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1. Educational, religious and social stances of k&c jewelry

Eichner has taken stands on several educational, religious and social issues and controversies. One such issue is a terminal patients right to refuse "extraordinary means" of life support, or to have them refused on his or her behalf.

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In 1980, Eichner petitioned the New York State Court of Appeals to allow removal of a respirator keeping Brother Joseph C. Fox alive. Fox, an 88-year-old member of the religious community that Eichner led, had fallen into a coma after a cardiac arrest that occurred during a hernia operation.

In the wake of the Karen Ann Quinlan case, Fox had expressed his strong desire not to be kept alive by extraordinary means, according to Eichner and other Marianist brothers at Chaminade. The court appointed Eichner committee of the person of Brother Fox and authorized him to have the respirator removed. He did so, and on January 24, 1980, Fox died of congestive heart failure.

Another issue on which Eichner has spoken out is financial decadence, particularly in Long Island prom culture. In 2006, after Kellenberg discontinued the senior prom, Eichner and Kellenberg Principal Kenneth Hoagland, S.M.

, wrote parents to say that the prom had become synonymous with flaunting of affluence, assuming exaggerated expenses, a pursuit of vanity for vanity's sake. The letter was published on the Chicago Tribune op-ed page and received national attention. Eichner has also received attention for positions he has taken as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Catholic League, though League President Bill Donohue is the organizations more outspoken and controversial leader.

Eichner has spoken for the League on two matters related to Catholic-Jewish relations. First, in 2004, when accusations of anti-Semitism were raised against Mel Gibsons The Passion of the Christ, Eichner was a strong public supporter of the film. Eichner called the film a meditation on our own inhumanity to each other and how this doesn't destroy God's love," and he endorsed a two-mile walk by 1,000 Kellenberg upperclassmen to see the movie on Ash Wednesday.

Second, Eichner defended a reference to the conversion of Jews in the traditional Latin liturgy for Good Friday Mass. He called this a matter not of anti-Semitism, but of concern; "we would say, he explained, that everyone who doesn't see Jesus is living in a certain amount of darkness, and we want them to see the light." Similarly, Eichner has suggested that fundamentalist Christians are limited in their religious perspective.

He made this point when a Kellenberg junior was barred from returning for her senior year after her evangelical family had clashed with the school over several religious issues. Her dismissal came after she refused to sing as a choir member in Jesus Christ, Superstar; she objected that one of the songs only speaks of Jesus' humanity; it does not mention his divinity." Eichner asserted that the school had a right to expect students to respect its religious beliefs and practices.

He maintained that We are Catholic in the true sense of the term. We are not rightist or fundamentalist. We would find their version of Christianity to be narrow and fundamentalist, and we are not a fundamentalist school.

" On August 5, 1988, Eichner was an impromptu guest on Late Night with David Letterman. During the broadcast, Letterman and guest Don Rickles conducted remote camera interviews with people in the lobby of the Loews Summit hotel, one of whom was Eichner. Rickles said to Eichner, "My best friend Bob Newhart is an Irish Catholic and when he comes to church he loves to hit the bell," to laughs from the audience.

Rickles followed with, "You know what's funny, I think the priest bought it. The father went, 'Yeah, hit the bell!'"

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2.

Professional life of k&c jewelry

Early in his career, Bhogishayana was a lecturer in English at various colleges in Mysore, Bengaluru, Belgaum and Solapur. His professional career took off in Solapur at Sangameshwar College. He began as a lecturer at Sangameshwar College in 1953 and was promoted to principal in 1960.

Considered one the finest teachers in English, he grew the college into one of the best academic institutions in the region in his role as the principal. He ran the college with an iron fist. Feared and revered, the students nicknamed him Boss.

An intellectual himself, he valued students who were athletes but mediocre in their studies. He knew and remembered the names and backgrounds of nearly 75% of the more than 6000 students in the college. He remained a mentor and guide to many of them throughout his life.

Bhogishayana was awarded the Ideal Teacher Award for College and University Teachers by the Government of Maharashtra in 1976-77. Even as a principal, he got involved in the work of university administration. He first served on the Academic Council of Pune University followed by several positions on the Senate and several Boards of the University.

At Kolhapur University, Bhogishayana was elected the Dean of the Faculty of Arts, which led to him serving as the Interim Vice-Chancellor in 1973, 1979 and 1980. He also served on the Senate, and presented the budget in spite of being on the Arts Faculty. Bhogishayana was eventually appointed as the Vice-Chancellor of Kolhapur University in 1983.

He retired at the end of his term in 1986. Under his leadership, the university grew to add management institutions, improve the finances and address the complexities of staffing the institution. Bhogishayana counted educators, politicians, artists and industrialists among his students.

IncidentIn year 1968-1969, students were striking against the unfair rules of the university examination system and were rallying in Sangameshwar College. Police in riot gear were threatening the students who were inside. Bhogishayana stood at the college gate informing the armed police that they would have to get past him before they got to the students.

This made a tremendous impression on the students, making the incident and the man legend among student circles for generations at the college.

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3. The music of k&c jewelry

The work has three movements: Allegro, Andante, 34 Rondo: Allegretto, 241.

AllegroThe first movement is written in sonata form and is in the key of C major. The familiar opening theme is accompanied by an Alberti bass, played in the left hand. A bridge passage composed of scales follows, arriving at a cadence in G major, the key in which the second theme is then played.

A codetta follows to conclude the exposition, then the exposition is repeated. The development starts in G minor and modulates through several keys. The recapitulation begins, unusually, in the subdominant key of F major.

The Alberti bass that began as a C major triad at this point becomes an F major triad, followed by a left hand F major scale pattern which emulates the rhythm of the previous right hand A minor scale. According to Charles Rosen, the practice of beginning a recapitulation in the subdominant was "rare at the time the sonata was written", though the practice was later taken up by Franz Schubert. 2.

AndanteThe second movement is in the key of G major, the dominant key of C major. The music modulates to the dominant key of D major, and then back to G major in which the exposition is heard again. For the development, the music modulates to G minor, then B major, then C minor, then G minor and finally back to G major, at which point the recapitulation occurs followed by a short coda.

3. Rondo: AllegrettoThe third movement is in Rondo form and is in the tonic key, C major. The first theme is lively and sets the mood of the piece.

The second theme is in G major and contains an Alberti bass in the left hand. The first theme appears again and is followed by a third theme. The third theme is in A minor key and modulates through many different keys before modulating into C major.

The first theme appears again followed by a coda and finally ends in C major. The finale was transposed to F major and combined with a solo piano arrangement of the second movement of the violin sonata in F major to form the posthumously compiled and thus spurious Piano Sonata in F major, K. 547a.

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4. Selected publications of k&c jewelry

"Forced labour in the Pilanesberg: The flogging of Chief Kgamanyane by Commandant Paul Kruger, Saulspoort, April 1870", Journal of Southern African Studies, Volume 23, Issue 1, 1997, pp. 127140.

New history of South Africa. Tafelberg, Cape Town, 2007. (With Hermann Giliomee) (Also published in Afrikaans as Nuwe geskiedenis van Suid-Afrika) The Cambridge history of South Africa volume 1: From early times to 1885.

