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  2. 1929 in music - Wikipedia

    Broadway production opened at the Ziegfeld Theatre on November 5 and transferred to the Shubert Theatre on February 17, 1930, for a total run of 159 performances; Boom Boom Broadway production opened at the Casino Theatre on January 28 and ran for 72 performances; Dear Love opened at the Palace Theatre on November 14 and ran for 132 performances

  3. Roland Lescure - Wikipedia

    Roland Lescure (born 26 November 1966) is a French banker and politician who has been serving as Minister Delegate for Industry in the government of Prime Minister √Člisabeth Borne since 2022.

  4. Ion transporter - Wikipedia

    In biology, a transporter is a transmembrane protein that moves ions (or other small molecules) across a biological membrane to accomplish many different biological functions including, cellular communication, maintaining homeostasis, energy production, etc. There are different types of transporters including, pumps, uniporters, antiporters, and symporters.

  5. Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front - Wikipedia's...

    It consisted of four political parties, namely Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), Amhara Democratic Party (ADP), Oromo Democratic Party (ODP) and Southern Ethiopian People's Democratic Movement (SEPDM). After leading the overthrow of the Communist People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, it dominated Ethiopian politics from 1991 to 2019.

  6. Rum and Coca-Cola - Wikipedia

    "Rum and Coca-Cola" is a popular calypso song composed by Lionel Belasco with lyrics by Lord Invader. The song was copyrighted in the United States by entertainer Morey Amsterdam and was a hit in 1945 for the Andrews Sisters

  7. Glen Scotia distillery - Wikipedia

    Glen Scotia was formerly known as 'Scotia' when it was first founded in 1832 by Stewart & Galbraith and Company. Stewart & Galbraith Co. ran the Distillery for almost 60 years. Notable industrialist Duncan MacCallum purchased the distillery in 1891 and he constructed the large frontage (Malting Floors) which run along High Street.

  8. Helicase - Wikipedia

    Helicases are a class of enzymes thought to be vital to all organisms.Their main function is to unpack an organism's genetic material.Helicases are motor proteins that move directionally along a nucleic acid phosphodiester backbone, separating two hybridized nucleic acid strands (hence helic-+ -ase), using energy from ATP hydrolysis.

  9. Tea for Two (song) - Wikipedia

    It was introduced in May 1924 by Phyllis Cleveland and John Barker during the Chicago pre-Broadway run of the musical No, No, Nanette. When the show finally hit Broadway on September 16, 1925, Nanette was played by Louise Groody, and her duet with Barker of "Tea for Two" was a hit. The song went on to become the biggest success of Youmans' career.