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Book of Song

The Book of Song is a historical text of the Liu Song Dynasty of the Southern Dynasties of China. It covers history from 420 to 479, is one of the Twenty-Four Histories, a traditional collection of historical records, it was written in 492–493 by Shen Yue from the Southern Qi dynasty. The work contained 100 volumes at the time that it was written, but some volumes were missing by the time of the Song Dynasty. Editors reconstructed those volumes by taking material from the History of the Southern Dynasties, plus a few works such as the Historiette of Gao by Gao Jun, though many of those volumes were no longer in their original condition; the Book of Song was based on records compiled beginning in the Liu Song. He Chentian 何承天 was commissioned by the imperial court of the time in 439, he compiled biographies and treatises on astronomy and music. Compilation was continued by Shan Qianzhi 山謙之, Xu Yuan 徐爰; the Qi court commissioned Shen Yue in 487 to complete the Book of Song. The first ten juan are annals of the Liu Song emperors, 30 juan contain treatises, 60 juan are dedicated to biographies.

There are no known full translations to English. Dien includes partial translations of The Disputation at Pengcheng, a conflict in present-day Xuzhou. Dien compares the Northern Wei and Liu Song accounts of this one in a long series of conflicts between the two states; the Liu Song account is included in volume 59 of the Book of Song. Holcombe translates a fragment of volume 54 on a land petition. Book of Song 《宋書》 Chinese text with matching English vocabulary

Arjunan Pillayum Anchu Makkalum

Arjunan Pillayum Anchu Makkalum is a 1997 Indian Malayalam film and produced by Chandrasekharan. The film stars Innocent, Jagathy Sreekumar, Harishree Ashokan, KPAC Lalitha and Kalpana in the lead roles; the film has musical score by Mohan Sithara. It is a remake of the 1996 Tamil film Kaalam Maari Pochu. Arjunan Pillai marries off his 3 of his 4 educated daughters to responsible, but low-earning simple human beings; this makes his wife angry. His 3 daughters get reconciled with their respective spouses; the four sisters feel neglected. The wife of Arjunan dies when she sees him foolishly transferring his property to his son for his son to get a loan. However, the old man's only son throws him out, but his daughters husbands on their own help their father in law in ensuring that the lost property goes back to their father in law so that the last daughter can be married off; the music was composed by Mohan Sithara and the lyrics were written by Kaithapram and Bichu Thirumala. Arjunan Pillayum Anchu Makkalum on IMDb

Old Yemenite Synagogue (Silwan)

The Old Yemenite Synagogue is a restored synagogue from the nineteenth century Yemenite Village Kfar Hashiloach neighborhood in the Jerusalem district of Silwan. In the 1936–39 Arab revolt in Palestine, the Yemenite community was removed from Silwan by the Welfare Bureau of the Va'ad Leumi into the Jewish Quarter as security conditions for Jews worsened, and in 1938, the remaining Yemenite Jews in Silwan were evacuated by the Jewish Community Council on the advice of the police. According to documents in the custodian office and real estate and project advancement expert Edmund Levy, the buildings of the Yemenite Jews were occupied by Arab families without registering ownership. In May, 2015 Ateret Cohanim, a Jewish group that had established legal ownership of the old synagogue, moved into the building. Local residents threw rocks at the activists as they moved in

Prosser Twin Cylinder Car Company

The Prosser Twin Cylinder Car Company was established in the late 1870s at 129 LaSalle Street, Illinois, to manufacture the unique Prosser Twin Cylinder Freight Car. While the concept worked well, the railroad industry would in turn reject the concept and the Prosser Twin Cylinder Car Company went out of business on February 26, 1884; the Prosser Twin Cylinder freight car was intended to revolutionize the transport of grain by carrying it in two enormous iron cylinders about 8½ feet long and 6½ feet in diameter, each revolving on an axle running through its center, at the ends of which were the journal boxes. The car would possess no superstructure, instead the cargo would be carried inside the car's axles themselves. Steel tires and fitted to the gauge of track, were put around the cylinders, which served as the wheels of the car; the Westinghouse Air Brake Company developed a system of air brakes for this type of freight car. The prototype car underwent trials on the CB&Q Railroad, making six round trips of 200 miles each, carrying the grain magnificently and turning it out at the end of each trip one grade better than when it was first loaded.