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On the trumpet Dayley has performed with the Utah Symphony and many professional ensembles. He also has performed as a soloist with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Prior to his appointment as assistant academic vice president, Dayley served as Dean of the BYU College of Fine Arts and Communications as well as Chair of the Music Department and Associate Dean of General Education and Honors. Dayley is currently serving as the dean for the School of the Arts at Utah Valley University. Among his works are "Bring Forth My Zion", "First You Have A Dream", the music to LDS hymn # 220 "Lord, I Would Follow Thee", words and music to "Faith in Every Footstep", and the music to "I Feel My Savior's Love", "Every Star is Different", "Hum Your Favorite Hymn", "Home" and "The World Is So Big" in the LDS Church Primary's Children's Songbook. Dayley has also written musical sections for passages in the Book of Mormon. In 2002, Dayley became president of the Church's BYU 2nd stake, succeeding fellow BYU professor Byron R. Merrill in this position. ------ 2. The music of k&c jewelry The work has three movements: Allegro, Andante, 34 Rondo: Allegretto, 241. AllegroThe first movement is written in sonata form and is in the key of C major. The familiar opening theme is accompanied by an Alberti bass, played in the left hand. A bridge passage composed of scales follows, arriving at a cadence in G major, the key in which the second theme is then played. A codetta follows to conclude the exposition, then the exposition is repeated. The development starts in G minor and modulates through several keys. The recapitulation begins, unusually, in the subdominant key of F major. The Alberti bass that began as a C major triad at this point becomes an F major triad, followed by a left hand F major scale pattern which emulates the rhythm of the previous right hand A minor scale. According to Charles Rosen, the practice of beginning a recapitulation in the subdominant was "rare at the time the sonata was written", though the practice was later taken up by Franz Schubert. 2. AndanteThe second movement is in the key of G major, the dominant key of C major. The music modulates to the dominant key of D major, and then back to G major in which the exposition is heard again. For the development, the music modulates to G minor, then B major, then C minor, then G minor and finally back to G major, at which point the recapitulation occurs followed by a short coda. 3. Rondo: AllegrettoThe third movement is in Rondo form and is in the tonic key, C major. The first theme is lively and sets the mood of the piece. The second theme is in G major and contains an Alberti bass in the left hand. The first theme appears again and is followed by a third theme. The third theme is in A minor key and modulates through many different keys before modulating into C major. The first theme appears again followed by a coda and finally ends in C major. The finale was transposed to F major and combined with a solo piano arrangement of the second movement of the violin sonata in F major to form the posthumously compiled and thus spurious Piano Sonata in F major, K. 547a. ------ 3. Professional life of k&c jewelry Early in his career, Bhogishayana was a lecturer in English at various colleges in Mysore, Bengaluru, Belgaum and Solapur. His professional career took off in Solapur at Sangameshwar College. He began as a lecturer at Sangameshwar College in 1953 and was promoted to principal in 1960. Considered one the finest teachers in English, he grew the college into one of the best academic institutions in the region in his role as the principal. He ran the college with an iron fist. Feared and revered, the students nicknamed him Boss. An intellectual himself, he valued students who were athletes but mediocre in their studies. He knew and remembered the names and backgrounds of nearly 75% of the more than 6000 students in the college. He remained a mentor and guide to many of them throughout his life. Bhogishayana was awarded the Ideal Teacher Award for College and University Teachers by the Government of Maharashtra in 1976-77. Even as a principal, he got involved in the work of university administration. He first served on the Academic Council of Pune University followed by several positions on the Senate and several Boards of the University. At Kolhapur University, Bhogishayana was elected the Dean of the Faculty of Arts, which led to him serving as the Interim Vice-Chancellor in 1973, 1979 and 1980. He also served on the Senate, and presented the budget in spite of being on the Arts Faculty. Bhogishayana was eventually appointed as the Vice-Chancellor of Kolhapur University in 1983. He retired at the end of his term in 1986. Under his leadership, the university grew to add management institutions, improve the finances and address the complexities of staffing the institution. Bhogishayana counted educators, politicians, artists and industrialists among his students. IncidentIn year 1968-1969, students were striking against the unfair rules of the university examination system and were rallying in Sangameshwar College. Police in riot gear were threatening the students who were inside. Bhogishayana stood at the college gate informing the armed police that they would have to get past him before they got to the students. This made a tremendous impression on the students, making the incident and the man legend among student circles for generations at the college. ------ 4. Text of k&c jewelry The original lyrics are probably by Mozart himself; they include the words for "good night" in five different languages (Latin, Italian, French, English, and German). The phrase "gute Nacht, gute Nacht, / schei ins Bett da' kracht", found in the fourth-to-last and third-to-last lines, closely resembles a similar expression found in a postscript to one of Wolfgang's letters by his mother, written 26 September 1777 to his father; also in Mozart's letter from 7 July 1770 to his sister. Original version Bona nox! bist a rechta Ochs; bona notte, liebe Lotte; bonne nuit, pfui, pfui; good night, good night, heut mma noch weit; gute Nacht, gute Nacht, schei ins Bett da' kracht; gute Nacht, schlaf fei g'sund und reck' den Arsch zum Mund. Good night! Latin You are quite an ox; Good night, Italian My dear Lotte; Good night, French Phooey, phooey; Good night, good night, English We still have far to go today; Good night, good night, Shit in your bed and make it burst; Good night, sleep tight, And stick your ass to your mouth. 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Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky said of this movement: "No one has ever known as well how to interpret so exquisitely in music the sense of resigned and inconsolable sorrow." The start of the fourth movement is not the typical quick-tempo finale, but a slow aria back in the home key of G minor. It is a dirge or lament that is even slower than the previous movement. The music remains in this dark area for a few minutes before reaching an ominous pause. At this point, Mozart launches into the ebullient G major Allegro, which creates a stark contrast between it and the movements that preceded it. Critics have often questioned how such an insouciant and carefree finale could follow after three-plus movements of intense pathos, even though it conforms perfectly to the Classical understanding of a finale as resolving everything that preceded it. ------ 3. K. Newell Dayley of k&c jewelry K. Newell Dayley (born 1939) is a prominent Latter Day Saint composer, hymnwriter and musician. He was a professor of music at Brigham Young University (BYU) and later served as the associate academic vice president for undergraduate studies at that institution. He retired from BYU in September 2007. Dayley is married to Diane Wilcox and they are the parents of eight children. Dayley received his bachelor's degree from BYU in 1964. He received his MM degree from the University of Southern California in 1966 and a DA from the University of Northern Colorado in 1986. Dayley joined the BYU faculty in 1967. Dayley was the first director of the BYU jazz ensemble, Synthesis. He also directed the brass ensemble and other organizations as well as many musical theatre productions. He has taught classes from trumpet to music theory and from film scoring to music business. On the trumpet Dayley has performed with the Utah Symphony and many professional ensembles. He also has performed as a soloist with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Prior to his appointment as assistant academic vice president, Dayley served as Dean of the BYU College of Fine Arts and Communications as well as Chair of the Music Department and Associate Dean of General Education and Honors. Dayley is currently serving as the dean for the School of the Arts at Utah Valley University. Among his works are "Bring Forth My Zion", "First You Have A Dream", the music to LDS hymn # 220 "Lord, I Would Follow Thee", words and music to "Faith in Every Footstep", and the music to "I Feel My Savior's Love", "Every Star is Different", "Hum Your Favorite Hymn", "Home" and "The World Is So Big" in the LDS Church Primary's Children's Songbook. Dayley has also written musical sections for passages in the Book of Mormon. In 2002, Dayley became president of the Church's BYU 2nd stake, succeeding fellow BYU professor Byron R. Merrill in this position. ------ 4. Selected works of k&c jewelry The History of the Second Seminole War (Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Press, 1967) The War of 1812 (Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Press, 1972) .mw-parser-output cite.citationfont-style:inherit.mw-parser-output .citation qquotes:"""""""'""'".mw-parser-output .id-lock-free a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-free abackground-image:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/65/Lock-green.svg/9px-Lock-green.svg.png");background-image:linear-gradient(transparent,transparent),url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/65/Lock-green.svg");background-repeat:no-repeat;background-size:9px;background-position:right .1em center.mw-parser-output .id-lock-limited a,.mw-parser-output .id-lock-registration a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-limited a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-registration abackground-image:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Lock-gray-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-gray-alt-2.svg.png");background-image:linear-gradient(transparent,transparent),url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d6/Lock-gray-alt-2.svg");background-repeat:no-repeat;background-size:9px;background-position:right .1em center.mw-parser-output .id-lock-subscription a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-subscription abackground-image:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/aa/Lock-red-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-red-alt-2.svg.png");background-image:linear-gradient(transparent,transparent),url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/aa/Lock-red-alt-2.svg");background-repeat:no-repeat;background-size:9px;background-position:right .1em center.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registrationcolor:#555.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription span,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration spanborder-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help.mw-parser-output .cs1-ws-icon abackground-image:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4c/Wikisource-logo.svg/12px-Wikisource-logo.svg.png");background-image:linear-gradient(transparent,transparent),url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4c/Wikisource-logo.svg");background-repeat:no-repeat;background-size:12px;background-position:right .1em center.mw-parser-output code.cs1-codecolor:inherit;background:inherit;border:inherit;padding:inherit.mw-parser-output .cs1-hidden-errordisplay:none;font-size:100%.mw-parser-output .cs1-visible-errorfont-size:100%.mw-parser-output .cs1-maintdisplay:none;color:#33aa33;margin-left:0.3em.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration,.mw-parser-output .cs1-formatfont-size:95%.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-left,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-leftpadding-left:0.2em.