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Bump n' Grind (R. Kelly song)

"Bump n' Grind" is a song by American R&B singer R. Kelly, it was released on January 1994 as the second single from his debut solo studio album 12 Play. The track became a number one single on the US Billboard Hot 100, it spent twelve weeks at number one on the US Hot R&B Songs chart as Kelly's third number-one R&B hit, becoming the longest-running number-one of 1994 in the US, the longest-running R&B single at that time; the song reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart, following the massive success of his previous single, "She's Got That Vibe". Kelly released three versions of "Bump n' Grind": two remixes; the original LP version was made available for airplay on urban and Top 40 pop radio stations alike at first, but the "Old School" remix was issued shortly and gained massive airplay on urban, adult R&B/soul and rhythmic radio stations. Kelly released the "Bump n' Grind", used in the original video for the song; this version received major play on urban radio as well. Some stations still play the original version to this day.

The music video does not feature the famous intro. It is black and white and is filmed like a live concert performance; the music video was directed by Kim Watson. Kelly always performs the intro of the song at all events he has performed in, Kelly performs the "Bump N' Grind" instead of the original at concert, despite the original single's huge success. Kelly performed the remix versions of the song on various shows in 1994, on The Arsenio Hall Show, Billboard Music Award and Soul Train; the song is used in numerous films such as Without a Paddle, American Reunion, Project X and The Wackness. The song is in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV on the radio station The Vibe 98.8. The song has been used in the British comedy series Gavin & Stacey, ABC Series Super Fun Night and the American adult animated sitcom American Dad!. Artist like Bruno Mars, B. Smyth, Bobby V, Adrian Marcel and Chris Brown have covered. In 2013 a video went viral on social media showing an old man singing this song in his backyard.

I'll Take Her Body Bumpin' Remix Poppa Was a Playa Rodeo Karate Chop Remix Bump & Grind 2014 Songs on 12 Play Push The Feeling On "Bump n' Grind" – 4:16 "Bump n' Grind" – 4:28 "Bump n' Grind" – 5:42 British house duo Waze & Odyssey produced a bootleg of the track back in 2012, sampling "Push the Feeling On" by Nightcrawlers. The remix was released on 19 October 2014. "Bump & Grind 2014" was produced by the duo Serge Santiágo and Firas Waez known as Waze & Odyssey. The record started as an underground hit in 2012, more DJs were playing the song at clubs as time went on, but it was not until 2014 it started getting airplay. At the time it was an underground favorite among famous British DJs like Skream, DJ EZ, Duke Dumont, Rudimental were playing it at clubs; the music video was released two months before the actual official release of the song. The video features Hok from the American hip hop group Quest Crew as the main person. Digital download"Bump & Grind 2014" – 3:00Digital remixes EP"Bump & Grind 2014" – 7:23 "Bump & Grind 2014" – 8:34 "Bump & Grind 2014" – 4:01 List of Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of 1994 List of number-one R&B singles of 1994

2018 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONCACAF)

The North, Central American and Caribbean section of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification acted as qualifiers for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, to be held in Russia, for national teams which are members of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football. 3.5 slots in the final tournament were available for CONCACAF teams. In a change to previous qualification tournaments for this confederation, the first three rounds were played as knockout rounds, with both the fourth round and the final round played as group stages; the first round was played during the FIFA international dates of 23–31 March 2015. CONCACAF announced the full format details on 12 January 2015; the USA did not qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, did not enter the World Cup for the first time since 1986 after they were defeated by the Trinidad and Tobago, resulting fifth of a last sixth-place finish. As a result, for the first time that the Panama qualified for the 2018 FIFA World Cup; the qualification structure was as follows: First round: 14 teams played home-and-away over two legs.

The winners advanced to the second round. Second round: 20 teams played home-and-away over two legs; the winners advanced to the third round. Third round: 12 teams played home-and-away over two legs; the winners advanced to the fourth round. Fourth round: 12 teams were divided into three groups of four teams to play home-and-away round-robin matches; the top two of each group advanced to the fifth round. Fifth round: The six teams which had advanced from the fourth round played home-and-away round-robin matches in one group; the top three qualified for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the fourth-placed team advanced to the inter-confederation play-offs. All 35 FIFA-affiliated national teams from CONCACAF entered qualification; the seeding – used to draw the first four rounds of the qualifiers – was based on the FIFA World Rankings of August 2014. The schedule of the competition was; the inter-confederation play-offs were scheduled to be played between 6–14 November 2017. The draw for the first round was held on 15 January 2015, 19:40 EST, at the W Hotel at Miami Beach, United States.

The draw for the second round was held on 15 January 2015, 19:40 EST, at the W Hotel at Miami Beach, United States. The draw for the third round was held as part of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Preliminary Draw on 25 July 2015, starting 18:00 MSK, at the Konstantinovsky Palace in Strelna, Saint Petersburg, Russia; the draw for the fourth round was held as part of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Preliminary Draw on 25 July 2015, starting 18:00 MSK, at the Konstantinovsky Palace in Strelna, Saint Petersburg, Russia. As with every World Cup qualification campaign since 1998, CONCACAF held a six-team, home-and-away round-robin group known as the'Hexagonal', or'Hex', as its final and decisive round; as a result of the abolition of the February and August fixtures from the FIFA calendar, the'Hex' for the first time was not contained within a single calendar year, but instead began in November 2016 and concluded in October 2017. The draw for the fifth round was held on 8 July 2016, 10:00 EDT, at the CONCACAF headquarters in Miami Beach, United States.

