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Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park

Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers is a national park in Tasmania, 117 km west of Hobart. It is named after the two main river systems lying within the bounds of the park - the Franklin River and the Gordon River; the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park lies between the Central Highlands and West Coast Range of Tasmania in the heart of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. It is bisected by the only road to pass through this area - the Lyell Highway; the genesis of the Wild Rivers National Park was in the earlier Frenchmans Cap National Park which had the Franklin River as its boundary on the northern and western borders. Frenchmans Cap is a dominant feature in the region, can be seen on the skyline from the west and north of the park; the Gordon and Franklin Rivers were the subject of one of Australia's largest conservation efforts. The Franklin Dam was part of a proposed hydro-electric power scheme, in the plans of The Hydro for some time; the enthusiastic endorsement by Robin Gray's Liberal Government would have seen the river flooded.

It became a national issue for the Tasmanian Wilderness Society, led by its director at the time, Bob Brown. Despite being given heritage status, the catchments and rivers remain at risk; the Lyell Highway winds for 56 kilometres through the heart of the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. Commonwealth v Tasmania Darwin Crater - a suspected meteorite impact crater located within the park Protected areas of Tasmania Position in World Heritage Area

Eastern Street (Hong Kong)

Eastern Street is an early street of Hong Kong, located in the Sai Ying Pun area of Hong Kong Island. Eastern Street North is an extension of the street leading to the seafront following progressive harbour reclamations; the street is part of planned streets in the early development of Victoria City. High Street, Third Street, Second Street and First Street run east to west horizontally on a slight slope while Centre Street, Western Street and Eastern Street run north to south steeply; the street starts in the Mid-levels near Bonham Road Government Primary School below Bonham Road and runs down Connaught Road West, crossing High Street, Third Street, Second Street, First Street, Queen's Road Central and Des Voeux Road West. It descends in the shortest straight line from the mid-levels to the harbour, which explains its slope of 1:6; the steep incline has been cited as a factor in some serious traffic accidents. The extension Eastern Street North, from Connaught Road West, is a continuation of Eastern Street to the Victoria Harbour, Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park and Western Park Indoor Games Hall.

List of streets and roads in Hong Kong Hong Kong City Guide 2003, ISBN 962-14-2537-9 Centamap maps building details Hong Kong Yellow Pages map

Abdulfattah Adam

Abdulfattah Adam is a Saudi Arabian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Pro League side Al-Nassr, the Saudi Arabia national team. Adam was first scouted when he played in a friendly match against Al-Jeel during the summer of 2014. Al-Jeel were impressed by him and Abdullah Darwish, the manager at the time, insisted on Adam participating in the team's training. Adam signed for Al-Jeel during the 2014 summer transfer window. Abdulfattah ended his first season with Al-Jeel scoring 10 goals during the course of the 2014–15 season helping them to a sixth-placed finish. During his second season with the club, Adam ended the season with 21 goals in all competitions, he finished as the league's top scorer for the first time in his career. During his last season, the 2016–17 season, Abdulfattah Adam finished the season with 21 goals in 31 appearances in all competitions, he finished the season as the league's top scorer for the second consecutive season. In the 2016–17 season Adam became the all-time leading goal scorer for Al-Jeel with his 50th goal for the club.

On May 18, 2017, Abdulfattah Adam joined Al-Hazem on a free transfer. Adam scored just once in his first eight games. However, his form soon began to improve scoring 7 goals in 8 appearances, he left the club during the 2018 winter transfer window and ended his time with Al-Hazem with 17 appearances and 8 goals. On January 28, 2018, Adam signed for Pro League side Al-Taawoun, he made his debut on the 3rd of February. He made his first start for the club on March 5 against Al-Ittihad, he scored a brace and assisted once to help his team record a historic 5–2 win. He scored his third goal for the club on the final matchday in a 3–2 loss against Al-Ettifaq. Adam scored 3 goals, he made his first appearance of the second season at the club by starting the league match against former club Al-Hazem. The match ended in a 1–1 draw. In his second match, Adam came off the bench against Al-Ittihad and scored the 5th goal in a 5–3 win. During a 4–0 win over Ohod, Adam scored his first hat trick in the Pro League on 14 February 2019.

