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  2. Eduardo da Silva - Wikipedia

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    Eduardo signing for Shakhtar in 2010 On 21 July 2010, Eduardo signed for Shakhtar Donetsk on a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee, believed to be in the region of £6 million. [32] He made his Ukrainian Premier League debut on 7 August 2010, playing the first half and netting the second goal in a 5–0 win against PFC Sevastopol.

  3. Dudu Tucci - Wikipedia

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    (March 2014) Dudu Tucci (full name: Eduardo Tucci da Silva; born May 5, 1955 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian percussionist, singer and composer. Dudu Tucci grew up in a family with a musical background, and was already playing drums at very young age at umbanda -ceremonies.

  4. Dadu Dayal - Wikipedia

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    Dadu Dayal Dadu Dayal Ji ( Hindi: संत दादूदयाल Saint Dādūdayāl, 1544—1603) was a poet- sant from Gujarat, India, a religious reformer who spoke against formalism and priestcraft. Contents 1 Etymology 2 Early life 3 Teachings and legacy 4 Dadupanth 4.1 Dadu Anubhav Vani 4.2 Dadupanthi Thambas 4.3 Dadupanthi Martial Akharas 4.4 Prominent Dadupanthis

  5. Treasure of San Gennaro - Wikipedia

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    Treasure of San Gennaro ( Italian: Operazione San Gennaro) is a 1966 Italian comedy film starring Nino Manfredi, Senta Berger, Totò and Claudine Auger. It is directed by Dino Risi and is a funny classic story of a perfect robbery plan gone wrong in the Italian way.

  6. Faridpur District - Wikipedia

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    By the 19th century, the town was renamed as Faridpur in honour of the Sufi saint Shah Fariduddin Masud, a follower of the Chishti order of Ajmer. Haji Shariatullah and Dudu Miyan led the conservative Faraizi movement in Faridpur during the early 19th century. The Faridpur District was established by the British in 1786.

  7. Qazigund - Wikipedia

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    Qazigund, also known as Gateway Of Kashmir, is a town and in the union territoryof Jammu and Kashmir, India. Qazigund is located at 33°35′N75°10′E / 33.59°N 75.16°E / 33.59; It has an average elevation of 1670 m (5478 feet) above mean sea level. Qazigund ByepassPasses Through Dalwatch, Chimulla & ShamporaVillages of Qazigund.

  8. Oke-Onigbin - Wikipedia

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    Oke-Onigbin, formerly referred to as Oke, was renamed by the Alaafin of Oyo in an era during which the town paid homage to the ruler with a basket full of snails in the dry season. The town is believed to have been named because of its abundance of snails. Thus "oke" in the Yoruba language refers to a hill or upland, while "oni" signifies ...

  9. Louis Moholo - Wikipedia

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    Biography. Born in Cape Town, Moholo formed The Blue Notes with Chris McGregor, Johnny Dyani, Nikele Moyake, Mongezi Feza and Dudu Pukwana, and emigrated to Europe with them in 1964, eventually settling in London, where he formed part of a South African exile community that made an important contribution to British jazz.