

Parkdale

Parkdale, Oregon Parkdale, Colorado Parkdale, Arkansas Parkdale, Minnesota Parkdale Charlotte neighborhood

                                               

About Last Night

About Last Night may refer to: About Last Night 2014 film, an American romantic comedy film About Last Night album, a Stephen Ashbrook album, or the title track About Last Night 1986 film, a comedy-drama film "About Last Night", an episode from t ...

                                               

In the Morning (Mr Eazi song)

In the Morning is a song by Mr Eazi and features vocals from Big Lean. It was released on 29 August 2017 and peaked at number 7 on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart. The song peaked at number 7 on the Billboard charts on February 25, 2 ...

                                               

Nuk E Di

Nuk E Di is a song recorded by Kosovo-Albanian singers and sisters Era Istrefi featuring Nora Istrefi. The song was entirely written by Era Istrefi alongside producers Claydee, Lee Paul Williams and Teddy Economou.

                                               

Redrum (Era Istrefi song)

Redrum is a song recorded by Kosovo Albanian singer Era Istrefi featuring American producer Felix Snow. It is entirely performed in English becoming simultaneously the singers first single in a foreign language. The official music video for the s ...

                                               

Stay With Me Tonight (Eugent Bushpepa song)

Stay With Me Tonight is a song recorded by Albanian singer and songwriter Eugent Bushpepa. Lasting three minutes and fifty four seconds, the song was written and produced by the singer himself. The official music video for the song was shot in It ...

                                               

Sofi

Sofi may refer to: Sofi mascot, the Mascot for 2010 ISF Womens World Championship Sofi Marinova born 1975, Bulgarian singer SOFI may refer to: SoFi Social Finance Inc., an online personal finance company that provides student loan refinancing, mo ...

                                               

Chocho

Chocho language, their language Chocho people, an indigenous people of Mexico Cho Cho, First Lady of Myanmar Andres Chocho, an Ecuadorian race walker Chōcho, a Japanese singer

                                               

Khin Hlaing

Khin Hlaing is a Burmese comedian, director and actor. He was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor award at the 2016 Myanmar Academy Award for his performance in the film Is this called love?.

                                               

Lluis Gavaldà

Lluis Gavaldà i Roig is the singer and main composer of the group "Els Pets". With a degree in Anglo-Germanic philology, Gavaldà is mainly known for being the singer, guitarist and composer of Els Pets, together with Falin Caceres and Joan Reig. ...

                                               

Dios nos libre del dinero

Dios Nos Libre del Dinero is a song recorded by Spanish singer and songwriter Rosalia. It was released through Sony and Columbia Records alongside its A-track "Milionària". This two songs complete the two-side single Fucking Money Man ", released ...

                                               

Me quedo

Me Quedo is a song recorded by Spanish singer Aitana in collaboration with Lola Indigo. Produced by El Guincho and Alizzz, the song was released as the third and final single of Aitanas debut studio album Spoiler on June 28, 2019 through Universa ...

                                               

Catch

"Catch" Allie X song "Catch", a 2002 song by Kosheen "Catch" The Cure song, 1987 "Catch" Brett Young song, 2019

                                               

ASY

ASY or Asy may mean: Annual sustainable yield in fisheries Asy, Kazakhstan, a village and the administrative center of Jambyl District, Jambyl asy, ISO 639-3 code for the Yaosakor dialect of the Asmat language of West Papua ASY, IATA code for Ash ...

                                               

WLB

Welsh Language Board, a former UK statutory body Wiener Lokalbahnen, an Austrian railway company Wurttembergische Landesbibliothek, the Wurttemberg State Library, in Stuttgart, Germany

                                               

Berry (disambiguation)

A berry is a small, pulpy and often edible fruit in non-technical language. Berry botany, in scientific terminology, a small or large fleshy fruit without a stone, produced from a single flower containing one ovary this excludes certain fruits co ...

                                               

30 Hronia Katy Garbi (Live Katrakio 2019)

30 Hronia Katy Garbi ; English: 30 Years Katy Garbi) is a live album by popular Greek singer Katy Garbi recorded in 2019 and released in 2020 by Panik Records. The album is Garbis second live album; a three-disc compilation of songs performed dur ...

                                               

Bootsie

Bootsie may refer to: Bootsie, the original name of Pollys cat in "The Cat Who." series. Bootsie was an unhappy cat until his name was changed to the more satisfactory "Brutus". Bootsie Neal Bootsie Barnes, tenor saxophonist from Philadelphia, PA ...

