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  • park featured many rides, taking a target audience of families and younger children; however, the park also boasted numerous thrill rides and roller coasters
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  • Sessions 90–94 is an album compiling tracks recorded for BBC radio sessions by British band Ride, released in 2003. "Like a Daydream" – 2:53 "Dreams Burn
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  • rapids ride. Rides include the roller coaster Runaway Mine Train and Congo River Rapids. Both are well-established rides in the park whose ride tracks
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  • The Smiler (category Rides designed by John Wardley)
    was released containing a full 3D recreation of the actual ride, and a preview of the rides merchandise was published online. Track designer, John Wardley
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  • Night Ride was a long-running BBC Radio 2 overnight radio programme. The first Night Ride went on air in 1967, the next late-night programme ran on Radio
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  • Rides may refer to: Amusement rides Rides (album), by British band Reef The Rides, an American band Rides (UK TV series), a drama produced by the BBC
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  • Freedom Riders (redirect from Freedom rides)
    subsequent Freedom Rides, but some were also organized by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). The Freedom Rides, beginning in 1960,
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  • white-knuckle ride Kiddies Kingdom – rides for especially young children Morocco – themed around Morocco, with three white-knuckle rides: the Alakazam
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  • ride". Daily Express online. Retrieved 18 December 2010. "Saw reopens after Smiler incident". "Alton Towers And Other Parks Close Major Rides". BBC News
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  • The BBC One 'Circle' idents were a set of on-screen channel identities used on BBC One from 7 October 2006 to 31 December 2016. They also featured on the
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  • 8 January 2009. Retrieved 24 July 2008. "Football duo finish charity ride". BBC News. 14 March 2008. Retrieved 24 July 2008. "Stars take to the pitch
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  • The latter is known for its Naked Bike Rides which Conrad Schmidt later evolved into World Naked Bike Ride. Groups also started to use nudity to protest
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  • 2014. Retrieved 16 June 2014. "Aankhen takes you on a roller-coaster ride". BBC. 12 April 2002. Archived from the original on 28 October 2014. Retrieved
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  • Tim Westwood (category BBC Radio 1 presenters)
    as Westwood. He presented the MTV UK show Pimp My Ride UK. In 2013, Westwood left BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra after nearly twenty years and returned
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  • 2002. Retrieved 27 August 2014. "Aankhen takes you on a roller-coaster ride". BBC. 12 April 2002. Retrieved 27 August 2014. Ganapati, Priya (5 April 2002)
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  • 'Ride It' Is a Hit Again, 12 Years Later". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 25 October 2019. "Ride It: Jay Sean's song re-charting because of TikTok". BBC. 28
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  • A number of rides, including the Traumatizer, were moved to the company's site at Blackpool. The park included several historical rides such as the Cyclone
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  • Light". "Ride It: Jay Sean's song re-charting because of TikTok". BBC. 28 September 2019. Leight, Elias (29 August 2019). "Jay Sean's 'Ride It' Is a Hit
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  • BBC Four Goes Slow is a series of slow television programmes made for BBC Four, each without narration or underscore. The channel's editor, Cassian Harrison
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  • Prix Lumière, at the fifth Festival Lumière, in Lyon, France. "Tarantino rides pedicab to escape traffic to Philippine presidential palace". International
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