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Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Belgium originally planned to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song "Release Me", performed by Hooverphonic. The entry, written by Alex Callier and Luca Chiaravalli, was selected internally by the Flemish broadcaster VRT. ...

                                               

San Marino in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

San Marino originally planned to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. On 6 March 2020, The Sammarinese broadcaster San Marino RTV announced that Senhit had been internally selected to represent San Marino in the 2020 contest in Rotter ...

                                               

Bulgaria in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Bulgaria originally planned participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song "Tears Getting Sober" written by Victoria Georgieva, Borislav Milanov, Lukas Oscar Janisch and Cornelia Wiebols. The song will be performed by Bulgarian sin ...

                                               

The Best in Me (song)

The Best in Me ", at times Mon alliee is a song by French singer Tom Leeb. It was chosen to represented France in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, before the contest was cancelled due to the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic. The song was released as ...

                                               

Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Switzerland originally participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The Swiss Broadcasting Corporation will organise an internal selection in order to select the Swiss entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, Netherlands. However, due to the ...

                                               

Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Sweden originally planned to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Television organises the national final Melodifestivalen 2020 in order to select the Swedish entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, T ...

                                               

Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Norway will participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The Norwegian broadcaster Norsk rikskringkasting organised the national final Melodi Grand Prix 2020 in order to select the Norwegian entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, Netherland ...

                                               

Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Poland originally planned to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The Polish broadcaster Telewizja Polska will use the national selection Szansa na Sukces - Eurowizja 2020 to decide their representative. However, due to 2019-20 pandem ...

                                               

Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Denmark originally planned to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The Danish broadcaster DR organised the national final Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2020 in order to select the Danish entry for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, Netherlands. ...

                                               

Iceland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Iceland originally planned to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song "Think About Things" by Dadi og Gagnamagnid, selected through the national final contest Songvakeppnin 2020 organised by the Icelandic broadcaster RuV.

                                               

OG

"O.G. Original Gangster" song, title track O.G. Original Gangster, a 1991 album by Ice-T Omnium Gatherum, or OG, a Finnish band "O.G.", a song by Snoop Doggy Dogg from Death Row: The Lost Sessions Vol. 1

                                               

NIP

National Independence Party UK Ninjas in Pyjamas, a professional eSports organization Numer Identyfikacji Podatkowej, tax identification number in Poland, NIP National Institute of Physics, at the University of the Philippines Diliman Nude in pub ...

                                               

DPS

Delhi Public School disambiguation, many private schools run by the Delhi Public School Society Divisional Public School, a school in Lahore and Faisalabad, Pakistan Diliman Preparatory School, a private school in Quezon City, Philippines Dawood ...

                                               

Tough Beauty and the Sloppy Slop

Tough Beauty and the Sloppy Slop is a 1995 Hong Kong action film directed by Yuen Bun and Alan Chui and starring Yuen Biao, Cynthia Khan, Waise Lee and Monsour Del Rosario.

                                               

On Vodka, Beers and Regrets

On Vodka, Beer and Regrets is a 2020 Philippine romantic drama film directed and written by Irene Villamor and starring Bela Padilla and JC Santos. A story about an alcoholic 20-something who keeps self-sabotaging, and a guy who makes a valiant e ...

                                               

IPA

IPA commonly refers to: Isopropyl alcohol, rubbing alcohol International Phonetic Alphabet, a system of phonetic notation India pale ale, a style of beer IPA may also refer to:

                                               

Blinded by the Lights (novel)

Zulczyk wrote Blinded by the Lights based on personal experience with Warsaws nightlife. Creating this novel was his way to settle the dark side of his past, which included alcohol and drug abuse. He completed writing it in half a year.

                                               

Empires (Alicja Szemplinska song)

Empires is a song by Polish singer Alicja Szemplinska. It was selected to be the entrant for Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 on 23 February 2020. Szemplinska will perform the song at the second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest ...

                                               

Piotr Czerkawski

Piotr Czerkawski is a Polish film critic and journalist, one of the programme curators of Kino Nowe Horyzonty.

