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County executive

A County executive, County manager or County mayor is the head of the executive branch of government in a United States county. The executive may be an appointed position; when elected, the executive functions either as a voting member of the elected county government, or may have veto power similar to other elected executives such as a governor, president or mayor. When appointed, the executive is hired for a specific period of time, but can be dismissed prior to this; the position of an appointed county executive is analogous to that of a city manager, is similar to a chief administrative officer, depending on the state. The executive is given full responsibility for the total operation of all departments based on general directives provided by the elected county government that hired the executive; the title for a person holding this position is "County Executive" in many states but other titles are used, including County Judge, County Judge/Executive in Kentucky, Mayor in some counties, County Mayor in Hawaii and Tennessee.

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Olivier Chansou

Olivier Chansou was born on 1965, is a French public servant. Since 27 November 2017, he is the director-general of the École nationale de l'aviation civile. A graduate from the ENAC and holder of a Master of Science in IT and parallelism, he began his career at the Directorate General for Civil Aviation as Head of the embedded equipment department at the « STNA » in Paris from 1990 to 1995, he is deputy of the real-time equipment department from 1995 to 1998 deputy Head of the technical staff office at the « DSNA » from 1998 to 2002, Head of the systems and methods department at the Directorate of Air Navigation Services from 2002 to 2006. Head of the Air Traffic Control center of Bordeaux and staff Deputy Director of the DGAC, Olivier Chansou manages four departments of the DSNA South-West from 2012 to 2017; the 27 November 2017, he is appointed by the French President Emmanuel Macron CEO of the ENAC, succeeding Marc Houalla

All-time Cleveland City Stars roster

This list comprises all players who have participated in at least one league match for Cleveland City Stars since their first season in the USL in 2007. Players who were on the roster but never played a first team game are not listed. A "†" denotes players who only appeared in a single match. Pato Aguilera Gerardo Alvarez Paul Ballard Teteh Bangura Joshua Boateng Sallieu Bundu Evan Bush Eric Carpenter Nigel Codrington Max Cream Stephen Cruickshank Jack Cummings John DeVae Glen Duerr Floyd Franks Leo Gibson Steve Gillespie Hunter Gilstrap Alioune Gueye Stéphane Guillaume John Michael Hayden Neil Hlavaty Jason Hotchkin Ben Hunter Randolph Jerome George Josten Ryan Junge Ibrahim Kante Warren Kanu Skelly Kellar Gordon Kljestan Kolby LaCrone Angelo Ladera Spencer Lappin Tre Lee Ian Leibbrandt Chris Lemons Kiel McClung Dana McGregor Ryan Miller Adam Moffat Brandon Moncrief Nate Norman Tomiwa Ogunsola Arsene Oka Musa Otieno Caleb Patterson-Sewell Anthony Peters Ricardo Pierre-Louis Derek Potteiger Eric Reed Stephen Rigby Troy Roberts Adam Ruud Kwame Sarkodie Mark Schulte Chris SeitzAdriano Sella Israel Sesay Ryan Stewart Anthony Stovall Godfrey Tenoff Jeremy Tolleson Aaron Tredway Julian Valentin Austin Washington † Josh Westermann Luke Williams Jed Zayner "USL-1 Team History". United Soccer Leagues. Archived from the original on 2013-02-08. Retrieved 2019-05-14

James Douglas, 1st Earl of Morton

James Douglas, the 4th Lord of Dalkeith, was created the 1st Earl of Morton in 1458. He was the son of James Douglas, 2nd Lord of Dalkeith and Elizabeth Gifford, daughter of James Gifford of Sheriffhall, his father resigned all his estates to James in 1456. James was created Earl of Morton in 1458 upon his marriage to Joan Stewart, the daughter of James I, King of Scots, she was a deaf-mute. The Earl entered into a marriage contract with Patrick Graham, Bishop of St. Andrews between the Bishop's niece and John Douglas, the Earl's eldest son and heir. In turn the Grahams, the Bishop, his brother and nephew, allied themselves to the Earl and pledged to assist him in recovering the diverted lands of Whittingehame and Morton, it appears, that this pledge was intended to draw the Earl of Morton into a conspiracy that included the Bishop, Lord Boyd and his party. Robert Boyd, 1st Lord Boyd who, as one of the Regents during the minority of James III of Scotland, took possession of the young king and married his son to the king's elder sister, for which crimes he was attainted for high treason.

