Dollarhide Mountain

Dollarhide Mountain

Dollarhide Mountain

Blaine and Camas counties, Idaho, U.S.

Highest point

Elevation
9,301 ft (2,835 m) [1]

Prominence
481 ft (147 m) [1]

Coordinates
43°50′11″N 114°42′41″W / 43.8363°N 114.7113°W / 43.8363; -114.7113Coordinates: 43°50′11″N 114°42′41″W / 43.8363°N 114.7113°W / 43.8363; -114.7113

Geography

Location
Blaine and Camas counties, Idaho, U.S.

Parent range
Smoky Mountains

Topo map
USGS Dollarhide Mountain

Climbing

Easiest route
Simple scramble, class 2

Dollarhide Mountain, at 9,301 feet (2,835 m) above sea level is a peak in the Smoky Mountains of Idaho. The peak is located in Sawtooth National Forest on the border of Blaine and Camas counties. It is located about 4.2 mi (6.8 km) south of Baker Peak. Forest road 227 travels near the peak over a road pass known as Dollarhide Summit. No roads or trails go to the summit.[2][3][4]
References[edit]

^ a b “Dollarhide Mountain”. ListsOfJohn.com. Retrieved January 14, 2013. 
^ Sawtooth National Forest (Map) (1998 ed.). Sawtooth National Forest, U.S. Forest Service. 
^ “Dollarhide Mountain”. SummitPost.org. Retrieved January 1, 2013. 
^ “Dollarhide Summit”. Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved January 1, 2013. 

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분당오피

Minuscule 792 (Gregory-Aland)

Minuscule 792

New Testament manuscript

papyri
uncials
minuscules
lectionaries

Text
Gospels, Apocalypse

Date
13th century

Script
Greek

Now at
National Library of Greece

Size
9.5 cm by 7 cm

Type
Byzantine text-type

Category
none

Note

Minuscule 792 (in the Gregory-Aland numbering), ε585 (von Soden),[1][2] is a Greek minuscule manuscript of the New Testament written on paper. Palaeographically it has been assigned to the 13th century. The manuscript has complex contents.[3][4]

Contents

1 Description
2 Text
3 History
4 See also
5 References
6 Further reading
7 External links

Description[edit]
The codex contains the text of the four Gospels and Book of Revelation, on 145 parchment leaves (size 9.5 cm by 7 cm).[3] It contains also some passages of the Old Testament.[5]
The text is written in one column per page, 32-40 lines per page.[3]
The text is divided according to the κεφαλαια (chapters), whose numbers are given at the margin, with their τιτλοι (titles) at the top of the pages. There is also another division according to the smaller Ammonian Sections.[5]
It contains tables of the κεφαλαια (tables of contents) before each Gospel, subscriptions at the end of each Gospel, and numbers of στιχοι.[5]
Text[edit]
The Greek text of the codex is a representative of the Byzantine text-type. Hermann von Soden classified it to the textual family Kak, but with some hesitation.[6] Aland did not place it in any Category.[7]
According to the Claremont Profile Method it has mixed Byzantine text in Luke 1, Luke 10, and Luke 20. It creates textual pair with minuscule 2643.[6]
It lacks the text of Matthew 16:2b–3.[5]
History[edit]
According to Gregory the manuscript was written in the 13th century.[5] The manuscript is currently dated by the INTF to the 13th century.[4] The manuscript was written in Calabria. The manuscript was once presented by Demetrius to Bernardus.[5]
The manuscript was noticed in catalogue from 1876.[8]
It was added to the list of New Testament manuscripts by Gregory (792). Gregory saw the manuscript in 1886.[5] Text of Apocalypse was collated by Herman C. Hoskier.[9]
The manuscript is now housed at the National Library of Greece (107) in Athens.[3][4]
See also[edit]

Bible portal

List of New Testament minuscules
Biblical manuscript
Textual criticism
Minuscule 791 (Gregory-Aland)

