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Woody

Woody singer, stage name of South Korean singer Kim Sang-woo born 1992 Woody name, a list of people and fictional characters with the given name, nickname or surname DJ Woody born 1977, British DJ and turntablist

Kim Na-young

Kim Na-young may refer to: Kim Na-young singer born 1991, South Korean singer Kim Nayoung born 1995, South Korean singer, member of Gugudan Kim Na-young television personality born 1981, South Korean television personality Kim Na-young judoka bor ...

Big Zuu

Zuhair Hassan, known professionally as Big Zuu, is an English rapper, grime MC, DJ and television personality from Kilburn, West London. He is best known for presenting Big Zuus Big Eats for Dave.

Anita Alaire Afoke Asuoha

Anita Asuoha was born in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. Her father is of Ijaw tribe from Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State while her mother is of Urhobo tribe. She is the third of six children. She studied Political Science/Public Adminis ...

Tove Bjorgaas

Tove Bjorgaas is a Norwegian television correspondent. She was born in Svolvær. She took the journalist education at Oslo University College and an economics degree at Johns Hopkins University. She was hired in the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporat ...

Hassan Akkad

Hassan Akkad is a Syrian refugee, cleaner and refugee rights activist in the United Kingdom. Akkad was part of the team that made Exodus: Our Journey to Europe which won the British Academy Television Award for Best Factual Series or Strand in 20 ...

Oscuro deseo

Oscuro deseo, is an upcoming Mexican thriller drama web television series produced by Argos Comunicacion for Netflix. The series is stars Maite Perroni, Jorge Poza, Regina Pavon, Alejandro Speitzer, and Erik Hayser, and is scheduled to premiere i ...

The Stranded (TV series)

The Stranded is a 2019 Thai television series starring Papangkorn Lerkchaleampote, Chutawut Phatrakampol and Oabnithi Wiwattanawarang. The plot revolves around a number of teens who are stranded on an island when a tsunami hits. It was released o ...

Info

.info, the filename extension for metadata files used by the Amiga Workbench info Unix, a command used to view documentation produced by GNU Texinfo info, a URI scheme for information assets with identifiers in public namespaces Info.com, a searc ...

Personal Injury Court

Personal Injury Court is an American syndicated Reality Court Show in which personal injury lawyer Gino Brogdon hears and rules on personal injury cases. The show is produced by 501 East Entertainment and the re-launched Orion Television, and is ...

ARY

ARY may stand for: ARY One World, a bilingual news channel in English and Urdu ARY Digital, a Pakistani television network Andre Romelle Young, real name of Dr. Dre Arity, the number of arguments or operands that a mathematical function takes ARY ...

The Beacon

The Beacon may refer to: Geography The Beacon, Cornwall, a prominent hill on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, England The Beacon Eastham, Massachusetts, a historic site on Nauset Beach in Eastham, Massachusetts, US The Beacon, Hemel Hempstead, apartment bl ...

Star News

Star News may refer to: ABP News previously STAR News, an Indian news channel Star News Asia, the flagship daily evening television news programmes from Hong Kong on STAR World Pasadena Star-News, a paid local daily newspaper for Pasadena, Califo ...

Zindagi

Zindagi Tere Naam, a 2012 Bollywood film directed by Ashu Trikha Zindagi Ek Juaa, a 1992 Bollywood film directed by Prakash Mehra Zindagi 1964 film, a Bollywood film directed by Ramanand Sagar Zindagi 1976 film, a Bollywood film directed by Ravi ...

Jeff Stone

Jeff Stone may refer to: Jeff Stone California politician born 1956, American politician in California State Senate since 2014 B. Jeff Stone 1936–2011, American rockabilly and country singer Jeff Stone baseball born 1960, American former baseball ...

Flying circus (disambiguation)

A Flying circus is a barnstorming troop. Flying circus or Flying Circus may also refer to: Flying Circus, an American World War II air corps led by Joe Foss The Flying Circus band, an Australian country rock/pop band 1968–74 Monty Pythons Flying ...

War baby (disambiguation)

A war baby is a child born in a country at war. War Baby or War Babies may also refer to: War Babies War Babies album, 1992 War Babies band, a rock band War Babies Hall & Oates album, 1974 "War Baby song", a song by Tom Robinson "War Baby", a son ...

