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Garowe Online

Garowe Online is an independent bilingual news website founded in 2004 and is owned by Garowe News Group, which also owns Radio Garowe. The organisation is based in Garowe, the capital of Puntland state of Somalia. The site mainly provides news a ...

Battle of Baure

On the morning of 14 June at approximately 5.45am a group of al-Shabaab militants attacked the Kenyan army base. After a short engagement on the perimeter of the base the attack was repulsed, leaving 11 Al-Shabaab fighters and 2 Kenyan soldiers d ...

Giorgio Marincola

Giorgio Marincola was a Somali-Italian partisan who was killed in the last days of the Second World War. He is believed to be the only Afro-Italian to have earned the Gold Medal of Military Valour, Italys second highest military award for gallantry.

KIRO

KIRO may refer to: KKWF, a radio station 100.7 FM licensed to Seattle, Washington, United States, which used the call sign KIRO-FM from September 1992 to May 1999 KIRO-FM, a radio station 97.3 FM licensed to Tacoma, Washington, United States KIRO ...

Siri (disambiguation)

Siri is a speech recognition and intelligent personal assistant application developed by Apple Inc. for its iOS operating system. Siri or SIRI may also refer to:

James Hawkins

James Hawkins may refer to: Jim Hawkins politician born 1949, American politician Jimmy Hawkins born 1941, American actor and film producer Jim Hawkins character, a fictional character in Robert Louis Stevensons novel Treasure Island Jim Hawkins ...

RUC

RUC may refer to: Renmin University of China, Beijing Rapid Update Cycle, an atmospheric prediction system Roskilde University or Roskilde Universitetscenter Royal Ulster Constabulary, the police force in Northern Ireland from 1922 to 2001 Road U ...

CBV

CBV may refer to: Call by value evaluation CBV, a file extension used for ChessBase Archive files CBV, a chemotherapy regimen the letters each denoting a different drug Chillon–Byron–Villeneuve tramway, a former tramway in the Swiss canton of Vau ...

Pearl of the Orient

Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Pearl of the Orient Seas, the historical and romantic title for the Philippines. Shanghai, the most populous city of China. Saigon, the capital of former South Vietnam and also the most populous city of Vie ...

Tay

Tày language Tay name, including lists of people with the given name, surname and nickname Tay people, an ethnic group of Vietnam TAY singer, Portuguese singer Tiago Amaral born 1999

The Cage

The Cage Abraham book, a 2002 Vietnam War memoir by Tom Abraham The Cage Sender book, a 1986 Holocaust memoir by Ruth Minsky Sender The Cage Weiss book, a 2011 book about the final stages of the Sri Lankan Civil War by Gordon Weiss

MBN

Moody Radio Moody Broadcasting Network, radio network in the United States aimed at a Christian audience Mutual Black Network, radio network in the United States aimed at an African American audience Maeil Broadcasting Network, cable TV network i ...

Ridgeway

Wessex Ridgeway, an extension of the Ridgeway Path to the south west Ridgeway London, a 19th-century path running along central and southeast London The Ridgeway, an ancient track in southern England, which now forms part of the Ridgeway Path or ...

CBU

CBU may refer to: Universities Chungbuk National University, in Cheongju, South Korea California Baptist University, in Riverside, California Cape Breton University, in Sydney, Nova Scotia Christian Brothers University, in Memphis, Tennessee Copp ...

ACSA

Association of Cardiothoracic Surgical Assistants, representing surgical assistants in cardiothoracics American CueSports Alliance, although their official acronym is simply "ACS" Anvil City Science Academy, a school in Alaska, US Anglican Church ...

Doja Cat discography

American singer, rapper and songwriter Doja Cat has released two studio albums, one extended play, 17 singles, 10 music videos and two promotional singles. Following several SoundCloud uploads as a teenager, Doja Cat self-released her debut singl ...

Porn star (disambiguation)

Porn Star, Porn star or Pornstar may refer to: Porn Stars album, an album by Pretty Boy Floyd Pornographic film actor, male or female actor in pornographic films , a Japanese film Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy, a 2001 documentary, written a ...

