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D. J. Davis (baseball)

Dylan Jaleel Davis is an American professional baseball outfielder, a free agent. Davis was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the first round of the 2012 Major League Baseball draft out of Stone High School in Wiggins, Mississippi, he made his professional debut with the Rookie-level Gulf Coast Blue Jays that year. He played for the Rookie Advanced Bluefield Blue Jays and Short Season-A Vancouver Canadians, batted a combined.250 with five home runs, 18 RBI, 25 stolen bases. He played the 2013 season with Bluefield, batting.240 with six home runs with 25 RBI. He was promoted to the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts to start the 2014 season, spent the entire season there. In 121 games, Davis batted.213 with eight home runs and 52 RBI. Davis remained with Lansing for the 2015 season, set career-highs in several offensive statistics, including batting average, RBI. Davis was assigned to the Advanced-A Dunedin Blue Jays to open the 2016 minor league season, he had a disappointing campaign, hitting just.197 with one home run, 15 RBI, 22 stolen bases in 83 games for Dunedin.

In the offseason, Davis was assigned to the Canberra Cavalry of the Australian Baseball League. Davis spent the entire 2017 season with Dunedin, batted.258 with two home runs, 33 RBI, 32 stolen bases. Davis appeared in 36 games for Dunedin in 2018. On June 15, he was released by the Blue Jays organization. Davis's father, Wayne played in the Blue Jays organization. Career statistics and player information from MLB, or Fangraphs, or Baseball-Reference

Ajagara (Assembly constituency)

Ajagara Assembly constituency is one of the 403 constituencies of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly, India. It is one of the five assembly constituencies in the Chandauli. First assembly election in this assembly constituency was conducted in 2012 after the constituency came into existence in the year 2008 as a result of the "Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 2008". Ajagara Assembly constituency comprises KCs Palahi Patti, Ajagara, PCs Dallipur, Shahpur, Raisipatti, Harhua, Koirajpur, Undi, Ekla, Paschimpur, Parsadpur, Puarikala, Puarikhurd & Bhopapur of Harahaua KC of Pindra Tehsil. Chandauli district Chandauli Government of Uttar Pradesh List of Vidhan Sabha constituencies of Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly

Woodbridge Farm

The Woodbridge Farm is a historic farm property on Woodbridge Road in Salem, Connecticut. The property was developed by Nathaniel Woodbridge in 1791, it had more than 200 years of cultivation, many decades of ownership by the Woodbridge family; the property includes an early farmstead, remade in the early 20th century into a Colonial Revival country house. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997; the Woodbridge Farm is located on southwestern Salem, on more than 150 acres divided by Woodbridge Road between West Road and Connecticut Route 82. All but about 45 acres are wooded, with the open land now taken up by pasture; the main farm complex is located on the north side of Woodbridge Road. A small family cemetery is located in a wooded area east of the farmstead; the farm complex includes the main house and a detached outbuilding, which combine to form a enclosed farmyard. The main house has a 2-1/2 story main block, with ells extending to the left and rear, both of 20th-century construction.

The main block is of wood frame construction, with a gabled roof, central chimney, clapboarded exterior. The outbuilding is anchored by a 19th-century barn, set on an older foundation, from which a series of stables and sheds extend to the north; the farm was established on a 10,000 acres property purchased by Samuel Browne of Salem, Massachusetts in 1700. The Brownes leased the land to tenant farmers, never lived here, their land was seized during the American Revolution because William Browne, Samuel's grandson, was a Loyalist who fled to England in 1776. This parcel was purchased at auction by Thomas Shaw of New London, who built the house in 1791 for his nephew, Nathaniel Woodbridge around the time of his first marriage. Sold out of the family in the mid-19th century, it was repurchased by Woodbridge's grandson, Alfred Mitchell, in 1900; the Mitchells oversaw the conversion of the main house into a country estate house, retaining most of the original features in the main house, adding the ells.

At the time of its National Register listing in 1997, the property was owned by Mitchell's daughters. National Register of Historic Places listings in New London County, Connecticut

Diadema palmeri

Diadema palmeri is a red sea urchin of the family Diadematidae. It was first discovered by William Palmer, at a depth of about 40 m off the Poor Knights Islands, a small group off the temperate north eastern coast of New Zealand; the species has been found in other subtropical regions around the South Pacific at greater depths, including New Zealand's Kermadec Islands, Australia's lower east coast - off Danger Point to Montague Island, New South Wales, Lord Howe Island and the Norfolk Island Ridge. Baker, Alan N. 1967. Two new echinoids from northern New Zealand, including a new species of Diadema. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand 8: 239-245. "Kermadec Islands - echinoderms"

London and Provincial Union of Licensed Vehicle Workers

The London and Provincial Union of Licensed Vehicle Workers was a trade union representing taxi drivers in and around London. It was regarded as one of the most militant unions in the country. In 1890, the Metropolitan Cab Drivers' Trade Union was founded by John Beasley; the following year, the London Cab Company raised the charges it made to cab drivers, but the union led a successful strike, the company instead agreed to lower its charges. Membership had fallen to only 300 by the following year. By 1894, the union was moribund, the cab company decided this provided an opportunity to raise its charges again. Workers decided against reviving the old union, instead formed a new one, the London Cab Drivers' Trade Union, which by the end of the year had 2,936 members. Ben Smith was appointed as its first organiser, he proved successful, membership reaching 6,850 by 1896, although it began falling. A combination of extensions to the London Underground and bus routes, increased traffic congestion, was reducing demand for horse-drawn cabs.

In response, the union undertook a strike in 1904 in order to get employers to agree to reduce hire charges, in the hope of increasing business. This succeed after only five days, prompted many other cab drivers to join, membership rebounding to 6,121 by the end of the year; the membership boom proved short-lived, by 1908, it had fallen to a new low of only 1,632, as members began facing competition from the first motorised cabs. Unlike some unions elsewhere, the union decided to embrace the new technology, offering cheap driving lessons to members, in exchange for motor cab drivers receiving higher pay. By 1913, most of the union's members drove motor cabs, the union led a strike which succeeded in getting employers to pay for the petrol used. Again, this produced a boom in membership, which rose to 20,000, the union began recruiting members from outside London, renaming itself as the "London and Provincial Union of Licensed Vehicle Workers"; the union badge was red in colour, given this and its reputation for militancy, it was nicknamed the "red union".

In 1919, the union merged with the Amalgamated Association of Tramway and Vehicle Workers, forming the United Vehicle Workers. 1894: Fred Simmons c.1900: Fred Hill 1913: H. A. Bywater c.1915: Alfred Smith

2015 Weymouth and Portland Borough Council election

The 2015 Weymouth and Portland Borough Council election took place on 7 May 2015 to elect 12 members of Weymouth and Portland Borough Council in England. This was on the same day as the 2015 general election; the elections saw the Conservatives Party gain 3 seats and become the largest party on the council with 14 seats, but without an overall majority. The Labour Party was reduced to 13 seats compared to the 15 they had after the 2014 election. After the election, the composition of the council was Conservative 14 Labour 13 Liberal Democrat 6 Independent 2 UKIP 1 Gain/loss is relative to the 2011 results; the following councillors had to seek re-election. No elections: Littlemoor, Westham East Anne Kenwood became an independent in March 2015