Bass is a name shared by many species of fish. The term encompasses both freshwater and marine species, all belonging to the large order Perciformes, or perch-like fishes; the word bass comes from Middle English bars, meaning "perch". The black basses, such as the Choctaw bass, Guadalupe bass, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass belong to the sunfish family, Centrarchidae; the temperate basses, such as the European seabass, striped bass and white bass, belong to the family Moronidae. The Asian seabasses, such as the Japanese seabass and Blackfin seabass, belong to the family Lateolabracidae. Many species are known as basses, including: The Australian bass, Macquaria novemaculeata, is a member of the temperate perch family, Percichthyidae; the black sea bass, Centropristis striata, is a member of the sea bass and sea grouper family, Serranidae. The Chilean sea bass, Dissostichus eleginoides known as the Patagonian toothfish, is a member of the cod icefish family, Nototheniidae; the giant sea bass Stereolepis gigas known as the black sea bass, is a member of the wreckfish family, Polyprionidae.
The "lanternbellies" or "temperate ocean-basses", Acropomatidae. The "butterfly peacock bass", Cichla ocellaris, is a member of the cichlid family, Cichlidae and a prized game fish along with its relatives in the genus Cichla. Largemouth and spotted bass are the most popular game fish in North America, it is very popular in South Africa where the largemouth bass is found in lakes, rivers and dams. When fishing, lures or live bait will work. Lures that mimic baitfish, crayfish and mice are all effective. "Bass, the name of various trimly shaped, gamy fishes of both fresh and salt water". Encyclopedia Americana. 1920. All about the bass... no trouble
"He's Mine" is a song by R&B girl group MoKenStef released as the first single from their debut album Azz Izz. It was the group's biggest hit, peaking at No. 7 on the U. S. Billboard Hot 100 chart during the summer of 1995, it sold 600,000 copies and was certified gold by the RIAA. The song "Do Me, Baby" by Prince. A remix by Grand Puba features samples of Patrice Rushen's "Remind Me" and Doug E. Fresh & Slick Rick's "La Di Da Di." Two different music videos for the song were released. The original version was filmed and released in May 1995; the second version for the remix was filmed in September 1995 and released in November 1995. US CD single"He's Mine" "He's Mine" US CD maxi single"He's Mine" "He's Mine" "I Got Him All The Time" "It Goes On"
Udai Singh known by the sobriquet Mota Raja, was the Rathore ruler of Marwar, known as Jodhpur. After the death of his father Rao Maldeo on 7 November 1562 a fratricidal war for succession started and his younger brother Rao Chandra Sen crowned himself in the capital Jodhpur; however Chandrasen had no allies and all of his brothers and fellow rajput chieftains stood against him. Chandrasen was left isolated in the war with the Mughal empire. Akbar's army occupied Merta in the same year and the capital in 1564. After Chandrasens death in 1581, the Marwar kingdom was broken and given to several Rajput chieftains who had helped Mughals against Chandrasen; the Raja of Bikaner was made the governor of Marwar. Udai Singh gained the favour of the Emperor and was made the Raja of Marwar in 1583. Most of the core territories of Marwar were given back, while other districts were given to the rajas of Amber and Bikaner for their loyalty. Unlike his predecessors, Udai Singh joined in his service, he had his daughter Jagat Gosain married to the Mughal crown prince Jehangir.
