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David Whitfield With Mantovani
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Cara Mia
July 2 1954 for 10 weeks
Irene Cara
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Fame
July 11 1982 for 3 weeks
Wet Wet Wet / Billy Bragg With Cara Tivey
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
With a Little Help from My Friends / She's Leaving Home
May 15 1988 for 4 weeks
Irene Cara
   released the single   
Fame
1980; highly acclaimed theme song for movie of the same name; winning Academy Award for Best Original Song
Irene Cara
   released the single   
Flashdance... What a Feeling
1983; 6 weeks as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100; theme song from movie of same name
Cara
   means   
Darling
Italian
Face
   in Portuguese is   
Cara
Friend
   in Irish is   
Cara
Frankly Me Dear, I Don't Give a Damn.
   means   
Re Vera, Cara Mea, Mea Nil Refert.
Irene Cara
   is the stage name of   
Irene Escalera
American singer & actress, winner of 1 Academy Award, 2 Grammy Awards and 1 Golden Globe Award
Orange
   has a variety named   
Cara Cara
Also known as the Red Navel and is likely the product of a Washington and the Brazilian Bahai navel union. The fruit and juice are a dark red colour and extremely sweet with a low acid content. It originated at the Hacienda de Cara Cara in Valencia, Venezuela. It is a medium-sized round fruit with ten to twelve segments and few, if any, seeds. The yellowish orange rind and rich red pulp make it quite distinguishable and its appeal increases because of its cherry-flavoured overtones.
Face
   in Spanish is   
Cara
Boomerang! (1947)
   starred   
Dana Andrews, Jane Wyatt, Lee J. Cobb, Cara Williams
Also starring Arthur Kennedy
La Traviata
   features the duet   
Parigi, O Cara
Last act love duet
Caravaggio
   painted   

Bacchus, 1595, Italian, Baroque, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy, oil on canvas, 95 x 85 cm
Carabiners
   are used in   
Canyoning
Commonly used to attach a rope to a fixed anchor.
Carabiners
   are used in   
Climbing
Commonly used to attach a rope to a fixed anchor.
The Hirsch Aquamarine
   is a   
109.92 Carat Aquamarine
Emerald cut. Part of the House of Louis XV collection
Spanish
   is an official language of   
Nicaragua
Carabiners
   are used in   
Caving
Commonly used to attach a rope to a fixed anchor.
Honduras
   lies to the north of   
Nicaragua
Alexis Arguello
   comes from   
Nicaragua
No Towed Caravans
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Mask
   in Spanish is   
Máscara
NIC
   is the international car registration for   
Nicaragua
Alexis Arguello
   fought out of   
Nicaragua
Modern. Inducted 1992
Nicaragua
   has the capital   
Managua
Managua was made permanent capital in 1855 to end the bitter feud between Granada and León. Managua was damaged by earthquake and fire in 1931 and by fire in 1936. On Dec. 23, 1972, it was almost completely destroyed in an earthquake that took more than 10,000 lives.
.ni
   internet domain is used by   
Nicaragua
Caravan
   of   
Camels
Nicaragua
   has this coat of arms   

Nicaragua
   lies to the north of   
Costa Rica
"Ay, Caramba!"
   is the catch phrase of   
Bart Simpson
Venezuela
   is the site of   
Ciudad Universitaria De Caracas
Caravan
   in American would be   
Fifth Wheel
Nicaragua
   has the anthem   
Salve a Ti, Nicaragua
Hail to You, Nicaragua
Caravaggio
   painted   

Judith Beheading Holofernes; 1598-1599; Italian; Baroque; Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, Rome, Italy; oil on canvas; 145 x 195 cm
Caravaggio
   painted   

San Gerolamo; 1605-1606; Italian; Baroque; Galleria Borghese, Rome, Italy; oil on canvas; 112 x 157 cm
Caramel
   means   
A Latte With Caramel Syrup
Venezuela
   has the capital   
Caracas
Discovered by Francisco Fajardo from the nearby Margarita Island in 1560. In 1577, the governor Juan de Pimentel nominated the town to become the administrative center of the Province of Venezuela; thus, Caracas became the third and final capital of Venezuela.
Caravan
   of   
Desert Travellers
Caravaggio
   painted   

The Crucifixion of Saint Peter; 1601-1601; Italian; Baroque; Santa Maria del Popolo, Rome, Italy; oil on canvas; 230 x 175 cm
Ríos Reyna Hall
   is in   
Caracas
In the Teresa Carrenño Cultural Complex; Venezuela
Lake Nicaragua
   is in   
Nicaragua
The only freshwater lake in the world inhabited by sharks
Caravaggio
   painted   

The Musicians; 1595-1596; Italian; Baroque; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 92 x 118 cm






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