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Clare

Clare may refer to: Clare Range, a mountain range in Victoria Land Clare, South Australia, a town in the Clare Valley Clare Valley, South Australia Clare, an electoral district Clare, Nova Scotia, a municipal district Clare, County Westmeath, a townland in Killare civil parish, barony of Rathconrath Clare Island, County Mayo Clarecastle, a village in County Clare Clare Clare Clare County Clare, one of the 32 counties of Ireland River Clare, County Galway Clare, Mpumalanga, a town in Mpumalanga province Clare, County Antrim, a townland in County Antrim, Northern Ireland Clare, a townland in County Armagh, Northern Ireland Clare, County Down, a townland in County Down, Northern Ireland Clare, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland Clare, Suffolk, a small town Clare railway station, a closed station Clare, Illinois, an unincorporated community Clare, Indiana, an unincorporated community Clare, Iowa, a city Clare, Kansas, an unincorporated community Clare, Michigan, a city Clare, New York, a town Clare County, Michigan Clare, includes a list of people with this name Clare, includes a list of people with this name de Clare, a noble family in medieval England Saint Clare of Assisi, foundress of the Order of Poor Ladies and companion of Saint Francis Amice de Clare, daughter of Gilbert de Clare, 5th Earl of Hertford Gilbert de Clare, various noblemen Clare GAA, responsible for Gaelic games in County Clare Earl of Clare, an extinct title created three times, once each in the peerages of England, Great Britain, Ireland Viscount Clare, an extinct title in the Peerage of Ireland, created twice Cyclone Clare, which struck Western Australia in 2006 USS Abel P. Upshur, a destroyer traded to the Royal Navy and renamed HMS Clare at the beginning of the Second World War Clare College, Cambridge, a constituent college of the University of Cambridge The Clare, a residential skyscraper in Chicago, United States Contact lens acute red eye, an inflammatory condition of the cornea due to overwearing of contact lenses "Clare", a song by Fairground Attraction Saint Clare Clare Hall Clare Valley Clair Clara

Ian Stenton

Ian Stenton is a former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1960s and 1970s. He played at representative level for Yorkshire, at club level for Castleford and Hull F. C. as a centre, i.e. number 3 or 4. Ian Stenton won a cap for Yorkshire while at Castleford, he played right-centre, i.e. number 3, in the 34-8 victory over Lancashire at Wheldon Road, Castleford on 24 February 1971. Ian Stenton played left-centre, i.e. number 4, in Castleford's 7-2 victory over Wigan in the 1970 Challenge Cup Final during the 1969–70 season at Wembley Stadium, London on Saturday 9 May 1970, in front of a crowd of 95,255. Ian Stenton played right-centre, i.e. number 3, in Castleford's 7-2 victory over Swinton in the 1966 BBC2 Floodlit Trophy Final during the 1966–67 season at Wheldon Road, Castleford on Tuesday 20 December 1966, played left-centre, i.e. number 4, in the 8-5 victory over Leigh in the 1967 BBC2 Floodlit Trophy Final during the 1967–68 season at Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds on Saturday 16 January 1968.

Search for "Stenton" at rugbyleagueproject.org Ian Stenton Memory Box Search at archive.castigersheritage.com

1986 Hall of Fame Bowl

The 1986 Hall of Fame Bowl was a college football bowl game featuring the Boston College Eagles and the Georgia Bulldogs. It was the inaugural edition of the Hall of Fame Bowl. Georgia started the scoring on a 7-yard James Jackson run. Boston College got on the board after Lowe made a 23-yard field goal at 7–3. In the second quarter, quarterback Shawn Halloran threw a 4-yard touchdown strike to Peter Casparriello giving BC a 10–7 lead. Troy Stradford scored on a 1-yard touchdown run, Lowe added a 37-yard field goal for Boston College to take a 20–7 halftime lead. In the third quarter, Georgia scored on a 28-yard field goal by Jacobs. With Boston College driving, Gary Moss returned an interception 81 yards for a touchdown, Georgia was within 20–17. In the fourth quarter, James Jackson scored on a 5-yard touchdown run. Shawn Halloran's 5-yard touchdown pass to Kelvin Martin with no time left gave Boston College a 27–24 win