He did not find the marriage to be degrading as Jehangir had Rajput blood in him from his mothers side. Historian Norman P. Ziegler relates two accounts of the death of Kalyandas Rathore; the version from the Rathore genealogy says Kalyandas took offence at Udai Singh giving his daughter, Jagat Gosain, to Jahangir in marriage, threatened to kill both men. According to Ziegler, if this is true, the most explanation for Kalyandas' opposition is that the marriage implied a subservience that violated the Rajput code of honor. In this version of events, when news of Kalyandas's threats reached Akbar, the emperor ordered Udai Singh to kill Kalyandas. Whatever the cause of the break between Kalyandas and the Mughals, he fled to fort Siwana. Udai Singh pursued him and captured the fort in 1589. Kalyandas died in the fighting. Udai Singh died in Lahore, Punjab on 10 July 1595, he was succeeded by his son Sur Singh. Marwar Sur Singh Jodhpur genealogy
The 1876–77 tour of Australia and New Zealand was at the time considered to be another professional first-class cricket tour of the colonies, as similar tours had occurred but retrospectively it became classified as the first Test cricket tour of Australia by the English cricket team. The English team is sometimes referred to as James Lillywhite's XI. In all, they played; the first match started at the Adelaide Oval on 16 November 1876 and the last at the same venue on 14 April 1877. There were fifteen matches in Australia and, between March, eight in New Zealand. A rival tour had been proposed by Fred Grace but was cancelled, enabling most of the best players of the Australian colonies to participate in two matches against James Lillywhite's side. Fred Spofforth regarded as the best Australian fast bowler, controversially withdrew from the first match in protest over the omission of Billy Murdoch as wicket-keeper. Starting on 15 March 1877 the two sides played two matches designated Test matches, the series was drawn 1-1.
For more details about the establishment of Test cricket, see the first Test tour: 1876/7. Although both matches have Test status, this series is not considered to be part of The Ashes, which began in 1882. Ted Pooley was a member of the English touring party, but had had to be left behind in New Zealand after he was charged with assault. Alfred Shaw bowled the first ball in Test cricket. Charles Bannerman faced the first ball in Test cricket. Charles Bannerman scored the first run in Test cricket. Ned Gregory took the first duck in Test cricket. Charles Bannerman scored the first century in Test cricket. Charles Bannerman scored 69.6% of his team's match runs, still a world record. Allen Hill took the first wicket in Test cricket. Allen Hill took the first catch in Test cricket. Billy Midwinter took the first five-wicket haul in Test cricket. Jack Blackham took the first catch by a wicket-keeper in Test cricket. Jack Blackham effected the first stumping in Test cricket. Alfred Shaw was the first Englishman to have taken a five-wicket haul in Test cricket.
Australia is the first team to have won a Test match. CricketArchive – tour itinerary. Retrieved 24 May 2014
Poussey Washington is a fictional character played by Samira Wiley on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black. She is a recurring character in the first two seasons and a main character during the third and fourth seasons. Wiley was first told about the auditions for Orange is the New Black by a friend from Juilliard, Marco Ramirez, a writer for the show. After she discovered that another Juilliard friend, Danielle Brooks, had won a role in the show, Wiley asked Brooks to rehearse lines with her to prepare for her audition for the role of Poussey Washington, the on-screen best friend of Brooks' character, Tasha "Taystee" Jefferson. Wiley's audition was successful. Orange Is the New Black. Wiley stated that she bartended while filming the first season because she didn't know if she would continue to work with the show, mentioning a previous show that she was listed as "recurring" and not being asked to return after the second episode. Poussey is first seen in the second episode, her character is not properly mentioned until the third episode.
She has been in prison for two years with four years to go. She is always shown with Tasha "Taystee" Jefferson, either supporting her or messing around together; when Taystee is granted release on parole, Poussey becomes upset and agitated when she doesn't speak to Taystee before her release. As Taystee is being released, Poussey tries to get her attention, her mother died during her second year in prison. Poussey is revealed to have a good heart; when Taystee is re-incarcerated due to a parole violation, Poussey becomes visibly annoyed, but they nonetheless resume their friendship. She is revealed to have a good singing voice in the Christmas play, where she sings a rendition of "Amazing Grace" with Taystee and Cindy "Black Cindy" Hayes during a Christmas performance, it is implied that Poussey is romantically in love with Taystee. This is explored throughout the season. Poussey is approached by Yvonne "Vee" Parker about selling her prison-made toilet hooch, Poussey rejects the idea as she prefers to share it with her friends.
Vee takes this as an insult and punishes Poussey over this perceived lack of loyalty and loss of potential business by exploiting her unreciprocated romantic feelings for Taystee to isolate her from the tribe, causing a rift in their relationship. Poussey is one of the few black inmates to whom Vee's manipulation tactics are immune to and she begins a campaign to fight Vee's influence and actions throughout the season. Vee uses Poussey's affection for Taystee against her, their beefs become violent, much so that at one point, Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren threatens and physically assaults her on Vee's non-verbal command, which causes Poussey deep emotional trauma. Poussey retaliates and causes irreparable damage to Vee's tobacco business by stomping on several tins of tobacco and pouring bleach on them. Realizing that she cannot be intimidated, Vee decides to mollify her by ejecting Taystee from her gang, which she takes out on Poussey, they make up after a final confrontation in the library.
