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EFL League Two

The English Football League Two is the third and lowest division of the English Football League and fourth-highest division overall in the English football league system. Football League Two was introduced for the 2004–05 season, it was known as the Football League Third Division. Before the advent of the Premier League in 1992, the fourth-highest division was known as the Football League Fourth Division. At present, Morecambe hold the longest tenure in League Two, last being outside the division in the 2006–07 season when they were promoted from the league known as the Conference National. There are three former Premier League clubs competing in League Two: Bradford City, Oldham Athletic and Swindon Town. There are 24 clubs in League Two; each club plays each of the other clubs twice and is awarded three points for a win, one for a draw and no points for a loss. From these points a league table is constructed. At the end of each season the top three teams, together with the winner of the play-offs between the teams which finished in the fourth to seventh positions, are promoted to EFL League One and are replaced by the four teams that finished at the bottom of that division.

The two teams that finished at the bottom of League Two are relegated to the National League and are replaced by the team that finished first and the team that won the second through seventh place play-off in that division. Technically a team can be reprieved from relegation if the team replacing them does not have a ground suitable for League football, but in practice this is a non-factor because every team in the National League has a ground that meets the League criteria; the other way that a team can be spared relegation is if another team either resigns or is expelled from the EFL. Final league position is determined, in order, by points obtained, goal difference, goals scored, a mini-league of the results between two or more teams ranked using the previous three criteria, a series of one or more play-off matches. There is a mandatory wage cap in this division that limits spending on players' wages to 100% of club turnover; the following 24 clubs are competing in League Two during the 2019–20 season.

Sky have broadcasting rights for EFL football league including League Two, Quest shows highlights. In Spain, DAZN broadcasts live matches from League Two. Football League Fourth Division Football League Third Division Football League Two official site

World of Black and Silver

World of Black and Silver is Crystal Eyes' first album released in 1999 by Crazy Life Music. Released again in 2005 under Crystal Eyes' new label, Heavy Fidelity. "Interstellar War" - 4:59 "Gods of the World" - 3:55 "Winds of the Free" - 4:49 "The Power Behind the Throne" - 6:18 "The Dragon's Lair" - 4:59 "Eyes of the Forest Gloom" - 7:11 "Rage on the Sea" - 7:01 "Victims of the Frozen Hate" - 5:30 "Extreme Paranoia" - 3:31 "Glory Ride" - 5:06 "World of Black and Silver" - 5:24 Mikael Dahl - Vocals and Guitar Jonathan Nyberg - Guitar Claes Wikander - Bass Guitar Kujtim Gashi - DrumsProduction, recording and mastering by Crystal Eyes and Detlef Mohrmann

Sole custody

Sole custody is a child custody arrangement whereby only one parent has custody of a child. In the most common use of the term, sole custody refers to a context in which one parent has sole physical custody of a child. Depending upon the jurisdiction, custody may be divided into two components, legal custody and physical custody. Physical custody where the child resides. Legal custody involves the parents' participation in important life decisions pertaining to the child, such as significant medical decisions or where the child attends school, it is not uncommon for a parent with sole physical custody to share legal custody with the other parent, but it is uncommon for parents to share physical custody while one parent has sole legal custody. Sole custody was the most common form of child custody granted after divorce. Since the 1980s, joint physical custody with shared parenting have become much more common, in some jurisdictions there is a legislative preference or presumption in favor of joint legal custody, joint physical custody or both.

Research indicates that children fare better in joint custody arrangements, or custody arrangements that allow a child to have good access to both parents. Alternating custody Bird's nest custody Child custody Divorce Family law Family court Parens patriae Parenting plan Shared parenting Split custody Third-party custody Ward of the state

Yellowstone Lake State Park

Yellowstone Lake State Park is a state park of Wisconsin, United States, featuring a 455-acre reservoir on a tributary of the Pecatonica River. The state park is included in the 4,047-acre Yellowstone Lake State Wildlife Area; the park has 5 group sites. There is a swimming area with sand beach, picnic areas, playgrounds. Boat launch, boat rentals, fishing for bluegill, largemouth bass and channel catfish, with some northern pike and muskellunge. Hiking trails, groomed cross country ski trails; the adjacent 4,000 acre wildlife area offers a shooting range. Located in the town of Fayette in Lafayette County, the man-made lake is sustained by the Yellowstone River which enters on the northwest side, the man-made dike built on the southeast side; the dam at the southern end of the dike is crossed by a narrow, steel catwalk, from which fishing is not allowed. Yellowstone Lake State Park

Masks (1987 film)

Masks is a 1987 French mystery thriller film directed by Claude Chabrol. It was entered into the 37th Berlin International Film Festival. Talent show host Christian Legagneur hires Roland Wolf, to write his biography. However, Wolf has ulterior motives - he is investigating his sister's disappearance. Philippe Noiret as Christian Legagneur Robin Renucci as Roland Wolf Bernadette Lafont as Patricia, La masseuse / The masseuse Monique Chaumette as Colette, la secrétaire / The secretary Anne Brochet as Catherine Roger Dumas as Manu Pierre-François Dumeniaud as Max Pierre Nougaro as Gustave Renée Dennsy as Émilie Yvonne Décade as Antoinette Blanche Ariel as Rosette René Marjac as Maurice Paul Vally as Henry Denise Pezzani as Mme Lemonier The film received mixed reviews. Time Out said "Chabrol frames the verbal sparring with characteristic precision, but the subtle plot suffers from a surfeit of politesse and a dearth of red-blooded passion." The New York Times called it "something unheard of in the vast Chabrol filmography: a thriller that satisfies the audience's expectations of a thriller including the childlike hope that good will be rewarded and evil punished", added "although the suspense is skillfully engineered, you can't help feeling Mr. Chabrol's boredom with it."

Jonathan Rosenbaum said it was "good, quasi-Hitchcockian fun", but not memorable. Craig Williams on the BFI site was more positive: "The idea of the bourgeois mask concealing murderous impulses is prevalent throughout the director’s work, but there’s a streak of self-awareness in Masques... that marks this as one of his best films of the 80s." Masks on IMDb

Palace of the King of Rome

The Palace of the King of Rome is the designation of two separate palaces intended for the use of the King of Rome, Napoleon II, son of Emperor Napoleon. In February 1811, before the birth of his son, Napoleon I decided to build a palace on Chaillot hill calling it the palace of the king of Rome. Grand and beautiful, it was to be the center of an military imperial city; the ambitious premise and the fall of the empire meant. Its designer, architect Pierre Fontaine, stated that the palace could have been "the most vast and most extraordinary work of our century."The small palace of Rambouillet intended for secondary use, was rebuilt by Auguste Famin. Due to the preparations for the French invasion of Russia and the diminishing resources of the French state work on the larger Chaillot palace was halted and on March 2, 1812 the Rambouillet palace was given the title "palace of the King of Rome" and it was the only one of the two palaces, finished