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Wonder

Stevie. real name Steveland Judkins Morris. born 1950, US Motown singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. His recordings include Up-Tight (1966), "Superstition" (1972), Innervisions (1973), Songs in the Key of Life (1976), and "I Just Called to Say I Love You" (1985)
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The sponsorship entails P10 000 cash and a full page slot worth P3500 for Morupule Wonderers to advertise for a period of 12 months freely.
inowed Gates open at 11am and the first band, Joe Jive and the Wonderers, is scheduled to appear 90 minutes later, followed by Blondie (Heart of Glass), Elton John (Joel Coombes and his Band), Oasis (Ohasis), Robbie (Tony), Take That (Rule the World), Madness (One Step Behind) and finally the headline act Meatloaf (Pete Loaf) at 9.
A portable defibrillator helped save the life of Bolton Wonderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba in an FA Cup quarter final in 2012 and, only this season a life of a local youth player was saved thanks to a portable defibrillator.
The Warwick Wonderers - Roger Northam from Solihull, Guy Bicknell from Coventry, Dan Bone from Birmingham and Michael Clough from Southam - were the overall winners of the challenge.
The ex-Hoops and Aston Villa midfielder is turning out for West Midlands side Wychall Wonderers after bravely battling leukaemia.
The latest discoveries will inspire new generations of wonderers and wanderers to head for Salisbury Plain to see for themselves one of the most remarkable and mysterious sites on Earth.
Some evenings in the Latin Quarter opera singers performed in the street by the Sorbonne, and for the hopeless and the lonely and the star-gazing wonderers all, those arias had a way of powering down the heart.
As Tom himself says, we are seeing the 'collapse of any division between professionals and laymen, students and teachers, knowers and wonderers.
Sixty under-12 players from Cardiff City Ladies, Vale Wonderers, Porthcawl Seagulls, Vale Athletic and Sully Sports Whites, who all compete in the South Wales Women's and Girl's Leagues, played their mini-festival on the astroturf and were then invited to a workshop.