Emilio Estevez is an American actor and writer. He is the son of actor Martin Sheen. Estevez started his career as an actor and is well known for being a member of the acting Brat Pack of the 1980s, starring in The Breakfast Club, St. Elmo's Fire, acting in the 1983 hit movie The Outsiders, he is known for Repo Man, The Mighty Ducks and its sequels and Another Stakeout, Maximum Overdrive and his performances in Western films such as Young Guns and its sequel. Estevez was born in the oldest child of artist Janet Sheen and actor Martin Sheen, his siblings are Ramon Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Renée Estevez. Estevez's paternal grandparents were Galician immigrants, his father is a "devout Catholic" and his mother is a "strict Southern Baptist."Estevez attended school in the New York City public school system but transferred to a private academy once his father's career took off. He lived on Manhattan's Upper West Side until his family moved west in 1968 when his father was cast in Catch-22. Growing up in Malibu, Estevez attended Santa Monica High School.
When Estevez was 11 years old, his father bought the family a portable movie camera. Estevez appeared in Meet Mr. Bomb, a short anti-nuclear power film produced at his high school. Estevez was 14 when he accompanied his father to the Philippines, where Sheen was shooting Apocalypse Now. Estevez had a role as an extra in Apocalypse Now; when they returned to Los Angeles, Estevez co-wrote and starred in a high school play about Vietnam veterans called Echoes of an Era and invited his parents to watch it. Sheen recalls being astonished by his son's performance, "began to realize: my God, he's one of us." After graduating from Santa Monica High in 1980, he refused to go to college and instead went into acting. Unlike his brother Charlie and his other siblings did not adopt their father's stage name. Emilio liked the assonance of the double'E' initials, "didn't want to ride into the business as'Martin Sheen's son'." Upon his brother's using his birth name Carlos Estevez for the film Machete Kills, Estevez mentioned that he was proud of his Spanish heritage and was glad that he never adopted a stage name, taking advice from his father who regretted adopting the name Martin Sheen as opposed to using his birth name, Ramón Estévez.
His first role was in a drama produced by the Catholic Paulist order. Soon after, he made his stage debut with his father in Mister Roberts at Burt Reynolds' dinner theater in Jupiter, Florida. Father and son worked together in the 1982 ABC-TV film about juveniles in jail, In the Custody of Strangers, in which Estevez did the casting. Estevez received much attention during the 1980s for being a member of the Brat Pack and was credited as the leader of the group of young actors. Estevez and Rob Lowe established the Brat Pack when cast as supporting "Greasers" in an early Brat Pack movie, The Outsiders based on the novel. Lowe was cast as Estévez as Two-Bit Mathews. During production, he approached his character as a laid-back guy and thought up Two-Bit's interest in Mickey Mouse, shown by his uniform of Mickey Mouse T-shirts and watching of cartoons. Besides his roles in In the Custody of Strangers and The Outsiders, his credits include NBC-TV's thrillers Nightmares and Tex, the 1982 film version of another S.
E. Hinton story, he bought the movie rights to a third Hinton book, That Was Then, This Is Now, wrote the screenplay. His father predicted he would have to direct to feel the full extent of his talents, describing him as "an officer, not a soldier."After The Outsiders, Estevez appeared as the punk-rocker turned car-repossessor Otto Maddox in the cult film Repo Man before co-starring in The Breakfast Club and St. Elmo's Fire. Following the success of these back-to-back Brat Pack films, he starred in That Was Then, This Is Now, the horror film Maximum Overdrive, the crime drama Wisdom. Estevez was cast in Platoon to be private Chris Taylor but was forced to drop out after production was delayed for two years, he went on to lead roles in the comedy/action film Stakeout and the westerns Young Guns and Young Guns II. In the early 1990s, Estevez directed and starred with his brother Charlie in a comedy about garbagemen, Men at Work. Estevez stated, "People come up to me on the street and say, Men at Work is the funniest movie I saw in my life.
