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Inter Collegiate Prayer Fellowship

Inter Collegiate Prayer Fellowship is an International Student Movement founded in the year 1980 in Thiruvalla, Kerala, India. The Headquarters is located at the Mount Olive Centre, Muttumon, Kumbanad in Kerala State of India. Currently, it has m ...

Mother Cyborg

Diana J. Nucera, better known by her stage name Mother Cyborg, is a Detroit-based artist, DJ, and educator. Born in Chicago and raised in Frankfort, Indiana. Nucera began using the name Mother Cyborg in October 11, 2011 while DJing at a Halloween ...

IOP

IOP Publishing, its publishing company Institute of Optronics, a Pakistani technical organization Inanimate Objects Party, an American joke political party Institute of Physics, London-based professional association for physicists Institute of Ph ...

Gold Medal (piping)

In competitive solo bagpiping, a Gold Medal is awarded at the Northern Meeting and Argyllshire Gathering for pibroch playing. The prize is one of the most prestigious awards a solo player can receive, and by winning it a player qualifies for a nu ...

The Loyal Edmonton Regiment Band

The Loyal Edmonton Regiment Band, a Canadian Army volunteer brass and reed band that serves as the de facto official military band of the Central and Northern Alberta area and the regimental band of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment. Operationally, its ...

The Night With.

Started in 2016 by Matthew Whiteside, The Night With. presents music, primarily contemporary classical, in informal venues. The concerts are presented in three 15 to 30 minute thirds, rather than the traditional concert halves, to create a more i ...

Mark Takeshi McGregor

McGregor was born in Richmond, British Columbia and grew up in North Delta, British Columbia. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from the University of British Columbia in 1995; the Concours de Musique from le Conservatoire de Musique de Mo ...

Mala Kunia

Mala Kunia is a mini-album and roughly the 140th release by electronic music group Tangerine Dream. Violinist Hoshiko Yamane is not credited on this release.

Australian Army Band Newcastle

The Australian Army Band Newcastle is a reserve military band of the Australian Army. It is a sub-unit of the Australian Army Band Corps and is based at Bullecourt Barracks in Adamstown, New South Wales. It is serves as the army band for the Hunt ...

Seventh Avenue South (jazz club)

Seventh Avenue South was a jazz club in New York City. It existed from 1977 to 1987. The Seventh Avenue South was located in Greenwich Village, Manhattan 21 Seventh Avenue South/Leroy Street and it was founded by the brothers Randy and Michael Br ...

ArrangingTime

ArrangingTime is a 2016 studio album by American rock singer-songwriter Pete Yorn, released on Capitol Records. The release has received mixed reviews.

Ballads and Blues

Ballads and Blues may refer to: Ballads, Blues & Stories an album by Bret Michaels Ballads & Blues 1982–1994, compilation album by Northern-Irish rock musician Gary Moore Ballads, Blues and Boasters an album by Harry Belafonte Ballads and Blues G ...

The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye

The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye is a documentary film, directed by Marie Losier and released in 2011. The film is a portrait of influential transgender musician and performance artist Genesis P-Orridge and their partner Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orr ...

Joan March

Joan March i Zuriguel is a Spanish cartoonist, member of the ill-fated third generation the Bruguera School, alongside other authors such as Casanyes, Esege, the Fresno brothers, Rovira and Rafael Vaquer. His most famous series are El Mini Rey an ...

Example

Example may refer to: .example, reserved as a domain name that may not be installed as a top-level domain of the Internet exempli gratia e.g., usually read out in English as "for example" example.com, example.net, example.org, example.edu, second ...

David Friedman

David F. Friedman 1923–2011, American filmmaker exploitation films David Friedman actor born 1973, American film and TV actor and child star of the 1980s

Walpurga

Walpurga or Walpurgis may refer to Walpurgis Night, a holiday celebrated in Central and Northern Europe Maria Antonia Walpurgis of Bavaria 1724–1780, princess of Bavaria Saint Walpurga 8th century, an English missionary in Germany La Noche de Wal ...

