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List of songs recorded by the Beatles

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List of songs recorded by the Beatles

The following is a table of songs recorded by the Beatles. While Bill Wyman of Vulture.com lists a set 213 Beatles compositions[1], there are a total of 305 songs listed on this page, with 69 of them being cover songs and 236 being original compositions. The columns Title, Year, and Album debut list each song title, the year in which the song was recorded, and album(s) on which the song originally appeared – including original compilations such as A Collection of Beatles Oldies, the red and blue albums, and so on.[2] Album debuts pertain only to the EMI-related Parlophone (UK), Capitol (US) and Apple (UK and US) releases. Titles with one album debut entity simply means that they appear on both UK and US versions of that album (The UK and US versions of Rarities are listed separately as they are completely unrelated) The tracks from Magical Mystery Tour are shown as a single entity. Although originally released in the UK as a double-EP which only includes the tracks from the film, the 11-track US album wa ...more...

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Nokia E50

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Nokia E50

Nokia E50 in hand Nokia E50 Metal Black The Nokia E50 Business Device is a bar-style monoblock quad-band smartphone from Nokia announced 18 May 2006[1] as part of the Eseries, intended primarily for the corporate business market. It includes sophisticated e-mail support for Nokia’s Intellisync Wireless Email, BlackBerry Connect, Visto Mobile, Activesync Mail for Exchange, Altexia as well as IMAP4. It also has the ability to view Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel attachments, and PDF documents but it cannot be used for editing these without additional apps. An application manager downloads, removes and installs both Nokia and third-party applications. Device to device synchronization is possible with Data transfer application. Features include EDGE, Bluetooth 2.0, a 1,280 × 960 pixels (1.3-megapixel) camera, a MicroSD memory-card slot, and digital music and video player functionality through RealPlayer and Flash Player. This unit does not support UMTS, Wi-Fi, or FM radio. It uses the third edition of ...more...

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Royal Tank Regiment

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Royal Tank Regiment

The Royal Tank Regiment (RTR) is the oldest tank unit in the world, being formed by the British Army in 1916 during the Great War.[1] Today, it is the armoured regiment of the British Army's 1st Armoured Infantry Brigade. Formerly known as the Tank Corps and the Royal Tank Corps, it is part of the Royal Armoured Corps. History First World War The formation of the Royal Tank Regiment followed the invention of the tank. Tanks were first used at the Battle of Flers–Courcelette in September 1916 during the Battle of the Somme in the First World War.[2] They were at first considered artillery, and crews received artillery pay.[3] At that time the six tank companies were grouped as the Heavy Section of the Machine Gun Corps (MGC). In November 1916 the eight companies then in existence were each expanded to form battalions (still identified by the letters A to H) and designated the Heavy Branch MGC; another seven battalions, I to O, were formed by January 1918, when all the battalion were changed to numbered unit ...more...

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Bill Bixby

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Bill Bixby

Wilfred Bailey Everett "Bill" Bixby III (January 22, 1934 − November 21, 1993)[1] was an American actor, director, producer, and frequent game-show panelist. His career spanned more than three decades, including appearances on stage, in films, and on television series. He is known for his roles as Tim O'Hara on the CBS sitcom My Favorite Martian, Tom Corbett on the ABC sitcom The Courtship of Eddie's Father, and stage illusionist Anthony Blake in the NBC crime drama series The Magician, but is perhaps best known for his role as scientist Dr. David Banner on the CBS science-fiction drama series The Incredible Hulk.[2][3] Early life An only child, Bixby was born Wilfred Bailey Everett Bixby III, a fourth-generation Californian of English descent, on January 22, 1934, in San Francisco, California. His father, Wilfred Everett Bixby II, was a store clerk and his mother, Jane (née McFarland) Bixby, was a senior manager at I. Magnin & Co. In 1942, when Bixby was eight years old, his father enlisted in the Nav ...more...

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Hell, Michigan

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Hell, Michigan

Hell is an unincorporated community in Putnam Township, Livingston County, in the U.S. state of Michigan. The community is near the border with Washtenaw County, about 15 miles (24 km) northwest of Ann Arbor. Hell is three miles (4.8 km) southwest of Pinckney via Patterson Lake Road. The community is served by the Pinckney post office with ZIP Code 48169. History Hell grew up around a sawmill, gristmill, distillery and tavern. All four were operated by George Reeves, who moved to the area in the 1830s from the Catskill Mountains in New York. He purchased a sawmill on what is now known as Hell Creek in 1841. In addition to the sawmill, Reeves purchased 1,000 acres (400 ha) of land surrounding the mill. Reeves then built a gristmill on Hell Creek which was powered by water that was impounded by a small dam across the creek. Farmers in the area were quite successful in growing wheat and had an abundance of grain. Reeves opened a distillery to process the excess grain into whiskey. Reeves also opened a general ...more...

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List of bus companies of the Philippines

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List of bus companies of the Philippines

This is a list of bus companies that are operating in the Philippines. These companies may manufacture buses, build bus coaches and provide public transport bus service. Philippine bus companies Brands and manufacturers One of the Golden Dragon buses operating in the Philippines, with the Partas Transportation Co. Inc. Daewoo Bus – bus manufacturer headquartered in Busan, South Korea Golden Dragon – Chinese joint venture company established in 1992 in developing, manufacturing and selling 5m to 18m long luxury buses and light vans with trade mark of "Golden Dragon" Higer Bus – China's leading exporter of buses and coaches,[1] Hino Motors – Japanese manufacturer of commercial vehicles and diesel engines, including trucks, buses and other vehicles Hyundai Motor Company – South Korean multinational automotive manufacturer Isuzu Motors – Japanese commercial vehicles and diesel engine manufacturing company headquartered in Tokyo. Its principal activity is the production, marketing and sale of Is ...more...

