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Cherise Roberts

Cherise Roberts is a British singer and songwriter, a member of dance-pop duo Cherise & Nadia a.k.a Booty Luv. She is a former member of the hip hop group Big Brovaz, she has been with both groups. Cherise released a solo album, Look Inside before the debut album Nu-Flow by Big Brovaz was released, it only spawned "2nd Best", while the album won a MOBO award. Cherise, her friend Nadia, both began their career in the R&B group Big Brovaz, who had considerable success following their launch in 2002. Cherise was an established singer before the group's success, recording the solo album Look Inside and single "2nd Best"; the album was much won a MOBO Award. After scoring top five hits with songs such as "Favourite Things" and "Nu Flow", Big Brovaz received rave reviews from fans and critics for their unique style, received comparisons with other groups such as Outkast and solo artists such as Eminem and Jamelia. After a lengthy hiatus following one member's drug addiction being revealed, Big Brovaz re-instated their career in 2004 with new single "Yours Fatally".

Expectations were high following their previous string of top ten hits, although the single disappointingly stalled at number 15 in the UK Top 40 and third female member Dion left the band. Subsequently, the band were dropped by their record label; this resulted in a three-year gap before they released a second studio album. In April 2007, new album Re-Entry was released, although it was a commercial disaster and failed to chart. Booty Luv was created during early recordings of Big Brovaz' Re-Entry album when music executives offered Cherise and Nadia the chance to record and promote a new version of R&B/soul singer Tweet's club hit "Boogie 2nite". Following the poor sales of early singles from Re-Entry in mid-2006, the girls accepted the offer and began recording their new version of the song only as a promotional track for the record label Hed Kandi. Six months in December, Booty Luv's version of "Boogie 2nite" was decided to be released as an actual single in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe following positive reviews from club DJs on the dance scene.

It peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart, behind Take That's comeback single, "Patience". In late 2006, the video for "Boogie 2nite" was sent to top music channels and the song was promoted; the original dance remix by Seamus Haji was chosen for the song's download and physical releases, while the video was chosen to feature the remix by the group DB Boulevard. The song continued its success onto digital music video channels, holding Number one positions on The Hits Most Selected and TMF Hitlist UK; the song was released on download format a week before the physical release, shot to Number 1 on the 3 Download Chart. This furthered its success into the UK Singles Chart, where it peaked at Number 19 on download sales before climbing as high as Number 2 following its physical release, it became their first Number 1 single in the UK Dance Charts. Spending 17 weeks inside the UK Top 75, the positive response for "Boogie 2nite" resulted in Booty Luv extending their contract with Hed Kandi to four follow up singles and an album.

As of September 2009, the single re-entered the UK Dance Chart at number 31 following on from the popularity of the band's recent single "Say It", three years after its original release. In 2007, after taking several months to record their debut album, Booty Luv released the follow-up single "Shine", a cover of the Luther Vandross song on 14 May, it was well received by radio and added to the A-List on BBC Radio 1, peaking at Number 17 on the UK Airplay Chart. In its first week of release, "Shine" entered the UK Singles Chart at Number 25 on downloads alone, became the group's second top ten single the following week when it jumped 15 places to Number 10 following its physical release, spending an eventual seven weeks inside the UK Top 40, it managed to hit the top spot on the UK Dance Charts. Their debut album Boogie 2nite was released 17 September 2007, one week after third single "Don't Mess with My Man" made the UK Top 20 at Number 11, the UK Dance Charts at Number 1, taking their number of UK Dance Number 1 singles to three.

The album features the three hit singles "Boogie 2nite", "Shine" and "Don't Mess with My Man", a new cover as well as five original songs, including the final UK Top 20 hit from the album, "Some Kinda Rush". The album is co-written by two co-writers. On 24 September 2007, Boogie 2nite entered the UK Albums Chart at a respectable Number 11 and just missed the top twenty the next week, falling to Number 26, it was certified as Silver by the BPI in late 2008, denoting 70,000+ copies sold. The fourth single to be released from the album was "Some Kinda Rush", the first original release by the group. On the week commencing 28 November 2007, the song had a surge in download sales from the album following the song's early promotion, when it entered the UK Top 100 at Number 93, four weeks before its official download release, it continued to hold inside the UK Top 100 before becoming Booty Luv's fourth consecutive UK Top 20 hit when it rose to Number 19 following its combined physical and download sales.

