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Brethren (religious group)

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Brethren (religious group)

Brethren is a name adopted by a wide range of mainly Christian religious groups throughout history which do share historical roots. The largest movements by this name are the Schwarzenau Brethren, Anabaptists, Moravian Brethren, and Plymouth Brethren. Late Middle Ages Apostolic Brethren (13th century), mendicant order similar to the Franciscans Kalands Brethren (13th century), German charitable organization Brethren of the Free Spirit (13th century), mystical reform movement The Brethren of the Common Life (14th century), intentional communities dedicated to service The Moravian Church, also known as United Brethren, Unitas Fratrum, and Bohemian Brethren, descend from the followers of Jan Hus, a Czech reformer burned at the stake in 1415 and Bohemian 15th-century nobleman and theologian Petr Chelčický The Unity of the Brethren, also traces its roots to the work of Hus and Chelčický Anabaptist groups These groups grew out of the Anabaptist movement at the time of the Protestant Reformation (16t

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Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar

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Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar

The Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar, SECAM, or French : Symposium des Conférences Épiscopales d'Afrique et de Madagascar) is an agency of the Catholic Church which includes the bishops of Africa and Madagascar. History The SECAM-born, on the occasion of the Second Vatican Council, the will of the African bishops to speak and act together, overcoming the language difference, historical and cultural. The project, submitted to the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, was approved in 1968. The Symposium was convened for the first time during the visit of Pope Paul VI to Uganda in 1969. Organization The SECAM-consists of: a presidential council a General Secretariat committees: the Committee on doctrinal and pastoral, social and legal committee, the Committee on Finance and Administration, the Committee for African Affairs, the union of African collaboration. Presidents 1969 - Laurean Rugambwa 1969–1978

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TYKA Sports

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TYKA Sports

TYKA is a sportswear and sports equipment brand introduced by TK Sports Private Limited in 2009. Primarily being the kit partner for various cricket teams across the world, TYKA is now associated with various football teams. TYKA entered the market in 2014 when they were announced as the sports manufacture sponsor of Indian Super League side, Chennaiyin FC.[1] TYKA have also made their way into the cricket market, being the official apparel sponsor of Indian Premier League sides Sunrisers Hyderabad. TYKA also sponsors the United Arab Emirates national cricket team.[2] Teams Cricket Afghanistan cricket team Domestic Clubs Caribbean Premier League Guyana Amazon Warriors St Kitts and Nevis Patriots Hong Kong T20 Blitz Galaxy Gladiators Lantau Indian Premier League Sunrisers Hyderabad Karnataka Premier League Mysuru Warriors[3] Namma Shivamogga[4] Bijapur Bulls Tamil Nadu Premier League Chepauk Super Gillies Madurai Super Giants T20 Mumbai League ARCH Andheri[5] North

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Demographics of the Netherlands

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Demographics of the Netherlands

This article is about the demographic features of the population of the Netherlands, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the population, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population. Population size The Netherlands is the 66th most populated country in the world, and as of March 21, 2016, it has a population of 17,000,000. Between 1900 and 1950 the population doubled from 5.1 to 10.0 million people. From 1951 to 2000 the population increased from 10.0 to 15.9 million people, increasing by a smaller proportion.[1] Population density per province in 2006 Dutch provinces as European countries by population The Netherlands is the thirty-first most densely populated country in the world. The 17,000,000[2] Dutch men, women and children are concentrated on an area of 41,526 km2;[3] this means that the country has a population density of 409 per km2 (August 2018:415 per km2), or over 502 per km2 if only the land area, 33,883 km2,[3] is counted.

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List of educational institutions in Pratapgarh district, Uttar Pradesh

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List of educational institutions in Pratapgarh district, Uttar Pradesh

.[1][2] Amar Janta Intermediate College, in Katra Gulab Singh Govt Polytechnic, Sultanpur Road, Chilbila Hemwait Nandan Bahuguna Post Graduate Degree College, Lalganj Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Avadheshpuram, Lala Bazar, Kalakankar MDPG College P B College Shiv Pati Devi Yamuna Prasad Mishra Balika Inter College Ajhara lalganj Pratapgarh(Prastavit) Government Girls Inter College (G.G.I.C.), Pratapgarh, U.P. Novel international school rakhaha Pratapgarh Sarla inter college chamrupur Pratapgarh Dev Narayan Inter College Kachha Pratapgarh ATL school(C.B.S.E Board) Katra Road Pratapgarh Angels Inter College,Shiv ji puram Katara Road Pratapgarh Sanskar Global School S.K. Memorial Foundation Of India, Pratapgarh(U.P) St Johns Academy Viveknagar Pratapgarh Sarsswti Sishu Mandir, Ajeet Nagar, Pratapgarh (U.P.) B. D Mishra Intermediate College, Tarapur, Pratapgarh M. P. S Intermediate College, Jethwara, Pratapgarh Mahatma Gandhi Inter College, Bahunchara-230137, Pratapgarh Krishna Prasad Hindu Inter

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Institute of Historic Building Conservation

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Institute of Historic Building Conservation

The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) is a professional body in the United Kingdom. It was formed as a charitable trust company in 1997 by members of the former Association of Conservation Officers. The object was to widen the scope of the profession from those mainly concerned with the statutory regulation of the historic environment to all those who practice professionally in historic and built environment conservation. Membership The Institute has about 2,300 members in three categories: Full Members (IHBC): who have demonstrated interdisciplinary practice standards in line with ICOMOS conservation standards and World Bank project management models. They may use the suffix 'IHBC' after their name and are listed in the institute's Annual Yearbook and selectively on its online register..[1]. Associates (AssocIHBC): who have demonstrated standards comparable to Full Members, but in a single area of practice. They are also listed in the Institute's Annual Yearbook and selectively on its o

