Ichirou Mizuki, born Toshio Hayakawa on January 7, 1948, in Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan, is a famous, highly prolific Japanese vocalist, lyrist, composer, voice actor and actor best known for his work on theme songs for anime and tokusatsu. For over 40 years, he has recorded over 1200 songs for Japanese film, television, video and video games. He is referred to by fans and fellow performers alike as the Aniki of the anison, or anime music genre.
The Coppa Italia Primavera (Italian for Spring Italian Cup) is an Italian football competition played for by youth teams from Campionato Primavera. All players are under 20 of age. The first edition was held in the 1972-73 season. Due to sponsorship reason, the cup is officially called as Primavera TIM Cup.
For other figures with similar names, see Chikanobu. Toyohara Chikanobu (豊原周延)(c. 1838–1912), who signed his works Yōshū Chikanobu (楊洲周延), was a prolific woodblock artist of Japan's Meiji period. His given name, as written in his obituary, was Hashimoto Naoyoshi (橋本直義). Like most ukiyo-e artists, his œvre portrayed a great range of subjects, including historical battle scenes, kabuki actors, and bijinga, pictures of beautiful women.
KWBJ-CD, digital channel 22 (former analog 39) in Morgan City, Louisiana, is a Digital Class-A television station affiliated with the America One network. KWBJ signed on in 1987 as K39BJ, a local independent station serving Morgan City, Houma, and the south Baton Rouge market. In 1995, K39BJ became a charter WB affiliate, changed calls to KWBJ-LP, and eventually added the America One affiliation in 1999.
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