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Alabama State Route 227

State Route 227 is a 15-mile-long route that serves as a connection between the Etowah–DeKalb county line south of Crossville with U. S. Route 431 at Guntersville in Marshall County; the southern terminus of SR 227 is located at the Etowah–DeKalb county line to the southwest of Hendrixville. From Hendrixville, the route travels in a northwesterly direction en route to Crossville. From Crossville, it travels in a northerly direction to Geraldine where it again resumes its northwesterly track. Upon entering Marshall County, it takes a more westerly route before turning towards the south en route to its northern terminus at US 431 in downtown Guntersville; the southern terminus of SR 227 until 1985 occurred on Meighan Boulevard in Gadsden, Alabama, US 278/US 431. The routing ran northward passing near the Noccalula Falls Park crossing I-59, followed by an intersection with US 11 near Reece City and continuing onto Crossville, Alabama; the route between Meighan Boulevard in Gadsden and US 11 in Reece City is now designated as SR 211.

The remainder of the former route between US 11 and the Etowah–DeKalb county line is now an Etowah county road until the SR 227 designation begins at the county line. Alabama Department of Transportation county road maps for DeKalb & Marshall

Marco W├Âlfli

Marco Wölfli is a Swiss professional football goalkeeper who plays for Young Boys in the Swiss Super League. Wölfli made his league debut for Young Boys during their 1999–2000 Nationalliga B campaign. Two years limited opportunities with the first team saw him move to FC Thun, where he won promotion to the Nationalliga A and established himself as a good prospect, he returned to Young Boys in the summer of 2003 cementing himself as the Bern club's first choice goalkeeper. After the retirement of veteran striker Thomas Häberli, Wölfli was named club captain by manager Vladimir Petkovic prior to the 2009–10 season, he is the longest tenured player at the club. In November 2010 he extended his contract to last until 30 June 2015, he was part of the Young Boys squad that won the Swiss Super League for the first time in 32 years in 2017–18 season. He earned his first international cap for Switzerland in the friendly match against Finland on 19 November 2008. After his injury on 9 December Wölfli lost his number one status at Young Boys and has since not played for Switzerland anymore.

Young Boys Swiss Super League: 2017–18 Marco Wölfli at profile Marco Wölfli at Marco Wölfli on the website of the Swiss Football League

Lukar Jam Atsok

Lukar Jam Atsok or Lukar Jam, born 1972, in Tsolho Dragkartri district, in Amdo, Tibet. He is a Tibetan refugee and political activist that ran for Prime Minister of the Tibetan Government-in-Exile in Dharamshala, India in 2016. A former Chinese political prisoner, Lukar Jam went on to become President of the non-profit Gu-Chu-Sum, dedicated to the welfare of Tibetan political prisoners, he has worked as a civil servant with the Tibetan Government-in-Exile and lives in the Tibetan enclave of McLeod Ganj, high above Dharamsala, India in the western foothills of the Himalayas. The Chinese authorities arrested him in March 1993, together with his friends Tsegon Thar and Namloyak, on his return to Tibet after studying for a year in India in a Tibetan school in exile. Unable to lead a normal life due to constant harassment, he decided to flee from Tibet, but was arrested on his way to exile in Dhingri County, Shigatse Prefecture. After more than a year of detention in Shigatse Nyari and Seitru prisons in the Tibet Autonomous Region, the Intermediate People's Court sentenced him to 14 years imprisonment on accusations of "counter-revolutionary activities", "separatist activities" and of being the animator of "crimes against revolution."

Mr. Lugar Jam was from Tsolho Dragkartri district, he was detained in Terlengkha at the Public Security Bureau Detention Center. Tortured during his detention, he was released on 28 April 1995 for medical reasons after he fell ill and weighing only 30 kg, he left Tibet after recovering from his illness and arrived in Dharamsala, India on 17 November 1997. He worked in the research and analysis wing of the Ministry of Security of the Central Tibetan Administration under the leadership of the 14th Dalai Lama until 5 March 2005, he became President of Gu-Chu-Sum Movement of Tibet, an organization dedicated to the welfare of former political prisoners in Dharamsala, India. He is a writer and a poet, he was a candidate in the 2016 race for Tibetan Prime Minister and was the only candidate to support Tibetan independence and received the endorsement of the US non-profit Tibetan National Congress, a Tibetan political party advocating the independence of Tibet. Lukar Jam was eliminated in the first round of the election similar to a primary.

He was opposed to two other candidates Penpa Tsering and Harvard Law School graduate Lobsang Sangay, elected. In February 2017, he wrote a poem in honor of Professor Elliot Sperling, known for his support of Tibetan national independence. Sikyong Tibetan Government-in-Exile Tibetan Political Review, "Lukar Jam: Prisoner of Conscience" By Jamyang Norbu posted Oct 5, 2015 Human Rights Watch, "Exile Accounts Written and based on interviews by Mickey Spiegel" Human Rights Watch, "Lukar Jam" Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy, "Profile: Sentenced to 17 years for'espionage'" Phayul, "A Tibetan's memories of a Chinese prison"

Erika Kokay

Erika Jucá Kokay is a Brazilian politician. Although born in Ceará, she has spent her political career representing the Federal District, having served as state representative since 2011. Kokay was born to Lojos Ferenz Kokay and Maria do Perpétuo Socorro Jucá. Prior to becoming a politician Kokay worked as a banker. Kokay has worked as a syndicalist since 1992, is a member and past president of the trade union Central Única dos Trabalhadores. Kokay voted against the impeachment motion of then-president Dilma Rousseff. Kokay voted against the 2017 Brazilian labor reform, she would vote in favor of a corruption investigation into Rousseff's successor Michel Temer. Kokay is fervently against the nonpartisan school bill, stating that it would limit free speech in the educational system and make students "enemies of the nation". Kokay supported the National Truth Commission which investigates crimes committed by the military dictorship in Brazil from 1946–1988, she is a supporter of LGBT rights, a central theme of her 2018 re-election campaign.

