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Jack Fuller

Jack William Fuller was an American journalist who spent nearly forty years working in newspapers. He began his journalism career as a copyboy for the Chicago Tribune, he became a police reporter, a war correspondent in Vietnam, a Washington correspondent. He worked for City News Bureau of Chicago, The Chicago Daily News, Pacific Stars and Stripes, The Washington Post, as well as the Tribune. Fuller won the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing in 1986 for his Tribune editorials on constitutional issues. During the administration of President Gerald Ford, Fuller served as Special Assistant to United States Attorney General Edward Levi. From 1989 to 1997 he was editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune. From 1997 to 2005 he served as president of the Tribune Publishing Company. Fuller was born in Illinois. A graduate of Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism and Yale Law School, he is the author of seven novels and two books on journalism, he is a 1964 alumnus of Homewood-Flossmoor High School in Ill..

He served on the Board of the University of Chicago and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, he died of cancer on June 21, 2016, at the age of 69. Nice Convergence ISBN 978-0-226-26881-1 Fragments ISBN 978-0-226-26886-6 Mass ISBN 0-688-04685-1 Our Fathers' Shadows ISBN 0-340-39878-7 Legends' End ISBN 0-340-50982-1 News Values: Ideas for an Information Age. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. ISBN 9780226268798 Best of Jackson Payne: A Novel ISBN 978-0-226-26868-2 Abbeville ISBN 978-1-932961-47-8 What Is Happening to News: The Information Explosion and the Crisis in Journalism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010. ISBN 9780226268989 — Read an excerpt. Levi, Edward H. Restoring Justice: The Speeches of Attorney General Edward H. Levi Edited by Jack Fuller. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013. ISBN 9780226041315 Jack Fuller Papers at the Newberry Library Jack Fuller at Library of Congress Authorities, with 12 catalog records Appearances on C-SPAN

Zimbabwe at the 1988 Summer Olympics

Zimbabwe competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. 29 competitors, 23 men and 6 women, took part in 38 events in 10 sports. After not competing in the 1984 archery competition, Zimbabwe returned in 1988. Women's Individual Competition: Merrellyn Tarr — Preliminary Round Men's Individual Competition: Paul Bamber — Preliminary Round Alan Bryant — Preliminary Round Wrex Tarr — Preliminary Round Men's Team Competition: Bamber and Tarr — Preliminary Round Men's 400 metres Elijah NkalaHeat — 46.60 Men's 10.000 metres Stanley MandebeleHeat — 29:50.99 Men's Marathon James Gombedza — 2"38.13 Women's Marathon Linda Hunter — 2"53.17 Two male cyclists represented Zimbabwe in 1988. Men's road racePierre Gouws Gary MandyMen's 1 km time trialGary Mandy Women's 3m Springboard Tracy Cox-Smyth reached Finals, came 12th. Men's 50m Freestyle Vaughan SmithHeat — 25.29 Graham ThompsonHeat — 25.38 Men's 100m Freestyle Vaughan SmithHeat — 53.58 Graham ThompsonHeat — 55.20 Men's 200m Freestyle Vaughan SmithHeat — 1:56.13 Men's 100m Backstroke Brett HalfordHeat — 1:02.95 Men's 200m Backstroke Brett HalfordHeat — 2:17.84 Men's 100m Butterfly Graham ThompsonHeat — 1:00.13 Men's 200m Individual Medley Graham ThompsonHeat — 2:17.06 Vaughan SmithHeat — 2:18.07 Women's 50m Freestyle Catherine FogartyHeat — 28.66 Women's 100m Freestyle Catherine FogartyHeat — 1:02.47 Women's 200m Freestyle Catherine FogartyHeat — 2:13.44 Men's Doubles Competition Mark Gurr and Philip TucknissFirst Round – Defeated Victor Caballero and Hugo Chapacu 4-6 6-3 6-3 6-1 Second Round – Lost to Stefan Edberg and Anders Järryd 0-6 1-6 4-6 Official Olympic Reports

