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Moe Inya)

Moe was a Burmese writer. She won the Myanmar National Literature Award four times. She is considered one of the most influential Burmese women writers. She wrote 101 short stories and serial novels, 24 full-length novels and 55 articles.

                                               

Lyra (singer)

Lyra grew up in Bandon, Cork. In an interview with Irish Independent, she told of her early love of singing and performing. She has also said that her experiences singing in her church choir and in speech and drama lessons were formational in the ...

                                               

Henry Wilkinson

Henry Wilkinson may refer to: Henry Wilkinson 1616–1690 called "Dean Harry", English philosophy professor and nonconformist Henry Wilkinson 1610–1675 called "Long Harry", English divinity professor and nonconformist Henry Wilkinson cricketer 1877 ...

                                               

Elizabeth Ward

Beth Ward, presenter of quiz show As Schools Match Wits since 2008 Betty Ward born 1944, actress Elizabeth Gracen born 1961, American actress, born Elizabeth Ward, Miss America 1982 Elizabeth Ward actress, American actress in Alone in the Dark

                                               

Abhinavano Rasavichar

Abhinavano Rasavichar is a 1969 Gujarati language collection of critical essays by Indian writer Nagindas Parekh that deals with the theory of Indian poetics. The work won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1970.

                                               

Eckehard Kiem

Eckehard Kiem was a German music theorist, university professor and composer. In his major fields of study he concentrated - in addition to a practical and analytical examination of vocal polyphony in Renaissance music, above all on the work and ...

                                               

An Examined Life

An Examined Life: Essays and Reflections by Karan Singh is a collection of life writings by Karan Singh, the erstwhile prince and son of Maharaja Hari Singh of Dogra dynasty of royal house of Jammu and Kashmir. The book is a collection of 70 year ...

                                               

Kandhamal Literary Festival

The Kandhamal Literary Festival is an annual literary festival held in Phulbani, Odisha, India. The Festival is an Initiative of the Odisha Diary Foundation. It focuses to rekindle the interconnections between nature, culture, and literature and ...

                                               

Teruo Takahashi

Teruo Takahashi is a Japanese professional wrestling referee and writer, as well as an occasional wrestler. He is famous for his career in New Japan Pro Wrestling, where he was also known by his ring name Mr. Takahashi, and for his post-retiremen ...

                                               

Ellie Nesler

Elena Starr Nesler was an American woman known for shooting and killing, in a court room, the man accused of molesting her son. Her case was reported on throughout the United States, and the Associated Press wrote that the incident "sparked a nat ...

                                               

Newberry (disambiguation)

Newberry is a surname. The Newbery Medal is a literary award for childrens books. The Newberry Library is a private research library in Chicago. Newberry may also refer to some places in the United States: Newberry High School Florida Newberry, F ...

                                               

Myrtle Sheldon

Myrtle Sheldon was an American illustrator of children’s books. Sheldon was African-American, and, according to biographic information at the Library of Congress, she was born about 1893. She illustrated many childrens books, some without attribu ...

                                               

Simpson/Joyce Carol Oates Literary Prize

The Simpson/Joyce Carol Oates Literary Prize is an annual award presented by the Simpson Literary Project to recognize mid-career writers of fiction. "Mid-career writer" is defined by the projec as "an author who has published at least two notabl ...

                                               

Brilliance Books

Brilliance Books was a small publisher of gay and lesbian books based in Clerkenwell, London, founded in 1982 with funding from the GLC. It published a range of fiction and non-fiction works including David Wurtzels Thomas Lyster: a Cambridge Nov ...

                                               

Myrrha (disambiguation)

Myrrha is the mother of Adonis in Greek mythology. Myrrha may also refer to: Myrrha Caplet cantata, a cantata by Andre Caplet Libythea myrrha, a butterfly of India Myrrha beetle, a genus of ladybug beetles 381 Myrrha, a very large main-belt aster ...

                                               

History of Burnley F.C.

Burnley Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Burnley, Lancashire. Founded on 18 May 1882, the club was one of the first to become professional, putting pressure on The Football Association to allow professio ...

                                               

Philanthropy of Michael Jackson

Entertainer Michael Jackson is regarded as a prolific philanthropist and humanitarian. Jacksons early charitable work has been described by The Chronicle of Philanthropy as having "paved the way for the current surge in celebrity philanthropy", a ...

