German submarine U-779

U-570 Type VIIC submarine that was captured by the British in 1941. This U-boat is almost identical to U-779.History Nazi Germany Name: U-779 Ordered: 20 January 1941 Builder: Kriegsmarinewerft, Wilhelmshaven Yard number: 162 Laid down: 21 July 1943 Launched: 17 June 1944 Commissioned: 24 August 1944 Fate: Surrendered on 5 May 1945 Status: Sunk on 17 December 1945 General characteristics Class and type: Type VIIC submarine Displacement: 769 tonnes (757 long tons) surfaced 871 t (857 long tons) submerged Length: 67.10 m (220 ft 2 in) o/a 50.50 m (165 ft 8 in) pressure hull Beam: 6.20 m (20 ft 4 in) o/a 4.70 m (15 ft 5 in) pressure hull Height: 9.60 m (31 ft 6 in) Draught: 4.74 m (15 ft 7 in) Installed power: 2,800–3,200 PS (2,100–2,400 kW; 2,800–3,200 bhp) (diesels) 750 PS (550 kW; 740 shp) (electric) Propulsion: 2 shafts 2 × diesel engines 2 × electric motors Speed: 17.7 knots (32.8 km/h; 20.4 mph) surfaced 7.6 knots (14.1 km/h; 8.7 mph) submerged Range: 8,500 nmi (15,700 km; 9,800 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) surfaced 80 nmi (150 km; 92 mi) at 4 knots (7.4 km/h; 4.6 mph) submerged Test depth: 220 m (720 ft) Crush depth: 250–295 m (820–968 ft) Complement: 4 officers, 44–52 enlisted Armament: 5 × 53.3 cm (21 in) torpedo tubes (four bow, one stern) 14 × torpedoes or 26 TMA mines 1 × 8.8 cm (3.46 in) deck gun (220 rounds) various AA guns Service record Part of: 31st U-boat Flotilla (Training) 24 August 1944 – 5 May 1945 Commanders: Oblt.z.S. Johann Stegmann[1] 24 August 1944 – 5 May 1945 Operations: No patrols Victories: None German submarine U-779 was a Type VIIC U-boat of Nazi Germany’s Kriegsmarine during World War II. She was ordered on 20 January 1941, and was laid down on 21 July 1943 at Kriegsmarinewerft, Wilhelmshaven, as yard number 162. She was launched on 17 June 1944 and commissioned under the command of Oberleutnant zur See Johann Stegmann on 24 August 1944.[2]Contents 1 Design 2 Service history 3 References 4 Bibliography 5 External linksDesign[edit] German Type VIIC submarines were preceded by the shorter Type VIIB submarines. U-779 had a displacement of 769 tonnes (757. thanks wikipedia.

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Mac (rapper)

Mac Birth name McKinley Phipps Also known as The Camouflage Assassin Lil Mac Born (1977-07-30) July 30, 1977 (age 38) Origin New Orleans, Louisiana, USA Genres Hip hop Occupation(s) Rapper Instruments Vocals, sampler Years active 1989–present Labels No Limit, Priority Associated acts Master P, Nas, Snoop Dogg, 504 Boyz, Silkk the Shocker, Soulja Slim, B.G. (rapper) , Mystikal, Mia X, C-Murder McKinley Phipps (born July 30, 1977),[1] better known as Mac, is an American rapper and songwriter from New Orleans’ 3rd Ward, and would grow to be one of the most critically acclaimed on Master P’s No Limit Records, both as a solo rapper and as a member of the super group 504 Boyz. He also collaborated with rapper B.G. on the album Chopper City released in 1996.Contents 1 Early Music career1.1 Late 1990s: No Limit Records, Shell Shocked, and World War III 1.2 504 Boyz and Later Releases 2 Legal Issues 3 Discography3.1 Solo albums 3.2 Compilation albums 3.3 Mixtapes 3.4 Collaboration albums 4 Singles4.1 As lead artist 5 References 6 External linksEarly Music career[edit] Mac was born Mckinley Phipps in New Orleans, Louisiana. He started his music career as a kid rapper in the year 1990. At 13 years old he made his solo debut album under the name of “Lil Mac”, called The Lyrical Midget. The album was one of the earliest commercial hip-hop albums to come out of New Orleans, and featured some production from New Orleans producer Mannie Fresh. It was not very successful though Lil Mac would not be heard from for another 7 years. Late 1990s: No Limit Records, Shell Shocked, and World War III[edit] In 1997, after rejecting an offer to move to New York and sign with Def Jam Records, Lil Mac changed his name to Mac and signed with Master P’s No Limit Records.[2] He toured with No Limit throughout the U.S. and Europe, and made guest appearances on many other artists’ albums before releasing his own. He was featured on Master P’s Ghetto D, Mystikal’s Unpredictable, and Mia X’s Unlady Like, among others. The next year, 1998, Mac released his second solo album and first with No Limit, Shell Shocked. The album is Mac’s most commercially successful to date, reaching #11 on the Billboard 200.[3] Mac again was featured on many other No Limit releases that year. In 1999 he released his second album on the label, World War III. While it was still on the label, this release differed from usual No Limit releases in that it was not excl. thanks wikipedia.

