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Subject: Jelnia, Łódź Voivodeship

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Date Posted: 20:35:19 01/22/16 Fri

Jelnia, Łódź Voivodeship
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: Jelnia, Pomeranian Voivodeship
Jelnia is located in Poland JelniaJelnia
Coordinates: 51°26′N 20°27′E
Country Poland
Voivodeship Łódź
County Opoczno
Gmina Drzewica
Jelnia [ˈjɛlɲa] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Drzewica, within Opoczno County, Łódź Voivodeship, in central Poland.[1] It lies approximately 3 kilometres (2 mi) south-west of Drzewica, 13 km (8 mi) north-east of Opoczno, and 79 km (49 mi) south-east of the regional capital Łódź.

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Coordinates: 51.4333°N 20.4500°E

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Subject: Rade bei Hohenwestedt

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Date Posted: 20:33:57 01/22/16 Fri

Rade bei Hohenwestedt
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Rade bei Hohenwestedt
Coat of arms of Rade bei Hohenwestedt
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Rade bei Hohenwestedt is located in Germany Rade bei Hohenwestedt Rade bei Hohenwestedt
Location of Rade bei Hohenwestedt within Rendsburg-Eckernförde district [show]
Coordinates: 54°6′14″N 9°43′7″ECoordinates: 54°6′14″N 9°43′7″E
Country Germany
State Schleswig-Holstein
District Rendsburg-Eckernförde
Municipal assoc. Mittelholstein
• Mayor Jochen Rohwer
• Total 3.2 km2 (1.2 sq mi)
Population (2013-12-31)[1]
• Total 81
• Density 25/km2 (66/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 24594
Dialling codes 04871
Vehicle registration RD
Website www.amthohenwestedt-land.de
Rade bei Hohenwestedt is a municipality in the district of Rendsburg-Eckernförde, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

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Date Posted: 20:33:01 01/22/16 Fri

Wilton Graff
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wilton Graff (13 August 1903 – 13 January 1969) was an American actor.

He was born as Wilton Calvert Ratcliffe on 13 August 1903 in St. Louis, Missouri, US. He died in Pacific Palisades, California on 13 January 1969.[1]

Partial filmography[edit]
Gangs of the Waterfront (1945)
Pillow of Death (1945)
The Phantom Thief (1946)
Key Witness (1947)
The Web (1947)
Another Part of the Forest (1948)
The Dark Past (1948)
The Gentleman from Nowhere (1948)
Once More, My Darling (1949)
Fortunes of Captain Blood (1950)
Rogues of Sherwood Forest (1950)
Million Dollar Mermaid (1952)
Lili (1953)
Scandal at Scourie (1953)
King Richard and the Crusaders (1954)
The Sea Chase (1955)
Compulsion (1959)
Bloodlust! (1961)
Sail a Crooked Ship (1961)
Personal life[edit]
Graff was married twice, firstly to Mary Goodwin, from 6 August 1938 until her death on 11 April 1950. They had one child, Nancy Graff. On 12 June 1952, he married Elizabeth W. Wilson, and they remained together until his death in Pacific Palisades, California on 13 January 1969.[1]

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Calleras (Caeras) is one of 44 parishes (administrative divisions) in Tineo, a municipality within the province and autonomous community of Asturias, in northern Spain.

The village of Calleras has a church of noteworthy architecture, built late in the 19th century, with enormous dimensions to accommodate its Baroque altar from a disappeared monastery in Belmonte de Miranda.

Villages and hamlets[edit]
Ese de Calleras
La Corredoira
El Montelloso
La Pila
La Rebollada
Coordinates: 43.416667°N 6.466667°W

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Date Posted: 20:30:54 01/22/16 Fri

Pohatcong Township School District
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Pohatcong Township School District
240 Route 519
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
District information
Grades K-8
Superintendent Diane Mandry
Business administrator Tim Mantz
Schools 1
Students and staff
Enrollment 356 (as of 2011-12)[1]
Faculty 25.6 FTEs
Student-teacher ratio 13.91:1
Other information
District Factor Group DE
Website http://www.pohatcong.org
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(*) K-8
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1 Budgetary Cost 14,118 25 14,159 -0.3%
2 Classroom Instruction 9,033 33 8,659 4.3%
6 Support Services 1,866 19 2,167 -13.9%
8 Administrative Cost 1,487 22 1,547 -3.9%
10 Operations & Maintenance 1,698 30 1,612 5.3%
13 Extracurricular Activities 33 11 104 -68.3%
16 Median Teacher Salary 57,635 34 61,136
Data from NJDoE 2014 Taxpayers' Guide to Education Spending.[2]
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As of the 2011-12 school year, the district's one school had an enrollment of 356 students and 25.6 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 13.91:1.[1]

The district is classified by the New Jersey Department of Education as being in District Factor Group "DE", the fifth-highest of eight groupings by common socioeconomic characteristics.[3]

Public school students in ninth through twelfth grades attend Phillipsburg High School in Phillipsburg, which serves students from the Town of Phillipsburg as part of a sending/receiving relationship with the Phillipsburg School District. The high school also serves students from four other sending communities: Alpha, Bloomsbury (in Hunterdon County), Greenwich Township and Lopatcong Township.[4][5][6]

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1 Schools
2 Administration
3 References
4 External links
Schools in the district (with 2011-12 enrollment data from the National Center for Education Statistics[7]) are:[8]

Pohatcong Township Elementary School for Pre-K to grade 8 (356 students)
Christopher Kavcak, Principal[9]
Core members of the districts' administration are:[9][10]

Diane Mandry, Superintendent
Tim Mantz, Business Administrator / Board Secretary
^ Jump up to: a b District information for Pohatcong Township School District, National Center for Education Statistics. Accessed December 8, 2014.
Jump up ^ Taxpayers' Guide to Education Spending April 2013, New Jersey Department of Education. Accessed April 15, 2013.
Jump up ^ NJ Department of Education District Factor Groups (DFG) for School Districts, New Jersey Department of Education. Accessed December 8, 2014.
Jump up ^ Phillipsburg High School 2013 Report Card Narrative, New Jersey Department of Education. Accessed December 8, 2014. "Sending districts to Phillipsburg High School include Lopatcong Township, Pohatcong Township, Greenwich Township, Bloomsbury, and Alpha."
Jump up ^ Central Student Registration Information, Phillipsburg School District. Accessed December 8, 2014. "Students that reside in Alpha, Bloomsbury, Greenwich, Lopatcong, and Pohatcong send students in Grades 9-12 to Phillipsburg High School."
Jump up ^ Municipal Guide to Public School Districts, Warren County, New Jersey. Accessed December 8, 2014.
Jump up ^ School Data for the Pohatcong Township Elementary School, National Center for Education Statistics. Accessed December 8, 2014.
Jump up ^ New Jersey School Directory for the Pohatcong Township School District, New Jersey Department of Education. Accessed December 8, 2014.
^ Jump up to: a b Administration, Pohatcong Township School District. Accessed March 23, 2015.
Jump up ^ New Jersey School Directory for Warren County, New Jersey Department of Education. Accessed March 23, 2015.
External links[edit]
Pohatcong Township Elementary School
Pohatcong Township Elementary School's 2012–13 School Report Card from the New Jersey Department of Education
School Data for the Pohatcong Township Elementary School, National Center for Education Statistics
Phillipsburg High School
Coordinates: 40.651699°N 75.152577°W

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Jaru Rural District
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Jaru Rural District
دهستان جارو
Rural district
Country Iran
Province Alborz
County Eshtehard
District Palangabad
Population (2006)
• Total 1,121
Jaru Rural District (Persian: دهستان جارو‎‎) is a rural district (dehestan) in Palangabad District, Eshtehard County, Alborz Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 1,121, in 278 families.[1] The rural district has 5 villages.

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Chauriyasi Mewada Brahmin
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The Chauriyasi Mewada Brahmin are a Brahmin community found in the state of Gujarat in India.

Contents [hide]
1 The history
2 The Ishta Dev
3 The Gram Devta
4 Kula Devi
5 References
The history[edit]
The migration: Rahap 3rd son of Rawal Ran Singh went to Dharampur near Bulsar in about A.D. 1158-1168 from Chittor. That time Udaipur did not exist. Thus along with Rana Rahap people also had migrated to Dharampur. There are Eighty four Brahmin sects in Rajasthan, thus the Brahmins belonging to the 84 Brahmin clans might have formed the Chauriyasi Mewada Brahmin cast, ancestral records say that there were five families who had come to the south of Gujarat and to facilitate all the cultural activities and marriage convenience they formed The Chauriyasi Mewada Brahmin Samaj. Only two names from the five families are to be known from the ancestral records. Sri Eknathji and Sri Dullabhji were among the five families who came to south Gujarat.

The Ishta Dev[edit]
Sri. Eklingji Is the Ishta Deva of the people belonging to the Chauriyasi Mewada Brahmin Community. Eklingji, a religious place from every angle it is also well known as Kailashpuri or the abode of Shiva, the family deity of the ruling Mewar dynasty. The temple is situated at 20 kilometers from Udaipur.

The Gram Devta[edit]
Ghanteshwar Mahadev, a small temple of lord shiva built in the 19th century by the people of this community is located at Udvada in Pardi Taluka.

Kula Devi[edit]
Katyani mata is Worshiped as the Kula Devi Or the Family goddess by the people.

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Henry Guppy (librarian)
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The John Rylands Library, Deansgate
Henry Guppy CBE (31 December 1861 – 4 August 1948) was Librarian of the John Rylands Library in Manchester from 1899 until his death in 1948.

Guppy was born in London and educated at City of London School. Before moving to the John Rylands he was Sub-Librarian of Sion College. When appointed librarian in 1899 it was jointly with Edward Gordon Duff; he became sole Librarian from October 1900. He was created Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1937. He was active in the Library Association of Great Britain and among his notable achievements are contributions to the reconstruction of the university library of Louvain between the World Wars and the founding of the Bulletin of the John Rylands Library in 1903. During much of his tenure in Manchester he resided at Buxton, where he died. He was survived by his wife Matilda, with whom he had two daughters, Lilian and Alberta.

Selected works[edit]

Destruction of the university library at Louvain, 1914
Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 1903-08, 1914-48 (editor and contributor)
The John Rylands Library, Manchester: 1899-1935 (a revised edition of the work first published in 1924)
A Classified Catalogue of the Works on Architecture and the Allied Arts in the Principal Libraries of Manchester and Salford (editor, with Guthrie Vine). 1909
Obituary in: Bulletin of the John Rylands Library. Vol. 31, pp.173-79
Oxford DNB
Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library, Volume 25 (1941): "In Honour of Henry Guppy", edited by H. B. Charlton (contents include bibliography of Dr Guppy's writings; memoir of him by Charlton)
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Agus Firmansyah (born 7 April 1980) is an Indonesian football defender who played for Indonesia in the 2004 AFC Asian Cup.[1]

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Firmansyah – FIFA competition record
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Danny Bank
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Daniel Bernard "Danny" Bank (July 17. 1922 – June 5, 2010) was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and flautist. He is credited on some releases as Danny Banks.

He was born on July 17, 1922. Early in his career Bank played with Charlie Barnet (1942–1944), and would return to play with him repeatedly over the next few decades. He played with Benny Goodman, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Artie Shaw, and Paul Whiteman in the 1940s. Following this he recorded with Charlie Parker, Rex Stewart, the Sauter-Finegan Orchestra, Johnny Hodges, Urbie Green, Clifford Brown and Helen Merrill, Art Farmer, Wes Montgomery, Quincy Jones, Jimmy Smith, Chico O’Farrill, Betty Carter, Ray Charles, and Tony Fruscella.

