Exit Wounds is a 2001 American action film directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak, starring Steven Seagal and DMX. The film is based on the book of the same name by John Westermann; the book takes place on Long Island. Steven Seagal plays Orin Boyd, a police detective notorious for pushing the limits of the law in his quest for justice, it is the second of three films directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak and produced by Joel Silver that focus on martial arts based action in an urban setting with a hip-hop soundtrack and featuring many of the same cast. The film received negative reviews from critics, it earned $19 million in its opening weekend, went on to gross a worldwide total of $79.9 million against a budget of $33 million. Detroit Police Department's detective Orin Boyd is a cop in Detroit's 21st precinct, who saves the Vice President of the United States from a right-wing Michigan militant group trying to kill him; as Boyd saved the Vice President's life via disobeying orders and killing all the militants, captain Frank Daniels transfers Boyd to the 15th precinct — Detroit's worst precinct.
Boyd's new captain, former internal affairs officer Annette Mulcahy, knows of his reputation, she tells him that she will not tolerate it. Annette sends Boyd to an anger management class where he meets Henry Wayne, the high-strung host of a local talk show called Detroit AM. Boyd comes across local drug dealer Latrell Walker and his fast-talking sidekick T. K. Johnson doing a shady deal with a man named Matt Montini. After a brief fight, Boyd discovers that Montini has been working undercover trying to nail Walker and Boyd ruined the sting, that does not sit well with Montini's musclebound partner Useldinger. Sergeant Lewis Strutt steps in to cool things down. After Boyd stumbles upon the theft of $5,000,000 worth of heroin from evidence storage and new partner George Clark begin focusing their efforts on Walker and T. K. Intrigued by what little they have on Walker, they investigate why he has been visiting Shaun Rollins. Henry discovers is. Walker is a computer expert and billionaire whose real name is Leon Rollins — he is Shaun Rollins' brother.
Boyd confronts Leon, who explains that a group of corrupt cops needed a fall guy for a deal gone bad and pinned it on Shaun. It is further revealed that Strutt is the leader of the group, which includes Montini and Useldinger. Leon and his friend Trish have been videotaping the activities of Strutt's gang, hoping that it might help prove Shaun's innocence and get him out of jail. Boyd meets Mulcahy at a parking lot. Montini and some other men try to kill Boyd and Annette. Mulcahy is killed in the chase and Boyd escapes. Boyd calls Frank and tells him that Strutt will be having a meeting at a warehouse in about an hour, to sell the heroin, stolen. Strutt plans to try to sell it to T. K. not knowing that Leon is working against him. Frank promises. Boyd and Daniels show up. Boyd realizes that it is Frank, behind everything. Clark blows barges in with backup, including police chief Hinges. Useldinger shoots Boyd and as he is about to shoot him again, George shoots Useldinger dead. Chief Hinges kills Frank by shooting him four times with a shotgun.
After a fight with Boyd, Strutt grabs a case full of money and runs up to the roof, where a helicopter is waiting. Montini gets the upper hand in his fight with Leon after he damages Leon's vision with cement powder. Leon manages to stab Montini in the leg with a piece of broken glass, before killing him by having his neck impaled on a clothes rack; as the helicopter ladder is dragging Boyd across the roof with Strutt hanging on to the ladder, Strutt falls and is impaled on a metal pipe. At dawn, Leon gives Hinges the videotape that proves the corruption, hoping that the tape will help prove Shaun's innocence. Hinges does not believe the courts will care about the tape, so Hinges had Shaun released from county about an hour before. Boyd decides to stay with the 15th precinct with George as his partner, T. K. becomes Henry's television co-host. The film is based on the book of the same name by John Westermann; the book is set in Long Island, New York. Steven Seagal plays Orin Boyd, a police detective notorious for pushing the limits of the law in his quest for justice.
Seagal signed on to the film under a pay-or-play deal. Filmed took place in Ontario; the film reunites actors DMX, Isaiah Washington, Anthony Anderson with Polish film director Andrzej Bartkowiak, with whom they first worked together on the earlier 2000 film Romeo Must Die. It is the second of three films directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak and produced by Joel Silver that focus on martial arts based action in an urban setting with a hip-hop soundtrack and featuring many of the same cast. Two years they collaborated again on the film Cradle 2 the Grave. Stuntman Chris Lamon died of head injuries on August 23, 2000, six days after a stunt went wrong on the Exit Wounds set in Hamilton, Ontario. A van was being towed along a street upside-down as part of a chase scene. Another stuntman suffered a concussion in the same incident. Exit Wounds debuted at number one at the box office, grossing $19 million at North American theaters fr
Saint-Cyr-l'École is a commune in the western suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 21.4 km from the center of Paris. It used to host the training school for officers of the French army, the École Spéciale Militaire de Saint-Cyr, relocated to Coëtquidan in 1945; the old buildings of the ESM are now used by the lycée militaire de Saint-Cyr. Inhabitants are called Saint-Cyriens. Saint-Cyr lies in the arrondissement of Versailles, west of the Park of Versailles, it is named after St. Cyricus. King Louis XIV of France, at the request of Madame de Maintenon, founded Maison royale de Saint-Louis, an institute for poor young ladies, it became a military hospital. Napoleon I founded the military academy for infantry and cavalry officers in 1808; the tomb of Madame de Maintenon lies in the Chapel. Butzbach, Germany – since 2008 Bonnyrigg & Lasswade, Scotland Saint-Cyr-l'École is served by Saint-Cyr station, an interchange station on Paris RER line C, on the Transilien La Défense suburban rail line, on the Transilien Paris – Montparnasse suburban rail line.
