The Federal Capital Territory known as FCT, is a federal territory in central Nigeria. Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria, is located in this territory. FCT was formed in 1976 from parts of the states of old Kwara, Niger and Plateau States with the bulk of landmass carved out of Niger State, it is within the Middle Belt region of the country. Unlike the States of Nigeria, which are headed by elected Governors, it is administered by the Federal Capital Territory Administration, headed by a minister appointed by the President; the Federal Capital Territory known as FCT was created upon the promulgation of decree number 6 of 1976. It came into existence due to a need to find a replacement for the capital city of Lagos which had become congested and had little space for expansion; the area chosen as the new capital was principally Gwariland with high concentrations of Muslims and Christians and high degree of neutrality from the dominant ethnic groups. Decree 6 of 1976, gave the federal government rights over land within the territory.
The population density prior to the takeover by the government was sparse with a population of 120,000 residents living in 840 villages and of Gwari heritage. Inhabitants were relocated nearby towns like Suleja in Niger state and New Karshi in Nasarawa State on the outskirts of the territory; the territory is located just north of the confluence of the Niger Benue River. It is bordered by the states of Niger to the West and North, Kaduna to the northeast, Nasarawa to the east and south and Kogi to the southwest. Lying between latitude 8.25 and 9.20 north of the equator and longitude 6.45 and 7.39 east of Greenwich Meridian, Abuja is geographically located in the center of the country. The Federal Capital Territory has a landmass of 7,315 km2, it is situated within the Savannah region with moderate climatic conditions. Minerals found in the FCT include marble, clay and tantalite; the hills of the FCT provide home to many bushbuck, forest Black duiker, bush pig and red-flanked duiker. Found in FCT woodland are leopard, roan antelope, Western hartebeest, warthog, grey duiker, dog-faced baboon, patas monkey and green monkey.
While the Federal Capital Territory Administration administers the whole of the Federal Capital Territory, the Federal Capital Development Authority manages the construction and infrastructure development of the region. The capital city Abuja is located inside the wider Abuja Municipal Area Council; the territory is made up of six area councils, namely: Languages of the Federal Capital Territory listed by LGA: Ija-Zuba and Nupe are spoken in the Federal Capital Territory. Official website
Caldwell Tanks is a large held company that designs and builds tanks for the water, grain and energy industries. Caldwell is the largest elevated tank company in the world. Caldwell has 500 total employees with 206 employees in Louisville at its 20-acre headquarters campus. Caldwell has two major facilities: fabrication facilities in Louisville and Newnan, Georgia. Caldwell Tanks - Constructs customized elevated and ground level potable water storage tanks Industrial API Tanks and ASME Vessels - Industrial field-erected projects in industries such as oil, gas and chemical. Caldwell Energy - Established in 1995, Caldwell Energy provides Turbine Inlet Air-Cooling systems Caldwell Tanks was founded in 1887 by William E. Caldwell; the company was known as W. E. Caldwell Co; the firm remained in the Caldwell family until 1986. Robinson appointed Bernard S. Fineman, to be president of Caldwell; the W. E. Caldwell Company headquarters was located on what is now part of the campus of the University of Louisville.
The university's Red Barn multi-purpose activities facility is a remaining building of the original Caldwell Tanks complex. The university purchased the facility from Caldwell in 1969. In April 2011, Caldwell Tanks completed a 16,000-square-foot expansion of its headquarters in Louisville; the expanded space doubled the office space at its Louisville headquarters, adding additional offices, conference rooms, file-storage rooms. Caldwell announced plans for a 24,000-square-foot addition to its 180,000-square-foot production facility. Earful Tower - Caldwell's most recognized installation is the Earful Tower, located at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park; the tank won the Tank of the Year award in 1987 from the Steel Plate Fabricators Association. Solana Generating Station - Caldwell was awarded the contract to build 12 molten salt thermal energy storage tanks for the first large-scale solar plant in the United States capable of storing energy. Western Kentucky University water tower - In Fall 2004, Caldwell completed the new 2.5-million-US-gallon water tank on the Western Kentucky campus.
