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Canberra Cavalry

The Canberra Cavalry is a professional baseball team in the Australian Baseball League. The team is based in the capital city of Canberra and the team's home ground is Narrabundah Ballpark. To be called the Colts, the team faced legal issues with the ACT Brumbies that uses the same name for a local Rugby Union team. In the 2012–13 season, the Cavalry won the Claxton Shield, having defeated the Perth Heat in the Championship Series in Canberra over 8/9 February 2013. In November 2013, the Cavalry won the 2013 Asia Series resoundingly, becoming the first non- Japanese or Korean side to do so. Top of the stats by Christmas pulled away with significant wins against Perth Heat in away home rounds in early January 2013. Minor Premiership winners. Premiership winners. During the 2012-13 season, fan action caused the team to change the shirt number of a player. Marcus Knecht was wearing 51 but fans pointed out that he should have the number 4, in allusion to the game Connect Four. Champions: Canberra Cavalry MVP of Finals Series: Aaron Sloan Venue: Narrabundah Ballpark, Canberra Report: Strike Zone Score: Canberra Cavalry wins 6-4 over Perth Heat Score: Canberra Cavalry wins 7-6.

Takes Championship and Claxton Shield. Cavalry won its first game against the CPBL Rhinos. NPB Golden Eagles lost the second game. Cavalry won the third game against the KBO Lions. Cavalry advanced to the final, played the U-Pres Lions, winning 14-4, to be Asia Series champions; the Cavalry was the'home' side, on a coin toss. After being 2-0 up in the first inning, the Lions replied to be 4-2 up; the Cavalry replied in the fourth inning to be 4-3 down. In the seventh inning, Cavalry scored 5 runs, to be up 8-4. In the eighth inning, Jack Murphy scored a homer with loaded bases to make the score 14-4; the Cavalry's Toler pitched out the Lions to end the game. In celebration of their 10th season of operation, the Cavalry redesigned their logo and hats; the change was first revealed on 3 July, 2019 at MIT Ballpark.. The logo went from a black horse to a grey horse with fiery orange mane; the secondary logo was changed from an interlocking "CC" to interlocking horseshoes turned on their sides, giving the same "CC" effect.

The home white uniform had CAVALRY spelled across the chest while an orange alternate used the team's nickname, CAVS. A third jersey would be unveiled: a black top with "The Capital" written in orange script; the new hats included a black and white colored panel hat with the primary horse logo on the front and an all orange hat with a single sideways horseshoe from the secondary logo. Players with the Cavalry who play, or have played, for a Major League Baseball team or a Nippon Professional Baseball team: Didi Gregorius - 2010/11 Donald Lutz - 2010/11 Kevin Kiermaier - 2011/12 John Holdzkom - 2012/13 Jon Berti - 2013/14 Anthony Alford - 2014/15 Mitch Walding - 2014/15 Aaron Thompson - 2015/16 Ryan Kalish - 2017/18 Shota Imanaga - 2018/19 Yuki Kuniyoshi - 2018/19 Tomoya Mikami - 2018/19 Madison Younginer - 2018/19 J. J. Hoover - 2019/20 Gavin Cecchini - 2019/20 Akeel Morris - 2019/20 Shingo Hirata - 2019/20 Takamasa Kasai - 2019/20 Shinichi Onuki - 2019/20 Kosuke Sakaguchi - 2019/20 These are the franchise records for the Canberra Cavalry through the end of the 2019/20 season.

Hits 67‡…Brian Burgamy 63…Jason Leblejijian 62... David Harris Doubles 19†… Jason Leblejijian 18…Jay Baum 17…Casey Frawley Triples 5†…Casey Frawley 4…Buddy Reed 4…Ryan Stovall Home Runs 15…Adam Buschini 12…Brian Burgamy 12…David Kandilas 12…Zach Wilson Runs Batted In 50†…Adam Buschini 44…David Kandilas 44…Jason Leblejijian Stolen Bases 31…Jon Berti 13…Scott Kelly 12... Josh Almonte 12…Kenny Wilson Walks 34…Brian Burgamy 30…Jon Berti 30…Kyle Perkins 30…Bryan Pounds † ABL Single Season Record ‡ Tied with Riley Unroe for ABL Single Season Record Wins 7…Steve Kent 6…Tim Atherton 6…Brian Grening 6…Steve Kent Strikeouts 83…Brian Grening 79…Steve Kent 76…Steve Kent Saves 11…Sean Toler 11…Sean Toler 10…Michael Click Games Played 256…Robbie Perkins 184…Kyle Perkins 164…Jack Murphy Hits 226…Robbie Perkins 180…Jack Murphy 162…David Kandilas Doubles 37…Jeremy Barnes 37…Jack Murphy 37…Robbie Perkins Triples 5…Casey Frawley 4…Buddy Reed 4…Ryan Stovall Home Runs 25…Kyle Perkins 21…David Kandilas 20…Jack Murphy Runs Batted In 114…Jack Murphy 110…Robbie Perkins 93…Boss Moanaroa Stolen Bases 31…Jon Berti 14…Mike Crouse 13...