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Piet Oudolf

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Piet Oudolf

Piet Oudolf (Dutch pronunciation: ; born 27 October 1944) is an influential Dutch garden designer, nurseryman and author. He is a leading figure of the "New Perennial" movement, using bold drifts of herbaceous perennials and grasses which are chosen at least as much for their structure as for their flower colour. Design philosophy Segment of planting design for Hauser & Wirth Somerset garden. Working primarily with perennial plant varieties, Oudolf practices a naturalistic approach to gardening. Taking a cue from architectural design, Oudolf prioritizes the seasonal life cycle of a plant over decorative considerations like flower or colour. He focuses primarily on structural characteristics, such as leaf or seed pod shape, present before and after a plant has flowered.[1][2][3] He explains: "A garden is exciting for me when it looks good through the year, not just at one particular time. I want to go outside and for it to be interesting in all weather, in early spring and late autumn."[4] The stabi ...more...

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Dusk!

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Dusk!

Dusk is a monthly subscription television channel. Established in 2009, Dusk is the only adult TV channel in the world aimed at a female audience. Demand for female-oriented adult films, porna or women's erotica has been increasing for many years and is becoming increasingly accepted. Dusk operates believing women have their own fantasies and needs and therefore require a different kind of adult films. By questioning its female users via an online panel, Dusk has become an expert in this area. Dusk is available in The Netherlands on the platforms of Ziggo, UPC Netherlands, CAIW and KPN and broadcasts 24/7. The channel is owned by 2GrapesMedia. Content Dusk offers a mix of mainly adult films and scenes, from all over the world and from a female point of view, and adult films in the genre of feminist pornography. The information provided by the online panel is the main guideline for selection, enabling to stay up to date with tastes, opinions and likes and dislikes regarding adult content for women. Content r ...more...

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List of colleges and universities in Brahmanbaria

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List of colleges and universities in Brahmanbaria

This is a list of colleges and universities in Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh. History Bangladesh education system in brief Brahmanbaria has about 40 colleges and universities. New colleges are opening to meet student demand. Medical Colleges College Name Location Syllabus Brahmanbaria Medical College Brahmanbaria City Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council United Care Institute of Medical Technology Ghatura Faculty of Medicine University of Chittagong and State Medical Faculty Green Health Malek Jobeda Medical College-Proposed Koshba,Brahmanbaria Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council Brahmanbaria Homoeopathic Medical College Brahmanbaria City Bengali Medium National Curriculum Engineering Colleges College Name Location Syllabus Brahmanbaria Polytechnic Engineering Institute Brahmanbaria City Bengali Medium National Curriculum Brahmanbaria Technical College Brahmanbaria City Bengali Medium National Curriculum Ashuganj Industrial School and College Ashuganj ...more...

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List of early settlers of Rhode Island

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List of early settlers of Rhode Island

This is a collection of lists of early settlers (before 1700) in the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. Most of the lists are of the earliest inhabitants of a particular town or area. Indian tribes and leaders Ninigret in 1681 The following people lived in what became the state of Rhode Island prior to Colonial settlement:[1] Wampanoag people lived throughout Plymouth Colony and around Mount Hope Bay (later Bristol, Rhode Island) Massasoit, tribal leader, met the Pilgrims at Plymouth Wamsutta, son of Massasoit, became tribal leader upon father's death but died shortly thereafter Metacomet, son of Massasoit, succeeded his brother as tribal leader; given English name of King Philip; instigated King Philip's War Narragansett people lived throughout the Rhode Island colony Canonicus, chief sachem, deeded land to Roger Williams that became Providence Plantations Miantonomo, nephew of Canonicus, sold Samuel Gorton and others the land that became Warwick, Rhode Island Canonch ...more...

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Madhvacharya

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Madhvacharya

Quotation Reality is twofold: independent and dependent things. The Lord Vishnu is the only independent thing.[4] Madhvācārya (ಮಧ್ವಾಚಾರ್ಯ; Sanskrit pronunciation: ; CE 1238–1317 [5]), sometimes anglicised as Madhva Acharya, and also known as Purna Prajña and Ananda Teertha, was a Hindu philosopher and the chief proponent of the Dvaita (dualism) school of Vedanta.[1][6] Madhva called his philosophy Tatvavāda meaning "arguments from a realist viewpoint".[6] Madhvācārya was born on the west coast of Karnataka state in 13th-century India.[7] As a teenager, he became a Sanyasi (monk) joining Brahma-sampradaya guru Achyutapreksha, of the Ekadandi order.[1][3] Madhva studied the classics of Hindu philosophy, particularly the Principal Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita and the Brahma Sutras (Prasthanatrayi).[1] He commented on these, and is credited with thirty seven works in Sanskrit.[8] His writing style was of extreme brevity and condensed expression. His greatest work is considered to be the Anuvyakhyana, a phi ...more...

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Release, February 1990

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Release, February 1990

"Release, February 1990" is a poem by Lynne Bryer (1946–1994) on the release from political incarceration of Nelson Mandela. The poem is set in the time of apartheid, during the time of Mandela's release, which signified a changing in time and a new era. The poem has no rhyme or rhythm pattern but rather has a free verse structure. The poet talks about the emotions of the people at the time of Mandela's release and how this event was destined to happen. References ...more...

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Lee Sang-yeob

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Lee Sang-yeob

Lee Sang-yeob (born May 8, 1983) is a South Korean actor.[1] He is best known for starring in the sitcom I Live in Cheongdam-dong (2011), the melodrama The Innocent Man (2012), the period drama Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love (2013), and the fantasy drama While You Were Sleeping (2017). Lee was cast in his first leading role in the weekend drama Give Love Away (2013). Personal life Lee is the only grandson of the former Dongguk Jaekang chairman Kim Jong-jin.[2] Filmography Television series Year Title Role Network Ref. 2007 A Happy Woman KBS2 2008 King Sejong the Great Crown Prince Hyang KBS1 [3] Kokkiri (Elephant) Joo Sang-yeob MBC [4] The Art of Seduction Sung-il OCN Here He Comes (Guest) MBC 2009 Her Style Yoon Seok-woo KBS N 2011 Midas Han Jang-seok SBS [5] Miss Ripley Ha Cheol-jin MBC [6] Can't Lose Yeon Hyung-joo (Ep. 9) MBC I Live in Cheongdam-dong Lee Sang-yeob JTBC [7] 2012 Koisuru Maison ~Rainbow Rose~ Han Sae-woo TV Tokyo [8] The Innocent Man Pa ...more...

