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Natasha Khan (Pakistani singer)

Natasha Khan is a Pakistani singer, songwriter and audio engineer. She is the first qualified female audio engineer from Pakistan. Natasha made her debut in Coke Studio, she appeared as a singer in Coke Studio in Season 9 and Season 10 as a backing vocalist. Natasha Khan was born in Islamabad and now is based in London, she graduated from SAE Institute and has been producing and mastering a number of mainstream acts. Natasha started her career with her single Aag released in 2005; the song is available on streaming platform ReverbNation. After a long gap, she made her mainstream return with a debut in Coke Studio Season 9 with Faakhir and performed "Dil Kamla", she returned to Coke Studio Pakistan as a backing vocalist and featured artist where she performed her second duet song "Yo Soch" with Ali Zafar. Natasha is the recording engineer for the feature film Azaadi. Natasha has featured in Paisa Phenk, a song by Tamaasha – band that appeared in Pepsi Battle of the Bands. Natasha Khan is appearing in Kashan Admani's Acoustic Station.

Natasha made an appearance as a backing vocalist in Acoustic Station in Nida Hussain's song Jee Loon. Dil Ki Lagi for Telefilm Karwat by Laila Leghari Aag Zara Suniye Toh Feat. Mirage Band Pyar Hua Feat. Mirage Band Duur Rahay Ho – Reprise Version Aankhain Feat Kami Gee Mera Pyar – Tribute to Amir Zaki Shake My Soul – Shah Rule Feat. Natasha Khan The National Anthem of PakistanCoke Studio Pakistan Aye Raah e Haq Ke Shaheedon – Coke Studio Pakistan Dil Kamla Yo Soch Natasha Khan on Instagram Natasha Khan on Patari Natasha Khan on ReverbNation Natasha Khan on Twitter

William Tollemache, Lord Huntingtower (1766–1833)

William Manners Tollemache, Lord Huntingtower, known as Sir William Manners, Bt, between 1793 and 1821, was a British nobleman and Tory politician. Born William Manners, he was the eldest son of John Manners and Louisa Tollemache, 7th Countess of Dysart. On 12 January 1793, at the age of 26, he was created a Baronet, of Hanby Hall in the county of Lincoln. On his mother's succession to the earldom in 1821, he was styled Lord Huntingtower, adopted the surname of Talmash or Tollemache. Huntingtower was known for his high-handed manipulation of the Parliamentary vote in Ilchester, he owned most of the borough, represented it from 1803–1804 and 1806–1807. In 1818 his candidates, one of whom was his son, were not elected, he had the workhouse pulled down. A petition to Parliament stated: 163 men and children, from one month to upwards of 80 years, were all turned out into the street, without knowing of a place of shelter themselves at the most inclement season of the year; some of them were able to get together some straw in the town-hall.

Some of them betook themselves to the fields. Among the people so turned out, there were several pregnant women, one daily expected the pangs of child birth. Parliament offered no amelioration. In the severe winter of 1828–1829 he engaged in a large public relief project, hiring 528 workers in the vicinity of his estates in Buckminster, he served as High Sheriff of Leicestershire in 1809. On 12 January 1790, he married Catherine Rebecca Gray, by whom he had six sons and six daughters: Hon. Louisa Tollemache, married Sir Joseph Burke, 11th Baronet and had issue Lady Catherine Camilla Tollemache, married Sir George Sinclair, 2nd Baronet and had issue Lady Emily Frances Tollemache, unmarried Hon. Lionel Tollemache, 8th Earl of Dysart Hon. Felix Thomas Tollemache, married twice and had issue Hon. Arthur Caesar Tollemache and had issue Hon. Caroline Tollemache, unmarried Lady Catherine Octavia Tollemache Hon. Hugh Francis Tollemache and had issue Hon. Frederick James Tollemache, married twice and had issue Hon. Algernon Gray Tollemache, married Lady Laura Maria Tollemache, married James GrattanLionel's surviving siblings were granted precedence as the children of an earl on 6 November 1840.

