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Derwent Valley Council

Derwent Valley Council is a local government body situated in southern-central Tasmania, west of Hobart. Derwent Valley is classified as a rural local government area and has a population of 10,290, it includes the localities of Bushy Park and Strathgordon, with New Norfolk the major, principal town. Derwent Valley was established on 2 April 1994, it was known as the New Norfolk Municipal Council. Derwent Valley is classified as rural and large under the Australian Classification of Local Governments; the council logo depicts an oast house, trees and a roll of paper which are representative of major industries in the municipality. The Tarn Shelf within Mount Field National Park is located within the region and is an area of significant botanic interest. One unique plant, only found in this area is a cross between the King Billy and Huon Pine. List of local government areas of Tasmania Derwent Valley Council official website Local Government Association Tasmania Tasmanian Electoral Commission - local government

Scott Heineman

Scott Matthew Heineman is an American professional baseball outfielder and first baseman for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball. Heineman attended Crespi Carmelite High School in California. Undrafted out of high school, he attended the University of Oregon, where he played college baseball for the Oregon Ducks from 2012 through 2015. In 2013, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Brewster Whitecaps of the Cape Cod Baseball League, was named a league all-star, he played in only 8 games in 2014 before undergoing season-ending surgery on a torn labrum in his hip, resulting in a red-shirt season. The Kansas City Royals selected him in the 19th round of the 2014 MLB draft, but he did not sign, returned to Oregon for 2015; the Texas Rangers selected Heineman in the 11th round, 318th overall, of the 2015 MLB draft and signed him for $100,000. Heineman underwent season-ending surgery on his right ankle on July 1, 2015, without having appeared in any professional games that season, he made his professional debut and spent the entire 2016 season with the High Desert Mavericks of the California League, hitting.303/.386/.505/.891 with 17 home runs, 80 RBI, 30 stolen bases.

He spent the 2017 season with the Frisco RoughRiders of the Texas League, hitting.284/.363/.427/.790 with 9 home runs, 44 RBI, 12 stolen bases. In 2018, Heineman played in 107 games for the Round Rock Express of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League and 7 games for the Roughriders, he participated Triple-A All-Star Game. He hit a combined.306/.371/.445/.816 with 12 home runs, 67 RBI, 18 stolen bases in the 2018 season. During the 2018 off-season, Heineman played for the Leones del Escogido of the Dominican Winter League; the Rangers placed him on their 40-man roster following the 2018 season. Heineman was named the recipient of the Rangers' 2018 minor league Tom Grieve Player of the Year award. Heineman underwent surgery on his left shoulder in December 2018. On March 3, 2019, he was placed on the 60-day injured list. After rehabbing with the AZL Rangers of the Rookie-level Arizona League and the Nashville Sounds of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League, he was activated from the injured list on July 3 and optioned to Nashville.

Between the two levels, he hit a combined.347/.415/.591/1.006 with 10 home runs and 31 RBI over 46 games. The Rangers promoted Heineman to the major leagues on August 2, 2019, he made his major league debut that day versus the Detroit Tigers, recording his first career hit off Tyler Alexander. On September 3, Heineman hit his first major league home run off Jonathan Loáisiga. In 25 games for Texas in 2019, Heineman hit.213/.306/.373/.679 with 2 home runs and 7 RBI. Heineman's brother, Tyler, is a professional baseball catcher, their father, served in the Santa Monica Police Department. Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or Baseball-Reference Scott Heineman on Twitter

Milk River Formation

The Milk River Formation is a near- shore to terrestrial sedimentary unit deposited during the Late Cretaceous in southern Alberta. It is equivalent to the marine Lea Park Formation of eastern Alberta, the Eagle and Telegraph Creek Formations of north-central Montana, to the upper part of the Niobrara Formation in Kansas. In Alberta, the Milk River Formation is subdivided into the Telegraph Creek and Deadhorse Coulee Members; the formation has produced an extensive but little known vertebrate fauna. Radiometric dates place deposition of the Milk River Formation between 83.5 Ma. Telegraph Creek – The lowest member, it represents mudstone deposited just offshore in a marine setting, it has produced the ammonite index fossil Desmoscaphites bassleri. Virgelle – Overlying the Telegraph Creek Member, it is a massive cliff-forming yellow to white sandstones, it was deposited in a shoreface environment, including beach, etc.. Deadhorse Coulee – Consists of shales, siltsones and coal beds; the Member was deposited in rivers and swamps.