Services Union

The Services Union is a trade union representing white collar workers in Denmark. The union was founded in 1911 as the Union of Insurance Officers, and affiliated to the Danish Confederation of Trade Unions LO. In time, workers from other industr ...

PROSA

The union was founded on 15 February 1967, by about 25 progammers and systems analysts at Scandinavian Airlines SAS, its name loosely standing for "Programs and Systems Analysts Association in SAS". It quickly concluded an agreement with SAS. The ...

Danish Artist Union

The Danish Artist Union is a trade union representing variety performers and musicians in Denmark. The International Artist Lodge was established in 1901, but ceased to function during World War I. In 1918, 25 artists met at the Cafe National in ...

Cam discography

The discography of American country artist Cam contains 2 studio albums, 1 extended play, 11 singles, 4 music videos and 2 additional album appearances. Under her birth name, "Camaron Ochs", she released her debut studio album, Heartforward, in 2 ...

Nicole Aniston

Ashley Nicole Miller known as Nicole Aniston is an American pornographic actress, model, exotic dancer and actress. In 2013 Aniston was Playboys Playmate of the Year.

Perspective (2019 film)

Perspective is an adult romance drama directed by Bree Mills. The film was edited into two versions an R-Rated film available for digital download, stream or DVD purchase. As well as an uncut pornography style film available for digital and hard ...

Katias Sister

Katias Sister is a 2008 film directed by Mijke de Jong. It was adapted by Jan Eilander and Jolien Laarman from a 2001 novel written by Andres Barba. The film premiered at the Netherlands Film Festival and won two Golden Calf awards.

The Bear (company)

The Bear is an American production company and creative studio based in Austin, Texas. It was founded in 2007 by directors Ben Steinbauer and Berndt Mader. The company has produced feature films and narrative and documentary short films.

Beverly Hills Cop II (soundtrack)

Beverly Hills Cop II is the soundtrack to Tony Scotts 1987 action comedy film Beverly Hills Cop II. It was released in 1987 through MCA Records. Composed of eleven songs, production was handled by Andre Cymone, Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey, Geor ...

Man Out of Time

Man Out of Time is a song written by new wave musician Elvis Costello and performed by Elvis Costello and the Attractions on their 1982 album, Imperial Bedroom. With lyrics detailing a political scandal, "Man Out of Time" features a lush arrangem ...

List of people from Palm Beach, Florida

Alexander Kirkland – Actor Mary Hartline – Actress and model Ellen Barkin – Actress Brett King – Actor who later opened Coral Sands Hotel in the Bahamas, died in Palm Beach in 1999 Stephanie Seymour – model and actress George Hamilton – Actor Mar ...

LX Xander

LX Xander is a music producer and remixer from the UK. He is also the CEO and founder of Ghostcraft Music. Xander has produced tracks featuring artists such as Royce da 59", Angela Mazzanti and Future, as well as remixing Alien Ant Farm for Cleop ...

Stingray Country

Stingray Country is a Canadian English language unlicenced-Category B television channel owned by Stingray Digital. The channel broadcasts music videos relating to country music.

Harvest Home

Harvest Home may refer to: An abbreviated name for the 1978 television mini-series adapted from the novel, more properly The Dark Secret of Harvest Home Harvest Home novel, a 1973 horror novel by Tom Tryon Harvest Home Hilda Vaughan novel, a 1936 ...

MCTV

MCTV is an acronym used to represent these unrelated television stations: MCTV Matt Crossman TV, President of ANB/ NBEMS video messaging two way communications tool for employees. MCTV 26, a cable television station owned and operated by Mercer C ...

Charles Grey

Charles Gossage Grey 1894–1987, American World War I flying ace Sir Charles Edward Grey 1785–1865, British Member of Parliament for Tynemouth and North Shields, then Governor of Barbados, 1841–1846 Charles Grey British Army officer 1804–1870, Bri ...

Jamestown

Jamestown, Missouri Jamestown, Oklahoma Jamestown, Colorado Jamestown, Kentucky, in Russell County Jamestown, Kentucky, in Campbell County now part of Dayton, Kentucky Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in what is now the ...