But, you know, I do have to question how many movies these people have seen."In 1992, he found the career longevity that escaped other Brat Packers by starring in The Mighty Ducks as Coach Gordon Bombay, a lawyer and former pee wee star and minor hockey prodigy looking to forget the past, forced into coaching a pee wee hockey team as a form of community service. The film turned out to be one of Disney's most successful franchises, it was followed by two sequels. The following year Estevez starred in three films: the dark thriller Judgment Night, the spoof comedy Loaded Weapon 1, comedy/action film Another Stakeout, the sequel to his earlier film Stakeout. Estevez has acted alongside his father several times, he starred in the 1996 The War at Home in which he played a Vietnam War veteran dealing with posttraumatic stress disorder, while Sheen played his unsympathetic father. Estevez appeared in an uncredited role in the feature film Mission: Impossible. From 19
This is a list of players who graduated from the Challenge Tour in 2012. The top 21 players on the Challenge Tour's money list in 2012 earned their European Tour card for 2013. * European Tour rookie in 2013 T = Tied The player retained his European Tour card for 2014. The player retained conditional status; the player did not retain his European Tour card for 2014. Broberg earned a direct promotion to the European Tour after his third win of 2012 in August; because Carlsson had finished 93rd in the Race to Dubai, the graduating places were extended by one. The players ranked 17th through 21st were placed below the Qualifying School graduates on the exemption list, thus could improve their status by competing in Qualifying School. Morten Ørum Madsen improved his status in this way. Hartø, Wakefield and Brooks regained their cards for 2014 through Q School. 2012 European Tour Qualifying School graduates Final ranking for 2012
Vacaville is a city located in Solano County in Northern California. Sitting 35 miles from Sacramento and 55 miles from San Francisco, it is within the Sacramento Valley but is considered, at least by some agencies, to be part of the San Francisco Bay Area; as of the 2017 census, Vacaville had a population of 100,328, making it the third largest city in Solano County. The city was laid out on land deeded by Manuel Cabeza Vaca to William McDaniel in August 1850, its original plot was recorded on December 13, 1851. The city was a Pony Express stop and was home to many large produce companies and local farms which flourished due to the Vaca Valley's rich soil. There are a number of rare and endangered species in the Vacaville area. Endangered plants which have occurred in the vernal pool areas in and around Vacaville include Legenre limosa, Plagiobothrys hystriculus, Downingia humilis, Contra Costa Goldfields, Showy Indian clover. To this day Trifolium amoenum can still be found in Lagoon Valley Regional Park.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 28.6 square miles. 99.26 % of the area is 0.74 % is water. Excluding the Putah South Canal and minor local creeks, the only significant body of water within the city is the 105-acre Lagoon Valley Lake; the unincorporated communities of Allendale and Elmira are considered to be part of "greater" Vacaville. The city includes two hospitals, NorthBay VacaValley Hospital, a 50-bed facility whose campus includes the NorthBay Cancer Center and HealthSpring Fitness Center, the Kaiser Permanente Vacaville Medical Center, a hospital and trauma center; the city includes several historic buildings and places including Peña Adobe, Will H. Buck House, Pleasants Ranch, Vacaville Town Hall. Vacaville has a typical Mediterranean climate with cool, wet winters. Characteristic of inland California, summers can get quite hot. Autumns are warm in the early part but cool down as the wet season approaches. Winters can be cool, foggy, but are mild compared to other regions.
Spring is a rather pleasant season with mild temperatures and not so much rain. The greater majority of precipitation falls in the autumn and spring months with little to none in summer. According to National Weather Service records, average January temperatures in Vacaville are a maximum of 55.4 °F and a minimum of 36.7 °F. Average July temperatures are a maximum of 95.2 °F and a minimum of 56.1 °F. There are an average of 87.7 days with highs of higher. There are lower; the record high temperature was 116 °F on July 23, 2006. The record low temperature was 14 °F on December 26, 1924. Average annual precipitation is 24.55 inches. There are an average of 57 days with measurable precipitation; the wettest year was 1983 with 48.90 inches and the driest year was 2012 with 5 inches. The most precipitation in one month was 19.83 inches in January 1916. The most precipitation in 24 hours was 6.10 inches on February 27, 1940. Snowfall is rare in Vacaville, but light measurable amounts have occurred, including 2.2 inches in January 1907 and 2.0 inches in December 1988.
