Elongated Man is a fictional character, a superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. His first appearance was in The Flash vol. 1, #112. The character has won and been nominated for several awards over the years, including winning the 1961 Alley Award for Best Supporting Character. Elongated Man was created by writer John Broome and penciler Carmine Infantino, with significant input from editor Julius Schwartz, who wanted a new supporting character for the Flash. Julius Schwartz has noted that Elongated Man was only created because he had not realized that Plastic Man was available due to character rights having been obtained by DC in 1956; however and inker Murphy Anderson stated that he never used him as a reference for anything. Elongated Man received a solo backup feature in Detective Comics, where he was redefined as a detective who loves odd mysteries and travels the United States in a convertible with his wife, searching for them. Sometimes they would travel the world or meet other DC superheroes like Batman, Green Lantern, the Atom and Zatanna.
This feature became sporadic throughout the'70s. However, in 1973, he became a member of the Justice League of America, he is seen in that title from 1973 to 1995; as a teenager, Ralph Dibny was fascinated by contortionists, or people who displayed feats of agility and suppleness. He learned that all of the body-benders he spoke with drank a popular soda called "Gingold." Ralph set to work learning chemistry and developed a super-concentrated extract of the rare "gingo" fruit of the Yucatan, which gave him his elasticity. In his first appearance, the Flash suspects the Elongated Man is behind several crimes, but the Elongated Man helps capture the criminals, who reveal they used a helicopter to frame him. Ralph Dibny was one of the earliest Silver Age DC heroes to reveal his secret identity to the public, one of the first to marry his love interest. After teaming up with several other superheroes like Batman, Green Lantern, the Atom and the Justice League of America, he became a member of the team.
His wife became a member as well. The couple was notable in having a stable and trouble-free marriage—an anomaly in the soap operatic annals of super hero comic books. Ralph Dibny played a central role in the events of Identity Crisis, with the main arc of the series revolving around the DC Universe's response to the murder of Sue Dibny; the healthy, stable relationship between Ralph and Sue, the events that led to and resulted from her death, were used as primary narrative devices throughout the series for examining the respective personal relationships of other JLA and JSA members. The effect of Sue's death on Ralph would come to shape his character in the events following Identity Crisis culminating at the end of the weekly series 52. Ralph and Sue appeared as members of the Justice League offshoot the Super Buddies in the miniseries Formerly Known as the Justice League and its sequel story arc "I Can't Believe It's Not The Justice League" published in JLA: Classified #4-9; the latter arc was published afterwards.
A running joke in "I Can't Believe It's Not The Justice League" involves the possibility of Sue's pregnancy. In the 2006 weekly series 52, a grief-stricken Ralph Dibny is contemplating suicide when he is informed that Sue's gravestone has been vandalized with an inverted version of Superman's'S' symbol—the Kryptonian symbol for resurrection, he confronts Cassandra Sandsmark, she tells Dibny that she is in a cult that believes that Superboy can be resurrected. She steals Ralph's wedding ring. During Week 11, after scaring some cult members and chasing them off, he gets a report that someone broke into a storage container in Opal City and stole Sue's clothes. In Week 12, Ralph finds Wonder Girl and she tells him they stole the clothes and ring to make a Sue dummy, she invites him to the ceremony. During Week 13, Ralph goes to the ceremony. Metamorpho, Green Arrow and Hal Jordan come with him. Despite his initial agreement and his friends disrupt the ceremony, but the effigy of Sue crawls to Dibny and calls out to him as it burns.
During Week 18, other members of the Croatoan Society: Detective Chimp, Terri Thirteen, Edogawa Sangaku find Tim Trench dead with the helmet of Doctor Fate, Nabu. Ralph asks for help from Shadowpact, Detective Chimp's other group. A voice from within the helm of Doctor Fate, unheard by the other members of the group, speaks to Dibny and promises to fulfill his desires if he makes certain sacrifices. Dibny journeys with the helm through the afterlives of several cultures, where he is cautioned about the use of magic. During Week 27, the Spectre promises to resurrect Sue in exchange for Dibny's taking vengeance on Jean Loring, but Dibny is unable to do so. During Week 32, Ralph gets into a fight with the Yeti; the Perfect Accomplished Physician comes to the rescue. Both he and the Yeti are members of defenders of China. At Nanda Parbat, Rama Kushna tells Dibny, "The end is written". During week 42, Dibny is in Dr. Fate's tower, he begins the spell to resurrect Sue, puts on the helmet of Fate, shoots it, revealing Felix Faust, posing as Nabu.