The 156-foot landmark tank features WKU's mascot Big Red, it was constructed at a cost of $1,662,000. Victory Junction Gang Camp - Caldwell completed a 140-foot tall, 150,000-US-gallon capacity hot air balloon styled tank for Kyle and Pattie Petty's Victory Junction Gang Camp. St. Charles County, Missouri Water District 2 - Caldwell was awarded the 2005 Steel Tank of the Year Award by the Steel Tank Institute / Steel Plate Fabricators Association for an elevated tank completed in December 2005; the 180-foot tall tank has a capacity of 3,000,000 US gallons of water. South Carolina Electric & Gas Company - Caldwell Energy installed the world's largest central chilled plant dedicated to combustion turbine inlet air cooling at the Jasper Power Plant in Hardeeville, South Carolina Collinsville, Illinois - Caldwell completed the "World's Largest Ketchup Bottle" water tower for the G. S. Suppiger catsup bottling plant in 1949. Brown-Forman Distillery - Caldwell completed the Louisville distillery's Old Forester whiskey bottle tank in 1936.
The Bottle District - Caldwell constructed the giant Vess bottle in St. Louis, Missouri in 1953. Caldwell's Newnan, Georgia facilities have been used as a filming location for films and television series. Portions of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 were filmed on the Caldwell Tanks property in December 2013 to January 2014. Portions of the AMC television series The Walking Dead have been filmed at Caldwell's facilities in Newnan. Brooks Catsup Bottle Water Tower
My Babysitter's a Vampire is a Canadian comedy horror television movie starring Vanessa Morgan and Matthew Knight. The film's plot centers on a group of teenagers, one of them a vampire unwittingly hired by a couple to babysit their daughter in lieu of their somewhat untrustworthy son, their efforts to foil a plot to resurrect a cult group of dead vampires; the movie aired on October 2010, on the Canadian television channel Teletoon. The French version of the film aired on Teletoon's French-Canadian counterpart, Télétoon, on October 16, 2010, it premiered in the United States on Disney Channel June 10, 2011. Ethan Morgan is a geeky freshman, not trusted by his parents to stay home alone with his little sister Jane, they hire Erica, a girl from Ethan's high school, a huge fan of Dusk, as a babysitter. However, Erica comes across her best friend Sarah and Jesse, Sarah's vampire ex-boyfriend, on the night she is to babysit, decides to attend a party that Jesse is throwing instead. During a fight between Sarah and Jesse, Sarah ends up at Ethan's house and tells Ethan's parents that she was asked to babysit instead.
Ethan has a vision when touching Sarah, notices she has no reflection in the mirror, leaving him suspicious of her. He confides this in Benny. Sarah leaves to get Erica back from the party. Curious, the boys have Benny's grandmother watch over Jane, they realize she is a vampire. Sarah explains that she is only a fledgling, a vampire who has not drunk human blood; the three of them return home. The vampire is subdued by Sarah, they head to the vampire party to save Erica and their dimwitted friend, Rory. However, Erica has been bitten by Gord and bites Rory. Ethan and Sarah battle the vampires and escape; the next day, now a full vampire after drinking human blood, informs Ethan and Benny that Jesse's gang are going to church, so Ethan and Sarah follow them. Ethan has a vision in which he sees a gravestone, whose dates unscramble to the number 219, a mysterious box, uncovered by the vampires; the box is called the Cubile Animus or "Nest of Souls". Ethan and Sarah figure out Jesse's full plan from an old book, learning that in the original settlement of the town, there was a person who went by the name and title of Reverend Horace Black, who led an evil cabal of vampires.
During a lunar eclipse, the townspeople burned leading to all' 219' of their deaths. In another vision, Ethan sees that Jesse is, in fact, Horace Black, plans to use the box to trap the souls of teens going to see the premiere of the new Dusk movie so he can resurrect the souls of his ancient group during the lunar eclipse occurring on the same night. Benny's grandmother, who reveals that she is an Earth Priestess, gives Ethan and Sarah enchanted daggers and a spellbook to defeat the vampires, she explains that Ethan sees visions because he is a Seer, which enables him to see visions through touch, that Benny is a spellmaster, allowing him to cast spells. At the theater, the vampires begin to steal the souls of the teens, but are thwarted by Ethan and Sarah. Jesse escapes, with Benny in pursuit. In another vision, Ethan sees the tree he saw inside the old book, realizing it's the tree in his backyard, where they find Jesse; as the eclipse begins, Jesse attempts to hold Ethan and Benny down and resurrect the souls he obtained from the Cubile Animus, but Sarah intervenes.
