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89 BC

Year 89 BC was a year of the pre-Julian Roman calendar. At the time it was known as the Year of the Consulship of Cato; the denomination 89 BC 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. Consuls: Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo and Lucius Porcius Cato. Social War: Roman forces under Lucius Porcius Cato are defeated by the Italian rebels in the Battle of Fucine Lake, Cato is killed; the Roman army of Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo decisively defeats the rebels in the Battle of Asculum. Lex Plautia Papiria extends citizenship to all Italians; the new citizens are enrolled in eight designated tribes. Lex Pompeia grants Latin rights to cities in Cisalpine Gaul. Pompeii is annexed by the Roman Republic. Cicero ends his service in the Roman army. Mithridates VI of Pontus invades Bithynia and Cappadocia, thus the First Mithridatic War begins. Empress Shangguan, wife to Emperor Zhao of Han Aulus Sempronius Asellio, Roman praetor Titus Didius, killed in battle during the Social War Marcus Aemilius Scaurus, Roman politician Lucius Porcius Cato, Roman politician and general

Maigret Sets a Trap

Maigret Sets a Trap is a 1955 detective novel by the Belgian novelist Georges Simenon featuring his fictional character Jules Maigret. Maigret sets a trap for a serial killer, hoping to lure him into error, it was adapted as a 1958 film, entitled Maigret Sets a Trap with Jean Gabin as Maigret An episode for the 1960s BBC television series Maigret with Rupert Davies as Maigret. An episode for the 1992 ITV television series Maigret with Michael Gambon as Maigret. In France, Bruno Cremer, who played Maigret in 54 adaptations during 1991–2005, adapted this story in 1996. An episode for ITV's 2016 television series Maigret with Rowan Atkinson as Maigret

Kurosaki Station

Kurosaki Station is a station in Yahata Nishi-ku, Kitakyushu serving Kagoshima Main Line, Fukuhoku Yutaka Line and Chikuhō Electric Railroad Line. It was first opened in 1891. Express trains, including the Sonic, stop here. JR Kyūshū Kagoshima Main Line Fukuhoku Yutaka Line Chikuhō Electric Railroad Chikuhō Electric Railroad Line Sonic Nichirin Seagaia Kirameki JR Kurosaki Station is the station serving Kagoshima Main Line and terminus of Fukuhoku Yutaka Line; the station consist of 2 island serving four track and handles an average of 15,000 passengers a day. At the south exit of the station there is a pedway that serves as a station square, connecting the Izutsuya department store on the east side, the commercial area on the south side


Khaidi is a 1983 Indian Telugu-language action, revenge film starring Chiranjeevi and directed by A. Kodandarami Reddy. Madhavi was the heroine; the movie was recorded as an Industry made Chiranjeevi an overnight star. It was remade into Kannada with Vishnuvardan with the same name; the film is loosely based on the 1982 film First Blood. This movie has brought big name to Chiranjeevi and he made Khaidi No. 786 as his 100th movie and his 150th movie was Khaidi No. 150, thus making up his Khaidi trilogy. Veerabhadraiah is a feudal lord presiding over a village along with his henchmen, which include his assistant and the village sarpanch. Veerabhadraiah lends money to Venkateswarlu, a local farmer living with his widowed daughter, his son, Suryam is a hard working student living in the nearby city and he falls in love with Veerabhadraiah's daughter - Madhulatha. Realising this, Veerabhadraiah asks Venkateswarlu to ask his son to stop seeing his daughter, to which Venkateswarlu does not agree. Veerabhadraiah asks Suryam to pay the money which he had given as a loan.

Suryam asks with the help of his elder sister raises crops to repay. Just as the crops are ready for harvest and his henchmen not only destroy the crop but try to sexually abuse Suryam's sister, during which she commits suicide. Being the village head, Veerabhadraiah implicates Suryam in the death of his sister, saying that he was forcing her into prostitution, due to which his sister committed suicide. Suryam is arrested by the Police; the rest of the movie deals with how Suryam escapes from jail and with the help of Dr. Sujatha he avenges the decimation of his family. Chiranjeevi as Suryam Madhavi as Madhulatha Rao Gopal Rao as Veerabhadraiah Sumalatha as Dr. Sujatha Nutan Prasad as Munsiff Rallapalli as Sarma Ranganath as Police Inspector Dinesh Chalapati Rao as Forest Officer P. L. Narayana as Venkateswarlu Chidathala Appa Rao P. J. Sarma Samyuktha as Rosy Sangeetha as Suryam's elder sister Jayamalini in an item number in the song "Tappinchukolevu" Suthi Velu as Beggar Sivaprasad as Beggar Director: A. Kodandarami Reddy Writing credits: Paruchuri Brothers Producers: M. Tirupathi Reddy, Dhananjay Reddy & S. Sudhakar Reddy Music: K. Chakravarthy Cinematography: V. S. R. Swamy Editing: Vellaiswamy Lyrics: Veturi Sundararama Murthy, Rajasri Playback singers: S. P. Balasubramaniam, S. Janaki & P. Susheela Choreography: Saleem & Tara Dr. M. Tirupathi Reddy: "Kodandarami Reddy hails from the same place of ours, we thought of doing a film together and worked on a couple of subjects in Chiranjeevi and Kodandarami Reddy combination.

