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Diana Canova

Diana Canova is an American actress and professor. Canova was born Diane Canova Rivero in West Palm Beach, Florida, to actress and singer Judy Canova and Cuban musician Filberto Rivero, she was raised in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Canova studied acting at Los Angeles City College. Canova made her television acting debut in a 1974 episode of Happy Days portraying a taller date of Richie, she guest-starred on episodes of Chico and the Man and Starsky and Hutch and appeared in television films. She landed the role of Corinne Tate on Soap in 1977 opposite Katherine Helmond as her mother, she remained with the series until 1980. Diana was known for her beautiful singing and exhibited this during Perry Como's Early American Christmas program in 1978; this show was filmed in Williamsburg and featured John Wayne. Numerous musical numbers are woven throughout their storytelling. In 1979, she made an appearance on Barney Miller as nude dancer/graduate student Stephanie Wolf. In 1980, ABC executives offered Canova her own television series starring alongside Danny Thomas in I'm a Big Girl Now.

The show lasted just one season. She co-starred on the short-lived CBS sitcom Foot in the Door in 1983. A few years she was cast as Sandy Beatty on Throb, a sitcom, broadcast in syndication from 1986 to 1988. Between 1984 and 1996 she appeared in three episodes of the long-running TV show Murder, She Wrote, including being featured as Maggie McCauley in 1990's "Murder: According to Maggie." In 1993, Canova co-starred in the ABC sitcom Home Free. Since the mid 1990s, she has done voice work for cartoons in video shorts. In 1995, she played "Jenny" in a revival of Stephen Sondheim's musical Company. Canova works as an adjunct professor of voice at Manhattanville College in Purchase, New York, teaches private lessons, she has been working with the school systems of Easton and Redding, where she directs musicals and short plays as well as a high school improv troupe that performs at local charity events. Under her leadership, Joel Barlow High School's theater program has won several awards from the Connecticut Drama Association and has set the record for winning first place two years in a row in multiple categories.

Canova is married to record producer Elliot Scheiner. The couple have two children, she was married to Geoff Levin from 1976 until their divorce in 1979. Before marrying Scheiner and Steve Landesberg dated. Canova spent a number of years as a member of the Church of Scientology, an organization she criticized, she found the Scientologists straightforward in their desire for money, declaring in 1993 in a Premiere magazine interview, "The first time I walked in those doors, they said,'Just give us all the money in your bank account'". She criticized the Church's counseling practice, called auditing, when she said, "They're telling you,'Don't spend $100 an hour on a shrink's couch, it'll ruin your mind.' Auditing is so much better?" Diana Canova on IMDb

Thomas Coventry, 1st Earl of Coventry

Thomas Coventry, 1st Earl of Coventry, known as the Hon. Thomas Coventry from 1640 to 1687 and as the Lord Coventry from 1687 to 1697, was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1660 and 1687 when he succeeded to the peerage.. Coventry was the younger son of Thomas Coventry, 2nd Baron Coventry, his wife Mary. Thomas Coventry, 1st Baron Coventry, was his grandfather. In April 1660, he was elected Member of Parliament for Droitwich in the Convention Parliament, he was elected MP for Camelford in 1661 for the Cavalier Parliament. In 1681 he was elected MP for Warwick and was re-elected in 1685, he entered the House of Lords. In 1697 he was made Viscount Deerhurst, of the hundred of Deerhurst in the County of Gloucester, Earl of Coventry. Lord Coventry married firstly Winifred, daughter of Pierce Edgcumbe, in circa 1660, she died in 1694. He married secondly Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Grimes, in 1695, he died in July 1699 and was succeeded in the earldom by his eldest son from his first marriage, Thomas.

Lady Coventry remarried and died in 1724. Kidd, Williamson, David. Debrett's Baronetage. New York: St Martin's Press, 1990.]


Pavlograd is an industrial city in central Ukraine, located within the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. Administratively, Pavlohrad is incorporated as the town of oblast significance and serves as the administrative center of Pavlohrad Raion which it does not belong to, its population is 107,742 . The rivers of Vovcha, Kocherha flow through Pavlohrad; the area of the city is 59.3 square kilometres. There are 1 lyceum in the city. Pavlohrad is one of the oldest settlements in Dnipropetrovsk oblast; the first references to it are from the 17th century. At the beginning of the 1770s Zaporozhian Cossack Matvii Khizhnyak built winter quarters, which soon became known as sloboda Matviivka. In 1779 Matveevka was renamed to Luhanske, as the latter became headquarters of the Luhansk pikemen regiment headed by M. I. Golinishchev-Kutuzov. With the establishment of Yekaterinoslav Viceroyalty in 1783, named in honor of the future Emperor Paul І, became a part of this administrative unit as a district town. In 1784 Pavlohrad received city status.

