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Emperor Sutoku

Emperor Sutoku was the 75th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. Sutoku's reign spanned the years from 1123 through 1142. Before his ascension to the Chrysanthemum Throne, his personal name was Akihito. Note: Although the Roman alphabet-spelling of the name of this twelfth-century emperor is the same as that of the personal name of the Emperor Emeritus of Japan, the kanji are dissimilar. Emperor Sutoku Prince Akihito Emperor Emeritus Prince Akihito Sutoku was the eldest son of Emperor Toba; some old texts say he was the son of Toba's grandfather, Emperor Shirakawa. Chūgū: Fujiwara no Kiyoko Kōkamon'in, Fujiwara Tadamichi’s daughter Hyounosuke-no-Tsubone, Minamoto Masamune's adopted daughter First son: Imperial Prince Shigehito. Mikawa-dono, Minamoto Morotsune's daughter Fifth Son: Kakue Karasuma-no-Tsubone February 25, 1123: In the 16th year of Emperor Toba's reign, he abdicated. Hōan 4, in the 2nd month: Emperor Sutoku is said to have acceded to the throne. 1124: Former-Emperor Shirakawa and former-Emperor Toba went in carriages to outside the city where they could all together enjoy contemplating the flowers.

Taiken-mon'in, Toba's empress and Sutoku's mother, joined the procession along with many other women of the court. Their cortege was colorful. A great many men of the court in hunting clothes followed the ladies in this parade. Fujiwara Tadamichi followed in a carriage, accompanied by bands of musicians and women who were to sing for the emperors. 1124: Shirakawa visited Mount Kōya. 1125: The emperor visited Iwashimizu Shrine and the Kamo Shrines. 1128: Taiken-mon'in ordered the construction of Enshō-ji in fulfillment of a sacred vow. This was one in a series of "sacred vow temples" built by imperial command following a precedent established by Emperor Shirakawa's Hosshō-ji. 1128: Fujiwara Tadamichi is relieved of his responsibilities and duties as sesshō. August 17, 1135: Former-Emperor Shirakawa died at the age of 77. 1141: The former emperor Toba accepted the tonsure in becoming a monk at the age of 39. In 1151, Sutoko ordered Waka imperial anthology Shika Wakashū. In 1156, after failing to put down the Hōgen Rebellion, he was exiled to Sanuki Province.

Emperor Sutoku's reign lasted for 19 years: 2 years in the nengō Tenji, 5 years in Daiji, 1 year in'Tenshō, 3 years in Chōshō, 6 years in Hōen, 1 year in Eiji. The site of Sutoku's grave is settled; this emperor is traditionally venerated at a memorial Shinto shrine in Kagawa. He was enshrined in Shiramine shrine and Kotohira-gū in Kagawa Prefecture; the former is associated with the god of football, worshipped by Kuge clan Asukai in times of yore, while the latter enshrined Ō-mono-nushi-no-mikoto, a god known to have restored harmony in Yamato in exchange for worship and nepotism. The Imperial Household Agency designates this location as Sutoku's mausoleum, it is formally named Shiramine no misasagi. Kugyō is a collective term for the few most powerful men attached to the court of the Emperor of Japan in pre-Meiji eras. In general, this elite group included only three to four men at a time; these were hereditary courtiers whose experience and background would have brought them to the pinnacle of a life's career.

During Sutoku's reign, this apex of the Daijō-kan included: Sesshō, Fujiwara Tadamichi, 1097–1164. Daijō-daijin, Fujiwara Tadamichi. Sadaijin Udaijin Nadaijin, Fujiwara Yorinaga, 1120–1156. Dainagon The years of Sutoku's reign are more identified by more than one era name or nengō. Hōan Tenji Daiji Tenshō Chōshō Hōen Eiji After Sutoku's abdication and exile, he devoted himself to monastic life, he offered them to the court. Fearing that the scriptures were cursed, the court refused to accept them. Snubbed, Sutoku was said to have resented the court and, upon his death, became an onryō. Everything from the subsequent fall in fortune of the Imperial court, the rise of the samurai powers and internal unrests were blamed on his haunting. Along with Sugawara no Michizane and Taira no Masakado, he is called one of the “Three Great Onryō of Japan.”. Shin Heike Monogatari, Masakazu Tamura played Emperor Sutoku. Emperor of Japan List of Emperors of Japan Imperial cult Brown, Delmer M. and Ichirō Ishida, eds..