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Red Delicious

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Red Delicious

Rows of trees under hail nets A pile of 'Red Delicious' The Red Delicious is a clone of apple cultigen, now comprising more than 50 cultivars, recognized in Madison County, Iowa, in 1880. According to the US Apple Association website it is one of the fifteen most popular apple cultivars in the United States.[1] History The 'Red Delicious' originated at an orchard in 1880 as "a round, blushed yellow fruit of surpassing sweetness".[2] Stark Nurseries held a competition in 1892[3] to find an apple to replace the 'Ben Davis' apple. The winner was a red and yellow striped apple sent by Jesse Hiatt, a farmer in Peru, Iowa, who called it "Hawkeye". Stark Nurseries bought the rights from Hiatt, renamed the variety "Stark Delicious", and began propagating it. Another apple tree, later named the 'Golden Delicious', was also marketed by Stark Nurseries after it was purchased from a farmer in Clay County, West Virginia,[4] in 1914; the 'Delicious' became the 'Red Delicious' as a retronym.[5] Production decline In ...more...

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Fanny Sunesson

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Fanny Sunesson

Sunesson in 2006 Fanny Sunesson born in Gothenburg, Sweden is a retired professional golf caddie, who is most noted as being the caddie for Nick Faldo from 1990 to 1999. Career Sunesson was born into a golfing family. At age 15, she played golf at amateur standard, and decided to get an insight on the tour by persuading tour player Jaime Gonzalez to let her caddie for him in 1986.[1] She soon began caddying for Howard Clark during the 1980s before Nick Faldo asked her to join up with him at the end of 1989. Faldo, who had recently undergone major swing surgery with coach David Leadbetter, would win four majors together with Sunesson over a nine-year period. Sunesson decided to part from Faldo in 1999 to caddie for Sergio Garcia in what was a short-lived stint of just eight tournaments before being sacked after a run of poor form culminated in Garcia missing the cut in The Players Championship. Present day Sunesson then had stints with Fred Funk and Notah Begay III before being rehired by Nick Faldo. He ...more...

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MTV Roadies (season 13)

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MTV Roadies (season 13)

MTV Roadies X4 : Your Gang, Your Glory is the thirteenth season of Indian reality show MTV Roadies.The show is hosted by Gaelyn Mendonca. It started airing on MTV India from February 20, 2016.[1] The audition episodes were aired from 20 February 2016 and the journey episodes began airing on 6 April 2016.Balraj was announced as the winner on 19 June 2016. Its auditions were held in various cities of India, like Chandigarh, Delhi, Pune and Lucknow. The audition was done by the four paspiring gang leaders - Rannvijay Singh, Karan Kundra, Neha Dhupia and Prince Narula.After a prestigious finale, Balraj was crowned the Roadies X4 title. Roadies' selection Contestant Venue of audition Gang leader's and contestant's choices Karan Neha Sushil Rannvijay Anamika Barman Lucknow — — — Anseela Delhi — — — Anuj Sharma Lucknow — — — Ashish Pune — — — Balraj Singh Khehra Pune Bharti Bhati Delhi — — Divya Verma Delhi — — — Gaurav Alugh Chandiga ...more...

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Adnan Oktar

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Adnan Oktar

Adnan Oktar (born 2 February 1956), also known as Harun Yahya,[1] is a Turkish author as well as an Islamic creationist.[2] In 2007, he sent thousands of unsolicited copies of his book, The Atlas of Creation,[3] which advocates Islamic creationism, to American scientists, members of Congress, and science museums.[4] Oktar runs two organizations of which he is also the Honorary President: Bilim Araştırma Vakfı (BAV, literally, "Science Research Foundation", established 1990), which promotes creationism and Milli Değerleri Koruma Vakfı (literally, "National Values Preservation Foundation", established 1995) which works domestically on a variety of moral issues.[5] In more recent years, Adnan Oktar has been known for his televangelism on his TV channel, A9 TV, noted especially for featuring 'kittens', his female devotees.[6] His organization is commonly referred to as a cult,[7] and he has been described as the "most notorious cult leader in Turkey."[8] Oktar filed more than 5000 lawsuits against individuals fo ...more...

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What's Wrong with Secretary Kim

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What's Wrong with Secretary Kim (Hangul: 김비서가 왜 그럴까; RR: Kimbiseoga wae geureolkka) is a 2018 South Korean television series starring Park Seo-joon and Park Min-young]. It is based on the web novel of the same title by Jung Kyung-yoon which was first published in 2013, which was then serialized into a comic in 2015.[1] The series airs on tvN starting June 6, 2018.[2][3][4] Synopsis Revolves around the narcissistic Vice Chairman of a major corporation, Lee Young-joon, and his highly capable secretary, Kim Mi-so. Misunderstandings arise when she announces that she will resign from her position, after working for Lee Young-joon for nine years. Cast Main Park Seo-joon as Lee Young-joon/Lee Sung-hyun[5][6]Moon Woo-jin as 9-year-old Lee Sung-hyun[7] Vice Chairman of Yoomyung Group. He is handsome and capable, but his narcissism makes him difficult to work with. He later on develops strong feelings towards Mi-so after realizing that he might lose her. Park Min-young as Kim Mi-so[8][9]Kim Ji-yoo as 5-year-o ...more...

