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Most recent 20 results returned for keyword: Drake & Josh (Search this on MAP)

https://plus.google.com/116391319732234518086 Anxiety Emo King (Gaps) : I loved Drake & Josh 😂
I loved Drake & Josh 😂
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https://plus.google.com/114848050333566293329 Asriel : Drake & Josh
Drake & Josh
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https://plus.google.com/109911143043178500773 Golam, In Brackets : Correct!!!😀
Correct!!!😀
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https://plus.google.com/111140042812803488743 Raymont Grays : CHAMPIONSHIP POPULARITY POLL. These shows earned their spot by winning individual polls. Now which is...
CHAMPIONSHIP POPULARITY POLL. These shows earned their spot by winning individual polls. Now which is your favorite?
Btw please share so it can get more votes then all the other polls
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https://plus.google.com/103793064807132823850 Pizza Joe : Ok so like next month I'm going along with my brothers to this church camp for the first time, it looks...
Ok so like next month I'm going along with my brothers to this church camp for the first time, it looks pretty cool besides all of the time we spend just in our cabins doing bible study, and listening to christian music. i'm kind of set on talking to new people and possibly finding new friends, possibly a girlfriend i really hope. it's just that I have really bad social skills and I get really sweaty and nervous when I talk to people I've never talked to before. ESPECIALLY when it's a pretty girl. like I know Drake & Josh is just a TV show but I wonder how people like Drake just go up a lady or ladies and chat them up and ask them out? I know that it's all fictional but how can people do stuff like that in real life? To me it's just as anxious as asking out a girl.
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https://plus.google.com/100329774998124977669 Gevalia T (Crazy Nicktoons Fan) : Warning: Drake & Josh reference
Warning: Drake & Josh reference
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https://plus.google.com/108614591450352708940 Drake JS : Drake & Josh My favorite TV show!!!!! 😂😂
Drake & Josh My favorite TV show!!!!! 😂😂
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https://plus.google.com/104233114635574670076 Joel James : Popularity poll pt 4. Which did you like best?
Popularity poll pt 4. Which did you like best? 
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https://plus.google.com/108443589973903724334 Sky Schmidt : Fun Fact! I used to think Drake & Josh were reversed. I thought that Josh was Drake and Drake was Josh...
Fun Fact!

I used to think Drake & Josh were reversed. I thought that Josh was Drake and Drake was Josh, because the names match the face further. Usually guys like Drake are more of a Josh and guys like Josh are more of a Drake.
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https://plus.google.com/102068826055198233464 Nancy Riggs : Check out @MLaw_18's Tweet: https://twitter.com/MLaw_18/status/743947956215111680?s=09
Check out @MLaw_18's Tweet: https://twitter.com/MLaw_18/status/743947956215111680?s=09
MLaw (20-142) on Twitter: "@AlcoholAndTacos Not even relevant, but Drake & Josh......... "
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https://plus.google.com/107911237334632571617 neah jordan : GREAT IDEA FOR ELSA AND ANNA: "HUG ME, SISTAH!" JUST LIKE THESE TWO BOOBS DID IN DRAKE & JOSH.
GREAT IDEA FOR ELSA AND ANNA: "HUG ME, SISTAH!" JUST LIKE THESE TWO BOOBS DID IN DRAKE & JOSH.
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https://plus.google.com/101921446571809036379 Jeb Kush : Drake & Josh
Drake & Josh
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https://plus.google.com/107181500478505329564 George Novak : 12 11 Aki Adhisakti, 62, Indonesian politician, Vice Mayor of Yogyakarta City candidate.[1] Rudi Altig...
