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Radio kol

05-Dec-2021 18:12:37

* KKOL (AM) * Kingdom of Loathing * Kol Chai * Radio KOL (Kids Online) ...


Santa Barbara Channel

05-Dec-2021 18:12:38

The Santa Barbara Channel is a portion of the Southern California Bight and separates the mainland of California from the northern Channel Islands. It is generally south of the city of Santa Barbara, and west of the Oxnard Plain in Ventura County. It trends east-west, is approximately long and ave ...


Central Greece (region)

05-Dec-2021 18:12:38

Central Greece is one of the thirteen administrative regions of Greece. The region occupies the eastern half of the traditional region of Central Greece, including the island of Euboea. To the south it borders the regions of Attica and the Peloponnese, to the west the region of West Greece and to ...


Snowpiercer

05-Dec-2021 18:12:38

Snowpiercer is a 2013 science fiction action film based on the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob, Benjamin Legrand and Jean-Marc Rochette. The film was directed by Bong Joon-ho and written by Bong and Kelly Masterson. A South Korean-Czech co-production, the film marks Bong's ...


Governor of New Hampshire

05-Dec-2021 18:12:38

The Governor of New Hampshire is the head of the executive branch of New Hampshire's state government. The governor is elected during the biennial state general election in November of even-numbered years. New Hampshire is one of only two states, along with bordering Vermont, to hold gubernatorial ...


Yo soy Betty, la fea

05-Dec-2021 18:12:41

Yo soy Betty, la fea is a Colombian telenovela, written by Fernando Gaitán and produced from October 25, 1999 to May 8, 2001 by RCN network. More than a dozen versions of the telenovela have been made in other countries due to the popularity of the plot. American comedy-drama hit Ugly Betty and ...


Christopher Gray

05-Dec-2021 18:12:41

Christopher Stewart Gray was an American journalist and architectural historian, noted for his weekly New York Times column "Streetscapes", about the history of New York City architecture, real estate and public improvements. Career. Gray wrote the "Streetscapes" column from ...


Paul Burchill

05-Dec-2021 18:12:42

Paul Birchall , better known by his ring name Paul Burchill , is a retired English professional wrestler. He is best known for his time with WWE, where he signed after training and debuting for the Frontier Wrestling Alliance in his home country. Professional wrestling career. Frontier Wrestling ...


Citroën C6

05-Dec-2021 18:12:42

The Citroën C6 is an executive car produced by the French car maker Citroën from 2005 to 2012. The Citroën C6 was inspired by the Citroën C6 Lignage concept car with a fastback saloon like styling. Inspired by the Citroën C6 Lignage prototype, which was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in ...


Thomas Jerome Newton

05-Dec-2021 18:12:43

* Lazarus (musical) * List of Fringe characters * The Man Who Fell to Earth (1987 film) * The Man Who Fell to Earth (film) * The Man Who Fell to Earth (novel) ...


Coliseum Alfonso Pérez

05-Dec-2021 18:12:43

Estadio Coliseum Alfonso Pérez is a football stadium in Getafe, Madrid, Spain. It is the home ground of Getafe CF. Stadium. The stadium was built in 1998 and currently, after several extensions, it has a capacity of 17,393 people, with an average attendance of 10,579 in the 2009/10 season and 9, ...


The Miracle of Bern

05-Dec-2021 18:12:44

The Miracle of Bern is a 2003 film by Sönke Wortmann, which tells the story of a German family and the unexpected West German miracle victory in the 1954 World Cup Final in Bern, Switzerland. The film can be regarded as a portrait of post-war Germany. With over 6 million cinema visitors, it is ...


College Football News

05-Dec-2021 18:12:44

College Football News is a magazine and website published by College Football News, Inc., headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. News coverage includes scores, statistics, rankings, and reports on college football games. Analysis includes comparisons between teams, predictions of game outcomes and hi ...


Trip pilot

05-Dec-2021 18:12:44

Trip pilot is a term applied to captains temporarily or occasionally employed on inland towing vessels in the United States of America. Trip pilots hold a Master of Towing Vessels license issued by the U.S. Coast Guard, and are employed in the commercial tug and barge industry, primarily in the in ...


Main (river)

05-Dec-2021 18:12:44

The Main is a river in Germany. With a length of , it is the longest right tributary of the Rhine. It is also the longest river lying entirely in Germany. The largest cities along the Main are Frankfurt am Main, Offenbach am Main and Würzburg. Geography. The mainspring of the Main River flows th ...


Connection form

05-Dec-2021 18:12:45

In mathematics, and specifically differential geometry, a connection form is a manner of organizing the data of a connection using the language of moving frames and differential forms. Historically, connection forms were introduced by Élie Cartan in the first half of the 20th century as part of, ...


Pat Cummins

05-Dec-2021 18:12:46

Patrick James Cummins is an Australian international cricketer who is currently the co-vice-captain of the Australia national team in all formats. He made his Test debut at the age of 18 and plays domestic cricket for New South Wales. Cummins is a fast bowler and a capable lower-order right-handed ...


Sport in Wales

05-Dec-2021 18:12:46

Sport in Wales plays a prominent role in Welsh culture. The most popular sports in Wales are rugby union and association football. Like the other countries of the United Kingdom, Wales enjoys independent representation in major world sporting events such as the FIFA World Cup and in the Rugby Worl ...


European Single Market

05-Dec-2021 18:12:46

The European Single Market , Internal Market or Common Market is a single market which seeks to guarantee the free movement of goods, capital, services, and labour – the ‘ four freedoms ‘ – within the European Union. The market encompasses the EU's 27 member states, and has been extende ...


List of million-selling singles in the United Kingdom

05-Dec-2021 18:12:47

The definition of a million-selling single, as regarded by the Official Charts Company, has changed in line with new technology for music consumption. Originally only physical record sales were counted since the start of the UK Singles Chart in November 1952. Digital downloads of a track were includ ...


Danny Mills

05-Dec-2021 18:12:47

Daniel John Mills is an English former professional footballer best known for his time at Leeds United. His main position was right-back, though he could also play as central defender. On 7 August 2009 he announced his retirement from the game at the age of 32, due to an ongoing knee injury. Due t ...


John Wodehouse, 2nd Earl of Kimberley

05-Dec-2021 18:12:48

John Wodehouse, 2nd Earl of Kimberley , known as Lord Wodehouse from 1866 to 1902, was a British peer and landowner, who was the first member of the Labour Party in the House of Lords. Wodehouse was born at the family home in Montagu Square, Marylebone. His father John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of Kimb ...


Doc Cramer

05-Dec-2021 18:12:48

Roger Maxwell "Doc" Cramer was an American center fielder and left-handed batter in Major League Baseball who played for four American League teams from 1929 to 1948. Career. A mainstay at the top of his team's lineup for many years, Cramer led the American League in at bats a record se ...


Cagliari Calcio

05-Dec-2021 18:12:49

Cagliari Calcio , commonly referred to as Cagliari , is an Italian football club based in Cagliari, Sardinia. The club currently plays in Serie A. As of 2019–20, the team is temporarily playing their home games at the 16,000-seat Sardegna Arena, adjacent to the future new stadium site. Founded i ...


1956 Summer Olympics

05-Dec-2021 18:12:50

The 1956 Summer Olympics , officially known as the Games of the XVI Olympiad , was an international multi-sport event that was held in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia from 22 November to 8 December 1956, with the exception of the equestrian events, which were held in Stockholm, Sweden in June 1956. ...