"O Alienista" ("The Psychiatrist") is a novella (a narrative fictional narrative longer than a short-story and shorter than a novel) written by Brazilian author Machado de Assis. It was first published in 1882 as part of the Papéis avulsos. In 1970, the story was adapted into a film. ==Plot summar...
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O Auto da Compadecida
O Auto da Compadecida ("The Compassionate Self", released in English as A Dog`s Will) is a 2000 Brazilian comedy film, directed by Guel Arraes, with a screenplay by Arraes and Adriana Falcão. It is based on the 1955 play of almost the same name by Ariano Suassuna, with elements of The Ghost and th...
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O Barbanza is a comarca in the province of A Coruña, Galicia, Spain. Its capital is the municipality of Ribeira. The comarca contains four municipalities and 69,941 inhabitants (INE 2005) in an area of 244.2 km². These municipalities are: ...
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O Benfica is a weekly newspaper based on sporting club S.L. Benfica`s related topics. Founded on the 28th November 1943, it is one of the oldest club newspapers in Portugal as well as in Europe. It is printed on every Wednesday and its content is mostly based on interviews, overviews at different S...
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==Adaptations== The book was adapted into a homonymous film in 1963. Starring Hélio Souto, Milton Ribeiro and Marlene França, its filming took place in the cities of Mococa (São Paulo) and Arceburgo (Minas Gerais). In 2008, the book was adapted into comics, by Hiroshi Maeda and Leandro Assis. .....
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[TV series] O Canada was an animated television anthology series, broadcast in the United States on Cartoon Network. Shown mainly on Sunday nights (early Monday mornings) at 12:00 midnight ET, O Canada featured a selection of animated shorts from Canada, mostly from the archives of the Natio...
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national anthem of Canada. It was proclaimed the official national anthem on July 1, 1980. God Save the Queen (q.v.) remains the royal anthem of ... [1 related articles]
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"O Canada" is the national anthem of Canada. The song was originally commissioned by Lieutenant Governor of Quebec Théodore Robitaille for the 1880 Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day ceremony; Calixa Lavallée wrote the music as a setting of a French Canadian patriotic poem composed by poet and judge Sir Ado...
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O Casamento de Romeu e Julieta
== Plot summary == The film`s history passes in 1999. The tomboyish, outgoing Julieta is the daughter of a member of the Palmeiras soccer club board. She is constantly frustrated by what she sees as institutional bias against women in soccer. One day while watching her beloved Palmeiras, she is str...
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O Cravo e a Rosa
==Opening== The opening song is Jura, by Zeca Pagodinho. ==Ratings== O Cravo e a Rosa, broadcast on the 6:00 p.m. time slot, had an overall average rating of 30.6 points. == Soundtrack == Cover: Leandra Leal ==International Broadcasting== ...
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This is a picture of the new domestic terminal of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport. Ademola Adebayo ...
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O Deza is a comarca in the Galician Province of Pontevedra. The overall population of this local region is 45,328 (2005). ==Municipalities== Silleda, Vila de Cruces, Agolada, Rodeiro, Dozón and Lalín. ...
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O Dia is a major daily newspaper from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Its sales are slightly higher than its main rival, O Globo. ==Official Site== ...
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==Synopsis== Young and handsome Sergio (Ricardo Meneses) works the night shift as a trash collector in Lisbon. He is uninterested in his pretty female co-worker Fatima, who displays an avid interest in him, so instead Sergio roams the city. Eventually Sergio becomes fascinated with a sleek motorcyc...
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"O Fortuna" is a medieval Latin Goliardic poem written early in the thirteenth century, part of the collection known as the Carmina Burana. It is a complaint about fate and Fortuna, a goddess in Roman mythology and personification of luck. In 1935-36, O Fortuna was set to music by the German compos...
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[album] O Fortuna is the second album by Welsh classical singer Rhydian. It was nominated for NS&I Album of the Year. The repertoire ranges over English, Welsh and Latin material, featuring four tracks written by Karl Jenkins, who also produced it. Tracks include collaborations with Kiri te ...
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O Galo Que Cantou na Baía
O galo que cantou na baía (Portuguese meaning "The Rooster Who Crowed By The Bay") is a Capeverdean novel published in 1959 by Manuel Lopes. The book was awarded the Fernão Mendes Pinto award. ...
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O Garatuja is an opera by Ernst Mahle with libretto by Eugênio Leandro, based on the homonymous novel by José de Alencar (1873) and premiered in Piracicaba at the Teatro Municipal "Dr Losso Netto", on April 27, 2006. ...
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Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA), NorthWest-bound to Balintawak. Photo taken by Exec8 September 29, 2007 ...
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O Hino da Carta
The Hymno da Carta (modern spelling: Hino da Carta, English: Anthem of Charter) was officially proclaimed the national anthem of the Kingdom of Portugal in May 1834. It was composed by D. Pedro IV, King Peter IV of Portugal (also Emperor Peter I of Brazil). "Carta" stands for the Constitutional Cha...
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O Homem Que Copiava
O Homem que Copiava (u ˈõmẽ ki koˈpjavɐ, The Man Who Copied) is a 2003 Brazilian comedy film by Jorge Furtado, set in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. ...
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O la va, o la spacca
O la va, o la spacca is an Italian television series. ...
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O Lampião da Esquina
O Lampião da Esquina was one of the first publications specifically reaching out to a homosexual readership in Brazil. O Lampião da Esquina started being published in 1978 and was extinguished by 1981. While it was a historically pioneering enterprise, it is also remarkable in that is came to lif...
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O Manasa is a Telugu-language Film directed by Sahaja Rao, the first Tollywood film by an NRI female director. SR Umesh is producing this film on the Spire Films banner with co-direction by Sishir and Sevith Rao. This film is targeted towards a youth audience and the plot is based on the experience...
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O mar na Lajinha
O mar na Lajinha is a Capeverdean novel published in 2004 by Germano Almeida. The story is about a group of people meeting regularly for a swim at the Lajinha beach on the island of São Vicente. ...
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