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Timbuktu

for endangered cultural heritage sites'' * Presentation showing images of Timbuktu * (Category:Timbuktu) Category:Ancient cities


Republic of Ireland

May 1995 in the Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland (Republic of Ireland). The presenter was Mary Kennedy. This contest broke the chain of victories that Ireland (Republic of Ireland) enjoyed in 1992 (Eurovision Song Contest 1992), 1993 (Eurovision Song Contest 1993), and 1994 (Eurovision Song Contest 1994). This was Ireland's 3rd year in succession to host the contest - and to mark the 40th show, it was opened with a 4-minute retrospective showing images from the contest's history. The Norwegian (Norway) group Secret Garden (Secret Garden (duo)) was the winner of this contest with the mostly instrumental song, "Nocturne (Nocturne (Secret Garden song))". Incidentally, Secret Garden's violinist was Fionnuala Sherry, who is Irish. The '''Eurovision Song Contest 1995''' was the 40th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 13 May 1995 in the Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland (Republic of Ireland). The presenter was Mary Kennedy. This contest broke the chain of victories that Ireland (Republic of Ireland) enjoyed in 1992 (Eurovision Song Contest 1992), 1993 (Eurovision Song Contest 1993), and 1994 (Eurovision Song Contest 1994). This was Ireland's 3rd year in succession to host the contest - and to mark the 40th show, it was opened with a 4-minute retrospective showing images from the contest's history. The Norwegian (Norway) group Secret Garden (Secret Garden (duo)) was the winner of this contest with the mostly instrumental song, "Nocturne (Nocturne (Secret Garden song))". Incidentally, Secret Garden's violinist was Fionnuala Sherry, who is Irish. The '''Eurovision Song Contest 1994''' was the 39th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 30 April 1994 in the Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland (Republic of Ireland). The presenters were Cynthia Ní Mhurchú and Gerry Ryan. The pair hosted the evening in French (French language), English (English language) and Irish (Irish language). Paul Harrington (Paul Harrington (musician)) and Charlie McGettigan from Ireland were the winners of this Eurovision with a song written by Brendan Graham, "Rock 'N' Roll Kids". This was a record sixth victory for Ireland, giving it the outright record number of victories at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was also the first time — and to date the only time — that the contest had been won by the same country in three consecutive years. - 8 Ireland (Republic of Ireland) Croatia, Germany, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland - - 4 Hungary Ireland (Republic of Ireland), Finland, Poland, Sweden - The '''Eurovision Song Contest 1993''' was the 38th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 15 May 1993 in Millstreet, County Cork, Ireland (Republic of Ireland). The presenter was Fionnuala Sweeney. Niamh Kavanagh was the winner of this Eurovision for Ireland with the song, "In Your Eyes (In Your Eyes (Niamh Kavanagh song))". This was Ireland's fifth victory, and equalled the tally of five Eurovision victories achieved by France in 1977 and Luxembourg in 1983. The '''Transport Salaried Staffs' Association''' (TSSA) is a trade union for "white collar (white-collar worker)" workers in the transport industry in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Its head office is adjacent to Euston station (Euston railway station), London, it has branch offices located in Dublin and Glasgow, and staff also located in Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham and Bristol. Key regulations defining Irish whiskey and its production are established by the Irish Whiskey Act of 1980, Irish Whiskey Act of 1980, Irish Statute Book, 1980. and are relatively simple (for example, in contrast with those for Scotch (Scotch whisky) and Bourbon whiskey). They can be summarised as follows: * Irish whiskey must be distilled and aged in the Republic of Ireland or in Northern Ireland. * The contained spirits must be distilled to an alcohol by volume level of less than 94.8% from a yeast-fermented mash of cereal grains (saccharified by the diastase of malt contained therein, with or without other natural diastases) in such a way that the distillate has an aroma and flavour derived from the materials used. Central and Eastern Europe More than 500,000 Russian scientists and computer programmers have left the country since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. Russian brain drain tops half a million. BBC News. June 20, 2002. Central (Central Europe) and Eastern European countries have expressed concerns about extensive migration of skilled labourers to Ireland (Republic of Ireland) and the United Kingdom. Lithuania, for example, has lost about 100,000 citizens since 2003, many of them young and well-educated, to emigration to Ireland in particular. The bomb was found on the side of a road near the village of Forkhill (w:Forkhill) in County Armagh (w:County Armagh), Northern Ireland (w:Northern Ireland), close to the border with the Republic of Ireland (w:Republic of Ireland). It was defused by an expert bomb disposal team from the Irish Army (w:Irish Army). The explosives were home-made and weighed 600 lb (270 kg). It is believed that the bomb was planted there by dissident republicans. On Saturday, 67% of Irish (w:Republic of Ireland) voters favored the European Union's (w:European Union) (EU) Lisbon Treaty (w:Treaty of Lisbon) which now requires approval from the presidents of the Czech Republic (w:Czech Republic) and Poland (w:Poland) for ratification (w:ratification). A car, thought to have been used for the get-away, has been found burnt out just over the border in the Republic of Ireland (w:Republic of Ireland). Mr Kee and the Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin (w:Micheál Martin) have asked for any witnesses to contact the Gardai (w:Gardai) or the PSNI immediately.