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-right,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-rightpadding-right:0.2em.mw-parser-output .citation .mw-selflinkfont-weight:inheritISBN 0-8130-0318-0 The History of the Militia and National Guard (New York: Macmillan, 1983) ISBN 0-02-919750-3 ------ 5. Naval career of k&c jewelry Tripathi was commissioned into the Indian Navy in the Executive branch on 1 July 1985. He is a specialist in Communication and Electronic warfare. In the early years of his career, he served as a Signals Communication officer and Electronic Warfare Officer of the Guided missile destroyer, INS Mumbai (D62). He has completed the staff course at the Defence Services Staff College (DSSC) in Wellington Cantonment where he won the Thimayya Medal, the higher command course at the Naval War College, Goa. He has also attended the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island in the United States when he was awarded the Robert E Bateman International Prize. Tripathi has commanded the Veer-class missile vessel INS Kirch (P62), the Kora-class corvette INS Vinash (K47) and the Talwar-class Guided missile frigate INS Trishul (F43). He has also served as the Second-in-command of the Delhi-class Guided missile destroyer INS Mumbai (D62). Tripathi has served as the Fleet Operations Officer of the Western Fleet. In his staff appointments, he has served as the Director of Naval Operations and as the Principal Director Network Centric Operations. He also served as the Principal Director Naval Plans at Naval HQ. On promotion to Flag Rank, Tripathi took over as the Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Policy and Plans) at Naval HQ. He then assumed the office of Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet on 15 January 2018. For his command of the Eastern Fleet, Vice Adm Dinesh K Tripathi was awarded the Ati Vishisht Seva Medal on 26 January 2019. On 12 June 2019, on promotion to the rank of Vice Admiral, Tripathy took over as the Commandant of Indian Naval Academy from Vice Admiral R. B. Pandit. Under him, the INA was presented with the President's Colour, on 20 November 2019. On 13 August 2020, he assumed charge as the Director general Naval Operations (DGNO) at Naval HQ. ------ 6. Walter K. Granger of k&c jewelry Walter Keil Granger (October 11, 1888 April 21, 1978) was a U.S. Representative from Utah. Born in St. George, Utah, Granger moved with his parents to Cedar City, Utah, in 1894. He attended the public schools and graduated from Branch Agricultural College at Cedar City, Utah in 1909. From 1909 to 1911 Granger served as an LDS missionary in the Southern States Mission. Granger served as postmaster of Cedar City from 1914 to 1922. During this time he served overseas as a sergeant in the Eleventh Regiment of the United States Marine Corps from 1918 to 1919, which saw no combat in the waning days of World War I. He later twice served as mayor of Cedar City from 1923 to 1926 and 1930 to 1932. From 1926 until at least 1930 Granger was also the LDS Bishop of the Cedar 3rd Ward in Ceder City. Advancing his political career, Granger served as member of the Utah House of Representatives from 1932 to 1937, and serving as speaker in 1935. He then served as member of the Public Service Commission of Utah from 1937 to 1940. In 1941 Granger was elected as a Democrat to the Seventy-seventh and to the five succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1941 to January 3, 1953). He was not a candidate for reelection in 1952 but was an unsuccessful candidate for election to the United States Senate. In 1954 he was again an unsuccessful candidate, in the election to the 84th United States Congress. Granger was engaged in agricultural pursuits and livestock raising and served as member of the board of trustees of Utah State Agricultural College. After his political life he resumed his farming interests and from 1967 to 1970 served as member of the Board of Appeals of the United States Forest Service in the Department of Agriculture. After retiring, he resided again in Cedar City, where he died April 21, 1978 at the age of 89. He was interred in Cedar City Cemetery.
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1. K-1 World MAX 2006 World Championship Final of k&c jewelry K-1 World MAX 2006 World Championship Final was a kickboxing event promoted by the K-1 organization. It was the fifth K-1 World MAX final for middleweight kickboxers (70 kg/154 lb weight class), involving eight finalists and two reserve fighters, with all bouts fought under K-1 rules. Seven of the finalists had won elimination fights at the K-1 World MAX 2005 World Tournament Open, while the eighth, Virgil Kalakoda, had been invited despite losing his elimination match. The two reserve fighters had qualified via preliminary tournaments; Artur Kyshenko had won the K-1 East Europe MAX and Rayen Simson had won the K-1 MAX Netherlands. As well as tournament matches there were also a two opening fights and two super fights fought under K-1 rules (middleweight and heavyweight). In total there were eighteen fighters at the event, representing nine countries. The tournament was won by Buakaw Por. Pramuk who defeated Andy Souwer in the final. Prior to the tournament both fighters had stated their intention to be the first fighter to win two K-1 MAX finals, with Buakaw becoming the first two time champion defeating Souwer via KO in the second round of their match. Other results saw Muay Thai world champion Yodsanklai Fairtex defeat SuperLeague starlet Kamal El Amrani and Kenpo Karate expert Fernando Calleros defeated local fighter Kozo Takeda, both by decision. The event was held at the Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan on Friday, 30 June 2006, in front of a sellout crowd of 16,918 and was broadcast live across Japan on TBS. ------ 2. Miss K of k&c jewelry Miss K is a cabaret character created by Melbourne performer: Klara McMurray. After her debut as part of Mayhem Cabaret #13s Good vs. Evil, she has gone on to launch her own career. Her first show: Love War Faith and a Singing Telegram (2007) was a satirical show performed on rollerskates about love gone wrong with blood-stained consequences, cult obsession and the masterminds pulling the strings. Starring Klara McMurray and Bomwho? as Captain Funk. Her second show: IL Mio Amore (2008) was set after an escape from prison when Miss K was forced to find a place to hide. Captain Funk suggested his home town Trieste, Italy. She headed off in search of new beginnings, legal anonymity and maybe love, but what she found was a very different story. The satirical show explored food, loss, death, requited and unrequited love, and the gentle art of condom shopping in a foreign land. The Show included the cooking of a traditional Italian dish. It starred Klara McMurray and Bom and was directed by: Suzan Alexopolous. Hot Spell (2009), was set during a heat wave and Miss K searched for reason for it. Starred Klara McMurray as Miss K and Gumpywho? as Captain Funk. Directed by Susan Alexopolos. Miss K is.Wrong.com! was set to debut at 2014's Adelaide Fringe Festival then go on to play at Brisbane's Anywhere Theatre Festival and Port Douglas' Carnivale. Miss K has been seen at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Woodford Folk Festival and Port Douglas' Carnivale Festival. ------ 3. Life and career of k&c jewelry W.K. McNeil was born William Kinneth McNeil on August 13, 1940, in Haywood County, North Carolina, located in the Appalachian Mountain region. He was known as "Bill" to his friends. He received his B.A. in history at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee, in 1962, his M.A. in history from Oklahoma State University, an M. A. in American folk culture from the Cooperstown Graduate Program of the State University of New York in 1967, and his Ph.D. in folklore from Indiana University in 1980. His dissertation was on the history of American folklore studies to 1908 and he published many biographical articles based on this work. He also became a founding member of the History and Folklore section of the American Folklore Society and advisory editor to its journal The Folklore Historian. He became known as a leading force in writing histories of folklore as a professional discipline. In 1975, he became administrator for the Regional America Program of the Smithsonian Institution's Festival of American Folklife, and in 1976 he took the job that he held for the remainder of his life as folklorist for the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View, Arkansas. In the post, he organized public programming, disseminated research, and established an archives of traditional material. He held professional posts of president of the Mid-America Folklore Society in 1980, book review editor of the Journal of American Folklore from 1980 to 1993, and member of the executive board of the National Council for the Traditional Arts in 1979 ------ 4. Education and career of k&c jewelry Born in New York, Mann earned all three of his physics degrees from the University of Virginia: BA in 1942, MS in 1946, and PhD in 1947. During WW II, he participated in the Manhattan Project. After working for a time at Columbia University he moved to the University of Pennsylvania in 1949. where he worked on the fundamental properties of neutrinos. He was an Guggenheim Fellow for the academic year 19811982. In 2003, Dr. Mann helped organize a campaign against the proposed closure of an 8,000-foot-deep South Dakota gold mine that was seen as an ideal site to measure the subatomic particles called neutrinos. . His efforts in advocating to keep the mine open were recognized by a proclamation from the governor of South Dakota, said Eugene Beier, a Penn physics professor who collaborated with Dr. Mann on numerous occasions. . Dr. Mann joined the faculty at Penn in 1949 after a stint at Columbia University. He was perhaps best known for his discoveries of fundamental properties of neutrinos, which are essential to the process of fusion. "The stars could not burn without them," said Beier, who joined Dr. Mann on several of his findings. Neutrinos are emitted in countless numbers by the sun and other stars. The South Dakota mine was seen as a good place to detect them because the earth acts as a filter. Most cosmic radiation is blocked from reaching that deep into the Earth, whereas neutrinos can slip right through. During their careers, Dr. Mann and Beier helped make the first direct measurements of neutrinos emitted by the sun, and also measured the particles coming from a supernova, an experience Dr. Mann recounted in the 1987 book, Shadow of a Star. ------ 5. Walter K. Granger of k&c jewelry Walter Keil Granger (October 11, 1888 April 21, 1978) was a U.S. Representative from Utah. Born in St. George, Utah, Granger moved with his parents to Cedar City, Utah, in 1894. He attended the public schools and graduated from Branch Agricultural College at Cedar City, Utah in 1909. From 1909 to 1911 Granger served as an LDS missionary in the Southern States Mission. Granger served as postmaster of Cedar City from 1914 to 1922. During this time he served overseas as a sergeant in the Eleventh Regiment of the United States Marine Corps from 1918 to 1919, which saw no combat in the waning days of World War I. He later twice served as mayor of Cedar City from 1923 to 1926 and 1930 to 1932. From 1926 until at least 1930 Granger was also the LDS Bishop of the Cedar 3rd Ward in Ceder City. Advancing his political career, Granger served as member of the Utah House of Representatives from 1932 to 1937, and serving as speaker in 1935. He then served as member of the Public Service Commission of Utah from 1937 to 1940. In 1941 Granger was elected as a Democrat to the Seventy-seventh and to the five succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1941 to January 3, 1953). He was not a candidate for reelection in 1952 but was an unsuccessful candidate for election to the United States Senate. In 1954 he was again an unsuccessful candidate, in the election to the 84th United States Congress. Granger was engaged in agricultural pursuits and livestock raising and served as member of the board of trustees of Utah State Agricultural College. After his political life he resumed his farming interests and from 1967 to 1970 served as member of the Board of Appeals of the United States Forest Service in the Department of Agriculture. After retiring, he resided again in Cedar City, where he died April 21, 1978 at the age of 89. He was interred in Cedar City Cemetery. ------ 6. Movements of k&c jewelry The work is in four movements: I. Allegro (G minor, sonata form) II. Menuetto: Allegretto 34 (G minor, ternary form, trio in G major) III. Adagio ma non troppo (E-flat major, modified sonata form with no development) IV. Adagio 34 (G minor) Allegro 68 (G major, sonata rondo form)The first movement is in sonata form with both the first and second themes beginning in G minor. The movement does not resolve to the major key in the recapitulation, and it has a minor-key ending. The minuet, placed second, is a minuet in name only, as the turbulent G minor theme and heavy third-beat chords make this movement very undancelike. The central trio, by contrast, is in a bright G major. The third movement, in E-flat major, is slow, melancholic and wistful, furthering the despair brought forth by the previous movements. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky said of this movement: "No one has ever known as well how to interpret so exquisitely in music the sense of resigned and inconsolable sorrow." The start of the fourth movement is not the typical quick-tempo finale, but a slow aria back in the home key of G minor. It is a dirge or lament that is even slower than the previous movement. The music remains in this dark area for a few minutes before reaching an ominous pause. At this point, Mozart launches into the ebullient G major Allegro, which creates a stark contrast between it and the movements that preceded it. Critics have often questioned how such an insouciant and carefree finale could follow after three-plus movements of intense pathos, even though it conforms perfectly to the Classical understanding of a finale as resolving everything that preceded it. ------ 7. Sources of k&c jewelry United States Congress. "Walter K. Granger (id: G000379)". 