Thomas Jefferson Campbell was an American politician who represented Tennessee's 4th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives. Campbell was born in Rhea County, Tennessee in 1786, he attended the public schools. Assistant inspector general to Major General Cole's division of the East Tennessee Militia, Campbell served from September 14, 1813 to March 12, 1814, he was clerk of the Tennessee House of Representatives from 1817 to 1819, in 1821, from 1825 to 1831. He was a Representative from 1833 to 1837. Elected as a Whig to the Twenty-seventh Congress, Campbell served from March 4, 1841 to March 3, 1843, he was an unsuccessful candidate in 1842 for re-election to the Twenty-eighth Congress. He was Clerk of the United States House of Representatives in the Thirtieth and Thirty-first Congresses. Campbell served from December 7, 1847 until his death in Washington, D. C. on April 13, 1850. He is interred at Tennessee. United States Congress. "Thomas Jefferson Campbell". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress
Nate Cooper is a fictional character from the Australian soap opera Home and Away, played by Kyle Pryor. The character made his first screen appearance on 26 September 2013. Pryor auditioned for another character before he was offered the role of Nate, he had to keep his involvement with the show a secret prior to arriving on-screen. The actor had moved from another country for work. Nate is characterised as a career respected doctor, he comes to work Northern Districts Hospital because he had longed to work in a busy emergency department. He is calm and collected with a love of kayaking. Nate's storylines have focused on his on/off relationship with Ricky Sharpe; the pair have reunited at various points during Nate's time in the show. However, the constant presence of Ricky's ex-partner Darryl Braxton has always ruined their relationship. In 2014, the show explored Nate's backstory by casting Bridgette Sneddon to play Nate's estranged wife Sophie Taylor, their marriage had broken down because of the latter's drug addiction.
Her arrival prompts Nate to give her another chance. However, her mental health and obsessive nature cause Nate endless problems, she attacks Nate's friends, kidnaps him and causes a bus crash. Other relationships include Nate developing feelings for Hannah Wilson and romancing Katarina Chapman, their relationship was jeopardised by a false accusation of sexual assault made by Billie Ashford. Another main story for Nate involved him being in a life-threatening accident in the Australian bush damaging his liver. Nate has proved to be a popular character with critics of the genre due to his attractive appearance. Nate made his final appearance during the episode broadcast on 5 June 2017; the character and casting was announced on 8 September 2013. Pryor auditioned for the role of Andy Barrett, but Tai Hara was cast instead. However, the producers liked Pryor so much, that they asked him to return to try out for the part of Nate. Pryor had begun filming four months prior to his casting announcement.
Of having to keep his role a secret, the actor admitted "It can be quite difficult not spilling the beans but it is a good exercise in self-control." British born Pryor had moved to Australia following living in New Zealand. He said that his character had been on similar journeys. Nate is characterised as a career driven man due to his childhood experiences. Nate's profile on the show's official website details a backstory of having to cope with a terminally ill mother, a poor financial situation while studying a medical degree. Nate is described as a "fighter". Other character's are drawn to Nate due to his positive outlook on life, he comes to work Northern Districts Hospital because he had longed "for the adrenalin rush a busy Emergency Department provides." Nate is a respected medic. Nate is a calm character and it takes a lot of drama to unsettle him. Writers have only used Nate's love for others to "shake him" emotionally. One of Nate's hobbies portrayed in the show is kayaking. Production asked Pryor.
He believed they would not be interested. However, they made Nate a kayaking enthusiast. Nate enters a relationship with Ricky Sharpe who had separated from Darryl Braxton after he was sent to prison; the pairing was formed over many episodes as Nate supported Ricky through the aftermath of a bomb blast, a miscarriage and Brax's incarceration. The two characters grow close and attend a funeral together, where it becomes obvious they share feelings for each other. A TV Soap writer noted that Ricky had tried to suppress her feelings for Nate, but could no longer hide it; when Nate kisses Ricky she decides to avoid being in his company. Ricky believes she has unresolved issues with Brax that prevent her from entering a relationship with Nate, she faces disapproval from Brax's brother Kyle Braxton which results in a confrontation with Ricky. When Kyle realises that Ricky has the right to move on, he encourages her to date Nate; when Brax is released from prison he tries to win Ricky back. Nate visits Brax to avoid complicating her life.
