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Enlil known as Elil, is an ancient Mesopotamian god associated with wind, air and storms. He is first attested as the chief deity of the Sumerian pantheon, but he was worshipped by the Akkadians, Babylonians and Hurrians. Enlil's primary center of worship was the Ekur temple in the city of Nippur, believed to have been built by Enlil himself and was regarded as the "mooring-rope" of heaven and earth, he is sometimes referred to in Sumerian texts as Nunamnir. According to one Sumerian hymn, Enlil himself was so holy that not the other gods could look upon him. Enlil rose to prominence during the twenty-fourth century BC with the rise of Nippur, his cult fell into decline after Nippur was sacked by the Elamites in 1230 BC and he was supplanted as the chief god of the Mesopotamian pantheon by the Babylonian national god Marduk. The Babylonian god Bel was a syncretic deity of Enlil and the shepherd deity Dumuzid. Enlil plays a vital role in the Sumerian creation myth. In the Sumerian flood myth, Enlil rewards Ziusudra with immortality for having survived the flood and, in the Babylonian flood myth, Enlil is the cause of the flood himself, having sent the flood to exterminate the human race, who made too much noise and prevented him from sleeping.

The myth of Enlil and Ninlil is about Enlil's serial seduction of the goddess Ninlil in various guises, resulting in the conception of the moon-god Nanna and the Underworld deities Nergal and Enbilulu. Enlil was regarded as the patron of agriculture. Enlil features prominently in several myths involving his son Ninurta, including Anzû and the Tablet of Destinies and Lugale. Enlil's name comes from ancient Sumerian EN, meaning "lord" and LÍL meaning "wind", his name therefore translates as "Lord Wind". Enlil's name is not a genitive construction, indicating that Enlil was seen as the personification of the wind itself rather than the cause of wind. Enlil was the patron god of the Sumerian city-state of Nippur and his main center of worship was the Ekur temple located there; the name of the temple means "Mountain House" in ancient Sumerian. The Ekur was believed to have been established by Enlil himself, it was believed to be the "mooring-rope" of heaven and earth, meaning that it was seen as "a channel of communication between earth and heaven".

A hymn written during the reign of Ur-Nammu, the founder of the Third Dynasty of Ur, describes the E-kur in great detail, stating that its gates were carved with scenes of Imdugud, a lesser deity sometimes shown as a giant bird, slaying a lion and an eagle snatching up a sinner. The Sumerians believed, they thought. As such, cult statues were given constant care and attention and a set of priests were assigned to tend to them. People worshipped Enlil by other human necessities to him; the food, ritually laid out before the god's cult statue in the form of a feast, was believed to be Enlil's daily meal, after the ritual, it would be distributed among his priests. These priests were responsible for changing the cult statue's clothing; the Sumerians envisioned Enlil as a benevolent, fatherly deity, who watches over humanity and cares for their well-being. One Sumerian hymn describes Enlil as so glorious that the other gods could not look upon him; the same hymn states that, without Enlil, civilization could not exist.

Enlil's epithets include titles such as "the Great Mountain" and "King of the Foreign Lands". Enlil is sometimes described as a "raging storm", a "wild bull", a "merchant"; the Mesopotamians envisioned him as a creator, a father, a king, the supreme lord of the universe. He was known as "Nunamnir" and is referred to in at least one text as the "East Wind and North Wind". Kings sought to emulate his example. Enlil was said to be intolerant towards evil. Rulers from all over Sumer would travel to Enlil's temple in Nippur to be legitimized, they would return Enlil's favor by precious objects to his temple as offerings. Nippur was the only Sumerian city-state. During the Babylonian Period, when Marduk had superseded Enlil as the supreme god, Babylonian kings still traveled to the holy city of Nippur to seek recognition of their right to rule. Enlil first rose to prominence during the twenty-fourth century BC, when the importance of the god An began to wane. During this time period, Enlil and An are invoked together in inscriptions.

