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Colette Otusheso

Colette Otusheso is marketing and communication consultant. She is the head of online television platform Accelerate TV and was named in the list of Top 50 leading ladies in corporate Nigeria by Leading Ladies Africa.

Senyora Santibañez

Senyora Santibañez is an exploitable image macro and Photoshop depicting the main antagonist in the Mexican telenovela Marimar and actor Chantal Andere as a snobbish and stereotypically arrogant plantation owner. It became a meme and social media ...

Francis Alonso

Francisco Fernando Alonso Martinez is a Spanish professional basketball player for Liberbank Oviedo Baloncesto of the LEB Oro, on loan from Unicaja Malaga. He played college basketball for the UNC Greensboro Spartans.

Chek

Chek or CHEK may refer to: Chek unit, a traditional Chinese unit of length Chek brand, soft drink brand of Winn-Dixie CHEK-DT, a TV station in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada chek, the Hong Kong English spelling of "尺", the Hong Kong foot uni ...

Burra Katha (film)

Burra Katha is a 2019 Telugu, comedy fiction film, produced by Srikanth Deepala, Kishore, M.V.Kiran Reddy on Deepala Arts & Tough Ened Studios banner and directed by Diamond Ratna Babu. It stars Aadi Saikumar, Mishti Chakraborty, Rajendra Prasad ...

Staley

Staley, North Carolina At Stalybridge, Greater Manchester, England, the mediaeval manor of Staley which forms part of the town Staley, Colorado Springs Staley, California

Patrick Humphrey

Professor Patrick Humphrey OBE DSc PhD HonFBPhS is a pharmacologist born in South Africa and raised and educated in Britain. He was instrumental in the discovery of the triptans, a group of 5-HT 1B and 5-HT 1D agonists used to stop single instanc ...

Rockhampton (disambiguation)

Rockhampton is a city in Queensland, Australia. Rockhampton may also refer to related topics: Electoral district of Rockhampton North, Queensland, Australia Rockhampton Airport, an airport serving Rockhampton, Queensland Rockhampton Region, the l ...

Odda (disambiguation)

Odda Church, a church in the town of Odda in Norway Odda, a municipality in Hordaland county, Norway Odda town, a town in Odda municipality, Hordaland county, Norway Oddas Chapel, a surviving Anglo-Saxon church at Deerhurst in Gloucestershire, En ...

Nokia Talkman 620

Select characters during conversation Set the block level Clear Display Check the remaining battery Selection of country code Duration of the call Memory Last number redial Multi-part transmission in the NMT system Transfer call to another handse ...

Daihatsu Hi-Line

The Daihatsu Hi-Line/F series is a series of bonnet trucks, manufactured and sold from 1960 to 1972. This truck series was competed with Toyota Stout, Nissan Junior, Hino Briska or Mazda B series. Released first in 1960, available in two models, ...

List of Daihatsu concept vehicles

This is a list of concept vehicles by Japanese carmaker Daihatsu, a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Company. Copen Robe Shooting Brake 2016 D-Compact 4x4 2005 Daihatsu Mud Master-C 2007 HVS 2005 Noriori 2015 SUV 2014 Copen SARD Special 2003 BCX-M 1979 ...

EV-1

General Motors EV1, an electric car introduced in 1996 and discontinued in 1999 Kawei EV1, a Chinese electric SUV Saab EV-1, developed by Saab in 1985 as a future design study Daihatsu EV1, a concept car for the 1973 Tokyo Motor Show

Flower (GFriend song)

Flower is a song recorded by South Korean girl group GFriend. It was released by King Records on March 12, 2019, as their third Japanese single. It was later included in their debut Japanese studio album Fallin Light.

Joy Home Mix

Joy Home Mix is a non-stop remix album released by Lead on May 6, 2020. It was released digitally through various music sites. This became the first solo remix album released by Lead, whereas the album buddies had been a participation album with ...

Shūmatsu no Valkyrie

Shūmatsu no Valkyrie is a Japanese manga series written by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui and illustrated by Ajichika. It began in Tokuma Shotens seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Zenon in November 2017.

