Akeem Bloomfield is a Jamaican track and field athlete specializing in sprint events. Running for Auburn University, he finished second in the 400 meters at the 2018 NCAA Championships behind Michael Norman of USC, his time of 43.94 ranks #17 on the all-time list, one of only 18 human beings to run the distance under 44 seconds. 15 days he signed a professional contract with Puma. Less than a month Bloomfield ran a 200 metres in 19.81, at the London Anniversary Games. Video on YouTube. Bloomfield had never run under 20 seconds before, so his win was so unexpected, race announcers didn't announce him as the winner until 20 seconds after the race when his name came up on the results display; that time ranked him on the top 25 all-time list, joining Michael Johnson and Isaac Makwala as the only men to make both the current 200 and 400 lists. Earlier in the season, Bloomfield finished second to Norman at the 2018 NCAA Indoor Championships. Norman set the world record of 44.52 in that race, Bloomfield's 44.86 ranks him at No. 6 on the all-time list and is the Jamaican indoor record.
Bloomfield had run for Kingston College. At the 2015 Jamaican National Championships, Bloomfield set the Jamaican Junior Record for 400 meters at 44.93. Information from World Athletics profile or Track & Field Results Reporting System unless otherwise noted. Diamond League Rabat: 2018 London: 2019 Birmingham: 2019World Indoor Tour Glasgow: 2020 Diamond League London: 2018 Akeem Bloomfield at World Athletics Akeem Bloomfield profile at TFRRS
Arabacı Ali Pasha was a short-term Ottoman grand vizier from 1691 to 1692. His epithet arabacı means "charioteer" in Turkish, an allusion to his practice of sending his political enemies to death or exile in a certain tumbrel, he was born in Ohrid of Albanian ethnicity. After serving in various government offices, he became a subordinate of Köprülü Fazıl Mustafa Pasha, appointed as a grand vizier; the empire was engaged in Great Turkish War. Fazıl Mustafa Pasha temporarily halted Austrian advance but was killed in action during the Battle of Slankamen. Five days Ahmet II, the sultan appointed Ali Pasha as the new grand vizier. Ali Pasha was expected to command the army like his predecessor and mentor Köprülü Fazıl Mustafa Pasha had done. However, Ali Pasha preferred contributing to the Ottoman defeats, his inattentiveness to military affairs and harsh methods towards his potential opponents caused him to lose the support of the sultan. On 21 March 1692, he was deposed. Ali Pasha was first exiled to Gelibolu and to the island of Rhodes.
Ssireum or Korean wrestling is a folk wrestling style and traditional national sport of Korea that began in the fourth century. In the modern form each contestant wears a belt that wraps around the thigh; the competition employs a series of techniques, which inflict little harm or injury to the opponent: opponents lock on to each other's belt, one achieves victory by bringing any part of the opponent's body above the knee to the ground. With the introduction of Chinese culture, there have been other terms for "wrestling" in Korean used alongside ssireum, such as gakjeo, gakryeok, chiuhui, jaenggyo. Gak, a used prefix, seems to have originated from the combative act performed by horned animals such as oxen when competing against one another for the superiority of physical strength. Ssireum turns the torso about from 45 degrees to 90 degrees; this is done by shifting the opponent's weight onto his leg pushing back his weight toward the floor. The earliest evidence of ssireum dates back to the Goguryeo period.
Used in military applications, ssireum became a popular pastime of the people, including many Korean kings, during the Goryeo and Joseon periods. In traditional life, ssireum was a popular activity on the Korean holiday of Dano, the fifth day of the fifth lunar month, tournaments are held in the summer and autumn. Ssireum competitions were held on other days such as the Third Day of the Third Moon, the Eighth day of the Fourth Moon and Buddhist All Souls’ Day.. The traditional prize at a tournament was an ox, a valuable commodity in an agriculturally based society and symbolizing the strength of the contestant. In the 20th century, ssireum became a nationally televised sport in South Korea; the first modern competition was held in 1912 at Dansongsa theater in Seoul. Korean wrestling has been referred to as ssireum since the 1920s; the Pan Chosun Ssireum Federation was founded in 1927. Since 1947, the competition organized by the Ssireum Federation has been called the National Ssireum Championship Contest.
