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David Taylor (rugby league)

Dave Taylor known by the nickname of "Coal Train", is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 2000s and 2010s, he played in the National Rugby League and Super League as a second-row or prop. A Queensland State of Origin and Australia international representative, during his career he played for the Brisbane Broncos, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Gold Coast Titans and Canberra Raiders in the NRL, the Catalans Dragons in the Super League. Taylor grew up in the Central Queensland coal mining town of Blackwater where he started off his career playing in the Under-7s with the Blackwater Crushers. Taylor attended St. Brendan's College in Yeppoon and in 2005 represented Australia at schoolboy level, he played Rugby Union before committing to League. In 2006, Taylor signed with the Brisbane Broncos. Playing 49 times over 3 seasons, he departed the Brisbane side in 2009 to join South Sydney. Taylor was one of the Rabbitohs’ strongest players during his two seasons with the club, earning four Queensland State of Origin caps while with the club, as well as selection in the Australian squad at the end of the 2011 season.

Taylor was selected to play in the 2010 All Stars match but withdrew due to injury. In his first year with Souths, Taylor was selected to play for Queensland and made his debut for the Maroons from the bench in Game I of the 2010 State of Origin series, he played in all 3 games in 2010. Taylor played game 2 and was suspended in time for the third game 2011 and as a result, was unable to play. Taylor made his test debut for Australia in 2012 ANZAC test, he played for Queensland in the 2012 State of Origin series. Taylor played in the first two origins dropped for the third game in 2012. At the end of the 2012 season, Taylor was included in the Australian train-on squad. Taylor signed a 4-year contract with the Gold Coast Titans in 2012, it was reported. Taylor joined the acclaimed forward pack of the Titans, which included Greg Bird, Nate Myles, Ashley Harrison and Luke Bailey, all of which had played in their representative state teams. 2013 was a up-and-down year for Taylor. Failing to make the Queensland Maroons, as well as Taylor being dropped from the first grade squad, led to many media reports suggesting the Titans made one of the poorer signings for 2013.

Taylor was recalled to Queensland's squad for the second State of Origin match in 2014, replacing the injured Corey Parker. He scored 7 tries from his 19 NRL appearances. One of five Titans players charged with cocaine possession or supply in 2015, Taylor was stood down from the first grade squad, but recalled after pleading innocent, he was left out of the Queensland State of Origin team and was dropped to the Titans Queensland Cup feeder club mid-season. In October, he was ordered to stand trial over the cocaine charges. On 4 August 2015, Taylor signed a 2-year contract with French Super League club Catalans Dragons beginning in 2016, he announced his ambitions to play for England for which he is eligible through his Cumbrian born grandfather. On 18 October 2016, Taylor was offered a train and trial contract with the Canberra Raiders and trained with the team during the 2017 pre-season. Based on his performances, the Raiders coach, Ricky Stuart, offered him a contract for 2017, he was available for selection from round three after serving a 2 match suspension.

In November 2016, Taylor was fined $1000 after he pleaded guilty to cocaine possession charges dating back to August 2016. Taylor made his 2017 appearance off the bench for the Raiders in their 46-6 win over the Wests Tigers at GIO Stadium in Canberra. Taylor had signed to play with Kingstone Press Championship side Toronto Wolfpack for the 2018 season but before he could make his debut it was reported on 18 January 2018 that Taylor, along with teammates Fuifui Moimoi and Ryan Bailey, parted ways with the club by "mutual agreement" following a preseason training camp in Portugal, it was reported that the players had twice missed curfew during the trip. On 1 February 2018, it was announced that Taylor had been signed by the Rockhampton-based QRL team, the Central Queensland Capras on a two-year deal to play in the Intrust Super Cup competition; the Capras decision to sign Taylor was described by the media as him being handed a lifeline and an opportunity for him to get his playing career back on track.

