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Honiara

'' form, forbidden to be performed by the Christian missionaries in the past, was revived and recorded in Honiara. ''Suahongi'' is performed at the conclusion of the ritual of sharing in a ceremony called ''manga’e'', (performed by men) of the surplus harvest of fishing and garden crops. The dance is performed to highly rhythmic songs which are in the form of a “feature call and response, speech–song”, including the short history of the island of Bellona (Bellona Island).


Luxembourg

;epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu" Voting controversy All participating countries sent two jury members to Lugano to vote secretly on the songs, except for Luxembourg whose jury members could not make it to Lugano. The voting system at this Contest allowed juries to vote for any competing song, including those of their own country. Additionally, the Swiss jury was allowed by the EBU to vote on behalf of the Luxembourg delegation. This is a system which was not repeated, and is believed by some Commons:Category:Luxembourg Dmoz:Regional Europe Luxembourg Wikipedia:Luxembourg


Memphis, Tennessee

with the Quapaw Indians. In April 1682, they arrived at the mouth of the Mississippi. La Salle eventually returned to Versailles, where he convinced the Minister of the Marine to grant the command of Louisiana to him. He claimed that Louisiana was close to New Spain by drawing a map indicating the Mississippi as much further west than it really is. Cover versions and legacy Over 60 artists have recorded their own version of the song including a not yet established Jackson 5, who first performed the song at their television debut on the ''Miss Black America Pageant'', later recording it for their ''ABC (ABC (album))'' album. Another version was recorded by Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee) soul (Soul music) singer Ann Peebles and saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded an instrumental version on his 1969 album ''Hot Dog (Hot Dog (album))''. *Heathers, in the popular 80s teen movie Heathers, Ram and another of the highschool's football playing students "punch it in" and touch knuckles in the fist bump style. The movie was released in 1988. *Myron Lowery, acting as mayor of Memphis, Tennessee, fist bumped the Dalai Lama during his visit to Memphis. Six people, including two children, were found dead in a Memphis (w:Memphis, Tennessee), Tennessee home in the United States on Monday. Three wounded children were also found at the scene, a 7-year-old boy, a 10-month-old girl and a 4-year-old whose gender was not reported, were sent to Le Bonheur Children's Medical Center (w:Le Bonheur Children's Medical Center). Two were last reported in very critical condition, while the other was in serious condition.


Kenya

accessdate 3 March 2011 archiveurl http: www.webcitation.org 5wuxVUdhV archivedate 3 March 2011 deadurl no The song was placed on authorities' list of online censored materials (Internet censorship in the People's Republic of China). Videos of the song, including at least one from an official event (a 2006 Kenyan students welcome for Chinese president Hu Jintao), have been removed from Chinese websites, and the searches


Philadelphia

singer M.I.A. (M.I.A. (artist)) sampled "Straight to Hell" in her song "Paper Planes" (which like "Straight to Hell" deals with the topic of immigration), and Philadelphia punk rock band The Menzingers covered the song on their album ''A Lesson in the Abuse of Information Technology''. Several folk (folk music) artists have covered the song, including Josh Rouse, Emm Gryner, and Will Kimbrough.


Japan

IT company, named after the river * Alna Sharyo, a Japanese rollingstock (Rolling stock) and tram manufacturer. * Alna, Maine, in the United States Music video The promotional video for "Put 'Em Up" premiered as an MTV Japan Exclusive on June 25, 2003. It was filmed in Kanagawa, Japan and directed by UGICHIN. The video takes place in an automechanic garage. Unlike many of Amuro's videos, it played up the theme of the song including using parts

of the lyrics within it. The routine Amuro and her dancers performed in the video also featured choreographed fighting. Music video The promotional video for "Put 'Em Up" premiered as an MTV Japan Exclusive on June 25, 2003. It was filmed in Kanagawa, Japan and directed by UGICHIN. The video takes place in an automechanic garage. Unlike many of Amuro's videos, it played up the theme of the song including using parts of the lyrics within it. The routine Amuro and her


Russia

;!-- Bot generated title -- BBC Ukraine's 2008 Eurovision song (including videoclip) She came second in the Press Award Eurovision Song Contest Новости www.UMKA.com.ua and won the Artistic Award for her performance.


Italy

on the Eurobeat style of music. Eurobeat is a style of dance music that originates in Italy. They coined a new term, "Okinawan-Euro" to describe "Nirai Kanai" that takes Eurobeat and combines it with traditional Okinawan flavors. MAX took a major role in the production of this song including writing its lyrics and performing some of the music. Unique to this song is the fact that several lines of the song are not in Japanese (Japanese language), but in their native Okinawan


France

commission (committee) in 1967 and institute drug testing at the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, France, and at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico. "Step by Step" has also been covered by other boybands since the band released the song, including Korean boyband DBSK in December 2004, French (France) boyband 2Be3, and Korean group Battle (Battle (Korean band)). File:Mgmorellet.jpg thumb François Morellet, ''Sphere - Matter


United States

Publications), pages 228-9. earlier that year. There are several cover versions of this song, including those by Dolly Parton, Daniel Selby and Smokie (Smokie (band)). Career He was born Randall Van Warmer, in Indian Hills, Colorado. He grew up in Colorado. At the age of 15, three years after the death of his father in an automobile accident, he moved with his mother to Cornwall, England in 1970. In a 1989 interview with "''Release''" ref

. The fad reached the United States in 1938, popularized by Boston-based orchestra-leader Joseph (Joe) Rines, among others. Rines and his band frequently performed in New York, and the dance became especially popular at the "better" night clubs. As with most dance crazes, other well-known orchestras did versions of the song, including Duke Ellington. It was also heard on radio. Total_Cup_Races 495 '''Wendell Oliver Scott''' (August 29, 1921 – December 23, 1990


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