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Neung Nai Suang

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Neung Nai Suang

Nueng Nai Suang (Thai: หนึ่งในทรวง) is a Thai television drama.[1] Synopsis News of the journey back from France after the graduation of master's diplomatic of Anawat Patcharapojanat or Nueng. The son of former diplomat, famous Mr.Vit Patcharapojanat. The news received lots of attention from girls. Especially, Mr. Sisuk and hattentioner named Songsang. But for Hatairat Ratchapitak, whose parents are dead and she has been taken cared by Mr.Sut & Mrs. Thip Duenpradap, like their own daughter. Though, she didn't feel excited, like other girls and has also expressed that she didn't like guys who were arrogant and hardcore. When Anawat returned to Thailand, he came to visit his relatives, Sisuk’s whole family and Duenpradap’s family. But he had missed Hatairat every time. Anawat visits Pinij Panatpong, who is an old friend of his, but do not meet. Pinij to recuperate at the ranch of his brother, is Pinai. Because grets about his lover named Hatairat. The next day, Anawat goes to the house of the family Due

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Fantasia Barrino

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Fantasia Barrino

Fantasia Monique Barrino-Taylor (born June 30, 1984),[1] known professionally by her mononym Fantasia, is an American R&B, singer, songwriter, actress and author. She rose to fame as the winner of the third season of the reality television series American Idol in 2004. Following her victory, she released her debut single, "I Believe," which debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Subsequently, she released her debut album, Free Yourself, which went on to be certified Platinum by the RIAA and earned Barrino three Grammy nominations in 2006. In 2006, she released her second album, Fantasia, which featured the single "When I See U" which topped the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for eight weeks. This album was certified Gold by the RIAA and received three Grammy nominations in 2008. She then played the part of Celie in the Broadway musical The Color Purple, for which she won a 2007 Theatre World Award. Her third studio album, Back to Me, was released worldwide on August 24, 2010 and fea

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APL (programming language)

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APL (programming language)

APL (named after the book A Programming Language)[2] is a programming language developed in the 1960s by Kenneth E. Iverson. Its central datatype is the multidimensional array. It uses a large range of special graphic symbols[3] to represent most functions and operators, leading to very concise code. It has been an important influence on the development of concept modeling, spreadsheets, functional programming,[4] and computer math packages.[5] It has also inspired several other programming languages.[6][7] History Mathematical notation A mathematical notation for manipulating arrays was developed by Kenneth E. Iverson, starting in 1957 at Harvard University. In 1960, he began work for IBM where he developed this notation with Adin Falkoff and published it in his book A Programming Language in 1962.[2] The preface states its premise: Applied mathematics is largely concerned with the design and analysis of explicit procedures for calculating the exact or approximate values of various functions. Such explic

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Purity Ring (band)

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Purity Ring (band)

Purity Ring is a Canadian electronic pop band from Edmonton, Alberta, formed in 2010. The band consists of vocalist Megan James and multi-instrumentalist/producer Corin Roddick. They released their debut album Shrines in 2012 to critical acclaim, followed by Another Eternity in 2015. History 2010-2013: Formation and Shrines The band were originally members of the band Gobble Gobble. While on tour with them, Roddick began experimenting with electronic production and beat-making. James was asked to sing on a track called "Ungirthed", thus forming Purity Ring.[1] The song was released in January 2011.[2] On April 3, 2012, it was announced that Purity Ring was signed by record company 4AD worldwide and Last Gang Records in Canada.[3] Later the same month the band released their first official single "Obedear", along with the announcement of their debut album, Shrines, which was released in July 24, 2012.[4] The album peaked at 32 on the Billboard 200, selling 90,000 copies in the US as of February 2015.[5][6]

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Crayon Shin-chan: Action Mask vs. Leotard Devil

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Crayon Shin-chan: Action Mask vs. Leotard Devil

Crayon Shin-chan: Action Mask vs. Leotard Devil (クレヨンしんちゃん アクション仮面VSハイグレ魔王 Kureyon Shinchan: Akushon Kamen tai Haigure Maō), also known as Action Mask vs High - Gure Satan,[1] is a Japanese language animation film from the Crayon Shin-chan series. It was Shin-chan's first anime movie released in 1993. It was dubbed in Hindi as Shin Chan in Action Kamen vs Higure Rakshas telecasted on Hungama TV on 29 August 2010, it was also released on DVD in India. It was released as Crayon Shinchan The Movie: Action Kamen VS Demon with English subtitles on VCD by PMP Entertainment.[2] Plot Action Mask's 'Action Stone' has been robbed by Leotard Devil. Without the Action Stone, he can't go to his world. So he chooses Shin-chan and his family to get back his stone through the Action Card numbered 99 (the most precious card in the whole set of choco chips.) According to the plan of Action Mask and Ririko, they make Shin-chan's family to move to a beach so they can make them travel to the parallel world so they could help th

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Petrovsky Stadium

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Petrovsky Stadium

The Petrovsky Stadium (Russian: стадион «Петровский») is on a sports complex that consists of a number of buildings, the stadium is used mostly for football and also for athletics. It was the home of FC Zenit and FC Tosno. The complex also contains another football stadium, Minor Sport Arena (MSA). MSA of Petrovsky in 2008 was used by several teams that compete in lower professional leagues: FC Dynamo Saint Petersburg, FC Zenit-2 Saint Petersburg, and FC Sever Murmansk. The whole complex is located on the Petrograd side in central St. Petersburg on Petrovsky Island, an island in the Malaya Neva River connected to the adjacent Krestovsky and Petrogradsky islands through bridges. Capacity The Grand Sport Arena of the Petrovsky Sport Complex currently has a capacity of 21,405 people. History The first stadium at this location was designed by Czech architect Aloise Wejwoda and was built in 1924 - 1925. During World War II the stadium was completely destroyed. In 1957 - 1961 it was completely rebuilt by archi