Jim Hill

Jim Hill may refer to: Jim Hill Oregon politician born 1947, attorney, financial consultant, and politician from the U.S. state of Oregon Jim Hill Hillsboro politician, member of the Oregon House of Representatives from Hillsboro Jim Hill writer ...

Awelye

Awelye is a ceremonial tradition that includes body painting and is practiced by women by the Anmatyerre and Alyawarr indigenous nations in the Northern Territory, Australia. The term can also be used to describe the songs, dances, totems, knowle ...

Everybodys Doing It

Everybodys Doing It, a 1919 short comedy film from featuring Mutt and Jeff Everybodys Doing It, a 2002 MTV television film starring Lizzy Caplan Everybodys Doing It 1916 film Everybodys Doing It 1938 film

What Would You Do

What Would You Do? 1991 TV program, a Nickelodeon television series What Would You Do? 2008 TV program, an ABC News television series What Would You Do? film, a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Edmund Lawrence and Denison Clift

Road show

Roadshow theatrical release is a practice in which a film opened in a limited number of theaters in large cities. Road show or Road Show may also refer to: The Road Show, a 1977 Canadian television series Antiques Roadshow, a BBC TV series where ...

The Boys Are Back in Town (disambiguation)

The Boys Are Back in Town may refer to: The Boys Are Back in Town: Live in Australia, a live album by Thin Lizzy, recorded in 1978 and released in 1999 "The Boys Are Back in Town" Entourage, a 2005 episode of the television series Entourage "The ...

Blue Marble (disambiguation)

The Blue Marble is a photo of Earth taken by the crew of Apollo 17 on December 7, 1972. It can also refer to: Blue Marble musician, a Belgian music producer Elaeocarpus angustifolius, a tree in the family Elaeocarpaceae known as the blue marble t ...

The Apparition (2018 film)

The Apparition is an internationally co-produced drama film, directed by Xavier Giannoli, from a screenplay by Giannoli, Jacques Fieschi and Marcia Romano. It stars Vincent Lindon, Galatea Bellugi, Patrick dAssumçao, Elina Lowensohn, Gerard Dessa ...

Teletoon (disambiguation)

Teletoon, a portmanteau of "television" and "cartoon", is used for the names of several television channels: Teletoon, a French-language channel Teletoon Canada, wholly owned by Corus Entertainment, owns the following television animation channel ...

Dr. Feelgood

Dr. Feelgood band, a British pub rock band "Dr. Feelgood" Cool James and Black Teacher song, 1994 "Dr. Feelgood" Motley Crue song, 1989 Dr. Feelgood, recording and alternative stage name of Piano Red 1911–1985, American musician "Dr. Feel Good", ...

GNB

GNB may refer to: Goliath National Bank, a fictional bank in the American TV sitcom How I Met Your Mother Geographical Names Board of New South Wales Alpes–Isere Airport, near Grenoble, France Gaussian naive Bayes G. N. Balasubramaniam, Indian si ...

Pilawa (disambiguation)

Pilawa is a town in Masovian Voivodeship, east-central Poland. Pilawa may also refer to: Pilawa, a river near Pila in western Poland Pilawa, Lower Silesian Voivodeship south-west Poland Pilawa, a river in Lower Silesia south-west Poland Pilawa, P ...

Welt

"Welt", a 2017 song by Chelsea Wolfe from Hiss Spun Welt album, an album by ohGr "Welt", a 2007 song from AM Conspiracys album Out of the Shallow End Welt band, a punk rock band from Orange County, California

Bawang Putih Berkulit Merah

Bawang Putih Berkulit Merah is an Indonesian romantic drama television series produced by Titin Suryani under Verona Pictures. It began airing on ANTV from 14 January 2020. The stars Faradilla Yoshi, Rebecca Tamara, Hessel Steven and Mahdy Reza.

Cinta yang Abadi

Cinta yang Abadi is an Indonesian drama television series, which premiered on 24 February 2020 on ANTV. It produced by Tripar Multivision Plus. The stars Donita and Boy Hamzah as Soraya and Aryo. This series airs from 24 February 2020 at 6:00 PM ...