Weight classes were introduced at the 12th edition of this competition and revised in 1967. There are two traditional styles of ssireum: a "right-sided" style predominant in parts of Gyeonggi Province and the Honam region of southern Korea and a "left-side" style favored in the Gyeongsang and Chuncheong provinces; the difference depends on the way. In 1994, the Korean Ssireum Federation proposed the unification of ssireum into a single left-sided style as the official style to be used by all competitors. On November 26, 2018, Korea's Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Unesco included traditional Korean wrestling, following an unprecedented joint application by both Koreas. Ssireum is conducted within a circular ring, measuring 7 meters in diameter, covered with mounded sand; the two contestants begin the match by kneeling on the sand in a grappling position, each grabbing a belt—known as a satba —which is wrapped around his opponent's waist and thigh.
The wrestlers rise while retaining their hold on the other's'satba.' The match is awarded to the wrestler who forces the other contestant to touch the ground with any part of his body at knee level or higher. Unlike sumo, pushing your opponent outside of the ring does not warrant a win, just a restart. Professional ssireum is contested in a best-out-of-three style match. There are a chief referee and three sub referees; the chief judge is positioned inside the ring, whereas the sub referees are located on the outside of the ring, one to the right and others to the left. If an unfair judgment is called or the chief referee is unable to render a decision, the sub referees can request a revocation of the decision or a rematch. In addition, they can recommend the cessation of the match; the referees’ decisions throughout the competition are absolute and held in the highest regard, meaning that athletes cannot challenge any judgments declared during the match. Today there are women Ssireum wrestlers.
Women follow the same rules. There are 4 weight classes in professional wrestling: flyweight, lightweight and heavyweight, named after the four famous peaks in Korea. Traditionally Ssireum was contested with the top portion of the trousers rolled down to provide grip; the use of "satba" was invented with the birth of professional Ssireum in the mid-20th century. There is a movement to restore this traditional method of grip, in the spirit of maintaining its cultural and traditional roots, but it has met with some resistance as the use of "satba" has become entrenched in the modern form; the professional league is dwindling in popularity and many wrestlers have turned their attention to mixed martial arts fighting though Ssireum involves no striking or submissions of any kind, as a means of making a living. Choi Hong-man, former champion of Ssireum, is enjoying notable success in the K-1 scene; the future of professional Ssireum remains bleak, with only one team remaining. However, it can be argued that Ssireum is beginning to undergo global expansion as a popular martial arts sport, alongside taekwondo and hapkido.
It is important to note the differences between sumo. Ssireum has remained a national/traditional sport. Physical hits such as slaps and blows are not permitted in Ssireum. In both sports, the competitors are
Beintehaa known as Salame Ishq Daastaan Mohabbat Ki is a 2013 Hindi-language Indian television series. The show launched on 30 December 2013 and ended on 21 November 2014, it starred Preetika Rao and Harshad Arora. The show returned with the same episodes but a different name, Salaam-E-Ishq Daastaan Mohabbat Ki and was brodacast on Rishtey; this series has been dubbed in Tamil as Alaipayuthey on Raj TV. The series has been dubbed in Turkish and aired in Kanal 7 channel in the name Benimsin; the series has been dubbed in South Africa in the name Endless Love on Glow tv. The series has been dubbed in Bosnia and Herzegovina and aired in OBN TV channel in the name Aaliya. Zain Abdullah, a charming boy brat, Aaliya Haider, a cultured and pretty girl, have been rival cousins since childhood; when they grow up and meet each other after several years, a series of misunderstandings leads to them being forced to marry. Zain wants to get rid of her, as he only wanted to have girlfriends. Zain's brother, Fahad Abdullah, has two wives, Nafisa Khan, Shazia, who hate each other.