Upon signing with the Capras, Taylor claimed a couple of NRL sides were interested in signing him but he had declined their interest, preferring to return home. However, Taylor said that despite his reluctance to re-enter the NRL, the Capras had indicated that they would be prepared to release him from his contract if an opportunity arose for him to join another NRL club during his time at the Capras. On 13 August 2018, television personality Erin Molan was slammed by fans and the media for fat shaming Taylor during a segment on the Sunday Footy Show. Molan was forced to apologize to Taylor the following day taking to Twitter to say “ appalled by this,” she wrote. “Unreservedly apologise on behalf of the show to Dave Taylor. The panel were expecting the vision to show a big hit as our gutsy play. There was no malice or intent to offend but that doesn’t matter. We are sorry". On 20 June 2019, Taylor retired from rugby league, having played 22 games over one and a half seasons for the Capras. NRL profile Catalans Dragons profile 2015 Gold Coast Titans profile

Charles C. Campbell (voice actor)

Charles Clinton Campbell is an American ADR director, recording engineer, voice actor for ADV Films/Seraphim Digital and Funimation/Okatron 5000. He provides voices for a number of English-language dubs of Japanese anime films. Campbell was employed as ADV Films' first in-house ADR audio engineer, he sat behind the mixing board through many ADV classics, including Neon Genesis Evangelion, Blue Seed, Battle Angel, Golden Boy and the live action giant monster classic Gamera: Guardian of the Universe. He moved to Austin in 1998 to open ADV's Monster Island Studios, his directorial and writing debut was in 2000's Lost Universe. After directing the dub of Korean "live action" hit No Blood, No Tears in 2004, he was transferred back to ADV Studios in Houston. There he produced the 105-episode Science Ninja Team Gatchaman dub. In addition to writing and directing, Campbell has been a voice actor in many ADV titles. In recent years Charlie has been working at Funimation as a voice actor and occasional director in shows like One Piece, Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple.

He recently directed the Rurouni Kenshin: New Kyoto Arc and the Gatchaman OVA for Sentai Filmworks in 2013. Borderlands 2 - Various DC Universe Online - Kilowog Smite - Ymir Is Here 009-1 Blade of the Phantom Master City Hunter: The Secret Service Comic Party Revolution Devil Lady Final Fantasy: Unlimited Gatchaman Getter Robo: Armageddon Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor Jing: King of Bandits Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple Moeyo Ken Lost Universe Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water New Fist of the North Star One Piece Project Blue Earth SOS Pumpkin Scissors Rurouni Kenshin: New Kyoto Arc Sakura Diaries Sakura Wars Samurai X Science Ninja Team Gatchaman Steam Detectives Zone of the Enders 801 T. T. S. Airbats The Adventures of Kotetsu Battle Angel Black Lion Blue Seed Burn-Up W City Hunter:.357 Magnum City Hunter: Bay City Wars City Hunter: Goodbye My Sweetheart City Hunter: Million Dollar Conspiracy City Hunter: The Secret Service Debutante Detective Corps Devil Hunter Yohko Devil Lady Dirty Pair Flash Dragoon Ellcia Fire Emblem Getter Robo: Armageddon Golden Boy Iczelion Jing, King of Bandits Kimera Legend of Crystania Lost Universe Maps Mazinkaiser Moeyo Ken TV My Dear Marie Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water Neon Genesis Evangelion New Fist of the North Star Ninja Resurrection Plastic Little Queen Emeraldas Rail of the Star Samurai X Sakura Wars Shattered Angels Shuten-Doji: The Star-Hand Kid Sol Bianca Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie Suikoden Demon Century Tekken: The Motion Picture Variable Geo The Wallflower Zone of the Enders City Hunter: The Secret Service Guyver: The Bio-boosted Armor Lost Universe Project Blue Earth SOS Science Ninja Team Gatchaman City Hunter: The Secret Service Devil Lady Final Fantasy: Unlimited Getter Robo: Armageddon Jing, King of Bandits Lost Universe Mazinkaiser Moeyo Ken Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water New Fist of the Star Project Blue Earth SOS Sakura Wars Samurai X Science Ninja Team Gatchaman Soul Hunter Steam Detectives Zone of the Enders Charles Campbell at Anime News Network's encyclopedia Charles Campbell on IMDb Official Myspace page

