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Rennebu

Rennebu is a municipality in Trøndelag county, Norway. It is part of the Orkdalen region; the administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Berkåk, located along European route E6. The majority of the population lives in the villages of Berkåk, Stamnan, Ulsberg and Nerskogen; the 948-square-kilometre municipality is the 115th largest by area out of the 422 municipalities in Norway. Rennebu is the 288th most populous municipality in Norway with a population of 2,541; the municipality's population density is 2.7 inhabitants per square kilometre and its population has decreased by 2% over the last decade. The municipality of Rennebu was established in 1839 when it was separated from the municipality of Meldal; the population was 2,368. On 1 January 1966, the parish of Innset was transferred from Kvikne municipality to Rennebu. On 1 January 1970, the Garlia area was transferred from Tynset to Rennebu. On 1 January 2018, the municipality switched from the old Sør-Trøndelag county to the new Trøndelag county.

The Old Norse form of the name was Rennabú. The first element is, the plural genitive case of renna which means "journey", "march", or "road"; because two old important roads cross the municipality: one follows the Orkla river from the Orkdalsfjord to the village of Berkåk where it connects with the road from the Gudbrandsdalen valley and Oppdal to Gauldalen and Trondheim. The last element is bú which means "rural district"; the coat of arms was granted on 19 February 1982. It shows the outline of the local church, Rennebu kirke, one of the oldest churches in Norway based on a Y-shaped outline; the Church of Norway has three parishes within the municipality of Rennebu. It is part of the Gauldal prosti in the Diocese of Nidaros. Rennebu consists of uncultivated areas of mountains, lakes and forests; the highest point is the 1,548-metre tall Svarthetta. The mountain Ilfjellet is located in the northeastern part of the municipality; the Orkla River flows through the municipality from south to north in the Orkdalen valley.

The northeasternmost part of the Trollheimen mountain range lies within the municipality of Rennebu. The municipality is surrounded by the municipalities of Oppdal and Rindal to the west, Meldal to the north, Midtre Gauldal to the east, Tynset to the south; the Forollhogna National Park lies in the extreme southeastern part of the municipality. All municipalities in Norway, including Rennebu, are responsible for primary education, outpatient health services, senior citizen services and other social services, economic development, municipal roads; the municipality is governed by a municipal council of elected representatives, which in turn elect a mayor. The municipality falls under the Frostating Court of Appeal; the municipal council of Rennebu is made up of 21 representatives that are elected to four year terms. The party breakdown of the council is as follows: Trøndelag travel guide from Wikivoyage Municipal fact sheet from Statistics Norway

Guadalmedina

The Guadalmedina is a river that runs through the city of Málaga, Spain. It has played an important role in the city's history, has divided the city into two halves; the city’s historic center is located on its left bank. The Guadalmedina has its source at the La Cruz Peak, in the Sierra de Camarolos mountain range, it is 47 kilometres long, it reaches the Mediterranean in the center of the city of Málaga and flows through the Montes de Málaga Natural Park. It is a river subject to high seasonal variations and has five well defined tributaries which have their sources in the Montes de Málaga range, the Arroyo de las Vacas, Arroyo Chaperas, Arroyo Humaina, Arroyo Hondo and Arroyo de Los Frailes. All of these rivers are dry most of the year. Located in the mountains, the Limonero Dam on the Guadalmedina provides water for the area. List of rivers of Spain

London with the Lights On

London with the Lights On is the debut studio album by English girl group Stooshe. It was set for release on 25 June 2012 under the name of Swings and Roundabouts, but was held back twice. "Love Me" was released on 4 March 2012 as the album's lead single, peaking at number 5 on the UK Singles Chart. "Black Heart" was released as the second single on 15 June 2012 and became the group's highest charting single to date, peaking at number 3. The third single from the album was intended to be "Waterfalls", a cover of the TLC song, released on 11 November 2012. "Slip" was released as the album's third single on 12 May 2013, peaking at number 12. Stooshe's début album was announced around the time of the release of the first single, "Love Me", it was titled Swings and Roundabouts and a release date was set for 25 June 2012. However, Stooshe announced the album would be self-titled and would be released on 26 November 2012. On 15 November, Robert Copsey from Digital Spy reported that the album's release would be delayed until March 2013.

A statement from the group explained "Following a late rush of creativity which has seen them write some of the best songs of their career, Stooshe have decided to delay the release of their début album until March 2013 so they have time to record these songs for inclusion on the album." Stooshe added. Copsey confirmed that the album would be released on 27 May 2013; the band revealed that they delayed the release of the album to undo their record label's interference. Anderson stated "It was ready to go, but we was listening to it and realised the label had changed a few mixes, a few structures and taken off a few songs. We made this album before we got signed so it was important for us to still have control." The band added that their third single, "Waterfalls", would not appear on the album and that they were disowning it. On 5 April, Sam Hine from Popjustice reported that Stooshe had renamed their album London with the Lights On. Caroline Sullivan from The Guardian gave London with the Lights On four out of five stars and commented "Listening to the album is akin to eavesdropping on a conversation between funny, trash-talking women who happen to sing like a trio of Beyoncés: it's a noisy entertaining 50 minutes."

Stephen Unwin, writing for the Daily Express, said "It feels like we've been waiting a long time for this first album and in no way does it disappoint. A little En Vogue here, a lot of Salt-n-Pepa there, it is a witty, exceptional debut." The Independent's Simon Price received the album well, saying "The south London trio's effortlessly assured debut combines classic 1960s soul, streetparty reggae, upfront electro-pop, cackling Night Bus backchat and shameless sexual innuendo. And there is nothing not to love about it." However, Price's colleague Andy Gill gave the album one star, explaining that London with the Lights On "is pretty thin fare" and that the majority of songs collapse "under the weight of excess sass." "Love Me", featuring US rapper Travie McCoy, was released as the lead single from the album on 4 March 2012, peaking at number 5 on the UK Singles Chart. The accompanying music video was released on 16 January 2012. "Black Heart", the album's second single, was released on 17 June 2012.

The song peaked at number 3. "Slip" was released as the third single on 12 May 2013. The song peaked at number 12 in the UK. "My Man Music" was released as the fourth single on 28 July 2013. The music video was released on 20 June. Track listing confirmed by iTunes