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Flashpoint (comics)

Flashpoint is a 2011 comic book crossover story arc published by DC Comics. Consisting of an eponymous core limited series and a number of tie-in titles, the storyline premiered in May 2011; the core miniseries was pencilled by Andy Kubert. In its end, the series radically changes the status quo for the DC Universe, leading into the publisher's 2011 relaunch, The New 52. Flashpoint details an altered DC Universe in which only Barry Allen seems to be aware of significant differences between the regular timeline and the altered one, including Cyborg's place as the world's quintessential hero, much like Superman is in the main timeline, with Superman himself being held captive as a lab-rat by the United States government within an underground facility in Metropolis. In addition, Thomas Wayne is Batman, a war between Wonder Woman and Aquaman has decimated western Europe. Consisting of a 61 issue run, the series crossed over with Booster Gold, sixteen separate three-issue miniseries, a number of one-shots beginning in June 2011.

DC announced. The storyline is adapted in the film Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox as well as in the third season of The CW network television series The Flash. At the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con, it was announced that Flashpoint will be adapted into a feature film as part of the DC Extended Universe. Barry Allen wakes up to discover everything and everyone around him has changed, he is not Flash, nor does he have powers. His mother Nora is alive. Captain Cold is Central City's greatest hero, the Justice League was never established, Superman is nonexistent. In Gotham City, Batman throws a criminal off a building. Cyborg and Batman have a conference with a group of superheroes to discuss how Wonder Woman's Amazons have conquered the United Kingdom, while Aquaman's Atlanteans have sunk the rest of Western Europe, the battle between the two has caused massive death and destruction. America is endangered; the heroes cannot cooperate to find a solution, the meeting is ended. Barry Allen drives to the Batcave.

Batman is revealed to be Thomas Wayne—in this timeline his son, was killed by the robber instead of his wife and himself. In this timeline, Thomas killed the robber who murdered Bruce, Martha went insane and became the Joker. In the flooded remains of Paris, Deathstroke captains a pirate ship in search of his daughter. Emperor Aquaman stabs Deathstroke in the chest and attacks Deathstroke's crew. Sonar is able to heal him. At Wayne Manor, Barry tries to explain to Thomas about his secret identity as the Flash and his relationship to Bruce Wayne. Barry's memory begins to spontaneously realign itself to the altered timeline and Barry realizes that the world of Flashpoint is not a parallel dimension, but an alternate reality. Barry's ring ejects Eobard Thawne's Reverse-Flash costume and causes Barry to believe that his enemy is responsible for changing history. Barry decides to recreate the accident that gave him his powers in a bid to undo the damage caused by Thawne, but his initial attempt fails and leaves him badly burned.

In London, Steve Trevor is waiting at a rendezvous for Lois Lane but is attacked by Wonder Woman and the Amazons. Wonder Woman begins interrogating him, he explains that he was hired to extract Lane from New Themyscira because she was sent to gather information on the Amazons for Cyborg. The U. S. president informs Cyborg that Steve Trevor sent a signal to the Resistance but was intercepted because of a traitor among the heroes that Cyborg tried to recruit. Cyborg is relieved of duty. Meanwhile, in New Themyscira, Lane encounters the Resistance. A second attempt at recreating Allen's accident restores his powers and health, he concludes. He learns that Kal-El was taken by Project: Superman. Flash and Cyborg join the cause to stop Wonder Woman and Aquaman; the three find a pale, weakened Superman at the Project and realize that he may well have been in a containment cell since he was a child—possibly never seeing a human being before. After being rescued, Superman flies off in seeming fright in the midst of a battle with the guards, leaving the three in the sewers to be rescued by Element Woman.

Flash's memories continue to change. The president announces Cyborg's failure to unite the world's superheroes and the U. S. enters into the Atlantean-Amazon war. Flash, Batman and Element Woman break down the door in need of the Marvel Family's help and Batman asks Billy to use his lightning to prevent Flash's memories from changing further; the group hears of the failed air assault on England due to the Amazons' Invisible Plane air force. Hal Jordan, who had not become Green Lantern in this timeline, is the first casualty, a giant Atlantean-generated tidal wave threatens the rest of New Themyscira. Flash tells Batman. Despite reservations, Batman joins Flash. Enchantress joins them en route. Wonder Woman and Aquaman are fighting one-on-one until Flash and his team arrive; the Marvel Family transform into Captain Thunder transforming Tawky Tawny. Captain Thunder attacks Wonder Woman and appears to be winning until Enchantress reveals herself as the Amazon spy in the Resis

Jim Donald (politician)

