Tarzan Alive: A Definitive Biography of Lord Greystoke is a fictional biography by American author Philip José Farmer, that alleges the life of Edgar Rice Burroughs' character Tarzan, is a story of a real person. The book was first published in hardcover by Doubleday in 1972, with a paperback edition following from Popular Library in 1973 and a trade paperback edition from Bison Books in 2006; the first British edition was published by Panther in 1974. The book is written on the premise that Tarzan was an actual person with original author Burroughs having written fictionalized and romanticized memoirs of Tarzan, which were based on Tarzan's own life stories and adventures. Farmer is telling the "real story". Farmer examines the psychological make up of John Clayton and his peers, based on close readings of the various Burroughs books, accepting some of Burroughs' concepts and rejecting others in an attempt at greater verisimilitude. Among his conceits is that, since the apes described by Burroughs had a spoken language that Tarzan learned, these animals must have been "pithecanthropoids": "a group of rare hominids who are now extinct" and "not great apes".
The most recent edition of Tarzan Alive includes a foreword by Win Scott Eckert and an introduction by Mike Resnick along with "An Exclusive Interview with Lord Greystoke" and "Extracts from the Memoirs of "Lord Greystoke". The text of Tarzan Alive links the characters from the Tarzan mythos to dozens of other fictional literary characters as members of Farmer's "Wold Newton family". Philip José Farmer bibliography, for other Tarzan-related Farmer works Doc Savage: His Apocalyptic Life, another Farmer "fictional biography" Google Books preview: Farmer, Philip José. Tarzan Alive: A Definitive Biography of Lord Greystoke. Bison Books. ISBN 0-8032-6921-8 Summary of Tarzan Alive An Expansion of Philip José Farmer's Wold Newton Universe
Long Way Down is the debut studio album by British singer-songwriter Tom Odell. It was released on 24 June 2013 and serves as the follow-up to his 2012 extended play, Songs from Another Love, it serves as his first release with a major record label, was released with Columbia. In early 2012, Odell announced that he had signed to Columbia and began recording his debut album on in 2012. In November 2012, Tom Odell released his first EP Songs from Another Love which included famous hit "Another Love", which Odell released an official video on his VEVO for. Odell came in to RAK Studios in St Johns Wood with producer Dan Grech-Marguerat to record the album in the summer of 2012. Odell announced that his first single from the album would be "Can't Pretend", released worldwide on March 6, 2013, it was announced the second single to come from the album was "Hold Me". Odell performed "Hold Me" and "Can't Pretend" on both Alan Carr: Chatty Man and The Jonathan Ross Show. In December 2012, Odell announced.
In addition, he unveiled its artwork and release date of 16 April 2013, due to its scheduled U. S. release date it was pushed back until 24 June 2013 to prevent the leak of the album across the rest of the world. He announced the track listing which included "Another Love", "Can't Pretend" and "Hold Me". To promote the album, Odell went on two tours; the first was a smaller, mini-tour which took place in March 2013, three months before the album's release. In 2012 Odell appeared as an opening act for Jake Bugg on the UK leg of his tour in November 2012. "Can't Pretend" was released as the first single on 6 March 2013 and serves as Odell's first original single on Columbia Records. Odell released the second single, "Hold Me", on 31 March 2013, he performed the song on Alan Carr: Chatty Man to promote its release. "Another Love" appeared on Odell's EP Songs from Another Love and was released as the album's third single on 17 June 2013. Upon release, "Long Way Down" received polarised reviews from critics.
On Metacritic, which assigns a rating out of 100, the album received an average score of 58 based on 12 reviews by mainstream critics. NME gave the album 0 out of 10. All tracks written by Tom Odell and produced by Dan Grech-Marguerat
The San Marino national football team represents the nation of San Marino in international association football. It is fielded by the San Marino Football Federation, the governing body of football in San Marino, competes as a member of the Union of European Football Associations, which encompasses the countries of Europe; the San Marino Football Federation became affiliated with the Fédération Internationale de Football Association in 1988 and the country's first international match took place two years on 14 November 1990 against Switzerland in a UEFA Euro 1992 qualifier. San Marino's first result, not a defeat was a 0–0 draw at home to Turkey in a 1994 FIFA World Cup qualifier on 10 March 1993, the team's first and only win came over 10 years after Liechtenstein were beaten 1–0 in a friendly on 28 April 2004. Since 1990, 97 players have appeared for the San Marino national team. Defender Damiano Vannucci holds the record for most caps, having appeared 64 times for San Marino from 1996 to 2011.
