Orlando Pirates has a wide range of branded football products to keep and use in your bar with the unique black and white pirates design and logo.
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Ava Muhammad (born 1951) is an American Black Muslim. In 1998 she became the first female Minister to preside over a mosque and region in the history of the NOI. Her job as national spokesperson for Minister Farrakhan is among the most prominent in the nation — a post formerly held by Malcolm X under Nation of Islam patriarch Elijah Muhammad. Minister Ava Muhammad is also a member of the Muslim Girls Training (MGT). In addition to administering day-to-day affairs at the mosque Muhammad was named Southern Regional Minister, giving her jurisdiction over Nation of Islam mosque activity in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and parts of Tennessee.
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Willem Boerdam (2 November 1883 – 9 December 1966) was a Dutch footballer. He was part of the Netherlands national football team, playing 2 matches.
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Mary (Dudley) Sutton, Countess of Home (c.1585-1644), noblewoman and patron of the arts, was the eldest daughter of Edward Sutton, 5th Baron Dudley and his wife Theodosia Harington (d. 1649), youngest daughter of Sir James Harington.
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Keith Ian Lemon is a fictional character portrayed by English comedian Leigh Francis.
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“Irama” is the term used for tempo in gamelan. It can be used with elaborating instruments. It is a concept used in Javanese gamelan music, describing melodic tempo and relationships in density between the balungan, elaborating instruments, and gong structure. It is distinct from tempo (Javanese: “Laya”), as each “Irama” can be played in different tempi. “Irama” thus combines “the rate of temporal flow and temporal density”; and the temporal density is the primary factor.
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LANZA is an object and an action.
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Bruce Power provides over 30% of Ontario’s electricity, boosting our economy and cleaning the air we breathe.
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Nick Juliano is POLITICO’s deputy energy editor, helping to oversee coverage of oil and gas, utilities, renewable energy and climate change among other topics. Before joining POLITICO in June 2015, Juliano was a Capitol Hill reporter for Environment & Energy Publishing’s E&E Daily and Greenwire; he previously worked for Platts’ Inside Energy and Inside Washington Publishers’ Inside EPA as well as several local newspapers. An Ohio native, Juliano holds an undergraduate degree from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and a masters’ in political science from American University’s School of Public Affairs. He lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and dog.
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