Lord Norwich

An unqualified reference to Lord Norwich could refer to:Earl of Norwich, an extinct title created three times in the Peerage of England and once in the Peerage of Great Britain Viscount Norwich, a title created in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1952 This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Lord Norwich. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. thanks wikipedia.

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European Tour 2014/2015 – Event 1

European Tour 2014/2015 Event 1 Tournament information Dates 7–10 August 2014 Venue Arena Riga City Riga Country Latvia Organisation(s) WPBSA Format Minor-ranking event Total prize fund €125,000 Winner’s share €25,000 Highest break 142 Final ChampionMark Selby Runner-upMark Allen Score 4–3← AT Event 1 ← First event ET Event 2 → 2015 Riga →The European Tour 2014/2015 – Event 1 (also known as the 2014 Kaspersky Lab Riga Open[1]) was a professional minor-ranking snooker tournament that took place between 7–10 August 2014 at the Arena Riga in Riga, Latvia.[2] This was the first professional snooker tournament held in Latvia.[3] Mark Selby won his 14th professional title by defeating Mark Allen 4–3 in the final.[4]Contents 1 Prize fund 2 Main draw2.1 Preliminary rounds2.1.1 Round 1 2.1.2 Round 2 2.2 Main rounds2.2.1 Top half2.2.1.1 Section 1 2.2.1.2 Section 2 2.2.1.3 Section 3 2.2.1.4 Section 4 2.2.2 Bottom half2.2.2.1 Section 5 2.2.2.2 Section 6 2.2.2.3 Section 7 2.2.2.4 Section 8 2.2.3 Finals 3 Century breaks 4 ReferencesPrize fund[edit] The breakdown of prize money of the event is shown below:[5]Prize fund Winner €25,000 Runner-up €12,000 Semi-finalist €6,000 Quarter-finalist €4,000 Last 16 €2,300 Last 32 €1,200 Last 64 €700 Total €125,000 Main draw[edit] [6][7][8] Preliminary rounds[edit] Round 1[edit] Best of 7 frames Zack Richardson 3–4Sean O’SullivanAndres Petrov 4–0Antti SilvoCharlie Walters w/d–w/oNico EltonMitchell Travis 4–2Jack BradfordMaris Volajs 0–4Alex TaubmanMartin O’Donnell 4–3Antti MannilaRichard Beckham 4–3Marc DavisBen Jones 4–1Janne HummastenniemiSami Hovi 0–4Martin McCruddenRyan Causton 4–3Matthew GlasbyMichael Collumb 2–4Paul DavisonRoman Dietzel 4–1Vilius Schulte-EbbertBrian Cini 4–1Joona KoskelaJohn Sutton 4–0Declan BrennanAnita Maflin 0–4Anthony JeffersAleksandr Kurgankov 0–4Jamie Rhys Clarke Andreas Ploner 4–3Sascha LippeManon Melief w/o–n/sCraig BarberAshley Hugill 4–1Sydney WilsonMichael Williams 4–0Tatiana VasiljevaMika Karhu w/d–w/oSam HarveyJohn Chapman 2–4Mark VincentDuane Jones 4–0Kevin ChanRodion Judin 0–4William LemmonsShachar Ruberg 1–4Rhys ClarkDylan Craig 2–4Jamie O’Neill. thanks wikipedia.

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Friedrich Eduard Schulz

This article is about the early 19th-century orientalist. For other uses, see Friedrich Schulz (disambiguation). Friedrich Eduard Schulz (1799–1829, also known as Friedrich Edward Schulz) was a German philosopher and orientalist, who was one of the first to uncover evidence of the Kingdom of Urartu. Research on Urartu[edit] Drawing of Van Cliff by Friedrich Eduard Schulz. In 1827, the French scholar Antoine-Jean Saint-Martin recommended that his government send Schulz to the area around Lake Van in what is now eastern Turkey on behalf of the French Oriental Society.[1] Schulz discovered and copied numerous cuneiform inscriptions, partly in Assyrian and partly in a hitherto unknown language. Schulz also re-discovered the Kelishin stele, bearing an Assyrian-Urartian bilingual inscription, located on the Kelishin pass on the current Iraqi-Iranian border. A summary account of his initial discoveries was published in 1828. Schultz remained in the region, and was murdered with two Persian army officers and four of his servants by Kurds in 1829 near Başkale.[2][3][4] After Schultz’s death, his papers, containing 42 inscriptions found at Van Castle and in its neighborhood, were recovered and published in Paris in 1840. This was some of the first original information on Urartu to appear in Europe. References[edit] ^ Lynch, H. F. B. (1901), Armenia, Travels and Studies, Volume 2, London: Longmans, p. 54  ^ Adkins, Lesley, Empires of the Plain: Henry Rawlinson and the Lost Languages of Babylon, p. 42  ^ Studies in the Social Sciences, University of Minnesota, p. 11  ^ Chahin, M (2001), The Kingdom of Armenia: A History (2 ed.), Richmond, Surrey, UK: Curzon Press, pp. 46, 48 Authority controlWorldCat Identities VIAF: 15541079 GND: 117236799 SUDOC: 187541426 This article about a German academic is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Kilan

