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Dzintars Zirnis

Dzintars Zirnis (born 25 April 1977 in Riga) is a Latvian football defender. He plays for Latvian First League club FK 1625 Liepāja. For almost his entire career Zirnis played for FK Liepājas Metalurgs in the Latvian Higher League, making his debut in 1997 and playing there until 2013. He was also a member of Latvia national football team how to tenderize a steak quickly.

Zirnis played for FK Pārdaugava Rīga before joining FK Liepājas Metalurgs in 1997. In September 2004 he played in the UEFA Cup for Metalurgs in which the club beat Faroe Islands club, B36 Tórshavn 11-2 over two legs in the first qualifying round and then beat the Swedish Allsvenskan club Östers IF in the second qualifying round glass and rubber water bottle. Metalurgs were beaten by the German Bundesliga club FC Schalke 04 in the first round, 9-1 over two legs. On 1 October 2005 Zirnis was a part of the Metalurgs team that beat FK Ventspils 5-1 to seal the club’s first ever Latvian Higher League title. Zirnis ended his professional career after the 2013 Latvian Higher League season bpa free reusable water bottles, having played 403 league matches and scored 7 goals. He is one of the most capped players in the history of the Latvian top tier championship behind his ex-teammate Viktors Spole and Igors Korabļovs.

Zirnis made his debut for Latvia national football team on 19 August 1997 in a 0-0 draw with Azerbaijan. In November 2003 he was a part of the Latvian team that beat Turkey over two legs to qualify for the UEFA Euro 2004 finals, for the first time qualifying for a major international tournament. and played at the finals in 2004. Zirnis was sent off in the Baltic Cup final against Lithuania in Kaunas on 22 May 2005 runners hydration belt. On 17 November 2007 he scored an own goal to give Liechtenstein the lead in a UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying Group F match which Latvia eventually won 4-1. Zirnis played 68 international matches for Latvia.

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Bruce Fairbairn

Bruce Earl Fairbairn (Vancouver, 30 dicembre 1949 – 17 maggio 1999) è stato un musicista e produttore discografico canadese.

Fairbairn iniziò la propria carriera nel settore della musica suonando la tromba nel gruppo pop canadese Prism. Negli anni ottanta divenne produttore discografico a Vancouver, in British Columbia (Canada); negli studi della sua Little Mountain Sound furono realizzati album come The Razors Edge degli AC/DC, Permanent Vacation e Pump degli Aerosmith, Slippery When Wet dei Bon Jovi (in cui tra l’altro Fairbairn suonò anche le percussioni e il corno), Psycho Circus dei Kiss e altri lavori soprattutto heavy metal e hard rock (Mötley Crüe, Poison, Scorpions, Honeymoon Suite e altri).

La fama di Fairbairn fece di Vancouver una meta importante per le grandi band che volevano produrre album di qualità. Fairbairn lanciò anche numerosi altri giovani produttori e ingegneri del suono di talento, fra cui Bob Rock, Randy Staub e Mike Plotnikoff.

Nel 1995 Fairbairn acquistò gli Armory Studios, sempre a Vancouver, insieme al suo amico Jim Vallance. Fra le band che vennero agli Armory a registrare ci furono The Cranberries modern glass water bottle, Van Halen, gli INXS e gli Yes glass and rubber water bottle. Fairbairn stava ultimando l’album The Ladder degli Yes, il 17 maggio 1999, quando morì nel sonno, all’età di 49 anni, nella sua casa di Vancouver.
Alla cerimonia commemorativa in suo onore kids soccer uniforms wholesale, « A Celebration of the Life of Bruce Earl Fairbairn », si presentarono oltre 300 persone; Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Tom Keenleyside, David Sinclair e il figlio Brent suonarono alla sua memoria.

Nel 2000, il nome di Bruce Fairbairn è stato introdotto nella Canadian Music Hall of Fame, con un premio Juno.

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