Enlil remained the supreme god in Mesopotamia throughout the Amorite Period, with Amorite monarchs proclaiming Enlil as the source of their legitimacy. Enlil's importance began to wane after the Babylonian king Hammurabi conquered Sumer; the Babylonians worshipped Enlil under the name "Elil" and the Hurrians syncretized him with their own god Kumarbi. In one Hurrian ritual and Apantu are invoked as "the father and mother of Išḫara". Enlil is invoked alongside Ninlil as a member of "the mighty and established gods". During the Kassite Period, Nippur managed to regain influence in the region and Enlil rose to prominence once again. From around 1300 BC onwards, Enlil was syncretized with the Assyrian national god Aššur, the most important deity in the Assyrian pantheon. In 1230 BC, the Elamites attacked Nippur and the city fell int

Surjya Kanta Mishra

Surjya Kanta Misra is an Indian politician, belonging to the Communist Party of India. He served as Minister of Health and Minister in-charge of Land & Land Reforms, Panchayats & Rural Development in the Left Front governments of West Bengal and is the Secretary of the Communist Party of India, West Bengal State Committee. After the 2011 assembly election he was elected as Leader of the Opposition in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly in May 2011, he was inducted into the politburo of the CPI following the death of veteran leader M. K. Pandhe in 2011. In 2015, he was elected as the state secretary of CPI in West Bengal. Surjya Kanta Misra became a member of CPI in 1973, he unsuccessfully contested the 1977 assembly election from the Narayangarh. He was elected as the Chairperson of the Medinipur Zila Parishad in 1978 and served until 1991. In 1991 he was elected to the West Bengal Legislative Assembly. In 1991, he was inducted into the state cabinet as a cabinet minister. Within his capacity as a cabinet minister he served in the Land & Land Reforms, Panchayats & Rural Development departments.

He has served as Minister-In-Charge of Health and Family Welfare, Biotechnology. He remained in the state cabinet till 2011. After the defeat of the CPI in the 2011 assembly election he was elected as Leader of the Opposition in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly in May 2011, he became a state committee member in 1988 and a state secretariat member in 1995. He was elected to the Central committee of the party in 2002, he was elevated to the Politburo of the party in 2012. In 2015, he succeeded Biman Bose as the secretary of the West Bengal state committee, he is a member of the all India working committee of All India Kisan Sabha. He was defeated in the 2016 assembly election as a candidate in Narayangarh, he voluntarily gave up his practice after joining politics. He is married to Usha Misra; the couple has two daughters. He participated as an Indian medical volunteer at the time of the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971

Wonderman (Right Said Fred song)

The single version of Wonderman is a pop song about Sonic the Hedgehog by English band Right Said Fred. It was the third and final single from their second studio album and Travel; the single differs from the album version, having been re-worked for use by Sega Europe to promote the release of Sonic the Hedgehog 3. Its lyrics and accompanying music video contain numerous explicit references to the video game, ending with a woman commenting, "He's just a flippin' hedgehog, okay?" Actor Steven O'Donnell, at that time the advertising face of Sega Europe features prominently in the music video. Wonderman was a minor hit on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 55, it was featured on the compilation album Now 27, making it one of the lowest charting songs to appear on a Now album. UK CD single "Wonderman" "Wonderman" "Wonderman" "Wonderman" "Wonderman" "Wonderman" was featured in the 1994 Disney film Blank Check

Infamous (producer)

Marco Antonio Rodriguez-Diaz, Jr. better known by his stage name Infamous or DJ Infamous, is an American Grammy Award-winning record producer and 3 time world champion DJ from Miami, Florida. Infamous, was a founding member of The-Allies DJ Crew and is best known for his work with American rapper Lil Wayne. Infamous has produced songs for prominent recording artists such as Drake, Jay-Z, Meek Mill, Fat Joe, Game, Lupe Fiasco and Travie McCoy, among others. Although his current discography consists predominantly of rappers, Infamous is a multi-instrumentalist, once the guitar player and songwriter for rock band Antenna, before meeting Lil Wayne. 1998 ITF USA DJ Champion 1998 ITF World DJ Champion 1999 ITF Western Hemisphere Team Champion 1999 ITF World Team DJ Champion 1999 DMC USA Team DJ Champion 1999 DMC World DJ Team 2000 ITF Western Hemisphere Beatjuggling Champion 2000 ITF World Beatjuggling Champion 2000 ITF World Advancement 2000 DMC USA Team Champion 2001 Vestax Extravaganza 2001 DMC USA 2001 DMC World Team Champion Midget Madness Tablist Magazine Allstar Beatdown Ammo Records 00.