RoomieOfficial

Joel Gustaf Berghult, better known as Roomie, is a Swedish singer, songwriter, producer, YouTuber and comedian. He is best known for his YouTube channel RoomieOfficial, which consists of covers, original songs, and other music-related content. He ...

Berkcan Guven

Berkcan Guven, also known as BEGE, is a Turkish influencer and YouTuber. As of 2019, he is studying Visual Communication Design at Isık University. He has been shooting videos on games, music and entertainment since 2014. With the release of his ...

Rob Scallon

Rob Scallon is an American YouTuber, musician, and multi-instrumentalist based in Chicago, Illinois. He is best known for several viral videos featuring his music, including heavy metal songs played with traditionally non-metal instruments.

Kingsley

Kingsley Corners, Wisconsin Kingsley, Michigan Kingsley, Iowa Kingsley Plantation, Florida Kingsley Township, Forest County, Pennsylvania Kingsley, Kentucky Kingsley, Oregon Kingsley, Pennsylvania

On Point (song)

On Point is a song by British YouTube personality and rapper KSI. The song is produced by JT, Kes Knoxa, Wallis Lane and Heat On Da Beat. It was released independently on 17 August 2018. The song is partially a diss track aimed at American YouTub ...

Its Every Night Sis

Its Every Night Sis is a song by American YouTube personality and rapper RiceGum featuring vocals from American model, actress and YouTube personality Alissa Violet. It was released on June 9, 2017 and is a response to Jake Pauls diss track "Its ...

Uncontrollable

Uncontrollable is a song by British YouTube personality and rapper KSI, featuring British grime MC Big Zuu. The song is produced by Zeeshan. It was released independently on 31 January 2018. The song was KSIs ring walk entrance music for KSI vs. ...

Olivia Sophie LAnge Shipp

Olivia Sophie LAnge Shipp was a multi-instrumentalist known primarily as a bass violinist. She performed in dance bands, jazz bands, chamber music ensembles and orchestras in New York City and other parts of the U.S.A. She was also a founder of t ...

RHA Audio

RHA Technologies Ltd., commonly known as RHA Audio is a British independently owned audio company specialising in the design and production of a wide range of In-Ear Headphones, High Quality Audio, Headphone Accessories and Driver Technologies.

Brigham Young University Mens Chorus

Brigham Young University Mens Chorus is the largest collegiate mens choir in the United States. With nearly 200 auditioned members, the choir began more than 100 years ago as a small male glee club.

Cyprus in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003

Cyprus participated in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2003 which took place in Copenhagen, Denmark. Theodora Rafti represented the country with the song "Mia efhi".

Harold Baker

Harold Baker may refer to: George Harold Baker 1877–1916, lawyer, political figure, and soldier from Quebec, Canada Harold Brooks-Baker 1933–2005, American-British financier, journalist, and publisher, and self-proclaimed expert on genealogy Haro ...

David Bailey (disambiguation)

David Bailey is an English photographer. David Bailey may also refer to: David Bailey rugby league born 1969, New Zealand rugby league footballer David Bailey politician Mayor of Brant County, Ontario David Harold Bailey born 1948, mathematician ...

Maureen Jones

Maureen Jones is an Australian classical pianist. She was born in Sydney and grew up in the Sydney suburbs of Warrawee and Turramurra. At primary-school age she was invited to study at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music by its director Edgar Bain ...

I Hope Youre Happy Now (Carly Pearce and Lee Brice song)

I Hope Youre Happy Now is a song recorded by American country music artists Carly Pearce and Lee Brice. It was released in October 2019 as the second single from Pearces self-titled studio album.

Juliette and Juliette

Juliette and Juliette is a 1974 French-Italian comedy films directed by Remo Forlani and starring Annie Girardot, Marlene Jobert and Pierre Richard.

