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time British Open (Open Championship) champion Peter Thomson (Peter Thomson (golfer)) used to stop over in India on his way from Australia to Europe, and he won the Indian Open in 1964, 1966 and 1976. Major Billoo Sethi, an amateur, was the first Indian to win this tournament in 1965. In 1970 the Indian Open became part of the Asian Golf Circuit, the predecessor of the Asian Tour. In 1991 Ali Sher a professional golfer won the Indian Open, which made professional golf a much more

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of the series. The movie was dubbed as a video special and was a test to see how a release with an in-house voice production would do. However, while the film was dubbed uncut, the original opening was replaced with the current English opening and was placed at the very beginning of the film even though the opening originally played about thirty seconds into the movie. The original closing was also altered to fit a very short list of English credits. However, unlike the previous dub

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, peaking at number thirty-nine on the Billboard Dance Club Play Chart in 1994. "Confide in Me" won three ARIA Music Awards in Australia for Best Selling Australian Single, Best Video and Best Selling Australian Dance Track in 1994. The song also placed seventh for Best Single and third for Best Video at the 1994 Smash Hits Awards. Chart performance In Australia, the single peaked at number one and remained on top of the singles chart for five weeks, becoming

, Australia, United Kingdom, and the Netherlands and the top forty elsewhere in countries like Germany, New Zealand, Ireland, France, and Belgium. The song remains Mýa's biggest success to date. "Free (Free (Mýa song))", the third and final single from the album was a disco-funk dance (Dance music) track helmed by legendary producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. The song was originally featured on the soundtrack to Jamie Foxx's movie ''Bait (Bait (2000 film))'' before being added to the re-release of ''Fear of Flying''. On the charts however, the track underperformed in the United States but became a success internationally reaching the top twenty and five in United Kingdom and Australia. Fourth track "Pussycats" is a nursery rhyme-influenced song produced by Wyclef Jean and Jerry Duplessis. Again & Again is the album's fifth track. The song was produced by Swedish (Swedish people) duo Bag & Arnthor with additional production from Damon Elliott and Mýa herself. It incorporates elements of rock music. The She'kspere-produced "How You Gonna Tell Me" is the album's sixth track. Written by Kevin Briggs, Kandi Burruss and Mýa; the song itself tells the story of how people do not practice what they preach. "Grandma Says" is the album's seventh track and first skit (sketch comedy) of one. The skit (sketch comedy) is produced by Chucky Thompson and features comedian Chris Thomas as Mýa's grandma. Track eight, "Takin Me Over", was produced by R&B soul (Soul music) singer Robin Thicke and features Lefteye of TLC (TLC (band)). "The Best of Me (The Best of Me (Mýa song))", the album's leading single was produced by Swizz Beatz. The song itself tells the story of about not letting the heat of the moment get to you, whether you are in a relationship or not. The single underperformed, reaching number fifty in the United States on the ''Billboard Hot 100''. "Lie Detector", another Wyclef Jean and Jerry Duplessis-produced track and the tenth song on the album incorporates elements of reggae music. "Fear of Flying", the album's first ballad and eleventh track was produced by Jerome "Knobody" Foster and written by Teron Beal and Derrick Thompson. The song itself tells the story of a relationship being compared to likes of a person's fear to fly unaware of the possible outcomes. "Fear of Flying" is the album's twelfth track and an interlude (Break (music)). The interlude is produced by Chucky Thompson and features Mya reciting poetry. "Now or Never" is a mid-tempo track produced by soul singer Robin Thicke and incorporates elements of 1970s soul music. "Man In My Life", the album's second ballad and fourteenth track. The song is a remake of Michael Jackson's "Lady In My Life" off his 1982's biggest-selling album ''Thriller (Thriller (album))''. "Can't Believe" is the album's third ballad and fifteenth track. The track was produced by Soulshock & Karlin and written by Anthem. The Rodney Jerkins-produced "That's Why I Wanna Fight" is the album's sixteenth track. Written by Rodney Jerkins, Lashawn Daniels, and Fred Jerkins; the song was considered a single at one point by Mýa's record label Interscope. "Ride & Shake" is a bouncy uptempo song and the album's seventeenth track. The song was produced by Anthony Dent and written by Tamara Savage. "Get Over" is an outro and the album's final track. It was produced by Chucky Thompson and features Mýa singing and saying her thank yous. Musical Content Introduced by the words of Mýa telling her listeners to Turn It Up, ''Fear of Flying'' opens with second single "Case of the Ex". One of many uptempo recordings on the album, the lyrics were inspired by Tricky Stewart's writing partner Traci Hale and produced by Tricky Stewart. The song itself tells the story of an ex lover who will not go away. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia

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. In the 1810s, George William Evans, Government Surveyor, reported on the Berry district as a possible settlement and on the good stands of red cedar. Subsequently, itinerant timber cutters visited to cut and send cedar to Sydney. Alexander Berry, with his business partner Edward Wollstonecraft, pioneered European settlement in the Shoalhaven region in 1822. The locality was known as Broughton Creek from its beginning in 1825 as a private town and part of a large rural grant holding called ' Coolangatta


of the Australian species can also scurry after prey on the ground, which is quite unusual behaviour for such aerial animals. Biography Ames was born in Easton, Massachusetts, the son of Oliver Ames, Sr., a blacksmith who had built a business of making shovels and became nicknamed "King of Spades". Modern Marvels television program; episode "Construction Machines." Originally aired February 22, 2001. In his youth, he obtained

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) - Rob Elliott Australia ''Wheel of Fortune (Wheel of Fortune (Australian game show))'' - - Larry Emdur Australia ''The Price Is Right (The Price Is Right (Australian game show))'', ''Cash Bonanza'', ''Family Double Dare (Double Dare (1986 game show)#International versions)'', ''The Main Event (The Main Event (game show))'', ''Wheel of Fortune (Wheel of Fortune (Australian game show))'' - - Greg Evans (television host) Greg Evans

'' - - Adam Hills Australia ''Spicks and Specks (Spicks and Specks (TV series))'' (2005-present) - - Tom Jennings Australia ''Double Dare (Double Dare (1986 game show)#International versions)'' - - Tony Johnston Australia ''My Generation'', ''Time Masters'', ''Wipeout (Wipeout (1999 Australian game show))'' - - Kimberley Joseph Australia ''Gladiators (Gladiators (Australian TV series))'' - - Graham Kennedy

Australia ''Blankety Blanks'' - - Kerri-Anne Kennerley Australia ''Greed (Greed (game show)#International versions of the show)'' (2000) - - Fiona McDonald Australia ''It's a Knockout'' - - Ian McFadyen Australia ''Cluedo (Cluedo (game show)#Australian version (1992-1993))'' (1992) - - Eddie McGuire Australia ''Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (Australian game show))'' (1999–2006, 2007), ''1 vs. 100 (1 vs. 100 (Australian game show))'' (2007–2008), ''Millionaire: Hot Seat (Millionaire Hot Seat)'' (2009–present) - - Todd McKenney Australia ''You May Be Right (You May Be Right (game show))'' (2006-) - - Scott McRae Australia ''Vidiot'' (1994), ''Now You See It'', ''Download (Download (TV series))'' - - Mike Meade Australia ''Now You See It'' - - Bert Newton Australia ''New Faces (New Faces (Australian talent show))'', ''Superquiz'', ''Bert's Family Feud'' (2006) - - Andrew O'Keefe Australia ''Deal or No Deal (Deal or No Deal (Australian game show))'' (2004–present) - - James O'Neill Australia ''Hot Streak'' - - Steve Oemcke Australia ''Wheel of Fortune (Wheel of Fortune (Australian game show))'' - - Aaron Pedersen Australia ''Gladiators (Gladiators (Australian TV series))'' - - Ed Phillips Australia ''Temptation (Temptation (Australian game show))'' (2005–2008), ''Battle of the Sexes (Battle of the Sexes (radio contest))'', ''Pot of Gold'' - - Charlie Pickering Australia ''Cash Cab'' - - Michael Pope Australia ''Blockbusters (Blockbusters (UK game show)#Other countries)'' - - Simon Reeve (Simon Reeve (Australian television presenter)) Australia ''Quiz Master'', ''It's Academic (It's Academic (Australian game show))'' (2006) - - Glenn Ridge Australia ''Sale of the Century (Sale of the Century (Australian game show))'' (1991–2001) - - Ernie Sigley Australia ''Wheel of Fortune (Wheel of Fortune (Australian game show))'' (1981–1984) - - Billy J. Smith Australia ''It's a Knockout'' - - Daryl Somers Australia ''Family Feud (Family Feud (1977-1996 Australian game show))'' (1980–1984), ''Blankety Blanks'' (1985) - - Dougal Stevenson Australia and New Zealand ''The Krypton Factor (The Krypton Factor#Other versions)'' - - Sandra Sully (Sandra Sully (journalist)) Australia ''Australia's Brainiest Kid (Australia's Brainiest)'' (2005–present) - - Red Symons Australia ''Shafted (Shafted#Australia)'' (2002) - - Ian Turpie Australia ''The Price Is Right (The Price Is Right (Australian game show))'', ''Press Your Luck'', ''Supermarket Sweep'' - Mal Walden Australia ''Jeopardy (International versions of Jeopardy!)'' - - Mike Whitney Australia ''Gladiators (Gladiators (Australian TV series))'', ''Who Dares Wins (Who Dares Wins (game show))'' - - Richard Wilkins (Richard Wilkins (TV presenter)) Australia ''Keynotes'' (1992–93) - - Tania Zaetta Australia ''Who Dares Wins (Who Dares Wins (game show))'' - Early years Gajdusek's father, Karol Gajdusek, was from Büdöskö, Kingdom of Hungary, now Smrdáky, Slovakia and was an ethnic Slovak who was a butcher. His maternal grandparents, ethnic Hungarians of the Calvinist faith (Calvinism), emigrated from Debrecen, Hungary. Gajdusek was born in Yonkers, New York, and graduated in 1943 from the University of Rochester, where he studied physics, biology, chemistry and mathematics. He obtained an M.D. (Doctor of Medicine) from Harvard University in 1946 and performed postdoctoral research at Columbia University, the California Institute of Technology, and Harvard. In the early 1950s, Gajdusek was drafted into the military as a research virologist (Virology) at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia

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'''The Casanovas''' are an Australian rock band, based in Melbourne. They were formed in 1999 by brothers Tommy and Patrick Boyce, along with Jimmy Lewis. '''''Mallotus''''' is a genus of the spurge family Euphorbiaceae. 2 species are found in tropical Africa and Madagascar. About 140 species are found in East (East Asia) and Southeast Asia and from Indomalaysia to New Caledonia

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;Neslo" (combined with Nescafe powdered coffee). In Japan, Milo is marketed as a canned energy drink, available in vending machines. In Hong Kong, Milo is served in Cha chaan teng. History Related variations of the name Corcoran historically include ''MacCorcoran'', ''O'Corcoran'', and ''Corcorran''. The sept called MacCorcoran was of some importance in the Ely O'Carroll country. The Corcorans hailed from Fermanagh and included a number of figures of historical importance such as the Bishop of Clogher in 1370 and Edmund O'Corcoran, "the hero of Limerick" (from the siege of 1691 (Siege of Limerick (1691))). Grenham, John: "Clans and Families of Ireland: The Heritage and Heraldry of Irish Clans and Families", Gill & Macmillan Ltd The surname Corcoran is found in Ireland, England, Wales, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States (U.S.). Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia

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, which was adapted into a motion picture of the same name (30 Days of Night (film)). As well as being nominated for multiple Eisner Awards four years in a row for his comic work, 2005-2008 as well as a 2008 International Horror Guild Award for ''The Nightmare Factory''. He has also created book covers, movie posters, trading cards, and concept work for film. Although Australia was remote from the main battlefronts, there was considerable '''Axis (Axis powers) naval activity


'''Australia''' is an Oceanian country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent (Australia (continent)), the island of Tasmania, and numerous smaller islands (list of islands of Australia). It is the world's sixth-largest country by total area (List of countries and dependencies by area). Neighbouring countries include Indonesia, East Timor and Papua New Guinea to the north; the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu to the north-east; and New Zealand to the south-east.

For at least 40,000 years who spoke languages grouped into roughly 250 language groups (Australian Aboriginal languages). Walsh, Michael (1991) "Overview of indigenous languages of Australia" in Suzane Romaine (ed.) ''Language in Australia'', Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0-521-33983-9. After the European discovery of the continent by Dutch (Dutch Republic) explorers in 1606, Australia's eastern half was claimed by Great Britain (Kingdom of Great Britain) in 1770 and initially settled through penal transportation to the colony of New South Wales from 26 January 1788. The population grew steadily in subsequent decades; the continent was explored and an additional five self-governing crown colonies were established.

On 1 January 1901, the six colonies federated (Federation of Australia), forming the Commonwealth of Australia. Since Federation, Australia has maintained a stable liberal democratic (liberal democracy) political system that functions as a federal (Federalism) parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy comprising six states and several territories (States and territories of Australia). The population of 23.6 million is highly urbanised (Urbanization) and heavily concentrated in the eastern states (Eastern states of Australia) and on the coast.

Australia is a developed country and one of the wealthiest in the world, with the world's 12th-largest economy (List of countries by GDP (nominal)). In 2012 Australia had the world's fifth-highest per capita income (List of countries by GDP (nominal) per capita). Data refer mostly to the year 2012. World Economic Outlook Database-October 2013, International Monetary Fund. Accessed on 8 October 2013. Australia's military expenditure is the world's 13th-largest (List of countries by military expenditures). With the second-highest human development index globally (List of countries by Human Development Index), Australia ranks highly (International rankings of Australia) in many international comparisons of national performance, such as quality of life, health, education, economic freedom, and the protection of civil liberties and political rights. Australia is a member of the United Nations, G20 (G-20 major economies), Commonwealth of Nations, ANZUS, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), World Trade Organization, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, and the Pacific Islands Forum.

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