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Bartender

A bartender is a person who formulates and serves alcoholic or soft drink beverages behind the bar in a licensed establishment. Bartenders usually maintain the supplies and inventory for the bar. A bartender can mix classic cocktails such as a Cosmopolitan, Old Fashioned, Mojito. Bartenders are usually responsible for confirming that customers meet the legal drinking age requirements before serving them alcoholic beverages. In certain countries, such as Canada, the United Kingdom, Sweden, bartenders are required to refuse more alcohol to drunk customers. Bartending was a profession with a low reputation, it was perceived through the lens of ethical issues and various legal constraints related to the serving of alcohol. The pioneers of bartending as a serious profession appeared in the 19th century. "Professor" Jerry Thomas established the image of the bartender as a creative professional. Harry Johnson established the first bar management consulting agency. At the turn of the 20th century less than half the bartenders in London were women, such as Ada Coleman.

"Barmaids", as they were called, were the daughters of tradesmen or mechanics or young women from the "better-born" classes, "thrown upon their own resources" and needed an income. The bartending profession was a second occupation, used as transitional work for students to gain customer experience or to save money for university fees; the reason for this is because bartenders in tipping countries such as Canada and the United States, can make significant money from their tips. This view of bartending as a career is changing around the world and bartending has become a profession by choice rather than necessity, it includes specialized education — European Bartender School operates in 23 countries. Cocktail competitions such as World Class and Bacardi Legacy have recognised talented bartenders in the past decade and these bartenders, others, spread the love of cocktails and hospitality throughout the world. Kathy Sullivan owner of Sidecar Bartending expressed the difficulties with becoming a prolific bartender, comparing you to the drink you make: “In drinks you want balance.

And you have to be balanced physically and mentally.” In the United Kingdom, bar work is not regarded as a long-term profession, but more as a second occupation, or transitional work for students to gain customer experience or to save money for university fees. As such, it therefore has a high turnover; the high turnover of staff due to low wages and poor employee benefits results in a shortage of skilled bartenders. Whereas a career bartender would know drink recipes, serving techniques, alcohol contents, correct gas mixes and licensing law and would have cordial relations with regular customers, short-term staff may lack these skills; some pubs prefer experienced staff, although pub chains tend to accept inexperienced staff and provide training. Tipping bartenders in the United Kingdom is uncommon, not considered mandatory but is appreciated by the bartender; the appropriate way to tip a bartender in the UK is to say'have one for yourself', encouraging the bartender to buy themselves a drink with one's money, where a bartender may instead opt to add a modest amount to a bill to take in cash at the end of their shift.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics data on occupations in the United States, including that of bartender, publishes a detailed description of the bartender's typical duties and employment and earning statistics by those so employed, with 55% of a bartender's take-home pay coming in the form of tips. The hourly wage a bartender receives can vary depending on the state; the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, the laws of most states, allow employers a tip credit, which counts employees tips toward minimum wage. As of January 1, 2019, the federal minimum wage rate is $7.25/hour. Bartenders in the United States may work in a large variety of bars; these include hotel bars, restaurant bars, sports bars, gay bars, piano bars, dive bars. Growing in popularity is the portable bar, which can be moved to different venues and special events. Bartenders may learn while on the job. Bartenders in the United States have on-the-job training, from the owners, management, or other superior stuff with experience. Prospective bartenders may gain experience by working as wait staff in a restaurant with a bar.

Some vocational schools offer. Some US states require a health certificate issued from the state. Most pubs and bars seek to recruit personable individuals as bartenders. All bartenders must comply in the United States. All bartenders in the United States should be knowledgeable in mixing and serving drinks with a positive attitude and excellent communication skills; the competition for jobs is high in this field of work. Bar-back, or runner, a bartender's assistant Hospitality List of bartenders List of public house topics List of restaurant terminology Tavern Vintner Media related to Bartenders at Wikimedia Commons

Toshikazu Kato

Toshikazu Kato is a former Japanese football player. Kato was born in Hiroshima Prefecture on May 28, 1981. After graduating from high school, he joined J1 League club Avispa Fukuoka in 2000; however he could not play at all in the match until 2001 and the club was relegated to J2 League from 2002. On August 1, 2002, he debuted as substitute center back from the 83rd minute against Kawasaki Frontale, he played several matches after the debut, he could hardly play in the match until 2003. In 2004, he moved to newly was promoted to Thespa Kusatsu, he played many matches and the club was promoted to J2 end of 2004 season. In 2005, he played many matches. In 2006, he moved to Regional Leagues club V-Varen Nagasaki, he played many matches and the club was promoted to JFL from 2009. He played as regular player until 2010. In 2011, he moved to Regional Leagues club Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Nagasaki, he retired end of 2014 season. Toshikazu Kato at J. League

