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Forest County, Wisconsin

Forest County is a county in the U. S. state of Wisconsin. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,304, its county seat is Crandon. The Forest County Potawatomi Community and the Sokaogon Chippewa Community have reservations in Forest County. Forest County was created by the Wisconsin State Legislature in 1885 from portions of neighboring Langlade and Oconto counties; the county was named for the forests contained within its limits. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,046 square miles, of which 1,014 square miles is land and 32 square miles is water. Florence County - northeast Marinette County - east Oconto County - southeast Langlade County - southwest Oneida County - west Vilas County - northwest Iron County, Michigan - north Y55 - Crandon Municipal Airport Nicolet National Forest As of the census of 2000, there were 10,024 people, 4,043 households, 2,769 families residing in the county; the population density was 10 people per square mile. There were 8,322 housing units at an average density of 8 per square mile.

The racial makeup of the county was 85.86% White, 11.30% Native American, 1.18% Black or African American, 0.17% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islander, 0.23% from other races, 1.22% from two or more races. 1.08 % of the population were Latino of any race. 34.3 % were of 7.4 % Irish and 5.4 % American ancestry. 95.5 % spoke 1.0 % Potawatomi as their first language. Out of the 4,043 households, 29.20% have children under the age of 18, 54.00% have a married couple living together, 9.80% had a female householder with no husband present, 31.50% were non-families. 28.20% of all households were made up of individuals living alone, 13.20%, of individuals of 65 years of age or older living alone. The average household size was 2.39 and the average family size was 2.89. The age distribution in the county's population is as follows: 25.30% under the age of 18, 7.80% from 18 to 24, 23.90% from 25 to 44, 23.80% from 45 to 64, 19.30% 65 years of age or older. The median age is 40 years. For every 100 females there were 100.20 males.

For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 99.00 males. In 2017, there were 102 births, giving a general fertility rate of 71.1 births per 1000 women aged 15–44, the 14th highest rate out of all 72 Wisconsin counties. There were fewer than five reported induced abortions performed on women of Forest County residence in 2017. Crandon Argonne Laona Mole Lake Newald Wabeno Bagdad Keith National Register of Historic Places listings in Forest County, Wisconsin Youth Community Conservation Improvement Program. Memories of Forest County: A Historical Research Project. N.p. n.p. 1980. Forest County Forest County map from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Forest County tourism Forest County Potawatomi City of Crandon

Monadic second-order logic

In mathematical logic, monadic second-order logic is the fragment of second-order logic where the second-order quantification is limited to quantification over sets. It is important in the logic of graphs, because of Courcelle's theorem, which provides algorithms for evaluating monadic second-order formulas over graphs of bounded treewidth. Second-order logic allows quantification over predicates. However, MSO is the fragment; this is described as quantification over "sets" because monadic predicates are equivalent in expressive power to sets. Existential monadic second-order logic is the fragment of MSO in which all quantifiers over sets must be existential quantifiers, outside of any other part of the formula; the first-order quantifiers are not restricted. By analogy to Fagin's theorem, according to which existential second-order logic captures the descriptive complexity of the complexity class NP, the class of problems that may be expressed in existential monadic second-order logic has been called monadic NP.

The restriction to monadic logic makes it possible to prove separations in this logic that remain unproven for non-monadic second-order logic. For instance, in the logic of graphs, testing whether a graph is disconnected belongs to monadic NP, as the test can be represented by a formula that describes the existence of a proper subset of vertices with no edges connecting them to the rest of the graph; the existence of an analogous pair of complementary problems, only one of which has an existential second-order formula is equivalent to the inequality of NP and coNP, an open question in computational complexity. By contrast, when we wish to check whether a Boolean MSO formula is satisfied by an input finite tree, this problem can be solved in linear time in the tree, by translating the Boolean MSO formula to a tree automaton and evaluating the automaton on the tree. In terms of the query, the complexity of this process is nonelementary. Thanks to Courcelle's theorem, we can evaluate a Boolean MSO formula in linear time on an input graph if the treewidth of the graph is bounded by a constant.

For MSO formulas that have free variables, when the input data is a tree or has bounded treewidth, there are efficient enumeration algorithms to produce the set of all solutions, ensuring that the input data is preprocessed in linear time and that each solution is produced in a delay linear in the size of each solution, i.e. constant-delay in the common case where all free variables of the query are first-order variables. There are efficient algorithms for counting the number of solutions of the MSO formula in that case; the monadic second order theory of the infinite complete binary tree, called S2S, is decidable. As a consequence of this result, the following theories are decidable: The monadic second-order theory of trees; the monadic second order theory of N under successor. WS2S and wS1S, which restrict quantification to finite subsets. Note that for binary numbers, addition is definable in wS1S. For each of these theories, the complexity of the decision problem is nonelementary

