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Biellmann spin

The Biellmann spin is a spin in figure skating. It is performed on one foot. The free leg is pulled up from behind and pulled above the head. The knee is bent slightly and the back is bent backwards into the spin. This forms a teardrop position w ...

                                               

Ice dancing

Ice dancing is a form of figure skating related to ballroom dancing. Its first competition was at the World Figure Skating Championships in 1952, but it did not become a Winter Olympic Games medal sport until 1976. As in pair skating, dancers com ...

                                               

Ina Bauer

An Ina Bauer is a figure skating element. It is named after a figure skater from Germany named Ina Bauer, who invented the position. The Ina Bauer is performed by placing the feet in the fourth position in ballet. The front leg is bent forwards a ...

                                               

Confederation of Asian Roller Sports

The Confederation of Asia Roller Sports is the main roller skating organization of Asia. The CARS is part of the International Roller Sports Federation.

                                               

World Skate

World Skate is the current IOC recognised organisational body for roller sports, including skateboarding, rink hockey, inline hockey, inline speed skating, inline alpine, downhill, roller derby, roller freestyle, inline freestyle, Freestyle scoot ...

                                               

Fiestas de San Blas y Santa Agueda (Mequinenza)

Fiestas de San Blas and Santa Agueda is a celebration of the municipality of Mequinenza in the province of Zaragoza, an autonomous community of Aragon that consists of a holiday that is part of the historical tradition of the town due to its age ...

                                               

Greensboro sit-ins

The Greensboro Sit-ins were a series of peaceful protests that took place in North Carolina. February 1, 1960 in North Carolina is where the setting was. It happened at the woolworth store. There were four men influenced by non-violent protest. R ...

                                               

Neo-Luddism

Neo-Luddism or new Luddism is a movement of people who are against modern technology. The word Luddite can be an offensive term to describe someone who is afraid of technology. The movement is named after the English Luddites, who were active bet ...

                                               

Night of terror

The Night of Terror refers to November 14, 1917 when several women were arrested for protesting in front of the White House for womens rights. This event is most known for the brutal torture of women in the Occoquan Workhouse in Virginia. The 300 ...

                                               

Nuclear disarmament

Nuclear disarmament talks about the act of reducing or eliminating nuclear weapons and to the end state of a nuclear-weapon-free world, in which nuclear weapons are completely eliminated. Nuclear disarmament groups include the Campaign for Nuclea ...

                                               

Occupy Wall Street

Occupy Wall Street was a protest that started in 2011 in New York City and spread into other cities all over the United States. Citizens protested against how poor and wealthy people have lived in different ways and are treated differently by oth ...

                                               

One Billion Rising

One Billion Rising is a global movement, started by Eve Ensler, to end rape and sexual violence against women. The "billion" is the number of women who will be raped or beaten in their lifetime. According to the United Nations, the number is one ...

                                               

People Power Revolution

The People Power Revolution was a historic event that happened in the Philippines from 22-25 February 1986. It is also known as the EDSA Revolution, the Philippine Revolution of 1986, and the Yellow Revolution. This case of nonviolent revolution ...

                                               

Yellow vests movement

The Yellow Vests movement, also called as the Yellow Jacket movement in English, is a protest movement in Europe which began with a petition posted in May 2018, and which took action for the first time on Saturday, 17 November 2018. The "yellow v ...

                                               

Santa Fe Trail

The Santa Fe Trail was a 19th century transportation route through central North America. It connected Independence, Missouri with Santa Fe, New Mexico. It was pioneered in 1821 by William Becknell. The Santa Fe Trail was a vital commercial highw ...

                                               

Baldwin City, Kansas

Baldwin City is a city in Douglas County, Kansas, United States. It is about 12 miles south of Lawrence. It is about 15 miles west of Gardner. In 2010, 4.515 people lived there. The city has Baker University. It is Kansass oldest four-year univer ...

                                               

Finney County, Kansas

Finney County is a county in the U.S. state of Kansas. In 2010, 36.776 people lived there. Its county seat is Garden City. Its biggest city is also Garden City.

