Ruthin Craft Centre

Ruthin Craft Centre (Welsh: Canolfan Grefft Rhuthun) is a craft centre in the historic, market town of Ruthin (/ˈrɪθɪn/ rith-in; pronounced Rith-een) north Wales. Ruthin Craft Centre shows the best in national and international contemporary applied arts. The original Craft Centre was demolished...

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Glynn Vivian Art Gallery

The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery is the public art gallery of the City and County of Swansea, in South Wales. The gallery is situated in Alexandra Road, near Swansea railway station, opposite the old Swansea Central Library. History The creation of the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery was made possible ...

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Dowse Art Museum

Detail of a poupou by Rangi Hetet hanging in The Dowse Art Museum. One of a pair of poupou commissioned by the museum on their fifth anniversary in 1975. The poupou are carved wooden figures with inset pāua shell eyes. This figure represents Te Puni. One of Paul Dibble's 'Swimmers in Space'...

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Wystan Curnow

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Elam School of Fine Arts

The Elam School of Fine Arts, founded by John Edward Elam, is part of the Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries at the University of Auckland. Students study degrees in fine art with an emphasis on a multidisciplinary approach. The school is located across three buildings, the Mondrian buil...

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Wye Valley

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Manawatu District

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Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki

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Tumburu

In Hindu mythology, Tumburu (Sanskrit: तुम्बुरु), also known as Tumbaru (तुम्बरु) and Tumbara (तुम्बर) is the best among Gandharvas or celestial musician and is sometimes described as the best of singers. He is described to perform in the courts of gods Kubera and Indra as well as sing praises ...

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Indra

Indra (/ˈɪndrə/, Sanskrit: इन्द्र) is a Vedic deity in Hinduism,[2] a guardian deity (Indā[3], Pālī) in Buddhism,[4] and the king of the highest heaven called Saudharmakalpa in Jainism.[5] His mythologies and powers are similar to other Indo-European deities such as Jupiter, Perun, Perkūnas, T...

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Śakra (Buddhism)

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Parjanya

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Pancasikha

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Dhṛtarāṣṭra

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Muni (Hinduism)

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Deva (Hinduism)

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War on drugs

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Golden Triangle (Southeast Asia)

Ruak River and Mekong River confluence, all 3 countries Thailand (bottom), Myanmar (central) and Laos (right) meet with each other, seen from the village of Wiang The Golden Triangle[1] is the area where the borders of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar meet at the confluence of the Ruak and Mekong ...

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Narcotic

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Héctor Enrique

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Colo-Colo

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Henstead

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Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

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Medical Defence Union

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Great Ormond Street Hospital

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Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases

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Westminster School

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Brandon Green

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Josh Davis (swimmer)

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Amarillo Globe-News

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Barry Sanders

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Drew Lock

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Missouri Tigers football

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Liberty Bowl

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TCU Horned Frogs football

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Will Grier

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West Virginia Mountaineers football

The West Virginia Mountaineers football team represents West Virginia University (also referred to as "WVU" or "West Virginia") in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of college football. West Virginia plays its home games on Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium on the campus of West ...

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Kyler Murray

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Bedlam Series

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Missouri State Bears and Lady Bears

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Mike Gundy

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Tylan Wallace

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Mason Rudolph (American football)

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Bushland, Texas

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Bushland High School

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Boone Pickens Stadium

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Oklahoma State Cowboys and Cowgirls

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Rock Band

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Marching band

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Concert band

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John J. Pershing

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General of the Armies

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Copperas Cove, Texas

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Killeen, Texas

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Fort Hood

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Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs

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UNSW Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

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Deakin University

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Taur Matan Ruak

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Isabel da Costa Ferreira

Isabel da Costa Ferreira, also Isabel Ruak Ferreira (born April 15, 1974 in Same, Portuguese Timor) is an East Timorese jurist, human rights activist, politician, former First Lady of East Timor from 2012 until 2017, and wife of East Timor's former president, Taur Matan Ruak.[1] Along with her h...

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Dagupan

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Fernando de Araújo (East Timorese politician)

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Vicente Guterres

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2008 East Timorese assassination attempts

José Ramos-Horta Rebel East Timorese soldiers invaded the homes of the President and Prime Minister of East Timor on 11 February 2008, leading to the shooting and serious wounding of President José Ramos-Horta, the shooting up of the car of Prime Minister Xanana Gusmão, and the fatal shooting ...

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2007 East Timorese presidential election

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Ana Pessoa Pinto

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Kirsty Sword Gusmão

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Nicolau dos Reis Lobato

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Isabel Barreto Lobato

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Francisco Xavier do Amaral

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Cidália Lopes Nobre Mouzinho Guterres

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Polish Press Agency

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Interia

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Onet.pl

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OLiS

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Margaret discography

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Daryl Hall

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Janna Allen

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Kiss on My List

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Leon Russell

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This Masquerade

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They Can't Take That Away from Me

"They Can't Take That Away from Me" is a 1937 popular song with music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin. It was introduced by Fred Astaire in the 1937 film Shall We Dance. Overview The song is performed by Astaire on the lonely foggy deck of a ferry from New Jersey to Manhattan. I...

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Tempo (Margaret song)

"Tempo" is a song recorded by Polish singer Margaret. It was written by Anderz Wrethov, Jimmy Jansson, Laurell Barker and Sebastian von Koenigsegg.[1] The song was released on 9 February 2019 by Powerhouse. On 27 November 2018, Margaret was confirmed to be taking part in Melodifestivalen 2019 w...

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