Bank is best known for his association with Miles Davis in Gil Evans's orchestra; Bank played bass clarinet on the albums Miles Ahead, Sketches of Spain, and Porgy and Bess. He played with Davis on his 1961 Carnegie Hall concert. Later in the 1960s he recorded with the big bands of Charles Mingus, Sonny Rollins, and Stanley Turrentine.

Bank died on June 5, 2010.

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As sideman[edit]
With Bob Brookmeyer

Portrait of the Artist (Atlantic, 1960)
With Miles Davis

Miles Ahead (Columbia, 1957)
With Art Farmer

The Art Farmer Septet (Prestige, 1953–54)
Listen to Art Farmer and the Orchestra (Mercury, 1962)
With Dizzy Gillespie

Afro (Norgran, 1954)
Dizzy and Strings (Norgran, 1954)
With Benny Golson

Pop + Jazz = Swing (Audio Fidelity, 1961)
With Chico Hamilton

The Further Adventures of El Chico (Impulse!, 1966)
The Gamut (Solid State, 1968)
With Jimmy Heath

Little Man, Big Band (Verve, 1992)
With Milt Jackson

Ray Brown / Milt Jackson with Ray Brown (Verve, 1965)
With Quincy Jones

The Birth of a Band! (Mercury, 1959)
With Eric Kloss

Grits & Gravy (Prestige, 1966)
With Junior Mance

The Soul of Hollywood (Jazzland, 1962)
With Herbie Mann

Latin Mann (Columbia, 1965)
With Howard McGhee

Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries (Bethlehem, 1956)
With Charles Mingus

The Complete Town Hall Concert (Blue Note, 1962 [1994])
With Milton Nascimento

Courage (A&M/CTI, 1969)
With Oliver Nelson

Oliver Nelson Plays Michelle (Impulse!, 1966)
Happenings with Hank Jones (Impulse!, 1966)
The Spirit of '67 with Pee Wee Russell (Impulse!, 1967)
With Lalo Schifrin and Bob Brookmeyer

Samba Para Dos (Verve, 1963)
With Shirley Scott

Roll 'Em: Shirley Scott Plays the Big Bands (Impulse!, 1966)
With Jimmy Smith

Monster (Verve, 1965)
With Walter Wanderley

Moondreams (A&M/CTI, 1969)
With Randy Weston

Tanjah (Polydor, 1973)
Danny Bank at Allmusic
New York Times paid death notice for Daniel Bank
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Date Posted: 20:23:46 01/22/16 Fri

Emerson, Lake & Palmer in Concert
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Emerson, Lake and Palmer in Concert
ELP InConcert.jpg
Live album by Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Released 18 November 1979
Recorded 26 August 1977
Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Canada
Genre Progressive rock, symphonic rock
Length In Concert: 43:12 / Works Live: 1:27:39
Label Atlantic
Producer Keith Emerson
Emerson, Lake & Palmer chronology
Love Beach
(1978) In Concert
(1979) Black Moon
Emerson, Lake and Palmer in Concert is a live album by Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP), recorded at 26 August 1977 show at the Olympic Stadium, Montreal, which is featured on the album cover. It was released by Atlantic Records in November 1979, following ELP's breakup. It was later re-released and repackaged as Works Live in 1993. Some of the tracks were not from the Montreal concert, but from other concerts the 1977-1978 Tour, like "Peter Gunn" and "Tiger in a Spotlight".

Similar to most live albums, In Concert showcased fan favourites of previously released material. However, "Peter Gunn", ELP's take on the classic TV theme song, was never released on any of their other albums (a slightly edited version of this live recording was included on the 1980 The Best of Emerson, Lake & Palmer compilation and released as a single in some countries). ELP frequently opened with this song on the Works Volume 2 tour.

The band hired a 70-piece orchestra for some concerts of this tour but eventually had to dismiss the orchestra due to budget constraints that almost bankrupted the group. On the original release, the orchestra performs on "C'est la Vie", "Knife-Edge", on Keith Emerson's piano concerto, and on "Pictures at an Exhibition". Works Live adds other four songs performed with the orchestra: "Fanfare for the Common Man", "Abaddon's Bolero", "Closer to Believing" and "Tank".

Original releases of the album carried no producer credit, but production and mixing of the album were largely carried out by Keith Emerson. Emerson's vision was to release In Concert as a double LP, but ELP's label, Atlantic Records, would not allow this given the band's pending dissolution; the album's later repackaging as Works Live somewhat restores this intent.[1]

Contents [hide]
1 Track listing
1.1 In Concert
1.2 Works Live
2 Personnel
2.1 Band members
2.2 Others
3 Release details
4 Singles
5 Notes
Track listing[edit]
In Concert[edit]
Side One
"Introductory Fanfare" (Emerson, Carl Palmer) – 0:53
"Peter Gunn" (Henry Mancini, arr. by Emerson, Greg Lake, Palmer) – 3:37
"Tiger in a Spotlight" (Emerson, Lake, Palmer, Peter Sinfield) – 4:06
"C'est la Vie" (Lake, Sinfield) – 4:12
"The Enemy God Dances with the Black Spirits" (Sergei Prokofiev, arr. by Emerson, Lake, Palmer) – 2:49
"Knife-Edge" (Emerson, Richard Fraser, Leoš Janáček, Lake) – 5:14
Side Two
"Piano Concerto No. 1, Third Movement: Toccata con fuoco" (Emerson) – 6:35
"Pictures at an Exhibition" (Emerson, Lake, Modest Mussorgsky, Palmer) – 15:43

The re-released and expanded CD "Works Live"
Works Live[edit]
Disc One
"Introductory Fanfare" (Emerson, Palmer) – 0:52
"Peter Gunn" (Mancini) – 3:34
"Tiger in a Spotlight" (Emerson, Lake, Palmer, Sinfield) – 4:08
"C'est la Vie" (Lake, Sinfield) – 4:14
"Watching Over You" (Lake, Sinfield) – 3:59
"Maple Leaf Rag" (Scott Joplin) – 1:14
"The Enemy God Dances With the Black Spirits" (Prokofiev) – 2:46
"Fanfare for the Common Man" (Aaron Copland) – 10:54
"Knife-Edge" (Emerson, Fraser, Janáček, Lake) – 5:03
"Show Me the Way to Go Home" (Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly) – 4:20
Disc Two
"Abaddon's Bolero" (Emerson) – 6:02
"Pictures at an Exhibition" (Emerson, Lake, Mussorgsky, Palmer, Fraser) – 15:40
"Closer to Believing" (Lake, Sinfield) – 5:28
"Piano Concerto No. 1, Third Movement: Toccata con Fuoco" (Emerson) – 6:40
"Tank" (Emerson, Palmer) – 12:36
Band members[edit]
Keith Emerson – keyboards, mixing
Greg Lake – vocals, bass, guitar
Carl Palmer – drums, percussion
A 70-piece orchestra on tracks 4, 6, 7 and 8 of In Concert, and tracks 4, 8, 9 of disc one and the entire disc two of Works Live.
Godfrey Salmon – conductor
Michael Leveillee – sound engineer
Neil Preston – inner sleeve photo
Francois Rivard – cover photography
Bob Defrin – art director
Release details[edit]
1979, UK, Atlantic/WEA K50652, Release date 17 November 1979, LP
1979, Japan, Atlantic/Warner-Pioneer P-10697A, Release date 21 November 1979, LP
1996, UK, Essential/Castle ESDCD362, Release date ? ? 1996, CD (double release called "Works Live")
1999, Japan, Manticore/Victor KVICP-60644, Release date ? ? 1999, CD
Peter Gunn / Knife Edge
Peter Gunn / Tiger in a spotlight (USA release)
Jump up ^ Macan, Edward (2006). Endless Enigma: A Musical Biography of Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Open Court, ISBN 0-8126-9596-8, p.434.
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Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Keith Emerson Greg Lake Carl Palmer
Studio albums
Emerson, Lake & Palmer Tarkus Trilogy Brain Salad Surgery Works Volume 1 Works Volume 2 Love Beach Black Moon In the Hot Seat
Live albums
Pictures at an Exhibition Welcome Back My Friends to the Show That Never Ends... Ladies and Gentlemen, Emerson, Lake & Palmer In Concert / Works Live Live at the Royal Albert Hall King Biscuit Flower Hour: Greatest Hits Live Live in Poland Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 Then and Now The Original Bootleg Series from the Manticore Vaults A Time and a Place High Voltage Live at Nassau Coliseum '78 Live at the Mar Y Sol Festival '72
Compilation albums
The Best of Emerson, Lake & Palmer The Very Best of Emerson, Lake & Palmer The Ultimate Collection The Essential Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Box sets
The Return of the Manticore From the Beginning A Time and a Place
"Take a Pebble" "Lucky Man" "Fanfare for the Common Man" "From the Beginning" "I Believe in Father Christmas" "Karn Evil 9" "Tarkus" "The Barbarian" "Knife-Edge"
Related articles
Discography Manticore Records Emerson, Lake & Powell Emerson, Lake & Powell (album) 3 To the Power of Three The Nice King Crimson Atomic Rooster Asia Peter Sinfield Cozy Powell Robert Berry
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Date Posted: 20:22:56 01/22/16 Fri

El Nuevo Día
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El Nuevo Día
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Front page of El Nuevo Día for July 26, 2008
Type Daily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Grupo Ferré-Rangel (GFR Media)[1]
Founder(s) Luis A. Ferré Aguayo
Publisher GFR Media, LLC.[2]
Editor Luis Alberto Ferré Rangel
Founded 1909
Language Spanish
Headquarters Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Website www.elnuevodia.com
El Nuevo Día (English: The New Day) is the newspaper with the highest circulation in Puerto Rico, reaching a readership of 1.2 million people with over 200,000 daily copies. The newspaper was founded in 1909 and is today a subsidiary of GFR Media. Its headquarters is based in Guaynabo.[3]

Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Notes
3 References
4 External links
El Nuevo Día was founded in 1823 in the city of Ponce as "El Diario de Puerto Rico,"[a] later changing its name to "El Día" in 1911. Its founder was Guillermo V. Cintrón[5] with assistance from Eugenio Astol and Nemesio Canales.[6]

In 1948, the newspaper was acquired by Ponce native and future governor Luis A. Ferré. After Ferré was elected governor of Puerto Rico in 1968, his eldest son, Antonio Luis Ferré, purchased the paper from his father.

Two years after this, in 1970, Antonio Luis moved the newspaper to San Juan and renamed it "El Nuevo Día". Its first director was Carlos Castañeda. During its first years in San Juan, El Nuevo Dia's newsroom was located in the "Torre de la Reina" building located near the Luis Muñoz Rivera Park in Puerta de Tierra. It was subsequently moved, in 1986, to its current location municipality of Guaynabo. The paper continues to be owned by the Ferré family today.

"El Nuevo Día" continues to be owned and published by the Ferré family. The newspaper's current president is María Eugenia Ferré Rangel and the current editor is Luis Alberto Ferré Rangel. As of 2006, El Nuevo Día is the most widely read newspaper in Puerto Rico, with a daily circulation of 155,000.

Its main competitor in terms of sales is El Vocero. Content-wise, both papers have somewhat different news formats and audiences. While El Nuevo Día has been known largely for its political reporting, El Vocero has traditionally taken a more tabloid-oriented approach, giving greater prominence to news stories on daily street crime. More recently, however, "El Vocero" has begun to give greater emphasis to political and business news, making it a more direct competitor to "El Nuevo Día."