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Tourism in El Salvador

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Tourism in El Salvador

Moncagua, San Miguel. El Salvador has surf tourism due to large waves from the Pacific Ocean. Alegría Lake "The Emerald of America". Lake Coatepeque in the west of the country The San Miguel (volcano) during the eruption of December 29, 2013. Tourism accounts for a large part of El Salvador's economy. It offers many natural attractions including, beaches, a mild tropical climate and lush landscapes. It also offers an important archaeological and ecological heritage, with colonial and pre-Columbian vestiges, and national reserves. El Salvador also has an exceptional potential in the field of cultural tourism, with over 2,000 known archaeological sites, samples of Maya and Olmec cultures, mainly. They stand out for their importance the archaeological remains of the Pyramids of San Andrés, Joya de Cerén, Cihuatán, Quelepa, Tazumal and Tehuacán. While tourism is an activity that exploded few over the past two decades due to political instability in times of civil war, after the Peace Accords, signe

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Kawagoe Hikawa Festival

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Kawagoe Hikawa Festival

The Kawagoe Festival, officially named the Kawagoe Hikawa Festival (川越氷川祭 Kawagoe Hikawa Matsuri) is a traditional Japanese festival held annually on the third weekend of October in Kawagoe City, Saitama Prefecture. It is Kawagoe's biggest event and the festival has more than a 360-year history. It attracts around one million tourists during the two days. The grand pageant of the festival takes place in the castle town of Kawagoe including in the old storehouse zone called Kurazukuri Zone. In 2005, the festival was designated as a National Important Intangible Folk Cultural Property under the title of "Kawagoe Hikawa Festival Float Event"[1], and in 2016, the festival was put on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list as one of the "Yama, Hoko, Yatai, Float Festivals in Japan".[2] Highlights The biggest highlight of Kawagoe Festival is "Hikkawase", or musical battles among floats. About 50 members of different neighborhoods put their respective festival floats as they walk through the down town distri

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Episcopal Conference of Cameroon

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Episcopal Conference of Cameroon

The bishops of Cameroon are the National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (French: Episcopal Conférence Nationale du Cameroun, CENC). The origins date back to the missionaries of the Episcopal Conference. In fact, the missionaries were the first to Pallottines feel the need to meet to discuss issues related to the evangelization of the country. The CENC is a member of the Association of Regional Conferences of the Region of Central Africa and Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM). History In September 1906 in Douala gathered vicars apostolic and missionary in Cameroon than in a missionary synod, which was repeated at the beginning of 1914. The First World War and the expulsion of the German missionaries from the country, the outlook changed. In fact the mission in Cameroon, after the world war, was divided in two: the missions depended Anglophone Nigeria, while the Francophone Central Africa. In June 1949, held in Yaounde, the first plenary lecture of the Ordinaries of the miss

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Iranian medical library and information science association

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Iranian medical library and information science association

In August 1992 a workshop was established by World Health Organization and the investigation deputy of health and treatment ministry as well as medicinal education, the objective was to introduce “Iran’s health and biomedicine information plan” to the librarians of medical sciences. A comprehensive report was prepared and given to the investigation deputy of the health ministry. Objectives of the plan enforcement in Iran was described in details, it included 25 recommendations. There was a recommendation to establish the librarians’ scientific society and medical information center, the recommendation has been approved by the concerning authorities and the librarians at the meeting held on 16 August 1992, the librarians established a committee at the deputy investigation center of the ministry. Then the established committee began their jobs. The committee members began their activities as the society founders. They composed the concerning charter including 32 clauses and 18 proviso, the expertise views wer

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Project Republic of Sardinia

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Project Republic of Sardinia

Project Republic of Sardinia (Sardinian: Progetu Repùblica de Sardigna, ProgReS) is a separatist[1] political party in Sardinia, founded in January 2011 following a split from Independence Republic of Sardinia (iRS). The party's current secretary is Gianluca Collu, while Carla Carcangiu and Sebastian Madau serve as its presidents. History In January 2011, after a struggle with Gavino Sale, president of iRS, the faction led by former leader Ornella Demuru, including iRS founding members Frantziscu Sanna and Franciscu Sedda, decided to leave the party and launch a "Republican Constituent Assembly" (Sa Costituente Repubricana).[2][3] In February the new party took the name of Project Republic of Sardinia (ProgReS) and Bobore Bussa was elected as provisional leader.[4][5] The party made its first electoral appearance in May 2011 at the municipal elections in Cagliari and Olbia by filing candidates for mayor (Demuru in Cagliari and Gianmaria Bellu in Olbia) and for the city councils. In both cases ProgReS mayo

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Substitution table

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Substitution table

A substitution table is used while teaching structures of English to students. H.E. Palmer defines a substitution table as "a process by which any model sentence may be multiplied indefinitely by substituting for any of its words or word-groups, including others of the same grammatical family and within certain semantic limits". Procedure for preparation Language components to be taught must be used in a grammatically correct model sentence. Simple structures or language components must be the ones taught in initial stages, with only one item covered at a time. A word, phrase, idiom, or vocabulary item may be used as a tool. The words of a model sentence are substituted for by other words. The substitution words are of the same grammatical family in which the model sentence is drawn. The components (structure/words) must be simple so that the pupil can easily understand them. Types of Substitution tables Simple Substitution Table Compound Substitution Table Grammatical Substitution Table Perfect Subst

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2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission

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2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission

The 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission is an Australian Royal Commission that concluded on 31 July 2010. It investigated the nature of circumstances surrounding the Black Saturday bushfires.[1] Preceding events Premier John Brumby announced a Royal Commission into the fires to examine "all aspects of the government's bushfire strategy",[2][3] including whether climate change contributed to the severity of the fires. On 13 February 2009 Brumby announced that Justice Bernard Teague, former judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria, would chair the Commission, to be assisted by two other Commissioners.[4] On 16 February, the assistant Commissioners were appointed: Ron McLeod, former Commonwealth Ombudsman and the head of an inquiry concerning the 2003 Canberra bushfires; and Susan Pascoe, the Commissioner of the State Services Authority.[5] The Commission was given very broad terms of reference, with Premier Brumby saying that the Commission would be "[t]he most open inquiry that is possible. No stone unt

