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Demographics of Bosnia and Herzegovina

This article is about the demographic features of the population of Bosnia and Herzegovina, including population density, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population. Births from January - September 2018 = 21.006 from January - September 2019 = 20.171 Difference between number of births in 2018 and 2019 = -835 Deaths from January - September 2018 = 27.182 from January - September 2019 = 27.931 Difference between number of deaths in 2018 and 2019 = +749 Natural increase from January - September 2018 = -6.176 from January - September 2019 = -7.760 Difference between natural increase in 2018 and 2019 = -1.584 Births from January - December 2018 = 18.522 from January - December 2019 = 17.490 Difference between number of births in 2018 and 2019 = -1.032 Deaths from January - December 2018 = 20.774 from January - December 2019 = 21.198 Difference between number of deaths in 2018 and 2019 = +424 Natural increase from January - December 2018 = -2.252 from January - December 2019 = -3.708 Difference between natural increase in 2018 and 2019 = -1.456 The following data are from Republic of Srpska Institute of Statistics.

Births from January - December 2018 = 9.172 from January - December 2019 = 8.821 Difference between number of births in 2018 and 2019 = -351 Deaths from January - December 2018 = 14.499 from January - December 2019 = 14.857 Difference between number of deaths in 2018 and 2019 = +358 Natural increase from January - December 2018 = -5.327 from January - December 2019 = -6.036 Difference between natural increase in 2018 and 2019 = -709 Births from January - October 2018 = 717 from January - October 2019 = 737 Difference between number of births in 2018 and 2019 = +20 Deaths from January - October 2018 = 877 from January - October 2019 = 925 Difference between number of deaths in 2018 and 2019 = +48 Natural increase from January - October 2018 = -160 from January - October 2019 = -188 Difference between natural increase in 2018 and 2019 = -28 According to data from the 2013 census published by the Agency for Statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosniaks constitute 50.11% of the population, Bosnian Serbs 30.78%, Bosnian Croats 15.43%, others form 2.73%, with the remaining respondents not declaring their ethnicity or not answering.

The census results are contested by the Republika Srpska statistical office and by Bosnian Serb politicians, who oppose the inclusion of non-permanent Bosnian residents in the figures. The European Union's statistics office, determined that the methodology used by the Bosnian statistical agency was in line with international recommendations. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, religion is linked to ethnicity, i.e. most Bosniaks are Muslim, Serbs are Orthodox Christian, Croats are Roman Catholic. Bosnia's constitution does not specify any official languages; the equal status of Bosnian and Croatian was verified by the Constitutional Court in 2000. It ruled that the provisions of the Federation and Republika Srpska constitutions on language were incompatible with the state constitution, since they only recognised "Bosniak" and Croatian and Serbian as official languages at the entity level; as a result, the wording of the entity constitutions was changed and all three languages were made official in both entities.

The three languages are mutually intelligible and are known collectively as Serbo-Croatian. Use of one of the three varieties has become a marker of ethnic identity. Michael Kelly and Catherine Baker argue: "The three official languages of today's Bosnian state...represent the symbolic assertion of national identity over the pragmatism of mutual intelligibility". All standard varieties are based on the Ijekavian varieties of the Shtokavian dialect. Serbian and Bosnian are written in both Latin and Cyrillic, whereas Croatian is written only in Latin alphabet. There are some speakers of Italian, German and Ladino. Yugoslav Sign Language is used with Serbian variants. According to the results of the 2013 census, 52.86% of the population consider their mother tongue to be Bosnian, 30.76% Serbian, 14.6% Croatian and 1.57% another language, with 0.21% not giving an answer. According to the 2013 census, 50.7% of the population identify religiously as Muslim, 30.75% as Serbian Orthodox Christian, 15.19% as Roman Catholic, 1.15% as other, 1.1% as agnostic or atheist, with the remainder not declaring their religion or not answering.