Saint-Cyr-l'Ecole airfield lies on the edge of the commune. It is used by light aircraft flown by members of aero clubs, it is operated for public use by Aeroports de Paris. Schools in the city include:Preschools: Robert Desnos Victor Hugo Léon Jouannet Paul Langevin Jean Macé Henri WallonElementary schools: Ernest Bizet Jean Jaurès Irène Joliot-Curie Romain RollandThere is one junior high school, Collège Jean Racine. Senior high schools/sixth form colleges: Lycée Mansart Lycée professionnel Jean Perrin Lycée militaire de Saint-CyrBibliothèque Albert Camus, which opened on 14 November 2013, is the community library; the Centre aquatique de St-Cyr has the swimming facilities in the town. Armand Laroche, painter Communes of the Yvelines department INSEE Bryant, Mark. "Partner and Minister: Mme de Maintenon of France, Clandestine Consort, 1680-1715". In Campbell Orr, Clarissa. Queenship in Europe 1660-1815: The Role of the Consort. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 77–106. ISBN 0-521-81422-7. Saint-Cyr-l'École
Karl Friedrich Cerf was a German theatrical manager. Cerf was born Jewish but embraced Christianity when young, he had to support his father's family. After having been engaged for many years in the horse trade at Dessau, he rose to the post of chief military agent, in this capacity took part in the campaign of 1813-15, under Count Peter Wittgenstein, general of the Imperial Russian army; the courage and fidelity displayed by Cerf won for him the favor of Emperor Alexander I, who conferred on him a gold medal. Cerf settled at Berlin, in 1822 obtained from Friedrich Wilhelm III a perpetual grant for the erection of the Königsstädtisches Theater; the theater opened on August 1824 in the street Alexanderstraße. It was devoted to Italian opera. Cerf managed it until his death, his son Rudolf Cerf was a Berlin theater owner and manager, inheriting the theater concession from his father. On October 12, 1852 he opened the Neues Königstädtisches Theater. In 1855 he opened the Königstädtisches Vaudeville-Theater.
This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Isidore Singer and Isaac Broydé. "Cerf, Karl Friedrich". In Singer, Isidore; the Jewish Encyclopedia. New York: Funk & Wagnalls. Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, iv. 89 J. F. A. de Le Roi, Geschichte der Evangelischen Juden-Mission, p. 249 The Königsstädtisches Theater at the German Wikipedia The Neues Königstädtisches Theater with a photo Karl Friedrich Cerf on Messianic Judaism Wiki
The Global Game Jam is an annual distributed game jam. Inspired by the Nordic Game Jam, created by Susan Gold, Ian Schreiber, Gorm Lai and Foaad Khosmood developed under the International Game Developers Association Education SIG to bring together the elements of creativity and experimentation. At each site, participants gather to develop ideas, form small groups, create new, innovative games, present them to their peers and the global community, all in a limited time span; as of 2013, GGJ is managed by Global Game Jam Incorporated.. Current and past board directors include Lindsay Grace and Zuraida Buter. In January 2019, GGJ generated teams in 860 sites in 113 countries, who over the course of one weekend created 9,010 games; the Global Game Jam carries a registered trademark. Participants in the Global Game Jam are in various fields. Everyone from professional game developers to educators to artists and designers is welcome to participate. Once the jam begins, participants come up with game ideas, before pitching those ideas to each other and forming teams to work together on a project.
Groups wishing to host a jam site must fulfill certain requirements. Their location must have Internet access for everyone involved, access to development resources such as an IDE preinstalled at the location, an event coordinator and nearby food access, if possible, round-the-clock availability of the location, security for belongings. At each site, the Global Game Jam runs continuously for 48 hours in each time zone, beginning at 5:00 PM on the start date, ending at 5:00 PM two days later; the recommended schedule includes a short planning and team creation period, followed by development time until 3:00 PM on the final day. The last few hours are set aside for teams to present their creation to each other. However, sites are not required to follow this schedule. At the beginning of the event participants are given a theme, such as “Extinction” in the 2011 Jam. Participants are asked to create a game. Additionally, participants are given a list of “achievements” referred to as diversifiers; these are designed to drive creative development by adding a unique or limiting factor to their game’s design.
