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I Found You

I Found You may refer to: "I Found U", song by Axwell featuring MaxC 2007 "I Found You", song by Alabama Shakes from Boys & Girls "I Found You" Benny Blanco and Calvin Harris song, 2018 "I Found You" The Wanted song, 2012 "I Found You", song by L ...

                                               

Fistula (liturgical object)

The fistula is a metal drinking straw used in the Roman Rite to receive the Blood of Christ in Holy Communion. Most notably, a golden fistula was used during the Papal Mass prior to the liturgical reforms proceeding the Second Vatican Council. It ...

                                               

Edith Skouras

Edith was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Charles Skouras and Florence Souders. The family spent time in Missouri, where Charles and his brothers built a theater business and Edith attended Hosmer Hall. After the extended family moved further we ...

                                               

List of tallest buildings in Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu in northern Borneo of Sabah is one of the main cities of Malaysia, being one of the important economic centre for East Malaysia. Formerly known as Jesselton under the British protectorate of North Borneo and its successor the Crown ...

                                               

Mark Elliot

Mark or Marc Eliot may refer to: Mark Elliott footballer born 1959, Welsh footballer Mark Elliot voice-over artist born 1939, voice-over artist for the Walt Disney Company Mark Elliott musician born 1967, American country singer and songwriter Pa ...

                                               

Ben Mitchell

Ben Mitchell is the name of: Benjamin M. Mitchell 1869–1927, American politician Benjamin Mitchell actor born 1979, actor in New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street Ben Mitchell rugby union born 1994, Anglo-Irish rugby union player Benjamin Grant ...

                                               

Bill Pearson

Bill Pearson may refer to: Billy Pearson footballer Bill Pearson footballer 1922–2010, Australian rules footballer for Essendon Bill Pearson footballer, born 1892 1892–1959, Australian rules footballer for South Melbourne Billy Pearson 1920–2002, ...

                                               

Steve McDonald

Steve McDonald may refer to: Steve McDonald Celtic music born 1950, Celtic music artist Steve MacDonald strongman born 1969, professional strongman competitor Steve MacDonald soccer, Canadian soccer player Steve Macdonald filk musician born 1961, ...

                                               

Rachel Jones

Rachel Jones may refer to: Rachel Jones radio presenter, the producer of The Chris Moyles Show Rachel Jones biathle, see Biathle Rachel Jones Koresh, nee Rachel Jones Rachel Jones, fictional writer of Coffee, Tea or Me? Rachel Leah Jones, directo ...

                                               

2016 World Championship

2016 World Championship may refer to: 2016 Womens World Team Squash Championships 2016 Mens Bandy World Championship 2016 World Rowing Championships 2016 World Indoor Bowls Championship 2016 FINA World Swimming Championships 25 m 2016 Womens Band ...

                                               

World Challenge

World Challenge may refer to: SWAT World Challenge, annual competition of law enforcement SWAT teams World Challenge Expeditions, an outdoor education company SCCA Pro Racing World Challenge, American auto racing series IAAF World Challenge Meeti ...

                                               

B. M. Rahul Bharadwaj

Bangalore Manjunath Rahul Bharadwaj is a Indian badminton player. Trained at the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy, he was the boys singles U–15 National Champions in 2014, and won his first international title at the 2019 Uganda International t ...

                                               

Bai Yupeng

Bai Yupeng is a male Chinese badminton player. He won the silver & bronze medals at the Badminton Asia Junior Championships individual events.

                                               

Alyssa Wohlfeiler

Across 133 games with Northeastern, Wohlfeiler scored 71 points. She would serve as the teams captain in her final year. After graduating, she signed with the Boston Blades in the CWHL. She would play three seasons with the team, putting up 23 po ...

                                               

2020 European Darts Open

The 2020 European Darts Open is a planned PDC European Tour event on the 2020 PDC Pro Tour. The tournament will take place at the Ostermann-Arena, Leverkusen, Germany. It will feature a field of 48 players and £140.000 in prize money, with £25.00 ...

                                               

Pavit Tangkamolprasert

Pavit Tangkamolprasert is a Thai professional golfer who plays on the Asian Tour where he has won twice. His first win on the tour came in 2016 when he won the Venetian Macao Open after a playoff against Anirban Lahiri. In 2019 he won the Sabah M ...