Apart from political and community news, El Nuevo Día also has a sports section, a show business section and a business section among the news sections they publish daily. Its previous television commercial campaign slogan read: El Nuevo Día: Un Gran Periodico ("El Nuevo Día: A Great Newspaper"). The campaign slogan recently changed to: "El Nuevo Día: Conocer es Crecer" ("El Nuevo Día: To Know is to Grow")

El Nuevo Dia had an Orlando edition called El Nuevo Dia Orlando. It was founded on September 2, 2003 and was published on weekdays. On November 13, 2006, the newspaper began to circulate free of charge. The paper printed 25,000 copies daily. A study showed that 96% percent of readers who read the Orlando edition read it at home. The newspaper ceased publication effectively on August 29, 2008.[7]

Jump up ^ The newspaper was called "El Diario de Puerto Rico" from 1909 to 1911. In 1911 it shortened its name to "El Dia", a name it would carry until its 1970 move to San Juan and reorganization, where it was renamed "El Nuevo Dia". The El Dia's motto was "Periódico político defensor de los ideales de la Unión de Puerto Rico y de los intereses generales del país." (English: "The political newspaper defender of the ideals of the Unión de Puerto Rico and the general interests of the [Puerto Rican] country").[4]
Jump up ^ Surge otro postor interesado en el PLA. Jason Rodríguez Grafal and Omar Alfonso. La Perla del Sur. Ponce, Puerto Rico. 4 December 2013. Year 32. Issue 1566. Page 4. Retrieved 4 December 2013.
Jump up ^ 413 F.3d 110: El Día, Inc., Plaintiff, Appellee, v. Puerto Rico Department of Consumer Affairs; Secretary of the Department of Consumer Affairs, Defendants, Appellants. Justia.com: US Law. 5 January 2005. Retrieved 10 September 2012.
Jump up ^ About El diario de Puerto Rico. (Ponce, P.R.) 1909-1911.
Jump up ^ About El diario de Puerto Rico. (Ponce, P.R.) 1909-1911. National Endowment for the Humanities: Chronicling America, Historic American Newspapers. U. S. Library of Congress. Retrieved 20 October 2011.
Jump up ^ Guillermo A. Baralt. La Historia de El Nuevo Dia (1909-2000): "Al servicio de mi tierra". Pages: Internal front cover, page 1. Fundación El Nuevo Dia. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 2002. ISBN 1-881720-82-9.
Jump up ^ Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña. Septiembre en la Memoria. ICP. (c)2003. Accessed January 10, 2011.
Jump up ^ Orlando Sentinel dated August 14, 2008
External links[edit]
El Nuevo Día's website (Spanish)
El Nuevo Día's online archive (subscription-only service) (Spanish)
El Nuevo Día's corporate site (Spanish)
Today's El Nuevo Día front page at the Newseum website

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Caribbean Business Claridad El Nuevo Día El Vocero Primera Hora The San Juan Star El Imparcial
La Estrella Norte La Estrella Oeste Periódico La Esquina La Perla del Sur
News Is My Business NotiCel
La Democracia El Mundo El Ponceño
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Count Nikita Moiseevich Zotov (Russian: Никита Моисеевич Зотов, tr. Nikita Moiseevich Zotov; IPA: [nʲ'kʲta moɨ'sʲɛɪvʲɪt͡ɕ 'zotv] ) (1644 – December 1717) was a childhood tutor and lifelong friend of Russian Tsar Peter the Great. Historians disagree on the quality of Zotov's tutoring. Robert K. Massie, for example, praises his efforts, but Lindsey Hughes criticizes the education that he gave to the future tsar.

Not much is known about Zotov's life aside from his connection to Peter. Zotov left Moscow for a diplomatic mission to Crimea in 1680 and returned to Moscow before 1683. He became part of the "Jolly Company", a group of several dozen of Peter's friends that eventually became The All-Joking, All-Drunken Synod of Fools and Jesters. Zotov was mockingly appointed "Prince-Pope" of the Synod, and regularly led them in games and celebrations. He accompanied Peter on many important occasions, such as the Azov campaigns and the torture of the Streltsy after their uprising. Zotov held a number of state posts, including from 1701 a leading position in the Tsar's personal secretariat. Three years before his death, Zotov married a woman 50 years his junior. He died in December 1717 of unknown causes.

Tutelage of Peter I


Alexis I, Tsar of Russia, married twice in his lifetime, first to Maria Miloslavskaya and then to Natalia Naryshkina after Maria's death. Peter I was born to Natalia Naryshkina on 30 May 1672. After the death of Tsar Alexis on 8 February 1676, Peter's half-brother and godfather Feodor, the "semi-invalid eldest surviving son of Maria Miloslavskaya", became the Tsar of Russia. Ivan Miloslavsky, Feodor's uncle, returned to Moscow from virtual exile as Governor of Astrakhan to become Chief Minister. His family had not been in power for some time as a result of Tsar Alexis' remarriage. As a result, Ivan Miloslavsky hated the Naryshkin family, which included Peter, Natalia Naryshkina, and Natalia's foster father, Artamon Matveyev. When a new ruling family took over, the previous ruling family was usually banished to a ceremonial position somewhere far from Moscow. Instead, Ivan Miloslavsky tried to arrest the Naryshkins, but Feodor would only permit him to exile Artamon Matveyev. Feodor was fond of his half-brother Peter and Peter's mother, and both were allowed to remain in the Kremlin in private apartments.

Most 17th-century Muscovites received little education, and there were low levels of literacy even among the nobility, education for whom typically consisted of a little reading, writing, and a small amount of history and geography. Religious scholars were usually the exception to this rule and were often also taught grammar, mathematics, and foreign languages. Two of Tsar Alexis' children—Feodor, and his sister Tsarevna Sophia—received a thorough education from the religious scholars of Kiev, and could speak Latin and Polish.

At the age of three, in 1674 or 1675, Peter received a primer from Tsar Alexis to help him learn the alphabet; two years later, Tsar Feodor suggested to Peter's mother that he begin his studies. Estimates of the exact year when Peter's tutoring began range widely; numerous authors refer to a starting date as early as 1677, and as late as 1683, though multiple references specifically identify 12 March 1677 as the beginning of Peter's tutoring. Nikita Zotov, a former church clerk, or "Duma secretary" from the tax-collection department of the governmental bureaucracy, was chosen to teach Peter to read and write.

Appointment and instruction:

Zotov was not a religious scholar, but he knew the Bible well—an important qualification for Tsaritsa Natalia. Although he did not expect it, he was well rewarded before he had even started his work, receiving from Feodor and the Tsaritsa, as well as Patriarch Joachim, gifts including a set of apartments, two new sets of clothing, and 100 rubles. He was also raised to the rank of a minor nobleman. Zotov was deeply humbled and overwhelmed by the Tsaritsa's request, and was enthralled at the prospect of teaching Peter. Zotov and Peter quickly became good friends, and Zotov remained close to Peter until the former's death.

Peter's first lesson began the morning after Zotov was appointed. After the books were sprinkled with holy water, Zotov began his instruction; first in the alphabet, and then the Prayer Book. He taught the Bible, from which Peter learned long passages that he could still recite from memory forty years later. Zotov also taught his student to sing, and in his later years Peter often spontaneously accompanied choirs at church services. Although initially tasked only to teach reading and writing, Zotov found Peter to be intellectually curious, and interested in all that he could impart. Peter asked for lessons on Russian history, battles, and heroes. At Zotov's request, the Tsaritsa ordered engravings of "foreign cities and palaces, sailing ships, weapons and historical events" to be brought from the Ordnance Office. Zotov placed them in the study room, along with a somewhat accurate globe for the time, to divert Peter when he became bored with his studies. Other informal "makeshift" tutors (foreign and domestic) and servants, were brought in for rowdy outdoor games with live ammunition. They were also to instruct Peter in other subjects such as royal and military history, blacksmithing, carpentry, joinery, printing, and, unusually for Russian nobility at the time, sailing and shipbuilding.


Zotov became one of Peter's first friends, and the two remained close throughout Zotov's life. Lindsey Hughes, a 20th-century historian, has criticized Zotov for giving Peter an education that did not teach what a future tsar ought to know. Her contemporary, Robert K. Massie, has argued that the education was the best possible one for a curious boy like Peter, because it was unlikely that he would ever become tsar, as his half-brother, Ivan V, was before him in the line of succession. According to Massie, although Zotov may have not taught Peter at the highest possible level, he delivered "the best education for a mind like Peter's", as it "stimulated [Peter's] curiosity" and allowed him to become "in large part, a self-taught man". Zotov's closeness to the Tsar later became a source of worry to others in government, many of whom—including even the powerful Menshikov—feared his influence.

In 1680, Zotov embarked on a three-year diplomatic mission to the Crimea; sources disagree on whether this was before or after he tutored Peter. When Peter left the Kremlin to spend his childhood at Preobrazhenskoye, two years after Zotov's departure, his memories of the tutors who had taught his siblings, Feodor and Sophia, were so negative that he cut himself off from traditional academic subjects for a time. He later resumed his studies under Afanassyi Nesterov and Zotov after the latter's return from the Crimea. Although Peter sought to learn of nature and military matters rather than literature or theology, he nevertheless learned a great deal of the latter from his tutors. Zotov (and later his sons) later worked with Peter to translate books about fortification from a Western European language into Russian. Peter did not learn, or forgot, a great deal about mathematics, a subject that he had to learn properly in his late teens for use in siege warfare and fortification. In later years, Peter regretted his lack of a fuller education, and sought to give his daughters Anne and Elizabeth educations equivalent of any European princess.

Prince-Pope of Drunken Synod

In 1692, Peter, who by then was Tsar of Russia, organized himself and several dozen of his friends into The All-Joking, All-Drunken Synod of Fools and Jesters, a "synod" that parodied religion. Although he had a reputation for sobriety and fasting, Zotov was appointed the "Prince-Pope" of the Synod because of that very fact. He was sometimes even referred to as Patriarch Bacchus. Peter forced him to participate in the parties even when Zotov claimed sickness and exhaustion.

However, Zotov soon grew to be a key participant in the mocking celebrations. After first drinking to everyone's health, he "blessed" the group with the Sign of the Cross, using two long Dutch pipes. On holidays, the games were played on the streets of Moscow, and at Christmas, the Jolly Company rode around the city singing on sleighs, with Zotov at their head, on a sleigh pulled by twelve bald men. Zotov wore a highly unusual costume—his outfit was adorned with playing cards; he wore a tin hat; and he sat upon a barrel. During the first week of Lent, a procession of "penitents" followed Zotov through the city on donkeys, oxen, and sleighs pulled by goats, pigs, and bears.

High office

In 1695 and 1696, Peter the Great mounted two campaigns against the Turkish garrison of Azov. Though the campaign in 1695 was ultimately unsuccessful, the 1696 one succeeded. The Russians surrounded the city with both men and ships and breached the wall, causing the Pasha of Azov to "surrender under honorable conditions". The people of Moscow were amazed by the news of the surrender; not since the reign of Peter's father Alexis had a Russian army been victorious. Peter delayed his return home to allow Andrew Vinius, another member of the All-Joking Company, time to set up a victory parade through the capital. The army returned home on 10 October, but instead of a traditional Orthodox reception, the army marched through an arch seemingly supported by Hercules and Mars. Contrary to the custom for a tsar, Peter did not ride at the head of the procession, but instead allowed it to be led by 18 horsemen leading carriages carrying Zotov and the war hero Fedor Golovin.

While on a tour of Europe in 1698, Peter learned that the Streltsy had rebelled, and immediately rushed home from Vienna. After defeating the rebellious regiments, Peter angrily ordered the torture of those who had incited the Streltsy to rebel. For almost a month and a half, men from Peter's Jolly Company, including Fyodor Romodanovsky, Boris Golitsyn, and Zotov, led the torture in secret.