Voice Over! Seiyu Academy

Voice Over! Seiyu Academy is a shōjo manga series by Maki Minami; the series started serialization in the 14th issue of the biweekly manga magazine Hana to Yume on June 20, 2009. In order to present the voice acting business in the manga, the company 81 Produce and the professional Tokyo Animation Institute were involved in references and research. Hime Kino is a 15-year-old girl who attends Hiiragi High School Academy, one of the top schools in the nation, for its voice acting department. Hime's biggest dream is to one day become the voice of a main character in one of the most popular shōjo manga series in Japan, "Mahou Senshi Lovely Blazers"; this is difficult to achieve, however, as her voice is not suitable as a professional voice actress, resembling that of a gorilla, thug or an old hag. Hime Kino Voiced by: Yuu Asakawa Hime is the protagonist of the story. Since her encounter with the talented voice actress Sakura Aoyama as a child, she has aimed for the goal of being a voice actress herself.

She is energetic and determined, but lacks great talent in the subject she wants to perfect the most: voice acting. However, the head teacher of the department saw great hidden talent within her and allowed her to enter the voice acting department despite her underdeveloped voice acting talents. Whenever she introduces herself and attempts to make a cute, girly voice, it turns out to be a thick, middle-aged man voice. Thus, she earns the nickname "Gori-Hime" among her classmates. However, during the 2nd-year vs. bottom 4 dropouts Snow White showdown, Hime portrays an alluring voice for the prince in Snow White, gaining the attention of not only Senri Kudou, but the popular Producer of Idol Unit AQUA named Haruka Yamada. On when she is recruited by Producer Yamada, he decides to debut her as a male voice actor. Thus, she leads a double-life under the name Shiro, she belongs to GGC Productions. After realising that she is in love with Kudou Senri,Mizuki confess to her. At the end of the series, it is presumed that she is now the voice actress of Lovely Blazer and is married to Kudou Senri.

It is seen that she is encouraging a little girl named Miu like how Sakura Aoyama encouraged her in the past. Senri Kudou Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita Senri is a first-year student in the Hiiragi Academy's voice acting department and the son of Sakura Aoyama, the actress whom Hime admires, he is a professional voice actor in the voice acting industry, despite only being 15 years old. He is a good singer, good-looking, has astounding grades, he shows a cold-hearted attitude toward Hime once he finds out she admires his mother and chooses to ignore her since she doesn't interest him in the least. However, when she portrays the prince's role in Snow White, he helps her out when nobody else is available, he tries to help her practice her cute voice, but is too distracted by her smile. Though he portrays a cold exterior, he has a soft spot for small animals. For some reason, this sometimes allows him to soften up around when he associates Hime with a cat, he is active in the anime Lesson Detour. It seems that he has a close relationship with Shiro, Hime.

He falls in love with Hime on in the series. At the end of the series, it is presumed that he is now the director of Lovely Blazer and is married to Hime. Mizuki Haruyama Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama Mizuki Haruyama is a 2nd-year in Hiiragi Academy's acting department and, along with Shuuma, is one of the Idol Unit AQUA and mediated the Snow White showdown. He's gentle-hearted, with a mysterious, more sinister side due to his painful past; when Mizuki was 10 he became friends with a girl named Sana, known for failing at everything. When she entered Junior High she decided to become an actor at the same time Mizuki entered the entertainment business. Due to her lack of success Sana gave up on her dream; this hurt Mizuki who blamed himself for'abandoning' Sana, who'd made her dream his own. Since they drifted apart, causing Mizuki to lose one of his only true friends. Hime is the first person in a long time that he's shown interest in becoming friends with as she resembles Sana; as of Mizuki has begun to question himself about his feelings towards Hime.

He shows jealousy whenever Hime and Senri are together going so far as to make sure Hime doesn't get near him. As of chapter 52, he realized that he is in love with Hime, he belongs with GGC Production and one of the twothat was informed by Director Yamada that Hime is Shiro to help her in her further work. At the near end, he says he needs to work harder and become more mature so that Hime might come to fall in love with him later. Tsukino Todoroki Voiced by: Mako Tsukino is a first-year student in the voice acting department, she is one of the bottom 4 dropouts because her voice is too soft. She feels insecure about her soft voice, but takes a deep liking to Hime when she compliments her soft voice. Tsukino is involved with the black arts and has been known for cursing others Mitchi. At the end of the series, she is seen becoming an Idol Voice Actress. Shou Takayanagi Voiced by: Junji Majima Shou is a first-year student in the voice acing department, he is one of the bottom 4 dropouts due to his violent temper and inability to read kanji without furigana attached to them.