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Aki Adhisakti, 62, Indonesian politician, Vice Mayor of Yogyakarta City candidate.[1]
Rudi Altig, 79, German cyclist, winner of the 1962 Vuelta a España, world champion (1966), cancer.[2]
Shaibu Amodu, 58, Nigerian football manager (national team), heart attack.[3]
Stacey Castor, 48, American convicted murderer.[4]
Ivan Cole, 25, American mixed martial artist, shot.[5]
Christina Grimmie, 22, American singer-songwriter (Find Me) and talent show participant (The Voice), shot.[6]
Inder Malhotra, 86, Indian journalist (The Guardian), editor (The Statesman, The Times of India) and columnist (The Indian Express).[7]
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Alex Govan, 86, Scottish footballer (Plymouth Argyle, Birmingham City).[8]
Habib, 63, Iranian singer, heart attack.[9]
John Horgan, 66, Irish hurler (Cork).[10]
Gordie Howe, 88, Canadian Hall of Fame ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, Hartford Whalers, national team).[11]
Derek Wilson, 93, New Zealand architect and environmentalist.[12]
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Hamza Ali, 20, English cricketer (Hampshire), drowning.[13]
Michael Baldasaro, 67, Canadian sect leader (Church of the Universe) and political candidate (Marijuana Party), cancer.[14]
Alex Tamba Brima, 44, Sierra Leonean military commander (Armed Forces Revolutionary Council), convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity during the Civil War.[15]
Carillo Gritti, 74, Italian-born Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Territorial Prelate of Itacoatiara (since 2000).[16]
T. S. John, 76, Indian politician, chairman of the Kerala Congress.[17]
E. Edward Jones, 85, American minister and civil rights activist.[18]
J. Reilly Lewis, 71, American choral conductor and Baroque music specialist, heart attack.[19]
Panagiotis Mavrikos, 42, Greek newspaper publisher, traffic collision.[20]
Bernard Shrimsley, 85, British newspaper editor (The Sun, News of the World).[21]
Peter Then, 64, Indonesian priest, drowning.[22]
Brooks Thompson, 45, American basketball player (Orlando Magic) and coach (UTSA Roadrunners), multiple organ failure.[23]
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Pierre Aubert, 89, Swiss politician, President (1983, 1987).[24]
Evtim Evtimov (bg), 82, Bulgarian poet.[25]
Terje Fjærn (no), 73, Norwegian orchestra conductor ("La det swinge").[26]
Sascha Lewandowski, 44, German football manager (Bayer Leverkusen, Union Berlin).[27]
Qahhor Mahkamov, 84, Tajik politician, President (1990–1991).[28]
Marina Malfatti, 83, Italian actress (The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave, The Red Queen Kills Seven Times, Black Killer).[29]
Michael Manser, 87, British architect, complications from a stroke.[30]
Ngala Mwendwa, 94, Kenyan politician.[31]
Vladislav Yankovsky, 64, Russian musician (Novosibirsk Youth Symphony Orchestra).[32]
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Børge Bach, 71, Danish footballer (AaB).[33]
Johnny Brooks, 84, English footballer (Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Brentford).[34]
Tanju Gürsu, 77, Turkish actor and film director.[35]
Amber Gurung, 78, Nepalese musician and composer (national anthem).[36]
Frans Harjawiyata (id), 84, Indonesian Roman Catholic abbot.[37]
Leonard Hill, 68, American television director and property developer.[38]
Peter Jost, 95, British mechanical engineer.[39]
Stephen Keshi, 54, Nigerian football player (Anderlecht, Strasbourg) and manager (national team), heart attack.[40]
Sir Graham Latimer, 90, New Zealand Māori leader and politician.[41]
Marita Lindquist, 97, Finnish writer.[42]
Thomas Perkins, 84, American businessman (Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers).[43]
Anatoliy Polishchuk, 66, Soviet-Ukrainian volleyball player, Olympic silver medalist (1976).[44]
Rubén Quevedo, 37, Venezuelan baseball player (Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers), heart attack.[45]
Juana la del Revuelo (es), 64, Spanish Flamenco singer.[46]
