The Court of Appeal for Ontario is the appellate court for the province of Ontario, Canada. The seat of the court is Osgoode Hall in downtown Toronto the seat of the Law Society of Ontario and the Divisional Court of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice; the Court is composed of 22 judicial seats, in addition to one or more justices who sit supernumerary. They hear over 1,500 appeals each year, on issues of private law, constitutional law, criminal law, administrative law and other matters; the Supreme Court of Canada hears appeals from less than 3% of the decisions of the Court of Appeal for Ontario, therefore in a practical sense, the Court of Appeal is the last avenue of appeal for most litigants in Ontario. Among the Court of Appeal's most notable decisions was the 2003 ruling in Halpern v Canada that found defining marriage as between one man and one woman to violate Section 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, legalizing same-sex marriage in Ontario and making Canada the first jurisdiction in the world where same-sex marriage was legalized by a court ruling.
Among many judges from the Court who have been elevated to the Supreme Court of Canada are Justices Rosalie Abella, Louise Arbour, Peter Cory, Louise Charron, Andromache Karakatsanis, Bora Laskin and Michael Moldaver, as well as Bertha Wilson, the first female justice on both the Court of Appeal for Ontario and the Supreme Court of Canada. The Court of Appeal derives its jurisdiction from Ontario's Courts of Justice Act. Supernumerary Justices Supreme Court of Canada Court of Appeal for Ontario official site Ontario Courts website Plan to webcast Ontario appeal cases delayed
Elk Township is a township in Delaware County, Iowa, USA. As of the 2000 census, its population was 626. Elk Township covers an area of 36.31 square miles. The streams of Fountain Springs Creek, Odell Branch and Schechtman Branch run through this township. Greeley Elk Township, Clayton County Mallory Township, Clayton County Colony Township Bremen Township Oneida Township Delaware Township Honey Creek Township Lodomillo Township, Clayton County The township contains two cemeteries: Grant View and Saint Joseph's. SourcesU. S. Board on Geographic Names United States Census Bureau cartographic boundary filesNotes US-Counties.com City-Data.com
The Killing Tree was a hardcore punk band from Chicago, Illinois. They were a side project of Tim McIlrath during the early days of Rise Against and featured former Rise Against guitarist Todd Mohney and bassist Geoff Reu of Baxter and Holy Roman Empire; the Killing Tree was formed shortly after Tim McIlrath's other band, Rise Against, in 1999. The band's main line-up consisted of McIlrath on guitar and vocals, Reu on bass and backing vocals, Mohney on guitar, Remis on drums. In an interview, Tim McIlrath told the interviewer "I used to play in a band called Baxter with Geoff Reu and Remis, we always had an itch to do heavier music. After Baxter broke up we would have sporadic, impromptu jam sessions in my basement for a year, with no real intention of starting anything. We had a female roommate at the time singing for us for a while! Either way, the songs began to take shape and we realized we needed someone else to complete the chaos, so we enlisted Todd to shred with us, all the pieces fell into place.
After we completed a number of songs we realized that what started out as fun we thought might go over well. "McIlrath was concerned that Rise Against's record label, Fat Wreck Chords would not want him recording with a different band, so all members of The Killing Tree used false identities when performing and recording. The Killing Tree has not had any albums or EPs released since 2003; the Killing Tree has not performed live since 2004 or released any new music since 2006, the official website has not been updated since August 26, 2006. In an Interview with Punknews.org Tim McIlrath was asked about The Killing Tree's future and said: "I would love to. I would love to right now. I'd love to call those guys and just fucking write a record right now if we could. I think Neil is getting back from Europe today and I'm going to hang out with him tonight. Todd is out of LA right now doing a bunch of graphic design stuff and Geoff is doing Holy Roman and doing his masters degree at UIC. For me and Neil to have lunch together though, that's like the stars are aligned.