Kilan كيلان cityKilan Coordinates: 35°33′13″N 52°09′48″E / 35.55361°N 52.16333°E / 35.55361; 52.16333Coordinates: 35°33′13″N 52°09′48″E / 35.55361°N 52.16333°E / 35.55361; 52.16333 Country  Iran Province Tehran County Damavand Bakhsh Central Population (2006)  • Total 3,038 Time zone IRST (UTC+3:30)  • Summer (DST) IRDT (UTC+4:30) An inhabitant of Kilan Kilan (Persian: كيلان‎‎, or more properly, Kailan, also Romanized as Kīlān; also known as Kilun)[1] is a city in the Central District of Damavand County, Tehran Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 3,038, in 913 families.[2] The name is derived from the Kurdish tribe of Kailan/Khailan/Gailan who were settled in this region in the Safavid period. Only a few still speak Kurdish and mostly further up north toward Kelardasht. The local folklore, however, produces a folk etymology for the now mysterious name as “meaning ‘ Kingsplace. In the mountain area of Kilan, leftovers were found from people living there about eighteen thousand years ago. The mountains around the town, like Dar Ali, are scattered with remainders from the Cenozoic. As of 2006, there are around 3,000 inhabitants, with a remarkably high (75%) of the inhabitants of the town having academic degrees. The name is a popular last name across the Islamic World. This is largely due to the impact of the famous medieval mystic, Abdul-Qadir Gilani, the Sufi master of the Qadiriyya Sufi order. The Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousaf Raza Gillani, for example, carries this as his last name. But this is because of their adherence to the Qadiriyya Sufims than belonging to the tribe or family by that last name. References[edit] ^ Kilan can be found at GEOnet Names Server, at this link, by opening the Advanced Search box, entering “-3071654” in the “Unique Feature Id” form, and clicking on “Search Database”. ^ “Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1385 (2006)”. Islamic Republic of Iran. Archived from the original (Excel) on 2011-11-11.  External links[edit]Kilan at blogfa.comv t eTehran Province CapitalTehran Counties and cities Baharestan CountyNasim Shahr Golestan SalehiehDamavand CountyDamavand Abali Absard Kilan Rudehen Eslamshahr CountyAhmadabad-e Mostowfi Eslamshahr Chahardangeh Firuzkuh CountyFiruzkuh Arjomand. thanks wikipedia.

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Red hake

Red hakeScientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Gadiformes Family: Phycidae Genus: Urophycis Species: U. chuss Binomial name Urophycis chuss (Walbaum, 1792)The red hake or squirrel hake, Urophycis chuss, is a phycid hake of the genus Urophycis, found in the Atlantic Ocean at depths between 10 and 500 m. It grows to about 30 in (75 cm) and 7 lb (3.2 kg). Red hake are edible, and are sought out by recreational fisherman as a gamefish.Contents 1 About 2 Appearance 3 References 4 Sources 5 External linksAbout[edit] Red hake are distributed from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to North Carolina. They are most abundant from the western Gulf of Maine to southern New England. Red hake prefer water temperatures between 5 and 12°C, causing them to migrate seasonally. Throughout the spring and summer, they migrate into more shallow waters to spawn. During winter, they tend to move to deeper waters offshore in the Gulf of Maine and along southern New England and Georges Bank. Red hake spawn from May until November.[1] Appearance[edit] Depending on the environment, red hake vary in color. Most tend to be a reddish brown to olive-brown color on their sides with pale tan spots. Underneath, they vary in shades of white. Red hake have a barbel on their chin as they are a member of the cod family. Their dorsal fin in triangular, but their second dorsal and anal fins are long, continuous, and do not attach to the tail fin, much like an eel. The head is small, but has a large mouth with many small teeth.[2] References[edit] ^ “Red Hake”. Status of Fishery Resources off the Northeastern US. Retrieved 5 April 2013.  ^ “Red Hake”. South Shore Fishing. Retrieved 5 April 2013.  Sources[edit]Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. (2006). “Urophycis chuss” in FishBase. April 2006 version.External links[edit]Red hake at the Encyclopedia of Life This Gadiformes-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Regional Cadet Support Unit (Eastern)