Sean Rooks, 46, American basketball player (Dallas Mavericks, Minnesota Timberwolves, Los Angeles Lakers).[47]
Isam Surentu (id), 46, Indonesian television presenter, pneumonia and heart disease.[48]
Torcuato Di Tella (es), 86, Argentinian sociologist.[49]
Nicholas Triandafyllidis (el), 49, Greek artist and filmmaker.[50]
Didargylyç Urazow, 39, Turkmen footballer, stroke.[51]
Bryan Wiedmeier, 56, American sports executive (Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns, NFL Management Council), brain cancer.[52]
Rod Zimmer, 73, Canadian politician, Senator for Manitoba (2005–2013), complications from esophageal cancer and pneumonia.[53]
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Al Ackerman, 90, American sportscaster (WDIV, WXYZ).[54]
Szilárd Aigner (hu), 70, Hungarian meteorologist.[55]
Stuart Anderson, 93, American businessman and entrepreneur, founder of Black Angus Steakhouse, lung cancer.[56]
Theresa Poh Lin Chan, 72, Singaporean writer and actress, lung cancer.[57]
Helen Fabela Chávez, 88, American labor unionist.[58]
Ayaz Jani, 48, Pakistani poet and journalist.[59]
Brian Kairau, 52, New Zealand actor (Once Were Warriors).[60]
Viktor Korchnoi, 85, Russian-born Swiss chess player.[61]
Erich Linemayr, 83, Austrian football referee.[62]
Federico José Pagura, 93, Argentinian Protestant minister, Bishop of the Evangelical Methodist Church of Argentina.[63]
Steve Pisanos, 96, Greek-born American air force officer.[64]
Theresa Saldana, 61, American actress (Raging Bull, The Commish, I Wanna Hold Your Hand), renal failure.[65]
Rolf Schweizer, 80, German composer.[66]
Sir Peter Shaffer, 90, British playwright (Amadeus, Equus, Black Comedy) and screenwriter, Tony (1975, 1981) and Oscar winner (1985).[67]
Kimbo Slice, 42, Bahamian-born American mixed martial artist (Bellator, UFC), boxer and actor (Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh), heart failure.[68]
Keith Smith, 87, New Zealand cricketer.[69]
Tunga (pt), 64, Brazilian sculptor and performance artist.[70]
André Warusfel, 79, French mathematician and writer.[71]
Jimmy Williams, 90, Canadian baseball player and manager.[72]
Héctor Zumbado, 84, Cuban writer and comedian.[73]
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Manohar Aich, 104, Indian bodybuilder, Mr. Universe (1952).[74]
Gianluca Buonanno, 50, Italian politician, MEP (since 2014), traffic collision.[75]
Jerome Bruner, 100, American psychologist.[76]
Martin van Dijk (nl), 69, Dutch pianist and composer.[77]
David Gilkey, 50, American photojournalist (NPR).[78]
Eduardo Gota Losada (es), 85, Spanish jurist.[79]
Frank Griffin, 98, Irish judge.[80]
Akihiro Komori (ja), 85, Japanese composer (Brave Raideen, Space Ace), kidney failure.[81]
David Lamb, 76, American war correspondent and journalist (Los Angeles Times).[82]
Abu Layla, 32, Syrian military commander. [83]
Jarbas Passarinho (pt), 96, Brazilian politician, President of the Senate (1981–1983), Governor of Pará (1964–1966).[84]
Cedric Robinson, 76, American political scientist.[85]
Zabihullah Tamanna, 38, Afghan interpreter (NPR) and journalist (Anadolu Agency).[86]
Eleanor Zelliot, 89, American scholar.[87]
Aleksei Zharkov, 68, Russian actor, liver disease.[88]
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Gil Bartosh, 86, American football player and coach.[89]
Hervé Baudry (fr), 54, French cartoonist.[90]
Dwight Beare, 27, Australian motorcycle racer, race collision.[91]
Annie Castledine, 77, British theatre director.[92]
Phyllis Curtin, 94, American soprano.[93]
Bobby Curtola, 73, Canadian singer.[94]
Sulabha Deshpande, 79, Indian actress.[95]
Alexander Glezer (ru), 82, Russian poet.[96]
István Halász, 64, Hungarian footballer (Tatabánya, Vasas, national team).[97]
Antti Hyry, 84, Finnish writer.[98]
Geirmund Ihle, 81, Norwegian politician, MP (1969–1981).[99]
Nicky Jennings, 70, English footballer (Portsmouth, Exeter City).[100]
John Karagiorgis, 41, American reality show personality (The Real Housewives of New Jersey) and restaurateur (Rutt's Hut), heart attack.[101]
Michael Keane, 60s, British newspaper editor (Sunday Press), complications from a heart attack.[102]
