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  1. Karera [ baguhin | baguhin ang batayan] Si Sarah Asher Tua Geronimo ang pinakabatang nanalo ng Star For A Night, isang palabas ng reality-based sa Pilipinas noong panahon ng MTV Pilipinas Awards 2004 nang kumanta si Geronimo, kasama si Guy Sebastian. Ginawaran si Geronimo bilang sikat na artista ng MTV Philippines.

  2. What is the capital of Nicaragua. Managua. In which country does the Amazon River begin? Peru. What strait is located between Spain and Morocco? Gibraltar. What Chilean province, famed for its giant statues, is located over 2000 miles west of the South American coast? Easter Island, La Isla de Pascua.

  3. True or False: Rocinante is a horse. True. What is a parador? A castle converted into a hotel. Name one of Mexico's three mountain ranges. Sierra Madre del Sur, Sierra Madre Occidental, Sierra Madre Oriental. What are the two dates of Mexican Independence? September 15 and 16.

  4. Apr 02, 2020 · How about a short one, named for a Big Star song, so apt for The Social maybe. Thirteen. The train stations of middle England. with their ‘Parkway’ epithets, fried breakfasts and untidy homeliness. A couple of buzzards, farmland. Almost nothing to see. I notice a certain harmony. for the first time on an old song. Something I must have been ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › BGYOBGYO - Wikipedia

    Akira. JL. Mikki. Nate. BGYO (pronounced as B-G-Y-O, stylized in uppercase ), formerly known as Star Hunt Academy Boys or SHA Boys, [2] is a five-member Filipino boy group that began formation in 2018 by ABS-CBN Star Hunt Academy and debuted in 2021 under ABS-CBN 's Star Magic. The quintet—composed of Akira, Gelo, JL, Mikki, and Nate—co ...

  6. The most Latin Grammys (24) have gone to Rene Perez Joglar and Eduardo Cabra. Where are they from and what's the name of their group?

  7. Chamamé. Saturday 1 August 2009 5:00PM. While tango is Buenos Aires-based urban music, chamamé comes from the land in the north of Argentina where, as one player puts it, 'there's a lot of ...