James Donald was a member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly. Donald was born at Redbank, Queensland, to parents Andrew Donald and his wife Jessie and was educated at Redbank State School and Ipswich State School, he began an apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker, attending Ipswich Technical College before entering the mining industry as a winding engine driver. It was this job that led to a long association with Queensland Colliery Employees Union where he started out as a union organizer and was Vice President several times in the 1940s; when the member for Bremer, former Premier Frank Cooper, retired from politics in March 1946, Donald was chosen by the Labor Party to be their candidate at the by-election, held on the 25 May 1946. Donald went on to win the seat over the Queensland People's Party candidate, Harold Shapcott, by 5643 votes to 3246. Donald held Bremer until the seat was abolished prior to the 1960 state election when he moved to the newly created seat of Ipswich East which he went on to hold from 1960 until his retirement from politics in 1969.

Although Donald was in parliament for 23 years, he was never appointed to the ministry certainly due to having refused to support a bill introduced by the Labor Party concerning miners' pensions and entitlements. He was, secretary of the State Parliamentary Party for 21 years, he stood aside from the position to make way for Jack Duggan on 17 August 1958, after Duggan had won the seat of North Toowoomba in the by-election necessitated by Wood's death. During his political career, Donald earned a reputation as one of the most modest and unassuming gentlemen to serve in the Parliament, he had a quiet manner of debate, always well backed up by a great deal of preparation and research. In addition he was an advocate of temperance, on which his views were uncompromising. Donald married Mary Jane Dobbie on the 27 September 1916 and together had one daughter. Mary died in 1955, on the 11 July 1960 he married Hilda Bell Julho Thomlinson. Donald was interested in cricket, football and bowls, was a representative on the Ipswich Cricket and Rugby League associations.

Donald was cremated. His ashes are in the Columbarium at Ipswich General Cemetery

List of Epidendrum species

This is a list of the accepted names of Epidendrum orchids. It is a large list. Epidendrum L.. Epidendrum abbottii L. Sánchez & Hágsater. Epidendrum acreense Christenson. Epidendrum acrobatesii Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum acrorhodum Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum acrostigma Hágsater & García-Cruz. Epidendrum acuminatum Ruiz & Pav.. Epidendrum acutissimum Lindl.. Epidendrum adamsii Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum addae Pabst. Epidendrum adenoglossum Lindl.. Epidendrum adnatum Ames & C. Schweinf.. Epidendrum adolfomorenoi R. Vásquez & Ibisch. Epidendrum agathosmicum Rchb.f.. Epidendrum aggregatum Lindl.. Epidendrum agoyanense Dodson. Epidendrum aguaricoense Dodson. Epidendrum aguirrei Hágsater. Epidendrum alabastrialatum Pollard ex Hágsater. Epidendrum albertii Schltr.: Albert's Epidendrum Epidendrum albifloroides D. E. Benn. & Christenson,: White-flowered Epidendrum Epidendrum albiforum Schltr.. Epidendrum albomarginatum Rchb.f.. Epidendrum alexii Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum alfredii Schltr.. Epidendrum allenii L. O.

Williams. Epidendrum allisonii Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum allochronum Hágsater. Epidendrum alopecurum Schltr.. Epidendrum alpicolonigrense Dodson. Epidendrum alpicoloscandens Dodson. Epidendrum alpicolum Rchb.f.. Epidendrum althausenii A. D. Hawkes. Epidendrum alticola Ames & Correll. Epidendrum alvarezdeltoroi Hágsater. Epidendrum amapense Hágsater & L. Sánchez. Epidendrum amayense Hágsater. Epidendrum amazonicoriifolium Hágsater. Epidendrum amblostomoides Hoehne,: Amblostoma-like Epidendrum Epidendrum amethystinum Rchb.f.. Epidendrum ammophilum Barb. Rodr.. Epidendrum amparoanum Schltr.. Epidendrum amphistomum A. Rich. in la Sagra. Epidendrum amplexicaule Lindl.. Epidendrum amplexigastrium Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum ampliracemum C. Schweinf.. Epidendrum amplum D. E. Benn. & Christenson. Epidendrum anastasioi Hágsater. Epidendrum anatipedium L. M. Sánchez & Hágsater. Epidendrum anceps Jacq.: Brown Epidendrum Epidendrum anchinocturnum Hágsater. Epidendrum anderssonii Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum andinum Carnevali & G.

