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Enyo was a goddess of war in Classical Greek mythology. She is associated with the war god Ares, she is called the "sister of War" by Quintus Smyrnaeus, in a role resembling that of Eris, the embodiment of strife and discord, with Homer, in particular, representing the two as the same goddess. In some myths she is identified as the mother of the war god Enyalius as well, in these myths, Ares is indicated as the father, the masculine name Enyalius or Enyalios may be used as a title for Ares; as goddess of war, Enyo is responsible for orchestrating the destruction of cities accompanying Ares into battle. She is depicted as "supreme in war". During the fall of Troy, Enyo inflicted terror and bloodshed in the war, along with Eris and Deimos, the latter two being sons of Ares, she and the two sons of Ares are depicted on the shield of Achilles. Enyo was involved in the war of the Seven Against Thebes and in Dionysus's war with the Indians as well. Enyo so delighted in warfare that she refused to take sides in the battle between Zeus and the monster Typhon: Eris was Typhon's escort in the mellee, Nike led Zeus into battle… impartial Enyo held equal balance between the two sides, between Zeus and Typhon, while the thunderbolts with booming shots revel like dancers in the sky.

The Romans identified Enyo with Bellona. She has similarities with the Anatolian goddess Ma. At Thebes and Orchomenos, a festival entitled Homolôïa, celebrated in honour of Zeus, Demeter and Enyo, was said to have received the surname of Homoloïus from Homoloïs, a priestess of Enyo. A statue of Enyo, made by the sons of Praxiteles, stood in the temple of Ares at Athens. In Hesiod's Theogony, Enyo was the name of one of the Graeae, three sisters who shared one eye and one tooth among them; this article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Leonhard Schmitz. "Enyo". In Smith, William. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. Quintus Smyrnaeus, Quintus Smyrnaeus: The Fall of Troy, Translator: A. S. Way. Internet Archive Smith, William. "Enyo"

Floyd County, Indiana

Floyd County is a county located in the U. S. state of Indiana. As of 2018, the population was 77,781; the county seat is New Albany. Floyd County has the second-smallest land area in the entire state, it was formed in the year 1819 from neighboring Clark, Harrison counties. Floyd County is part of KY -- IN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Floyd County the Shawnee Indians hunting ground, was conquered for the United States by George Rogers Clark during the American Revolutionary War from the British, he was awarded large tracts of land in Indiana, including all of present-day Floyd County. Clark sold land to the settlers. In 1818, New Albany was large enough to form a new county. New Albany leaders sent Nathaniel Scribner and John K. Graham to the capital at Corydon to petition the General Assembly. Legislation was passed on January 2, 1819 by the General Assembly, the county was established on February 1; the origin of the county's name is debated. According to the State Library, it was named for John Floyd, a leading Jefferson County, Kentucky pioneer and uncle of Davis Floyd.

John Floyd was killed in 1783 when his party was attacked by Indians in Kentucky. However, some maintain the county was named for Davis Floyd, convicted of aiding Aaron Burr in the treason of 1809. Davis Floyd had been a leading local political figure and was the county's first circuit court judge. In 1814, New Albany was platted and was established as the county seat on March 4, 1819. There was an attempt in 1823 to move the county seat. New Albany would be the largest city in the state for much of the early 19th century being overtaken by Indianapolis during the Civil War. Between 1800 and 1860, Floyd County experienced a huge boom in population. A survey in the 1850s found that over half of Indiana's population that made more than $100,000 per year lived in Floyd County, establishing it as having the richest population in the state; the Duncan Tunnel, the longest tunnel in Indiana, was built in Floyd County in 1881 between New Albany and Edwardsville. Because no route over the Floyds Knobs was suitable for a railroad line, civil engineers decided to tunnel through them.

