The Maltese Third Division 2010–11 was the 11th season of the Maltese Third Division. The season began on 26 September 2010 and concluded on 15 May 2011 with the promotion play-offs final. Gozo and Santa Venera were relegated from the Maltese Second Division 2009-10; this is the debut season of Marsaskala. The Maltese Third Division is divided into two sections; the winners of each section will win promotion and face each other in a championship play-off to decide the Maltese Third Division champions. For the 2010-11 season, teams placing 2nd and 3rd in both sections will be promoted to the Maltese Second Division due to the change in the Maltese league format. A promotion decider will be played between the teams ending 4th in Sections B respectively. A total of twenty one teams divided into two sections will contest the league, including seventeen sides from the 2009–10 season, three relegated teams from the 2009–10 the Maltese Second Division and Marsaskala F. C. a new founded club. 2009–10 Maltese Third Division champions Zejtun Corinthians F.
C. and Section A winners Mgarr United F. C. secured direct promotion to the Second Division. Naxxar Lions had to beat Gudja Utd on penalties in the promotion play-off final to join them in the Second Division. Mgarr Utd and Naxxar made their immediate return to the Second Division after being relegated at the end of the 2008–09 season
Francisco Pizarro Cartes is a Chilean footballer who plays for Colchagua as a striker. Pizarro in 2013 signed for O'Higgins on a one-year loan from Universidad Católica. On December 10, 2013, he won the Apertura 2013-14 with O'Higgins. In the tournament, he played in 15 of 18 scored 4 goals. In 2014, he is signed by Barnechea for the 2014–15 Chilean Primera División season Universidad CatólicaPrimera División: 2010 Copa Chile: 2011O'HigginsPrimera División: Apertura 2013-14 O'HigginsMedalla Santa Cruz de Triana: 2014 Francisco Pizarro at FootballDatabase.eu Francisco Pizarro at National-Football-Teams.com Francisco Pizarro at BDFA
Derm101 is an online and mobile resource for physicians and healthcare professionals to learn the diagnosis and treatment of dermatologic diseases. The resource includes online textbooks, interactive quizzes, peer-reviewed open access dermatology journals, a dermatologic surgery video library, case studies, thousands of clinical photographs and photomicrographs of skin diseases, mobile applications. Dr. A. Bernard Ackerman, a prominent figure in dermatology and dermatopathology, Andy Zwick, his nephew and collaborator, founded Derm101 in 2002; the concept for Derm101 was envisioned and proposed to Dr. Ackerman by Zwick in 1999, while he was a senior at Harvard, they went on to develop Derm101 together. Derm101 debuted in February 2002 at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology in New Orleans. February 2000, John R Buonpane, Producer/Director/Digital Media Consultant created the broadband Internet project with world-renowned pathologist, Dr. Bernard Ackerman, he created the main feature for derm101.com, an interactive distance-learning video lecture in 2000 and produced the online lectures until 2009.
He went on to develop the content for dermsurgery101 surgical videos in 2013 and has been producing the videos since for online subscription users. For more of John work please visit https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnbuonpane In February 2014, Nestlé announced its creation of Nestlé Skin Health, a conglomerate of skin health-related companies, of which Derm101 was a part of. In 2019, Nestlé Skin Health was acquired by a private equity firm EQT, a unit of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and PSP Investments, rebranded as Galderma. Shortly after the sale was finalized, Galderma made the decision to decommission Derm101 which occurred on December 31, 2019. • Derm101.com
Metal Rendez-vous is the fourth studio album by the Swiss hard rock band Krokus, released in June 1980. It is the first Krokus release to feature vocalist Marc Storace; the track "Heatstrokes" charted number one in the British Heavy Metal Charts, arguably opened up markets for Krokus in Britain and the United States, along with "Bedside Radio" and "Tokyo Nights". Strangely, the song "Tokyo Nights" features; the album was certified Triple Platinum. UK-based company Rock Candy Records reissued the album on CD in 2014. All songs written by Fernando von Arb and Chris von Rohr, except "Bedside Radio" and "Back-Seat Rock'n' Roll" by von Arb, von Rohr and Jürg Naegeli. Side one"Heatstrokes" - 4:00 "Bedside Radio" - 3:22 "Come On" - 4:29 "Streamer" - 6:44 "Shy Kid" - 2:33Side two"Tokyo Nights" - 5:54 "Lady Double Dealer" - 3:13 "Fire" - 6:07 "No Way" - 4:02 "Back-Seat Rock'n' Roll" - 3:15. KrokusMarc Storace – lead vocals Fernando von Arb – rhythm guitar, bass, backing vocals Tommy Kiefer – lead guitar, backing vocals Chris von Rohr – bass, backing vocals, drums, keyboards Freddy Steady – drums, backing vocals Jürg Naegeli – keyboards, backing vocals, assistant engineerProductionMartin Pearson – producer, engineer Ursli Weber – assistant engineer
The Gerard L. Gormley Justice Facility opened in 1985, was built to house 398 inmates. Since that time, the facility has undergone substantial growth and expansion and now houses an average 1000 inmates with custody jurisdiction over an additional 250 inmates who are sentenced to various community programs; the Atlantic County Department of Public Safety is charged with the operation of the Justice Facility. The New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts has recognized the Justice Facility's inmate classification program by incorporating it into their statewide computer system for use by all associated counties in New Jersey. In October, 1997, the Justice Facility opened its own Correctional Poilice Officers Academy, certified by the New Jersey Police Training Commission, graduating its first class in January 1998; the Academy training at the Atlantic County Community College trains all Atlantic County Correction Officers and will accept trainees from other New Jersey Counties. The Justice Facility is located at 5060 Atlantic Ave.