The following is a discography of songs, recorded by various artists, that Robin Thicke has been credited for as a songwriter and producer. 12. "Love Is On My Side" 06. "Sexual Attention" 05. "Anyway" 01. "Sexual Capacity" 08. "Around You" 12. "Don't Stop the Love" 08. "Every Time A Car Drives By" 01. "Give It to You" 02. "A Different Party" 03. "Change My Ways" 04. "I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man" 05. "Finally Finding Out" 07. "Don't Run" 08. "Separate Ways" 09. "Close My Eyes" 12. "Can I Come Over Tonight" 09. "When You Put Your Hands on Me" 13. "In My Life" 01. "When I Dream at Night" 05. "How Often" 06. "Let Me Let You Know" 10. "Takin' Me Over" 11. "Now or Never" 15. "No Tears on My Pillow" 06. "I Can Tell" 05. "Keep On Walking" 01. "Maybe" 07. "Over Me" 03. "Say Goodbye" 09. "If I Could Change" 12. "You Mean The World to Me" 07. "Very Kind" 14. "Can U Handle It?" 05. "Set Me Free" 01. "Out With My Baby" 09. "How" 12. "Fiend For You" Disc 4, track 06. "Fall Again" 09. "Madness" 16. "Shooter" Sample Credit: "Oh Shooter" by Robin Thicke Sample Credit: "Mass Appeal" by Gang Starr 01.
The 2018 Copa Sudamericana final stages were played from 21 August to 12 December 2018. A total of 16 teams competed in the final stages to decide the champions of the 2018 Copa Sudamericana; the 16 winners of the second stage advanced to the round of 16. Starting from the round of 16, the teams were seeded according to the second stage draw, with each team assigned a "seed" 1–16 corresponding to the tie they win. Starting from the round of 16, the teams played a single-elimination tournament with the following rules: Each tie was played on a home-and-away two-legged basis, with the higher-seeded team hosting the second leg. In the round of 16, semifinals, if tied on aggregate, the away goals rule would be used. If still tied, extra time would not be played, the penalty shoot-out would be used to determine the winner. In the finals, if tied on aggregate, the away goals rule would not be used, 30 minutes of extra time would be played. If still tied after extra time, the penalty shoot-out would be used to determine the winner.
The bracket starting from the round of 16 was determined as follows: The bracket was decided based on the second stage draw, held on 4 June 2018. The first legs were played on 21–22 August, 18–20 and 26 September, the second legs were played on 19, 25, 27 September, 2–4 October 2018. Tied 0 -- 0 on aggregate, Santa Fe advanced to the quarterfinals. Tied 3 -- 3 on aggregate, Bahia advanced to the quarterfinals. Tied 3 -- 3 on aggregate, Nacional advanced to the quarterfinals. Junior advanced to the quarterfinals. Defensa y Justicia advanced to the quarterfinals. Fluminense advanced to the quarterfinals. Atlético Paranaense advanced to the quarterfinals. Tied 1 -- 1 on aggregate, Deportivo Cali advanced to the quarterfinals; the first legs were played on 23–25 October, the second legs were played on 30–31 October and 1 November 2018. Santa Fe advanced to the semifinals. Tied 1 -- 1 on aggregate, Atlético Paranaense advanced to the semifinals. Fluminense advanced to the semifinals. Tied 3 -- 3 on aggregate, Junior advanced to the semifinals.
