Dominic Carmon: Dominic Carmon (December 13, 1930) is a Roman Catholic bishop. A native of Opelousas, Louisiana, entered the Society of the Divine Word in 1946, being ordained on February 2, 1960.
PKP class SM02: The locomotive's designing started in 1947 on the basis of pre-war German OMZ122 shunter.[3] SM02 was finally designed in the beginnings of the 1950s and the production started in 1952 in Fablok, Chrzanów. Before 1960 those locomotives were named Lo1xx in PKP, where xx stands for numbers. Those machines did not find much of use in PKP, mainly because of poor performance features.
Percy Cerutty: The eccentric Australian pioneered a home-spun system of 'Stotan' training, embracing a holistic regime of natural diets, hard training in natural surrounds, and mental stimulation.
Whittier Narrows: Whittier Narrows Dam is a flood control and water conservation project constructed and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District. Construction of the project was completed in 1957. The project is located, as its name implies, at the "Whittier Narrows". The Whittier Narrows are a natural gap in the hills that form the southern boundary of the San Gabriel Valley. The Rio Hondo and the San Gabriel River flow through this gap and are impounded by the reservoir. The Pomona (60) Freeway passes through the reservoir flood control basin and the San Gabriel River (605) Freeway passes along the eastern boundary of the basin. Authorization for the project construction is contained in the Flood Control Act of 18 August 1941 (PL 77-228) and the initial funds for construction were provided in the 1949 Appropriations Bill.
Easter Road, Edinburgh: Easter Road is a main road in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. It links Leith with Abbeyhill.
Clyde-built Ship Database: The Clyde-built Ship Database is a free to use record of over 22,000 ships built on the River Clyde in Scotland. The extent of information varies from ship to ship (additional information is being continually added by a team of voluntary editors. The records can be easily searched from a standard search page.
Lockerbie: The Story and the Lessons: Lockerbie, the Story, and the Lessons, is a book by aviation security expert Rodney Wallis on the Pan Am 103 Lockerbie bombing case; specifically, the civil litigation trial brought by surviving family members against the now defunct Pan American World Airways.
Ninai Games: Ninai Games is a video game developer. Ninai Games developed puzzle game, Rampage Puzzle Attack for the Gameboy Advance.
Visitor attractions in the Dominican Republic: This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total.
Ibiúna: Coordinates: 23°39′23″S, 47°13′21″W Ibiúna is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The population in 2004 is 72,181 and the area is 1062.1 km². The elevation is 860 m. This place name comes from the Tupi language.
Mythology/Intro: The word mythology (from the Greek μυθολογία "story-telling", from μῦθος muthos, "story, legend", and λόγος logos, "account , speech") refers to any body or cycle of myths – stories linked to the spiritual or religious life in the oral tradition of a particular culture, which often involve supernatural events or characters to explain the nature of the universe and humanity. Mythology is also branch of knowledge dealing with the collection, study and interpretation of myths or fables. A myth consists of irreducible plot elements identified as archetypes or mythemes and is not identical to any specific wording or retelling. C. S. Lewis identified Mythopoeia as an art form distinct from literature or poetry.
Herbert Bösch: He studied sociology and politology at the University of Konstanz. After finishing his studies he was employed in the administration of the federal state capital Bregenz. From 1989 to 1994 he was Member of the Federal Council of Austria (Bundesrat) for the Social Democratic Party of Austria (SPÖ), then Member of the National Council of Austria (Nationalrat) until he became MEP.
Works by Hermann Hesse: This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.
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Yue Minjun: He has shown work internationally in many exhibitions including the 5th Shanghai Biennale, Mahjon at Kunstmuseum Bern and Xianfeng! at Museum Beelden aan Zee [3] in the Netherlands. He is represented by Art Beatus [4] in Vancouver and Chinese Contemporary [5] in Beijing and London. His piece 'Execution' became the most expensive work ever by a Chinese contemporary artist, when sold in 2007 for £2.9 million pounds (US $5.9 million) at London's Sotheby's. Until it's sale at Sotheby's Hong Kong in 2007, this painting had been owned by Trevor Simon, a junior investment banker who bought it with about a third of his salary while working in the region. Simon kept this painting in storage for 10 years as required by the conditions of sale. [6] Chinese painting sets sales record at London auction. Retrieved Oct 14, 2007</ref>. The record sale took place week after his painting 'Massacre of Chios' sold at the Hong Kong Sotheby's for nearly $4.1 million.[7] 'Massacre of Chios' shares its name with a painting of the same name, by Eugène Delacroix, depicting the 1822 event in Greek history.