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Government High School (GHS) Limbe

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Government High School (GHS) Limbe

Government High School (GHS) Limbe is a secondary/high grammar school in Limbe, Fako, South West Region, Cameroon, located along the Mile 4 - Idenau Road, adjacent to Government Billingual Hgh School Limbe (GBHS). Its motto is "Laborare et Servire" (in Latin). It is called the School of Reference because it sets the pace for other schools to follow. It is known for producing excellent results in the GCE Ordinary and Advanced levels. See also Government Bilingual High School Limbe National Comprehensive High School Saker Baptist College Education in Cameroon References

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Department for the Economy

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Department for the Economy

mýty The Department for the Economy (DfE, Irish: An Roinn Geilleagair[3]) is a devolved Northern Ireland government department in the Northern Ireland Executive. The minister with overall responsibility for the department is the Minister for the Economy. DfE was renamed in 2016; it was previously called the Department for Enterprise, Trade and Investment. Aim DfE's overall aim is to "promote the development of a globally competitive economy." Its stated objective is to "encourage the development of a high value added, innovative, enterprising and competitive economy, leading to greater wealth creation and job opportunities for all."[4] The position is currently vacant[5]Je Responsibilities The department is responsible for the following policy areas:[6] company registration (prior to commencement of the Companies Act 2006 on 1 October 2009)[7] consumer affairs economic policy development energy health and safety at work insolvency mineral development tourism Some economic matters are reserv

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Harmor

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Harmor

Harmor is a software synth created by Image-Line Software for the music production program FL Studio. It is available as a demo version within the software; however, it must be purchased separately in order to save projects that contain Harmor channels. Harmor is an upgraded and more elaborate version of its predecessor, Harmless. It was originally released with a 32-bit engine, and upgraded to a 64-bit engine in 2013. Features Additive synthesis engine Harmor is powered by an additive synthesis engine, similar to Image Line’s synthesizer Morphine.[1] Harmor’s engine differs in that it sums its component partials later in the signal chain than most additive synthesis engines, even past the filter stage. This creates a more particular sound when its partials are summed. This is especially true when its partials are altered through the filter stage or other effects. A more evolving and changing sound can be achieved due to this delayed summation of partials. Harmor also uses subtractive synthesis equally as e

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Abidjan Ivory Coast Temple

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Abidjan Ivory Coast Temple

The Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire Temple is a temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) under construction. The intent to construct the temple was announced by church president Thomas S. Monson on April 5, 2015, during the Sunday morning session of the church's general conference.[4] The Bangkok Thailand and Port-au-Prince Haiti temples were announced at the same time. On November 8, 2018, a groundbreaking ceremony to signify the beginning of construction took place, with Neil L. Andersen presiding.[2][3] Marcus B. Nash and Edward Dube, general authority seventies, and Daniel Kablan Duncan the country's vice president and former prime minister of the Ivory Coast also participated in the groundbreaking. See also Comparison of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints List of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints List of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by geographic region Temple architecture (Latter-day Saints) Refer

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Parametricism

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Parametricism

Parametricism is a style within contemporary avant-garde architecture, promoted as a successor to post-modern architecture and modern architecture. The term was coined in 2008 by Patrik Schumacher, an architectural partner of Zaha Hadid (1950-2016). [1] Parametricism has its origin in parametric design, which is based on the constraints in a parametric equation.[2] Parametricism relies on programs, algorithms, and computers to manipulate equations for design purposes. Aspects of parametricism have been used in urban design, architectural design, interior design and furniture design. Proponents of parametricism have declared that one of the defining features is that "Parametricism implies that all elements of the design become parametrically variable and mutually adaptive."[3] According to Schumacher, parametricism is an autopoiesis, or a self-referential system, in which all the elements are interlinked and an outside influence that changes one alters all the others."[4] Parametricism rejects both homogeniz

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Neuromimetic intelligence

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Neuromimetic intelligence

Neuromimetic intelligence, also referred to as, computational neuroscience, is a system in which computational models methods apply underlying concepts of neural processes. The framework of this approach closely refers to the study of perception, action, learning, memory and cognition within Neuroscience. Analyzing the brain at the neural level, for example, provides an enhanced understanding of how information flow can be conveyed and exchanged within the mechanisms of a computer in an adaptive, integrated, unified, and autonomous manner. This example demonstrates the application of neuroscience at the microscopic level among computational dynamics. Computational neuroscience is not limited to microscopic levels with regard to biology. Parallels along microscopic and macroscopic levels of biological applications also exist. For example, the dynamic neural field within the brain that corresponds to processes such as filtering, associating, and organizing is implemented to computational structures to execute

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St Albans City and District Council election, 2015

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St Albans City and District Council election, 2015

2015 local election results in St Albans The 2015 St Albans City and District Council election took place on 7 May 2015 to elect members of St Albans City and District Council in England.[1] This was on the same day as other local elections. Ward results[2] Ashley Ashley Party Candidate Votes % ± Liberal Democrat Mohammad Zia 1,306 29.5 -13.0 Labour Anne Lyons 1,248 28.2 +0.5 Conservative Emre Kaya 1,193 27.0 +13.0 Green Robert Whitford 360 8.1 +1.5 UKIP Charles Mason 313 7.0 -2.2 Majority 58 1.3 -13.5 Turnout 4,420 74.8 +28.8 Liberal Democrat hold Swing Batchwood Batchwood Party Candidate Votes % ± Conservative Timothy Smith 1,368 33.8 +11.5 Labour Martin Leach 1,348 33.3 -15.9 Liberal Democrat Elizabeth Needham 654 16.2 +6.7 UKIP Matthew Dovey 378 9.3 -2.5 Green Lee Evans 300 7.4 -0.3 Majority 20 0.5 -26.4 Turnout 4,048 73.8 +32.3 Conservativ

