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Szydłowiec County

Szydłowiec County is a unit of territorial administration and local government in Masovian Voivodeship, east-central Poland. It came into being on January 1, 1999, as a result of the Polish local government reforms passed in 1998, its administrative seat and only town is Szydłowiec. The county covers an area of 452.22 square kilometres. As of 2006 its total population is 40,083, out of which the population of Szydłowiec is 12,030 and the rural population is 28,053. Szydłowiec County is bordered by Radom County to the north-east, Starachowice County to the south-east, Skarżysko County to the south, Końskie County to the west and Przysucha County to the north-west; the county is subdivided into five gminas. These are listed in descending order of population. Polish official population figures 2006

Eternal Flame (album)

Eternal Flame is Do As Infinity's seventh studio album, released on September 30, 2009. The band had disbanded in September 2005, but reformed three years in September 2008; this is the first new album the band released after reforming, is the first album by the band not to have Dai Nagao on the staff, though his song "Tangerine Dream" was remixed as a bonus track. The album contains twelve music tracks plus one bonus track for the limited edition first print release of Eternal Flame. Two of the tracks were featured on Do As Infinity's 21st single "∞1". Three of the songs were featured on Japanese television: "Saigo no Game", "Meramera", "Piece Of Your Heart". Two different editions of the album were released, CD and CD+DVD. Between March 14 and April 14, 2009, a contest called Do! Creative!! was held to give Do As Infinity fans a chance to compose songs that the band would perform. Of the 1000 songs received, three were chosen to be placed on Eternal Flame: "Nighter" composed by Yu, "Kitakaze" composed by Yosuke Kawashima, "Honō" composed by Shinpei.

All music arranged by Seiji Kameda. A "Tangerine Dream" was a bonus track only featured in the limited edition first print CD release of Eternal Flame. B The documentary "Do As Fukkatsu Made no Kiseki" was bonus footage only featured in the limited edition first print CD+DVD release of Eternal Flame. Eternal Flame at Avex Network

North Lakeville, Massachusetts

North Lakeville is a census-designated place in the town of Lakeville in Plymouth County, United States. The population was 2,630 at the 2010 census, it is bounded by the Middleboro-Lakeville town line to the east, Assawompset Pond to the south, Precinct Street to the southwest, Rhode Island Road to the north/northwest. North Lakeville is located at 41°51′55″N 70°56′42″W. According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 13.4 km², of which 13.3 km² is land and 0.2 km² is water. As of the census of 2000, there were 2,233 people, 821 households, 640 families residing in the CDP; the population density was 168.1/km². There were 861 housing units at an average density of 64.8/km². The racial makeup of the CDP was 96.37% White, 0.22% African American, 0.18% Native American, 1.07% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islander, 0.90% from other races, 1.21% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.03% of the population. There were 821 households out of which 30.6% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 65.5% were married couples living together, 9.1% had a female householder with no husband present, 22.0% were non-families.

18.0% of all households were made up of individuals and 9.5% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.72 and the average family size was 3.07. In the CDP, the population was spread out with 23.3% under the age of 18, 6.5% from 18 to 24, 29.3% from 25 to 44, 25.8% from 45 to 64, 15.0% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 40 years. For every 100 females, there were 92.8 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 93.7 males. The median income for a household in the CDP was $61,176, the median income for a family was $67,026. Males had a median income of $51,094 versus $31,813 for females; the per capita income for the CDP was $27,906. About 1.2% of families and 2.2% of the population were below the poverty line, including 3.0% of those under age 18 and 4.0% of those age 65 or over

Charles Howard, 2nd Earl of Nottingham

Charles Howard, 2nd Earl of Nottingham of Effingham, Surrey was the second son of Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Nottingham. His mother was the former Catherine Carey. From 1615 to 1624 he was styled Lord Howard of Effingham before he succeeding his father in the latter year as 2nd Earl of Nottingham, he was a Member of Parliament five times between 1597 and 1614, for Bletchingley and for Surrey in 1597, for Sussex in 1601 and 1604 and for New Shoreham in the Addled Parliament of 1614. He was knighted in 1603 and appointed Vice-Admiral of Sussex for life, he was married first on 19 May 1597 to Charity White, daughter to Robert White and secondly, on 22 April 1620, to Mary Cokayne, daughter of Sir William Cockayne, Lord Mayor of London in 1619. There were no known children from either marriage and he was therefore succeeded by his half-brother, Charles Howard, 3rd Earl of Nottingham; the senior school in Effingham, the Howard of Effingham School, is named after him

