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2019–20 Happy Valley AA season

The 2019–20 season is Happy Valleys 50th season in the top-tier division in Hong Kong football. Happy Valley will compete in the Premier League, Senior Challenge Shield, FA Cup and Sapling Cup this season.

                                               

Rettai Roja (TV series)

Rettai Roja is a Tamil language drama airing on Zee Tamil. It premiered on 12 August 2019. The show stars Shivani Narayanan, Akshay Kamal and Karan Sagar.

                                               

Wie is de Mol? (Dutch season 17)

The 17th season of the Dutch TV series Wie is de Mol? aired in the winter of 2017. Art Rooijakkers returned to host the season. The season took place in the state of Oregon in the United States. The season premiered on January 7, 2017. The Live F ...

                                               

Happy Ending (TV series)

Happy Ending is a 2012 South Korean television series starring Choi Min-soo, Shim Hye-jin and Lee Seung-yeon. It aired on JTBC from April 23 to July 16, 2012.

                                               

Infinite Discs

Infinite Discs is an American disc golf equipment retail company based in Logan, Utah. The company also maintains a disc golf scorekeeping app, a course directory, a round tracking website, and a line of discs.

                                               

Donar (disambiguation)

Donar is an Old High German name for Thor, the Norse thunder god. Donar may also refer to: a version of the Artillery Gun Module, a German self-propelled howitzer Donar Fluctus, an area of lava flow on Jupiters moon Io a character in the Starz TV ...

                                               

Charles Ward (cricketer, born 1838)

Charles Bruce Ward was an English first-class cricketer and clergyman. The son of The Reverend Charles Ward, he was born in November 1838 at Maulden, Bedfordshire. He was educated at Brighton College, before going up to Oriel College, Oxford. Whi ...

                                               

Peter Coutts (cricketer)

Peter John Charles Coutts was a New Zealand cricketer who played first-class cricket for Central Districts and Wellington from 1958 to 1973. Coutts was a right-handed opening batsman. After three unsuccessful matches for Central Districts in 1958 ...

                                               

2000 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group III – Zone A

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2000. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Th ...

                                               

2000 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group IV – Zone B

The Europe/Africa Zone was one of the three zones of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2000. In the Europe/Africa Zone there were four different tiers, called groups, in which teams competed against each other to advance to the upper tier. Th ...

                                               

Chris Searle (cricketer)

Christopher James Searle is an English first-class cricketer. Searle was born at Frimley in December 1998. He was educated at Hampton School, before going up to Worcester College, Oxford to study geography. While studying at Oxford, he made his d ...

                                               

DBF

DBF may refer to: Distributed feedback laser – a type of a laser Oracle tablespace filename extension Design/Build/Fly aircraft design competition Distributed Bellman-Ford, a Distance-vector routing protocol dBf, decibels above a femtowatt, a uni ...

                                               

Synd iNNOVATE

Synd iNNOVATE 2019 was the National Leven Hackathon conducted by Syndicate Bank in September 2019 to encourage Innovation in Banking Industry. It attracted more than 3.500 ideas from applicants from all over India out of which final 40 teams were ...

                                               

Skunk 11

The Skunk 11 is a Canadian utility dinghy that can be rowed, used as a motorboat, fishing boat or as a sailing dinghy. It was designed by Hubert Vandestadt and first built in 1969.

                                               

Arlene Buckneberg Ydstie

Arlene Buckneberg Ydstie is an American composer, organist, and choral conductor. A native of Larson, North Dakota, she received a B.A. from Concordia College, where she studied choral conducting with Paul J. Christiansen. She married Richard Yds ...

                                               

Points system

Points system may refer to: List of FIM World Championship points scoring systems Point system driving, where penalty or demerit points are accrued for traffic offences List of motorsports points scoring systems List of Formula One World Champion ...

                                               

Modern Anxiety

Modern Anxiety is the second studio album by Australian singer and songwriter Josef Salvat. It was released on 15 May 2020 through Sony Music, succeeding his 2016 debut album Night Swim.

