The Bishop of Winchester is the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Winchester in the Church of England. The bishop's seat is at Winchester Cathedral in Hampshire. During the Middle Ages, it was one of the wealthiest English sees, its bishops have included a number of politically prominent Englishmen, notably the 9th century Saint Swithun and medieval magnates including William of Wykeham and Henry of Blois; the Bishop of Winchester is appointed by the Crown, is one of five Church of England bishops who sit ex officio among the 26 Lords Spiritual in the House of Lords, regardless of their length of service. The Diocese of Winchester is one of the most important in England, it was the episcopal see of the kingdom of Wessex or the West Saxons, with its cathedra at Dorchester Cathedral under Saints Birinus and Agilbert. The cathedral at Dorchester was founded in AD 634 by a Roman missionary; the see was transferred to Winchester in AD 660. Winchester was divided in AD 909, with Wiltshire and Berkshire transferring to the new See of Ramsbury.
The domains of the Bishop of Winchester ran from the south coast to the south bank of the River Thames at Southwark, where the bishop had one of his palaces, making it one of the largest as well as one of the richest sees in the land. In more modern times, the former extent of the Diocese of Winchester was reduced by the formation of a new diocese of Southwark in south London, a new diocese of Guildford in Surrey and a new diocese of Portsmouth in Hampshire; the most recent loss of territory was in 2014 when the Channel Islands were removed from the diocese of Winchester after a dispute with Bishop Tim Dakin led to a breakdown in relations. However, this arrangement is expressed to be an interim one and will not become permanent; the Channel Islands remain part of the Diocese of Winchester under a scheme of episcopal delegation. The Bishop of Winchester delegated his episcopal authority in relation to the Channel Islands to the Archbishop of Canterbury who in turn placed the Channel Islands under the pastoral supervision of the Bishop of Dover.
The Channel Islands have not been incorporated within another diocese. Traditionally, in the general order of precedence before 1533, the Bishop of Winchester was given precedence over all other diocesan bishops - that is, the first English bishop in rank behind the archbishops of Canterbury and York, but in 1533, Henry VIII of England raised the rank of the Bishop of London and the Bishop of Durham, relegating Winchester to third. The Bishop of Winchester has always held the office of Prelate of the Order of the Garter since its foundation in 1348; the Report of the Commissioners appointed by his Majesty to inquire into the Ecclesiastical Revenues of England and Wales found the Winchester see was the third wealthiest in England, after Canterbury and London, with an annual net income of £11,151. The official residence of the Bishop of Winchester is Wolvesey Palace in Winchester. Other historic homes of the bishops included Farnham Castle, Bishop’s Waltham Palace and a town residence at Winchester Palace in Southwark, Surrey.
The bishop is the visitor including New College and St John's College. The current Bishop of Winchester, Tim Dakin, was enthroned on 21 April 2012, having been elected on 14 October 2011, he was consecrated as a bishop at St Paul's Cathedral, London, on 25 January 2012. Among those who have served as assistant bishops of the diocese are: 1885 – 1887: Francis Cramer-Roberts, Vicar of Milford-on-Sea and former Bishop of Nassau 1963 – 1973: Nigel Cornwall, Canon Residentiary of Winchester Cathedral and former Bishop of Borneo Deans of Winchester Diocese of Winchester The Bishop of Winchester Academy
Susan Anderson, LCSW is the American author of The Journey from Abandonment to Healing, a self-help book about the pain of relationship breakups. Anderson developed her ideas. Anderson was interviewed on The Early Show on February 14, 2007 She was interviewed on National Public Radio Inner Visions "Overcoming Self Sabotage and Healing Abandonment" June 23, 2015. In her book, Anderson contends that the grief of being spurned in a romantic relationship can create a trauma powerful enough "to implant an emotional drain deep within the self that if left unresolved, leeches self-esteem and creates self sabotage". Anderson adapts the five phases of grief identified in the Kübler-Ross model to relationship break-ups reshaping them as: Shattering, Internalizing and Lifting. Susan Anderson is a private practice psychotherapist in New York, she has a Masters of Liberal Studies, a Masters of Social Work, is a credentialed alcoholism and substance abuse counselor, a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
She authored Black Swan and Taming Your Outer Child. While Kübler-Ross and others have attempted to define discrete stages of grief, such as an initial period of numbness leading to depression and to reorganization and recovery, most modern grief specialists recognize the variations and fluidity of grief experiences, that differ in intensity and length among cultural groups and from person to person. No grief stage theory has been able to account for how people cope with loss, why they experience varying degrees and types of distress at different times, how or when they adjust to a life without their loved one over time
Good Charlotte's songs and albums have received recognition at the MTV Australia Awards, the MTV Europe Music Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards. "The Anthem" is the second single from the band's second album the Hopeless. The song was awarded the "Best Rock Video" award from the MTV Video Music Awards Japan and the "Peoples Choice: Favorite International Group" award from the MuchMusic Video Awards; the band itself has received awards including "Fave International Band" at the Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards, "Best International Group" at the NRJ Music Awards, "Best International Rock Act" at the TMF Awards. As of July 2008, Good Charlotte has received eight awards from twenty nominations. Good Charlotte’S ‘the young and the hopeless’ honored with first classic album award at apmas 2016 Kerrang! AwardsThe Kerrang! Awards is an annual awards ceremony held by Kerrang!, a British rock magazine. MTV Australia AwardsThe MTV Australia Awards is an annual awards ceremony established in 2005 by MTV Australia.