The Earl of Morton did not participate since he sat on the jury which convicted the Boyds. Bishop Graham was excommunicated and deposed; the lands of Whittinghame and all rights over the barony of Morton, Dumfriesshire were resigned into the Earl's hands in 1473-4 and in that same year he recovered the lordship of Dalkeith increasing the Earls vast estates. He re-endowed the collegiate church at Dalkeith his 3rd great-grandfather founded and he founded St. Martha's Hospital in Aberdour in 1474; the Earl died on 22 October 1493. His wife Joan predeceased him by 4 months dying on 22 June 1493; the Earl and Countess of Morton were buried together in the choir of the parish church of St. Nicholas Buccleuch, known as the Dalkeith Collegiate Church, in Dalkeith, south of Fife and east of Edinburgh, in Midlothian, Scotland. Known as the Morton Monument, their tombs are covered with their stone effigies, complete with their armorial bearings; the choir is now in the ruins, leaving the tombs out in the open, where, in a few centuries, the elements have erased their faces.

Their hands, pressed together in prayer, were to have been destroyed during the Reformation. Today, as one of the visitors remarked, "nce crisply carved and detailed with heraldic devices", the tombs have "the look of sand sculptures after the tide has washed in and retreated". Due to their historical value, in 2005 a team of volunteers and preservationists created a protective canopy over their effigies, he and his wife Joan were the parents of: 2nd Earl of Morton. James, appeared in several writs 1466-1480. Janet, married bef. 1 February 1490-1 to Sir Patrick Hepburn, 1st Earl of Bothwell. Elizabeth, she was mentioned in a charter of 1479. Charles Cawley, "Scotland, Earls Created, 1162-1398: Earls of Morton", Medieval Lands: A propsography of medieval European noble and royal families

Petri Oravainen

Petri Oravainen is a Finnish footballer, who represents KuPS in the Veikkausliiga, the Finnish premier division. Oravainen, 177 cm tall, plays as a winger on both left and right side, he made his debut at the senior level in 2001 at the age of 18. Oravainen joined HJK as a thirteen-year-old. Before moving to Finnish top club's youth team, he had played in smaller junior clubs in the capital area. In 2001, he debuted in the first team and was said to be one of the most talented youth players in the league. In 2004, he was called up to the national team for the first time. However, a run of injuries disturbed his development and he could not live up to the high expectations, he became one of the fans' favourites and his pace was a danger for many opponents. He decided to take a look at playing abroad and signed a contract with FC Zwolle in the Dutch Eerste Divisie in 2006, he had a good start, but after another injury to his ankle he was out for several months and lost his place in the first team.

After 16 matches and 4 goals, he moved back to HJK Helsinki. In the 2008 season he played a total of 20 league games for'Klubi' in which he scored four times.'Pexi' had a big share in the victory over FC Honka in the Finnish Cup 2008 final. In own Finnair Stadium the home team beat the visitors from Espoo with 2-1 after extra time. Oravainen scored the winning goal after 114 minutes with a magnificent strike from just outside the penalty box; that goal delivered HJK the 10th Finnish Cup victory in its history and the third one for Oravainen himself. This makes him the player with most Suomen Cup victories of the current HJK squad. Petri Oravainen at Profile at Stats at Guardian Football

Violator (comics)

Violator is a fictional supervillain, who appears in the Spawn comic books published by Image Comics. The character first was created by writer-artist Todd McFarlane, he is by far the most recurring villain of the series and Spawn's archenemy alongside Jason Wynn and Malebolgia. He is the maker of the Hellspawns, hence why he trains them and keeps tabs on them. In 2009, Violator was ranked as IGN's 97th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. Violator is the oldest and most powerful of five hell-born demons known as the Phlebiac Brothers, his main purpose is to guide Hellspawns towards fulfilling Satan's desire: to cultivate evil souls on Earth for Hell's army, he has been Hell's guide for multiple Hellspawn, his latest charge being the current Spawn, Al Simmons. However, Violator views humanity as weak and so asserts that demons should lead the armies of Hell, not Spawn. Accordingly, much of his terrestrial activities, sanctioned by Hell or not, are aimed at proving his superiority to his master.

