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StoneBridge and with
Bimbo Jones created one of four distinct remixes that are being released for “ Everything That I Got .” The others are by two of the album ’ s other producers, Subgroover ( from The Netherlands ) and Grammy nominated Swedish producer StoneBridge ( Taio Cruz, Cher, Britney Spears ); and Twisted Dee ( Mary J. Blige, Britney Spears ) with Joe Magic.
* 8: 00 PM – 12: 00 AM: BPM's Epic Mix with StoneBridge
* 12: 00 – 4: 00 AM: BPM's Epic Mix with StoneBridge ( repeat )

StoneBridge and remix
StoneBridge garnered a Grammy Award nomination for his remix of " Closer ".

StoneBridge and hit
" Put ' Em High " is a hit single by the dance musician StoneBridge.

StoneBridge and .
Notable producers that have worked in this genre include the Freemasons, Soul Central, Armand van Helden, StoneBridge, Seamus Haji, Moto Blanco and Mikey High Jinks.
StoneBridge is the pseudonym for the Swedish DJ and record producer, Sten Hallström.
* Written by StoneBridge / Therese Grankvist / Klas b Wahl / George Nakas.
* Produced, arranged and mixed by StoneBridge.
* Recorded at StoneBridge Productions, Stockholm.

StoneBridge and had
" Say What's On Your Mind " had club mixes from Almighty Records and StoneBridge ( DJ ).

won and international
Fridtjof Nansen won international fame after reaching a record northern latitude of 86 ° 14 ′ during his Nansen's Fram expedition | North Pole expedition of 1893 – 96.
The Aberdare Athletic Ground was the venue of the first rugby league international between Wales and the New Zealand All Golds on New Year's Day 1908, which was won by the Welsh 9-8.
He won his first international tournament at Munich 1906.
Internal and international pressure in particular from France continued and in rescheduled elections held in October 1993, again with the help of the international community Ange-Félix Patassé won a second-round victory.
On 28 February 2011 ONUCI consisted of 7, 568 troops, 177 military observers, and numerous international civilians and Police ; the mission had received helicopter and infantry reinforcement from UNMIL during the stand-off since the late 2010 elections which had been won by Alassane Ouattara.
The Great Britain team won the last MacRobertson International Croquet Shield tournament, which is the major international test tour trophy in association croquet.
Crowded House has won several national and international awards.
He added several top international players to the side, as the club won the FA Cup in 1997 and established themselves as one of England's top sides again.
Dilbert was named the best syndicated strip of 1997 in the Harvey Awards and won the Max & Moritz Prize as best international comic strip for 1998.
In 1968, it won an international award, the Prix Jeunesse, in Munich.
Enya won an Echo Award for best selling international single in Germany of 2001, and received a nomination for best selling album.
Such movies were commercially successful and often enjoyed international distribution, but won little acclaim from critics.
Three films have so far received international recognition by being selected to compete in major film festivals: Caterpillar by Kōji Wakamatsu was in competition for the Golden Bear at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival and won the Silver Bear for Best Actress, Outrage by Takeshi Kitano was in competition for the Palme d ' Or at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival and Himizu, by Sion Sono was in competition for the Golden Lion at the 68th Venice International Film Festival.
Baresi is one of the few players who have won all domestic club, international club and national honours, and doing so all with his native country.
The Championship section was for players who had previously won an international tournament.
Ostpolitik was opposed by the conservative elements in Germany, but won Brandt an international reputation and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1971.
In December 1990, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, a liberation theology Roman Catholic ( Salesian ) priest, won 67 % of the vote in elections that international observers deemed largely free and fair.
The Ligue Internationale de Hockey sur Glace was founded in 1908 to govern international competitions, and the first European championships were won by Great Britain in 1910.
Introducing methods of photographing high-speed auto racing that had never been seen before, mounting cameras on the cars, at full speed and putting the stars in the actual cars, instead of against rear-projections, the film was an international success and won three Oscars, for editing, sound and sound effects.
Overall, they have won fifty-three official titles on the national and international stage, more than any other Italian club: a record twenty-eight league titles, a record nine Italian cups and five national super cups and, with eleven titles in confederation and inter-confederation competitions ( two Intercontinental Cups, two European Champion Clubs ' Cup / UEFA Champions Leagues, one European Cup Winners ' Cup, a record three UEFA Cups, one UEFA Intertoto Cup and two UEFA Super Cups ) the club currently ranks fourth in Europe and seventh in the world with the most trophies won.
In 1985, under the management of Giovanni Trapattoni, who led the Torinese team to thirteen official trophies in ten years until 1986, including six league titles and five international titles ; Juventus became the first club in the history of European football to have won all three major competitions organised by the Union of European Football Associations: the European Champions ' Cup, the ( now-defunct ) Cup Winners ' Cup and the UEFA Cup ( the first Italian and Southern European side to win the tournament ).
That year he also won the national boxing championship and an international gymnastics championship.
) Dalglish's final appearance for Scotland, after 15 years as a full international, was on 12 November 1986 at Hampden Park in a Euro 1988 qualifying game against Luxembourg, which Scotland won 3 – 0.

