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Nerja

of Andalusia in southern Spain. It belongs to the comarca of La Axarquía. It is on the country's southern Mediterranean coast, about 50 km east of Málaga. Under Muslim rule, its name was ''Narixa'', which means "abundant source" and is the origin of the current name. In Nerja was recorded during 1979 and 1980 the famous television series Verano azul. History Nerja has a long history, evidenced by the primitive paintings found in its famous


Puerto Rico

television commercials in Puerto Rico's history. The publicity surrounding the commercial landed her in a front page article in The Wall Street Journal in June 1983 entitled ''A Onetime Choirgirl Rules as Sex Goddess On Puerto Rican TV''. The ad employed a play on words between the English word '''coolant''' and Spanish '''culon''' which means large derrière. *Northern Marianas Islands - Scouting in the Northern Mariana Islands - Aloha Council of the Boy Scouts of America *Puerto Rico - Puerto Rico Council (Scouting in Puerto Rico) of the Boy Scouts of America *United States Virgin Islands - Virgin Islands Council (Scouting in the United States Virgin Islands) of the Boy Scouts of America In parts of Central America yerba buena often refers to ''Mentha citrata'', a true mint sometimes called "bergamot mint" with a strong citrus-like aroma that is used medicinally and as a cooking herb and tea. In Cuba, yerba buena generally refers to ''Mentha nemorosa (Mentha)'', a popular plant also known as large apple mint, foxtail mint, hairy mint, woolly mint or, simply, Cuban mint. In Puerto Rico a close relative of traditional culinary savory, ''Satureja viminea (Satureja)'', is sometimes used. In Peru the name is sometimes applied to a shrubby aromatic marigold, ''Tagetes minuta (Tagetes)'' also known as huacatay (Peruvian cuisine) or "black mint"; in this case, despite some similarities of flavor, the herb in question is in the Sunflower family (Compositae) and is quite unrelated to any of the mints or mint-relatives with which it shares a name. Commons:Category:Puerto Rico WikiPedia:Puerto Rico Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Puerto Rico

2001 pageant. '''Iris Chacón''' (born March 7, 1950 in Puerto Rico) is a dancer, singer, and entertainer. She enjoys great popularity in Puerto Rico (where she had a weekly variety show for more than a decade) and in other Latin American countries, as well as such U.S. locales as New York, Miami, and Los Angeles. In 1982, AMCAR, Inc. hired her for a television commercial about Amalie Oil's automobile coolant products, which became one of the most famous


Hollywood

and Martin's Laugh-In '', offered Jiminy a pilot episode deal for a daytime talk show that Jiminy accepted and started at the Beverly Garland 'Motel' as opposed to the Beverly-Garland Hotel. And, as Jiminy has said, "''that's how it all started!''" On ''The Martin Short Show'' In the show, Glick is a famous television interviewer who has been around Hollywood for a long time. Despite this, he remains laughably ignorant about pop culture and most entertainment news, though he


Brazil

and Oswaldo Cruz (Oswaldo Cruz (Rio de Janeiro)). Bento Ribeiro owes its name to Bento Manuel Ribeiro Carneiro Monteiro, mayor of Rio de Janeiro between 1910 and 1914. It is the birthplace of the professional football (association football) player Ronaldo (Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima) and the place where the famous television host Xuxa lived in her childhood. Also, there is a large minority of German descendants living in the department of Itapúa (Itapúa Department), mainly


Australia

into religion and other issues. His more famous television segments include turning the tables on tabloid current affairs host Ray Martin (Ray Martin (television presenter)) by arriving unannounced at his house in ''John Safran: Media Tycoon'' (an early pilot for a TV series), having a fatwa temporarily placed on Rove McManus to satirize the fatwa process and sneaking nine young men into an exclusive Melbourne nightclub by disguising them as members of United States American


United States

by a dog named Gidget. Taco was another Chihuahua and was a stand-in for Gidget. '''''That Was Then''''' is an American (United States) drama series (Dramatic programming) that was broadcast on ABC (American Broadcasting Company) in 2002. '''John Safran''' (born 13 August 1972) is an Australian documentary maker (Documentary film) and radio broadcaster, known for combining humour with explorations into religion and other issues. His more famous television segments include

, ''The Oprah Winfrey Show'', a worldwide famous television show, invited Zhang Liangying (Jane Zhang), who ranked 3rd overall in the 2005 contest, to make an American (United States) television singing debut. The subtitle of the show was "The World's Got Talent" and Zhang Liangying (Jane Zhang) was the only East Asian singer in the show.

as a "cartoon" intended to advertise the product to people below the legal smoking age. Under pressure from various anti-smoking groups, the Federal Trade Commission, and the U.S. Congress (Congress of the United States), Camel ended the campaign on July 10, 1997. In the United States, in the 1950s and 1960s, cigarette brands were frequently sponsors of television programs. One of the most famous television jingles of the era came from an advertisement for Winston


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