List of United States Supreme Court cases, volume 362

This is a list of all the United States Supreme Court cases from volume 362 of the United States Reports: Nelson v. County of Los Angeles, 362 U. S. 1 United States v. Raines, 362 U. S. 17 United States v. Parke, Davis & Co. 362 U. S. 29 United States v. Thomas, 362 U. S. 58 Talley v. California, 362 U. S. 60 Florida Lime & Avocado Growers, Inc. v. Jacobsen, 362 U. S. 73 FPC v. Tuscarora Indian Nation, 362 U. S. 99 Sublett v. Adams, 362 U. S. 143 Corso v. Security-First Nat. Bank of Los Angeles, 362 U. S. 144 Flora v. United States, 362 U. S. 145 Thompson v. Louisville, 362 U. S. 199 Scripto, Inc. v. Carson, 362 U. S. 207 McGann v. United States, 362 U. S. 214 City of Covington v. Public Serv. Comm'n of Ky. 362 U. S. 215 Smith v. Columbia County, 362 U. S. 215 Willis v. United States, 362 U. S. 216 Abel v. United States, 362 U. S. 217 Jones v. United States, 362 U. S. 257 NLRB v. Drivers, 362 U. S. 274 FTC v. Travelers Health Assn. 362 U. S. 293 Tilghman v. Culver, 362 U. S. 308 McGann v. United States, 362 U.

S. 309 Mitchell v. H. B. Zachry Co. 362 U. S. 310 Union Pacific R. Co. v. United States, 362 U. S. 327 Rubber Workers v. NLRB, 362 U. S. 329 Railroad Telegraphers v. Chicago & North Western R. Co. 362 U. S. 330 Marine Cooks v. Panama S. S. Co. 362 U. S. 365 Miller Music Corp. v. Charles N. Daniels, Inc. 362 U. S. 373 Mackey v. Mendoza-Martinez, 362 U. S. 384 Yancy v. United States, 362 U. S. 389 Niukkanen v. McAlexander, 362 U. S. 390 Ward v. Atlantic Coast Line R. Co. 362 U. S. 396 Burlington-Chicago Cartage, Inc. v. United States, 362 U. S. 401 Bogle v. Jakes Foundry Co. 362 U. S. 401 Dusky v. United States, 362 U. S. 402 Izzo v. Illinois, 362 U. S. 403 New Hampshire Fire Ins. Co. v. Scanlon, 362 U. S. 404 Machinists v. NLRB, 362 U. S. 411 Huron Portland Cement Co. v. Detroit, 362 U. S. 440 Phillips v. New York, 362 U. S. 456 Cerminaro v. Urban Redevelopment Authority, 362 U. S. 457 Cleveland Elec. Illuminating Co. v. City of Euclid, 362 U. S. 457 Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Assn. Inc. v. United States, 362 U.

S. 458 Norstrand v. Little, 362 U. S. 474 Communications Workers v. NLRB, 362 U. S. 479 United States v. Republic Steel Corp. 362 U. S. 482 Schaffer v. United States, 362 U. S. 511 Wyatt v. United States, 362 U. S. 525 Mitchell v. Trawler Racer, Inc. 362 U. S. 539 Parker v. Ellis, 362 U. S. 574 Needelman v. United States, 362 U. S. 600 United States v. Alabama, 362 U. S. 602 Teamsters v. Oliver, 362 U. S. 605 Wilde v. Wyoming, 362 U. S. 607 McMorran v. Tuscarora Nation of Indians, 362 U. S. 608 Helm v. Arizona, 362 U. S. 609 Levine v. United States, 362 U. S. 610 Rohr Aircraft Corp. v. County of San Diego, 362 U. S. 628 Williams v. LaVallee, 362 U. S. 637 Sims Motor Transport Lines, Inc. v. United States, 362 U. S. 637 Supreme Court of the United States United States Supreme Court cases in volume 362 United States Supreme Court cases in volume 362 United States Supreme Court cases in volume 362

Puzzle contest

Puzzle contests are popular competitions in which the objective is to solve a puzzle within a given time limit, to obtain the best possible score among all players. One of the earliest puzzle contests was held about 1910; the publisher of the New York Herald offered a $5 gold piece to the reader who could form the most words using the letters from the shortest verse in the Bible. More than 400 readers submitted identical solutions listing 2505 words, the publisher was obliged to pay $5 to each of them, since no provision had been made for ties. Puzzle contests started to gain widespread popularity in the 1920s, in 1927 the tabloid newspaper the New York Evening Graphic offered $50,000 in a contest. By the 1940s and 1950s millions of players tried to solve puzzles published in a wide range of newspapers and magazines; the first puzzle contests in that era were designed to boost the circulation of the magazine or newspaper. These contests were free to play; the most popular contest of this era was the Tangle Towns contest.

