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Attack of the Show!

Attack of the Show! is an American live television program that aired from 2005 until 2013, weeknights on G4, G4 Canada Fuel TV, HOW TO Channel, Maxxx. Episodes were hosted by Kevin Pereira, Kevin Rose, Olivia Munn, Zach Selwyn, Layla Kayleigh, Sarah Lane, Alison Haislip, Candace Bailey, Sara Underwood. Attack of the Show! Reviewed new technology, aired parodies, discussed pop culture and general news, gave previews of video games and digital media; the show premiered on March 2005 as a replacement for The Screen Savers. The show aired live five days a week. Fridays featured a "Mash Up"; the show returned to live shows five days a week in September 2008, but G4 announced as of March 2, 2009, Attack of the Show! would go to four days a week with a "best of" show running in the Friday time-slot. Attack of the Show! Aired its 1,000th episode on July 9, 2009. Attack of the Show! Upgraded to High Definition on April 5, 2010 to coincide with its first "Epic April" event of new premieres and stunts. Along with the addition of Candace Bailey, on January 11, 2011 Attack of the Show "respawned" with new graphics and a new set.

On October 26, 2012 G4 canceled Attack of the Show! due to low ratings, five months after Kevin Pereira canceled his contract. The series taped its final scenes on December 21, 2012, its final episode was broadcast January 23, 2013. On December 29, 2019, NBC's San Francisco-owned station KNTV aired a 30-minute special titled "Best of Attack of the Show" at 2:00am. While a slate at the top of the special said "This program aired on May 31, 2012," the special itself did not air on G4 that day, it contained various clips from episodes past this date. NBC.com put this special online, incorrectly citing that the special first aired on December 26, 2019 Host Kevin Rose left the G4 Network and AOTS on May 22, 2005. The show announced a search for a new host among the show's audience, for several months various candidates auditioned on the air. In the end none of the candidates were selected, although this was never announced on the air. Sarah Lane, a co-host and segment contributor became the show's official host alongside Kevin Pereira.

She continued in this capacity until April 6, 2006, when she and Brendan Moran announced their engagement and stated that they would be leaving the show. The Morans appeared on the show, via satellite, on July 2006, to talk about their adventures. Olivia Munn was hired to replace Lane and began hosting with Kevin Pereira on Monday, April 10, 2006. Zach Selwyn, the runner up on ESPN's Dream Job, was hired to replace Moran and started his hosting duties a week on April 17, 2006. Munn said at the 2010 Comic Con that she would not be leaving AOTS, though she only appeared on the show for the rest of that year, she was still featured in the opening credits and other AOTS set pieces and transitions until December 6, 2010. After the departure of Munn, AOTS featured several guest co-hosts including: Candace Bailey, Jessica Chobot, Alison Haislip, Carrie Keagan, Alessandra Torresani, Sara Underwood, Milynn Sarley and Morgan Webb. Bailey became the new co-host with Pereira on January 11, 2011. AOTS has featured Chris Hardwick, Chris Gore, Blair Herter in the occasional absence of Kevin Pereira.

In addition to the interim cohosts, Grace Helbig has filled in for Candace Bailey. On May 9, 2012, Kevin Pereira announced on-air that he was leaving AOTS to pursue work in television production, he stated, "I plan to turn my attention to full-time with my production company Super Creative and live touring nerd-carnival leetUP." His last day on AOTS was May 31. Beginning August 28, 2012, the show debuted a final new opening credit, with no reference to permanent or guest hosts. Kevin Pereira himself hosted the game show Let's Ask America since the September 17, 2012 series debut. On October 26, 2012 G4 announced that they would not renew AOTS at the end of the year, as part of an eventual rebranding of the channel itself. On January 23, 2013, Attack of the Show! Televised its final original episode on G4. After a brief montage of clips from AOTS history and final goodbyes from the show's hosts and staff, the series ended with former Screen Savers hosts Patrick Norton and Leo Laporte in a coffee shop, acting as if the entire run of AOTS had been a dream.

They don "rocket packs" and fly off to work in a skyscraper adorned with the old TechTV logo, as the Screen Savers theme plays one last time and the G4 Media copyright box appears in the bottom left corner of the screen. Afterwards, text came up on the screen against a gray background that read, "To our fans, our haters, the Internet, thanks for seven kick-ass years. TTYL, Attack of the Show," with the Attack of the Show theme playing at the end. On February 8, 2013, Attack of the Show! Aired for the final time as a scheduled program on G4, with the final original episode being re-aired; some of the video clips of the show can still be seen on YouTube though their YouTube account is no longer visible. The official Attack of the Show webpage, along with the rest of g4tv.com, is no longer online. Attack of the Show! Celebrated its 1,000th episode on July 9, 2009, starting at 7:00pm Eastern/6:00pm Central; the show ran for two hours, highlighting the segments and other memorable moments from the show's previous 999 episodes.