Mays Landing, New Jersey. It is an Adult Detention Facility housing male and female inmates who are pretrial, county sentenced and in certain instances, state sentenced awaiting shipment or state inmates contracted to the Facility; the Facility has the Main Jail Building and the Main Jail Annex. The first jail in Atlantic County was in a spring house on Captain John Pennington's property in Mays Landing about a half mile down River Road. A permanent jail was completed in 1840, it was a sandstone structure 28 by 40 feet designed by Thomas Ustic Walter, a Philadelphia architect best known for his work on the U. S. Capitol and its dome; this jail housed prisoners until 1932 and was used for vocational training. For a short time in the 1970s it was used for document storage. Other jails were completed in 1932 and in 1962; the present Atlantic County Justice Facility was opened in September 1985. However, since the splitting of the Sheriff's Office in September 1987 the Department of Public Safety now controls the facility.
Warden David Kelsey Deputy Warden Michael Kelly Captain Bruce Carber Captain Steven Iuluicci Captain Charles Zimmerman Work ReleaseWork Release permits inmate participants to leave the facility and work or study in the community. The operating parameters of Work Release are delineated in N. J. S. A. 10A:31-25. Eligibility criteria is incorporated in 10A:31-25.6. Inmates approved for participation in Work Release are permitted to leave the facility to attend work, educational opportunities, or care for their families. All inmates are provided pre - approved and verified schedules, work or study sites, transportation to and from the facility; the inmates employer must agree to allow the inmate to participate, the employment must meet State standards. If either of these two conditions are not met, the employment is disallowed and the inmate will be sent out on public service work assignments until approved employment is obtained. Verification Patrol Officers periodically check study sites to insure program compliance.
Home Electronic Detention The basic concept of the Home Detention program is that an electronic monitoring device is attached to the inmate and monitoring equipment is installed in the inmate's home. The inmate is housed in their home; the monitoring device is equipped with an anti - tampering fail safe device and the monitoring equipment is connected via telephone to the central monitoring station at the facility. If the inmate leaves home without permission or attempts to remove or otherwise circumvent the attached transmitting device, the central monitoring station is automatically alerted. Inmates are allowed to go to work and other specified locations on a pre-approved basis. Transportation is on a pre-approved basis, as is the route in which the inmate is allowed to take; this program has the selected feature of monitoring the inmate for alcohol or breathalyzer test. This is done by a device, connected to the equipment in the home. At random intervals when the inmate is home, an audible signal is sounded and the inmate must take the test.
A series of pre - established words are repeated by the inmate, the inmate will blow air into this unit when instructed. The inmates breath is electronically checked for alcohol content, delivered to the central monitoring station. Mobile verification equipment and Verification Patrol Officers insure participants are at the approved locations when they are outside of their homes. Home Electronic Detention System or HEDS program permits a wider level of freedom than Work Release and enables the inmate to begin their reintegration into the community; the philosophy of "ZERO TOLERANCE" is stringently enforced. This is the first complete step back into the community, no inappropriate behavior is tolerated. Day Reporting The Day Reporting Program Phase allows inmates to live at home without electronic monitoring, report to the Day Reporting Program Office at the Main Jail Annex of the Atlantic County Justice Facility two or more days per week and move about the community without first obtaining permission..
While in the Day Reporting Program, the inmate participates in various public service work details. An inmate is directly sentenced by the courts to this program. Qualifying non profit organizations or municipalities may use Day Reporting inmates for approved public service assignments; the persons supervising the inmates are orientated / instructed on how to do so. This supervision is exclusive of and independent of the field verification officers who randomly check the inmates while they are within the community; the DRP inmate reports to the facility as scheduled. An average DRP inmate reports to the facilit