References[edit]

^ Soden, von, Hermann (1902). Die Schriften des neuen Testament

Baghiana Kalan

Baghiana Kalan

Town

Baghiana Kalan

Coordinates: 30°56′56″N 73°44′36″E / 30.94889°N 73.74333°E / 30.94889; 73.74333Coordinates: 30°56′56″N 73°44′36″E / 30.94889°N 73.74333°E / 30.94889; 73.74333

Country
 Pakistan

Province
Punjab

District
Kasur

Time zone
PST (UTC+5)

Baghiana Kalan (Urdu: بگهيانہ كلاں‎) is a village and Union Council near Phoolnagar in Pattoki Tehsil, Kasur District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.[1] It is part of Pattoki Tehsil, and was the location in 2004 of a speech by Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, the former Foreign minister of Pakistan, about the India-Pakistan peace process.[2]
References[edit]

^ Tehsils & Unions in the District of Kasur – Government of Pakistan
^ Next 6 months important for peace process: Kasuri – Times of India

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Neighbourhoods of Kasur

Administration: Kasur District

Tehsils

Chunian
Kasur
Kot Radha Kishan
Pattoki

Cities

Chunian
Habibabad
Kanganpur
Kasur (capital)
Kot Radha Kishan
Mustafaabad
Pattoki
Phoolnagar
Rao Khan Wala
Usmanwala

Towns and councils

Ahlowal
Alpa Kalan
Baghiana Kalan
Bahadurpura
Bazidpur
Beharwal Kalan
Bhagiwal
Bhamba Kalan
Bhedian Kalan
Bhoe Asal
Chathian Wala
Daftuh
Deo Sial
Fatehpur
Gehlan Hithar
Habibabad
Halla
Jaguwala
Jajjal
Jambar
Jamsher Kalan
Jamsher Khurd
Kanganpur
Khai Hithar
Khudian
Kotha
Kotli Rai Abubakar
Kull
Matta
Mudke Dhariwal
Mundayki
Mustafaabad
Naroki
Nathoki
Orara
Phoolnagar
Phulliani
Pial Kalan
Raja Jang
Rajowal Nau
Rao Khan Wala
Sadda
Sehjra
Talwandi
Usmanwala
Wan Aadhan
Wan Khara
Zafarke

Localities

Atma Singh
Baherwal Kalan
Barki
Bhai Kot
Bhopay Wal
Bohge
Burj Ran Singh
Chahal
Chak No 18
Chanda Singh Wala
Dhainke
Dhing Shah
Fattiwala
Ganda Singh Wala
Gohar Jageer
Gop-e-Rah
Grinkot
Khara
Kot Abbas Pura
Qadiwind
Sahjowal
Sikandar pura
Tara Garh
Targa

Website: Kasur District at NRB

Chess-Nuts

Chess-Nuts

Talkartoons series

Directed by
Dave Fleischer

Produced by
Max Fleischer

Voices by
Mae Questel

Music by
Sammy Timberg

Animation by
James H. Culhane
William Henning

Studio
Fleischer Studios

Distributed by
Paramount Publix Corporation

Release date(s)
April 13, 1932

Color process
Black-and-white

Running time
7 mins

Language
English

Chess-Nuts is a 1932 Fleischer Studios animated short films starring Betty Boop, and featuring Bimbo and Koko the Clown.
Synopsis[edit]
A live action chess game becomes a chaotic, animated quest for the favors of Betty Boop. Betty comes to life as the black queen and Bimbo becomes the white king. The black king, Old King Cole, wants Betty for himself and carries her away to his castle. Bimbo must come to her rescue, with the assistance of Koko and the other chess pieces. When Bimbo breaks into the castle, he engages Old King Cole in a fight, which results in King Cole’s death, with Bimbo, Betty, Koko and the other chess characters parading along the chess board. The two men playing chess are shown to have been playing the game for so long that they grow large beards with a spider in a web between the two beards.
The battle contains elements of chess, bowling, football and boxing. Koko appears briefly as part of Bimbo’s team of animated chess men.

