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Chambers County, Texas

Chambers County is a county in the U. S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, the population was 35,096; the county seat is Anahuac. Chambers County is one of the nine counties that comprise Greater Houston, the metropolitan statistical area of Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land. Mission Nuestra Señora de la Luz, a Spanish mission in Texas, was established in 1756 near what is now Wallisville. Chambers County was founded in 1858, it is named for a major general in the Texas Revolution. In 2019 Atlas Air Flight 3591, a cargo flight operating for Amazon Air, crashed in the Trinity Bay, in Chambers County and near Anahuac, while flying from Miami to Houston. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 871 square miles, of which 597 square miles are land and 274 square miles are water; the south and southwestern parts of the county lie in the Galveston Bay Area on the shores of Trinity Bay and East Bay. A small portion of the southeastern area lies on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico.

Liberty County Jefferson County Galveston County Harris County Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge Moody National Wildlife Refuge As of the census of 2000, there were 26,031 people, 9,139 households, 7,219 families residing in the county. The population density was 43 people per square mile. There were 10,336 housing units at an average density of 17 per square mile; the racial makeup of the county was 81.88% White, 9.77% Black or African American, 0.48% Native American, 0.67% Asian, 6.02% from other races, 1.18% from two or more races. 10.79 % of the population were Latino of any race. There were 9,139 households out of which 40.60% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 65.70% were married couples living together, 9.00% had a female householder with no husband present, 21.00% were non-families. 17.80% of all households were made up of individuals and 6.70% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.82 and the average family size was 3.20. In the county, the population was spread out with 28.90% under the age of 18, 8.20% from 18 to 24, 29.90% from 25 to 44, 24.00% from 45 to 64, 9.00% who were 65 years of age or older.

The median age was 35 years. For every 100 females, there were 100.60 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 99.80 males. The median income for a household in the county was $47,964, the median income for a family was $52,986. Males had a median income of $43,351 versus $25,478 for females; the per capita income for the county was $19,863. About 8.30% of families and 11.00% of the population were below the poverty line, including 13.30% of those under age 18 and 12.60% of those age 65 or over. District 4: Brandon Creighton - first elected in 2014. District 23: Mayes Middleton - first elected in 2018. Goose Creek CISD Barbers Hill ISD Anahuac ISD East Chambers ISD Interstate 10 State Highway 61 State Highway 65 State Highway 99 a.k.a. - Grand Parkway State Highway 146 See List of Highways in Chambers County for more roadways in Chambers County. The county operates two airports in unincorporated areas: Chambers County Airport is east of Anahuac Chambers County-Winnie Stowell Airport serves Stowell and WinnieIn addition, RWJ Airpark, a owned airport for public use, is located in Beach City.

The Houston Airport System stated that Chambers County is within the primary service area of George Bush Intercontinental Airport, an international airport in Houston in Harris County. Oak Island Stowell Winnie List of museums in the Texas Gulf Coast National Register of Historic Places listings in Chambers County, Texas Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks in Chambers County Chambers County government's website Chambers County in Handbook of Texas Online from The University of Texas at Austin Chambers County, TXGenWeb Focuses on genealogical research in Chambers County

Wesley Blake

Cory James Weston is an American professional wrestler. He is working full-time for WWE, where he performs on the NXT brand under the ring name Wesley Blake. Working as Wesley Blake, he is a member of the "Forgotten Sons" stable alongside Steve Cutler and Jaxson Ryker working as a heel. Blake teamed up with Buddy Murphy in 2014 and 2015 under the name Blake and Murphy, managed by Alexa Bliss and won the NXT Tag Team Championship, he wrestled under the name Corey Weston on the Florida independent circuit for Dory Funk Jr.'s Funking Conservatory where he won several championships. Weston signed with WWE in 2013 and portrayed a cowboy gimmick in NXT for the first year with the company. Weston and professional wrestler Sara Lee have a daughter together. Cory James Weston wanted to be a wrestler since the age of 3, he became a student of Dory Funk Jr.'s wrestling school, the Funking Conservatory, appearing on the school's! Bang! TV show under his real name of Cory Weston. After graduating from university, Weston moved to Ocala, Florida in 2011, where the Funking Conservatory was located.