Saint Cecilia (disambiguation)

Saint Cecilia, St. Cecilia or Santa Cecilia may refer to: St. Cecilia Cathedral, the cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Omaha, Nebraska, US Santa Cecilia del Alcor, a municipality in the province of Palencia, Castile and Leon, Spain Santa C ...

Adentro Cojutepeque

Adentro Cojutepeque is a song written and composed in 1942 by Salvadoran singer-composer Francisco Palaviccini, creator of Salvadoran genre xuc. It was composed for the Cojutepeques Cain Sugar Celebration. This song was released during the patron ...

Eliette von Karajan

Eliette von Karajan is French former fashion model who was "discovered" by Christian Dior when she was 18. She came to wider prominence as the wife of the celebrity-conductor Herbert von Karajan whom she married in October 1958. As a widow she re ...

Deluxe

Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc., parent company of Deluxe Digital Studios Deluxe Laboratories DeLuxe Color, a brand of color photography used in motion pictures, especially those made by 20th Century-Fox since late 1953 Deluxe Music, a G ...

Sarah Hyde

Sarah Hyde was born Sarah Ray, the only daughter of Dublin booksellers and printers Joseph and Elizabeth Ray. Nothing is known about her life until her marriage to the printer and bookseller, John Hyde, on 18 June 1714. Following her husbands dea ...

Fine

Fine on alienation, in feudal law, a sum of money paid to the lord by a tenant when he had occasion to make over his land to another Fine, a dated term for a premium on a lease of land, a large sum the tenant pays to commute lessen the rent throu ...

ZYX

ZYX or Zyx may refer to: ZyX company, a Japanese company that makes erotic video games ZYX pop group, a Japanese pop group ZYX gene, a gene that encodes the protein Zyxin Zyx, a villain in the American TV series Legion of Super Heroes ZYX Music, ...

Madonna: The Unauthorized Rusical

Madonna: The Unauthorized Rusical is the seventh episode of the twelfth season of the American reality competition television series RuPauls Drag Race, which aired on VH1 on April 10, 2020. The episode has contestants perform a musical about Mado ...

Richard E. Aaron

Richard E. Aaron was a music photographer. In a career that spanned over three decades, Aarons media ranged across feature films, television, video, corporate public relations, entertainment publicity and album covers.

Allan Tannenbaum

Allan Tannenbaum is a photographer in the United States. He has worked for the SoHo Weekly News until it shut down in 1982, worked for Sygma Photo News until 2000, and then Polaris Images. He won a World Press Photo General News Award. He photogr ...

Total Control

Total Control may refer to: Total Control video game, a 1995 Russian game Total Control, media gateway technology created by U.S. Robotics and used by CommWorks Corporation Total Control, a MIDI controller for DJs produced by Numark Total Control ...

CR2

CR2 may refer to: CR2, a raw image format used by Canon digital cameras Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, the sequel to the Disney Channel Original Movie Camp Rock CR2, a postcode district in the CR postcode area CR2 battery, a dry-cell type battery co ...

New Circadia

New Circadia is a temporary installation at the University of Torontos John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design. The installation, which opened on November 7, 2019 and runs through April 2020, is the first exhibition to take ...

Sukhpal Sukh

Sukpal Sukh Also known as DJ King and Star Maker, is a Indo-Canadian singer-songwriter and bhangra Record producer from Vancouver in Canada. Since releasing his first professional recording in 1990, Jad Main Ghund chukya, Sukhpal sukh has produce ...

Bemani (disambiguation)

Bemani is Konamis music video game division. It may also refer to: Mahdi Bemani Naeini born 1968, Iranian film director, cinematographer, TV news producer and photographer Bemani, Iran, a village in Bemani Rural District, Byaban District, Minab C ...

John Pickering

John Pickering may refer to: John Pickering dramatist, author of the play Horestes first published in 1567 John H. Pickering 1916–2005, founding partner of Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, which became one of Washington D.C.s most prominent law firms ...

Clean

Clean may refer to: Cleanliness, the state of being clean and free from dirt Cleaning, the process of removing unwanted substances, such as dirt, infectious agents, and other impurities, from an object or environment