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Impact Wrestling Uncaged

Uncaged was a special episode of Impact! produced by Impact Wrestling, which was taped on January 11 and January 12, 2019 at the Fronton Mexico in Mexico City, Mexico and it aired on February 15, 2019. Four professional wrestling matches were con ...

Girolamo Alessandro Biaggi

Biaggi was a pupil of Nicola Vaccaj and Alessandro Rolla, studying composition and violin at the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini from 1829 to 1839. Biaggi founded LItalia musicale, a weekly magazine published by the publisher Lucca in 1847, which h ...

Tanya Tuzova

Tanya Tuzova Тyзова, born December 12, 1993, Moscow) is a Russian artist, singer, model, designer and blogger. She is known for her deliberate resemblance to a Barbie doll, for which she received the nickname "Russian Barbie". Born in Moscow in a ...

Shivaleeka Oberoi

Shivaleeka Oberoi is an Indian actress predominantly working in the Hindi film industry. Oberoi made her on-screen film debut with the romantic thriller Yeh Saali Aashiqui, which garnered her a Filmfare nomination for Best Female Debut. Before ve ...

Shivani Rawat

Shivani Rawat is a film producer based in New York, known for producing independent films like Danny Collins, Trumbo, Captain Fantastic and Brian Banks. She is the founder and CEO of ShivHans Pictures, a production house that supports feature fil ...

Mahesh Pandey

Mahesh Premchand Pandey is an Indian script writer, director and producer of Indian Television Shows and Films. Hes known for penning many popular shows like Kasautii Zindagii Kay, Kasamh Se, Vidya

Rajaram Swaminathan

Rear Admiral Rajaram Swaminathan is a serving Flag Officer in the Indian Navy. He is currently serving as the Admiral Superintendent of Bombay Dockyard. He has served on board the ship INS Viraat in various capacities. He is an alumnus of IIT Kha ...

Vinay Dubey

In 2012, Dubey was with the NCP and contested the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections from the Varanasi North constituency and lost the election. Dubey contested the Lok Sabha polls 2019 from Kalyan as an independent candidate. He has publicly expre ...

A. R. Mitra

Born on February 25, 1935, at Belur in Hassan district he had his education in Hassan, Arsikere, Kolar and Mysuru.After doing his post-graduation in Mysore University, Prof. Mitra served as a lecturer at St. Joseph College in Bengaluru and retire ...

Ivan Ilic (footballer, born 1971)

Ivan Ilic is a Serbian former footballer who played as a defender and made four appearances for the FR Yugoslavia national team.

James Reese

James Reese may refer to: James Reese author born 1964, American author James P. Reese, founder, chairman and CEO of TigerSwan James Reese American football born 1968, football coach Jim Reese born 1957, former member of the Oklahoma House of Rep ...

Odessa (musician)

Odessa Rose Jorgensen, known mononymously as Odessa, is an American singer, songwriter, and violinist from California. Jorgensen learned violin from age 4, and her father played in surf rock groups in the 1960s. Though born in California, she liv ...

Wylie F. L. Tuttle

Wylie Fay Leon Tuttle was an American real estate developer who was behind the construction of the Tour Montparnasse, the tallest building in Europe upon its completion in 1972.

BLE

BLE or Ble may refer to: Bluetooth Low Energy, a wireless personal area network technology Ble., a trade abbreviation for Bletilla, an orchid genus Ble band, a pop-rock band from Greece

Lets Dance (2019 film)

Lets Dance is a 2019 French family comedy musical drama film written and directed by Ladislas Chollat. It is a remake of 2010 British 3D film StreetDance 3D. The film stars Rayane Bensetti, Fiorella Campanella and Guillaume de Tonquedec in the le ...

Chandrika Roy

Chandrika Roy is an Indian politician from Saran district of Bihar, India. He is a Member of Bihar Legislative Assembly representing Parsa.

Alba Ventura

Alba Ventura is a Spanish classical pianist. She made her debut as a concert soloist at the age of 13, performing with the Cadaques Orchestra of Spain, and went on to have an international solo career. She is a professor at the Conservatori Super ...

