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Juju Noda

Juju Noda is a Japanese professional racing driver. She began driving Formula 4 cars at the age of just 10-years-old, and had her first experience of a Formula 3 car at the age of 12 during a test, while also participating in the Japanese F4 Unde ...

                                               

Me Too movement in South Korea

Prosecutor Seo Ji-hyun, an incumbent prosecutor in South Korea, posted a message on the e-pros bulletin board of the prosecutions internal network on January 29, 2018, and later appeared on JTBCs newsroom and confessed to sexual harassment for th ...

                                               

1996 Copenhagen Airport shooting

On 10 March 1996, six members of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club ambushed four rival Bandidos Motorcycle Club members outside Copenhagen Airport, killing one man and wounding three others with gunfire. A twin attack was also carried out at Oslo ...

                                               

Bjorn Lisdorf

Bjorn Lisdorf, or simply Bjorn, is a Danish live streamer and internet personality, mainly known in the IRL genre. After becoming close friends with the American streamer Ice Poseidon, and rising to fame, Lisdorf was featured in Danish newspapers ...

                                               

Ricky Gonzalez

Richard "Ricky" Gonzalez is an American professional stock car racing driver who competed in one NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race in 2004 and a number of ARCA Re/Max Series races from 2004 to 2007. He became the first Hispanic-American driver t ...

                                               

Wes Burton

Wesley "Wes" Burton is an American professional stock car racing driver. He has competed part-time in the NASCAR Truck Series, making twelve starts between 2009 and 2012. In his years without a ride in that series, he has occasionally competed in ...

                                               

Jerry de Weerdt

Jerry de Weerdt is a Belgian professional stock car racing driver who last competed part-time in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Elite 2 division. de Weerdt made 54 Elite 2 division starts between 2014 and 2019, and made a total of 41 Elite 1 divis ...

                                               

Doug Coby

Doug Coby is an American professional racing driver. He currently competes full-time in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, driving the No. 10 Chevrolet for Doug Coby Racing. He is a six-time champion of the Tour, winning titles in 2012, 2014, 2015, ...

                                               

Darwins Yearbook

Darwins Yearbook is a six-episode spin-off miniseries of the British-American animated comedy childrens television series The Amazing World of Gumball. The miniseries features Christain J. Simon as Darwin, an orange fish who is tasked with comple ...

                                               

Banana Joe (Darwins Yearbook)

Banana Joe is the first episode of the first season of Darwins Yearbook. It originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States, on December 14, 2019, after airing in France, on December 7, 2019. In this episode, Darwin Watterson is tasked w ...

                                               

Sarah (Darwins Yearbook)

Sarah is the fifth episode of the first season of Darwins Yearbook. It originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States, on December 28, 2019, after airing in France, on December 8, 2019. In this episode, Darwin decides to add a picture o ...

                                               

Clayton (Darwins Yearbook)

Clayton is the second episode of the first season of Darwins Yearbook. It originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States, on December 14, 2019, after airing in France, on December 7, 2019. In this episode, Darwin decides to put a pictur ...

                                               

Teachers (Darwins Yearbook)

Teachers is the sixth episode and season finale of the first season of Darwins Yearbook. It originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States, on December 28, 2019, after airing in France, on December 8, 2019. In this episode, Darwin asks ...

                                               

Alan (Darwins Yearbook)

Alan is the fourth episode of the first season of Darwins Yearbook. It originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States, on December 21, 2019, after airing in France, on December 8, 2019. In this episode, Darwin decides to add a picture o ...

                                               

Zindagi Aa Raha Hoon Main

Zindagi Aa Raha Hoon Main is 2015 Hindi song. The songs theme is how to live life. It was sung by Pakistani singer Atif Aslam, composed by Amaal Mallik and lyrics penned by Manoj Muntashir. The song was the first combo of Atif-Amaal, Atif-Manoj a ...

                                               

Berita RTM

Berita RTM, also known as Saluran Berita RTM is a free-to-air Malaysian television network owned and operated by Radio Television Malaysia. With Yang Sahih di Berita RTM as its corporate slogan, the network was launched on 25 June 2020 alongside ...

