A sauna is a small room or house designed as a place to experience dry or wet heat sessions, or an establishment with one or more of these and auxiliary facilities. These facilities derive from the Finnish sauna. The word sauna is also used metaphorically to describe an unusually hot or humid environment.
Expressen is a Swedish centre-right tabloid newspaper founded in 1944. It describes its editorial position as “independent liberal”.
The first edition was released in November 16, 1944. A main feature that day was an interview with the crew members of a British bomber who were successful in sinking the German ship Tirpitz.
Arby’s is a fast food restaurant franchise in the United States and Canada that is primarily known for selling roast beef sandwiches, chicken sandwiches, potato cakes, curly fries, Jamocha milkshakes and chicken strips. The company’s target market attempts to be more adult-oriented than other fast food restaurants. The Arby’s menu also includes appetizers, salads, Market Fresh (deli-style) sandwiches, wraps, and french dip subs. However, their focus has always been roast beef. Arby’s currently uses the slogan “I’m thinkin’ Arby’s.”
Terrence “Terry” Gene Bollea (born on August 11, 1953) is an American actor and semi-retired professional wrestler better known by his ring name Hulk Hogan.
A look-alike is a living person who closely resembles another living person. In popular Western culture, a look-alike is a person who bears a close physical resemblance to a celebrity, politician or member of royalty. Many look-alikes earn a living by making guest appearances at public events or performing on television and film, playing the person they resemble.
The brand Durex is used for a number of unrelated products around the world. Most commonly, Durex is the trademarked name for a range of condoms made by UK-based multinational SSL International.
The name, which the London Rubber Company trademarked in 1929, is a portmanteau of “Durability, Reliability, and Excellence”, though some people mistake it as being “Durable Latex”.
A spermatozoon or spermatozoan (pl. spermatozoa), from the ancient Greek ÏƒÏ€ÎÏÎ¼Î± (seed) and Î¶á¿·Î¿Î½ (living being) and more commonly known as a sperm cell, is the haploid cell that is the male gamete. It joins an ovum to form a zygote. A zygote is a single cell, with a complete set of chromosomes, that normally develops into an embryo.
Morris Albert (born September 7, 1951) is a Brazilian singer and songwriter, famous for his 1975 hit single “Feelings”.
ESL (English as a second language), ESOL (English for speakers of other languages) and EFL (English as a foreign language) all refer to the use or study of English by speakers of other languages. The precise usage, including the different use of the terms ESL and ESOL in different countries, is described below. These terms are most commonly used in relation to teaching and learning English, but they may also be used in relation to demographic information.
The Outhere Brothers is a rap duo, consisting of lyricist Craig “Malik” Simpkins and producer/remixer Lamar “Hula” Mahone. They are primarily known for their hits “Don’t Stop (Wiggle Wiggle)”, “Fuk U In The Ass”, “Boom Boom Boom” and “La De da de de de (We Like To Party)” from 1998’s “The Other Side”.
Manzanita Sol is a brand of apple-flavored beverages owned by PepsiCo, Inc. which is predominant in Mexico. In the United States it is sold in 12 pack cans, 2 liter, and 20 ounce bottles, but distribution is only known to be in Wal-Mart, Albertson’s, Food4Less, Vons, and smaller family run stores. In Latin American countries, Manzanita Sol competes with The Coca-Cola Company’s Manzana Lift. Manzanita Sol is PepsiCo’s number two brand in Mexico, with apple being Mexico’s second most popular soft drink flavor.
“Manzanita Sol” is Spanish for “little apple sun”.
Barry Eugene White (born Barrence Eugene Carter, September 12, 1944 â€“ July 4, 2003) was a Grammy Award winning American record producer, songwriter and singer responsible for the creation of numerous hit soul and disco songs.
Berlitz Language Schools, now known as Berlitz International, Inc, derive from an institution founded by Maximilian Berlitz in 1878, in Providence, Rhode Island. It has now expanded into an international organization with some 600 schools worldwide. The school teaches languages with its own “Berlitz Method of language instruction”. When first developed, the foundation of the method was based on language being taught in the target language only. This has now evolved to incorporate other aspects of language learning and language acquision theories.