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Liebowitz

Liebowitz is a surname. It may refer to: People[edit]Jack Liebowitz (1900–2000), American accountant and publisher, co-owner of Detective Comics Michael Liebowitz, psychiatrist and researcher specializing in anxiety disorders Ronald D. Liebowitz (born 1957), president of Middlebury College Sidney Liebowitz, better known as Steve Lawrence (born 1935), American singer Simon J. Liebowitz (1905–1998), New York politician and judgeFictional characters[edit]Fawn Liebowitz, a fictional character mentioned in the movie National Lampoon’s Animal HouseSee also[edit]Leibowitz Leibovitz Lebowitz This page or section lists people with the surname Liebowitz. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person’s given name(s) to the link. thanks wikipedia.

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West Dunbartonshire (UK Parliament constituency)

Coordinates: 55°57′58″N 4°30′22″W / 55.966°N 4.506°W / 55.966; -4.506 West Dunbartonshire County constituency for the House of CommonsBoundary of West Dunbartonshire in Scotland.Subdivisions of Scotland Scotland Major settlements West Dunbartonshire Current constituency Created 2005 Member of parliament Martin Docherty (SNP) Number of members One Created from Dumbarton Clydebank & Milngavie 1950–1983 Number of members One Replaced by Dumbarton[1] Created from Dunbartonshire Dumbarton Burghs Overlaps European Parliament constituency Scotland West Dunbartonshire is a county constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom (Westminster). It elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election and covers the same area as the county of West Dunbartonshire. The current constituency was first used in the 2005 general election. There was also an earlier West Dunbartonshire constituency, from 1950 to 1983. The current MP is Martin Docherty of the Scottish National Party, who was elected at the 2015 general election.Contents 1 Boundaries1.1 Historic 1.2 Current 2 Members of Parliament2.1 Members of Parliament, 1950 to 1983 2.2 Members of Parliament, 2005 to present 3 Election results3.1 Since 2005 3.2 Elections in the 1970s 3.3 Elections in the 1960s 3.4 Elections in the 1950s 4 Notes and referencesBoundaries[edit] Historic[edit] The historic constituency was created under the House of Commons (Redistribution of Seats) Act 1949 and first used in the 1950 general election.[2] As created in 1950, the constituency was one of two covering the county of Dunbarton. The other was East Dunbartonshire. The two new constituencies replaced the earlier constituencies of Dunbartonshire and Dumbarton Burghs.[2] West Dunbartonshire covered the Helensburgh, Old Kilpatrick, and Vale of Leven districts of the county and the burghs of Cove and Kilcreggan, Dumbarton and Helensburgh.[2] For the 1951 general election the constituency boundaries were adjusted to take account of a change to the boundaries of the Old Kilpatrick district.[2] The results of the First Periodical Review of the Boundary Commission were implemented for the 1955 general election, but there was no change to the boundaries of West Dunbartonshire, and the boundaries of 1951 and 1955 were used also in the general elections of 1959, 1964, 1966 and 1970.[2] The results of the S. thanks wikipedia.

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Akselsundet

Van Mijenfjorden and Akseløya, with Akselsundet to the left. Akselsundet is a sound between Van Mijenfjorden and Bellsund at Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It has a width of about 1.2 kilometers, located north of Akseløya, and is the main entrance to Van Mijenfjorden. There are strong tidal currents in the strait, up to five to six knots.[1][2] The entrance is marked by a light at Birkelandodden, the northern point of Akseløya.[2][3][4] References[edit] ^ “Akselsundet (Svalbard)”. Norwegian Polar Institute. Retrieved 1 July 2013.  ^ a b Arctic Pilot: Sailing directions Svalbard–Jan Mayen 7. Stavanger: The Norwegian Hydrographic Service and The Norwegian Polar Institute. 1988. p. 213. ISBN 82-90653-06-9.  ^ “Akseløya lykt (Svalbard)”. Norwegian Polar Institute. Retrieved 17 July 2013.  ^ “Birkelandodden (Svalbard)”. Norwegian Polar Institute. Retrieved 17 July 2013.  Coordinates: 77°45′06″N 14°33′21″E / 77.7516°N 14.5559°E / 77.7516; 14.5559This Svalbard location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Rupert R. Beetham