On the week commencing 28 January 2008, the single outlasted "Don't Mess with My Man" in the UK Top 40 despite its lower peak, with "Some Kinda Rush" spending seven weeks on the chart, "Don't Mess with My Man" spending only four. Their debut album Boogie 2nite experienced a resurgence into the UK Top 100 following the success of "Some Kinda Rush", it re-entered the UK Top 100 Albums at Number 96, before climbing as high as 87. The album has so far spent four weeks inside the UK Top 100 following the relea

The Sun Won't Set (Desperate Housewives)

"The Sun Won't Set" is the 31st episode of the ABC television series, Desperate Housewives. The episode was the eighth episode for the show's second season; the episode was directed by Stephen Cragg. It aired on Sunday, November 20, 2005. After the sudden break-in at Gabrielle's home, the neighbors are panicked when they suspect a thief in the area. Betty becomes suspicious of what the neighbors are thinking and decides to host the annual Neighborhood Watch; each of the neighbors puts in their input about the current situation. Things begin to get out of hand however when Karen McCluskey initiates the idea of hiring professional security. Betty manages to calm the mood down a little when she wins over the neighbors with a song on the piano. Shortly after falling down the stairs, Gabrielle suffered a miscarriage; as she sits pondering on the choices she has made she takes the time to acknowledge her unborn baby has died and decides to shroud any memory that it existed. At first, Gabrielle thinks that the miscarriage was something from the beyond since she was not ready but when she looks hard enough at it she knows that it has hurt her the most.

On her routine trip to visit Carlos in prison, Carlos reveals to her that he has been depressed since learning the fate of their unborn child. He continues to tell her that shortly after Gabrielle told him the news, he began to become violent. After these episodes, Carlos goes on medication and seems sedated when Gabrielle visits; when he becomes emotional once more, Gabrielle reminds the prison guards that it is time for another dosage. As she reads the morning paper, Bree Van De Kamp comes across a noticeable announcement in the town's wedding announcements: Bree Van De Kamp to wed George Williams. Bree scoffs at this announcement seeing that Rex has only been dead for two months and George is pulling out the big guns. Bree visits George at the pharmacy. George decided that he wanted everyone to know they were a couple but is seen in Bree's eyes as showing off. Bree tells George people only read the announcement section when there's nothing important in the front page, but luckily that day, a flood in Sri Lanka made the headlines.

When George notices that Bree is not wearing her engagement ring, he reminds her to put it on. Bree refuses saying. George forces her to which Bree does and leaves; the following afternoon, Bree is visited by George's ex-fiancé Leila who informs Bree that George is dangerous and jealous. Examples include George slapping her after accusing her of seeing an old boyfriend and torching his car and stalking her. Bree does not believe Leila but comes to the revelation that maybe she is right. While dining with George, Bree meets up with Ty who asks her to dance. George cuts in and demands Bree put on her wedding ring. George proceeds to ask her to put it on; when things begin to get physical, Bree asks him to leave. George does as he is told but steals Ty's valet card, steals his car and burns it in a deserted area. Susan asks Mike. Mike regretfully informs her that he will not be in attendance but has sent his apologies to her mother. Susan tries to persuade him to reconsider but Mike has his mind made up.

Susan shares with Mike the fact that she is writing an autobiography based on her life and about her father, a merchant marine, murdered in Hanoi during the 1960s. Mike tells Susan that Hanoi was an enemy territory. Susan looks confused and proceeds to ask her mother at the rehearsal what happened to her father. Sophie hesitates to answer but Morty sticks around to tell her that she was the product of a one night stand. Susan gives a shock and disappointing expression but recognizes that Sophie was young and made a mistake. Little does she know that Sophie will reveal to her in front of friends and family that she had had an affair with a married man, her boss and that he is her father. Susan leaves the wedding accompanied by Julie in anger and goes on a search to find her father who runs a business nearby. Lynette worries that her twin sons and Preston will fall prey to a stranger if one approaches - because they are secretly sneaking out of the house without Tom's knowledge. Lynette decides to put the twins to the test when she asks Tom to talk to them about the dangers of being kidnapped by a stranger.