                                               

Iota (disambiguation)

Iota is the ninth letter of the Greek alphabet. Iota or IOTA may also refer to: Iota Cyrillic Ꙇ, ꙇ, a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet Ɩ or Latin iota, a letter of the Latin alphabet

                                               

Kesari (2020 film)

Kesari is a 2020 Indian Marathi language film directed by Sujay Sunil Dahake and produced by Santosh Ramchandani under the banner of Bhavna Films with Manohar Ramchandani as co-producer. The film starring Virat Madke, Rupa Borgaonkar, Mahesh Manj ...

                                               

Prawaas

Prawaas is a 2020 Marathi-language drama film directed by Shashank Udapurkar, produced under banner of Om Chhangani Films. The film stars Ashok Saraf, Padmini Kolhapure, Shashank Udapurkar, Vikram Gokhale and Rajit Kapur. The first scene was film ...

                                               

Muren

Muren may refer to a number of rivers in Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, and Manchuria cf. Mongolian: Мөрөн, Moron - "river", for example Delgermoron, one of the headwaters of the Selenge, the Muling River, a left tributary of the Ussuri, Shar Moron Ch ...

                                               

Lexicon (disambiguation)

The lexicon of a language is its vocabulary. Lexicon is also a synonym for a dictionary or encyclopedic dictionary, and may also refer to: Lexicon mathematics, a real number that is disjunctive to every base Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, a biopharmace ...

                                               

Sanah (singer)

Zuzanna Jurczak, known professionally as Sanah, is a Polish singer and songwriter. She received nationwide popularity in 2020, with the release of her single "Szampan", which became a number-one hit in Poland. Jurczak graduated from the Fryderyk ...

                                               

Ramzan Khan

Ramzan Khan, popularly known as Munna Master an Indian singer and social worker who sings Bhajans and takes care of cows. He hails from Jaipur district of Uttar Pradesh. He was conferred with Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in India ...

                                               

BMK

BMK is a three-letter abbreviation of: Barbie Mini Kingdom, a doll line the time era before the first Mortal Kombat tournament Benzyl methyl ketone, synonymous of phenylacetone Brian Kibler, full name Brian McCormick Kibler. Big Mama King, a Kore ...

                                               

Kuralarasan

Kuralarasan is an Indian actor and film composer who works in Tamil-language films. He has collaborated with his father, T. Rajender, and his brother, Silambarasan, in all his films to date.

                                               

Memorial society

A memorial society may refer to: Hasrat Mohani Memorial Society, founded in 1951 to commemorate Hasrat Mohani 1875–1951, Indian activist in the Indian Independence Movement and noted poet of the Urdu language Sardar Amir Azam Memorial Society, fo ...

                                               

Man Aamadeh Am

Later, It was sung by Pakistani singers Atif Aslam and Gul Panra during Coke Studio season 8 episode 3. Lyrics were written by Atif himself and produced by Strings. The music video of the song features Atif Aslam and Gul Panra. It got 37k shares ...

                                               

Jim Hall

Jim Hall baseball died 1886, professional baseball player from 1872–1875 Jim Hall footballer, born 1914 1914–?, English footballer who played for Blackpool Jim Hall announcer born 1933, for the New York Giants Jim Hall racing driver born 1935, fo ...

                                               

Marcel Ponseele

Marcel Ponseele is a Belgian oboist. Ponseele studied at Bruges and other conservatories in Belgium. He has specialised in the baroque oboe and is involved in making his own instruments in 18th-century style. He is known for his performances of Bach.

                                               

Silva (musician)

Silva released his first album "Claridão" on the Som Livre label in 2012. In 2014 he released "Vista pro mar," followed by "Jupiter" in 2015, "Silva canta Marisa" in 2016, and "Brasileiro" in 2018. Silva has toured Brazil for each of his five alb ...

                                               

Undertaker (disambiguation)

"The Undertaker Renholder Mix", a song by Puscifer first released on the 2006 soundtrack Underworld: Evolution "Undertaker", a song by CocoRosie from their 2010 album Grey Oceans The Undertaker, an unreleased album by Prince "Undertaker", a song ...

                                               

Timotheus

Timotheus aulist, a late 4th century BC musician at the court of Alexander the Great Timothy IV of Alexandria, or the III, bishop in the 6th century Timotheus of Gaza, 5th century AD Greek grammarian active during the reign of Anastasius Pope Tim ...

                                               

Lika (disambiguation)

Lika can refer to: Sanjak of Lika, a province sanjak of the Ottoman Empire, during the 16th and 17th centuries Lika, a historic region of Croatia Lika-Senj County, modern county zupanija in Croatia Lika-Krbava County, former county zupanija in Cr ...

                                               

Tomasz Pusz

Pusz was born in Prudnik, Poland. He went to a gymnasium in Prudnik, Medical School in Prudnik and University of Applied Sciences in Nysa. In 2016 he formed a black metal band Sovran. He also worked with the group Exit the Machine from Glucholazy ...