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Your Face Sounds Familiar (Greek series 5)

Your Face Sounds Familiar is a Greek reality show airing on ANT1. The fifth season premiered on January 27, 2019; this season marks the first season. Maria Bekatorou returned to host the show for the fifth time and the new four judges are Giorgos Mazonakis, Dimitris Starovas, Alexis Georgoulis and Mimi Denisi. Ten contestants in total competed in the fifth season. Argiris chose to give the money from the audience voting to the organization "Aspres Petaloudes". After the judges and contestants' scores and Melina were tied with 24 points. Mazonakis, the president of the judges for the week, chose to give the final 6 points to Chrispa and the 5 points to Melina. After the combined final scores, three contestants had 13 point; the one who got the highest score from the audience got the highest final place and the one with the lowest got the lowest place. The second episode aired on the winner Katerina with 22 points. Katerina chose to give the money from the audience voting to the organization "Faros Zois".

After the judges and contestants' scores and Eva were tied with 30 points. Denisi, the president of the judges for the week, chose to give the final 7 points to Eleni and the 6 points to Eva. After the combined final scores, two contestants had 16 points and other two contestants had 15 points; the one who got the highest score from the audience got the highest final place and the one with the lowest got the lowest place. Notes 1. ^ The points. 2. ^ Each contestant gave 5 points to a contestant of their choice. 3. ^ Total of both extra and judges' score. 4. ^ Result of both extra and judges' score. 5. ^ In the final, only the audience voted for the winner and the one with the most votes won the competition. The third episode aired on February 10, 2019 and the winner was Eva with 23 points. Eva chose to give the money from the audience voting to the organization "Save Animal Greece". After the combined final scores, two contestants had 19 points and other two contestants had 10 points; the one who got the highest score from the audience got the highest final place and the one with the lowest got the lowest place.

Notes 1. ^ The points. 2. ^ Each contestant gave 5 points to a contestant of their choice. 3. ^ Total of both extra and judges' score. 4. ^ Result of both extra and judges' score. 5. ^ In the final, only the audience voted for the winner and the one with the most votes won the competition. The fourth episode aired on February 17, 2019 and the winner was Pashalis with 24 points. Pashalis chose to give the money from the audience voting to the organization "Anadysi". After the combined final scores, two contestants had 17 points; the one who got the highest score from the audience got the highest final place and the one with the lowest got the lowest place. Notes 1. ^ The points. 2. ^ Each contestant gave 5 points to a contestant of their choice. 3. ^ Total of both extra and judges' score. 4. ^ Result of both extra and judges' score. 5. ^ In the final, only the audience voted for the winner and the one with the most votes won the competition. The fifth episode aired on February 24, 2019 and the winner was Melina with 24 points.

Melina chose to give the money from the audience voting to the organization "Save a Greek Stray". After the judges and contestants' scores and Eva were tied with 20 points. Mazonakis, the president of the judges for the week, chose to give the final 5 points to Argiris and the 4 points to Eva. Notes 1. ^ The points. 2. ^ Each contestant gave 5 points to a contestant of their choice. 3. ^ Total of both extra and judges' score. 4. ^ Result of both extra and judges' score. 5. ^ In the final, only the audience voted for the winner and the one with the most votes won the competition. The sixth episode aired on March 3, 2019 and the winner was Ian with 24 points. Ian chose to give the money from the audience voting to the organization "Skytali". After the judges and contestants' scores and Melina were tied with 20 points. Denisi, the president of the judges for the week, chose to give the final 10 points to Melina and the 9 points to Argiris. After the combined final scores, two contestants had 19 points; the one who got the highest score from the audience got the highest final place and the one with the lowest got the lowest place.

Notes 1. ^ The points. 2. ^ Each contestant gave 5 points to a contestant of their choice. 3. ^ Total of both extra and judges' score. 4. ^ Result of both extra and judges' score. 5. ^ In the final, only the audience voted for the winner and the one with the most votes won the competition. The seventh episode aired on March 10, 2019 and the winner was Ian with 22 points. Ian chose to give the money from the audience voting to the organization "Skytali". After the judges and contestants' scores and Eleni were tied with 20 points. Starovas, the president of the judges for the week, chose to give the final 10 points to Eleni and the 9 points to Argiris. After the combined final scores, two contestants had 20 points and other two contestants had 8 points; the one who got the highest score from the audience got the highest final place and the one with the lowest got the lowest place. Notes 1. ^ The points. 2. ^ Each contestant gave 5 points to a contestant of their choice

