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Emperor Sushun

Emperor Sushun was the 32nd Emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. Sushun's reign spanned the years from 587 through 592. Before his ascension to the Chrysanthemum Throne, his personal name was Hatsusebe-shinnō known as Hatsusebe no Waka-sazaki, his name at birth was Hatsusebe. He was the twelfth son of Emperor Kinmei, his mother was Soga no Oane, a daughter of Soga no Iname, the chief, or Ōomi, of the Soga clan. He succeeded his half-brother, Emperor Yōmei in 587, lived in the Kurahashi Palace in Yamato. 587: In the 2nd year of Yōmei-tennō's reign, the Emperor died, despite a dispute over who should follow him as sovereign, the succession was received by another son of Emperor Kinmei, one of Yōmei's younger brothers. Shortly thereafter, Emperor Sushun is said to have acceded to the throne. Sushun's contemporary title would not have been tennō, as most historians believe this title was not introduced until the reigns of Emperor Tenmu and Empress Jitō. Rather, it was Sumeramikoto or Amenoshita Shiroshimesu Ōkimi, meaning "the great king who rules all under heaven".

Alternatively, Sushun might have been referred to as ヤマト大王/大君 or the "Great King of Yamato". He came to the throne with the support of the Soga clan and Empress Suiko, his half sister and the widow of Emperor Bidatsu; the Mononobe clan, a rival clan of the Sogas, allied with Prince Anahobe, another son of Kimmei, attempted to have him installed as Emperor. At the Battle of Shigisan, Soga no Umako, who succeeded his father as Ōomi of the Soga clan killed Mononobe no Moriya, the head of the Mononobe clan, which led to its decline. Umako installed Emperor Sushun on the throne; as time went on, Sushun became resentful of Umako's power, wanted him deposed. It is said that one day, he saw a wild boar and proclaimed, "I want to kill Soga Umako like this wild boar"; this angered Soga no Umako and out of fear of being struck first, Umako had Sushun assassinated by Yamato no Aya no Koma in 592. Emperor Sushun's reign lasted for five years before his death at the age of 72; the actual site of Sushun's grave is known.

The Emperor is traditionally venerated at a memorial Shinto shrine at Nara. The Imperial Household Agency designates this location as Yōmei's mausoleum, it is formally named Kurahashi no oka no e no misasagi. Sushun had two Imperial children. Consort: Koteko, Otomo-no-Nukateko's daughter Third Son: Prince Hachiko Princess Nishikite Concubine: Kahakami-no-Iratsume, Soga no Umako's daughterMother Unknown Imperial Prince Sadayo, older brother of Prince Hachiko, Nakahara clan's ancestorConcubine: Futsuhime, Mononobe no Moriya's younger sister Emperor of Japan List of Emperors of Japan Imperial cult Aston, William George.. Nihongi: Chronicles of Japan from the Earliest Times to A. D. 697. London: Kegan Paul, Trubner. OCLC 448337491 Brown, Delmer M. and Ichirō Ishida, eds.. Gukanshō: The Future and the Past. Berkeley: University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-03460-0. Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 44. Tokyo: Sophia University Press. OCLC 1640509 Ponsonby-Fane, Richard Arthur Brabazon.. The Imperial House of Japan.

Kyoto: Ponsonby Memorial Society. OCLC 194887 Titsingh, Isaac.. Nihon Ōdai Ichiran. Paris: Royal Asiatic Society, Oriental Translation Fund of Great Britain and Ireland. OCLC 5850691 Varley, H. Paul.. Jinnō Shōtōki: A Chronicle of Gods and Sovereigns. New York: Columbia University Press. ISBN 978-0-231-04940-5.

Rockwell Light

The Rockwell Light is located on the northern harbor area of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, in Winnebago County, Wisconsin. The lighthouse was thought up by William Bray as a way to mark his harbor as well as the entrance to the Fox River. In 1909 Bray found an architect who drew up the plans but he died in that year before he could carry through with the work. Bray had the lighthouse completed in 1910. William Bray had paid for the lighthouse using his own funds. After commercial traffic picked up in the port the government realized the importance of the light so they paid some of its expenses; the lighthouse was sold in 1917 and changed hands several times before a restoration job was done the following year. In the 1920s the lighthouse was operated by the Cook & Brown Lime Company which shipped goods along the Fox River; the company owned the lighthouse until at least 1965, further future information is unavailable. At some point the lighthouse was deactivated as the structure no longer appears on the Coast Guard's official Light List.

