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Jimmy Ryan

Jimmy Ryan footballer, born 1945, English football player Jimmy Ryan baseball 1863–1923, American baseball player Jimmy Ryan Australian footballer 1879–1954, for Collingwood Jimmy Ryan footballer, born 1988, English footballer with Fleetwood Town ...

                                               

Nirvana (2008 film)

The film tells about a girl Alisa going to St. Petersburg. Her neighbor is a nightclub bartender, living with her boyfriend and not trusting anyone. And suddenly she is left alone and realizes that Alisa is the only person who can be trusted.

                                               

Penguin (film)

Penguin is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language mystery thriller film directed by Eshavar Karthic and produced by Karthik Subbaraj. The film stars Keerthy Suresh as a pregnant woman. It is scheduled to release on 19 June 2020 on Prime Video.

                                               

Aasmaan Se Gira

Aasmaan Se Gira is an Indian Hindi-language childrens film written and directed by Pankaj Parashar, released on 04 September, 1992. The film featured Raghubir Yadav, Abhishek Chitlangia, Rakesh Shrivastava, Sunil Ranade, Kurush Deboo, Amjad Khan ...

                                               

Manal (album)

Manal is the first album of Argentine blues rock band of the same name, released by Mandioca in 1970. This was the only album of the band issued by Mandioca, the independent label created by producer Jorge Alvarez. Their second LP El leon was put ...

                                               

Didnt I (OneRepublic song)

Didnt I is a song by American band OneRepublic, released as the third single from their upcoming fifth studio album Human through Interscope Records on March 13, 2020. It was co-written by frontman Ryan Tedder with bassist Brent Kutzle, Zach Skel ...

                                               

Richard Morris (songwriter)

In early 1960 Morris, Janie Bradford and Robert Bateman heard The Primettes audition for Motown Records. Label owner Berry Gordy Jr. declined to sign the group at that time, and Morris approached them with an offer to record them on another label ...

                                               

Love Never Turns Against

Love Never Turns Against is the eighth studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on June 21, 1988 by Invitation. Produced by Greg Edward, it is Hamadas second album to be recorded in the U.S. It began Hamadas transition fro ...

                                               

Yeti Beats

David A. Sprecher is an American record producer and songwriter known professionally as Yeti Beats. In May 2020, he signed an exclusive administration agreement with Warner Chappell Music following the success of Doja Cats singles "Say So", "Juic ...

                                               

Top Winners

Top Winners is a song by British rapper Tinie featuring vocals from British singer-songwriter and rapper Not3s. The song was released as a single on 16 March 2020. The song peaked at number sixty-four on the UK Singles Chart. The song was written ...

                                               

Bella Karoli

Born in Wisconsin, Karoli got an early start on her education. At the age of three, she could pick out the letters of the alphabet on her mother’s typewriter; at five, she was reading" grown up” books. She also exhibited mechanical ability in tha ...

                                               

Lee Evans

Lee Evans may refer to: Lee Evans producer, American music producer, songwriter, musician, audio engineer, and the CEO of JAMBOX Entertainment Lee Evans footballer born 1994, Welsh association football player Lee Latchford-Evans born 1975, musici ...

                                               

Kadhal Solla Aasai

Kadhal Solla Aasai is a 2014 Tamil language romantic drama film directed by K.S. Tamil Seenu. The film stars Ashok, Wasna Ahmed, Madhu Raghuram, and Ravi Raghavendra in the lead roles with Rajendran in a negative role.

                                               

Davidge (surname)

Notable persons with the surname Davidge include: Guy Davidge 1878–1956, English cricketer George Davidge fl. 1924, English rugby union and rugby league footballer William Pleater Davidge 1814–1888, English comedian Graham Davidge fl. 1975–presen ...

                                               

Higher and Higher

Higher and Higher German Ich - Ein Groupie, de 1970 German film directed Erwin C. Dietrich, with Ingrid Steeger Higher and Higher film, a 1943 film adaptation of the musical

                                               

The Last Song (Brian Wilson song)

The Last Song is a song written by Brian Wilson and Joe Thomas and is the closing track of Wilsons 2015 album No Pier Pressure. The song was originally planned to feature Lana del Rey, though she eventually backed out, leaving Wilson to perform t ...

                                               

Lynn Anderson singles discography

The singles discography of American country music artist Lynn Anderson contains 72 singles, three promotional singles, one charting B-side, two music videos and nine other song appearances. She signed her first recording contract with Chart Recor ...