                                               

Andy Neil (racing driver)

Andy Neil, also known as Annie or Innes, was a prominent motor rally racing driver from Glasgow, Scotland. She learned to drive from running her Dad’s pig farm and her sister, Chrissie Neil joined her as navigator after she had also passed her dr ...

                                               

Chrissie Neil

Chrissie Neil was a prominent motor rally racing driver from Glasgow, Scotland. Chrissie Neil followed her sister, Andy Neil into motor racing, acting as her as navigator once she had passed her driving test. The two sisters were able to procure ...

                                               

Health Protection (Coronavirus, Business Closure) (England) Regulations 2020

The Health Protection Regulations 2020 is a statutory instrument enacted at 2pm on 21 March 2020 by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It enforced the closure in England of busin ...

                                               

National Fitness Council

The National Fitness Council in the UK was a government organisation to promote fitness set up according to the Physical Training and Recreation Act, 1937. The Secretary was Lionel Ellis. The National Fitness Council consisted of an Advisory Comm ...

                                               

Lenox Hill (TV series)

Lenox Hill is a documentary web television series that was developed by Ruthie Shatz and Adi Barash which premiered on Netflix on June 10, 2020. The premise mainly revolves around the lives of four medical professionals in the areas of neurosurge ...

                                               

Clan na Gael (disambiguation)

The Clan na Gael was an Irish republican organization in the United States. Clan na Gael may also refer to: Clan na Gael GAA Armagh, a Gaelic Athletic Association club in Armagh Clann na nGael GAA Tyrone, a Gaelic Athletic Association club in Tyr ...

                                               

Akron Zips mens basketball statistical leaders

The Akron Zips mens basketball statistical leaders are individual statistical leaders of the Akron Zips mens basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. Within those areas, the lists identify ...

                                               

Craig Foster (disambiguation)

Craig Foster is an Australian former association footballer and current commentator. Craig Foster may also refer to: Craig Foster, commander of VIP Protection Unit Craig Foster Batman Beyond in List of DC Comics characters: C Craig Foster, a char ...

                                               

NHR

NHR may refer to: Newman/Haas Racing, a motor racing team competing in the IndyCar Series Northumberland Hospital Radio, a UK Registered Charity providing a radio broadcasting service to NHS hospitals in Northumberland and North Tyneside National ...

                                               

2 Kings 18

2 Kings 18 is the eighteenth chapter of the second part of the Books of Kings in the Hebrew Bible or the Second Book of Kings in the Old Testament of the Christian Bible. The book is a compilation of various annals recording the acts of the kings ...

                                               

Antje Koopmans

Koopmans lived in Oosterwolde, Friesland. In the winter of 1940/1941 she became champion of the province Groningen. On 7 January 1941 she became Dutch national champion kortebaanschaatsen, in Groningen. In the final she beat Sietske Pasveer. The ...

                                               

Gutter cleaner

The common usage of the word is referenced to the several different types of equipment that are used to clean the gutter and sewage systems on a community or industrial level. Modern gutter cleaners might even be telescopic in functionality with ...

                                               

Tim Burke

Tim Burke may refer to: Tim Burke biathlete born 1982, American biathlete Tim Burke visual effects supervisor born 1965 Tim Burke gridiron football, American football coach Tim Burke ice hockey born 1955, American ice hockey player/coach Tim Burk ...

                                               

Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band: 50th Anniversary Edition

Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band: 50th Anniversary Edition is an expanded reissue of the 1967 album Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band by the English rock band the Beatles. It was released on 26 May 2017, the albums 50th anniversary. It inc ...

                                               

1966 Rice Owls football team

The 1966 Rice Owls football team represented Rice University during the 1966 NCAA University Division football season. In its 27th and final season under head coach Jess Neely, the team compiled a 2–8 record, finished last in the conference, and ...

                                               

2010 Maldivian Second Division Football Tournament

From each group, the top three teams will be advanced for the league round. Police Club, Club Eagles and United Victory advanced to the league round from Group A. L.T. Sports Club, Dhivehi Sifainge Club and Red Line Club advanced from Group B.

                                               

1993 Big South Conference Baseball Tournament

The 1993 Big South Conference Baseball Tournament was the postseason baseball tournament for the Big South Conference, held from May 13–16, 1993 at Charles Watson Stadium home field of Coastal Carolina in Conway, South Carolina. The top six finis ...