The first Global Game Jam was held from January 30 – February 1, 2009, at 53 locations across the globe. During the jam, 1650 participants created 370 games; the second Jam expanded further in 2010, increasing to 138 sites and resulting in 900 games made by 4300 creators. The 2011 Game Jam, which ran January 28–30, gathered 6500 participants at 169 sites who created over 1500 games total; the 2012 Game Jam ran January 27–29 with over 10,684 participants in 242 locations. 2209 games were created. According to a March 2 press release, the Global Game Jam is recognized as the largest in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records; the 2013 Game Jam was held January 25-27 with 16,705 participants in 319 locations. 3248 games were created. The 2014 GGJ was held January 24–26 with 23,198 participants in 488 locations. 4290 games were created. The 2015 GGJ took place from 23 to 25 January with 28,837 participants in 518 registered jam sites in 518 locations. 5438 games were created. The 2016 GGJ was held January 29-31 with over 36,164 participants in 93 countries.
The 2017 GGJ was held January 20-22 with over 36,401 participants in 95 countries. The 2018 GGJ was held January 26-28 with 42,811 participants in 108 countries. 8,606 games were made at 803 locations. The 2019 GGJ was held January 25-27 with 47,009 participants in 113 countries. 9,010 games were made at 860 locations. 2009 - "As long as we have each other, we will never run out of problems" 2010 - "Deception" 2011 - "Extinction" 2012 - An image of Ouroboros. 2013 - Sound of a Heartbeat 2014 - "We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are." 2015 - "What do we do now?" 2016 - "Ritual" 2017 - "Waves" 2018 - "Transmission" 2019 - "What home means to you" 2020 - "Repair" All games produced are created under the Creative Commons Non Commercial Share Alike 3.0 free license, while they remain the intellectual property of their creators, the Global Game Jam retains the ability to use any game as promotional material. As a part of this and as part of the license, every game is archived, along with source code for many digital games, on Global Game Jam’s website.
Patlolla Indra Reddy was a four-term member of Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly, former Home Minister of Andhra Pradesh state and founder of Jai Telangana Party. Born on 4 October 1954 at Kowkuntla village in Chevella Mandal to a poor farming family, Reddy studied MA and LLB in Osmania University, he was the elected Law College Student Union President. Indra Reddy was arrested during the emergency for 18 months. After his release he was elected as sarpanch of his village before he joined the TDP in 1985. Reddy was elected to the State Assembly four times, he was first elected on a Telugu Desam Party ticket in 1985 and served as a minister for education and a minister for labour and employment in the N T Rama Rao Cabinet. He was re-elected on a TDP ticket in 1989 and 1994, he was minister for home and fire services in the NTR cabinet of 1994–95. During the August 1995 crisis in the TDP, when N T Rama Rao was toppled by his son-in-law N Chandrababu Naidu in a party and family coup, Indra Reddy remained with NTR.
After NTR's death in January 1996, Reddy joined Lakshmi Parvathi's party but soon fell out with her and joined the Congress. He was re-elected to the assembly in the September 1999 poll on a Congress ticket. Indra Reddy was instrumental in reigniting the separate Telangana movement before K. Chandrasekhar Rao, he floated a political party called the "Jai Telangana Party" in the pursuit of a separate state of Telangana. This party was merged into the Congress party on the promise of its support for a Telangana state. Indra Reddy to date is fondly recollected in the Telangana region, he died in a road accident. According to the police, the accident occurred at Palmakuru village near Shamshabad between 0030 and 0100 hrs when the car carrying Reddy rammed into a stationary lorry. Reddy, 46, was accompanied by the Rangareddy District Congress Committee president, two gunmen and the driver. Reddy was returning from his native place -- Chevella – after attending a marriage, he was succeeded by three sons.
His wife Mrs. Sabitha Indra Reddy was elected as MLA and she was a minister in Congress Government
Stoneyburn is a village in West Lothian, Scotland. Nearby towns include Bathgate, Whitburn and Blackburn. Stoneyburn is situated in the Central Belt of Scotland, some 4 miles from Bathgate in the north and 5 from Livingston in the east. At 25 miles from the centre of Scotland's two major cities and Edinburgh, the village is situated 2 miles away from junction 4 of the M8, Scotland's main motorway. Despite this, it is situated in a semi-rural area, surrounded by dairy fields. Around three thousand people inhabit the village, around 1.5 miles in length, clustered around the B7015 to Fauldhouse and Livingston. Traditionally, the village is divided between Stoneyburn proper and Bents, the latter in the days of railway travel being the location of the railway station. Stoneyburn is home to a bowling club, junior football team Stoneyburn F. C. two primary schools. There is a Roman Catholic church and a Church of Scotland as well as a Pentecostal Church in the village; the village has local shops including a Cafe, post office and convenience shops.
There is a Community Centre and a Health Centre within the village. The Scots language is evident in its use in Staneyburn; the public house in the village is the Ewington Hotel. The Bentswood Inn closed in January 2017. Canmore - Stoneyburn, Stoneyburn House site record Canmore - Stoneyburn, Main Street, Stoneyburn Parish Church site record