25th Anniversary Tour "On the Wing" in Tokyo

25th Anniversary Tour "On the Wing" in Tokyo is a live video by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on April 15, 2009 by Meldac/Tokuma Japan on DVD. The video was recorded live on December 7, 2008 at the C.C. Lemon Hall as the final ...

Inclination III

Inclination III is a compilation album by Japanese singer/songwrither Mari Hamada, released on August 7, 2013 by Meldac/Tokuma Japan to commemorate the 30th anniversary of her music career. The album compiles her singles and select tracks from 20 ...

Mari Hamada Live Tour 2016 "Mission"

Mari Hamada Live Tour 2016 "Mission" is a live video by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on February 22, 2017 by Meldac/Tokuma Japan. Recorded live on July 18, 2016 at the Tokyo International Forum Hall A as the final show of Hama ...

30th Anniversary Mari Hamada Live Tour -Special-

30th Anniversary Mari Hamada Live Tour -Special- is a live video by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on January 7, 2015, by Meldac/Tokuma Japan. Recorded live on April 27, 2014, at the Tokyo International Forum Hall A as the final ...

Misty Lady

Misty Lady is the third studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on June 21, 1984 by Invitation. It is the first album to have Hamada credited as a songwriter and co-producer. The album was reissued alongside Hamadas past ...

Mari Hamada 35th Anniversary Live "Gracia" at Budokan

Mari Hamada 35th Anniversary Live "Gracia" at Budokan is a live video by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on December 18, 2019 by Victor Entertainment. Recorded live on April 19, 2019 as the final show of Hamadas 35th anniversary ...

Blood New

BLOOD NEW is a remix album by the Japanese duo Pink Lady, released by Victor Entertainment on December 1, 1987 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the duos first 10 singles. The album features English-language versions of the songs "Pepper Kei ...

Promise in the History

Promise in the History is the sixth studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on September 5, 1986 by Invitation. The album was reissued alongside Hamadas past releases on January 15, 2014.

Blue Revolution (album)

Blue Revolution is the fifth studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on December 21, 1985 by Invitation. It is Hamadas first album to generate a single. Like the previous release Rainbow Dream, Blue Revolution includes tw ...

In the Precious Age

In the Precious Age is the seventh studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on September 1, 1987 by Invitation. Produced by Mike Clink, it is Hamadas first album to be recorded outside Japan. It features collaborations wit ...

Return to Myself

Return to Myself is the ninth studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on June 7, 1989 by Invitation. It is Hamadas second album to be produced by Greg Edward, and it features contributions by Chicago members Bill Champlin ...

Allan Jenkins

Alan, Allan or Allen Jenkins may refer to: Allan Jenkins journalist, writer for the British Observer Sunday newspaper Allen Jenkins 1900–1974, American character actor Alan Jenkins poet born 1955, British poet; winner of the 1994 Forward Poetry P ...

Cline

Cline hydrology, a fluid layer with a property that varies Cline mathematics or generalised circle, a circle or straight line in inverse geometry Cline of instantiation, a concept in systemic functional linguistics Cline biology, a measurable gra ...

T80

T80 or T-80 may refer to: Canon T80, a 1985 35mm SLR camera T-80 tank, a Soviet Union main battle tank Route T80, a T-Way bus service operated by Transit Systems Sydney Pir Panjal Railway Tunnel, also known as T-80. Mercedes-Benz T80, a vehicle d ...

Mack MD

The Mack MD is a series of medium duty trucks to be built by Mack Trucks. It has a short, low-profile hood and a high-visibility cab. It is designed as straight trucks for local delivery, construction, and other vocational jobs. Introduced in Feb ...

CXP

CXP may refer to: Tunggul Wulung Airport, an airport in Central Java with the IATA airport code CXP CoaXPress, a high speed serial data interface over coaxial cable Xtra Airways, a charter airline with the ICAO airline designator CXP Carson Airpo ...

Model B

Wright Model B, an early pusher airplane Chu Hummingbird Model B, an experimental helicopter Funk Model B, a 1930s two-seat cabin monoplane Gee Bee Model B, a sports aircraft

Money Talks

Money Talks 1997 film, comedy film directed by Brett Ratner and starring Chris Tucker and Charlie Sheen Money Talks 1932 film, British film by Norman Lee "Money Talks", an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 "Money Talks" SpongeBob SquarePant ...

