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Midweeks are lists of sales figures for music albums and singles in the United Kingdom during the period between the weekly chart publication on Sundays. They are officially known as "sales flashes" but more frequently referred to as midweeks as they are released on Wednesdays. Midweeks were formerly only available to music industry insiders who paid the Official Charts Company a fee for the data. The figures help management and record companies gauge how well their artists are selling in advance of the official announcement of the charts on Sunday evening. The first figures of the week are released on Wednesdays based on sales since the start of the chart week on Sunday. This allows a sales strategy to be modified during the week of a single's release based on its performance, e.g. more advertising or media appearances for the artist, in the hope of boosting the final chart position at the end of the week. However, precisely because of their role in predicting the final chart, midweeks have always been highly sought after by music enthusiasts and fans of artists who are releasing albums or singles. Before midweeks started being officially published, those who received the figures were prohibited from re-distributing them but they were always leaked and several websites, blogs and forums published them. The OCC occasionally threatened legal action, but generally turned a blind eye so long as actual sales figures were avoided. Many showbiz columns in tabloid newspapers on Wednesdays also announced who was likely to be number one on Sunday.
Wanda Elizabeth "Beth" Moore (born Wanda Elizabeth Green; June 16, 1957) is an American evangelist, author, and Bible teacher. She is the founder of Living Proof Ministries, a Bible-based organization for women based in Houston, Texas. The ministry focuses on aiding women who desire to model their lives on evangelical Christian principles.The ministry, in conjunction with LifeWay Christian Resources, conducts more than a dozen conferences, known as "Living Proof Live", around the United States annually. Travis Cottrell leads worship at the conferences. From 2007 to 2011, Moore, Kay Arthur, and Priscilla Shirer collaborated on another LifeWay weekend conference, "Deeper Still: The Event". Moore also teaches through her radio show, Living Proof with Beth Moore, and appears as a regular on the television program LIFE Today, where she hosts "Wednesdays in the Word (formally known as "Wednesdays with Beth"). Additionally, Moore writes books and produces video resources based on the Bible studies that she conducts at the Living Proof Live conferences and at Houston's First Baptist Church. She currently attends Bayou City Fellowship, Houston, Texas, where her son-in-law, Curtis Jones, is lead pastor. She has taught at conferences for women in numerous countries, including Ireland, England, Singapore, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, and India.
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women crush wednesdsy
Exactly like WCW (women crush wednesdsy) or MCM (man crush monday) where people will take pictures of their friends, crushes, or celebs and post it on their insta, snap, and other social media. They usually do this on monday's and wednesdays because TBT (throw back thursday) is usually what goes on during thursday but if you miss WCW (women crush wednes day) you can do a WCT (Women crush thursday) or MCT (Man crush thursday)
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Snoddy was a six-part Scottish television sitcom, written and created by Johnny Crawford, that first broadcast on BBC One Scotland on 13 March 2002. The series, which aired at 10:35pm on Wednesdays, starred Gregor Fisher of Rab C Nesbitt fame as DCI Samuel J. Snoddy, the head of Scotland's Elite Crime Squad, who is obsessed with spending more time playing golf abroad rather than fighting crimes.Only a single series of six episodes was broadcast, and the series was never shown outside of Scotland. The series was regarded as unsuccessful and was axed by BBC bosses following poor ratings. The series was heavily promoted in and around the Glasgow area, with a number of billboard posters portraying the tagline "it's a Hotel Oscar Oscar Tango of a show” being put up around the city. Notably, the series has never been made available on DVD.
