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Philipp Poisel

Philipp Poisel /pwaˈzɛl/ is a German singer-songwriter. Philipp Poisel produced music, he recorded his composition with a tape recorder. He was in the choir but he was criticised so much for his singing that he gave up at the end. After completing his Abitur exam, he wanted to be a secondary teacher of English and Music. However, he was denied to higher education. After numerous trips throughout Europe, Poisel met his future producer Frank Pilsl, with whom he recorded first demo versions of his songs in summer 2006. Poisel founded his own record label Holunder-Records as he couldn't reach an agreement for contract terms with any of the major labels. In 2007, the famous German musician Herbert Grönemeyer noticed Poisel and signed him to his record company Grönland. On August 29, 2008, Poisel’s debut album Wo fängt dein Himmel an? was released. His eponymous first single, released a few weeks earlier than his debut, hit No. 77 in the German Single-Charts. The same year, Poisel performed in the opening act for Ane Brun, Maria Mena, Suzanne Vega and Herbert Grönemeyer.

After a concert tour in the German speaking region, Poisel worked on the production of his second studio album Bis nach Toulouse. It was reached No. 8 of the German Album-Charts. It stayed Top 50 for eight weeks. In 2011, Poisel contributed his unreleased ballad Eiserner Steg to the soundtrack of the Matthias Schweighöfer-directed movie What a Man which hit cinemas on August 26, 2011; the song was released as a single-track and climbed as high as No. 21 in the German Media Control-Charts at first. After it was performed by Benny Fiedler in the singing talent show The Voice of Germany in early January 2012, the song rose until mid-January 2012 from No. 100 to No. 4 of the German singles charts and hitherto his highest single-placement in the German Media Control-Charts. In August 2012, Poisel published the live album Projekt Seerosenteich in which he interprets 19 of his songs with new string quartets and piano accompaniment; the album went straight to number one in the German Album-Charts. In August 2012, the single Wolke 7, a duet of Poisel with Max Herre, was released.

It stayed in the Top 10 of the German Singlecharts for five weeks. In September 2012, Poisel’s Single Wie soll ein Mensch das ertragen? jumped from No. 59 to No. 5 in the German Singlecharts after Jean-Michel Aweh performed the song in the talent show Das Supertalent. The single hit the Top Ten in Austria after Aweh’s performance. In 2014, Poisel was invited by Band Aid 30 Germany to be part of the German version of the charity song Do They Know It’s Christmas?, which celebrated its world premiere on 21 November 2014. On September 16, 2016, Philipp Poisel released the song Erkläre mir die Liebe in advance from his third studio album. Poisel lives in Tübingen. Poisel was one of the nominated artists at the 2011 Echo in the category National Rock/Pop, his debut album Wo fängt dein Himmel an reached Gold record in January 2012. His Single Eiserner Steg reached Gold record in 2012, his album Bis nach Toulouse reached Platinum record in January 2013 for selling 200,000 copies in Germany. His album Projekt Seerosenteich reached Gold record in January 2013 for selling 100,000 copies in Germany.

His Single Wie soll ein Mensch das ertragen reached Gold record in 2013 for selling 150,000 copies in Germany. His Single Wolke 7 reached Gold record in 2013 for selling 150,000 copies in Germany. Wo fängt dein Himmel an? Bis nach Toulouse Projekt Seerosenteich Mein Amerika Wo fängt dein Himmel an? Ich & Du Und wenn die Welt morgen untergeht Halt mich Seerosenteich Mit jedem deiner Fehler Als gäb's kein Morgen mehr Wie soll ein Mensch das ertragen Bis nach Toulouse Zünde alle Feuer Innen und Außen All die Jahre Froh dabei zu sein Für keine Kohle dieser Welt Im Garten von Gettis Eiserner Steg Ich will nur Wolke 7 Liebe meines Lebens Bis nach Toulouse Herr Reimer Durch die Nacht Mit jedem deiner Fehler Erkläre mir die Liebe Bis ans Ende der Hölle Das kalte Herz Zum ersten Mal Nintendo Official Website Philipp Poisel at ferryhouse and Grönland Lyrics at LyricsLounge

Wally Jennings

Walter Henry Jennings was an English footballer who played as a right half. He made over 150 Football League appearances in the years before the Second World War. Wally Jennings played locally for South Bristol Central Old Boys and had trials with Bristol Rovers & Blackburn Rovers. Alex Raisbeck signed Jennings in May 1928 for Bristol City. Jennings moved to Cardiff City in June 1933. Jennings played for Bath City, Cheltenham Town and Bristol St George. After retiring from playing Wally Jennings was a scout for Everton, Bristol Rovers and Bath City

Wilfred Bumburing

Datuk Seri Panglima Wilfred Bumburing is a Malaysian politician. He is a member of the Sabah State Legislative Assembly and a former Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the seat of Tuaran, Sabah. Bumburing was first elected to the State Assembly as a member of the United Sabah Party. In 1994, he joined Bernard Dompok in defecting from PBS to join the Barisan Nasional coalition, setting up the party that subsequently became the United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation, he was a Deputy Chief Minister in the Barisan Nasional government. He was elected to federal Parliament in the 2008 election for the seat of Tuaran, his election came after UPKO's incumbent member Wilfred Madius Tangau stood down citing the wishes of the party's leadership. In 2012, he left UPKO to sit in Parliament as a member of People's Justice Party of the opposition Pakatan Rakyat coalition, he recontested the 2013 election as a PKR candidate, but lost his seat to Tangau, who had returned to the UPKO deputy presidency.