                                               

Bomarzo (disambiguation)

Gardens of Bomarzo, a garden in Bomarzo Bomarzo, a town and comune of the province of Viterbo, Italy the former Roman Catholic Diocese of Bomarzo, now a Catholic titular see

                                               

Peter Messaline

Peter Messaline was an English-Canadian actor. Born in London, he attended Queen Mary College, London University, where he read Physics and Geography. His first TV job was voicing the Daleks in the 1972 Doctor Who serial Day of the Daleks. Unfort ...

                                               

The Importance of Being Earnest (disambiguation)

The Importance of Being Ernest, a 1959 album by Ernest Tubb The Importance of Being Earnest opera, an opera by Irish composer Gerald Barry, premiered in Los Angeles in 2011

                                               

Michael Cormick

Michael Cormick is an Australian singer and actor, best known for performances in musical theatre in Australia and in the United Kingdom. In Australia, his roles have included the Beast in the original Australian production of Beauty and the Beas ...

                                               

Yoshi Flower

Joshua Smith, known professionally as Yoshi Flower, is an American singer, songwriter and record producer who is signed to Interscope Records.

                                               

Rarities

Rarities may refer to: Rarities Jean Michel Jarre album, a 1994 album by Jean Michel Jarre Rarities 1978 The Beatles album, released in the UK Rarities Black n Blue album, 2007 Rarities Indigo Girls album, a 2005 album by the Indigo Girls Raritie ...

                                               

Lilies of the Field

Lilies of the Field is a phrase used in Matthew 6:28 in the Bible. It may also refer to: The Lilies of the Field novel by William Edmund Barrett Look to the Lilies a musical stage adaption Lilies of the Field 1963 film, a film adaption of the nov ...

                                               

Dead Inside

"Dead Inside", a song by rapper XXXTentacion from his album 17 Dead Inside album, a 1996 album by American musical group The Golden Palominos "Dead Inside", a song by Widescreen Mode from their album Until the End "Dead Inside" song, a 2015 singl ...

                                               

Aubrey (disambiguation)

United States Fort Aubrey, Hamilton County, Kansas Aubrey Peak Hualapai Mountains, Hualapai Mountains, Arizona Aubrey Cliffs, at Aubrey and Prospect Valleys, south of west Grand Canyon, Arizona Aubrey Valley, Mohave County, Arizona Aubrey, Alaska ...

                                               

Live in the Moment

Live.in the Moment, a 2007 live album by Vic Juris Live.in the Moment, a 2016 live album by Gang of Four Live in the Moment album, a 2017 Cantonese-language studio album by Gin Lee

                                               

Lucky number (disambiguation)

Lucky Numbers, a 2000 comedy film Lucky Numbers TV series, a British game show Lucky Number, a 2015 film Lucky Number, an animated cartoon short film featuring Donald Duck

                                               

Sad Cafe (album)

Sad Cafe is the fourth studio album by English rock band Sad Cafe, released in October 1980 by RCA Records. In the UK, two singles were released, "La-Di-Da" and "Im in Love Again" both of which charted on the UK Singles Chart. On some editions of ...

                                               

Come and Get Yourself Some

Come and Get Yourself Some is an album by Leon Haywood recorded in 1975 and released on 20th Century Records. The album reached No. 21 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart.

                                               

All You Need Is Love (disambiguation)

All You Need Is Love is a song by The Beatles. All You Need Is Love may also refer to: "ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE", a track from the 2015 album Fake Metal Jacket by idol group BiSH All You Need Is Love Nat Sakdatorn EP All You Need Is Love film, a 201 ...

                                               

Love Is in the Air

Love Is in the Air 2005 film, a French film starring Marion Cotillard Love Is in the Air 2011 film, a Danish film Love is in the air, a 2003 TV series from Australian Broadcast Corporation, see List of programs broadcast by ABC Television "Love I ...

                                               

John Keenoy

John Keenoy is an American football center for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League. He played college football at Western Michigan.

                                               

Out of My Head (Charli XCX song)

Out of My Head is a song by English singer and songwriter Charli XCX, and Swedish singer Tove Lo, and Finnish singer ALMA, released as the lead single from her fourth mixtape Pop 2 on 8 December 2017 by Asylum Records and Atlantic.

                                               

Dima Slobodeniouk

Dima Slobodeniouk Slobodeniouk, 1975) is a Russian conductor. He is music director of Orquesta Sinfonica de Galicia and Lahti Symphony Orchestra.

