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The Other Side (Chris Hillman album)

The Other Side is a Chris Hillman album, released in 2005. It contains a countryfied version of The Byrds 1966 single, "Eight Miles High." "Eight Miles High" – 4:05 "True Love" – 2:23 "Drifting" – 3:22 "The Other Side" – 3:04 "Heaven Is My Home" – 2:23 "Touch Me" – 3:55 "The Wheel" – 3:14 "True He's Gone" – 4:28 "Heavenly Grace" – 2:44 "It Doesn't Matter" – 3:01 "Missing You" – 3:56 "The Water Is Wide" – "I Know I Need You" – 3:10 "Our Savior's Hands" – 4:24A 15th track, "Old Rockin' Chair" was available as a bonus track on the downloadable version of the CD. It hasn't been made available since. Chris Hillman – guitar, vocals Bill Brysonbass Skip Edwards – accordion Larry Park – guitar Herb Pedersen – 5-string banjo, guitar, rhythm guitar, vocal harmony, background vocals Sally Van Meterdobro Jennifer Warnes – harmony, vocal harmony, vocals Gabe Witcherfiddle Steve Hall – mastering Richard Aaron – photography Scott MacPherson – engineer, mixing Mark Matthews – assistant engineer, session photographer Scott McPherson – audio engineer

City of Poughkeepsie Transit

City of Poughkeepsie Transit was the municipal bus system serving the City of Poughkeepsie, New York as well as parts of the Town of Poughkeepsie and Hyde Park. The system operated five different regular routes and a service which served students at Poughkeepsie Middle School and Poughkeepsie High School. All buses ran as unidirectional loops and met at the corner of Main and Market streets adjacent to the west end of the former Main Mall. Buses ran every 30 -- 45 minutes in peak periods. Service within these areas is now provided by the Dutchess County Public Transit system, a division of the Dutchess County Division of Public Transit; the five main routes were: Main Street: Served businesses on Main Street, the commercial strip off of Route 44 in Arlington, Vassar College, the western end of the city including the train station which served Metro-North and Amtrak. Southside: Served residential areas in the southern part of Poughkeepsie as well as the northern commercial strip on Route 9. Northside: Served residential areas in the northern part of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Community College, St. Francis Hospital, the southern part of Hyde Park to that town's Stop & Shop supermarket.

Prior to 2004, was two separate routes, the merger of, met with much objection. Galleria: A combination of the Southside and LOOP A routes, served residential areas in Poughkeepsie before continuing on Route 9 to serve Poughkeepsie Galleria and South Hills Mall. Shopper's Special: A weekday-only variant of the Main Street route that served the commercial strip in Arlington, but via residential areas rather than the commercial Main Street. Official City Transit Page Bus map and schedule

International Panel of ICC Umpires

The International Panel of ICC Umpires was established by the ICC in 1994 following trial in 1992/3, to ensure that one neutral umpire would stand in every Test match. It is made up of officials nominated from each of the twelve Test playing cricket boards. From 2002, its role in Tests was supplanted by the Elite Panel of ICC Umpires. Umpires from the International Panel are employed to officiate home One Day international matches, but may be called upon to aid the Elite Panel in Test matches and overseas ODIs during busy cricketing calendar years; as of 23 February 2020, the ICC International Panel consisted of: The original members of the International Panel in 1994 were: Umpire Elite Panel of ICC Umpires Elite Panel of ICC Referees List of Test umpires

Weston under Wetherley

Weston under Wetherley known by locals as just Weston is a village and civil parish in Warwickshire, England. It is on the B4453 road, 3 miles north east of Royal Leamington Spa. According to the United Kingdom Census 2001 the village had a population of 454 living in 164 houses; the population taken at the Census 2011 was 468. The most notable buildings is the parish church of Saint Michael. Weston is unusual amongst settlements in the UK of its size in that there is not a single shop there, the last being demolished in the 1990s nor a pub, closed in 2014. Another place to be closed in the 1990s was Weston Hospital which had treated people from all around the area. On the hospital site modern houses have been built as well as a children's play area and a village hall. Just to the north of the village is Weston and Waverley Wood; the Conservative politician, Dudley Smith is one of the best known people to have lived in the village. In November 1605 a group of men, including Robert Catesby, who were involved in the gunpowder plot, passed through the village.

They were fleeing from London after the arrest of Guy Fawkes. They were on their way to Wales, after a meeting at Dunchurch, near Rugby. Media related to Weston under Wetherley at Wikimedia Commons

Michael Alcock

Air Chief Marshal Sir Robert James Michael Alcock referred to as Sir Michael Alcock, is a retired senior Royal Air Force commander and an aerospace consultant. Educated at Victoria College, Alcock was commissioned in the Technical Branch of the Royal Air Force in 1959. By the time of the Gulf War, Alcock was Air Officer Engineering at Headquarters Strike Command, he was appointed the RAF's Chief Engineer in 1991, promoted to air chief marshal in 1993. The following year Alcock graduated from Cranfield University before being appointed Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief the newly established Logistics Command on 1 April 1994; the role carried with it a seat on the Air Force Board as the Air Member for Logistics and Alcock became the first non-aircrew officer to sit on the Air Force Board. Additionally, Alcock continued to be designated as the RAF's Chief Engineer. Alcock was succeeded by Sir John Allison on 8 March 1996, he retired from the RAF on 25 June 1996, subsequently worked as an aerospace consultant