Sixth Intervision Song Contest

20-05-2020 06:00:16
The sixth Intervision Song Contest was originally planned as a revival of the Intervision Song Contest to be organised in the Russian city of Sochi, which played host to the 2014 Winter Olympics. Eligible countries that were permitted to compete in the contest would have been from the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and former Soviet Republics. Eleven countries participated in the fifth edition back in 2008. Of those countries that took part, only five...

Thompson Mills Forest

20-05-2020 05:55:06
Thompson Mills Forest (330 acres) is a research forest and Georgia's official state arboretum. It is located at 8755 Highway 53 (off New Liberty Church Road), Braselton, Georgia, and operated by the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources In 1980 the forest was deeded to the University of Georgia by Lenox T. Thornton, for teaching and research, to establish an arboretum of native and exotic trees, and for public education and appreciation. In 1991 it was designated the state's official...

Sowmya Menon

20-05-2020 05:50:02
Sowmya Menon is a film actress from Kerala who debuted in 2018 Malayalam film Kinavalli. Her other films include Thuruppugulan Fancy Dress, Children's Park and Margamkali.

Luchon station

20-05-2020 05:45:03
The gare de Luchon is a railway station in Bagnères-de-Luchon, Occitanie, France. The station is the southern terminus of the Montréjeau–Luchon railway line. Due to the poor state of the Montréjeau–Luchon railway, operation of the line was suspended starting 18 November 2014, by SNCF and RFF · ; only TER coaches now offer the Montréjeau–Luchon trip, As a consequence, the gare de Luchon is no longer operating.

Physics

20-05-2020 05:40:04
Physics (from Ancient Greek: φυσική (ἐπιστήμη), romanized: physikḗ (epistḗmē), lit. 'knowledge of nature', from φύσις phýsis 'nature') is the natural science that studies matter, its motion and behavior through space and time, and the related entities of energy and force. Physics is one of the most fundamental scientific disciplines, and its main goal is to understand how the universe behaves. Physics is one of the oldest academic disciplines and, through its inclusion of astronomy, per...

Brian Christopher (lacrosse)

20-05-2020 05:35:03
Brian Christopher (born June 16, 1987), of Springfield, Pennsylvania, was an All American lacrosse player for Johns Hopkins University in Division I college lacrosse. Christopher played for the Blue Jays from 2006 to 2009, leading the team to an NCAA tournament championship in 2007, and making third team All American. Over the Blue Jays last four games, Christopher scored the game winning overtime goal, including Hopkins' 2009 quarterfinal overtime 12-11 win over Brown. The Denver Outlaws sele...

Perrie Edwards

20-05-2020 05:30:04
Perrie Louise Edwards (born 10 July 1993) is an English singer and songwriter, known for being a member of the British four-piece girl group Little Mix. The group was formed on the eighth series of The X Factor in 2011 and became the first group to win the competition. Perrie Louise Edwards was born on 10 July 1993, and raised in the Whiteleas area of South Shields, Tyne and Wear. She is the daughter of Debbie Duffie and Alexander Edwards, who are both singers. Her parents divorced when she was...

Jhungle

20-05-2020 05:25:03
Jhungle (Urdu: جهونگل‎) is a town in Gujar Khan Tehsil, Punjab, Pakistan. Jhungle is also chief town of Union Council Jhungle which is an administrative subdivision of the Tehsil.

John Roche (basketball)

20-05-2020 05:20:03
John Michael Roche (born September 26, 1949) is a retired American professional basketball player in both the American Basketball Association (ABA) and the National Basketball Association (NBA). The 6'3" (1.90 m), 170 lb (77 kg) guard's career spanned from 1971 to 1982. Roche attended high school at La Salle Academy and received his B.S. degree in business administration from the University of South Carolina in 1971. While at the University of South Carolina, he was twice named the ACC basketb...

Antonio Bertoloni

20-05-2020 05:15:03
Antonio Bertoloni (February 8, 1775 in Sarzana – April 17, 1869 in Bologna) was an Italian physician and botanist who made extensive studies of Italian plants. He also collected notable samples of Central American flora. He studied medicine and botany at the University of Pavia, afterwards (1796) continuing his medical education in Genoa. For a period of time he practiced medicine in his home town of Sarzana. In 1811 he returned to Genoa, where he served as a professor of physics at the Imperial...