Alessandro Lupi

Alessandro Lupi is an Italian former professional footballer, who played as a Midfielder and current manager of Chiasso in Swiss Challenge League.

Inderjit Badhwar

Inderjit Badhwar is an Indian journalist, novelist and the former editor of India Today. He has written for various Indian and American newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times and Outlook.

Ravi Pandit

Ravi Pandit was born in an affluent Marathi family in Pune, Maharashtra, India. Pandit earned his masters degree in Management from MIT Sloan School of Management. He is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and an as ...

Ashutosh Ashokrao Kale

Ashutosh Ashokrao Kale is a member of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly from the Kopargaon in Maharashtra,India. He is Chairman of Karmaveer Shankrrao Kale Co-operative sugar factory. He is well known for his fight for farmers rights in Kopargaon ...

Kunal Rao

Kunal Rao is one of the many stand-up comics in India. Over the past ten years, he has performed in over 20 cities around the world as well as in India. Kunal has also performed at international comedy festivals like the Magners International Com ...

Hans Baldauf

Hans Baldauf FAIA LEED AP, is an American architect with interests in sustainable food culture and traditional market halls. His work includes farm-to-table restaurants, wineries, and food halls. In 2014 he served on the board of directors for th ...

Giulio Savelli

Giulio Savelli was an Italian politician and publisher. Born in Rome on 27 September 1941, Savelli co-founded the publishing house Samonà e Savelli alongside Giuseppe Paolo Samonà in 1963. Samonà left the business in 1968, and Savelli ran Samonà ...

Wise Blood (musician)

Wise Blood is the stage name of producer, performer, and songwriter Chris Laufman. He has released two albums, three EPs, and a mixtape. His work is largely sample-based with some noted similarities to blues and gospel music.

Symmachus

Symmachus is a name from Roman antiquity. It may refer to: Symmachus translator late 2nd century, author of one of the Greek versions of the Old Testament Symmachi, a Roman aristocratic family Quintus Fabius Memmius Symmachus 383/384 – after 402, ...

Justinia gens

The gens Justinia was an obscure plebeian family at ancient Rome. No members of this gens are mentioned in ancient writers, but several are known from inscriptions, chiefly from Gaul and Germania.

Francisco Flores del Campo

Francisco Flores del Campo, also known as Pancho Flores, was a Chilean composer, instrumentalist and actor, considered one of the most relevant composers of popular music in the country. He won the folk competition of the Viña del Mar Internation ...

List of ambassadors of Israel to Ecuador

Eliyahu Yerushalmi 2012-2016 Edwin Yabo 2016 - Yosef Hasseen 1999 - 2001 Zvi Tenney 1984 - 1987 Eliezer Armon Non-Resident, Guatemala City 1981 - 1984​ Naftali Gal 1978 Avraham Sarlouis 1964 - 1967 Avraham Setton 1987 - 1991 Eliezer Doron Non-Res ...

Santiago Danani

Santiago Danani La Fuente is an Argentine volleyball player, a member of the Argentina mens national volleyball team and Italian club Kioene Padova.

8D Creative

8D Creative is a privately held multinational entertainment group and talent agency based in Seoul. The company was founded in 23 March 2017 and manages artists such as OnlyOneOf and Iz*One member Kang Hye-won. Previosly the company have a multip ...

Rob Lewis (composer)

Robert Leonard Lewis is a composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist. His compositions for looping cello formed the basis of his critically acclaimed album Momentum’ in 2018. In 2019 he was commissioned by Google to compose a 60-minute soundtra ...

Velleppam

Velleppam is an upcoming Indian romantic comedy with a touch of fantasy made in the language of Malayalam, directed by debutant Praveen Raj Pookkadan. The film has Jins Thomas and Dwarak Udayashankar as producers with Lingson and Anit as co-produ ...

Maldoror (band)

This article refers to a musical group. For Maldoror, the book, please refer to: Les Chants de Maldoror. Maldoror is a music project consisting of Mike Patton and Masami Akita, also known as Merzbow. The name is derived from a nineteenth-century ...

