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Kriukivshchyna

Kriukivshchyna is a village in the Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion of Kiev Oblast in northern Ukraine. Predating the modern village, at the end of 16th century this territory belonged to a settlement called Yurevychi, it became known as Kryvkovshchyna, derived from anthroponym Kryvko-Kryvkovych, the family of local landowners circa 16th century. The name had changed to Kriukivshchyna due to loss of historical connections. Lavrentii Pokhylevych writes in his "Story of Kiev Governorate's Settlements": "Kriukivshchyna is a village in 2 versts from the village of Hatne near an unnamed stream, which dries up in summer on an elevated plain with rare, for these places, shrub copses. 642 dwellers as well as 12 Jews live here together with Shakhravshchyna. Shakhravshchyna is a separate part of the village by the river Veta, it is populated by the descendants of a Moldovan named Davyd who married a Ukrainian woman in Monastyrysche. That's. In addition to this local folks tell that on a hill between Shakhravshchyna and Kriukivshchyna, where traces of some kind of settlement can be seen, a knyaz Shakhrai once lived, who owned all the neighboring villages.

There's a tract near Shakhravshchyna called Tur's valley. A story says that some 200 years ago Kriukivshchyna and Shakhravshchyna were surrounded by dense forests. Kriukivshchyna and Yurivka belonged to St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery before all estates were taken from the monasteries…" "Exaltation of the Cross wooden church, 5th class. Has in 1852 on expense of the treasury. Yurivka is included in the parish." Kriukivshchyna on the official website of Verkhovna Rada

The Fall of Princes

The Fall of Princes is a long poem by English poet John Lydgate. It is based on Giovanni Boccaccio's work De Casibus Virorum Illustrium, which Lydgate knew in a French translation by Laurent de Premierfait, entitled Des Cas des nobles hommes et femmes. Lydgate's poem was written in the years 1431-38, it is composed of some 36 thousand lines. It is made up of rhyme royal stanzas: The poem tells about lives and tragic deaths of many historical and legendary persons. A sixteenth-century poem The Mirror for Magistrates by various authors is a sequel to The Fall of Princes. Scans of the version edited by Dr. Henry Bergen, published 1923-1927 for the Early English Text Society: Part I Part II Part III Part IV e-text version of the EETS edition

FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup

FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup is a video game developed by EA Sports and DICE for the Xbox 360. The game is an licensed product of the 2006 FIFA World Cup finals held in Germany. FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup World Cup mode only includes UEFA qualification groups for the 2006 World Cup. Released in 2005, this was the first FIFA game for a 7th Generation console. Road to FIFA World Cup is an Xbox 360 exclusive and preceded the release of 2006 FIFA World Cup game on the PS2, Xbox 360, other consoles by several months, it offers superior graphics to previous versions, though at the expense of many gameplay features. For the first time in the FIFA series, it allows the player to practise shooting against the goalkeeper while each match is loading; the game was met with mixed reception upon release, as GameRankings gave it a score of 62.55%, while Metacritic gave it 62 out of 100. FIFA 06 2006 FIFA World Cup FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup at MobyGames

Richard Longenecker

Richard N. Longenecker is a prominent New Testament scholar. For many years he taught at Wycliffe College in the University of Toronto, he was Distinguished Professor of New Testament at McMaster Divinity College. He is now retired, his education includes B. A. and M. A. degrees from Wheaton College, a Ph. D. from New College in the University of Edinburgh. He was honored with a D. D. from Wycliffe College. Longenecker is the author of numerous books and over fifty published articles in scholarly and professional journals, he authored a major commentary on Paul's Epistle to the Romans, published by Eerdmans in the "New International Greek Testament Commentary" series in 2016. In 1994, a Festschrift was published in his honor. Gospel in Paul: Studies on Corinthians and Romans for Richard N. Longenecker included contributions from N. T. Wright, James Dunn, Klyne Snodgrass. Longenecker, Richard N.. The Ministry and Message of Paul. Contemporary Evangelical Perspectives. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan. ISBN 978-0-310-28341-6.

