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Dont Stop.

Dont Stop. is a song by the English rock band Oasis. Released as a promotional single on 30 April 2020, it is the first track to be released from the band in over 10 years since their 2009 single "Falling Down". Written and sung by Noel Gallagher ...

The Hodges Brothers

The Hodges Brothers were an American bluegrass quartet from Bogue Chitto, Mississippi, United States. The group consisted of Ralph Hodges, Felix Hodges, James Hodges, and John White. They released singles on Trumpet and Whispering Pines. In 1956, ...

Race Car Blues

Race Car Blues is the third studio album by Australian rock band Slowly Slowly, released through UNFD on 28 February 2020. The album debuted at number seven on the ARIA Albums Chart.

Las que no iban a salir

Las Que No Iban a Salir is the first compilation album by Puerto Rican rapper and singer Bad Bunny. It was released without any previous announcement on May 10, 2020, by Rimas Entertainment. It features guest appearances by Zion & Lennox, Yandel, ...

A type

A type or type A may refer to: A-type inclusion, a type of cell inclusion A-type potassium channel, a type of voltage-gated potassium channel Type A submarine, a class of submarines in the Imperial Japanese Navy which served during the Second Wor ...

Better (Deante Hitchcock album)

Better is the debut studio album by American rapper Deante Hitchcock. It was released on May 13, 2020 through ByStorm and RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. It includes features from JID, 6LACK, Young Nudy, Miguel, and St. Beauty.

Speed of Life (Adam Brand album)

Speed of Life is the fifteenth studio album by Australian musician Adam Brand. The album was released on 13 March 2020. The album debuted at number 6 on the ARIA Charts. Brand said the whole experience of making this album was "a vastly different ...

FBHS

FBHS may refer to: Fortune Brands Home & Security, a fixture and hardware manufacturer Fellow of the British Horse Society, a riding instructor qualification

Xiali N5

The Xiali N5 is a subcompact sedan produced by the Chinese automotive manufacturer FAW Group under the Xiali brand. The N5 ranks in the class of supermini and closes the gap between the Xiali N3 and the Xiali Vela. The Japanese sister model of th ...

Adam Rowe

Rowe was brought up in Dovecot and West Derby areas of Liverpool. His parents were alcoholics, they broke up when he was ten years old and he was raised by his father. Rowe started a Maths degree at the University of Liverpool but didn’t complete ...

Bluebird Photoplays

Bluebird Photoplays was an American film studio that distributed its films via Universal Pictures during the silent film era. It had a 0.000 studio in New Jersey. Louise Lovely, an actress from Australia, was one of its stars. Bluebird was a pres ...

Crossroads (Kazakhstani TV series)

Crossroads was a Kazakhstani soap opera that ran from 1996 to 2000. It was the first soap opera produced in the Kazakhstan. It became the most popular TV program in Central Asia, reaching 60 million homes in four countries: Russia, Uzbekistan, Ch ...

Volkswagen ID.4

The Volkswagen ID.4 is an electric crossover produced by the German automobile manufacturer Volkswagen. It is based on the Volkswagens electric MEB platform, and the second model of the I.D. series.

Beneficial

Beneficial Loan Society, the former name of Beneficial Corporation Beneficial Finance, a former division of HSBC Finance, and a part of their acquisition of Beneficial Corporation Beneficial Corporation, a consumer finance company founded in 1914 ...

Down East (disambiguation)

Down East is a term for parts of eastern New England and Canadas Maritime Provinces. Down East may also refer to: Down East Yachts, a former American sailboat manufacturer Down East North Carolina, a region of coastal North Carolina Downeast Airl ...

Zoomer

Tandy Zoomer, a personal digital assistant Zoomer NES accessory, a joystick peripheral for the Nintendo Entertainment System Zoomer, a robotic toy dog

French ship Fier (1746)

Fier was a 50-gun ship of the line of the French Navy, launched in 1745. Designed by engineer Chapelle, she was one of the last 60-gun ships built before the advent of the more modern and standard 64-guns. She was reduced to a 50-gun and served i ...