Sveen believed. However, Ricky would not like Nate intervening. Ricky and Nate argue. Pryor said that Brax's reintroduction would have always created drama for the duo, he added. She views orders him to leave her alone. Ricky is left confused about her feelings for both men. Nate confirms his love for her, he "pours his heart out" and tells her. When she visits Brax the pair end up sleeping together. Sveen believed, she told a reporter from Inside Soap. She added, their storyline concludes. Bridgette Sneddon was hired to play Nate's estranged wife Sophie Taylor, she introduces herself to Nate's ex-girlfriend Ricky. She is furious with Nate for keeping his marital status a secret, which leaves Nate confused as she is back with Brax. Sneddon told an Inside Soap reporter
Tintin and the Golden Fleece is a film first released in France on 6 December 1961. Featuring characters from The Adventures of Tintin comic book series written and drawn by the Belgian writer-artist Hergé, it was a live-action film with actors made-up to look like the characters and featured an original storyline not based on any of the books; the film is set in Turkey and Greece with the main characters of Tintin and Captain Haddock searching for treasure after inheriting a ship called the Golden Fleece. The film was followed by a less successful sequel and the Blue Oranges. Captain Haddock learns that an old shipmate, has died and left him a ship, the Golden Fleece. Tintin and the Captain travel to Istanbul only to find that it is an old cargo ship in a dilapidated state. On board the boat, they meet Paparanic's pet parrot Romulus. While outside the ship, a businessman named Anton Karabine claims to be an old friend of Paparanic and offers to buy the boat for "sentimental" reasons, but the huge amounts that he offers makes Tintin suspicious and on his advice Haddock turns the offer down.
During their stay in Istanbul, a stranger named Malik offers to take Tintin and Haddock on a guided tour during which there are two attempts on their lives. This makes them all the more determined to find out. One of the clauses of Paparanic's will was that Haddock, on accepting the ship, should fulfill his current obligations; the next day Haddock hires 3 crewmen - Angorapoulos and Yefima. They set off for Athens to deliver some carpets, found in the hold. During the journey Tintin catches Angorapoulos searching through Paparanic's papers. After a short round of judo, he escapes. In Athens and Haddock go to the carpet seller Midas Papos, who turns out to be another of Paparanic's old shipmates, he is grief-stricken to learn of his friend's death and is about to make a comment about him when he is shot by a man from the window and the gun tossed into the room. Caught holding the gun and Haddock are arrested but released thanks to the influence of their friends Thomson and Thompson and Papos, who has recovered in hospital.
An old newspaper article shows that, in their youth, Paparanic and Karabine were adventurers who were involved in a coup in the Latin American republic of Tetaragua. The article includes two strangers, who formed a short-lived government. Tintin spots Angorapoulos in a barber's shop and follows him to the local offices of Karexport, which Tintin knows is run by Karabine; when Angorapoulos leaves by car, Tintin and Haddock follow him to a village out in the countryside where Angorapoulous and some accomplices kidnap a musician at a wedding. While Tintin and the Captain chase them on a motorbike, the crooks' car is forced off the road, when it collides with a coach and the villains flee on foot; the kidnap victim, was the fourth man in the photo. He suffers from "memory loss", but reveals that a large amount of gold is involved and suggests that Tintin and Haddock consult a Father Alexandre who lives in a mountain-top monastery. Father Alexandre, the fifth man in the photo, is himself a former adventurer who has repented and now spends his days in prayer and meditation.
He reveals that when forced out of government in Tetaragua, he and his four comrades took a large quantity of gold from the central bank. Paparanic took the lion's share of the loot. It's now clear. Before Tintin and Haddock leave, Father Alexandre, abstaining from alcohol, gives them a bottle of red wine which Paparanic gave him while visiting him last Christmas, told him to drink after his death. On the way down from the mountain, Haddock accidentally breaks the bottle, the label of which turns out to be that of a map showing the location of Paparanic's gold. Tintin and Haddock return to the Golden Fleece, where they discover that they have been joined by their friend Professor Cuthbert Calculus. Secretly, Yefima drains the oil out of the engines in order to prevent the ship from leaving port but Tintin discovers him and throws him overboard. Calculus has invented a special tablet called "Super-Cuthbertoleum" which, mixed with the remaining fuel, is more than enough to get the boat started and enables them to reach their destination, the island of Thassika.
