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HTC Desire 620

The HTC Desire 620 is an Android-based smartphone designed and manufactured by HTC. It is part of the Desire range of mid-range handsets; the Desire 620 comes with a 5-inch display with screen resolution of 720x1280 pixels. It is powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset and runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS. It ships with HTC Sense 6 and LTE, it has a 2100mAh removable lithium polymer battery. It comes with an 8 megapixel back-mounted BSI camera with 1080p video recording. There is a 5 megapixel front-mounted BSI camera with 1080p video recording. There are 2 versions of the Desire 620: Dual Sim; the single sim version supports NFC. Comparison of HTC devices

Hot Lake, Oregon

Hot Lake is an unincorporated community in Union County, United States. Hot Lake has an elevation of 2,703 feet, it is about 10 miles east of La Grande, 7 miles northwest of Union. The first Europeans to see Hot Lake were the 32 members of an expedition under W. Price Hunt, who entered the Grande Ronde Valley on January 1, 1812, on their way to the mouth of the Columbia River. On August 7 of that year, Robert Stuart made the first written notation of the place while returning from the Columbia River. Hot Lake became a resting place for travelers when settlers began traversing through the valley on the Oregon Trail in the 1840s; the first hotel was built at Hot Lake in 1864 by Samuel F. Newhard, a post office was established in 1883. In 1884, the railroad was built through the area; the Hot Lake Resort was built in 1906. The resort began to decline in the 1930s, as a result of the death of its director since 1917, Dr. W. T. Phy, a disastrous 1934 fire, the Great Depression; the post office was discontinued in 1943.

Hot Lake is now served by the La Grande post office

Paul Kelly: Stories of Me

Paul Kelly - Stories of Me is a 2012 Australian documentary directed by Ian Darling and produced by Shark Island Productions. The film sold out within 10 hours at the 2012 Melbourne International Film Festival and before its official theatrical release on 25 Oct 2012, the film went on a sold out National Tour as special event releases with Paul Kelly and director Ian Darling appearing on stage after the screening, it was broadcast on the ABC on 27 October 2012. With a career spanning more than thirty years, this feature-length documentary explores Kelly's life from his childhood in Adelaide as the sixth of nine children and grandson of two famous opera singers, through to his reputation as one of Australia's best singer-songwriters; the relationship of Kelly's art to his life and personal journey are revealed as are the many hurdles he faced along the way. The interview subjects include various members of Kelly's family, many of his fellow musicians and friends including novelists Richard Flanagan and Fiona McGregor, film director Rachel Perkins and musicians Megan Washington and Archie Roach.

As part of the film's social impact and educational outreach program Shark Island Productions and The Caledonia Foundation launched Paul Kelly & The Portraits at the National Portrait Gallery by The Hon Tony Burke MP and Paul Kelly - Portrait of an Artist Schools' Education and Curriculum program by The Hon Peter Garrett AM and developed with the English Teachers Association NSW. The report Music to Our Ears with the Music Council of Australia was commissioned to increase parental engagement to advance music education in schools. Paul Kelly - The Essays is a companion paperback book and e-book to the film tracking Kelly's life from aspiring cricketer as a young boy through to his status as one of Australia's best musicians. Paul Kelly - Stories of me Study Guide Music to Our Ears Commissioned Report Paul Kelly - Portrait of an Artist Curriculum Resource Won ATOM AWARD Best Educational/Training Resource Won ATOM AWARD Best Documentary Arts Finalist ATOM AWARD Best Documentary General Finalist ATOM AWARD Best Documentary Biography Won Australian Screen Sound Guild Award Best Sound in a Documentary Won FCCA Award Best Documentary Nominated AACTA Award Best Sound in a Documentary Paul Charlier Nominated ADG Award Best Documentary Feature Ian Darling Won ASE Award Best Documentary Editing Sally Fryer Official Selection at the Melbourne International Film Festival 2012 Official Selection at the Canberra International Film Festival 2012 Cast Paul Kelly Production Ian Darling as Director Sally Fryer ASE as Editor Susan Mackinnon as Producer Mary Macrae as Producer Toby Creswell as Executive Producer David Leser as Executive Producer Simon Smith as Director of Photography Benjamin Cunningham as Cinematographer Paul Charlier as Sound Designer and Music MixerMusic Paul Kelly Official website Paul Kelly - Stories of Me on IMDb

Patrick Berhault

Patrick Berhault was a professional French free climber and mountain guide. He died while climbing Dom ridge, during his attempt to linkup all 82 Alps 4000 meter summits in 82 days. Patrick Berhault is best known for popularizing sport climbing in France with his friend rock climber legend Patrick Edlinger in the late 70s and in the 80s, he practiced free solo climbing and was one of the pioneer alpinists who developed light and fast mountaineering in the nineties. Voie Express 1979 Nangat Parbat 1980 Overdon 1980 OverIce 1981 Oversand 1981 Dévers 1981 Paroi en coulisse 1983 Histoire de l’alpinisme 1985 Pirates La chance de grimper 1987 Métamorphoses 1987 Les piliers du rêve 1987 - Meteora ascent, Greece Grimpeur Étoile 1989 Fortune Express 1990 Les voies de l’équilibre 1992 Premier de Cordée 1998 La Grande Crevasse 1999 La Cordée de rêve 2001, produit par Migoo Productions retrace le grand voyage alpin réalisé en 2000-2001. Sur le fil des 4000, retrace l'enchaînement de 64 des 82 sommets de plus de 4000 des Alpes.

Monté à titre posthume par Gilles Chappaz avec notamment des images Mini-DV réalisées par Patrick Berhault et Philippe Magnin au cours de cette aventure. Produit par Migoo Productions. Berhault 2008, produit par Migoo Productions: Encordé mais libre, la traversée des Alpes, Éditions Glénat Livres, octobre 2001, 258 p. Le Grand Voyage alpin, la traversée des Alpes, Éditions Glénat Livres, novembre 2001, 144 p. Patrick Berhault.

Ahl al-Sham

Ahl Al-Sham was a joint command structure and umbrella organization of four main Syrian opposition factions operating in Aleppo, Syria. The factions are: Syria's largest rebel group, the Islamic Front the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front the foreign Russian-speaking jihadist group Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar and the anti-ISIL coalition, the Army of Mujahedeen; the group has held talks with the People's Protection Jabhat al-Akrad. The groups involved in the structure are perceived differently by the United States. In contrast Islamic Front is considered by the United States as a "moderate" fighting force and the Army of Mujahedeen is being vetted by them to receive support. In late October 2014, the al-Nusra Front began attacking cities held by the Free Syrian Army and other moderate Islamist groups, in an attempt to establish its own Islamic state with imposed Sharia rule. In December 2014, the Levant Front coalition was established superseding Ahl al-Sham, it includes the Islamic Front and the Army of Mujahideen but excludes al-Nusra and Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar.

The Aleppo Liberation operations room was established in February 2015. List of armed groups in the Syrian Civil War Army of Conquest