Shangri-La

presidential retreat established in rural Maryland, U.S., by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1942 and renamed Camp David (q.v.) in 1953.
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Shangri-La

The USS Shangri-La was an American Essex Class fleet aircraft carrier of 27100 tons displacement launched in 1944. The USS Shangri-La was powered by eight Babcock and Wilcox boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots. She carried a complement of 2900 and normally 82 aircraft though up to 103 could be carried. She was armed with twelve 5 inch guns; s...
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Shangri-La

[Denki Groove song] `Shangri-La` is a song by Japanese electropop duo Denki Groove, serving as their 8th single and the 1st single from their 7th album A. `Shangri-La` was Denki Groove`s most successful single, reaching the top 10 of the Oricon. The song samples Bebu Silvetti`s `Spring Rain` and Silvetti is included as a co-writer. ==Track ...
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Shangri-La

[musical] Shangri-La is a musical with a book and lyrics by James Hilton, Jerome Lawrence, and Robert E. Lee and music by Harry Warren. Based on Hilton`s classic 1933 novel Lost Horizon, it focuses on Hugh Conway, a veteran member of the British diplomatic service, who stumbles across a utopian lamasery high in the Himalayas in Tibet after ...
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Shangri-La

[Gerard Joling song] `Shangri-La` was the Dutch entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988, performed in Dutch by Gerard Joling. The song is a dramatic ballad, with Joling describing his search for a Shangri-La of his own in life. He contrasts his desire to live in happiness and surrounded by love with the attitude of many in the modern worl...
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Shangri-La

[The Kinks song] `Shangri-La` is a song written by Ray Davies of The Kinks. The song appeared on the 1969 concept album, ``Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire). ==Lyrics and music== `Shangri-La` forms the centerpiece of Arthur (Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire). The song opens quietly with an acoustic guitar s...
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Shangri-La

[Titan] Shangri-La is a large, dark region of Saturn`s moon Titan at {Coord|10|S|165|W|globe:titan_type:landmark|notes=}}. It is named after Shangri-La, the mythical paradise in Tibet. It is thought to be an immense plain of dark material. It is thought that these regions of Titan were seas, but that they are now dry. Shangri-La is studded ...
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Shangri-La

[song] The result of the debate was Delete Jtkiefer T | @ | C ----- 22:38, 20 September 2005 (UTC) ===Lucinda Lewis Author=== Possible hoax/nonsense. --TheParanoidOne 17:52, 10 September 2005 (UTC) ...
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Shangri-La

[1946 song] `Shangri-La` is a popular song written by Carl Sigman (lyricist), bandleader Matty Malneck, and Robert Maxwell in 1946. The term comes from `Shangri-La,` the hidden valley of delight in James Hilton`s 1933 novel `Lost Horizon.` The term `Shangri-La,` especially in the 1930s and 1940s, was slang for heaven or paradise{Citation ne...
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Shangri-La

[disambiguation] Shangri-La is a fictional valley in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by James Hilton. Shangri-La may also refer to: ==Places== ==Fiction== ==Music== === Song === ===Album=== ==Buildings== ==Other== ...
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Shangri-La

[Electric Light Orchestra song] ...
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