Rita Dev

Dr. Rita Dev is a Hindustani classical singer. She is a disciple of the Thumri vocalist Padma Vibhushan Vidhushi, Dr. Girija Devi. Dev was born in Assam.

Atrangi Re

Atrangi Re is upcoming Indian romantic drama film directed by Aanand L. Rai, which stars Akshay Kumar, Dhanush and Sara Ali Khan. The movie is produced under the studios T-Series, Colour Yellow Productions and Cape of Good Films. It is Dhanushs t ...

The Politician (soundtrack)

The Politician: Music from the Netflix Original Series is a soundtrack album for the Netflix series The Politician featuring Ben Platt, released by Atlantic Records on October 22, 2019.

Matte Edgar

Matte Edgar simply known as Eddie Wizzy Dances or Eddie Wizzy is a Ugandan dancer and Choreographer He was nominated in Afrimma Awards 2016 & 2017 in African Best Dancer category.

Dancing Shoes (disambiguation)

Dancing Shoes may refer to: Bernard "Dancing Shoes" Hartze, a retired South African footballer known for his deft footwork. Wintles Wonders, a childrens novel by Noel Streatfeild often referred to as Dancing Shoes. Dance shoes, footwear worn by d ...

Maayanadhi

Maayanadhi is an 2020 Indian Tamil language drama film starring Aadukalam Naren, Venba, Abi Saravanan and Appukutty in lead roles. The film is written, produced, and directed by Ashok Thiagarajan in his directorial debut.

Pontifex (disambiguation)

A pontifex was an official in a Roman priesthood of the pre-Christian era, headed by the Pontifex Maximus, and now one of the titles of the Pope. For people bearing the modern surname Pontifex, see Pontifex surname. Pontifex may also refer to: Va ...

MDT

MDT may refer to: Medtronic, an Irish medical technology company Mean down time, the average time that a system is non-operational Miami-Dade Transit, the public transportation agency for Miami, Florida, U.S. Mobile data terminal, a type of commu ...

Schaeffer

Leopold Schefer, German poet Schaefer disambiguation Schiffer, surname Scheffer, surname Fritz Schaffer, German politician Schafer, surname Schaffer, surname

Yiong Cong-ziin

Yiong Con-ziin is a Taiwanese politician. He worked in several capacities within the Democratic Progressive Party, and was named minister of the Hakka Affairs Council on 20 May 2020.

Karachi (disambiguation)

Karachi is the largest city in Pakistan. Karachi may also refer to: Karachi District Karachi Division Garachi, a Romany ethnic group of Azerbaijan Karachi Cantonment

Johan Ooms

Ooms was born in Amsterdam. He graduated from the Amsterdamse Toneelschool in 1968. He played for several theater groups, among others: Het Nieuw Rotterdams Toneel, Globe, Het Publiekstheater and Het Nationale Toneel. He played in television prog ...

Hajar Juni Samma

Hajar Juni Samma is a 2019 Nepali romantic-drama, directed by Bikash Raj Acharya. The film is produced by Bishal Chambling under the banner of Mata Pathivara Films. Hajar Juni Samma is about a retired singer seeking to find a match for his son. T ...

Senti Virus

Senti Virus is a 2020 comedy-drama film, directed by Ram Babu Gurung, and written by Kumar Kattel, and Dipak Acharya. The film is produced by Dindu Lama Hyolmo under the banner of Subihani Films. The film stars Sitaram Kattel, Kunjana Ghimire in ...

Na Corda Bamba

Na Corda Bamba is a Portuguese telenovela broadcast and produced by TVI. It is written by Rui Vilhena. The telenovela premiered on September 15, 2019 and ended on May 15, 2020. It is recorded between Lisbon and Madeira.

Supergroup

Supergroup or super group may refer to: Supergroup TV series, a VH1 reality show In L-carrier, a multiplexed group of Channel Groups Supergroup, a rarely used term in mathematics for the counterpart of a subgroup Supergroup music, a music group f ...