                                               

Serbia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020

Serbia originally planned to participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The Serbian broadcaster Radio Television of Serbia will organise and hold the national final Beovizija 2020 in order to select the Serbian entry for the 2020 contest to ...

                                               

Aleksandra Pivec

Aleksandra Pivec is a Slovenian chemical engineer and politician who has been the countrys Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food since 2018 and Deputy Prime Minister since March 2020.

                                               

Voda (song)

Voda is a song recorded by Slovenian singer Ana Soklic. Soklic wrote lyrics, while also composing the music alongside Bojan Simoncic. It will represent Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

                                               

Violent Thing

Violent Thing is a song by Slovenian singer Ben Dolic. It would have represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 prior to its cancellation due to the Covid-19 Outbreak. The song was released as a digital download on 27 February 2020. ...

                                               

Secret Zoo

Secret Zoo is a 2020 South Korean comedy film directed by Son Jae-gon. The film stars Ahn Jae-hong, Kang So-ra, Park Yeong-gyu, Kim Sung-oh and Jeon Yeo-been. This is the picturised version of a webtoon with the same name.

                                               

Promise (disambiguation)

Promises film, 2001 Israeli documentary Promise 1986 film, Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie Promises 1975 film, South Korean film featuring Park Am Promise 2005 film, Finnish film Promised film, 2019 Australian film

                                               

Suwayd

Suwayd or Suwaidi may refer to: one of the ansar followers of Muhammad mentioned by Al-Waqidi Al Suwaidi an Arabic given name meaning "dark-coloured, black" from أسود "black" and the singular of the Emirati tribal name Sudan. "Abu Suwayd and the ...

                                               

Eight Immortals (disambiguation)

Eight Immortals from Sichuan, known since the Jin Dynasty Eight Elders of the Chinese Communist Party in the late 1980s and early 1990s Eight Immortals of Huainan, also known as the Eight Gentlemen, eight scholars of the Western Han Dynasty Eight ...

                                               

Horse surfing

Horse surfing is an extreme sport invented in 2005. It requires two people, a horse, and a board. Horse surfing involves one person riding either a kite-board, surfboard, wake-board, or skim-board, while being towed behind a horse, ridden by a se ...

                                               

DAA

Yinduu Daa, also known as Daai Chin, ethnic tribe of Myanmar Claus Daa, a Danish nobleman and landowner Ludvig Kristensen Daa, Norwegian historian, ethnologist, auditor, editor of magazines and newspapers, educator and politician

                                               

BAL

Bronchoalveolar lavage, to obtain a sample from the lungs Bioartificial liver device BLD British anti-Lewisite, or Dimercaprol, to treat metal toxicity Blood alcohol level, a commonly used metric for alcohol intoxication

                                               

Kolonya

Kolonya is a type of perfume. It is a famous product of Turkey, its country of origin. Kolonya is commonly used as a cologne, perfume, or as hand sanitizer.

                                               

Abstention (disambiguation)

Abstention is refusing to vote in an election or in a parliamentary vote. Abstention may also refer to: Abstentionism, standing for election to an assembly while boycotting the assembly itself Abstention doctrine, applied by a court refusing to h ...

                                               

TTB

TTB may refer to the following: Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau Turk Ticaret Bankası, a defunct Turkish bank Twin Traction Beam Tortolì Airport Telegraphic transfer buying rate, an exchange rate convention in Japan Ticking time bomb scen ...

                                               

Argol

Argol may mean one of the following: Argol, Finistere, a commune on the Crozon peninsula in departement of Finistere, in Brittany, France. a locality in ancient Persia the arghul, a woodwind musical instrument from the Middle East wine stone, the ...

                                               

OTA

Over-the-air television or terrestrial television, the traditional method of television broadcast signal delivery Ochratoxin A also termed OTA, a mycotoxin Optical tube assembly, the tubular optical train of a telescope as referred by astronomers ...