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List of power stations in Telangana

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List of power stations in Telangana

The below is list of all the power plants installed and operated by central, private and state govt of Telangana. Non-renewable Thermal power Ramagundam Chelpur Paloncha Jaipur Manuguru Damaracherla Map of currently operating and proposed Coal fired Thermal power plants in the Indian state of Telangana. Blue are operational and Red are proposed Thermal power is the "largest" source of power in Telangana state. There are different types of Thermal power plants based on the fuel used to generate the steam such as coal, gas, diesel etc. Name Operator Location Sector Fuel Units(MW) Installed capacity (MW) Under construction (MW) Coordinates Kakatiya TPP TSGENCO Chelpur, Warangal State coal 1x500, 1x600 1100 18°23′05″N 79°50′22″E / 18.384798°N 79.839553°E Kothagudem TPS TSGENCO Paloncha, Khammam State coal 4x60, 4x120, 2x250, 1x500, 1x800 1720 800 17°37′10″N 80°41′26″E / 17.619561°N 80.690688°E Ramagundam TPS TSGENCO Ramagundam, Peddapalli State coal 1x62.5 [1] 62.5 ...more...

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List of airports in India

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Airports and seaports in India The busiest Indian airports (2015-16). This list of airports in India includes existing and former, commercial airports, flying schools, military bases, etc. As per AAI data from Nov 2016, following are being targeted for the scheduled commercial flight operations under UDAN-RCS, including the following: 486 total airports, airstrips, flying schools and military bases are available in the country 131 total operational airports (106 with scheduled commercial flights including some with dual civilian and army use). 34 international airports (6 airports serve domestic flights only) Contents This list contains the following information: City served – The city generally associated with the airport. This is not always the actual location since some airports are located in smaller towns outside of the city they serve. ICAO – The location indicator assigned by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). ICAO indicator: VA – West Zone, VE – East Zone, VI – North ...more...

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Robert Sawyer (murderer)

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Robert Sawyer (murderer)

Robert Wayne Sawyer (c. 1951 – March 5, 1993) was an American citizen. He was tried, convicted, and executed by the state of Louisiana for the murder of Frances Arwood. He was the first inmate put to death by lethal injection in Louisiana. Allegations about Sawyer’s mental capacity were made after his conviction. Overview Louisiana State Penitentiary, where Sawyer was confined and executed On September 28, 1979, Robert Sawyer, Frances Arwood, and Charles W. Lane were at Cynthia Shano's mother's house in Gretna, Louisiana. Arwood was Shano's sister in law, and was baby-sitting with Shano's two small children, who were also present. Sawyer lived at the residence with Shano. When Shano returned home at approximately 12:30 p.m., Sawyer, Lane, and Arwood were arguing. As the arguing continued, Sawyer pushed Arwood's head back against a sofa bed and hit her in the face. At this point, Lane also hit Arwood in the face with his fist. Sawyer then started hitting her in the chest. As Arwood tried to get up from ...more...

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List of least concern plants

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List of least concern plants

  Extinct in the wild (EW): 35 species   Critically endangered (CR): 2,493 species   Endangered (EN): 3,654 species   Vulnerable (VU): 5,430 species   Near threatened (NT, LR/cd): 1,851 species   Least concern (LC): 6,645 species   Data deficient (DD): 1,674 species Plant species (IUCN, 2016-2) 21,782 extant species have been evaluated 20,108 of those are fully assessed[a] 8496 are not threatened at present[b] 11,577 to 13,251 are threatened[c] 151 to 296 are extinct or extinct in the wild: 116 extinct (EX) species[d] 35 extinct in the wild (EW) 132 possibly extinct [CR(PE)] 13 possibly extinct in the wild [CR(PEW)] excludes data deficient evaluations. NT, LR/cd, LC. Threatened comprises CR, EN and VU. Upper estimate additionally includes DD. Chart omits extinct (EX) species As of September 2016, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) lists 6645 least concern plant species.[1] 30% of all evaluated plant species are listed as least co ...more...

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Warren Gulley

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Warren "Bill" Gulley (November 16, 1922 – February 24, 2012) was an American military non-commissioned officer (NCO) who, in retirement, served (1968 - 1977) as the first civilian chief of the White House Military Office. In that position he amassed substantial political influence and established a sometimes feared reputation. Gulley later went into private business with Gen. Brent Scowcroft and others. In 1980 he wrote an expose on misdeeds and embezzlement he'd witnessed during his career, Breaking Cover. Early life and later career Youth and military service Gulley was raised in Illinois and joined the United States Marine Corps in 1939, just before his eighteenth birthday.[1] He served in the Pacific theater during World War II and was wounded at the Battle of Guadalcanal.[2] He also saw action during the Korean War.[1] In 1966 Gulley was assigned to the White House Military Office and, two years later, retired from the Marine Corps at the rank of Sergeant major, which coincided with his appointment as ...more...

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Allison T56

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Allison T56

The Allison T56 is a single-shaft, modular design military turboprop with a 14-stage axial flow compressor driven by a four-stage turbine. It was originally developed by the Allison Engine Company for the Lockheed C-130 Hercules transport[1] entering production in 1954. It is now produced under Rolls-Royce, which acquired Allison in 1995. The commercial version is designated 501-D. With an unusually long production run, over 18,000 engines have been produced since 1954, logging over 200 million flying hours.[2] Design and development Allison T56-A1 turboprop engine cutaway, at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum The T56 turboshaft evolved from Allison's previous T38 series.[3] It was first flown in the nose of a B-17 testbed aircraft in 1954.[3] Originally fitted to the Lockheed C-130 Hercules, the T56 was also installed on the P-3 and E-2/C-2 aircraft, as well as civilian airliners such as the Lockheed Electra and Convair 580.[3] T56 development almost ended before it began when the T56-A-1 ...more...