When Tom does the bare minimum, Lynette stages a mock-kidnapping involving Stu, her secretary from work to show up and drive away with Porter and Preston. With Lynette and Tom watching at a distant, Stu approaches the boys and bribes them with candy which they fall for and jump into the car. Unexpectedly, Karen McCluskey begins to tase Stu. Lynette runs out of the house to help tries to shoo McCluskey away. Shortly after her visit with Carlos, Gabrielle is visited by an ex-con, a friend of Carlos' while in prison. Hector informs Gabrielle that he will be watching the Solis premises to protect her from any unwanted intruders. Gabrielle tries to persuade him to leave but all of her attempts fail until she bribes him; the two leave for the bank when Hector comes clean that Carlos did not hire him. Gabrielle begins to freak out and demands she be driven

MV Loch Linnhe

MV Loch Linnhe is a Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited ro-ro car ferry, built in 1986 and operated by Caledonian MacBrayne After over ten years at Largs, she was the summer vessel on the TobermoryKilchoan crossing from 1999 to 2017. MV Loch Linnhe was the second of four drive-through ferries built in the 1980s by Dunston's of Hessle, to cope with increasing traffic on CalMac's smaller routes; the four vessels are based on the design of MV Isle of Cumbrae. They have a second passenger lounge, on the port side, reducing the capacity of the car deck to 12; the wheelhouse is painted red and given a black top. MV Loch Linnhe replaced MV Canna on the LochalineFishnish crossing in July 1986. After one month, she moved to the Largs – Great Cumbrae crossing, in place of MV Isle of Cumbrae, She operated this crossing with her sister ship, MV Loch Striven for eleven years, until 1997, when Loch Striven was replaced by another sister, MV Loch Riddon. In 1998, after an earlier winter season on the service, Loch Linnhe moved to the TarbertPortavadie crossing operated in the summer by MV Rhum and MV Bruernish.

In early 1999 she was replaced by MV Isle of Cumbrae and became the summer vessel on the Tobermory – Kilchoan crossing. In the winter seasons, she is relieved by MV Raasay for overhaul at Ardmaleish, followed by relief duties, she has seen relief service at Raasay, Gigha, Fishnish, Lochaline and Bute. In Summer 2017, Loch Linnhe was displaced on the Tobermory to Kilchoan route by MV Loch Tarbert owing to rising vehicle traffic on that route. Loch Linnhe became a spare/relief vessel

Moustapha Djidjiwa

Moustapha Enock Djidjiwa is a Cameroonian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Albanian club KF Erzeni. In June 2017, Djidjiwa joined Albanian Superliga club Partizani Tirana and was given squad number 25, he was included in Sulejman Starova's squad for the 2017–18 UEFA Europa League first qualifying round tie versus Botev Plovdiv. He made his debut in the competition on 29 June by entering in the final 16 minutes of a 3–1 home loss at home. Djidjiwa begun the domestic season on 10 September by making his league debut against Laçi, entering in the final minutes in place of Sodiq Atanda as the team lost 2–0, he scored his first two goals for the team three days in the first leg of 2017–18 Albanian Cup first round against Naftëtari Kuçovë. Partizani won the match 6–2. Djidjiwa was released by Partizani in the first days of 2018 after collecting only 5 league appearances with no goals. Shortly after, Djidjiwa joined Albanian First Division side Erzeni Shijak by penning a contract until the end of 2017–18 season.

He debuted on 28 January by playing full-90 minutes in the 2–0 home win over Besa Kavajë. He opened his scoring account in his second appearance for the club on 17 February in the league encounter versus Burreli, netting the opener in an eventual 1–1 away draw. On throughout the season, Djidjiwa become a vital instrumental for Erzeni, netting 8 goals in 14 league appearances as the team finished third in Group B of Promotion round. On 25 April, he signed a contract extension for another year. On 10 August, Djidjiwa completed a transfer to fellow First Division side Burreli. During his time at the club, Djidjiwa made 9 appearances and scored three goals, including a brace against Vora. On 22 January 2019, Djidjiwa joined Bylis Ballsh on a deal until the end of 2018–19 campaign; as of 2 December 2018 Moustapha Djidjiwa at the Albanian Football Association

Hideki Noda

Hideki Noda is a professional racing driver from Japan. He participated in three Formula One Grands Prix, debuting in the 1994 European Grand Prix, but did not score any championship points, he replaced Yannick Dalmas in the Larrousse car for the last three Grands Prix of the season, but failed to finish in any of the three races. In 1995, he joined Simtek as a test driver. However, the Kobe earthquake and the folding of the Simtek team ended his brief career. A year Noda went to America and raced in the Indy Lights and became the only Japanese driver to win a CART-sanctioned event. After a few years in America, Noda moved back to Japan, where he drove a Team Cerumo Toyota Supra with Hironori Takeuchi. In the annual non-championship All-Star event at Aida and Takeuchi were forced out with mechanical problems. In 1999, he joined the Esso Tiger Team Le Mans under Koichiro Mori, again to drive a Toyota Supra, ex-Australian V8 Supercar driver Wayne Gardner; the highlight of their season was a win at Fuji.

