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Connie in the Country

Connie in the Country is the seventh studio album recorded by American country artist, Connie Smith. The recording was released in February 1967 as a budget album on RCA Camden Records and was produced by Bob Ferguson. Connie in the Country contained ten tracks; the album was a showcase of unreleased material Smith has recorded in the RCA studios between August 22 and August 23, 1966. The album included cover versions of Loretta Lynn's "World of Forgotten People," Buck Owens's "Foolin' Around" and "Love's Gonna Live Here," and "I Overlooked an Orchid." The album was issued with five songs on each side of the record. The album did not receive any album ratings; the album Connie in the Country was one of several albums of new recordings by popular country stars released by RCA on its low priced Camden label to encourage country fans to start collecting the label's popular artists. Smith's other albums on the Camden label are reissued material from her older RCA Victor albums; the album's only single, "Cry, Cry" became a major hit on Billboard Magazine's Hot Country Songs chart, reaching #20, becoming Smith's first single to peak outside of the country Top 10.

Connie Smith - lead vocals Anita Carter – background vocals Dorothy Dillard – background vocals Dolores Edgin – background vocals Buddy Harmandrums Walter Haynesbass guitar, guitar Priscilla Hubbard – background vocals Ron Huskey – bass Charles Justice – fiddle Leonard Miller – drums Weldon Myrick – steel guitar Louis Nunley – background vocals Dean Porter – guitar Hargus "Pig" Robbinspiano Velma Smith – guitar William Wright – background vocals Singles


Geniospasm is movement disorder of the mentalis muscle. It is a benign genetic disorder linked to chromosome 9q13-q21 where there are episodic involuntary up and down movements of the chin and lower lip; the movements consist of rapid fluttering or trembling at about 8 Hz superimposed onto a once per three seconds movement of higher amplitude and occur symmetrically in the V shaped muscle. The tongue and buccal floor muscles may be affected but to a much lesser degree; the movements are always present but extreme episodes may be precipitated by stress, concentration or emotion and commence in early childhood. The condition is rare and in a study in 1999 only 23 families in the world were known to be affected, although it may be under-reported. Inheritance is aggressively autosomal dominant. In at least two studies the condition appeared spontaneously in the families; the condition responds well to regular botulinus toxin injections into the mentalis muscle which paralyse the muscle but cause no impairment of facial expression or speech

The Cobbler's Cottage

The Cobbler's Cottage is a ca-1870 historic cottage in the United States National Historic Landmark District – Beaufort Historic District. The Cobbler's Cottage is a contributing property, # U-13-1013, of the Beaufort Historic District making the cottage a recognized member of the “National Register of Historic Places”; the Cobbler's Cottage is located at Block 66, Lot C, 713 Charles Street, South Carolina. The city of Beaufort, SC was chartered in 1711 with the streets and blocks established along a bluff of the Beaufort River so homes could be built facing south to catch the southern breezes. Stately homes were built in a T-shape known as the Beaufort Style Architecture to enhance catching the breeze from the river; the Cobbler's Cottage is not one of the stately homes of the Plantation Planters but a cottage for the common working class that supplied services to the Planters in the area of Beaufort called “The Old Commons”. Beaufort County Historic Site Survey, 1997, #U-13-1013. South Carolina, Beaufort, 1899 Sanborn Fire Insurance Map, sheet 5, corner Charles & Duke

Hypnale hypnale

Hypnale hypnale is a venomous pit viper species endemic to India and Sri Lanka. Common names include the hump-nosed viper, Merrem's hump-nosed viper and others listed below at § Common names. No subspecies are recognized. H. hypnale grows to an average of 30–45 cm in total length. The Armed Forces Pest Management Board states 0.4-0.6 m in total length. Its build is that of a typical viperid with a wide head; the snout is turned upwards, ending in a hump. The frontal and parietal shields are large, but those on the snout are small and irregular; the color pattern is grayish with heavy brown mottling, overlaid with a double row of large dark spots. The belly is yellowish with dark mottling; the tip of the tail is reddish. Common names include: hump-nosed viper, Merrem's hump-nosed viper, hump-nosed pit viper, Oriental hump-nosed viper, hump-nosed pitviper, polon thelissa-පොලොන් තෙලිස්සා & kunakatuwa-කුණක‍ටුවා, churutta /മുഴമൂക്കൻ കുഴി മണ്ഡലി. H. hypnale is found in peninsular India to the Western Ghats as far north as 16° N, in Sri Lanka, according to M.