Adam started the King Cup semi-final match against Al-Hilal and scored the second goal in a 5–0 away win. Adam was an unused substitute, he ended his second season scoring 15 goals throughout all competitions. As of 17 May 2019 Statistics accurate as of match played 10 August 2019. Scores and results list Saudi Arabia's goal tally first. Al-Taawoun King Cup: 2019Al-Nassr Saudi Super Cup: 2019 Saudi First Division Golden Boot: 2015–16, 2016–17 Abdulfattah Adam at Soccerway

Humphrey Verdon Roe

Humphrey Verdon Roe was a British businessman, a philanthropist, aircraft manufacturer and the unacknowledged co-founder of Britain's first and most successful birth control clinic along with Marie Stopes, who became his wife. He was the father of the British philosopher Harry Stopes-Roe. Roe was from Manchester, son of Edwin Roe and Annie Verdon, younger brother of Alliot Verdon Roe. After leaving school he enlisted as an officer in the Manchester Regiment and served in the Boer War. In February 1902 he returned to Birmingham and took control of a company that manufactured webbing, Everard & Co. as his uncle who owned the firm had just died. He lifted the company back to commercial viability. In 1909 Roe invested in his brother Alliott's aeronautical inventions and a firm was registered in 1913 under the name "A. V. Roe and Company", better known as Avro. Everard's most successful product was called "Bullseye Braces", which led to the "stock joke that'Avro' biplanes were kept up by Bullseye Braces."

Roe became managing director of the company, "piloted the planes as as his brother". The company was successful and the brothers became rich, but in 1917 they had a falling out and Roe withdrew from the company. Before he met his wife, Roe had attempted to found a birth control clinic in Manchester, offering to finance St Mary's Hospital for the purpose, he had observed the effects of mothers in Manchester who had given birth to too many children and decided he could do something. The hospital declined the offer. In November 1917 Dr Binnie Dunlop, interested in birth control, introduced Roe to Marie Stopes, who had just written a book called Married Love, but couldn't get it published. Roe decided to finance the book. Roe, who had joined the Royal Flying Corps left for the front. In late March 1918 Roe injured his spine and broke an ankle when the aircraft in which he was an observer crashed after a bombing raid over an airfield in Germany. On his repatriation to London Stopes joined him on the day Married Love was published.

They were married on 16 May 1918 and with the aid of his wife his desire to open a birth control clinic was realized on 17 March 1921 at 61, Marlborough Road, North London. Stopes became Roe acted as the hardworking secretary. Together they worked tirelessly to keep the clinic running and expand their operations to other cities in Britain, their relationship failed in the mid-1930s. During World War II at the age of 61, Roe joined the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve and for a third time did his duty for his country. In 1949 he developed kidney trouble and died on 27 July aged 71

2017–18 Coupe de France First Preliminary Round

These matches were played on 20 August and 3 September 2017. These matches were played on 18 February 2017. Tiers shown reflect the 2016–17 season; these matches were played between 7 May and 31 May 2017. Tiers shown reflect the 2016–17 season; these matches were played on 19 and 20 August 2017. Some tiers are not yet known; these matches played between 19 August and 10 September 2017. The first round qualifiers for the regional league of Grand Est were organised separately by the three constituent sectors; these matches were played between 12 and 17 August 2017. These matches were played on 20 August 2017; these matches are scheduled to be played between 24 May and 13 August 2017. Tiers shown reflect the 2016–17 season; these matches were played between 25 August and 3 September 2017. These matches were played on 18, 19 and 20 August 2017; these matches were played on 26 and 27 August 2017. The first round in the Midi-Pyrénées sector is organised by individual districts; the matches were played on 18, 19 and 20 August 2017.

These matches were played on 18, 19 and 20 August 2017. These matches were played on 26 and 27 August 2017; these matches were played 18 and 20 August 2017. These matches were played on 19, 20 and 27 August 2017; these matches were played on 26 and 27 August 2017

James H. Turpin

First Sergeant James H. Turpin was an American soldier in the United States Army who served with the fifth U. S. Cavalry regiment during the Apache Wars. Turpin was one of 12 men received the Medal of Honor for gallantry in several engagements with the Apache Indians in the Arizona Territory during Lieutenant Colonel George Crook's "winter campaign" between 1872 and 1873. James H. Turpin was born in Easton, Massachusetts in 1846, he enlisted in the United States Army in Massachusetts as a private. Turpin was assigned to frontier duty, served with Company L of the Fifth Cavalry Regiment, seeing action during the Apache Wars and reached the rank of First Sergeant. In late 1872, Turpin accompanied Lieutenant Colonel George Crook in his "winter campaign" against the Apache renegades still active in the Arizona Territory, following the surrender of Apache Chief Cochise. Turpin was involved in heavy fighting in the Tonto Basin region, where Western Apache and Yavapais raiding parties had been active for many years.

He was one of 23 expedition members who were presented with the Medal of Honor, his citation reading "gallantry in actions with Apaches". Turpin died on May 6, 1893 at the age of 47 and was interred at Fairmount Cemetery in Denver, Colorado. Rank and organization: First Sergeant, Company L, 5th U. S. Cavalry. Place and date: Arizona, 1872-74. Entered service at: --. Birth: Easton, Mass. Date of issue: 12 April 1875. Citation: Gallantry in actions with Apaches. List of Medal of Honor recipients for the Indian Wars "James H. Turpin". Claim to Fame: Medal of Honor recipients. Find a Grave. Retrieved June 30, 2010