The Albula Alps are a mountain range in the Alps of eastern Switzerland. They are considered to be part of the Central Eastern Alps, more the Western Rhaetian Alps, they are named after the river Albula. The Albula Alps are separated from the Oberhalbstein Alps in the west by the Septimer Pass and the valley of the Sursés; the Albula Alps are drained by the rivers Albula, Gelgia and Inn. The main peaks of the Albula Alps are: The Albula Alps are crossed by one railway tunnel, under the Albula Pass; the main mountain passes of the Albula Alps are: Swiss Alps List of mountains in Switzerland Swisstopo maps
The 2007–08 Australian region cyclone season was only the second season to have a tropical cyclone form in July. This timeline documents all the storm formations, weakening, extratropical transitions, as well as dissipation; the season began on 1 November 2007, lasted until 30 April 2008. However a tropical cyclone moving into the region from the South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season on 29 July, meant that the season started 29 days after the Southern Hemisphere Tropical Cyclone Year started on 1 July 2007; the timeline includes information, not operationally released, meaning that information from post-storm reviews by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, such as information about a Cyclone, not upgraded operationally, has been included. The graphical bar above gives a brief overview of storm activity during the season, for convenience, the storm's maximum intensity on the Australian Tropical Cyclone Intensity Scale is included as a color bar. 1 July 0000 UTC – The 2007–08 Tropical Cyclone year begins.29 July 1800 UTC – Tropical Cyclone 01, moves in to the east of 90E and into the area of Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Perth's area of responsibility, from RSMC La Reunion's area of responsibility.
2100 UTC – The Joint Typhoon Warning Center designates Tropical Cyclone 01 as Tropical Cyclone 01S.30 July 0400 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Perth operationally issues its first warning on Tropical Cyclone 01S, designating it as a Tropical Low. 0900 UTC – The Joint Typhoon Warning Center issues its final advisory on Tropical Cyclone 01S as it begins to dissipate 310 km west of the Cocos Islands. 1200 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Perth reports in their Tropical cyclone report that Tropical Cyclone 01S weakened into a tropical low.31 July 0600 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Perth operationally issues its last warning on Tropical Low 01S, as it moves back into RSMC La Reunion's area of responsibility. There were no other tropical cyclones in the Australian region during the pre season. 13 November 0000 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Brisbane reports that a Tropical Low has formed, near south-eastern New Guinea. 0600 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Perth reports that a Tropical Low has formed, to the southwest of Sumatra.
1500 UTC – The Joint Typhoon Warning Center designates the Tropical low, located to the near south-eastern New Guinea as Tropical Cyclone 02P.14 November 0300 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Brisbane reports that the Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Port Moresby has named Tropical Cyclone 02S as Tropical Cyclone Guba. 1200 UTC – TCWC Perth upgrades the Tropical Low, located to the southwest of Sumatra to Tropical Cyclone Lee. 2100 UTC – The Joint Typhoon Warning Center designates Tropical Cyclone Lee as Tropical Cyclone 03S.15 November 0000 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Lee intensifies into a category 2 tropical cyclone. 0600 UTC – TCWC Perth issues its last advisory on Tropical Cyclone Lee, as it moves west of 90°E into RSMC La Reunion's area of responsibility, is renamed Severe Tropical Storm Ariel.16 November 0000 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Guba intensifies into a category 2 tropical cyclone. 1200 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Guba intensifies into a category 3 severe tropical cyclone.17 November 1200 UTC – Severe Tropical Cyclone Guba weakens into a category 2 tropical cyclone.18 November 0000 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Guba weakens into a category 1 tropical cyclone.19 November 2100 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Brisbane issues its last warning on Tropical cyclone Guba as it weakens into a tropical low.