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Ek Niranjan is a 2009 Telugu film starring Prabhas and Kangana Ranaut in lead roles. The film is directed by Puri Jagannadh. The film was shot on a specially erected set in Hyderabad and shot in Bangkok and the songs were shot in Switzerland. The film revolves around Chotu (Prabhas), who is a bounty hunter getting criminals to the police in exchange for money and how he reunites with his parents he never got to meet because he was kidnapped. The film released on 30 October 2009.[1] The film was dubbed in Hindi as Ek Hi Raasta, dubbed in Malayalam as Game, and dubbed in Tamil as Police Dada. Plot Viraiah's (Tanikella Bharani) younger son is kidnapped by Chidambaram (Makrand Deshpande), who abducts children and makes them beggars. He names him as Chotu (Prabhas) and makes him beg on streets to earn money for him. The police raid Chidambaram, and Chotu helps the police find him. The police reward Chotu for helping them. This makes Chotu realize that he can earn money by catching criminals for the police. From ...more...

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Tricia Ann Regan, known professionally as Trish Regan, is an American television host, multi-Emmy nominated journalist and author. She currently hosts The Intelligence Report with Trish Regan on the Fox Business Network daily. She is also a frequent contributor to other Fox News Channel Shows, and serves as a substitute anchor on some programs. Regan was the host of Street Smart with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television during the close of U.S. trading from 3–5pm EST from 2012-15. In addition to her television work, Regan has been a featured, front page economic columnist in USA Today. Previously, as an anchor at CNBC (2007–12), she hosted a daily markets show and provided economic analysis and reporting for the NBC Nightly News, The Today Show and MSNBC. During her tenure at the network, she was the creator and host of two CNBC documentaries. Early life Regan was born in New Hampshire on December 13, 1972. She attended high school at Phillips Exeter Academy. During her time in high school, Regan was awarded ...more...

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Davao Prison and Penal Farm

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Davao Prison and Penal Farm (formerly Davao Penal Colony (DaPeCol)) was established on January 21, 1932 in Panabo City, Davao del Norte, Philippines. It has a land area of 30,000 hectares with a prison reservation of 8,000 hectares. During World War II, the Davao Penal Colony was the biggest prison establishment in the country which was used by the Japanese invading army as their imperial garrison.[1] Brief History On October 7, 1931, Governor Dwight Davis signed proclamation 414 which reserved a site for Penal Colony in Davao Province in Mindanao and on January 21, 1932 by virtue of Act No. 3732, the Davao Penal Colony was formally established. During World War II, it was used by the Philippine-American Armed Forces where more than 1000 Japanese were treated in accordance with the orders of the American commanding officer. The Japanese Imperial Army attacked Davao on December 20, 1941 and the colony was among the establishments that were taken over by the Imperial Army.[1] The Japanese kept two thousand A ...more...

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Shashi Mittal (born March 4, 1970) is an Indian TV and film producer. She is the co-founder and director of Shashi Sumeet Productions.[1] Shashi Mittal graduated from Ahmedabad. She is the wife of Sumeet Hukamchand Mittal, Founder-Director of Shashi Sumeet Productions which they launched in 2009. Post marriage Shashi developed an interest in writing and started writing scripts for TV shows.[2] In 2013 she produced the Marathi movie Rangkarmi.[3] Career She has produced numerous soap operas and television series including Sajan Ghar Jaana Hai, Haar Jeet, Main Lakshmi Tere Aangan Ki, Dil Ki Nazar Se Khoobsurat, Kairi, Punar Vivah and Punar Vivah - Ek Nayi Umeed, Tu Mera Hero, Muh Boli Shaadi, Dream Girl — Ek Ladki Deewani Si, Tum Hi Ho Bandhu Sakha Tumhi and Diya Aur Baati Hum.[3] Filmography Year Film Producer Language Notes 2013 Rangkarmi Yes Marathi Current productions Year TV Series Network Details Original Season 2017–present Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai SET India The st ...more...

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Cherusseri Namboothiri

Cherusseri Namboothiri is a 15th-century Malayalam poet who belonged to Kolathunadu in northern Kerala. He was a court poet of Udaya Varma (1446-1475) and the author of Krishna Gatha, a poem which is considered a landmark in the development of Malayalam literature. Cherusseri Namboothiri is believed to have lived between 1375 and 1475 CE. He was born in Kaanathoor village in Kolathunadu or Kolaththiri Desam (now Kannur district, Kerala). Several scholars like P. K. Narayana Pillai and P. Govinda Pillai hold the view that Cherusseri was the name of the Namboothiri's ancestral house (Illam). However, according to T. K. Balakrishnan Nair, there were 12 cheris in Kolathnadu and the smallest of them was called Cheru-Cheri (Cheru-small; Cheri-an extent of a place) which has finally taken the form of Cherusseri. There aren't much details recorded in history about the life of this poet. There is some dispute about the author's name and his identity. Some scholars are of opinion that he was the same as the Punam Namb ...more...

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Angela (band)

angela (stylized with a lower case initial) is a Japanese pop band, notable for having their music portrayed as theme songs for several anime television shows. The main members are Atsuko and Katsu. Their signature upbeat tunes and rich arrangements combine elements of electronica, dance, rock, swing jazz and ska. In 2008, they started an alter ego band called Domestic Love Band (ドメスティック・ラヴバンド). They are most well known for providing all opening and ending themes to the Fafner in the Azure anime series. History Although both Atsuko and Katsu were born in Okayama Prefecture, they met for the first time in Tokyo at a music school. In 1993 angela was formed and they began as street performers. In 1999 they made their debut with the single memories, however this release went largely unnoticed. However, in 2002 angela signed on with Starchild. Their breakthrough came when they wrote the opening song, "Asu e no brilliant road" (明日へのbrilliant road), along with three different ending themes for the anime Stellvia o ...more...