Most of the vertebrate fossils come from this member. There are some dinosaur remains from the Formation, but these are not well known. A more concerted effort at locating specimens would undoubtedly produce many new taxa. Remains of an indeterminate lamnid genus and species are present. Remains of Acipenseridae, Esocidae, indeterminate genera and species. Indeterminate Anguidae and Xenosauridae genera and species. Indeterminate Solemydidae and Trionychidae genera and species. Indeterminate Ankylosauridae, Ceratopsidae, Hadrosauridae, Ornithomimidae, Pachycephalosauridae, Protoceratopsidae and Tyrannosauridae genera and species. List of dinosaur-bearing rock formations Brinkman, D. 2003. A review of nonmarine turtlesfrom the Late Cretaceous of Alberta. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 40:557-571. Gao, K. Fox, R. C. 1996. Taxonomy and evolution of late Cretaceous lizards from Western Canada. Bulletin of the Carnegie Museum 33: 1-107. Hilton, E. J, and Grande, L. 2006. Review of the fossil record of sturgeons, family Acipenseridae, from North America.

Journal of Paleontology 80: 672-683. Larson, D. W. 2008. Diversity and variation of theropod dinosaur teeth from the uppermost Santonian Milk River Formation, Alberta: a quantitative method supporting identification of the oldest dinosaur tooth assemblage in Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 45: 1455-1468. Payenberg, T. H. D. Braman, D. R. Davis, D. W. and Miall, A. D. 2002. Litho- and chronostratigraphic relationships of the Santonian–Campanian Milk River Formation in southern Alberta and Eagle Formation in Montana utilising stratigraphy, U–Pb geochronology, palynology. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 39:1553-1577. Sullivan, R. M. 2003. Revision of the dinosaur Stegoceras Lambe. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23: 181-207. University of Alberta Museum

William Patten (historian)

William Patten was an author and government official during the reigns of King Edward VI and Queen Elizabeth I. William Patten was born in London, the son of Richard Patten and Grace, the daughter of John Baskerville, his grandfather, Richard Patten of Boslow, was a brother of William Waynflete, Bishop of Winchester. William Patten's mother, Grace, is said to have predeceased her husband, his sister, was the wife of Armagil Waad, whom Patten referred to as a'friend' in his Expedition into Scotland. Patten is said to have attended Gonville Hall and from 1528 was a minor chaplain and from 1533 a parish clerk of St Mary-at-Hill, London. In 1544 Patten was in France in service as a secretary of the Earl of Arundel. In 1547 he accompanied Somerset's army to Scotland in the capacity of a Judge of the Marshalcy by the appointment of the Earl of Warwick: t pleased my good Lord, the Earl of Warwick, Lieutenant of the Host, to make me one of the Judges of the Marshalsy, as Master William Cecil now Master of the Requests was the other.

Whereby, we both had liberty to ride to see the things that were done, leisure to note occurrences that came. The which thing, as it chanced, we both did: but so far from appointment between us, as neither was witing of the other’s doing till somewhat before our departure homeward. Marry, since my coming home, his gentleness being such as to communicate his notes to me, I have, I confess, been thereby, both much a certained in many things I doubted, somewhat remembered of that which else I might hap to have forgotten. Patten published his account'Out of the Parsonage of Saint Mary's Hill, in London, this 28 January 1548' under the title The expedicion into Scotlade of the most woorthely fortunate prince Edward, duke of Soomerset. Patten's narrative of the expedition was quoted by Holinshed and was followed by Sir John Hayward in The Life and Raigne of King Edward VI. In July 1548 Patten was appointed Collector of Customs in London, in the following year Thomas Penny, prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral, granted Patten a lease of the manor of Stoke Newington.