The side's all-time top scorer is Andy Selva, who with eight goals from 57 caps is the only player to have scored more than one goal for San Marino. The team's most-capped goalkeeper, Federico Gasperoni, represented San Marino 41 times between 1996 and 2005. While San Marino have yet to qualify for the finals of a major international tournament, Davide Gualtieri holds the record for the fastest goal in a FIFA World Cup qualifier, scoring eight seconds into a 1994 World Cup qualifier against England on 17 February 1993. Appearances and goals are composed of FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Football Championship qualification matches, as well as numerous international friendly matches; the years given in the column marked "national team career" are those of each player's first and last international cap. Players are listed by number of caps number of goals scored. If number of goals are equal, the players are listed alphabetically. Statistics are correct as of the match played on 11 October 2011
Bengt Rosenius was a Swedish Air Force major general. Rosenius served as wing commander of the Östgöta Air Force Wing, Inspector of Flight Safety and commanding officer of the Attack Group. In his career he served two years as Military Equipment Inspector and head of the National Swedish War Materials Inspectorate. Rosenius was born in Stockholm, the son of Nils Rosenius, an accountant, his wife Edith, he passed studentexamen in 1938. He was commissioned as an officer in the Swedish Air Force in 1941 with rank of fänrik. Rosenius was promoted to captain in 1948 and was the same year course director at the Royal Swedish Air Force College in Uppsala. Rosenius attended the staff course at the Royal Swedish Air Force Staff College from 1948 to 1949, he was promoted to major in 1954 and to lieutenant colonel in 1957, the same year he attended the Swedish National Defence College. Rosenius was head of the Air Staff's Education Department from 1956 to 1958 and of the Defence Staff's Section III from 1958 to 1962.
In 1961, Rosenius served as Senior Air Staff Officer in the United Nations Air Force in Congo during the Congo Crisis. In 1962, he was promoted to colonel and appointed wing commander of Östgöta Air Force Wing in Linköping. In 1965, Rosenius was appointed Inspector of Flight Safety; the same yar he became a board member of the Civil Aviation Administration. Rosenius was promoted to major general in 1973 and was appointed commanding officer of the Attack Group. Rosenius retired from active service in 1977 and on 1 July he took up the position as Military Equipment Inspector and head of the National Swedish War Materials Inspectorate. Rosenius held the position until his death on 28 December 1979. In 1944, he married the daughter of Gustav Hagner and Hertha Hagner, they had two children. Rosenius died on 28 December 1979 and was buried at the Northern Crematorium at Norra begravningsplatsen in Stockholm. 1941 – Fänrik 1943 – Lieutenant 1948 – Captain 1954 – Major 1957 – Lieutenant Colonel 1962 – Colonel 1973 – Major General Commander First Class of the Order of the Sword Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences Första divisionen - air force officer at the farewell dinner Bengt Rosenius at the Swedish Film Database
Andrew Williams was an America politician, manufacturer and miner from the State of New York. Born in Ormstown, Canada, Williams received a limited schooling as a child and engaged in mercantile pursuits, he immigrated to the United States in 1852, settling in New York. He engaged in manufacturing of nails from 1863 to 1865 and engaged in iron ore mining, the lumber trade and in manufacturing of horseshoe nails and wagons. Williams was elected as a Republican to the 44th and 45th United States Congresses, holding office from March 4, 1875, to March 3, 1879, he was one of the organizers of the Iron National Bank in Plattsburgh in 1881 and served as its president from 1881 to 1888. He was Supervisor of the Town of Dannemora for two years. Williams was a member of the Board of Education until his death in Plattsburgh on October 6, 1907, he was interred in Riverside Cemetery in Plattsburgh. United States Congress. "Andrew Williams". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Andrew Williams at Find a Grave