A. Romero in G. A. Romero & G. Carnevali. Epidendrum andrei Hágsater & L. Sánchez. Epidendrum angaritae Hágsater. Epidendrum angustatum Dodson. Epidendrum angustilobopaniculatum Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum angustilobum Fawc. & Rendle. Epidendrum angustisegmentum Hágsater. Epidendrum angustissimum Lindl.. Epidendrum anisatum Lex. in La Llave & J. Lexarza. Epidendrum anitae Schltr.. Epidendrum annabellae Nir,: Annabell's Epidendrum Epidendrum anoglossoides Ames & C. Schweinf.. Epidendrum anoglossum Schltr.. Epidendrum anthoceroides Dodson. Epidendrum anthoceros Linden & Rchb.f.. Epidendrum anthropophorum Rchb.f.. Epidendrum antillanum Ackerman & Hágsater. Epidendrum antonense Hágsater. Epidendrum apaganoides D. E. Benn. & Christenson,: Apaganum-like Epidendrum Epidendrum apaganum Mansf.. Epidendrum aporoides F. Lehm. & Kraenzl.. Epidendrum appendiculatum T. Hashim.. Epidendrum aquaticoides C. Schweinf.. Epidendrum aquaticum Lindl.. Epidendrum arachnoglossum Rchb.f. Ex André. Epidendrum arbuscula Lindl. in G. Bentham,: Tree-like Epidendrum Epidendrum ardens Kraenzl..

Epidendrum arevaloi Hágsater in R. Escobar. Epidendrum aristatum Ackerman & Montalvo. Epidendrum aristisepalum Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum aristoloides Dodson. Epidendrum armeniacum Lindl.: Orange Epidendrum Epidendrum arnoldii Schltr.. Epidendrum asplundii Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum atacazoicum Schltr.. Epidendrum atrobrunneum Schltr.. Epidendrum atrorugosum Hágsater. Epidendrum atroscriptum Hágsater. Epidendrum attenuatum Lindl.. Epidendrum atwoodchlamys Hágsater. Epidendrum atwoodii Hágsater & L. Sánchez. Epidendrum aurigineum Barringer. Epidendrum avicula Lindl.. Epidendrum azulense D. E. Benn. & Christenson. Epidendrum badium Hágsater. Epidendrum baezense Dodson. Epidendrum bahorucense Hágsater & L. Cerv.. Epidendrum bakrense Hágsater & G. Cremers. Epidendrum bambusaceum Schltr.. Epidendrum bambusiforme Kraenzl.. Epidendrum bangii Rolfe. Subgenus Epidendrum Lindl. Section Planifolia Rchb.f. Subsection Spathacea Reichenbach Epidendrum barbae Rchb.f.. Epidendrum barbaricum Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum barbeyanum Kraenzl.: Barbey-Boissier's Epidendrum Epidendrum batesii Dodson.

Epidendrum baumannianum Schltr.. Epidendrum beharorum Hágsater. Epidendrum belloi Hágsater. Epidendrum bennettii Dodson. Epidendrum betimianum Barb. Rodr.. Epidendrum bianthogastrium Hágsater & Dodson. Epidendrum bicirrhatum D. E. Benn. & Christenson. Epidendrum bidens D. E. Benn. & Christenson. Epidendrum bifalce Schltr.. Epidendrum bifarium Sw.. Subgenus Euepidendrum Lindl. Section Planifolia Rchb.f. Subsection Spathacea Rchb.f. Epidendrum biforatum Lindl.. Epidendrum bilobatum Ames. Epidendrum birostratum C. Schweinf.. Epidendr

Point Hicks Marine National Park

The Point Hicks Marine National Park is a protected marine national park in situated off Point Hicks in the East Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia. The 4,000-hectare marine park is situated 450 kilometres east of Melbourne and 25 kilometres south of Cann River, adjacent to the Croajingolong National Park and Point Hicks Lighthouse Reserve; the marine national park contains the site of two shipwrecks: the SS Kerangie lost in 1879, the SS Saros lost in 1937. Point Hicks represents Victoria’s warmer eastern marine environment, contains species that do not occur in the cooler waters to the west. Protected areas of Victoria "Marine National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries Boundary Coordinates". Parks Victoria. Government of Victoria. July 2013. "Point Hicks Marine National Park: Marine Natural Values Study Summary". Parks Victoria and Deakin University. Government of Victoria

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University is a public university located in Gobra, Bangladesh. It was named after Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman; the university opened in 2011. Every year, around 3000+ students enroll in undergraduate programs. In the undergraduate admission test, the school admits only about the top 3% of students. Plans for the creation of the university began in 1999. Awami League government took the plan to set up 12 science and technology universities in 12 large districts lacking universities. In the first phase, six development project proposals were prepared. Among the six, BSMRSTU was one of the tops. On 15 November 1999, M. Khairul Alam Khan, Professor of Department of Applied Physics and Electronics Engineering of Rajshahi University was appointed Project Director and sent to Gopalganj; the Project Director completed the work of university selection, land acquisition and land-preparation work. On 8 July 2001, the BSMRSTU Act was enacted. On 13 July, Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina formally commenced the foundation.

