Knowledge Related to Words: the Very Best of Sharon O'Neill
Words: The Very Best of Sharon O'Neill is the fourth compilation album from New Zealand born, Australian pop singer Sharon O'Neill. The album was released by Sony Music New Zealand on 18 April 2014â¢ Other Related Knowledge of tea tableNorth Omo Zone of tea tableSemien Omo (English: North Omo) was a Zone in the Ethiopian Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region (SNNPR). It was named after the Omo River, which flows in the western area of the former zone. In 2000 it was split into three zones: Dawro, Gamo Gofa, and Wolayita; and Basketo and Konta became special woredas.Semien Omo was bordered on the south by Debub Omo, on the west by Keficho Shekicho, on the northwest by the Oromia Region, on the north by Kembata Tembaro, on the northeast by part of the Oromia Region, on the east by the Bilate River which separated it from Sidama and another part of the Oromia Region, and on the southeast by the Amaro and Dirashe special woredas. The highest point in Semien Omo was Mount Guge (3568 m), west of Chencha. The administrative center of Semien Omo was Arba Minch; other towns included Areka, Boditi, Sawla and Sodo.------Tara HD of tea tableTara HD was a Malaysian Hindi-language pay-television channel, owned by satellite provider Astro. It offers Bollywood Movies and Indian-made programming, including television productions from Colors TV, StarPlus, Life OK, Sony Entertainment Television, Colors Infinity, Star World India, FYI TV18, Zoom, NDTV Good Times, Food Food TV, Big Magic, MTV India, Living Foodz and Zee TV. The channel was launched on 19 October 2016, replacing Zee Variasi. Tara HD broadcasts movies and programs with optional Malay and English subtitles. The channel ended its broadcast on 1 October 2019 and was replaced by Colors HD on the same channel number. After Tara HD Ceassation On October 1, 2019, Selected Serials From 14 January 2020, such as Shakti and Discontinued Shows (such as Court Room - Sachchai Hazir Ho and Madhubala - Ek Ishq Ek Junoon) From Colors Hindi remain episode on New Channel Colors HD, Tujhse Hai Raabta, Ye Hai Mohabbatein, Kasautii Zindagii Kay, Crime Patrol Dial 100, Nazar, Qayamat Ki Raat and Pre Tara HD Original Shows Remain Episodes Moved To Another Sister Channels - Astro Bollyone HD.------William Thomson (musicologist) of tea tableWilliam Thomson (fl. 16951753) was a Scottish folk song collector and singer.He is saidby whom? to have been the son of Daniel Thomson, one of the king's trumpeters for Scotland. As a boy singer, he sang at a concert The Feast of St. Cecillia in 1695. Before 1722, he had settled in London, and according to Charles Burney had a benefit concert that year. He appears to have become a fashionable singer, as his volume, dedicated to Caroline of Ansbach, Princess of Wales, contains a lengthy list of notable persons as subscribers.He was the editor of the first collection of Scottish folk songs published together with their melodies. This is a folio named Orpheus Caledonius, a collection of the best Scotch songs set to Musick, entered at Stationers' Hall on 5 January 1725. The book consists of 50 songs with their airs, along with a simple accompaniment. A second volume, in two volumes octavo, had another 50 added.The two editions are interesting and valuable, although Sir John Hawkins described him as "a tradesman" and said that his collection was injudicious and incorrect. The words of the songs were largely taken from Allan Ramsay's Tea-Table Miscellany, published in 1724.------Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region of tea tableSouthern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region (often abbreviated as SNNPR; Amharic: , romanized:Ydbub Ber Bersbona Hzbo Kll) is one of the ten ethnically based regional states (kililoch) of Ethiopia. It was formed from the merger of five kililoch, called Regions 7 to 11, following the regional council elections on 21 June 1992. Its government is based in Awasa.The SNNPR borders Kenya to the south (including a small part of Lake Turkana), the Ilemi Triangle (a region claimed by Kenya and South Sudan) to the southwest, South Sudan to the west, the Ethiopian region of Gambela to the northwest, and the Ethiopian region of Oromia to the north and east. The region's major cities and towns include Sodo, Arba Minch, Bonga, Jinka, Dila, Irgalem, Mizan Teferi, Wendo, Welkite, Durame, Hosaena and Worabe.The regional government of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region is based in the city of Awasa. Following the formation of the Sidama Region in June 2020, Awasa is located outside of the boundaries of the region. The regional government is planning to move to a city within the region's boundaries after two consecutive national electoral cycles.------Jeanne Selmersheim-Desgrange of tea tableJeanne Selmersheim-Desgrange (18771958) was a French neo-impressionist painter who used the art technique of pointillism with her main themes of flowers and gardens. Her painting, Garden at La Lune, Saint-Tropez (1909), shows her signature use of high-key colors and block-like strokes.Some of her oil on canvas works areGarden at La Hune, Saint Tropez (1909),The Flowers,In the Garden (1909),Table blanche, vue sur Saint-Tropez (c. 1930),The Garden,Afternoon Tea,Flowers in the Window, andBouquet of Flowers.Selmersheim-Desgrange, raised in a family of artists and architects, became an art student of Paul Signac and later, in 1910, his companion. At the time, Signac was married to Bertha (Robles), and Selmersheim-Desgrange was married to Pierre Desgrange with whom she had three children. In September 1912, Signac and Selmersheim-Desgrange moved to a rented villa in Cap dAntibes, France and in October 1912 she gave birth to their daughter Ginnette Laurie Anaiis.In July 1961, Selmersheim-Desgranges painting, The Flowers, was one of 57 modern art paintings stolen from the Annonciade Museum of Modern Art in Saint-Tropez, France.