                                               

Stephen Quinn (broadcaster)

Stephen Quinn is a broadcaster with CBC and is a host of The Early Edition morning show from CBC British Columbia. Quin has also hosted the On the Coast afternoon show as well as the eponymous quiz show, Quinns Quiz, on CBC Radio. His shows, and ...

                                               

Gareth Reynolds

Reynolds was born in Brown Deer, Wisconsin. His mother is from the United Kingdom. Reynolds attended Emerson College. There, he joined the improv group Swollen Monkeys where he met Evan Mann, with whom he hosts the podcast Point vs. Point. Reynol ...

                                               

Rain Valdez

Rain Valdez is an American actress, writer, and producer who rose to prominence with her award-winning short film, Ryans. She stars in the web series Razor Tongue, which she created, and TV Lands Lopez, for which she also serves as a consultant. ...

                                               

Carrie (Darwins Yearbook)

Carrie is the third episode of the first season of Darwins Yearbook. It originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States, on December 21, 2019, after airing in France, on December 7, 2019. In this episode, Darwin decides to add a picture ...

                                               

Siobhan McSweeney

McSweeney was born in County Cork, Ireland. Before acting, she did a science degree at the University College Cork. In 2001, she moved to London when she secured a place at the Central School of Speech and Drama.

                                               

Jovie Espenido

Espenido was born on October 19, 1968 in San Miguel, Surigao Del Sur, Philippines. He is the seventh among the ten siblings. His parents, Josepina and Vicente, gave" Jovie” a name that fused their own. He is a licensed criminologist and a graduat ...

                                               

Pyotr Rykov

Soon after his birth Petrs family moved to Smolensk, where Petr spent his childhood. After graduating from comprehensive school, he attended the Mikhail Glinka School of Music for three years 1998-2001, specializing in classical guitar. In 2001 P ...

                                               

Brigid McCole

Brigid McCole was born Bridget Ellen Sharkey in Bunawack, Glenties, County Donegal on 21 June 1942. Her parents were John, labourer, and Ellen Sharkey nee McCole. She lived in County Donegal her whole life. On 14 August 1968 she married Brian "Br ...

                                               

Elias Bowie

Elias Bowie was an American professional stock car racing driver. He is credited as being the first African-American to start a top-level NASCAR race, doing so in 1955 at Bay Meadows Speedway.

                                               

Garlicks

Garlicks was a department store chain in South Africa. John Garlick started his first store on May 3, 1875, on the corner Bree and Strand Streets, in the central business district of Cape Town. In the 1880s, Garlick expanded with branches in the ...

                                               

1958 Illinois elections

In the primary election, 1.594.388 ballots were cast 831.502 Democratic and 762.886 Republican. In the general election, turnout was 67.72% with 3.427.278 ballots cast.

                                               

Bill Kinkade

In 2012, former 52nd district representative Tommy L. Wood resigned, and a special election was held to replace him. Kinkade ran against Jeremy Bryan and Van Wicker; no candidate won a majority, and Kinkade and Bryan advanced to a runoff, which K ...

                                               

Elizabeth Wragg Manigault

Elizabeth Wragg Manigault was a prominent figure of colonial South Carolinian society. She was the wife of Peter Manigault, who served as Speaker of the South Carolina House of Representatives and was one of the wealthiest people in British North ...

                                               

Neshaminy

Neshaminy may refer to: Neshaminy Falls, Pennsylvania Neshaminy State Park, a landmark in Bensalem, Pennsylvania Neshaminy screw frigate, a warship built by the U.S. Navy in 1865 but never commissioned or placed in service, renamed Arizona and th ...

                                               

Yinka Faleti

Yinka Faleti is a Nigerian-American candidate for Missouri Secretary of State and United States Army veteran. He graduated with a Bachelors degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point and with a JD from Washington University Scho ...

                                               

Helga Landauer

Helga Landauer is a Russian director, writer and poet, based in New York City. She is best known for her work on the documentaries A Film About Anna Akhmatova and A Journey of Dmitry Shostakovich and wrote the screenplay for Crystal Swan.

                                               

Khan Abul Kalam Azad

Khan Abul Kalam Azad is a Bangladeshi physician and academic. He is an internist. He is the 40th principal of Dhaka Medical College. and past president of Bangladesh Society of Medicine.