The map includes an X just off the island's coast and, using his pendulum, Calculus locates the gold's location. Swimming underwater, Tintin discovers a chest filled with strange dark bars but which he guesses is the gold, painted over. No sooner have the members of the Golden Fleece got the chest out of the water that they are held at gunpoint by Karabine, Angorapoulos and their men who got discreetly aboard. Haddock gets caught up in a fishing net, Snowy gets tied up and Tintin is shot at and falls back into the water while his friends are locked into a cabin, a fuse is set to blow the ship up with dynamite with Haddock, Snowy and Clodion on board. Karabine and his men take the chest back to their helicopter only to come under attack by the police, including Thomson and Thompson, led by Attila, revealed to be an undercover police officer. Karabine gets aboard the helicopter, which takes off, it turns out. Karabine tries to force him to land. Beaten, the crook announces that no-one will get the g
Jordan Timothy Jenks, known professionally as Pi'erre Bourne, is a Belizean-American record producer, rapper and audio engineer. He is known for producing the singles "Magnolia" by Playboi Carti, "Gummo" by 6ix9ine, which peaked at number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100. After the release of American rapper Playboi Carti's breakout track "Magnolia" from his eponymous debut commercial mixtape Playboi Carti, Bourne's producer tag, "Yo Pierre, you wanna come out here?", became a viral phenomenon and an internet meme leading the tag to become known and Bourne to break out as a producer. Jenks is Belizean-American. Growing up, he would spend his summers with his grandmother in Queens, which lead to his interest in East Coast hip hop artists such as Dipset and G-Unit, he is related to a Belizean Kriol Reggae artist and musician. He is a cousin of Papoose, of Liberian descent. Inspired by his uncle Dwight, a rapper and graphic artist, Jenks first began making beats when he was in elementary school, using FL Studio on his uncle's computer.
Jenks went to school for graphic design for a year before dropping out. At 18, his uncle encouraged him to pursue his career in music and Jenks moved to Atlanta to study sound engineering at the SAE Institute. While in school, he met and began collaborating with DJ Burn One, who encouraged him to create his own instrumentals and not rely on samples. After graduating school, the studio where the two worked hired him as a full-time engineer. In 2015, Jenks began working for Epic Records as a sound engineer, leaving a year to focus on his own career. Jenks began producing for Young Nudy and Trippie Redd in 2016, he met Playboi Carti in February 2017, collaborating on the track "Woke Up Like This" and producing most tracks on his debut project. Their song "Magnolia" peaked at 29 on the US Billboard Hot 100; this kickstarted Jenks' producing career, producing songs for 21 Savage, Trippie Redd, Rich the Kid, Lil Yachty, Famous Dex, Young Thug and Lil Uzi Vert. Jenks has released a series of mixtapes called The Life of Pi'erre and has his own imprint, SossHouse, at Interscope Records.
He produced Travis Scott's single "Watch" which features Lil Uzi Vert. He produced Playboi Carti's album Die Lit, he helped produce for Kanye West's album Ye. On May 8, 2019, Pi’erre Bourne & close collaborator Young Nudy dropped their collaborative mixtape titled “Sli’merre”; the project, which consists of 12 songs, featured rising hip-hop stars DaBaby & Megan Thee Stallion, along with Nudy’s cousin and multi-platinum rapper 21 Savage as well as fellow multi-platinum recording artist Lil Uzi Vert. All songs on the mixtape were produced by Pi’erre, hit #1 on Apple Music’s US All Genres chart, debuted at #167 on the Billboard 200 peaking at #63 in the following week. Jenks is influenced by Wiz Khalifa, Young Jeezy, Gucci Mane, J Dilla, Pharrell Williams and Kanye West. Like West, Jenks wants to continue to work as a producer, while pursuing his own rap career
Beit Ur al-Tahta is a Palestinian village located in the central West Bank, in the Ramallah and Al-Bireh Governorate. The village is located on a hilltop facing Beit Ur al-Foqa. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics Beit Ur at-Tahta had a population of 4,372 inhabitants in mid-2007. Beit'Ur at Tahta is located 11.4 kilometers west of Ramallah. It is bordered by Beit Ur al Fauqa to the east, Deir Ibzi to the east and north and Beit Sira to the west, Kharbatha al Misbah to the south; the old center of Beit Ur al-Tahta is located in the southern part of the village, while the northern part is marked by wide terraces and is the site of several of the village's archaeological pieces. The total area of the village is 5,653 dunams. In January 2001, a burial cave was discovered on the southern outskirts of the village; the cave consisted of an arched doorway. Artifacts inside the cave included several pottery fragments, a cooking pot, a bowl and goblet dating to the end of the Second Temple period.