26 December 1800 UTC – A developing Tropical Low forms to the south of Sumba island.27 December 0600 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Perth issues its first warning for the developing Tropical Low located to the south of Sumba island.28 December 0000 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Perth upgrades the developing Tropical Low located to the south of Sumba island to Tropical Cyclone Melanie. 0900 UTC – The Joint Typhoon Warning Center designates Tropical Cyclone Melanie as Tropical Cyclone 08S. 1800 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Melanie intensifies into a category 2 cyclone.31 December 0000 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Perth reports that a Tropical Low has formed to the northwest of the Cocos Islands. 0600 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Melanie weakens into a category 1 cyclone. 1 January 1800 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Melanie weakens into a Tropical Low.2 January 0600 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Perth issues its final warning on Tropical Low Ex Melanie as it Melanie had dissipated.3 January 0000 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Darwin reports that a tropical low has formed to the northeast of Wyndham.
2100 UTC – The Joint Typhoon Warning Center designates the Tropical Low located to the northeast of Wyndham as Tropical Cyclone 10S and issues its first advisory.4 January 0000 UTC – The Tropical Cyclone Warning Center in Darwin located to the northeast of Wyndham as Tropical Cyclone Helen. 1200 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Helen Intenisfies into a Category two cyclone. 1800 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Helen weakens into a category one cyclone. 2100 UTC – Tropical Cyclone Helen weakens into a tropical low.6 January 0900 UTC – JTWC issues its final advisory on Tropical Cyclone 10S. 4 February 0600 UTC – TCWC Perth designates 92S. INVEST as tropical low. 2200 UTC – TCWC Perth issues its last shipping warning associated with the low.8 February 0600 UTC – TCWC Perth re-issues shipping warnings on the tropical low.10 February 0000 UTC – TCWC Perth issues its last shipping warning associated with the low.10 February 0000 UTC – TCWC Perth begins shipping warnings on 98S. INVEST, a new tropical low located 60
The City of Ventura Historic Landmarks and Districts consist of buildings and neighborhoods designated by the City of Ventura, California, as historic landmarks and districts. The first six sites designated as Ventura Historic Landmarks were selected in February 1974, they are: the Olivas Adobe, the Ortega Adobe, the Father Serra statue, Ventura City Hall, the Grant Park cross site, the Mission Plaza archeological site. In July 1974, the City designated a second group of landmarks, including the Conklin residence, the Mission San Buenaventura, the Mission's Norfolk pine trees, two large Moreton Bay fig trees located in city parks; as of April 10, 2018, the City had designated 111 sites as Ventura Historic Landmarks and five areas as Ventura Historic Districts. The first historic district designated by the city was the Mission Historic District, extending from Poli Street at the northern border to Santa Clara Street at the southern border, from Ventura Avenue on the west to Palm Street on the east.
The Mission Historic District consists of the oldest section of the city's downtown area and includes more than 10 historic landmarks, including the Mission, the Mission Plaza archeological site, the Mission's Norfolk pines, the Mission Plaza Moreton Bay fig tree, Peirano Store, the Carlo Hahn House, the Mission Lavanderia, China Alley. A map depicting the location of Ventura's designated historic landmarks and districts can be viewed by clicking "OpenStreetMap" or "Google Maps" in the template found to the right below. Other Ventura sites receiving historic designations: Thomas Gould Jr. House. American Craftsman style California bungalow at 402 Lynn Drive, built in 1924 and designed by Henry Greene of Greene and Greene; the house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005. Old Mission Reservoir. Part of the water system for Mission San Buenaventura. 114. Santa Gertrudis Asistencia Monument; the structure was built in 1809 and ceased operation around 1840. The site was in the path of the Ojai freeway, the remains were moved in 1968 with several foundation stones being used to create the monument.
Located 0.3 miles north of the Avenue Water Treatment Facility on the east side of the road, flanked by two cypress trees. Designated as Ventura County Historical Landmark No. 11 in December 1970. Five Trees. Five blue gum eucalyptus trees on the hilltop overlooking Ventura were designated in 1987 as Ventura County Historical Landmark No. 110. Joseph Sexton planted a row of 13 trees in 1898, but a 1903 fire destroyed all but five of the trees. Three of the remaining trees were replaced. In 1956, four of the trees were cut down. Replacement trees were planted in 1966 but only two remain. National Register of Historic Places listings in Ventura County, California California Historical Landmarks in Ventura County, California Ventura County Historic Landmarks & Points of Interest
Analord is a series of eleven 12" vinyl records released in 2005 by UK-based electronic music artist Richard D. James under the alias AFX; the series marked James's return to analogue equipment following his computer-oriented programming work in the late 1990s. After their release, James "distilled" the 3½ hour, 42-track series into the 10-track compilation album Chosen Lords his first full-length release since the 2001 album Drukqs. On 24 December 2009, the Rephlex Records website began posting unreleased/bonus tracks for the Analord series in MP3 and WAV digital formats. In all, 21 bonus tracks were added to the series, totalling 62 tracks for a runtime of 4 hours and 36 minutes; the first installment, Analord 10, went on sale through the Rephlex Records website on 15 December 2004, was packaged in a faux-leather binder with sleeves for housing the rest of the series. It was re-released as a picture disc. Both pressings of Analord 10 were marketed under James' primary alias Aphex Twin, although other Analord recordings were released under the AFX pseudonym.