Coconut (disambiguation)

"Coconut Tree" song, a 2011 song by Mohombi "Coconut" song, a 1971 novelty song by Harry Nilsson "Coconut", a 1995 song by Raffi from his Raffi Radio album

Ben (disambiguation)

Ben, County Westmeath, a townland in the civil parish of St. Feighins, barony of Fore, County Westmeath, Ireland Ben Nevis, ben being a Gaelic word for "mountain" and commonly used as such in Scotland and to a lesser extent in Ireland Ben, Iran, ...

SVT (disambiguation)

Ampeg SVT, a super valve technology amplifier SVT-40, Samozaryadnaya Vintovka Tokareva, a WW2 semi-automatic rifle DRG Class SVT 877 and DRG Class SVT 137, a series of streamlined diesel trainsets of the former Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft S- ...

Zambezi Magic

Zambezi Magic is a 24-hour African general entertainment channel created by Multichoice for DStv. It is one of M-Nets local interest channels catering for Zimbabwean, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho and Namibian audiences.

Blessing (disambiguation)

Apostolic Blessing, a blessing imparted by the Pope Blessing Roman Catholic Church, a rite by which persons or things are sanctified as dedicated to divine service

Francis Drake (disambiguation)

Sir Francis Drake was an Elizabethan privateer and naval hero. Francis Drake may also refer to: Sir Francis Drake, 1st Baronet 1588–1637, nephew of the naval hero Sir Francis Samuel Drake, 1st Baronet 1729–1789, fourth son of Francis Henry; Briti ...

Wheel of Fortune

The Wheel of Fortune or Rota Fortunae has been a concept and metaphor since ancient times referring to the capricious nature of Fate. Wheel of Fortune may also refer to:

Imagination (disambiguation)

Imagination Games, an Australian company Imagination Technologies, a British company Carnival Imagination, a cruise ship Mercedes-Benz F200 "Imagination", a concept automobile ImagiNation Network, a 1990s online gaming network Imagination! Epcot ...

$ (disambiguation)

United States dollar, used by the United States and several other countries Brazilian real, the currency of Brazil Tongan paanga, the currency of Tonga Dollar, used in many countries The cifrão, a similar symbol, S ‖ {\displaystyle \mathrm {S} \! ...

Seaview

Seaview, Washington Seaview, Clifton beach, a beach in Karachi Seaview, Virginia Seaview, Victoria, Australia, locality in Gippsland, Victoria, Australia Seaview, Isle of Wight, a small village in England Seaview, Lower Hutt, an industrial suburb ...

Love Me or Leave Me

Love Me or Leave Me may refer to: Love Me or Leave Me Doris Day album, an album by Doris Day based on the soundtrack of the 1955 film Love Me or Leave Me 2010 film, a 2010 TV musical film starring Carl Anthony Payne II "Love Me or Leave Me", a so ...

Diamonds in the Rough

"Diamond in the Rough", a song by Alan Menken & Chad Beguelin, from the 2011 musical adaptation of Disneys Aladdin "Diamonds in the Rough", a song by The Carter Family from the album The Original and Great Carter Family Diamond in the Rough album ...

24/7 (American TV program)

24/7 is an American reality television program that follows sportsmen, and sporting organizations, for a period of weeks in the lead-up to a major sporting event. The program premiered with episodes featuring pairs of boxers as they prepare for t ...

Chris Murray

Chris Murray may refer to: Christopher Murray swimmer born 1978, Bahamian swimmer Christopher W. Murray, former United States Ambassador to the Republic of the Congo Chris Murray ice hockey, born 1974, Canadian ice hockey right winger Chris Murra ...

KBO

KBO can refer to: Kuiper belt object Korea Baseball Organization Kosi Bird Observatory, Nepal KBO!, a hardcore punk band from Serbia KBO, Communist League of Austria IATA code of Kabalo Airport, an airport in the Democratic Republic of the Congo ...

Tele

Tele may refer to: Tele Ikuru, Deputy Governor of Rivers State Fender Telecaster, a guitar Tele band, a German rock/pop band Telemarketing Tiele people, an ancient Turkic tribal confederation Telegraphy Lake Tele, Republic of the Congo Tele, Mali ...