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Deep Purple Tribute

Deep Purple Tribute is a tribute and the second live album by Serbian hard rock band Cactus Jack. Two discs feature twelve cover songs released by British hard rock band Deep Purple; the album was, as the band's first album DisCover, recorded on Cactus Jack concert in Coupe club in Pančevo. The opening track, "Highway Star" features rock musician and radio host Vlada Džet announcing the band. Vlada Džet appears on vocals on the track "Knocking at Your Back Door". "Highway Star" "Black Night" "Stormbringer" "Mistreated" "Speed King" "Perfect Strangers" "Child in Time" "Knocking at Your Back Door" "Strange Kind of Woman" "Space Truckin'" "Burn" "Smoke on the Water" Stevan Birak - guitar Miodrag Krudulj - bass guitar Vladimir Jezdimirović - vocals Dušan Gnjidić - drums Zoran Samuilov - keyboard Vlada Džet - vocals Paja Bogdanović - vocals

Peter Blundell

Peter Blundell was a prosperous clothier, trading between Tiverton and London. He died with no known issue. On his death, he left over £32,000 cash to fellow clothiers and their families, his employees, created several charitable trusts, gave £2400 to build Blundell's School, to be a free grammar school. Blundell left £2000 in his will for the endowment of six scholars from The School in Divinity at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, he was buried on 9 May 1601 at St Michael Paternoster Royal in London. Blundell Park, the current ground of Grimsby Town Football Club since 1899, is named after Peter Blundell whose money enabled Sidney Sussex College to buy the land in 1616. Blundell, Joseph Hight; the Blundells of Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire. By subscription of family members.

Laure Pillay

Laure Pillay was a Mauritian lawyer and jurist, the country's first female barrister and first female magistrate. Laure Venchard was born on 16 March 1917, she was the eldest of eleven children. Her brother, Edwin became Solicitor General, she completed primary and secondary studies in Mauritius went to London in 1938 to study medicine at the Royal Free Hospital. When World War II broke out, she left her studies to work at the Foreign Office until 1945. Pillay returned to Mauritius after the war and worked as a teacher of languages at Bhujoharry College in Port Louis before returning to study law, she was admitted to Lincoln's Inn and the Mauritius bar in 1955, making her the first female lawyer in Mauritius. Pillay was an advocate for women's rights and represented Mauritius at seminars on women's roles in Africa in Addis Ababa and Berlin, she was a feminist and advocated for female victims of domestic violence, as well as handling many divorce cases. Pillay was appointed as a magistrate on 31 March 1967, sitting at the courts of Port Louis and Flacq, making her the country's first female judge.

She was appointed a Senior Magistrate, before returning to private practice. Pillay was a founding member of the Mauritius Family Planning Association. In 1986, she was appointed by the government to sit on a board of inquiry into drugs. In the 1990s, she was an assessor for the Industrial Relations Commission. Pillay married Rabindra Pillay, working for the Royal Air Force, in 1943, she had three children, born in 1944, 1946, 1960, five grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren. Her husband died in 1992. Pillay celebrated her 100th birthday in April 2017 and was the oldest member of the country's legal profession, she died on 19 July 2017

Jack Hubbard (rugby league)

Jack Hubbard was an Australian professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1940s and 1950s. He played for Manly-Warringah in the NSWRL competition. Hubbard was a foundation player for Manly playing in the club's first season. Hubbard made his first grade debut for Manly-Warringah in 1947. Manly went on to finish second last in their inaugural year avoiding the wooden spoon by 2 competition points. Between 1948 and 1950, Manly struggled towards the bottom of the table narrowly avoiding the wooden spoon on each occasion. In 1951, Manly reached their first finals campaign. Manly went on to reach the 1951 NSWRL grand final against South Sydney. Hubbard played at second-row as Souths comprehensively beat Manly 42–14 in the final, played at the Sydney Sports Ground. At the time this was the highest scoring grand final since 1908. Hubbard played on with Manly until the end of 1956 and at the time of his retirement was one of the club's longest serving players

Chad Mullane

Chad Mullane is an Australian comedian, writer, translator and producer based in Japan. Chad became the first non-Japanese comedian to enter Japan's highest-profile comedy college Yoshimoto New Star Creation and join Yoshimoto Kogyo in 1998; as an award-winning manzai artist he has since hosted, co-hosted and made guest appearances on thousands of comedy and variety television shows. Having ranked among the top 50 comedians in Japan by reaching the semi-finals of the prestigious M-1 Grand Prix for a record eight-years consecutively, he still performs live at theaters across Japan as one part of his comedy duo As an actor Chad has performed in many award-winning films, drama series and he has been featured in several advertising campaigns; as a writer he has contributed to publications at NHK Publications and The Japan Times, he has authored the book The Peculiar Case of Japanese Comedy. As an academic he teaches comedy at NSC, guest lectures at universities throughout Japan and will be one of the founding lecturers at Tokyo's'i University' opening in 2020.

Chad has been an advisor to the Japanese government and its promotion of Japanese culture through the Cool Japan initiative since March 2019. Growing up in Australia, Chad was exposed to American and Australian humor, but developed an interest in owarai after a student exchange program took him by chance to Osaka Having been exposed to the rich culture of uniquely Japanese comedy and being fascinated by the talent of comedy duo Downtown's Hitoshi Matsumoto, Chad joined NSC, after which he spent two years as an apprentice to The Bonchi's Osamu By taking Osamu as his mentor, Chad became one of only three "brothers" to cult comedian Jimmy Onishi and shinkigeki leader Hiro Yoshida. Chad was recognized by Hitoshi Matsumoto in 2006, after being nicknamed "The Osaka-ralian," was invited to appear on the bi-annual TV show all comedians aspire to be on: Hitoshi Matsumoto no suberanai hanashi. Chad has since collaborated with Matsumoto on several TV films. Haley Joel OsmentSylvester StalloneMichael Schumacher Setsuko from Grave of the FirefliesCeline DionParis Hilton Disney WitchesZlatan IbrahimovićDiego ForlánCarles Puyol Chad Mullane on IMDb