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1. Alice K. Kurashige of k&c jewelry Alice K. Kurashige was the first Japanese-American woman to be commissioned in the US Marine Corps, reaching the rank of captain. She served between 1965 and 1970. The daughter of Akira and Kyomi Kurashige of San Diego, California, Alice had two uncles who served in the Marines and was always interested in being in it. She and her family spent time in a concentration camp in Arizona during World War II where she remembers being hungry and living in shacks. After graduating from San Diego State College in 1964, she attended Officers Candidate School where she saw a female Marine for the first time in her life. She was commissioned five months after graduation. From November 1969 to May 1970, she was commanding officer of Women Marine Company, Headquarters Battalion at Barstow, California's Marine Corps Supply Center, along with First Lieutenant Rebecca M. Kraft, Captain Joan M. Hammond, First Lieutenant Diane L. Hamel, First Lieutenant Geraldine E. Peeler, Captain Vanda K. Brame, and First Lieutenant Linda J. Lenhart. According to Linda Cates Lacy's We Are the Marines! World War I to the Present, she was also the first woman to be assigned a Food Service Officer in the Marine Corps since World War II, after completing 12-week course in food service supervision at Fort Lee (Virginia). ------ 2. K-1 World MAX 2006 World Championship Final of k&c jewelry K-1 World MAX 2006 World Championship Final was a kickboxing event promoted by the K-1 organization. It was the fifth K-1 World MAX final for middleweight kickboxers (70 kg/154 lb weight class), involving eight finalists and two reserve fighters, with all bouts fought under K-1 rules. Seven of the finalists had won elimination fights at the K-1 World MAX 2005 World Tournament Open, while the eighth, Virgil Kalakoda, had been invited despite losing his elimination match. The two reserve fighters had qualified via preliminary tournaments; Artur Kyshenko had won the K-1 East Europe MAX and Rayen Simson had won the K-1 MAX Netherlands. As well as tournament matches there were also a two opening fights and two super fights fought under K-1 rules (middleweight and heavyweight). In total there were eighteen fighters at the event, representing nine countries. The tournament was won by Buakaw Por. Pramuk who defeated Andy Souwer in the final. Prior to the tournament both fighters had stated their intention to be the first fighter to win two K-1 MAX finals, with Buakaw becoming the first two time champion defeating Souwer via KO in the second round of their match. Other results saw Muay Thai world champion Yodsanklai Fairtex defeat SuperLeague starlet Kamal El Amrani and Kenpo Karate expert Fernando Calleros defeated local fighter Kozo Takeda, both by decision. The event was held at the Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan on Friday, 30 June 2006, in front of a sellout crowd of 16,918 and was broadcast live across Japan on TBS. ------ 3. Miss K of k&c jewelry Miss K is a cabaret character created by Melbourne performer: Klara McMurray. After her debut as part of Mayhem Cabaret #13s Good vs. Evil, she has gone on to launch her own career. Her first show: Love War Faith and a Singing Telegram (2007) was a satirical show performed on rollerskates about love gone wrong with blood-stained consequences, cult obsession and the masterminds pulling the strings. Starring Klara McMurray and Bomwho? as Captain Funk. Her second show: IL Mio Amore (2008) was set after an escape from prison when Miss K was forced to find a place to hide. Captain Funk suggested his home town Trieste, Italy. She headed off in search of new beginnings, legal anonymity and maybe love, but what she found was a very different story. The satirical show explored food, loss, death, requited and unrequited love, and the gentle art of condom shopping in a foreign land. The Show included the cooking of a traditional Italian dish. It starred Klara McMurray and Bom and was directed by: Suzan Alexopolous. Hot Spell (2009), was set during a heat wave and Miss K searched for reason for it. Starred Klara McMurray as Miss K and Gumpywho? as Captain Funk. Directed by Susan Alexopolos. Miss K is.Wrong.com! was set to debut at 2014's Adelaide Fringe Festival then go on to play at Brisbane's Anywhere Theatre Festival and Port Douglas' Carnivale. Miss K has been seen at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Woodford Folk Festival and Port Douglas' Carnivale Festival. ------ 4. John K. Mahon of k&c jewelry John K. Mahon received his BA from Swarthmore College in 1934 graduating Phi Beta Kappa. After serving in World War II and working for his family he later returned to his studies and earned his PhD in history from UCLA in 1950. From 1951 to 1954, he served as Civilian Military Historian in the Office of the Chief of Military History in Washington D.C. In 1954 Mahon accepted a teaching position in the history department at the University of Florida. His interest in Military history and the Seminoles led to his three books, as well as numerous articles for encyclopedias and historical journals. His work "History of the Second Seminole War" is considered by some as the authoritative modern reference on the little-known but regional and nationally important last great war of Indian Removal east of the Mississippi. Mahon documents the American, Seminole and Black cultures, leaders, and tactics of the war. He served as the chairman of the History Department at the University of Florida from 1965 to 1973. After retiring in 1982, Mahon continued to pursue his interest in history. In addition, he was a founder of the Alachua Audubon Society and Florida Defenders of the Environment. He also held leadership positions in the local Sierra Club, the Florida Historical Society, and the Seminole Wars Historic Foundation. ------ 5. Social Life of k&c jewelry Rotary ClubBhogishayana, an introvert by nature, was persuaded to join the Rotary Club of Solapur in 1967. This membership is considered to have changed his life making him social and friendly. He became sought after for his guidance, leadership and oratory skills. Soon after Bhogishayana joined the Rotary, he rose in the leadership to become the president of the Rotary Club of Solapur. He was unanimously elected the District Governor of Rotary International District 3170 in 1979. He represented the Rotary International President at district conferences and served at Rotary Institutes. OtherIn addition to Bhogishayanas extensive work in the Rotary, he served on several boards and government commissions Member of the District Vigilance Committee for Backward Classes Member of the Divisional Railway Users Consultative Committee Member of the Tope Commission President of the Sangameshwar Education Society President of the Family Planning Association of India, Solapur Branch Served on the Solapur branch of the Red CrossBhogishayana was awarded the Best Citizen of Solapur, his adopted hometown, by the Soni Trust. Bhogishayana earned a reputation as an outstanding orator in English, in a region where it was not the first language and rarely spoken. He was invited to speak on a variety of topics, both those he was familiar with, and those outside his expertise. ------ 6. Symphony, K. 19a (Mozart) of k&c jewelry The Symphony in F major, K. Anh. 223/19a, was probably written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in early 1765 in London. The symphony is scored for two oboes, two horns and strings. In contemporary orchestras, it was also usual to include bassoons and harpsichord if they were available in the orchestra to reinforce the bass line and act as the continuo. The oboes are silent for the second movement. The duration is approximately 1214 minutes. The symphony consists of the following movements: Allegro assai, 44 Andante, 24 Presto, 38The symphony was lost until a copy in the hand of Leopold Mozart was found in 1980. The title page stated it to be composed when Wolfgang was 9 years old, i.e. in 1765. However, since Leopold often advertised his son as being younger than his actual age, this date is questionable. Before the discovery, only incipits were known, from the archives of Breitkopf & Hrtel and on the third page of the cover for the K. 19 symphony. (This cover had previously served as a cover for this symphony and a Symphony in C, K. 19b, still lost). The symphony had still not been found at the time of K6. The symphony is influenced by Johann Christian Bach. Harold Schonberg notes that the symphony "has no individuality" on account of Mozart's very young age at the time of its composition. ------ 7. Career of k&c jewelry After returning to the United States, Killian graduated from Union College with his Bachelor of Arts in 1942. He received his LL.B. from Hartford Law School on 1948. He was admitted to the bar in Connecticut in 1948 and joined his law school classmate Robert Krechevsky and Samuel Gould to found the Hartford law firm, Gould, Killian and Krechevsky (now Gould, Killian and Wynne). He served as the city of Hartford's assistant corporation counsel from 1951 to 1954. He became chairman of the Hartford Democratic Town Committee in 1963 and is credited with helping to get elected Hartford's first African American councilman and state Senator. His friendship with John "Boss" Bailey, the state Democratic Party chairman, resulted in his appointment in 1967 as state Attorney General; Governor John N. Dempsey chose Killian to fill the vacancy left by Harold M. Mulvey. He won election in his own right three years later, one of only two Democrats to survive a Republican sweep of statewide offices, including the governorship. In 1974, Killian was elected the 101st Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut on the ticket headed by Governor Ella Grasso. Displeased with the way the governor was handling issues including the state's fiscal crisis as her re-election approached, Killian waged a bitter primary campaign against Grasso in 1978. He lost and was replaced on the ticket by William A. O'Neill, who later succeeded Grasso as governor in 1980 after her resignation shortly before her death from cancer. ------ 8. Life and career of k&c jewelry W.K. McNeil was born William Kinneth McNeil on August 13, 1940, in Haywood County, North Carolina, located in the Appalachian Mountain region. He was known as "Bill" to his friends. He received his B.A. in history at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee, in 1962, his M.A. in history from Oklahoma State University, an M. A. in American folk culture from the Cooperstown Graduate Program of the State University of New York in 1967, and his Ph.D. in folklore from Indiana University in 1980. His dissertation was on the history of American folklore studies to 1908 and he published many biographical articles based on this work. He also became a founding member of the History and Folklore section of the American Folklore Society and advisory editor to its journal The Folklore Historian. He became known as a leading force in writing histories of folklore as a professional discipline. In 1975, he became administrator for the Regional America Program of the Smithsonian Institution's Festival of American Folklife, and in 1976 he took the job that he held for the remainder of his life as folklorist for the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View, Arkansas. In the post, he organized public programming, disseminated research, and established an archives of traditional material. He held professional posts of president of the Mid-America Folklore Society in 1980, book review editor of the Journal of American Folklore from 1980 to 1993, and member of the executive board of the National Council for the Traditional Arts in 1979
