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Maryon

Maryon Gargiulo (born 1987 in La Seyne-Sur-Mer, France) is a singer, better known as Maryon, who represented Monaco in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest, with the song "Notre Planète" (Our Planet).

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Maryon Park - History
... Wood, were presented to the London County Council in 1891 by the Maryon-Wilson family, and one of the pits became Maryon Park ... The park was originally wooded and, together with what is now Maryon Wilson Park, was known as Hanging Woods ...
Alan Maryon-Davis - Selected List of Works
... Werneke U, Horn O, Maryon-Davis A, Wessely S, Donnan S, McPherson K Uptake of screening for breast cancer in patients with mental health problems J ... Maryon-Davis A, Press V Easing the Pressure tackling hypertension - A toolkit for developing a local strategy to tackle high blood pressure London, Faculty of Public Health ... Maryon-Davis A, Weight management in primary care how can it be made more effective?, Proc Nutr Soc ...
Maryon - Career
... Maryon was to be Monaco's first entry since 1979 ... Monaco's Prince Albert congratulated Maryon publicly when she was selected to compete in the semi-final ... On the night in Istanbul, Maryon performed her song along with some back-up dancers – however she finished in 20th place out of 22 acts, before Switzerland and Slovenia, with just 10 points and therefore had ...
Hugh Gough, 4th Viscount Gough
... Married, 12 November 1935, Margaretta Elizabeth Maryon-Wilson (died 1977), only daughter of Sir Spencer Maryon-Wilson, 11th Bt ... Gough Viscount Gough 1919–1952 Succeeded by Shane Hugh Maryon Gough ...
Maryon Pearson
... Maryon Elspeth Pearson (née Moody December 13, 1901 – December 26, 1989) was the wife of Lester Bowles Pearson, the 14th Prime Minister of Canada ... Maryon and Lester Pearson married on August 22, 1925 ... Maryon Pearson was also known for her sharp tongued wit ...