For the Summer Olympics, there are 24 venues starting with the letter 'T', seven venues starting with the letter 'U', and 17 venues starting with the letter 'V'. 1988 Summer Olympics official report. Archived 2008-11-18 at the Wayback Machine Volume 1. Part 1. pp. 200-1. Accessed 1 December 2010. 1988 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. Part 2. p. 335. Accessed 2 December 2010. 1952 Summer Olympics official report. Archived 2008-04-11 at the Wayback Machine p. 52. Accessed 21 October 2010. 1952 Summer Olympics official report. Archived 2008-04-11 at the Wayback Machine pp.62-3. Accessed 21 October 2010. 1936 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. pp. 162-3. Accessed 17 October 2010. 1992 Summer Olympics official report. Archived 2008-05-28 at the Wayback Machine Volume 2. pp. 246-9. Accessed 6 December 2010. 1952 Summer Olympics official report. Archived 2008-04-11 at the Wayback Machine p. 57. Accessed 21 October 2010. 2000 Summer Olympics official report. Archived 2000-11-09 at the ...
As of February 2001, there were 1,124 listed buildings with Grade II status in the English city of Brighton and Hove. The total at 2009 was similar. The city, on the English Channel coast approximately 52 miles (84 km) south of London, was formed as a unitary authority in 1997 by the merger of the neighbouring towns of Brighton and Hove. Queen Elizabeth II granted city status in 2000. In England, a building or structure is defined as "listed" when it is placed on a statutory register of buildings of "special architectural or historic interest" by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, a Government department, in accordance with the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990. English Heritage, a non-departmental public body, acts as an agency of this department to administer the process and advise the department on relevant issues. There are three grades of listing status. The Grade II designation is the lowest, and is used for "nationally important buildings of ...
This is a list of National Basketball Association players whose last names begin with T, U, or V. The list also includes players from the American National Basketball League (NBL), the Basketball Association of America (BAA), and the original American Basketball Association (ABA). All of these leagues contributed to the formation of the present-day NBA. Individuals who played in the NBL prior to its 1949 merger with the BAA are listed in italics, as they are not traditionally listed in the NBA's official player registers. A B C D E-F G H I-J K L M N-O P-Q R S T U V W-Z Žan Tabak Yuta Tabuse Chris Taft Chelso Tamagno Sid Tanenbaum Dragan Tarlać Roy Tarpley Levern Tart Jae'Sean Tate Earl Tatum Jayson Tatum Walter Tavares Anthony Taylor Brian Taylor Donell Taylor Fatty Taylor Fred Taylor Jay Taylor Jeff Taylor Jeffery Taylor Isaiah Taylor Jermaine Taylor Johnny Taylor Leonard Taylor Maurice Taylor Mike Taylor Ollie Taylor Ron Taylor Tyshawn Taylor Vince Taylor Terry Teagle Jeff Teague Marquis ...
This is an incomplete list of botanists by their author abbreviation, which is designed for citation with the botanical names or works that they have published. This list follows that established by Brummitt & Powell (1992). Use of that list is recommended by Rec. 46A Note 1 of the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants. The list is kept up to date online at The International Plant Names Index and Index Fungorum. Note that in some cases an "author abbreviation" consists of a full surname, while in other cases the surname is abbreviated and/or accompanied by one or more initials. There is no space between the initials and the surname (or its abbreviation). The list here is maintained strictly in order of the alphabetic characters in the abbreviation; thus "A.B.Jacks." appears under "A" not "J", and is located as if the characters were "ABJACKS". Capitalization is ignored as are all non-alphabetic characters such as "." and space. Diacritical marks are also ignored, so ...
This section of the list of United States Navy ships contains all ships of the United States Navy with names beginning with T, U and V. For a list exclusively of currently commissioned ships, see the list of US Navy ships currently in commission. For ships with unique names, "USS Shipname" redirects to the ship article. For reused names, "USS Shipname" is an index page for the ships of that name; the links after the name lead to the specific ship pages. USS T-1 (SF-1/SS-52, SST-1) USS T-2 (SF-2/SS-60, SST-2) USS T-3 (SF-3/SS-61) USS T. A. Ward (1861) USS T. D. Horner (1859) USS Ta-Kiang (1862) USS Tabberer (DE-418) USS Tabora (AKA-45) USS Tackle (ARS-37/ARST-4/IX-217) USS Tacloban (PG-22) USS Tacoma (1893, C-18/PG-32/CL-20, PG-111/PF-3, PGM-92/PG-92) USS Taconic (AGC-17/LCC-17) USS Taconnet (YTB-417/YTM-417) USS Tacony (1863, SP-5) USS Tact (PG-98) USS Tadousac (AT-22) USS Taganak (AG-45) USS Taghkanic (1864) USS Tahchee (YN-43/YNT-11/YTM-736) USS Tahgayuta (1863) USS Tahoe (CM-2) USS Tahoma ...