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Darrell Van Citters

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Darrell Van Citters (born October 29, 1956) is an American director, animator, and author, perhaps best known for directing the animated television series Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi and directing popular Looney Tunes cartoons featuring Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Sylvester the Cat, Tweety Bird and Foghorn Leghorn. He partnered with Ashley Postelwaite in 1992 to form Renegade Animation. He studied animation at the California Institute of the Arts.

Contents

1 Early career
2 Disney years
3 Warner Bros. years
4 Renegade years
5 Author
6 External links

Early career[edit]
Darrell Van Citters began his career in animation training at the prestigious California Institute of the Arts in the Disney-sponsored Character Animation program. While still at Cal Arts, he spent one summer working at Chuck Jones’ studio as in-betweener/gofer. The next summer he spent as an assistant at Filmation Studios.
Disney years[edit]
After graduating, he went straight into the animation business and started at the Walt Disney Studio as a trainee in animation. He worked his way up to animator on The Fox and the Hound and, after working on story for a few TV specials, he was placed as director on Fun with Mr. Future. Van Citters continued as director and did much of the original development work on Who Framed Roger Rabbit, including his personal choice for the voice of Roger (a then-unknown member of the Los Angeles improv comedy group The Groundlings, Paul Reubens). His final Disney project was directing the “Sport Goofy” film Soccermania in 1987.
Warner Bros. years[edit]
Van Citters moved to Warner Brothers Classic Animation in 1987 as an animator (his first work with Warner Bros. was 1988’s Daffy Duck’s Quackbusters), before being promoted as Creative Director a couple years later. His duties included overseeing almost every aspect of the classic Warners characters from the new shorts, to commercials to the comic strip and print work. He was asked to direct the first new Bugs Bunny short in over 26 years and, after bringing in a full animation s

Pölchow

Pölchow

Coat of arms

Pölchow

Location of Pölchow within Rostock district 

Coordinates: 54°00′35″N 12°05′50″E / 54.00972°N 12.09722°E / 54.00972; 12.09722Coordinates: 54°00′35″N 12°05′50″E / 54.00972°N 12.09722°E / 54.00972; 12.09722

Country
Germany

State
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

District
Rostock

Municipal assoc.
Warnow-West

Government

 • Mayor
Gudrun Klaus

Area

 • Total
12.74 km2 (4.92 sq mi)

Population (2015-12-31)[1]

 • Total
938

 • Density
74/km2 (190/sq mi)

Time zone
CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)

Postal codes
18059

Dialling codes
038207

Vehicle registration
LRO

Website
www.amt-warnow-west.de

Pölchow is a municipality in the Rostock district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