                                               

Body of Evidence

Body of Evidence is a 1993 American erotic thriller movie starring Julianne Moore, Madonna and Willem Dafoe. The movie was written by Brad Mirman, directed Uri Edel and produced by Dino De Laurentiis. It was given an "NC-17" rating because it sho ...

                                               

Sex Tape (movie)

Jay and Annie Hargrove are a married couple. After having two kids, they have sex every chance they get. When Jay struggles to have an erection, Annie suggests making a sex tape. After making it, Annie asks Jay to delete the recording. The son of ...

                                               

Apocalypse Cow

Apocalypse Cow is the seventeenth episode of the nineteenth season of The Simpsons. It was first shown on television on April 27, 2008 on the Fox network. 7.69 million people watched the episode. In the episode, Bart joins 4-H and saves a cow nam ...

                                               

The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory is an American comedy television sitcom. It was created and executive produced by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady. It was first shown on CBS on September 24, 2007.

                                               

Fawlty Towers

Fawlty Towers is a British television sitcom. It was broadcast by the BBC in two series, one in 1975, the other in 1979. Only twelve episodes were ever broadcast. However, the show is still liked by millions of people. Fawlty Towers has influence ...

                                               

Keeping Up Appearances

Keeping Up Appearances is a British sitcom by Roy Clarke. It was shown on BBC One from 1990-1995 and is set in the West Midlands. It stars Patricia Routledge as middle-aged, middle-class, English housewife Hyacinth Bucket, who has narcissistic an ...

                                               

Modern Family

Modern Family is an American sitcom on ABC. Ed ONeill, Sofia Vergara, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Sarah Hyland, Nolan Gould, Ariel Winter, Rico Rodriguez and Aubrey Anderson-Emmons are some of the actors on th ...

                                               

My Family

My Family was a British television sitcom. It was shown on BBC One from 19 September 2000 until 11 September 2011. It was created by Fred Barron and is set in Chiswick, west London. It stars Robert Lindsay as dentist Ben Harper and Zoe Wanamaker ...

                                               

Not Going Out

Not Going Out is a British television sitcom set in London Docklands. It began on 6 October 2006 and is shown on BBC One. It stars Lee Mack as Lee, who is from Chorley, Lancashire. Megan Dodds plays his landlady Kate in series 1. Sally Bretton pl ...

                                               

Outnumbered

Outnumbered is a British sitcom shown on BBC One. It began on 28 August 2007 and is partly improvised. It is about the Brockmans, a middle-class family of five who live in a house in suburban south London. Hugh Dennis plays the father, Pete, who ...

                                               

Roseanne

Roseanne is an American television sitcom. It was shown on ABC from 1988 to 1997. It stars comedian Roseanne Barr. The series is about a working-class family living in fictional city of Lanford, Illinois. For many years, Roseanne was more truthfu ...

                                               

American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers

The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers is a not-for-profit performance rights organisation. The ASCAP protects its members musical copyrights. They do this by monitoring public performances of their music. In 2012, ASCAP collec ...

                                               

Australian country music

Australian country music is a part of the music of Australia. It comes from American country music, as well as British and Irish folk music and the work of traditional Australian poets like Banjo Paterson and Henry Lawson. Australian country musi ...

                                               

God Save the Queen

God Save the Queen has been the national anthem of the Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland since 1745. Its also the royal anthem of the Commonwealth realms, played alongside their official national anthems. Its composer remains unknown ...

                                               

Master of the Queens Music

Master of the Queens Music is the title given to one chosen composer of classical music; it is a post in the Royal Household of the King or Queen of the United Kingdom. Only one person holds the title at any one time. It is very similar to the po ...

                                               

New Musical Express

The New Musical Express is an Indie and pop music magazine in the United Kingdom. It has been published every week since March 1952. It was the first British magazine to include a singles chart.

                                               

Kangding Qingge

"Kangding Qingge" simply means "Kangding Love Song". The song is a folk song of a town named Kangding in Sichuan Province. The song is one of the most popular songs across the Sinosphere.