Stay with You: "Stay With You" is the first track on the Goo Goo Dolls' eighth studio album, Let Love In. The song is the second single released from the album, following "Better Days". It was released along with a rerelease of the track "'Iris'" originally from "Dizzy Up the Girl"
New Castle Subdivision: The New Castle Subdivision is a railroad line owned and operated by CSX Transportation in the U.S. states of Pennsylvania ond Ohio. The line runs from New Castle, Pennsylvania west to Greenwich, Ohio[1] along a former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad line.
Bed and breakfast: Through the 1980s and 1990s, B&Bs increased rapidly in numbers and evolved from homestay B&Bs with shared baths and a simple furnishings to beautifully renovated historic mansions with luxurious décor and amenities. The next big change started in the mid 1990s when the Internet became a major marketing force, making it affordable for innkeepers to promote their properties worldwide. At present, travelers research and book B&B online, checking out detailed photos, videos, and reviews. B&Bs are found in all states, in major cities and remote rural areas, occupying everything from modest cottages to opulent mansions, and in restored structures from schools to cabooses to churches.
Calford Green: Calford Green is a small hamlet situated 0.5 miles south of Kedington and two miles east of Haverhill in south-west Suffolk, United Kingdom.
Loretta Devine: Devine plays Patti on Eli Stone, an ABC television series which began airing in 2008.
Trophy property: Valuation of trophy property for Federally-financed land acquisitions is unique among appraisal assignments in that the supplimental standards proffered by many (but not all) Federal agencies require that comparable transactions used for valuation be limited to those with an economic use and not those which were acquired solely for preservation purposes[4]. This led to a debate within the appraisal community over the concept of economic use and the appropriateness of using these supplimental standards for other types of valuation. Kinnard and Mundy (1999) addressed this problem with their widely-cited Appraisal Journal article on the subject[5]. Currently, only acquisitions by a certain Federal agencies must adhere to this supplimental appraisal standard.
19th century in Egypt: This category contains only the following page. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Steve Arnold (footballer): Stephen Frank Arnold (born January 5, 1951) was an English professional footballer, playing as a midfielder. He was born in Willesden, London.
Iacomo Andrea: Luca Pacioli wrote that Andrea was almost like a brother to Leonardo da Vinci.
James S. Parker: James Southworth Parker (June 3, 1867 - December 19, 1933) was a United States Representative from New York. Born in Great Barrington, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, he attended the public schools and was graduated from Cornell University in 1887. He taught at St. Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire in 1887 and moved to Salem, Washington County, New York in 1888 and taught at St. Paul's School at Salem. He engaged in agricultural pursuits in 1888 and was also interested in breeding harness racing horses. He was a member of the New York State Assembly in 1904, 1905, and from 1908 to 1912, and was elected as a Republican to the Sixty-third and to the ten succeeding Congresses, holding office from March 4, 1913 until his death in Washington, D.C. in 1933. While in the House, he was chairman of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce during the Sixty-ninth through Seventy-first Congresses. Interment was in Evergreen Cemetery, Salem.
Sudokuro: Sudokuro is an puzzle game for the Nintendo DS by Craze. Sudokuro features two addictive, entertaining puzzle games in one: Sudoku and Kakuro. These fun puzzles put your logic, reasoning and mathematical skills to the test. Each game features three levels of difficulty, so players of all abilities can join in on the fun. Enter your answers by writing them with the stylus or use buttons to add them in.
Tire bead: It is common amongst drivers of off-road vehicles to decrease the air pressure in their tires.[who?] This makes the tread of the tire spread out, creating more surface area for the tire's tread to grip the terrain. If the pressure is too low there may not be enough pressure to keep the bead on the wheel thus causing the bead to pop off the wheel. This is often referred to as "losing a bead". Beadlocks, which clamp the bead on the wheel, are often used in this case.
Solomon Marcus Schiller-Szinessy: This article incorporates text from the 1901–1906 Jewish Encyclopedia, a publication now in the public domain.
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