Nyembezi Kunene, 74, South African actor (Emzini Wezinsizwa, Generations), diabetes.[103]
Manuel Maristany (es), 86, Spanish photographer and writer.[104]
Sir Brian McGrath, 90, British courtier, private secretary to the Duke of Edinburgh.[105]
Carmen Pereira, 79, Bissau-Guinean politician, acting President (1984).[106]
Pulu Poumele, 44, American football player (San Diego Chargers, Baltimore Ravens).[107]
Alan Rathbone, 57, English rugby league player (Bradford, Warrington).[108]
Farid Seiful-Mulyukov, 85, Uzbek-born Russian journalist and writer.[109]
Paul Shoesmith, 50, British motorcycle racer, race collision.[110]
Bill Snowden, 81, New Zealand rugby league player (Ponsonby, national team).[111]
Soerjadi (id), 77, Indonesian politician.[112]
Nicola Tanda, 88, Italian literary critic and philologist.[113]
William Wright, 85, American author.[114]
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Muhammad Ali, 74, American boxer, Olympic gold medalist (1960), three-time WBC world heavyweight champion (1964, 1974, 1978), septic shock.[115]
Balu Anand, 61, Indian actor, heart attack.[116]
Szabolcs Baranyi, 72, Hungarian tennis player.[117]
Adolph Cornelis van Bruggen, 86, Dutch malacologist.[118]
Henry Childs, 65, American football player (New Orleans Saints), heart attack.[119]
Mac Cocker, English-born Australian radio presenter (2JJ, 105.7 ABC Darwin).[120]
Pierre Grimblat (fr), 93, French resistance fighter, writer, producer and director.[121]
Jocelyn Lovell, 65, Canadian cyclist, Commonwealth (1978) and Pan American Games (1971, 1975) gold medalist.[122]
Sten Lundin, 84, Swedish motocross racer, world champion (1959, 1961).[123]
Leonard Marchand, 82, Canadian politician, Minister of Environment (1976, 1977–1979), Senator (1984–1998), first Aboriginal federal cabinet minister.[124]
Joseph Michel, 90, Belgian politician, President of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives (1980–1981), Minister of the Interior (1974–1977, 1986–1988).[125]
Murray Murrell, 93, Australian football player (Collingwood).[126]
Mark Parenteau, 66, American radio personality (WBCN).[127]
Adolfo Prieto (es), 87, Argentinian literary critic.[128]
Lucia Ragni (it), 65, Italian actress and director.[129]
Victor Reux (fr), 86, French politician.[130]
Luis Salom, 24, Spanish motorcycle racer, race collision.[131]
Sabam Siagian, 84, Indonesian journalist (The Jakarta Post).[132]
Mangara M. Siahaan (id), 69, Indonesian politician.[133]
Arve Solstad, 80, Norwegian newspaper editor (Dagbladet).[134]
Dave Swarbrick, 75, British folk musician and singer-songwriter (Fairport Convention), emphysema.[135]
Henrique N'zita Tiago, 88, Angolan separatist politician, President of the Armed Forces of Cabinda.[136]
Miklós Veress (hu), 87, Hungarian ceramist.[137]
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Klaus Biemann, 89, Austrian-born American biochemist.[138]
Walter Curley, 93, American diplomat, Ambassador to Ireland (1975–1977) and France (1989–1993).[139]
Donny Everett, 19, American baseball player (Vanderbilt Commodores), drowned.[140]
Orest Hrywnak, 59, American radio station promoter (WBBF-AM).[141]
Jung Jin (ko), 74, South Korean actor.[142]
Sir Tom Kibble, 83, British physicist.[143]
Wayne Kingery, 88, American football player (Baltimore Colts).[144]
Keith Lawrence, 96, New Zealand-born British flight lieutenant during World War II, surviving member of The Few.[145]
Yevhen Lemeshko, 85, Ukrainian football coach.[146]
Andrzej Niemczyk, 72, Polish volleyball coach, European champion (2003, 2005).[147]
Lee Pfund, 96, American baseball player (Brooklyn Dodgers) and college baseball and basketball coach (Wheaton College).[148]
Josep Pujiula i Vila (ca), 79, Spanish Catalonian lathe operator.[149]
Willis Pyle, 101, American animator (Pinocchio, Bambi, Mr. Magoo).[150]
Brian Reidy, 77, New Zealand rugby league player (Auckland, national team).[151]
Annukka Roininen (fi), 39, Finnish journalist and editor.[152]
Hermann Scheipers (de), 102, German priest, lecturer and Holocaust survivor.[153]