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PDE5 inhibitor

Sildenafil (Viagra), the prototypical PDE5 inhibitor A phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor (PDE5 inhibitor) is a drug used to block the degradative action of cGMP-specific phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) on cyclic GMP in the smooth muscle cells lining the blood vessels supplying the corpus cavernosum of the penis. These drugs are used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction and were the first effective oral treatment available for the condition. Because PDE5 is also present in the arterial wall smooth muscle within the lungs, PDE5 inhibitors have also been explored for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension. Indications PDE5 inhibitors such as sildenafil (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis), and vardenafil (Levitra) are clinically indicated for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.[1] Sildenafil and tadalafil are also indicated for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension. Sildenafil, the prototypical PDE5 inhibitor, was originally discovered during the search of a novel treatment for angina. Studies in 2002 ex ...more...

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Pongrac (pronounced ) is a settlement in the Municipality of Žalec in east-central Slovenia. It lies in the hills south of Žalec. The area is part of the traditional region of Styria. The municipality is now included in the Savinja Statistical Region.[2] Name The name of the settlement was changed from Sveti Pongrac (literally, 'Saint Pancras') to Pongrac (literally, 'Pancras') in 1955. The name was changed on the basis of the 1948 Law on Names of Settlements and Designations of Squares, Streets, and Buildings as part of efforts by Slovenia's postwar communist government to remove religious elements from toponyms.[3][4][5] Cultural heritage An Early Iron Age burial ground has been identified in the northwestern part of the settlement, part of a burial ground extending to Sveti Lovrenc in the adjacent Municipality of Prebold and numbering over 180 burial mounds.[6] Mass graves Pongrac is the site of two known mass graves from the period immediately after the Second World War. The Britne Sele Mass Grave ( ...more...

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Quantum dot

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Quantum dot

Colloidal quantum dots irradiated with a UV light. Different sized quantum dots emit different color light due to quantum confinement. Quantum dots (QD) are very small semiconductor particles, only several nanometres in size, so small that their optical and electronic properties differ from those of larger particles. They are a central theme in nanotechnology. Many types of quantum dot will emit light of specific frequencies if electricity or light is applied to them, and these frequencies can be precisely tuned by changing the dots' size,[1][2] shape and material, giving rise to many applications. In the language of materials science, nanoscale semiconductor materials tightly confine either electrons or electron holes. Quantum dots are also sometimes referred to as artificial atoms, a term that emphasizes that a quantum dot is a single object with bound, discrete electronic states, as is the case with naturally occurring atoms or molecules.[3][4] Quantum dots exhibit properties that are intermediate betwe ...more...

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SunEdison, Inc. (formerly MEMC Electronic Materials) is a renewable energy company headquartered in the U.S. In addition to developing, building, owning, and operating solar power plants and wind energy plants, it also manufactures high purity polysilicon, monocrystalline silicon ingots, silicon wafers, solar modules, solar energy systems, and solar module racking systems. Originally a silicon-wafer manufacturer established in 1959 as the Monsanto Electronic Materials Company, Monsanto sold the company in 1989. It is one of the leading solar-power companies worldwide, and with its acquisition of wind-energy company First Wind in 2014, SunEdison is the leading renewable energy development company in the world.[2] In 2015, SunEdison sold off its subsidiary SunEdison Semiconductor, marking the completion of SunEdison, Inc.'s transition from a semiconductor-wafer company to a dedicated renewable-energy corporation. Following years of major expansion and the announcement of the intent – which eventually fell thr ...more...

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Rapidan River

Rapidan and Rappahannock Rivers. The Rappahannock is the highlighted river to the north, while the Rapidan is its southerly tributary. The Rapidan River, flowing 88 miles (142 km)[1] through north-central Virginia in the United States, is the largest tributary of the Rappahannock River. The two rivers converge just west of the city of Fredericksburg. The Rapidan River begins west of Doubletop Mountain in Shenandoah National Park where the Mill Prong meets the Laurel Prong at Rapidan Camp, approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Big Meadows. Sections of the lower Rapidan River are preserved by a conservation easement.[2] The Rapidan River was the scene of severe fighting in the American Civil War, and historic sites such as Ely's Ford, Chancellorsville, Brandy Station, Kelly's Ford, and the Battle of the Wilderness are nearby. The name is a combination of the word "rapids" with the name of Queen Anne of England. Originally, it was known as the Rapid Ann River. The Rapidan River ranks #38 in Trout Unlimit ...more...

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Teacher Retirement System of Texas

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Teacher Retirement System of Texas

The entrance to the T.R.S. Building on Red River Street in Austin Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS) is a public pension plan of the State of Texas. Established in 1937, TRS provides retirement and related benefits for those employed by the public schools, colleges, and universities supported by the State of Texas and manages a $147.4 billion trust fund established to finance member benefits. More than 1.5 million public education and higher education employees and retirees participate in the system. TRS is the largest public retirement system in Texas in both membership and assets and the sixth largest public pension fund in the U.S. The agency is headquartered at 1000 Red River Street in the capital city of Austin.[1] A Board of Trustees governs the retirement system.[2] The Board is composed of nine trustees who are appointed to staggered terms of six years. Three trustees are direct appointments of the Governor. Two trustees are appointed by the governor from a list prepared by the State Board of ...more...

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Geology of Botswana

The geology of Botswana plays a significant part in the country’s economy. The basement rocks of the Kaapvaal-Zimbabwe craton extend into Botswana whilst in the east and southeast, metamorphic rocks of Archaean age are dominant. A younger cover of Karoo rocks and post-Cretaceous Kalahari Group sediments conceal the western margins of these older rocks and largely conceal Proterozoic orogenic belts too. This younger stratum was laid down in the Kalahari Basin underlying large parts of the centre of the country. In the northwest of Botswana, more recent sediments overlie rocks of Meso- and Neoproterozoic age rocks, belonging probably to the Damara Belt.[1]:46 The city of Orapa, located in Eastern Botswana, contains a fossilized crater lake with the most insect and plant bearing taphocoenosis of middle Cretaceous in Africa.[1]:48 Economic geology Jwaneng diamond mine, the richest diamond mine in the world.[2] The mining of diamonds is especially important to Botswana’s economy accounting in 2007 for over ...more...

