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Vazgen Sargsyan Military University

The Vazgen Sargsyan Military University is a higher educational institution functioning in the system of the Ministry of Defense of Armenia. Its mission is to train officers capable of implementing defense tasks in peace and war; the "Higher Military Combined Arms Command College" was founded on June 24, 1994. In 2000, the college was re-founded as a Military Institute named after Vazgen Sargsyan, the first Armenian Defense Minister; the faculty of infantry trains commanders for motorized infantry, intelligence, field engineer platoons, engineers of military wheeled vehicles and officers with a civil bachelor's degree. Colonel Alexander Minasyan Major General Ashot Petrosyan Major General Arshaluys Paytyan Lieutenant General Stepan Mirzoyan Major General Garegin Gabrielyan Lieutenant General Martin Karapetyan Major General Armen Ghahramanyan Armed Forces of Armenia List of universities in Armenia

Ed Slott

Ed Slott is a financial expert in the United States. He is an public speaker providing training in IRAs and retirement distribution planning, he has been a collaborative creator of three nationally-aired Public Television Specials and is a practicing CPA based in Rockville Centre, New York. Slott was named "The Best" source for IRA advice by The Wall Street Journal and called "America's IRA Expert" by Mutual Funds Magazine, he is known to financial advisors for his public speaking and IRA training programs, including a 2-Day workshop titled Instant IRA Success and a year-long advanced IRA training membership group. Ed Slott's Elite IRA Advisor group and Master Elite IRA Advisor group are among the most respected and technically enhancing groups for Financial Advisors. Slott is a consumer advocate through his three Public Television Specials, which stress to consumers the importance of working with competent financial advisors and educating them on the steps necessary to lower their tax burden now and forever and avoid needless penalties.

His first Public Television Special, Stay Rich Forever & Ever with Ed Slott was the #1 fundraising special across America in 2008. Slott is a resource to contemporary newspapers and media sources for reference and insight as an expert on taxation and individual retirement accounts in the United States. Examples include the Chicago Tribune. Slott has written five books on retirement distribution planning and writes and produces a monthly IRA newsletter for financial advisors and financial media professionals. Ed Slott's Retirement Decisions Guide: 2010 Edition Taxing Away Your Wealth Ed Slott's Stay Rich for Life!: Growing & Protecting Your Money in Turbulent Times Parlay Your IRA Into a Family Fortune The Retirement Savings Time Bomb and How To Defuse It Your Complete Retirement Planning Road Map Slott is a past Chairman of the New York State Society of CPAs Estate Planning Committee and editor of the IRA Planning section of The CPA Journal. Ed is a past recipient of the Excellence in Estate Planning and Outstanding Service awards presented by The Foundation for Accounting Education.

He is a former Board member of The Estate Planning Council of New York City. Ed Slott and Company, LLC Official Website