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Capra is a genus of mammals, the goats, composed of up to nine species, including the wild goat, the markhor, several species known as ibexes. The domestic goat is a domesticated subspecies of the wild goat. Evidence of goat domestication dates back more than 8,500 years. Wild goats are animals of mountain habitats, they are agile and hardy, able to climb on bare rock and survive on sparse vegetation. They can be distinguished from the genus Ovis, which includes sheep, by the presence of scent glands close to the feet, in the groin, in front of the eyes, the absence of other facial glands, by the presence of a beard in some specimens, of hairless calluses on the knees of the forelegs; the Rocky Mountain goat is in Oreamnos. Present-day genetic and phenotypic differences between the Capra species are related to discontinuity of and impeded migration between Capra populations during glacial periods, insufficient time in the postglacial period for now-adjoining Capra populations to overcome behavioral mechanisms impeding hybridization in the wild so as to erase these differences.
All members of the genus Capra are bovids, more caprids. As such they are ruminants, meaning they chew the cud, have four-chambered stomachs which play a vital role in digesting and redigesting their food; the genus has sometimes been taken to include Ovis and Ammotragus, but these are regarded as distinct genera, leaving Capra for goats and ibexes. In this smaller genus, some authors have recognized only two species, the markhor on one side and all other forms included in one species on the other side. Today, nine species are accepted: West Caucasian tur East Caucasian tur Markhor Alpine ibex Nubian ibex Spanish ibex Siberian ibex Walia ibex Wild goat Domestic goat Bezoar ibex The goats of the genus Capra have complex systematic relationships, which are still not resolved. Recent studies based on mitochondrial DNA suggest that the Siberian ibex and the Nubian ibex represent distinct species, which are not closely related to the physically similar Alpine ibex; the Alpine ibex forms a group with the Spanish ibex.
The West Caucasian tur appears to be more related to the wild goat than to the East Caucasian tur. The markhor is little separated from other forms—previously it had been considered to be a separate branch of the genus. All wild goat species are allopatric —the only geographical overlaps are the wild goat with the East Caucasian tur, the markhor with the Siberian ibex. In both cases, the overlapping species do not interbreed in the wild, but in captivity, all Capra species can interbreed, producing fertile offspring. Along with sheep, goats were among the first domesticated animals; the domestication process started at least 10,000 years ago in. Easy human access to goat hair and milk were the primary motivations. Goat skins were popularly used until the Middle Ages for water and wine bottles when traveling and camping, in certain regions as parchment for writing. "Ibex". New International Encyclopedia. 1905
Michael Ethan Rodgers is a Scottish film, television and theatre actor, acting coach. He began his film career with a role in Gia with Angelina Jolie. Shortly thereafter, he went to work with Sir Nigel Hawthorne and Minnie Driver in feature film Uncorked and renowned director Allison Anders in Sugar Town, he played alongside Mel Gibson in the The Patriot and with Alec Baldwin and Peter Fonda in Thomas and the Magic Railroad in which he played Mr C. Junior, he is best known for playing the acerbic Richard Dawson in the Bob Crane biopic, Auto Focus, directed by Paul Schrader. He runs Michael Rodgers Studio in an acting school, he has appeared on various television series including NYPD Blue, Bones, CSI: Miami, Veronica Mars, American Dreams, Will & Grace and the 2010 series Leverage and Mysterious Ways. He provided the English voice of Judge Gabranth in Final Fantasy XII. Michael E. Rodgers on IMDb https://web.archive.org/web/20070510112444/http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile http://palomapigeon.livejournal.com https://sites.google.com/site/michaelerodgersfansite/
Sengoku BASARA is a series of video games developed and published by Capcom, a bigger media franchise based on it, including four anime shows, an anime movie, a magazine series, a trading card game, numerous stage plays and drama CDs. Its story is loosely based on real events of the titular Sengoku period in the history of feudal Japan. Sengoku BASARA is considered to be popular in Japan with the video games getting good reviews and sales, winning numerous awards, becoming a cultural phenomenon, gaining a huge and strong fanbase. While Sengoku BASARA remains popular in Japan, it has gained some popularity in Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan. Though the franchise isn't known well outside of Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, it maintains a strong fanbase outside of those countries; every console and handheld Sengoku BASARA game in Japan has gotten a B rating except for Sengoku BASARA 3 Utage which got a C rating from CERO. The franchise started with the first Sengoku BASARA video game releasing in Japan on July 21, 2005 for the PlayStation 2.