David Kandilas 13…Scott Kelly (2016/

World Vegan Day

World Vegan Day is an annual event celebrated by vegans around the world every 1 November. The claimed benefits of veganism for humans and the natural environment are celebrated through activities such as setting up stalls, hosting potlucks, planting memorial trees; the event was established in 1994 by Louise Wallis Chair of The Vegan Society in the United Kingdom, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the organisation and the coining of the terms "vegan" and "veganism". Speaking in 2011, Louise Wallis said: "We knew the Society had been founded in November 1944 but didn’t know the exact date, so I decided to go for 1 November because I liked the idea of this date coinciding with Samhain/Halloween and the Day of the Dead – traditional times for feasting and celebration, both apt and auspicious." World Vegan Month, Ireland World Vegan Day, Germany. Several different events in the metropolitan cities. Annual Boston Vegetarian Food Festival, free vegan food, sponsored annually and by the Boston Vegetarian Society.

Adelaide celebrates World Vegan Day every year on a Sunday in November. The first Vegan Festival was held on 4 November 2007; the event is possible because of many individual members of various organizations. Kas Ward is the main event coordinator. M. A. D. FREE Weekend in Adelaide celebrates World Vegan Day in November. 13–15 November 2009. Since 2003 World Vegan Day has been celebrated in Melbourne on the last Sunday of October; the event was initiated by members of the vegan social group Vegans Unite and is now organized by a committee affiliated with Vegetarian Victoria. Stalls include Lentil as Anything, Invita Living Foods, Animals Australia, Aduki Independent Press, Eco-shout Melbourne, Vegan Society of Australia, ALV, the Melbourne University Food Co-op, Lush Australia and eco store; the Winery by Gazebo in Surry Hills will hold Sydney's first annual event on the first Sunday of November, being Sunday 6th in 2016. Invercargill Vegan Society in Invercargill, New Zealand has celebrated World Vegan Day since 2011.

The world's southernmost vegan group, for World Vegan Day 2012 they gave away tofu to butchers, placed posters around their city, gave away vegan muffins in the city centre and held a group potluck dinner. World Vegan Day 2013 celebrations included visits to butchers' shops and vegan baking and soya milk giveaways in the city centre. Vegan activists were included on the CUE TV's news bulletin and gave a soft toy dog to an animal-skin-preserving factory. A potluck dinner was held at Invercargill public library as the sun set on World Vegan Day 2013. Uruguayan Vegan and Vegetarian Union monthly meeting, end-of-October monthly meeting, free vegan food, gathering. World Vegan Day, a.k.a. International Vegan Day, is celebrated in continuity with Vegetarian Awareness Month (all of October, which begins with World Vegetarian Day on October 1, includes other commemorative dates involving food security, reverence for life in all species, faith-based vegetarianism and animal advocacy, more. World Vegan Day follows Vegetarian Awareness Month and initiates World Vegan Month.

November 2, commemorated as Dynamic Harmlessness Day, is the birthday of the late H. Jay Dinshah, founder of the American Vegan Society. List of food days List of vegetarian festivals Meat-free days World Vegetarian Day

Less Is More (Lost Frequencies album)

Less Is More is the debut studio album by Belgian DJ and record producer Lost Frequencies. It was released on 21 October 2016, by Lost & Cie under exclusive license to Armada Music and Ultra Music; the album was shortlisted by IMPALA for the Album of the Year Award 2016, which rewards on a yearly basis the best album released on an independent European label. "Are You with Me" was released as the first single on 26 January 2015. "Reality" was released as the second single on 24 May 2015. "Beautiful Life" was released as the third single on 3 June 2016. "What Is Love 2016" was released as the fourth single on 7 October 2016. "All or Nothing" was released as the fifth single on 17 February 2017

Meurthe-et-Moselle's 4th constituency

The 4th constituency of Meurthe-et-Moselle is a French legislative constituency in the Meurthe-et-Moselle département. Meurthe-et-Moselle's 4th constituency covers the south east portion of the department, with Lunéville on the Meurthe river at its centre; the constituency has been held by conservative Gaullists since 1993 but prior to that elected a Socialist in the 1988 election when the party was led by Michel Rocard and François Mitterrand. Since 2012 it has been the only seat held by the centre right in Meurthe-et-Moselle. Official results of French elections from 2002: "Résultats électoraux officiels en France"

1956 Iowa State Cyclones football team

The 1956 Iowa State Cyclones football team represented Iowa State College of Agricultural and Mechanic Arts in the Big Seven Conference during the 1956 NCAA University Division football season. In their third and final year under head coach Vince DiFrancesca, the Cyclones compiled a 2–8 record, finished in last place in the conference, were outscored by their opponents by a combined total of 260 to 92, they played their home games at Clyde Williams Field in Iowa. The team's regular starting lineup on offense consisted of left end Brian Dennis, left tackle Oliver Sparks, left guard Ron Bredeson, center Frank Powell, right guard Ralph Losee, right tackle Andris Poncius, right end Gale Gibson, quarterback Charles Martin, left halfback Jack Hansen, right halfback Bob Harden, fullback Marv Walter. Chuck Muelhaupt and Oliver Sparks were the team captains; the team's statistical leaders included Bob Harden with 244 rushing yards and 24 points, Phil Hill with 205 passing yards, John Scheldrup with 140 receiving yards.

