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Millonarios footballers: This category contains footballers to have played for Colombian club Millonarios past and present.
La Ley que olvidaron: La Ley que olvidaron is a 1938 Argentine musical film drama directed by José A. Ferreyra. The film premiered in Buenos Aires.
Cavanillesia: Cavanillesia is a genus of flowering plant in the Malvaceae family. It contains the following species (list may not be complete):
Sound System Records: Sound System Records is an Australian independent record label that is probably best known for being the label of prominent Australian ska outift The Porkers. Sound System's artists currently include The Porkers and Los Capitanes, the rising star of Canberra's fledgling ska scene, amongst others. As of February 23, 2007, the label has totalled 30 releases.
Vuelve Candy B.: In 1992 at the age of four, Vuelve Candy B. continued his dominance by winning 14 out of 15 races. Among them were the Clasico Eugenio Maria de Hostos, the Clasico Dia de las Madres, the Clasico Antonio R Barcelo, the Clasico Dia de La Raza and the Clasico Dia del Veterano. He lost his last race of the year in the Cofraternity Cup to By Pass, a Panamanian horse.
Nirad C. Chaudhuri: In 1938, he got a job as the secretary to Sarat Chandra Bose, a famous political leader during the freedom movement in India. As a result he was able to interact with the then renowned political leadership of India -- Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and the more famous brother of Sarat Chandra Bose - Subhas Chandra Bose, the future Netaji. This resulting familiarity with the workings of the inner circle of Indian politics led him to be skeptical about its eventual progress, and he became progressively disillusioned about the ability of Indian political leadership to chart a new course for India's future.
iRed Lite: At the moment, iRed Lite is free, however the creator has plans to change to shareware license to help development, with a planned cost of $10.
John Drainie Award: Unlike other awards which are voted on by the Academy's board of directors, the recipient of the John Drainie Award is selected by a committee of previous winners. Any branch of the Academy's Television Division may put forth nominations to the Drainie Committee for consideration. The recipient receives a plaque with Drainie's likeness rather than a Gemini statuette. It was presented posthumously on some occasions but current ACTRA policy is to present this award to living people.
Prison Policy Initiative: PPI published the first empirical, district-by-district analysis of the effects of Census Bureau methodology which counts prisoners as residents of towns containing prisons, not their pre-incarceration addresses, and has since been the leading critic of the practice (which it calls "prisoner miscount") and the distortion of equal representation it causes. Executive director Peter Wagner has testified on the issue before the National Academies and the New York State Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Apportionment. The Census Bureau's scientific advisors at the United States National Research Council have now recommended that the Bureau begin to collect prisoners' home address information, and the New York Times editorial board has repeatedly supported PPI's calls for reform.[2] Once an unknown issue, the problem of prisoner miscount has now been identified as "the most controversial issue for the 2010 census."[3]
Helichrysum sp. nov. D: Helichrysum sp. nov. D is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family. It is found only in Yemen. Its natural habitat is rocky areas.
Drepana: Drepana (Latin: Drepanum; Greek: Drepanon, sing., Drepana, pl.), a harbour-town on the west-coast of Sicily, was the site of a crushing Roman defeat by the Carthaginians, in 249 BC.
Ceirt: Ceirt (queirt) ᚊ is a letter of the Ogham alphabet, transcribed as Q. It expresses the Primitive Irish labiovelar phoneme. The 14th century Auraicept na n-Éces glosses the name as aball, meaning "apple tree". Its phonetic value is [kʷ].
Louisville Metro Police Department: A Louisville-based CBS affiliate station reported in November 2006 that an anonymous employee of the Louisville Metro Police Department revealed to them that the department knew of at least 69 different gang "sets" with an estimated 2,000 members in Louisville. The confidential data was part of a database kept by the Gang Intelligence Unit in 2003, prior to it being disbanded. Two months prior to the revelation of this information, a spokesman for the LMPD denied that Louisville had a significant problem with "traditional gangs." The television station interviewed a local gang member who claimed that several parts of the city are considered to be gang-controlled territories. The story was aired after several widely reported incidents of alleged gang-related assaults had occurred in the city.[8]
Benjamin Mays: Benjamin Elijah Mays was born in 1895 in Ninety Six, South Carolina, the youngest of eight children; his parents were tenant farmers and former slaves. After spending a year at Virginia Union University, he moved north to attend Bates College in Maine, where he obtained his B.A. in 1920, then entered the University of Chicago as a graduate student, earning an M.A. in 1925 and a Ph.D. in the School of Religion in 1935. His education at Chicago was interrupted several times: he was ordained a Baptist minister in 1922 and accepted a pastorate at the Shiloh Baptist Church of Atlanta, then later taught at Morehouse and at South Carolina State College.
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Thomas Duncan (general): Thomas Duncan (April 14, 1819 – January 7, 1887) was a career officer in the U.S. Army, serving as a general during the American Civil War.
PDphoto.org images: Images in this category are for when the author has put into the public domain or the author has died over 70 years ago (pre-1935); also for images ineligible for copyright created by the U.S. Federal Government.
Weatherlight (Magic: The Gathering): Weatherlight was the nineteenth Magic: The Gathering set and eleventh expert level set, third and last in the Mirage Block. It was released in June 1997. Its expansion symbol is the Thran Tome.
Elenoa Mara-Rasova: Adi Elenoa Mara-Rasova is the youngest daughter of Fiji’s first Prime Minister Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara, and is the twin sister of Ratu Tevita Mara. She is a member of Fijian nobility, belonging to the chiefly Vuanirewa clan of the Lau Islands. Like her older sister Adi Kakua, she retains a very low public profile but is known for her informality and for her approachable nature with the public. She currently works as a civil servant for the Fiji government's Public Service Commission and is the only child from the chiefly Mara family to have broken with tradition and married a commoner from Kadavu. She has twin sons, Veiwili and VeiDovi
Raduzhny, Vladimir Oblast: Raduzhny (Russian: Ра́дужный) is a closed town in Vladimir Oblast, Russia, located on the Pol, Buzha, and Uzhbol Rivers, 12 km south of Vladimir. Population: 17,506 (2002 Census).
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Deadband: A Deadband (sometimes called a neutral zone) is an area of a signal range or band where no action occurs (the system is dead). Deadband is used in voltage regulators, thermostats, and alarms. The purpose is common, to prevent oscillation or repeated activation-deactivation cycles (called 'hunting' in proportional control systems). This deadband is achieved by adding hysteresis within the controller.
Tug Hill Plateau: On February 10, 2007 the National Weather Service reported that the Town of Parish had received 100 inches of snow over a seven day span, while the village of Redfield received 141 inches of snow over a ten day span of February 3-February 12, 2007.
Windsor, Connecticut: The following 17 pages are in this category, out of 17 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Morse code mnemonics: It is important to note that many different mnemonics can be created for the same subject matter and no one mnemonic is the definitive way to learn morse code.
WLWI: WLWI could refer to two radio stations in the United States:
Exy: Aside from the utterly transformed political and cultural atmosphere in Germany after the war, the biggest difference between the two movements was that, where the Swing Kids wholeheartedly embraced American culture (right down to zoot suits and bobby socks), Exis generally wanted to show that they could think for themselves, as many young people do. The partial rejection of commercialised "Anglo-Saxon" pop culture seems strange, in retrospect. Firstly, the Exis existed in an era, when West Germany was actually occupied by British and American troops and, secondly, the Exis are mostly remembered, today, for their enthusiasm for the type of music, which had originally come from the United States.
Hovedbanen: Passenger service on the old line between Lillestrøm and Eidsvoll past Jessheim is only provided to Dal Station.
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