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Head Start

Head start or headstart may refer to: Head start positioning, a lead in the position in which one starts Head Start program, an educational program of the United States Department of Health and Human Services Operation Head Start, a Cold War oper ...

                                               

Lockwood

United Kingdom Lockwood, North Yorkshire, England Lockwood, West Yorkshire, England United States Lockwood, Montana Lockwood, Missouri Ovid Township, Branch County, Michigan which includes the unincorporated community of Lockwood Lockwood, Nebras ...

                                               

John Lyons (journalist)

John Lyons is an Australian journalist. He has been the Executive Editor of ABC News and Head of Investigative Journalism for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation since 2017. He was previously associate editor and a senior reporter at The Aust ...

                                               

Bayshore

Canada: Bayshore, Ottawa, Ontario United States: The Raritan Bayshore region in New Jersey Bayshore, North Carolina, census-designated place Bayshore Miami Beach, Florida, a neighborhood Bayshore Gardens, Florida, census-designated place Bayshore ...

                                               

Central West

Central West or Central Western may refer to; Central Western Daily, an Australian newspaper Central-West Region, Brazil Central West, Trenton, New Jersey, a neighborhood in Trenton, New Jersey Central-Western Region, Venezuela Central West New S ...

                                               

LBI

LBI can refer to: Little Bay Islands, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Little Barrier Island, an island off the northeastern coast of New Zealands North Island Long Beach Island, Ocean County, New Jersey, U.S. Living Bibles International Lucy Bu ...

                                               

Paramount Theater

Paramount Theatre Casa Grande, Arizona, a National Register of Historic Places listing in Pinal County, Arizona Paramount Theatre Cedar Rapids, Iowa Paramount Theatre Oakland, California Paramount Theater Clarksdale, Mississippi, a Mississippi La ...

                                               

WGY

WGY refers to several broadcasting stations in the United States. In the New York Capital District, it refers to the following pioneering stations: WRVE, an FM radio station on 99.5 MHz licensed to Schenectady, New York, United States, which held ...

                                               

LRT (disambiguation)

LRT Klasika, a Lithuanian radio channel LRT Lituanica, a Lithuanian public television channel LRT Radijas, a Lithuanian radio station LRT Kultūra, a Lithuanian television station Lithuanian National Radio and Television, public broadcasting compa ...

                                               

Silver King

Silver King may refer to: Silver King, the term used to often describe the individuals, dressed in cowboy outfits who deliver meat on skewers at churrascaria restaurants, often known in North America as "Ten Different Meats" Silver King, the name ...

                                               

Still Breathing (Samanta Tīna song)

Still Breathing is a song by Samanta Tīna. It was chosen to represent Latvia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, before the contest was cancelled due to the 2019–20 Corona virus pandemic. The song was released as a digital download on 28 Novembe ...

                                               

Community Radio Network

A community radio network is any network of radio stations set up to serve local communities. Community Radio Network may refer specifically to: Community Radio Network Australia, a satellite program feed managed by the Community Broadcasting Ass ...

                                               

Play School

An educational television programme for preschool aged children that is produced in many countries, including: Polka Dot Door – a Canadian adaptation of the Play School format Play School UK TV series – the original BBC production Zoom 1972 TV se ...

                                               

South Pacific

South Pacific 1958 film, an adaptation South Pacific musical, a 1949 musical play by Rodgers and Hammerstein South Pacific 2001 film, a television production South Pacific, a 1943 play by Howard Rigsby and Dorothy Heyward and staged on Broadway b ...

                                               

News Watch

News Watch is a name or brand associated with the following: CBN NewsWatch, the evening newscast for the Christian Broadcasting Network Nat Geo News Watch, an online daily published by the National Geographic Society NewsWatch Junior Edition, ins ...

                                               

Muhammadu Kobo

Muhammadu Kobo dan Aliyu Gana, OBE, CON was the 11th Etsu Lapai of Lapai Emirate, a traditional state from succeeded by his nieces Umaru Bago Tafida II the 12th Etsu Lapai.

                                               

TVC

TVC Communications, a former television equipment distributor TVC Networks, a Mexican cable network conglomerate, parent of TVC Deportes TVC, trade jargon for television commercial Television Canaria, a Canarian television channel TVC News, a Nig ...