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Canada–United States trade relations

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Canada–United States trade relations

The trade relationship of the United States with Canada was the second largest in the world after China and the United States. In 2016, the goods and services trade between the two countries totaled $627.8 billion. U.S. exports were $320.1 billion, while imports were $307.6 billion. The United States has a $12.5 billion trade surplus with Canada in 2016.[1] Canada has historically held a trade deficit with the United States in every year since 1985 in net trade of goods, excluding services.[2] The trade relationship between the two countries crosses all industries and is vitally important to both nations' success as each country is one of the largest trade partners of the other. The trade across Ambassador Bridge, between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan, alone is equal to all trade between the United States and Japan.[3][4] Before NAFTA Canadian politicians have debated free trade since 1866.. Trade with the United States was the main topic in the 1911 Canadian Federal Election, where it was propose

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Eleanor F. Helin

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Eleanor F. Helin

Minor planets discovered: 903 [1] see § List of discovered minor planets Eleanor Francis "Glo" Helin (née Francis,[2] 19 November 1932 – 25 January 2009) was an American astronomer. She was principal investigator of the Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking (NEAT) program of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.[3][4][5] (Some sources give her name as Eleanor Kay Helin.) She retired in 2002, and then died in 2009, at 76 years old. Helin is a prolific discoverer of minor planets (see list) and several comets, including periodic comets 111P/Helin–Roman–Crockett, 117P/Helin–Roman–Alu and 132P/Helin–Roman–Alu. She is credited as the discoverer of the object now known as both asteroid 4015 Wilson–Harrington and comet 107P/Wilson–Harrington. Although Wilson and Harrington preceded her by some decades, their observations did not establish an orbit for the object, while her rediscovery did. Helin discovered or co-discovered 872 asteroids and several comets.[6] Professional life Helin was active in planetary science and ast

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Ye Hai Mohabbatein

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Ye Hai Mohabbatein

Yeh Hai Mohabbatein (lit. This is Love)[1] is an Indian drama television series which premiered on 3 December 2013 on StarPlus.[2] Created by Ekta Kapoor, it is produced under Balaji Telefilms.[3] The show stars Divyanka Tripathi and Karan Patel. The story is partially based on Manju Kapur's novel, Custody.[4] Set in Delhi, the show follows the love story of Tamil dentist Dr. Ishita Iyer and Punjabi CEO Raman Bhalla.[5][6] Ishita and Raman's daughter, Ruhi become emotionally attached to each other. Due to circumstances, Raman and Ishita marry each other later fall in love.[7] In July 2019, Karan Patel quit the show and was replaced by Chaitanya Choudhry.[8] Plot Ishita Iyer and Raman Bhalla are two people from different cultures who are brought together by Raman's daughter Ruhi Bhalla. Tamil dentist Ishita lyer and Punjabi businessman Raman Bhalla live in Delhi. Ishita, who is infertile, forms a motherly bond with Raman's daughter, Ruhi who was abandoned by his former wife, Shagun Arora. Gradually, Ishit

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The Rwandan Air Force (French: Force aérienne rwandaise) is an air branch of the Rwandan Defence Forces. History After achieving independence in 1962, the air arm was formed with Belgian help. By 1972 the first modern equipment started to arrive in the form of seven Alouette IIIs. Other deliveries included Republic F-84F Thunderstreaks, SA 342L Gazelles, Britten-Norman Islanders, Nord Noratlas, SOCATA Guerrier armed light planes and AS 350B Ecureuils. After fighting began between the RPA and the government in 1990 most aircraft were shot down, destroyed on the ground or crashed. Few survived. Current inventory A Rwandan Air Force Mil Mi-17 Aircraft Origin Type Variant In service Notes Transport Diamond DA42 Austria transport 2[1] Helicopters Mil Mi-17 Russia utility 12[1] Mil Mi-24 Russia attack 5[1] Aérospatiale Gazelle France utility 342 4[1] References "World Air Forces 2019". Flightglobal Insight. 2019. Retrieved 12 May 2019. Ext

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Pardon My French (collective)

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Pardon My French (collective)

Pardon My French is a collective of four French DJs composed of DJ Snake, Tchami, Mercer and Malaa[1] created in 2015. The goal of this collective is to promote electronic music in the world, but also to bring together French artists to share their passion for music. Members DJ Snake DJ Snake released his 1st album on August 5, 2016 and went platinum in less than a month. He headlined the Olympia in February 2016, then the Zenith on November 25, 2016, and the AccorHotels Arena on February 24, 2018. He says: Pardon My French, this is a concept we created with our team, which is to promote French electronic music around the world, without real headache , without format, without code, just really in order to please and make the audience smack. [2] Tchami Tchami released his single After Life , from his first EP of the same name, on December 22, 2015. At the end of the year, he founded the label Confession. Tchami stood out by creating many remixes and original productions that put him in the DJ Mag Top 10

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The Kingdom (miniseries)

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The Kingdom (miniseries)

The Kingdom (Danish title: Riget) is an eight-episode Danish television mini-series, created by Lars von Trier in 1994, and co-directed by Lars von Trier and Morten Arnfred. It has been edited together into a five-hour film for distribution in the United Kingdom and United States. The series is set in the neurosurgical ward of Copenhagen's Rigshospitalet, the city and country's main hospital, nicknamed "Riget". "Riget" means "the realm" or "the kingdom", and leads one to think of "dødsriget", the realm of the dead. The show follows a number of characters, both staff and patients, as they encounter bizarre phenomena, both human and supernatural. The show is notable for its wry humor, its muted sepia colour scheme, and the appearance of a chorus of dishwashers with Down syndrome who discuss in intimate detail the strange occurrences in the hospital. The first quartet of episodes ended with numerous questions unanswered, and in 1997, the cast reassembled to produce another group of four episodes, Riget II (The