No Iowa State players were selected as first-team all-conference players

Poison Ivy: The Secret Society

Poison Ivy: The Secret Society is a 2008 erotic thriller drama film and the fourth and final installment of the Poison Ivy series. The film premiered on Lifetime on July 27, 2008. Orphaned country girl Danielle "Daisy" Brooks leaves her ranch and her boyfriend William behind to pursue her college degree, transfers to Berkshire college, an elite New England private school haunted by the mysterious death of a young college student, Alexis Baldwin, her first week as a college freshman makes a big impression, not only attracting the notice of the dean’s handsome son Blake, but singling her out for a prestigious internship in Washington D. C. Blake becomes infatuated with Daisy and asks her out on a date, much to the disapproval of his father, Professor Andrew Graves. Daisy’s arrival piques the interest of the Ivy Society, a close-knit secretive sisterhood to whom the lucrative scholarship is traditionally granted; the head of the Ivies, an attractive and ambitious student named Azalea Berges with a long history of truancy and illicit affairs with teachers, breaks into Blake’s home, offering sexual favors in exchange for his help in boosting her chances with the internship.

Upon learning that one of the considered candidates is Daisy, she invites her to join the Ivies. Daisy refuses, preferring to continue her studies and consummate her relationship with Blake, but when an error in her tuition payments threatens to erase her name from the college system, she is left with no choice but to agree. Late one night and two other students take part in an initiation ritual at the Ivy household. Pledging allegiance to the sisterhood, they drink from drugged ceremonial wine, are stripped naked and tattooed with the Ivy insignia. At first and the Ivies seem willing to help Daisy with anything she needs, outfitting her with a fashionable new wardrobe, solving her financial issues and introducing her to a popular new lifestyle, but Daisy’s new social status distances her from her roommate Magenta Hart, still mourning the death of her friend Alexis. She is awarded a place in the scholarship by Dean Graves, but breaks up with Blake for ignoring her after they slept together. Distracted by his relationship with Daisy, Blake fails to honor his agreement with Azalea.

Having recorded Blake and Daisy’s first night of lovemaking in secret and the Ivy sisters leak the video onto the internet and set fire to Blake’s sports car. With her reputation destroyed, Daisy soon gets wind of the Ivies’ true nature as a power-hungry group of sirens who manipulate men to their advantage and employ blackmail and seduction to achieve their aims, wishing to use the government internship to gain a political foothold in society, she learns that Alexis Baldwin’s death was not an accident, is one of a large history of killings that have been covered up by the dean. Azalea is shocked when Magenta takes her place in the list of candidates applying for the scholarship, furious at Blake’s deceit, declares war on the Graves family, she threatens to destroy William’s land deed when Daisy attempts to extract herself from the clique, tasks her with a test of loyalty. Dressed in provocative lingerie, Daisy breaks into the administration building to infiltrate Professor Graves’s office, but upon learning she is to have sex with him, balks at the suggestion and breaks rank.

Having failed to make Daisy one of her own, Azalea seduces Graves herself, impaling his head on a sharp ornament during their coital encounter and framing Daisy for the killing. A police investigation is launched following Graves’s murder, Daisy becomes the prime suspect due to her extensive interaction with the Graves family. Facing jail time, Daisy makes amends with Blake and upon discovering that the Ivies have been manipulating her all along, visits Azalea’s home to seek solace. Through desperate pleas of forgiveness, she manages to get Azalea to admit her murderous behavior and the attempt to set her up. Discovering that the confession has been recorded, Azalea attacks Daisy in a rage with a sword, a fight ensues in the Ivy swimming pool. Daisy pretends to drown, overpowers Azalea from behind, knocks her head on the pool steps. Having admitted her part in the cover-up, Dean Graves leads the police to the scene, where Daisy submits the recording proving her innocence and an unconscious Azalea is taken into custody.

Following the ordeal, Daisy is given the rest of the semester off. With four years of a prestigious scholarship ahead, she leaves Berkshire campus, returning to her farm in Iowa to resume her relationship with Will for the summer; as the two reunite, her Ivy tattoo is shown to now depict a daisy. Shawna Waldron as Azalea Berges Miriam McDonald as Danielle "Daisy" Brooks / Ivy Ryan Kennedy as Blake Graves Greg Evigan as Professor Andrew Graves Crystal Lowe as Isabel Turner Andrea Whitburn as Magenta Hart Catherine Hicks as Elisabeth Graves Brendan Penny as Will Mitchell The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in an unrated cut on January 20, 2009, it contains five minutes of extra footage not shown on TV. Poison Ivy: The Secret Society on IMDb Poison Ivy: The Secret Society at AllMovie Poison Ivy: The Secret Society at Rotten Tomatoes