Stun Siva

Stun Siva, is an Indian fight master/action choreographer in the Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and French-language film industries of India. He started his career as an extra fighter and assistant to stunt masters including Kanal Kannan and Rambo Rajkumar he became as a stunt master and actor. Stunt masters including Anal Arasu, K. Ganesh Kumar, Anbariv have worked as fighters and assistants to him. In 2014, he announced that he will be making his directorial debut with Karathe Karan, a remake of the 1984 film The Karate Kid, his son Kevin Kumar made his debut as stunt coordinator with Adanga Maru. 1989 Anbu Kattalai as Henchman 1990 Jagathalaprathapan as Henchman 1992 Chinna Poovai Killathe as Rogue 1994 Thozhar Pandian as Pickpocket 1997 Pistha as Henchman 2001 Vinnukkum Mannukkum as Henchman 2002 Punnagai Desam as Chain Snatcher 2002 Album as Karikkol 2003 Pithamagan as Police Inspector 2006 Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu as Royapuram Mani 2016 Theri as Karikalan 2018 Goli Soda 2 as Seemai Raja 2019 Champion as Dhanasekar 2020 Vettaiyan Won2000 Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Stunt Coordinator - Kannukkul Nilavu 2008 - IIFA Award for Best Action 2019 - Ananda Vikatan Award for Best Villain – Male - Champion Stun Siva on IMDb

Llyn Padarn

Llyn Padarn is a glacially formed lake in Snowdonia, north Wales, is an example of a moraine dammed lake. The lake is 2 miles long and at its deepest point is 94 feet deep, is one of the largest natural lakes in Wales. At its south-eastern end it is linked to the neighbouring Llyn Peris; the busy village of Llanberis lies on the southern banks of the lake. The majority of Llyn Padarn is part of Padarn Country Park. Whilst kayaking and sailing are permitted on the lake, powered craft require permission to use it. Bangor University Rowing Club row at Llyn Padarn. In April 2014 Llyn Padarn was designated as Bathing Water under the Bathing Water Directive; the outflow of Llyn Padarn is on the northern shore and is called Afon Rhythallt, which passes by the village of Brynrefail and becomes Afon Seiont below Pont Rhythallt, near Llanrug. It reaches the sea at Caernarfon. Padarn Country Park is located on the northern flank of the lake, including Coed Allt Wen, a rare and ancient sessile oak woodland.

Both the woodland and Llyn Padarn are designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest. The Llanberis Lake Railway runs along its eastern bank and various recreational activities take place on the lake during the summer; these include canoeing and fishing. The lake was the venue for the rowing events of Commonwealth Games. Former local bus company Padarn Bus, which operated between 1979 and 2014 from a base at nearby Llanberis, was named after the lake. In 1993, an RAF Westland Wessex helicopter suffered a rotor failure, crashed into the lake, killing three Air Training Corps Cadets, Christopher Bailey from Horwich, Mark Oakden and Amanda Whitehead from Bury, injuring one. Www.geograph.co.uk: photos of Llyn Padarn and surrounding area

Volume 3 (Easybeats album)

Volume 3 is a studio album by the Australian rock band The Easybeats, released on 3 November 1966. It was the final album from the group recorded in Australia before relocating to England. Like their previous release, It's 2 Easy, this album was recorded during one of their tours of Melbourne at Armstrong Studios and at EMI Studios in Sydney. Ted Albert returned as producer with Tony Geary, it was released by Albert Productions on the Parlophone label in Australia on 3 November 1966, after the band had departed for the UK. The album was only released in mono, it was reissued by Albert Productions in the 1980s on compact disc. Reissue label Repertoire Records released the album in 1992 with eleven bonus tracks; these included b-sides, album outtakes, alternate mixes from the Good Friday album and the group's earliest recordings from the 2UW Theatre. Volume 3 would peak at #7 on the Kent Music Report charts and would end being the 21st best selling Australian album of 1966; the lead single "Sorry" peaked at #1 on the Australian Go-Set's National Top 40 in mid November 1966.