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1. Alice K. Kurashige of k&c jewelry Alice K. Kurashige was the first Japanese-American woman to be commissioned in the US Marine Corps, reaching the rank of captain. She served between 1965 and 1970. The daughter of Akira and Kyomi Kurashige of San Diego, California, Alice had two uncles who served in the Marines and was always interested in being in it. She and her family spent time in a concentration camp in Arizona during World War II where she remembers being hungry and living in shacks. After graduating from San Diego State College in 1964, she attended Officers Candidate School where she saw a female Marine for the first time in her life. She was commissioned five months after graduation. From November 1969 to May 1970, she was commanding officer of Women Marine Company, Headquarters Battalion at Barstow, California's Marine Corps Supply Center, along with First Lieutenant Rebecca M. Kraft, Captain Joan M. Hammond, First Lieutenant Diane L. Hamel, First Lieutenant Geraldine E. Peeler, Captain Vanda K. Brame, and First Lieutenant Linda J. Lenhart. According to Linda Cates Lacy's We Are the Marines! World War I to the Present, she was also the first woman to be assigned a Food Service Officer in the Marine Corps since World War II, after completing 12-week course in food service supervision at Fort Lee (Virginia). ------ 2. Social Life of k&c jewelry Rotary ClubBhogishayana, an introvert by nature, was persuaded to join the Rotary Club of Solapur in 1967. This membership is considered to have changed his life making him social and friendly. He became sought after for his guidance, leadership and oratory skills. Soon after Bhogishayana joined the Rotary, he rose in the leadership to become the president of the Rotary Club of Solapur. He was unanimously elected the District Governor of Rotary International District 3170 in 1979. He represented the Rotary International President at district conferences and served at Rotary Institutes. OtherIn addition to Bhogishayanas extensive work in the Rotary, he served on several boards and government commissions Member of the District Vigilance Committee for Backward Classes Member of the Divisional Railway Users Consultative Committee Member of the Tope Commission President of the Sangameshwar Education Society President of the Family Planning Association of India, Solapur Branch Served on the Solapur branch of the Red CrossBhogishayana was awarded the Best Citizen of Solapur, his adopted hometown, by the Soni Trust. Bhogishayana earned a reputation as an outstanding orator in English, in a region where it was not the first language and rarely spoken. He was invited to speak on a variety of topics, both those he was familiar with, and those outside his expertise. ------ 3. Publications of k&c jewelry Serieswith Paul Nathanson. Spreading Misandry. : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001. with Paul Nathanson. Legalizing Misandry. : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2006. with Paul Nathanson. Sanctifying Misandry: Goddess Ideology and the Fall of Man. : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2010. with Paul Nathanson. Replacing Misandry: A Revolutionary History of Men. : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2015.Monographswith Harold G. Coward and Julius J. Lipner. Hindu Ethics: Purity, Abortion, and Euthanasia. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 1988.Articles'Women in Hinduism'. In Today's Woman in World Religions. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 1994. Pages 77136. 'World Religions: A Category in the Making?' Chapter 11 in Michael Despland and Grard Valle (editors). Religion in History: The Word, the Idea, the Reality. :,1992. 'Hinduism'. In Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories. London: Routledge, 2000. Pages 248249. Review of Transdisciplinarity: Recreating Integrated Knowledge. In Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. Oxford: UNESCO, 2000.EditorGeneral editor of the McGill Studies in the History of Religions series. Co-editor with David E. Guinn and Chris Barrigar (editors). Religion and Law in the Global Village. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 2000. Co-editor with Arvind Sharma. Feminism and World Religions. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 1998. Co-editor with Arvind Sharma. Her Voice, Her Faith: Women Speak On World Religions. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 2002. ------ 4. Charles K. Carpenter of k&c jewelry Charles K. Carpenter (born in 1872 in Illinois, died in 1948) was a prominent minister in northern Illinois and a charter member of the Illinois State Academy of Science. During his years of service as a minister, his avocation was recording observations of nature and preparing study skins and life mounts of animals of the region. After his retirement from the church in 1940, he organized his collections and observations into the Northern Illinois Museum of Natural History, which he maintained at his home in Baileyville, Ogle County, Illinois. After his death in 1948, most of his life mounts were given to a high school, where they remained until 1983 when they were donated to the Illinois State Museum. Many of his bird study skins, egg sets, and photographs were given to Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa; in 1985-1986 these were transferred to the Illinois State Museum. Among his specimens was a life mount of a (now extinct) passenger pigeon, Ectopistes migratorius (Linnaeus, 1766), collected by his father, Edwin A. Carpenter (born in 1846 in Pennsylvania, died in 1919 in Illinois). This specimen is one of only 19 complete and 7 partial skeleton specimens of passenger pigeons known to exist in museum collections. ------ 5. Symphony, K. 75 (Mozart) of k&c jewelry The Symphony in F major "No. 42", K. 75, was probably written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart from March to August 1771 in Salzburg. The symphony is scored for two oboes, two horns and strings. In contemporary orchestras, it was also usual to include bassoons and harpsichord if they were available in the orchestra to reinforce the bass line and act as the continuo. The duration is approximately 13 minutes. The symphony consists of the following movements: Allegro, 34 Menuetto, 34 Andante, 24 Allegro, 38Unusually, the minuet and trio is the second rather than the usual third movement. Like other works from this time period, such as the K. 97 symphony, the autograph, which was in the possession of Breitkopf & Hrtel, was destroyed during World War II. Mozart's authorship therefore remains uncertain. Most professionals consider the work authentic. The Alte Mozart-Ausgabe (published 187982) gives the numbering sequence 141 for the 41 numbered symphonies. The unnumbered symphonies (some, including K. 75, published in supplements to the Alte-Mozart Ausgabe until 1910) are sometimes given numbers in the range 42 to 56, even though they were written earlier than Mozart's Symphony No. 41 (written in 1788). The symphony K. 75 is given the number 42 in this numbering scheme. ------ 6. John K. Mahon of k&c jewelry John K. Mahon received his BA from Swarthmore College in 1934 graduating Phi Beta Kappa. After serving in World War II and working for his family he later returned to his studies and earned his PhD in history from UCLA in 1950. From 1951 to 1954, he served as Civilian Military Historian in the Office of the Chief of Military History in Washington D.C. In 1954 Mahon accepted a teaching position in the history department at the University of Florida. His interest in Military history and the Seminoles led to his three books, as well as numerous articles for encyclopedias and historical journals. His work "History of the Second Seminole War" is considered by some as the authoritative modern reference on the little-known but regional and nationally important last great war of Indian Removal east of the Mississippi. Mahon documents the American, Seminole and Black cultures, leaders, and tactics of the war. He served as the chairman of the History Department at the University of Florida from 1965 to 1973. After retiring in 1982, Mahon continued to pursue his interest in history. In addition, he was a founder of the Alachua Audubon Society and Florida Defenders of the Environment. He also held leadership positions in the local Sierra Club, the Florida Historical Society, and the Seminole Wars Historic Foundation. ------ 7. Violin Sonata No. 36 (Mozart) of k&c jewelry The Sonata in F for Violin and Keyboard, K. 547, was completed on July 10, 1788 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The sonata is often nicknamed "For Beginners" and was completed two weeks after the similarly nicknamed piano sonata in C major, K. 545. Unlike the previous few keyboard sonatas, where the violin played an equal role, this sonata is dominated by the keyboard part. In that regard, only the violin part is easy and the keyboard part is not "for beginners". There are three movements all in the tonic key of F major: Andante cantabile Allegro Andante con variazioniThe movements are ordered in a non-standard manner with the "slow" movement first and the expansive Allegro in sonata form placed second. There is significant dialogue between the violin and keyboard in the opening movement, but the keyboard dominates the latter two. The sonata ends with a set of six variations on a simple theme. The fourth variation is the only variation to feature the violin prominently and the fifth variation is in F minor for keyboard alone. The second movement was arranged for solo piano along with a transcription of the finale of the piano sonata in C, K. 545 to form the Piano Sonata in F major, K. 547a. ------ 8. Symphony, K. 19a (Mozart) of k&c jewelry The Symphony in F major, K. Anh. 223/19a, was probably written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in early 1765 in London. The symphony is scored for two oboes, two horns and strings. In contemporary orchestras, it was also usual to include bassoons and harpsichord if they were available in the orchestra to reinforce the bass line and act as the continuo. The oboes are silent for the second movement. The duration is approximately 1214 minutes. The symphony consists of the following movements: Allegro assai, 44 Andante, 24 Presto, 38The symphony was lost until a copy in the hand of Leopold Mozart was found in 1980. The title page stated it to be composed when Wolfgang was 9 years old, i.e. in 1765. However, since Leopold often advertised his son as being younger than his actual age, this date is questionable. Before the discovery, only incipits were known, from the archives of Breitkopf & Hrtel and on the third page of the cover for the K. 19 symphony. (This cover had previously served as a cover for this symphony and a Symphony in C, K. 19b, still lost). The symphony had still not been found at the time of K6. The symphony is influenced by Johann Christian Bach. Harold Schonberg notes that the symphony "has no individuality" on account of Mozart's very young age at the time of its composition. ------ 9. About Keezhadi Excavation of k&c jewelry In 2015, the Archaeological Survey of India team carrying out excavations in Keezhadi, near Madurai struck gold they found the first concrete proof of the existence of a complex and sophisticated urban settlement in ancient Tamil Nadu. Several artefacts found at the site linked it to the Sangam era, a period from 4th Century BCE to 2nd century CE widely regarded as a golden era for Tamil culture. Archaeologist Amarnath Ramakrishna led the team that excavated close to 102 trenches in a 100-acre plot. But in March, the ASI decided to transfer the officer to Guwahati from the Bengaluru office where he was posted, against his will. He challenged the transfer order before the Central Administrative Tribunal, but it ruled against him. A team is carrying forward the excavation at the Keezhadi site, which now in its third year. The transfer, however, kicked up a storm in the state. Political parties in Tamil Nadu, including the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, accused the Centre of deliberately trying to derail the excavation as the discoveries made those on the Hindu Right uncomfortable. The parties said Keezhadi could prove their long-held belief that Tamil Nadu may have had a non-Vedic, independent ancient civilisation, something that could challenge the notion of Vedic roots of all of Hinduism.
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Knowledge About K&c Jewelry
Knowledge About K&c Jewelry
1. K-optimal pattern discovery of k&c jewelry K-optimal pattern discovery is a data mining technique that provides an alternative to the frequent pattern discovery approach that underlies most association rule learning techniques. Frequent pattern discovery techniques find all patterns for which there are sufficiently frequent examples in the sample data. In contrast, k-optimal pattern discovery techniques find the k patterns that optimize a user-specified measure of interest. The parameter k is also specified by the user. Examples of k-optimal pattern discovery techniques include: k-optimal classification rule discovery. k-optimal subgroup discovery. finding k most interesting patterns using sequential sampling. mining top.k frequent closed patterns without minimum support. k-optimal rule discovery.In contrast to k-optimal rule discovery and frequent pattern mining techniques, subgroup discovery focuses on mining interesting patterns with respect to a specified target property of interest. This includes, for example, binary, nominal, or numeric attributes, but also more complex target concepts such as correlations between several variables. Background knowledge like constraints and ontological relations can often be successfully applied for focusing and improving the discovery results. ------ 2. K-homology of k&c jewelry In mathematics, K-homology is a homology theory on the category of locally compact Hausdorff spaces. It classifies the elliptic pseudo-differential operators acting on the vector bundles over a space. In terms of C displaystyle C^* -algebras, it classifies the Fredholm modules over an algebra. An operator homotopy between two Fredholm modules ( H , F 0 , ) displaystyle (mathcal H,F_0,Gamma ) and ( H , F 1 , ) displaystyle (mathcal H,F_1,Gamma ) is a norm continuous path of Fredholm modules, t ( H , F t , ) displaystyle tmapsto (mathcal H,F_t,Gamma ) , t 0 , 1 . displaystyle tin 0,1. Two Fredholm modules are then equivalent if they are related by unitary transformations or operator homotopies. The K 0 ( A ) displaystyle K^0(A) group is the abelian group of equivalence classes of even Fredholm modules over A. The K 1 ( A ) displaystyle K^1(A) group is the abelian group of equivalence classes of odd Fredholm modules over A. Addition is given by direct summation of Fredholm modules, and the inverse of ( H , F , ) displaystyle (mathcal H,F,Gamma ) is ( H , F , ) . displaystyle (mathcal H,-F,-Gamma ). ------ 3. Publications of k&c jewelry Serieswith Paul Nathanson. Spreading Misandry. : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001. with Paul Nathanson. Legalizing Misandry. : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2006. with Paul Nathanson. Sanctifying Misandry: Goddess Ideology and the Fall of Man. : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2010. with Paul Nathanson. Replacing Misandry: A Revolutionary History of Men. : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2015.Monographswith Harold G. Coward and Julius J. Lipner. Hindu Ethics: Purity, Abortion, and Euthanasia. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 1988.Articles'Women in Hinduism'. In Today's Woman in World Religions. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 1994. Pages 77136. 'World Religions: A Category in the Making?' Chapter 11 in Michael Despland and Grard Valle (editors). Religion in History: The Word, the Idea, the Reality. :,1992. 'Hinduism'. In Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories. London: Routledge, 2000. Pages 248249. Review of Transdisciplinarity: Recreating Integrated Knowledge. In Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. Oxford: UNESCO, 2000.EditorGeneral editor of the McGill Studies in the History of Religions series. Co-editor with David E. Guinn and Chris Barrigar (editors). Religion and Law in the Global Village. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 2000. Co-editor with Arvind Sharma. Feminism and World Religions. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 1998. Co-editor with Arvind Sharma. Her Voice, Her Faith: Women Speak On World Religions. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 2002. ------ 4. Violin Sonata No. 36 (Mozart) of k&c jewelry The Sonata in F for Violin and Keyboard, K. 547, was completed on July 10, 1788 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The sonata is often nicknamed "For Beginners" and was completed two weeks after the similarly nicknamed piano sonata in C major, K. 545. Unlike the previous few keyboard sonatas, where the violin played an equal role, this sonata is dominated by the keyboard part. In that regard, only the violin part is easy and the keyboard part is not "for beginners". There are three movements all in the tonic key of F major: Andante cantabile Allegro Andante con variazioniThe movements are ordered in a non-standard manner with the "slow" movement first and the expansive Allegro in sonata form placed second. There is significant dialogue between the violin and keyboard in the opening movement, but the keyboard dominates the latter two. The sonata ends with a set of six variations on a simple theme. The fourth variation is the only variation to feature the violin prominently and the fifth variation is in F minor for keyboard alone. The second movement was arranged for solo piano along with a transcription of the finale of the piano sonata in C, K. 545 to form the Piano Sonata in F major, K. 547a. ------ 5. Charles K. Carpenter of k&c jewelry Charles K. Carpenter (born in 1872 in Illinois, died in 1948) was a prominent minister in northern Illinois and a charter member of the Illinois State Academy of Science. During his years of service as a minister, his avocation was recording observations of nature and preparing study skins and life mounts of animals of the region. After his retirement from the church in 1940, he organized his collections and observations into the Northern Illinois Museum of Natural History, which he maintained at his home in Baileyville, Ogle County, Illinois. After his death in 1948, most of his life mounts were given to a high school, where they remained until 1983 when they were donated to the Illinois State Museum. Many of his bird study skins, egg sets, and photographs were given to Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa; in 1985-1986 these were transferred to the Illinois State Museum. Among his specimens was a life mount of a (now extinct) passenger pigeon, Ectopistes migratorius (Linnaeus, 1766), collected by his father, Edwin A. Carpenter (born in 1846 in Pennsylvania, died in 1919 in Illinois). This specimen is one of only 19 complete and 7 partial skeleton specimens of passenger pigeons known to exist in museum collections. ------ 6. Educational leadership of k&c jewelry Eichner graduated from Chaminade High School in Mineola, New York, in 1953. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Dayton and his graduate degree in theology from the University of Fribourg, in Switzerland, and he was ordained in 1966, From 1967 to 1992 he served as president of his high school alma mater, Chaminade. He was also leader of the Meribah Provincethe religious community of brothers who teach at Chaminade. This community separated from the Marianists New York Province during the 1970s because of deep differences concerning ministry and the role of the school apostolate. The Meribah Province assumed responsibility for a second school, Kellenberg Memorial High School, in 1987, with Eichner as president. Eichner is the President of Kellenberg and of St. Martin de Porres Marianist School, the Meribah Provinces third and final school. While President of Chaminade, Eichner established an endowment drive called the Torch Fund, to defray the costs of tuition. He thus helped initiate a trend among Catholic schools towards raising endowments and limiting tuition. ------ 7. Symphony, K. 75 (Mozart) of k&c jewelry The Symphony in F major "No. 42", K. 75, was probably written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart from March to August 1771 in Salzburg. The symphony is scored for two oboes, two horns and strings. In contemporary orchestras, it was also usual to include bassoons and harpsichord if they were available in the orchestra to reinforce the bass line and act as the continuo. The duration is approximately 13 minutes. The symphony consists of the following movements: Allegro, 34 Menuetto, 34 Andante, 24 Allegro, 38Unusually, the minuet and trio is the second rather than the usual third movement. Like other works from this time period, such as the K. 97 symphony, the autograph, which was in the possession of Breitkopf & Hrtel, was destroyed during World War II. Mozart's authorship therefore remains uncertain. Most professionals consider the work authentic. The Alte Mozart-Ausgabe (published 187982) gives the numbering sequence 141 for the 41 numbered symphonies. The unnumbered symphonies (some, including K. 75, published in supplements to the Alte-Mozart Ausgabe until 1910) are sometimes given numbers in the range 42 to 56, even though they were written earlier than Mozart's Symphony No. 41 (written in 1788). The symphony K. 75 is given the number 42 in this numbering scheme. ------ 8. Scholarship of k&c jewelry He began issuing collections of regional folklore as books during the 1980s based on his own fieldwork and archival material. He received popular recognition for his work with the publication of Ghost Stories from the American South (1985), which became a mass market paperback. The subjects of his other books focused on the Ozarks and Appalachian Mountains as folk regions and folk songs and humor in the South, including Ozark Country (1995), Southern Folk Ballads (1987, 2 volumes), Southern Mountain Folksongs (1993), Appalachian Images in Folk and Popular Culture (1989, 2nd ed. 1995), Ozark Mountain Humor (1989). He was also involved in the study of gospel music, and edited a magazine devoted to it entitled Rejoice. A large editorial project that had occupied him for many years was issued after his death as the Encyclopedia of American Gospel Music (2005). McNeil's analytical concern was to show, contrary to popular perceptions, that mountain folk cultures is complex and constantly evolving and adapting to new conditions rather than being stuck in the past. He linked the Ozarks to sources in Appalachian culture but also showed multiple influences that made the Ozarks distinct as a cultural region. ------ 9. Burton K. Farnsworth of k&c jewelry Burton Kent Farnsworth (March 6, 1890 September 27, 1945) was a Director of Secondary Education of Utah and a leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Farnsworth was born in Beaver, Utah Territory. From 1909 to 1912, he was a LDS Church missionary in Samoa. After his mission, he obtained education degrees from Utah State Agricultural College and a doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley. He was a professor of education at Utah State, and from 1934 until his death was the Director of Secondary Education of Utah. In the LDS Church, Farnsworth was a bishop in Fillmore, Utah, from 1928 to 1931, and from 1937 until his death was the second assistant George Q. Morris, the general superintendent of the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association (YMMIA). He had joined the general board of the YMMIA in 1935. Farnsworth died in Seattle, Washington, and was buried at Salt Lake City Cemetery. Farnsworth's papers are housed at the Harold B. Lee Library of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He was married to Mabel Pearce and was the father of six children. ------ 10. Writer of k&c jewelry He wrote many comedy skits for "Kathambam","Maththappu", "Kuthukalam" programs recorded with live audience at Studio 6 in Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation. He wrote many plays for broadcast in National Service. The popular serial play titled "Kiramathu Kanavukal" was written by him for Commercial Service and this play was released in Audio Cassettes at a grand function held at Ramakrishna Mission Hall, Colombo. Another comedy serial written by him, "Vaththiar Veedil" was broadcast for more than two years and as Audio cassettes sold in many countries. He wrote series of articles in magazines like "Chirithiran" and "Eelanadu Sunday Magazine". His short stories were published in national dailies like "Thinakaran" and Veerakesari. He wrote scripts for television plays like "Thiruppankal" and documentaries for Rubavahini in Sri Lanka. In Canada he wrote screenplay for films like "Engo Tholaivil", "Menmaiyana Vairangal" and "Uyire Uyire". He wrote and directed more than 20 stage plays in Canada. He wrote and produced "Maname Maname", a radio serial play for CMR Radio, Toronto. He has written a novel titled "Karaiyai Thedum Kaddumarangal", which won him Amuthan adikal Literary award for year 2009 in South India
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1. Rowland K. Adams of k&c jewelry Rowland K. Adams (July 10, 1889 July 30, 1944) was a Justice of the Maryland Court of Appeals, the highest court in the state of Maryland, from 1943 to 1944. Born in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, Adams moved with his family to Boonsboro, Maryland in 1895, where he attended Hagerstown High School. Adams graduated from St. John's College in Annapolis in 1911, and from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1914. Adams served stateside as a captain of infantry in the First World War, and was later a deputy state's attorney and a member of the Baltimore city supreme bench. During World War II, on March 26, 1942, Adams was appointed director of the Third Civilian Defense Region. On January 27, 1943, Governor Herbert O'Conor appointed Adams to a vacancy on the Maryland Court of Appeals caused by the death of Chief Judge Carroll T. Bond, and subsequent elevation of Judge D. Lindley Sloan to the position of Chief Judge. ------ 2. College career of k&c jewelry Nevada-Las VegasIn 2004, he redshirted. In 2005, he played 10 games and totaled 26 tackles as a defensive back, including 3.5 TFL and also had one sack and forced one fumble and blocked a punt. In 2006, he played in 10 games, starting six at linebacker and finished with 35 total tackles, and recovered two fumbles and forced another. Asiodu moved to linebacker in 2006 after spending 2004 and 2005 as a defensive back. He also earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors in 2006. Central OklahomaAsiodu sat out the 2007 season after transferring from UNLV to Division II Central Oklahoma. At UCO, he was named Second-team NCAA Division II All-Super Region 4 as a senior in 2007. He was also a First-team All-Lone Star Conference North Division pick and the Co-Linebacker of the Year after playing in 11 games made 74 tackles (12.5 for a loss) and had 4.5 sacks, 3 interceptions, broke up five passes, forced three fumbles and recovered two fumbles. He returned the three interceptions for 104 yards. ------ 3. Scholarship of k&c jewelry He began issuing collections of regional folklore as books during the 1980s based on his own fieldwork and archival material. He received popular recognition for his work with the publication of Ghost Stories from the American South (1985), which became a mass market paperback. The subjects of his other books focused on the Ozarks and Appalachian Mountains as folk regions and