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Admannshagen-Bargeshagen
Alt Bukow
Altkalen
Alt Sührkow
Am Salzhaff
Bad Doberan
Bartenshagen-Parkentin
Bastorf
Baumgarten
Behren-Lübchin
Benitz
Bentwisch
Bernitt
Biendorf
Blankenhagen
Boddin
Börgerende-Rethwisch
Bröbberow
Broderstorf
Bützow
Cammin
Carinerland
Dahmen
Dalkendorf
Diekhof
Dobbin-Linstow
Dolgen am See
Dreetz
Dummerstorf
Elmenhorst/Lichtenhagen
Finkenthal
Gelbensande
Glasewitz
Gnewitz
Gnoien
Graal-Müritz
Grammow
Groß Roge
Groß Schwiesow
Groß Wokern
Groß Wüstenfelde
Gülzow-Prüzen
Güstrow
Gutow
Hohen Demzin
Hohenfelde
Hohen Sprenz
Hoppenrade
Jördenstorf
Jürgenshagen
Kassow
Kirch Mulsow
Klein Belitz
Klein Kussewitz
Klein Upahl
Krakow am See
Kritzmow
Kröpelin
Kuchelmiß
Kühlungsborn
Kuhs
Laage
Lalendorf
Lambrechtshagen
Lelkendorf
Lohmen
Lühburg
Lüssow
Mistorf
Mönchhagen
Mühl Rosin
Neubukow
Nienhagen
Nustrow
Papendorf
Penzin
Plaaz
Pölchow
Poppendorf
Prebberede
Reddelich
Reimershagen
Rerik
Retschow
Roggentin
Rövershagen
Rühn
Rukieten
Sanitz
Sarmstorf
Satow
Schorssow
Schwaan
Schwasdorf
Selpin
Stäbelow
Steffenshagen
Steinhagen
Stubbendorf
Sukow-Levitzow
Tarnow
Tessin
Teterow
Thelkow
Thulendorf
Thürkow
Vorbeck
Walkendorf
Wardow
Warnkenhagen
Warnow
Wiendorf
Wittenbeck
Zarnewanz
Zehna
Zepelin
Ziesendorf

References[edit]

^ “Bevölkerungsstand der Kreise, Ämter und Gemeinden in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 31.12.2015”. Statistisches Amt Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (in German). July 2016. 

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 239687740
GND: 7661670-8

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Shiori Mikami

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Shiori Mikami

Shiori Mikami

Native name
三上 枝織

Born
(1989-01-06) January 6, 1989 (age 28)
Aomori Prefecture, Japan

Alma mater
Tokyo Announcement School[1]

Occupation
Voice actor

Years active
2008–present[2]

Agent
Aoni Production[3]

Notable credit(s)
YuruYuri as Akari Akaza
Attack on Titan as Krista Lenz

Shiori Mikami (三上 枝織, Mikami Shiori?, born January 6, 1989 Aomori Prefecture) is a Japanese voice actress who is affiliated with Aoni Production. She was a junior member of Aoni through 2011.[4] Her best-known roles include lead character Akari Akaza in YuruYuri and Krista Lenz in Attack on Titan.[1]She won Best New Actress at the 6th Seiyu Awards in 2012.

Contents

1 Filmography

1.1 Anime
1.2 Video games

2 Discography

2.1 Collaborations
2.2 Character singles
2.3 Drama CDs

3 References
4 External links

Filmography[edit]
Anime[edit]

Shugo Chara! (and Shugo Chara! Doki) (2008), Schoolgirl, Children, Girl[4]
Skip Beat! (2008), Kazumi, Yumiko, others[4]
Kämpfer (2009), Masumi Nishino[4][5]
Saki (2009), Yōko Kadomatsu[3]
Net Miracle Shopping (2nd season) (2010), Jelly-chan, others[4]
Sacred Seven (2011), Shiori[3]
Sakiika-kun (2011), Kaibashira-chan[3]
YuruYuri (2011), Akari Akaza[3]
Detective Conan (2011), Nonomiya Kanae (Ep.640)[3]
YuruYuri♪♪ (2012), Akari Akaza[3]
Shining Hearts: Shiawase no Pan (2012), Airy Ardet[6]
Attack on Titan (2013), Krista Lenz[1][7]
Amagi Brilliant Park (2014), Kobory[8]
Momo Kyun Sword (2014), Ringo[9]
Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha (2014), Ōmiya-no-Me-no-Kami[3]
World Trigger (2014), Haruka Ayatsuji, Aoba Harukawa[10]
Hi sCoool! SeHa Girl (2014), Mega-CD[11]
Tsubu Doll (

Penns Valley Area High School

Penns Valley Area High School

Address

4545 Penns Valley Road
Spring Mills, Pennsylvania, Centre County 16875-9403
United States

Coordinates
40°52′40″N 77°31′49″W / 40.8778°N 77.5303°W / 40.8778; -77.5303Coordinates: 40°52′40″N 77°31′49″W / 40.8778°N 77.5303°W / 40.8778; -77.5303

