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Taliaferro County, Georgia

Taliaferro County is a county located in the U. S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,717, making it the least populous county in Georgia and the second-least populous county east of the Mississippi River; the county seat is Crawfordville. Taliaferro County was formed by an act of the Georgia Legislature meeting in Milledgeville on December 24, 1825, it was formed by taking portions of five other counties: Wilkes, Hancock and Warren Counties. The county was named for Colonel Benjamin Taliaferro of Virginia, an officer in the American Revolution; the county is most famous for containing the birthplace and home of Alexander H. Stephens, who served as a U. S. congressman from Georgia in the antebellum South, as vice president of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War, as governor of Georgia after the war. A state park near his home in Crawfordville, Georgia bears his name. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 195 square miles, of which 195 square miles is land and 0.7 square miles is water.

It is drained by tributaries of the Little rivers. The northern half of Taliaferro County, north of Crawfordville, is located in the Little River sub-basin of the Savannah River basin; the southern half of the county is located in the Upper Ogeechee River sub-basin of the Ogeechee River basin. Interstate 20 U. S. Route 278 State Route 12 State Route 22 State Route 44 State Route 47 State Route 402 Wilkes County - north Oglethorpe County - north Warren County - southeast Hancock County - south Greene County - west As of the 2010 United States Census, there were 1,717 people, 759 households, 480 families living in the county; the population density was 8.8 inhabitants per square mile. There were 1,015 housing units at an average density of 5.2 per square mile. The racial makeup of the county was 59.6% black or African American, 37.3% white, 0.6% Asian, 0.1% American Indian, 0.9% from other races, 1.4% from two or more races. Those of Hispanic or Latino origin made up 2.0% of the population. In terms of ancestry, 22.1% were American.

Of the 759 households, 24.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 35.6% were married couples living together, 22.0% had a female householder with no husband present, 36.8% were non-families, 33.2% of all households were made up of individuals. The average household size was 2.25 and the average family size was 2.83. The median age was 45.9 years. The median income for a household in the county was $22,188 and the median income for a family was $29,375. Males had a median income of $29,435 versus $20,227 for females; the per capita income for the county was $13,955. About 30.1% of families and 34.4% of the population were below the poverty line, including 60.6% of those under age 18 and 24.9% of those age 65 or over. As of the census of 2000, there were 2,077 people, 870 households, 559 families living in the county; the population density was 11 people per square mile. There were 1,085 housing units at an average density of 6 per square mile; the racial makeup of the county was 60.33% Black or African American, 38.18% White, 0.05% Native American, 0.05% Asian, 0.67% from other races, 0.72% from two or more races.

0.91% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. There were 870 households out of which 26.80% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 39.30% were married couples living together, 20.00% had a female householder with no husband present, 35.70% were non-families. 33.30% of all households were made up of individuals and 16.80% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.36 and the average family size was 3.00. In the county, the population was spread out with 24.10% under the age of 18, 7.60% from 18 to 24, 24.60% from 25 to 44, 24.80% from 45 to 64, 18.90% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 40 years. For every 100 females there were 93.20 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 87.30 males. The median income for a household in the county was $23,750, the median income for a family was $27,800. Males had a median income of $26,380 versus $21,534 for females; the per capita income for the county was $15,498.

About 22.30% of families and 23.40% of the population were below the poverty line, including 30.30% of those under age 18 and 23.40% of those age 65 or over. Crawfordville Sharon Taliaferro county's main employer is the government the Taliaferro County Sheriffs Department, which patrols I-20 and issues many traffic tickets per capita compared to other counties in the state. For instance, Fulton County, the largest county by population in Georgia, gains $16.98 per capita in traffic ticket revenue. By comparison, Taliaferro county gains $1,614.33 per capita, around a hundred times more. Romulus Moore Alexander H. Stephens Several Hollywood films have been shot in Taliaferro County. Paris Trout, starring Dennis Hopper and based on the novel by the same name by Pete Dexter, was filmed in the county. Sweet Home Alabama, starring Reese Witherspoon, was filmed in the county seat of Crawfordville. Central Savannah River Area National Register of Historic Places listings in Taliaferro County, Georgia Official Website Georgia Historical Markers in Taliaferro County

Alejandro Goić (bishop)

Alejandro Goić Karmelić is a Chilean bishop of the Roman Catholic Church. He was the bishop of the Diocese of Rancagua from 2004 to 2018, he was President of the Chilean Conference of Bishops from 2004 to 2010. He was an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Concepción and the Bishop of the Diocese of Osorno. Alejandro Goić Karmelić born in the city of Punta Arenas on 7 March 1940, the son of a family of Croatian immigrants, from the island of Brač, Dalmatia, his father was Pedro Goić and his mother Margarita Karmelić. Goic learned to read at a rural school, continued his studies at the Instituto Don Bosco and the Liceo Salesiano in Punta Arenas, he joined the Metropolitan Seminary of Concepción, where he studied philosophy, the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, where he studied theology. Goic was ordained to the priesthood on 12 March 1966 in Punta Arenas, by the man who motivated him to explore his priestly vocation, the bishop of the diocese, Vladimiro Boric. While in the Diocese of Punta Arenas, Goic served as the priest of Our Lady of Fatima parish and the chaplain of the penitentiary in Punta Arenas, until 1973.

In March 1973, he was appointed Vicar-General of Punta Arenas by Bishop Boric. Upon Boric's death, Goic went on to serve in the post of vicar capitular until the Holy See appointed a bishop for the diocese; the appointment went to Msgr. Tomas Gonzalez, Goic continued on as vicar general until May 1979. During those years, Father Goic participated in the negotiations that the Catholic Church in Chile made with their counterparts in Argentina, in order to avoid a military conflict in the year 1978. Between 1975 and 1976, he continued courses in theology at the Abbey of Saint Andrew in Bruges, Belgium. Pope John Paul II appointed Goic the titular Bishop of Africa, auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese of Concepción, he received episcopal consecration at Rome, on 27 May 1979. On 30 June 1991, Goic was transferred from his ecclesiastical jurisdiction, this time as auxiliary bishop for the Diocese of Talca; this appointment lasted until 1994, when he was appointed Bishop of Diocese of Osorno. On 10 July 2003, Pope John Paul II appointed him a coadjutor bishop for the Diocese of Rancagua—a coadjutor bishop performs the same functions as an auxiliary bishop, but is entitled to succession when the office becomes vacant.

Thus, with the resignation of Bishop Javier Prado Aránguiz, Goic took over as the ordinary bishop of the Diocese of Rancagua. He held that post starting in 2004, is the President of the Chilean Conference of Bishops. In 2007, Goic was approved for three years in that office. Pope Francis accepted his resignation on 28 June 2018. One of the main concerns of Goic's years as a priest has been social issues, his special sensitivity to the issues of poverty and social justice originate with a deep identification with the sufferings of Jesus Christ and the principles of the Gospel. During the 1980s, when Goic was auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Concepción, he decided to visit Father Enrique Moreno Laval, a vicar in the Lota coal mining area, in order to familiarize himself with the situation of native workers demanding labor improvements. In turn, he received complaints from unionists in the military regime, who gave him the epithet "Bishop Red". Goic, has never been afraid of reprisals, although on one occasion recordings of the radio program Testimonio—which documents human rights and labor abuses—were seized by the military.

Although not a formal mediator between the warring parties of the 2006 student demonstrations, Goic expressed his desire that the demonstrations reach a successful conclusion. Goic issued a statement expressing his opinion: There isn't anyone in Chile that doesn't want to improve the quality and equity of education here. One would like to ask the student leaders, who have proven competent, that they have a little patience, so that may be worked through in the parliament. On 25 May 2006, a group of students threw stones at Goic's residence in the city of Rancagua, having done the same to the city's Liceo Oscar Castro; the bishop had expressed his intention to mediate only hours before. In his capacity as Bishop of Rancagua, Goic was a key factor in the 2007 negotiations between conflicting parties in a fight over Codelco's outsourcing of workers. In a letter signed by him as President of the Chilean Conference of Bishops, dated to 18 July 2007, he stated: Progress is needed on the subject of collective bargaining on the issue of the company's outsourcing.

Recent events are a sign of insufficient legislation in this area. The right to collective bargaining in effective terms is a basic right that the international community and the Church itself recognizes as belonging to workers; this recognition is not complete without avenues to prevent the worker from collaborating with those who most directly benefit from the fruits of his labor. During the first months of 2008, he served as a mediator between the government and Patricia Troncoso, a pro-Mapuche political prisoner who held a hunger strike for 112 days. In 2009, the Chilean Conference of Bishops, through the Goic's influence, posed the creation of a general presidential pardon for the year 2010, called the "Bicentennial Pardon"; this appeal was subsequently recognized by the government. However, the possibility that military personnel convicted of violations of human rights would benefit from the pardon was ruled out by government spokesperson Carolina Tohá; the pardon was slated to take place after the 2009–2010 presidential election.

In 2007, just weeks after the state mining company Codelco re

23rd Golden Eagle Awards

The 23rd Golden Eagle Awards were held October 27, 2006, in Changsha, Hunan province. Nominees and winners are listed below, winners are in bold. Ren Changxia/任长霞 Eighth Route Army/八路军 The Qiao Family Grand Courtyard/乔家大院 Showing Sword/亮剑 Witness of Memories/记忆的证明 Lu Liang Heroes/吕梁英雄传 Jiangtang Prison Camp/江塘集中营 Home with Kids/家有儿女 Sha chang dian bing/沙场点兵 Papa, Can You Hear Me Sing?/搭错车 Beautiful Field/美丽的田野 Sky of History/历史的天空 Chenyun in Linjiang/陈云在临江 Stone Lock Channel/走进石锁沟 Aurora Borealis/北极光 True Love/真情 Tiny Me/小小的我 Xibaipo/西柏坡 Yang Yang for Witness of Memories Ge Fei for Ren Changxia Li Youbin for Showing Sword Zhang Guoli for Flos Sophorae Li Xuejian for Papa, Can You Hear Me Sing? Wu Jinan for Keep the Red Flag Flying Liu Jia for Ren Changxia Jiang Qinqin for Flos Sophorae Zhu Yuanyuan for Nine Phoenixes Yin Tao for Papa, Can You Hear Me Sing? Art direction group for Genghis Khan Cheng Shengsheng for Beautiful Field Yao Zhuoxi for Nine Phoenixes Sound recording group for Sha Chang Dian Ping Zhang Guoli for Flos Sophorae Jiang Qinqin for The Qiao Family Grand Courtyard 2005 CCTV New Year's Gala/中央电视台春节联欢晚会 100 Anniversary - Deng Xiaoping/纪念邓小平诞辰100周年 Midmoon Special Program/半个世纪的团聚――中秋特别节目 南粤先锋颂――广东省庆祝中国共产党成立八十四周年大型文艺晚 2006 Hunan TV Spring Festival Gala/和和美美过新年――湖南卫视2006年春节联欢晚会 For Justice and Peace/为了正义与和平 Directing group for 2005 CCTV New Year's Gala Cinematography group for 2005 CCTV New Year's Gala Art Direction group for 中华情――纪念台湾光复六十周年大型文艺晚会 The Forbidden City/故宫' No. 236 Pere David's Deer/236号麋鹿.孤独者的故事 Singer Cong Fei/大爱无疆·歌者丛飞 New Tibet/新西藏 Mei Lanfang/梅兰芳 Backing Soul/归来,殉难亡灵 Construction Site/工地 Rosy Cloudy/霞映长空 Writing & directing group for The Forbidden City Cinematography group for The Forbidden City Winter Of Three Hairs /三毛流浪记 Pig King /天上掉下个猪八戒 Big Ear Tutu /大耳朵图图 Baidubaike

Carlos Camino

Carlos Joaquín González-Camino Calleja known as Carlos Camino, is a Spanish actor known for Queens, Virgin & Martyr, Bienvenidos al Lolita, Eryka's Eyes. Born October 2, 1991 in Santander, Spain, he began his studies in theater at age 9, moved to Madrid when he was 17 years old to begin his acting career. After living in Madrid, studying acting at the RESAD and appearing in numerous commercials and TV shows such as Todo es posible en el bajo, Lolita Cabaret and the movie Eryka's Eyes, he moved to Hollywood, California to continue his drama training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. In November 2014 he filmed the movie Altamira with Antonio Banderas, he graduated from AADA and in the fall of 2016 he starred in BBC's and TVE's historical TV series Queens, Virgin & Martyr. In 2017 he got his first part in a Hollywood production, he had a small role in Dan Krauss' The Kill Team starring Alexander Skarsgård and Natt Wolff

Yaaruku Yaaro

Yaaruku Yaaro is an Indian Tamil film released in December 2007. The movie was produced by Erode Jayakumari under the banner of Universal Thavamani Cine Arts; the story, dialogues, lyrics and direction were by Joe Stanley. The movie stars newcomer Sam Anderson, alongside newcomers Varnika; the story opens as a medical college student, sings a song during the cultural festival. She is being surrounded by lush green fields and mountains but the college, or the stage for that matter, is nowhere in sight; the next scene shifts to three robbers. She is on her way to sit for her college examinations, but while wheeling her punctured scooter, the robbers escape on a bike. In comes hero David on a scooter who does a chase after them, he recognizes Deepa from the college function earlier. He gives his gold crucifix chain as a gift. Deepa refuses, but David gives a sermon about Hindu-Christian difference. Yet, she still does not accept it. David gives his'stepnee' tyre to Deepa; this incident is one of the most important scenes in the movie.

The next day, David goes to Deepa's house. He stands mesmerized by her voice, he asks Deepa to return his tyre. Deepa informs him. David impresses her mother with his gentlemanly manners which failed to impress the audiences; the scene shifts to David's confrontation with the robbers who happen to be the accomplices of his father's best friend. David starts a sermon about the greatness of the crucifix and gives it to the robbers for cleansing their sins; the robbers praise David as their saviour. They give back the chain they stole from Deepa during the beginning of the film. Deepa learns that David is an automobile engineer and visits his workshop, sees "high-end models" designed by David. David returns Deepa's chain that he had got from the robbers, he presents the crucifix along with her chain. David and Deepa fall in love. Deepa's mother is concerned. Deepa praises David's manners. Meanwhile, the robbers begin to work in David's workshop; the mechanics prod David to tell them about his affair with Deepa.

David blushes. As luck would have it, Deepa's father is a car showroom owner. Deepa takes David to her father the next day. David proposes his idea, but Deepa's father scoffs at it, leaving David heart-broken. David requests for a car poster, posted on the office wall. Deepa's father tells him it is the new customer car, to be sold in the showroom and refuses. David leaves the office, dejected. Deepa rushes out to console him; the next scene shows David back in his workshop with his mechanics. They make a plan to ask for a loan from the moneylender. Meanwhile, Deepa's father expresses his fear to his wife about Deepa falling in love with David; the next day, David goes to the moneylender's house along with his faithful mechanics to ask for a loan. Moorthy promises to help him out by agreeing to fund for two of his model cars. David and Deepa meet at a beach and break into a song where David's luscious shoulder movements captivated the audience. Deepa's looks were as good as David's dancing; the next day, Moorthy visits David's workshop but upon seeing the reality, changes his mind and refuses to lend money to David.

David is heartbroken but Deepa visits him and consoles him. She asks him to marry her, she plans to use her 500,000 rupees to help David out. Soon, David's birthday comes up and Deepa plans a big surprise for him, but everyone is in for a huge surprise as Manju, comes from Canada to visit David. She joins him. David is happy to see her and says, "My God, how beautiful you are!". We learn that Manju was David's sweetheart during their college days but had a fall-out because Manju went to Canada to pursue her career, she says that she came back to India to take David with her to Canada. David has a duet sequence with Manju for some unexplained reasons. Deepa enters the room and gets angry at David for flirting with another woman, she leaves the room fuming. David tries to stop her but she doesn't listen. At this point in the film, most of the audience would've concluded that both girls would've been wooed by David's talent in dancing. Manju learns about his life after college and his new love Deepa, she gets angry at him for not treating Deepa properly.

But she feels sorry for him and soon falls prey to his. The Raasathi song is shown again but this time with Manju instead of Deepa. Manju plans their migration to Canada, she asks David to forget Deepa and give back her 500,000 rupees. David asks for advice from his faithful sidekicks, he visits Deepa surrounded by a stunning landscape and asks for her forgiveness. Deepa gets angry with his behaviour and scorns at him. Wounded, David comes back to his sidekicks. David goes to Manju seeking refuge. Manju gets angry that David had not returned the check but suddenly declares her love for him and starts yet another duet seque