The Violator's current disguise is that of Clown, a 3'10" overweight, balding man with menacing face-paint and four fingers in each hand. The Violator is not a demon to be taken lightly: he has shown many times that he is more than a match for a young Hellspawn, his hands are tied by his role, though, as he cannot kill a Spawn without an order from his superiors. His role is not to kill the Hellspawn, but to weaken them and cause them to waste their powers in wreaking havoc, his chief purpose is to prepare the young Hellspawn for their service in Satan's army. He has been killed each time to be returned to Hell and reanimated by his master, his brothers turn on him at one point, sending him fleeing for his life through a New York city shopping district. He becomes allied with a moral but naive vigilante. At one point he is kept prisoner in a scientific facility seeking to weaponize his energies. Violator has to deal with an unexpected trip to hell, an insanely murderous angel and the facility's director of security, the stone-bodied Badrock.

After suffering a humiliating defeat in Hell during Spawn's return to claim the throne of the 8th sphere, Clown reappeared on Earth on the order of Mammon to wreak havoc in Spawn's life as part of the larger plan to give Nyx an opportunity to betray Al. He was a "mental adviser" to Jason Wynn, his former contact and partner in the deal that cost Al Simmons his life, he helped Wynn regain his sanity and return to the NSA, but had other plans, rather than being charitable. He has assumed the dominant role in Wynn's psyche and when Wynn was vulnerable, hanging from a steel girder many stories up, he caused him to fall to his apparent death. Clown took over Wynn's body and used it as his new vessel, he turned Wynn's body into a bloated parody of his former self. Clown began to attack and'mark' citizens of Rat City, turning them all into blue face-painted Clowns, it was revealed that the Violator was possessing hundreds of civilians and forcing them to run amok, committing acts of violence and vandalism, all with a smile on their faces.

After their attacks brought Spawn to the brink of death, leaving him bleeding and broken on the streets of Rat City in his Al Simmons persona, the Clowns vanished. The Violator has not been seen since, but has revealed that he has been turned loose on Earth with no strings attached, it is only a matter of time before he returns to plague Spawn anew. In Spawn #167, a new Clown emerges, thin and agile, fond of using knives. Clown hijacked the body of Barney Saunders, having an affair with a married woman named Wilma Barbera. Trying to escape discovery by Wilma Barbera's husband, Barney Saunders jumped down the garbage chute only to be trapped there a couple of days before the bright light event, was trapped in a garbage chute and doomed to be eaten alive by rats and roaches; the new Clown escapes and uses a knife to attack his enemies. He can still change into his demon form when he wishes; the Violator is revealed to be the cause of all the havoc of an apartment complex, freeing the residents of restraint and allowing them to fulfill their desires and violent urges.

This allowed the Violator to create a portal to Hell from which the other Phlebiac Brothers could enter the world. Violator is confronted by Spawn, but gains the upper hand in the battle. Mere moments from Violator's victory, Barney Saunder's spirit gains control when his body sees his lover Wilma. Barney Saunders decides to go through the portal into Hell, knowing that the only way to close the portal was to trap himself and Clown on the other side while he could still maintain control over his body. Barney reveals that he was angry at his lover for not coming to save him when he was starving in the garbage chute and takes her with him, stranding The Violator and Wilma in Hell. Clown has reappeared in New York City, it is Clown who finds the decapitated body of Spawn in the alleys, it is he who tries to mask the dead zone created after Spawn's suicide. Clown tries hard to keep the Spawn's death a kills anyone aware of the Spawn's demise. Clown plans to put together his own army to bring down the kingdom of Heaven.

He travels to Connecticut to enlist the help of a fellow demon who now assumes the life of a human and is married to a human as well. Clown tries to convince the fellow demon to to no avail. For the nameless demon, Clown is not going to take "no" for an answer. Clown gi