The project was started by the Air Line but was completed by Southern Railway. It took five years to bore at a cost of $1 million; the Tunnel is 4,311 feet long. Floyd County, during the 19th century, attracted immigrants of Irish, German and African American origins; the French settlers located in Floyds Knobs, Indiana. The Irish began arriving in 1817 and settled in large numbers between 1830 and 1850. German immigrants settled in New Albany. By 1850, about one in six county residents had been born in other countries. Mount Saint Francis, a multi-purpose complex owned and administered by the Conventual Franciscan Friars of the Province of Our Lady of Consolation, is located in Floyds Knobs along Highway 150; the property includes 400 acres of woods and Mount Saint Francis Lake, both which are open to the public. Numerous hiking trails meander through the fields containing native prairie grasses. No hunting is allowed on the property. According to the 2010 census, the county has a total area of 148.96 square miles, of which 147.94 square miles is land and 1.02 square miles is water.

It is the second smallest county in area, behind only Ohio County. New Albany Floyds Knobs Georgetown Greenville Galena Floyd County is divided into five townships: Franklin Georgetown Greenville Lafayette New Albany The Knobs Unit, which includes Floyd County, contains some of the hilliest country in Indiana; as a result, the area supports trees that prefer dry sites and ridgetops, as well as those that prefer wet sites, ravines, or “bottomland.” Tree types unique to the unit swamp tupelo. Part of the unit stands on sandstone bedrock; this difference accommodates their associated flowering plants and shrubs. Trees found in Floyd County include the Sycamore, Flowering Dogwood, Virginia Pine, Easter Redcedar, American Beech, Sugar Maple, American Elm and Chestnut Oak; the lowest point in the county is the shore of the Ohio River near New Albany at an elevation of 380 ft. Interstate 64 Interstate 265 U. S. Route 150 Indiana State Road 11 Indiana State Road 62 Indiana State Road 64 Indiana State Road 111 Indiana State Road 335 Clark County Jefferson County, Kentucky Harrison County Washington County In recent years, average temperatures in New Albany have ranged from a low of 25 °F in January to a high of 87 °F in July.

The record low temperature was −22 °F, recorded in January, 1994, a record high was 107 °F, recorded in July, 1936. On July 4, 2012, the record for highest temperature in the county was broken. Average monthly precipitation ranged from 2.79 inches in October of last year to 4.88 inches in May of last year. The county government is a constitutional body, is granted specific powers by the Constitution of Indiana and the Indiana Code. County Council: The county council is the legislative branch of the county government and controls all the spending and revenue collection in the county. Floyd county is divided into 44 precincts which are organized into four districts, each district elects one representative to the council. Three other members are elected to the county at large; the council members serve four-year terms. They are responsible for setting salaries, t

Bezauberndes Fräulein

Bezauberndes Fräulein is a musical comedy in four scenes, similar in style to an operetta. Ralph Benatzky wrote both music and libretto, inspired by the French farce La petite chocolatière by Paul Gavault; the work premiered on 24 May 1933, in the Volkstheater in Austria. The cast does not require operatic voices, just singing actors; the required orchestra comprises piano, oboe, two clarinets, two trumpets, three saxophones, guitar and strings. Alternatively, the instrumental music has been arranged for two pianos; the piece is set in an unnamed German-speaking city in the early 1930s. In modern performances, it is set in the present. Setting: Living area in Paul's weekend house Slightly overstretched painter Felix and his favourite model Rosette are visiting the weekend house of their friend Paul, a high-ranking civil servant, they want to retire to sleep after their last hand of bridge, but Paul is full of anticipation for the coming day. For the first time, his boss has indicated he will visit on Sunday, as he now knows that his daughter Louise has secretly become engaged to Paul.

Louise's visit is anticipated. Felix and Rosette know Louise and find her rather boring, nothing special to look at, they therefore contemplate. In the middle of the night, a solution presents itself: the doorbell rings. Felix opens the door and is overcome by the beautiful form of the young lady standing in front of him, she is requesting help. While Paul reacts unhelpfully, Felix accompanies the "charming lady" to her car and acts as if to help, she is not interested and converses with her chauffeur, so he slashes the tyre and makes the flat tyre worse. Annette, the young lady, must be offered a bed for the night in Paul's house; the chauffeur sets out with Paul's housekeeper Julie on foot, to inform Annette's father what has happened. All others go to bed. Setting: Living area in Paul's weekend house A new day has started. Paul does everything he can to get rid of Annette, but the more he talks to her, the more attracted she seems to become to him, she wants to wait in peace until she is picked up by her father, the prosperous "Chocolate King".