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GENtle

GENtle Developer(s) Magnus ManskeStable release1.9.0 / April 7, 2006 (2006-04-07)Operating system Mac OS X, Windows, Linux Type Molecular biology toolkit License Free software GPL Websitegentle.magnusmanske.de github.com/magnusmanske/gentle-mGENtle is a free software under GPL license.[1] Features[edit] GENtle is an equivalent to the proprietary Vector NTI, a handy tool for molecular biologists to analyze and edit DNA sequence files. Invitrogens removal of the free-of-cost academic licence for Vector NTI v11 has had a severe impact on many molecular biology labs that have come to rely on this tool, which led to vendor lock-in effects, which angered many molecular biologists. The GENtle code is developed and maintained by Magnus Manske. By design, GENtle is coded to be cross-platform utilizing wxGTK. References[edit] ^ Magnus Manske (2006). GENtle, a free multi-purpose molecular biology tool (PhD thesis). University of Cologne. Wikibooks has a book on the topic of: GENtle. thanks wikipedia.

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Rudolph Stauffer

Rudolph Stauffer Born (1836-11-27)November 27, 1836 Bern, Switzerland Died June 9, 1918(1918-06-09) (aged 81) Washington, D.C., United States Place of burial United States Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home National Cemetery Allegiance United States of America Service/branch United States Army Years of service 1855–1878 Rank First Sergeant Unit 5th U.S. Cavalry Battles/wars Indian Wars Apache Wars Awards Medal of Honor First Sergeant Rudolph Stauffer (November 27, 1836 – June 9, 1918) was an American soldier in the U.S. Army who served with the 5th U.S. Cavalry in the Apache Wars. He was one of twelve soldiers, along with ten Apache Scouts, awarded the Medal of Honor during Lieutenant Colonel George Crook’s “winter campaign” of 1872-73, being cited for gallantry in battle against renegade Apaches near Camp Hualpai. Charles King, while serving with the 5th U.S. Cavalry in his youth, wrote of him in his memoirs as “grim old Stauffer, the first sergeant”.Contents 1 Biography 2 Medal of Honor citation 3 See also 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External linksBiography[edit] Rudolph Stauffer was born in Bern, Switzerland, on November 27, 1836. He later emigrated to the United States and settled in Cincinnati, Ohio. On June 24, 1855, he enlisted in the United States Army and was eventually assigned to Company K of the 2nd U.S. Cavalry Regiment (which later became 5th U.S. Cavalry Regiment). By the early 1870s, a “typical hard-bitten noncommissioned officer of the old cavalry”, he had risen to the rank of first sergeant.[1] Stauffer was posted at Camp Hualpai in the Arizona Territory during the Apache Wars.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8] On May 19, 1872, he led a small cavalry force, along with Ed Clark and Dan O’Leary, after an Apache raiding party which had stolen cattle from a ranch in Williamson Valley. Stauffer and the cavalry troopers pursued the raiders eastward over a distance of 110 miles when, according to Lieutenant Colonel George Crook, a “terrible fight occurred”. Two soldiers were wounded, four renegades were killed, and one head of cattle was recovered.[9] A month later, he was involved in another engagement with the Apaches when, on June 30, he and several other soldiers held off the hostile Indians from a butte near Camp Verde; the location was later named “Stauffer’s Butte” in his honor. Stauffer was also presented with the Congressional Medal of Honor for his leadership during the battle.[10] In November of that y. thanks wikipedia.