However, I liked the subject of First Blood, I asked Paruchuri brothers to come up with a story based on that film. They gave a wonderful script for the film.... The protagonist was just a villager in our initial script, but we changed it to a student, it clicked! The title Khaidi was my choice indeed!" "Madhavi and Chiranjeevi were a hit pair, but Madhavi didn't work with Kondadarami Reddy before and thus I wanted to cast her in the film. Nitya acted in a Tamil film. I liked her character in the film and we signed her in for the bubbly character of Rosy. Our banner name being Samyuktha, we rechristened Nitya as Samyuktha, she continued to do more films, such as Sirivennela under the same name." "The film's shooting was started at Prasad Labs on 30 April 1983, with the muhurtam shot on Chiranjeevi and Madhavi.. The film was completed in three schedules; the number of shooting days were forty. Chiranjeevi was paid Madhavi Rs. 40,000, Sumalatha Rs. 20,000, the director Kondarami Reddy was paid Rs. 40,000 too.

As we wanted to make the film a prestigious one, we spent all our money and we had not made much profit in the film's first run. As the film's rights were sold once every five years to exhibitors, we made profit on this film after five years and through the following years. After five years, we made a profit of 2 million rupees, some more during the subsequent years. We have not made much profit on satellite rights as we were not aware that it would boom so much today." "Most of the shooting was done in the village called Rebala near Nellore, while the climax was shot at Porur near Madras. The blasting of houses, some other such scenes were done there at a specially erected set; the house set and minor patchwork of shooting was done in Madras. Madhavi, being a lady artiste, had an exclusive house in Talakona location, while everyone else adjusted in huts and houses in and around the village.""The now famous costume of Chiranjeevi was his own idea! We first thought of doing it ordinarily. In the last minute, he got a black trouser and black T-shirt from the house, took off the sleeves of the shirt and had the belt above the T-shirt.

The getup clicked so much that he became a Khaidi in the hearts of lakhs of audiences with this movie." Director Kodandarami Reddy talks about the film: "We planned the film with the story given by a Tamil writer, but it didn't work out. Tirupathi Reddy gaaru gave the cassette of First Blood and suggested that we should develop the story based on the initial scenes of the movie. Paruchuri brothers gave wonderful story based on it.... In those times, we never used to think that it could be risky to go out of the way to do something different! We always wanted to experiment on va


Frizington is a village in Cumbria, England part of Cumberland, near the Lake District National Park in England. It was a collection of farms and houses, but became a unified village as a result of the mining opportunities in the area; the village is known for its church, built in 1867-1868. It lies by road 4.9 miles east of Whitehaven, 38.2 miles south-west of Carlisle and 44.4 miles to the north of Barrow-in-Furness. "The name as a whole means'tūn of Frisa' or'of Frisa's people'". Frizington is within the Copeland UK Parliamentary constituency and the North West England European Parliamentary constituency. Trudy Harrison is the Member of parliament. For the European Parliament residents in Frizington vote to elect MEP's for the North West England constituency. For Local Government purposes it is in the Arlecdon + Ennerdale ward of the Borough of Copeland and the Cleator Moor East + Frizington ward of Cumbria County Council. Frizington has its own Parish Council. On 2 June 2010, Frizington was the scene of the second murder in the killing spree known as the Cumbria shootings, when Derrick Bird shot his family solicitor, Kevin Commons.

Listed buildings in Arlecdon and Frizington Cumbria County History Trust: Arlecdon Frizington Cumbria, from The Cumbria Directory

2008 Idaho Vandals football team

The 2008 Idaho Vandals football team represented the University of Idaho during the 2008 NCAA Division I FBS football season. Idaho competed as a member of the Western Athletic Conference, played their home games in the Kibbie Dome; the Vandals were led by second-year head coach Robb Akey. The Vandals finished the season with a 2–10 overall record and 1–7 in conference play, the team's ninth-straight season with a losing record. Idaho's two wins were against in-state rival Idaho State, an FCS program in the Big Sky, conference foe New Mexico State; the victory over New Mexico State ended a 24-game losing streak against FBS opponents. Eight of the Vandals' ten losses came by 23 points or more, against Utah State, Idaho surrendered a third-quarter lead by yielding 28 unanswered points in the final period. Idaho was outgained by conference opponents by 151.6 yards per game on average. Idaho's reported home attendance in 2008 was 92,041 for an average of 15,340 per game; the maximum was 17,000 for the Boise State game on November 15, the minimum was 15,002 for the San Jose State game on November 1.

One Vandal was selected in the 2009 NFL Draft