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Amarasimha was a Sanskrit grammarian and poet from ancient India, of whose personal history hardly anything is known. He is said to have been "one of the nine gems that adorned the throne of Vikramaditya," and according to the evidence of Xuanzang, this is the Chandragupta Vikramaditya who flourished about CE 375. Other sources describe him as belonging to the period of Vikramaditya of 7th century. Most of Amarasiṃha's work was destroyed, with the exception of the celebrated Amara-Kosha; the first reliable mention of the Amarakosha is in the Amoghavritti of Shakatayana composed during the reign of Amoghavarsha The Amarakosha is a vocabulary of Sanskrit roots, in three books, hence sometimes called Trikanda or the "Tripartite". It is known as "Namalinganushasana"; the Amarakosha contains 10,000 words, is arranged, like other works of its class, in metre, to aid the memory. The first chapter of the Kosha was printed at Rome in Tamil character in 1798. An edition of the entire work, with English notes and an index by HT Colebrooke appeared at Serampore in 1808.

The Sanskrit text was printed at Calcutta in 1831. A French translation by ALA Loiseleur-Deslongchamps was published at Paris in 1839. B. L. Rice compiled the text in Kannada script with meanings in English and Kannada in 1927. Attribution: This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed.. "Amara Sinha". Encyclopædia Britannica. 1. Cambridge University Press. P. 781. Amarakosha Sanskrit text

Rude Paper

Rude Paper is a South Korean collaboration consisting of reggae artist Koonta of Koonta and Nuoliunce and music producer Real Dreamer. Before coming together, they were known contributors to the music industry with their respective talents. Koonta is part of the Korean reggae duo Koonta and Nuoliunce and represented the reggae world in Korea alongside Skul1. Real Dreamer is a producer, known for producing for known music artists like Double K, Outsider and Simon D. On April 26, 2011, they debuted the music video for their title song "Radio" that displayed their unique talent and personalities, they released on September 30 with their new song "You Are Not Loser" and the music video that revealed to be inspirational song about a son walking in the footsteps of his blind father. On January 26, Rude Paper released their song Realise showcasing Hip hop blend, they went on to collaborate with Miryo on her first solo album in the song "Revenger". "Radio" "You Are Not Loser" "Hand" "비오는 밤에" Official website

Christopher Tavarez

Christopher Tavarez is an American actor and athlete. After modeling as a young child, his parents were encouraged by scouts to pursue the world of acting for their son, his first television appearance was on Endurance. He appeared on the 4th season when he was 12 in the show, he made himself seem like a huge threat, which other contestants took although he was eliminated after the first elimination. Chris's talent was recognized by talent agent, Joy Pervis, who discovered child stars Dakota Fanning, Kyle Massey, Lucas Till, he stayed busy working in the Atlanta market booking commercials, print and films. Chris has been cast in several movies, including Big Momma's House 2, he has a recurring role on Tyler Perry's television series, Meet the Browns. Chris's big break came when he was cast for the lead role of Lance in the Disney Channel original movie, Avalon High. Chris was the captain of his football team at Westlake High School in Atlanta, Georgia, he has been scouted and has more than seven NCAA Division I scholarships to colleges such as Duke, Tulane and Vanderbilt.

In August 2010, Tavarez committed to play football for Duke University. Christopher Tavarez on IMDb Christopher Tavarez on Twitter Christopher Tavarez on Instagram

Oomai Vizhigal

Oomai Vizhigal is a 1986 Tamil-language crime-action film directed by R. Aravindraj; this film is an extended version of short film, Murder Echo made by College students. The film features Vijayakanth, Arun Pandian, Karthik Chandrasekhar and Jaishankar along with in lead roles. Ravichandran and Malaysia Vasudevan in Negative role; the film was completed 150 + days in theaters. The film was a profitable venture; the film was dubbed in Telugu as Marana Mandiram. A group of college girls, driving a light blue matador, arrive at Chola Picnic Village, they book a hotel room with a picnic spot. At night they go out to the beach, light a bonfire, enjoy singing and dancing. After the song ends, the girls return to the hotel. One of the girls, separates from the group, she rings it three times. A man, P. R. K, riding on a carriage, he looks into her eyes, rides Vasanthi down, grabbing her hair and kidnapping her. The next scene shows Raja entering the Chola Picnic Village, he comes across the pi-shaped bell stand.