In 1701, Zotov was made the head of the Tsar's newly created Privy Council, a committee akin to the defunct Duma. In 1710, Peter made Zotov a count, and a year later when Peter set up the Governing Senate, he appointed Zotov to oversee the Senate.

Personal life

Nikita Zotov was twice married, and had three sons from his first marriage. One was Vasily Zotov (d. 1729), who was educated outside of Russia and became the Revisor-General of Ukazes (Inspector General of Decrees) in November 1715. As Inspector General, it was Vasily's job to preside over the Senate, enforce its decrees, and report absent senators to Peter. Vasily had little political power however, and so was unable to fulfill his role in opposition to the wishes of some of the most powerful men in the Russian empire. The second son was Ivan Zotov (1687–1723), who lived and studied in France, where he worked as a translator. The third son, Konon Zotov (1690–30 December 1742), studied in England, and served in various positions in the Russian Navy and in the Russian judicial system.

According to Robert K. Massie and Lindsey Hughes, Peter told Zotov in October 1713 that he intended to have him marry a second time, to Anna Pashkova, a widow 50 years Zotov's junior, despite Zotov's wish to spend his final years in a monastery. However, the Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary and Sergey Solovyov say that Zotov came up with the idea to marry Pashkova in 1714, and that his plan to become a monk was merely a joke.

The wedding was described by Friedrich Christian Weber, the ambassador of Hanover, as "solemnized by the court in masks". Guests were instructed to pre-register in groups of three with their costumes so as not to look too similar to other guests. Witnesses described the event, which took place on 27 and 28 January 1715, and which had been prepared for three months, as a "world turned upside-down". The Jolly Company dressed in ridiculous regalia, and many people behaved exactly opposite to the norm; "invitations to the guests were delivered by stammerers, the bridesmen were cripples, the runners were fat men with gout, the priest was allegedly one hundred years old" (and blind). Hughes notes that the event may have been a "variation on the Western charivari or shaming ceremonies", through which the Tsar could demonstrate how much power he had over his subjects' lives. During the wedding, the Drunken Synod routinely sang carols in the streets of Moscow and demanded money, which became a New Year tax for the wealthy.


Nikita Zotov died in December 1717 of unknown causes. Peter wasted no time in moving on, at least publicly; he replaced Zotov as "Prince-Pope" with Peter Buturlin by "electing" him on 28 December 1717, and appointing him on 10 January 1718. Peter even ordered that Zotov's widow be married to Buturlin in the fall of 1721. There was a disagreement between Konon Zotov and his stepmother over the division of Nikita Zotov's estate; Konon tried to declare Nikita's second marriage illegitimate, to avoid having to give any money to his stepmother's family.

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Safra-ye Moqaddam (Persian: صفرامقدم‎‎, also Romanized as Şafrā-ye Moqaddam and Şafrā-e Maqadam; also known as Şafrā)[1] is a village in Buzi Rural District, in the Central District of Shadegan County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. As of the 2006 census, its population was 295, in 63 families.[2]

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Northgate Mall
Coordinates 39°14′41″N 84°35′57″WCoordinates: 39°14′41″N 84°35′57″W
Address 9501 Colerain Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Opening date 1972
Developer Northgate Mall Associates
Owner Tabani
No. of stores and services 100
No. of anchor tenants 4
Total retail floor area 915,956 square feet[1]
No. of floors 1 (2 in Burlington Coat Factory)
Northgate Mall is an enclosed shopping mall in Northgate, Ohio. Built in 1972, it is anchored by Burlington Coat Factory, Macy's, Sears, and Marshalls.

Construction began on the mall in 1970,[2] on the site of a former airport.[3] It opened in 1972, anchored by Sears, McAlpin's and Pogue's.[4] The mall also included a Kroger supermarket.[5] Pogue's became L. S. Ayres in 1983, and was sold to J. C. Penney in 1988.[6] Lazarus was added as a fourth anchor in 1992.[7] It became Macy's in 2005.[8] Dillard's, which acquired the former McAlpin's in 1998, closed in 2009.[9]

J. C. Penney moved to a new store in 2006. A movie theater was scheduled to open on the site of the former building,[10] but this was never added due to the mall's then-owners defaulting on a $74 million loan.[11]

In 2012, the mall was sold to Tabani Group. The same year, DSW opened in part of the former Dillard's, with Marshalls taking another portion.[12] A space briefly occupied by Famous Labels became Burlington Coat Factory.[13] Also filling portions of the former Dillard's in 2013 were Michaels, hhgregg, and Ulta.[14] Ashley Furniture also opened in 2014, and the former J. C. Penney space finally underwent redevelopment for an Xscape theater.[15]

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TiVo Inc.
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TiVo Inc.
Traded as NASDAQ: TIVO
Industry Digital video recorders
Founded August 4, 1997; 18 years ago
(as Teleworld inc.)
Headquarters San Jose, California, U.S.
Key people
Tom Rogers,
President and CEO
Products TiVo DVR
Revenue Increase US$406 Million (FY 2014)[1]
Net income
Increase US$271.8 Million (FY 2014)[1]
Number of employees
630 (2014)[1]
Website http://tivo.com/

TiVo headquarters in San Jose, California.
TiVo Inc. is an American corporation whose primary product is the marketing and subscription services for its TiVo branded digital video recorder. TiVo primarily operates in the United States, but also in: Australia, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom and Western Europe.[2]

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4 Litigation
5 See also
6 References
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TiVo Inc. was incorporated on August 4, 1997 as "Teleworld, Inc." by Jim Barton and Mike Ramsay, veterans of Silicon Graphics and Time Warner's Full Service Network digital video system. Originally intending to create a home network device, they later developed the idea to record digitized video on a hard disk.

Teleworld began the first public trials of the TiVo device and service in late 1998 in the San Francisco Bay area.[3] After exhibiting at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 1999, Mike Ramsay announced to the company that the first version of the TiVo digital video recorder would ship on March 31, 1999, despite an estimated four to five months of work remaining to complete the device.

Teleworld, Inc. renamed themselves to TiVo Inc. on July 21, 1999. TiVo Inc. made its IPO (Initial Public Offering) on September 30, 1999.[4] Its first profitable quarter was the second quarter of 2005.[5]

The original TiVo device digitized and compressed analog video from any source (antenna, cable or direct broadcast satellite). In late 2000, Philips Electronics introduced the DSR6000, the first DirecTV receiver with an integrated TiVo DVR. This new device, nicknamed the DirecTiVo, stored digital signals sent from DirecTV directly onto a hard disk.

In early 2000, TiVo partnered with electronics manufacturer Thomson and broadcaster British Sky Broadcasting to deliver the TiVo service in the UK market.[6] This partnership resulted in the Thomson PVR10UK, a stand-alone receiver released in October 2000. In January 2003, After poor sales, TiVo pulled out of the UK market,[7] officially their manufacturing contract expired, however it was more likely because Sky, who were the exclusive distributor of TiVo in the UK, launched their own TiVo-like DVR product called Sky+ which they heavily promoted to their customers.[8] Sky+ is still the dominant DVR product in the UK with 5,005,000 customers using Sky+ HD service in 2013.[9]

In June 2005, veteran media executive Tom Rogers was named president and chief executive officer of TiVo Inc.[10] Rogers, a TiVo board member since 2003, took the reins from TiVo co-founder Mike Ramsay. Under Rogers' leadership, TiVo has transformed itself from just a DVR into a complete in-home broadcast, cable and broadband media hub and an ally to the traditional media businesses with its innovative ad solutions and television measurement services.

In 2006, TiVo, Inc. won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Innovation and Achievement in Advanced Media Technology.[11]

TiVo was again awarded an Emmy in 2013 for Technical and Engineering Achievement for Personalized Recommendation Engines for Video Discovery.[12]

On July 17, 2012, TiVo announced the acquisition of TRA, Inc., an audience measurement company that measures advertising effectiveness. Renamed TiVo Research and Analytics, the service now matches television exposures from 1.5 million TV homes with actual purchase transactions to determine the effectiveness of TV advertising.[13]

On January 29, 2014, TiVo announced the acquisition of Digitalsmiths, a cloud-based content discovery and recommendation service for Pay-TV.[14]

Operating Partnerships[edit]
On November 25, 2009, TiVo re-entered the UK market by announcing a partnership with UK cable company Virgin Media to become the exclusive provider of Set Top Box middleware and user inferface software for Virgin Medias next generation television platform.[15] On November 3, 2010 Virgin Media announced the launch of their first PVR running TiVo software, available in 500GB or 1TB configurations.[16]

By 2012, TiVo services had become a part of 18% of Virgin's TV customer base. By the end of 2013, TiVo reached subscribers in nearly half of Virgin Media‘s 47.1 million homes. In September 2013, Vigin Media became the first pay-TV provider to provide Netflix streaming services, which were integrated into Virgin's service through TiVo set-top boxes.[17]

As of January 2014, TiVo reported having relationships with 18 of the top 25 U.S. operators.[1] All Comcast Xfinity customers using retail TiVo devices have access to Xfinity On Demand. Smaller cable companies in the U.S. and Canada offer TiVo DVRs and TiVo Mini extenders directly to their paid TV customers. These companies include: Atlantic Broadband, Astound Broadband, Blue Ridge Communications, Cable One, GCI, Mediacom, Midcontinent Communications, RCN, Suddenlink, and Wave Broadband.[18]

In 2004, TiVo sued EchoStar Corp, a manufacturer of DVR units, for patent infringement. The parties reached a settlement in 2011 wherein EchoStar paid TiVo a licensing fee for its technology.[19]

On January 19, 2010, Microsoft filed a lawsuit against TiVo, Inc. for patent infringement.[20] Both companies agreed to end their lawsuits in March 2012.[21]

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Major All Stars
Tournament information
Sport Dota 2
Location Kuala Lumpur
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Website falloutgaming.co
Major All Stars is a Dota 2 eSports championship tournament hosted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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2 Tournament history
2.1 Season 1
2.1.1 Results
2.2 Season 2
3 References
Major All Stars is an important recurring eSports tournament,[1] with the first and latest iteration being the largest eSports tournament ever held in South-East Asia,[1] with a base prize pool of $100,000, featuring top international and local teams.

According to the organizer, the purpose of the tournament was to enhance the eSports scene in South East Asia, enabling more local and international companies to invest in the region, allowing the community to be more active and competitive, by using the tournament as a catalyst for growth in the region.[2]

Tournament history[edit]
Season 1[edit]
Main article: Major All Stars Season 1
On 30 December 2014, Fallout Gaming announced the Major All Stars tournament with a starting prize pool of $100,000.[3]

The online qualifiers started on 26 January 2015, with over 391 teams contesting for the two open southeast asian slots.[4]

The LAN finals with the 8 final teams competing took place from 20 to 22 March at Stadium Malawati in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The prize pool was increased from the base $100,000 to $111,979 via ticket purchases, and was split among the teams.[5]

Place Team Prize Money
1 China Invictus Gaming $50,390.55+
2 Russia Team Empire $16,796.85+
3 Sweden Ninjas in Pyjamas $11,197.90+
4 Ukraine Natus Vincere $11,197.90
5-6 Malaysia Invasion eSports $6,718.74+
Malaysia Team Redemption
7-8 Australia Can't Say Wips $4,479.16
Philippines Rave Gaming
Season 2[edit]
According to the organiser Fallout Gaming, Season 2 of Major All Stars is under planning and the "venue will be better" than Stadium Malawati.[6]

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"Romeward Bound"
How I Met Your Mother episode
Episode no. Season 8
Episode 21
Directed by Pamela Fryman
Written by Chuck Tatham
Original air date April 15, 2013
Guest actors
Kyle MacLachlan (George "The Captain" Van Smoot)
Mircea Monroe (Liddy)
Robert Baxt (Bernard)
Mario di Donato (Auctioneer)
Jocelyn Osorio (Bellissima)

Season 8 episodes
The Pre-Nup
Who Wants to Be a Godparent?
The Autumn of Break-Ups
The Stamp Tramp
Twelve Horny Women
Lobster Crawl
The Over-Correction
The Final Page – Part 1
The Final Page – Part 2
Band or DJ?
Ring Up!
P.S. I Love You
Bad Crazy
The Ashtray
Weekend at Barney's
The Fortress
The Time Travelers
Romeward Bound
The Bro Mitzvah
Something Old
Something New
"Romeward Bound" is the 21st episode of the eighth season of the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, and the 181st episode overall.