Rupert Rennison BeethamBorn (1877-08-29)August 29, 1877 Greensburg, Ohio Died May 5, 1933(1933-05-05) (aged 55) Columbus, Ohio Resting place Cadiz Union Cemetery, Cadiz, Ohio Alma mater Scio College Ohio State University College of Law Rupert Rennison Beetham[1] (August 29, 1877 – May 5, 1933) was a Republican politician in the U.S. state of Ohio who was Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives 1921–1922. Mr. Beetham was born in Greensburg, Trumbull County, Ohio.[2] He was educated at the Canton High School, Scio College and the Ohio State University School of Law.[3] He lettered in Football at Ohio State in for the 1899 team with a record of 9–0–1.[4] Mr. Beetham was a lawyer, farmer, and teacher. He belonged to the Free Masons and the Knights of Pythias. He was a member of the School board of Cadiz Schools starting in 1904, and served as postmaster of Cadiz, Ohio from 1906–1914. He was married and lived in Cadiz.[3] He was a Methodist.[1] He died at a Columbus hospital of complications of arteriosclerosis in 1933. He had been in declining health for several years. He was 55.[5] He had previously been the prohibition director in the administration of governor Myers Y. Cooper. His funeral was held May 7, 1933 in Cadiz. Footnotes[edit] ^ a b Ohio 1920 : 141 ^ “R. R. Beetham, Former State Dry Czar, Dies”, Steubenville Herald Star, Friday, May 5, 1933, Steubenville, Ohio, United States Of America ^ a b Ohio 1917 : 471 ^ “2011 Football Media Guide” (PDF). Ohio State University. p. 154. Retrieved July 9, 2012.  ^ “Rupert Beetham Dies Today At Columbus, Ohio”, Delphos Daily Herald, Friday, May 5, 1933, Delphos, Ohio, United States Of America References[edit]Ohio General Assembly (1917). Manual of legislative practice in the General Assembly. State of Ohio. p. 471.  Halley, W E; Maynard, John P. (1920). Manual of Legislative Practice in the General Assembly 1919–1920. Columbus: State Bindery. p. 141. Ohio House of Representatives Preceded by Carl R. Kimball Speaker of the Ohio House 1921–1922 Succeeded by H. H. Griswold This article about an Ohio politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Lucynów, Siedlce County

See also: Lucynów, Wyszków County Lucynów Village CountryPoland Voivodeship Masovian County Siedlce County Gmina Zbuczyn Lucynów [luˈt͡sɨnuf] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Zbuczyn, within Siedlce County, Masovian Voivodeship, in east-central Poland.[1] References[edit] ^ “Central Statistical Office (GUS) – TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)” (in Polish). 2008-06-01. v t e Gmina Zbuczyn SeatZbuczyn Other villagesBorki-Kosy Borki-Wyrki Bzów Choja Chromna Cielemęc Czuryły Dziewule Grochówka Grodzisk Izdebki-Błażeje Izdebki-Kośmidry Izdebki-Kosny Izdebki-Wąsy Januszówka Jasionka Karcze Krzesk-Królowa Niwa Krzesk-Majątek Kwasy Łęcznowola Lipiny Lucynów Ługi Wielkie Ługi-Rętki Maciejowice Modrzew Olędy Pogonów Rówce Rzążew Smolanka Sobicze Stary Krzesk Świercze Tarcze Tchórzew Tchórzew-Plewki Tęczki Wesółka Wólka Kamienna Zawady Zdany Coordinates: 52°08′48″N 22°27′53″E / 52.14667°N 22.46472°E / 52.14667; 22.46472This Siedlce County location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Lars Eriksson (footballer)