She was investigated in April 2019 for misusing funds after requesting that one of her peers be investigated, Kokay claimed that she was being investigated in retaliation and that she was "completely calm" regarding the potencial outcome

Kalyana Varadharaja Perumal Temple

Kalyana Varadharaja Perumal Temple is an ancient temple that exists in Paruthiyur, located at 31 Agraharam Street, Paruthiyur Via Sengalipuram, Thiruvarur District 612 604. When one enters the small village of Avanam Paruthiyur, on the banks of Kudamurutti river, a tributary of the Kaveri, the Paruthiyur Kalyana Varadharajar Temple is popular Paruthiyur Adhi Varadaraja Perumal The main idol Adhi Varadharaja Perumal in the Paruthiyur Temple is bestowing his grace with'Prayoga-Chakra"; this chakra is believed to have been sent to protect King Ambarisha, a Vishnu devotee, from the curse of Durvasa, the famous sage. In Duruvasa's rage, he created a demon to kill Ambarisha, out of a strand of his hair. King Ambarisha prayed to his favorite God Vishnu. Lord Narayana's Sudarshana protected King Ambarisha. Sudarshana Chakra Hindu mythology is full of references regarding the relationship and synergy between the Chakram and Lord Vishnu. Sudarshana Chakra or the divine disc of Maha Vishnu is one of the Lord’s prominent weapons in annihilating evil forces.

Vishnu’s Sudarshana Chakra in most temples is held on the side but in the Paruthiyur Temple it is in a rare Prayoga state ~ as if it is in use. It is believed that it is this Chakra, used by the Lord against Durvasa. Hence there are no houses built on the south side of the street across the Temple; the benefits of Prayers and Homas to Sudarshana are innumerable. It is stated in the Ahirbudhnya Samhita that when the devotees are suffering from the afflictions caused by incurable diseases, sorcery, or enemies, Lord Sudarshana dispels his fierce form and comes to their protection. Kalyana Varadaraja Perumal Since the Lord Adhi Varadharaja Perumal was powerful with the Chakra weapon and was fierce another Vishnu, Sri Kalyana Varadharajar was erected in the same Sannadhi; this Permual blesses bestows well-being to bhaktas. These Panchaloka Utsava idols of this Temple are ancient 10th century Chola bronze; the temple is open evenings to the public. Vaikunta Ekadesi is a popular festival for Varadharaja Perumal.

Rama Navami is a grand festival in this temple. Panagam and Sundal are the popular prasadhams made and distributed during the festive seasons for the devotees; this Paruthiyur perumal temple was built in the early 19th century by a great Vishnu Bhakta by the name Paruthiyur Sri Krishna Sastri popularly known as Ayyaval, who lived during the rule of Serfoji_II Maharaja. Ayyaval had spent most of his time in this temple with his parayanams of the Vishnu Puranas and the Ramayana, teaching of the scriptures and spreading bhakti and promoting Hindu Dharma, he was an authority over the Vaishnava traditions. Ayyaval addressed several issues by answering the queries on Dharma Sastram and acharam posed to them by Vedic scholars and pundits, his authority on the administration of dharma made many legal luminaries come to them seeking their advice on issues concerning Hindu law. Paruthiyur Sri Krishna Sastri Ayyaval along with his brother Paruthiyur Sri Venkatesha Sastri Annaval were the doyen brothers of our Paruthiyur and for the Hindu Religion.

This temple became the life and soul of a Mahaan Brahmasri Paruthiyur Krishna Sastri. He was a Ramayana exponent, Philanthropist and a Pravachan Pioneer, he renovated this Paruthiyur Perumal temple and installed Mahalakshmi, Kodandarama Parivaar sannadhis and constructed the temple tank kodadhandarama Threertham known as the Melakulam which made the temple famous and auspicious. Vishnu Purana Ramayana Pravachan Paruthiyur Krishna Sastri Sri Kalyana Varadharaja Perumal Temple Kumbhabhishekam


Billie-Eve is the third studio album by Nigerian-German singer-songwriter Ayọ. The album is named after her daughter and was recorded in New York with the cooperation of musicians like Craig Ross, the rapper Saul Williams, Matthieu Chedid and Gail Ann Dorsey, bass player of David Bowie; the recording took five days like her previous two albums. Four songs, including "It Hurts" and "Real Love", were recorded afterwards in Paris; the song "I'm Gonna Dance" was released as a single and music video in February 2011. "How Many People" – 7:21 "I'm Gonna Dance" – 3:04 "Black Spoon" – 4:08 "I Can't" – 3:27 "Flowers" – 4:29 "Real Love" – 3:21 "Julia" – 3:33 "My Man" – 3:03 "It's Too Late" – 4:20 "Who Are They?" – 4:11 "We Have Got To" – 4:12 "Before" – 4:32 "It Hurts" – 3:15 "Believe" – 1:48 "I Want You Back" – 2:33Track 16 is either "I'm Sorry" – 3:59or "I Know a Place" – 4:30