------EventsWorks published of tea tableSir Richard Blackmore A Satyr Against Wit, published anonymously; an attack on the "Wits", including John DrydenSamuel Cobb Poetae Britannici his most famous poem, a survey of previous English poetry in a light style, clear diction, and imagery that later critics like John Nichols considered "sublime"Daniel Defoe The Pacificator, published anonymously, verse satire in the literary war between the "Men of Sense" and the "Men of Wit"John Dryden Fables, Ancient and Modern, the poet's final anthologyWilliam King The Transactioneer With Some of his Philosophical Fancies, published anonymously, a satire on Sir Hans Sloane, editor of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal SocietyJohn Pomfret ReasonNahum Tate Panacea, a poem upon teaJohn Tutchin The Foreigners, published anonymously; provoked a reply from Daniel Defoe in The True-Born Englishman in 1701Edward Ward The Reformer, published anonymouslySamuel Wesley An Epistle to a Friend concerning PoetryThomas Yalden The Temple of FameAnonymous Jaasra Mingajr tija, Gozo------198182 S.L. Benfica season of tea tableThe 198182 season was Sport Lisboa e Benfica's 78th season in existence and the club's 48th consecutive season in the top flight of Portuguese football, covering the period from 1 July 1981 to 30 June 1982. Benfica competed domestically in the Primeira Diviso, Taa de Portugal and the Supertaa Cndido de Oliveira, and participated in the European Cup after winning the previous league.In Barti's second season, Benfica invests heavily to strengthened their choices of forwards, signing Fernando Folha from Boavista, plus the Yugoslavian Zoran Filipovic from abroad. However, the league campaign is disappointing, with Benfica losing three times before November. In other competitions, Benfica loses to 41 to Bayern Munich in the European Cup; the same result that Porto defeated them in the Supertaa. In the second half of the season, Benfica kept chasing Sporting in the title race, with the distance fluctuating several times, the shortest at three points, the longest at seven. In April, Benfica is knocked-out of the Portuguese Cup and a month later, loses the title to Sporting.------Christie Fuller of tea tableChristie Fuller (died 15 August 1933) was an Australian singer of the late Victorian period. She performed professionally in Melbourne and internationally. She was sister to artist Florence Fuller and singer Amy Fuller.Louisa Christie Fuller was the second daughter of John Hobson Fuller and Louisa Fuller (ne Vines). She was a contralto. In 1886 she travelled to England to study, before returning to Melbourne the following year, where she subsequently performed professionally. Newspaper notices indicate that she performed publicly with her sister Amy on some occasions, including in Sydney in 1898 and in Perth in 1910. Fuller toured and performed in London and South Africa, as well as across Australia.In Melbourne on 14 August 1890 she married Charles Carey Lance, and after living in Euroa, Victoria, and northern NSW, the family settled in Sydney. They had two sons, Arnold, born 1892, Francis, born 1893, and a daughter, Sylvia, born 1895, who (under her married name Sylvia Harper, or Mrs. R Harper) became a tennis player who competed internationally representing Australia.Charles and Christie Lance were living in Strathfield when she died in August 1933.------Tenille Campbell of tea tableTenille K. Campbell is a Dene and Mtis poet and a photographer from English River First Nation. Her artistic works often focus on Indigenous people in Canada. She is the photographer behind Sweetmoon Photography, where she specializes in capturing photographs of Indigenous people. Her photography has appeared in Radio Canada International,. University of Saskatchewan News, and Eagle Feather News. Additionally, a photograph from her series entitled Urban Indigenous Woman was selected as the cover image for the second edition of A Recognition of Being by Kim Anderson. Her portrait photography portfolio includes work with Chelsea Rooney and Roseanne Supernault.She is also the co-creator of tea&bannock, a blog which was "born out of a desire for a sense of community with other Indigenous women photographers a place that feels like you are sitting around a table, enjoying tea and bannock."------List of female justice ministers of tea tableA justice ministry, ministry of justice, or department of justice is a ministry or other government agency in charge of the administration of justice. The ministry or department is often headed by a minister of justice (called minister for justice in only very few countries) or secretary of justice. In countries where this agency is called a department (usually department of justice, sometimes attorney general's department) the head of the department is entitled attorney general, for example in the United States. Some countries have a solicitor general.Specific duties may relate to organizing the justice system, overseeing the public prosecutor and maintaining the legal system and public order. Some ministries have additional responsibilities in related policy areas overseeing elections, directing the police, law reform. The duties of the ministry of justice may in some countries be split from separate responsibilities of an attorney general (often responsible for the justice system) and the interior minister (often responsible for public order). Sometimes the prison system is separated into another government department called Corrective Services.There have been 122 female justice ministers since 1952, when Adriana Olgun was appointed by the Chilean government to be justice minister. She was also the first female minister in Latin America.------Ower Bogie of tea tableOwer Bogie (i.e. over the River Bogie, near Huntly) was an expression used in Scotland for a wedding conducted by a magistrate, not a clergyman. In Aberdeenshire it was synonymous with a Gretna Green wedding in Dumfriesshire.The Bogie was near the boundary of Aberdeenshire and Banffshire.I will awa wi my loveI will awa wi her,Though a my kin had sorrow and said,Ill ower Bogie wi her(Allan Ramsay, Tea Table Miscellany)Its origin is unknown, though it is supposed that some accommodating magistrate, at some time or other, resided on the opposite side of the River Bogie from that of the town or village inhabited by the lovers who desired to be joined in the bonds of matrimony without subjecting themselves to the sometimes inconvenient interrogations of the kirk. John Jamieson erroneously quotes the phrase as "ower boggie".