The first legs were played on 7–8 November, the second legs were played on 28–29 November 2018. Junior advanced to the finals. Atlético Paranaense advanced to the finals. In the finals, if tied on aggregate, the away goals rule would not be used, 30 minutes of extra time would be played. If still tied after extra time, the penalty shoot-out would be used to determine the winner; the first leg was played on 5 December, the second leg was played on 12 December 2018. Tied 2–2 on aggregate, Atlético Paranaense won on penalties. CONMEBOL Sudamericana 2018, CONMEBOL.com
Amazophrynella is a genus of toads in the family Bufonidae. They are found throughout the Amazon Basin. Amazophrynella was separated from Dendrophryniscus in 2012 based on molecular genetic evidence that indicated deep divergence between an Amazonian and an Atlantic Forest clade, the latter retaining the name Dendrophryniscus whereas the former was described as a new genus Amazonella amended to Amazophrynella because of homonymy; the analysis suggested that Amazophrynella is the sister taxon of Dendrophryniscus, but a study has suggested a more distant relationship. Amazophrynella are small toads measuring 12–27 mm in snout–vent length; the hind limbs are well developed. The parotoid glands are absent, as are tympana; the skin is finely granulose. Dorsal coloration is cryptic. Amazophrynella are pond breeders, an ancestral trait in bufonids. There are twelve recognized species: Amazophrynella amazonicola Rojas, Carvalho, Ávila, Farias and Hrbek, 2015 Amazophrynella bilinguis Kaefer, Ferrão, Farias & Lima, 2019 Amazophrynella bokermanni Amazophrynella javierbustamantei Rojas-Zamora, Carvalho, Ávila, Farias and Gordo, 2016 Amazophrynella manaos Rojas, Carvalho, Ávila and Hrbek, 2014 Amazophrynella matses Rojas, Carvalho, Ávila, Farias and Hrbek, 2015 Amazophrynella minuta Amazophrynella moisesii Rojas-Zamora, Ron, Hernández-Ruz, Melo-Sampaio, Vogt, Pinheiro, Ávila, Farias and Hrbek, 2018 Amazophrynella siona Rojas-Zamora, Ron, Hernández-Ruz, Melo-Sampaio, Vogt, Pinheiro, Ávila, Farias and Hrbek, 2018 Amazophrynella teko Rojas-Zamora, Ron, Hernández-Ruz, Melo-Sampaio, Vogt, Pinheiro, Ávila, Farias and Hrbek, 2018 Amazophrynella vote Ávila, Gordo, Kawashita-Ribeiro, Morais, 2012 Amazophrynella xinguensis Rojas-Zamora, Ron, Hernández-Ruz, Melo-Sampaio, Vogt, Pinheiro, Ávila, Farias and Hrbek, 2018
Let's Face the Music! is a 1964 studio album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Billy May. It was recorded in November 1961, released three years later; the initial Billboard review from February 29, 1964 commented that "The fine blend of Cole singing is beautifully melded with the smart and swinging backing supplied by Billy May... The tempos are in that grand, finger-poppin middle tempo, just May's cup of tea'". "Day In, Day Out" – 2:25 "Bidin' My Time" – 2:27 "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street" – 2:10 "Warm and Willing" – 3:01 ** "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter" – 2:37 "Cold, Cold Heart" – 3:45 ** "Something Makes Me Want to Dance with You" – 2:09 "Moon Love" – 2:11 ** "The Rules of the Road" – 2:45 "Ebony Rhapsody" – 3:04 "Too Little, Too Late" – 2:59 "Let's Face the Music and Dance" – 2:25 Nat King Cole – vocal, hammond organ Billy May – arranger, conductor **Heinie Beau – arranger
F. N. Burt Company Factory is a historic former box factory complex located at Buffalo in Erie County, New York. Another factory operated by F. N. Burt in Buffalo was the F. N. Burt Company Factory "C"; the original section of the building was built in 1901, with additions made through 1926. It is an example of daylight factory design; the four- to six-story building is constructed of brick and reinforced concrete. The company moved to Cheektowaga, New York in 1959; the building is visible from the I-190 and occupies nearly the full block bound by Myrtle Avenue and Hamburg and Seneca streets. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013. Developers under the legal entity 500 Seneca LLC purchased the vacant structure from New Era Cap Company in March 2010. New Era moved out in 2004 when it consolidated its local manufacturing facilities at a plant in Derby, New York; the building underwent a $35,000,000 renovation into 195,000 square feet of unique Class A office space and 110,000 square feet of dedicated below market space for community and/or cultural organizations.
The building features expansive interior "green" atrium. The site includes adjacent surface parking. In addition to commercial space, the building will feature 110 residential units; the project was designed by Tredo Engineers. It was being funded through state and federal historic tax credits, state brownfields tax credits, money from the Community Preservation Corp. with a financing guarantee from the State of New York Mortgage Agency. Once opened in 2015, tenants at the 306,000 square foot 500 Seneca Street building will include: ABC-Amega Inc.- largest tenant on the fourth floor Frontier Industrial Services and Frontier Group of Companies Buffalo Collaborative Opportunities & Management Enterprises Buffalo job training program Oracle - 6,000 square feet on the fifth floor Leadership Buffalo - up to 2,500 square feet on the fifth floor Bene-Care Agency - 4,000 square feet on the third floor Nervve Technologies Liberty Mutual - 13,000 square feet of space on the third floor Tommyrotters Distillery - 5,000 square feet on the first floor Provident Funding FourthIdea - Advertising and Design Agency on the Fifth Floor B.
Layne Creations an Eco-Transformations Studio 697 square feet on the fifth floor, open to the public December 14, 2015 National Register of Historic Places listings in Buffalo, New York www.500seneca.com