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FOW Tag Team Championship

The FOW Tag Team Championship was a professional wrestling tag team title in American independent promotion Future of Wrestling. The title was created when The Masked Assassins won the titles in Miami, Florida on May 20, 1998, it was defended throughout southern Florida, most in Davie, Oakland Park, Pembroke Pines and in Ft. Lauderdale and Miami, Florida. There have been a total of 33 recognized individual champions and 16 recognized teams, who have had a combined 24 official reigns. August 14, 2013 T. E. C. H squad win belts February 15, 2014 Alex/ Remis and Mark/ Reaper win tag belts from T. E. C. H via Island shot done by Alex Remis November 15, 2014 Former FOW tag champion Alex Remis vacated his title to Sénor Ronjay after he contracted aids. November 15, 2014 Tag team champion senor ronjay lost the title to alex remis via thumb war. December 4th, 2018 Alex Remis vacated his tag title due to foot surgery, Reaper vacated his title due to contracting AIDS from Señor RonJay. FOW Official Title History

Rhosneigr railway station

Rhosneigr railway station serves the village of Rhosneigr on the isle of Anglesey, off the coast of north Wales. The unstaffed station is managed by Transport for Wales, who operate all trains that serve it; the station was opened in May 1907, much than the other Anglesey stations on the North Wales Coast Line. It was closed between 1 January 1917 and 1 February 1919 as an economy measure during World War I. Unlike the other stations it has a goods yard; the station buildings were made of wood but in 1953 they were replaced by concrete structures. Of these, the structure on platform one remains whilst the one on platform two has been replaced by a metal and plastic bus stop-style shelter; the station master's house still is a private dwelling. There are no ticketing facilities of any kind here, so tickets must be bought prior to travel or on the train; the station does though have digital CIS displays to provide train running information, along with a pay phone and timetable poster boards. Although there is step-free access to each side, the paths to each platform are steep and not made up, so are unsuitable for wheelchair users.

There is a two-hourly weekday service in each direction from the station, plus a limited Sunday service. Most eastbound trains run to Wrexham General and Birmingham International, although a few services run to either Crewe or Cardiff. Trains stop on request. Mitchell, Vic. Bangor to Holyhead. West Sussex: Middleton Press. Figs. 50-53. ISBN 9781908174017. OCLC 795179106. Train times and station information for Rhosneigr railway station from National Rail

Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th is considered an unlucky day in Western superstition. It occurs when the 13th day of the month in the Gregorian calendar falls on a Friday, which happens at least once every year but can occur up to three times in the same year—for example, in 2015, the 13th fell on a Friday in February and November. 2017 through 2020 will all have two Friday the 13ths, the years 2021 and 2022 will have just one occurrence each. A Friday the 13th occurs during any month; the irrational fear of the number 13 has been given a scientific name: "triskaidekaphobia". The superstition surrounding this day may have arisen in the Middle Ages, "originating from the story of Jesus' last supper and crucifixion" in which there were 13 individuals present in the Upper Room on the 13th of Nisan Maundy Thursday, the night before his death on Good Friday. While there is evidence of both Friday and the number 13 being considered unlucky, there is no record of the two items being referred to as unlucky in conjunction before the 19th century.

An early documented reference in English occurs in Henry Sutherland Edwards' 1869 biography of Gioachino Rossini, who died on a Friday 13th: He was surrounded to the last by admiring friends. It is possible that the publication in 1907 of Thomas W. Lawson's popular novel Friday, the Thirteenth, contributed to disseminating the superstition. In the novel, an unscrupulous broker takes advantage of the superstition to create a Wall Street panic on a Friday the 13th. A suggested origin of the superstition—Friday, 13 October 1307, the date Philip IV of France arrested hundreds of the Knights Templar—may not have been formulated until the 20th century, it is mentioned in the 1955 Maurice Druon historical novel The Iron King, John J. Robinson's 1989 work Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry, Dan Brown's 2003 novel The Da Vinci Code and Steve Berry's The Templar Legacy. In Spanish-speaking countries, instead of Friday, Tuesday the 13th is considered a day of bad luck; the Greeks consider Tuesday an unlucky day.

Tuesday is considered dominated by the influence of the god of war. The fall of Constantinople to the Fourth Crusade occurred on Tuesday, April 13, 1204, the Fall of Constantinople to the Ottomans happened on Tuesday, 29 May 1453, events that strengthen the superstition about Tuesday. In addition, in Greek the name of the day is Triti meaning the third, adding weight to the superstition, since bad luck is said to "come in threes". Tuesday the 13th occurs in a month. In Italian popular culture, Friday the 17th is considered a day of bad luck; the origin of this belief could be traced in the writing of number 17, in Roman numerals: XVII. By shuffling the digits of the number one can get the word VIXI, an omen of bad luck. In fact, in Italy, 13 is considered a lucky number. However, due to Americanization, young people consider Friday the 13th unlucky as well; the 2000 parody film Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth was released in Italy with the title Shriek – Hai impegni per venerdì 17?.