                                               

BBN

BBN might refer to: Brevard Business News The 3-letter code for Blackburn Railway Station in the UK Big Bang nucleosynthesis Big Blue Nation, the fan base of the University of Kentucky athletics programs Bayesian belief network, a probabilistic g ...

                                               

This Is It

"This Is It", the theme song for the U.S. sitcom One Day at a Time Zehu Ze! literally This is it! in English, a television series in Israel, 1978–1998 This Is It, a 1960s Australian program aired on ATV This Is It!, a Filipino television program ...

                                               

BCN

BCN may refer to: Broadcasting Corporation of Newfoundland, public radio service of Newfoundland prior to absorption into the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in 1949 Board Certified in Neurofeedback, a certification administered by the Biofeedb ...

                                               

Nina Owing

Nina Owing is a Norwegian news anchor. She was hired in the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation and presented their main newscast, Dagsnytt. In 1992 she was hired as head journalist in the television newscast, Dagsrevyen. In 1994 she became presen ...

                                               

Melodi Grand Prix 2020

Melodi Grand Prix 2020 was the 58th edition of the Norwegian music competition Melodi Grand Prix and served as the countrys preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The competition was organized by NRK between 11 January 2020 and 15 Feb ...

                                               

List of Create TV affiliates (by U.S. state)

The following is a list of affiliates of the Create TV, a PBS sub-channel network of non-commercial educational television stations in the United States. The list is arranged alphabetically by state and based on the stations city of license and f ...

                                               

ABW

ABW may refer to: ABW TV station, the Australian Broadcasting Corporations Perth TV station Abbey Wood railway station, in the United Kingdom, from its National Railway code Aruba ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country code Abandonware AirBridgeCargo, a Russ ...

                                               

CRTC (disambiguation)

CRTC may refer to: Citizens Regional Transit Corporation, transit organization in the Buffalo-area, New York, USA Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Wisconsin, USA Savannah Combat Readiness Training Center of the Georgia Air National Guard, in S ...

                                               

GMA

GMA Network Inc., a Philippine broadcasting company Good Morning Australia 1981–92 GMA Network, a Philippine television channel GMA TV, a fake news website which imitated the legitimate GMA News website Good Morning America, a morning show on ABC ...

                                               

WBS

West Bridgford School, a technology college Willy-Brandt-Schule in Warsaw, Poland Willy Brandt Schule disambiguation may refer to schools in and outside of Germany Warwick Business School, the largest academic department of the University of Warw ...

                                               

Tros

Tros or TROS may refer to: 18281 Tros, an asteroid TROS, a Dutch broadcasting union, originally an acronym for Televisie Radio Omroep Stichting Transformer read-only storage, a type of read-only memory Tros mythology, a figure in Greek mythology ...

                                               

Governo Sombra

Governo Sombra is a Portuguese radio and television program, a debate about current events in a humorous or ironic way. The program is moderated by Carlos Vaz Marques, with the participation of João Miguel Tavares, Pedro Mexia and Ricardo Araujo ...

                                               

Diana V

Diana V is a Romanian singer and songwriter signed by Global Records. In February 2020, she was announced as one of the three artists shortlisted to represent Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 as part of the labels collaboration with br ...

                                               

Zarya (disambiguation)

Zarya is a module of the International Space Station. Zarya may also refer to: Zarya Moonwolf, a main character in Nickelodeons show Mysticons Zarya spacecraft, the name of a late 1980s project for a Soyuz spacecraft replacement Zarya Overwatch, ...

                                               

HTB

HTB may refer to: Harold T. Barrett Junior High, in Beaver Bank, Nova Scotia, Canada Help to Buy, a UK scheme of financial assistance to buy property Hokkaido Takushoku Bank, in Japan Hokkaido Television Broadcasting, in Japan Household Troops Ba ...

                                               

RBN

RBN may refer to: Rajah Broadcasting Network, a television and radio network in the Philippines Rock Band Network, a downloadable content service Republic Broadcasting Network, a satellite, shortwave, and Internet radio operation in Texas Royal B ...

