Jade Dynasty (film)

Jade Dynasty (Chinese: 诛仙) is an upcoming 2019 Chinese fantasy action film directed by Ching Siu-tung and starring Xiao Zhan, Li Qin, Meng Meiqi, and Tang Yixin.[1] The film is adapted from Xiao Ding's eponymous novel.[2] The film was released in China on September 13, 2019.[3][4] Plot The...

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Honeyland (2019 film)

Honeyland (Macedonian: "Медена земја") is a 2019 Macedonian documentary film directed by Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov. It won three awards at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.[4] It was selected as North Macedonia's entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awar...

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Unnikannan A. P. Veetil

Unnikannan is the first Keralite to conquer Mount Everest and the first Keralite to conquer twice, a native of Azhuthan Poyil Veetil from Peringome a village near to Payyannur in Kannur district of Kerala State,[1][2][3][4] Mount Everest Missions 2012 Indian Army Women Everest Expedition T...

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53rd Annual Country Music Association Awards

The 53rd Annual Country Music Association Awards, commonly known as the 53rd CMA Awards, The ceremony recognizes some of the best country music released during the eligibility period. Carrie Underwood will host with special guest hosts Reba McEntire and Dolly Parton, celebrating legendary wome...

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Girl on the Third Floor

Girl on the Third Floor is an upcoming 2019 horror film directed by Travis Stevens, written by Stevens, Paul Johnstone and Ben Parker, and starring C.M. Punk, Trieste Kelly Dunn and Tonya Kay. The film tells the story of a deeply flawed husband who renovates an old home for himself and his wife,...

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Face Of Beauty International

Face Of Beauty International is an annual female beauty pageant founded in 2012 as Miss Teen Face Of Beauty International.The title Face of Beauty International has grown to become an internationally renown beauty pageant in its seventh year.This pageant is one of the Big international beauty p...

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2019 UAE Super Cup

The 2019 UAE Super Cup will be the 19th and the 12th Professional UAE Super Cup, an annual football match played between the winners of the previous season's Pro-League and President's Cup.[1] It will be contested at Al Maktoum Stadium, between Sharjah and Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai, winners of 2018–1...

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Enemies (Post Malone song)

"Enemies" is a song by American rapper Post Malone featuring DaBaby.[1] It will be sent to rhythmic contemporary radio as the fourth single from Post Malone's third studio album, Hollywood's Bleeding on September 17, 2019.[2] The song was written by Post Malone, Jonathan Kirk, Louis Bell, and Bi...

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Allergic (Post Malone song)

"Allergic" is a song by American rapper Post Malone.[1] It will be sent to alternative radio as the fifth single from Post Malone's third studio album, Hollywood's Bleeding on September 24, 2019.[2] The song was written by Post Malone, Louis Bell, Brian Lee, and Billy Walsh and produced by Louis...

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Michèle Moet-Agniel

Michèle Moet-Agniel (b. 11 June 1926, Paris) was a member of the French Resistance, distributing leaflets and later helping Allied aviators escape back to Britain. She was arrested and deported to the Ravensbruck concentration camp, but was rescued by Russian soldiers. After the war, Agniel bec...

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Wet Season (film)

Wet Season (Chinese: 热带雨) is a Singaporean drama film. The film is written, produced and directed by Anthony Chen, it is his second feature film after Ilo Ilo in 2013 where he won the Caméra d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.[1] The film reunites actress Yeo Yann Yann and actor Koh Jia Ler af...

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2019 AIBA World Boxing Championships – Flyweight

The Flyweight competition at the 2019 AIBA World Boxing Championships will be held from 12 to 21 September 2019.[1] Results Finals  Semi-finalsFinal                             Top half Section 1  First roundSecond roundThird roundQuarterfinals                       Yosvany Veitía3    Mohame...

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Chris Mason (journalist)

Chris Mason (born 1981) is an English journalist who is a political correspondent for BBC News. He is a presenter of Brexitcast, a podcast and upcoming television programme centred on Brexit. Early life Mason was born in Airedale Hospital in Steeton with Eastburn, West Yorkshire. He grew up ...

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RBU-1200

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Glory to Hong Kong

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1999 South Bend, Indiana mayoral election

The 1999 South Bend, Indiana mayoral election was held in November 1999. Incumbent mayor Steve Luecke, who had become mayor after his predecessor Joe Kernan became Lieutenant Governor of Indiana, was reelected to a first full-term (and second overall term). Luecke faced Republican challenger ...