Friday the 17th occurs on a month starting on Wednesday. According to the Stress Management Center and Phobia Institute in Asheville, North Carolina, an estimated 17 to 21 million people in the United States are affected by a fear of this day, making it the most feared day and date in history; some people are so paralyzed by fear that they avoid their normal routines in doing business, taking flights or getting out of bed. "It's been estimated that $800 or $900 million is lost in business on this day". Despite this, representatives for both Delta Air Lines and Continental Airlines have stated that their airlines do not suffer from any noticeable drop in travel on those Fridays. In Finland, a consortium of governmental and nongovernmental organizations led by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health promotes the National Accident Day to raise awareness about automotive safety, which always falls on a Friday the 13th; the event is coordinated by the Finnish Red Cross and has been held since 1995.

A study in the British Medical Journal, published in 1993, attracted some attention from popular science-literature, as it concluded that "'the risk of hospital admission as a result of a transport accident may be increased by as much as 52 percent' on the 13th". Subsequent studies have disproved any correlation between the rate of accidents. On the contrary, the Dutch Centre for Insurance Statistics on 12 June 2008 stated that "fewer accidents and reports of fire and theft occur when the 13th of the month falls on a Friday than on other Fridays, because people are preventatively more careful or just stay home. Statistically speaking, driving is safer on Friday the 13th, at least in the Netherlands. In years which begin on the same day of

History of Cameroon

The earliest inhabitants of Cameroon were the Baka. They still inhabit the forests of east provinces. Bantu speakers originating in the Cameroonian highlands were among the first groups to move out before other invaders; the Mandara kingdom in the Mandara Mountains was founded around 1500 and erected fortified structures, the purpose and exact history of which are still unresolved. The Aro Confederacy of Nigeria had a presence in Western Cameroon due to trade and migration in the 18th and 19th centuries. During the late 1770s and the early 19th century, the Fulani, an Islamic pastoral people of the western Sahel, conquered most of what is now northern Cameroon, subjugating or displacing its non-Muslim inhabitants. Although the Portuguese arrived on Cameroon's doorstep in the 16th century, malaria prevented significant European settlement and conquest of the interior until the late 1870s, when large supplies of the malaria suppressant quinine became available; the early European presence in Cameroon was devoted to coastal trade and the acquisition of slaves.

The northern part of the country was an important part of the Muslim slave trade network. The trade was suppressed by the mid-19th century. Christian missionaries established a presence in the late 19th century and continue to play a role in Cameroonian life. Further information: German Kamerun, French Cameroun, British CameroonsBeginning on July 5, 1884, all of present-day Cameroon and parts of several of its neighbours became a German colony, with a capital first at Buea and at Yaoundé. Germany was interested in Cameroon's agricultural potential and entrusted large firms with the task of exploiting and exporting it. Chancellor Bismarck defined the order of priorities as follows: "first the merchant the soldier", it was under the influence of a businessman Adolph Woermann, whose company set up a trading house in Douala, that Bismarck skeptical about the interest of the colonial project, was convinced. Large German trading companies and concession companies established themselves massively in the colony.

Letting the big companies impose their order, the administration supported them, protected them and tried to eliminate indigenous rebellions. The imperial German government made substantial investments in the infrastructure of Cameroon, including the extensive railways, such as the 160-metre single-span railway bridge on the southern branch of Sanaga River. However, the indigenous peoples proved reluctant to work on these projects, so the Germans instigated a harsh and unpopular system of forced labour. In fact, Jesko von Puttkamer was relieved of duty as governor of the colony due to his untoward actions toward the native Cameroonians. In 1911 at the Treaty of Fez after the Agadir Crisis, France ceded a nearly 300,000 km² portion of the territory of French Equatorial Africa to Kamerun which became Neukamerun, while Germany ceded a smaller area in the north in present-day Chad to France. In World War I, the British invaded Cameroon from Nigeria in 1914 in the Kamerun campaign, with the last German fort in the country surrendering in February 1916.

After the war, this colony was partitioned between the United Kingdom and France under June 28, 1919 League of Nations mandates. France gained the larger geographical share, transferred Neukamerun back to neighboring French colonies, ruled the rest from Yaoundé as Cameroun. Britain's territory, a strip bordering Nigeria from the sea to Lake Chad, with an equal population was ruled from Lagos as Cameroons. German administrators were allowed to once again run the plantations of the southwestern coastal area. A British parliamentary publication, Report on the British Sphere of the Cameroons, reported that the German plantations there were "as a whole... wonderful examples of industry, based on solid scientific knowledge. The natives have come to realize what can be achieved by industry. Large numbers who return to their villages take up cocoa or other cultivation on their own account, thus increasing the general prosperity of the country." The French administration, reluctant to return their pre-war possessions to German companies, reassigned some of them to French companies.

