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After toasting to a fun and successful Season 19, the houseguests will immediately participate in their first competition, which will determine who the Head of Household (HOH) will be.
Eurasian Development Bank (EDB), as the Resources Manager of the Eurasian Fund for Stabilisation and Development (EFSD), announces the results of the collection of applications for the first competition for EFSD grants for social projects in Armenia, the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan.
Still, that doesn't deter the Filipinas as they open their bid on Tuesday against Singapore, the team's first competition since last year's Fiba Asia Championship for Women in Wuhan, China, where the country advanced to Level I.
In her first competition, Saphia Tinsley, who is only five years old, took a silver in the peewee -20 category and was named 'Fighter Of The Day'.
Emma Kerry won gold in her first competition in the under-40 kgs category.
As a founding team in the FIRST competition, having competed all 24 years, Gael Force has an automatic entry into the annual world championship, which takes place in St.
Dad Mark said: "She's always been singing in her bedroom from a very young age but this is the first competition she's entered.
This was my first competition and I was really only expecting to pick up experience, but found myself walking away with the title.
MEMBERS from Billingham Amateur swimming club are celebrating a successful first competition away from home.
Summary: DUBAI - La Cusine Du Sial is the first competition of its kind in the region.
Wald, a rural village in Canton Appenzell Ausserrhoden, is the unlikely winner of the first competition run by Second@s Plus, for the most foreigner-friendly place in German-speaking Switzerland.
In his first competition, local schoolboy Llewellyn Coleman, from Penygraig, gained an impressive first place in the 82.

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