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Year 367 was a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Iovanus; the denomination 367 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years. Battle of Solicinium: Emperor Valentinian I launches a punitive expedition against the Alamanni, due to the crises in Britannia and Gaul; the Alamanni re-cross the plunder Moguntiacum. Valentinian I declares. Great Conspiracy: The Roman garrison on Hadrian's Wall revolts and allows Picts from Caledonia to devastate Britain. Attacotti, the Scotti from Hibernia, the Saxons from Germania invade the island's mid-western and south-eastern borders, they sack the cities and rape or enslave Romano-British civilians. Eunomius of Cyzicus is banished to Mauretania for harbouring the usurper Procopius. August 4 – Gratian receives the title of Augustus under his father, Valentinian I. Winter – Valentinian I mobilises a massive army for his campaign against the Alamanni and the Franks.

He summons the Illyrian legions for a spring offensive. The first Korean envoy arrives in Japan, emissary of the government of Kudara. First Listing of the New Testament by St. Athanasius of Alexandria. November 16 – Antipope Ursicinus is banished by the praefecti to Gaul. Epiphanius of Salamis becomes bishop of Cyprus. Emperor Valens is baptized by Eudoxius of Antioch. In the region of the constellation Perseus, a star not visible to the naked eye, 1,533 light years distant from Earth, explodes in a nova; the light from the star, now called GK Persei, was first detected on Earth on February 21, 1901 January 13 – Hilary of Poitiers, Byzantine bishop, Doctor of the Church and saint Murong Ke, general and statesman of Former Yan

Trevor Devall

Trevor Devall is a Canadian voice actor and podcaster. He worked for Ocean Studios and various other studios in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for years, before he relocated to Los Angeles, California in 2013, he is best known for voicing Hot Dog in Krypto the Superdog, Rocket Raccoon in the animated TV series Guardians of the Galaxy, Emperor Palpatine in Lego Star Wars, Pyro in X-Men Evolution, Dukey in seasons 5 and 6 of Johnny Test, various characters in the Netflix original series F Is for Family, as well as providing voices in English-language versions of various anime series, most notably as Mu La Flaga from Mobile Suit Gundam SEED, Mukotsu from InuYasha, Scourge from Transformers: Cybertron, Mr. Chang from Black Lagoon, Aizawa from Death Note, he voiced Hermiod on Stargate Atlantis and Ravus Nox Fleuret in the Final Fantasy XV video game and Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV feature film. Other than that, he voiced Mars in Dota 2 video game. On camera, he played Sir Atticus Moon in Big Time Movie.

Between 2007 and 2013, Trevor hosted his own podcast Voiceprint with Trevor Devall and guests where he interviewed fellow voice actors. Trevor grew up in Edmonton and was the youngest of five siblings, he was into theatre and did tap and Polynesian dance as a child. He attended the University of Alberta for drama and directed stage productions as well as student films. Trevor moved to Vancouver in 1998 to pursue a film directing career. While working for a talent agency, he made a demo tape for them and began landing work as a voice actor. In March 2015 it was announced Trevor would be the voice of Rocket Raccoon in Marvel's animated Guardians of the Galaxy. Since 2007, Devall produced his own podcast, Voiceprint with Trevor Devall & Guests, where he interviewed fellow Vancouver-based voice actors and answered questions from fans; each episode featured a different voice actor as the episode guest, though some episodes featured other people in the voice-acting business that may not be voice actors themselves.

Topics included how the guest made it into the voice-acting business, what it is like working in the industry, the general lifestyle of a voice actor. The series concluded its first season after 36 episodes in December 2013; the second season was announced in the final episode of season 1, as Trevor moves to Los Angeles, California to continue his career and the show. Big Time Movie - Atticus Moon Stargate Atlantis - Hermiod Stargate SG-1 - Kvasir Junkers Come Here - Photographer Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack - Adenaur Paraya Agents of Mayhem - Agent Hollywood Dota 2 - Mars Final Fantasy XV - Ravus Nox Fleuret Halo 5: Guardians - Additional voices Infamous First Light - Additional voices League of Legends - Jayce, Defender of Tomorrow Mafia III - Additional voices Marvel Powers United VR - Rocket Raccoon, Kree Soldier Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite - Rocket Raccoon Mass Effect: Andromeda - Additional voices Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space - Ortega Rise of the Tomb Raider - Additional voices Skylanders: Imaginators - Voice Actors Under the Skin - Walla Group Official website Trevor Devall on IMDb Trevor Devall at Anime News Network's encyclopedia Trevor Devall at the CrystalAcids Anime Voice Actor Database Trevor Devall convention appearances on Trevor Devall interview with Super Hero Speak

2012 Women's British Open

The 2012 Ricoh Women's British Open was held 13–16 September at Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Merseyside, England. It was the 36th Women's British Open, the 12th as a major championship on the LPGA Tour, it was scheduled in the year due to the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Jiyai Shin won her second Women's British Open, nine strokes ahead of runner-up Inbee Park. Weather was a factor; the scores were thrown out and the round was restarted on Saturday, with the final two rounds played on Sunday. The field for the tournament was 144, golfers gained a place in three ways. Most players earn exemptions based on good past performances on the Ladies European Tour, the LPGA Tour and in previous major championships and top-ranked players in the Women's World Golf Rankings; the rest of the field earned entry by competing in qualifying tournaments open to any professional female golfer or amateur with a low handicap. The final qualifying tournament was held at Caldy Golf Club just up the road from the famous links.

