Yahoo Web Search

  1. Adele - Wikipedia › wiki › Adele

    8 hours ago · Adele MBE Adele performing on her Adele Live 2016 tour Born Adele Laurie Blue Adkins (1988-05-05) 5 May 1988 (age 32) London, England Alma mater BRIT School Occupation Singer-songwriter Years active 2006–present Spouse(s) Simon Konecki (m. 2016; div. 2021) Children 1 Awards Full list Musical career Genres Pop R&B blue-eyed soul pop-soul Instruments Vocals guitar drums bass piano Labels XL ...

  2. The Cult - Wikipedia › wiki › The_Cult

    1 day ago · The Cult Founding members of the Cult, Ian Astbury (vocalist) and Billy Duffy (guitarist), performing in 2016 Background information Also known as Death Cult (1983–1984) Origin Bradford, West Yorkshire, England Genres Hard rock heavy metal post-punk gothic rock glam metal (Electric and Sonic Temple) grunge (on The Cult) Years active 1983 (1983) –1995 1999–2002 2006–present Labels ...

  3. The Sun Chronicle - Wikipedia › wiki › The_Sun_Chronicle

    The Sun Chronicle (formerly The Attleboro Sun and the Evening Chronicle) is a daily newspaper in Attleboro, Massachusetts, United States.Most of its readers are in Attleboro and North Attleborough, Massachusetts, but it also covers nearby Foxborough, Mansfield, Norfolk, Norton, Plainville, Rehoboth, Seekonk, and Wrentham, Massachusetts.

  4. Mining engineering - Wikipedia › wiki › Mining_engineering

    1 day ago · Mining in the engineering discipline is the extraction of minerals from underneath, above or on the ground. Mining engineering is associated with many other disciplines, such as mineral processing, exploration, excavation, geology, and metallurgy, geotechnical engineering and surveying.

  5. Hops - Wikipedia › wiki › Hops

    1 day ago · Hops are the flowers (also called seed cones or strobiles) of the hop plant Humulus lupulus, a member of the Cannabaceae family of flowering plants. They are used primarily as a bittering, flavouring, and stability agent in beer, to which, in addition to bitterness, they impart floral, fruity, or citrus flavours and aromas.

  6. Carlton Hotel, London - Wikipedia › wiki › Carlton_Hotel,_London

    8 hours ago · The Carlton Hotel was a luxury hotel in London that operated from 1899 to 1940. It was designed by the architect C. J. Phipps as part of a larger development that included the rebuilding of Her Majesty's Theatre, which is adjacent to the hotel site.

  7. New Zealand national cricket team - Wikipedia › wiki › New_Zealand_national

    1 day ago · New Zealand first played South Africa in 1931–32 in a three match series but were unable to secure Test matches against any teams other than England before World War II ended all Test cricket for 7 years. A Test tour by Australia, planned for February and March 1940, was cancelled after the outbreak of the war.

  8. call - Wiktionary › wiki › call
    • English
    • Catalan
    • Irish
    • Scottish Gaelic
    • Welsh


    From Middle English callen, from Old English ceallian (“to call, shout”) and Old Norse kalla (“to call; shout; refer to as; name”); both from Proto-Germanic *kalzōną (“to call, shout”), from Proto-Indo-European *gal(o)s-, *glōs-, *golH-so- (“voice, cry”). Cognate with Scots call, caw, ca (“to call, cry, shout”), Dutch kallen (“to chat, talk”), German dialectal kallen (“to talk; talk loudly or too much”), Swedish kalla (“to call, refer to, beckon”), Norwegian kalle (“to call, name”), Icelandic...


    1. (UK) enPR: kôl, IPA(key): /kɔːɫ/ 2. (General American) IPA(key): /kɔl/, [kʰɔɫ] 3. (US, cot–caught merger) IPA(key): /kɑɫ/, [kʰɑɫ] 4. Rhymes: -ɔːɫ


    call (plural calls) 1. A telephone conversation. 1.1. I received several phone callstoday. 1.2. I received several callstoday. 2. A short visit, usually for social purposes.quotations ▼ 2.1. I paid a callto a dear friend of mine. 2.1. (Can we date this quote by Cowper and provide title, author's full name, and other details?) 2.1.1. the baker's punctual call 3. (nautical) A visit by a ship or boat to a port. 3.1. The ship made a callat Southampton. 4. A cry or shout. 4.1. He heard a callfrom...


    1. (Balearic, Central, Valencian) IPA(key): /ˈkaʎ/

    Etymology 1

    From Latin callis (“alley, narrow street, passageway”)

    Etymology 2

    From Latin callum.

    Etymology 1

    (This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)

    Further reading

    1. "call" in Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla, An Gúm, 1977, by Niall Ó Dónaill. 2. Entries containing “call” in English-Irish Dictionary, An Gúm, 1959, by Tomás de Bhaldraithe. 3. Entries containing “call” in New English-Irish Dictionaryby Foras na Gaeilge.


    call m (genitive singular calla, plural callaidhean) 1. verbal noun of caill 2. loss 3. waste


    call (feminine singular call, plural call, equative called, comparative callach, superlative callaf) 1. wise, sensible, rational 1.1. Synonyms: doeth, deallus

  9. People also search for