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32nd Texas Cavalry Regiment

The 32nd Texas Cavalry Regiment, sometimes incorrectly named Andrews's 15th Texas Cavalry Regiment,[1] was a unit of volunteer cavalry mustered into the Confederate States Army in May 1862 and which fought during the American Civil War. The regiment was formed around companies from Richard Phil...

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Anita Anand (professor)

Anita Anand is a Law Professor and J.R. Kimber Chair in Investor Protection and Corporate Governance at the University of Toronto.[1] She is also Scholar-in-Residence at the law firm Torys LLP.[2] Anand is an internationally- recognized expert in corporate governance and shareholder rights. Anan...

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Gage Creed (character)

Gage Creed is a fictional character created by Stephen King[1] and is the primary antagonist of his 1983 novel Pet Sematary. In the novel, Gage was an innocent child who was accidentally killed by a speeding tanker truck. Due to his father, Louis's grief, Gage is resurrected by the Wendigo afte...

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Volunteers of the Faith

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Zach Triner

Zach Triner (born January 30, 1991) is an American football long snapper for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Assumption. College career Triner initially attended Siena College on a lacrosse scholarship. He played in 13 games for th...

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Southern Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and thickets

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Tax-Free Wealth

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Semin Öztürk Şener

Semin Öztürk Şener (born Semin Öztürk; 1991) is a Turkish female professional display pilot. She is her country's first female civilian pilot to be recognized as a professional female aerobatic pilot.[1] Private life Semin Öztürk was born into an aviation-related family in 1991. Her father Al...

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Aydin Mammadov

Aydin Mammadov (Azerbaijani: Aydın Balamirzə oğlu Məmmədov) — Azerbaijani historian, Ph.D. in history, associate professor of the department of "source study, historiography and methods" of Baku State University.[1][2] Biography Aydin Mammadov was born in 1967 in Sumgait. In 1975-1983, he stu...

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Trinité River

The Trinité River (French: Rivière de la Trinité), or Grande Trinité River is a river in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada. Salmon fishing is allowed, subject to limits. Course The Trinité River is in Baie-Trinité, Manicouagan, Quebec.[1] It is 75 kilometres (47 mi) long.[2] The river ru...

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Who (album)

Who (stylized in all caps) is the upcoming twelfth studio album by the English rock band The Who, due to be released on 22 November 2019. Overview In January 2019, The Who confirmed that they were working on their first album of new material in 13 years (since their 2006 studio album of orig...

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2019 World Wrestling Championships – Men's Greco-Roman 72 kg

The men's Greco-Roman 72 kilograms is a competition featured at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships, and was held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan on 13 and 14 September. Results Legend F — Won by fall Final Final  Aram Vardanyan (UZB)  Abuyazid Mantsigov (RUS) Top half Round of 32 Rou...

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2019 World Wrestling Championships – Men's Greco-Roman 82 kg

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Sixty-fourth session of the United Nations General Assembly

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2019–20 Maine Black Bears men's basketball team

The 2019–20 Maine Black Bears men's basketball team will represent the University of Maine in the 2019–20 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. They will play their home games at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine and will be led by 2nd-year head coach Richard Barron. Previous se...

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Jay Hart (footballer)

Jason Stewart Hart (born 5 September 1990) is an English professional footballer who plays as a forward for Thimphu City.[4] Career Hart came through the youth ranks at local club Blackburn Rovers, though would depart without first-team experience and would subsequently take a football bre...

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List of non-sports trading cards

The following is a list of non-sports trading cards collections released among hundreds of card sets. The list includes different types that are or have been available, including animals, comics, television series/shows, motor vehicles, movies, among others: Cars and other vehicles Auto Rally ...

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2021 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup

The 2021 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup will be the 11th edition of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, the premier international beach soccer championship contested by men's national teams of the member associations of FIFA. Previous editions before 2005 were not governed by FIFA and were held under ...

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The Essence of Melissa Manchester

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Louisiana's 4th State Senate district

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Andria dialect (natively dialètte andriésə; Italian: dialetto andriese) is a dialect of Bari spoken in the city of Andria. Due to precede conquestion of south Italy, this dialect was infuenced by Old French to Normans. Sounds/Phonology Consonant phonemes   Bilabial Labio-dental Alveolar ...

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List of ambassadors of Russia to Egypt

The Ambassador of Russia to Egypt is the official representative of the President and the Government of the Russian Federation to the President and the Government of Egypt. The ambassador and his staff work at large in the Russian Embassy in Cairo. There are consulates-general in Alexandria and ...

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Sophie Raffalovich

Sophie Raffalovich O'Brien (1860–1960), was a writer and Irish nationalist Early life and education Born Sophie Raffalovich on 15 January 1860 in Odessa to Herman and Marie Raffalovich. Her father was a banker, with two sons, Marc-André and Arthur. The family was Jewish and moved in 1864 to F...

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Nicky Best

Nicola G. "Nicky" Best is a statistician known for her work on the deviance information criterion in Bayesian inference[B][E] and as a developer of Bayesian inference using Gibbs sampling.[1][A][D] She is a former professor of biostatistics and epidemiology at Imperial College London and is curre...

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Seamus Coughlin

Seamus McNamara Coughlin (/ˈʃeɪmʌs ˈmæknæmərʌ ˈkɒglɪn/; born March 24, 1995) is a libertarian American animator, political cartoonist, commentator, comedian, columnist, and YouTuber. He is known for his YouTube channel FreedomToons and his Foundation for Economic Education series Common Sense...

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Somdet Chao Phraya

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Brandon Niederauer

Brandon "Taz" Niederauer (born 2003) is an American guitarist from Dix Hills, Long Island. He starred in the musical School of Rock on Broadway. He was nicknamed Taz because of his fast guitar playing.[1] He starred in School of rock the Musical. In addition he has appeared on many television ...

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Nathalie Katsonis

Nathalie Helene Katsonis (born 22 February, 1978) is a Professor of Bioinspired Molecular Systems at the University of Twente. In 2016 she was awarded the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society Gold Medal. Early life and education Katsonis was born in Vienna.[1] She is half French and half Greek....

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2018 Powershares QQQ 300

The 2018 Powershares QQQ 300 was a NASCAR Xfinity Series race held on February 17, 2018, at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. Contested over 143 laps on the 2.5-mile (4.0 km) asphalt superspeedway, it was the first race of the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series season. Ent...

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1953–54 Deportivo Toluca F.C. season

The 1953–54 Deportivo Toluca F.C. season was the 4th season in the football club's history as a professional team and the 1st season in the top flight of Mexican football. The team competed in the Primera División and Copa México. After winning the 1952–53 Segunda División, Toluca made its debut...

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2019 African Beach Games

The 2019 African Beach Games were the inaugural edition of the international beach sports competition between the nations of Africa, organised by the Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA). The first Games were held on the island of Sal, Cape Verde in June 2019. In the ten-...

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Monika Maštalířová

Monika Maštalířová (born 22 January 1977) is a Czech former professional tennis player. Maštalířová reached a career high singles ranking of 412, competing in ITF Circuit tournaments, with all of her WTA Tour main draw appearances coming in doubles. She won 10 ITF doubles titles during her caree...

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Anson G. Henry

Anson G. Henry (1804 - July 30, 1865) was a physician and politician, who is best known for his friendship with eventual President Abraham Lincoln. Henry received patronage appointments to Oregon Territory through Lincoln from 1852 onwards, first as an Indian agent and then as Surveyor General o...

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La reina de Indias y el conquistador

La reina de Indias y el conquistador is an upcoming Colombian historical period drama television series created by Johhny Ortiz, and directed by Camilo Villamizar, and Juan Carlos Vásquez.[1] The series revolves around the history that led to the birth of the city of Cartagena de Indias, the fla...

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Luis Manuel Méndez

Luis Manuel Méndez was a Venezuelan businessman and film presenter from the state of Zulia.[1] Electric business Méndez worked as a representative for the American Telephone Company across the west of Venezuela, operating in Maracaibo, San Antonio del Táchira, Cúcuta (in present-day Colombia) ...

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Olga Lomonosova

Olga Lomonosova (Russian: Ольга Ломоносова; born 18 May 1978) is a Russian actress, and former ballerina. She is best known for her role as Kira Voropayeva in the television series “Not born beautiful”, also as Alla Safranov, in the 2019 Netflix TV series Better than Us the estranged wife to ...

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Flowering Sunday

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Lara Somogyi

Lara Somogyi (born in Lihue, Hawaii) is an American classically trained harpist and graduate of the Royal Academy of Music in London. She is known for her work in neoclassical, pop and film genres through her use of integrating fx pedals and electroacoustic harp.[1] In 2018, Somogyi was awarde...