The 2010 United States Census reported that Vacaville had a population of 92,428. The population density was 3,233.5 people per square mile. The racial makeup of Vacaville was 61,301 White, 9,510 African American, 846 Native American, 5,606 Asian, 532 Pacific Islander, 8,136 from other races, 6,497 from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 21,121 persons; the Census reported that 91.3% of the population lived in households and 8.6% were institutionalized. There were 31,092 households, out of which 11,747 had children under the age of 18 living in them, 16,347 were opposite-sex married couples living together, 4,068 had a female householder with no husband present, 1,686 had a male householder with no wife present. There were 1,892 unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, 208 same-sex married couples or partnerships. 7,053 households were made up of individuals and 2,689 had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.71. There were 22,101 families.
The population was spread out with 21,511 people under the age of 18, 8,963 people aged 18 to 24, 26,269 people aged 25 to 44, 26,016 people aged 45 to 64, 9,669 people who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 37.2 years. For every 100 females, there were 112.5 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 115.1 males. There were 32,814 housing units at an average density of 1,148.0 per square mile, of which 63.4% were owner-occupied and 36.6% were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was 2.1%. 59.0% of the population lived in owner-occupied housing units and 32.3% lived in rental housing units. As of the 2000 census there were 88,625 people living in the city; the population density was 1,263.6/km². There were 28,696 housing units at an average density of 409.1/km². The racial makeup of the city was 72.11% White, 10.02% African American, 0.97% Native American
The 2020 Indian Premier League known as IPL 13 and known as Vivo IPL, will be the thirteenth season of the IPL, a professional Twenty20 cricket league established by the Board of Control for Cricket in India in 2007. Kings XI Punjab's captain Ravichandran Ashwin was transferred to Delhi Capitals in November 2019. Ajinkya Rahane, Trent Boult and Mayank Markande got salary raise during pre-auction trades; the released players were announced on 15 November 2019. Robin Uthappa, Yuvraj Singh and Chris Lynn were the prominent names among the released players. Jaydev Unadkat, the costliest Indian player in 2019 auction, was released. There were a total of 12 transfers between teams during the 2020 transfer window; the players auction for the 2020 season was held on 19 December 2019 in Kolkata. Pat Cummins was the most expensive player purchased by the Kolkata Knight Riders for ₹15.5 crore. The most expensive Indian player sold is Piyush Chawla for ₹6.75 crore to Chennai Super Kings. The four top ranked teams qualify for the playoffs advanced to Qualifier 1 advanced to the Eliminator The BCCI released the fixture details on 18 February 2020.
The 2019–20 Nicholls Colonels women's basketball team represents Nicholls State University during the 2019–20 NCAA Division I women's basketball season. The Colonels, led by twelfth year head coach DoBee Plaisance, play their home games at Stopher Gym and are members of the Southland Conference; the Colonels finished the 2018–19 season 20–12, 14–4 in Southland play to finish in third place. They lost to Texas A&M–Corpus Christi in the second round of the Southland Women's Tournament, they received an invitation to the 2019 Women's Basketball Invitational tournament where they lost in the first round to Southern Miss. Sources: Sources: 2019–20 Nicholls Colonels men's basketball team
Mormo maura, the old lady or black underwing, is a moth of the family Noctuidae. The species was first described by Carl Linnaeus in his 1758 10th edition of Systema Naturae, it is found from north-western Africa through all over southern Europe. It reaches its northern border in the west in northern Ireland and central Scotland, in central Europe, in northern Germany and Poland. In some Nordic countries, there are single finds; the other occurrence areas include Turkestan, the Middle East and Iraq. The name "old lady" refers to the fact that the wing pattern was said to resemble the shawls worn by elderly Victorian ladies; the wingspan is 55–65 mm. The length of the forewings is 30–36 mm. Forewing dull fuscous blackish, the median area darker; the moth flies in one generation from mid-June to mid-September. The larva are pale ochreous, clouded with darker; the larvae feed on various herbaceous plants in the early stages it feeds on various deciduous trees and shrubs. ^ The flight season refers to Belgium and the Netherlands.
This may vary in other parts of the range. It lives near water, in river valleys, bogs, as well as in the shore areas of streams and lakes. Kimber, Ian. "73.107 BF2300 Old Lady Mormo maura". UKMoths. Retrieved 23 October 2019. Savela, Markku. "Mormo maura". Lepidoptera and Some Other Life Forms. Retrieved 23 October 2019. Taxonomy. Fauna Europaea Lepiforum e. V. De Vlinderstichting