                                               

Victoria Valley, Tasmania

Victoria Valley is a rural locality in the local government area of Central Highlands in the Central region of Tasmania. It is located about 40 kilometres north-west of the town of Hamilton. The 2016 census determined a population of 11 for the s ...

                                               

Acronychia eungellensis

Acronychia eungellensis, commonly known as Eungella aspen, is a species of small rainforest tree that is endemic to a restricted area in east-central Queensland. It has simple, elliptic leaves on cylindrical stems, flowers in small groups in leaf ...

                                               

Asterolasia correifolia

Asterolasia correifolia is a species of erect shrub that is endemic to eastern Australia. It has white to brown star-shaped hairs on its stems, lance-shaped to elliptical leaves densely covered with white star-shaped hairs on the lower surface, a ...

                                               

Waipapakauri

Waipapakauri is a small settlement in the Far North District of New Zealand. It is located on State Highway 1 at the isthmus of the Aupouri Peninsula. The larger settlement of Awanui lies to the southeast. Waipapakauri is some 12 kilometres to th ...

                                               

Gesellius, Lindgren, Saarinen

Gesellius, Lindgren, Saarinen was a Finnish architecture firm, founded in Helsinki in 1896 by architects Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen. They achieved international recognition with their design for the Finnish pavilion at th ...

                                               

Giulia Ammannati

Giulia Ammannati was best known as a mother of Galileo Galilei. She was a member of a prosperous family, her ancestor Iacopo Ammannati was the Secretary of Pope Pius II.

                                               

Blashford Lakes

Blashford Lakes is a 159-hectare nature reserve north of Ringwood in Hampshire. It is managed by the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust. It is part of the River Avon System Nature Conservation Review site, Grade I, Avon Valley Ramsar site ...

                                               

Santa Maria Ship & Museum

The Santa Maria Ship & Museum was a museum ship in downtown Columbus, Ohio. The craft was a full-size replica of the Santa Maria, one of three ships Christopher Columbus used in his first voyage to the Americas. The ship was displayed in Columbus ...

                                               

Williams Conservatory

The Williams Conservatory is located in Laramie, Wyoming at campus of the University of Wyoming. It opened in 1994. The main greenhouse is filled with exotic plants from various climates and biomes. The Conservatory is open daily for public and i ...

                                               

Akselos

Akselos is a Swiss company which provides an engineering simulation platform based on reduced-basis finite-element analysis. The platform is used to create digital twins of energy infrastructures, in order to improve their design, maintenance, re ...

                                               

The White Horse (Constable)

The White Horse is an oil on canvas landscape painting by the English artist John Constable. It was completed in 1819 and is currently housed in the Frick Collection in New York City. The painting marked a vital turning point in the artists caree ...

                                               

Mount David (Washington)

Mount David is a prominent 7.420-foot mountain summit located in Chelan County of Washington state. The mountain is situated in the Glacier Peak Wilderness, on land managed by the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Mount David is the highest poi ...

                                               

Mount Fernow (King County, Washington)

Mount Fernow is a 6.190-foot mountain summit located 6.5 mi northeast of Skykomish, in eastern King County of Washington state.

                                               

Rock Mountain (Washington state)

Rock Mountain is a 6.840+ ft mountain summit located 6.3 mi northeast of Stevens Pass in Chelan County of Washington state. This peak is situated north of U.S. Highway 2, approximately midway between Stevens Pass and Lake Wenatchee, on land manag ...

                                               

Mount Saul

Mount Saul is a prominent 7.293-foot mountain summit located in Chelan County of Washington state. The mountain is situated in the Glacier Peak Wilderness, on land managed by the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Mount Saul is the fourth-highes ...

                                               

Mount Howard (Washington)

Mount Howard is a prominent 7.063 feet mountain summit located west of Lake Wenatchee in Chelan County of Washington state. Mount Howard is the highest point of Nason Ridge, and is 1.37 mi northeast of Rock Mountain, which is second-highest. This ...

                                               

Vijayawada–Lingampalli Intercity Express

The Lingampalli–Vijayawada Intercity Express is a superfast train that runs from the capital of Telangana & the Present capital of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad and the Vijayawada which is a Second Biggest city and lies near the Future capital of And ...

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