Norway

was Mary Kennedy. This contest broke the chain of victories that Ireland (Republic of Ireland) enjoyed in 1992 (Eurovision Song Contest 1992), 1993 (Eurovision Song Contest 1993), and 1994 (Eurovision Song Contest 1994). This was Ireland's 3rd year in succession to host the contest - and to mark the 40th show, it was opened with a 4-minute retrospective showing images from the contest's history. The Norwegian (Norway) group Secret Garden (Secret Garden (duo)) was the winner of this contest with the mostly instrumental song, "Nocturne (Nocturne (Secret Garden song))". Incidentally, Secret Garden's violinist was Fionnuala Sherry, who is Irish. The favourite to win the contest, according to bookmakers, was Sweden with the pop-ballad "Se på mej". Other countries in contention for the win were Denmark, Israel, Spain, and the eventual winner, Norway. The winning song was something new at Eurovision in that it contained only 24 words accompanied by long violin solos. The United Kingdom contributed a modern rap number, while the previous year’s runner-up, Poland, went for something that completely contrasted with their début entry. - 6 Norway Greece, Iceland, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Turkey - rowspan "4" 2 Denmark Norway, Sweden - - 8 Ireland (Republic of Ireland) Croatia, Germany, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland - - 7 Ireland Italy, Malta, Norway, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom - rowspan "2" 3 Norway Croatia, Finland, Greece - - 6 France Finland, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Yugoslavia - - 5 United Kingdom France, Germany, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal - In the spring of 1966, McTell met another émigré to Paris, a student from Norway named Nanna Stein. Hockenhull, p. 32. The pair soon became inseparable. Back in England, they lived in a caravan in Cornwall. McTell and Wizz Jones were regular performers on the Cornish circuit, especially at The Folk Cottage in Mitchell (Mitchell, Cornwall). It was Jones who suggested the stage name 'McTell', "...after Blind Willie McTell, whose 'Statesboro Blues' we both loved". - Yugoslavia Norway, Turkey - The '''Eurovision Song Contest 1986''' was the 31st Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 3 May 1986 in the Grieg Hall in Bergen, Norway. It was the first occasion on which Norway played host to the contest. The presenter was Åse Kleveland, a well-known folk guitarist who was President of the Norwegian Association of Musicians (and a former Eurovision entrant, in 1966). - 8 Norway Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Sweden, United Kingdom - - Norway United Kingdom - - 5 Switzerland Finland, Ireland, Norway, United Kingdom, Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) - - 7 Ireland Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom - - STYLE "BACKGROUND:#FFDEAD;" 6 STYLE "BACKGROUND:#FFDEAD;" Israel STYLE "BACKGROUND:#FFDEAD;" Finland, Ireland, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, United Kingdom - Production was set up at Krauss-Maffei of Munich from early 1964 onward, with deliveries of the first batch between September, 1965 and July, 1966. The Leopard was soon being purchased from Germany by a number of NATO members and other allies including in chronological order Belgium (1968), the Netherlands (1969), Norway (1970), Italy (1971), Denmark (1976), Australia (1976), Canada (1978), Turkey (1980) and Greece (1981). Germany has a strict export policy for military equipment; Greece, Spain and Chile, while still dictatorships, purchased the French AMX-30. The first railway museums were opened at Hamar in Norway (1897) and Nuremberg in Germany (1899). These inspired talk of doing the same in Britain, both in the 1890s and again in 1908, The Amazing Kamikaze Syndrome remastered album The power ballad "My Oh My" was released in November 1983, where it slowly climbed the charts and by December Slade found themselves competing for the Christmas number one spot. The single peaked at number 2 behind acapella group The Flying Pickets with their cover of Yazoo's (Yazoo (band)) "Only You (Only You (Yazoo song))". Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway


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