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Graham Harman

Graham Harman (born May 9, 1968) is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles.[3] His work on the metaphysics of objects led to the development of object-oriented ontology. He is a central figure in the speculative realism trend in contemporary philosophy.[4] Biography Harman was born in Iowa City and raised in Mount Vernon, Iowa. He received a B.A. from St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland in 1990 and went on to graduate school at Penn State University to earn a master's degree, studying under philosopher Alphonso Lingis, in 1991. While pursuing a Ph.D. at DePaul University, Harman worked as an online sports reporter, an experience which he credits for developing his writing style and productivity. After finishing his degree in 1999 he joined the Department of Philosophy at the American University in Cairo, where he taught from 2000-2016 and is currently Distinguished University Professor on leave.[5][6] Thought Harman starts the development of his work with Martin Heidegger's ...more...

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T. V. R. Shenoy

Image of TVR Shenoy T. V. R Shenoy (June 10, 1941 – April 17, 2018) was a journalist and columnist of India.[1] Shenoy had served as the Editor of the weekly news magazine The Week and Sunday Mail and held various posts in Indian Express and Malayala Manorama.[2] Shenoy has contributed to several national and international newspapers, website and magazines on issues ranging from national politics, economy, social issues, international affairs to current affairs. He was regularly contributing articles and opinion to Indian Express, Gulf News, Rediff.com, Newstime and Mathrubhumi and Indiafirstfoundation.org. He was a native of Cherayi, Ernakulam, Kerala.[3] He is survived by wife Sarojam and children Sujatha and Ajith.[4] He was a member of the Board of Trustees of India First Foundation.[4] He was awarded the Padma Bhushan award in 2003.[5] He died on April 17th 2018 at Manipal hospital, Mangalore References "Editor Who Saw The Future". The Indian Express. 2018-04-19. Retrieved 2018-06-25. Staff, ...more...

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Dilapidation

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Dilapidation

Dilapidation is a term meaning a destructive event to a building, but more particularly used in the plural in English law for the waste committed by the incumbent of an ecclesiastical living the disrepair for which a tenant is usually liable when he has agreed to give up his premises in good repair. Dilapidation is derived from the Latin for scattering the stones (lapides) of a building.[1] Ecclesiastical law A dilapidated church A building in the old town area of Bratislava, Slovakia In general English law a tenant for life has no power to cut down timber, destroy buildings, etc., or to let buildings fall into disrepair (see Waste). In the eye of the law an incumbent of a living is a tenant for life of his benefice, and any waste, voluntary or permissive, on his part must be made good by his administrators to his successor in office. The principles on which such dilapidations are to be ascertained, and the application of the money payable in respect thereof, depend partly on old ecclesias ...more...

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Hanste Khelte

Hanste Khelte is a 1994 Indian Bollywood film directed by Bharat Rangachary and produced by Firoz Nadiadwala. It stars Rahul Roy, Nandini Singh (who made her debut with this film), Asrani, Rakesh Bedi, Anant Mahadevan and Ishrat Ali in pivotal roles. Amitabh Bachchan gives his voice as a God in this film.[1] Cast Rahul Roy... Rahul Chopra Nandini Singh... Pooja Verma Asrani... Namah Lisa Ray... Rekha (Special Appearance) Rakesh Bedi... Om Anant Mahadevan... Shivah Satyajeet... Amit Aparajita... Pooja's maidservant Ishrat Ali... Devil Dinesh Hingoo... Bhonsle Soundtrack # Title Singer(s) 1 "O Meri Rekha" Abhijeet 2 "O Yaara O Yaara" Kumar Sanu 3 "Diwana Dil Kahe" Suresh Wadkar, Sadhana Sargam 4 "Are Jaa Mujhe Na Sikha" Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Vijayta Pandit References "Hanste Khelte CD-Compact Disc". ebay. Retrieved 30 November 2014. External links Hanste Khelte on IMDb ...more...

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The Siege of Fort of Mackinac was one of the first engagements of the War of 1812. A British and Native American force captured the island soon after the outbreak of war between Britain and the United States. Encouraged by the easy British victory, more Native Americans rallied to their support. Their cooperation was an important factor in several British victories during the remainder of the war. Background Mackinac Island was a U.S. fur trading post in the Straits of Mackinac between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Since the mid-seventeenth century, it had been important for its influence and control over the Native tribes in the area.[1] British and Canadian traders had resented the island being ceded to the United States at the end of the American Revolutionary War.[2] The United States Army maintained a small fort, named Fort Mackinac, on the island. The fur trade was the most important part of the economy of the large area known as the Northwest. Each spring, large numbers of Native Americans from mode ...more...

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Dr Norman Bethune Collegiate Institute

Dr. Norman Bethune Collegiate Institute (also known as Bethune, BCI, or Dr. Norman Bethune CI) is a high school in Toronto, located in the northwest part of Scarborough. It was founded in 1979 and named after Norman Bethune. The school is attended by over 1300 students, most of whom speak a primary language other than English,[2] the language of instruction. Bethune is also partners with the neighboring senior's homes: Mon Sheong and Tendercare, and with Beijing#15 High School in Beijing, People's Republic of China.[3] School Information Students taking Modern Language classes are offered opportunities, including outings to French and Spanish movies, theatre productions and restaurants. Senior students may travel abroad to France and Spain. Bethune students receive excellent results in French and Spanish Contests as well as the Concours D'Art Oratiore (French Public Speaking).[4] Math: General Math 9-11, Data Management, Advanced Functions, and Calculus and Vectors Robotics Students can choose from vis ...more...