Information

Type
Public

School board
9 locally elected members

Oversight
Pennsylvania Department of Education, PA General Assembly

Superintendent
Dr. Brian Griffith (salary $108,951 in 2010) (salary $134,057 (2013) [1] (contract July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2017)[2]

Administrator

Jefrey Wall, Business Manager[3]
Sherri Connell Ast Super, Salary $116,144 (2013)
Brian K. Griffith, Compliance Officer
Holly Sawyer, $82,960

Principal
Dustin Dalton, PVAJSHS salary $101,626 (2013)

Faculty
50 teachers (2013)[4]

Grades
7-12

Age
12 years old to 21 years old special education

Pupils
672 pupils (2015),[5] 697 pupils (2010)

 • Grade 7
128 (2013), 131 (2010)

 • Grade 8
115 (2013), 121

 • Grade 9
130 (2013), 162

 • Grade 10
94 (2013), 169

 • Grade 11
120 (2013), 133

 • Grade 12
119 (2013), 159 (2010)

 • Other
20

Language
English

Mascot
Rams

Per pupil spending 2008
$13,330

Per pupil spending 2010
$13,516.41

Website
http://pennsvalley.org/

Penns Valley Area High School is a small, rural, public school located in Centre County, Pennsylvania. In 2015, enrollment had declined to 672 pupils in 7th through 12th grades, with 29% of pupils eligible for a free lunch due to family poverty. Additionally, 11% of pupils received special education services, while 3.8% of pupils were identified as gifted.[6] The School employed 50 teachers in 2015.[7] Per the Pennsylvania Department of Education, 100% of the teachers were rated “Highly Qualified” under the federal No Child Left Behind Act. Penns Valley Area High School is the sole junior high school or senior high school operated by the Penns Valley Area School District.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in 2010, the school reported an enrollment of 697 pupils in grades 7th through 12th, with 157 pupils eligible for a federal free or reduced-price lunch. The Penns Valley Area High School employed 57 teachers, yielding a student–teacher ratio of 12:1.[8] According to a report by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, 18 teachers were rated “Non‐Highly Q

A Grateful People

A Grateful People

Live album by Watermark

Released
March 14, 2006

Recorded
August 25, 2005

Studio
Brentwood, Tennessee

Genre
CCM, worship

Label
Rocketown

Watermark chronology

The Purest Place
(2004)
A Grateful People
(2006)

Professional ratings

Review scores

Source
Rating

AllMusic
[1]

Jesus Freak Hideout
[2]

A Grateful People is the last album released by Christian duo Watermark. It was recorded live on August 25, 2005 in front of a small audience at their hometown church in Brentwood, Tennessee. It was released on March 14, 2006 by Rocketown Records.

Contents

1 Track listing
2 Awards
3 Chart performance
4 References
5 External links

Track listing[edit]
All songs written by Christy and Nathan Nockels, except where noted.

“Take Me There” – 3:06
“The Glory of Your Name” – 4:11
“A Grateful People/Bless the Lord” (Andrae Crouch, Christy Nockels, Nathan Nockels) – 6:09
“Gloria/Friend for Life” (David Bell, Louie Giglio, Christy Nockels, Nathan Nockels, Rob Padgett) – 5:23
“Who Am I? (Grace Flows Down)” – 5:47
“Glory Baby” – 4:43
“More Than You’ll Ever Know” – 3:48
“Arise and Be Comforted” – 5:04
“In the Garden (There Is None Like You)” – 3:58
“Knees to the Earth” – 4:00
“The Purest Place” – 4:08
“Captivate Us” (Charlie Hall, Christy Nockels, Nathan Nockels) – 5:32
“Light of the World” – 4:44
(Untitled Track) (known as Elliana’s Song)[3] – 6:54

