SOTN

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AcronymDefinition
SOTNSong of the Night
SOTNScent of the Night (perfume)
SOTNShadow of the Ninja (video game)
SOTNSunshine of the Night (Coleman motto)
SOTNSymphony of the Night (game)
SOTNState of the Nation
SOTNStar of the North (Minnesota Disney National Fantasy Fan Club)
SOTNSocked on the Nose (Philately: stamp with centered cancel; aka bullseye)
SOTNSoul of the Night
SOTNSurvivor on the Net (online reality gaming)
SOTNSoldiers of the Night
SOTNSeniors On The Net
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Promoter Eddie Hearn said: "We talk about Josh Kelly being the star of the North East but, trust me, more performances like that and Lewis will be all right.
MnDAA is also co-sponsoring with the MDA, the Keynote speaker, and breakfast at the Star of the North dental meeting on the same day.
THERE was a strong turnout at the Star of the North gala night of show jumping at Stainsby Grange Equestrian Centre, near Stockton, last week.
The Star of the North event was the culmination of a winter series run between the Allens and Janice Mewse's JM Equestrian Affiliated British Showjumping shows.
That's the backdrop for White Star Of The North, the latest play to be staged in Clwyd Theatr Cymru's Celtic Festival.
Truth and Reconciliation Commission members Wilton Littlechild and Marie Wilson were at the Star of the North Retreat Centre in St.
The star of the north London side travelled to the heart of their rival team's area to marry Cheryl Plaza, 36, at Chelsea Register Office.
"Star Of The North came out of Wednesday's race every bit as well as I thought he would.
SHOWJUMPING sisters Holly and Melissa Gair, from Birtley, shone at this year's Star of the North grand finale at Stainsby Grange Equestrian Centre.
The Stockton 10-year-old ace set a stunning standard to win the Star of the North Small Pony Open Championship at Stainsby Grange, Thornaby.
This past April, I had the pleasure of attending the Star of the North Conference in Minneapolis.
Paul, who is originally from Gateshead, owns the prestigious Jupiter restaurant in Manchester and has been dubbed by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay as the "shining star of the North".