Kriti I

MS Kriti I is a RO/PAX ship owned and operated by ANEK Lines. Along with El.Venizelos and her sister ship Kriti II she is the oldest ship in the fleet of ANEK Lines. The ship was built in 1979 at Koyo Dockyard, Japan and her original name was New ...

Solent (disambiguation)

The Solent is a stretch of sea separating the Isle of Wight from Great Britain. Solent may also refer to: Solent Group, a geological group in the Hampshire Basin of southern England HMS Solent, two ships of the British Royal Navy The Short Solent ...

E class

Mercedes-Benz E-Class, a series of automobiles built by Mercedes-Benz E-segment, a European vehicle size class Chrysler E-Class, a mid-sized car produced between 1983 and 1984

Infinity Blade: Redemption

Infinity Blade: Redemption is a novella by fantasy author Brandon Sanderson. It is based on the action role-playing iOS video game series Infinity Blade developed by Chair Entertainment and Epic Games, and serves as a story bridge between the sec ...

Saint-Crepin

Saint-Crepin may refer to the following places in France: Saint-Crepin, Hautes-Alpes, a commune in the department of Hautes-Alpes Saint-Crepin-et-Carlucet, a commune in the department of Dordogne Saint-Crepin-de-Richemont, a commune in the depart ...

Blocking minority

Blocking minority may refer to: Minority interest is a principle of corporate accounting where a shareholder may hold less than 50% of the stock but, through special voting rights, may be able to block proposals by the majority shareholders. In G ...

Massachusetts House of Representatives 12th Worcester district

Massachusetts House of Representatives 12th Worcester district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Worcester County. Democrat Hank Naughton of ...

Sweet Munchies

Sweet Munchies is a 2020 South Korean television series starring Jung Il-woo, Kang Ji-young and Lee Hak-joo. It premiered on JTBC on May 25, 2020.

Shiprocket

Shiprocket is a tech-enabled logistics aggregator based out of Delhi that provides data-driven shipping solutions to over 40.000 Direct to Consumers active sellers across 26.000+ pin codes PAN India and 220 countries and territories internationally.

Akbarpur, Rohtas

Akbarpur is a village in Rohtas block of Rohtas district, Bihar, India. Located on the bank of the Son river, a short distance east of the historic Rohtasgarh fort, Akbarpur is the headquarters of Rohtas block. As of 2011, it had a population of ...

2020 Westgate Entertainment District shooting

The Westgate Entertainment District shooting happened on 20 May 2020. The shooting took place near the Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale, Arizona.

Berliner StraSe

Berliner StraSe or Berliner Strasse is the name of streets: in Berlin: Berliner StraSe Berlin-Hermsdorf Berliner StraSe Berlin-Blankenfelde Berliner StraSe Berlin-Pankow Berliner StraSe in Berlin-Zehlendorf, part of Berlin-Potsdamer Chaussee Berl ...

The Golden Path

The Golden Path may refer to: Happy path in software development "The Golden Path" song, a 2003 song by The Chemical Brothers The Golden Path video game, a 1986 graphical adventure game The Golden Path TV series, a Singaporean Chinese drama serie ...

Lauenstein

Lauenstein is the name of the following: Places: Lauenstein Altenberg, a suburb of the town of Altenberg in the district of Sachsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge in Saxony, Germany Lauenstein Ludwigsstadt a suburb of the town of Ludwigsstadt in the di ...

Executive suite (disambiguation)

Executive suite may refer to: In Design: Executive suite, a type of office space In Culture: Executive Suite, a novel by Cameron Hawley Executive Suite TV series, a 1970s American television program Executive Suite, a record by the British band T ...

Vendetta (2017 film)

Vendetta is a 2017 pornographic film written and directed by Stormy Daniels. The film released which was released on April 12, 2017 and distributed by Wicked Pictures. The film which was written, directed and starred in by Stormy Daniels and saw ...

Anything Can Happen (disambiguation)

Anything Can Happen is a 1952 comedy-drama film directed by George Seaton. Anything Can Happen or variants can also refer to: "Anything Can Happen", 2019 song by Saint Jhn Anything Can Happen album, 1994 album by singer and songwriter Leon Russel ...