A. Smith; the type locality given is "Castle Rock, India." H. hypnale is found in dense coffee plantations in hilly areas. H. hypnale is active during early night. It spends the day in thick bushes; this species can be found on the stream side basking during the sunrise. Although it is a slow mover, it is capable of fast strikes, it has an irritable disposition and will vibrate its tail when annoyed, a behavior it has in common with other pit vipers rattlesnakes of the genera Crotalus and Sistrurus. It has been described as nocturnal and aggressive when disturbed, it is the snake to cause the highest number of recorded snake bites in Sri Lanka. Bites from H. hypnale, although thought to be innocuous, are now known to cause serious complications such as coagulopathy and acute renal failure. If not treated within a few hours, bites can be fatal for human beings. While not included in the list of venomous snakes in Sri Lanka, it is now considered venomous, one of the medically important venomous snakes in Sri Lanka and on the south western coast of India.

As of November 2016, an antivenom is being developed by the Costa Rican Clodomiro Picado Institute, clinical trial phase in Sri Lanka. Adult females of H. hypnale bear live young from March through July. Brood size ranges from 4 to 17, the newborns are 13-14.5 cm long. List of crotaline species and subspecies Crotalinae by common name Crotalinae by taxonomic synonyms Snakebite Hypnale hypnale at the Reptile Database. Accessed 12 December 2007. Hypnale hypnale in the CalPhotos Photo Database, University of California, Berkeley

Rocca (French rapper)

Rocca is a French-Colombian Rapper and Producer born in April 1975, in Paris. Rocca is known as one of the best lyricist in French Rap, he gained recognition as a rapper during the 1990s as a part of the influential rap group, La Cliqua. As member of Tres Coronas. Cousin of Juan Pablo, Gabriela and Juanita Rocca; as a part of La Cliqua, Rocca toured radios and stages, released, in 95, a first EP, now considered a master piece of French Rap: "Conçu pour durer" on Arsenal Records. Rocca delivered, for the first time on record, his eccentric rhyming style alongside his microphone associates: Daddy Lord C, Raphaël, Egosyst, Dj Jelahee, Lumumba, Le Chimiste and Mush le Phonky Bwana. Kohndo and Lumumba formed the group Coup d'État Phonique, while Daddy Lord C and Rocca teamed up as La Squadra; the record was an immediate success in the French Hip-Hop scene. Arsenal Records signed with major label Barclay, La Cliqua worked on their next project released in 1996 as a compilation album: "Arsenal Represente le Vrai Hip-Hop".

The record featured all members of La Cliqua and their young affiliates: Petit Boss and Cercle Vicieux. Critically acclaimed, La Cliqua became a major feature on the French Hip-Hop landscape, they opened for Arrested Development at the Olympia in Paris and performed in New York City at the Zulu Nation Anniversary. Following in the footsteps of "Represente le Vrai Hip-Hop", Rocca was the first emcee from La Cliqua to release a solo album: "Entre Deux Monde" which featured Kohndo on: "Mot pour mot" and "Rap Contact 2". In 1997, Rocca's rhyme partner on "Coup d’Etat Phonique" decided to leave La Cliqua. Tres Coronas formed in New York City in 2001 by Rocca, fellow Colombian rapper P. N. O. with Dominican rapper Reychesta Secret Weapon. In April 2008, Rocca and the other members of La Cliqua came back together for a performance at the Festival l'Original in Lyon; this successful, reunion which resurrected on stage some of La Cliqua's classic repertoire, was followed in January 2009 by a sold out concert in Paris, at the Elysée Montmartre.

