Adam Hugh Vyvyan Johnson is an English former first-class cricketer. Johnson was born at Sheffield in November 1978, he was educated before going up to Jesus College, Cambridge. While studying at Cambridge, he made his debut in first-class cricket for Cambridge UCCE against Kent at Fenner's in 2001, he made three further first-class appearances in 2001, playing twice more for Cambridge UCCE and once for Cambridge University against Oxford University. In his four first-class matches, he scored 72 runs with a high score of 55 not out. In addition to playing first-class cricket he played minor counties cricket for Cambridgeshire in 1999, making a single appearance in the Minor Counties Championship. Adam Johnson at ESPNcricinfo
In Belarus, a country that gained independence in 1991, football is the most popular sport followed by ice hockey. The national association takes part in all competitions organized by FIFA and UEFA at senior and youth level, as well as in women’s football. Dinamo Minsk were once one of the powerhouses in the top flight of Soviet Union football, sometimes playing in European club competitions. A number of Belarusians, such as Sergei Aleinikov, Sergei Borovsky, Sergei Gotsmanov, Ihar Hurynovich, Georgi Kondratiev, Aleksandr Prokopenko, Andrei Zygmantovich and Eduard Malofeyev, represented the Soviet Union. Today, the star of Belarusian football is Alexander Hleb, who plays for BATE Borisov. Belarus national football team Belarusian Premier League List of football stadiums in Belarus
The Hospital Real de Todos-os-Santos was a major hospital in Lisbon, Portugal. The hospital was built between 1492 and 1504 and was destroyed in the 1755 Lisbon earthquake, along with most of the city. In 1492, after obtaining papal approval, King John II ordered the building of one of the most important civil and charitative infrastructures in old Lisbon, the Hospital Real de Todos-os-Santos; the Hospital was finished in 1504, during the reign of King Manuel I. The construction of the Hospital was part of a Royal campaign to centralise the health assistance of the most important cities of the Kingdom into general hospitals. Large hospitals were founded in Coimbra, Évora and Braga; the main façade of All-Saints Hospital occupied the whole eastern side of Rossio Square. Today's Praça da Figueira is located over of the area occupied by the old Hospital. Old descriptions and excavations indicate that the building had a groundfloor and two upper storeys and was organised into several square-shaped wings with central courtyards around the Hospital Chapel.
The Chapel was located in middle of the ensemble and had a massive tower in the eastern end of the nave. The main façade of the Hospital had an arched gallery with buttresses in its ground floor; the entrance of the Chapel was located in the middle of the Hospital façade and was reached by a monumental stairway. Contemporary drawings show that the portal of the Chapel was a notable work in Manueline style, the Portuguese version of late Gothic typical of King Manuel I's time; the rules of the Hospital were granted by King Manuel I in 1504, were based on the rules of contemporary hospitals in Florence and Siena. The Hospital had three infirmaries located in the upper storey, where the ill were treated; the groundfloor was occupied by the Hospital personnel. The first floor housed dependencies like the kitchen and pharmacy, as well as rooms for abandoned children and the mentally ill, it is estimated that the Hospital was capable of housing around 250 people, with 2500-3000 people being treated every year.
Though the premises were victim of several fires, the facilities were expanded until the middle of 18th century, when the Hospital had around 12 infirmaries. It was the most important health institution in the city and an important centre for the practical study of anatomy and medicine in Portugal; the Hospital was administered by a provedor appointed by the King, but after 1564 the Hospital was run by the Irmandade da Misericórdia, an important Portuguese religious charity established in 1498 that exists to this day. Things changed with the massive 1755 earthquake, in which a great part of the city was destroyed by the quake itself and the fire that followed; the situation was worsened by the fact that the All Saints Hospital was damaged, the surviving patients and wounded by the quake were housed in undamaged convents and palaces. The government of King Joseph I, headed by the Marquis of Pombal started rebuilding the Hospital, soon treating the ill again. For some reason related to financial constraints, the Hospital was never rebuilt.
