Beni Suef

Beni Suef, is the capital city of the Beni Suef Governorate in Egypt. Beni Suef is the capital of the governorate of the same name in Egypt, located to the south of Greater Cairo in the Nile Valley, it is of agricultural importance. The total area of the governorate is 1,0954 square kilometers, it is divided into six governorates, it is bordered to the north by Giza governorate and Helwan, to the northeast by Suez, to the east by the Red Sea governorate, to the west by Fayoum governorate, to the south by Minya governorate. This region connects the north of Egypt to the south, the east to the west, this identity of centrality has formed the population and economic characters of the region; the geographical proximity to vital governorates such as Cairo and Giza is significant, the governorates of the Red Sea, Suez and Ismailia tourist areas all act as markets for the industrial products made in Beni Suef. On March 15, during the 1919 revolution by the Egyptians led by Saad Zaghloul, locals of the city cut nearby railway lines, resulting in the deaths of a few British soldiers.

The city annually holds March 15 as a great honor to its citizens. Beni Suef is a historical site occupied during all eras of Egyptian history; the Medom pyramid - the second-oldest pyramid was built here by "King Hony", the last king of the third family. Construction was completed by his son King Senefro, the first king of the fourth family and the father of King Khufu. Other archaeological treasures of the province include the Bani Grand Pyramid, the Coptic monuments of the churches and monasteries, including the monastery of Anaboloa, the monastery of St. Anthony in the center of Nasser and the church of the Virgin Mary in the village of Bayad al-Arab, east of the Nile, and the Monastery of Mary Ger A small village in the bosom of the eastern mountain on the east bank of the Nile towards the city of Beni Suef was found on a small tomb by a mummy of a little girl. A full manuscript was found under her head in the Coptic font on the skin of a deer. Coptic is located. Beni Suef has a hot desert climate in Köppen-Geiger classification.

It has hot summers and warm winters with cool nights. A train accident in 1995 near Beni Suef left 75 people dead; the Beni Suef Cultural Palace Fire, on September 2005, killed 46 people. Berlenti Abdul Hamid, actress Telephonat Beni Suef football team has been promoted for the first time in the Egyptian Premier League for the 2011/2012 season. Sannur Cave national park Bishop Athanasius List of cities and towns in Egypt Falling Rain Genomics, Inc. - Beni Suef, Egypt

Kamen Rider W Returns

Kamen Rider W Returns is a set of two V-Cinema releases that serve as spin-offs of characters from the Kamen Rider W television series and films. These films focus on the characters of Ryu Terui as Kamen Rider Accel and Katsumi Daido as Kamen Rider Eternal; the series' main protagonists Shotaro Hidari and Akiko Narumi are featured in each film. Koichi Sakamoto directs both films, with Keiichi Hasegawa writing the Accel portion and Riku Sanjo writing the Eternal portion. Kamen Rider Accel was dedicated to the memory of Minoru Tanaka, who portrayed Hiroshi Sagami within the film. Kamen Rider Accel, released on April 21, 2011, is a story set after the events of Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core. While settling into married life with Akiko, Ryu Terui is brought onto a case with Captain Hiroshi Sagami and Inspector Yukihiro Ohno involving a woman named Aoi Katsuragi, a member of a pickpocketing ring with most of her teammates murdered. Though she escapes from the police, Ryu captures her before they are ambushed by Kamen Soldiers with Jinno covering their escape.

However and Aoi are confronted by the Commander Dopant, a police officer who murdered Aoi's father. Placing a bomb on Aoi and shooting Jinno with Ryu's gun, the Commander Dopant forces Ryu to help the girl obtain an item she stole some time ago. By while with Shotaro and Philip at the Shirogane restaurant as she frets about her relationship to Ryu, Akiko freaks out upon hearing the news of her husband on the run for attempted murder and under the idea that he is having an affair. Tracking down the last surviving pickpocket, Masaru and Aoi learn the item in now held by the pickpocketing ring's leader. Arriving at the den of thieves, while defending Aoi's honor, Ryu takes down the boss's thugs before the item is revealed as the Gaia Memory Enhancing Adapter as Ryu stops the crime boss from using it on his Unicorn Memory. With forty-eight minutes left, telling her that she can change if she has a pillar of support to call her own and Aoi arrive to the meeting place. However, Ohno arrives and attempts to arrest Ryu before Sagami arrives and spirits Aoi off as she tells Ryu that he's the Commander Dopant and not Ohno as he suspected.