It's a fucking miracle. I would love to and I think that I still love the Killing Tree and what we've created. I love the record, it was a lot of fun. But, there's no real mystery to why we're not doing records- it's because there's no time. If there was, we'd all be having a lot of fun and writing some new songs or at least playing some shows, but who knows, we tend to do a show every year or so in Chicago somewhere.." The Killing Tree's musical style is typified by longer song and more prominent metalcore and Swedish death metal influences, such as screaming vocals and aggressive breakdowns, than that of McIlrath's other band, Rise Against. Although the vocals are screamed, many tracks alternate between screaming and clean vocals; the lyrics tend to have violent themes. They have been described as metalcore, hardcore punk and post-hardcore, with their style having been compared to acts such as AFI, At the Drive-In and Sparta. Bury Me at Make-Out Creek The Romance of Helen Trent We Sing Sin Hair: Chicago Punk Cuts Tim McIlrath - lead vocals, rhythm guitar Todd Mohney - lead guitar Geoff Reu - bass, backing vocals Timothy Remis - drums Previous MembersLaura Cahill - co-lead vocals Neil Hennessy - drums Emily Schambra - guest vocals on "Dressed To Fuck" Punknews.com Profile The Killing Tree Website The Killing Tree Website Interview
Saatva is a held e-commerce company that specializes in luxury mattresses and bedding products. Founded in 2010, Saatva has grown to become the internet’s premier luxury mattress brand, with 2019 revenues in excess of $200 million; the company designs and delivers six luxury mattress styles through a network of 18 factories and 156 white glove delivery partners in the United States and Canada. Saatva is headquartered in New York, with offices in Austin, a Viewing Room in midtown Manhattan. Saatva was founded by furniture industry veteran Ron Rudzin and digital entrepreneurs Ricky Joshi and Kris Brower, who saw an opportunity to create a different kind of mattress company. “Over the prior thirty or forty years, the mattress industry had developed a terrible reputation,” said Rudzin, Saatva’s CEO. With misleading marketing, overbearing salespeople, inflated prices, buying a mattress had become a miserable experience. By adopting an innovative online business model and his cofounders determined that they could sell a luxury mattress, direct to consumer, for a fraction of what the same quality mattress cost at retail.
They included white-glove delivery, 24/7 customer service, a generous home trial. “We wanted to offer the best service and the best products, treat customers in a way that they hadn’t seen in the mattress industry in my lifetime,” Rudzin said. The company name, Saatva, is derived from the Sanskrit word sattva, which stands for purity and virtue, it was chosen to reflect the values espoused by the new company: respect for customers and workers, transparency in pricing and policies, commitment to environmental responsibility. Saatva has experienced rapid growth, having been named to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing companies in the United States for four years in a row. The company posted revenue of $202 million in 2017 and a three-year growth rate of 729%, earning it the #691 spot out of 5,000 companies in 2018. In addition to its overall ranking, Saatva reported the seventh highest revenue for a retail business and the 144th highest revenue overall. Saatva held the #266 spot in 2017, #316 in 2016, #101 in 2015.
In 2018, Saatva was named a “Fast 50” company by Crain’s New York Business. The list ranks the New York-based businesses with the highest three-year growth rates. Saatva offers six luxury, eco-friendly mattress styles, sold online at saatva.com as well as at the company’s New York City Viewing Room. Each mattress comes with a 120-night home trial; the company launched with the Saatva Classic, a coil-on-coil hybrid innerspring mattress. The Saatva Classic features a dual-coil system, with a support base made from tempered, recycled steel to provide stability and resist sagging and a second layer of individually wrapped coils that add contouring ability and reduce motion transfer. In 2015, the company expanded its product offering to include Loom & Leaf, an ultra-premium memory foam mattress. Loom & Leaf features a layer of 5-lb. Viscoelastic memory foam that contours to relieve a layer of 4-lb. Convoluted memory foam infused with cooling gel. In 2016, Saatva launched a 100 % all-natural Talalay latex mattress.
Zenhaven has a support core made of sustainably harvested Talalay latex, topped with a 5-zone latex comfort layer that provides firmer support in the lumbar region and maximum pressure-point relief. In 2018, Saatva expanded into bedding with 100% organic cotton sheets, a Talalay latex pillow, an organic mattress pad, foam and latex mattress toppers. In 2019, the company launched a precision adjustable air mattress. Solaire has individual air chambers that can be inflated or deflated to achieve a precise level of comfort; that same year the company launched Saatva HD, a hybrid innerspring mattress designed for people weighing between 300 and 500 pounds. Saatva HD features a single support layer of durable coils, threaded with a helical wire to add contouring ability and eliminate motion transfer. In 2019, Saatva expanded into bedroom furniture with six styles of upholstered designer bed frames, all of which are handcrafted with sustainably sourced hardwood; the collection takes its inspiration from coastal cities and towns around the globe, with styles including the Santorini and the Amalfi.
In 2020, the company launched Saatva Youth, a dual-sided innerspring mattress designed for the needs of growing children. The unique flippable design provides customized support for younger children as well as older children. Saatva has a network of 16 domestic factories, two Canadian factories, more than 155 distribution partners; this extensive network puts Saatva within 60 miles of 85% of the homes in the continental United States for efficient white-glove delivery. Because Saatva’s mattresses travel on average less than 100 miles from one of its manufacturing facilities to a customer’s bedroom, they are always delivered “factory fresh,” never from inventory. Cutting the distance between factory and home reduces carbon emissions. Saatva’s six luxury mattresses all come with free white-glove delivery and setup, which includes removal of the customer’s old mattress; each mattress comes with a 120-night home trial. If the customer is not satisfied, they have the option to return or exchange the mattress for a $99 transportation fee.
