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... Raban or Rabana (Sinhalese රබාන) is one-sided traditional drum type played with the hands, used in Sri Lanka ... This is played with one hand only ... The special feature of this drum is that it is played by two or more people at a time ...
... Tortorella, nicknamed "The Paper Italian", played right wing in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the University of Maine for three years (1978 ... He played along with his brother, goaltender Jim, who now serves as assistant men's coach for the University of New Hampshire Wildcats ... After college Tortorella played a year in Kristianstads IK (1981-82) and then four years of minor pro hockey (1982–86) in the Atlantic Coast Hockey League (ACHL) ...
... Nutt also played that year for the Southwest Conference champion Arkansas basketball team under coach Eddie Sutton, which went 26–2 and bulled its way to a 16–0 ... his lack of playing time, Nutt transferred to Oklahoma State University and played two years as a backup quarterback ... During his time at Oklahoma State he also played for the basketball team ...
... Matches in the Amateur Cup were played at the home ground of one of the two teams, as decided when the matches are drawn ... In the event of a draw, the replay was played at the ground of the team who originally played away from home ... The second replay, and any further replays, were usually played at neutral grounds ...
... These were The Real Thing, where Nixon played the daughter of Jeremy Irons and Christine Baranski and Hurlyburly, where she played a young woman who encounters sleazy Hollywood ... Onscreen, she played the role of Salieri's maid/spy, Lorl, in Amadeus (1984), standing out well amidst a powerhouse cast at just 17 years of age ...
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