Deceiver

The Deceivers Aiello novel, a 1999 novel by Robert Aiello The Deceiver novel, a novel by Frederick Forsyth Deceiver novel, a 2010 novel by C. J. Cherryh The Deceivers Bester novel, a 1981 novel by Alfred Bester The Deceivers Masters novel, a 1952 ...

The Meteor (film)

The Meteor is a Canadian dramatic docufiction film, directed by François Delisle and released in 2013. The film centres on the experiences of Pierre, a man who is serving a 14-year prison sentence for manslaughter after accidentally killing a wom ...

Mark of the Beast (disambiguation)

The Mark of the Beast, film of Kipling story by Thomas Edward Seymour 2014 Mark of the Beast, alternative release name of Fear No Evil 1981 film Mark of the Beast film, 1923 melodrama film by Thomas Dixon Jr. The Mark of the Beast, 1997 Christian ...

Irumbu Manithan

Director Disney began working on a film that will take place in several time periods. Archana, who was a part of Dsineys unreleased Kuttram Purindhaal, is a part of this film. Santhosh Prathap, Ganja Karuppu, and Madhusudhan Rao sport several loo ...

Downstream

Downstream may refer to: Upstream and downstream transduction, determining temporal and mechanistic order of cellular and molecular events of signal transduction Downstream software development Downstream petroleum industry Downstream networking ...

Infamous (2020 film)

Infamous is an upcoming American crime thriller film, written and directed by Joshua Caldwell. It stars Bella Thorne, Jake Manley, Amber Riley, Michael Sirow and Marisa Coughlan. It is scheduled to be released on June 12, 2020, by Vertical Entert ...

Studio Mao

Studio Mao, is an American independent film production company. It was founded October 23, 2006 in the State of New York, United States where it is currently headquartered. Studio Mao produced the short drama film Skin by director Guy Nattiv and ...

Imitation (disambiguation)

Imitation may refer to: Imitations album, a 2013 album by Mark Lanegan Imitation art the fundamental artistic creativity doctrine which prescribes the close imitation of the masterpieces of the preceding authors Imitation music, a form of musical ...

Revolutions (disambiguation)

Revolutions are fundamental changes in power that take place in relatively short periods of time. Revolutions may also refer to: Victoria: Revolutions, the expansion pack for Victoria: An Empire Under the Sun Revolutions The X-Ecutioners album, a ...

Alexander and Nicole Gratovsky

Alexander and Nicole Gratovsky are Russian and European anthropologists of Russian descent, spouses, co-authors of books, films, expositions, public presentations, and cultural events in the field of mind and consciousness research.

The Gateway

The Gateway student newspaper, a UK student business and careers newspaper The Gateway student magazine, the student magazine at the University of Alberta, Canada

Teri Meri Love Story (2016)

Teri Meri Love Story is a 2016 Pakistani tele-film directed by Furqan Khan, written by Syed Zain Raza. The tele-film stars Ayeza Khan and Danish Taimoor in the lead roles. The film was released in 2016 on Valentines Day

Thanks for Listening (film)

Thanks for Listening is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Marshall Neilan and written by Joseph ODonnell and Stanley Roberts. The film stars Pinky Tomlin, Maxine Doyle, Aileen Pringle, Claire Rochelle, Henry Roquemore, Rafael Alcayde and Be ...

Surge (film)

Surge is a 2020 British thriller film, directed by Aneil Karia in his directorial debut, from a screenplay by Karia, Rupert Jones and Rita Kalnejasis. It stars Ben Whishaw, Ellie Haddington, Ian Gelder and Jasmine Jobson. It had its world premier ...

Looking for a Man

The film is based on true stories about separation and meetings, about the search for loved ones, which continued many years after the Second World War.

Heyday

Heyday may refer to: Heyday Fairport Convention album, a 1987 album by Fairport Convention Music Heyday The Church album, a 1986 album by the Church Titled works Heyday novel, a historical novel by Kurt Andersen Heyday Books, an independent nonpr ...