Kat Teasdale, 51, Canadian racecar driver.[154]
Gumer Telyashev (ru), 84, Russian oilman, Hero of Socialist Labor.[155]
Freddie Wadling, 64, Swedish singer and songwriter.[156]
Häns’che Weiss (de), 65, German jazz guitarist and composer.[157]
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Leonard Boyle, 85, New Zealand Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Dunedin (1983–2005).[158]
Agostino Coletto, 88, Italian racing cyclist.[159]
Janusz Ekiert (pl), 85, Polish musicologist, music critic and publicist.[160]
Roger Enrico, 71, American businessman (PepsiCo, DreamWorks).[161]
Razak Khan, 65, Indian film actor (Baadshah, Hello Brother, Akhiyon Se Goli Maare), heart attack.[162]
Apollinaire Malu Malu (fr), 54, Congolese Roman Catholic priest.[163]
Boyce F. Martin Jr., 80, American judge, Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (1996–2003), brain cancer.[164]
Denis Milhau (fr), 82, French museum curator.[165]
Lacy Neff, 49, American radio presenter, amyloidosis.[166]
Grigore Obreja, 48, Romanian sprint canoeist, world champion (1994).[167]
Kosit Panpiemras, 73, Thai banker (Bangkok Bank), cancer.[168]
Dalpat Singh Paraste, 66, Indian politician, MP for Shahdol (2004–2009), brain hemorrhage.[169]
John Taylor, 87, British Anglican bishop and theologian.[170]
Wang Jui, 85, Taiwanese actor, Golden Bell winner (1991, 1997, 2014).[171]
Alan Wise, 63, British music promoter and artist manager.[172]
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https://plus.google.com/103242890410054642177 Payton Kienle : 12 11 Aki Adhisakti, 62, Indonesian politician, Vice Mayor of Yogyakarta City candidate.[1] Rudi Altig...
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Aki Adhisakti, 62, Indonesian politician, Vice Mayor of Yogyakarta City candidate.[1]
Rudi Altig, 79, German cyclist, winner of the 1962 Vuelta a España, world champion (1966), cancer.[2]
Shaibu Amodu, 58, Nigerian football manager (national team), heart attack.[3]
Stacey Castor, 48, American convicted murderer.[4]
Ivan Cole, 25, American mixed martial artist, shot.[5]
Christina Grimmie, 22, American singer-songwriter (Find Me) and talent show participant (The Voice), shot.[6]
Inder Malhotra, 86, Indian journalist (The Guardian), editor (The Statesman, The Times of India) and columnist (The Indian Express).[7]
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Alex Govan, 86, Scottish footballer (Plymouth Argyle, Birmingham City).[8]
Habib, 63, Iranian singer, heart attack.[9]
John Horgan, 66, Irish hurler (Cork).[10]
Gordie Howe, 88, Canadian Hall of Fame ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, Hartford Whalers, national team).[11]
Derek Wilson, 93, New Zealand architect and environmentalist.[12]
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Hamza Ali, 20, English cricketer (Hampshire), drowning.[13]
Michael Baldasaro, 67, Canadian sect leader (Church of the Universe) and political candidate (Marijuana Party), cancer.[14]
Alex Tamba Brima, 44, Sierra Leonean military commander (Armed Forces Revolutionary Council), convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity during the Civil War.[15]
Carillo Gritti, 74, Italian-born Brazilian Roman Catholic prelate, Territorial Prelate of Itacoatiara (since 2000).[16]
T. S. John, 76, Indian politician, chairman of the Kerala Congress.[17]
E. Edward Jones, 85, American minister and civil rights activist.[18]
J. Reilly Lewis, 71, American choral conductor and Baroque music specialist, heart attack.[19]
Panagiotis Mavrikos, 42, Greek newspaper publisher, traffic collision.[20]
Bernard Shrimsley, 85, British newspaper editor (The Sun, News of the World).[21]
Peter Then, 64, Indonesian priest, drowning.[22]
Brooks Thompson, 45, American basketball player (Orlando Magic) and coach (UTSA Roadrunners), multiple organ failure.[23]
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Pierre Aubert, 89, Swiss politician, President (1983, 1987).[24]
Evtim Evtimov (bg), 82, Bulgarian poet.[25]
Terje Fjærn (no), 73, Norwegian orchestra conductor ("La det swinge").[26]