folk songs and humor in the South, including Ozark Country (1995), Southern Folk Ballads (1987, 2 volumes), Southern Mountain Folksongs (1993), Appalachian Images in Folk and Popular Culture (1989, 2nd ed. 1995), Ozark Mountain Humor (1989). He was also involved in the study of gospel music, and edited a magazine devoted to it entitled Rejoice. A large editorial project that had occupied him for many years was issued after his death as the Encyclopedia of American Gospel Music (2005). McNeil's analytical concern was to show, contrary to popular perceptions, that mountain folk cultures is complex and constantly evolving and adapting to new conditions rather than being stuck in the past. He linked the Ozarks to sources in Appalachian culture but also showed multiple influences that made the Ozarks distinct as a cultural region. ------ 4. K. Jayatillake of k&c jewelry Kaluachchigamage Jayatillake (Sinhala: .; 27 June 1926 14 September 2011), known as K.Jayatillake, is a Sinhala novelist and literary critic. He was born in Kannimahara, Gampaha District, Sri Lanka and was a contemporary of Mahagama Sekara having studied in the same school. He married Sumana Jayatillake and is the father of four children. K Jayatilake is one of Sri Lanka's topmost creative writers of the modern period of Sinhala literature. Using his close observations of village life, Jayatilake was a pioneer in the Sinhalese realistic novel. His first creative work, Punaruppattiya, a collection of short stories published in 1955, was well received. His award-winning novel and acknowledged masterpiece, Charitha Thunak, published in 1963, begins with a scene of peasants working in the field, evoking the intimate relationship between the villager and the earth. In this and other novels, Jayatilake reminds us also of the close-knit society of the village that is guided by common values. ------ 5. Arun Kumar Singh of k&c jewelry Arun Kumar Singh or commonly Arun Singh was the Indian Ambassador to the United States from 2015 to 2016. He is now a senior fellow with the Asia program at the German Marshall Fund of the United States. Before taking charge as ambassador in the United States, he was serving as Ambassador of India to France in Paris. On 8 March 2015, Ministry of External Affairs of India announced its decision to appoint Singh as the next Ambassador of India to the United States. He is a career Indian Foreign Service officer. He had previously served as Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy at Washington D.C. (200813), Ambassador to Israel (2005-2008) and as a Joint Secretary to the Ministry of External Affairs Government of India at New Delhi (20002005). Currently, he is a Senior Counsellor at The Cohen Group, a consulting firm in Washington D.C. that provides advice and assistance in marketing and regulatory affairs. ------ 6. Burton K. Farnsworth of k&c jewelry Burton Kent Farnsworth (March 6, 1890 September 27, 1945) was a Director of Secondary Education of Utah and a leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Farnsworth was born in Beaver, Utah Territory. From 1909 to 1912, he was a LDS Church missionary in Samoa. After his mission, he obtained education degrees from Utah State Agricultural College and a doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley. He was a professor of education at Utah State, and from 1934 until his death was the Director of Secondary Education of Utah. In the LDS Church, Farnsworth was a bishop in Fillmore, Utah, from 1928 to 1931, and from 1937 until his death was the second assistant George Q. Morris, the general superintendent of the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association (YMMIA). He had joined the general board of the YMMIA in 1935. Farnsworth died in Seattle, Washington, and was buried at Salt Lake City Cemetery. Farnsworth's papers are housed at the Harold B. Lee Library of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He was married to Mabel Pearce and was the father of six children. ------ 7. K-homology of k&c jewelry In mathematics, K-homology is a homology theory on the category of locally compact Hausdorff spaces. It classifies the elliptic pseudo-differential operators acting on the vector bundles over a space. In terms of C displaystyle C^* -algebras, it classifies the Fredholm modules over an algebra. An operator homotopy between two Fredholm modules ( H , F 0 , ) displaystyle (mathcal H,F_0,Gamma ) and ( H , F 1 , ) displaystyle (mathcal H,F_1,Gamma ) is a norm continuous path of Fredholm modules, t ( H , F t , ) displaystyle tmapsto (mathcal H,F_t,Gamma ) , t 0 , 1 . displaystyle tin 0,1. Two Fredholm modules are then equivalent if they are related by unitary transformations or operator homotopies. The K 0 ( A ) displaystyle K^0(A) group is the abelian group of equivalence classes of even Fredholm modules over A. The K 1 ( A ) displaystyle K^1(A) group is the abelian group of equivalence classes of odd Fredholm modules over A. Addition is given by direct summation of Fredholm modules, and the inverse of ( H , F , ) displaystyle (mathcal H,F,Gamma ) is ( H , F , ) . displaystyle (mathcal H,-F,-Gamma ). ------ 8. Club career of k&c jewelry Early lifeBorn in Tiet of So Paulo, he joined So Paulo FC youth team at the age of 12. However, Marco, who was not interested in football, quit the sport after six months and turned to basketball. At the age of 17, he joined the Ituano FC Open Test and started playing football again. Gyeongnam FCMarco joined Gyeongnam FC on one-year loan in 20 December 2016. He eventually made a full transfer to Gyeongnam on a three-year deal on 17 May 2017. He scored 22 goals in the league and helped his team win the K League Challenge on 14 October, and confirmed the promotion to K League 1 the following year. In the K League Challenge awards ceremony after the end of the season, he won the season's best 11, MVP and top score. he made his first K league 1 debut with his first hat-trick in the first match against Sangju Sangmu FC on 4 March 2018. Hebei China FortuneOn 21 February 2019, Marco transferred to Chinese Super League side Hebei China Fortune. ------ 9. K-optimal pattern discovery of k&c jewelry K-optimal pattern discovery is a data mining technique that provides an alternative to the frequent pattern discovery approach that underlies most association rule learning techniques. Frequent pattern discovery techniques find all patterns for which there are sufficiently frequent examples in the sample data. In contrast, k-optimal pattern discovery techniques find the k patterns that optimize a user-specified measure of interest. The parameter k is also specified by the user. Examples of k-optimal pattern discovery techniques include: k-optimal classification rule discovery. k-optimal subgroup discovery. finding k most interesting patterns using sequential sampling. mining top.k frequent closed patterns without minimum support. k-optimal rule discovery.In contrast to k-optimal rule discovery and frequent pattern mining techniques, subgroup discovery focuses on mining interesting patterns with respect to a specified target property of interest. This includes, for example, binary, nominal, or numeric attributes, but also more complex target concepts such as correlations between several variables. Background knowledge like constraints and ontological relations can often be successfully applied for focusing and improving the discovery results. ------ 10. Educational leadership of k&c jewelry Eichner graduated from Chaminade High School in Mineola, New York, in 1953. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Dayton and his graduate degree in theology from the University of Fribourg, in Switzerland, and he was ordained in 1966, From 1967 to 1992 he served as president of his high school alma mater, Chaminade. He was also leader of the Meribah Provincethe religious community of brothers who teach at Chaminade. This community separated from the Marianists New York Province during the 1970s because of deep differences concerning ministry and the role of the school apostolate. The Meribah Province assumed responsibility for a second school, Kellenberg Memorial High School, in 1987, with Eichner as president. Eichner is the President of Kellenberg and of St. Martin de Porres Marianist School, the Meribah Provinces third and final school. While President of Chaminade, Eichner established an endowment drive called the Torch Fund, to defray the costs of tuition. He thus helped initiate a trend among Catholic schools towards raising endowments and limiting tuition. ------ 11. Professional career of k&c jewelry First stint with RamsAfter going undrafted in the 2009 NFL Draft Asiodu was signed by the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent. He was waived during final cuts on September 5 and re-signed to the practice squad. The Rams released Asiodu from the practice squad on September 17. Miami DolphinsAsiodu was signed to the practice squad of the Miami Dolphins on September 29 when the team released linebacker Danny Lansanah from the practice squad. Second stint with RamsAsiodu was again signed to the St. Louis Rams practice squad on October 12, 2009, then moved to the active roster on October 20. He played in 10 games. Asiodu was waived by the Rams on June 29, 2010 with an injury settlement. New Orleans SaintsThe Saints signed Asiodu to a one-year contract on August 24, 2010. Green Bay PackersThe Packers signed Asiodu on August 3, 2011. He was waived/injured on August 30. Chicago BearsOn August 11, 2012, Asiodu signed with the Chicago Bears. On August 26, the Bears waived Asiodu. ------ 12. Murray The K It's What's Happening, Baby of k&c jewelry Murray The K It's What's Happening, Baby was a television special on CBS-TV hosted by Murray the K. The show aired on June 28, 1965. The special featured performances by many of the popular artists of the day like Jan & Dean, Mary Wells, the Dave Clark Five, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, The Supremes, Tom Jones, Bill Cosby, Patti LaBelle & the Bluebelles, The Drifters, The Miracles, Ray Charles, Marvin Gaye, The Ronettes, Chuck Jackson, The Four Tops, The Temptations, The Righteous Brothers and Little Anthony & the Imperials occasionally interspersed with Murray the K's public announcements urging the youth of America to pursue education and summer employment (due to the show being co-produced by the U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity). The show opened with a performance of "Nowhere To Run" by Martha and the Vandellas filmed at a Mustang assembly line in the Ford River Rouge Plant in Detroit. An illegal bootleg version was released by Lady Goose Productions in 2007 as a DVD entitled: Murray the K & His 1965 Show of Shows.
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Knowledge About K&c Jewelry
Knowledge About K&c Jewelry
1. Jacob K. Shafer of k&c jewelry Jacob K. 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. ------ 2. 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. ------ 3. Kapes of k&c jewelry Kapes is an extinct genus of procolophonid parareptile from the Lower and Middle Triassic of the United Kingdom and Russia. It is a member of the subfamily Procolophoninae. The type species K. amaenus was named in 1975 from the banks of the Vychegda River in the Komi Republic of Russia. In 1983, a new species was brought into the genus, K. majmesculae. K. majmesculae was first named in 1968 as a member of the genus Tichvinskia. A third Russian species, K. serotinus, was named in 1991. In 2002, Kapes bentoni was named from the Middle Triassic Otter Sandstone Formation of Devon, England, extending the geographic range of Kapes. In the same paper, K. serotinus was synonymized with K. majmesculae and another Russian species was assigned to Kapes called K. komiensis. K. komiensis was first named in 1975 (in the same paper K. amaenus was named in) as a member of the genus Macrophon. . ------ 4. K. Jayatillake of k&c jewelry Kaluachchigamage Jayatillake (Sinhala: .; 27 June 1926 14 September 2011), known as K.Jayatillake, is a Sinhala novelist and literary critic. He was born in Kannimahara, Gampaha District, Sri Lanka and was a contemporary of Mahagama Sekara having studied in the same school. He married Sumana Jayatillake and is the father of four children. K Jayatilake is one of Sri Lanka's topmost creative writers of the modern period of Sinhala literature. Using his close observations of village life, Jayatilake was a pioneer in the Sinhalese realistic novel. His first creative work, Punaruppattiya, a collection of short stories published in 1955, was well received. His award-winning novel and acknowledged masterpiece, Charitha Thunak, published in 1963, begins with a scene of peasants working in the field, evoking the intimate relationship between the villager and the earth. In this and other novels, Jayatilake reminds us also of the close-knit society of the village that is guided by common values. ------ 5. Rowland K. Adams of k&c jewelry Rowland K. Adams (July 10, 1889 July 30, 1944) was a Justice of the Maryland Court of Appeals, the highest court in the state of Maryland, from 1943 to 1944. Born in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, Adams moved with his family to Boonsboro, Maryland in 1895, where he attended Hagerstown High School. Adams graduated from St. John's College in Annapolis in 1911, and from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1914. Adams served stateside as a captain of infantry in the First World War, and was later a deputy state's attorney and a member of the Baltimore city supreme bench. During World War II, on March 26, 1942, Adams was appointed director of the Third Civilian Defense Region. On January 27, 1943, Governor Herbert O'Conor appointed Adams to a vacancy on the Maryland Court of Appeals caused by the death of Chief Judge Carroll T. Bond, and subsequent elevation of Judge D. Lindley Sloan to the position of Chief Judge. ------ 6. 