"Historic Light Station Information and Photography: Wisconsin". United States Coast Guard Historian's Office. Archived from the original on 2017-05-01

Sarangadhara (1957 film)

Sarangadhara is a 1957 Telugu historical film, produced by Namadeva Reddiar under the Minerva Pictures banner and directed by V. S. Raghavan, it stars Bhanumathi Ramakrishna in the lead roles and music composed by Ghantasala. The film was remade as the Tamil movie of the same title; the film begins, Raja Raja Narendra ruling the Andhra kingdom, Raja Mahendravaram as his capital, his Queen Ratnangi and son Sarangadhara. He has two ministers Singanna, good samaritan, Ganganna a diabolic person and Nannaya Bhattaraka is his personal poet, translating Mahabharatam into Telugu. Sarangadhara gets expertise in all fields. During that time, some riots arise in the kingdom. Raja Raja doubts on Rangaraju, the ruler of Rangaseema, so, he sends Sarangadhara as an emissary along with his two friends Subuddhi son of Singanna and Mandavya an entertainer. In the forest, he acquainted with Chitrangi daughter of Rangaraju. Chitrangi loves him at first sight. Sarangadhara leaves back. Raja Raja & Ratnangi get various portraits of princesses for Sarangadhara, they like Chitrangi and sends the portrait of Sarangadhara.

After seeing it, Chitrangi agrees for the proposal. But Sarangadhara rejects the alliance because he is in love with Kanakangi daughter of a king under their empire. Now Minister Ganganna lures him marry Chitrangi. So, Raja Raja performs the marriage. After the truth is revealed, Rangaraju decides to declare the war but Chitrangi stops him and tells that she will take avenge in a soft manner. In Rajamahendravaram, Raja Raja arranges a separate palace for Chitrangi and she stays along with her own maids, she keeps Raja Raja faraway on the pretext of special prayers and waiting for the opportunity to meet Sarangadhara. Through her maid Mallika she learns, Sarangadhara is fond of pigeon games. Mallika steals one of the pigeons. At the same time, Raja Raja goes for hunting and Sarangadhara starts the pigeon game. Chitrangi throws the stolen pigeon, which attracts Sarangadhara’s pigeon into her palace and for it, Saragadhara enters her palace. Chitrangi tells him the reality and reveals her love towards him.

But Sarangadhara leaves the place. In a hurry, he forgets shoes. Meanwhile, Raja Raja announces Sarangadhara's marriage & crowning ceremony. After that, he notices knife in Chitrangi's palace when he suspects him. Moreover, envied Chitrangi provokes by lying, he paces an ordinance to amputate Sarangadhara’s legs. Here Subuddhi & Mandavya prove the Sarangadhara's innocence. By the time, they reach a punishment area, it is too late. Chitrangi lands and blames Raja Raja for his deed, says that she has wholeheartedly married only Sarangadhara and commits suicide. At that point in time, Lord Shiva gives rebirth to Sarangadhara; the movie ends on a happy note with the crowning & marriage ceremony of Sarangadhara. The place where Lord Siva blessed Sarangadhara a temple adored been by the name Sarangadhareswara temple at Rajamandry till today. N. T. Rama Rao as Sarangadhara Bhanumathi Ramakrishna as Chitrangi Devi S. V. Ranga Rao as Rajaraja Narendra Chalukya Relangi as Mandavya Gummadi as Mahamantri Singanna Mikkilineni as Nannaya Bhattaraka Mukkamala as Ganganna Chalam as Subuddhi P. Santha Kumari as Ratnangi Devi Rajasulochana as Kanakangi Surabhi Balasaraswati as Malathi Art: S. V.

S Rama Rao Choreography: Pasumarthi, Sampath Stills: R. N. Nagaraja Rao, Meenakshi Sundaram Fights: Somu Story - Dialogues - Lyrics: Samudrala Jr Playback: Ghantasala, P. Leela, Jikki, M. S. Rama Rao, Madhavapeddi Satyam, Swarnalatha Music: Ghantasala Editing: V. S. Rajan Cinematography: N. C. Balakrishnan Producer: Namadeva Reddiar Screenplay - Director: V. S. Raghavan Banner: Minerva Pictures Release Date: 1st November 1957 Music composed by Ghantasala. Lyrics written by Samudrala Jr. Music released on H. M. V. Audio Company. Sarangadhara on IMDb Sarangadhara on YouTube

Freyberg High School

Freyberg High School is a state co-educational secondary school located in the Palmerston North, New Zealand suburb of Roslyn. Opening in 1955 as the city's fourth state secondary school, Freyberg High School has a roll of 1148 students as of March 2019; the school is located at the end of Freyberg Street, Palmerston North and is bordered by Skoglund Park on the east and Ross Intermediate School on the west. To the north are the netball courts of Vautier Park. Present is the Freyberg Community Pool, open to the public for leisure; the school was founded in 1955 and named for World War II hero and former Governor General, Bernard Freyberg. His name is reflected not only in the name of the school, but of the school's gymnasium, Lord Freyberg Memorial Gymnasium. Like most New Zealand state secondary schools built in the mid-1950s, Freyberg High School is of "Henderson-type" construction, with long single-storey classrooms blocks of timber construction interconnected by a central spine. Additional classroom facilities have been built over the years to aid in the growing student numbers.