Derek and the Dominos

Derek and the Dominos were an English–American blues-rock band formed in the spring of 1970 by guitarist and singer Eric Clapton and singer Bobby Whitlock, bassist Carl Radle and drummer Jim Gordon. All four members had played together in Delaney & Bonnie and Friends and after Clapton's brief tenure with Blind Faith. Dave Mason supplied additional lead guitar on early studio sessions and played at their first live gig. Another participant at their first session as a band was George Harrison, the recording for whose album All Things Must Pass marked the formation of Derek and the Dominos; the band released only one studio album and Other Assorted Love Songs, produced by Tom Dowd, which featured extensive contributions on slide guitar from Duane Allman. A double album, Layla did not enjoy strong sales or receive widespread radio airplay, but went on to earn critical acclaim. Although released in 1970 it was not until March 1972 that the album's single "Layla" made the top ten in both the United States and the United Kingdom.

The album is considered to be the defining achievement of Clapton's career. Derek and the Dominos came about through its four members' involvement in the American soul revue Delaney & Bonnie and Friends; the group were anchored by the musical duo Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett with a rotating ensemble of supporting members. Delaney & Bonnie and Friends supported Blind Faith, Eric Clapton's short-lived supergroup with Stevie Winwood, on a US tour in the summer of 1969. While on that tour, Clapton was drawn to Delaney & Bonnie's relative anonymity, which he found more appealing than the excessive fan worship lavished on his own band. Together with his fellow future Dominos – Bobby Whitlock, Carl Radle and Jim Gordon – Clapton toured Europe and the United States again between November 1969 and March 1970, this time as a member of Delaney & Bonnie and Friends. In addition, the entire band backed him on his debut solo album, Eric Clapton, recorded over the same period. Disagreements over money led several members to leave Friends.

Whitlock, recalling other difficulties with Delaney and Bonnie, noted the couple's frequent fights and described Delaney as a demanding band leader in the manner of James Brown. Gordon and other Friends personnel, including drummer Jim Keltner joined Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs and Englishmen tour with Leon Russell, but Whitlock remained with the Delaney and Bonnie for a short time. In April 1970, at the suggestion of his friend and mentor Steve Cropper, Whitlock travelled to England to visit Clapton. Whitlock subsequently lived in Hurtwood Edge, Clapton's house in Surrey, where the two musicians jammed and began to write the bulk of the Dominos' catalogue on acoustic guitars. Many of the new songs reflected Clapton's growing infatuation with Pattie Boyd, the wife of his best friend George Harrison, who had joined Clapton as a guitarist on Delaney & Bonnie's European tour in December 1969. Soon after Whitlock's arrival, he and Clapton were eager to form a new band and contacted Radle and Gordon in the United States.

Although their first choice for a drummer was Keltner – like Radle and Russell, a native of Tulsa – he was busy recording with jazz guitarist Gábor Szabó. Gordon, had been invited to London to work on Harrison's post-Beatles solo album All Things Must Pass. In May that year, Whitlock and Gordon reunited in London at a session for P. P. Arnold, before going on to serve as the backing band on much of Harrison's album. In a 1990 interview, Clapton said, "We made our bones on that album with George", since the four musicians had "no game plan" other than living at Hurtwood Edge, "getting stoned, playing and semi-writing songs". Clapton biographer Harry Shapiro comments on the unprecedented aspect of Clapton's bond with his new bandmates, in that from the Blind Faith tour onwards, the guitarist "had been able to build a working relationship in a slow and natural fashion" for the first time. Among the friendships formed before the group came into existence, Shapiro continues, "the empathy... outcropped most noticeably in Bobby Whitlock, in whom Eric found an accomplished and sympathetic songwriting partner and back-up vocalist."

Clapton and Whitlock considered adding the Delaney & Bonnie horn section to their new band, but this plan was abandoned. Whitlock explained the ethos of Derek and the Dominos: "we didn't want any horns, we didn't want no chicks, we wanted a rock'n' roll band, but my vocal concept was that we approach singing like Sam and Dave did: sings a line, I sing a line, we sing together." Towards the end of the sessions for the basic tracks on All Things Must Pass, Dave Mason – another former guitarist with Delaney & Bonnie – joined the Dominos at Clapton's home. With the lineup expanded to a five-piece band and the Dominos gave their debut live performance on 14 June 1970; the event was a charity concert in aid of the Dr Spock Civil Liberties Legal Defence Fund, held at London's Lyceum Theatre. The group had been billed as "Eric Clapton and Friends", but a discussion ensued backstage just before their appearance, with Harrison and pianist Tony Ashton among those involved, in an effort to find a proper band name.