won and renown
Educated first by the celebrated school of St. Maarten in Groningen, he matriculated at the universities of Erfurt ( BA in 1458 ) and Louvain ( MA in 1465 ), where he won renown for the purity of his Latin and his skill in disputation.
He won renown for the elegance of his Latin style and his knowledge of philosophy.
Diomedes won great renown amongst the Achaeans, killing the Trojan hero Pandaros and nearly killing Aeneas, who was only saved by his mother, Aphrodite.
This model from the new Dodge Brothers company won some renown for its durability because of its use in the Pershing expedition and the 1916 Patton fight.
Furthermore, while King Edward and the Prince of Wales were popular heroes due to their successes on the battlefield, John of Gaunt had not won equivalent military renown that could have bolstered his reputation.
He won great renown for A Man for All Seasons, his first iteration of this theme, but he developed it in his existential script for Lawrence of Arabia ( 1962 ).
According to the Byzantine historian Procopius, " From the start, Yazdegerd was a sovereign whose nobility of character had won for him the greatest renown.
Eisenstaedt ’ s photographs of the famous and infamous — Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, Marilyn Monroe, Ernest Hemingway, the Kennedys, Sophia Loren — won him worldwide renown and 86 Life covers.
He also reasoned that the return of French prisoners from Russia, Germany, Britain and Spain would furnish him instantly with a trained, veteran and patriotic army far larger than that which had won renown in the years before 1814.
In 1820, he won popular renown as chief attorney to Queen Caroline, and in the next decade he became a liberal leader in the House.
Lamont enlists the help of Bronowski, a linguist who had won renown for translating the Etruscan language and is looking for a new challenge.
His work in galactic structure, astrophysics and the history of astronomy was of international renown and won him an honorary degree from Harvard University in 1936, as well as the Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society in 1951.
He won international renown in 1552 when he successfully defended the city of Metz from the forces of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, and defeated the imperial troops again at the Battle of Renty in 1554, but the Truce of Vaucelles temporarily curtailed his military activity.
During the Leipzig Trial, Dimitrov's calm conduct of his defence and the accusations he directed at his prosecutors won him world renown.
It was in the use of such ships that courageous seamen like Constantine Kanaris won international renown.
Gold is won, and bright renown.
She soon won renown and infamy for her zealous teachings of his faith and " fearless devotion ".
In Qazvin Táhirih reportedly won renown for her beauty and respect for her knowledge, however the latter was a quality regarded as undesirable in a daughter and wife.
In Switzerland he started teaching his mental manipulation of numbers, and won some renown.
In 1630, he won renown as a military leader in the war against the Spaniards in Piedmont ( Italy ).
Due in part to Obata's prowess and growing reputation, the firm achieved global renown, and Obata himself has won numerous awards for his designs.
As president of Clark University, he ordered in 1922, that the lights be turned off while Scott Nearing was addressing a Liberal Club on socialism on the campus of the University, which won him great renown.
Oregon was still operating along the Pacific coast in the spring of 1898 when Congress declared war on Spain ; and she promptly won great renown by her race south from Puget Sound to Cape Horn and then north to the Caribbean to join American forces blockading Cuba.
At the Battle of Hastenbeck he won great renown by a gallant charge at the head of an infantry brigade ; and upon the capitulation of Kloster Zeven he was easily persuaded by his uncle Ferdinand of Brunswick, who succeeded Cumberland in command, to continue in the war as a general officer.
Tacitus had said of them as tribesmen :" The Germans have no taste for peace ; renown is easier won among perils, and you cannot maintain a large body of companions except by violence and war.

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