Sascha Lewandowski, 44, German football manager (Bayer Leverkusen, Union Berlin).[27]
Qahhor Mahkamov, 84, Tajik politician, President (1990–1991).[28]
Marina Malfatti, 83, Italian actress (The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave, The Red Queen Kills Seven Times, Black Killer).[29]
Michael Manser, 87, British architect, complications from a stroke.[30]
Ngala Mwendwa, 94, Kenyan politician.[31]
Vladislav Yankovsky, 64, Russian musician (Novosibirsk Youth Symphony Orchestra).[32]
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Børge Bach, 71, Danish footballer (AaB).[33]
Johnny Brooks, 84, English footballer (Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Brentford).[34]
Tanju Gürsu, 77, Turkish actor and film director.[35]
Amber Gurung, 78, Nepalese musician and composer (national anthem).[36]
Frans Harjawiyata (id), 84, Indonesian Roman Catholic abbot.[37]
Leonard Hill, 68, American television director and property developer.[38]
Peter Jost, 95, British mechanical engineer.[39]
Stephen Keshi, 54, Nigerian football player (Anderlecht, Strasbourg) and manager (national team), heart attack.[40]
Sir Graham Latimer, 90, New Zealand Māori leader and politician.[41]
Marita Lindquist, 97, Finnish writer.[42]
Thomas Perkins, 84, American businessman (Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers).[43]
Anatoliy Polishchuk, 66, Soviet-Ukrainian volleyball player, Olympic silver medalist (1976).[44]
Rubén Quevedo, 37, Venezuelan baseball player (Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers), heart attack.[45]
Juana la del Revuelo (es), 64, Spanish Flamenco singer.[46]
Sean Rooks, 46, American basketball player (Dallas Mavericks, Minnesota Timberwolves, Los Angeles Lakers).[47]
Isam Surentu (id), 46, Indonesian television presenter, pneumonia and heart disease.[48]
Torcuato Di Tella (es), 86, Argentinian sociologist.[49]
Nicholas Triandafyllidis (el), 49, Greek artist and filmmaker.[50]
Didargylyç Urazow, 39, Turkmen footballer, stroke.[51]
Bryan Wiedmeier, 56, American sports executive (Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns, NFL Management Council), brain cancer.[52]
Rod Zimmer, 73, Canadian politician, Senator for Manitoba (2005–2013), complications from esophageal cancer and pneumonia.[53]
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Al Ackerman, 90, American sportscaster (WDIV, WXYZ).[54]
Szilárd Aigner (hu), 70, Hungarian meteorologist.[55]
Stuart Anderson, 93, American businessman and entrepreneur, founder of Black Angus Steakhouse, lung cancer.[56]
Theresa Poh Lin Chan, 72, Singaporean writer and actress, lung cancer.[57]
Helen Fabela Chávez, 88, American labor unionist.[58]
Ayaz Jani, 48, Pakistani poet and journalist.[59]
Brian Kairau, 52, New Zealand actor (Once Were Warriors).[60]
Viktor Korchnoi, 85, Russian-born Swiss chess player.[61]
Erich Linemayr, 83, Austrian football referee.[62]
Federico José Pagura, 93, Argentinian Protestant minister, Bishop of the Evangelical Methodist Church of Argentina.[63]
Steve Pisanos, 96, Greek-born American air force officer.[64]
Theresa Saldana, 61, American actress (Raging Bull, The Commish, I Wanna Hold Your Hand), renal failure.[65]
Rolf Schweizer, 80, German composer.[66]
Sir Peter Shaffer, 90, British playwright (Amadeus, Equus, Black Comedy) and screenwriter, Tony (1975, 1981) and Oscar winner (1985).[67]
Kimbo Slice, 42, Bahamian-born American mixed martial artist (Bellator, UFC), boxer and actor (Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh), heart failure.[68]
Keith Smith, 87, New Zealand cricketer.[69]
Tunga (pt), 64, Brazilian sculptor and performance artist.[70]
André Warusfel, 79, French mathematician and writer.[71]
Jimmy Williams, 90, Canadian baseball player and manager.[72]
Héctor Zumbado, 84, Cuban writer and comedian.[73]
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Manohar Aich, 104, Indian bodybuilder, Mr. Universe (1952).[74]
Gianluca Buonanno, 50, Italian politician, MEP (since 2014), traffic collision.[75]
Jerome Bruner, 100, American psychologist.[76]