A beldam is found to sit below it, he snaps a photo of her. Wandering farther, he finds a priest and introduces himself as Assistant Editor for the Dhinamurasu Magazine. Raja asks about a girl's body, that four to five days ago, was found floating by the Picnic Village's beach, he says that he would like some clarifications. The priest refuses to answer, Raja takes a photo of him. Lakshmana, the younger brother of P. R. K, shows up. Raja leaves. Chandran is the editor of the Dhinamurasu Magazine, he and Raja develop Chandran asks Raja how he is getting such sensational news. Raja tells Chandran, her name is Uma, she is a stenographer. The suspect is none other than MLA Sattanathan; the phone rings in the MLA's house and Velu asks Uma to answer the phone. She picks up the phone and says that a person named P. R. K wants to talk with MLA. Uma overhears their conversation through her phone. P. R. K tells Sattanathan. Sattanathan says; the next morning, Chandran receives a phone call at his office from an inspector who asks why the newspaper is carrying on an unnecessary investigation.

Chandra tells him to mind his words. Vijay, a friend of Raja, joins the magazine. Raja and Vijay stay in Devi's house for rent; the next day, Raja leaves in her house. There Devi is found seating, he says to her. Vijay and Devi were in love as well as Uma. At the birthday of Uma, Uma was killed by MLA in front of Raja; the case is sent to DSP Deenathayalan for investigation. The scene shifts to a newly married couple and Shanthi, honeymooning at Chola Picnic Village, they spend the time merrily. By the time Maamarathu poo song finishes, it becomes night and when the couples are involved in a romance in the hotel room, P. R. K makes Karthik fall down unconscious. Shanthi escapes from the village, where she is being helped by passerby whose car stops; when P. R. K opens the gate of the village and approaches her to kill her the car starts and that passerby admit her at a hospital, he informs Vijay about a girl, coming undressed from the village and he has admitted her to a hospital. By the time Raja arrives there, one of Sattanathan's people goes there to kill Shanthi.

He hides in Shanthi's room to kill her. Raja comes there in time and he is stabbed by that thug. Raja kills that thug and brings Shanthi to DSP's house and dies there. Vijay gets disheartened on seeing this. Peter and Vijay all join hands in order to know the reason why P. R. K does this. After this P. R. K gets everyone and chains them, he reveals that he loved someone her eyes but she cheated, so he wanted to take eyes from the girls he sees Beldam is his stepmother who gives him info about the girls. At last DSP gets to know about punishes everyone. Ramesh and Shanthi rejoin thus making the end of silent eyes. Oomai Vizhigal was inspired by a series of murders that took place in a tribal village in Tamil Nadu; the film score and the soundtrack were composed by film composer Manoj Gyan and additional music was composed by Aabavanan. The soundtrack, released in 1986, features 6 tracks with lyrics written by Aabavanan. Oomai Vizhigal on IMDb

2016 Motocross des Nations

The 2016 Motocross des Nations is a motocross race to be held on 24 September and 25 September 2016 in Maggiora, Italy. The Motocross des Nations travels to Italy this year for the first time since 2009 and will visit the Maggiora track for the first time since 1986. France are the defending champions having won their third title, on home soil in 2015; the French Motorcycle Federation were the first to announce their team for this years event with Romain Febvre, Dylan Ferrandis and Gautier Paulin being chosen to represent their country. A few weeks Ferrandis broke his arm at the MXGP of Switzerland, his position in the squad will be taken by reserve Benoit Paturel. Australia were the next to be announced, with Motorcycling Australia putting up a team of domestic championship based riders. Team USA put forward a squad. Ryan Dungey ruled himself out because of injury problems and Eli Tomac decided not to compete; as a result of injury, Jeremy Martin ruled himself out. This left a squad of Alex Martin and Jason Anderson.

Start numbers are allocated based on the team finish from the previous year's edition. France are the reigning champions so they start with numbers 1, 2 and 3. Thailand withdrew from the event. Practice is run on a class by class basis. During Practice, Team Ireland rider Graeme Irwin and Team Iceland rider Ingvi Bjorn Birgisson were injured, they would take no further part in the event. Team Finland's Kim Savaste picked up an injury during practice, he will take no further part in the event. The Qualifying races are run on a class by class basis and are used to decide which nations qualify directly to the main final; each nation will be awarded points that correlate with their riders finishing position in the race, with the top 19 teams going to the Motocross of Nations main races. The remaining nations will go to the two smaller finals where they will have the chance to become the 20th team in the main finals. Only the best two scores count with their third being dropped. Team Ireland and Team Iceland only have two riders remaining, meaning both of their scores will count.

The points allocated for qualifying are not carried over to the finals

Lac la Plonge

Lac la Plonge is a glacial lake in Saskatchewan in the basin of the Beaver River near Lac Île-à-la-Crosse. It is located in the Boreal Forest near the Canadian Shield. Lac La Plonge on its north shore is accessed via Highway 165; the La Plonge River flows west from the north west section of the lake into the Beaver River at Beauval. The lake's fish species include walleye, yellow perch, northern pike, lake trout, lake whitefish, white sucker, longnose sucker and burbot. List of lakes in Saskatchewan Statistics Canada