With Akiko muscling her way in for the ride, arguing with her husband along the way, Ryu uses a bus to catch up to the Commander Dopant before Akiko causes a car crash and runs out on Ryu. Ryu confronts Commander Dopant, only to learn that Sagami is in the same mind-set he was when driven by revenge on Isaka; as the Commander Dopant offers Ryu to work for him, thanks to Lily covering their escape from Ohno's men and Philip arrive and become Kamen Rider Double to hold off the Kamen Soldiers while Ryu becomes Kamen Rider Accel. Chasing after the Commander Dopant, Accel uses the Trial Memory to destroy the Dopant's command gauntlet and disarm the bomb on Aoi. However, the Commander Dopant uses the Gaia Memory Enhancing Adapter to enhance his power and overwhelm Accel Trial, canceling his transformation. Deciding to remind Ryu of the pain he felt when he lost his family, the Commander Dopant goes after Akiko. Leaving Aoi to save Akiko and confront the psychopath, Ryu refuses to follow Sagami's path while saying it was Akiko who taught him to break free from the cycle of hate.

Assuming his Upgraded Commander Dopant form, Sagami sends Akiko falling to her death with Accel unable to reach her. However Aoi is able to sneak up behind him unaware and snatches the Gaia Memory Enhancing Adapter from the Upgraded Commander Dopant, throwing it to Accel; the Gaia Memory Enhancing Adapter allows him to transform into Kamen Rider Accel Booster and save Akiko before defeating the Commander Dopant. As Aoi turns herself in, with Ohno wanting to help her start a new life for herself and Akiko begin their relationship anew. Kamen Rider Eternal, released on July 21, 2011, is a flashback story set after the events of Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate; this film had featured several actors who had worked for Super Sentai. After taking out a Sweets Dopant, Kamen Rider Double encounters a strange woman who tries to kill the two-as-one Kamen Rider with her psychic powers to avenge Katsumi Daido, the man who destroyed Futo. Assuming LunaMetal to restrain her and Philip demand answers on why she would avenge the death of a terrorist.

However, upon revealing a harmonica, his, the psychic reveals that Daido was a hero before his attack on the city. She proceeds to tell the story of Katsumi Daido; the scene flashes back to Daido's death and conversion by his mother Maria Daido into the first undead Necro-Over, or NEVER. However, after passing every inhumane experimentation, Daido learns that NEVER Project was rejected by Foundation X in favor of the Museum's Gaia Memories, due to the Memories' ease of production and diversity in abilities, he responds to the Foundation's messengers by telling them. Sometime Daido and his fellow NEVER mercenaries - expert marksman Ken Ashihara, former Yakuza subordinate Kyosui Izumi and strongman Gozo Domoto - revive Reika Hanehara, a serial criminal, gunned down escaping from prison, as the newest member of NEVER. Daido leads his group of six to a Southeast Asian country only known as "S" to take out the leader of a terrorist cell located there. However, NEVER finds the terrorist leader murdered by the psychic as she overwhelms the undead supersoldiers with her powers.

Daido takes the psychic down after the use

Coquette (song)

"Coquette" is a 1928 fox trot jazz standard. It was composed with lyrics by Gus Kahn. Guy Lombardo had great success with the song in 1928. Cockeyed Cavaliers Guy Lombardo & his Royal Canadians recorded on March 21, 1928, released on Columbia 1345-D. Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra (recorded on March 2, 1928, released on Victor 21301; the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra recorded on March 14, 1928 and released on Okeh 41007 Rudy Vallée & His Connecticut Yankees - recorded February 7, 1929 and released on Victor 21880. The Ink Spots - recorded August 17, 1939 and released on Decca 3077. Louis Armstrong - recorded April 17, 1942 and released on Decca 4327. Django Reinhardt with Stéphane Grappelli Frankie Laine Billy Eckstine recorded for MGM Records in 1953 and released on MGM 11439; this version reached the Billboard charts at No. 26. The Hi-Lo's included in the Rosemary Clooney album Ring Around Rosie Johnnie Ray for his live album Johnnie Ray In Las Vegas Fats Domino 1958 and on the 1961 What A Party! Album Russell Garcia & his Orchestra, starring Ted Nash on alto, piccolo, tenor.

Dinah Washington for her album Dinah'62 Nat King Cole included in the album L-O-V-E Bing Crosby on the 1965 album Bing Crosby's Treasury - The Songs I Love Paul McCartney included in the album Run Devil Run List of jazz standards