Archducal hat of Joseph II

The archducal hat of Joseph II is an imperial insignia of Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor. The Habsburg dynasty used the archducal hat on several occasions, such as the homage paid by the estates. Since the 16th century, it was worn as a sign of their rank as archdukes of Austria in the procession prior to the Imperial coronation at Frankfurt am Main. Since the custodians of the archducal hat at Klosterneuburg Monastery refused to allow the archducal hat to be used by Joseph II for the procession preceding his coronation at Frankfurt am Main in 1764, a new archducal coronet had to be created; this new coronet didn't follow the pattern of the hat in Klosterneuburg. It consisted of a golden eastern coronet with precious stones. A flat velvet cap encircled by ermine was included. Having only one arch, it resembled the original archducal coronet introduced by Rudolph IV of Austria. At the center of the arch, it is surmounted by a cross. After the coronation, the coronet became obsolete; the jewels and pearls were used for other purposes.

Its frame, however and can be seen in the Secular Treasury of the Hofburg in Vienna. Its original state can be seen in a contemporary painting of Joseph II

Citylink Coach Services

Citylink Coach Services Inc. is an intercity bus company in the Philippines operated under First Oceanic Property Management Inc. an affiliate company of Megaworld Corporation. It plies routes from Eastwood City, in Libis, Quezon City to Newport City, in Villamor Air Base, Pasay via C-5 Road, making the first bus company to traverse along the said road; this company offers shuttle services only for those who are working to the companies operated under Megaworld Corporation. Like Bonifacio Transport Corp. this bus company is one of the authorized non-EDSA Metro Manila buses in the National Capital Region that traverses from one business district to another. Citylink Coach Services Inc. was established through its investment of P100 million by the First Oceanic Property Management, Inc. an affiliate company of Megaworld Corporation. The route Eastwood City-Newport City via C-5 Road was approved by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board, a government agency under Department of Transportation and Communications last March 6, 2008 and the company operates using five buses—1 Hino, 1 Higer, 3 King Long units.

The buses were increased to 15 and were used as shuttle service when Citylink has been invested by First Oceanic to boost the need for the employees working in the companies under Megaworld Corporation, its subsidiaries, many multinational companies occupying at the business districts like Eastwood City, Newport City, Bonifacio Global City, McKinley Hill, Ayala Center. Citylink utilizes Hino, King Long and Daewoo units, preferably air-conditioned, totalling about 20 buses. Five of those first units were used for city operation, while the rest are used as shuttle services going to Ayala Center in Makati, McKinley Hill and Bonifacio Global City in Taguig, Eastwood City in Libis, Quezon City. Citylink, like PVP Liner, follows the schedules of arrivals. Both buses do not have trips on Sundays. From Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 to Eastwood City, trips are from Monday to Saturday, 6AM - 8AM, from Monday-Friday, 4PM - 7PM; every Saturday, only one unit will have a departure time at 4PM.

From Eastwood City to Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3, trips are from Monday to Saturday, 6AM - 9AM, from Monday-Friday, 5PM - 7:30PM. Every Saturday, only one unit will have a departure time at 5PM. Eastwood City, Quezon City - Newport City, Pasay via C-5 Road East Service Road EDSA Magallanes Makati - McKinley Hill, Taguig via Bonifacio Global City, Chino Roces Avenue List of bus companies of the Philippines

Walk Away (Alanis Morissette song)

"Walk Away" is a pop-dance and freestyle song co-written by Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe, Louise Reny and Frank Levin, produced by Howe for Morissette's debut album, Alanis. Its protagonist sends a warning to her boyfriend who "never think twice before break all the rules", telling him "I'll walk away and say good bye if you don't want me anymore... if I don't get the love we had before". It was released to radio and television as the album's second single in 1991, but it was not given a commercial release; the promotional single for the song includes a radio edit only. The song charted at number 35 in Canada, it was featured in the film Problem Child 2. "Walk Away" was one of the demo recordings Leslie Howe and Morissette created with keyboardist Serge Côté in the studio, after Howe and her entertainment manager Stephan Klovan had decided to try to secure a record contract for her. Howe and Klovan funded an expensive promotional video for the song, filmed in Paris, France. In 1988 Howe sent the video to Alexander, impressed by it and subsequently helped secure publishing and record deals for Morissette.

The single's video features Matt LeBlanc as Morissette's boyfriend who arrives late for a date with her, it includes scenes in which Morissette dances. Produced and mixed by Leslie Howe for Ghetto Records Keyboards by Serge Côté Drum programming and additional keyboards by Leslie "Bud" Howe All vocals by Alanis Morissette Recorded at Distortion Studios in Ottawa, Canada "Alanis Morissette Discography - Walk Away". GeoCities: alanisdisco. Retrieved August 20, 2006. "Early Releases". Vip portal. Retrieved August 20, 2006. Unknown. In Alanis. Canada: MCA Records. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics