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Manana in Arabic
غدا بالإسبانية

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Manana in Russian

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Manana in Turkish
yarın, çıkmaz ayın son çarşambası yarınki

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Manana in Korean
언젠가, 미래 불특정한 어느때에

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Manana in English
Manana Island is an uninhabited islet located off Kaupo Beach, near Makapuu at the eastern end of the Island of Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands. In the Hawaiian language, manana means "buoyant". The islet is commonly referred to as Rabbit Island, because its shape as seen from the nearby Oahu shore looks something like a rabbit's head and because it was once inhabited by introduced rabbits. The rabbit colony was established by John Adams Cummins in the 1880s when he ran the nearby Waimanalo plantation. The rabbits were eradicated about a hundred years later because they were destroying the native ecosystem, an important seabird breeding area.

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*Mañana, commonly referred to as Mañana, is a band from Basel, Switzerland. It is a five piece band, with Manuel Bürkli performing the vocals and guitar, Jan Krattiger on guitar, Jenny Jans on piano, Samuel Burri on bass, and Lorenz Hunziker on drums.

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Mañana or Manana may refer to:
  • *Mañana, a Swiss indie band formed in 2002
  • Manana, is a Georgian origin Azerbaijani singer
  • "Mañana (Is Soon Enough for Me)", a 1947 song written by Peggy Lee and Dave Barbour
  • "Mañana", a 1972 hit for the Bay City Rollers
  • "Mañana", a song written by Juan Gabriel
  • "Mañana", a song written by Gloria Trevi
  • "Mañana", a song written by Jimmy Buffett on his Son of a Son of a Sailor album
  • "Mañana", a song by German rock band Amon Düül II, on their 1973 album Vive La Trance
  • "Mañana", a song by the Desaparecidos on their album Read Music/Speak Spanish
  • Mañana (album), a 2005 album released by Mexican band Sin Bandera

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Manana Japaridze (; ) simply known as Manana, is a Georgian origin singer of Azerbaijan, who lives, sings and has represented Azerbaijan in international festivals. She is honored singer of Azerbaijan since 2009. She is one of the few singers in the world who have won three "Grand Prix":
  1. The international festival "Voice of Asia" in 1999, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  2. The international festival "Slavyanskiy bazar" in 1999, Kiev, Ukraine
  3. The international festival, taken place in 2000, Shanghai, China, where she also won the prize "Golden Voice of Asia".

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Manana in Arabic


غدا باْسبانية

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Manana in Bulgarian
[m@'njа:n@] n исп. неопределено бъдеще. {2} [m@'njа:n@] adv исп. утре; някой ден.

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[mъ'njа:nъ] n исп. неопределено бъдеще. [mъ'njа:nъ] adv исп. утре; някой ден.

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