It remained at #1 on the Australian Charts for 2 weeks in November 1966. All tracks are written by Stevie George Young except as noted; the EasybeatsStevie Wright - vocals Harry Vanda - vocals, lead guitar, 12-string guitar George Young - vocals, rhythm guitar Dick Diamonde - bass guitar Snowy Fleet - vocals, drumsProduction TeamTed Albert - producer Tony Geary - co-producer allmusic - Volume 3 MILESAGO - The Easybeats Volume 3 - The Music Goes'Round My Head: An unofficial site dedicated to the recorded music of The Easybeats

Sheri S. Tepper

Sheri Stewart Tepper was an American writer of science fiction and mystery novels. She is known for her feminist science fiction, which explored themes of sociology, namely gender and equality, as well as theology and ecology. Referred to as an eco-feminist of science fiction literature, Tepper preferred the label eco-humanist. Though the majority of her works operate in a world of fantastical imagery and metaphor, at the heart of her writing is real-world injustice and pain, she employed several pen names, including A. J. Orde, E. E. Horlak, B. J. Oliphant during her lifetime, she was born Shirley Stewart Douglas near Colorado. Stewart recalled she "spent ten years...working all kinds of different jobs" as a single mother of two. She wrote children's stories as Sheri S. Eberhart. From 1962 to 1986, she worked for Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood as its executive director. By the mid-1980s, she was publishing science fiction novels, including The Revenants, books of the True Game series (King's Blood Four, Necromancer Nine, Wizard's Eleven.

Other related works followed including two other trilogies. Novels in the 1990s and 2000s followed including Beauty, which won a Locus Award; as of 1998, she operated a guest ranch near New Mexico. That year saw her first and only appearance at a science fiction convention, when she was Guest of Honor at the 25th WisCon, the feminist science fiction convention held annually in Madison, Wisconsin. In November 2015, she received the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement, she married at 20, divorced in her late twenties. She married Gene Tepper in the late 1960s, she died on October 22, 2016 at age 87. The True Game The Peter series was the first published; the Mavin series takes place earlier. The Jinian series takes place during and after the same time period as the Peter series giving a different perspective on the same events; this series has a crossover with the Plague of Angels series. The Books of the True Game: Peter King's Blood Four Necromancer Nine Wizard's Eleven The True Game The Books of the True Game: Mavin Manyshaped The Song of Mavin Manyshaped The Flight of Mavin Manyshaped The Search of Mavin Manyshaped The Chronicles of Mavin Manyshaped The Books of the True Game: Jinian Jinian Footseer Dervish Daughter Jinian Star-Eye The End of the Game The Marianne Trilogy Marianne, the Magus, the Manticore Marianne, the Madame, the Momentary Gods Marianne, the Matchbox, the Malachite Mouse The Marianne Trilogy Ettison Duo, featuring Badger Ettison Blood Heritage The Bones The Awakeners: Northshore Southshore The Awakeners Plague of Angels: A Plague of Angels The Waters Rising - Arthur C. Clarke Award nominee, 2010 Fish Tails, a crossover into the True Game series The Arbai Trilogy Grass – Hugo and Locus Awards nominee, 1990 Raising the Stones SideshowJohn W. Campbell Award nominee, 1993 The Revenants After Long Silence The Gate to Women's Country Beauty – Winner, Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel, 1992 Shadow's End Gibbon's Decline & Fall – Arthur C. Clarke Award nominee, 1997 The Family Tree – Arthur C. Clarke Award nominee, 1998 Six Moon Dance Singer from the Sea The FrescoJohn W. Campbell Memorial Award nominee, 2001 The Visitor – John W. Campbell Memorial Award nominee, 2003 The Companions – John W. Campbell Memorial Award nominee, 2004 The Margarets – John W. Campbell Memorial Award nominee, 2008.

Released as The Bone Yard in mass market. Collaboration with F. Paul Wilson and Ray Garton. World Fantasy Award—Long Fiction finalist "Someone Like You" in The Further Adventures of the Joker The "Crazy" Carol Stories "The Gazebo" in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October 1990 "Raccoon Music" in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, February 1991 "The Gourmet" in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October/November 1991 "Extraterrestrial Trilogue on Terran Self-Destruction" in Galaxy, August 1961 "Lullaby, 1990" in Galaxy, December 1963 "Ballad of the Interstellar Merchants" in Galaxy, December 1964 Educational pamphlets for Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood: The People Know The Perils of Puberty The Problem with Puberty This Is You So Your Happily Ever After Isn't The Great Orgasm Robbery So You Don't Want To Be A Sex Object as E. E. Horlak: Still Life as B. J. Oliphant: Shirley McClintock Mysteries, featuring a Colorado rancher and former Washington, DC "advisor": Dead in the Scrub The Unexpected Corpse Deservedly Dead Death and the Delinquent Death Serv