1994 Cut Killer & La Cliqua – Mixtape N°11 1995 Conçu pour durer 1996 Le Vrai Hip-Hop 1996 Le Vrai Hip-Hop 1999 La Cliqua 1999 Pas De Place Pour Les Traîtres 2007 Le meilleur, les classiques 2001: "Mixtape" 2002: "Mixtape Remix" 2003: "New York Mixtape" 2005: "Nuestra Cosa" 2006: "Nuestra Cosa: Deluxe Edition" 2007: "Street Album" 2008: "Mas Fuerte" 2011: "La Música Es Mi Arma" 2011: "La Música Es Mi Arma: Deluxe Edition" 1997 Entre Deux Mondes 2001: Elevación 2003: Amour Suprême 2012: Le Calme Sous La Pluie 2015: Bogotá-París 1995La Squadra - Requiem on La Haine's soundtrack Assassin Feat Rocca, Daddy Lord C, Ekoué, Stomy Bugsy, Sté & Undaconnexion - L'undaground s'exprime on Assassin's maxi, L'odyssée suit son cours Sleo Feat Rocca, Lady Laistee, Osez, LSO & Bruno - Ne joue pas avec le feu on Sleo's album, Ensemble pour l'aventure 19962Bal 2Neg Feat Rocca, Monsieur R & Vensty - Labyrinthe on 2Bal 2Neg's album, 3 X plus efficace La Cliqua - Rap contact on the compilation Arsenal Records représente le vrai Hip Hop Rocca - Le Hip Hop mon royaume on the compilation Arsenal Records représente le vrai Hip Hop La Squadra - Là d'où l'on vient on the compilation Arsenal Records représente le vrai Hip Hop La Cliqua - Paris la nuit on the compilation Arsenal Records représente le vrai Hip Hop1997La Cliqua - Apocalypse on the mixtape Invasion La Squadra - Là d'où l'on vient on the compilation L 432 N.

A. P Feat Rocca - Sans regret on N. A. P.'s album, La Fin du monde La Squadra - Un dernier jour sur Terre on the mixtape Cut Killer show1998Daddy Lord C Feat Rocca - Le contrat on Daddy Lord C's album, Le noble art Rainmen Feat La Squadra - Rien ne changera Rocca - La Fama Remix on the compilation Collectif Rap Vol.11999Big Red Feat Rocca - El dia de los muertes on Big Red's album, Big Redemption Rocca Feat Raphael - Sous un grand ciel gris on the compilation Le Groove prend le maki La Cliqua - Les quartiers chauffent on the compilation L'univers des lascars Rocca Feat Hamed Daye, Shurik'n & Kery James - Animalement votre on the compilation Première classe Vol.12000Monsieur R Feat Rocca, La Brigade & Rockin' Squat - Tu veux savoir on Monsieur R's album, Anticonstitutionnellement2001Rocca - Morts les enfants on the compilation Hexagone 2001 Rocca Feat Ill & Eloquence - Paris on the compilation Mission suicide Wallen Feat Rocca - Llama me on Wallen's album, A force de vivre Rocca - Animalement votre Remix on the compilation Une spéciale pour les halls2002Rocca Feat Niro - Qui a le son on the compilation Niroshima 22003Rocca - Traffic on the compilation French touch Vol.22004Rocca Feat Big Red - Redvolution on the compilation Reaggae sound system2005Rocca Feat The Beatnuts - Bring it back on the compilation The basement Pelson Feat Rocca - Konection2006Rocca - Illicite on the compilation Narcobeat 2: Règlement de compte Mastock Feat Rocca - Pas de kaille ici on Mastock's Street CD, J'avais prévenu Zahariya Feat Rocca - Donner l'envie2008Rocca - Festival L'Original - Lyon - Transbordeur - La Cliqua20