List of Japanese speculative fiction writers

This is a list of Japanese speculative fiction writers. Writers are sorted alphabetically by surname. Kimifusa Abe Kōbō Abe Hirotaka Adachi Jirō Akagawa Mizuhito Akiyama Motoko Arai Mizuhito Akiyama Kunio Aramaki Yoshimasa Aramaki Yoshio Aramaki Hiroshi Aramata Alice Arisugawa or Arisu Arisugawa Taku Ashibe Yukito Ayatsuji Chen Shunchen Chen Soon Shin Kimio Chiba Chihitsudō Chin Shunshin Gakuto Coda, Gakuto Kōda Toh EnJoe or Tō Enjō Taiyo Fujii or Taiyō Fujii Masako Fukae Masami Fukushima Ryō Hanmura or Ryō Hammura Hideshi Hino Akira Hori Shinichi Hoshi or Shin'ichi Hoshi Kimio Iizuka Sumiyo Imaoka Hisashi Inoue Fujio Ishihara Junji Ito or Junji Itō Keikaku Itō Satoshi Itō Shimako Iwai Shinji Kajio Chōhei Kambayashi or Chōhei Kanbayashi Musashi Kanbe Hajime Kanzaka Kyō Katō Masami Katō Chiaki Kawamata Hideyuki Kikuchi Yusuke Kishi or Yūsuke Kishi Morio Kita Heitarō Kiyono Yasumi Kobayashi Gakuto Koda or Gakuto Kōda Izuki Kogyoku or Izuki Kōgyoku Minoru Komatsu Sakyo Komatsu or Sakyō Komatsu Chiaki J. Konaka or Chiaki Konaka Yoji Kondo or Yōji Kondō Eric Kotani, pseudonym of Yoji Kondo) Rei Kozumi Kaoru Kurimoto Ken Kuronuma Gorō Masaki Jun Masaki Taku Mayumura Gakuto Mikumo Hiroko Minagawa Ryu Mitsuse or Ryū Mitsuse Miyuki Miyabe Masako Mori Hiroyuki Morioka Daijiro Morohoshi manga artist Haruki Murakami Norio Nakai Azusa Nakajima Azusa Noa Hōsuke Nojiri Asa Nonami Mahokaru Numata Kenzaburō Ōe Issui Ogawa Noriko Ogiwara Mariko Ōhara Fuyumi Ono Masaari Oshikawa Shunrō Oshikawa Otsuichi Project Itoh or Keikaku Itō Ryukishi07 Hiroshi Sakurazaka Shōichi Sano Yūichi Sasamoto Daisuke Satō Sōkichi Saitō Hideaki Sena Takumi Shibano Tatsuhiko Shibusawa Tatsuo Shibusawa Yoshinori Shimizu Kazuma Shinjō Setsuko Shinoda Hiroe Suga Taidō Sugiyama Koji Suzuki, Kōji Suzuki Kiyoshi Takayanagi Haruka Takachiho Akimitsu Takagi Seiichi Takagi Katsuhiko Takahashi Haneko Takayama Kimiyoshi Takekawa Kōshū Tani Nagaru Tanigawa Hirotaka Tobi Eiji Tsuburaya Eiichi Tsumuraya Yasutaka Tsutsui Tow Ubukata or Tō Ubukata Naoyuki Uchida Hisashi Uchiyama Sayuri Ueda Masahide Uehara Nahoko Uehashi Kazuo Umezu manga artist Unno Juza, Unno Jūza, or Unno Jūzō Gen Urobuchi Soichiro Watase or Sōichirō Watase Masaki Yamada Bochō Yamamura Tetsu Yano Jun'ya Yokota Baku Yumemakura Yumeno Kyūsaku List of fantasy authors List of horror fiction writers List of science fiction authors List of Japanese writers List of Japanese women writers List of Japanese-language poets Lists of writers

Legislative districts of Surigao del Sur

The Legislative districts of Surigao del Sur are the representations of the province of Surigao del Sur in the various national legislatures of the Philippines. The province is represented in the lower house of the Congress of the Philippines through its first and second congressional districts. Prior to gaining separate representation, areas now under the jurisdiction of Surigao del Sur were represented under the former province of Surigao; the enactment of Republic Act No. 2786 on June 19, 1960 split the old Surigao province into Surigao del Norte and Surigao del Sur, provided the new provinces separate representations in Congress. The new province of Surigao del Sur first elected its own representative in the 1961 elections. Surigao del Sur was represented in the Interim Batasang Pambansa as part of Region XI from 1978 to 1984, returned one representative, elected at large, to the Regular Batasang Pambansa in 1984; the province was reapportioned into two congressional districts under the new Constitution, proclaimed on February 11, 1987, elected members to the restored House of Representatives starting that same year.

City: Tandag Municipalities: Bayabas, Cantilan, Carrascal, Lanuza, Madrid, San Agustin, San Miguel, Tago Population: 337,825Notes City: Bislig Municipalities: Barobo, Lingig, Tagbina Population: 254,425 Legislative district of Surigao

John P. Shanley

John P. Shanley was an American journalist, specializing in radio and drama, he worked for The New York Times from 1937–63, winning five publisher's awards. A New York City native, Shanley attended Fordham University and was employed as a copyboy by The New York Times in 1937, the year he graduated with a bachelor's degree. Soon thereafter he was promoted to general assignment reporter, remaining in the position until World War II, when he took a leave of absence to enlist in the Army and serve in counterintelligence at such theaters of war as China, Burma and North Africa. Returning to The Times after the war, he became, in 1948, assistant editor of the drama news department and was assigned, as editor, to cover radio and television in 1954, when he joined the faculty of his alma mater, Fordham, as a part-time professor of communications, continuing to teach there until 1961. After contributing scores of articles and reviews about various productions of 1950s and early 1960s television, he left The Times in 1963 and joined New York City's independent TV station, WOR Channel 9, as well as WOR radio, in the position of public relations director.

Four years in 1968, he accepted the position of assistant to the president of Brooklyn's Pratt Institute which specializes in architecture, interior design and industrial design. After another three years, he moved to another of the city's institutes of higher learning, York College, a part of the City University of New York in Queens, where he remained as director of college relations until retiring in 1980. Shanley was 70 years old and residing the Long Island suburb of Bellerose Village, when he died of lung cancer at the Mercy Hospice in nearby Rockville Centre, he and his wife, Regina Claire O'Brien, were the parents of two daughters. He is buried at Calverton National Cemetery. John P. Shanley at Find a Grave