There were 15 exemption categories for the 2012 Women's British Open. These are: The top 30 finishers from the 2011 Women's British Open; the top 10 Ladies European Tour members in the Women's World Golf Rankings who did not finish in the top 30 of the 2011 Women's British Open. The top 30 LPGA Tour members in the Women's World Golf Rankings who did not finish in the top 30 of the 2011 Women's British Open; the top 25 on the current LET money list not exempt from the 2011 Women's British Open or the world rankings. The top 40 on the current LPGA Tour money list not exempt from the 2011 Women's British Open or the world rankings; the top five on the current LPGA of Japan Tour money list not exempt from the 2011 Women's British Open or through the world rankings if they are members of the LET or LPGA. Winners of any recognised LET or LPGA Tour events in the calendar year 2012. Winners of the 2011 LET, LPGA, JLPGA and KLPGA money lists. Winners of the last 10 editions of the Women's British Open. Winners of the last five editions of one of the other three LPGA majors.

Winner of the 2011 Japan LPGA Tour Championship Ricoh Cup. The leading five LPGA Tour members upon completion of 36 holes in the 2012 Jamie Farr Toledo Classic who have entered the Championship and who are not otherwise exempt; the leading 3 LET members in the 2012 ISPS Handa Ladies British Masters, who have entered the Championship and who are not otherwise exempt. The 2012 British Ladies Amateur champion, 2011 Ladies' British Open Amateur Stroke Play champion, 2011 U. S. Women's Amateur champion and 2011 European Ladies' Amateur champion, provided they are still amateurs at the time of the Championship and a maximum of two other leading amateurs at the discretion of the Ladies’ Golf Union. Any players granted special exemptions from qualifying by the Championship Committee; the Open Championship in 2006 was set as a par 72, but at 7,258 yards, 601 yards longer. Both layouts started on club hole #17 and ended at the par-5 #16. Thursday, 13 September 2012 Source: Saturday, 15 September 2012 Second round play began on Friday morning in adverse wind conditions, which worsened with gusts of 60 mph.

Play did not resume. The second round was restarted on Saturday morning, with the third and fourth rounds both scheduled for Sunday off of split tees, as the Monday forecast was for weather similar to Friday's. In order to complete the final 36 holes on Sunday in the reduced daylight of mid-September, the cut was reduced by fifteen players, to the top fifty and ties. Professionals within the top 65 and ties earned official prize money. Source:Amateurs: Ko, Law, Hull, Peters, Maguire, Thompson. Sunday, 16 September 2012 Source: Sunday, 16 September 2012 Source:Amateurs: Ko, Law, Yan. Final round Cumulative tournament scores, relative to par Source: Official website - Women's British Open - microsite Ladies Golf Union: Women's British Open Ladies European Tour: 2012 Ricoh Women's British Open

Urban Ecology Center

The Urban Ecology Center is a nonprofit organization in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Their mission is to educate the Milwaukee community about the environment, conservation and other issues related to urban ecology, as well as to preserve and protect the natural areas in the city. In 1991, a group of residents of the Riverside Park neighborhood founded the Riverside Urban Environmental Center in response to the growing crime and pollution in Riverside Park; the neighborhood surrounding Riverside Park, was at one time an affluent neighborhood, which became polluted and had an increase of criminal activity, while similar problems occurred in the neighborhoods surrounding Washington Park and Menomonee Valley. The organization is headquartered in the Riverside Park neighborhood. There are two other branches: the Washington Park branch which opened in 2007 and the Menomonee Valley branch which opened in 2012. One of the organizations main focuses is to revitalize parks in urban neighborhoods to educate urban youth about environmentalism and nature.

All three branches have a specific focus on urban nature and programs concerning conservation, which have revitalized their respective neighborhoods, which have experienced economic downturn and criminal activity. Riverside Park is located near the East Side neighborhoods; the park itself is 25 acres in size. Riverside Park itself has a rich history, it is one of the three parks in Milwaukee, made by Frederick Law Olmsted, responsible for making some of the most famous and iconic parks in America; the park is a temperate forest, composed of Deciduous trees, Broadleaf plants. The Milwaukee River runs through the park, as well as the Oak Leaf Trail; the park is a migratory stop over site for many species. Many bird species live there, such as Great horned owls, Red-winged blackbirds, Downy woodpeckers, Magnolia warblers, Nashville warblers; the park is home to the Milwaukee Rotary Centennial Arboretum, a 40-acre Arboretum, built on a former Brownfield land. There is a restored Oak savanna in the arboretum, one of the most endangered habitats in the United States.