A 2012 survey found that 47% of Bosnia's Muslims are non-denominational Muslims, while 45% follow Sunnism. In Bosnia and Herzegovina religion is linked to ethnicity; the following demographic statistics are from the CIA World Factbook. 3,405,891 0–14 years: 13.24% 15–24 years: 11.26% 25–54 years: 45.51% 55–64 years: 14.95% 65 years and over: 15.04% (male 229,282/femal

Trujillo (beer)

Trujillo is a Peruvian brand of pilsner beer owned by Backus and Johnston. This beer is sold in Glass bottles of 355 ml, 500 ml, 620 ml and in cans. Pilsen Trujillo is brewed in the Backus brewery located in Trujillo city. Before the takeover by Backus in 1994, Trujillo was brewed by Sociedad Cervecera de Trujillo S. A. which produced La Norteña. The first beer produced by the company was Libertad named after the La Libertad Region where Trujillo is located; as a regional beer patterned after the Callao pilsner from Callao, it copied its stylized logo and its malta companion, although the latter was called Malta Trujillo. Over the years Compañía Nacional de Cerveza, makers of Pilsen Callao, bought the majority of SCT shares, a situation that remained until the takeover. Cusqueña Trujillo Cerveza Pilsen Trujillo Official website Backus website

The Newtown School

The Newtown School is a private English-medium co-ed school located in New Town, West Bengal, India. This school is affiliated to CBSE; this is the first Indian IGBC certified school. The school was established in 2015. Keeping in mind the location of the school in the Newtown Area of Kolkata, its simple surroundings, this school needed to make an impact and establish a distinct identity; the locality is planned in a radial grid and the site for the school is curved along the longer edges. Of the 2-acre plot, the school occupies 1,60,000 sq ft. of floor space. Architect Abin Chaudhuri was asked to complete'the Newtown School’ when construction was underway. Graphical representations of symbols and numbers became an inspiration for the screen. Younger children relate to simple lines as letters of the alphabet and as they grow, abstractions of the same would start to look more like alpha, gamma and pi. Thus, Familiar shapes and symbols were used to create a bespoke stencil screen around the existing unremarkable building mass.

The facade not only provides shade to the classrooms from the harsh sun but lends the school a distinct identity. 488 panels, made of Fibre-Reinforced Plastic, measuring 3.2 x 3.2 meters envelop each of the two academic blocks. 13 different panels were designed with a combination of small and large alphabets and symbols. These have been placed in various orientations to achieve a randomized effect on the façade. Official website

Grangemockler GAA

Grangemockler / Ballyneale GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the south-east corner of County Tipperary in Ireland. The club plays Gaelic football and hurling as part of the South division of Tipperary GAA, they have been Tipperary Senior Football Champions on eight occasions. The club was founded in 1885, one year after the founding of the GAA; the club won its first Tipperary senior football championship title in 1890 and had to wait thirteen years before winning again in 1903 when the team won the title five years in a row in 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907. The team was beaten the following year and the title was won by Cloneen but returned again in 1909 to take the title once more beating Clonmel Emmets in the final, it was another twenty two years before the team would win the title again in 1931. The club has played a vital part in the community with the provision of two full sized playing fields, one in Grangemockler and one in Ballyneale, a flood light training field and a sports hall, opened on 17 March 2009, with a kitchen and two dressing rooms.

Tipperary Senior Football Championship 1890, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1909, 1931 South Tipperary Senior Football Championship 1890, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1909, 1931, 1990 Tipperary Junior Football Championship 1962 South Tipperary Junior Football Championship 1957, 1962, 1977 Tipperary Junior A Hurling Championship 2004 Tipperary Intermediate Football Championship 1991, 2003 South Tipperary intermediate Football Championship 1990, 1991, 2002, 2014 South Tipperary Minor'B' Hurling Championship 2015 South Tipperary Under-21 A Football Championship 1961 Tipperary Under-21 C Football Championship 2002 South Tipperary Under-21 C Football Championship 2002 South Tipperary Under-21'B' Hurling Championship 2016 South Tipperary Under-21 C Hurling Championship 2012 Tipperary Minor A Football Championship 1984, 1987 2019 South Tipperary Minor A Football Championship 1984, 1986, 1987, 2019 South Tipperary Minor C Football Championship 2002, 2009 Michael Hogan was a Gaelic footballer, one-time Captain of the Tipperary GAA team.