Saatva opened its first physical location in December 2019. The Saatva Viewing Room is located at 969 Third Avenue in Manhattan; the 3,300-square-foot space was designed by interior designer Vicente Wolf, who describes it as “a sensory experience that represents what Saatva stands for.”In its review of the space, Sleep Retailer, an independent trade publication, noted that it o
The Shark is Still Working is a feature-length documentary film on the impact and legacy of the 1975 Steven Spielberg blockbuster film Jaws. It features interviews with a range of crew from the film, it is dedicated to Peter Benchley. The documentary was produced by Jaws fans over a seven-year period, building on Laurent Bouzereau's 1995 documentary, The Making of Jaws, included on some laserdisc and DVD releases. Throughout other documentaries over the years, such as Bouzereau's and the BBC's 1997 documentary In the Teeth of Jaws, actor Richard Dreyfuss has recounted tales about the troubled production of Jaws and the quote “The shark is NOT working” which Dreyfuss would hear from members of the crew. Upon successful attempts to fix the malfunctioning sea monster, Dreyfuss would hear the quote “The shark is working." Universal Studios announced that The Shark Is Still Working documentary would be included as a special feature on the Blu-ray edition of Jaws. Some of the interviews were filmed in typical of TV documentaries of the time.
As the production went on, 16:9 became the TV shape standard and so the documentary crops the top and bottom of the image to reshape it to 16:9. There is no anamorphic enhancement of the documentary on the Jaws Blu-Ray; the Shark Is Still Working was created by producers James Gelet, Jake Gove, Erik Hollander, James-Michael Roddy, Co-Producer and Composer Michael McCormack, Associate Producer Roy Scheider. The documentary features rare footage and exclusive interviews with most of the cast and crew of Jaws, as well as celebrities whose careers have been influenced by the film, it was written by James Gelet, directed by Erik Hollander and narrated by Academy Award nominee Roy Scheider, who played Chief Brody. Among the more notable of those interviewed are Steven Spielberg, Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, John Williams, Peter Benchley, Carl Gottlieb, Joe Alves, Richard Zanuck, David Brown, Susan Backlinie, Jeffrey Kramer, Ron & Valerie Taylor, Dick Warlock, Kevin Smith, Robert Rodriguez, Bryan Singer, Greg Nicotero, Tom Savini, Eli Roth, M. Night Shyamalan, Percy Rodriguez, Paul McPhee.
The Shark is Still Working made its world premiere May 2, 2009 at the Los Angeles United Film Festival. A limited edition 38 track companion CD soundtrack by composer Michael McCormack was released online and at Jawsfest, August 9, 2012; the Shark Is Still Working Theme On-Set Setbacks Lights, Hold On Robot Shark The Indianapolis Saga Yellow Barrels Martha's Song The Shark Is Not Working The Kid At the Table Aquaphobia Fans of the Fin Orcas Momentum Ticket to Terror A Time for Reflection Lurking Beneath The Year Was 1975! Festival You Always Make Me Smile Call Me Ishmael The Legacy Bloody Tourist Summer in Edgartown A Whaaat...? The Amity Suite The Human Effect Feeding Frenzy Jaws Forever Fate of the Sharks Cage Attack Great White Deep Blue Sandcastle Mother Cutter In Celebration of Our Heroes Surviving the Challenge Show Me the Way to Go Home Spanish Ladies Documentary website The Shark Is Still Working on IMDb RottenTomatoes Reviews Page Ain't it Cool review JAWS Blu-ray press release Official Soundtrack Website
Çılgın Bediş is a Turkish youth television series that first displayed in tv in 1996. The first part was published on Monday, July 8. From 1999 until 1996, Kanal D aired the series. In 2000 it shifted to a different channel, passed to the Show TV; the series ended in 2001. Yonca Evcimik has the leading role. Main charactersYonca Evcimik as Çılgın Bediş Cenk Torun as Oktay Çiçek Dilligil as Mükü Selahattin Taşdöğen as Necmi Dede Sonay Aydın as Banu Sinan Bengier as Orhan Selma Sonat as Canan Ayten Erman as Mefaret Hanım Gökhan Mete as Mustafa Koç Ayten Uncuoğlu as Müdire Nazime Hanım Zeynep Kaçar as Zeynep Gülçin Hatıhan as Başak Başak Sayan as Nesrin Dolunay Soysert as Mihrace Rıza Sönmez as Savaş Tuncer Sevi as Balıkçı Peyami Ahmet Özuğurlu as Durali Ercüment Balakoğlu as Bakkal Remzi Season 1: episodes 1-52 Season 2: episodes 53-62. Season 3: episodes 63-65. Season 4: episodes 66-70. 31.12.2000 - 03.03.2001) http://www.sinematurk.com/film/41250-cilgin-bedis/ https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1162451/