Bobbie Wickham

Roberta "Bobbie" Wickham is a recurring fictional character in the Jeeves and Mr. Mulliner stories of English comic writer P. G. Wodehouse, being a mischievous red-headed girl, fond of practical jokes, she is a friend and one-time love interest of Jeeves's master Bertie Wooster, a relative of Mr. Mulliner. Roberta "Bobbie" Wickham is the daughter of Lady Wickham and the late Sir Cuthbert of Skeldings Hall, Herts, she is the first cousin, once removed, of Mr. Mulliner, Lady Wickham being his cousin, she has bright red hair, sometimes styled into a shingle bob. Described as being built along the lines of Clara Bow, she is a slim, boyish-looking girl, who "resembled a good-looking schoolboy who had dressed up in his sister's clothes". Bertie's Aunt Dahlia describes her as "a one-girl beauty chorus". Bobbie was educated at St. Monica's school at Bingley-on-Sea, she enjoys pranking others, creates trouble, both intentionally and otherwise, in the stories she appears in. Bertie Wooster is in love with her in one story, "Jeeves and the Yule-tide Spirit", though Bertie's valet Jeeves does not think she would be a suitable partner for Bertie.

Jeeves is concerned by her frivolous nature, as well as her vivid red hair, which he considers a dangerous sign. At first, Bertie ignores Jeeves's misgivings, but Bertie's feelings about Bobbie change after he discovers that he was a target of Bobbie's latest prank, which involved himself, Tuppy Glossop, hot water bottles. However, Bertie remains friendly towards her and helps her with various tasks in stories, as he feels that he can still be civil to her though he is no longer in love with her. In "Episode of the Dog McIntosh", Bobbie wants Bertie's help to sell a play written by her mother to the American producer, Mr. Blumenfeld. In "Jeeves and the Kid Clementina" she tells Bertie to return her cousin kid Clementina to school; as Clementina is out without permission, Bobbie tells Bertie to use a method involving a flower pot and string to sneak Clementina into school. These three short stories are collected in Very Good, Jeeves. Bobbie's last appearance is in the novel Jeeves in the Offing, in which Bertie is alarmed by an announcement in The Times stating that he is engaged to Bobbie.

Bertie learns from her that the announcement is fake. Her mother might not otherwise approve, though Bobbie loves Kipper, she acknowledges that he does not have a title and is not wealthy. Bobbie and Kipper have disputes in the novel but they reconcile and are engaged at the end of the story. Aside from Bertie and Kipper, Bobbie was courted by Roland Attwater in "Something Squishy", Dudley Finch in "The Awful Gladness of the Mater", Clifford Gandle in "Mr Potter Takes a Rest Cure", Ambrose Wiffin in "The Passing of Ambrose". Bobbie appears in "Dudley Is Back to Normal", though this story was rewritten to be a Mr. Mulliner story without Bobbie. In the original version of the story, Dudley falls for her again. After she tricks him, Dudley is back to normal. Bobbie Wickham is featured in: Mr Mulliner Speaking "Something Squishy" – Mr. Mulliner "The Awful Gladness of the Mater" – Mr. Mulliner "The Passing of Ambrose" – Mr. Mulliner Blandings Castle and Elsewhere "Mr Potter Takes a Rest Cure" – Bobbie Very Good, Jeeves "Jeeves and the Yule-tide Spirit" – Jeeves "Episode of the Dog McIntosh" – Jeeves "Jeeves and the Kid Clementina" – Jeeves Plum Stones "Dudley Is Back to Normal" – Bobbie Jeeves in the Offing – Jeeves TelevisionTracy Reed portrayed Bobbie in BBC One's black-and-white The World of Wooster.

Pauline Collins portrayed Bobbie in the 1975–1978 series Wodehouse Playhouse, in the episode "Mr. Potter Takes a Rest Cure". In the 1990-1993 television series Jeeves and Wooster, Bobbie was portrayed by Nina Botting in series 1, episode 2 and Niamh Cusack in series 3, episode 6. In the beginning of each of these episodes, Bertie wants to propose to Bobbie, whereas in the original Jeeves canon, Bertie was only romantically interested in her in one story; the first time he wants to propose to her in the television series is still related to the hot water bottle incident. Bobbie did not appear in the canonical story in which Bertie considers parenthood, "Bertie Changes His Mind". List of Jeeves characters, an alphabetical list of Jeeves characters List of P. G. Wodehouse characters in the Jeeves stories, a categorized outline of Jeeves characters List of Jeeves and Wooster characters, a list of characters in the television series Notes BibliographyCawthorne, Nigel. A Brief Guide to Wooster. Constable & Robinson.

ISBN 978-1-78033-824-8. Garrison, Daniel H.. Who's Who in Wodehouse. Constable & Robinson. ISBN 1-55882-087-6. Kuzmenko, Michel. "Wodehouse Bibliography". The Russian Wodehouse Society. Retrieved 28 September 2007. Reggie. "Wodehouse Who's Who: Roberta and Lady Wickham". Blandings, a Companion to the Works of P. G. Wodehouse. Archived from the original on 6 May 2008. Ring, Tony. Wodehouse in Woostershire. Porpoise Books. ISBN 1-870-304-19-5. Taves, Brian. P. G. Wodehouse and Hollywood: Screenwriting and Adaptations. McFarland & Company