C did, win the seat of Tamparuli in the Sabah State Legislative Assembly. In 2016 Wilfred Bumburing left PKR for the newly formed Love Sabah Party and was elected as its new president

Olaf Feilan

Olaf Feilan Thorsteinsson was an Icelandic gothi of the Settlement period. He was the son of Thorstein the Red, jarl of Caithness, his wife Thurid Eyvindsdottir; the byname "feilan" is derived from meaning wolfling or little wolf. After the death of his father Olaf was reared by his grandmother Aud the Deep-minded, emigrated with her to Iceland, where they settled at the estate called Hvamm in the Laxardal region. Olaf married a woman named Alfdis of Barra, around 920. According to the Laxdæla saga Aud held Olaf dearer than anyone else, bequested the Hvamm estate to him after her death, she arranged Olaf's betrothal to Alfdis, planned the wedding feast for the end of summer, which she predicted "would be the last feast I would hold". She indeed died during the festivities that lasted 3-days, but the feast was continued to commemorate both Olaf's marriage and Aud's death; the Landnámabók gives briefer notice on this stating she died during the funeral feast she held for herself in anticipation of her own death.

The children of Olaf and Alfdis were Thord Gellir, Helga and Thordis. Olaf died around 940. Shortly after his death, his nephew Hoskuld Dala-Kollsson named his illegitimate son Olaf the Peacock as namesake. Lines from Thord Gellir— Eyjolf the Gray Thordarson — Thorkel Eyjolfsson — Eyjolf the Gray Thordarson — Gellir — Thorgils — Ari the Learned. — Thorkel Kuggi Thordarson — Thorstein Kuggason — Thorhild Rjupa, wife of Snorri — Thord Horsehead — Thorfinn Karlsefni the explorer to Vinland

Shiroi Heya no Futari

Shiroi Heya no Futari, is a yuri manga by Ryoko Yamagishi, one of the Year 24 Group. It was first published by Shueisha in Ribon in 1971, making it one of the earliest shōjo yuri manga, is the story of a romance between two girls at a prestigious all-girls school in France; the orphaned Resine decides, against her aunt's wishes, to attend the same boarding school as her mother. She finds it difficult to fit herself into the life of the school. Resine must share a room with Simone, the rebellious daughter of a famous actress. Simone does not make Resine feel welcome, Simone takes advantage of every chance she gets to cause trouble. Simone goes out late with boys, copies Resine's homework, teases Resine every time she cries. In spite of everything, the two girls become closer; the school puts on a production of Romeo and Juliet – Simone is chosen to be Romeo, whilst Resine is chosen to be Juliet. Resine expresses some worry about having to kiss Simone, but she is told that she can pretend to kiss Simone.

On stage, their kiss is "passionate – and real". After the play and Simone go into the woods, kiss again. However, a girl who missed out on the role of Romeo saw them, she begins to spread malicious gossip about the pair. Resine tries to distance herself from Simone because of the gossip, Simone tries to comfort her. First she tells Resine to ignore the gossip. Resine finds that impossible. Simone takes Resine out on the town to find her a boyfriend. Resine throws her energies into dating her new boyfriend, Simone becomes depressed. Simone and Resine have an argument. Resine runs away, becoming sick; some months after recovering, Resine learns that Simone had died. She returns to the school to find out. Resine swears to keep on living, forever alone. Yukari Fujimoto regards Shiori Heya no Futari to have influenced works by Machiko Satonaka, Riyoko Ikeda, Yukari Ichijo, becoming "prototypical" of a common yuri story in the 1970s and 1980s which Fujimoto dubs "Crimson Rose and Candy". Here, "Candy" is a femme character.

The attachment between Candy and Rose becomes the subject of rumours or blackmail while Candy and Rose grow to acknowledge their relationship as being romantic. Rose dies "almost without fail" in order to protect Candy from scandal. James Welker regards these stories to contain elements of "lesbian panic". Welker presents Frederik Schodt's view that melodramatic endings were "common" in "early shōjo manga", but presents Fujimoto's suggestion that "patriarchal forces" were responsible for the tragic ending of the "Crimson Rose and Candy" stories. Shiroi Heya no Futari at Anime News Network's encyclopedia