1. String Quintet No. 4 (Mozart) of k&c jewelry
The String Quintet No.
4 in G minor, K. 516, written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, is like all of Mozart's string quintets a "viola quintet" in that it is scored for string quartet and an extra viola (that is, two violins, two violas and cello). The mood of the piece is dark and melancholic, typical of Mozart's G minor works.
The work was completed on May 16, 1787, less than a month after the completion of his grand C major Quintet, K. 515. This would not be the last time that a great pair of C major/G minor works of the same form would be published in close proximity and assigned consecutive Kchel numbers.
The following year, the 40th (G minor) and 41st (C major) symphonies (respectively K. 550 and K. 551) would be completed within a few weeks of each other.
2. Rufus K. Hardy of k&c jewelry
Rufus Kay Hardy (May 28, 1878 March 7, 1945) was a prominent missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New Zealand and was a general authority of the LDS Church from 1935 until his death.
Hardy was born in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory. In 1897, church apostle John Henry Smith ordained Hardy to be a seventy and set him apart to be a missionary in New Zealand. Hardy served in New Zealand as a church missionary from 1897 to 1901.
Hardy would return to New Zealand twice as the president of the church's New Zealand Mission from 1907 to 1909 and from 1933 to 1934. In 1935, Hardy became a member of the church's First Council of the Seventy, and served in this position until his death in Salt Lake City from myocarditis. He was married to Adelaide Underwood Eldredge and was the father of one daughter.
3. Rufus K. Goodenow of k&c jewelry
Rufus King Goodenow (April 24, 1790 March 24, 1863) was a United States Representative from Maine.
Born in Henniker, New Hampshire, he moved with his parents to Brownfield, Maine in 1802. He received limited schooling, subsequently engaged in agricultural pursuits. He also made several voyages to European ports and served as a captain in the Thirty-third Regiment, United States Infantry, in the War of 1812.
He moved to Paris, Maine in 1821. He was the brother of Robert Goodenow. He served as clerk of the Oxford County Courts from 1821 to 1837.
Goodenow was elected a member of the Maine House of Representatives. He was a delegate to the Whig National Convention at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in 1839. He studied law, was admitted to the bar and practiced in the courts of Maine.
He was elected as a Whig to the Thirty-first Congress (March 4, 1849 March 4, 1851), and died in Paris, Maine. He was interred in Riverside Cemetery.
Actor of k&c jewelry
He acted initially in the monthly comedy programs in Tamil produced in front of the live audience at Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation. From 1970, he was in the actor's pool of the Tamil National Service of SLBC and became very popular with the listeners through the radio plays broadcast every Wednesday and Saturday. He played the main role "Somu" in the famous Radio serial play "Thaniyatha Thagam".
This play written by famous poet and writer Sillaiyoor Selvarajan was sponsored by People's Bank and broadcast for more than two years. He acted in many other serial plays like " Kiramathu Kanaugal", "Vizuthugal" and also in a comedy serial titled" Vaaththiyar Veeddil". The last play written and acted by Balachandran has helped Indian Actor Kamal Hassan in his film "Tenali" to speak Jaffna dialect.
5. Studies of k&c jewelry
After early ministerial formation at the United Theological College, Bangalore from 19771981 at the United Theological College, Bangalore, affiliated to the nation's first University, the Senate of Serampore College, under the Principalship of Joshua Russell Chandran, he obtained a Bachelor of Divinity and in the ensuing year, he returned to the Seminary for pursuing a postgraduate course, Master of Theology from 19821985 specialising in New Testament under Professors K. James Carl and J.
G. Frank Collison where he worked out a dissertation entitled "Inheritance" in Pauline eschatology. Udayakumar also registered for research studies with the Senate of Serampore College (University) and specialised in Missiology for which the University awarded him a Doctor of Theology degree in 2001.
All the three successive theological degrees, B. D., M.
Th. and D. Th.
were awarded by the Senate of Serampore College (University) during the Registrarship of D. S. Satyaranjan.
6. Wilderness (band) of k&c jewelry
Wilderness is an American, Baltimore-based indie rock, band currently signed to Jagjaguwar. Led by the theatrical, chant-like vocal style and lyrical presence of James Johnson, they are known to create a complex brand of post-punk that heavily recalls mantra-punk pioneers Lungfish and more closely Public Image Limited.
Their debut full-length was recorded, mixed and mastered in May and June 2004, by Chad Clark and T.J. Lipple at Silver Sonya in Arlington, Virginia.
It was released in July 2005 and has been widely celebrated in indie music circles. The band performed at North East Sticks Together in September of that year. On April 11, 2006, the band released their second album, Vessel States, which received mixed critiques in comparison to their debut.
On November 4, 2008, the band released their third album, (k)no(w)here.
7. Political activities of k&c jewelry
Natesa Iyer joined the Ceylon Labour Union and soon became its Vice-President.
He was elected to the Ceylonese Legislative Council and served as its member. However, soon afterwards, disputes broke out between the Tamil and Ceylonese members of the Ceylon Labour Union and A. E.
Goonesinha, the President of the Union accused Indian Tamils for all the country's ills. Natesa Iyer quit the party in protest against Goonesinghe's attitude. After quitting the Ceylon Labour Union, Natesa Iyer founded the All Ceylon Estate Labour Federation and started an English language journal called "The Indian Estate Labourer".
In 1936, Natesa Iyer was elected to the State Council of Ceylon from the Hatton assembly constituency and served as a member of the council from 1936 to 1947. He was the first member of the Indian Tamil community to be appointed to the council.
Richard K. Ashley of k&c jewelry
Richard K. Ashley is a postmodernist scholar of International relations.
He is an associate professor at the Arizona State University's School of Politics and Global Studies. Ashley studied at the University of California, Santa Barbara and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He was research assistant to Hayward Alker.