The franchise's producer is Hiroyuki Kobayashi and its director is Makoto Yamamoto. Sengoku BASARA serves as one of Capcom's flagship series in Japan; as of December 31, 2019, the game series has sold 4 million units worldwide. The original game in the series was released in Japan on July 21, 2005, for the PlayStation 2 as a hack and slash, action game. Devil Kings, an English-language version of the game, featured altered gameplay and a different more western audience-oriented fantasy story with original characters, it was never used again due to the negative response the localization received from fans and consumers. Sengoku BASARA 2 is a sequel to the original Sengoku BASARA, released in Japan for the PS2 on July 27, 2006; the game was ported to the Wii in 2007. An expansion titled, Sengoku BASARA 2 Heroes, was released in 2007; the game marks the series' first anniversary and is considered to have started the "Sengoku Boom" throughout Japan, still happening today. The Sengoku Boom is a time period that sparked a renewed interest in the history of Japan where people in Japan go to museums and battlefields to learn about their favorite Sengoku BASARA character real life history, buy merchandise related to the game series and the Sengoku period, buy video games involving the Sengoku period.
Sengoku BASARA 2 Heroes is an expansion to Sengoku BASARA 2, is the first expansion in the series. The game was released in Japan for the PS2 on November 29, 2007, ported to the Wii the same year. Characters that were unplayable in the previous game, Sengoku BASARA 2, are playable in Sengoku BASARA 2 Heroes; the game sparked a major boom in tourism to the hometown of Shiroishi City. Sengoku Basara X is a 2D fighting game developed by both Capcom, Arc System Works, creators of the Guilty Gear and BlazBlue series, which released in Japan on April 9, 2008, for Japanese arcades, ported to the PS2 the same year in Japan on June 26, 2008. A PSP-exclusive title released in Japan on April 9, 2009; the game is a spin-off of the series. The third game in the main series and sequel to Sengoku BASARA 2, released in Japan on July 29, 2010, for the PlayStation 3 and Wii; the first game in the series to be localized outside of Japan since the original game, was localized in North America on October 12, 2010, in Europe on October 15, 2010.
An expansion titled, Sengoku BASARA 3 Utage, was released in 2011. The game marks the series' fifth anniversary; the game ranks as the best-selling Sengoku BASARA game in the series. Released for the PSP in Japan on July 21, 2011; the game serves as a sequel to Sengoku BASARA Battle Heroes. Released for the PS3 and Wii in Japan on November 10, 2011; the game serves as an expansion to Sengoku BASARA 3. Characters that were unplayable in the previous game, Sengoku BASARA Samurai Heroes, are playable in Sengoku BASARA 3 Utage. "Utage" is Japanese for "Party". Released for the PS3 in Japan on August 30, 2012. Comes with Sengoku BASARA, Sengoku BASARA 2, Sengoku BASARA 2 Heroes in HD; the fourth game in the main series. It was released in Japan on January 23, 2014 for the PS3; the game serves as a mixture of a sequel to Sengoku BASARA 3, a reboot of the series to get new fans into the series without having to play the previous games. It's the first console game in the series to receive a collector's edition, digital release, DLC, other online features, with every other game afterward following up with this.
A complete edition, titled Sengoku BASARA 4 Sumeragi, was released in 2015. Released for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in Japan on July 23, 2015; the game is the first Sengoku BASARA game to be developed for the PS4, is the first game to be developed by Capcom for the PS4. The game comes with all of the content in Sengoku BASARA 4 and a lot of new content, the game is said to come with the most content in any game in the series; the game marks the series' tenth anniversary. Characters that were unplayable in the previous game, Sengoku BASARA 4, are playable in Sengoku BASARA 4 Sumeragi. "Sumeragi" is Japanese for "Emperor". A spin-off game focusing on the life of one