Fahad married twice because his first wife Nafisa did not give birth to a son and Suraiyya and Zain's mother, wanted a male heir. Zain and Aaliya come closer and become friends when they help Fahad who has landed in trouble with some goons. Meanwhile, Aaliya's sister, Aayat Haider, gets into trouble and Zain, without telling anyone, helps Aayat out. Zain is injured. During the investigation, Aaliya finds out how Zain helped Aayat and that his accident was caused by Rocky Singh, a guy who owned a brothel who had deceived Aayat and who Zain helped put in jail. Suraiyya, who dislikes Aaliya her which makes Aaliya leave the house. Zain finds out and brings her back home. Fahad, along with his and Zain's father, Osman Abdullah, plan to make Aaliya fall in love. In the meantime, the truth about Barkat Abdullah, Zain's long lost sister, is revealed. Barkat was kidnapped by Mir Khan; this is why Suraiyya dislikes her family. Aaliya promises to bring Barkat back. Zain and Aaliya find Barkat and a joyous Suraiyya starts liking Aaliya and her family again, which makes Shazia and Nafisa, her other daughters-in-law, unhappy.
Enters Zubair Qureshi, Aaliya's cousin. Zain feels jealous. Seeing Aayat close to Zubair, Rizwan Khan, Nafisa's brother and Zain's best friend, who has fallen for Aayat feels Jealous. At a party, Zain is led to believe that Aaliya loves Zubair and he humiliates her. Aaliya, leaves a message asking him to realise his mistake. Osman advises him to get Aaliya. Zain and Aaliya express their love for one another. Preetika Rao as Aaliya Haider, Zain's wife, Zayed's mother, Rocket's love and Rehan's Temporary wife. Harshad Arora as Zain Abdullah, Aaliya's husband, Zayed's Father, Rocket Fernandez, Zain's look-alike who loved Aaliya. Suchitra Pillai as Surraiya Abdullah and Zain's mother Naved Aslam as Osman Abdullah and Zain's father Vivek Madan as Fahad Abdullah, Zain's elder brother and Shazia's husband, Aroob and Saif's father Gunjan Vijaya as Nafisa Abdullah, Fahad's first wife and Sana's mother Namrata Pathak as Shazia Abdullah, Fahad's second wife, Saif's mother Rituraj Singh as Ghulam Haider and Aayat's father Riva Bubber as Shabana Haider and Aayat's mother Vikas Grover as Rizwan Khan, Zain's best friend, Nafisa's brother, Aayat's husband, Kashish's father Shivangi Joshi as Aayat Haider, Aaliya's younger sister, Rizwan's wife, Kashish's mother Nandish Sandhu as Rehan Khan, Zain & Aaliya's friend, Aaliya's temporary husband Astha Agarwal as Rehan Khan's first wife Raju Kher as Dr. Habeeb Khan, Rehan's father Imran Khan as Rahim Qureshi, Zareena's husband, Surraiya's brother-in-law and Zain's uncle, Bilal's father Kamya Panjabi as Zareena Qureshi, Surraiya's sister and Zain's aunt, Rahim's wife, Bilal's mother Neel Motwani as Bilal Qureshi, Surraiya's nephew and Zain's cousin brother and Rahim's son Dimple Jhangiani as Barkat Abdullah/Bobby Mir Khan and Aayat's cousin sister Ankush Bali as Rafeeq Qureshi Mohit Sinha as Sarju Mohit Malhotra as Zubair Qureshi and Aayat's cousin brother Sunil Sinha as Mir Khan, Ghulam's cousin brother and Aayat's uncle, Bobby's father Wasim Faras as Zeeshan Ahmed, Aaliya's ex-fiancé Vaishali Jhulka as Asmita Ahmed Farook Qaasi as Mohsin Ahmed Gaurav Devaiyya as Omar Ahmed Priya Shinde as Sanam, Zain's ex-fiancée Vishesh Bansal as Zayed Abdullah and Aaliya's son Puru Chibber as Rocky Singh Sanaya Irani as Parvati Ashish Sharma as Rudra Tina Datta as Meethi Mrunal Jain as Akash Dipika Kakar as Simar On 31 May 2014, Beintehaa had a crossover with the TV show Rangrasiya.
Johnson's Baby is an American brand of baby cosmetics and skin care products owned by Johnson & Johnson. The brand dates back to 1893. Product line consists of baby powder, body lotions, massage oil, shower gels and baby wipes; the brand has reputation for making baby products that are "exceptionally pure and safe" since at least the 1980s. Johnson's Baby Powder was an invention of Dr. Frederick B. Kilmer, company's first director of scientific affairs. In 1892 he got a letter from a physician noting that patient suffered skin irritations after using medicated plasters. Kilmer suggested to use scented Italian talcum powder to mitigate the irritation and sent a can to the doctor. Baby Powder debuted in 1893 and went to the market in 1894; the earliest Baby Powder was in a yellow and red tin with a label "For Toilet and Nursery”. According to Robert Shook, sanitary napkins were included in the young mother's kit but never considered a separate product until customers asked the company for it. In 1893 the talc was packaged in a box, distributed to midwives and given to mothers following childbirth.
