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Captain (naval)

Captain is the name most given in English-speaking navies to the rank corresponding to command of the largest ships. The rank is equal to the army rank of colonel. Equivalent ranks worldwide include "ship-of-the-line captain", "captain of sea and war", "captain at sea" and "captain of the first rank"; the NATO rank code is OF-5, although the United States of America uses the code O-6 for the equivalent rank. Any naval officer who commands a ship is addressed by naval custom as "captain" while aboard in command, regardless of his or her actual rank though technically an officer of below the rank of captain is more titled the commanding officer, or C. O. Officers with the rank of captain travelling aboard a vessel they do not command should be addressed by their rank and name, but they should not be referred to as "the captain" to avoid confusion with the vessel's captain; the naval rank should not be confused with the army, air force, or marine ranks of captain, which all have the NATO code of OF-2.

On large US ships, the executive officer may be a captain in rank, in which case it would be proper to address him by rank. The XO prefers to be called "XO" to avoid confusion with the CO, a captain in rank and the captain of the ship; the same applies to senior commanders on board US aircraft carriers, where the commander and deputy commander of the embarked carrier air wing are both captains in rank, but are addressed by the titles of "CAG" and "DCAG", respectively. Captains with sea commands command ships of cruiser size or larger. In the Royal Navy, a captain might command an aircraft carrier, an amphibious assault ship, or the Ice Patrol Ship, while naval aviator and naval flight officer captains in the U. S. Navy command aircraft carriers, large-deck amphibious assault ships, carrier air wings, maritime patrol air wings, functional and specialized air wings and air groups. Maritime battlestaff commanders of one-star rank will embark on large capital ships such as aircraft carriers, which will function as the flagship for their strike group or battle group, but a captain will retain command of the actual ship, assume the title of "flag captain".

When a senior officer, in the ship's captain's chain of command is present, all orders are given through the captain. The following articles deal with the rank of captain. Captain Captain Captain Mereväekapten Capitaine de vaisseau Kapitän zur See Kapitan of the 1st rank Kapitan of the 1st rank Sea captain Post captain Captain's cabin

Brigit Forsyth

Brigit Forsyth is a Scottish actress, best known for her roles as Thelma Ferris in the BBC comedy Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? and Helen Yeldham in the ITV drama Boon. Since December 2013 Forsyth has appeared in the BBC comedy Still Open All Hours. After leaving St George's School for Girls in Edinburgh, Forsyth trained as a secretary before enrolling at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where she won the Emile Littler Award. Forsyth performed in the West End productions of The Norman Conquests, her film work includes The Night Digger as district nurse, the film version of The Likely Lads as Thelma Ferris, Crystalstone, as Isabel. Forsyth abandoned it once she went to drama school, her ability was employed when, in 2004, she was cast in the lead role in Cello and the Nightingale, a play about internationally acclaimed cellist Beatrice Harrison that premiered at York Theatre Royal. Forsyth's television work includes Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? as Thelma. She has guested on The Bill.

In March 1998, Forsyth made a guest appearance in Coronation Street as Ken Barlow's dating agency client, Babs Fanshawe. In 2002 Forsyth was the subject of This Is Your Life when she was surprised by Michael Aspel at BBC Broadcasting House. Forsyth appeared in the 2013 Christmas special of Still Open All Hours and returned for a full series on 26 December 2014 as Madge, sister of Maggie Ollerenshaw's character Mavis. In 2013 Forsyth appeared as Mrs. Jennings in Helen Edmundson's BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility, her stage work includes Calendar Girls in 2008 and Alan Bennett's People in 2013. She had appeared in Bennett's Single Spies in which she played the part of the Queen. In 2015 she appeared. Brigit Forsyth on IMDb Brigit Forsyth recalls her appearance on This Is Your Life Interview with Brigit Forsyth in the Northern Echo Interview with Brigit Forsyth in Scotland on Sunday

Barbara Fialho

Barbara Fialho is a Brazilian model and singer. At 15 years of age, Barbara Fialho left her home town of Montes Claros and moved to the city of São Paulo to work as a model for São Paulo Fashion Week and Rio Fashion Week. Three months she moved to New York to travel the fashion circuit of NY, Milan and Paris. At 17, she posed for Just Cavalli, dressed by Carine Roitfeld, she signed with IMG Models in 2011. Barbara is now signed with The Lions NY, she has appeared in editorials for Italian Vogue, Italian and Croation Elle and British Harper's Bazaar, W, Marie Claire, 10 Magazine, Carine Roitfeld's CR Fashion Book, Esquire, GQ, L'Officiel, LA Times, Missbehave and Vulture. She has appeared on the covers of Italian Vogue, Brazilian Harper's Bazaar and Swedish Elle, French Numéro, She has walked the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in 2012, 2013,2014, 2015, 2016. 2017 and 2018. She has posed for a few pictures for the brand, she has walked the runways for Bottega Veneta, Diane Von Furstenberg, Christian Dior, House of Holland, Alexander McQueen, John Galliano, Vivienne Westwood, Louis Vuitton, Jeremy Scott, Naeem Khan, Oscar de la Renta, Ralph Rucci, Antonio Berardi, Custo Dalmau, Victoria's Secret and the event Fashion Rocks.

She has appeared in advertising campaigns for Roberto Cavalli, Missoni, Just Cavalli, Levi's, Macy's, Amir Slama, El Palacio de Hierro, Meskita and Urban Decay. She appeared on the James Bond inspired music video of the song "Bright Lights Bigger City" of the American rapper CeeLo Green. Barbara Fialho has played guitar since age 9. In 2014, she began studying music at Juilliard School in New York. In 2014, she recorded a bossa nova album produced by Damon Martin in which she sings every song and plays the guitar in some of them, her musicians include Justo Almario. She released a single in 2017 called Samba e Amor featuring Seu Jorge, to whom she has referred to be one of her favorite musicians. In 2018, Fialho collaborated with Jo Mersa Marley, Bob Marley's grandson, to release a single and music video called Um Beijo, this translates to English as “A Kiss”. On March 23, 2019, she married Rohan Marley, son of Bob Marley, in her home town of Montes Claros, Brazil. On August 1, 2019, she gave birth to Maria Fialho Marley.

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393rd Infantry Regiment (United States)

The 393rd Infantry Regiment is a U. S. Army Reserve regiment, assigned to 75th Infantry Division. Shield: Azure, over a pairle reversed Argent a castle Or. Crest: That for the regiments and separate battalions of the Army Reserve: From a wreath Argent and Azure, the Lexington Minute Man Proper; the statue of the Minute Man, stands on the common in Massachusetts. Shield: The shield is blue for Infantry; the pairle reversed represents the Allegheny and Mononaghela Rivers going to form the Ohio River at Pittsburgh, the location of the original unit. The castle is taken from the crest of the city coat of arms. Crest: The crest is that of the U. S. Army Reserves; the regiment was constituted 23 July 1918 in the National Army as the 393rd Infantry and assigned to the 99th Division. It demobilized on 30 November 1918. On 24 June 1921, the regiment was reconstituted in the Organized Reserves and was again to the 99th Division, with its headquarters at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. On 15 November 1942 the regiment was sent to Camp Van Dorn, Mississippi.

After subsequent training at Camp Maxey, the regiment was shipped to the European Theater of Operations. Following the conclusion of World War II, the regiment returned to the United States and was inactivated 20 September 1945 at Camp Patrick Henry, returning to its previous status as a reserve unit. On 29 October 1998 the regiment was relieved from assignment to the 99th Infantry Division and on 17 October 1999 as the 393rd Regiment and assigned to the 75th Division

Kilcormac/Killoughey GAA

Kilcormac/Killoughey GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the areas of Kilcormac and Killoughey, County Offaly, Ireland. The club was founded in 1986 and fields teams in football; the club won its first Offaly Senior Hurling Championship in 2012 and retained the title in 2013. Stephen Byrne is the current manager. Leinster Senior Club Hurling Championship: 2012 Offaly Senior Hurling Championship: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017 Offaly Intermediate Hurling Championship: 2006 Offaly Intermediate Football Championship: 1998, 2013 Offaly Junior A Hurling Championship: 1990, 1999 Offaly Junior Football Championship: 2002, 2006, 2012 Offaly Minor Hurling Championship: 2012 Dan Currams Liam Currams Danny Owens Colm Cassidy Official Site

The Master and Margarita (1994 film)

The Master and Margarita is a Russian film made by director Yuri Kara, based on the novel The Master and Margarita by the Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov. Although the film was made in 1994, it was not released until April 4, 2011, played only in Russia. Despite its large budget and a well-known cast, the producers decided not to release it because they found the director's cut to be unacceptable; the soundtrack, recorded by Alfred Schnittke, was released on CD. When journalist Valeriy Kitshin of the Rossiyskaya Gazeta saw the film in a private screening at the Moscow International Film Festival in 2005, he tried to convince the producers to release it. However, Sergey Shilovsky, the grandson of Mikhail Bulgakov's third wife Elena Sergeevna, claimed to have the copyright on Bulgakov's literary inheritance, asked for payment. Shilovsky sold the rights to producer Scott Steindorff of Stone Village Productions, who commissioned Caroline Thompson to write the script. On November 15, 2010, the Russian film distributor Luxor announced that they had bought the rights to the film.

It was on April 4, 2011. Luxor shortened the film to 118 minutes from the original director's cut, 240 minutes long. Copies are available on bootleg disks of low image quality; the film is an adaptation of Margarita by Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov. Three storylines are interwoven; the first is a satire of the 1930s, the period during which Joseph Stalin is in power in the Soviet Union. The devil Woland comes to Moscow to have his annual spring ball of the full moon, he and his companions challenge corrupt profiteers. The second story, set in Jerusalem, describes the inner struggle of Pontius Pilate before and after the conviction and execution of Jesus; the third part tells the love story between a nameless writer in Moscow in the 1930s and his lover, Margarita. He has written a novel on Pontius Pilate, a subject, taboo in the anti-religious atheistic Soviet Union. Margarita: Anastasiya Vertinskaya The Master: Viktor Rakov Woland: Valentin Gaft Ivan Bezdomny: Sergey Garmash Pontius Pilate: Mikhail Ulyanov Korovyev: Aleksandr Filippenko Behemoth: Viktor Pavlov Yeshua Ha-Nozri: Nikolai Burlyayev Kaifa: Vyacheslav Shalevich Azazello: Vladimir Steklov Meister und Margarita I - 1:47 Voland - 2:26 Foxtrot - 1:04 Tango - 0:59 Marche Funebre - 1:12 Boléro - 15:00 Meister und Margarita II - 1:50All tracks composed by Alfred Schnittke, except the Boléro.

The Master and Margarita on IMDb Master i Margarita on the Master & Margarita website