When the doorbell rings, Paul hopes she will be gone. They are both outraged to find an unknown woman there in a negligee, leave the house within minutes. Paul is bemused, while Felix is quite satisfied with proceedings; this doesn't last, as the "Chocolate King" enters, but not alone, rather with Annette's fiancé Hektor in tow. Annette awaits accusations and blame, but Hektor appears quite relaxed — no word of reproach passes his lips. Now Annette is angry. Felix's plan appears to be working. Setting: Office in the Ministry Felix has arranged for Annette to visit Paul during his lunch break in his office. Paul, shy to a fault, doesn't know. Annette kisses Paul just as Paul's boss enters the room; the boss is furious, having depended on Paul as a right-hand man for many years and hoping to welcome him as a son-in-law. Paul realises. While just a moment before, he wasn't sure whether he should court Annette, now it is clear: Annette must be removed from his life. Setting: By a river While entertaining thoughts of the "charming lady", Paul is beset by an urge to throw himself into the river and end his life.

He notices a woman in a simple dress, the uniform of the Salvation Army, approaching him. As she nears him, he realises, his heart beats wildly. Annette offers. Paul takes her in his arms. Two men are watching, concealed: the "chocolate king" and Felix. Paul's Song "Ach Louise, kein Mädchen ist wie diese!" Felix' Couplet "Hokuspokus fidibus" Paul's Song "Was hast du schon davon, wenn ich dich liebe?" Annette and Paul, tango, "Sie kommen zum Tee!" Annette's father, Chauffeur, Annette "Bezauberndes Fräulein / Ja, was ist denn heute los mit mir?“ The musical comedy was filmed in 1953 under the direction of Georg Thomalla. The director played the male lead himself. Other cast members included Herta Staal, Gisela Fackeldey and Karl Schönböck. A 1977 TV film was directed by Erich Neureuther. Bezauberndes Fräulein Felix Bloch Erben CD information Bezauberndes Fräulein imdb 1953 Bezauberndes Fräulein imdb 1963 Bezauberndes Fräulein imdb 1977

Alfonso Cusi

Alfonso "Al" Gaba Cusi is a Filipino businessman and politician from Oriental Mindoro, Philippines. He is the 14th Secretary of Energy under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte, he is the Vice Chairman of PDP–Laban and served in the Arroyo Administration as head of government air and sea transportation agencies from 2001 to 2010. Cusi was born in the municipality of Roxas in the undivided island province of Mindoro, he was educated at the University of St. La Salle in Bacolod, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in 1972, he attended the University of the Philippines Cebu in Cebu City and received a Master of Business Administration in 1976. Cusi started his career in shipping, he joined the Aboitiz Shipping Company in 1973 as Assistant Comptroller. He worked his way up to become the company's and its subsidiaries' Credit Collection Manager, Purchasing Manager and Stevedorial Manager, Trucking Manager. By 1977, he was promoted as Assistant to the President, as Assistant Vice President in 1979, Vice President in 1983, General Manager and EVP in 1985.

He was Senior Vice President and Director before resigning from the company in 1990. Cusi ventured into his own shipping and distribution businesses, he founded the Starlite Ferries which offers roll-on/roll-off ferry service between his home province Mindoro and Batangas, as well as Aklan. He is the President and founder of Starlite Cargo Xpress, he entered the retail business with his own chain of convenience stores called Quick Stop. With his broad experience and knowledge in the shipping and transportation industry, he was invited to join government service in 2001 as General Manager of the Philippine Ports Authority during the first term of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo; as head of the port authority, he is credited with having introduced and developed seaport terminals throughout the country. He was the main project head of the Strong Republic Nautical Highway System of the Arroyo administration. In 2004, Cusi was assigned by Arroyo to lead the Manila International Airport Authority.