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First Lady of Russia

First Lady of the Russian Federation is the unofficial title given to the wife of the President of Russia. The post is highly ceremonial. The First Lady position is currently vacant, since the divorce of the incumbent President Vladimir Putin and Lyudmila Putina. First Ladies of Russia No. Portrait Name Marriage Period President 1 Naina Yeltsina(née Girina)Born: 14 March 1932 28 September 1956 12 July 1991 – 31 December 1999 [a] Boris Yeltsin Vacant, Lyudmila Putina as wife of the Acting President Vladimir Putin 2 Lyudmila Putina(née Shkrebneva)Born: 6 January 1958 28 July 1983[1] 7 May 2000 – 7 May 2008 Vladimir Putin 3 Svetlana Medvedeva(née Linnik)Born: 15 March 1965 24 December 1993[2] 7 May 2008 – 7 May 2012 Dmitry Medvedev 4 Lyudmila Putina(née Shkrebneva)Born: 6 January 1958 28 July 1983 7 May 2012 – 6 June 2013[3] Vladimir Putin - Vacant 6 June 2013 – present References Lyudmila Shkrebneva (Putina) - Rodovid Biography of Svetla

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Saratoga Springs Utah Temple

The Saratoga Springs Utah Temple is an announced temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to be constructed in Saratoga Springs, Utah. The intent to construct the temple was announced by church president Thomas S. Monson on April 2, 2017, during the 187th annual general conference.[2] When completed, it will be the 18th temple in Utah.[3] On May 7, 2019, the church announced preliminary information on the temple's anticipated location and size.[4][5] See also Comparison of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints List of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints List of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by geographic region Temple architecture (Latter-day Saints) References "President Monson Announces Five New Temples: Mormon temples to be built in South America, Africa, Philippines and US". Newsroom. LDS Church. 2 April 2017. "Saratoga Springs Utah Temple". churchofjesuschristtemples.org. Retrieved 2018-04-01. "Li

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Honky Tonk Women

"Honky Tonk Women" is a 1969 hit song by the Rolling Stones. It was a single-only release, available from 4 July 1969 in the United Kingdom, and a week later in the United States (although a country version called "Country Honk" was later included on the album Let It Bleed). It topped the charts in both nations.[3] Inspiration and recording The song was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards while on holiday in Brazil from late December 1968 to early January 1969, inspired by Brazilian "caipiras" (inhabitants of rural, remote areas of parts of Brazil) at the ranch where Jagger and Richards were staying in Matão, São Paulo.[4] Two versions of the song were recorded by the band: the familiar hit which appeared on the 45 single and their collection of late 1960s singles, Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2); and a honky-tonk version entitled "Country Honk" with slightly different lyrics, which appeared on Let It Bleed (1969). Thematically, a "honky tonk woman" refers to a dancing girl in a western ba

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Richard Phelps (artist)

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Richard Phelps (artist)

Richard Phelps, Self-portrait, 1771, charcoal, National Portrait Gallery, London Sir Thomas Dyke Acland (1752–1794), 9th Baronet, as a Boy, c.1760, Killerton, National Trust Richard Phelps (1710–1785) was an 18th-century English portrait painter and designer. He painted portraits of gentry, a number of which are in the National Trust, Dunster Castle, University of Oxford, National Portrait Gallery, London, and other museums. The British Museum has an album of 312 of his drawings. Phelps was also a landscape designer, who was hired by Henry Fownes Luttrell to update the grounds of Dunster Castle. Personal life Richard Phelps was from Porlock and married to a woman named Mary. She died on 30 May 1753 and he died 12 July 1785. The couple and other family members are on a brass in Porlock Church.[1][2]:349 He had land holdings in Porlock, not far from his friend Coplestone Warre Bampfylde's estate, Hestercombe House.[3] The Phelps family appeared in Porlock during Elizabeth I's reign (1558-1603),[2]:22

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Primeval (TV series)

Primeval is a British science-fiction drama television programme produced for ITV by Impossible Pictures. Created by Adrian Hodges and Tim Haines, who previously created the Walking with... documentary series, Primeval follows a team of scientists tasked with investigating the appearance of temporal anomalies across the United Kingdom through which prehistoric and futuristic creatures enter the present, as well as trying to stop the end of the world. First broadcast in the UK on 10 February 2007, it has since expanded to an international audience. Overall reception of the programme was positive during the first and second series, maintaining a 25% audience share in the United Kingdom during both series. It also received a generally positive reaction from American critics prior to its broadcast on BBC America from 9 August 2008. The third series was broadcast from 28 March 2009 in the UK and 16 May 2009 in the US. Series four and five were produced in collaboration between ITV, BBC Worldwide, Watch, Impossib

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Bhujakhia Pir

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Bhujakhia Pir

Bhujakhia Pir(named as Hajrat Swale Mohammad). Situated at Sunhat at the heart of the city is the tomb of Sufi saint Aasthana Sharif Hazrat Pir named as Hajrat Swale Mohammad better known as Bhujakhia Pir. The shrine of Baba Bhujakhira Pir of Balasore stands as a symbol of harmony between Muslim and Hindu. During the occasion of Urs, a crowd gathers at the shrine comprising both Hindu and Muslims. This is an age-old tradition. The legend tells that Hajrat Swale Mohammad, named afterwards as ‘Bhujakhia Pir’ had come to Orissa in the 16th century and devoted himself to the service of mankind, especially to the service of Cholera victims. The Pir was much fond of ‘Bhuja’ (Puffed rice), and he is remembered as Bhujakhia Pir. Since after his demise also he is remembered with respect and the shrine remained as place of worship for both communities since centuries. He also has an elder brother named as Ahmed Shah Baba who is better known as Bada astana. Before the urs of Hajrat swale Mohammad the urs of Ahmed shah