Railroad personnel were satisfied with it, since there was said to be no trouble in passing curves and switches. In addition, the car required less lubrication than conventional cars, experienced less rolling resistance due to a lower dead weight and a lower center of gravity. Due to the large wheel diameter, track wear was reduced. Due to its all-iron construction, the car was supposedly fireproof. Despite all these advantages, the Prosser Twin Cylinder design was deemed too radical, was never replicated. Rolling stock List of railway vehicles Class U special wagon

Sanctuary (Gareth Emery song)

"Sanctuary" is a song by trance producer Gareth Emery featuring vocals by Lucy Saunders. It was released on August 2010, by Emery's own record label Garuda, it was voted the 2nd biggest track of 2010 by listeners of Armin van Buuren's A State Of Trance radio show and became the most played record of 2011 on US Sirius XM Radio dance station BPM. On 19 September 2011, a remix extended play of Sanctuary was released, featuring 4 remixes from various artists, including remixes from electronic producers Ben Gold, Paul Thomas & Myke Smith, Miss Nine and Ephixa. Senthil Chidambaram of Dancing Astronaut liked the Paul Thomas & Myke Smith Remix, stating "The progressive melody meshed with Lucy Saunders voice creates a spiritual calming feel throughout the entirety of the track". DJMag.com gave the remix EP a 7.5/10, stating:Sanctuary seemed to be all about its super-contagious chorus. Ben Gold's remix challenges that by emphasising and amping up its angular lead-line. Ephixa goes for a twitchy, spasmodic bit of dubstep-ery, ok, of the type.

Miss Nine's charts some straight-up fluffy trance waters with hers, while Paul Thomas & Myke Smith opt for a darker, cooler locale. All tracks are written by Gareth Emery, Mark Frisch and Anthony John Galatis

Akkun to Kanojo

Akkun to Kanojo is a Japanese romantic comedy manga series written and illustrated by Waka Kakitsubata. It began serialization in Media Factory's Monthly Comic Gene magazine from June 2013 to June 2018. An anime television series adaptation by Yumeta Company aired from April 6 to September 21, 2018. Atsuhiro "Akkun" Kagari is known to be harsh towards his girlfriend Non "Nontan" Katagiri, but is secretly infatuated with her following her and watching over her like a stalker; the series follows their interactions with each other as well as their classmates. Atsuhiro "Akkun" Kagari Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama, Tatsuhisa Suzuki Title character of the series, he has dark blonde hair. He's a Tsundere, who loves Nontan. At the front of Nontan, he's always hides his "Dere" side, he is secretly quite intense in his feelings toward her, to the point of resembling a stalker. Non "Nontan" Katagiri Voiced by: Aoi Yūki, Ayaka Suwa Akkun's girlfriend, she has black hair. She's a Deredere, who loves Akkun. At the front of Akkun, she's always shows her "Dere" side.

Akkun's Tsundere personality didn't bothers her. Masago Matsuo Voiced by: Nobuhiko Okamoto, Keisuke Ueda Akkun's best friend, he has dark blue hair. He knows about Akkun's and Nontan's Tsundere personalities. He's a serious game otaku who comes to Akkun's house to play gal games on his TV, much to Chiho's frustration. Chiho Kagari Voiced by: Maaya Uchida, Arisa Kōri Akkun's younger sister, presently in the eighth grade. Like her brother, she has dark blonde hair, tied into a ponytail that reaches her arms. Like her brother, she's a Tsundere, who loves Nontan, but unlike Akkun, her love is more friendly than romantic. Unlike her brother, at the front of Nontan, she's always shows here "Dere" side, but hides her "Tsun" side. On the other hand, she appears to demonstrate a growing romantic attraction toward Matsuo, to him she shows only her tsun while fighting to hide her dere, though this becomes progressively harder to do. Takumi Kubomura Voiced by: Wataru Hatano Konagi Irie Voiced by: Hikaru Kayou Waka Kakitsubata launched the manga in Media Factory's josei manga magazine Monthly Comic Gene in June 2013.

The manga is serialized on Media Factory's Pixiv based web magazine Gene Pixiv. Eight tankōbon volumes have been released to date. A audio drama CD was released by Media Factory in December 2016. An anime adaptation was announced via a wraparound band on the seventh volume of the manga on November 27, 2017; the television series is directed by Shin Katagai and written by Yuka Yamada, with animation by Yumeta Company. Character designs are provided by Motohiro Taniguchi; the series aired from April 6 to September 21, 2018, on AT-X as a short-form series with 4-minute episodes. The first opening theme is "Koi no Balloon" by Haruna Ōshima; the second opening theme is "We☆Pace!" by Haruna Ōshima feat. Ebisu coffret. Crunchyroll streamed the series; the manga had sold over 480 thousand copies and had over 11 million views on Pixiv, as of November 2017. Anime official website Akkun to Kanojo at Anime News Network's encyclopedia