Documented to have been wrestling there since May 2011, Weston managed to become the Funking Conservatory World Champion, as well as the European Champion and the Florida Heavyweight Champion. Weston wrestled against Jerry Lawler in an eight-person tag team match in May 2013, Lawler's first match since suffering a heart attack in September 2012. Weston signed with WWE in June 2013 and reported to NXT in July 2013 when the WWE Performance Center opened. Weston made his television debut as Wesley Blake on the January 22, 2014 episode of NXT with the character of a cowboy and lost his debut match to Adrian Neville. Blake continued in his jobber role with losses in singles matches to the likes of Adam Rose, Mason Ryan and Sin Cara, as well as a loss in a tag-team match against the Ascension with Cal Bishop as his partner. In August 2014, Blake formed a tag team with Buddy Murphy. On the August 14 episode of NXT, Blake and Murphy were defeated in the first round of a number one contender's tag team tournament by Kalisto and Sin Cara known as The Lucha Dragons.

For the rest of 2014, Blake and Murphy lost multiple matches to teams such as The Lucha Dragons and The Vaudevillains. In October 2014, Blake and Murphy were involved in a tag-team battle royal to determine the number one contenders to the NXT Tag Team Championship. Blake and Murphy defeated The Vaudevillains on the January 21, 2015 episode of NXT and a week defeated The Lucha Dragons to win the NXT Tag Team Championship. At NXT TakeOver: Rival and Murphy, now billed by their last names, defeated The Lucha Dragons in a rematch for the titles. Following that and Murphy started a feud with Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady, who were intent on capturing the tag titles. At NXT TakeOver: Unstoppable, they retained their NXT Tag Team Championship against Amore and Cassady after interference from Alexa Bliss, who aligned herself with them. After several successful title defenses and Murphy lost the championships to The Vaudevillians at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn, ending their reign at 219 days. On the May 18, 2016 episode of NXT, after losing to Shinsuke Nakamura and Austin Aries and Blake walked away from Murphy, teasing a split for the team.

Following Bliss's main roster call-up in the 2016 WWE draft, Blake was used sporadically on NXT television as an enhancement talent, with his final televised appearance being a match against Murphy on the October 12 episode of NXT, which ended in a no-contest as both men were attacked by an interfering Samoa Joe. After a long absence from television, Blake returned on the May 10, 2017 episode of NXT, confronting Drew McIntyre in a backstage segment. On the May 24, 2017 episode of NXT, returning to his previous cowboy gimmick, Blake lost in a match against McIntyre, he was absent from television for the remainder of 2017, forming a tag team with Steve Cutler at NXT live events as "The Forgotten Sons". On the August 29, 2018 episode of NXT, Blake returned to TV along with Steve Cutler and Jaxson Ryker, being interrogated by William Regal about the attacker of Aleister Black; the next week, The Forgotten Sons defeated The Street Profits. Blake made his video game debut in WWE 2K16 as a downloadable character and appears in WWE 2K17.

His name is shortened to Blake in both games. Weston hails from Texas, he and his younger sister were brought up by their single mother. He graduated from Texas State University, There, he was a strength instructor and played college football. Weston played football at the all-state high school level, including for the Medina Valley Panthers in 2005, where he played as the middle linebacker. Weston is in Sara Lee. On May 1, 2017, their first child, a daughter that they named Piper was born. Funking Conservatory FC European Championship FC Florida Championship FC Heavyweight Championship Pro Wrestling Illustrated PWI ranked him No. 121 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2015 WWE NXT Tag Team Championship – with Buddy Murphy/Murphy Wesley Blake on Twitter Wesley Blake on Facebook Wesley Blake on WWE.com Cory Weston's profile at Dory Funk Jr.'s website, with downloadable videos Cory Weston's videos on YouTube, uploaded by Dory Funk Jr

Mogochinsky District

Mogochinsky District is an administrative and municipal district, one of the thirty-one in Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia. It is located in the east of the krai and borders China in the south; the area of the district is 25,500 square kilometers. Its administrative center is the town of Mogocha; as of the 2010 Census, the total population of the district was 25,508, with the population of Mogocha accounting for 52.0% of that number. The district was established on January 4, 1926. Министерство территориального развития Забайкальского края. 1 января 2014 г. «Реестр административно-территориальных единиц и населённых пунктов Забайкальского края», в ред. Распоряжения №209-р от 10 июня 2014 г... Законодательное Собрание Забайкальского края. Закон №316-ЗЗК от 18 декабря 2009 г. «О границах муниципальных районов и городских округов Забайкальского края», в ред. Закона №770-ЗЗК от 26 декабря 2012 г. «О внесении изменений в Закон Забайкальского края "О границах муниципальных районов и городских округов Забайкальского края"».