Banian

Banian may refer to: Banyan clothing Banian, Guinea Banyan tree Banyan merchants Banian, Iran disambiguation Banian, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan Baniyan - an under-shirt or vest, primarily an Indian expression in Hindi and Malayalam languages. I ...

Agua Dulce

Agua Dulce, Nueces County, Texas Agua Dulce, California Agua Dulce, El Paso County, Texas

Christophe Hardiquest

Christophe Hardiquest, born on 20 October 1975 in Waremme, is a Belgian Chef. He is the chef of the restaurant Bon in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre Brussels, with two stars in the Michelin Guide and five toques in the Gault Millau.

Bueno

Pimenta Bueno River, a river in Brazil Rio Bueno Jamaica, a river Rio Bueno, Chile, a city and commune Bueno Brandão, a municipality in Brazil Pimenta Bueno, a municipality in Brazil Bueno River, in Chile Rio Bueno, Jamaica, a settlement

Cannabis cookbook

A cannabis cookbook is a cookbook for preparing cannabis edibles, often in the form of a baking guide. According to The New York Times, baking recipes are popular because dosing is easier to control in batter-based dishes or chocolate". Such cook ...

Digest

Digest may refer to: In biology: Restriction digest Digestion of food In literature or publication: The Digest, formerly the English and Empire Digest Digest Roman law, also known as Pandects, a digest of Roman law Digest size magazine format In ...

Gwenddydd

Gwenddydd, also known as Gwendydd and Ganieda, is a character from Welsh legend. She first appears in the early Welsh Myrddin poems and in the 12th-century Latin Vita Merlini by Geoffrey of Monmouth, where she is represented as being a figure in ...

The Cartford Inn

The Cartford Inn is a public house and boutique hotel in Little Eccleston-with-Larbreck, Lancashire, England. It stands on the southern banks of the River Wyre, just off the Cartford Bridge, one of the few remaining toll bridges in the United Kin ...

Canoe (disambiguation)

A canoe is a light narrow boat, pointed at both ends, propelled with a paddle. Canoe may also refer to: Canadian canoe Kayak in the United Kingdom Canoeing, a paddle sport

Marys Kitchen Crush

Marys Kitchen Crush is a Canadian cooking television series, which premiered on CTV in 2019. Hosted by Mary Berg, the third season winner of MasterChef Canada, the half-hour weekly series features Berg preparing her own original recipes inspired ...

Cheddar

Cheddar Reservoir, an artificial water reservoir Cheddar Man, the 7150 years old remains of a human male found in Cheddar Gorge Cheddar Complex, a biological site of special scientific interest Cheddar Wood, a site of special scientific interest ...

McLean (disambiguation)

Australia Maclean Island, Tasmania Maclean, New South Wales Canada McLean Island Nunavut McLean, Saskatchewan United States McLean, Virginia McLean, Ohio McLean, Nebraska McLean, Illinois McLean, Texas McLean WMATA station, a Washington Metro sta ...

Indigo (restaurant)

Indigo was a restaurant founded by the Indian chef Rahul Akerkar in 1999 in Mumbai, India, which was located in a restored colonial bungalow behind the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. The restaurant gained iconic status as it was one of the first standal ...

Michel Sarran

Michel Sarran, born on 18 April 1961, in Nogaro, in Gers, is a chef from Toulouse whose restaurant, which bears his name, has been awarded two Michelin stars. He has been one of the jurors of the Top Chef programme on M6 since season 6, broadcast ...

Douce Steiner

Douce Steiner is a German chef. She holds two Michelin stars since 2012. Steiner grew up in her parents hotel and restaurant "Hirschen" in the small town Sulzburg in South-Western Germany. After training as a chef in her fathers business, she con ...

Hotel garni

An hotel garni is an hotel that offers accommodation, breakfast, drinks and, at most, snacks, but not the classical hotel restaurant. It is similar to a bed and breakfast but is designed and run as an hotel, not a private residence. The term is c ...