Martin van Dijk (nl), 69, Dutch pianist and composer.[77]
David Gilkey, 50, American photojournalist (NPR).[78]
Eduardo Gota Losada (es), 85, Spanish jurist.[79]
Frank Griffin, 98, Irish judge.[80]
Akihiro Komori (ja), 85, Japanese composer (Brave Raideen, Space Ace), kidney failure.[81]
David Lamb, 76, American war correspondent and journalist (Los Angeles Times).[82]
Abu Layla, 32, Syrian military commander. [83]
Jarbas Passarinho (pt), 96, Brazilian politician, President of the Senate (1981–1983), Governor of Pará (1964–1966).[84]
Cedric Robinson, 76, American political scientist.[85]
Zabihullah Tamanna, 38, Afghan interpreter (NPR) and journalist (Anadolu Agency).[86]
Eleanor Zelliot, 89, American scholar.[87]
Aleksei Zharkov, 68, Russian actor, liver disease.[88]
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Gil Bartosh, 86, American football player and coach.[89]
Hervé Baudry (fr), 54, French cartoonist.[90]
Dwight Beare, 27, Australian motorcycle racer, race collision.[91]
Annie Castledine, 77, British theatre director.[92]
Phyllis Curtin, 94, American soprano.[93]
Bobby Curtola, 73, Canadian singer.[94]
Sulabha Deshpande, 79, Indian actress.[95]
Alexander Glezer (ru), 82, Russian poet.[96]
István Halász, 64, Hungarian footballer (Tatabánya, Vasas, national team).[97]
Antti Hyry, 84, Finnish writer.[98]
Geirmund Ihle, 81, Norwegian politician, MP (1969–1981).[99]
Nicky Jennings, 70, English footballer (Portsmouth, Exeter City).[100]
John Karagiorgis, 41, American reality show personality (The Real Housewives of New Jersey) and restaurateur (Rutt's Hut), heart attack.[101]
Michael Keane, 60s, British newspaper editor (Sunday Press), complications from a heart attack.[102]
Nyembezi Kunene, 74, South African actor (Emzini Wezinsizwa, Generations), diabetes.[103]
Manuel Maristany (es), 86, Spanish photographer and writer.[104]
Sir Brian McGrath, 90, British courtier, private secretary to the Duke of Edinburgh.[105]
Carmen Pereira, 79, Bissau-Guinean politician, acting President (1984).[106]
Pulu Poumele, 44, American football player (San Diego Chargers, Baltimore Ravens).[107]
Alan Rathbone, 57, English rugby league player (Bradford, Warrington).[108]
Farid Seiful-Mulyukov, 85, Uzbek-born Russian journalist and writer.[109]
Paul Shoesmith, 50, British motorcycle racer, race collision.[110]
Bill Snowden, 81, New Zealand rugby league player (Ponsonby, national team).[111]
Soerjadi (id), 77, Indonesian politician.[112]
Nicola Tanda, 88, Italian literary critic and philologist.[113]
William Wright, 85, American author.[114]
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Muhammad Ali, 74, American boxer, Olympic gold medalist (1960), three-time WBC world heavyweight champion (1964, 1974, 1978), septic shock.[115]
Balu Anand, 61, Indian actor, heart attack.[116]
Szabolcs Baranyi, 72, Hungarian tennis player.[117]
Adolph Cornelis van Bruggen, 86, Dutch malacologist.[118]
Henry Childs, 65, American football player (New Orleans Saints), heart attack.[119]
Mac Cocker, English-born Australian radio presenter (2JJ, 105.7 ABC Darwin).[120]
Pierre Grimblat (fr), 93, French resistance fighter, writer, producer and director.[121]
Jocelyn Lovell, 65, Canadian cyclist, Commonwealth (1978) and Pan American Games (1971, 1975) gold medalist.[122]
Sten Lundin, 84, Swedish motocross racer, world champion (1959, 1961).[123]
Leonard Marchand, 82, Canadian politician, Minister of Environment (1976, 1977–1979), Senator (1984–1998), first Aboriginal federal cabinet minister.[124]
Joseph Michel, 90, Belgian politician, President of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives (1980–1981), Minister of the Interior (1974–1977, 1986–1988).[125]
Murray Murrell, 93, Australian football player (Collingwood).[126]
Mark Parenteau, 66, American radio personality (WBCN).[127]
Adolfo Prieto (es), 87, Argentinian literary critic.[128]
Lucia Ragni (it), 65, Italian actress and director.[129]
Victor Reux (fr), 86, French politician.[130]
Luis Salom, 24, Spanish motorcycle racer, race collision.[131]
Sabam Siagian, 84, Indonesian journalist (The Jakarta Post).[132]