Clapton recalls that Ashton suggested "Del and the Dominos", having taken to calling the guitarist "Derek" or "Del" since the Delaney & Bonnie tour the previous year. Whitlock maintains that "the Dynamics" was the name chosen and that Ashton, following his opening set with Ashton and Dyke, mispronounced it when introducing the band. Writing in 2013, Clapton and Whitlock biographer Marc Roberty quoted Jeff Dexte

Emilio MacEachen

Washington Emilio MacEachen Vásquez is a professional footballer who plays as a centre back for Cerro Largo. Emilio came through the youth system at Uruguay’s most successful club, C. A. Peñarol, was promoted to the first team in the 2010-11 Primera División season, for which he was assigned squad number 2, he made seven appearances in this season, one of, as a substitute. His debut came in a 2-0 win against Cerro on 13 March 2011. Emilio was a squad member for Peñarol’s 2011 Copa Libertadores campaign, in which the club reached the final, he was an unused substitute in six 2011 Libertadores matches, including the first leg of the final against Santos of Brazil. On 1 February 2017, Necaxa announced that MacEachen would be joining the club on loan for 6 months with an option to sign permanently, he made his debut on February 15 in a Copa MX group-stage match against Chiapas Jaguar. As of 25 June 2011 Official Peñarol website Official Parma website Emilio MacEachen at Soccerway

Nanase Nishino

Nanase Nishino is a Japanese idol singer, actress and television host. She is a former member of Japanese idol girl group Nogizaka46, her lead roles in TV and film have included Asahi Tōjima in Asahinagu and Ai Amano in Denei Shojo: Video Girl Ai 2018. She co-hosts. In 2011 Nishino auditioned for Nogizaka46 and was selected as one of the 36 first generation members, she was chosen as one of the members performing on their debut single "Guruguru Curtain", released on February 22, 2012. On November 8, 2012, Nishino made her model debut walking the runway at GirlsAward 2012 Autumn/Winter with former Nogizaka46 bandmate Mai Shiraishi, she was selected as the choreographic center for the first time for Nogizaka46's 8th single "Kizuitara Kataomoi", released on April 2, 2014. Her first solo song, "Hitoriyogari" was included on Nogizaka46's debut album Tōmei na Iro, released on January 7, 2015. Nishino's first photo book, titled Fudangi, was published on February 18, 2015, it sold 36,000 copies in a week and ranked 1st on the Oricon weekly sales chart in the photobook category.

She was the second member after Shiraishi. Nishino returned to the center position for the group's 11th single, "Inochi wa Utsukushii", released on March 18, 2015; the single included her second solo song, titled "Gomenne Zutto..." as a B-side. She appeared in the fashion magazine non-no as an exclusive model starting with the June 2015 issue. In July 2015 she played the lead role in the Nogizaka46 TV softball drama Hatsumori Bemars. On August 30, 2015, Nishino and Shiraishi were selected as Nogizaka46's first double center for their thirteenth single "Ima, Hanashitai Dareka ga Iru". On March 7, 2016, Nishino was announced as the co-host of the Fuji TV variety show Lion no Goo Touch, her 2nd photo book, Kaze o Kigaete, was published on September 29, 2016. The included photos were taken in Italy over 5 days. Kaze o Kigaete ranked first on the Oricon book ranking in the photobook category for two consecutive weeks. On 22 September 2017, the film adaptation of the naginata manga Asahinagu was released, with Nishino playing the starring role of Asahi Tōjima.

On September 20, 2018, Nishino announced her graduation from Nogizaka46 on the group's official blog. Her first post-Nogizaka46 acting role was as Yōko Matsuda in the 2019 TV Tokyo series Bet on This Girl! A supporting role in the NTV series It's Your Turn followed that year. Up to Boy +, Wani Books 1979-, since October 2014 Non-no, Shueisha 1971-, as an exclusive model since the June 2015 issue Kikan Nogizaka vol.1 Sōshun ISBN 9784863363878 Fudangi ISBN 9784344027091 Kaze o Kigaete ISBN 9784087807981 Watashi no Koto ISBN 9784087808377 Nanase Nishino official site on Nogizaka46 LLC. Nanase Nishino official account on Instagram Official agency profile on Nogizaka46 LLC. Official blog on Nogizaka46 LLC. Nanase Nishino on IMDb

Highland Park Tower

The Highland Park Water Tower is a water tower in the Highland Park area of Saint Paul, United States. It was designed by the nation's first African-American municipal architect; the tower was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. It was completed in 1928 at a cost of $69,483; the octagonally-shaped tower, on the second-highest of seven hills in Saint Paul, is constructed of brick and cut Kasota and Bedford stone. It holds 200,000 gallons of water in a steel tank, it is topped with an arched observation deck, open to the public on two special occasions per year for those willing to climb 151 steps. Beneath the observation deck, it is ornamented with carved shields; the tower has been unaltered since it was built. The Highland Park water tower service area of Saint Paul is bounded by Dayton Avenue on the north, Edgcumbe Road on the south and east, Fairview Avenue on the west, but the tower is no longer in active service. At its highest point, the tower reaches 440 feet in elevation above sea level.

Its width at the base is 40 feet, its width at the top observation deck is 36 feet