EastEnders is a British soap opera created by Julia Smith and Tony Holland which has been broadcast on BBC One since 1985. Set in Albert Square in the East End of London in the fictional Borough of Walford, the programme follows the stories of local residents and their families as they go about their daily lives. Initially there were two 30-minute episodes per week but since 2001 episodes have been broadcast every weekday apart from Wednesdays. Within eight months of the show's launch, it reached the number-one spot in BARB's TV ratings and has consistently remained among the top-rated TV programmes in Britain. In 2013, the average audience share for an episode was around 30 per cent. Today, EastEnders remains a significant programme in terms of the BBC's success and audience share, and also in the history of British television drama, tackling many dilemmas that are considered to be controversial and taboo issues in British culture and social life previously unseen on United Kingdom mainstream television.As of May 2016, EastEnders has won nine BAFTA Awards and the Inside Soap Award for Best Soap for 14 years running (from 1997 to 2012), as well as twelve National Television Awards for Most Popular Serial Drama and 11 awards for Best Soap at the British Soap Awards. It has also won 13 TV Quick and TV Choice Awards for Best Soap, six TRIC Awards for Soap of The Year, four Royal Television Society Awards for Best Continuing Drama and has been inducted into the Rose d'Or Hall of Fame.
Novaya Gazeta (Russian: Новая газета, IPA: [ˈnovəjə ɡɐˈzʲetə], lit. New Gazette) is a Russian newspaper well known in its country for its critical and investigative coverage of Russian political and social affairs. It is published in Moscow, in regions within Russia, and in some foreign countries. As of 2009, the print edition is published on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; English-language articles on the website are published irregularly. Six Novaya Gazeta journalists, including Yury Shchekochikhin, Anna Politkovskaya and Anastasia Baburova, have been murdered since 2001, in connection with their investigations.
Dorothée (French pronunciation of the first name Dorothy) is the stage name of Frédérique Hoschedé (born 14 July 1953 in Paris), a French singer and television presenter. She was a continuity announcer on French public broadcaster Antenne 2 from 1977 to 1983, but she is more known for having presented children's television programmes like Les mercredis de la jeunesse (Childhood's Wednesdays, 1973), Dorothée et ses amis (Dorothée and Her Friends, 1977–1978), Récré A2 (Recess A2, 1978–1987), and Club Dorothée (Dorothée's Club, 1987–1997). She is also a singer with a large discography, singing pop music for children, and she has also recorded the best-known French traditional nursery rhymes in a record collection called Le jardin des chansons (Garden of Songs).
Luino (Western Lombard: Lüin) is a small town and comune near the border with Switzerland on the eastern shore of Lake Maggiore, in the Province of Varese (Lombardy, northern Italy). Luino received the honorary title of city with a presidential decree in 1969. Luino is well known for its weekly market, currently held on Wednesdays, which is purportedly the largest of its kind in Europe. It is also a popular destination for tourists, especially from Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands.
Boubon is a large village in southwestern Niger (West Africa), 27.8 km to the northwest of the centre of the capital Niamey. It lies on the left bank of the Niger River in the Commune of Karma, Department of Kollo, Region of Tillabéry. On the eastern side Boubon is bordered by the sandy bed of an intermittent stream, the Guendiora, that flows into the Niger here. On the northern and western sides, Boubon is hemmed in by low rocky slopes of the Nigérien plateau. The road from Niamey to Boubon is tarmacked. Facing Boubon on the opposite shore of the Niger River are the villages Béri, Dambou Béri, Sarando Béné and Sarando Ganda.Boubon is one of the major pottery centers of Niger even though there is no large scale or centralized production: pottery is made by women in individual households. The pots are sold on the large and colourful weekly market on Wednesdays where also cattle is bought and sold, and meat, fruits, vegetables, household articles, clothing, shoes, etc. There used to be a Campement Touristique on the island in the river facing Boubon, with a restaurant, a pool, and cabins to stay for the night. Mainly expatriates from Niamey came here, crossing to the island by pirogue. But it has been closed for a number of years and it now looks abandoned and derelict.