A condensed, album-length version of the series, Chosen Lords was released in 2006. James has programmed a variety of analogue equipment throughout his career. Instruments on Analord include drum machines such as the Roland TR-606, TR-808, TR-909. Since James has a penchant for anagrams, it is noteworthy that "Analord" is an anagram for "A Roland" referencing a well-known manufacturer of analogue synthesizers, it has been speculated that the term "Analord" is a portmanteau of the words analogue and lord, referring to Richard James' previous analogue programming, the talent and recognition he has in his industry. "Analord" is the title of a Luke Vibert track from Lover's Acid on Planet Mu. It's suspected that Analord is a portmanteau of the words "anal" and "lord". Tracks on Analord 8, Analord 9, Analord 11 are named after computer viruses and other malicious software to prevent or discourage file sharing; the images on both sides of Analord 11 feature the Michael Faraday Memorial in Elephant and Castle, London.
Both sides of Analord 1 feature the Roland MC-4 Microcomposer as the label art. Released 24 January 2005. Released 24 January 2005. Released 21 February 2005. Released 21 February 2005. Released 14 March 2005. Released 11 April 2005. Released 25 April 2005. Released 9 May 2005. Released 13 June 2005. Released 15 December 2004, Re-released as a picture disc on 11 July 2005. Released 13 June 2005. * Released on 24 December 2009, only available through download
Tepeyac or the Hill of Tepeyac known by the names Tepeyacac and Tepeaquilla, is located inside Gustavo A. Madero, the northernmost delegación or borough of Mexico City. According to the Catholic tradition, it is the site where Saint Juan Diego met the Virgin of Guadalupe in December 1531, received the iconic image of the Lady of Guadalupe; the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe located there is one of the most visited Catholic shrines in the world. Spanish colonists erected a Catholic chapel at the site, Our Lady of Guadalupe, "the place of many miracles." Tepeyac Hill "had been a place for worshipping Aztec earth goddesses." Tepeyac is believed to have been a Pre-Columbian worship site for the indigenous mother goddess Tonantzin Coatlaxopeuh. In Nahuatl, Tepeyacac is a proper noun, a combination of tepetl and the relational word -c. According to scholars of the Nahuatl language, "The term would be expected to mean'a settlement on the ridge or brow of a hill.' Since yacatl implies antecedence, here the word may refer to the fact that the hill is the first and most prominent of a series of three."
Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe El Tepeyac National Park
Pol Valentín Sancho is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Gimnàstic de Tarragona as a right back. Born in Avinyonet de Puigventós, Catalonia, Valentín represented UE Figueres as a youth. On 6 December 2014, aged 17, he made his first team debut by coming on as a late substitute in a 1–0 Tercera División away win against FC Vilafranca. On 3 July 2015, Valentín signed a three-year deal with Gimnàstic de Tarragona, returning to youth football, he was promoted to the farm team ahead of the 2016–17 season, scored his first senior goal on 28 August 2016 in a 1–4 loss at Palamós CF. Valentín was called up to the 2017 pre-season of the first team by new manager Lluís Carreras, being promoted in late July as Otar Kakabadze's backup. On 7 August of that year, he renewed his contract until 2020. Valentín made his professional debut on 13 January 2018, starting in a 1–1 away draw against UD Almería for the Segunda División championship. Valentín's elder brother, Gerard, is a footballer and a right back.
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