Tale of Tales (2015 film)

20-05-2020 05:10:02
Tale of Tales is a 2015 European fantasy film directed by Matteo Garrone and starring Salma Hayek, Vincent Cassel, Toby Jones, and John C. Reilly. An Italian-led production with co-producers in France and the United Kingdom, Tale of Tales is Garrone's only English-language film. It competed for the Palme d'Or at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

Jean M. Auel

20-05-2020 05:05:02
Jean Marie Auel (/aʊl/; née Untinen; born February 18, 1936) is an American writer who wrote the Earth's Children books, a series of novels set in prehistoric Europe that explores human activities during this time, and touches on the interactions of Cro-Magnon people with Neanderthals. Her books have sold more than 45 million copies worldwide. Auel was born Jean Marie Untinen in 1936 in Chicago. She is of Finnish descent, the second of five children of Neil Solomon Untinen, a housepainter, and...

Montagny, Rhône

20-05-2020 05:00:03
Montagny is a commune in the Rhône department in eastern France.

Star Trek (1979 pinball)

20-05-2020 04:55:02
Star Trek is a 1979 pinball game developed by Bally. It was the first pinball machine based on the franchise of the same name. A second pinball machine of the same name was released in 1991 by Data East. First versions of the backglass showed the crew of the Enterprise dressed in the uniforms from the original Star Trek TV series. This was changed early in the production to show them dressed in single-color clothing to fit with the Star Trek Hollywood movie that was coming out at the same time...

Little Trapeze Angels

20-05-2020 04:50:02
Little Trapeze Angels (Spanish: "Angelitos del trapecio") is a 1959 Mexican comedy film starring Viruta and Capulina (Marco Antonio Campos and Gaspar Henaine), Anabelle Gutiérrez, and Maricruz Olivier.

Meje

20-05-2020 04:45:03
Meje (pronounced ) is a small settlement in the Municipality of Cirkulane in the Haloze area of eastern Slovenia. It lies at the top end of the valley of Belica Creek south of Cirkulane, right on the border with Croatia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region. It is now included in the Drava Statistical Region.

Here (The Grace song)

20-05-2020 04:40:02
Here is the seventh Japanese single by South Korean girl group The Grace, collaboration with Japanese Hip-hop group Cliff Edge under the Rhythm Zone and was released in both CD and CD+DVD (Limited Edition) versions. "Here" was chosen to be the theme song of drama and movie of "Homeless School Student (Homeless Chugakusei). The movie, starred by Koike Teppei was based on a Japanese best-seller book of the same title which sold 2.2 million copies within two months. The song was set to be the firs...

New Caledonia's 1st constituency

20-05-2020 04:35:03
The 1st constituency of New Caledonia is a French legislative constituency in New Caledonia. Between 1958 and 1962, the constituency represented the entirety of the New Hebrides condominium and the constituency represented the entirety of New Caledonia until a redistricting in 1978 created the 2nd constituency. Between 1978 and a new redistricting in 1986, the first constituency represented the Kanak-populated eastern shore of the main island in addition to the Loyalty Islands. Since 1986, the...

Louise Stacey

20-05-2020 04:30:04
Louise Stacey (born 10 January 1972) is an Australian former professional tennis player. Stacey, who grew up in Adelaide, won the 1983 Australian 12 and Under Championships. In 1987, aged 15, she became the youngest ever winner of the Australian Hard Court Championships. She was a girls' singles finalist at the 1990 Australian Open, losing in three sets to Bulgaria's Magdalena Maleeva.

Sigve Brekke

20-05-2020 04:25:02
Sigve Brekke (born 15 December 1959) is the President and CEO of Telenor Group, an international telecommunications company present in 13 markets across the Nordic region, Europe and Asia. Sigve Brekke has been a member of the Executive Management team of Telenor Group since 2008, and succeeded Jon Fredrik Baksaas as President and CEO in August 2015. From 2008–2015, Sigve Brekke was responsible for Telenor's operations in Asia.