Shortly after the New York Herald Tribune started publishing Tangle Towns in September 1954, the number of readers went up 72,000 to over 400,000. It was believed; these contests ran in newspapers in major cities. In this contest the names of local cities would be scrambled, such as WONKERY for NEW YORK; the player had to unscramble the name. As the contest progressed, two city names, three city names would all be scrambled together; the final tiebreaker would consist of several hundred letters from which the player would have to form 20 or 25 city names, with various scores assigned to different letters and letter combinations. The largest prize paid in a puzzle contest is still the $190,000 prize offered in a 1947 contest sponsored by Unicorn Press; the final puzzle consisted of several dozen pictures. The resulting words had to be anagrammed in the style of a Word Rebus, with points added for each word used, points deducted for individual letters that were included in the rebus; the puzzle was designed by William Sunners, a Brooklyn schoolteacher for a fee of $15,000.

In the 1950s the focus of puzzle contests became fund-raising. Organizations such as the Boy Scouts and the Salvation Army would advertise their contests in large-circulation magazines; these contests either had an entry fee to play, or required a donation to the sponsoring organization. The most popular format for these contests was a picture composed of digits; the player had to add all of the digits. The final tiebreaker would require the player to draw a path through a grid of several hundred numbers to obtain the highest possible total; the current era of puzzle contests, in which the contests are conducted entirely by mail, began in the early 1970s. A promoter of packaged vacation tours called American Holiday Association decided to use a puzzle contest to publicize its holiday packages; the puzzle contest proved so popular, that AHA dropped its vacation business and became a puzzle contest promoter. The best-known of the AHA contests was their BINGO format word grid. In the first round the player had to fill in 5 words into the 5x5 grid, meshing with the word BINGO, filled into the left column.

Since there were only 2 words in the word list starting with B, only 2 words with I, etc. no real skill was required. The second round was similar, with BINGO filled in the diagonal. Again, there were only 2 words starting with B, only 2 words with I in the second position, so forth. At their peak, around 1985-90, the AHA contests drew about 100,000 players in each contest, with a new contest starting every week

Soul food health trends

Soul food is a kind of African American cuisine that emphasizes fired and boiled food dishes using chicken, pork fat, organ meats, sweet potatoes and green leafy vegetables. Since it has embed in African American's culture for long time with its negative effects on people's health, given the healthy trends in modern times, both physically and mentally, it is necessary to maintain body physically and mentally fit. Heathy diet give necessary suppliments to our body. Modify traditional soul food within the healthy trends and advocate it; this article will describe modifying soul food in five aspects, including soul food with low carb, soul food with low sugar, soul food with low fat, soul food for vegan and soul food in gluten-free. Lastly, it will give high-profile advocates to promote soul food within health trends. Being one kind of traditional cuisine of American American in the southern U. S, soul food is described as “seductive, filling, high-fat, traditional cuisine of Black Americans southern Blacks” by African American women.

It evolves a long history of slavery and segregation. To produce a distinctive African American cuisine, slaves that were brought to the USA combined their West African cooking methods with British and native American techniques and with whatever foods that were accessible to them. Troisi and Wrigh claimed that food consumption of food is not only out of hunger, but for its emotional and symbolic meanings. To prove that idea, an empirical research was done to analyse how food works in both physical and mental aspects. After the research, they concluded that people's thought and evolution for particular food depend on their mental association and social psychological processes. On other word, both biological and psychological needs affect food choice, implying that comfort food can be applied in psychology. There are beliefs and self-efficiency issues that affect food consumption and food choice. Most people suffer from time scarcity because of planning, preparation, cooking and cleaning involved.

