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Pizza, birra, faso
                                               

Pizza, birra, faso

Pizza, birra, faso es una película argentina estrenada el 15 de enero de 1998, escrita y dirigida por Bruno Stagnaro e Israel Adrián Caetano. Si bien fue una película realizada con muy bajo presupuesto, su calidad y sus premios conseguidos le dieron un gran impulso la industria cinematográfica argentina. La película cuenta la historia de una banda de adolescentes marginales que habita una misma casa y sobrevive en las calles de Buenos Aires realizando robos de baja monta.

                                               

Más Birras

Más Birras fue un grupo de rock asentado en Zaragoza y liderado por Mauricio Aznar, que existió desde el año 1985 al año 1993. Más Birras saltó la fama desde Diario Pop, de Jesús Ordovás, en Radio 3 con su canción "Apuesta por el rock and roll", parte del mini-LP Al este del Moncayo. El grupo estaba compuesto por Mauricio Aznar guitarra y voz, Miguel Mata bajo y Víctor Jiménez batería y Mariano Ballesteros saxo una incorporación posterior y contó con la constante colaboración del músico y compositor aragonés Gabriel Sopeña. Llegó a grabar al menos cinco veces a lo largo de su corta historia. Aparte de la canción citada anteriormente, produjo otras magníficas como "Cass, la chica más guapa de la ciudad". Su última grabación, Tierra quemada se grabó en 1992 en Madrid para Pasión Cia. Es probablemente el trabajo que contiene sus mejores temas y letras, con más auténtica y rotunda poesía, expresando la madurez artística del grupo y confirmando a Mauricio Aznar como un grandísimo poeta. Contó con la producción de Tony Luz, mucho más adecuada para las características del grupo. Tras la marcha de Quino, el grupo contará con la presencia del fino guitarrista Josu García, entonces músico de Carmen París, que aportó al álbum algunos de sus mejores momentos. ​ Tras este álbum el grupo desapareció en 1993, y sus componentes siguieron caminos separados. Su líder, Mauricio Aznar, creó Almagato, grupo en el que seguía trabajando cuando falleció en 2000.

Birra Peroni (empresa)
                                               

Birra Peroni (empresa)

Birra Peroni SRL es una empresa italiana fabricante de cerveza. Fundada en 1846, fue autónoma hasta el año 1988 cuando pasó a ser controlada por Danone, sucesivamente por Anheuser-Busch InBev y, desde 2016, por el grupo japonés Asahi Breweries. ​

                                               

Ali Birra

Ali Mahammed, known professionally as Ali Birra, is an Ethiopian singer, composer, and poet. He was born in Ganda Kore, a village in the city of Dire Dawa, Ethiopia.

                                               

Claude Birraux

Claude Birraux is a member of the National Assembly of France. He represents the Haute-Savoie department, and is a member of the Union for a Popular Movement.

Joseph-Marie Birraux
                                               

Joseph-Marie Birraux

Joseph-Marie Birraux was a Catholic bishop who was Vicar Apostolic of Tanganyika and later became Superior General of the White Fathers, or Society of Missionaries of Africa.

Martin Birrane
                                               

Martin Birrane

Martin Birrane was an Irish businessman and former racing driver. Born in Ballina, County Mayo and educated at St Muredachs College, Birrane made his money in property development, with his company Peer Group. He was the owner of the Mondello Park racetrack in County Kildare, which is the only FIA 3 1/2 kilometre track in Ireland. It hosts domestic and international events. He competed in the Le Mans 24 Hours ten times as a driver, winning the GT class in 1985. In 1990, he set the then Irish land speed record of 176 mph 283 km/h on the then-unopened Westlink, now known as the M50, in Dublin. Birrane owned Team Ireland, a NASCAR Winston Cup Series car racing team from 1991 to 1992. He was the owner of racing car manufacturer Lola Cars from 1997 until the company was closed down in 2012. The Sunday Times Rich List 2011 valued his assets at €85 million. Birrane died in June 2018 at the age of 82.

Oro Incenso & Birra
                                               

Oro Incenso & Birra

Oro Incenso & Birra is the fifth studio album released by the Italian singer-songwriter Zucchero Fornaciari on 13 June 1989. As with his previous album Blues, the album is credited to "Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari". Its title represents a pun on oro incenso e mirra ", the Italian for "gold, frankincense and myrrh", with mirra being replaced by birra, meaning beer. It has sold an estimated 1.84 million copies in Italy and 2.5 million copies in Europe up to 1995, becoming the best-selling album internationally by an Italian until it was overtaken by Andrea Bocellis album Romanza in 1997. As of 2015 it has reported sales of over 8 million copies. Rolling Stone Italia included the album in its list of "the 100 best Italian music albums of all time".

                                               

Birralee, Belair

The well maintained beautiful house, located in well maintained grounds, is now once again a private home, currently belonging to Hans Ehmann and Valmai Spicer.

                                               

Birralee, Glenelg

Birrana
                                               

Birrana

Birrana was the name of two motor racing organisations, both associated with South Australian racing driver and engineer Malcolm Ramsay. From 1971 to 1978 Birrana constructed a series of successful open-wheel racing cars as well as a Holden V8 touring car. Ramsay brought the Birrana name back to motor racing in the 1990s running a series of Reynard Motorsport built Formula 3000 chassis in the Australian Drivers Championship. Birrana came to dominate the championship winning titles with Jason Bright, Paul Stokell, Rick Kelly and Simon Wills as well as giving Mark Webber his first racing experience of wings and slicks open-wheeler racing. As Formula Holden started to wither, Birrana moved into V8 Supercar with Wills. Ramsay reduced his involvement as the team morphed into Team Dynamik. Today Ramsay continues the Birrana name as a mechanical engineering firm servicing the mining industry.

                                               

Birrana bulburin

Birrana bulburin is a species of spiders in the Zoropsidae family, from Queensland, first described by Raven & Stumkat in 2005. It is the only species in the genus Birrana.

                                               

Birrana (spider)

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