Mangara M. Siahaan (id), 69, Indonesian politician.[133]
Arve Solstad, 80, Norwegian newspaper editor (Dagbladet).[134]
Dave Swarbrick, 75, British folk musician and singer-songwriter (Fairport Convention), emphysema.[135]
Henrique N'zita Tiago, 88, Angolan separatist politician, President of the Armed Forces of Cabinda.[136]
Miklós Veress (hu), 87, Hungarian ceramist.[137]
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Klaus Biemann, 89, Austrian-born American biochemist.[138]
Walter Curley, 93, American diplomat, Ambassador to Ireland (1975–1977) and France (1989–1993).[139]
Donny Everett, 19, American baseball player (Vanderbilt Commodores), drowned.[140]
Orest Hrywnak, 59, American radio station promoter (WBBF-AM).[141]
Jung Jin (ko), 74, South Korean actor.[142]
Sir Tom Kibble, 83, British physicist.[143]
Wayne Kingery, 88, American football player (Baltimore Colts).[144]
Keith Lawrence, 96, New Zealand-born British flight lieutenant during World War II, surviving member of The Few.[145]
Yevhen Lemeshko, 85, Ukrainian football coach.[146]
Andrzej Niemczyk, 72, Polish volleyball coach, European champion (2003, 2005).[147]
Lee Pfund, 96, American baseball player (Brooklyn Dodgers) and college baseball and basketball coach (Wheaton College).[148]
Josep Pujiula i Vila (ca), 79, Spanish Catalonian lathe operator.[149]
Willis Pyle, 101, American animator (Pinocchio, Bambi, Mr. Magoo).[150]
Brian Reidy, 77, New Zealand rugby league player (Auckland, national team).[151]
Annukka Roininen (fi), 39, Finnish journalist and editor.[152]
Hermann Scheipers (de), 102, German priest, lecturer and Holocaust survivor.[153]
Kat Teasdale, 51, Canadian racecar driver.[154]
Gumer Telyashev (ru), 84, Russian oilman, Hero of Socialist Labor.[155]
Freddie Wadling, 64, Swedish singer and songwriter.[156]
Häns’che Weiss (de), 65, German jazz guitarist and composer.[157]
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Leonard Boyle, 85, New Zealand Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Dunedin (1983–2005).[158]
Agostino Coletto, 88, Italian racing cyclist.[159]
Janusz Ekiert (pl), 85, Polish musicologist, music critic and publicist.[160]
Roger Enrico, 71, American businessman (PepsiCo, DreamWorks).[161]
Razak Khan, 65, Indian film actor (Baadshah, Hello Brother, Akhiyon Se Goli Maare), heart attack.[162]
Apollinaire Malu Malu (fr), 54, Congolese Roman Catholic priest.[163]
Boyce F. Martin Jr., 80, American judge, Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (1996–2003), brain cancer.[164]
Denis Milhau (fr), 82, French museum curator.[165]
Lacy Neff, 49, American radio presenter, amyloidosis.[166]
Grigore Obreja, 48, Romanian sprint canoeist, world champion (1994).[167]
Kosit Panpiemras, 73, Thai banker (Bangkok Bank), cancer.[168]
Dalpat Singh Paraste, 66, Indian politician, MP for Shahdol (2004–2009), brain hemorrhage.[169]
John Taylor, 87, British Anglican bishop and theologian.[170]
Wang Jui, 85, Taiwanese actor, Golden Bell winner (1991, 1997, 2014).[171]
Alan Wise, 63, British music promoter and artist manager.[172]
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Who is best?
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https://plus.google.com/103477662836734118566 Gianna Løpez : they have Drake & Josh and Big Tiem Rush (wtf was i watching during my childhood) on demand i know ...
they have Drake & Josh and Big Tiem Rush (wtf was i watching during my childhood) on demand

i know what im gonna be watching
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https://plus.google.com/114854447318279208357 Fn Ah :

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https://plus.google.com/112180587562199561901 Scarlett Love : Drake & Josh
Drake & Josh
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https://plus.google.com/118018029224479825262 Kÿū Håÿäbüšá : How much likes can these two childhood makers get? 😏💯😃Childhood were made because of em
How much likes can these two childhood makers get?


😏💯😃Childhood were made because of em
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