The school's mascot and yearbook, handed to students at the end of each year, is known as the Salamander, Freyberg's nom de guerre during World War II. The name given to him by Māori, Te Pou Hōia, is reflected in the Māori name for the school. In 2005, the school celebrated its 50th Jubilee, in 2015, celebrated its 60th Jubilee and in 2025 will celebrate their 70th Jubilee. In 2004, Freyberg High School welcomed Michael McMenamin as the new Principal with the school roll in the 1200s. McMenamin took over from the post left by Russell Trethewey after 11 years. At the end of 2008, Principal Michael McMenamin returned to New Plymouth Boys' High School after five years at Freyberg, he was replaced as Principal by long-serving Deputy - Peter Brooks as of 2009. For the purposes of school structure and interhouse athletics and swimming competitions, the school is divided into 4 houses; this is known as "Four Schools in One". Each student belongs to one of the four houses. Freyberg High School works along the vertical structure with whānau groups which includes Year 9 through to Year 13 along house lines.

The ` teacher' of the whānau group is in the same house as her students. Prior to 2002, there were the horizontal ` tutor' groups. For example, 12LB. Before 2001, there were a mix of houses within one tutor group, however this was changed in 2002 to make it one tutor group, one house. Tutor groups are now referred to as'Whanau' classes. In 2016, coaching classes have been introduced to support students for the whole 5 years they attend the school. Students are taught beneficial skills such as time management, planning goals, career paths, study advice and more; the classes are sorted into individual year levels and respective houses with one'coach' who will be monitoring the students through to years 9 to 13. It is held every week and replaces the Whanau time slot on a Wednesday; each house has a name concerning the region, has reference to Te Rauparaha. Freyberg High School offers a range of facilities for its students. Sports Academy Music Academy Dance Academy Drama Academy Russell Trethewey Performing Arts Centre Craig Centre - Special Education block Deaf Education Unit Teen Parents' Unit Rumaki - Māori Immersion Classes Covered Heated Swimming Pool Multi-sport turf Freyberg High School annually conducts sports exchanges with Taradale High School and Kapiti College.

The junior school participate in a Central Six competition. There is a rivalry between Freyberg and Awatapu College for the Mark Ranby Trophy in rugby union. Steve Maharey, Former New Zealand Labour Member of Parliament, Palmerston North, Vice-Chancellor of Massey University, Palmerston North Jacqui Dean, former television and radio host, now National MP for Otago and Waitaki Darien Fenton, Labour List MP Ken Grainger, Former All Black Vivien Haddon, Commonwealth Games silver and bronze medalist and NZ Olympic representative. Sylvia Potts and Commonwealth Games 1500m Runner Mark Ranby, former All Black Selica Winiata, New Zealand Sevens and New Zealand Women's rugby player David D'Ath, The Skeptics Lyn McConchie, International Science Fiction and Fantasy author Benjamin "Benny" Tipene, The X Factor NZ 2013 Delia Hannah, Actress Peter Ingram, Central Districts cricketer Moira Senior, Black Stick Fiona Farrell, Author Margaret Kouvelis, Former Mayor of Manawatu Freyberg High School Website

Charlie Clough

Charles David Clough is an English footballer who plays as a defender for Singapore Premier League side Brunei DPMM FC. From Taunton in Somerset, Clough was admitted into the Bristol Rovers youth set-up, based at the Bristol Academy of Sport, was promoted to the first-team squad in the summer of 2007, his Football League debut, aged 17, came in a League One match against Brighton & Hove Albion at the Memorial Stadium on 26 April 2008 as a substitute in the 68th minute. At the start of the 2008–09 season he was sent to Mangotsfield United on a month's loan to gain some first team experience, with the loan extended into a second month. In September 2010, he joined Newport County on a one-month loan. In January 2011, he joined struggling Southern Premier League club Weymouth on a month-long loan. On 28 February 2011, he joined Bath City on an initial loan period of a month, he made his debut for Bath City on 1 March 2011 in a 5–1 away defeat against Rushden & Diamonds. He was recalled from his loan period on 28 April 2011 having scored two goals in eleven appearances.

