Bournemouth pl

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Candy-Soundtrack

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Tracklist:
1.Song To The Siren - Paul Charlier Featuring Paula Arundell (2:49)
2.Wedding Theme From Candy - Johnette Napoltano (2:50)
3.Obviously It Was A Big Dope Weekend (1:26)
4.Our World Was So Very Complete (0:48)
5.Slowly - Amon Tobin (5:37)
6.Rolling - Soul Coughing (3:35)
7.We Can Really Do This / Time Poor (3:20)
8.Ultrasound - Good Buddha (4:29)
9.We're Not Feeling So Great Now (1:40)
10.We're Thinking Of Moving Up The Country (1:50)
11.Sugar Man - Rodriguez (3:46)
12.Candy Went Missing (White Rabbit's Funeral) (2:17)
13.Cantus In Memory Of Benjamin Britten - The Bournemouth Sinfonietta (6:01)
14.You Look So Beautiful (1:13)
15.Song To The Siren - Tim Buckley (3:12)
16.Once Upon A Time - Paul Charlier Featuring Abbie Cornish (3:51)


Format:Mp3
Bitrate:128kb/s
Muzyka:Paul Charlier

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Vinmar,
It's quite possible that the change in focus of the site may have made it not suitable for the old category. For example, you say you submitted it to Bournemouth - that's a regional category. To get listed there you need to have an obvious link on the site to the town - that maybe the address of the business, shop opening hours, for example.

If you feel your site still has a connection with Bournemouth (that is obvious to someone looking at the site), then I suggest you resubmit to that category one more time.

Thanks.


Hi Alucard

Great post and thank you, clear and to the point. I was trying to get away from discussing a particular site. But, it does appear obvious which site I am referring too.
Okay, where does one end up? What if you are a business in let's say Bournemouth or any other regional city for that matter, and let's say you provide web services throughout the UK, multi-media, e-commerce development and other high-spec solutions. Where do you submit, In all those categories?
One gets confused, we offer for example full-on professional services and when it came to submitting was not sure where we go anymore. Sure, we would like to be in Bournemouth as this is where we are based and a majority of our work takes place in Bournemouth, Dorset. Having said that, we also take on work from other parts of the UK.

I'll re-submit to Bournemouth and see if it can make it there, if someone moves me then so be it.
Thanks again for your reply post which cleared a few things up without it going downhill for either of us.


One gets confused, we offer for example full-on professional services and when it came to submitting was not sure where we go anymore. Sure, we would like to be in Bournemouth as this is where we are based and a majority of our work takes place in Bournemouth, Dorset. Having said that, we also take on work from other parts of the UK.

In terms of listing in Regional, as alucard said you have to have a clear connection on your site showing where in that locality customers/visitors can locatate you (a brick and mortar location) that identifies with the location you are wanting to be listed in. We are not concerned with coverage or service areas in regards to a regional listing.

In some cases, sites may be eligible for a second listing under a topcial category. You could then also suggest to the best topical subcategory for consideration. There is still no guarantee for a listing in either, but in the end you might find it gets a listing in both. We don't review sites here, so one needs to find what they feel is the best locality (Regional) cat and the most appropriate topical and submit to them. The reviewing editors will decide if they should be listed, deleted, or perhaps moved to better locations.

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">TRASH TALK / ROLO TOMASSI / THROATS.. MARCH / APRIL EUROPEAN TOUR 2010...

3/30 France, Paris @ Boule Noire
3/31 Holland, Groningen @ Vera
4/1 Holland, Eindhoven @ Dyanamo
4/2 Holland, Nijmegen @ Doornroosje
4/3 Germany, Hamburg @ Hafenklang
4/4 Germany, Berlin @ Magnet
4/5 Germany, Koln @ Underground
4/6 Austria, Vienna @ Arena
4/7 Germany, Munich @ Ampere
4/8 Swizerland, Schaffhausen @ Taptab
4/9 Belgium, Brussels @ VK



PL brak
PL Brak i doszlo wchuj dat na uk :/
4/10 Oxford, UK @ Acadmey 2
4/11 Sheffield, UK @ Corporation
4/12 Manchester, UK @ Roadhouse
4/13 Glasgow, UK @ Stereo
4/14 Nottingham, UK @ The Rock City Basement
4/15 Brighton,UK @ Engine Room
4/16 London, UK @ The Garage* w/Cancer Bats
4/16 London, UK @ St. Moritz*(Late Club Show)
4/17 Bournemouth, UK @ Champions
4/18 Cardiff, UK @ Clwb Ifor Bach
4/19 Birmingham,UK @ The Flapper and Firkin

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[quote=http://portalwiedzy.onet.pl/]a ogromną międzynarodową popularność oraz prestiżowe nagrody literackie trylogia fantastyczna Władca Pierścieni.[/quote]

Możemy się tak licytować, a jedynym miejscem gdzie zwracają na to uwagę jest wikipedia. A prawda jest taka, że trylogia jest pojęciem sztucznym co od początku prubuje udowodnić. To trochę jak z Plutonem, ktory tyle lat był planetą, nagle pojęcie "planeta" przyszło zdefiniować, a jako że biedny Pluton nie pasował, to planetą już nie jest. A jemu samemu nic się nie stało, dalej krąży sobie razem z Charonem wokół Słońca, czasem dalej, czasem bliżej niż Neptun. A możliwe że za pare lat wróci się mu ten status wskutek przyzwyczajeń. Sam WP też przez te lata ani troszkę się nie zmienił, a opieprzanie ludzi za to że nazywają go trylgią to idotyzm.

I po co ja to pisze jak zaraz wpadnie mod i po najmniejszej lini oporu to wszystko usunie...



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