                                               

Lotfi Jormana

Lotfi Jarmana said during his hosting of the Tv show that he does not have in his pocket 100 dinars to buy the medicine he needs because of his illnessand he has no more money because of his alcohol addiction. Lotfi leaves a rich heritage of popu ...

                                               

ADH

Alcohol dehydrogenase, an enzyme involved in the breakdown of alcohol Accumulated Degree Hour, a term used in forensic entomology in the determination of post-mortem interval Adipic acid dihydrazide, a chemical compound Autosomal dominant hypocal ...

                                               

Apio Moro

Samantha Lillian Apio, commonly known by many as Apio Moro is a Ugandan musician who has been writing and singing Afro-soul music in her mother tongue with the touch of English and Luganda, telling stories from her society and life. Her music has ...

                                               

Uno (Little Big song)

Uno is an English-Spanish language song recorded by Russian rave group Little Big. It was due to represent Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 before its cancellation. The song was released as a digital download and for streaming on 13 Mar ...

                                               

Enemies burnt the dear house down

Enemies burnt the dear house down) is a famous Russian song associated with the Great Patriotic War, based on a poem by Mikhail Isakovsky. It depicts losses and sufferings of the war generation and devastation of the country during Nazi occupation.

                                               

DUT

DUT is an acronym for Durban University of Technology in Durban, South Africa Diplome universitaire de technologie, a French undergraduate university degree in technology Device under test, especially in electronics, associated with semiconductor ...

                                               

List of Queens Counsel in England and Wales appointed in 1953

A Queens Counsel, or Kings Counsel during the reign of a king, is an eminent lawyer who is appointed by the monarch to be one of "Her Majestys Counsel learned in the law." The term is recognised as an honorific. Appointments are made from within ...

                                               

Booty

"Booty", a 2000 song by Erykah Badu from Mamas Gun "Booty", a 2018 song by Blac Youngsta Booty Dew, single by Texas rap group GS Boyz Booty, a 2008 album by Die Turen Booty Wurk One Cheek at a Time, a 2011 hip hop song performed by R&B artist ...

                                               

Pickled carrot

A pickled carrot is a carrot that has been pickled in a brine, vinegar, or other solution and left to ferment for a period of time, by either immersing the carrots in an acidic solution or through souring by lacto-fermentation. Pickled carrots ar ...

                                               

Cosmopolitan

Cosmopolitan may refer to:including or containing people from many different countries. Food and drink Cosmopolitan cocktail, also known as a "Cosmo" History Rootless cosmopolitan, a Soviet derogatory epithet during Joseph Stalins anti-Semitic ca ...

                                               

Scan

Scientific content analysis SCAN, also known as statement analysis Shared Check Authorization Network SCAN, a database of bad check writers and collection agency for bad checks Space Communications and Navigation Program SCaN Schedules for Clinic ...

                                               

P Krishna Prasad

P Krishna Prasad is the finance secretary of All India Kisan Sabha and the former CPI MLA from Sultan Bathery. He is also the chairman of Brahmagiri Development Society, a worker – peasant cooperative in Kerala.

                                               

Vijoo Krishnan

Vijoo Krishnan is an Indian peasant leader, writer on Agrarian Issues and the All India Joint Secretary of All India Kisan Sabha. He is the youngest central committee member of Communist Party of India. He is one of the key organiser of Bhoomi Ad ...

                                               

Kilimanjaro (disambiguation)

Kilimanjaro Region, a region in Tanzania a Tanzanian beer, see Beer in Africa#Eastern Africa Kilimanjaro ward, a ward in the Moshi Urban district of Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania a Tanzanite jewellery brand owned by F. Hinds Kilimanjaro National P ...

                                               

Mum (disambiguation)

Mum is a colloquial term for mother, a female parent. Mum or Mums may also refer to: Mum film muMs da Schemer, an actor in TV series Oz Brunswick Mum, a beer Mum deodorant Mum Jokmok, a Thai comedian Bamum kingdom or Mum, Cameroon Mums Records, a ...