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4 External links

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The Captain announces he is moving to Rome, and asks Lily to come with him to work as his art consultant for a year. Lily turns him down, reasoning that Marshall is perfectly happy in his current job at Honeywell & Cootes and won't want to move. She discusses this with the gang, who argue that Marshall would be happy at the chance to move to Italy, but Lily stands by her decision. When she visits Marshall at work, she finds most of the office empty and learns that after the case against Gruber Pharmaceuticals, the firm lost a lot of business and he is one of only two workers remaining who spend all day doing nothing. Lily is furious that Marshall has kept the truth from her and tells him of the offer she just turned down. Marshall concurs that he would love to move to Rome and runs off to speak with the Captain. However, when the Captain offers the job again, Lily turns him down.

At the bar, Ted and Barney spot a woman wearing a large puffy coat. The woman, Liddy, attends the same yoga class as Ted and has a body that Ted describes as "ridonkulous". While Barney's schemes for Liddy to remove her coat fail, Robin arrives and reveals that Liddy is Barney and Robin's wedding planner. Robin is also curious about what's underneath the coat and when Liddy goes to the bathroom, Barney bemoans the fact that Marshall isn't present. Barney reasons that because Marshall is firmly attached to someone, women would not be suspicious of his motives. When Robin points out that the same applies to Barney, he hesitantly asks and succeeds at getting Liddy to remove her coat, leaving Robin and Barney astounded by her figure. After Robin and Liddy leave the bar, Ted expresses his concern that Robin will not be happy with Barney's behavior. In response, Barney becomes angry with Ted for presuming that Ted knows more about Robin than he does, and Ted apologizes when he realizes he's overstepped the mark. After Barney gets home that night, he finds Robin waiting for him wearing nothing but the coat, causing him to quickly turn up the thermostat.

Meanwhile, Marshall is excited about moving to Italy when Ted informs him that Lily turned down the job again. When he and Lily talk, she admits that after her bad experiences in San Francisco, she is apprehensive about such a big move, especially since they'll have no friends and can't speak Italian. Marshall assures Lily that she'll be fine and they'll have each other for support. Lily decides to take the job.

Critical reception[edit]
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Donna Bowman of The A.V. Club gave the episode a B−.[1]

Max Nicholson of IGN said the episode explores some intriguing territory between Ted and Barney, while delivering a so-so A story, and in the end he gave the episode a 6.7 out of 10.[2]

TV.com's Bill Kuchman said the episode was one of the "buzzkill episodes at the most unfortunate times" by pointing out recycled plot hooks from earlier in the season.[3]

Alan Sepinwall of Hitfix.com critiqued the episode as a "sampling" of problems that have appeared in the season at the expense of off-the-mark jokes.[4]

Jump up ^ Bowman, Donna (April 15, 2013). "How I Met Your Mother: "Romeward Bound"". avclub.com. Retrieved April 16, 2013.
Jump up ^ Nicholson, Max (April 16, 2013). "How I Met Your Mother: "Romeward Bound" Review". IGN. Retrieved April 16, 2013.
Jump up ^ Kuchman, Bill (April 16, 2013). "How I Met Your Mother "Romeward Bound" Review: Haven't We Seen This One Before?". tv.com. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
Jump up ^ Sepinwall, Alan (April 16, 2013). "Review: How I Met Your Mother - Romeward Bound: The Italian job". hitfix.com. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
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"Romeward Bound" at the Internet Movie Database
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Lake Cootharaba
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This article is about the lake. For the locality, see Cootharaba, Queensland.
Lake Cootharaba
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Location 15km North West of Noosa, Queensland
Coordinates 26.3021°S 152.997°ECoordinates: 26.3021°S 152.997°E
Type reservoir
Primary inflows Noosa River
Primary outflows Noosa River
Basin countries Australia
Max. length 10 km
Average depth 1.5 m
Lake Cootharaba is a lake on the Noosa River within the locality of Noosa North Shore in the Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia.[1][2] It is the gateway to the Everglades, a popular tourist attraction for Noosa, being 20 km away from Noosa. The lake's major access is the town of Boreen Point, as well as the smaller camping-spot of Elanda Point.

Contents [hide]
1 Geography
2 History
3 Attractions
4 Settlements
5 See also
6 References
7 External links
Lake Cootharaba is approximately 10 km long and 5 km wide,[3] at an average depth of 1.5 m. The lake is close to the Pacific Ocean but does not drain directly into it. Instead the Noosa River enters from the north via the Everglades Wetlands and exits at the south via a navigable channel to meet the sea at Noosa Heads 12 km to the southeast. The lake is surrounded by the southern section of the Great Sandy National Park to the north, east and south with farming land to the west.

To the west of the lake are the locations of Como, Boreen Point and Cootharaba with the locality of Ringtail Creek to the south-west. To the east and south of the lake is Noosa North Shore.[2]

Around 1869, a sawmill began operation at Elandra Point and a company town developed around it. Today the Mill Point Settlement Site is a heritage-listed archeological site.[4][5]

The lake is a popular location spot for fishing, sailing, canoeing and other water sports. A number of regattas are held on the lake annually and Boreen Point is home to the Lake Cootharaba Sailing Club.[4]


Main Beach, Boreen Point (Note dark tannin discolouration of the water).
Boreen Point is sited on a raised point of land overlooking the western shores of the lake. The village comprises approximately 150 dwellings in a grid system with several hundred additional dwellings on large blocks of land and small farms in the surrounding area. There are two general stores, several art galleries, lakeside beaches and parkland and the historic Appolonian Hotel. The Shire of Noosa Council operates a popular camping ground on the lake shore on the southern side of the village. A feature of the camping ground is a sandy beach with shallow water that is a popular swimming spot for families and launching point for sailors.

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Portal icon Queensland portal
List of lakes of Australia
Jump up ^ "Lake Cootharaba (entry 8340)". Queensland Place Names. Queensland Government. Retrieved 25 October 2015.
^ Jump up to: a b "Queensland Globe". State of Queensland. Retrieved 23 October 2015.
Jump up ^ "Noosa's scenic hinterland". Sunshine Coast Daily (Sunshine Coast Newspaper Company). 26 May 2008. Retrieved 24 August 2012.
^ Jump up to: a b Michele Sternberg (19 June 2007). "Boreen Point and Cootharaba". Sunshine Coast Daily (Sunshine Coast Newspaper Company). Retrieved 24 August 2012.
Jump up ^ "Mill Point Settlement Site (entry 601280)". Queensland Heritage Register. Queensland Heritage Council. Retrieved 1 August 2014.
External links[edit]
Map of the Cooloola section of the Great Sandy National Park including Lake Cootharaba
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Subject: Conqueyrac

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Date Posted: 06:17:14 01/22/16 Fri

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Coat of arms of Conqueyrac
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Conqueyrac is located in France ConqueyracConqueyrac
Location within Languedoc-Roussillon region [show]
Coordinates: 43°56′51″N 3°54′33″ECoordinates: 43°56′51″N 3°54′33″E
Country France
Region Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées
Department Gard
Arrondissement Le Vigan
Canton Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort
Intercommunality Cévennes-Garrigues
• Mayor (2001–2008) Marc Le Fraper Du Hellen
Area1 27.18 km2 (10.49 sq mi)
Population (2008)2 104
• Density 3.8/km2 (9.9/sq mi)
INSEE/Postal code 30093 / 30170
Elevation 100–368 m (328–1,207 ft)
(avg. 160 m or 520 ft)
1 French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km² (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
2 Population without double counting: residents of multiple communes (e.g., students and military personnel) only counted once.
Conqueyrac is a commune in the Gard department in southern France.

Contents [hide]
1 Population
2 Temperature record
3 See also
4 References
Historical population
Year Pop. ±%
1962 75 —
1968 83 +10.7%
1975 82 −1.2%
1982 123 +50.0%
1990 133 +8.1%
1999 122 −8.3%
2008 104 −14.8%
Temperature record[edit]
Conqueyrac is noted for holding, together with Saint-Christol-lès-Alès, the record for the hottest temperature ever recorded in France. A temperature of 44.1 degrees Celsius was recorded on the 12th of August 2003 - during the 2003 European heat wave.[1]

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Communes of the Gard department
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Bert Haldane
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bert Haldane (1871-1937) was a British film director of the silent era.[1]

Contents [hide]
1 Filmography
1.1 1910
1.2 1911
1.3 1912
1.4 1913
1.5 1914
1.6 1915
1.7 1916
1.8 1917
1.9 1918/1919
1.10 1920
1.11 1922
2 References
3 External links
Filmography - based on IMDb - is complete.[2]