So You Wanna Be a Popstar? is a New Zealand celebrity karaoke reality series that pits celebrities against each other in front of a judging panel. John "Cocksy" Cocks Jessie Gurunathan Mikey Havoc David Wikaira-Paul Katrina Hobbs Blair Strang Louise Wallace On Christmas Day 2005, the cast of So You Wanna Be a Popstar? got together to sing Christmas carols. Guests included New Zealand Idol season 2 winner Rosita Vai and runner-up Nik Carlson with Teresa Bergman and Graham Brazier. A Dutch version of So You Wanna Be a Popstar was broadcast on SBS6 in 2007. "Radio fans make meal of Havoc reshuffle - 12 Aug 2006". NZ Herald. 12 August 2006. Retrieved 24 May 2008. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) v t e v t ...
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This is part of a list of watercourses in Western Australia. It includes all rivers, streams, brooks, creeks, gullies, anabranches, backwaters, and any other watercourses with a gazetted name, in Western Australia. This list is complete with respect to the 1996 Gazetteer of Australia. Dubious names have been checked against the online 2004 data, and in all cases confirmed correct. However, if any watercourses have been gazetted or deleted since 1996, this list does not reflect these changes. Strictly speaking, Australian place names are gazetted in capital letters only; the names in this list have been converted to mixed case in accordance with normal capitalisation conventions. Locations are as gazetted; obviously some watercourses may extend over long distances. Gazetteer of Australia (1996). Belconnen, ACT: Australian Surveying and Land Information Group. "Place names of Australia". Geoscience Australia. 2004. Retrieved 2006-07-30 ...
Why Can't I Be You? is an MTV reality show in which people got to step into the lives of others whom they wish to be like. The series was hosted by Nick Zano and centered on the premise of an individual coming forward with the goal of being more like someone else (typically someone who would seem to be a polar opposite). The person whom the individual desired to be more like was offered $1,000 to reform the individual, making him more like him or herself over the course of forty-eight hours. Video coverage of the two days illustrates the change. The show ended with the two people meeting once more with Zano and discussing the transformation. The theme song to this show was provided by the band Locksley. v t ...
What's Cooking? is a British lifestyle show that aired on Channel 4 from 25 February to 24 May 2013 and was hosted by Ben Shephard and Lisa Faulkner. v t ...
Can You Hear Me? ('Ahanna Kenek Na': Sinhala: අහන්න කෙනෙක් නෑ) is a 2020 Sri Lankan thriller teledrama broadcast on Jathika Rupavahini. The series is directed and written by Sunil Costa. It is produced by Chinthaka Kulathunga and music direction is by award winning musician Dinesh Subasinghe. The series is the first ever attempt to take Sri Lankan teledrama to international audience via social media where it is airing with English subtitles. According to the director, the series consist with three seasons. The first season started on 5 October 2020 and currently airs every weekday from Monday to Thursday from 9:00 pm to 9.30 pm. The series stars ensemble cast where Roger Seneviratne, Dilhani Ekanayake, Michelle Dilhara, Shalani Tharaka and Ananda Kumara Unnehe make lead roles. The serial has been shot in and around the locations of Haputale, Bandarawela and Nuwara Eliya areas. The serial received positive reviews from critics. During the visit to Bandarawela to complete ...
What's Up, Doc? was a children's program which aired on the Nine Network in Australia from 31 July 1993 until 24 December 1999. It centred on the showing of Warner Bros. cartoons and hosted segments with additional original elements. It followed on from The Bugs Bunny Show, a similar program hosted by Sophie Lee, which aired from 1990 until 1992. It originally aired Saturday mornings from 9:00am until 11:00am, before moving to weekdays at 4:30pm for half an hour beginning in 1995. The show was filmed in studio on the same styled set for the whole run of the show, starting at Nine's Richmond, Victoria studios, before moving to studios in Willoughby, New South Wales. The hosts also regularly visited Warner Bros Movie World on the Gold Coast, Queensland where a weeks worth of episodes were filmed at a time. The final episode aired on Friday December 24, 1999. The show was originally announced to return in early 2000, however a new Warner Bros cartoon themed program titled The Cool Room debuted in ...
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