Claudia Allen is an American playwright and educator based in Chicago, Illinois. She is known for writing LGBT characters in her plays, for Hannah Free, for her association with the Victory Gardens Theater. Claudia Allen was born on October 2, 1954, grew up in Clare, Michigan, she attended the University of Michigan, graduating with a Bachelor's degree and a Master's degree in English. In 1979, Allen left Michigan for Chicago. Allen began writing, depicting the lesbian and bisexual characters she felt. 11 of Allen's 24 produced plays have lesbian bisexual main characters. Allen is "out and proud."Allen wrote throughout the 1980s without getting produced. Her works have been featured and produced around Chicago, such as her play They Even Got the Rienzi, one of only two works by women in the Great Chicago Playwrights Exposition by Victory Gardens and Body Politic theaters in 1987. In the late 80s and early 90s, Allen developed a relationship with the creative team at Victory Gardens, saw her plays produced there in number.
Allen's most produced lesbian play is Hannah Free, which premiered at Chicago's Bailiwick Repertory Theatre in 1992. Allen wrote the screenplay of the 2009 film, Hannah Free, starring Sharon Gless, she wrote the novelization, Hannah Free: the Novel. Allen has taught at DePaul University, Northwestern University, University of Chicago, Lake Forest College, Western Michigan University. Claudia Allen has collections of scripts, drafts and other documents with DePaul University Special Collections and Archives, with the Chicago Public Library. Allen is an original member of the Victory Gardens Playwrights' Ensemble, founded in 1996, she partnered with Sandy Shinner, the associate artistic director of Victory Gardens. Allen premiered many works at Victory Gardens, including I Sailed with Magellan and Fossils, Deed of Trust, The Long Awaited and Still Waters, Unspoken Prayers, Hanging Fire. Allen has won two Jeff Awards for New Works, for The Long Awaited in 1989 and for Still Waters in 1991. Allen's Jeff nominations for New Works include Winter in 1999, Xena Live Episode 2: Xena Lives!
The Musical in 2002, I Sailed With Magellan in 2007. Allen's play. Allen was named Best Playwright by Chicago in 1999. In 2000, Allen received a Trailblazer Award from Bailiwick Repertory Theatre
The 2013–14 Miami Heat season was the franchise's 26th season in the National Basketball Association. They entered the season as three-time defending Eastern Conference champions and as two-time defending NBA champions, having defeated the San Antonio Spurs in the 2013 NBA Finals in seven games. In defeating the Spurs in 2013, the Heat handed the Spurs their first-ever series loss in the NBA Finals; the 2013-2014 season was the Heat's fourth and final season playing with the "Big Three" of Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Chris Bosh and their sixth season under head coach Erik Spoelstra. In a rematch of the previous year's Eastern Conference Finals, the Heat defeated the Indiana Pacers in six games to become the first team to win four consecutive Eastern Conference championships since the Boston Celtics did so in the 1984-1987 seasons. Miami's quest for a three-peat ended when the San Antonio Spurs, whom they met in a rematch of the 2013 NBA Finals, won the NBA Finals by a 4-1 margin. Following the season, LeBron James left the Heat in free agency to rejoin the Cleveland Cavaliers and Ray Allen retired.
June 27: The 2013 NBA draft took place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. July 1: 2013 NBA free agency began. March 3: LeBron James had a career-high 61 points against the Charlotte Bobcats, his 61 points were a franchise-high, breaking Glen Rice's record, who scored 56 points against the Orlando Magic in 1995. April 28: The Heat completed a sweep over the Charlotte Bobcats in the Eastern Conference first round, advancing to the Conference Semi-finals. May 14: The Heat avenged their regular-season sweep loss over the Brooklyn Nets in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Semi-finals, by a game-saving steal by LeBron James from Joe Johnson, they advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals for the fourth consecutive year. May 30: The Heat defeated the Indiana Pacers in game six of the Eastern Conference Finals, to advance to the NBA Finals for the fourth consecutive year. June 15: Their season ended when they lost to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 5 of the 2014 NBA Finals, 104–87, their loss marked the first time that The Heat have been eliminated from title contention since their loss to the Dallas Mavericks in the 2011 NBA Finals.
The Heat did not have a pick in the 2013 NBA draft. 2014 or 2015 first-round draft pick from Philadelphia Philadelphia's first-round pick to Miami protected for selections 1-14 in 2014 or 1-14 in 2015.