It is one of twenty two US Forest Service dedicated "Children's Forests", meaning the park has a specific focus of educating children and families, while preserving the natural habitat. In 2007, Wisconsin's largest solar array was the 44.4 kW array on the Urban Ecology Center in Milwaukee. Wisconsin State Senator Nikiya Harris was a special events coordinator and membership manager for the Center

John A. Stevens

John A. Stevens was an American playwright and theatre manager, best known for playing the title part in The Unknown. Stevens was born in Baltimore in 1844. In 1865, he went on stage in Norfolk, Virginia becoming a manager there, he managed the Memphis Opera House in the early 1870s, the Coates Opera House in Kansas City, Missouri from 1871-73. He started a "Great Western Star Circuit" to travel in western American cities. In 1879 he came to New York City, took a lease on the Stadt Theatre, which he renamed the Windsor. After a fire destroyed that venue in 1883, he leased another theatre, but returned to the road when that did not succeed. Among his plays were Passion's Slave, Wife for Wife, The Prairie Waif, Daniel Boone, but his best known play was The Unknown: A River Mystery. He debuted the piece in 1878, played it for many years. According to an 1879 review in The Sun at the Globe Theatre, the play revolves around "a sailor, sane for fifteen minutes at the opening of the piece and for fifteen minutes more at the close.

He is all the while in search of his sister, hotly pursued by villains..."In 1880, he wrote The Prairie Waif for Buffalo Bill, receiving $4,000 for his work. According to Stevens, when he named a price of $5000 to Bill for writing the play, he claimed "Great Omaha!... Why I never paid more than $500 for a play before." Stevens said he replied "But if you had paid $5,000 before you would not have needed a new play now." He was at one point married to actress Lottie Church. He married actress Emily Lytton in 1887. Stevens died in New York City on June 2, 1916, was buried at Green Mount Cemetery in Baltimore. John A. Stevens at Find a Grave

Victory Supermarkets

Victory Super Markets was a grocery store chain based in Leominster, Massachusetts that included 20 stores across Massachusetts and New Hampshire. It was founded in 1923 by two DiGeronimo brothers and was named after the American war effort in World War I, it acquired 4 Shaw's locations in the Boston Metro Area since around 1999 and 2000. The family-run company was sold to Hannaford Brothers Company in 2004 after a successful 81 year stretch; when it was sold, the company had an annual revenue of $385 million. In late 2005, the website will redirect people to the Hannaford's website. Following their deployment and America’s subsequent victory in World War I, Italian-American brothers and Louis DiGeronimo created a corner market in 1923 in their hometown of Leominster, Massachusetts; this was a small grocery store different from what it would grow to be. It was specialized in fresh meats and home delivery; the first true super market was opened in 1955 by the founders’ sons. James’ sons were Arthur and Jimmy, while Anthony and Joe were Louis’.

These four men expanded the business until its closing nearly half a century later. This supermarket opened where the future headquarters would be located, on North Main Street in Leominster. In 1968, Victory began becoming popular than before beating up to Roche Bros in West Roxbury, MA. During the 1980s, the third and final generation of DiGeronimo's came into the family business; this generation was composed of Arthur's sons Arthur Jr. David and Steven, Jimmy's sons Jimmy and Robert. Along with their fathers, these ten men made up the DiGeronimo Brothers featured on the company's sign and logo. With the arrival of these new owners, Victory saw great expansion company-wide; these sons took over the day-to-day running of the business and created many new stores and removed old ones over the next two decades. In 1996, Victory began a new expansion concept in their grocery stores: Market Square; this idea put an emphasis on perishable foods and food-to-go. It offered cafe-style seating, along with sandwich and stir fry stations.

Market Square was tested out first in the Kingston store. Following success here, Market Square was applied to stores in Leominster, Derry, New Hampshire, they bought the Shaw's locations in North Quincy, Waltham Milford, Norwell and closed their Maynard and Amherst, Massachusetts locations by 1999 and 2000. After a long and successful 80 years of family-run business, Victory Super Markets' owners decided to sell the company, it was bought in September 2004 by Hannaford Brothers Company, a subsidiary of the Belgian Delhaize Group, for $175 million. The sale gave Hannaford 19 of Victory's 20 stores; these stores were converted into Hannaford grocery stores while the last remaining store, located in Athol, was shut down because Hannaford had a larger, more modern store there. A few years The Athol location is now owned by Ocean State Job Lot. Hannaford closed the Ayer location in early 2015 and is expected to reopen as an independently-owned Shop'n Save supermarket supplied by Hannaford. In July 2016, it was announced that 8 of the Hannaford locations would be sold due to the merger of the parent companies of Hannaford and Stop & Shop