As an airport manager, he was responsible for opening the long-delayed Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 in 2008. Cusi assumed leadership of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines in March 2010. Among his contributions to the agency is regaining the Category 1 status of the Philippine aviation industry from the Federal Aviation Administration which allowed Philippine carriers to fly to the United States and Europe. Cusi returned to his private businesses, he served in the board of Intex Resources Philippines which has a nickel and cobalt mining project in his home province of Oriental Mindoro. He was involved in Double Concept Investments, Ltd. prior to his return to government service under President Rodrigo Duterte on June 30, 2016

Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park

Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park is the first and largest hi-tech park in Vietnam with total area of 1586 ha. Located in the area of Hanoi Capital, convenient for transportation to Noi Bai International Airport and Hai Phong deep Seaport, Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park will be developed as model of a science city with over 200,000 people working and living and consists of the following main functional zones: Research and Development Zone has area of 229 ha, surrounds the Software Park, it is a location for labs on hi-tech development and application. Software Park has total area of 76 ha, surrounded by Tan Xa lake; this Park is for businesses in software trading. There are two software companies located here, including FPT Software and Viettel Software, they are two biggest software companies of Vietnam. Hi-tech Industrial Zone has area of 5 ha, located in the South of Hoa Lac Hi-tech park, it is the place for customs clearance, bonded warehouse, etc.. Education and Training Zone has area of 108 ha, located in the North of hi-tech park near National Road No 21.

There are universities, training centers, vocational schools, etc. in order to provide high quality labor force. Central Area has area of 50 ha, located near Software Park; this is the location for public service facilities such as office building, conference center, post office and restaurant…etc... Service area has area of 87,5 ha, it is multifunction service that includes trading, supermarket, hotel, public health, welfare of the people…serving for all inside and outside demands of hi-tech park. Saigon Hi-Tech Park Danang Hi-tech Park Official site

I'm Taking Off

I'm Taking Off is the second solo album released by Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter. The album was released on his own record label, Kaotic INC; the album sold over 20,000 copies during first week in Japan alone. Following the conclusion of the recording of the Backstreet Boys studio album This Is Us, Carter entered the studio to record solo material for a possible second album. On November 28, 2010, a new song, "Just One Kiss", was unveiled to Japanese radio; the song became an immediate success, peaking at #12 on the Japan Hot 100. Thus, Carter compiled a series of tracks he had recorded, announced that his second studio album would be released on February 2, 2011, in Japan. On the week of release, the album sold 9,928 copies, peaking at #8, before dropping to #17 the following week, selling 4,103 copies. In its third week on the chart, it sold a further 3,100 copies, dropping to #30. A deluxe version of the album, with a bonus DVD, was made available on February 9; as such, Carter decide to release the album in the United States due its success in Japan.

The US release date was set for May 24, 2011. Carter announced that the single "Just One Kiss" would receive a US release on April 5; the US version of the album replaces the track "Jewel In Our Hearts" with a new track, entitled "Remember". The US version included a dance remix of the single "Just One Kiss". A deluxe version of the album, containing the contents of the Japanese Bonus DVD, was made available; the album peaked at #14 on the US Billboard Chart. Europe became the next region to receive a release. "Just One Kiss" was released on April 29, before the album received a release on June 2. The European version of the album does not include "Jewel In Our Hearts", "Remember" or the dance remix of "Just One Kiss", includes two further tracks - a new composition entitled "Coma", Carter's 2009 duet with Jennifer Paige, "Beautiful Lie"; the European version of the album comes packaged in a limited edition digipak, with postcard, full album booklet, four additional videos and further enhanced content.

Canada became the last country to receive a release. However, this time, a brand new song, "Love Can't Wait", was released as the album's lead single on June 21; the album was released on August 9. The Canadian version includes "Love Can't Wait" as a bonus track, but does not include "Jewel In Our Hearts", "Coma", "Remember", "Beautiful Lie" or the dance remix of "Just One Kiss"; the album peaked at # 2 on # 12 at Canadian Albums Chart. On November 15, 2011, a new version of the album was released digitally on iTunes worldwide, entitled Relaunched and Remixed, it includes a total of 16 remixes, comprising the tracks "I'm Taking Off", "So Far Away", "Love Can't Wait", "Not the Other Guy", "Just One Kiss" and "Falling Down". Credits for I'm Taking Off adapted from Allmusic