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Metavolcanic rock

In geology, metavolcanic rock is a type of metamorphic rock. Such a rock was first produced as lava or tephra; the rock was buried underneath subsequent rock and was subjected to high pressures and temperatures, causing the rock to recrystallize. Metavolcanic rock is found in greenstone belts. Metavolcanic rock can contain the minerals quartz, amphibole, pyroxene. Less common minerals can include biotite, actinolite, chalcedony and wodginite. Metasedimentary rock – Metamorphic rock from a sedimentary precursor

List of UK Singles Chart number ones of the 2020s

The UK Singles Chart is a weekly record chart compiled by the Official Charts Company on behalf of the British record industry. The chart week runs from Friday to Thursday with the chart date given as the following Friday. Audio streaming data was incorporated into the chart in 2014, with 100 streams equivalent to one sale. In 2017, the OCC introduced an exception for songs that had spent a certain time on the charts and whose consumption had declined, whereby these songs are calculated at a rate of 300 streams equivalent to a sale. Ellie Goulding was the first artist to top the chart in the decade, with her cover of Joni Mitchell's song "River"; the following singles have all been number one in the United Kingdom during the 2020s. List of UK Albums Chart number ones of the 2020s Official UK Singles Top 100 at the Official Charts Company The Official UK Top 40 Singles Chart at BBC Radio 1

Unpretty Rapstar (season 1)

Unpretty Rapstar is a 2015 South Korean music competition program focusing on female rappers. The show, a spin-off of Show Me the Money, premiered in January 2015 on Mnet and was hosted by Korean rapper San E. In August 2015, it was confirmed that the show would begin airing its second season on September 11, 2015. Original Airdate: Winner: Cheetah First runner-up: Jessi Second runner-up: Yuk Ji-dam Semi-finalists: Kisum Jimin of AOA Jolly V Eliminated contestants: Tymee Jace of Miss $ Lil Cham An ice-breaker where all contestants and the host do a rap for their self-introduction, using the same beat; the rappers are allowed to respond to pre-game diss battles. The first mission in all seasons of Unpretty Rapstar was contestants collaborating with judges and fellow contestants to create a music video for an original rap song; the video is filmed in one unedited take, the rappers must write and arrange the song. After the filming of the music video for the song is complete, the rappers vote for who did the best and worst, in a disclosed process.

The winner of the mission receives an advantage for the next challenge or the next part of the track missions. Whoever is voted last by their fellow rappers receives a penalty of being excluded from the next mission, or from the song, produced through the one-take mission. A series of one-on-one rap battles. Unlike rap battles in Show Me the Money, these are closed events with no MCs. Unpretty Rapstar 2 Unpretty Rapstar 3 Official website

Kerala Premier League

Kerala Premier League is a professional football league organised by Kerala Football Association played in the state of Kerala, India. The league features the best teams of Kerala affiliated with the KFA competing for a trophy; the league is played in a two single format. The top two teams from each group qualify for the final round. Three points are awarded for one for a draw and zero for a loss. At the end of the season a table of the final standings is determined, based on the points obtained goal difference, goals scored. A women's league started in the 2014–15 season with 8 teams. Starting with the 2016 -- 17 season, games are played in away format; the Kerala Premier League has been sponsored since 2013–14 season. Ramco Cements was the sponsors of the league for the first 2 seasons. 2013–2015: Ramco 2015–2016: Dentcare Dental Lab 2016–2017: Cochin Shipyard 2017–2018: ICL Fincorp 2018–2019: Ramco As updated on 28 July 2019. 11 Initially. 2 Withdrawn in middle of the Season. Goa Professional League Mizoram Premier League Calcutta Football League Bangalore Super Division DSA Senior Division

Eryngium maritimum

Eryngium maritimum, the sea holly or seaside eryngo, is a species of Eryngium in the plant family Apiaceae and native to most European coastlines. It resembles a plume thistle in that its flower is burr-shaped, but the flowers are metallic blue rather than mauve. Protected from winds this dune plant grows to a height of 20 to 60 cm. Although widespread, it is considered endangered in many areas, such as Germany where its occurrence has been reduced throughout and has become locally extinct in several districts. In Elizabethan times in England, these plants were believed to be a strong aphrodisiac, they are named in a speech by Falstaff: Sea holly was nominated the 2002 County flower for the city of Liverpool. Asteroid 199194 Calcatreppola was named after this plant; the official naming citation was published by the Minor Planet Center on 25 September 2018. This article is based on a translation of an article from the German Wikipedia Plants for a Future—PFAF Plant Database: Eryngium maritimum Further information and images—

The Singles Collection (Jimi Hendrix album)

The Singles Collection is a posthumous compilation album by Jimi Hendrix, released in 2003 by MCA Records. The album is made up of ten discs, each of which contains one single released by Hendrix, including some after his death. All songs were written except where noted. "Hey Joe" "Stone Free" "Purple Haze" "51st Anniversary" "The Wind Cries Mary" "Highway Chile" "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" "The Stars That Play with Laughing Sam's Dice" "Foxy Lady" "Manic Depression" "Crosstown Traffic" "Gypsy Eyes" "Voodoo Child" "Hey Joe" "All Along the Watchtower" "Stepping Stone" "Izabella" "Dolly Dagger" "Night Bird Flying" "Little Drummer Boy" "Silent Night" "Auld Lang Syne" "Three Little Bears" Jimi Hendrix – guitar, lead vocals, electric harpsichord on track 7, mellotron on track 7, kazoo on track 11, piano on track 11, bass on track 15 Mitch Mitchelldrums, backing vocals on track 11 Noel Redding – bass, backing vocals Dave Mason – bass on track 11, acoustic guitar on track 15 Buddy Miles – drums on track 16 and 17 Billy Cox – bass on tracks 16, 17, 18 and 19