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Junaid Sheikh

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Junaid Sheikh

Junaid Sheikh (born 31 July 1984) is an Indian film actor and an international model of Kashmiri descent.[1][2] Since 2010, Junaid has starred in many commercially successful films in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam as an Antagonist. His athletic and muscular physique has made him a natural choice for villainous roles. Juniad's acting talent completely justify the critical responsibility. He easily looks every bit a standard Bollywood bad guy with a character, intriguing and engaging the film fans quite easily.[1] Early life and education Junaid was born in Jammu, to entrepreneurs Sheikh Riyaz Ahmed and Shamas Ul Nissa. His high schooling was in Presentation Convent High School at Jammu. He graduated in Information Technology from Manipal University. After that, he took his masters in Business Administration(MBA) in International Business from Arizona. Career Modeling He started as an international model and later walked ramps with designers of International repute. South India’s leading fashion designer Ha

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Scratch Live

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Scratch Live

Scratch Live is a vinyl emulation software application created by New Zealand based Serato Audio Research, distributed by and licensed exclusively to Rane Corporation. Serato was first known for its Pro Tools plug-in, Pitch N Time, which was sold predominantly to the film industry.[1] Scratch Live allows manipulation and playback of digital audio files using traditional vinyl turntables or CD players via special timecode vinyl records or CDs. The product is discontinued and has been replaced by Serato DJ. Video-SL In 2008, Serato released the first major plugin for Scratch Live, Video-SL. It allows the playback of video files in similar fashion to audio files. Users can apply effects in real time and mix between video independently of audio. A demo copy can be installed and used but a watermark is displayed on the main output screen. Activation is done via a serial number. Video-SL was later replaced by a new designed video plugin called "Serato Video". Custom hardware Scratch Live currently works in

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Loch Broom

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Loch Broom

Loch Broom (Scottish Gaelic: Lochbraon, "loch of rain showers")[1][2] is a sea loch located in northwestern Ross and Cromarty, in the former parish of Lochbroom, on the west coast of Scotland. The small town of Ullapool lies on the eastern shore of the loch. Little Loch Broom Its sister loch, Little Loch Broom (Scottish Gaelic: An Loch Beag, "the little loch"), lies just to the west, at the foot of An Teallach and opening into the Minch. The village of Dundonnell is located at the mouth of the loch, linked by the A832 coast road to Camusnagaul on the eastern shore, midway up the loch, and Badcaul further north. The loch is an important wildlife habitat, and a population of cormorants often bask on the rocks jutting out of the water. Geography Loch Broom Loch Broom is fed by the River Broom which rises in the Dirrie mountains, issuing from two lochs: Loch Bhraoin and Loch Droma. Loch Broom feeds the River Cuileig, which is joined by the Allt Breabaig stream that rises in Sgùrr Breac to the south. Loch Drom

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Kit and Kate

Kit and Kate (stylised as Kit ^n^ Kate; Russian: Котики, вперёд!) is a Russian series of animated shorts produced by Russian company Toonbox (whose animation studio and office were later respectively relocated to Cyprus[1][2]). In Australia and New Zealand, the series was broadcast on Disney Channel. Plot The cat siblings Kit and Kate, wondering what to play for the day, get inside a box and discover an item. The siblings then get out of the box and go on an 'adventure' related to the item. However, their 'adventure' often ends in a bad result because of a behaviour of either Kit, Kate or both. Then, either the sibling's mother or father appears, disguised as someone passing by, listens to the siblings, and gives some advice. The siblings, already recognising their parent, thank the parent, and go on their 'adventure' again from the beginning, but doing some things differently as advised, this time ends in a success. Characters Kit (Russian: Котя) Kate (Russian: Катя) Mom (Russian: Мама) Dad (Rus

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Civil rights movement (1896–1954)

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Civil rights movement (1896–1954)

The civil rights movement (1896–1954) was a long, primarily nonviolent series of events to bring full civil rights and equality under the law to all Americans. The era has had a lasting impact on United States society, in its tactics, the increased social and legal acceptance of civil rights, and in its exposure of the prevalence and cost of racism. Two United States Supreme Court decisions—Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 U.S. 537 (1896), which upheld "separate but equal" racial segregation as constitutional doctrine, and Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U.S. 483 (1954) which overturned Plessy—serve as milestones. This was an era of new beginnings, in which some movements, such as Marcus Garvey's Universal Negro Improvement Association, were very successful but left little lasting legacy, while others, such as the NAACP's painstaking legal assault on state-sponsored segregation, achieved modest results in its early years but made steady progress on voter rights and gradually built to a key victory in Brown v. Board

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Bharthari (king)

Bharthari, also known as "Sant" Bharthari, in many parts of India, is the hero of many folk stories in North India. He was the ruler of Ujjain, before renouncing the world and abdicating in the favor of his younger brother Vikramaditya. Stories of Bharthari and his nephew King Gopi Chand of Bengal, who are considered Nath panth yogis, abound in the Indian folklore of Punjab, Haryana, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal.[1] Many of the details about the lives of Bharthari and his brother Vikramaditya are from the tales of Baital Pachisi (Twenty five tales of Baital), translated as 'Vikram and The Vampire' by Sir Richard Francis Burton in 1870. Folklore Bhartari was the elder son of King Gandharva-Sena, and received the kingdom of Ujjain from The celestial god Indra and the King of Dhara.[2][3] When Bhartrhari was king of 'Ujjayani' (modern day Ujjain) in his state there lived a Brahman who after years of austerities was given the fruit of immortality from the celestial tree of Kalpavriksha.