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Pedro Ribeiro (Brazilian footballer)

Pedro Nezio de Araújo Lopes Ribeiro is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Västerås SK in the Swedish Superettan. Ribeiro did not feature in Orlando's first MLS game on 8 March 2015, a 1–1 home draw against fellow newcomers New York City FC, his debut came five days away to the Houston Dynamo. Pedro scored in the 29th minute at Montreal and 89th minute at home against the Columbus Crew SC, both resulting in 2–2 draws. Ribeiro became a free agent on November 23, 2016. Ribeiro signed with United Soccer League side Harrisburg City Islanders on 14 April 2017. Following a season with USL side Fresno FC, Ribeiro joined Swedish Superettan side IK Frej on 18 January 2019. After one season with IK Freg, Ribeiro moved to Västerås SK on 29 November 2019, ahead of their 2020 season. Ribiero earned his U. S. green card in summer 2015. This status qualifies him as a domestic player for MLS roster purposes. Pedro Ribeiro at Major League Soccer Coastal Carolina profile Pedro Ribeiro at Soccerway

Robert M. White (meteorologist)

Robert Mayer White was an American meteorologist. He headed several national organizations, including the United States Weather Bureau, the Environmental Science Services Administration, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the National Academy of Engineering, he graduated from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and was a member of the French Legion of Honor. White was born in Boston and was an alumnus of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, holding degrees in geology and meteorology, he was the director of the United States Weather Bureau from 1963 to 1965, the first and only administrator of the Environmental Science Services Administration from 1965 to 1970, the first administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration from 1970 to 1977, president of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research from 1980 to 1983, president of the National Academy of Engineering from 1983 to 1995. He was the first chairman of the World Climate Conference in 1979.

He is a member of the French Legion of Honor, received the International Meteorological Organization Prize in 1980 and the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement in 1992. In 2014, he was honored by Congressman Frank R. Wolf for "groundbreaking contributions to the federal coordination of meteorology in the United States", he lived in Maryland. On October 14, 2015, he died of complications of dementia, his brother, Theodore H. White, was a historian

Charles de Noyelle

Rev. Charles de Noyelle, S. J. was a Belgian Jesuit priest, elected the twelfth Superior General of the Society of Jesus. After secondary studies at Mons and Ypres, Charles de Noyelle joined the Jesuits at the early age of fifteen. After following the usual spiritual training given to those newly entered into the Society, he did his Philosophy and Theology in Louvain, where he was ordained priest in 1644, he was destined to be professor of Theology. He had been Rector of the School of Kortrijk for three years when he was called to Rome as sub-secretary of the Society As soon as he was elected Superior General Giovanni Paolo Oliva appointed de Noyelle as his Assistant for the German provinces' affairs, he remained in that post for 20 years, being made Vicar General of the Society on several occasions too. At the General Congregation that followed the death of Father Oliva Charles de Noyelle was elected unanimously, at the first ballot, Superior General; this remains the only case of a Superior General being elected unanimously.

Just about the time of his election, the dispute between Louis XIV of France and Pope Innocent XI had culminated in the publication of the Déclaration du clergé de France. This placed the Society in a difficult position in France, as its attachment to the Universal Church and the Pope prevented the Jesuits to teach the Gallicanism of the Declaration, it required all the ingenuity and ability of the influential Father François de la Chaise and Father de Noyelle to prevent a break. The middle of the road position adopted by the Society dissatisfied Innocent XI with whom the Jesuits had otherwise good relations. More delicate was the question of the Chinese Rites. Reports of Jesuits ignoring or rejecting the papal decree forbidding the so-called Chinese rites reached the Congregation of the Propaganda Fide, resulted in ill will towards the Society; this article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Herbermann, Charles, ed.. "article name needed". Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton

Caesar Placing Cleopatra Back on the Throne of Egypt

Caesar Placing Cleopatra Back on the Throne of Egypt is an oil on canvas painting by Pietro da Cortona. No documents survive to date it, though current art historical consensus is that it was 1637, it was commissioned by Louis Phélypeaux, marquis de La Vrillière for his hôtel particulier in Paris - di Cortona painted Faustulus Entrusting Romulus and Remus to Laarentia and Augustus and the Tiburtine Sibyl for him. The work was deposited in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon, where it was deposited in 1811. Http://www.culture.gouv.fr/public/mistral/joconde_fr? ACTION=CHERCHER&FIELD_1=REF&VALUE_1=000PE030361

Oklahoma State University College of Education

The Oklahoma State University College of Education serves more than 3000 students within 29 graduate and undergraduate programs at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma as well as Tulsa, Oklahoma. The College of Education comprises three schools with diversity of students; the School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology cultivates the development and application of knowledge, theory and experiences to promote social, psychological and environmental health. SAHEP is composed of eight program areas: Athletic Training Counseling Psychology Counseling Educational Psychology Health Promotion Leisure Studies Physical Education School Psychology Elementary Education K-12 Education Occupational Education Studies Reading Education Secondary Education Special Education Curriculum Studies Elementary, Secondary, & K12 Education Occupational Education Studies Reading/Literacy Library Media Specialist Special Education Curriculum Studies Occupational Education Studies Professional Education Studies Social Foundations of Education The School of Educational Foundations and Aviation offers Advanced Degree in Aviation, Educational Leadership, Research Evaluation and Social Foundations.

The Aviation program offers bachelor's degrees in Professional Pilot and Aviation Management. Aviation and Space Education Educational Leader Research, Measurements & Statistics Social Foundations Educational Technology Official website 36.1215°N 97.0710°W / 36.1215.