On 16 April 1565 the lease was renewed for 99 years, to commence from Michaelmas 1576. In 1563 Patten repaired the manor house as well as the Church of St Mary, Stoke Newington, adding a vestry, private chapel and schoolhouse. Patten was a Justice of the Peace for Middlesex, in 1558 was appointed Receiver-General of revenues in Yorkshire. On 23 June 1562 Patten was appointed for life as a teller of the Exchequer. In Michaelmas term 1567/8, his fortunes received a devastating setback; the Auditor of the Receipt of the Exchequer discovered. Patten was suspended from his office on 13 January 1568; the Barons of the Exchequer declared his position forfeit, he was replaced on 13 July. Over the next few years Patten lost all his other public offices, as well as the lease of Stoke Newington, which he assigned to John Dudley in 1571. On 16 November 1572 Patten presented his'Supplicatio Patteni' to the Queen, declaring in it that he had had to sell all his lands and belongings to the value of £500 per annum.

Patten blamed one of his servants for the sums missing from the Exchequer, requested an investigation. However there is no evidence that an investigation was carried out. Deprived of his income and offices, Patten turned to scholarship. In April 1570 he produced a vocabulary and alphabet to accompany an Armenian psalter owned by Archbishop Matthew Parker, the first work in that language in England, his next publication was along The calendar of scripture. Whearin the Hebru, Arabian, Syrian, Persian and Latin names … in the holly Byble … ar set, turned into oour English toong. In 1583 Patten produced a metrical translation of Psalm 72, Deus Judicium, in 1598 a similar translation of Psalm 21, Domine in Virtute. Both were printed as broadsides. Patten eulogised two former patrons, Earl of Arundel, whom he had served in France, in a broadside entitled A Moorning Diti, Sir William Winter, in In mortem W. Wynter. In another eulogy, Luctus consolatorius: super morte nuper D. Cancellarij Angliae, he described himself as a client of Sir Christopher Hatton.

Authorship of the Langham letter, a lively description of the Earl of Leicester's entertainment of Queen Elizabeth at Kenilworth Castle in July 1575, has been attributed to Patten. It is known. Patten was an early member of the Society of Antiquaries. John Stow described him as'a learned Gentleman and grave cittizen', records that Patten'exhibited a Booke to the Mayor and communalitie' of London protesting against the increase of purprestures; the translator Thomas Newton praised Patten in verse as a celebrated historian. Patten's date of death is unknown; the herald and antiquary Francis Thynne mentioned that Patten was'now living' in 1587. His last known work was published in 1598. An engraving of Patten by J. Mills is found in Robinson's Stoke Newington. Patten's The Expedition into Scotland is reprinted in Dalyell's Fragments of Scottish History and in Arber's An English Garner. Patten's first wife, whose identity is unknown, died at Bi

Northumberland Senior Cup

The Northumberland Senior Cup named the Techflow Marine Senior Cup, is an annual football competition held between the clubs of the Northumberland Football Association, first played in 1884. It is the senior county cup for the historic county of Northumberland, which includes Newcastle upon Tyne and North Tyneside; the final is held at St. James' Park; the first winners were Tyne. The current holders are Newcastle United U23; the competition was not held between 1916 and 1918 due to World War I and between 1940 and 1946 due to World War II. 1 Known as Newcastle United from 1892 to present2 Known as Cramlington Town from 2001 to present3 Merged with Newcastle East End in 18924 Known as Wallsend from 1912 to 19335 Known as North Shields Athletic from 1908 to 1918 and 1995 to 1999, Preston Colliery from 1918 to 1928, North Shields from 1928 to 1995 and 1999 to present6 Known as Newcastle Blue Star from 1930 to 1973, 1986 to 1994, 1997 to 2009, Blue Star Welfare from 1973 to 1979, Blue Star from 1979 to 1986, RTM Newcastle from 1994 to 1997 Mackenzie, Niall.

