South Dock is one of two surviving docks in the former Surrey Commercial Docks in Rotherhithe, England. It was built in 1807–1811 just south of the larger Greenland Dock, to which it is connected by a channel now known as Greenland Cut. Named the East Country Dock, it was renamed in 1850 when the Surrey Commercial Dock Company purchased and enlarged it. Timber and grain were the main products exported in the dock; the dock was damaged by German attacks in World War II when the area was bombed by the Luftwaffe. Due to bomb damage in Greenland Dock, South Dock became the only exit from that dock, it was emptied of shipping in 1944, drained and used for the construction of concrete sections for the Mulberry Harbours used on D-Day. After the war, it was repaired and the surrounding warehouses rebuilt; the revival of the Surrey Docks proved short-lived with the advent of containerization from the 1960s onwards. The new container ships were much too big to be accommodated in the upstream London docks and, with a few exceptions, most of the river trade moved downriver to Tilbury and other more modern ports around the country.
The Surrey Docks closed in December 1970 and were sold to the London Borough of Southwark in 1977. Although most of the Surrey Docks were infilled and converted to residential, commercial or light industrial land, South Dock escaped this fate; the former warehouses were demolished and replaced with residential blocks, while the dock itself was refurbished. Residential development in the area received funding from the London Docklands Development Corporation, erecting unique buildings, such as Baltic Quay. In 1994, South Dock reopened with over 200 berths, it is now occupied by yachts and residential barges. Canada Water Greenland Dock Russia Dock Woodland Surrey Quays Globe pond Centre Dock Norway Dock South Dock Marina Berth Holders' Association Yahoo! email group Friends of Greenland Dock and South Dock South Dock SE16 - An ongoing history of Rotherhithe's South Dock
Gatoch Panom Yiech is an Ethiopian professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Al-Anwar and the Ethiopian national team. The Addis Ababa-based club, Ethiopia Coffee, would become Panom's first professional club when he made his debut for them in 2012. After making many appearances and becoming a regular starter, his form with the club earned him his first call up to the Ethiopian National Team in 2014. In June 2017, Panom become the first Ethiopian player to complete a transfer directly from an Ethiopian Club to a Russian Club when he made his move to FC Anzhi Makhachkala. On 21 June 2017, Panom signed a 3-year contract with the Russian club FC Anzhi Makhachkala. Anzhi registered him with the league as a Chad citizen. Panom made his debut for the main squad of FC Anzhi Makhachkala on 20 September 2017 in a Russian Cup game against FC Luch-Energiya Vladivostok. On 14 December 2017, Panom's Anzhi contract was dissolved by mutual consent. On 22 February 2018, Panom signed with Ethiopian Premier League debutantes Mekelle City FC on a contract that would keep him at the club until the end of the season.
Due to a lingering muscle injury Panom had to sit out the first few games with the club until making his debut on April 11, 2018 against Jimma Aba Jifar FC. In July 2018, El Gouna announced the signing of Panom. In January 2020, Al-Anwar announced the signing of Panom. In January 2014, coach Sewnet Bishaw, invited him to be a part of the Ethiopia squad for the 2014 African Nations Championship; the team was eliminated in the group stages after losing to Congo and Ghana. As of match played 20 September 2017 Statistics accurate as of match played 11 June 2017 Scores and results list Ethiopia's goal tally first
The Mixed Doubles tournament of the 2011 BWF World Junior Championships is a badminton world junior individual championships for the Eye Level Cups, held on November 2–6. The defending champion of the last edition is Liu Cheng / Bao Yixin from China. Indonesian pair Alfian Eko Prasetya and Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja won the gold medal after beat their compatriot Ronald Alexander and Tiara Rosalia Nuraidah in the final round with the score 12–21, 21–17, 25–23; the seeds based from the Continental Confederation's recommendation, players performance at the Suhandinata Cup and using the latest world ranking as a guideline. Main Draw
Thousand Arms is a cross-genre video game developed by Red Company and Atlus, published by Atlus for the PlayStation in 1998. The game mixes elements of Japanese role-playing video games and dating sim video games; the game takes place on a "steampunk" type of world. The Dark Acolytes, a mysterious organization of cyborgs and robots, is trying to find the five legendary Sacred Flames, bring chaos to the World in the process. Meis, a womanizing "Spirit Blacksmith" with the ability to make magical weapons, finds himself chosen to find the flames before the Dark Acolytes do. However, to increase the power of his weapons, Meis must have the help of a woman, must increase his'intimacy level' with her by going out on dates. Along his journey, he meets a colorful cast of characters, including girls to date and allies to join his party. Meis Triumph The 16-year-old heir to a family of Spirit Blacksmiths, Meis learned from his father how to be a womanizer. Stubborn and lazy, Meis is forced to change his ways against his will, first when the Dark Acolytes force him to leave his comfortable home, when the spirits of the Ancient Blacksmiths give him the mission of finding the sacred flames.