                                               

Aspremont

Aspremont is the name of 2 communes in France: Aspremont, Alpes-Maritimes, in the Alpes-Maritimes department Aspremont, Hautes-Alpes, in the Hautes-Alpes department

                                               

Les Frangines

Les Frangines are a French musical duo composed of female singers and guitarists Anne Coste and Jacinthe Madelin. Their sound can be described as acoustic pop-folk.

                                               

I Walk Alone (disambiguation)

"I Walk Alone", a 2008 song on I Walk Among You by Iced Earth "I Walk Alone" Cher song, a 2013 song by Cher from Closer to the Truth. "I Walk Alone", a song by Saliva on the 2006 WWE Wreckless Intent compilation album, as Batistas entrance theme. ...

                                               

Strongman (Ghanaian Rapper)

Osei Kwaku Vincent also known as Strongman or Strongman Burner or Strong Gee is a Ghanaian rapper.He was recognized for winning the maiden edition of the Next Big Thing in GH Rap music which was a rap competition in Ghana

                                               

Pyrrhic (disambiguation)

A pyrrhic is a metrical foot used in formal poetry. Pyrrhic may also refer to: Pyrrhic Victory album, 2006 album by Intwine Pyrrhic victory, a victory at devastating cost Senses qualifying uses of "victory" Pyrrhic Victories, a short story by Mat ...

                                               

Tit Bud

Noble Tit Bud de Budfalva was an Imperial Austrian-born Romanian Greek Catholic priest, author, folklorist, translator, historian, aristocrat, vicar of Maramureș, director of the Boarding school of Sighet, vice-president of the "Association for t ...

                                               

Bahr el-Ghazal

Bahr el Gazel Department, former name of the region Bahr el Gazel region of Chad, an administrative region of Chad Bahr el Gazel Sud, a department in the region Bahr el-Ghazal wadi in Chad, a dry riverbed in central Chad Bahr el Gazel Nord, a dep ...

                                               

Gold medal (disambiguation)

Gold medals are the highest medal awarded for highest achievement in may fields. Gold medal also may refer to: Gold medal awards, list of medals called "Gold Medal" Gold Medal RGS, Royal Geographical Society Gold Medal Gold Medal National Eistedd ...

                                               

Suhas

Suhas started acting with the Telugu Youtube channel Chai Bisket’ and has acted in several short films including The Athidhi by Sandeep Raj and Kalakaarudu. He made his film debut with Padi Leche Manasu 2018 and has played supporting roles in sev ...

                                               

Adhugo

Adhugo is an Indian Telugu-language fantasy comedy movie written and directed by Ravi Babu. Starring Nabha Natesh, Rakesh Rachakonda, Abhishek Varma. The film follows a piglet named Bunty as the protagonist. It is Indias first film featuring a li ...

                                               

Holi (2002 film)

R. P. Patnaik composed eights songs for the film. Aadapillalu - KK, Kavita Krishnamurthy Nee Manasu - R. P. Patnaik, Sadhana Sargam Chamaku Chamak - Suneeta Rao O Cheliya - KK, Sadhana Sargam Priyathama - S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, K. S. Chithra Chi ...

                                               

Sagra

Sagra may refer to: Sagra, Russia, a rural locality a settlement in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia Sagra, Uttar Pradesh, a village in Domariaganj, Uttar Pradesh, India Sagra genus, a genus of beetles The Sagra del gelato ice-cream festival held in Mas ...

                                               

Mother Teresa Mission Higher Secondary School

Mother Teresa Mission Higher Secondary School is a co-education School, both for boys and girls in India.The Principal of the School is Dr. Veena Silas. The School has its two branch in Kanpur. Koyla Nagar Branch and Kidwai Nagar Branch. It was e ...

                                               

Kings Hall

Kings Hall or Kings Hall may refer to: Kings Hall School, a co-educational prep school located in Somerset Kings Hall, Manchester, a former venue in Manchester, England Kings Hall, Aberystwyth, a concert hall in Wales Kings Hall, Cambridge, a for ...

                                               

Nave (disambiguation)

France Naves-Parmelan, a commune in the Haute-Savoie department Naves, Nord, a commune in the Nord department Nave River, a river in Pas-de-Calais, France Naves, Allier, a commune in the Allier department Naves, Tarn, a commune in the Tarn depart ...