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Piaggio P.XIX

The Piaggio P. XIX was an Italian aircraft engine produced by Rinaldo Piaggio S.p. A. during World War II and used to power aircraft of the Regia Aeronautica. The engine was part of a line of 14-cylinder radial engines developed from Piaggio based on the Gnome-Rhône Mistral Major, itself loosely based on the Bristol Jupiter, it was derived from the earlier P. XI but with a higher compression ratio. P. XIX R. C.45 Turbine Geared, rated altitude 4,500 m P. XIX R. C.50 Geared CANT Z.1007ter Macchi MC.200bis prototype Reggiane Re.2002The engine was fitted experimentally to single versions of the IMAM Ro.57 and Savoia-Marchetti SM.82. Data from Type: 14-cylinder, two row, air cooled radial engine Bore: 146 mm Stroke: 165 mm Displacement: 38.6 l Diameter: 1,274 mm Valvetrain: 2 x overhead valves per cylinder operated by rockers and pushrods Supercharger: Centrifugal compressor Fuel type: 92 Octane petrol Cooling system: Air-cooled Power output: Take-off: 1,085 hp at 2400 rpm Cruise: 1,144 hp at 2400 rpm at 4,500 m Compression ratio: 7.0:1 Specific fuel consumption: 235 g/ Comparable engines Alfa Romeo 135 Bristol Taurus Fiat A.74 Gnome-Rhône 14N Mitsubishi Kinsei Nakajima Sakae Pratt & Whitney R-1830 Twin Wasp Shvetsov ASh-82 Tumansky M-88Related lists List of aircraft engines Re.2002 manual entry for the P.



The Monoscutidae are a family of harvestmen with 32 known species that all occur in or near Australia and New Zealand. Species range in body length from three to ten mm; the chelicerae are enormously enlarged in males of the subfamily Megalopsalidinae. Most species are coloured in shades of browns to black. Megalopsalis inconstans is jet black with bright orange patches on the carapace; the Monoscutidae are related to the Neopilionidae, which occur in the Southern hemisphere. Megalopsalidinae Forster, 1949Megalopsalis Roewer, 1923Megalopsalis serritarsus Megalopsalis chiltoni Megalopsalis chiltoni Megalopsalis nigra Forster, 1944 Megalopsalis distincta Megalopsalis fabulosa Megalopsalis grayi Megalopsalis grimmetti Forster, 1944 Megalopsalis hoggi Megalopsalis inconstans Forster, 1944 Megalopsalis marplesi Forster, 1944 Megalopsalis triascuta Forster, 1944 Megalopsalis tumida Forster, 1944 Megalopsalis turneri Marples, 1944 Megalopsalis wattsi Pantopsalis Simon, 1879Pantopsalis listeri Pantopsalis albipalpis Pocock, 1903 Synonyms: Pantopsalis nigripalpis Pocock, 1902 Pantopsalis nigripalpis spiculosa Pocock, 1902 Pantopsalis jenningsi Pocock, 1903Pantopsalis cheliferoides Pantopsalis coronata Pocock, 1903 Synonym: Pantopsalis trippi Pocock, 1903Pantopsalis johnsi Forster, 1964 Synonym: Pantopsalis mila Forster, 1964Pantopsalis luna Pantopsalis phocator Taylor, 2004 Pantopsalis pococki Hogg, 1920 Pantopsalis rennelli Forster, 1964 Pantopsalis snaresensis Forster, 1964 (New Zealand - Snares IslandSpinicrus Forster, 1949Spinicrus tasmanicum Spinicrus camelus Forster, 1949 Spinicrus continentalis Spinicrus minimum Kauri, 1954 Spinicrus nigricans Hickman, 1957 Spinicrus porongorupense Kauri, 1954 Spinicrus stewarti Forster, 1949 Spinicrus thrypticum Hickman, 1957 Monoscutinae Forster, 1948Acihasta Forster, 1948Acihasta salebrosa Forster, 1948 Monoscutum Forster, 1948Monoscutum titirangiensis Forster, 1948 Templar Taylor, 2008Templar incongruens Taylor, 2008 Forster, R. R. 1964.

The Araneae and Opiliones of the sub-Antarctic islands of New Zealand. Pacific Insects Monograph 7: 58-115. Joel Hallan's Biology Catalog: Monoscutidae Pinto-da-Rocha, R. Machado, G. & Giribet, G.: Harvestmen - The Biology of Opiliones. Harvard University Press ISBN 0-674-02343-9 Taylor, C. K. 2004. New Zealand harvestmen of the subfamily Megalopsalidinae - the genus Pantopsalis. Tuhinga 15: 53-76. Taylor, C. K. 2008. A new species of Monoscutinae from New Zealand, with a redescription of Monoscutum titirangiense. Journal of Arachnology 36: 176-179