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Volgograd

, ''Lab Band Sets Tour of Russia'', Denton Record-Chronicle (May 16, 1976) While the One O'Clock performed in Soviet cities where no American cultural group had performed, they were met by fans who knew the band from broadcasts by the Voice of America and Radio Free Europe. Willis Conover, jazz host on Voice of America, was a judge at the 1960 Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Festival in 1960. (see music special-collections conover Conover

. Willis Conover, jazz host on Voice of America, was a judge at the 1960 Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Festival in 1960. (seemusic special-collections conover Conover Collection at UNT) The tour group included the first woman band member, Bev Dahlke (now Dahlke-Smith) (baritone sax). Denton Record-Chronicle, pg. 1 (June 1, 1976) **In Libya, International reactions to the Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy#Deaths at least


Greek military junta of 1967–74

in an empty room * sleep deprivation * food deprivation * drink deprivation * brutal beatings * loud sounds According to recent research based on new interviews with survivors, in the period from May to November 1973 this combination of interrogation techniques also included the repetition of songs that were popular hits of the time. Papaeti, Anna (2013). "Music, Torture, Testimony: Reopening the Case of the Greek Military Junta (1967–74)." ''the world of music (special issue


Cancún

-blink-ready-new-years-with-dick.jhtml title Pink, Blink, Busta ready for New Year's Eve with Dick author D'Angelo, Joe work ''MTV'' publisher MTV Networks (Viacom) archiveurl http: www.webcitation.org 5wJUAVZN4 archivedate 2011-02-08 date 2001-12-06 accessdate 2011-01-13 In 2002, Simpson sang "Irresistible" at Rockin' for the USA, a music special honoring the United States Armed Forces. WikiPedia:Cancún Commons:Category:Cancún


Yerevan

at the 1960 Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Festival in 1960. (seemusic special-collections conover Conover Collection at UNT) The tour group included the first woman band member, Bev Dahlke (now Dahlke-Smith) (baritone sax). Denton Record-Chronicle, pg. 1 (June 1, 1976) * 1976 June 3-July 8 — The One O'Clock Lab Band toured the Soviet Union and Portugal – Moscow, Volgograd, and Yerevan – 5

cultural group had performed, they were met by fans who knew the band from broadcasts by the Voice of America and Radio Free Europe. Willis Conover, jazz host on Voice of America, was a judge at the 1960 Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Festival in 1960. (seemusic special-collections conover Conover Collection at UNT) The tour group included the first woman band member, Bev Dahlke (now Dahlke-Smith) (baritone sax). Denton Record-Chronicle, pg. 1


Taipei

of 2007, the pair became Japan's fifth and seventh best-selling albums of the year respectively. In support of ''A Best 2'' and ''Secret'', Hamasaki held the four-month-long ''Tour of Secret'' from March to the end of June. It was her first


Shanghai

; ref Although "Beautiful Days" only had a little over a month to chart before the ''Oricon'' charting period for 2008 ended on December 11, the single managed to climb up to be the tenth best-selling single of the year.

title EXILE dominates 2008 sales rankings publisher Tokyograph date 2008-12-11 Their concert DVD ''Summer Tour 2007 Final Time - Kotoba no Chikara'', released on April 16, also ranked as the second best-selling music DVD of 2008 and ranked sixth place in the general DVD category. ref>


Moscow

: www.library.unt.edu music special-collections conover Conover Collection at UNT ) The tour group included the first woman band member, Bev Dahlke (now Dahlke-Smith) (baritone sax). Denton Record-Chronicle, pg. 1 (June 1, 1976) * 1976 June 3-July 8 — The One O'Clock Lab Band toured the Soviet Union and Portugal – Moscow, Volgograd, and Yerevan – 5 cities, 25 concerts, 77 encores, 82,800 people. The tour was sponsored by the US

broadcasts by the Voice of America and Radio Free Europe. Willis Conover, jazz host on Voice of America, was a judge at the 1960 Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Festival in 1960. (seemusic special-collections conover Conover Collection at UNT) The tour group included the first woman band member, Bev Dahlke (now Dahlke-Smith) (baritone sax). Denton Record-Chronicle, pg. 1 (June 1, 1976) In October 2006, Black and L.A. artist Sheila


Mexico City

America publisher Elevation-Tour.com accessdate 2011-01-21 the band spent the rest of the month promoting the ''Beautiful Garbage'' album in the United States, recording a VH1 ''Behind The Music'' special (for broadcast after the new year) and performing "Breaking Up the Girl" on ''The Tonight Show (The Tonight Show with Jay Leno)'' on December 12. After the ''Daria'' premiere, Interscope re-serviced "Breaking Up the Girl


Portugal

of America and Radio Free Europe. Willis Conover, jazz host on Voice of America, was a judge at the 1960 Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Festival in 1960. (seemusic special-collections conover Conover Collection at UNT) The tour group included the first woman band member, Bev Dahlke (now Dahlke-Smith) (baritone sax). Denton Record-Chronicle, pg. 1 (June 1, 1976) '''Cristóvão da Gama''' (c. 1516 – 29 August 1542) was a Portugal


