David Cowan is an English football defender with East Fife. Cowan started his career with Newcastle United at Academy and reserve level before being released in 2002. After trial spells at Walsall, Wigan Athletic and Oldham Athletic, Cowan joined Motherwell but was to suffer a double ankle fracture in a game against Celtic that sidelined him for a year and put his playing career in some doubt. Recovering fitness but failing to get back into the first team, he joined St Johnstone before an 18-month stint in the Highland town of Dingwall with Ross County. Returning to England for an unsuccessful trial at Blackpool, Cowan played for Gretna but found himself a free agent when they were forced to resign from the Scottish Premier League in 2008. Snapped up by Dundee within days of his former Newcastle reserve colleague Colin McMenamin who made the same switch from Gretna, he became a regular starter at Dens Park, earning an extended two-year deal, he was released by the club on 4 May 2010 along with 8 other players.
In February 2011 he joined Livingston. He was released at the end of the season and after a short trial spell at East Fife, signed for Cowdenbeath on a short term deal until January 2012. On 31 January 2014, Cowan was released by Cowdenbeath. Cowan rejoined East Fife on 7 February 2014. David Cowan at Soccerbase
Surat Thani International Airport is an international airport located in Phunphin District, Surat Thani Province, in Southern Thailand. The airport, 21 km west of Surat Thani City is home to the Royal Thai Air Force squadrons. Surat Thani has a single paved runway, it is the tenth-busiest airport in Thailand in terms of passengers, handling more than two million passengers annually. Thai Airways - Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi, Bangkok-Don Mueang Thai Lion Air - Chiang Mai, Hat Yai As well as being a commercial facility, Surat Thani Airport is an active RTAF base, the home of 4th Air Division/7th Wing Air Combat Command. 701 Squadron, "Shark", flies twelve SAAB JAS-39 C/D Gripen fighter aircraft. 702 Squadron operates two transport SAAB SF340 airplanes. A further two SF340s are on order. In 2019, the Department of Airports announced a plan to upgrade the airport to accommodate 3.6 million passengers a year, up from two million. On 11 December 1998, Thai Airways Flight 261, an A310-200, bound for Surat Thani from Bangkok, was making its third landing attempt in heavy rain when it crashed into a rice paddy about 3 km from the airport.
Surat Thani travel guide from Wikivoyage Surat Thani Airport at Thaiflyingclub.com – includes pictures Technical details on Surat Thani Airport Aviation Savety Network on the 1988 crash Surat Thai Airport Statistic
Uchchala or Uchchala Deva, was a King of Kashmir who ruled for 10 years from 1101–1111 AD. He belonged to Utpala dynasty, a Hindu Kingdom of Kashmiri rulers and was the founder of "Second Lohara dynasty", he was the close relative of Harsha and the brother of "Sussala". Uchchala, accompanied with his brother Sussala, entered in they valley through Lahore and they joined the army of reigning royal family at low-ranking commanding positions granted to them; the army was under the control of Harsha. Uchchala pretended to be the brave and loyal towards the king and as a result, He was appointed as the privileged member of the royal court. In 1099 when the kingdom was under draught-crises, the king imposed heavy taxes on people. Uchchala was disappointed by the taxes. He, along with his brother left the capital city Srinagar with the fear that they would be treated same. Despite showing the bravery and loyalty, the king had started to suspect the two of harbouring the high ambitions to gain the throne and regarded them as a direct threat to the kingdom and rivals to his son "Bhoja".
After an interval of remaining away from Srinagar, the two brothers returned with army via Lahore. It was Darmas, they burnt the capital city. During this battle, the king's son. Uchchala ascended the throne and was regarded as the founder of "Second Lohara dynasty", he constructed new temples. Kalhana, 12th century's historian, believed to had covered the entire History of Kashmir writes in his book Rajatarangini that "Sussala" ruled Lahore with the support of his brother Uchchala. Despite the fact of extended his support, Sussala was among the other rulers who were ambitious of throne. In order to avoid any untoward action identified to be taken by his brother, Uchchala divided the kingdom into two parts which placed Sussala on the throne in Lahore. Uchchala, the eldest son of his parents was married to "Jayamati" she was a beautiful queen and fond of singing. Uchchala ruled the Kashmir for over ten years and meanwhile during his reign, He was assassinated by his enemy "Radda" at "Banihâl" in A.
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Charaxes kirki is a butterfly in the family Nymphalidae. It is found in Kenya and Uganda; the habitat consists of savanna and dry forests. The larvae feed on Acacia mellifera, Albizia adianthifolia, Albizia coriaria, Albizia schimperiana, Entada abyssinica, Entada leptostachys, Entada africana, Entada phaseoloides, Tamarindus indica, Acacia caffra, Albizia sassa, Albizia gummifera and Entada gigas. Charaxes kirki is a member of the Charaxes etheocles species group. Charaxes kirki kirki Charaxes kirki daria Rothschild, 1903 Charaxes kirki suk Carpenter & Jackson, 1950 Images of C. kirki daria Royal Museum for Central Africa Images of C. kirki suk Charaxes kirki images at Consortium for the Barcode of Life Charaxes kirki kirki images at BOLD Charaxes kirki daria images at BOLD
Internal Wrangler is the debut studio album by British indie rock band Clinic. It was released on 1 May 2000 through Domino Records; the band signed to Domino Records following the release of several self-financed singles. The song "The Return of Evil Bill" is a follow up to the song "Evil Bill" that appeared on the Clinic compilation album, remains a fan favorite in live shows; the band lead singer Ade Blackburn, are superstitious and chose not to include a song on the 13th track. This is believed to be why the subsequent albums have been no more than 12 songs long until 2010's Bubblegum; the short interlude track "DJ Shangri-La" is an excerpt of Ludwig van Beethoven's "Moonlight" Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor played on a overdriven organ, although here it is played in standard 4/4 time, while the original piano motif was in 3/4 time. The song "The Second Line" was used prominently in a Levi's Jeans television advertisement in late 2000, which led to it being re-issued, it features an interpolation of the song "Cavern" by Liquid Liquid.
The album cover was inspired by Ornette Coleman's 1961 album Ornette! All tracks are written by Clinic. Clinic Ade Blackburn – keyboard, lead vocals Brian Campbell – bass, backing vocals Jonathan Hartley – lead guitar, keyboards Carl Turney – drums, backing vocals, additional percussionProduction Clinic – production Gareth Jones – production Internal Wrangler at MusicBrainz