                                               

Curon

Curon is an Italian supernatural drama television series created by Ezio Abbate, Ivano Fachin, Giovanni Galassi, and Tommaso Matano for Netflix. The series stars Valeria Bilello and Luca Lionello. The first seven-episode season premiered on 10 Ju ...

                                               

March Madness (disambiguation)

March Madness may refer to: NCAA March Madness TV program, the branding used for television coverage of the mens college basketball tournament March Mammal Madness, a March Madness style bracket pitting non-human mammals against each other instea ...

                                               

Lidia Marchetti

Lidia Marchetti was an Italian basketball player. She played at the Serie A1 with her Club Atletico Faenza Pallacanestro. She was part of the women’s Italian National Team playing 33 matches. During her career, her average score was usually over ...

                                               

1967 Temple Owls football team

The 1967 Temple Owls football team was an American football team that represented Temple University as a member of the Middle Atlantic Conference during the 1967 NCAA University Division football season. In its eighth season under head coach Geor ...

                                               

Spygate

Spygate may refer to: Spygate NFL, the disciplining of the New England Patriots for unauthorized videotaping of an opposing teams hand signals during the 2007 season Spygate conspiracy theory, allegations that a spy was embedded in Donald Trumps ...

                                               

John Bullock

John Dwight Bullock, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly John Bullock MP for Tamworth, see Tamworth UK Parliament constituency John Bullock 1731-1809, MP for Maldon, Steyning and Essex John Bullock died 1740, MP for Maldon UK Parliament consti ...

                                               

St. Margrethen–Lauterach line

The St. Margrethen–Lauterach line is a 9.580-kilometre long, single-track, electrified railway line in the Lake Constance region. It connects St. Margrethen station in the Swiss canton of St. Gallen with the Lauterach Nord junction in the Austria ...

                                               

1968 Rice Owls football team

The 1968 Rice Owls football team represented Rice University during the 1968 NCAA University Division football season. In its second season under head coach Bo Hagan, the team compiled a 0–9–1 record, finished last in the conference, and was outs ...

                                               

F60

Shenyang F60, a Chinese mid-size fifth generation fighter Farman F.60 Goliath, a 1919 French airliner

                                               

Songgot: The Piercer

Songgot: The Piercer is a 2015 South Korean television series starring Ji Hyun-woo and Ahn Nae-sang. Based on the webtoon Awl by Choi Kyu-seok, which is itself based on a true story that took place in 2007, the series aired on JTBC from October 2 ...

                                               

Jittery

Jittery may refer to: Live at Jittery Joes was an album released in 2001 by Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel to battle the high prices of bootlegs on eBay Jittery Jester is the 88th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series J ...

                                               

Wallaroo (disambiguation)

A wallaroo is a medium-sized marsupial found in Australia. It can also be: HMS Wallaroo 1890, a Pearl class cruiser active off Australia before World War I The "Wallaroos", the Australia womens national rugby union team Wallaroo, a Sydney K-class ...

                                               

Paul Fisher

Paul Fisher may refer to: Paul A. Fisher 1921–2007, American author and journalist Paul Fisher sailor born 1962, Bermudian Olympic sailor Paul Fisher cricketer, born 1977 born 1977, English cricketer Paul C. Fisher 1913–2006, American industriali ...

                                               

Henry Foley

Henry Foley New Zealand cricketer 1906–1948, left-hand bat for Wellington Henry Foley English cricketer 1905–1959, left-hand bat for Worcestershire

                                               

Mark Powell

Mark Powell may refer to: Mark Powell footballer born 1984, Australian footballer Mark Allan Powell born 1953, professor of theology Mark Powell photographer born 1968, American photographer Mark Powell cricketer, born 1980, English cricketer for ...

                                               

Scottish Premiership (disambiguation)

The Scottish Premiership is Scotlands highest level association football competition and has been since 2013. Scottish Premiership may also refer to: Scottish Premiership Division One, top division of the rugby Scottish Premiership Scottish Premi ...