There were 2419 inhabitants in the city at the end of 18th century. The citizens of Pavlograd lived in daub; the first stone building was the Svyato-Vosnesensky Cathedral on Soborna ploshcha. The first blazon of the city was affirmed on July 29, 1811, the second one on September 26, 1979; the first citizens were Kalmiussky Palanki and demobilized military. The city plan by Scottish architect W. Geste was affirmed by emperor Nicholas I on July 31, 1831. In 1871 local merchant A. K. Shalin was elected the first head of the city; the central street was named after him. Merchant of ІІ Guild A. V. Permanin was elected as city governor in 1892. Under his leadership the city started to develop rapidly: a lot of churches, barracks, gymnasiums and plants were built. In 1896 the Golenishchev-Kutuzov family built the "Earl's Theatre". In the 1870s a railway was built between St. Simferopol, passing through Pavlohrad. In 1930 an uprising against Soviet rule took place in Pavlohrad. From 1780 to 1941 a significant Jewish community existed in the city.

The pre-Holocaust Jewish population was 4,000. The city was destroyed in 1941 during the Nazi occupation. During the Holocaust a concentration camp was located in Pavlohrad and a large part of the community died during the war and during the mass executions; the Pavlohrad Jewish cemetery contains not only Jewish, but Christian burials, which were agreed to by the leaders of the local Jewish community in 1995. On May 22, 2011, it was reported that unknown persons had desecrated the cemetery in the town - tombstones were turned over and broken in an anti-Semitic act; the city is home to Pavlohrad Mechanical Plant, established in December 1963 as a specialized production facility of the Plant no. 586. PMZ is a factory dedicated to assembly and production of solid-fueled rocket engines and missiles. By 1975 PMZ became the largest solid-rocket factory within the Ministry of General Machine Building of USSR. PMZ made fuel tanks for booster rockets and plastic ICBM rocket motor casings. Pavlohrad is twinned with: Lubsko, Poland San Sebastián, Spain The murder of the Jews of Pavlohrad during World War II, at Yad Vashem website

Everything Works If You Let It

"Everything Works if You Let It" is a song by American rock band Cheap Trick, released in 1980 as a single from the soundtrack of the film Roadie. It was produced by George Martin. "Everything Works If You Let It" reached No. 44 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and No. 40 on the Canadian RPM Top Singles. Upon release, Billboard described the song as a "rocking uptempo composition", adding: "Disk has the group's trademarked stamp of pop innocence and instrumentation is upfront". Cash Box listed the single as one of their "feature picks" during May 1980, they commented: "Rick Nielsen's buzzsaw guitar work sets the breakneck pace of the first single from Roadie. Robin Zander's Beatlesque vocals pack a pop wallop, prodded on by the expert rhythm section of Petersson and Carlos. A hot add for Top 40 AOR."In a retrospective review of the Roadie soundtrack, Whitney Z. Gomes of AllMusic stated: "Cheap Trick's killer opener shotguns the protagonist's motto "Everything Works If You Let It" into an unholy marriage of "Spirit of Radio" and "Hey Jude."

This George Martin-ated miracle alone blows away side two..." In 2016, Rolling Stone included the song in their list "10 Insanely Great Cheap Trick Songs Only Hardcore Fans Know". Author Tom Beaujour described the song as an "uptempo rocker with a killer riff and descending psychedelic bridge", which "stands with their best work". 7" single"Everything Works if You Let It" - 3:06 "Way of the World" - 3:417" single"Everything Works if You Let It" - 3:06 "Heaven Tonight" - 5:387" single"Everything Works if You Let It" - 3:067" single"Everything Works if You Let It" - 3:06 "Everything Works if You Let It" - 3:06 Cheap TrickRobin Zander - lead vocals, rhythm guitar Rick Nielsen - lead guitar, backing vocals Tom Petersson - bass, backing vocals Bun E. Carlos - drums, percussionAdditional personnelGeorge Martin - producer of "Everything Works if You Let It" Geoff Emerick - engineer on "Everything Works if You Let It" Tom Werman - producer of "Way of the World" and "Heaven Tonight"

Gender inequality in India

Gender inequality in India refers to health, education and political inequalities between men and women in India. Various international gender inequality indices rank India differently on each of these factors, as well as on a composite basis, these indices are controversial. Gender inequalities, their social causes, impact India's sex ratio, women's health over their lifetimes, their educational attainment, economic conditions. Gender inequality in India is a multifaceted issue that concerns women; some argue. However, when India's population is examined as a whole, women are at a disadvantage in several important ways. In India, discriminatory attitudes towards either sex have existed for generations and affect the lives of both sexes. Although the constitution of India grants men and women equal rights, gender disparities remain. Research shows gender discrimination in favour of men in many realms including the workplace. Discrimination affects many aspects in the lives of women from career development and progress to mental health disorders.