John Derek Crozier (12 November 1917 – 3 April 2010), under the pseudonym "Crosaire", was the compiler of the "Irish Times crossword" from its inception in 1943 until his death. As he was the sole compiler for 68 years, the crossword itself became known as "the Crosaire" by metonymy. It is a cryptic crossword, in contrast to the "Simplex crossword" which soon came to be published alongside it. Crozier's pseudonym "Crosaire" is a play on his own surname and crosaire, the Irish for "crossroads".He retained an idiosyncratic approach to compilation; his crosswords never came to conform to the standards developed in Britain by "Ximenes". The day he died saw puzzle No 14,120 published; The Irish Times crossword editor estimated there were a year's worth of his puzzles remaining to be published.He was born in Dublin and educated at Castle Park preparatory school in Dalkey and Repton School in England. He graduated from Trinity College, Dublin in 1940. He worked in administration at the Guinness Brewery in St. James's Gate. He was introduced to editor Bertie Smyllie at an Irish Times party in a Dublin pub on Christmas Eve 1942, where he mentioned his hobby of compiling crosswords. Smyllie commissioned him and the first Crosaire was printed on 13 March 1943. Initially it appeared weekly on Saturdays, with Wednesdays added in 1950, Tuesdays in 1955, and a daily puzzle from 1982.In 1948 Crozier emigrated to Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, to work as a tobacco and maize farmer in Sinoia, now Chinhoyi. He found farming difficult and the meagre income from his puzzles was important. In the 1962 Southern Rhodesian general election, he stood for the United Federal Party in the Gwebi constituency, losing to Rhodesian Front candidate James Graham, 7th Duke of Montrose. From 1963 to 1989, he taught at St George's College in Salisbury, now Harare. His puzzles were often delivered to Ireland through visitors from abroad to avoid the vagaries of the Zimbabwe postal system. He travelled to Dublin in 1993 for the 50th anniversary of his first puzzle, during which he appeared on The Late Late Show and at a forum for 400 fans chosen by lottery. He died at his home in Nyanga, aged 92. A memorial service was held at St George's College, attended by his three sons.Roy Earle (using the pseudonym Mac An Iarla) took over as the compiler of the Crosaire following Crozier's death, with his crosswords appearing between Monday, 24 October 2011 and Saturday, 9 June 2012. The Crosaire has since been compiled by "Crossheir."
Hawlati (Kurdish for "citizen") is an independent Kurdish newspaper, published in Sulaymaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan and London. Tariq Fatih is the owner of the paper. Hawlati is a biweekly newspaper issued by Ranj Publishing House, published on Sundays and Wednesdays. The current editor is Kamal Rauf. The newspaper first appeared on 5 November 2000. The BBC referred to the launch of Hawlati as the birth of independent media in Iraq. One of the founders, Asos Hardi, is the son of the Kurdish poet Ahmad Hardi. Hawlati claims to be the first independent newspaper in the region since the fall of Saddam Hussein. To prove its transparency, the paper made a point of publishing its quarterly financial reports in the paper itself. The paper also had to cope with the lack of professional journalists in Iraq. The London edition was launched in April 2009. Hawlati is one of two independent newspapers in Iraqi Kurdistan - the other is Awene, which was established by a number of journalists, including Hardi, after their split from Hawlati. The newspaper’s independent stance has frequently brought it into trouble with the authorities. In 2008, the former editor, Abad Arif, was arrested and released on bail after a suit bought by Iraqi President Jalal Talabani for an article in the newspaper alleging corruption in the Iraqi Government. He received a heavy fine for this article. In 2008 Hawlati was voted the most popular newspaper in Iraqi Kurdistan
Atilogwu is a traditionally spirited youth dance from the Igbo ethnic group of Nigeria that focuses on vigorous body movement and often includes acrobatics. In the Igbo language, the word itself "Atilogwu" translates into "has magic—as in sorcery/ witchcraft—been put into it?"The name stems from rumors that bewitchment or magic potions had to be involved if the children of the village could perform so exuberantly and energetically, while making it look so effortless. The tempo of the dance matches the tempo of the music, which is dependent on the beat of the drum and "ogene," a metal gong instrument. The dance is usually performed during festivals and the festivity will also include exotic dishes created from