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2019 United States outbreak of lung illness linked to vaping products

In 2019, an outbreak of severe lung illness across multiple states in the US has been linked to the use of vaping products.[1] As of September 11, 2019, 380 confirmed and probable cases of lung illness associated with the use of vaping products, were reported by 36 states and the US Virgin Island...

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Ahmed Ali (Somali footballer)

Ahmed Ali Mohamed (born 23 October 1990) is a Dutch-raised Somali footballer who plays as a midfielder for Qatari club Pearl FC and captains the Somalia national team.[5] Early life Ali was born in Somalia and lived since age 5 in Reeuwijk, where he grew up.[3] Club career Ali made his debu...

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Carlos Bazán Zender

Carlos Bazán Zender (22 December 1937 – 11 September 2019)[1][2][3] was a Peruvian medical doctor and politician. He was a Minister of Health in the second government of Fernando Belaúnde Terry. Biography He was born in Piura in 1937, son of Paula Zender Honigman and Carlos Alberto Bazán Mir...

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The 2019–20 season is SV Werder Bremen's 121st season in existence and the club's 39th consecutive season in the top flight of German football. It covers a period from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020. They are participating in the Bundesliga and the DFB-Pokal.[1] Players Current squad As of 3 Sep...

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Daniel Clive McCallum

Daniel Clive McCallum (born in Sydney, Australia) is a film composer, conductor, and orchestrator. He is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music in London.[1] He is known for orchestrating and arranging the music for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for which he won a sport...

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Taitaipenistouc Meanders Biodiversity Reserve

The Taitaipenistouc Meanders Biodiversity Reserve (French: Réserve de biodiversité des Méandres-de-la-Taitaipenistouc) is a protected area in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec. It preserves the biodiversity of part of the watershed of the Taitaipenistouc River in the upper part of the Moisie River ...

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Astrid Freudenstein

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Ole W. Grubb

Ole William Grubb (31 July 1891 – 29 January 1981) was a local government official and state legislator from the state of Oregon. He was a Democrat who served one two-year term in the Oregon House of Representatives. Before being elected to the legislature, Grubb was a commissioner for Deshutes ...

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2019–20 NL season

The 2019–20 National League season is the 82nd season of Swiss professional ice hockey and the third season as the National League (NL). SC Bern are the defending champions, and three-time defending regular season winners. Due to the 2018–19 league qualification series not being contested, the ...

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Chevrolet Corvette Super Sport

The Chevrolet Corvette Super Sport is a show car built by the Chevrolet division of General Motors (GM). Described as a 1957 model, it was first shown in December 1956 in New York city.[1] Only one was built. History The car that became the Corvette Super Sport began as a regular production ...

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Eric Dungey

Eric Dungey (born June 12, 1996)[1] is an American football quarterback who is currently a free agent. He played college football at Syracuse. [2] Early years Dungey attended Lakeridge High School in Lake Oswego, Oregon. As a senior, he threw for 2395 yards and 22 touchdowns.[3] He was a 3-st...

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Yesoe Yoon

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Wonderland (1997 film)

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Alexey W. Von Schmidt

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1984 Soviet Second League

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Jeffrey Alan Scudder

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Alfred McCray

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1983 Soviet Second League

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Thomas Markaunt

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1982 Soviet Second League

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Countries with politicians, public officials or close associates implicated in the leak on April 15, 2016 (As of May 19, 2016) The Panama Papers are 11.5 million leaked documents that detail financial and attorney–client information for more than 214,488 offshore entities.[1][2] The documents...

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1981 Soviet Second League

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Youngohm

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Graah Fjord

Graah Fjord, also known as Devold Fjord and Langenæs Fjord, is a fjord in King Frederick VI Coast, eastern Greenland.[1] Administratively it is part of the Sermersooq municipality. History There are remains of ancient Inuit settlements of the southern group in Imaarsivik, a coastal island at ...

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1980 Soviet Second League

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Signal Corps Band

The Signal Corps Band (officially the 434th Army Band) was a military band maintained by the United States Army and associated with the United States Army Signal Corps. It was activated in 1943 as the band of the 4th Engineer Amphibian Brigade and was posted to Fort Gordon, Georgia for most of i...

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1979 Soviet Second League

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Stamp Fairtex

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Janetta McStay

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Regina Plant

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2002 Country Music Association Awards

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Bread and Wine (docufiction)

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Emmanuel Esparza

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Ricardo Costa (filmmaker)

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