The draw for the inter-confederation play-offs was held as part of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Preliminary Draw on 25 July 2015, starting 18:00 MSK, at the Konstantinovsky Palace in Strelna, Saint Petersburg. The fourth-placed team from CONCACAF was drawn against the fifth-placed team from Asian Football Confederation, with the CONCACAF team hosting the first leg; the following three teams from CONCACAF qualified for the final tournament. There were 319 goals scored for an average of 2.85 goals per match. 9 goals 8 goals 7 goals 6 goals 5 goals 4 goals Official FIFA World Cup website Qualifiers – North, Central America and Caribbean, FIFA.com World Cup Qualifying – Men, CONCACAF.com

Olaf Willums

Olaf Willums was a Norwegian painter and printmaker. He was born in Porsgrunn as a son of assurance director Olaf Karenius Abrahamsen and Caroline Marie Halvorsen. In July 1915 in Hemne he married painter Signy Hassel. In 1916 he changed his surname to Willums, he worked as an engineer, graduating from Skiensfjorden Mechanical Vocational School in 1904 and a technical college in Germany in 1907. He worked as a turbine constructor at Amme Giesecke & Konegen in Braunschweig from 1908 to 1912, he attended the Norwegian National Academy of Fine Arts where he studied under Halfdan Strøm and Christian Krohg from 1912 to 1913 and the Norwegian National Academy of Craft and Art Industry under Johan Nordhagen from 1913 to 1915. He was a pupil in Paris where he trained under Basil Schoukhaeff in 1927 and André Lhote in 1931; as a painter he debuted at the Statens kunstutstilling in 1913, at the 1914 Jubilee Exhibition. He had separate exhibitions in Oslo and London, was invited to exhibit in numerous cities worldwide.

In addition to paintings he did etchings, woodcuts and chalcography. From 1919 to 1945 he was a teacher at the Norwegian National Academy of Fine Arts, he has been described as "a popular teacher for a whole generation of Norwegian printmakers". Willums was active in artists' organizations, he co-founded the Association of Norwegian Printmakers in 1919, served as vice chairman and chairman from 1925 to 1929. During the German occupation of Norway he was a member of the Temporary Consultative Arts Council from November 1940 till 1942, of the Cultural Assembly until the war's end, he was a member of the Fascist political party Nasjonal Samling. In 1944 he issued a book on painter Søren Onsager. After the Second World War, he dedicated himself to painting. In 1958 he managed to exhibit the series of seven grand paintings, Draumkvædet, on which he had worked for thirty years; the National Gallery of Norway owns two paintings and some woodcuts, his chalcographics were bought by Kupferstichkabinett, British Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum.

He made several ex libris. Draumkvædet is owned by Porsgrunn municipality, he died in February 1967 at Eidanger

Heart West Country

Heart West Country was a regional radio station owned and operated by Global Radio as part of the Heart network, broadcasting to Bristol and Somerset. It launched on 16 July 2010 as a result of a merger between Heart Bristol, Heart Bath and Heart Somerset; the regional station broadcast as three separate stations - GWR FM began broadcasting to Bristol in October 1985, following a merger between Radio West and Swindon's Wiltshire Radio. Two years GWR launched a separate service for the Bath area. Meanwhile, Orchard FM began broadcasting to Somerset in November 1989 - the station was bought out by GWR Group as part of its acquisition of the Orchard Media Group ten years later. In 2005, the GWR Group merged with Capital Radio to form GCap Media - shortly afterwards, Orchard FM and ten other stations were put on sale; the sale was called off a few months because of lower than expected bids. In November 2008, GCap was taken over by Global Radio. GWR in Bristol & Bath and Orchard FM were rebranded as Heart on 23 March 2009.

On 21 June 2010, Global Radio announced it would merge the three stations as part of plans to reduce the Heart network of stations from 33 to 16. The new station began broadcasting from the'West Country Broadcast Centre' in Bristol on Friday 16 July 2010, leading to the closure of studios in Taunton. On 26 February 2019, Global announced Heart West Country would be merged with three sister stations in Devon and Cornwall and Wiltshire. From 3 June 2019, local output will consist of a three-hour regional Drivetime show on weekdays, alongside localised news bulletins, traffic updates and advertising. Local breakfast and weekend shows were with network programming from London. Heart West began broadcasting regional programming from the Bristol studios on 3 June 2019. Heart West Country

Active Adults

Active Adults is a 2017 comedy-drama film written by Max and Aaron Fisher-Cohen and directed by Aaron Fisher-Cohen. It stars Lola Kirke, Dominic Chianese, Jonathan Rosen and Joanna Merlin with supporting roles played by Rosie Perez and Ellen Barkin among others. A young couple and Lily, fail in their attempt to start their adult lives in New York City and end up moving in with Malcolm's grandparents in their New Jersey "active adult" community, where the grandparents' golden years aren't as golden as Malcolm expected. Lola Kirke as Lily Jonathan Rosen as Malcolm Dominic Chianese as Bart Joanna Merlin as Miriam Rosie Perez as Zoe Ellen Barkin as Lucy Scott Cohen as Mick Merwin Goldsmith as Hirsch Sondra James as Rose Audrey Turner as Katrina Bailey, Jason. "Flavorwire Debut: Watch Lola Kirke Try Out Retirement Home Living in the Trailer for'Active Adults'". Flavorwire.com. Retrieved 2018-08-03. Santino, Catherine. "Lola Kirke on Cultivating Her Own Voice in the World". Ladygunn.com. Retrieved 2018-08-03.

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