                                               

Singer 2017

Singer 2017 is the first season of Chinese television series of the rebranded version of I Am a Singer season 5. Due to the banning of Korean-related brands and artists in China, the series went with a rebranding under a simplified title of Singe ...

                                               

Singer 2018

Singer 2018 is the second season of Chinese television series Singer, a rebranded version of I Am a Singer that will air on Hunan Television. It is produced by Hong Tao, and its music director is Hong Kong senior musician Kubert Leung. It will be ...

                                               

Cuban music

Cuban music comes from the Caribbean island of Cuba. Cuba has developed a wide range of musical styles, which draw on its cultural origins in Europe and Africa. Cubas music has been hugely popular and influential throughout the world. It has been ...

                                               

Residentie Orchestra

The Residentie Orchestra is an orchestra from The Hague in the Netherlands. Outside the Netherlands it is often known as The Hague Philharmonic. The name" Residentie” shows that it comes from The Hague, which is where the Dutch parliament meets. ...

                                               

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra is an orchestra in the Netherlands. The orchestra is based in Amsterdam." Concertgebouw” is the Dutch word for" concert hall”. For nearly a century the orchestra were just called" Concertgebouw Orchestra”, but in ...

                                               

Hatikvah

Hatikvah is the national anthem of Israel. The song tells about the 2000-year-old hope of the Jewish people to return to their homeland, Israel. The song lyrics were originally a 9-stanza poem called תקותנו, or "Our Hope," written by Naphtali Imb ...

                                               

Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in Tel Aviv is the most famous orchestra in Israel. It is usually called the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, or abbreviated IPO. In Hebrew it is written: התזמורת הפילהרמונית הישראלית, pronounced: ha-Tizmoret ha-Fi ...

                                               

Gagaku

Gagaku is classical Japanese court music. Gagaku was brought to Japan from China in the 8th century. The meaning of Gagaku is literally elegant music. Most of the music that survives is classified as Togaku. They are performed as dance pieces and ...

                                               

Sukiyaki (song)

Ue o Muite Arukō is a song by Japanese singer Kyu Sakamoto. It was dubbed "Sukiyaki" in popular culture. The song peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in the United States in 1963, and was the only Japanese language song to do so. The song sold ...

                                               

Tokio Hot 100

Tokio Hot 100, also known as McDonalds Tokio Hot 100, is the official music chart program of J-Wave. It is also the flagship program of the Japan FM Leagues Hot 100 music chart series. It ranks the most popular 100 songs every week. It is publish ...

                                               

Pungmul

Pungmul is a Korean traditional music. It includes drumming, dancing, and singing. Most performances are outside, with tens of players, all in constant motion. Pungmul is rooted in the dure farming culture. It was originally played as part of far ...

                                               

Samul nori

Samul nori is a Korean traditional musical performance, which is performed with four percussion instruments: Jing, Janggu, Buk, Kkwaenggwari. The performance includes dancing. Specifically, in Samul, sa means "four", and mul means "object" in Kor ...

                                               

La Venganza de Cucamonga

La Venganza de Cucamonga is the sixth album by Cuca, a Mexican hard rock band originally from Guadalajara, Jalisco. After a long hiatus from recording, Cuca returned in 2015 with this, their sixth album. Guitarist Alex Otaola replaced Galo Ochoa. ...

                                               

Pakistani rock

Pakistani rock is a form of rock music from Pakistan. It mixes up Pakistani classical music with American rock. It has its own vibrant elements, with slightly different sounds and tunes. Pakistani rock is mostly sung in Urdu, however large number ...

                                               

Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra

The Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra is an orchestra based in Saint Petersburg in Russia. It is the oldest orchestra in Russia. It has had several changes of name because of the way that Russia has often changed. The orchestra started in 1 ...

                                               

Du gamla, du fria

Du gamla, du fria ", originally titled Sång till Norden ", is the Swedish title and incipit of a 19th-century patriotic song which serves as the de facto national anthem of Sweden – it is therefore unofficial. The lyrics were written by Swedish j ...