While Indian laws on rape and adultery have women's safety at heart, these discriminatory practices are still taking place at an alarming rate, affecting the lives of many today. The following table compares the population wide data for the two genders on various inequality statistical measures, according to The World Bank's Gender Statistics database for 2012. Various groups have ranked gender inequalities around the world. For example, the World Economic Forum publishes a Global Gender Gap Index score for each nation every year; the index focuses not on empowerment of women, but on the relative gap between men and women in four fundamental categories – economic participation, educational attainment and survival, political empowerment. It includes measures such as estimated sex selective abortion, number of years the nation had a female head of state, female to male literacy rate, estimated income ratio of female to male in the nation, several other relative gender statistic measures, it does not include factors such as crime rates against women versus men, domestic violence, honor killings or such factors.

Where data is unavailable or difficult to collect, World Economic Forum uses old data or makes a best estimate to calculate the nation's Global Gap Index. According to the Global Gender Gap Report released by the World Economic Forum in 2011, India was ranked 113 on the Gender Gap Index among 135 countries polled. Since India has improved its rankings on the World Economic Forum's Gender Gap Index to 105/136 in 2013; when broken down into components of the GGI, India performs well on political empowerment, but is scored to be as bad as China on sex selective abortion. India scores poorly on overall female to male literacy and health rankings. India with a 2013 ranking of 101 had an overall score of 0.6551, while Iceland, the nation that topped the list, had an overall score of 0.8731. Alternate measures include OECD's Social Institutions Gender Index, which ranked India at 56th out of 86 in 2012, an improvement from its 2009 rank of 96th out of 102; the SIGI is a measure of discriminatory social institutions that are drivers of inequalities, rather than the unequal outcomes themselves.

UNDP has published Gender Inequality Index and ranked India at 132 out of 148 countries. Problems with indicesScholars have questioned the accuracy and validity of these indices and global rankings. For example and Hanmer acknowledge that global index rankings on gender inequality have brought media attention, but suffer from major limitations; the underlying data used to calculate the index are dated and questionable. Further, a nation can be and are being ranked high when both men and women suffer from equal deprivation and lack of empowerment. In other words, nations in Africa and the Middle East where women have lower economic participation, lower educational attainment, poorer health and high infant mortalities, rank high if both men and women suffer from these issues equally. If one's goal is to measure progress and empowerment of women with equal gender rights these indices are not appropriate for ranking or comparing nations, they have limited validity. Instead of rankings, the focus should be on measuring women's development and gender parity by relevant age groups such as children and youth.

It is accepted that India along with other developing countries have high gender inequality and lower women's empowerment than developed nations. The cultural construct of Indian society which reinforces gender bias against men and women, with varying degrees and variable contexts against the opposite sex, has led to the continuation of India's strong preference for male children. Female infanticide and sex-selective abortion is adopted and reflects the societally low status of Indian women. Census 2011 shows decline of girl population under the age of seven, with activists estimating that eight million female fetuses may have been aborted in the past decade; the 2005 census shows infant mortality figures for females and males are 61 and 56 out of 1000 live births, with females more to be aborted than males due to biased attitudes, cultural stereotypes, etc. A decline in the child sex ratio was observed with India's 2011 census reporting that it stands at 914 females against 1,000 males, dropping from 927 in 2001 – the lowest since India's independence.

The demand for sons among wealthy parents is being satisfied by the medical community

ISO 3166-2:CV

ISO 3166-2:CV is the entry for Cabo Verde in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization, which defines codes for the names of the principal subdivisions of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1. For Cabo Verde, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for two levels of subdivisions: 2 geographical regions 22 municipalitiesEach code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen; the first part is the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of Cabo Verde. The second part is either of the following: one letter: geographical regions two letters: municipalities Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency. Click on the button in the header to sort each column; the following changes to the entry have been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998: Subdivisions of Cape Verde FIPS region codes of Cape Verde ISO Online Browsing Platform: CV Counties of Cape Verde,