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Cardigan Bay

Cardigan Bay is a large inlet of the Irish Sea, indenting the west coast of Wales between Bardsey Island, Gwynedd in the north, Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire at its southern end. It is the largest bay in Wales. Cardigan Bay has numerous beaches, a unique marine life. Much of the coast surrounding the bay is fertile farmland, dotted with towns and seaside resorts such as Fishguard, New Quay, Llanon, Borth, Tywyn, Porthmadog and Pwllheli on the Cambrian Coast. Smaller coastal villages include Cwmtydu and Llangrannog. Major rivers flowing into the bay include the Afon Glaslyn, Rheidol, Aeron and Mawddach; until the early 20th century, Cardigan Bay supported a strong maritime industry. Cardigan is located at the mouth of the River Teifi – hence the Welsh name, at the turn of the 19th century, the heyday of the port, it was a more important port than Cardiff. At this time more than 300 ships were registered at Cardigan—seven times as many as Cardiff, three times as many as Swansea; the central and northern areas of the Bay are the location of the legendary Cantre'r Gwaelod, the drowned "Lowland Hundred" or "Hundred under the Sea".

During the winter storms of 2014, parts of the lost ancient forest of Borth, which 4,500 years ago stretched on the boggy land to Ynyslas, reappeared on the shoreline in the form of preserved exposed tree stumps. Due to climate change and rising sea levels, the forest was buried under layers of peat and saltwater; the Cardigan Bay Special Area of Conservation was set up to preserve the natural wildlife in the area, both in the sea and on the surrounding foreshore. From the Ceredigion Coast Path it is possible to observe the Bay's "Big Three" species of harbour porpoise, grey seals, bottlenose dolphins, of which the Bay has the largest population in the UK. Other mammals, such as minke whales, Risso's dolphins and common dolphins, together with many species of sea birds, such as puffin, sharks, including basking sharks, can be seen. Since the late 1990s and early 2000s, the Bay has been invaded by spider crabs. Not a seafood consumed by British people, since 2010 the local fishermen have supplied the Michelin-starred restaurants of Raymond Blanc.

A military testing range was first established in Cardigan Bay during the Second World War. The range is controlled from a main operating base located near Aberporth, known as MOD Aberporth; the Range has played a significant part in the development and testing of a variety of military weapons. Today the Ministry of Defence range within Cardigan Bay provides a large secure safety area for the testing of air launched weapons and unmanned aerial systems; the Range is a significant employer in the West Wales area, employing some 200 people who work in direct support of the Range operation. The staff work with the local communities to foster good relationships, which are vital to ensure the successful operation of the Range; the Range Danger Area covers some 6,500 km2 of Cardigan Bay from sea level to unlimited height. To supplement the safe operation of the Range, there are a number of small outposts located on the edge of Cardigan Bay and the Llŷn Peninsula; these outposts contain equipment that enables the Range to assess the performance of weapons.

Qinetiq operates the Cardigan Bay/Aberporth Range on behalf of the MOD under the terms of a Long Term Partnering Agreement. The purpose of the agreement is to deliver defence test and training support services to ensure air launched weapon systems, associated sub-systems and UAS are safe and fit for purpose. Cardigan Bay Special Area of Conservation Cemaes Head General information Ceredigion coast path walks and Cardigan Bay information Dolphin video and pictures Atlantic Grey Seals and pictures MOD Aberporth - further details of the range programme Map showing extent of Aberporth Range Danger Area in Cardigan Bay

Jerry E. Hinshaw

Jerrold Eldon Hinshaw, known as Jerry E. Hinshaw, was a farmer and businessman from Tontitown in Northwest Arkansas, a Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives from 1981 to 1996 for the now District 93. Hinshaw represented the principal city of Springdale in Washington and Benton counties for eight consecutive two-year terms in the lower legislative chamber. A native of Sheridan in Hamilton County in central Indiana, Hinshaw was a first lieutenant in the United States Army during World War II. After the war, he worked in poultry production with the Ralston Purina Company in St. Louis, Missouri. In 1949, the industrial giant made Hinshaw the manager of southeastern sales in Jacksonville, Florida. In 1951, he joined Western Hatcheries in Dallas, having become vice president of that firm. In 1956, he became affiliated with a worldwide poultry concern. However, Hinshaw subsequently left poultry farming to concentrate on cattle production and operated five ranches in Arkansas and Missouri.

In 1964, Hinshaw was the unsuccessful Republican nominee for Arkansas's 3rd congressional district seat, having been defeated by the incumbent Democrat James William Trimble of Berryville. Two years in 1966, Trimble was unseated by the Republican nominee John Paul Hammerschmidt of Harrison, the first Republican to represent Arkansas in the U. S. House in the 20th century. In 1981, Hinshaw filled the House seat vacated after twelve years by Preston Bynum of Siloam Springs in Benton County. Hinshaw was only the third Republican; the first had been James Sheets of Siloam Springs, the representative from 1967 to 1968. During much of his tenure in the state House, Hinshaw was a colleague of fellow Republicans Richard L. Barclay of Rogers and Tim Hutchinson of Bentonville, both in Benton County. Several Republicans have filled the District 93 seat. Prior to his election to the legislature, Hinshaw served as a justice of the peace and for a single four-year term was a member of the Washington County Quorum Court.

He was a former president from 1967 to 1989 of the Springdale Housing Authority. He was a vice president of the Springdale Savings and Loan Association and one of the founders of the Tontitown Area Volunteer Fire Department; the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville honored Hinshaw for his contributions and service to the Department of Animal Science. Hinshaw wrote a column for the Springdale News and penned the history, Call the Roll: The First One Hundred Fifty Years of the Arkansas Legislature". In their years and Betty Hinshaw lived at the Rocking Chair Ranch on a scenic fishing lake at Tontitown near Springdale, he was a big-game hunter, horse breeder, a collector of antique cars. Hinshaw died at the age of eighty-six

Marco Sala (footballer, born 1999)

Marco Sala is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a left back for Serie B club Virtus Entella, on loan from Sassuolo. On 2 August 2018, Sala was loaned to Serie C club Arezzo on a 2-year loan deal. On 16 September he made his made his professional debut in Serie C for Arezzo in a 1–0 away win over Lucchese. On 7 October he was sent-off with a double yellow card in the 77th minute of a 0–0 away draw against Robur Siena. Three weeks on 21 October, he scored his first professional goal in the 92nd minute of a 2–0 home win over Albissola. On 25 November he scored his second goal in the 73rd minute of a 2–0 away win over Piacenza. Sala ended his first season to Arezzo with 2 goals and 8 assists. On 30 June 2019, Sala joined Sassuolo. On 6 August 2019, Sala joined to newly Serie B promoted club Virtus Entella on loan until 30 June 2020. On 11 August he made his debut for the club in a 2–1 home defeat against Südtirol in the second round of Coppa Italia, he played the entire match. On 24 August he made his Serie B debut for Virtus Entella in a 1–0 home win over Livorno, he played the entire match.

He made his debut with the Italy U21 on 6 September 2019, in a friendly match won 4–0 against Moldova. As of 9 November 2019 Inter Primavera Campionato Nazionale Primavera: 2016–17, 2017–18 Supercoppa Primavera: 2018 Torneo di Viareggio: 2018 Marco Sala at Soccerway

John Paul Scott (geneticist)

John Paul Scott was an American behavior geneticist and comparative psychologist known for his research into the development of social behavior, which he pursued through studies in animal models including the dog. Scott & his collaborator John L. Fuller are memorialised in the Fuller-Scott prize, offered annually by the Behavior Genetics Association, he received a B. Sc. Zoology from the University of Wyoming, studying under his father, John W. Scott. After taking out a Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford University under E. B. Ford, he completed a Ph. D. in Psychology from the University of Chicago, where he studied under renowned scholar of genetics and evolution, Sewall Wright. Scott's first academic position was at Wabash College, where he chaired the department of Zoology from 1935 to 1945; as his sociobiological research developed, he moved to the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine. Here he chaired the division of behavior studies, continuing to develop his comparative approach, combining animal behavior in the service of understanding and ameliorating human problems.

Moving to Bowling Green State University, he took up a Regents Professorship in Psychology, founded the Center for the Study of Social Behavior. His research was wide-ranging and characterised by the diversity of species he used to gain insights into social behavior: from inbred house mice, to studying leadership and dominance in goats, social behavior and organization in sheep. Scott's main published output lay in works on animal behavior, and, in particular, the behavior of dogs, crowned by his seminal "Genetics and the Social Behavior of the Dog", he was a fellow of the AAAS, ABS, APA, was elected president of three societies. Scott was a co-founder of the International Society for Research on Aggression and the Animal Behavior Society; the Behavior Genetic Association awarded him its highest honour, the Dobzhansky Award for Eminent Research. Scott, John Paul. Animal Behavior Scott, John Paul. Aggression Scott, John Paul. Genetics and the Social Behavior of the Dog

Princess Madeleine, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland

Princess Madeleine of Sweden, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, is the second daughter and youngest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia. Upon her birth, she was third in line of succession to the Swedish throne, she is seventh in the line of succession. Princess Madeleine is married to British-American financier Christopher O'Neill, they have Princess Leonore, Prince Nicolas and Princess Adrienne. Madeleine was born on 10 June 1982 at 19:05 CEST at Drottningholm Palace and is a member of the Swedish royal family from the House of Bernadotte, she was christened at The Royal Palace Church on 31 August 1982, her godparents being her father's maternal cousin the Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, her maternal uncle Walther L. Sommerlath, her father's paternal cousin Princess Benedikte of Denmark, her paternal aunt Princess Christina, Mrs Magnuson, she was given the honorary title of Duchess of Gästrikland. It was the first time since the early 17th century that a Swedish ducal title included more than one province.

From 1985–1989, Madeleine began her education at Västerled Parish Pre-School. In the autumn of 1989, she entered Smedslättsskolan in Bromma. For the intermediate level, she proceeded to Carlssons School in Stockholm, went on to Enskilda Gymnasiet in Stockholm, which she attended at the senior level, she completed upper secondary school at Enskilda, from which she graduated in 2001. During the autumn of 2001, she lived in London. In the spring of 2002, she took a basic module in Introduction to Swedish Law and studied for the European Computer Driving Licence. In January 2003, she enrolled at the Stockholm University, she took 60 Swedish academic units in this subject. In the autumn of 2004, she began a course in ethnology at the same university, she speaks English and Swedish fluently, intermediate-level French. She graduated 23 January 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts in art history and modern history. During 2007, she studied child psychology at University of Stockholm. Madeleine is an enthusiastic equestrian.

She has owned horses and competed in showjumping under the name "Anna Svensson". She enjoys skiing, is interested in theatre and art. In recognition of her age of majority in 2001, a scholarship fund was created in her name by the Gävleborg province, which comprises her duchies of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, it supports young people involved in horse riding. In 2001, Madeleine first distributed such awards as'Pony Rider of the Year with trainer in Gävleborg' and'Gold Rider'. Madeleine undertakes various engagements on the people of Sweden, she participates in the celebrations of Sweden's National Day, the Nobel festivities and state visits with other members of the royal family. She represented Sweden at the opening of the New Sweden Gallery on 5 June 2011, at the American Swedish Historical Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which features an animated map of the New Sweden settlement by Sean Moir. Madeleine is the patron of the organisation Min Stora Dag, more known as My Big Day, she is affiliated with Europa Nostra, Carl Johan-League and the Royal Motorboat Club.

In 2006, she interned for UNICEF for six months in New York City and worked for the division of Child Protective Services. In 2012, she co-founded the ThankYou by Childhood campaign which works to raise awareness of the issues surrounding the sexual abuse of children and the work the World Childhood Foundation does to prevent it. In 2015, the Princess initiated the #EyesWideOpen campaign, it aims to increase the awareness about the sexual abuse of children. In conjunction with a high level meeting in New York in the autumn of 2016, the Princess presented the continuation of the campaign – an app that makes it easier for adults to prevent and react to sexual abuse and exploitation of children; the app is a collaboration between Darkness to Light and Ericsson. In February 2017, Princess Madeleine announced she was writing a children's book during a visit to London's Southbank Centre. On 28 January 2019, the Princess shared the book's cover via Instagram, she wrote: "I'm excited to share with you a book which will show children how important it is to stand up for themselves and to tell someone when something doesn't feel right."

The book titled Stella och hemligheten was published in support of the World Childhood Foundation and was released on 4 June 2019. On 11 August 2009, Madeleine announced her engagement to lawyer Jonas Bergström. Madeleine said in her engagement interview that they became engaged in Capri in early June 2009. An engagement dinner took place on the engagement day in Solliden Palace on Öland; the engagement could only take place after Bergström had been awarded the official approval of the Swedish Cabinet Regeringen and, communicated to her father, the King. The wedding was due to take place in the second half of 2010 but was postponed due to "many things happening in an intense period of time" her sister Victoria's wedding in June. Queen Silvia denied the rumoured relationship issues. However, media reporting of the relationship issues escalated, on 24 April 2010 it was announced that the wedding would not go ahead, the engagement was broken off. After her relationship with Bergström ended, Madeleine moved to New York City, where she worked for t


WHOF – branded Sunny 101.7 – is a commercial radio station, licensed to North Canton, serving both the Canton and Akron metro areas. Carrying a variety hits format under the My 101.7 brand, the station aired a Christmas music format until launching an adult contemporary format on December 26, 2018. Owned by iHeartMedia, the station is the local affiliate for programs hosted by nationally syndicated personalities Ron Wilson and Jim Brickman; the WHOF studios are located in North Canton. In addition to standard analog transmission, WHOF broadcasts over two HD Radio channels, is available online via iHeartRadio; the HD2 digital subchannel airs a Country format under the brand 99.7 Canton's New Country, is simulcast over Canton translator W259BW. WHOF began as WJER-FM, under license to Dover, Ohio, on July 25, 1968, the FM sister to WJER. On April 14, 2006, the Federal Communications Commission approved a request from the station's owners, iHeartMedia to move the WJER-FM city of license to North Canton, Ohio.

On December 27, 2006, the station adopted a new callsign, WHOF, signed off. On January 16, 2007, WHOF signed back on as My 101.7 with an adult contemporary format. On September 4, 2015, WHOF dismissed all on-air staff and began stunting with 80s music, teasing a change to come the following Tuesday at 8 am. At that time, rumors abounded; the "Something Different" turned out to be a 1980s-oriented variety hits format, as WHOF removed all current/recurrent music. The first song under the variety hits format was "My Town" by the Michael Stanley Band. On November 19, 2018, My 101.7 flipped to its seasonal Christmas music format and on their website, it said to tune in on December 26, at 9 a.m. to hear a new format. This is pretty odd since the Variety Hits format that My 101.7 was ranked number 3 in the market with a 5.0 share. On December 26, 2018 at 9 am, WHOF launched an adult contemporary format, branded as "Sunny 101.7". Country music accounts for all regular programming on the HD2 digital subchannel.

Branded 99.7 Canton's New Country, WHOF-HD2 simulcasts over Canton translator W255BW, owned and operated by iHeartMedia. The transmitter for W259BW is located in Canton on a tower utilized by WHOF and full-power sister station WRQK. WHOF-HD2/W259BW serves as the regional affiliate for The Bobby Bones Show. Official website Query the FCC's FM station database for WHOF Radio-Locator information on WHOF Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WHOFQuery the FCC's FM station database for W259BW Radio-Locator information on W259BW