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Conklin, Alberta

Conklin is a hamlet in northern Alberta, Canada within the Regional Municipality (R.M.) of Wood Buffalo.[2] It is located on Highway 881 between Fort McMurray and Lac La Biche. It lies near the west end of Christina Lake at an elevation of 575 metres (1,886 ft), and was named for John Conklin, a railroad employee.[3] The hamlet is located in census division No. 16 and in the federal riding of Fort McMurray-Athabasca. Demographics As a designated place in the 2016 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, Conklin recorded a population of 185 living in 71 of its 112 total private dwellings, a change of −12.3% from its 2011 population of 211. With a land area of 16.32 km2 (6.30 sq mi), it had a population density of 11.3/km2 (29.4/sq mi) in 2016.[1] The population of Conklin in 2012 was 318 according to a municipal census conducted by the R.M of Wood Buffalo.[4] As a designated place in the 2011 Census, Conklin had a population of 211 living in 66 of its 86 total dwellings, a 6% change from its 2 ...more...

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Yingli

Yingli (Chinese: 英利), formally Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited (Chinese: 英利绿色能源控股有限公司; pinyin: Yīnglì Lǜsè Néngyuán Kònggǔ Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī - . Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited , known as "Yingli Solar," is one of the world's leading solar panel manufacturers. Yingli Green Energy's manufacturing covers the photovoltaic value chain from ingot casting and wafering through solar cell production and solar panel assembly. Yingli's photovoltaic module capacity is 4 GWs. Yingli is headquartered in Baoding, China and has more than 30 regional subsidiaries and branch offices and has distributed more than 15 GW solar panels to customers worldwide. Yingli Solar was established in 1997 and was the world’s largest PV module manufacturers in the world in 2012 and 2013. Yingli was founded by Liansheng Miao who was a pioneer in Chinese solar manufacturing. Mao worked to persuade other people to encourage the growth of Chinese solar industry as Miao saw that solar manufacturing is an industry in which Ch ...more...

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ICMS Singapore

ICMS Singapore Logo The Integrated Criminal Case Filing and Management System (ICMS Singapore) is an internet-based system by the State Courts of Singapore. ICMS enables all criminal proceedings within the State Courts of Singapore to be conducted in an electronic environment using digital documents.[1] [2] All Singapore agencies involved in criminal justice system are linked to the ICMS.[3] The agencies can do the following process with the State Courts of Singapore directly from their office without a courthouse visit. These process include, criminal prosecutions, file applications and receive court orders.[4] [5] As at February 2015, there were 12,268 cases filed and 8,725 cases being disposed with ICMS. [6] Award FutureGov 2015 Award in eGovernment [7] SiTF 2015 Award, Gold Winner for Best Innovative Use of Infocomm Technology (Public Sector) [8] [9] APICTA 2015 Merit Award in Government & Public Sector [10] References "RESPONSE BY CHIEF JUSTICE SUNDARESH MENON OPENING OF THE LEGAL YEAR ...more...

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Schott AG

The first hexagonal segments for the main mirror of ESO’s Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) are shown being successfully cast by SCHOTT at their facility in Mainz. Schott AG is an international manufacturing group of glass and glass-ceramics. The company is headquartered in Mainz, Germany and employs approximately 15,100 people worldwide.[1] All shares of Schott AG are solely held by the Carl Zeiss Foundation. The company reported sales worth 2.05 billion Euros in its fiscal year 2016/2017.[1] History In 1884, the glass chemist Otto Schott partnered with the congenial Ernst Abbe, Carl Zeiss and his son Roderich Zeiss, founded the Glastechnisches Laboratorium Schott & Genossen, which would later become Jenaer Glaswerke Schott & Genossen and then Schott AG. Schott developed and manufactured optical glasses for microscopes, telescopes and binoculars. Around 1890 Schott developed borosilicate glass products featuring a low thermal expansion coefficient and high chemical resistance very suitable for la ...more...

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Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo

Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo is a provincial electoral district in Alberta, Canada. The district is one of current districts 87 mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta using the first past the post method of voting. The district was created in the 2004 boundary redistribution and is the largest current district in terms of both land mass and population, this district includes most of the North East Alberta and borders Northwest Territories. The main communities are Fort McMurray, and Fort Chipewyan in the north, along the north shore of Lake Athabasca. The district also includes the gigantic Wood Buffalo National Park. This district is home to the oil sands that play a major contribution towards the Alberta economy and contribute 2% of Canada's GDP.[1] The district had in recent years been favourable to the election of Progressive Conservative candidates, a trend broken by the 2015 election of Wildrose MLA Tany Yao. History The electoral district was created in the 2003 bou ...more...

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List of trolleybus systems in France

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List of trolleybus systems in France

A Limoges trolleybus at the Montjovis stop in Limoges Map of all trolleybus systems, past and present, in France and in the former territories under French administration This is a list of trolleybus systems in France by région. It includes all trolleybus systems, past and present.  Alsace Name of System Location Date (From) Date (To) Notes   Mulhouse 9 Oct 1908 5 Jul 1946 14 July 1918 1968     Strasbourg 27 May 1939 31 Mar 1962    Aquitaine Name of System Location Date (From) Date (To) Notes   Bordeaux May 1940 1954    Bourgogne Name of System Location Date (From) Date (To) Notes   Dijon 7 Jan 1950 30 Mar 1966    Bretagne Name of System Location Date (From) Date (To) Notes   Brest 29 July 1947 1970     Saint-Malo 1906 10 Jul 1948 5 Jun 1907 30 Sep 1959 Lombard-Gerin.[1]   Centre Name of System Location Date (From) Date (To) Notes   Tours 5 Oct 1947 29 Jun 1968    Franche-Comté Name of System Location Date (From) Date (To) Notes   Belfort 4 Jul 1 ...more...

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