authentic Nigerian recipes, served buffet style.HISTORY OF ATILOGWU The History of Ezeagu Atilogwu Posted by admin on 17 November 2011 Ezeagu is endowed with a rich cultural heritage, and traditional festivals and dances announce the arrival and departure of the various seasons of the year. Ogugo-Chi, Akanu, Oku Owa-Ito, Ibono Okochi, Ibono Udu-Mii, Mgba Ndi-Omu, Mgba Une n’Une, Owhuwhu-Ji and Mgba Ogwu are principal festivals, while the international-famed Ezeagu Atilogwu dance remains the cynosure at traditional dance jamborees in Enugu State and in other parts of Nigeria. Some of the most famous Igbo dances include Atilogwu, Abigbo, Egwu Amala, Egwu Ogene, Ode, Odebara, Nkwa, Mkpokiti, Akwunechenyi, Nkwa Umuagbogho, Nkwa Nwite, Ikorodo, Egwu Ubo, Okanga, Egedege, Adamma, Mgbaga, Agbacha Ekuru Nwa, Egwu Ijele, Ntukpo, Odegelu, Igede and Igba-Udugongo. Atilogwu is an amalgamation or montage of five dances – Anam, Ogwulogwu, Anaku, Ochanja and Adunjanja. For some others, it is that of Mgbaga, Ogwulogwu, Otiokpokpo, Ochufulu and Egwu-Igba. It dominates every other dance in Ezeaguland because of its magnificent rhythms and physical acrobatic movements formed from elaborations and modifications of the afore-mentioned dances. Other areas that feature the Atilogwu include: Ugbanu, Ebenebe, Igbo-Ukwu and the people of the Anambra Basin, but Ezeagu people have passed the art from one group to another so that it is now synonymous with them. Ezeagu Atilogwu (Atilogwu Ezeagu) was born in 1947, in Lagos. Hitherto, the vogue was the Ogwulogwu and Ubo Uya Kanga dances which were taught by one Umeayo Ubeyi. Clement Onwumelu of the Nigerian Railways returned home and bought all the instruments of the Atilogwu for the Ezeagu Improvement Union, Lagos. This was possible because, according to remembered history, a youth organization of Aguobu Iwollo had travelled to Ebenebe in Awka in 1942 to learn the Atilogwu. It was from them that this dance style became very popular and spread throughout the length and breadth of Ezeaguland. To attain perfection in the art of performing the Atilogwu, two experts were invited from home to Lagos to teach the dance. These were Ofodile Amaka of Ugwuike, Iwollo, and Simon Ndu alias Major. Leonard Aliozo Nkedife, a Senior Technical Officer in the then Post and Telegraph (P & T) Department became both the Chairman of the Ezeagu Improvement Union as well as the leader of the Atilogwu group. There was a policy that all the male children of Ezeagu up to the age of 14 years, living in and around Lagos metropolis, must take part in the weekly rehearsals. Students, wards, workers, apprentices, etc., were all "conscripted" into the Atilogwu. That was how Godwin Ofor, then in Standard 5, joined the Atilogwu. Rehearsals were held in the evenings of Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, at Surulere for about 4 hours.
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Sad Love Story
Sad Love Story is a 2005 South Korean television drama series starring Kwon Sang-woo, Kim Hee-sun and Yeon Jung-hoon. It aired on Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation from January 5 to March 17, 2005 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.
Straightaway is a 26-week half-hour adventure/drama television series which aired on ABC during the 1961–1962 season – the story of two young men who operate a garage and engage in auto racing. John Ashley and Brian Kelly played race car designers Clipper Hamilton and Scott Ross, respectively. Scott designs the vehicles, and Clipper is the mechanic. Asa Maynor was cast in four episodes as Dixie. Most episodes center on the clients who bring a race car to the Straightaway Garage. The series was originally planned to be named “The Racers”, but the title had to be altered because of sponsor problems. Straightaway ran at 7:30 Eastern on Fridays opposite CBS’s Rawhide with Clint Eastwood and Eric Fleming. Straightaway was moved to Wednesdays effective January 10, 1962, for the remainder of its brief run.
Groomed is a Canadian W Network makeover reality television series produced by Chocolate Box Entertainment and distributed by Picture Box Distribution that aired Mondays at 10:30 p.m. and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. It is hosted by butler Paul Hogan, who is famous for his appearances on the reality TV series Joe Millionaire. Co-hosting with Hogan was Asha Daniere, a Toronto native, who added a female point of view. In each episode of Groomed, Hogan takes a "schlub" and puts him through "gentleman's bootcamp" in preparation for a special romantic event with their lady love. The show features men at proposals, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and other special celebrations.