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Artur Sérgio Batista de Souza

Artur Sérgio Batista de Souza, known as Artur, is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a left-back for Vorskla Poltava. Born in Abel Figueiredo, Pará, Artur began his career with Sport Club Internacional in Rio Grande do Sul, he had his first senior call-up on 16 October 2013, remaining an unused substitute in a goalless Campeonato Brasileiro Série A draw at Santos FC, made eight more appearances on the bench that season. On 5 June 2015, he made his professional debut, starting in a 1–1 draw at Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras in the year's national championship. Artur scored his first goal on 11 February 2016, to win a home match 2–1 against Esporte Clube Passo Fundo in the year's Campeonato Gaúcho. Artur Sérgio Batista de Souza at Soccerway

Fred Longden

Fred Longden was a British Labour Co-operative politician. Born and brought up in Ashton-under-Lyne and educated at elementary school, he began work aged 13 as a moulder-apprentice, joining the Moulders' Union in 1914. In the same year he was awarded a place at Oxford, he joined the Independent Labour Party and was elected to its National Council. In the First World War he became active in the Union of Democratic Control, was arrested for making a speech appealing for immediate peace negotiations. In 1916 he was offered the chance of exemption from military service on trade and health grounds, but preferred to take his stand as a conscientious objector. Refused exemption in that category, he was forcibly enlisted, sentenced to two years imprisonment for disobeying an order. Fred Longden was elected Member of Parliament for Birmingham Deritend, 1929-1931 and 1945-1950, in 1950 for Birmingham Small Heath, which he retained until his death in 1952 aged 58. Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs Who's Who Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Fred Longden

Villiers School

Villiers School is an independent coeducational Protestant day and boarding secondary school located on the North Circular Road, Ireland. Founded from the estate of Hannah Villiers in 1821, the school has a Protestant ethos and is managed by the Headmistress on behalf of the board of governors; the school relocated from Henry Street to its current location on the Tivoli campus on the North Circular Road less than one mile from Limerick city centre in 1953. Donald Clarke, film correspondent for The Irish Times Max Dennison, Oscar-nominated special-effects artist Daniel Ketchum, Olympic gold medalist at Athens, 2004 David J. Cowpar, author Aisling O'Loughlin, TV3 presenter Jan O'Sullivan, Irish Minister for Education and Skills Philip Owens, Los Angeles, California-based film editor Phoebe Prince John Ruddock, Founder member of the National Concert Hall Vere Wynne-Jones, RTÉ news and sports presenter Samuel Walsh, artist.

Cliff Park Ormiston Academy

Cliff Park Ormiston Academy is a coeducational secondary school with academy status, located in the Gorleston-on-Sea area of Great Yarmouth in the English county of Norfolk. The school educates children aged 11 to 16. A foundation school, Cliff Park High School was put into special measures in 2012 following an unsatisfactory Ofsted inspection report; the school exited special measures in 2013 and converted to academy status in January 2014, sponsored by the Ormiston Academies Trust. The most recent Ofsted inspection in September 2016 graded the academy as'Good'. In 2016, the academy's Progress 8 score for GCSE results was 0.37, above the average Progress 8 for schools in England. 58% of students achieved grades A*-C in GCSE English and Maths. The classical and pop musician, media personality and model Myleene Klass attended the school in the 1990s before becoming a member of the band Hear'Say. Gregg Lowe, actor in the X-Men films Cliff Park Ormiston Academy official website

List of people from La Junta, Colorado

This article is a list of notable individuals who were born in and/or have lived in La Junta, Colorado. William Charles Anderson, screenwriter J. F. Burshears, Koshare Indian Dancers founder James Erb, conductor, arranger Ken Kesey, essayist The Space Lady, singer-songwriter, musician Wendell Fertig, U. S. Army Colonel, World War II guerrilla leader Ambrosio Guillen, U. S. Marine Corps Staff Sergeant, Medal of Honor recipient Lewis Thornton Babcock, U. S. federal judge Linda Smith, U. S. Representative from Washington Judy Burges, Arizona state legislator C. A. Robins, 22nd Governor of Idaho Larry Elliott, coach Dustin Osborn, wide receiver Eugene Reusser, coach Tippy Martinez, pitcher Mike Oquist, pitcher Lane Frost, rodeo bull rider