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Northern England

for Uptown Records, a subsidiary of Capitol (Capitol Records) EMI (EMI Records). Included among these was another Cobb-written song, "Tainted Love". Marc Almond of the duo (duet (music)) Soft Cell, whose cover version of "Tainted Love" reached #1 (chart-topper) worldwide, originally heard the song in a nightclub in Northern England. So strong was Jones's following there that she was proclaimed the "Northern Queen of Soul." ref name "


Auckland

-written song to be the lead single for the third film of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. The soundtrack (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (soundtrack))'s lead single "Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)" was released on 17 May. Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland


Greece

Love ", which came third. She returned to Eurovision in 2005 (Eurovision Song Contest 2005), performing her self-written song "Angel (Angel (Chiara song))", giving her second place after Greece's Elena Paparizou. She returned to Eurovision once again in 2009 (Eurovision Song Contest 2009) with "What If We", composed by Belgian (Belgium) songwriters Marc Paelinck and Gregory Bilsen, which placed only 22nd, with 31 points received.

.). He has had a long career in journalism, excelling as an interviewer, has written song lyrics, and has scripted several films, notably director Giorgos Panousopoulos' ''"Love Me Not?"'' and ''"Athens Blues"''. Athens Blues His adaptations of Euripides' ''"Medea"'' and Herondas (Herodas)' ''"Mimiamboi"'' have been stage-produced by the State Theater of Norway and the Greek National Theater, respectively. He was also a water polo goalkeeper for the Nautical Club of Vouliagmeni. Sotiris Kakisis: The poet who loves Water Polo * 1829: begins attendance at the architectural class at the Royal Academy schools * 1832–4: sets out on a Grand Tour to the Continent, travelling first to Italy and Greece (where he meets the architect, Jules Goury) then continuing with Goury to Egypt and Turkey before arriving at Granada in southern Spain where they complete a detailed analysis of the Islamic decoration at the Alhambra Palace * 1834: Goury dies of cholera at the Alhambra. Jones returns to London and issues Plans, Elevations, Sections and Details of the Alhambra in twelve parts between 1836 and 1845, pioneering new standards in chromolithography ''Body-for-Life'' hit bookstores in 1999 and by 2003 it had sold 3.5 million copies in 24 languages. The book topped the charts in 11 different countries-including the United States, England, Japan, Australia, Greece and Finland. In 2004 ''USA Today'' named it among the Top 15 bestselling books of the past decade. "Transformation: Body for Life" Interview with Bill Phillips Career Agueh began his career with Lille (Lille OSC) and signed on July 1, 1998 for Luton Town F.C.. He played one year with Luton Town F.C. and signed than in July 1999 to Jupiler League (Belgian First Division) club FC Denderleeuw EH (F.C. Verbroedering Dender E.H.). After two years with FC Denderleeuw EH (F.C. Verbroedering Dender E.H.) in the Jupiler League (Belgian First Division), joined back to France, who signed with Saint-Marcellin (FC Saint-Marcel) in summer 2001. Agueh played one season here and signed with Championnat National club ASOA Valence. After three years with Valence (ASOA Valence), signed 2005 for Acharnaikos F.C.. In Greece played eight games in the Gamma Ethniki and signed in July 2006 with RFC Tournai for his second time in Belgium. He played eleven games for RFC Tournai in the Jupiler League (Belgian First Division) in the 2006 2007 season, after the end of the season signed on 1 July 2007 with Ligue 2 club FC Gueugnon. Maxime Agueh - statistiques buts et transfert de Maxime Agueh on www.footmercato.net That the Goths should have gone "to the land of the Greeks" is consistent with their first appearance in classical sources: Eusebius of Caesarea reported that they devastated "Macedonia, Greece, the Pontus, and Asia (Asia (Roman province))" in 263. '''Dimitra Liani''' ( Commons:Category:Greece Wikipedia:Greece Dmoz:Regional Europe Greece


Taiwan

As Taiwan is majority Han Chinese, traditional Chinese festivals are celebrated in Taiwan. Among the most notable are: *'''Chinese New Year''' (春節). This is the most important festival for the Taiwanese and many shops and restaurants close on the first three days so it is not an ideal time to visit. However, the days leading up to the festival as well as the fourth to fifteenth days are ideal for soaking up the atmosphere and listening to Chinese New Year songs. *'''Tomb Sweeping Day''' (Ching Ming Festival, 清明節). This is when many Taiwanese would pay respects at their ancestors' graves. *'''Dragon Boat Festival''' (端午節). This festival honors Qu Yuan, a patriotic official from the state of Chu during the Warring States period of Chinese history who committed suicide by jumping into a river when Chu was conquered by Qin. To prevent the fishes from eating his body, villagers threw rice dumplings into the river to feed the fishes and rowed dragon boats with drums being beaten on them to scare away the fishes. Since then, dragon boat racing has been carried out on this day and rice dumplings are also eaten. *'''Hungry Ghost Festival''' (Ghost Month, 中元節). This festival runs throughout the seventh month of the Chinese calendar. It is believed that the gates of hell open during this period and hungry ghosts are allowed to roam freely into our world. In order to appease the ghosts and prevent misfortune, many Taiwanese will offer food and burn joss paper for them. In addition, traditional Chinese performances such as Chinese opera and puppet shows are held to appease these wandering spirits. *'''Mid-Autumn Festival''' (Moon Festival, 中秋節). Legend has it that on this day, a woman known as Chang E swallowed some divine pills to prevent her power hungry husband from becoming immortal. Afraid of being killed by her husband, she fled to the moon and it is believed that the moon shines brightest on this day. This is when many lanterns will be put up for decoration in various parks


New Zealand

recorded the songs "Young, Free & Happy", "Extraordinary Love", "Summer Daze", "If That's What It Takes", "Last Goodbye" and "You Can Run But You Can't Hide". The band recorded the Alison Clarkson (aka Betty Boo, now in WigWam) co-written song, "Pure and Simple", before ITV's Popstars winners Hear’Say. The '''Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security


Norway

for their new ship accordingly. As a result the Silja Karneval was confusingly renamed MS ''Color Festival''. Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway


Japan

;If That's What It Takes", "Last Goodbye" and "You Can Run But You Can't Hide". The band recorded the Alison Clarkson (aka Betty Boo, now in WigWam) co-written song, "Pure and Simple", before ITV's Popstars winners Hear’Say. Journalism career From 1945 to 1947, Pollard lived in post-war Japan working as a sports editor for the armed forces newspaper there. He returned to Sydney briefly, then moved to England, where he worked


India

But You Can't Hide". The band recorded the Alison Clarkson (aka Betty Boo, now in WigWam) co-written song, "Pure and Simple", before ITV's Popstars winners Hear’Say. The '''bronzed frog''' ('''''Hylarana temporalis''''') is a species of true frog found in the riparian evergreen forests of the Western Ghats, India and the highlands of Southwestern Sri Lanka. They are found abundantly on or close to the ground near water. Individuals


Australia

; Albums" the album release was cancelled in Britain. It was, however, still released in Australia, New Zealand, India and Japan. The band also recorded the songs "Young, Free & Happy", "Extraordinary Love", "Summer Daze", "If That's What It Takes", "Last Goodbye" and "You Can Run But You Can't Hide". The band recorded the Alison Clarkson (aka Betty Boo, now in WigWam) co-written song, " Pure


United States

Peninsula region in winter. In addition, he has written songs for others — notably the Small Faces' #3 UK hit, "Sha-La-La-La-Lee", with the American (United States) songwriter, Mort Shuman. Lynch also wrote a couple of other songs from the Small Faces' 1966 debut album (Small Faces (1966 album)), "You'd Better Believe It" (co-written with Jerry Ragavoy) and "Sorry She's Mine". ref name "AMG" >


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