                                               

Mark Donaldson (commentator)

In 1995, Donaldson began his professional career working on the radio station, Scot FM. He then moved to Radio Forth to work as a sports editor. Between 2007-2008, Donaldson worked as a drivetime presenter for Talk 107 in Scotland. Donaldson made ...

                                               

Blindboy Boatclub

David Chambers, commonly known as Blindboy Boatclub, is an Irish satirist, musician, podcaster, author, and TV presenter. Boatclub is from Limerick and is best known as one half of the Irish comedy hip-hop group The Rubberbandits, who wear plasti ...

                                               

Skavlan (surname)

Skavlan is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Jenny Skavlan born 1986, Norwegian model, actress, television presenter, and author Aage Skavlan 1847–1920, Norwegian historian Fredrik Skavlan born 1966, Norwegian television host, j ...

                                               

Rygg

Rygg is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Joachim Rygg, Norwegian musician Nicolai Rygg 1872–1957, Norwegian economist Andreas Nilsen Rygg 1868–1951, Norwegian-American journalist, newspaper editor and author Eli Rygg born 1955, ...

                                               

Mount Berge

Mount Berge is a 7.960-foot double-summit granitic mountain located in the Glacier Peak Wilderness of the North Cascades, in Chelan County of Washington state. The mountain is situated along the crest of the Cascade Range, on land managed by Okan ...

                                               

Federal aid during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada

The Government of Canada introduced multiple temporary social security and financial aid programs in response to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada. The initial -billion aid package was announced on March 18, 2020 by Justin T ...

                                               

VMM

Virtual memory, manager Virtual Machine Manager or Virtual Machine Monitor see Hypervisor vmm: a native hypervisor on OpenBSD The RedHat Virtual Machine Manager The Windows 9x Virtual Machine Manager see VMM32 The.vmm file type, used for 3D movie ...

                                               

Idea Cellular

Idea Cellular Limited was an Indian mobile network operator based at Mumbai, Maharashtra. Idea was a pan-India integrated GSM operator and had 220.00 million subscribers as of June 2018.

                                               

Pretty Rhythm: Dear My Future

Pretty Rhythm: Dear My Future is a 2012 Japanese-Korean anime television series by Tatsunoko Production and Avex Pictures in cooperation with Takara Tomy and Syn Sophia, based on the arcade game of the same name. The series is part of the Pretty ...

                                               

Statue of Christopher Columbus (Saint Paul, Minnesota)

A bronze statue of Christopher Columbus was installed on the grounds of the Minnesota State Capitol in Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1931. The 10-foot statue was created by Italian American Carlo Brioschi. In June 2020 American Indian Movement activis ...

                                               

Aarti Tikoo Singh

Aarti Tikoo Singh is a secular Kashmiri Indian journalist, who was born in Jammu and Kashmir and is known for being vocal on the Kashmir conflict. She is an alumnus of University of Jammu and did Masters in International Affairs fromColumbia Univ ...

                                               

John Fane Charles Hamilton

John Fane Charles Hamilton was a British naval officer, after whom the city of Hamilton, New Zealand, is named. A statue of him stood in the centre of Hamilton from 2013 to 2020.

                                               

Mir (television company)

Mir, known formally as the International Television and Radio Company "Mir" is the multinational state television broadcaster, broadcasting programs in Russian and featuring programming from all the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent St ...

                                               

Union of German Book Printers

The Union of German Book Printers was a trade union representing printers in Germany. The Threepenny Strike took place in Leipzig in 1865, with printers striking for higher pay. The action was partially successful, and inspired other strikes acro ...

                                               

Springfield Blanket Makers

The Springfield Blanket Makers were a Minor League Baseball team that played in the Class D Kentucky–Illinois–Tennessee League in 1923. The were located in Springfield, Tennessee. After their scheduled May 15 season opener was rained out, Springf ...

                                               

Oak Ridge Bombers

The Oak Ridge Bombers were a Minor League Baseball team that played in the Class D Mountain States League in 1948. The Bombers were located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and were named for the citys association with the Manhattan Project and the devel ...

                                               

Valley Times

The Valley Times may refer to any of the following newspapers: Beaverton Valley Times named simply The Valley Times from 1962 to 1989, in Beaverton, Oregon, U.S. St. John Valley Times, in Maine, U.S. Dupont Valley Times, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, U ...