"Northumberland Senior Cup". Archived from the original on June 26, 2011. Retrieved 15 March 2011

Rob Lake

Rob Lake is an American magician and illusionist known for his original grand illusions and elaborate theatrical interactive performances. Rob Lake was a quarter-finalist on America's Got Talent season 13 in 2018. Rob has performed his illusion shows all over the USA, Australia, Europe and Thailand, he performs his show on television, in casinos, theaters around the world. Rob Lake became interested in magic at age 10 when he saw the Kirby VanBurch show in Branson, Missouri. VanBurch soon became Rob's mentor along with Jim Smithson. In 2005 at age 22, Rob embarked on his first international tour, performing in Japan for several months. Back in the USA, Rob started performing his theatrical show for casinos and cruise ships, including Disney Cruise Line and Holland America Line. In 2008 Rob became the youngest magician to receive a Merlin Award as the International Stage Magician of the Year. Rob Lake performed several of his illusions for the international program, Great Magicians of the World that aired internationally in 2008 & 2009.

Rob Lake has toured his show at theatres and casinos in the USA and abroad, spending at least 75% of his year on the road. Rob Lake has performed from the Florida Keys to California. Notable performances include 3 tours in Japan, 4 tours in Europe including England, Germany, The Netherlands, Italy, Turkey, Portugal, as well as Australia, Thailand, at The White House. In 2012, Rob Lake performed to great reviews at Harrah's Casino. On March 29, 2013, Rob Lake made an armored truck containing $1,000,000 cash magically appear outside of the FedEx Forum in Memphis TN in front of over 15,000 audience members. Rob Lake created this illusion for Caesars Entertainment Corporation with less than 3 weeks notice as part of the summer promotion Millionaire Maker. Caesars was so impressed that they bought airtime and played video of the feat in Times Square and on the Las Vegas Strip. Rob has performed his illusions on television. In 2013 Rob performed 8 illusions for Masters of Illusion airing in 2014. Rob Lake was featured on Elizabeth Stanton's Great Big World syndicated television series in 2013 and 2014.

Rob Lake is known for his large scale illusions and theatrical presentations at theatres and casinos around the world. In April 2014 Rob Lake brought his grand scale illusions to Resorts World New York City Casino. Rob Lake appeared nightly at the Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey in July and August 2014; the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort in Nassau, Bahamas has announced that Rob Lake will appear nightly June through September, 2015 in the Atlantis Theatre. After a sold-out summer, Rob Lake was extended to perform his production at the Atlantis Resort through fall, 2016. In 2016-2017, Rob Lake performed nightly at Harrah's Lake Tahoe. Rob Lake to return to the Atlantis Resort in the summer of 2018. Rob Lake was a featured act and quarter-finalist on season 13 of America's Got Talent, where 60-million people saw him on the initial broadcasts, over 16 million more have watched his performances on online videos. Rob Lake performs an annual multi-month-long international tour to entertain US military, bringing magic to troops and their families overseas.

Rob Lake brings his shows to troops stationed at bases in remote areas in Europe and the Pacific, donates of magic tricks to the troops and their families. On August 24, 2013, Rob Lake performed a benefit show in his hometown of Norman, Oklahoma to raise funds and awareness for local charity groups helping the thousands of pets left homeless after the tornado outbreak of May 18–21, 2013. After the performance, Rob Lake was recognized with a citation from the Oklahoma House of Representatives praising Rob for his commitment to helping the citizens and animals of Oklahoma. Rob Lake was recognized on Oklahoma Magazine's 40 under 40 listIn 2017 and 2018, Rob Lake returned to his hometown of Norman, Oklahoma to again raise funds for local animal shelters and organizations. Rob Lake is joined in his performances and traveling by his own rescue dog, a Yorkshire Terrier mutt named Roger. In addition to performing, Rob Lake designs and creates special effects and illusions for film, TV, plays and musicals.

Over 2.6 million people saw Rob Lake's illusions on Season 2 of Necessary Roughness Rob Lake has designed and created the magic onstage for over 800 productions of Disney's Beauty and the Beast around the world, dozens of productions of The Phantom of the Opera, numerous other productions including Shrek the Musical, A Christmas Carol, Peter Pan, The Woman in Black, The Wizard of Oz and more. Rob Lake on IMDb Official website