When the box lands in Ethan's hands, he releases the vengeful souls that were captured, which destroy Jesse and return to their bodies. The next day, Ethan and Sarah head to school, meeting Erica and Rory, who have decided to live peacefully as vampires. Matthew Knight – Ethan Vanessa Morgan – Sarah Atticus Mitchell – Benny Cameron Kennedy – Rory Kate Todd – Erica Joe Dinicol – Jesse Ella Jonas Farlinger – Jane Ari Cohen – Ethan's Dad Laura DeCarteret – Ethan's Mom Hrant Alianak – Principal Hicks Joan Gregson – Grandma Cassie Steele – Rochelle Jamie Johnston – James A television series based on the film has been produced, it was created by creators of 6teen and Total Drama. The first four episodes of the series aired on Teletoon from March 14, 2011, to March 17, 2011 and on Télétoon from February 28, 2011, to March 3, 2011; the series formally premiered in Canada on January 2011, on both channels. The series premiered on Disney Channel on June 27, 2011, in the United States, the channel aired all the episodes of the first season in the US before they premiered in Canada.
The first season premiered in Canada on January 5, 2012. It was produced by Fresh TV. Season 2 of the show has been greenlit by Fresh TV, was revealed by Vanessa Morgan on her official, personal Twitter. Filming began on September 21, 2011, to November 17, 2011; the same day filming ended, Disney Channel announced. The second season first premiered on Disney Channel in the US on June 29, 2012, it made its premiere on Teletoon in Canada on September 6, 2012. The series is on hiatus as of April 2013, but a second movie is being planned, it holds a 74% audience approval in Rotten Tomatoes. The Movie has a 6.4 rating on IMDB. Pretty Famous gave it a smart rating of 82. On its original airing on June 10, 2011, on Disney Channel in the United States, the TV film pulled 4.18 million total viewers and 0.6 rating in the age 18-49 demographic, ranking in seventh place in that age demographic but leading that night in top total viewers. The movie premiered on Teletoon on October 9, 2010
A shrink tunnel or heat tunnel is a heated tunnel mounted over or around a conveyor system. Items have shrink film loosely applied. Shrink labels. Combining small items for sale and display. Tamper resistant or Tamper-evident bands or seals. Form large unit loads for transport. Form primary barrier on foods such as cheese and fish. Skin packs. Several types of shrink tunnels are available; the heat source can be based on infrared heater, steam, or gas flame. Forced air is used to improve convection, sometimes focusing the heat on one component of the item. Tunnels are available without a conveyor system; some are built into a production line or are integral with machinery that applies the shrink film. Others are movable by castors. A shrink tunnel, referred to as an oven, may be equipped with an integrated conveyor of two different kinds: the roller conveyor or the belt conveyor. Roller conveyors can be used with polyolefin, PVC, shrink polyethylene films; the space in between the rollers is filled with hot air from the bottom of the tunnel to shrink the film layer around the object, creating a sealed package.
When used with polyolefin and PVC based films the rollers are called "live" or spinning. When used with polyethylene films the rollers are called "dead" or not spinning; the tunnels with Teflon mesh belts and polymer mesh belts are used for smaller packages, or when the package may have an instability and need a stable platform. Some heat shrink. Heat gun Soroka, W, "Fundamentals of Packaging Technology", IoPP, 2002, ISBN 1-930268-25-4 Yam, K. L. "Encyclopedia of Packaging Technology", John Wiley & Sons, 2009, ISBN 978-0-470-08704-6 More information about shrink tunnels
Anthony Wayne Osborne was an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, "Tough" Tony Borne. Osborne was an amateur wrestler in the United States Navy. Promoter Al Haft first convinced him to try professional wrestling, his initial trainers were Karl Pojello. Pojello convinced Osborne to shorten his ring name to Borne. In the 1950s, he wrestled in Texas and Pacific Northwest territories, becoming a mainstay in the NWA Pacific Northwest under promoter Don Owen. in 1953, he had a stint in Mexico, where he wrestled the Blue Demon. Throughout his career he wrestled for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship against Pat O'Connor, Gene Kiniski and Lou Thesz. In the early 1960s in the Omaha territory for promoter Joe Dusek, Osborne had matches with AWA World Heavyweight Champion Verne Gagne, he influenced up-and-coming wrestlers who spent time in the Pacific Northwest such as Roddy Piper, Rick Martel, Buddy Rose, Rip Oliver, Lonnie Mayne and Billy Jack Haynes. After his son Matt became a professional wrestler, the duo worked as a tag team.