This was the case for the Société financière des caoutchoucs, which obtained plantations put into operation during the German period and became the largest company in Cameroon under French mandate. Roads were being built to link the main cities together, as well as various infrastructure such as bridges and airports; the Douala-Yaoundé railway line, begun under the German regime, had been completed. Thousands of workers were forcibly deported to this site to work fifty-four hours a week. Workers suffered from lack of food and the massive presence of mosquitoes. In 1925, the mortality rate on the site was 61.7%. However, the other sites were not as deadly, although working conditions were very harsh. French Cameroon joined the Free France in August 1940; the system established by Free France was similar to a military dictatorship. Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque established a state of siege throughout the country and abolished all public freedom; the objective was to neutralize any potential feelings of independence or sympathy for the former German colonizer.

Indigenous people known for their Germanophilia were executed in public places. In 1945, the country was placed under the supervision of the United Nations. Despite this, in 1946 it became an "associated territory" of the French Union. In 1948, the Union des populations du Cameroun, a nationalist mov

Ric Wake

Ric Wake is an Anglo-American record producer who has won four Grammy Awards and two Oscar Awards. During his tenure as staff producer with Sony Music Entertainment he has worked with vocalists such as Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Taylor Dayne, Mariah Carey, Jessica Simpson, Barry Manilow, Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez, he has worked with Greek composer Yanni to help produce Yanni Voices. Brie Larson - "Life After You" Monica - “Just Another GirlDiana Ross Mariah Carey Taylor Dayne - "Tell It to My Heart", "Don't Rush Me", "With Every Beat of My Heart", "Love Will Lead You Back" Go West Anastacia Celine Dion Jennifer Rush Sheena Easton Kathy Troccoli - "Pure Attraction" Jennifer Lopez Jessica Simpson - "Sweetest Sin" Barry Manilow Jon Secada Anna Vissi Clay Aiken Thalía Paulina Rubio Lucero "Mi Destino" and "Indispensable" TNT "Realized Fantasies" David Bisbal Mýa Marc Anthony Dixie Chicks Whitney Houston Lou Reed Coco Lee - Exposed and Just No Other Way Delta Goodrem- "Born To Try Yanni Voices Blue Zone Inspirato Play Dream Ric Wake on IMDb Ric Wake on

Accounting equation

The fundamental accounting equation called the balance sheet equation, represents the relationship between the assets and owner's equity of a person or business. It is the foundation for the double-entry bookkeeping system. For each transaction, the total debits equal the total credits, it can be expressed as furthermore: Assets = Liabilities + Equity A = L + E Assets = Stockholder Equity + Liabilities a = o e + l In a corporation, capital represents the stockholders' equity. Since every business transaction affects at least two of a company's accounts, the accounting equation will always be “in balance,” meaning the left side should always equal the right side. Thus, the accounting formula shows that what the firm owns is purchased by either what it owes or by what its owners invest; the formula can be rewritten: Assets - Liabilities = Now it shows owners' equity is equal to property minus debts. Since in a corporation owners are shareholders, owner's equity is called shareholders' equity; every accounting transaction affects at least one element of the equation, but always balances.

Simple transactions include: These are some simple examples, but the most complicated transactions can be recorded in a similar way. This equation is behind debits and journal entries; this equation is part of the transaction analysis model, for which we write Owner's equity = Contributed Capital + Retained EarningsRetained Earnings = Net Income − Dividendsand Net Income = Income − ExpensesThe equation resulting from making these substitutions in the accounting equation may be referred to as the expanded accounting equation, because it yields the breakdown of the equity component of the equation. Assets = Liabilities + Contributed Capital + Revenue - Expenses - Dividends The accounting equation is fundamental to the double-entry bookkeeping practice, its applications in accountancy and economics are thus diverse. A company's quarterly and annual reports are derived directly from the accounting equations used in bookkeeping practices; these equations, entered in a business's general ledger, will provide the material that makes up the foundation of a business's financial statements.

This includes expense reports, cash flow and loan payments and company investments. The accounting equation plays a significant role as the foundation of the double entry bookkeeping system; the primary aim of the double entry system is to keep track of debits and credits, ensure that the sum of these always matches up to the company assets, a calculation carried out by the accounting equation. It is based on the idea, it is used to transfer totals from books of prime entry into the nominal ledger. Every transaction is recorded twice so; the income and retained earnings of the accounting equation is an essential component in computing and analyzing a firm's income statement. This statement reflects profits and losses that are themselves determined by the calculations that make up the basic accounting equation. In other words, this equation allows businesses to determine revenue as well as prepare a statement of retained earnings; this allows them to predict future profit trends and adjust business practices accordingly.

Thus, the accounting equation is an essential step in determining company profitability. Since the balance sheet is founded on the principles of the accounting equation, this equation can be said to be responsible for estimating the net worth of an entire company; the fundamental components of the accounting equation include the calculation of both company holdings and company debts. However, due to the fact that accounting is kept on a historical basis, the equity is not the net worth of the organization. A company may depreciate capital assets in 5–7 years, meaning that the assets will show on the books as less than their "real" value, or what they would be worth on the secondary market. Due to its role in determining a firm's net worth, the accounting equation is an important tool for investors looking to measure a company's holdings and debts at any particular time, frequent calculations can indicate how steady or erratic a business's financial dealings might be; this provides valuable information to creditors or banks that might be considering a loan application or investment in the company