His loyalty to his friends is strong and he promises Hime and the others that if anyone messes

Streptomyces platensis

Streptomyces platensis is a bacterium species from the genus of Streptomyces, isolated from soil. Streptomyces platensis produces oxytetracycline, migrastatin, platencin, dorrigocin A, dorrigocin B and terramycine. Smanski, MJ. "Platensimycin and platencin biosynthesis in Streptomyces platensis, showcasing discovery and characterization of novel bacterial diterpene synthases". Methods in Enzymology. 515: 163–86. Doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-394290-6.00008-2. PMID 22999174. Peterson, RM. "Mechanisms of self-resistance in the platensimycin- and platencin-producing Streptomyces platensis MA7327 and MA7339 strains". Chemistry & Biology. 21: 389–97. Doi:10.1016/j.chembiol.2014.01.005. PMC 3966621. PMID 24560608. Ju, J. "Iso-migrastatin congeners from Streptomyces platensis and generation of a glutarimide polyketide library featuring the dorrigocin, migrastatin, NK30424 scaffolds". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 127: 11930–1. Doi:10.1021/ja053118u. PMID 16117518. Smanski, M. J.. "Engineered Streptomyces platensis Strains That Overproduce Antibiotics Platensimycin and Platencin".

Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 53: 1299–1304. Doi:10.1128/AAC.01358-08. PMC 2663125. PMID 19164156. Buss, edited by Antony D.. Natural product chemistry for drug discovery. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry. ISBN 0-85404-193-1. CS1 maint: extra text: authors list Hopwood, volume editor, David A.. Natural product biosynthesis by plants. Amsterdam, Netherland: Elsevier/Academic Press. ISBN 0-12-394627-1. List of Streptomyces species Type strain of Streptomyces platensis at BacDive - the Bacterial Diversity Metadatabase

Baron Cullen of Ashbourne

Baron Cullen of Ashbourne, of Roehampton in the County of Surrey, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 21 April 1920 for Sir Brien Cokayne, Governor of the Bank of England from 1918 to 1920; as of 2017 the title is held by his grandson, the fourth Baron, who succeeded his uncle in 2016. The first Baron was the son of George Cokayne, Clarenceux King of Arms and editor of the first edition of The Complete Peerage, son of the Hon. Mary Anne Cokayne, granddaughter of Charles Cokayne, 5th Viscount Cullen. Brien Ibrican Cokayne, 1st Baron Cullen of Ashbourne Charles Borlase Marsham Cokayne, 2nd Baron Cullen of Ashbourne Edmund Willoughby Marsham Cokayne, 3rd Baron Cullen of Ashbourne Michael John Cokayne, 4th Baron Cullen of Ashbourne There is no heir to the title. Viscount Cullen Kidd, Williamson, David. Debrett's Baronetage. New York: St Martin's Press, 1990, Leigh Rayment's Peerage Pages Specific

Nevada State Route 396

State Route 396 is a state highway in Pershing County, Nevada serving the city of Lovelock. The highway forms a portion of Interstate 80 Business within the city of Lovelock, carried the alignment of former U. S. Route 40 and U. S. Route 95. SR 396 begins at the West Lovelock interchange with Interstate 80 and U. S. Route 95; the route follows Cornell Avenue north into the center of the town. The highway crosses Main Street and continues along Cornell Avenue to its end at a five-point intersection with 14th Street, Airport Road and Upper Valley Road near the Lovelock city limits. Here, State Route 396 turns to follow Upper Valley Road; as the route heads northeast out of Lovelock, the surroundings become more rural in nature with open farmland on both sides of the highway. The highway parallels the Union Pacific railroad tracks for some distance. SR 396 turns east to intersect I-80 again at the Coal Canyon interchange, where the route terminates; the Cornell Avenue portion of State Route 396 carries a portion of Lovelock's Interstate 80 Business Loop.

The business route diverges from SR 396 at 14th Street, following Airport Road back to I-80. SR 396 was part of State Route 1; that route, designated with the passage of Nevada's first highway law in 1917, created a highway route across northern Nevada from California to Utah which passed through Lovelock. With the adoption of the U. S. Highway System in 1926, US 40 was added concurrently with SR 1. With the advent of the Interstate Highway system, Interstate 80 replaced US 40 across northern Nevada and was removed from Lovelock by 1976. Around this time, the Nevada Department of Transportation was beginning to renumber its highways, eliminating the State Route 1 designation and redesignating the Lovelock portion on Cornell Avenue and Upper Valley Road as State Route 396. Though the cross-state designations of US 40 and SR 1 had been eliminated by the mid-1970s, construction of the Interstate 80 freeway in Lovelock was not started until 1981, so through traffic continued to use SR 396 in the city.

The entire route is in Pershing County. United States portal U. S. Roads portal