Gukanshō: The Future and the Past. Berkeley: University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-03460-0; the Imperial House of Japan. Kyoto: Ponsonby Memorial Society. OCLC 194887 _____________.. Vicissitudes of Shinto. Kyoto: Ponsonby Memorial Society. OCLC 36655 Titsingh, Isaac.. Nihon Odai 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. ISB

Gangbuster (DC Comics)

Gangbuster is a comic book fictional character, a DC Comics superhero. He first appeared as Jose Delgado in Adventures of Superman #428, as Gangbuster in Adventures of Superman #434, he was created by Jerry Ordway. Jose Delgado grew up in the Metropolis area known as Suicide Slum; as he grew older he became a skilled boxer. He ended up as a high school teacher in Metropolis, he became a mentor to Jerry White. When Lex Luthor enlisted youth gangs into organized crime under his control, Jose adopted the identity of Gangbuster to deal with the threat posed to the teenagers in his community. Jose Delgado suffered a spinal injury while saving Lois Lane's life during a fight with a creature called Combattor. Delgado was talked into retiring by Cat Grant, he recovered the ability to walk with the assistance of a LexCorp cybernetic implant, similar to the implant used on Maximum from the Supermen of America. Delgado discovered someone else was masquerading as Gangbuster, using much more violent methods; this turned out to be an amnesiac Superman, suffering from a nervous breakdown after a fight with Brainiac.

After recovering Delgado discovered that the implant which enabled him to walk was a LexCorp invention, that Lex Luthor could use it to take control of his body. Luthor forced Gangbuster to attack an ally of Superman's named Professor Emil Hamilton. Hamilton was able to alter the implant, allowing Jose to take control of his life again. Delgado's life fell apart and he had trouble keeping jobs. Delgado had limited personal relationships with Cat Grant, they became close while he served as her bodyguard, but he did not get along with her young son Adam. Delgado resumed his career as Gangbuster following Superman's apparent death at the hands of Doomsday, he got into trouble when he broke up a drug deal only to discover that it was part of an undercover police operation. Pursued by the police, he went on the run. An ultraviolent Gangbuster showed up in Black Lightning's hometown of Brick City. Black Lightning discovered that this wasn't the real Gangbuster, but a shapeshifter named Ishmael, an operative of Tobias Whale.

The real Jose Delgado Gangbuster soon showed up and helped him defeat Ishmael and his shapeshifter brother Queequeg. Gangbuster returned in issue #1 of the weekly mini-series known as Trinity. In issue #5 he debuted an updated version of his body armor with a portable arsenal of non-lethal weaponry, he was forced out of retirement by witnessing the kidnapping of mystic Tarot. Jose soon tracked Tarot to the castle headquarters of Despero, Morgana Le Fey and the villain known as Enigma, he and Hawkman infiltrated the castle and spend days fighting through its denizens, as time and space were much different inside from outside. They rescued Tarot from a trio of stone monsters. At the end of the series, with reality returned to normal and Tarot began a relationship. In the Supergirl series, Gangbuster and Dr. Light —both employees of S. T. A. R. Labs—help Supergirl rescue her friend Lana Lang after her body is possessed by the Insect Queen. Gangbuster and Dr. Light investigate an object that crashes into a Metropolis park and leaves a massive crystallized crater in its center.

While searching the crater, the two heroes discover a Bizarro Supergirl. The Bizarro Supergirl takes Gangbuster and Dr. Light hostage, but is defeated in battle by the real Supergirl. Jose Delgado is a skilled boxer and martial artist; when Jose was crippled on duty as the Gangbuster, he was forced to accept Lex Luthor's agreement and treatment to return the function of his legs to him using cybernetic enhancement. However, Luthor's cybernetic components allowed him to control Jose's movement if necessary. In the alternate "Trinity" universe, Gangbuster is one of the few entities to recognize and understand reality is not as it should be, he allies himself with that universe's version of Alfred Pennyworth. DCU Guide: Gangbuster DCU Guide chronology: Gangbuster DCU Guide additional chronology: Gangbuster Superman Homepage: Gangbuster Cosmic Teams: Cat Grant

Rising Sun Historic District

Rising Sun Historic District is a national historic district located at Rising Sun, Ohio County, Indiana. The district encompasses 322 contributing buildings, 2 contributing sites, 2 contributing objects in Rising Sun, it developed between about 1810 and 1955, includes notable examples of Federal and Classical Revival style architecture. Located in the district are the separately listed Clore Plow Works-J. W. Whitlock and Company buildings. Other notable contributing resources include the First Presbyterian Church, Ohio County Courthouse, Alexander C. Downey House, Rising Sun Cemetery, Robert E. Covington House, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006

Robert M. Warner

Robert M. Warner was an American historian who served as the Sixth Archivist of the United States at the National Archives, from 1980 to 1985. Born in Montrose, Colorado, he graduated from South High School in Denver, Colorado in 1945, he earned a bachelor's degree at Muskingum College in 1949 and a Ph. D. in American history in 1958 from the University of Michigan. He was third director of the Michigan Historical Collections before taking the federal job; the National Archives, founded in 1934, had been part of the General Services Administration since 1949 and was controlled by political appointees. During his term, he was elected president of the Society of American Archivists, served in that position from 1976-1977; as Archivist, Warner pushed for institutional independence for the archives. Charles McC. Mathias and Thomas F. Eagleton introduced legislation that turned the Archives into the National Archives and Records Administration in 1985; that year, Warner returned to the University of Michigan becoming Dean of the School of Information and Library Science.

The NARA Robert M. Warner Research Center is named in his honor, he died in Michigan of a heart attack after battling cancer for a year. Secrecy and Salesmanship in the Struggle for NARA's Independence

Jan Jagla

Jan-Hendrik Jagla is a former German professional basketball player. Though he stands 7 feet tall, Jagla has the game of a 2-guard, his game somewhat resembles that of Dirk Nowitzki. Jagla was known to be a point forward in his college days, he is married to Ivana, a daughter of Svetislav Pešić. He spent three seasons at the Pennsylvania State University in University Park, before turning pro, he finished his Penn State career with 813 points, 504 rebounds and ranks third in school history with 110 blocked shots. Jagla holds the Penn State record for consecutive missed three point shots, 33, he played one year of high school basketball as an exchange student at Highland High School in Granger Township of Medina, where he led the Hornets to their first Suburban League Championship in 1998. He played for Türk Telekom B. K. of the Turkish Basketball League during the 2006–07 season. He played for Joventut Badalona in Spain. Polish champion Asseco Prokom Gdynia signed him on 22 September 2009. In December, 2010 he returned to Türk Telekom B.

K. until the end of the 2010-11 season. In July 2011 he returned to Germany by signing with Bayern Munich a two-year contract. In August 2013, he returned after 12 years to his former club Alba Berlin. In August 2014, he signed a one-year deal with Bayern Munich. On 16 July 2015, he retired from professional basketball. Jagla participated in the 2008 Olympics with the German national team. List of Pennsylvania State University Olympians Jan Jagla at Jan Jagla at Jan Jagla at

Frankfort OQ-16

The Frankfort OQ-16 known as the TD3D, was a target drone designed by the Frankfort Sailplane Company for use by the United States Army Air Forces and United States Navy. The OQ-16 was developed under a contract for a radio-controlled target drone awarded in early 1945. Fifteen aircraft were ordered by the USAAF. However, the contract was cancelled. Data from Parsch 2003General characteristics Crew: 0 Wingspan: 12 ft Gross weight: 135 lb Powerplant: 1 × Righter O-45-35, 35 hp Performance Maximum speed: 150 mph Endurance: 60 minutes Service ceiling: 15,000 ft Aircraft of comparable role and era Radioplane OQ-14 Radioplane OQ-17 Related lists List of military aircraft of the United States List of military aircraft of the United States