With 33 points they were equal 17th in the series. In 2002, Noda returned to the United States and drove in six Indy Racing League IndyCar Series races for Convergent Racing and Indy Regency Racing with a best finish of 10th at Phoenix International Raceway while with Convergent, he competed in a round of the inaugural A1 Grand Prix season with Japan at Lausitz, where he scored three points for the Japanese team. He has been seen in the Zytek sports-prototype in 2006. Born in Osaka, Noda began his motor racing career through karting. In 1982 he competed in the Kansai Kart Land J-class category, he took out the Japanese National A-1 class championship the next year, won the Japanese National A-1 West Division series in 1985. Moving up to the A-2 class for 1986, Noda was Japanese champion again, before going to Japanese Formula Junior 1600 for 1987, where he won four times and was the top rookie, he moved up into the competitive world of Japanese Formula Three in 1988. Driving for the JAX Racing Team in a Reynard 873 with a Toyota engine, he came fifth as a 19-year-old in his first race at Suzuka, repeated the feat in round four at Suzuka.

Those were his only two points-scoring finishes. After competing in the prestigious Macau Formula Three event at the end of 1988, harbouring ambitions of Formula One, in 1989 Noda moved to Europe, he raced in both the British Vauxhall Lotus championship, in the GM Opel Lotus Euroseries, where he was ninth in the standings with second-place finishes at Paul Ricard and Zandvoort. These exploits were impressive enough to land him a ride in British Formula 3 for 1990 with Alan Docking Racing in a Ralt RT34 Mugen, he scored eight points that season, placing 12th in a year dominated by Mika Häkkinen and Mika Salo, but he stayed with the same team for 1991. Upgrading to a Ralt RT35, Noda moved up to seventh overall, scoring 36 points, including a win at Silverstone; this was the first time. By 1992 he was racing in Formula 3000 for the Mike Earle's 3001 International team in a Reynard 92D Mugen, but here he found the going much harder. In ten rounds he failed to qualify once, at Hockenheim, but when he did make it onto the grid he never reached higher than 21st.

His first season was marred by two accidents at Barcelona and Enna, although he became more reliable towards the end of the year, climaxing in an eighth-place finish at Magny-Cours. In 1993 Noda joined the TOM'S team in a Reynard 93D Cosworth, although like in 1992 he failed to score any points, he managed to qualify in the top 20 a few times, he did a good job of bringing the car home, a highlight being ninth at Pau. In Noda's third season in F3000, he switched to the Forti Corse team to drive a Reynard 94D Cosworth as teammate to Pedro Diniz; the pair did well at the Silverstone opener, Noda qualified fourth and Diniz started sixth, with Noda finishing fifth and scoring his first Formula 3000 points. He had a mid-season trot in which he qualified fifth and fifth at Barcelona and Hockenheim, scoring a podium finish with third place at Enna, he ended the year in equal ninth spot with six points. By the end of 1994, Noda had landed a Formula One seat. Although his results had not been unimpressive, it was more by virtue of the sponsorship money he brought that he got himself into the financially troubled Larrousse team towards the end of the season.

Still a relative unknown on the world stage, Noda himself was well aware of the fact that expectations of him were low. As he said himself: "People think I'm useless."Despite the limitations of the Larrousse LH94 Ford HB V8 package. As teammate to Érik Comas, at the 1994 European Grand Prix at Jerez, there were fears that both he and fellow newcomer Domenico Schiattarella would be so far off the pace that they would not beat Bertrand Gachot's horrible Pacific to the last grid spot; such fears proved unfounded, as Noda qualified within a second of Comas' time, was the 25th fastest. But when David Brabham's best time in the Simtek was disallowed, Noda was bumped up to 24th on the grid, alongside Comas in 23rd, but in another department, he had comprehensively thrashed his more experienced teammate. Under braking, he was pulling 4.1g, a Larrousse record, whereas Comas pulled less than 3g. It showed how he had got the hang of powerful Formula One brakes. In the race, he stalled on the same as his countryman, Ukyo Katayama.

Both were push-started on their way, but while