A survey was conducted between 57 Africa Americas to assess their those aspects that relate to healthy eating. It is found that although people have awareness and knowledge about healthy eating, the survey showed that there are barriers that restrict people's healthy eating, with price of heathy food as main barriers in food choice. Another research showed that barriers of heathy eating comes from not only the price, flavour and absence of social report, but changes in total energy, fat intake and weigh. More broadly, a project conducted showed that factors that influence diet and life styles come from individual, social and community aspects; the research showed that high-fat traditional food preferences, kmmonon frying and addition of salted meats to vegetables are based on ethnic differences in dietary intake and culture traditions. As a result, with those barriers prevent people from healthy eating, the increasing consumption relates to the demand of unhealthy soul food leads to health disparities, such as obesity, diabetes or hypertension.

This is common among African American, one of the largest ethnic minority groups in United States. With the improvement of economical status, people who suffer from the hunger decreases in developed countries; however and more people are experiencing stress, over consumption of fast food and sweets, staying up etc. which make them suffer from depression, obesity, hypertension, cancers and so on among those African Americans. As a result and more people claim that we should focus on the quality of food rather than the quantity of it. Although soul food comprises various healthy food such as collards, rice and sweet potato, it comprises high intake of fat from various meant pork, seasoned with lard or other animal fats. Along with barriers that prevent Africa America from choosing healthy food, they suffer from chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. Diet as one of the important lifestyle factors, is important in preventing health conditions, thus recipes of soul food should be modified to be healthy and affordable in aspects of alternative ingredients and cooking methods.

Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension to produce healthy soul food is one example of diet plan, to reduce risks of diseases that caused by unhealthy diet. It maintains flavour and acceptability of traditional soul foods and meet people's nutrient requirement at the same time. Moreover, Food of Health and Soul is another local faith community that “support families’ interest in retaining their cultural foods while reducing dietary fat and sugar and increasing fiber”. Soul food with low carb Low carb is known as low carbohydrate, high fat. Diabetes Research and clinical Practice found that low carb positively affects glucose control in patients with type 2 diabetes, triglycerides and HDL, it is suggested that ideal diet requires less than 130 g of carbohydrate a day and claims to be promoted as a permanent lifestyle choice through books and websites. For example, people are suggested to eat green vegetables, fish and just as well as whole fat dairy and olive oil. Desserts with high sugar are consumed for hedonistic rewards among women.

However, high sugar intake tends to increase risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardio-metabolic diseases and compromised oral health. Instead, research showed that honey is beneficial to health with its "gastroprotective, reproductive, h

Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center

The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center is a teaching museum, major art repository, exhibition space on the campus of Vassar College, in Poughkeepsie, New York, United States. It was founded in 1864 as the Vassar College Art Gallery, it displays works from antiquity to contemporary times. Vassar was the first college or university in the country to include an art museum as part of its original plan; the current 36,000-square-foot facility was designed by César Pelli and named in honor of the new building’s primary donor Frances Lehman Loeb, a member of the Class of 1928. The Lehman Loeb Art Center’s collections chart the history of art from antiquity to the present and comprise over 18,000 works, including paintings, drawings, photographs and glass and ceramic wares. Teaching students and working as an important tangible complement to the curriculum is the main focus of the collection. Notable holdings include the Warburg Collection of Old Master prints, an important group of Hudson River School paintings given by Matthew Vassar at the college’s inception, a wide range of works by major European and American twentieth century painters.

At the time of its founding, the collection's largest holding was a large group of Hudson River School paintings. These were donated by Matthew Vassar himself who purchased them from the Rev. Elias Magoon of Albany, New York; the collection, named for Magoon, includes the work of Frederic Church, Asher Durand, Joseph Mallord William Turner. The Warburg Collection of Old Master prints features works by Rembrandt van Rijn, they were given to Vassar's collection in 1941 by Felix Warburg. The greatest strength of the art collection housed by the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center is its 20th-century works by European and American artists. Included in this group are significant works by Pablo Picasso, Arthur Dove, Ian Hornak, Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O'Keeffe, Francis Bacon, Jackson Pollock, Alexander Calder, Nancy Graves, Marsden Hartley; the art center is housed in a structure designed by Argentine architect César Pelli. It features a curved glass entry, rooms separating covering Asian. Changing print and photographic exhibitions are housed in a separate room.

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