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Ngwe language

Not to be confused with Hungworo language. Ngwe Native to CameroonNative speakers73,000 (2001)[1]Language family Niger–CongoAtlantic–CongoBenue–CongoSouthern BantoidGrassfieldsEasternBamilékéBamboutosNgweLanguage codes ISO 639-3 nwe Glottolog ngwe1238[2] Ngwe (Ŋwe, Nweh) is a Niger–Congo language that is spoken in Cameroon. As of 2001, Ngwe had 73,200 speakers, which was an increase from the numbers of previous censuses. It is part of the Bamileke dialect continuum, and its closest relatives are Yemba and Ngiemboon. It has at least thirteen vowels, /i y e ɛ æ ɐ ɑ ɔ o u ɯ ɤ ʌ/.[3] /ɤ ʌ/ are centralized.[3] /y/ sounds somewhat like [ø] or [œ] and has a tongue position similar to that of /ɑ/, but with the jaw raised and the lips very close together.[3] References[edit] ^ Ngwe at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015) ^ Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin; Bank, Sebastian, eds. (2016). “Ngwe”. Glottolog 2.7. Jena: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.  ^ a b c Ladefoged, Peter. A Phonetic Study of West African Languages: An Auditory-instrumental Survey. Cambridge University Press, 1968, pp. 33–36. External links[edit]Ayotte, Michael & Ayotte, Charlene. 2002. “Sociolinguistic Language Survey of Ngwe.” SIL Internationalv t eLanguages of Cameroon Official languagesFrench English Major languagesBamum Bulu Duala Ewondo Fulfulde Kom Lamnso Medumba Indigenous languages    Abon Afade Aghem Ambo Bafaw-Balong Bafia Baka Baldemu Bamali Bambalang Bana Bangolan Bankon Basaa Bata Bati Batu Bebele Bebil Beti Bikya Bishuo Bitare Bomwali Bonkeng Bube Bung Buwal Byep Caka Ceve Chamba Leko Cuvok Daba Dek Dowayo Ɗugwor Duli Eman Esimbi Eton Evant Fa’ Fang Fanji Fe’fe’ Fut Gawar Gbanu Gbanzili Ghomala’ Gidar Glavda Gude Gunu Gvoko Hausa Hdi Hijuk Hina Hya Ipulo Iyive Jimi Jina Kaalong Kabba Kako Kali Kanuri Kare Kasabe Kera Ki Kogo Kol Koma Kpwe Kuo Kutin Kwa’ Kwakum Kwasio La’bi Lagwan Limba Limbum Luo Maɗa Mafa Majera Makaa Malgbe Manenguba Mangbai Manza Maslam Massa Matal Mazagway Mbə’ Mboa Mbudum Mbuko Mbule Mbum Mefele Məgaka Mengisa Menyam Merey Mesaka Mfumte Mofu-Gudur Moloko Mono Mpade Mpumpong Mser Mundang Mungaka Musgu Muyang Nagumi Nda’nda’ Ndai Nen Nga’ka Ngambay Ngiemboon Ngomba Ngombale Ngwe Nimbari Njem Njerep Nkongho Noho Noni North Giziga North Mofu Northwest. thanks wikipedia.

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Martial Raysse

This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (April 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Martial Raysse Born 1936 Golfe-Juan Nationality French Movement Nouveau réalisme Martial Raysse is a French artist born in Golfe-Juan on 12 February 1936. He lives in Issigeac, France.Contents 1 Biography 2 Nouveaux Réalistes activity 3 Publications 4 Film 5 References 6 External linksBiography[edit] Raysse was born in a ceramicist family in Vallauris and began to paint and write poetry at age 12. After studying and practising athleticism at a high level, he began to accumulate rubbish odds and ends that he preserved under plexiglas. In 1958, he exhibited some of his paintings with Jean Cocteau at Galerie Longchamp. Fascinated by the beauty of plastic, he plundered low-costs shops with plastic items and developed what became his “vision hygiene” concept; a vision that showcases consumer society. This work received attention and critical praise in 1961, and at a commercial gallery in Milan, his exhibition sold out 15 minutes before the opening. Raysse then traveled to the United States to get involved with the pop art scene in New York City. Nouveaux Réalistes activity[edit] In October 1960, Raysse, together with Arman, Yves Klein, François Dufrêne, Raymond Hains, Daniel Spoerri, Jean Tinguely, Jacques Villeglé and the art critic and philosopher Pierre Restany founded the group Nouveaux Réalistes. The group was later joined by César, Mimmo Rotella, Niki de Saint Phalle and Christo. This group of artists defined themselves as bearing in common a “new perspective approaches of reality”. Their work was an attempt at reassessing the concept of art and the artist in the context of a 20th Century consumer society by reasserting the humanistic ideals in the face of industrial expansion. Publications[edit] Martial Raysse – How the path is long. Paris: kamel mennour, 2012. Film[edit] Raysse acted in Jean-Pierre Prévost’s 1971 film Jupiter.[1] He then wrote and directed the 1972 film Le grand départ.[2]Par la juste mesure dans le double monde, 1985, video art documentary by Maurice Benayoun about the installation with the same title exhibited during the last Biennale de Paris. Part of the series. thanks wikipedia.

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