On 14 July, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina recommended. The recommendation was approved by the President on 19 July. In the 2001 election the four-party alliance government of Jamaat-BNP came rose to power and closed the project on 15 April 2002. Khan returned to his previous institution. Seven employees were discharged. Awami League won the 9th parliamentary elections held on 29 December 2008. In November 2009, the project was revived. On 5 January 2010, Hasina reappointed Khan as Project Director. On 14 December 2010, he was appointed Vice-Chancellor for a four year term. On 2 February 2015. Khondakar Md Nasiruddin, Professor of Biotechnology Department of Bangladesh Agricultural University was appointed as the new Vice-Chancellor by President, Dr. Abdul Hamid. President Abdul Hamid, President of Bangladesh Prof. Dr. M Khairul Alam Khan, December 2010 - December 2014 Prof. Dr. Khondoker Md. Nasiruddin, February 2015 – February 2019 Prof. Dr. Khondoker Md. Nasiruddin, February 2019 – September 2019 Prof. Dr.

Md. Shahjahan, October 2019 – Present There are 34 department under 7 faculties. Computer Science and Engineering Electrical and Electronic Engineering Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Food and Agroproccess Engineering Architecture Mathematics Statistics Physics Chemistry Environmental Science and Disaster Management Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Psychology Botany Pharmacy English Bangla History Economics Sociology Public Administration International Relations Political Science Management Studies Accounting and Information System Marketing Finance and Banking Tourism and Hospitality Management Law Agriculture Fisheries and Marine Bioscience Livestock Science and Veterinary Medicine BSMRSTU enrolls undergraduate and postgraduate students. Applicants must pass the competitive admission test. Tests are arranged by each faculty under the authority of the admission council; the university enrolls 3070 undergraduates.

General seats number 2745. Quota: 8% Foreign:100. BSMRSTU has three campuses; the main campus is situated in Gobra. Sheikh Hasina Agriculture Institute is located in Tungipara; the Faculty of Agriculture is at the Kusli campus. The third campus is Sheikh Hasina Institute of ICT and is in Shibchar and hosts the Faculty of Engineering's department: CSE, EEE, ACCE, ETE,FAE and Civil; the main campus consists of five halls for students, an individual residence for the VC, a mosque, two teachers residences, the central library, cafeteria, an academic building, an administrative building. Ekushee February Library Center is the central library, it has a collection of textbooks, other books and newspapers. The library is open during academic hours; the library has an E-Book section. Many departments have their own libraries; this building is located at the corner of the campus. Campus hosts six residential halls; the halls are: Bijoy Debash Hall Swadhinata Debash Hall Sheikh Rasel Hall Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib Hall Sheikh Rehana Hall The central mosque was built in 2015.

It is situated in one corner of the university near the Hall Gate. The central temple was established in 2018, it is situated in a tin shed in the northwest corner. The university has a garage for university vehicles


Elfros is a village within the Rural Municipality of Rural Municipality of Elfros No. 307, in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. It is northeast of Regina and southeast of the Quill Lakes at the junction of Highway 16 and Highway 35. Elfros was first settled by Icelandic immigrants, many of the present inhabitants are of Icelandic descent. A post office was opened in 1909. From the Icelandic Pioneer Memorial in Elfros comes the following quotation. "There were two waves of Icelandic settlement to and within Saskatchewan. The first group came directly from Iceland, paused in Winnipeg moved on to Saskatchewan; the second group trekked west from older settlements in North Dakota and Manitoba. In June 1882, the first Icelandic families came to Fishing Lake; the magnets were water. Settlements followed at Foam Lake, Leslie, Mt Hecla, Elfros, Wynyard and Dafoe, creating the largest Icelandic settlement outside of Iceland. Icelanders were not natural farmers, they were poets and visionaries, people who saw work as a means to an end.

Icelandic communities became cultural centres with bands and libraries. Icelanders built community halls. Many schools in the Vatnabyggd area have Icelandic names. Important celebrations included Torrablot, the First Day of Summer, Independence Day celebrations on June 17 and August 2. For spiritual nourishment, Icelanders relied on traveling preachers, meeting in homes and community halls; the Icelanders who came to Saskatchewan became competent farmers but saw the land as a means to improve conditions both for themselves and for their children. Aware of the value of family and community, they left a legacy of art, literacy and social responsibility." Elfros at Flickriver The Rural municipality of Elfros held centennial celebrations July 24–26, 2009. List of communities in Saskatchewan List of villages in Saskatchewan Vatnabyggd: An Icelandic Settlement in Saskatchewan Major Icelandic Settlements in America