Coals of Fire (1910)
Tried and Found True (1910)
Cast Thy Bread Upon the Waters (1910)
Behind the Scenes (1910)
A Village Love Story (1910)
The Thieves' Decoy (1910)
The Queen of the May (1910)
The Miser's Lesson (1910)
Her Debt of Honour (1910)
Hunger's Curse (1910)
Dora (1910)
Circumstantial Evidence (1910)
All Is Not Gold That Glitters (1910)
Woman vs. Woman (1910)
The Farmer's Two Sons (1910)
A Plucky Kiddie (1910)
A Chum's Treachery (1910)
Right Is Might (1911)
A Girl's Love Letter (1911)
A Fool and His Money (1911)
The Faith Healer (1911)
The Road to Ruin (1911)
The Man Who Kept Silent (1911)
Lottery Ticket No. 66 (1911)
The Silver Lining (1911)
A Touch of Nature (1911)
A Struggling Author (1911)
A Nephew's Artifice (1911)
The Convict's Sister (1911)
The Baby and the Bomb (1911)
Kiddie (1911)
Hilda's Lovers (1911)
For Better or Worse (1911)
Elsie, the Gamekeeper's Daughter (1911)
The Trail of Sand (1911)
The Torn Letter (1911)
Proud Clarissa (1911)
Jack's Sister (1911)
An' Good in the Worst of Us (1911)
Wealthy Brother John (1911)
His Son (1911)
A Burglar for a Night (1911)
The Impediment (1911)
A Bid for Fortune (1911)
The Reclamation of Snarky (1911)
The Broad Arrow (1911)
The Girl at the Lodge
Bill's Temptation
A Night of Peril
The Child Detective
Phoebe of the Inn
Our Bessie
A Girl Alone
The Blind Heroine
His Actress Daughter
Bill's Reformation
The Deception
When Gold Is Dross
The Birthday That Mattered
A Dumb Matchmaker
Was He Justified?
The Disinherited Nephew
Ethel's Danger
The Poacher's Fight for Liberty
The Little Poacher
The Irony of Fate
Pippin Up to His Pranks
Peter Pickles' Wedding
Only an Outcast
Her Better Self
The Trail of the Fatal Ruby
The Reward of Perseverance
The Poacher's Reform
The Eccentric Uncle's Will
His Honour at Stake
Won by a Snapshot
Muriel's Double
A Fight for Life
A Brother's Sacrifice
The Stab of Disgrace
The Fighting Parson
The Draughtman's Revenge
Robert's Lost Supper
Jeff's Downfall
How Vandyck Won His Wife
How Molly and Polly Got Pa's Consent
For Baby's Sake
The Lieutenant's Bride (1912)
Her Sacrifice
Was He a Coward?
The Turning Point
The Interrupted Honeymoon
That Awful Pipe
Mary of Briarwood Dell
Suspicious Mrs. Brown
Peter Tries Suicide
The Price of Deception
Alfred Harding's Wooing
Allan Field's Warning
A Village Scandal
The Debt of Gambling
Zaza the Dancer
When Paths Diverge
Polly the Girl Scout and the Jewel Thieves
Polly the Girl Scout's Timely Aid
Peter Pens Poetry
Luggage in Advance
A Lucky Escape for Dad
Just Like a Mother
Polly the Girl Scout and Grandpa's Medals
The Test
A Double Life
Binks' Wife's Uncle
Uncle as Cupid
Never Forget the Ring
East Lynne
Now She Lets Him Go Out
Little Elsie
Molly's Burglar
In the Shadow of Darkness
Fisherman's Luck
Humanity; or, Only a Jew
Sixty Years a Queen
A Brother's Atonement
The Lure of London
The Last Encampment
By His Father's Orders
Lights of London
Jim the Fireman
The Last Round
As a Man Sows; or, An Angel of the Slums
Your Country Needs You
The German Spy Peril
Their Only Son
His Sister's Honour
Tommy Atkins
Beneath the Mask
Jane Shore
Darkest London: or, The Dancer's Romance
The Rogues of London
Five Nights
Do Unto Others
By the Shortest of Heads
Brigadier Gerard
Poor Clem
Cowboy Clem
The Knut and the Kernel
The Barnstormers
Jack Tar
The Lady Slavey
Some Detectives
Truth and Justice
Men Were Deceivers Ever
A Boy Scout's Dream; or, How Billie Captured the Kaiser
A Birmingham Girl's Last Hope
The Child and the Fiddler
The Ticket-of-Leave Man
The Romance of Lady Hamilton
The Grip of Iron
Mary Latimer, Nun
The Woman and Officer 26
The Winding Road
The Affected Detective
Gipsy Blood
Eliza's Romeo
Auntie's Wedding Present
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East Lynne (1913) Sixty Years a Queen (1913) The Lure of London (1914) Lights of London (1914) By the Shortest of Heads (1915) Tommy Atkins (1915) Jane Shore (1915) The Rogues of London (1915) Brigadier Gerard (1915) Jack Tar (1915) Five Nights (1915) Do Unto Others (1915) Truth and Justice (1916) The Ticket-of-Leave Man (1918) The Romance of Lady Hamilton (1919) Mary Latimer, Nun (1920) The Woman and Officer 26 (1920) The Grip of Iron (1920) The Winding Road (1920)

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Dans ma bulle
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Dans ma bulle
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Studio album by Diam's
Released 06 Feb 2006
Genre Hip hop
Label EMI Music (France)
Dans ma bulle is a 2006 album recorded by the French artist Diam's.

It was the best-selling album of 2006 in France.[1]

Contents [hide]
1 Track listing
2 Personnel
3 Charts
4 References
Track listing[edit]
"Introduction" (Diam's, DJ Maître, Elio, Tefa) – 1:11
"La Boulette (génération nan nan)" (Diam's, DJ Maître, Elio, Skread, Tefa) – 3:51
"Ma France à moi" (Gregory Berthou, Diam's, Tyran) – 4:33
"Feuille blanche" (Diam's, DJ Maître, Elio, Tefa) – 5:19
"Jeune Demoiselle" (Diam's, Dr Swing, Yann Le Men, Luke) – 4:41
"Car tu portes mon nom" (Diam's, DJ Maître, Tefa) – 5:40
"Marine" (Diam's, DJ Maître, Tefa) – 5:40
"Dans ma bulle" (Diam's, Skread) – 5:15
"Par Amour" (Diam's) – 6:43
"Big Up" (Diam's, Street Fabulous) – 5:32
"Confessions nocturnes" (Diam's, DJ Maître, Elio, Tefa, Vitaa) – 6:00
"T.S." (Diam's, DJ Maître, Tefa) – 4:32
"Me Revoilà" (Bardelivien, Brown, Charden, Diam's, Matteoni, Zeano) – 4:46
"Cause à effet" (Diam's, DJ Maître, Tefa) – 5:19
"Petite banlieusarde" (Diam's, Skread) – 6:51
Jerome Albertini – Photography
Chris Athens – Mastering
Amel Bent – Choeurs
Jean Francois Delort – Mixing
Pierrick Devin – Assistant
Jean Pierre Dréau – Engineer, Assistant
Marc Guéroult – Assistant
Richard Huredia – Mixing
Slim Pezin – Guitar
Chart Peak
Belgian (Wallonia) Albums Chart 3
French Albums Chart 1 (3)
Swiss Albums Chart 19
Jump up ^ 2006 Albums Chart, by SNEP Ifop.com (Retrieved February 8, 2008)
Jump up ^ "Dans ma bulle", in French, Belgian and Swiss Albums Chart Lescharts.com (Retrieved February 8, 2008)
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Subject: Lejeune Township

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Date Posted: 06:13:01 01/22/16 Fri

Lejeune Township
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For homonymy, see Lejeune.
The Lejeune Township (Canton Lejeune, in French) is located in the MRC Mekinac Regional County Municipality, in Mauricie, in the Quebec, Canada. Located south of canton Mekinac and west pf Marmier (township), Lejeune township straddles two municipal territories:

The municipality of Sainte-Thècle (north-west). This sector consists of six rows located between the row 1 Trois-Rives and row C-Northern in Sainte-Thècle. The southwestern boundary of the Township (backed Grandes-Piles and Saint-Roch-de-Mékinac) intersects the Archange Lake (Mékinac) and Vlimeux Lake.[1] The southeastern boundary of the township begins at the north end of Lake Traverse (Mékinac) by the road of Lake-of-Jesuit, the southeastern boundary is located between the lake and the Aylwin Lake Traverse (Mékinac). The northern boundary of the township along more or less the western shore of Missionary Lake (southern part), and more distance from the northern part of the lake. The northwestern boundary of the Township cuts "Thom lake".
The "unorganized territory" of Lac-Masketsi, Quebec, located north of the municipality of Lac-aux-Sables. The south-eastern sector of the township is backed by the "rank VI Price" of Lac-aux-Sables, while the northern part of the township is backed "row Southwest Tawachiche" of Marmier (township).
The territory of Lejeune Township depends on two watersheds :

The Batiscanie, Quebec as the area of Lake Jesuit flows into the Rivière des Envies which rises in Lake Traverse (Mékinac) in Sainte-Thècle. This river flows into the Batiscan River in Saint-Stanislas;
The Mekinac River, which is mainly supplied by Mékinac Lake and its main tributary Missionary Lake.
Lejeune township is mostly forest land. Logging has been the engine of the economy of this region. Today, tourist activities are very popular, including resorts, hunting, fishing, water sports, ATVs, snowmobiles, excursions on foot in the forest and climbing some cliffs.

The main roads are :

The "chemin Joseph St. Amant" starting at Route 159 (linking Saint-Tite to Saint-Roch-de-Mékinac) from Lake Roberge and ends at the north end of Lake Jesuitto Sainte-Thècle;
"Chemin du lac" (Lake Road) that connects the Lake Traverse (Mékinac) in Lake Jesuit. While the path connects the Lejeune Township Lake Jesuit to the road of Joseph St. Amant;
The "road to the Missionary Lake", from Hervey-Jonction. This road runs along the west shore of the southern part of Missionary Lake;
The northern "missionary lake" is accessible by road from the town of Saint-Joseph-de-Mékinac in the Municipality of Trois-Rives, Quebec, following northward road of the "Mékinac Lake" 8.5 kilometres (5.3 mi) from the church, and the way "Missionary Lake" on 4.2 kilometres (2.6 mi). In addition, the north side of Missionary Lake North has a limited road 2.9 kilometres (1.8 mi) from the road "Way Missionary lake" because of steep mountains.
The northern part of Canton Lejeune (in territory of Sainte-Thècle) is also available from the Saint-Joseph Road in the village of Saint-Joseph-de-Mékinac in the Municipality of Trois-Rives by the Lejeune Road and Vlimeux Lake.
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2 See also
3 References
4 External links
Already baptized in 1873, the Canton Lejeune was proclaimed on September 4, 1892 in the Gazette officielle du Québec, at the same time than Marmier (township), located in the East. In this township, several lakes evoke the Jesuit missionary Paul Le Jeune Missionary Lake, Lake Jesuit and Lac Le Jeune.[2]

Paul Young was born in 1591 Calvinists parents Chalons-sur-Marne in Champagne (Vitry-le-François, France). He converted to Catholicism at the age of 16 years. In 1632, Paul Le Jeune was appointed superior of the Jesuit mission in Canada. He was assigned to Quebec when David Kirke's group cede the city they occupied since 1629. Upon his arrival in New France, he learned Indian languages and performs several exploration land excursions. In the exercise of his priestly ministry, he devoted himself to writing an annual relationship, which will be sent to France. The Relations of Jesuits in New France is one of the main sources of history. Back in France in 1649, he was appointed Attorney Jesuit mission Canada. He died in Paris in 1664.

The name "Canton Lejeune" was officially registered 4 February 1982 in the register of place names of the Commission de toponymie du Québec (Geographical Names Board of Québec).[3]

See also[edit]
Portal icon Mauricie portal
Portal icon Quebec portal
Portal icon Mauricie portal
Portal icon lakes and streams portal
Maxime Masson
Lake Jesuit
Lake Traverse
Missionary Lake
Rivière des Envies
Batiscan River
Lordship of Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade
Laviolette (electoral district)
Champlain (electoral district)
Mekinac Regional County Municipality
Paul Le Jeune which is related to some geographic names in Sainte-Thècle: Lake Jesuit, lake Lejeune, Lejeune Township, Chemin du Canton Lejeune (road of Lejeune township), and Lac-aux-Sables (sector Hervey-Jonction), with the Missionary Lake.
List of township municipalities in Quebec
Marmier (township)
Canton Mekinac
Jump up ^ The name "Lake Vlimeux" was recognized in 1980 by the Commission de toponymie du Québec (Geographical Names Board of Québec), in replacement of the name "Lac Venomous" which was officially established in 1959 by the Commission de toponymie du Québec
Jump up ^ Names and places of Quebec, the work of the Commission de toponymie du Québec (Geographical Names Board of Québec) published in 1994 and 1996 as an illustrated dictionary printed, and in that of a CD produced by the Micro-Intel in 1997, from this dictionary.
Jump up ^ "Commission de toponymie du Québec (Geographical Names Board of Québec) - Bank of places names".
External links[edit]
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City of Trois-Rives: Official website
Regional County Municipality (RCM) Mekinac: Official website

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Date Posted: 06:12:04 01/22/16 Fri

John Kibet Koech
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John Kibet Koech
Medal record
Men's athletics
Representing Bahrain
Asian Athletics Championships
Gold medal – first place 2015 Wuhan 3000 m s'chase
John Kibet Koech (born 23 August 1995) is a Kenyan-born long-distance runner who competes internationally for Bahrain. He specialises in the 3000 metres steeplechase and was the winner of the event at the 2015 Asian Athletics Championships. His personal best is 8:14.75 minutes, set in 2015.