Lars ErikssonPersonal information Full name Lars Eriksson Date of birth (1965-09-21) September 21, 1965 (age 50) Place of birth Stockholm, Sweden Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) Playing position Goalkeeper Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1986–1989 Hammarby 50 (0) 1989–1994 Norrköping 189 (0) 1994–1995 Charleroi 9 (0) 1995–1998 FC Porto 9 (0) 1998–2001 Hammarby 73 (0) National team 1988–1995 Sweden 17 (0)* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (goals) Lars Eriksson (born September 21, 1965 in Stockholm) is a former football goalkeeper from Sweden. He participated in the 1990 FIFA World Cup, 1994 FIFA World Cup and Euro 1992.[1] He played for Hammarby, Norrköping, Charleroi and FC Porto. International career[edit] Between 1988 and 1995 he played 17 matches for the national team, but was often used as bench cover for Thomas Ravelli. He took part in the 1990 FIFA World Cup, 1994 FIFA World Cup and Euro 1992. References[edit] ^ 1994 FIFA World Cup: Sweden Squad FIFA. Retrieved 22 January 2010. External links[edit]Lars Eriksson at footballzz.co.uk Lars Eriksson profile at ForaDeJogo   Sweden squads v t e Sweden football squad – 1988 Summer Olympics1 S. Andersson 2 Vaattovaara 3 Lönn 4 Arnberg (c) 5 R. Nilsson 6 Thern 7 Engqvist 8 M. Andersson 9 J. Nilsson 10 Limpar 11 Lindman 12 B. Nilsson 13 Dahlin 14 Eskilsson 15 Hellström 16 Ljung 17 Eriksson 18 Svensson 19 Palmér 20 Rehn Coach: Lennartssonv t e Sweden squad – 1990 FIFA World Cup1 Andersson 2 J. Eriksson 3 Hysén (c) 4 Larsson 5 Ljung 6 R. Nilsson 7 Nyhlén 8 Schwarz 9 Engqvist 10 Ingesson 11 Jansson 12 L. Eriksson 13 Limpar 14 J. Nilsson 15 Strömberg 16 Thern 17 Brolin 18 Ekström 19 Gren 20 Magnusson 21 Pettersson 22 Ravelli Coach: Nordinv t e Sweden squad – UEFA Euro 1992 Semi-finalists1 Ravelli 2 R. Nilsson 3 J. Eriksson 4 P. Andersson 5 Björklund 6 Schwarz 7 Ingesson 8 Rehn 9 Thern (c) 10 Limpar 11 Brolin 12 L. Eriksson 13 M. Nil. thanks wikipedia.

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George Brunner (composer)

For other people with the same name, see George Brunner. George Brunner is an American composer and performer born in Philadelphia. He has founded the International Electroacoustic Music Festival at Brooklyn College in 1995 where he has produced renowned composers such as Pauline Oliveros and Noah Creshevsky.[1][2] He is also the founder of the Brooklyn College Electroacoustic Music Ensemble. Currently, he is the Director of the Music Technology Program for the Conservatory of Music at Brooklyn College and on the faculty of the Brooklyn College Center for Computer Music (BC-CCM).[3][4] George Brunner has presented his lecture, “Text Sound: Interlingua, Intermedia, Electronica”, at the Spark festival.[5] His works have been performed around the world festivals and concerts including the Spark Festival,[6] the Electronic Music Midwest Festival (EMM),[7] Experimental Intermedia,[8] Compendium International – Bourges (2003),[9] and the 60×60 project in 2003,[10] 2004,[11] 2005,[12] and 2006.[13] George Brunner is also a sound engineer who has recorded well known composers such as Morton Feldman[14] Joan La Barbara. [15] and Richard Kostelanetz[16][17]Contents 1 Reviews and articles 2 Discography 3 References 4 External linksReviews and articles[edit]”Ingenuity and madness?”, Malcolm Miller, “Music & Vision Daily”, December 24, 2005 “Bass Works of Good Humor”, John Rockwell, “New York Times” May 21, 1990Discography[edit]From Pianalan 60×60 (2004-2005) Vox Novus VN-001 Within/Without “Chrysopée électronique” Vol.25 : Compendium International 2003 Bourges (LCD 2781131/32) Radio Play 60×60 (2003) Capstone Records CPS-8744References[edit] ^ Information Technology Services. “BC News”. Brooklyn.cuny.edu. Retrieved 2012-11-24.  ^ “Electro-Aucustic Music Festival”. Brooklyn.cuny.edu. Retrieved 2012-11-24.  ^ “Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music”. 146.245.216.120. Retrieved 2012-11-24.  ^ “George Brunner”. Voxnovus.com. Retrieved 2012-11-24.  ^ “Media Archive”. Spark. Regents of the University of Minnesota. Retrieved 7 April 2013.  ^ “Concert Schedule” (PDF). Electronic Music Midwest. 2002. Retrieved 7 April 2013.  ^ “Electronic Music Midwest” (PDF). 2004. Retrieved 7 April 2013.  ^ “Ciam – Activités”. Ciam-arts.org. Retrieved 2012-11-24.  ^ “Events”. EULEC (in German). Retrieved 7 April 2013.  ^ “60×60 (2003) project – Vox Novus – the new voice in contemporary music”. Vox Novus. 2002-05-01. thanks wikipedia.

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Rudder (surname)

The surname Rudder may refer to:James Earl Rudder (1910–1970), United States Army major general, Texas Land Commissioner, and sixteenth president of Texas A&M University John E. Rudder (born 1925), the first African-American officer in the regular US Marine Corps, in 1948 Michael Rudder (born 1950), Canadian actor Pieter De Rudder (1822–1898), farm labourer whose healed broken leg is considered one of the most famous recognized Lourdes miracles Samuel Rudder (c. 1726–1801), English topographer, printer and antiquarian Scott Rudder (born 1969), American politician Sean Rudder (born 1979), Australian former rugby league footballer This page or section lists people with the surname Rudder. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person’s given name(s) to the link. thanks wikipedia.

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