Muhammad Hadin bin Azman is a Malaysian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Kedah in the Malaysia Super League and Malaysia national team. He began his youth career at CIMB-YFA Bintang Muda before signing for Harimau Muda B in 2012, he represented Malaysia U-19 since 2012. Known for his pace and trickery, Hadin is said as one of the brightest football prodigies of his age in Malaysia. Hadin Azman joined Harimau Muda B in 2012 at the age of 18. Together with the team, he played in the Malaysia Premier League and scored several goals and assists in the process. Due to his creditable performance during the 2012 season of Malaysia Premier League, he has attracted minor interests from PSV Eindhoven and Vitesse Arnhem of Eredivisie before was loaned out to Johor Darul Ta'zim for 2012 Malaysia Cup campaign, he scored 2 goals in 4 games during the tournament. Despite being offered contracts from several clubs, he opted to play for Johor Darul Ta'zim, signing a lucrative 3-year contract deal with the club, under the guidance of team manager, Fandi Ahmad and head coach, Ismail Ibrahim.
There are other notable players who signed for the southern side, such as ex-internationals Daniel Güiza, Simone Del Nero, Malaysia national football team regular starters namely Safiq Rahim, Aidil Zafuan, Norshahrul Idlan and few others. Dubbed as the "Dream Team of Malaysian football", Hadin remains as one of the youngest players in the elite squad. After his contract is terminated, Hadin joined Felda United playing for their President Cup U21 squad in 2015. Hadin represented Malaysia at Under-18 and Senior team, representing Malaysia at a Senior team, he played in several international competitions such as Asian Schools Tournament U-18, Hassanal Bolkiah Tournament U-21, RHB Singapore Cup. Hadin represented Malaysia at senior team, representing Malaysia, his first international caps is played against Singapore on 7 October 2016. As of match played 28 January 2020. Hadin represented Malaysia at senior team, representing Malaysia, he first international caps is played against Singapore on 7 October 2016 As of match played 14 November 2016.
Malaysia score listed first, score column indicates score after each Hadin Azman goal. As of 5 September 2019 Felda United Malaysian Premier League: 2018 CIMB Foundation Sports Scholarship Manchester United Premier Cup Regional Best Player Manchester United Premier Cup Grand Prix Malaysia Best Player Hadin Azman at Soccerway Hadin Azman at National-Football-Teams.com The Official Blog Talent Management Affiliate
Saya is a Chadic dialect cluster of Nigeria. Dialects according to Ethnologue: Ntumu Okak Sigidi Gambar The prestige dialect is Lusa. Blench gives the name Guus; the term "Sayawa" was the name issued to them by Hausa speakers "saya" in English means "buy", so Sayawa means "buyers" in Hausa. When Sayawa migrated from Chad to their present location, they were rich culturally, they were self-sufficient in farming and exchange of goods and services. Whenever Hausa speakers want to sell goods, they said "let's go to'sayawa' or'buyers' they will not fail when it comes to purchasing; that is. To Sayawa speakers, "Zaar", their real name down from Chad to their present location. Zaar means "Person of the land" meaning person of self relying on farming; the Sayawa are said to have come far from the east to the present Chad Republic between the 9th and 13th centuries. It is believed that they migrated together with the Jarawa, Warjawa in Ningi Local Government Area, Angasawa, Surawa and Mupun in Plateau state.
There are great similarities of language with Warjawa, Babur/Bura, Kilba and Terawa. The Sayawa language is one of the Chadian group of languages, it is believed that there was a strong relationship between Sayawa and Gobir because of the similarity of tribal marks. The Libyo-Berber civilization is given by Palmer as existing from 500 B. C. to A. D. 406 in the Hausa states of today. These were raided by Yemen Arabs about A. D. 900 and in A. D. 1000 by some Nien race, again in A. D. 1349-1385 by the Mandigoes. The Zaar left Ngazargamu with their relations, namely: Jarawa, Femawa, Surawa, Mupun, Babur/Burra. Margi and Kilba to various places but first stopped at Biu to the wilderness now known as Duguri or Yankari area; the area included the resent Alkaleri Local Government area and some parts of Bauchi Local area and Kanam Local Government council in Plateau State. It was from this area that sayawa divided themselves into various groups and proceeded to their present permanent settlements in Tafawa Balewa Local Government Area.
