Glaslough railway station

Glaslough Location Glaslough, County Monaghan Ireland History Original company Ulster Railway Post-grouping Great Northern Railway (Ireland) Key dates 25 May 1858 Station opens 14 October 1957 Station closes Glaslough railway station was on the Ulster Railway in the Republic of Ireland. The Ulster Railway opened the station on 25 May 1858.[1] It closed on 14 […]

2001 Qatar Open – Singles

Singles 2001 Qatar Open Champion Marcelo Ríos Runner-up Bohdan Ulihrach Final score 6–3, 2–6, 6–3 Events Singles Doubles ← 2000 · Qatar Open · 2002 → Fabrice Santoro was the defending champion but lost in the first round to Gianluca Pozzi. Marcelo Ríos won in the final 6–3, 2–6, 6–3 against Bohdan Ulihrach. Contents 1 Seeds 2 Draw 2.1 Key […]

La La La (If I Had You)

“La La La (If I Had You)” Single by Bobby Sherman B-side “Time” Released November 1969 Format Vinyl, 7″, 45 RPM Genre Bubblegum pop Length 2:44 Label Metromedia Writer(s) Danny Janssen Producer(s) Jackie Mills Arranged and conducted by Al Capps Bobby Sherman singles chronology “Little Woman” (1969) “La La La (If I Had You)” (1969) “Easy […]

American Soccer League

American Soccer League may refer to: American Soccer League (1921–33), from 1921 to 1933 American Soccer League (1933–83), from 1933 to 1983 American Soccer League (1988–89), from 1988 to 1989 American Soccer League (2014), a league that began play in August 2014 This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title American Soccer League. If […]

Tod Andrews

This article is about the American actor. For the Irish political activist, see Todd Andrews. Tod Andrews Born Tod Andrews November 10, 1914 or November 10, 1920[1] Buffalo, New York Died November 7, 1972, age 57 Los Angeles, California Other names Michael Ames Tod Williams[2] Alma mater Washington State College Occupation Actor Spouse(s) Gloria Folland (divorce) Alice […]

Rafael Marques

Rafael Marques may refer to: Rafael Marques Mariano (born 1983), Brazilian footballer who plays as a striker Rafael Marques Pinto (born 1983), Brazilian footballer who plays as a centre back Rafael Marques (journalist) (born 1971), Angolan journalist and human rights activist Rafaël Marques Dias Brito (born 1991), Portuguese footballer who plays as a midfielder See […]


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Kiss Me Once (disambiguation)

Kiss Me Once is a 2014 album by Kylie Minogue. Kiss Me Once may also refer to: “Kiss Me Once”, a version of 1945 standard It’s Been a Long, Long Time by Elvis Presley on the Nashville Outtakes “Kiss Me Once”, a song by The Everly Brothers written by Don Everly “Kiss Me Once”, a […]

Total Fucking Darkness

Total Fucking Darkness 2014 reissue cover art by Daniel P. Carter Demo album by Cradle of Filth Released 2 November 1992 19 May 2014 (Remastered) Recorded Portacabin Studios, Westerfield, Suffolk Genre Black Metal Length 23:54 57:32 (Remastered) Label Self-released Mordgrimm (Remastered) Producer Dani Filth and Paul Ryan Cradle of Filth chronology Total Fucking Darkness (1992) […]

Sherman’s Lagoon

This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages) This article may be written from a fan’s point of view, rather than a neutral point of view. Please clean it up to conform to a higher standard of […]