Koech first began competing at national level in the steeplechase in 2012, running at the national junior championships. He also acted as pacemaker at the Herculis meeting that year.[1] The following year he won at the Kenyan Athletics Championships, but placed tenth at the national trial event for the 2013 World Championships in Athletics. His best performance of the year was a personal best of 8:16.96 minutes at the DN Galan, where he placed sixth – this time ranked him twentieth in the world for the event that season.[2]

Koech switched his international eligibility to Bahrain in September 2013. In the 2014 season he competed extensively on the track and field circuit. He was runner-up to Jacob Araptany at the Golden Grand Prix in Japan,[3] then had a season's best of 8:19.99 minutes in Bydgoszcz, which ultimately placed him in the top-25 in the year's world lists, as well as second in the world junior category lists.[4][5] On the 2014 IAAF Diamond League circuit he was tenth at the Athletissima meeting and 13th at the Herculis meeting.[6] As the second highest ranked Asian runner, after Abubaker Ali Kamal of Qatar (another Kenyan emigrant), he was selected to represent the region at the 2014 IAAF Continental Cup, where he placed fifth.[7]

At the 2015 Arab Athletics Championships, held in Bahrain, he missed out on a steeplechase medal behind African opposition, taking fourth.[8] A month later at the IAAF World Challenge Beijing he gave a stronger performance with a personal best of 8:14.75 minutes for third place.[9] His first major title followed shortly after at the 2015 Asian Athletics Championships where he was the steeplechase gold medallist, succeeding his compatriot and fellow former Kenyan Tareq Mubarak Taher.[10]

International competitions[edit]
Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
2014 IAAF Continental Cup Marrakech, Morocco 5th 3000 m s'chase 8:28.96
2015 Arab Championships Isa Town, Bahrain 4th 3000 m s'chase 8:31.35
Asian Championships Wuhan, China 1st 3000 m s'chase 8:27.03
World Championships Beijing, China 15th (h) 3000 m s'chase 8:38.62
Jump up ^ John Kibet Koech. IAAF. Retrieved on 2015-06-06.
Jump up ^ 3000 Metres Steeplechase - men - senior - outdoor - 2013. IAAF. Retrieved on 2015-06-06.
Jump up ^ Back-to-back wins for Gatlin. The Hindu (2014-05-12). Retrieved on 2015-06-06.
Jump up ^ 3000 Metres Steeplechase - men - senior - outdoor - 2014. IAAF. Retrieved on 2015-06-06.
Jump up ^ 3000 Metres Steeplechase - men - junior - outdoor - 2014. IAAF. Retrieved on 2015-06-06.
Jump up ^ Athletics - John Kibet KOECH. The Sports. Retrieved on 2015-06-06.
Jump up ^ John Kibet Koech. IAAF. Retrieved on 2015-06-06.
Jump up ^ ALGÉRIE AU 19 EME. CHAMPIONNAT PANARABES D’ATHLÉTISME BAHREÏN / MANAMA 24 - 27/04/2015. Algeria Athletics Stats. Retrieved on 2015-05-04.
Jump up ^ Ayodi, Ayumba (2015-05-20). Kipketer, Ndiku reign supreme in Beijing. The Daily Nation. Retrieved on 2015-06-06.
Jump up ^ Vikas Gowda, Lalita Win Gold at Asian Athletics Championships. NDTV Sports (2015-05-06). Retrieved on 2015-06-06.
External links[edit]
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The prison building still has the appearance of a Mannerist cloister.
Brygidki is the building of a former Bridgettine nunnery in Lviv, Ukraine.

It was founded in 1614 at the behest of Anna Fastkowska and Anna Poradowska for girls from noble families. After the Partition of Poland the Austrian administration decided to secularise the convent. In 1784 the Brygidki building was turned into a prison, where death sentences would be carried out on a regular basis until the 1980s.

Taken over by the Soviet Union after Soviet invasion of Poland in 1939, the prison was one of three sites of mass murder of political prisoners by NKVD in Ukraine in June 1941 as the Soviets were retreating before the Nazi German invasion. Approximately 7,000 prisoners - primarily Poles and Ukrainians - died in Lviv in that event.

Amongst those who perished on June 30, 1941, was Fr. Zynoviy Kovalyk, whom the NKVD arrested in December for the sermon he gave on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (December 8). While they shot the rest of the prisoners, they decided to treat Fr. Kovalyk like his Lord by crucifying him in front of his fellow prisoners. When German troops had conquered Lviv, many people hastened to the prison in the hope of finding their relatives. According to witnesses, the most terrible sight was that of seeing the priest nailed to the prison wall. Even worse, someone had slit his belly open and placed a dead human fetus inside of it.

The prison courtyard still contains a Baroque chapel from the former convent. There are plans to shut down the infamous prison or to move it out of the city.

Notable prisoners[edit]
Omelian Pleshkewycz (1919)
Naftali Botwin (1925)
Kazimierz Bartel (1941)
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Subject: Klaas Ooms

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Date Posted: 06:09:35 01/22/16 Fri

Klaas Ooms
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Klaas Ooms
Personal information
Date of birth 9 June 1917
Place of birth Amsterdam, Netherlands
Date of death 17 January 1970 (aged 52)
Playing position Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps† (Gls)†
DWV Amsterdam
National team
Netherlands 0 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (goals)
Klaas Ooms (9 June 1917 - 17 January 1970) was a Dutch football forward who played for the Netherlands in the 1938 FIFA World Cup.[1] He also played for DWV Amsterdam.

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Subject: Context-sensitive language

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Date Posted: 06:08:32 01/22/16 Fri

Context-sensitive language
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"Context-dependent" redirects here. For the type of memory, see Context-dependent memory.
In theoretical computer science, a context-sensitive language is a formal language that can be defined by a context-sensitive grammar (and equivalently by a noncontracting grammar). That is one of the four types of grammars in the Chomsky hierarchy.

Contents [hide]
1 Computational properties
2 Examples
3 Properties of context-sensitive languages
4 See also
5 References
Computational properties[edit]
Computationally, a context-sensitive language is equivalent with a linear bounded nondeterministic Turing machine, also called a linear bounded automaton. That is a non-deterministic Turing machine with a tape of only kn cells, where n is the size of the input and k is a constant associated with the machine. This means that every formal language that can be decided by such a machine is a context-sensitive language, and every context-sensitive language can be decided by such a machine.

This set of languages is also known as NLINSPACE or NSPACE(O(n)), because they can be accepted using linear space on a non-deterministic Turing machine.[1] The class LINSPACE (or DSPACE(O(n))) is defined the same, except using a deterministic Turing machine. Clearly LINSPACE is a subset of NLINSPACE, but it is not known whether LINSPACE=NLINSPACE.[2]

One of the simplest context-sensitive, but not context-free languages is L = \{ a^nb^nc^n : n \ge 1 \}: the language of all strings consisting of n occurrences of the symbol "a", then n "b"'s, then n "c"'s (abc, aabbcc, aaabbbccc, etc.). A superset of this language, called the Bach language,[3] is defined as the set of all strings where "a", "b" and "c" (or any other set of three symbols) occurs equally often (aabccb, baabcaccb, etc.) and is also context-sensitive.[4][5]

Another example of a context-sensitive language that is not context-free is L = { ap : p is a prime number }. L can be shown to be a context-sensitive language by constructing a linear bounded automaton which accepts L. The language can easily be shown to be neither regular nor context free by applying the respective pumping lemmas for each of the language classes to L.

An example of recursive language that is not context-sensitive is any recursive language whose decision is an EXPSPACE-hard problem, say, the set of pairs of equivalent regular expressions with exponentiation.

Properties of context-sensitive languages[edit]
The union, intersection, concatenation of two context-sensitive languages is context-sensitive; the Kleene plus of a context-sensitive language is context-sensitive.[6]
The complement of a context-sensitive language is itself context-sensitive[7] a result known as the Immerman–Szelepcsényi theorem.
Membership of a string in a language defined by an arbitrary context-sensitive grammar, or by an arbitrary deterministic context-sensitive grammar, is a PSPACE-complete problem.
See also[edit]
Linear bounded automaton
Chomsky hierarchy
Indexed languages – a strict subset of the context-sensitive languages
Weir hierarchy
Jump up ^ Rothe, Jörg (2005), Complexity theory and cryptology, Texts in Theoretical Computer Science. An EATCS Series, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, p. 77, ISBN 978-3-540-22147-0, MR 2164257.
Jump up ^ Odifreddi, P. G. (1999), Classical recursion theory. Vol. II, Studies in Logic and the Foundations of Mathematics 143, Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Co., p. 236, ISBN 0-444-50205-X, MR 1718169.
Jump up ^ Pullum, Geoffrey K. (1983). Context-freeness and the computer processing of human languages. Proc. 21st Annual Meeting of the ACL.
Jump up ^ Bach, E. (1981). "Discontinuous constituents in generalized categorial grammars". NELS, vol. 11, pp. 1–12.
Jump up ^ Joshi, A.; Vijay-Shanker, K.; and Weir, D. (1991). "The convergence of mildly context-sensitive grammar formalisms". In: Sells, P., Shieber, S.M. and Wasow, T. (Editors). Foundational Issues in Natural Language Processing. Cambridge MA: Bradford.
Jump up ^ John E. Hopcroft, Jeffrey D. Ullman (1979). Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and Computation. Addison-Wesley.; Exercise 9.10, p.230. In the 2003 edition, the chapter on context-sensitive languages has been omitted.
Jump up ^ Immerman, Neil (1988). "Nondeterministic space is closed under complementation" (PDF). SIAM J. Comput. 17 (5): 935–938. doi:10.1137/0217058.
Sipser, M. (1996), Introduction to the Theory of Computation, PWS Publishing Co.
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Subject: Inverdruie

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Date Posted: 06:07:33 01/22/16 Fri

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Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Dhrùidh
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Coordinates: 57.175°N 3.816°W

Inverdruie (Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Dhrùidh) is a small rural hamlet, that lies 2 miles southeast of Aviemore, in the strath of the River Spey, in the west Cairngorms National Park, in Badenoch and Strathspey, Inverness-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland.

The single track B970 B road which connects Kingussie to Aviemore passes Inverdruie.

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Subject: Brentwood School (Sandersville)

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Date Posted: 06:06:41 01/22/16 Fri

Brentwood School (Sandersville)
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Brentwood School is an independent school in Sandersville Brentwood School houses 15 grades in three different buildings throughout campus, K-3, K-4, and Kindergarten are found in the Lucy Nell Smith building. Grades 1-6 are found in the Linton Hall Building and grades 7-8 and 9-12 are all housed in the Upper School Building.

Type Private
Head of School Layne Brenick
Mascot Eagle
School Colors Blue, White, and Gold
Enrollment 349 Students
Grades K-3 - 12th Grade
Established 1969
Location 725 Linton Road, Sandersville, Georgia 31082
Contact (478)-552-5136
Website www.brentwoodschool.org
The school offters 9 sports which include; baseball, basketball, football, tennis, track and field, competitive cheerleading, softball, cross country, and golf. The school competes in the Georgia Independent School Association and is in classification AA. The Eagles are competitive in all of teir sports and have recently won 2 state championships in the past year in Girls Cross Country and Girls Track and Field.
The school offers 10 extracurricular activities; Anchor Club, Beta Club, Debate, Drama, Interact Club, Leo Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Giving Back Service Organization, Literary, and National Honor Society. The Literary team recently placed 2nd overall at the state competition earlier this school year.

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Subject: Ivanauskiella

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Date Posted: 06:04:25 01/22/16 Fri

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Phylum: Arthropoda
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Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Gelechiidae
Genus: Ivanauskiella
Ivinskis & Piskunov, 1980[1]
Ivanauskiella is a genus of moth in the family Gelechiidae.