Alexis Vila

Alexis Vila Perdomo is a Cuban professional mixed martial artist competing for the World Series of Fighting. An accomplished wrestler, Vila is a two-time World Champion and 1996 Olympic bronze medallist. At the 1996 Summer Olympics he won the bronze medal in the Freestyle Light Flyweight category. Born and raised in a rough neighborhood in Villa Clara, Vila began getting into street fights from a young age. After winning multiple titles in wrestling and earning a bronze medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Vila defected to the United States in 1997 and found a job coaching at Michigan State University where he worked with future UFC fighters Rashad Evans and Gray Maynard. In 2004, Vila accidentally crashed his car into Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Though no one was hurt, authorities mistakenly believed it to be attempted terrorism and Vila was charged with airport violence and sent to prison for three years. Upon his release, Vila began his career in mixed martial arts.

Vila made his Bellator debut by defeating Featherweight Champion Joe Warren in the quarterfinals of the Bantamweight tournament at Bellator 51. Vila won by controversial split decision. In the finals, Vila faced Eduardo Dantas for the Season 5 Bellator Bantamweight Tournament Championship, he lost the fight via unanimous decision. Vila's next fight was against Luis Nogueira in the Quarterfinals of the Season 6 Bantamweight Tournament. Vila lost via unanimous decision. Vila faced Josh Rettinghouse in a Bantamweight bout at World Series of Fighting 6: Burkman vs. Carl on October 26, 2013, he lost the fight via unanimous decision. Vila faced Sidemar Honorio at WSOF 8, he won the bout via unanimous decision. Vila faced Brandon Hempleman at WSOF 12 on August 9, 2014. Vila lost via unanimous decision. Vila faced Brazilian prospect Marcel Adur at Fight Time 23: Mayhem In Miami on February 6, 2015, he lost the fight via body kick TKO. He has a daughter in Cuba, he married Adriana Vila Perdomo in Miami on April 26, 2012, but divorced.

She is now married to fellow Cuban boxer Joel Casamayor. On April 23, 2018, Vila was arrested for charges including 2nd degree murder. Evans, Hilary. "Alexis Vila". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Alexis Vila at United World Wrestling Professional MMA record for Alexis Vila from Sherdog

List of mayors of Barberton, Ohio

The following is a list of Mayors of the City of Barberton, Ohio. The mayor is the head of the executive branch of Barberton's government, a city in Summit County near Akron, in the North-Eastern portion of Ohio. Mayors were elected annually becoming every other year. In 1976, the four-year term took effect and has been used since. There have been 28 mayors of Barberton, serving 30 distinct terms; the longest term was held by Randy Hart, who served for 15 years. Catherine Dobbs became the first woman mayor in 1956; the current mayor is William Judge, who took office on January 1, 2011. Democratic Republican Taylor, Phyllis. 100 Years of Magic: The Story of Barberton 1891-1991. The Summit County Historical Society Press. Pp. 7–8. ISBN 096218957X

Bursting Out with the All-Star Big Band!

Bursting Out with the All-Star Big Band! is a 1962 studio album by Oscar Peterson. "Blues for Big Scotia" – 5:55 "West Coast Blues" – 3:57 "Here's That Rainy Day" – 4:03 "I Love You" – 2:39 "Daahoud" – 2:57 "Tricrotism" – 4:12 "I'm Old Fashioned" – 4:27 "Young and Foolish" – 4:51 "Manteca" – 4:04 Oscar Peterson - piano Ray Brown - double bass Ed Thigpen - drums Nat Adderley - cornet Roy Eldridge - trumpet Jimmy Nottingham Ernie Royal Snooky Young Clark Terry - trumpet, flugelhorn Jimmy Cleveland - trombone Paul Faulise Slide Hampton Melba Liston Britt Woodman Ray Alonge - french horn Jim Buffington Willie Ruff Morris Secon Julius Watkins Don Butterfield - tuba Cannonball Adderley - alto saxophone Norris Turney James Moody - tenor saxophone Jerome Richardson George Dorsey - baritone saxophone Seldon Powell Ernie Wilkins - conductor, arranger