Osborne was the father of late professional wrestler Matt Osborne. After retiring from professional wrestling, Osborne prospered in real estate. A pacemaker was inserted in his heart in August 2010, but he died at his home on August 27 of that year. Cauliflower Alley Club Other honoree NWA All-Star Wrestling NWA Canadian Tag Team Championship – with John Tolos NWA World Tag Team Championship – with John Tolos Pacific Northwest Wrestling NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Championship NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Championship – with Ed Francis, Shag Thomas, Pat Patterson, Jay York, Professor Hiro, Mr. Fuji, Moondog Mayne, Tony Marino and The Skull Ring Around The Northwest Newsletter Wrestler of the Year Tag Team of the Year with Lonnie Mayne Southwest Sports/World Class Championship Wrestling NWA Brass Knuckles Championship NWA Texas Tag Team Championship – with Danny McShain and Don Manoukian NWA World Tag Team Championship - with Ivan the Terrible Superstar Championship Wrestling SCW Western States Tag Team Championship - with Moondog Mayne
The World of Warcraft Trading Card Game was a collectible card game based on Blizzard Entertainment's MMORPG, World of Warcraft. The game was announced by Upper Deck Entertainment on August 18, 2005 and released on October 25, 2006. Players can fight against each other one-on-one, or can join others in order to defeat dungeon/raid bosses based on those in the MMORPG. In March 2010, Upper Deck Entertainment lost the license from Blizzard Entertainment; the license was acquired by Cryptozoic Entertainment in the month, with the company announcing that planned card sets would be released. On August 23, 2013, Blizzard Entertainment announced that the TCG would be discontinued, that they would not be renewing the game's license. In March 2014, Blizzard released Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, an online collectible card game featuring many of the same characters and artwork; each player uses a hero card and a deck consisting of allies and other supporting cards, such as weapons, armor and quests. Many cards include a trait icon.
Some booster packs contain legendary rares, or loot cards which contain a scratch-off code. This code can be redeemed in the online game for a virtual prize; the prizes include special tabards, gimmick items, non-combat pets, mounts. During play, players start with a single hero. Once per turn, players can play any card from their hand as a resource, which enables the payment of additional cards to augment the hero's powers or add additional members to his or her party. Once brought into play by paying the appropriate cost, all cards remain until destroyed or removed from play; as in games such as Magic: The Gathering, the goal is to reduce the remaining health of the opposing hero to zero. Unlike Magic, combat attacks are always directed at individual heroes or allies, rather than declaring an attack with a number of creatures. Furthermore, damage done to characters accumulates between turns, making combat more expensive for both the attacker and defender; the following types of cards are featured in the game: Hero - The character which a given player is playing as.
Each hero has an amount of starting health, faction affiliation, class and professions. The hero's traits determine. Lastly, each hero has a unique power which can be used once per game, after which the hero card is turned face down. Starting with Worldbreaker, Hero cards no longer have professions. Master Hero - Master Hero cards, when played, replace a player's hero with a new card; the original hero is removed from the game and any damage, equipment, tokens or attachments that were on the hero beforehand are brought onto the Master Hero. Master Heroes, unless specified otherwise, can use all equipment and abilities, but abilities on cards that look for specific types cannot be activated. Powers on heroes do not carry on to the Master Hero. Ability - Cards that cause some immediate impact to the game. Abilities can either be of the, able to be played only during one's turn, or can be, able to be played at any time. Ally - Other individuals and companions who assist and fight on behalf of the main hero.
Most allies are affiliated with either the Alliance. Neutral allies can be included in a deck of either faction. Allies can attack opposing heroes or allies, but can be attacked. Armor - Defensive cards which protect heroes from damage. By paying the appropriate resource cost, armor can be exhausted each turn in order to reduce damage dealt to a player's hero. Players are limited in how many different pieces of armor they may equip on any given "body part". Weapon - Offensive cards which can augment a hero's melee or ranged capabilities; as with armor cards, players are limited on. In order to use a weapon card to increase attack power during combat, a player must pay a resource cost associated with the weapon. Weapons can be used when either attacking or defending, but only one weapon can be used per combat. Item - Gear the hero can have in addition to weapons and armor. Rings and trinkets are examples of items. Quest - Special cards which act as resource cards, but with additional abilities. Quests can be completed by fulfilling a condition described on the card.
When this is done, a reward is earned and the quest is turned face down. Location - Location cards are similar to quest cards, but are not turned face down to use their abilities. Only one location can be controlled at a time if locations have different names. Loot - Loot cards are special versions of cards which can be used within the card game, but which contain a scratch-off code; this code can be entered into the website for the online game, which will provide a unique in-game item. Twenty-one expansion sets were released for the WoW TCG. Cards were sold in booster packs, which contain 15 random cards - 10 commons, 3 uncommons, 1 rare or epic, 1 hero card or loot card. Booster packs had one UDE point card redeemable online. Starting with March of the Legion and ending with Twilight of the Dragons, booster packs contained 18 random cards due to more variation of card types: 2 extra commons and 1 extra uncommon; the color of the collector number printed on a card indicates its rarity, using a system similar to that of the online game: white for com