Tawa Reservoir

Tawa Reservoir is a reservoir on the Tawa River in central India. It is located above Betul district; the reservoir was formed by the construction of the Tawa Dam, which began in 1958 and was completed in 1978. The dam provides for irrigation to several thousand hectares of farming land in Hoshangabad and Harda districts, it is a big tourist attraction during the monsoon months. A cruise boat service has been started by the tourism department for visitors to the dam and reservoir; the dam was made by late Shri Vinay Kumar Diwan known as Denva Ke Gandhi for his work for public welfare being public representative in the region for two decades serving as MLA. Tawa Reservoir forms the western boundary of Bori Wildlife Sanctuary, it is a small hydropower plant, set up on the left bank to utilize the tailrace water for irrigation purpose. It is a private sector hydro-electric generation power plant; the two units of 2 × 6.75 MW were set up by LNJ Bhilwara group. Generated power supplied to HEG Plant Mandideep via MPPTCL Power Line.

The power production in this plant was started in 1998. The construction of project was completed in record time of 22 months and at a cost of about 65 crore. Early and efficient completion made possible by Canada. Contact no of tawa dam is 07572272803. Catchment area spreads over 6000 km2. Full reservoir level is 335.397 cubic metres. Head range 7 to 21 discharge varying from 25 to 54 Cumecs. Two turbo generators 6.75 MW rated capacity. Vertical shaft kaplan turbines and auxiliaries 11 kV semi umbrella synchronous generator and auxiliaries 33 kV vacuum circuit breakers. 1 MV 33 kV / 415 V auxiliary transformer Fire protection system 110 DC with battery backup


A kelong is an offshore platform built predominantly with wood, which can be found in waters off Malaysia, the Philippines and Indonesia. Only a handful remain around Singapore due to rapid urbanisation. Kelongs are built by fishermen for fishing or fish farming purposes, although larger structures can function as dwellings for them and their families. In Singapore, some kelongs Structurally, kelongs are built without the need for nails, using rattan to bind tree trunks and wooden planks together; the decks of some kelongs have open spaces with nets that hang in the water, allowing for captured fish to be kept live until they are sold or cooked. Anchored into the sea bed using wooden piles of about 20 m in length and driven about six metres into the sea, they are sited in shallow water, although some can be found in deeper waters; some kelongs are connected to land via a wooden gangway. Other variants of kelongs can be mobile, with some portion of the building floating freely; some buildings are large, being made up of groups of kelongs joined together into a massive offshore community

Stuart Price (photographer)

For other people named Stuart Price, see Stuart Price. Stuart Price, is a professional photographer who resides in Brighton, England. Brought up in a family of keen amateur photographers, it was Stuart's Father that taught him how to process film and photographs at the age of 13, his Grandfather was a keen amateur photographer with a good eye for composition Aged 18 he worked at Ilford Photographic gaining work experience where he printed images for the V&A museum in London under the guidance of Ilford's Head Printer Mike Walden. After attending Mid-Cheshire College to study Photography he went on to shoot images for local & national businesses as well as Photographic Magazines and was a regular contributor to Photo Answers Magazine. On relocation to London, he assisted for a few years shooting cars, room sets and products. In 2001 Shed Productions asked Stuart to shoot the cast of the TV series BAD GIRLS for the official book, he spent a week on set at Three Mills Studios in East London where he shot the cast including Linda Henry, Claire King & Debra Stephenson.

He has since shot Portraits, Still Life for Companies such as LG, Coca-Cola & NEC In 1997, Stuart Price won his Category in the Image Bank / Campaign Magazine Awards The Award was made and presented to him by a young Thomas Heatherwick at The Mall Galleries in LondonIn 1998, Stuart Price won the Agfa / British Journal Of Photography Awards for a digital manipulated imageIn 2011 he exhibited at the Association of Photographers Open Awards Official website Personal blog