The Hospital facilities were transferred in 1775 to the building of the Colégio de Santo Antão, a Jesuit college, confiscated by the Crown after the Jesuit Order was expelled from Portugal in 1759. The new Hospital was renamed Hospital de São José, paying hommage to King Joseph I; the remnants of the All Saints Hospital were demolished and a new square was created, the Praça da Figueira. Rossio Praça da Figueira History of the Hospital by Luís Graça History of the Hospital after 1755 by Rui Prudêncio
Action Replayy is a 2010 Indian Hindi-language science-fiction romantic comedy film directed by Vipul Shah and starring Akshay Kumar and Aishwarya Rai in the lead roles. Aditya Roy Kapoor, Neha Dhupia, Rannvijay Singh, Om Puri, Kirron Kher and Rajpal Yadav play supporting roles in the film; the plot is identical to the 1985 film Back to the Future. Director Vipul Shah however insists that it is an adaptation of a Gujarati play of the same name and of H. G. Wells' The Time Machine; the film follows a young man named Bunty, who enlists the help of his girlfriend's father, a scientist, when his parents are about to part away. With the help of a time machine created by the scientist, he travels back to the 1970s when his parents were unmarried, tries to make them fall in love; the film was released theatrically on 5 November 2010. The story focuses on Kishen, a well-to-do businessman, unhappily married to Mala, they have a young son, who does not want to get married because of the loveless relationship between his parents.
Bunty's girlfriend, keeps proposing to him but he always rejects. She takes Bunty to her grandfather, Anthony Gonsalves, who happens to be a scientist and he is working on a time machine. Anthony asks Bunty. Bunty says. On their 35th anniversary and Mala get in an argument because of her friend Kundan. Kundan tries to repeat it after all these years. Mala doesn't stop him, moreover laughs over Kishen along with her friends; this leads to a fight between Kishen and Mala and it goes too far that they decide to get a divorce. When Bunty hears this, he runs to Anthony's lab to use the time machine and go back in time, so that he can make his parents fall in love. Without Anthony's supervision, Bunty enters the time machine and goes back to a time before his parents got married, he finds his grandfather's house. Bunty realises that the younger Kishen was an unattractive and awkward youth where as younger Mala was attractive as well as spirited. Mala keeps making fun of Kishen. Bunty makes Kishen over into a'cool dude' with the help of money he borrowed from younger Anthony.
Mala's friend Mona falls in love with Bunty. Bunty creates a plan to help Mala realise her love for Kishen. Meanwhile, Kundan falls for Mala, making things more complicated. Bunty tells Kishen to ignore Mala; the plan succeeds in awakening Mala's feelings and she confesses her love for Kishen. She tells Mona about her feelings; however and Mala's parents are against love marriages and, therefore, do not accept their relationship. So the lovers, helped by Bunty, decide to elope. Kundan takes Mala's mother Bholi Devi and servant Bhikhu, along with Kishen's father Rai Bahadur, to chase the love birds. At the end of the chase, Kishen slaps Kundan for his bad behaviour, their parents accept Mala's relationship. Mona proposes to Bunty but he tells her that he loves another woman, waiting for him. Bunty uses the time machine to return to the future; as expected, his parents are in love with each other. But, unexpectedly and Kundan are married to each other. Bunty takes Tanya aside, proposes to her, she accepts happily.
Akshay Kumar as Kishen Aishwarya Rai Bachchan as Mala Aditya Roy Kapoor as Bunty Neha Dhupia as Mona Sudeepa Singh as Tanya Gonsalves Om Puri as Rai Bahadur Kirron Kher as Bholi Devi Rannvijay Singh as Kundan Rajpal Yadav as Bhiku Randhir Kapoor as Professor Anthony Gonsalves Alok Kumar as Sri Kumaran Gopinath Bhalla as Fruit Vendor Filming scheduled for Manali in July 2010 was rescheduled when landslides blocked the roads near Rohtang Pass and the crew was evacuated by the army. Action Replayy was panned by critics. Rajeev Masand of CNN-IBN rated it 1.5/5: "Sorely lacking in drama and genuine humour, Action Replayy is mind-numbingly dull because there's no conflict or plot progression, everything seems to fall into place too conveniently". Mayank Shekhar of Hindustan Times rated it 1/5 "Scenes may well be weak in parts, and they are. But for a musical, the soundtrack is pure third rate". Raja Sen of Rediff rated it 1/5: "This is, foremost, a tacky film; the tastelessness flowing right down into the script, makes for a different league of disaster".
Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama rated it 3/5: "Action Replayy is a light-hearted rom-com that should be viewed without seeking much rationale or logic behind every action and reaction". Nikhat Kazmi of The Times of India rated it 2.5/5: "Action Replayy needed a much smarter script to keep the laughter ringing". Sarita Tanwar of Mid-Day rated it 2.5/5: "Watch it for the effort and for Akshay-Aishwarya's crackling chemistry." Action Replayy has an IMDB rating of 4.2/10 with 4,860 votes. Action Replayy's opening day collections in India were Rs 48.0 million, one of the worst openings for an Akshay Kumar starrer. Since the movie released on the day of Diwali, collections were lower than normal, however, it picked up pace at the box office on Saturday and its day 2 collections increased to Rs 69 million; the film was declared a flop by box office India after grossing 480 million. 2011 Zee Cine AwardsNominated Best Male Playback Singer – Daler Mehndi for "Zor Ka Jhatka" Best Female Playback Singer – Richa Sharma for "Zor Ka Jhatka" The film score was composed by Salim-Sulaiman while the songs and four remixes were by Pritam and lyrics are penned by Irshad Kamil.
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Essentra Packaging is a multinational manufacturer of pressure-sensitive tear tape, labels and seals for the packaging and labeling industry. It is part of the Packaging & Securing Solutions division of Essentra. P. P. Payne was founded in 1911 by Percy Philip Payne, manufacturing cotton tapes for the local textile industry. In the 1950s the business developed Rippatape, the first tear tape based on cotton fibres, used for easy opening of boxes and sacks. P. P. Payne went on to develop self-adhesive tear tapes which became popular for cigarette packaging and was acquired by Bunzl in 1996 as a consequence of the group's growing success in filter production. PP Payne was demerged from Bunzl in 2005 and formed part of the Filtrona group where it was renamed to Payne. In 2010 the company expanded its product portfolio through acquisition of Cardiff-based BP Labels. In early 2013, Filtrona plc completed the acquisition of Contego Healthcare, incorporated into the Coated & Security Products Division of the Company.
On 26 June 2013, the parent company, Filtrona plc formally rebranded to Essentra Plc. As part of this, Payne re-branded to Essentra Packaging on October 14; the company’s Coated & Security Products Division in which Payne operated was renamed Essentra Packaging & Securing Solutions. In November 2013, the company acquired Dakota Packaging, based in Dublin, Ireland to reinforce the division's product range and customer base in healthcare packaging, it provides significant additional scale in the Irish market. In November 2014, the company announced an acquisition of a healthcare carton and labeling company Clondalkin for $455m in order to grow its North American business. Essentra Packaging is headquartered in Giltbrook and has additional manufacturing facilities in Banbury, Liverpool, Newmarket, Waterford, Bitterfeld-Wolfen, Podenzano, Richmond, Sao Paulo and Surabaya, along with offices in Singapore and China from which Essentra Packaging provides its products to customers in over 100 countries.
All of Essentra Packaging's sites are accredited with the ISO 9000 quality management and ISO 14001 environmental management standards and are supported by an in-house design studio, an R&D facility and multi-million pound print capabilities. Essentra Packaging manufactures a range of tear tapes, labels and seals which offer functional aspects to packaged goods through providing easy opening and resealability; the products can act as a medium to carry branding and messages, in the form of printed images, text or data. Additionally, these products can carry brand protection solutions, such as tamper evidence or a range of overt and covert authentication technologies; such as holography, colour shift inks and taggants. The healthcare packaging area of the business manufactures and prints cartons, labels and blister pack foils for use in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries; these are designed for use on high speed packaging lines and can incorporate a range of print features along with embossing and tamper evident features.
Essentra Packaging won an Asian Manufacturing Award in 2012 in the Innovation Solution Category for their Variable Data Print tear tape which combined digital print technology and gravure printing, to deliver over 500 million unique digitally printed codes together with a promotional message. The in-house design department of Essentra Packaging was named Design Team of the Year at the 2013 UK Packaging Awards; the company was commended in the ‘Packaging Company of the Year’ category, after reaching the final shortlist of four nominees