Coláiste Chineal Eoghain

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Group of Five conferences

In college football, the term Group of Five is an informal term which refers to five athletic conferences whose members are part of NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). The five conferences are American Athletic Conference (AAC), Conference USA (C-USA), Mid-American Conference (MAC)...

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1886–87 Scottish Districts season

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Beauharnois (Province of Canada electoral district)

Beauharnois was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada, in Canada East. It was created in 1841 and was based on the previous electoral district of the same name for the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada, in a rural area near Montreal. It was represente...

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Further Up (Na, Na, Na, Na, Na)

"Further Up (Na, Na, Na, Na, Na)" is a song by Israeli musical duo Static & Ben El featuring American rapper Pitbull, released as a single on January 10, 2020 by Saban Music Group.[1][2][3] Background The song is the follow-up English song by Static & Ben El, after "Tudo Bom" featuring Colom...

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Berthier (Province of Canada electoral district)

Berthier was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada, in Canada East. It was created in 1841, based on the previous electoral district of the same name for the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada. It was represented by one member in the Legislative Assemb...

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Bilyana Dudova

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Sarah J. Greenwald

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Malaysian Dunlop Masters

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Bonaventure (Province of Canada electoral district)

Bonaventure was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada, in Canada East. It was created in 1841, based on the previous electoral district of the same name for the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada. It was represented by one member in the Legislative Ass...

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Chambly (Province of Canada electoral district)

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Athletics at the 1987 Summer Universiade – Men's high jump

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Hjalmer J. Erickson

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Stauroneis

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2020 Burnie International

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Ghatvog Union

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2020 Oracle Challenger Series – Newport Beach – Men's Doubles

Robert Galloway and Nathaniel Lammons were the defending champions[1] but only Lammons chose to defend his title, partnering Hunter Reese. Seeds Ariel Behar / Gonzalo Escobar Nicholas Monroe / Jackson Withrow André Göransson / Christopher Rungkat Nathaniel Lammons / Hunter Reese Dr...

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Drummond (Province of Canada electoral district)

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Pune 7 Aces

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2020 in Scandinavian music

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Dmitry Orlov (banker)

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Home Team Science and Technology Agency

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Sabine Breitwieser

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Baatarjavyn Shoovdor

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Atlanta FaZe

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Arnold Oberschelp

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The Annoying Kid

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The Barrie Magnet/Northern Advance

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Darbankhi

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Østfold Workers' Sports Association

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Shirely Meng

Ying Shirley Meng is the Zable Professor of NanoEngineering and the founding Director, Sustainable Power and Energy Center at the University of California, San Diego. She is a Fellow of the Electrochemical Society and a two time Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists finalist. Meng is Editor-in-C...

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Anne M. Squire

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One Tree Planted

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Riddles (Chinese)

Chinese riddles stand in a tradition traceable to around the second century CE. They are partly noted for their use of elaborate visual puns on Chinese characters. According to Timothy Wai Keung Chan, 'the Chinese riddle originates in far antiquity and reached its mature form around the Warring S...

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Intercollegiate Hockey Association

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Urgenda

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Libuše Dušková

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1897–98 Columbia men's ice hockey season

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Angel (Ladadi O-Heyo)

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Gaius Chibueze

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List of Canadian Hot 100 top 10 singles in 2020

This is a list of songs that have charted in the top ten of the Billboard Canadian Hot 100, an all-genre singles chart, in 2020. Top-ten singles An asterisk (*) represents that a single is in the top ten as of the issue dated January 25, 2020.[1] Key  ◁  – indicates single's top 10 entry was ...

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A.A.A (EP)

A.A.A is the eponymous debut EP by Nigerian alternative rock band A.A.A.[1][2] It was recorded at Blackstar Studios in Ikoyi and released independently on August 5, 2019.[3] The band is composed of singer Brymo, guitarist Jad Moukarim, drummer Adey Omotade, and bassist Laughter.[4] A.A.A compris...

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1904–05 Columbia men's ice hockey season

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Military Affairs (magazine)

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Netherlands Maritime Special Operations Forces

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2018 Census of Malawi

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Schoenus crassiculmis

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Arthur Grace

Arthur Grace (born May 7, 1947) is an American photojournalist, documentary photographer, and author whose work spanning fifty years in photography is noted for its in-depth focus on Americana. The author of five books featuring his images, Grace is perhaps best known for his seminal book of bla...

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1991–92 Syracuse Orangemen basketball team

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Jupiter (1805 ship)

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Providence (novel)

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Grafton Athletic

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Grant Quinlan

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Jacqueline Mitelman

Jacqueline Mitelman is an Australian portrait photographer. Early life and education Jacqueline Mitelman was born Jacqueline MacGreggor in Scotland in 1948, and has since lived in Melbourne and in France for a few years. She was briefly to married Polish emigrant the painter/printmaker Allan M...

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2020 Arizona State Sun Devils baseball team

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Jan Howard (1969 album)

Jan Howard is the seventh studio album released by American country music artist Jan Howard. The album was released in June 1969 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. The album spawned three singles, including the major hit "My Son". The album would also reach peak positions on the ...

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The Barnyard Concert

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Companhia do Metropolitano de São Paulo

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Rupiamma

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Linda Tracey Brandon

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Mouth to Mouth (Mental As Anything album)

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Baidyapur Jora Deul

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Le Than Bwa

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Clifford Wiens

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Ryuun Daimai

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2000 Queensland Cup

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Christian N'Guessan

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2020 Italian Basketball Cup

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The Global Tourism Forum started its journey in tourism industry as the World Tourism Forum. The World Tourism Forum (WTF), based in London, United Kingdom, is an institute dedicated to the research and development of solutions to the new era of travel. The World Tourism Forum's mission is cite...

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1994 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group II

The Europe/Africa Zone is one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 1994. In the Europe/Africa Zone there are three different tiers, called groups, in which teams compete against each other to advance to the upper tier. Winners in Group II advance to the Europe/Africa Zone ...

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Isabel de Madariaga

Isabel Margaret de Madariaga (27 August 1919 – 16 June 2014) was a British historian who specialised on Russia in the 18th century and Catherine the Great. She published six books on Russia and is credited for changing the perception of Catherine the Great amongst Russian and Western scholars. ...

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Living on the Veg

Living on the Veg is a British vegan cookery programme that first aired in 2020 on ITV1. It is hosted by by the cookery writers and bloggers Henry Firth and Ian Theasby, a duo known as BOSH!, and produced by Rock Oyster Media. Each episode features a celebrity guest. Production Firth and Thea...

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2001 Queensland Cup

The 2001 Queensland Cup season was the 6th season of Queensland's top-level statewide rugby league competition run by the Queensland Rugby League. The competition, known as the Bundy Gold Cup due to sponsorship from Bundaberg Rum, featured 11 teams playing a 26-week long season (including final...

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Ted White (manager)

Ted White is an American businessman, songwriter, and producer. He is better known as the a manager and first husband of soul singer Aretha Franklin. As a songwriter, White wrote or co-wrote numerous songs for Franklin, including "I Wonder (Where You Are Tonight)," "Lee Cross," "Dr. Feelgood," a...

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A Matter of Life... and Death

A Matter of Life ...and Death is an album released by country musician David Allan Coe. It was released in 1987 on Columbia. Background A Matter of Life…and Death would be Coe’s final album for Columbia, a partnership that stretched back to 1974 and produced 21 studio albums. Coe and longtim...

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