According to the interview with the Barayan Bauchi, Mallam Umaru Sanda in January, 1980, the Sayawa were living in various hills before coming down to low land during the Jihad as result of peace treaty with the Jihadist. The first group went to Mwari/Bogoro hills. In every settlement in the hills, there were more than ten clans. Members of the first settlement included Bogoro, Gwarangah, Gambar Zugum, Kurum, Tudun Wadan-Gyara, Yola, Mingil, parts of Basanshi, Malar, Dashem SongSong and Wandi; the second settlement, Dazara comprises 16 hamlets in Boi village and Dinki hamlets in Bogoro village. The third settlement include Sang, Zuya, Tafare, Lim Hamlets, Zango Malima, etc; the fourth settlement, Wadi/Sara, includes the Wadi and Sara hamlets and part of Rafawa, Lafiyan Sara, etc. The fifth settlement, Lusa/Sur/Dunga, includes Lusa, Malar, Gwaska, Gizaki, Unguwar Galadima, etc; the Sayawa call Tapshin Sur, because Sur is their original name and most of them migrated from there. There is another Sur close to Lusa and it is believed that their offspring are the people of Tapshin.
The sixth settlement, Kulung/Gamar, includes Gambar Lere and all the hamlets around Gambar and some parts of Bijim and Sabonlayi. The seventh settlement, Kundum/ Wur, includes all Kundum and Wur hamlets including the Sayawa speaking areas surrounding the hills. Wur mean hill in Sayanci; the eighth settlement, Zari/Kwabti, includes all the surrounding hamlets, otherwise known as Barawa. Barawa is another name for Sayawa in Jarawa language, so the entire Sayawa ethnic group is known as Barawa. Neighbours from the southern parts, Angas, call Sayawa "Morgi"; the real name for the ethnic group is "Zaar" the Hausa call them Sayawa, the Jarawa call them "Barawa" and the Angas call them "Morgi". Others from the eighth settlement include Zari Babba, etc.. Zari is the only Sawaya town; the ninth settlement, includes the remaining Sayawa speakers in Boi village, apart from the Dazara hamlets. Others include parts of Malar Giji and Malar Daji. Many other settlements were established. Most of the Sayawa tradition or cultural heritage are organized during festivals and burial ceremonies.
Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara Suleiman E. Bogoro Rifkatu Samson Danna Baba Peter Gonto Hon Barr Bukata zhyadi former bogoro local governmen chairman
The 2011–12 season is Bologna Football Club's 102nd in existence and 4th consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football. Having parted ways with Alberto Malesani during the offseason, Bologna began the season with a new head coach, Pierpaolo Bisoli. Under Bisoli, Bologna started the Serie A season poorly, they managed just 1 point from their first five league games, while scoring only 2 goals and conceding 10. Following the 2–0 defeat to Udinese, Bologna sacked Bisoli after five games in charge and replaced him with Stefano Pioli. Pioli took over the club, himself having been fired by Palermo earlier in the season. In Pioli's debut, Bologna picked up their first win of the season with a 2–0 victory away to Novara, they continued to find their footing in the league winning three of the first four games under their new manager. Bologna finished the season in ninth place; the club was led by their captain Marco Di Vaio, who scored 10 goals for the club and formed a lethal attacking trident alongside Alessandro Diamanti and Gastón Ramírez.
Prior to the end of the season, Di Vaio announced it would be his last at Serie A, as he bid farewell to Bologna in order to finish his career with the Montreal Impact of Major League Soccer. The kits for the 2011–12 season were made by Macron; the home kit features blue stripes with yellow inserts. The home shorts are white with blue details; the away kit is a white shirt with blue details, paired with blue shorts. The third kit is sky blue with red and blue details, a tribute to Uruguay, as a way to celebrate the historic "twinning" between Bologna and the South American country that has provided the Rossoblù many foreign players in its history; the main sponsor for the season's shirts is NGM Mobile, with Serenissima Ceramica sponsoring the home kits and Manifatture Ceramiche on the away uniforms. Includes all competitive matches; the list is sorted by shirt number. Includes all competitive matches. Updated to match played 20 May 2012Source: Competitions The fixtures for the 2011–12 Serie A season were announced by the Lega Serie A on 27 July.