Shes the One

Shes the One may refer to: Shes the One 1996 film, an American 1996 comedy-drama film Songs and Music from "Shes the One", ninth studio album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and soundtrack to the above film "Shes the One" World Party song, a 1 ...

FNN

FNN may refer to: Fox News Network, U.S. cable news network Fake news network, a mockery used for CNN primarily during and a while after the 2016 USA election. False nearest neighbor algorithm Fuzzy neural network Feedforward neural network Finan ...

WWJ

WWJ may refer to: In broadcasting, the following stations in Detroit, Michigan, United States Current stations WWJ AM, a radio station 950 AM with an all-news format owned by Entercom WWJ-TV, a CBS owned and operated television station channel 62 ...

The Story of Kang-goo

The Story of Kang-goo is a 2014 South Korean two-part SBS romance television drama starring Lee Dong-wook, Park Joo-mi and Shin Dong-woo.

¡Que Chulada! (TV program)

¡Que Chulada! is a Mexican talk show produced and broadcast by Imagen Television. It is a space for conversation on current issues of general interest, where women can raise their voices, offer their point of view and set their own style to quest ...

Perfect Strangers

Perfect Strangers 2017 film, a Spanish remake of the 2016 Italian film Perfect Strangers 1945 film, a film starring Robert Donat and Deborah Kerr Perfect Strangers 2018 film a Mexican remake of the 2016 Italian film Perfect Strangers 2016 film, a ...

Merel Westrik

In 2013 she was a candidate in four episodes of the game show De Slimste Mens. In 2019 she participated in the reality television show Wie is de Mol? playing the role of the mole. She was correctly identified by actress Sarah Chronis who won the ...

Oriini Kaipara

Oriini Kaipara is an Aotearoa New Zealand broadcaster, journalist and Māori translator and interpreter, of Tūhoe, Ngāti Awa, Tūwharetoa and Ngāti Rangitihi heritage. She currently presents TVNZ 1s 1 News at Midday and Māori language news and curr ...

MDG (disambiguation)

MDG is an abbreviation for Millennium Development Goals. MDG may also refer to: Gotland Naval District Gotlands marindistrikt Monocable Detachable Gondola ; cf. Aerial lift#Abbreviations Model Driven Generation Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Gri ...

Give Me Moonlight

The film tells about the television journalist Sergei Kupriyanov, who began to make his own broadcast. But his success could not fill the void in family relationships. His wife, Irina, is leaving for St. Petersburg, and in the meantime, he is bui ...

Terets

Terret, part of a horse harness Teres minor muscle, an upper back muscle attaching the rotator cuff Teres major muscle, an upper back muscle attaching the upper limb Terets gunboat, an Imperial Russian gunboat Terete, adjective meaning cylindrica ...

Another Peaceful Day of Second-Hand Items

Another Peaceful Day of Second-Hand Items is a South Korean web series. A production of Naver, it is set to air on Naver TV Cast in 2020. It stars Gugudans Hana, Lee Ka-eun and Kang Tae-joo.

Bombon (song)

Leslie Shaw performed the song on several television shows in Peru in order to promote it. One of the most notable performances was in the Peruvian television show Cinescape. Leslie Shaw also performed the song on hispanic television shows in the ...

Sorby

Sorby, Vastergotland, a former parish in Sweden for which Floby station was first named Sorby, the administrative centre of Våle, a Norwegian village Sorby Oland, a village in Sweden

Broadcast (disambiguation)

The Broadcast band, an American Americana/soul band Broadcast Twelve Records, a British record label of the 1920s Broadcast Cutting Crew album, 1986 Broadcast band, an English electronic music band "The Broadcast", a song by Wings from Back to th ...

Flagstaff station (disambiguation)

Flagstaff Station is an Amtrak station in Arizona. Flagstaff station may also refer to: United States Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station Flagstaff railway station, Melbourne, Australia Flagstaff station can also be Television and Radio stations ...

Ababil-100

The Ababil-100 or al-Fath or al-Fatah was an Iraqi single stage solid propelled Short-range ballistic missile whose development project started around August 1991 and was tested from 2000 to 2002. It was derived from the Ababil-50 MLRS.

Propeller (disambiguation)

Propeller Peter Stuart album 2002 Propeller Records, a record label Propeller band, an Estonian punk band Propeller Guided by Voices album 1992 Propellers band, an English band