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. ------ 7. Club career of k&c jewelry Early lifeBorn in Tiet of So Paulo, he joined So Paulo FC youth team at the age of 12. However, Marco, who was not interested in football, quit the sport after six months and turned to basketball. At the age of 17, he joined the Ituano FC Open Test and started playing football again. Gyeongnam FCMarco joined Gyeongnam FC on one-year loan in 20 December 2016. He eventually made a full transfer to Gyeongnam on a three-year deal on 17 May 2017. He scored 22 goals in the league and helped his team win the K League Challenge on 14 October, and confirmed the promotion to K League 1 the following year. In the K League Challenge awards ceremony after the end of the season, he won the season's best 11, MVP and top score. he made his first K league 1 debut with his first hat-trick in the first match against Sangju Sangmu FC on 4 March 2018. Hebei China FortuneOn 21 February 2019, Marco transferred to Chinese Super League side Hebei China Fortune. ------ 8. 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. ------ 9. Arun Kumar Singh of k&c jewelry Arun Kumar Singh or commonly Arun Singh was the Indian Ambassador to the United States from 2015 to 2016. He is now a senior fellow with the Asia program at the German Marshall Fund of the United States. Before taking charge as ambassador in the United States, he was serving as Ambassador of India to France in Paris. On 8 March 2015, Ministry of External Affairs of India announced its decision to appoint Singh as the next Ambassador of India to the United States. He is a career Indian Foreign Service officer. He had previously served as Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy at Washington D.C. (200813), Ambassador to Israel (2005-2008) and as a Joint Secretary to the Ministry of External Affairs Government of India at New Delhi (20002005). Currently, he is a Senior Counsellor at The Cohen Group, a consulting firm in Washington D.C. that provides advice and assistance in marketing and regulatory affairs. ------ 10. 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. ------ 11. College career of k&c jewelry Nevada-Las VegasIn 2004, he redshirted. In 2005, he played 10 games and totaled 26 tackles as a defensive back, including 3.5 TFL and also had one sack and forced one fumble and blocked a punt. In 2006, he played in 10 games, starting six at linebacker and finished with 35 total tackles, and recovered two fumbles and forced another. Asiodu moved to linebacker in 2006 after spending 2004 and 2005 as a defensive back. He also earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors in 2006. Central OklahomaAsiodu sat out the 2007 season after transferring from UNLV to Division II Central Oklahoma. At UCO, he was named Second-team NCAA Division II All-Super Region 4 as a senior in 2007. He was also a First-team All-Lone Star Conference North Division pick and the Co-Linebacker of the Year after playing in 11 games made 74 tackles (12.5 for a loss) and had 4.5 sacks, 3 interceptions, broke up five passes, forced three fumbles and recovered two fumbles. He returned the three interceptions for 104 yards. ------ 12. 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. ------ 13. Professional career of k&c jewelry First stint with RamsAfter going undrafted in the 2009 NFL Draft Asiodu was signed by the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent. He was waived during final cuts on September 5 and re-signed to the practice squad. The Rams released Asiodu from the practice squad on September 17. Miami DolphinsAsiodu was signed to the practice squad of the Miami Dolphins on September 29 when the team released linebacker Danny Lansanah from the practice squad. Second stint with RamsAsiodu was again signed to the St. Louis Rams practice squad on October 12, 2009, then moved to the active roster on October 20. He played in 10 games. Asiodu was waived by the Rams on June 29, 2010 with an injury settlement. New Orleans SaintsThe Saints signed Asiodu to a one-year contract on August 24, 2010. Green Bay PackersThe Packers signed Asiodu on August 3, 2011. He was waived/injured on August 30. Chicago BearsOn August 11, 2012, Asiodu signed with the Chicago Bears. On August 26, the Bears waived Asiodu.
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Introduction to K&c Jewelry
Introduction to K&c Jewelry
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. ------ 4. 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. ------ 8. 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. ------ 9. 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. ------ 11. 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. ------ 12. 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 Jacob K. 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.
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1. Date of the sonata of k&c jewelry In a letter to a fellow Freemason Michael von Puchberg, dated 12 July 1789, Mozart wrote "meanwhile I am working on six easy piano sonatas for Princess Friederike and six quartets for the King". Hermann Abert believed K. 576 to be one of these sonatas; however, Wolfgang Plath and Wolfgang Rehm stated in the Neue Mozart-Ausgabe that they doubted this, as K. 576 is demanding to play, often considered one of Mozart's hardest sonatas, due to its technically difficult counterpoint passages. Charles Rosen offered a moderate viewpoint, considering that Mozart may have mistakenly believed that these passages were easy (as they are in two parts, one in each hand), even if they are not actually so in practice ------ 2. 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) ------ 3. Arthur K. Barnes of k&c jewelry Arthur Kelvin Barnes (6 December 1909 11 March 1969) was an American science fiction author. Barnes wrote mostly for pulp magazines in the 1930s and 1940s. Barnes was most noted for his vivid and believable portrayals of alien life. As such, he is compared to Stanley G. Weinbaum. Before Barnes (and Weinbaum), SF writers usually portrayed aliens as earth-like monsters, with little originality. He was a member of the Maana Literary Society. Several stories by Barnes were collaborations with the author Henry Kuttner, including several of the Hollywood on the Moon, Pete Manx, and Gerry Carlyle series of stories. Barnes wrote a series of stories about "interplanetary hunters" Tommy Strike and Gerry Carlyle, collected in the books Interplanetary Hunter (1956) and Interplanetary Huntress (2007). ------ 4. 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. ------ 5. Station and programming of k&c jewelry Originally put on the air by then-owner Ken Kuenzie as KSLQ in 1985, the station changed its callsign to KWMO in July 1998 under the new owner Brad Hildebrand. The station changed its call sign once more on July 28, 2014 to the current KRAP. KRAP transmits from Warren County about 1 mile (1.6 km) north of the Missouri River and downtown Washington. As a sports station, KRAP featured the CBS Sports Radio Network. KRAP also broadcast local and regional sports play-by-play including St. Louis Blues Hockey, Kansas City Chiefs football as well as high school, college, and minor league sports teams. On June 24, 2018, KRAP changed formats from sports to hot adult contemporary, branded as "Westplex 107.1" (simulcast on translator K296HA Washington, Missouri). ------ 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. Gerald K. Anderson of k&c jewelry Gerald K. Anderson (April 26, 1921 - November 3, 1995) was an American legislator who served in the Wisconsin State Assembly from 1965 to 1969. Born in Waupaca, a small town in Wisconsin's Waupaca County, Gerald Anderson attended Waupaca elementary and high schools, with a subsequent B.A. degree from what is now the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1942. from 1942 to 1945, during World War II, he served in the United States Army and also, in 1943, studied at the University of Missouri. Receiving his law degree (LL.B.) from the University of Wisconsin Law School, he became an attorney and, in 1964, district attorney of Waupaca County. Later that year, he received the Republican nomination for a seat in the State Assembly and was elected in November, with appointment to Legislative Council Judiciary Committee. ------ 8. Leaked rehearsal tape of k&c jewelry An 8-song demo tape recorded in the Kobza Studio in 1989 circulates. The tape contains 6 of the songs plus two unreleased songs, "Ty ushel" and "Chio San". "Chio San" would later be re-recorded and released on the album Chudovy svit in 2013, more than 20 years after the original conception of the song. "Ty ushel" was intended to be put on the tape, but was left off and later appeared in 1992 on Abo abo. "Bili plyamy" is also arranged differently on this tape, suggesting the tape was recorded before the present arrangement of the song. The track list goes as follows: Videos of "Zv'yazok" and "Ty ushel" from these sessions were included on the documentary "Hai zhyve VV" in 1995. ------ 9. Development of k&c jewelry The book was originally announced in December, 2011 as The Complete Book of K9 and was planned to be released the following year with pre-orders beginning in February. The book would've covered the history of K9, interviews with people involved with the character, and never-before-seen photos, designs a behind-the-scenes details. Another book, The K9 Story Book, was planned for release in 2012, originally set for release in September, 2011, to tie in with the repeat of the first series of the K-9 television series on Channel 5. The book was re-announced in January, 2015, as The Essential Book of K9 and a crowd-funding project on Indiegogo began to raise funds for it which lasted for two months. The project had raised 2,968, 59% of its goal of 5,000. ------ 10. 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. ------ 11. 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. ------ 12. 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. ------ 13. Published Articles of k&c jewelry "Toward a Theory of Popular Harmony", in Moore, Alan, ed. Critical Issues in Popular Musicology (Ashgate, 2007)(Originally published in In Theory Only, Vol. 4 No. 2, June 1978) "Randy Newman's Americana", in Middleton, Richard, ed. Reading Pop : Approaches to Textual Analysis in Popular Music , p. 27-57 (Oxford University Press, 2000) (originally published in Popular Music Vol. 7 No. 1, Fall 1988, pp. 126 "Writing Ghost Notes: The Poetics and Politics of Transcription" in Schwartz, David, and Anahid Kassabian, ed., Keeping Score Music, Disciplinarity, Culture (University Press of Virginia Press,1997), p. 169-203 "In Search of Yaa Amponsah" in Straw, Will, et al., ed., Popular Music - Style and Identity (Montreal, Centre for Research on Canadian Cultural Industries and Institutions, 1995) "Pop Music's Middle Years", Music Educator's Journal, Vol. 66 No. 4, December 1979 ------ 14. Men's K-1 at WAKO World Championships 2007 Belgrade -63.5 kg of k&c jewelry The men's light welterweight (63.5 kg/139.7 lbs) K-1 category at the W.A.K.O. World Championships 2007 in Belgrade was the fourth lightest of the K-1 tournaments, involving twelve fighters from four continents (Europe, Asia, Africa and North America). Each of the matches was three rounds of two minutes each and were fought under K-1 rules. As there were too few fighters for a sixteen-man tournament, four of the competitors had byes through to the quarter finals. The tournament gold medallist was the highly decorated Belarusian Andrei Kulebin who won his third W.A.K.O. world championships by defeating Russian Kurbanali Akaev in the final. Defeated semi finalists, Jose Luis Uribe Garcia from Mexico and Serbian Sreten Miletic, won bronze medals. ------ 15. Pamela K. Anderson of k&c jewelry Pamela K. Anderson was the Director General of the International Potato Center, or CIP (Centro Internacional de la Papa) 20042013. Anderson holds a D.Sc. in Populations Sciences/Vector Entomology from the Harvard University School of Public Health as well as two master's degrees in entomology and human ecology. She assumed the Directorship of CIP in 2004 from Dr. Hubert Zandstra, who had led the Center since 1991. She joined CIP in 2002, and has worked in Latin America on food supply issues for 25 years. She was previously the organization's deputy director of general research. She became a member of the Board for international food and Agricultural Development (BIFAD) in 2016, appointed under then President Barack Obama. ------ 16. 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.
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