———. New Testament Social Ethics for Today. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-81992-5. ———. "Acts". In Gaebelein, Frank E.. John and Acts. Expositor's Bible Commentary. 9. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan. ISBN 978-0-310-36510-5. ———. Galatians. Word Biblical Commentary. 41. Thomas Nelson. ISBN 978-0-8499-0240-6. ———. The Christology of Early Jewish Christianity. Regent College Publishing. ISBN 978-1-5738-3029-4. ———. Patterns of Discipleship in the New Testament. McMaster New Testament Studies. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-84169-8. ———. Road from Damascus: The Impact of Paul's Conversion on His Life and Ministry. McMaster New Testament Studies. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-84191-9. ———. Biblical Exegesis in the Apostolic Period. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-84301-2. ———. New Wine into Fresh Wineskins: Contextualizing the Early Christian Confessions. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson. ISBN 978-1-5656-3098-7. ———. Into God's Presence: Prayer in the New Testament. McMaster New Testament Studies.

Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-84883-3. ———. The Challenge of Jesus' Parables. McMaster New Testament Studies. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-84638-9. ———. Community Formation: In the Early Church and in the Church Today. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic. ISBN 978-0-801-04696-4. ———, ed.. Life in the Face of Death: The Resurrection Message of the New Testament. McMaster New Testament Studies. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-84474-3. ———. Paul, apostle of liberty. Twin brooks series. Regent College Publishing. ISBN 978-1-5738-3005-8. ———. Contours Of Christology In The New Testament. McMaster New Testament Studies. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-81014-4. ———. "Acts". In Longman, Tremper. Luke-Acts. Expositor's Bible Commentary. 10. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan. ISBN 978-0-310-23500-2. ———. Studies in Paul and Theological. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press. ISBN 978-1-905-04867-0. ———. Studies in Hermeneutics and Discipleship. New Testament Monographs. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press.

ISBN 978-1-905-04868-7. ———. Introducing Romans: Critical Concerns in Paul's Most Famous Letter. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-86619-6. ———. Paul, Apostle of Liberty: The Origin and Nature of Paul's Christianity. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-84302-9. ———. The Epistle to the Romans. New International Greek Testament Commentary. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN 978-0-802-82448-6. ———. "'Son of man' as a self-designation of Jesus". Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. 12: 151–58. ———. "Can We Reproduce the Exegesis of the New Testament?". Tyndale Bulletin. 21: 3–38. ———. "'Son of Man' Imagery: Some Implecations for Theology and Discipleship". Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. 18: 3–16. ———. "Prolegomena to Paul's Use of Scripture in Romans". Bulletin for Biblical Research. 7: 145–68. The Jesus of History and the Christ of Faith: Some Contemporary Reflections

Tatanagar Junction railway station

The Tatanagar Railway Station station code TATA, is the main railway station serving the city of Jamshedpur in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Tatanagar is a Junction station and is located on the Howrah-Chakradharpur-Mumbai line of the Indian Railways, it handles around 100 trains each day. The Tatanagar Railway Station is more than a century old. Sakchi was identified as the ideal site for the envisaged steel plant in December 1907. In 1910, the village Kalimati, near to sakchi got itself a railway station on BNR's Howrah-Bombay route; the railways from on were the life-line of the steel plant established by the Tatas. The name of the Railway station was changed to Tatanagar in honour of its founder Jamsetji Tata. Tatanagar—Rourkela section was the second 25 kV AC electrified section of the country, the first being Burdwan-Mughalsarai; the Tatanagar Railway Station was built by famous Railway Contractor of the town Nanji Govindji Taunk and his son Ranchhod Nanji Taunk of Nanji Govindji & Sons of Bistupur, who belonged to KGK Community, a community noted for their contributions in building Railway lines of India.

Tatanagar railway junction is an important station in the Howrah—Mumbai route, to other places such as New Delhi, Chennai and Orissa. It is the large station of South Eastern Railway, it falls under South Eastern Railway Chakradharpur railway division. More than a 100 trains ply from this route at any given day, it is a major transit point for citizens from various parts of the state. It is one of the busiest trunk routes section of Eastern India due to being in the main line for passengers as well as goods train, it has 5 platforms. 5 are for major trains. Jamshedpur South Eastern Railway Adityapur Tatanagar Junction Map Jamshedpur travel guide from Wikivoyage