                                               

Kanyalak Preedasuttijit

Kanyalak Preedasuttijit is a Thai professional golfer who won the Ladies European Thailand Championship on 24th June 2018. The victory enabled the 20 year old from Chonburi to take advantage of the two year exemption membership on the Ladies Euro ...

                                               

Volvo Masters (disambiguation)

Several golf tournaments have been sponsored by Volvo and titled as the Volvo Masters: Volvo Masters, part of the European Tour from 1988 to 2008. Volvo Masters of Thailand, held in 1995 and 1996. Volvo Masters of Asia, replacing the Volvo Master ...

                                               

ADT

ADT College, in London The ADT Corporation, formerly American District Telegraph, provides residential and small business electronic security and similar services in many countries Abu Dhabi Terminals, abbreviated ADT, port operator for all comme ...

                                               

2020 Asian Tour

The 2020 Asian Tour is the 26th season of the modern Asian Tour, the main mens professional golf tour in Asia excluding Japan, since it was established in 1995.

                                               

2020 Japan Golf Tour

The 2020 Japan Golf Tour season is being played from 16 January to 6 December. The season consists of 25 official money events, mostly in Japan. Other than the four majors, which are played outside Japan, there is one event played in Singapore an ...

                                               

Festival of Sydney Open

The Caltex Festival of Sydney Open was a professional golf tournament held in 1978 at The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It was a PGA Tour of Australia event with prize money of A.000. The event was part of the 1978 Festiv ...

                                               

Paul Foley (golfer)

Foley started playing golf in his early youth. He recorded his first hole-in-one at 13. In 1978 Foley won the Australian Professional Trainee Championship. The following January, he turned professional at the age of 19.

                                               

2020 European Senior Tour

The 2020 Staysure Tour is the 29th season of the European Senior Tour, the professional golf tour for men aged 50 and above operated by the PGA European Tour. The season is officially called the Staysure Tour after UK-based insurance company Stay ...

                                               

1990 Ladies European Tour

The 1990 Ladies European Tour was a series of golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world which took place in 1990. The tournaments were sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour.

                                               

1991 Ladies European Tour

The 1991 Ladies European Tour was a series of golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world which took place in 1991. The tournaments were sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour.

                                               

1992 Ladies European Tour

The 1992 Ladies European Tour was a series of golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world which took place in 1992. The tournaments were sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour.

                                               

The After Hours Tour

The After Hours Tour is the upcoming eighth concert tour by Canadian singer-songwriter The Weeknd. It was launched in support of his fourth studio album, After Hours. The tour is set to begin on June 11, 2020, in Vancouver and is set to conclude ...

                                               

1993 Ladies European Tour

The 1993 Ladies European Tour was a series of golf tournaments for elite female golfers from around the world which took place in 1993. The tournaments were sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour.

                                               

2020 LPGA of Korea Tour

The 2020 LPGA of Korea Tour is the 43rd season of the LPGA of Korea Tour, the professional golf tour for women operated by the Korea Ladies Professional Golf Association. The season begins at Twin Doves Golf Club in Vietnam in December 2019.

                                               

Grand Tour (disambiguation)

Grand Tour is a tour of European cultural centres that once was a standard feature of the education of the British elite. Grand Tour may also refer to:

                                               

2020 PGA Tour Canada

The 2019 PGA Tour Canada, title sponsored as the Mackenzie Tour – PGA Tour Canada, is the 51st season of the PGA Tour Canada, commonly known as the Canadian Tour. It is the eighth season under the operation of the PGA Tour and the final year of t ...

                                               

List of golfers with PGA Tour wins as an amateur

This is a list of golfers that won a PGA Tour tournament as amateur golfers since 1945. No golfer was able to achieve the feat during the 1960s or 1970s, after which one golfer was able to win as an amateur in 1985, followed by another golfer in ...

                                               

Limpopo Championship

The Limpopo Championship is a golf tournament on the Sunshine Tour played at Euphoria Golf & Lifestyle Estate in Modimolle, Limpopo province, South Africa. It was first played in March 2019 with prize money of R1.500.000. J. C. Ritchie won the ev ...