Вступил в силу через десять дней после дня официального опубликования. Опубликован: "Забайкальский рабочий", №239–242, 21 декабря 2009 г.. Законодательное Собрание Забайкальского края. Закон №317-ЗЗК от 18 декабря 2009 г. «О границах сельских и городских поселений Забайкальского края», в ред. Закона №1070-ЗЗК от 31 октября 2014 г. «О внесении изменений в Закон Забайкальского края "О границах сельских и городских поселений Забайкальского края"». Вступил в силу через десять дней после дня официального опубликования. Опубликован: "Забайкальский рабочий", №239–242, 21 декабря 2009 г

My Way (Herman Brood album)

My Way is a posthumous compilation album with music by Dutch rock and roll and blues artist Herman Brood, released shortly after his suicide on 11 July 2001. The album produced a number one single, the first of Brood's career: "My Way" reached number one on 18 August 2001. On the Dutch album chart, the album reached #5 on 20 October 2001, stayed on the chart for 57 weeks, it was certified gold in 2002. "My Way" reached number one on 18 August 2001 and stayed there for three weeks, spending 14 weeks on the chart. Herman Brood - piano, vocals Monica Tjen Akwoei - vocals Bertus Borgers - saxophone Freddy Cavalli - bass Josee van Iersel - vocals Danny Lademacher - guitar Ani Meerman - drums Robert Jan Stips - keyboards Floor van Zutphen - vocals Robin Freeman - sound engineer

Michael Resnik

Michael David Resnik is a leading contemporary American philosopher of mathematics. Resnik obtained his B. A. in mathematics and philosophy at Yale University in 1960, his PhD in Philosophy at Harvard University in 1964. He wrote his thesis on Frege, he was appointed Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1967, Professor in 1975, University Distinguished Professor in 1988. He is Professor Emeritus of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and resides in rural Chatham County, North Carolina. Elementary Logic. 1970. Frege and the Philosophy of Mathematics. 1980. Choices: An Introduction to Decision Theory. 1987. Gefwert, Christoffer. Mathematical Objects and Mathematical Knowledge. ISBN 978-1-85521-638-9. Mathematics As a Science of Patterns. 1997. "On Skolem's Paradox". Journal of Philosophy. 1966. "On the Philosophical Significance of Consistency Proofs". Journal of Philosophical Logic. 1974. "Frege and Analytic Philosophy: Facts and Speculations". Midwest Studies. 1981.

Resnik, Michael D.. "Mathematics as a Science of Patterns: Ontology and Reference". Noûs. 15: 529–550. Doi:10.2307/2214851. JSTOR 2214851. Resnik, Michael D.. "Mathematics as a Science of Patterns: Epistemology". Noûs. 16: 95–105. Doi:10.2307/2215419. JSTOR 2215419. Resnik, Michael D.. "Logic: Normative or Descriptive?". Philosophy of Science. 52: 221–238. Doi:10.1086/289241. "Impartial Welfarism and the Concept of a Person". Erkenntnis. 1986. "Second-order Logic Still Wild!". Journal of Philosophy. 1988. "Between Mathematics and Physics". Philosophy of Science Association Proceedings. 1990. "A Naturalized Epistemology for Mathematical Objects". Philosophica. 1990. "Immanent Truth". Mind. 1991. "Proof as a Source of Truth". Proof and Knowledge in Mathematics, Ed. By Detlefsen. 1992. "Scientific vs. Mathematical Realism: The Indispensability Argument". Philosophia Mathematica. 1995. "Structural Relativity". Philosophia Mathematica. 1996. "On Positing Mathematical Objects". Frege: Importance and Legacy, M. Schirn, Ed. 1996. Philpapers.org Home page of Michael_Resnik