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List of art installations by Ilya Kabakov (1983-2000)

Ilya Kabakov completed 155 installations between 1983–2000, which were installed around the world. Installations The series of albums Ten Characters (1972–1975) helped formulate much of Kabakov's later work. In the albums he offers the viewer a narrative of a fictional character, which, in 1983, he began to transform into complete immersive experiences. List 1. The Ant, 1983; 2. Little White Men, 1983; 3. The Fly with Wings, 1984; 4. 16 Ropes, 1984; 5. Intellectual Screens, 1985; 6. Ten Albums, 1985; 7. The Rope of Life, 1985; 8. The Rope Along the Edge, 1985; 9. The Man Who Flew Into Space From His Apartment, 1985; 10. The Ship, 1985; 11. The Underground Golden River, 1985; 12. Concert for a Fly (Chamber Music), 1986; 13. Box with Garbage, 1986; 14. Before Supper, 1988; 15. Ten Characters, 1988; 16. The Man Who Flew into His Picture, 1988; 17. The Untalented Artist, 1988; 18. The Short Man, 1988; 19. The Composer, 1988; 20. The Collector, 1988; 21. The Man Who Never Threw Anything Away (The Garbage Man),

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Gentian Zenelaj

Gentian Zenelaj (born 13 August 1977) is an Albanian actor and comedian mostly known by his appearance in Portokalli (2004-2007) and in Apartment 2XL (2008–2013). He began his career in 2004 in the show Portokalli with the group ShBLSh, when this group was the most preferred sketch in all shows. After 4 season in Portokalli the group ShBLSh broke up and anyone go in their procupetions. After three seasons on Apartment 2XL, the show was canceled, but with the same actors the producer and TV broadcaster created the Sketch Show Albania. Sketch Show aired for two seasons, but this show not succeed. Then the show changed again on Apartment 2XL and now is airing his sixth season. Filmography Gentian Zenelaj is known for playing in movies. Two movies that he played are Gjalle! (English. Alive!) (2009), and Koha e Kometes (English. Time of the Comet) (2008).[1] References Klan - 493-499 p110 2007 "... vazhdojnë të mbeten rolet e policit (Florian Binaj),"The Shblsh" (Ermal Mamaqi, Julian Deda dhe Gentian Zenela

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Leonid Chernovetskyi

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Leonid Chernovetskyi

Leonid Mykhaylovych Chernovetskyi (Ukrainian: Леонід Михайлович Черновецький; born November 25, 1951 in Kharkiv, Ukrainian SSR) is a former Mayor of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, from 2006 until the summer of 2012.[2][6] He was a successful businessman, founder and controlling stakeholder of the Pravex Group and Pravex Bank, one of the largest banks in Ukraine. Since the appointment by President Viktor Yanukovych of Oleksandr Popov as Head of Kiev City State Administration on 16 November 2010, replacing Chernovetskyi, Chernovetskyi was deprived of any real decision-making role in Kiev.[7][8][9] He tendered his resignation on 1 June 2012.[3] After this resignation Chernovetsky and his family moved to the Georgian town Kobuleti and he has Georgian citizenship[4][10] Early life Chernovetskyi quit school when he was 14 and went to work as a fitter at an aviation factory, but soon returned to resume his education, graduating from the Kharkiv public school #4. From 1970 until 1972, Chernovetsky served his milita

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Jalari

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Jalari

Jalari is one of the villages in Nadaun of Hamirpur, India. Geography Jalari is located 3.1 km from its Mandal main town Nadaun. Jalari is 16.8 km from its District Main City Hamirpur. It is 106 km from its State Main City Shimla. Nearby villages are Bela (2.7 km), Nadaun (3.1 km), Lahar Kotlu (3.4 km), Bhumpal (3.4 km), Karaur (4 km). Nearest towns are Nadaun (3.1 km), Tira Sujanpur (15.4 km), Hamirpur (22.6 km), Bamson (23.1 km). Amlehar, Badaran, Badhera, Balduhak, Bara, Basaral are the villages along with village in the same Nadaun Mandal Postal Pin is '177042' and other villages in Post Office (177042) are Batran, Ghaloon, Jalari, Batrahan, and Maloonda. Education Schools near by Jalari KOTLA-KALLAR GMS CHILLIAN Bhagvati Public School,Jalari [1] Govt. Senior Secondary School Graduate Colleges near by Jalari DAWARKA DASS MEMORIAL Sai College of Education SHRI SAI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Sidharth Government Degree College Nadaun, Himachal Pradesh.[2] References Bhagvati Public School

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Mnozil Brass

Mnozil Brass is an Austrian brass septet. They play classical, jazz and other styles of music using traditional brass instruments and more unusual instruments such as the customized rotary valved trumpet and bass trumpet. Music is presented with a typical Austrian style of humour, which can be approximately characterized as "jet black" and "here and there" absurd.[1] Elements of slapstick exist next to virtuosic brass playing. They have also been dubbed "The Monty Python of the musical world". Austrian and German schlager songs of the 20th century are often caricatured. History All founding members were graduates of the renowned Vienna College of Music, who met while playing at the Mnozil pub in Vienna's first inner city district. The band was founded in 1992 although the first official outing was in 1993. Former member Sebastian Fuchsberger was a great talent in imitating, for example, Johannes Heesters and Udo Jürgens. Mnozil Brass is able to convince the audience that playing music is not just serious b

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Dronamraju Satyanarayana

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Dronamraju Satyanarayana

Dronamraju Satyanarayana (19 December 1933 - 2006) was an Indian politician and member of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in Indian Parliament. Satyanarayana was born on 19 December 1933. His father was Appala Narasihmam. He was elected to the 6th Lok Sabha from Visakhapatnam as a member of Indian National Congress (INC) in 1977. He was elected to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 1980 and was Vice-President, Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee between 1987-94. He served for two session as a member of the Rajya Sabha, between 1988–94 and 1994-2000. He was the author of Gramodyog a history of village administration. His son Dronamjaju Srinivas Rao is also an INC politician. External links Biodata of Dronamraju Satyanarayana at Rajya Sabha website.

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