To the west of the village is the ruins of a chapel from the Byzantine period, ceramics from the same period have been found. The place was mentioned in the 12th century as a fief of the Holy Sepulchre. In 1596 the village appeared in Ottoman tax registers under the name of Bayt'Ur as-Sufla and was part of the Nahiya of Quds of the Liwa of Quds, it had a population of 20 Muslim households who paid a fixed tax rate of 25% on various agricultural products, including wheat, olives, goats and/or beehives. In 1838 it was located in the Beni Malik area, west of Jerusalem. A 19th-century traveler visiting the town found the remains of ancient foundations, rock-cut cisterns and a tomb, said to have contained treasures. Father P. M. Séjourné, revisiting the site, noticed the ruins of a large church: "The mosaic pavement of an important church located northeast of the village has disappeared, at least for the moment, under a watermelon field; the scattered spoils of the Christian building have enriched the neighbouring modern mosque and many hovels nearby.
Fragments of a graceful frieze, capitals with Corinthian acanthus carved in white marble and dressed stones lie unused along the roads." Another researcher, Victor Guérin, saw two columns from the church inside the local mosque. Based on these finds, it was concluded that the village was once Christian, had a large three-nave church. An official Ottoman village list from about 1870 showed that Bet Ur et-Tatha had 35 houses and a population of 185, though it only counted the men. In 1883, the PEF's Survey of Western Palestine described Beit'Ur et Tahta as "A village of moderate size on a low ridge with wells to the west. In the middle of the village is the sacred place of Neby'Or, with a palm tree in the courtyard: near it is a well in the street. In the 1922 census of Palestine, conducted by the British Mandate authorities, Beit Ur al-Tahta had a population of 470, all Muslims, while at the 1931 census, Beit'Ur al-Tahta had 117 occupied houses and a population of 611, still all Muslim. In the 1945 statistics the population was 710, all Muslims, while the total land area was 4,619 dunams, according to an official land and population survey.
Of this, 2,045 were allocated for plantations and irrigable land, 1,780 for cereals, while 41 dunams were classified as built-up areas. In the wake of the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, after the 1949 Armistice Agreements, Beit Ur al-Tahta came under Jordanian rule. In 1961, the population was 1,198 persons. After Six-Day War in 1967, Beit Ur al-Tahta has been under Israeli occupation; the population in the 1967 census conducted by the Israeli authorities was 920, of whom 60 originated from the Israeli territory. In the 1980s and 1990s, lands belonging to Beit Ur al-Tahta were confiscated by the Israeli government to construct Highway 443 along the pass of Bethoron. A petition challenging the move submitted to the Supreme Court of Israel in September 1983 was rejected by Justice Aharon Barak who ruled that under international law, a military government have the right to infringe private property if a number of conditions are fulfilled, stating that "The step is taken for the benefit of the local population".
Highway 443 served as a main approach road linking the 25000 inhabitants of six villages to each other's and to Ramallah. After the outbreak of the Second Intifada, the Israeli military prevented Palestinian use of the road and blocked some parts of it without a legal order, the construction of the Israeli West Bank barrier closed off access to the old road, which lengthened the journey. In 2007, The Israeli High Court of Justice ordered the state of Israel to explain why the road has been blocked for seven years without a legal order and why Palestinians are prevented from using it. After the 1995 accords, 36.7% of village land has been defined as Area B land, while the remaining 63.3% is Area C. Israel has confiscated land from the village in order to construct the Israeli settlement of Beit Horon. In October 2009, infrastructure improvements were completed in Beit Ur al-Tahta that included improved roads and street lighting; the project was funded by American Charities for Palestine, the United States Agency for International Development and the Sheikh Mohammed Shami Foundation.
The total cost was $400,000. Farouk Shami Welcome To Bayt'Ur al-Tahta Beit ‘Ur al-Tahta, Welcome to Palestine Survey of Western Palestine, Map 17: IAA, Wikimedia commons Beit ‘Ur at Tahta Village, Applied Research Institute–Jerusalem