                                               

Go Karts (film)

Go Karts, also known as Go!, is a 2019 Australian teen coming-of-age sports drama film directed by Owen Trevor on his feature film directorial debut. The film stars William Lodder, Frances OConnor and Richard Roxburgh in the lead roles. It resemb ...

                                               

Lucullus (TV play)

Lucullus is a 1969 Australian television play. It aired 5 April 1969 in Melbourne and 7 April in Sydney and was produced in Sydney for Easter. It went for 70 minutes and was produced by Robert Allnut from a script by Denys Burrows.

                                               

Kia ora (disambiguation)

Kia-Ora, a brand of concentrated fruit drink developed in Sydney Kia Ora, Queensland, Australia, a locality in the Gympie Region Kia-Ora stud, a Thoroughbred horse stud situated near Scone in New South Wales, Australia

                                               

WSCF

WSCF may refer to: World Student Christian Federation, a federation of Student Christian Movements WNUE-FM, a radio station 98.1 FM licensed to Deltona, Florida, United States, which held the call sign WSCF from 1986 to 1989 WSCF-FM, a radio stat ...

                                               

Boarding

Boarding may refer to: Boarding, used in the sense of "room and board", i.e. lodging and meals as in a Boarding house Boarding school Naval boarding, the forcible insertion of personnel onto a naval vessel Boarding horses, is a stable where horse ...

                                               

Junior Majeur

Junior Majeur is a Canadian sports drama film, directed by Eric Tessier and released in 2017. A sequel to the 2012 film The Pee-Wee 3D: The Winter That Changed My Life, the film centres on Janeau Trudeau and Joey Boulet, who are now playing for t ...

                                               

Change of Heart (1993 film)

Change of Heart is a 1993 Canadian-British family road movie directed and co-produced by Donald Shebib, based on a story by himself and Terence Heffernan. The film stars newcomer Sarah Campbell Jeremy Ratchford, and veteran Canadian actors Barbar ...

                                               

Color magazine

Color magazine lighting, a filter mechanism which is part of a lighting system A colour supplement, a full-colour magazine packaged with a newspaper

                                               

WRMS

WRMS may refer to: W Ross MacDonald School for the deaf blind in Brantford Ontario Canada WRMS AM, a radio station 790 AM licensed to Beardstown, Illinois, United States Windemere Ranch Middle School, a middle school in San Ramon, California, Uni ...

                                               

Shine FM

Shine FM may refer to: WUON in Morris, Illinois WHZN in New Whiteland, Indiana WTMK in Wanatah, Indiana stations owned and operated by Olivet Nazarene University in the United States WONU in Kankakee, Illinois W237BY in Mason, Michigan stations o ...

                                               

Chou

Chou may refer to: transliteration variant of the Chinese "Zhou" CHOU AM, a multicultural radio station 1450 AM in Montreal, Quebec, in Canada, also known as Middle East Radio Chou Chinese opera, or Chou role, clown roles in Chinese opera Chou, a ...

                                               

KOTK

KOTK may refer to: KFXX AM, a radio station 1080 AM licensed to serve Portland, Oregon, United States, which held the call sign KOTK from 1997 to 2004 KPOJ, a radio station 620 AM licensed to serve Portland, Oregon, which held the call sign KOTK ...

                                               

KKSN

KKSN may refer to: KKSN-LP, a LPFM radio station 101.5 FM with a Construction Permit CP to build a station in Spokane, Washington. The CP was issued to the Inland Empire Antique Radio Society in February 2014 KYCH-FM, a radio station 97.1 FM lice ...

                                               

Allan Adam

Chief Allan Adam is the Chief of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation in northern Alberta, Canada, having served as Chief since 2007. Before becoming Chief, Adam had served as a band councillor since 2003, with responsibility for housing issues.

                                               

Pure Grass Films

Pure Grass Advisors include British Actor Damian Lewis, whose credits include Band of Brothers and Homeland TV series; Roger Vakharia, Director, Media & Entertainment at Google Cloud; David Chermont – veteran media sales specialist & founder of I ...

                                               

Jonathan Tomines

Jonathan B. Tomines, also known as The Toe Bro, is a Canadian chiropodist. Tomines works at Mississauga Foot Clinic, located in Mississauga, Ontario. He also has his own television documentary series, The Toe Bro, which began airing in 2019.