He was born in the Grangemockler area of County Tipperary. The Hogan stand in Croke Park is named in his honor, he is buried in Grangemockler church. Lorcan Magorrian, scored a late point in the u16 b football south final to lead his side to victory Official Site GAA Info Website Tipperary GAA site

Russell Trood

Russell Brunell Trood was a Liberal Party Senator for the state of Queensland, Australia. His surprise election as the third Liberal from Queensland in the 2004 Federal Election, along with 38 other Coalition Senators gave the federal government of John Howard a majority in the Senate and thus control of both houses of Parliament, he did not retain his seat in the 2010 Australian federal election. His term in the senate ended on 30 June 2011, he was Associate Professor of International Relations in the Department of International Business and Asian Studies at Griffith University. He worked alongside the academic Colin Mackerras. Dr Trood trained in law at the University of Sydney, had a master's degree in strategic studies from the University of Wales and a PhD in international relations from Dalhousie University, Canada. Trood was Deputy Chair of the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade, a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade, Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs and co-chair of the Joint Standing Committee for the Library.

Dr Trood was a member of the Foreign Affairs Council, the Board of the Australian Indonesia Institute, the Australian Committee of Pacific Economic Cooperation Council. He was the Director of the Centre for the Study of Australia-Asia relations at Griffith University from 1991 to 2003, he was a member of the Australian Committee of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific and the Queensland Council of the Australian Institute of International Affairs. He authored numerous articles and chapters in journals and books on security and foreign policy issues and was a frequent media commentator on these matters, his publications include: The Emerging Global Order: Australian Foreign Policy in the 21st Century. In 2012, Trood became the United Nations Association of Australia National President replacing Professor Sen. Robert Hill AC. In February 2016, Trood was diagnosed with an aggressive form of thyroid cancer, he died in January 2017

Baritones and French Horns

Baritones and French Horns is a ​16 2⁄3 rpm album released in 1957 on Prestige Records. The album is one of a series of releases attributed to the Prestige All Stars; each side of the album was a distinct date with distinct personnel. From a review, Kenny Berger wrote, "Among the many innovative technological failures of the mid- and late- 1950s, the 16-rpm phonograph record stands as the industry's answer to the Edsel. One of Prestige's contributions to this auditory dustbin was an LP on steroids titled Baritones and French Horns under the supervision of vibist, arranger, A&R man Teddy Charles; the baritone side of this album was reissued twice on LP and twice more on CD under John Coltrane's name, though Pepper Adams was the actual leader on these sessions." The "french horns" side of the album was reissued as Prestige ST 8305, Curtis Fuller and Hampton Hawes with French Horns. Baritones "Dakar" — 7:09 "Mary's Blues" — 6:47 "Route 4" — 6:55 "Velvet Scene" — 4:53 "Witches Pit" — 6:42 "Catwalk" — 7:11French Horns "Ronnie's Tune" — 7:27 "Roc And Troll" — 7:11 "A-Drift" — 6:13 "Lyriste" — 6:00 "Five Spot" — 3:28 "No Crooks" — 6:26 Baritones released as Dakar under John Coltrane's name John Coltranetenor saxophone Cecil Paynebaritone saxophone - except track 4 Pepper Adams – baritone saxophone Mal Waldronpiano Doug Watkinsbass Art Taylor – drumsFrench Horns released as Curtis Fuller and Hampton Hawes with French Horns Julius Watkins – french horn David Amram – french horn Curtis Fuller – trombone Sahib Shihab – alto saxophone Addison Farmer – bass Jerry Segaldrums Hampton Hawes – piano Teddy Charles – piano