Awards[edit]
The album was nominated for two Dove Awards: Inspirational Album of the Year and Praise & Worship Album of the Year, at the 38th GMA Dove Awards.[4]
Chart performance[edit]
The album peaked at #24 on Billboard’s Christian Albums and #28 on Heatseekers. The song “Light of the World” also peaked at #10 on Billboard’s Christian Songs.[5]
References[edit]

^ Mason, Stewart. “A Grateful People – Watermark”. AllMusic. Retrieved 2012-02-19. 
^ “Watermark, “A Grateful People” Review”. Jesusfreakhideout.com. 2006-03-14. Retrieved 2012-02-19. 
^ Amazon MP3 on Amazon.com
^ 38th GMA Dove Awards Album Nominees & Winners on About.com; Jones, Kim
^ A Grateful People on Billboard

External links[edit]

A Grateful People on Amazon

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Urothoe

Urothoe

Urothoe brevicornis

Urothoe elegans

Scientific classification

Kingdom:
Animalia

Phylum:
Arthropoda

Subphylum:
Crustacea

Class:
Malacostraca

Order:
Amphipoda

Suborder:
Gammaridea

Family:
Urothoidae

Genus:
Urothoe
Dana, 1852 [1]

Type species

Urothoe irrostratus
Dana, 1852

Urothoe is a genus of very small marine amphipod crustaceans in the family Urothoidae. Members of the genus are found worldwide.

Contents

1 Biology
2 Reproduction
3 Species
4 References

Biology[edit]
Urothods are 5–8 millimetres (0.2–0.3 in) long and live on the sea bed or in shallow burrows in gravelly substrates or muddy sand. They can swim for short distances. They are vulnerable to dredging but are able to recover afterwards and re-establish their burrows.[2] They are deposit feeders [1] and also selectively scrape microorganisms from grains of sand.[3]
Reproduction[edit]
Urothoe reaches sexual maturity at five months and may live for about a year. The sexes are distinct and breeding takes place in the summer months. Fertilisation is internal and there are about fifteen eggs per brood, produced in a cycle of about fifteen days. Fecundity is high and the juveniles grow fast but biological dispersal is very limited.[2]
Species[edit]
Urothoe contains the following species:[1]

Urothoe atlantica Bellan-Santini & Menioui, 2004
Urothoe bairdii Bate, 1862
Urothoe brevicornis Bate, 1862
Urothoe carda Imbach, 1969
Urothoe chosani Hirayama, 1992
Urothoe convexa Kim & Kim, 1991
Urothoe corsica Bellan-Santini, 1965
Urothoe coxalis Griffiths, 1974
Urothoe cuspis Imbach, 1969
Urothoe dentata Schellenberg, 1925
Urothoe denticulata Gurjanova, 1951
Urothoe elegans (Bate, 1857)
Urothoe elizae Cooper & Fincham, 1974
Urothoe falcata Schellenberg, 1931
Urothoe femoralis K. H. Barnard, 1955
Urothoe gelasina Imbach, 1969
Urothoe grimaldii Chevreux, 1895
Urothoe hesperiae Conradi, Lopez-Gonzalez & Bellan-Santini, 1997
Urothoe intermedia Bellan-Santini & Ruffo, 1986
Urothoe irrostratus Dana, 1852
Urothoe latifrons Ren, 1991
Urothoe marina (Bate, 1857)
Urothoe marionis Bellan-Santini & Ledoyer, 1987
Urothoe oniscoides (K. H. Barnard, 1932)
Urothoe orientalis Gurjanova, 1938
Urothoe pestai Spandl, 1923
Urothoe pinnata K. H. Barnard, 1955
Urothoe platydactyla Rabindranath, 1971
Urothoe platypoda Griffiths, 1974
Urothoe poseidonis Reibish, 1905
Urothoe poucheti Chevreux, 1888
Urothoe pulchella (Costa, 1853)
Urothoe rotundifrons