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David 'Ticky' Donovan OBE is a British karate competitor and coach. He was the coach and manager of both the British and English national karate teams, from 1977 until he retired from that role in 2008. During his tenure as coach, Britain won numerous European and World championship team gold medals. It was for his achievements as a coach that he was awarded the O.B.E. in 1991. Ticky Donovan currently holds a 9th Dan black belt. He is based in Loughton, Essex.
Ticky Fullerton is an English Australian journalist and TV presenter.
Ticky Holgado, pseudonym of Joseph Holgado, was a French actor and a frequent collaborator with Jean-Pierre Jeunet.
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Uranus is a 1990 French comedy-drama film with Gérard Depardieu about post-World War II recovery in a small French village, as the controlling French Communist Party tries to dispose of Pétain loyalists.
Clear Lake is a populated place located in Collin County, Texas on the south end of the Lavon Lake Peninsula. By land it is south of Princeton and over water northwest of Lavon, southwest of Copeville, and north of Wylie.
"Little Boxes" is a song written and composed by Malvina Reynolds in 1962, which became a hit for her friend Pete Seeger in 1963, when he released his cover version.
Landline is an Australian national rural issues television program broadcast on ABC. Presented by Pip Courtney since 2012, the program discusses rural issues regarding farming, mining and fisheries from around Australia. Each week the show wraps up with an update on commodity prices for livestock and mining, and detailed national weather rainfall reports.
The Business is a late night business news television programme on ABC and ABC News in Australia.
Luther Dean "Ticky" Burden was an American NBA and ABA basketball player.
Men, Women: A User's Manual is a 1996 French film directed by Claude Lelouch.
Les Branchés à Saint-Tropez (1983) is a French B movie by Max Pécas.
Michel Boujenah is a French-Tunisian Jewish actor, comedian, film director and screenwriter.
Les Parisiens is a film directed by Claude Lelouch, released 15 September 2004.
The 1975-76 American Basketball Association season saw the Virginia Squires finish in last place in the league, tying the record they set the year before for the worst record in ABA history. The Squires' financial troubles led to their dissolution just after the end of the regular season. As a result, the Squires were not part of the ABA-NBA merger that occurred at the conclusion of the season.
Holgado is a surname that may refer to:
"Give Blood" is a song by Pete Townshend, the guitarist for The Who. The song is the opening track for Townshend's fourth solo album, a concept album titled White City: A Novel, and was released as a single.
Edward Maurice Lisbona was a British songwriter, who under the name of Eddie "Piano" Miller, was also a popular piano player and bandleader of the 1950s and 1960s.
Tango is a 1993 French comedy film directed by Patrice Leconte.
Le souper is a 1992 French drama film directed by Édouard Molinaro.
Your Money is an Australian 24-hour free-to-air, cable, satellite and online business news channel, available nationally on the Foxtel subscription platform, in metropolitan areas of Australia through digital terrestrial television and streaming online.