In flashbacks during the season, some of Poussey's life overseas as a military brat while her father James a major in the United States Army stationed at United States Army Garrison Hohenfels, Germany is revealed. She was in a sexual relationship with Franziska, the daughter of her father's German superior officer Oberstleutnant Jürgen Mertensacker. Revealed to be homophobic, it is implied Jürgen used his influence to get Poussey's father reassigned outside of Germany shortly after he walked in on Poussey and his daughter having sex; the sudden reassignment devastates Poussey, after telling Franziska that their relationship was casual she admits to Jürgen that she loves her. When Jürgen confirms to Poussey that her feelings for his daughter are the reason her father is getting reassigned she attempts to kill him, but her father stops her from pulling a gun on him. Poussey becomes interested in the apparent spiritual teachings of Norma Romano. After her trouble with Vee and memories of her deceased mother, she becomes depressed and turns to alcohol.
She immerses herself in Suzanne's sci-fi erotica book. She comes to the conclusion that she feels the way she does because she is lonely, without a girlfriend. In the final episode of the season, Washington discovers Brook Soso in the library after an overdose on antidepressants. She, along with Suzanne, nurses Brook back to health. After the incident, Brook is accepted into Poussey's group of friends as one of their own. Brook and Poussey are seen holding hands and joking around on the beach behind Litchfield, implying a budding relationship. Poussey becomes overjoyed when her favorite celebrity chef, Judy King is sent to Litchfield to serve her sentence for tax fraud. Judy is assigned to Poussey's bunk in the ghetto, but Joe Caputo removes Judy to put her in a more private area due to orders from MCC to give her special treatment because of her celebrity status. Poussey gets star-struck around Judy, leaving her bemused with the impression she has an intellectual disabili
Saint Serf or Serbán is a saint of Scotland. Serf was venerated in western Fife, he is called the apostle of Orkney, with less historical plausibility. Saint Serf is connected with Saint Mungo's Church near Northumberland, his feast day is 1 July. David Hugh Farmer wrote that the legend of Serf is "a farrago of wild impossibilities" stating that Serf was the son of Eliud, King of Canaan, his wife Alphia, daughter of a King of Arabia. Childless for a long time, they at last had two sons: the second was Serf. Serf came to Rome, carrying with him such a reputation for sanctity that he was elected and served as Pope for seven years, he traveled to Britain after vacating the Holy See, returning to Scotland. There, he met Abbot of Iona, who showed him an island in Loch Leven. At the time, this island was part of the Pictish kingdom of Fib. Serf founded the eponymous St Serf's Inch Priory on the island, where he remained seven years; the priory was a community of Augustinian canons. It was founded from St. Andrews Cathedral Priory at the initiation of King David I of Scotland in 1150.
From the 15th century onwards the priory began to be referred to as "Portmoak". After more than four centuries of Augustinian monastic life, the Protestant king, James VI of Scotland, granted the priory to St Leonard's College, St Andrews. Today, there are only a small amount of remains left of the priory; the centre of his cult was Culross. At Dunning, in Strathearn, he is said to have slain a dragon with his pastoral staff. "Finally, after many miracles, after divine virtues, after founding many churches, having given his peace to the brethren, yielded up his spirit in his cell at Dunning, on the first day of the Kalends of July. Saint Serf is said to have been a contemporary of St. Mungo known as Saint Kentigern, though he could not have lived at the same time as both Adomnán and Mungo. A legend states that when the British princess Theneva became pregnant before marriage, her family threw her from a cliff, she survived the fall unharmed, was soon met by an unmanned boat. She knew she had no home to go to, so she boarded the boat.
Another legend states. The bird had been killed by some of his classmates. St. Serf is a common dedication for churches in Fife and Central Scotland; the name attaches to schools in the area. Kingdom of Fife Tourist Board Video footage of St Serf's at Dunning