He can't resist hitting on other beautiful women. In addition to his ability to reforge weapons to increase their power and grant them magical spells or special attacks, Meis can obtain "Elemental Beasts" to use in combat, similar to the "summons" seen in the Final Fantasy games, his weapon is a sword. Sodina Dawnfried The younger sister of a great Spirit Blacksmith named Jyabil, Sodina is a beautiful, 15-year-old red-haired girl. After her brother is killed by the Dark Acolytes, she decides to help Meis on his quest, she has feelings for Meis, but finds herself enraged by his lecherous behaviour. Her weapon of choice is a dagger. Muza Grifford A 21-year-old knight and an old friend of Meis, he's brave but not too clever, tends to freeze when in the presence of pretty girls, he has a large physique. He develops feelings for Wyna, his weapon of choice is a claymore, a huge sword that normal people would have a difficult time wielding. Wyna Grapple The 17-year-old daughter of the King of the Pirates, Wyna is a boisterous girl who loves fighting.
She wears a bikini as well as an eyepatch. If you pay attention during dates, you'll see. At first she's attracted to Meis because of his strength, but returns Muza's feelings, her weapon of choice is a large battle hammer. Nelsha Stylus A unique girl whose personality changes when she puts on new outfits, due to the spirits that inhabit them. Nelsha is a 16-year-old nerdy-looking girl who refers to herself in the third person, she dreams of becoming a title given to the best clothes designers in the world. Her weapon of choice is a magic sewing needle. In addition, Nelsha can change her costumes in combat, which changes her form and gives her different powers. Kyleen Nelphe A 16-year-old green-haired female thief who tries to use the party for her own purposes, but ends up befriending and joining them, her personality is sarcastic. She seems attracted to Soushi, her weapon of choice is a sword used for fencing. Soushi Mahoroba An 18-year-old samurai with a lot of pride, who considers himself a ladykiller as well.
His most notable feature is his pink kimono. He and Meis can't stand each other at first but come to respect each other, his weapon is a katana called Masamune. The game's main antagonist is The Dark Emperor, he is the ancient ruler of the Clan of Darkness. He transformed his body into a machine in order to live long enough to find the Holy Flames of the Light, which he believes will allow him to become a god. Schmidt, "The Dark Master", serves under him, along with Jeala, who serves him out of unrequited love. Below them are "The Evil Mecha Five" - five powerful cyborg servants of the Emperor, all named after machine parts or tools. Shaft, Ratchet and Bolt. In addition to the girls on his party, Meis can date the following women: Marion, a young inventor and Gadget Master with a childish personality, she lives in the giant train called Mounthand. Palma Esterte, a priestess obsessed with cleanliness, she can be found in the huge ship called the Langoud. Kyoka Maharoba, Soushi's sister, a shy and proper Japanese girl who detests her brother's lecherous personality.
She can be found in the town of Boyzby. Mil Wind, a intelligent girl who stalks Meis as a way to research his womanizing personality, she lives in Meis' hometown. Her name is a pun on "windmill". Metalia, the "Jewel Master", the oldest of Meis' dates, over 200 years old as said by herself, this woman was a friend of Jyabil's and helps the heroes find the flames. Metalia can be found in the Myscatonia Library. Combat in Thousand Arms is turn based, with up to three party members to be taken into battle at once. However, only the front character is able to physically attack the enemy; the other two characters serve in a supporting role, taunting the enemy and utilizing certain items or spells. The enemies have the same limitations. If necessary, characters can be rotated out such that one of the support characters and the lead character exchange position. Since only one character can engage in direct combat with the enemy at a time, this tends to have the overall effect of slowing down combat when compared to games which allow all or most of the party
Nesta Toumine was a dancer, artistic director and teacher in Canada. She was born Nesta Williams in Thornton Heath, England, the daughter of Alfred Edward Williams and Agnes Mary Sievers, was educated in Ottawa, she studied ballet in Ottawa, New York City, with Nikolai Legat, Serafina Astafieva and Margaret Craske in London, in Paris and with Julia Sedova in Nice. Williams performed as Nesta Markova with the Ballets Russes de Paris and Léonide Massine's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. In 1941, she married Sviatoslov Toumine; the couple settled in New York but moved to Ottawa after the birth of their sons and Lorne. With Yolande Leduc, Toumine founded the Ottawa Ballet Company in 1947, she taught ballet in her school in Scranton, Pennsylvania and in Montreal. Toumine died in Ottawa. Dancers trained by Toumine include David Lee Moroni, founding principal of the professional division of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School David Peregrine, former principal dancer for the Royal Winnipeg BalletToumine developed the choreography for a number of ballets including: Maria Chapdelaine Les Sylphides Les Valses Pas de QuatreShe choreographed shows for the Orpheus Musical Theatre Society.