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Bacillus (shape)

A bacillus or bacilliform bacterium is a rod-shaped bacterium or archaeon. Bacilli are found in many different taxonomic groups of bacteria. However, the name Bacillus capitalized and italicized, refers to a specific genus of bacteria; the name Bacilli, capitalized but not italicized, can refer to a less specific taxonomic group of bacteria that includes two orders, one of which contains the genus Bacillus. When the word is formatted with lowercase and not italicized,'bacillus', it will most be referring to shape and not to the genus at all. Bacilliform bacteria are often called rods when the bacteriologic context is clear. Sea Bacilli divide in the same plane and are solitary, but can combine to form diplobacilli and palisades. Diplobacilli: Two bacilli arranged side by side with each other. Streptobacilli: Bacilli arranged in chains. Coccobacillus: Oval and similar to coccus. There is no connection between its color in the Gram staining. MacConkey agar can be used to distinguish among Gram negative bacilli such as E. coli and salmonella.

Actinomyces Bacillus Clostridium Corynebacterium Listeria Propionibacterium Bacteroides Citrobacter Enterobacter Escherichia Klebsiella Pseudomonas Proteus Salmonella Serratia Shigella Vibrio Yersinia

Malaparte (theater company)

Malaparte was an American non-profit theater company based in New York City, New York. While driving cross-country in 1991, actors Josh Hamilton and Ethan Hawke and playwright Jonathan Marc Sherman decided to form a theater company. Actors Robert Sean Leonard, Frank Whaley, Steve Zahn joined the fledgling enterprise, which Hawke named after an obscure novel. Leonard explained, "We would be sitting around New York a lot, we bowled a lot, we thought,'When we're not doing anything, why don't we see if we can put some new plays on?'"Malaparte's first production was a new translation of Luigi Pirandello's 1918 play A Joke starring Hamilton, Sherman, Cynthia Nixon, Austin Pendleton, which ran from October 9–31, 1992. The company operated for three seasons in the 1990s as the members juggled television work. Shows were performed in rented venues with a flat $10 ticket price. In 1992, Jason Blum joined Malaparte as producing director and hawked fliers in Times Square, shouting, "Don't go see some Broadway show!

Come see a new play by an American playwright!" The New Yorker critic Hilton Als wrote that the Malaparte collective "brought a new take on male anxiety to the American theatre, was not embarrassed by its love of women, or its romanticism."Malaparte dissolved in 2000, in part because the members wanted to devote more time to their children. In 2005, Hawke referred to the company's heyday as "pretty much the most thrilling period of my life"

Disco Love

"Disco Love" is a song recorded by British-Irish girl group The Saturdays from their fourth studio album, Living for the Weekend. Written and produced by Icelandic producers StopWaitGo, it was released on 4 October 2013 as the fourth single from the album; the song peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart with first week sales of 51,690 copies. "Disco Love" has a notable disco theme, as do its B-sides "Love Come Down" and "On the Radio", which were recorded and released by Evelyn King and Donna Summer respectively. Summer is given recognition and attention in the song's lyrics: "It's never winter when it's Donna Summer all year long"; the song gives notice to Britney Spears' 1998 debut single, "... Baby One More Time"; the group announced the release of "Disco Love" on 26 July 2013 on their official Facebook account, announcing, "Team Sats! We're having a blast shooting the video for our next single'Disco Love'! Can't wait for you guys to hear it! #SatsDiscoLove" Robert Copsey of Digital Spy described the single as "light'n' fluffy electropop so sugary it'll rot your teeth in an instant, while the chorus has the kind of ear-snagging hooks that dig deep."

While giving the single four out of five stars, they compared the single to the group's previous material, citing, "Don't get us wrong, we enjoyed their recent foray into US-friendly pop, but we'll always prefer The Saturdays when they're at their most gaudy and glittery." Sam Lansky from Idolator called the song "a beacon of lighthouse illuminating the darkness of the charts!" He described it as "instantaneous and propulsive, the shot of adrenaline that they needed." The accompanying video was filmed in July 2013 around Blackheath Common. It premiered on The Saturdays' Vevo channel at midnight on 25 August 2013; the video follows The Saturdays as they journey to three years, each a decade apart: 1979, 1989 and 1999 - by dressing up in appropriately themed outfits and performing the track in three different settings: the countryside, a rollerskating rink and a skatepark. The group performed the single for the first time on ITV's Stepping Out on 21 September 2013. During the song's release week, the group performed on Sunday Brunch and Surprise Surprise on 6 October, Daybreak on 7 October and This Morning on 9 October.

The following week, in promotion for Living for the Weekend, the group scheduled as performance at G-A-Y Heaven in London on 12 October and an appearance on The Alan Titchmarsh Show on 16 October. The group performed the single on The Paul O'Grady Show. Due to her pregnancy, Frankie Sandford was confirmed to be absent from the group's live performances of the single, she was reported to have "made no secret that she was gutted to be taking a step back from the band so soon and can't wait to get back to work". Disco Love – CD Single "Disco Love" – 3:14 "Love Come Down" – 3:32 "On the Radio" – 3:51 "Disco Love" – 3:53Disco Love – Digital Single "Disco Love" – 3:14Disco Love – EP "Disco Love" – 3:21 "Love Come Down" – 3:32 "On the Radio" – 3:51 "Disco Love" – 3:53Disco Love – Single "Disco Love" – 5:43 "Disco Love" – 6:06 "Disco Love" – 5:11Disco Love – Single "Disco Love" – 3:14