Golden Axe: Beast Rider

Golden Axe: Beast Rider is an action-adventure hack and slash video game for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, published by Sega and developed by Secret Level. It is the first 3D entry in the Golden Axe franchise; the game was released in North America on October 14, 2008 and in Europe on October 17. Beast Rider is the first Golden Axe game in 3D as opposed to slash. While this is a major shift in game style from the previous games, Beast Rider maintains many of the elements from the originals such as magic and riding beasts, as well as sending the player on a quest to defeat Death Adder. Gameplay is divided into three types: Campaign and Trials; each mode allows for the collection of tribute, used to increase magic strength and unlock weapons. Armor is unlocked as one progresses through Campaign. In the story mode of Beast Rider the player controls an amazon from the original games. Through the story mode the player is introduced to two non-player characters Gilius Thunderhead the dwarf and Tarik the Ax Battler.

Tribute is awarded at the end of each level based on the amount collected multiplied by the players performance during the level, which affects the players Class or "grade" per level. Such multipliers include time, damage taken and difficulty settings. Challenge mode plays the same including tribute and class at the end of each level. However, Challenge allows the player to replay any level completed in Campaign, in addition to being able to use any armor unlocked, as well as any weapon unlocked through the collection of tribute. Trials mode is the equivalent of the original's "Duel" mode, in which the player battles enemies of the selected level in an arena from that level; each level becomes available in Trials. The player must complete ten waves of enemies, plus three bonus waves featuring gnomes, without dying. Like the Challenges, Trials allows the player to select various armor and weapons unlocked in Campaign or through the collection of tribute; the main protagonist is an athletic young woman with red hair and green eyes.

She wears an outfit made with white paint over her eyes. She is a great warrior and defender of the Axirian Priestesses, a sect of dragon worshippers from the Isle of Axir. Tyris' skills in combat and magic are unsurpassed, but there is a danger rising over Axir that she must fear. Death Adder's armies are on the move, they are after the power of the ancient Dragon Titan. It is rumored that Death Adder fears something about the Titans, though nobody knows what power they possess over this dark lord. If he gains control over man and beast alike, it is unknown what will become of the world. Tyris uses sorcery to stop him; the project's development began in mid 2005 as Secret Level worked on a new game engine and toolset for the project. Most of the studio's directors were directly involved at this stage; the early progress was quick and impressive, leading Sega to move to acquire the studio on April 3, 2006. As part of E3 2006, Sega issued a press release touting a new entry to the Golden Axe franchise for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 A teaser trailer could be seen during the event.

During the summer of 2007, fans uncovered new sculptured models from the game. The October 2007 issue of Play magazine offered new details; the game was revealed to feature the return of Tyris Flare, the amazon warrior from the first installment of the series. With a heavy focus on riding beasts, the game received an M rating since dismemberments and nudity are present; the magazine claimed that the PlayStation 3 version was canceled and that the game would be an Xbox 360 exclusive. However, on October 19, 2007 Denny Chiu of Sega denied the Xbox exclusivity, stating "Completely untrue, it's coming to PS3 as well." While this game does only feature single-player, in a 2008 interview the senior producer stated that the second game in the franchise will feature co-op throughout. The 2008 issue of the annual "girls of gaming" put out by Play Magazine featured a number of images of Tyris. A postmortem of Golden Axe: Beast Rider by project producer Michael Boccieri, which appeared in the February 2009 issue of Game Developer Magazine, discussed the project's troubled development cycle.

Beast Rider received unfavorable reviews, with the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 version receiving Metacritic scores of 44/100 and 45/100 respectively. IGN gave it a 3.2/10 rating with a closing comment, "This is a game worth avoiding like the plague if the classic remains deep and warm within your heart." GamePro called it "poorly designed and utterly mediocre," "a terrible game that feels like a slap in the face to fans of the original franchise." TeamXbox gave the game a 6.8 rating. GameTrailers' sister site ScrewAttack.com's editor Ben Singer criticized it due to awkward controls, lack of music, frustrating combat. G4tv's X-Play gave the game 2/5 stars. Play scored Beast Rider a 9/10 in their October 2008 issue. Separately, in an editorial titled "Dave talks Golden Axe", Play editor Dave Halverson wrote "The majority of these people either didn't complete a fraction of the game, don't understand game design, or just plain suck at games", that "to score Beast Rider below a 7 is just irresponsible."

Official website Golden Axe: Beast Rider at MobyGames