He re-joined Bath on loan that year, when they signed him in a month-long emergency deal. In March 2012, he joined A. F. C. Telford United on loan. In December 2011, he was told he would be allowed to leave Bristol Rovers alongside teammate Ben Swallow. In the summer of 2012, Clough joined Dorchester Town. On 4 November 2012, he was a part of the Dorchester side that earned a shock 1–0 win over Plymouth Argyle in the FA Cup first round. In April 2013, he was named the Dorset Echo Player of the Year at the club. In September 2013, Dorchester'reluctantly' agreed to a request from Clough to have him put on the transfer list. On 12 September 2013, he moved to Conference South league rivals Sutton United who paid an undisclosed fee for his signature, he scored on 9 November 2013 in a 4–1 away defeat against Conference National Kidderminster Harriers in the first round of the FA Cup. He was made captain at Sutton United amid interest from clubs at a higher level. During the 2013–14 season, he helped the club to the Conference South play-off semi-finals where they lost against Dover Athletic who would go on to win promotion to the Conference National.

On 4 January 2015, it was confirmed he would be joining Conference National club Forest Green Rovers for an undisclosed fee. He made his Forest Green debut on 17 January 2015, playing the full 90 minutes in a 2–1 away win against Braintree Town, he scored his first goal for the club on 21 February 2015 in a 3–0 home win over former club AFC Telford United. He helped Forest Green into the 2014–15 Conference National play-offs for the first time, playing in both legs of a semi-final defeat against former club Bristol Rovers, he scored his first goal of the 2015–16 season in stoppage time to earn Forest Green a 2–1 win over Macclesfield Town on 30 January 2016. That season, he helped the club reach the 2015-16 National League play-off final at Wembley Stadium, played the full 90 minutes in a game that ended in a 3–1 defeat to Grimsby Town, it was confirmed the next day. In November 2016, he signed a new contract with Forest Green, agreeing a deal until the summer of 2019. On 23 January 2017, Clough signed for Barnet for an undisclosed fee.

He was released by Barnet at the end of the 2017–18 season. Clough re-joined Sutton for the 2018-19 season. Clough left Sutton in December 2018 and joined Bruneian club DPMM for the 2019 season, joining up with his former manager at Forest Green, Adrian Pennock, he scored his first goal for the Bruneian side in a 1–1 draw away to Young Lions FC on 7 August. DPMM were crowned champions of the Singapore Premier League on his first season at the club. Clough played a huge part in the title-winning campaign, his club claiming the joint-best defensive record of the league after 24 matches; as of 9 March 2020 Brunei DPMM FCSingapore Premier League: 2019 Charlie Clough player profile at Charlie Clough at Soccerbase Charlie Clough at Soccerbase Charlie Clough at Soccerway "Clough one for the future". 29 April 2008. Archived from the original on 3 May 2008. Retrieved 30 April 2008. Rollin, Glenda. Sky Sports Football Yearbook 2008–2009. London: Headline. P. 445. ISBN 978-0-7553-1820-9

Thomas Mills High School

Thomas Mills High School is a secondary school with academy status in Framlingham, England. The current Headteacher is Philip Hurst; the history of the school dates back to the beginning of the 18th century, when local merchant and Baptist philanthropist Thomas Mills stipulated within his will that money from his estate be used to "further the education of the children in Framlingham", as such the Trustees of Mills' estate established the first Mills School in 1751 on Brook Lane, Framlingham. The School was able to survive for one hundred and fifty years, during that time moving from Brook Lane to Double Street within the town; the School was combined for several years, starting in 1878, with the Hitcham School in Framlingham, before becoming separate once again in the form of the Mills Grammar School at the turn of the century. The Hitcham School continuing eventually becoming the modern Sir Robert Hitcham Primary School in the town. Opening in 1902 as an independent Grammar school for girls aged 8–16 with a starting total of only twenty five pupils, Mills Grammar School grew over the course of the 20th century submitting to local authority control in 1921, changing its age provision to 11-18 in 1945 and admitting boys to attend the school in the mid-Seventies.

By this time the traditional model of Grammar and Technical schools had fallen out of favour and local councils were encouraged to form all-admitting comprehensive schools for the purpose of secondary education. As a result of this Mills Grammar School was merged with Framlingham Modern School, established in 1937, beginning in 1976 under the supervision of latter's Headmaster, Michael Brown. Brown became the first Headmaster of the newly formed Thomas Mills High School opening in 1979, which exists on the site of the old Modern School utilising the pre-existing buildings and facilities, much of which continues to be used today along with many more modern additions; the original charitable trust established by Mills in his will continues to this day in the form of the Mills Charity, which has maintained a relationship with the school and has been involved and contributed financially to projects within it. Ed Sheeran, singer-songwriter Naomi Watts, actress Tom McRae, singer-songwriter, List of schools in Suffolk Thomas Mills High School