Ivanauskiella psamathias (Meyrick, 1895)
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Subject: Gustav Schreck

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Date Posted: 06:03:26 01/22/16 Fri

Gustav Schreck
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Gustav Ernst Schreck (born 8 September 1849 in Zeulenroda; died 22 January 1918 in Leipzig) was a German music teacher, composer and choirmaster of St. Thomas School, Thomasschule zu Leipzig, in Leipzig from 1893 to 1918.

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1 Life
2 Works (selection)
3 Literature
4 Documents
5 See also
6 References
7 External links
8 External links
Schreck was born in 1849, the son of a hosier, which was at that time a usual profession in the region of Vogtland where his family lived. The children were required to actively contribute to the maintenance of the family household. The monotonous activity was interspersed with singing while performing works in the Schreck home. The musical abilities of the young Gustav were encouraged by early piano lessons. From 1863 to 1867 he attended the teacher training college in Greiz and was a member of the student choir. Upon completion of training, he worked temporarily as a village schoolmaster in Gommla and Remptendorf, Germany. In 1868 he moved to Leipzig to study music and other subjects at the Conservatory in that city with the Thomas cantor Ernst Friedrich Richter. In 1870, the 21-year old joined his brother in Vyborg, Finland, where he taught music at the German School for four years. He returned to Leipzig in 1874 and took up work as a freelance composer and musician. Soon thereafter he married the poet Emmy Krohn.

He composed chamber music and individual choral pieces. During this time, two oratorios emerged: King Fjalar (to an original text by Johan Ludvig Runeberg) and Christ, the Risen One, to a text written by his wife. The first performances in the Gewandhaus were extremely well received. In 1887 he was asked to take on a position as a teacher of music theory and composition at the Conservatory founded by Felix Mendelssohn, where he remained as a teacher until his retirement in 1917.

In May 1892, the Thomaskantor Wilhelm Rust died, and Schreck was appointed as his successor the following year. He was aware of the responsibility that this “most eminient cantor's position in the world” brought with it. With great diligence, he brought his teaching skills, his great theoretical knowledge and his knowledge of the Leipzig music scene to the task.

The working conditions at St. Thomas were exemplary after the move into a new school building (1877). The schoolmaster was Franz Emil Jungmann, an educated and open-minded music enthusiast.

The musical activities in the St. Thomas and St. Nicholas churches strengthened under Schreck with works by Johann Sebastian Bach being performed along with those of other former Thomas cantors. Gustav Schreck started a series of choir books, and on the occasion of the 700th anniversary of the St. Thomas School in 1912, a concert with compositions exclusively by Thomas cantors ranging back to Georg Rhau was given. The choir took on more ambitious task, participating in the performance of choral symphonic works at the Gewandhaus, and its New Year's concerts became an annual highlight of the Gewandhaus season.

The artistic quality of the performances under Schreck rose - his work was recognized, among other things, by the title of professor (1898) and by an honorary doctorate awarded in 1909 by Leipzig University. Gustav Schreck dedicated the motet The Lord is my shepherd to Rector Jungmann’s 25th work anniversary (1906). The festival cantatas to celebrate the 500-year anniversary of the University (1909) and the 700-year anniversary of the Schola Thomana are commissions that bear witness to the appreciation of Schreck as a composer. The texts of the cantatas where written by his wife, who also painted portraits of former Thomas cantors that can still be viewed today in the rehearsal hall of Thomas alumnates.

As Thomaskantor, Schreck was not satisfied with the replacement of historical instruments by modern ones, he led the acquisition or the replica of oboe d'amore, Clarin trumpets and other instruments of the Bach Orchestra. He did not shy from performing the cantatas in their entirety and continued the practice of his predecessor and Bach researcher Rust to give the soprano and alto solo parts to members of the Thomas Choir.

In 1900, Gustav Schreck became one of the founding members of the New Bach Society. The Bach festivals of this society have been held with the regular participation of St. Thomas to this day.

In 1887, Schreck became teacher of composition and music theory at the Leipzig Conservatory. From 1901, he served as the secretary of the New Bach Society. In 1909 he wrote a cantata to celebrate the 500-year anniversary of the University. In appearance, he also appeared as an arranger of folksongs for 1906 published Volksliederbuch for male chorus ("Emperor Songbook").

Under Schreck's direction, the St. Thomas Boys Choir was no longer heard only in the St. Thomas St. Nicholas Churches in Leipzig, but increasingly also in concerts in the Leipzig Gewandhaus. His compositions are characterized by a prevailing contrapuntal technique and singable vocal lines. He largely avoided the influence of Wagner and later Reger.

He was Knight 1st Class of the Albert Order. [1]

On January 22, 1918 Prof. Dr. Gustav Ernst Schreck died in Leipzig at the age of 68. He is buried at the Südfriedhof cemetery in Leipzig. His grave has been preserved to this day and can still be visited. An inscription on the stone ℳreads: May the eternal light illuminate you.

Works (selection)[edit]

King Fjalar
Christ, the Risen One
Other church music

Psalm 13, Lord, O Lord, how long!
I. Lament. How long, O Lord? Will you forget me forever?
II. Appeal. Give light to my eyes
III. Confidence. But I trusted
Psalm 23, The Lord is my shepherd for alto solo and seven voice choir
Lord have mercy on me. To words from Psalm 25 for solo voices and four-part choir
Turn us, God of our salvation (Psalm 85, verses 5-8) for solo quartet and four-part choir.
How should I receive you. Advent Motet
God with us. In the name of God we go for four to five-part choir
The day decreases. For seven-part choir
Chamber music

Sonata op.9 for bassoon and piano
Sonata op.13 for oboe and piano
Ulrich Room (ed.): Gustav Schreck: Song motets and psalms. Chor archive. Music of Thomas Cantor in Leipzig. Bärenreiter, Kassel 1993 BA6941.
Martin Petzoldt (ed.): St. Thomas in Leipzig. Protestant publishing house, Leipzig 2000, ISBN 3-374-01842-4.
Letters of Gustav Schreck are held by the Leipzig music publisher CF Peters in Staatsarchiv Leipzig.

See also[edit]
List of German classical composers
High jump↑ Gottlieb Tesmer, Walther Müller: Ehrentafel der Thomasschule zu Leipzig. Die Lehrer und Abiturienten der Thomasschule zu Leipzig 1912–1932. On behalf of the Thomanerbundes, Selbstverlag, Leipzig 1934, p. 17.
External links[edit]
Works by and about Gustav Schreck in the catalogue of the German National Library
Sheet music and audio files from Gustav Schreck in the International Music Score Library Project
External links[edit]
Free scores by Gustav Schreck at the International Music Score Library Project
The Mutopia Project has compositions by Gustav Schreck
Authority control
WorldCat VIAF: 5118943 LCCN: nr89013884 ISNI: 0000 0001 0950 4924 GND: 117033634 BNF: cb14815178q (data) MusicBrainz: 9a44fd22-c81a-4fce-a7ad-f29a6f7ecd8a
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Subject: I Spit on Your Rave

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Date Posted: 06:02:17 01/22/16 Fri

I Spit on Your Rave
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I Spit on Your Rave
I Spit on Your Rave promtional poster.jpg
2009 promotional poster
Directed by Chris Boyle
Written by Chris Boyle
Starring Noel Fielding
Warp Films
Distributed by Warp Films (trailer)
Running time
3 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
I Spit on Your Rave was the title for a planned 2010 film production by Film4 and Warp Films, who in 2009 released a trailer to promote their mockumentary zombie comedy horror film starring Noel Fielding.[1] It was written and directed by Chris Boyle, and recorded during the 2009 Big Chill Music Festival,[2] at an event recorded by Guinness Book of World Records for breaking the record for "Most Amount of Zombies Captured on Camera".[3][4][5]

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2 Post-production
3 Plot
4 Reception
5 See also
6 References
7 External links

The undead mingle with the living at The Big Chill
Filmed in Herefordshire at Eastnor Castle Deer Park,[6] I Spit on Your Rave was filmed partly in an attempt to break the world record for "Most Amount of Zombies Captured on Camera". People attending the Big Chill Festival on 6 August 2009,[7] were encouraged to come dressed as zombies as part of the attempt.[8] For those who wished to take part but did not arrive in costume, make-up "Zombification Stations" were set up at arena entrances.[9] Though many more were alleged to have taken part,[3] the record was officially broken when 4,026 people were counted as zombies for the film.[10][11][12]

Though announced for a 2010 premiere,[4] a completed feature film was never released, but on 30 October 2012 it was reported that the I Spit on Your Rave film was being re-developed as a six-part TV series for the E4 television channel.[13]

During the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, a virus was released which causes a zombie uprising which decimates humanity. In the year 2018, six years after civilization is destroyed and with few humans left, the King of the Zombies (Noel Fielding) organizes a music festival to keep the zombie horde entertained after the zombie apocalypse.

Quiet Earth wrote: "Of all the creative ways to exploit the zombie genre, I Spit on Your Rave has got be up there with the best of them", offering that the film would not appeal to everyone and may well annoy many.[14]

See also[edit]
I Spit on Your Grave
Shaun of the Dead
Return of the Living Dead: Rave from the Grave
List of zombie short films and undead-related projects
Jump up ^ Brown, Todd (July 17, 2009). "Noel Fielding To Be Crowned Zombie King At Big Chill Festival". Twitch Film. Retrieved October 19, 2013.
Jump up ^ Llewellyn, Gareth (July 16, 2009). "Mighty Boosh's Noel Fielding in zombie record challenge". The Independent. Retrieved October 19, 2013.
^ Jump up to: a b Olvier, Dan (2013). Zombies A-Z. John Blake Publishing. ISBN 1843588706.
^ Jump up to: a b I Spit on Your Rave Staff (6 June 2009). "I Spit on Your Rave" (Official Site). Archived from the original on 26 February 2012. Retrieved 5 November 2012.
Jump up ^ The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 21. Running Press. 2010. p. 90. ISBN 0762439971.
Jump up ^ Kadri, Anisa (July 17, 2009). "Noel Fielding eyes zombie record". Digital Spy. Retrieved October 19, 2013.
Jump up ^ staff (July 17, 2009). "Noel Fielding To Play The Zombie King In 'I Spit On Your Rave'". Flicks News. Retrieved October 18, 2013.
Jump up ^ Woerner, Meredith (June 10, 2009). "The Zombie Party After The End Of The World Needs Your Help". IO9. Retrieved October 18, 2013.
Jump up ^ staff (July 16, 2009). "Be Part of History and Join Film4 and Warp Film's 'I Spit on Your Rave'". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved October `9, 20`13. Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
Jump up ^ "World record for biggest zombie gathering set at festival". Daily Telegraph. 7 August 2009. Retrieved 11 August 2009.
Jump up ^ Lang, Robert (7 August 2009). "Zombies have a monster mash-up...It's a rave-yard smash at The Big Chill Festival". Daily Mail. Retrieved 11 August 2009.
Jump up ^ staff (2011). Guinness World Records 2011. Random House LLC. p. 212. ISBN 0440423104.
Jump up ^ Munn, Patrick (October 30, 2012). "E4 Re-Developing Chris Boyle’s Zombie Movie ‘I Spit On Your Rave’ As Weekly Series". TVWise. Retrieved November 11, 2012.
Jump up ^ Orange, Agent (August 10, 2009). "Trailer for undead music festival mockumentary I SPIT ON YOUR RAVE". Quiet Earth. Retrieved October 18, 2013.
External links[edit]
Official website at the Wayback Machine (archived February 26, 2012)
Official trailer at Vimeo
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