                                               

Anton Karlsson (golfer)

Anton Karlsson is a Swedish professional golfer. Karlsson was a 23-year-old European Tour rookie in 2017 after progressing through the 2016 European Tour Qualifying School. He finished 191st on the money list and failed to keep his card for 2018, ...

                                               

El Jardin de Clarilu

El Jardin de Clarilu is an Argentine childrens television series, created by Ines Cuesta and produced by Metrovision Producciones S.A. was broadcast by Disney Junior in April 1, 2011 and ended on December 12, 2014. The series was the first origin ...

                                               

Jim Stevenson (rugby union)

He has represented both Glasgow District and Lanarkshire. He was a president of Cambuslang. Stevenson became the 121st President of the Scottish Rugby Union. He served two years from 2008 to 2010. Stevenson had tried to be President the year befo ...

                                               

Jack Carr (billiards player)

Jack Carr, born John Carr, was an English player of English billiards. He was known as an early exponent of the use of side in billiards, and for playing billiards matches for money in the 19the Century.

                                               

Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro

The Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro is an Android smartphone manufactured by Samsung Electronics. The phone is made for the Chinese market and branded by China Telecom.

                                               

1990 World Series Challenge

The 1990 World Series Hong Kong Challenge was an invitational snooker tournament played in Hong Kong from 22 to 26 August 1990, organised by IMG. It featured seven of the top eight ranked players, two other professionals James Wattana and Franky ...

                                               

International Open

International Open may refer to: Scottish Open snooker, a professional snooker tournament formerly known as the International Open International GT Open, a grand tourer-style sports car racing founded in 2006 by the Spanish GT Sport Organizacion. ...

                                               

1998 World Championships

1998 World Championships may refer to: 1998 World Series 1998 World Snooker Championship 1998 Mens World Floorball Championships 1998 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships 1998 FIBA World Championship 1998 IIHF World Championship 1998 PDC World Da ...

                                               

World Masters (disambiguation)

The World Masters was a snooker tournament held in January 1991. World Masters may also refer to: World Pool Masters Tournament, an annual international nine-ball tournament, known short as World Pool Masters World Tenpin Masters, an annual Ten-p ...

                                               

National Tennis Centre

National Tennis Centre or National Tennis Center may refer to: National Tennis Centre, Bratislava, Slovakia, includes the Aegon Arena National Tennis Centre Australia, at Melbourne Park; now Rod Laver Arena, home of the Australian Open Grand Slam ...

                                               

Kenneth Andersson (tennis)

Andersson competed on the amateur circuit during the 1960s and had some success during 1964 when he reached the semi-finals at the Scandinavian Indoor Championships in Copenhagen, before losing to Jorgen Ulrich and the semi-finals at the Knokke L ...

                                               

US SuperTour

The US SuperTour is a series of cross-country skiing events arranged by the International Ski Federation. It is one of the nine FIS Cross-Country Continental Cups, a second-level competition ranked below the Cross-Country World Cup. The US SuperT ...

                                               

Permafrost (disambiguation)

Permafrost may refer to: Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, an American peer-reviewed scientific journal "Permafrost", a track from the 1979 album Secondhand Daylight by UK-based post-punk band Magazine "Permafrost", a 1987 Hugo Award winning ...

                                               

My Music

My Music may refer to: My Music radio, a British radio panel show which premiered on the BBC Home Service on 3 January 1967 My Music Television programme, based on the radio show My Music television, an Albanian television channel, part of DigitA ...

                                               

Bolivia (disambiguation)

The Plurinational State of Bolivia is a country in South America. Bolivia may also refer to: Places Bolivia, North Carolina Bolivia, New South Wales, a village in Australia Bolivia, Cuba in the province of Ciego de Avila Bolivia, Illinois Other B ...

                                               

El Puente

El Puente, meaning "The Bridge" in Spanish, may refer to: El Puente Guarayos, a municipality in Santa Cruz, Bolivia El Puente, Cantabria, capital of the municipality of Guriezo, Cantabria, Spain El Puente del Arzobispo, a municipality in the prov ...