Initially, Ashley's research was on the balance of power in international relations, particularly in his The Political Economy of War and Peace (1980). He soon began to shift his approach to metatheoretical questions and Critical Theory. By the mid-1980s, Ashley had adopted a postmodernist and subversive approach to international relations theory, exemplified by his influences: Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.
Ashley was one of the first to challenge the position of mainstream realism and liberalism. In "The Poverty of Neorealism" (1984), he coined the term "neorealism" to describe the work of Kenneth Waltz.
Discography of k&c jewelry
Singles1980 "At the Party" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1980 "The New Rap Language" (w/ Spoonie Gee & Treacherous Three) 1980 "The Body Rock" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1981 "Put the Boogie in Your Body" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1981 "Feel the Heartbeat" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1982 "Yes We Can-Can" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1982 "Whip It" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1983 "Turning You On / U.F.O.
" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1983 "Action" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1983 "Get Up" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1984 "Santa's Rap / At Christmas Time" (w/ Treacherous Three & Luther Vandross) 1984 "Xmas Rap" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1985 "Gotta Rock / Turn It Up" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1987 "Special-K Is Good / Let's Rock" 1988 "Knockout" 1994 "We Come Phat" (w/ Treacherous Three) 1994 "Feel the New Heartbeat" (w/ Treacherous Three)Albums1983 Whip It, (Sugar Hill Records/Vogue) 1984 The Treacherous Three, (Sugar Hill Records) 1994 Old School Flava, (Wrap Records)
10. Jedediah K. Smith of k&c jewelry
Jedediah Kilburn Smith (November 7, 1770 - December 17, 1828) was a U.
S. Representative from New Hampshire. Born in Amherst, New Hampshire, Smith completed preparatory studies, then studied law.
He was admitted to the bar and commenced practice at Amherst in 1800. He served as member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives in 1803, and served as member of the New Hampshire Senate, 18041806 and 1809. Smith was elected as a Democratic-Republican to the Tenth Congress (March 4, 1807 March 3, 1809).
He was an unsuccessful candidate for the United States Senate in 1810. He was a Councilor, 18101815, and was Postmaster at Amherst from May 19, 1819 until his successor was appointed on March 15, 1826. He served as associate justice of the court of common pleas, 18161821, and of the court of sessions, 1821-1823.
He was chief justice of the court of sessions, 1823-1825. He died in Amherst on December 17, 1828.
Jim K. Tillman of k&c jewelry
James King Tillman (June 23, 1935 July 4, 2012) was a Florida state legislator, rancher and criminologist. Tillman was born in Georgia in 1935 and moved to Florida the year after.
He attended Florida State University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1961. Prior to his election to the House of Representatives, he served as Deputy Sheriff for Leon County, Florida from 1959 to 1961 and as a counselor for a juvenile court in Sarasota County. Tillman was elected to the Florida House of Representatives for Sarasota County in 1967 and served until 1974.
During those years, he was Minority Whip from 1970 to 1972 and Minority leader in 1972. He was married to Mary Chandler Wells of Clearwater, Florida and has four children, James, John, Teresa and Jimi. He was associated with the Methodist church.
Jim K. Tillman died on July 4, 2012 after a long illness.
Louis K. Hull of k&c jewelry
Louis Kossuth Hull (November 9, 1861November 22, 1931) was an American football player, lawyer, and businessman. Born in Lebanon, Connecticut, Hull attended Yale College, graduating in 1883.
He was the captain of the Yale rowing crew, a rusher on the football team, and a member of Skull and Bones. He was credited with receiving more athletic letters than any other Yale student. He played as a forward and rusher for the Yale football team for six years from 1878 to 1883.
He was a member of the undefeated 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882, and 1883 Yale Bulldogs football teams that have been recognized for winning five consecutive national championships. After graduating from Yale, he began practicing law in Minneapolis in 1887. He became president of Southern Minnesota Lumber Company.
Hull married Agnes McNair. They had a daughter, Ruth. Hull died of a heart attack in 1931 at age 70.
13. Jacob K. Shafer of k&c jewelry
Shafer (December 26, 1823 November 22, 1876) was a Delegate from Idaho Territory. Born near Broadway, Virginia, Shafer was graduated from Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, in 1843. And from the law school of L.
P. Thompson in Staunton, Virginia, in 1846. He moved to Stockton, California in 1849, was admitted to the bar in California and practiced law.
He served as district attorney of the fifth judicial district of California in 1850. He served as mayor of Stockton in 1852 and as a judge of the San Joaquin County Court from 18531862. In 1862 he moved to what later became Idaho Territory.
Shafer was elected as a Democrat to the Forty-first Congress (March 4, 1869 March 3, 1871), but was an unsuccessful candidate for renomination. He resumed the practice of law, then later he moved to Eureka, Nevada, where he died November 22, 1876. He was interred in the Masonic Cemetery.
14. Lacrosse career of k&c jewelry
He played for the Syracuse Orange men's lacrosse team. He led all United States college lacrosse players in scoring in both 1921 and 1922.
In 1923, he led Syracuse to the International Lacrosse Trophy Championship in Great Britain. He was a three-time All-American, winning the honor in 1922, 1923, and 1924. When he was named an All American in 1923, he was describe as "the cleverest attack player yet seen in college circles".
The Encyclopedia of Jews in Sports wrote that Ross was "the all-time All-America lacrosse player." After college, he played for the New Rochelle Lacrosse Team and the Brooklyn Lacrosse Club amateur teams in New York State, and coached two years at Syracuse University and Brooklyn College. He also assisted in bringing lacrosse to Union College, Williams College, and Springfield College.
He also was an organizer of the Box Lacrosse League.