The mothers liked it so much, the company started to sell it in drugstores. In the midwife's box were twelve sanitary napkins. Prior to this, there was no such product available to purchase. After the company received hundreds of letter from women wanting to know where they could buy these products, the company started to manufacture them – the first company to make sanitary napkins in the United States; the first baby to appear on Johnson's Baby powder label was Mary Lea Johnson Richards, granddaughter of Robert Wood Johnson I. Johnson's Baby Powder has a particular scent that for many Americans is associated with the smell of the baby itself. According to Johnson & Johnson's representative Fred Tewell, baby powder-scented cleaning products became a standard not only to cosmetics, but to diapers as well. Johnson's Baby cream was introduced in 1921. According to Margaret Gurowitz, Johnson & Johnson's corporate historian, in 1921 the company released its first "Baby Gift Box" that contained small packages of Baby Powder, Baby Cream and Baby Soap and "was designed as a small gift that people could take when visiting a family with a new baby".
Introduced in 1938 Johnson's Baby massage oil was advertised nationwide since 1943 as a complementary product to Baby Powder. Referred as the "Pink Brand", Johnson's Baby Lotion appeared in 1942. "No More Tears" shampoo was introduced in 1953. As noted by Nunes and Johnson: In 1953 Johnson & Johnson introduced its No More Tears baby shampoo. Targeting this particular use involved a real soap breakthrough, with the company introducing amphoteric cleansing agents to consumer use. Though these agents are not as effective as traditional soaps, they are mild, which makes them quite easy on the eyes and perfect for a baby's sensitive but not-too-dirty skin. Designing this new category of cleaners for this user segment enabled Johnson & Johnson to capture a category it still dominates today, more than fifty years later. Within six months of its introduction, Johnson & Johnson had captured 75 percent of the baby shampoo market, a share it held as as 1995. In 1955 Johnson & Johnson placed advertising at the "Adventures of Robin Hood TV series for Band-Aid and Johnson's baby shampoo.
The was advertised with the tagline "Johnson's can't burn eyes"."No More Tears" has been registered as a trademark only since 1959. "No More Tangles" shampoo debuted in 1971. In 1976 the brand entered publishing business with the book "Infant development program: birth-12 months" by Richard A. Chase, followed by "The First wondrous year: you and your baby" by Chase and Richard R. Rubin. Johnson's baby wipes appeared in 1980 as Johnson's Baby Wash Cloths; the product was renamed "wipes" sometime during 90s. In 1994 it was advertised as a better option for cleansing baby skin than water due to mild, pH-neutral cleansing lotion that wipes contain. Sun screen was introduced in Spring 1991. Head-To-Toe ultra mild cleanser was introduced in 1997. Bedtime Bath introduced in 2000 was the first of products known as Johnson’s Baby Bedtime range with four products that contain lavender and camomile. In 2001 Bedtime lotion was advertised in magazines like "Working Mom Magazine" as "The world's first lullaby in a lotion".
In 2015 the brand launched the "So much more" campaign focused on multi-sensory experiences highlighting the benefits of such experiences for baby's development. The company has been using "Best for the Baby – Best for You" tagline since the early days; some examples of such advertising can be spotted as early as 1913, when only Johnson's Baby Powder existed. Sometime in the beginning of 70s Johnson & Johnson started marketing baby products to families, promoting so-called "family usage"; the strategy has been a success. By the 80s Johnson's Baby grew market share in the adult market due to the perception that "baby products are milder than others". In 1985, for instance, 70 percent of Johnson's Baby powder in the United States was used by adults. Johnson's Baby products are used for non-baby occasions. For example, Johnson's Baby Oil is used as a facial cleanser, by male strippers as well as a lubricant in some sexual practices. In December 1985 two physicians urged parents not to use baby powder, stating that it was unsafe to inhale a