He died on the 11th. Descendants of Sir Robert de Manners, of Etal Leigh Rayment's list of baronets Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs Public houses and inns in Grantham

Jackie MacMullan

Jackie "Mac" MacMullan Boyle is an American freelance newspaper sportswriter and NBA columnist for the sports website She attended Westwood High School in Massachusetts. MacMullan started her sports journalism career at the age fifteen in order to write only about her high school's girl teams for their local newspaper, she is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, where she played Division I basketball for the Wildcats. In 1982, MacMullan joined the Boston Globe as a news department intern, she was a columnist and associate editor of the Boston Globe until she took a buyout from the paper in March 2008. From 1995 to 2000 she covered the NBA as a senior writer for Sports Illustrated. In 1999, MacMullan collaborated with Larry Bird on his autobiography Bird Watching: on Playing and Coaching the Game I Love, she released Geno: In Pursuit of Perfection with Geno Auriemma in 2006, wrote the New York Times best seller "When the Game Was Ours" with Magic Johnson and Larry Bird in 2009.

In 2011 MacMullan collaborated with NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal to write his autobiography titled Shaq Uncut: My Story. MacMullan has been a correspondent for several cable television networks including ESPN, CNNSI, NESN, as well as WHDH-TV in Boston, she is a regular panelist on the ESPN program Around the Horn. She has co-hosted episodes of the network's Pardon the Interruption. In response to MacMullan's departure from the Globe, she had this to say in an email to the blog site Boston Sports Media Watch: On May 12, 2010, Jackie MacMullan and longtime Cleveland Cavaliers radio play-by-play announcer Joe Tait received the Curt Gowdy Media Award from the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame; the awards are presented annually to members of the print and electronic media who made a significant contribution to the game of basketball. MacMullan was the first woman to receive the honor in its 21-year history. On May 4, 2013, in an article for ESPN, MacMullan took a controversial stance among members of the Boston media when she suggested that the Boston Celtics should part ways with team captain Paul Pierce.

In 2018, MacMullan was a co-editor with Rafe Bartholomew and Dan Klores for the oral history book “Basketball: A Love Story”, based on the ESPN documentary series of the same name. In February 2019 MacMullan was awarded the PEN/ESPN Lifetime Achievement Award for Literary Sports Writing. Archive of MacMullan's column at the Boston Globe

Double pushout graph rewriting

In computer science, double pushout graph rewriting refers to a mathematical framework for graph rewriting. It was introduced as one of the first algebraic approaches to graph rewriting in the article "Graph-grammars: An algebraic approach", it has since been generalized to allow rewriting structures which are not graphs, to handle negative application conditions, among other extensions. A DPO graph transformation system consists of a finite graph, the starting state, a finite or countable set of labeled spans in the category of finite graphs and graph homomorphisms, which serve as derivation rules; the rule spans are taken to be composed of monomorphisms, but the details can vary. Rewriting is performed in two steps: addition. After a match from the left hand side to G is fixed and edges that are not in the right hand side are deleted; the right hand side is glued in. Gluing graphs is in fact a pushout construction in the category of graphs, the deletion is the same as finding a pushout complement, hence the name.

Double pushout graph rewriting allows the specification of graph transformations by specifying a pattern of fixed size and composition to be found and replaced, where part of the pattern can be preserved. The application of a rule is non-deterministic: several distinct matches can be possible; these can be non-overlapping, or share only preserved items, thus showing a kind of concurrency known as parallel independence, or they may be incompatible, in which case either the applications can sometimes be executed sequentially, or one can preclude the other. It can be used as a language for software programming. Termination for DPO graph rewriting is undecidable because the Post correspondence problem can be reduced to it. DPO graph rewriting can be viewed as a generalization of Petri nets. Axioms have been sought to describe categories. One possibility is the notion of an adhesive category, which enjoys many closure properties. Related notions are HLR systems, quasi-adhesive categories and M -adhesive categories, adhesive HLR categories.

The concepts of adhesive category and HLR system are related. Hypergraph, typed graph and attributed graph rewriting, for example, can be handled because they can be cast as adhesive HLR systems

Smajl Suljević

Smajl Suljević is a Swedish footballer who plays as a midfielder for Jönköpings Södra IF. Suljević was born in Borlänge and began his career with Dalkurd FF before joining English club Stoke City in March 2011. However, he made little impact at Stoke, making a handful of reserve appearances and he soon returned to Dalkurd. In February 2015 Suljević joined Allsvenskan side GIF Sundsvall, he made his professional debut on 20 April 2015 in a 3–1 victory away at Örebro SK. Smajl Suljević at Soccerway Smajl Suljević at Fotbolltransfers