                                               

RIAS

RIAS or Rias may refer to: Recording Industry Association Singapore Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement, a description of the impact of new Canadian federal regulations Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales, an intelligence test Rias Gremory, ...

                                               

Sun FM (disambiguation)

Sun FM is a British radio station serving the City of Sunderland. Sun FM may also refer to: CHRX-FM, a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 98.5 FM in generally Fort St. John, British Columbia, using the on-air branding as 98.5 Sun FM CICF-FM, ...

                                               

Persias Got Talent

Persias Got Talent is a spin-off of the British talent show Got Talent aimed at Persian-speaking audiences across the world, mainly in Iran. It is produced outside Iran and is aired on MBC Persia, part of the Middle East Broadcasting Center, sinc ...

                                               

Gem TV

Gem TV or Gems TV may refer to: Gems TV, a jewellery shopping network headquartered in Thailand, first launched in the UK and expanded to other countries Gems TV Extra, UK, on air 2011–2012 Gem Southeast Asia TV channel, a Southeast Asian cable a ...

                                               

RTE (disambiguation)

RTE is the abbreviation for Raidio Teilifis Eireann, the public broadcasting service of the Republic of Ireland. RTE may also refer to: Round-trip engineering, a software engineering concept Ready to Eat, as in Meal, Ready-to-Eat Recognizing text ...

                                               

Avro (disambiguation)

Avro Canada, a Canadian aircraft manufacturer Avro, a British aircraft manufacturer Algemene Vereniging Radio Omroep, a Dutch public-service broadcasting organisation

                                               

The Churkendoose

The Churkendoose: Part Chicken, Turkey, Duck and Goose is a 1946 childrens book by Ben Ross Berenberg, illustrated by Dellwyn Cunningham. It was published by Grosset & Dunlap as a part of the Wonder Books. It was also published as What am I? Im a ...

                                               

Channel 7 (Uruguay)

Channel 7 is a television channel of Uruguay, owned by Clarin Group, based in Maldonado. Its programming consists of the repetition of Argentine programs of channels like Ciudad Magazine and El Trece, in addition to some of Channel 10. It also br ...

                                               

LRS

Linear recursive sequence, a recurrence relation used in mathematics Limited Rate Support, a Wi-Fi mode; see IEEE 802.11g-2003 Learning Record Store, a data store system Lactated Ringers solution, used for intravenous administration Linear refere ...

                                               

Pure Country (radio network)

Pure Country is a Canadian radio network, which airs on stations owned by Bell Media Radio. Launched in 2019 as a unifying branding for all of the companys country-formatted stations across Canada, the network currently airs on 13 stations nation ...

                                               

Candle (disambiguation)

"Candle" Skinny Puppy song, 1996 "Candles", 1996 single by Alex Reece "Candle" Jason McCoy song, 1995 "Candle", a song from "Fools Mate", debut solo album by Peter Hammill, 1971 "Candle Sick and Tired", 2008 song by The White Tie Affair "Candle", ...

                                               

Valentino el argentino

Valentino el argentino is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by Pol-ka Producciones and Vista Producciones filmed between Argentina and Colombia. It premiered on El Trece in Argentina on 7 October 2008, followed by its debut on RCN Television ...

                                               

MTR (disambiguation)

Central Station Montreal, Amtrak code for the commuter rail hub in Montreal, Quebec, Canada Mesa Royalty Trust, a natural gas royalty trust, NYSE stock symbol 5-Methyltetrahydrofolate-homocysteine methyltransferase, or Methionine synthase, an enz ...

                                               

EPH

Ephrata station, in Ephrata, Washington, United States Elephant & Castle railway station, in London Ephrata Municipal Airport, Washington, United States

                                               

Austrian Southern Railway

The Austrian Southern Railway is a 577.2 km long double track railway, which linked the capital Vienna with Trieste, former main seaport of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, by railway for the first time.

                                               

Bel Air

Bel Air, Seychelles Bel-Air Residence, a development in Hong Kong

                                               

Megan Squire

Squire grew up in a conservative, Christian household near Virginia Beach, Virginia. She attended the College of William & Mary for her double major in art history and public policy. She then took a secretarial job at an antivirus company after b ...