Japan

! work Oricon Style publisher Oricon accessdate 2007-06-16 language Japanese Work on the record had come to a standstill, during the recording of the song "Houkiboshi", due to a dispute among the group

at the Red and White New Year's Music Special (Kōhaku Uta Gassen) at the end of that same year. '''''Cycas revoluta''''' (the '''sago cycad'''), is a plant native to southern Japan. Though often known by the common name of '''king sago palm''', or just '''sago palm''', it is not a palm (Arecaceae) at all, but a cycad. Men The first two editions of the volleyball Olympic tournament were won by the Soviet Union. Third in 1964 (Volleyball at the 1964 Summer Olympics) and runner-up in 1968 (Volleyball at the 1968 Summer Olympics), Japan won gold in 1972 (Volleyball at the 1972 Summer Olympics). In 1976 (Volleyball at the 1976 Summer Olympics), the introduction of a new offensive skill, the back row attack, helped Poland win the competition over the Soviets in a very tight five-setter. Women The opening edition of the volleyball Olympic tournament, in 1964 (Volleyball at the 1964 Summer Olympics), was won by Japan, the host nation. There followed two victories in a row by the Soviet Union, in 1968 (Volleyball at the 1968 Summer Olympics) and 1972 (Volleyball at the 1972 Summer Olympics). Japan came back again in 1976 (Volleyball at the 1976 Summer Olympics) for one last Olympic gold before losing the status of volleyball superpower. The American-led boycott (1980 Summer Olympics boycott) of the 1980 Games (Volleyball at the 1980 Summer Olympics) left many strong volleyball nations like Japan and South Korea out of the games. As a result, the USSR easily secured a third Olympic gold medal. It was first reported for an occurrence in the Shiromaru Mine, Okutama, Tama district, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto Region, Honshu Island, Japan and approved by the IMA (International Mineralogical Association) in 2003. It has been found in two mines in Italy and one in Japan, for which it was named. '''Akira Yoshizawa''' (吉澤 章 ''Yoshizawa Akira''; 14 March 1911 – 14 March 2005) was a Japanese (Japan) origamist, considered to be the grandmaster of origami. He is credited with raising origami from a craft to a living art. According to his own estimation made in 1989, he created more than 50,000 models, of which only a few hundred designs were presented as diagrams in his 18 books. Yoshizawa acted as an international cultural ambassador for Japan throughout his career. In 1983, Japanese emperor (Emperor of Japan) Hirohito named him to the Order of the Rising Sun, one of the highest honors that can be given to a Japanese citizen. Life Yoshizawa was born on 14 March 1911, in Kaminokawa (Kaminokawa, Tochigi ), Japan, to the family of a dairy farmer. When he was a child, he took pleasure in teaching himself origami. He moved into a factory job in Tokyo when he was 13 years old. His passion for origami was rekindled in his early 20s, when he was promoted from factory worker to technical draftsman. His new job was to teach junior employees geometry. Yoshizawa used the traditional art of origami to understand and communicate geometrical problems. Motorsport Time attack (alternatively known as Super Lap or Tuner Battles) originated in Japan when the tuning media organized the event on race circuits such as Tsukuba Circuit, where it commonly occurs, as a proving ground for street tuned cars built with a large budget by tuning (car tuning) companies. As a result of the quick rise in popularity, tuners developed purpose built cars for the competition, Time Attack FAQ's including HKS (HKS Co., Ltd.) CT230R Lancer Evolution (Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution), with its body made entirely out of carbon fiber. The Lancer Evo is the OEM chassis time attack record holder at Tsukuba. He claims that the depiction of the Caribbean was developed from at least one of Columbus's maps. Hispaniola is depicted with a north-south axis similar to depictions of Japan on maps of the same era. At the time it was widely believed that the east coast of the Americas was in fact that of Asia. Columbus believed that Japan and Hispaniola were actually the same island and Cuba was part of a mainland. The mainland in the extreme northwest is labeled with place-names from Columbus's voyages along the coasts of Cuba. McIntosh claims the map shows double sets of Virgin Islands because Piri Reis took them from two maps. Many of the names of ports and geographic points are found in Columbus's written texts. "Doctor Jones" was released around the world in a number of months, with the first release being in October 1997. Most of the releases would be in November 1997, with it hitting the charts in Japan, Scandinavia and mainland Europe in that month. December 1997 saw the Australian release achieve a successful chart placing at No. 1 for 7 consecutive weeks, before the song made its impact in the UK (United Kingdom) in February of the following year. The film was a co-production by companies from both Japan and France. The producers stipulated that one main character must be French and the other Japanese, and also required that the film be shot in both countries employing film crews comprising technicians from each. zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


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