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Candelaria, Zambales

Candelaria the Municipality of Candelaria, is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Zambales, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 27,174 people. Candelaria is 42 kilometres from the capital town of Iba, it is nestled at the foot of the Zambales Mountains in the east and lies along coastline of the South China Sea in the west, with a total land area of 33,359 hectares, making it the third-largest town in terms of land area in Zambales. This municipality is known for Uacon Lake, the cleanest lake in Central Luzon, for its numerous beach resorts. During the pre-Spanish era, the area of Candelaria was unsettled forest; the Spanish East Indies government made it one of the oldest towns of Zambales. Sambal settlers from other parts of Masinloc, who found Candelaria an ideal location to live, played an important role in creating Candelaria as a separate town in 1870; the name of the town could have come from the name of the wife of the first Alcalde Mayor, who named the town after her as a birthday gift.

Candelaria is the Spanish word for Candlemas, that the Virgin of Candelaria is a Marian title popular in the Hispanic world. Candelaria is politically subdivided into 16 barangays. In the 2015 census, the population of Candelaria, was 27,174 people, with a density of 81 inhabitants per square kilometre or 210 inhabitants per square mile. Philippine Standard Geographic Code Philippine Census Information

Just Got Started Lovin' You

"Just Got Started Lovin' You" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist James Otto. It was released in July 2007 as the first single from his album Sunset Man. On the Hot Country Songs chart dated for May 17, 2008, the song has become Otto's first number-one hit; the song was the number one song on Billboard's year-end 2008 Hot Country Songs chart. James Otto had placed a telephone call to his friend, songwriter Jim Femino, when Femino and D. Vincent Williams were shopping at a grocery store in Nashville, Tennessee. Otto had wanted to write a song with Femino, Femino suggested bringing Williams with him; when they met Otto at Williams' house, Williams stated that he noticed a sex appeal in Otto's material, comparing the singer to Conway Twitty. Williams came up with a melody that he "thought was cool", put down the melody on his computer; the three recorded a work tape and played it for singer and producer John Rich, who chose it as the first single from Otto's Sunset Man album.

The song is in the key of G major with a tempo of 92 beats per minute and a 4/4 time signature. Its verses follow the chord pattern G-Am7-C-D-G. Kevin John Coyne of Country Universe gave the song a B grade, calling it "a smooth but not sappy romantic ballad." He said that he isn't "reinventing the wheel, but he sounds comfortable and self-assured." The music video was directed by Ryan Smith and was filmed on November 26, 2007. Music video at Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics

Rolland Romero

Rolland Lee Romero was an American triple jumper. He competed in the 1932 and 1936 Summer Olympics. Romero was born in Welsh, Louisiana on August 21, 1914. At Welsh High School he competed in a variety of track and field events. From the fall of 1931 he attended Loyola University New Orleans, receiving an athletic scholarship midway through his freshman year. Romero developed rapidly. At the 1932 United States Olympic Trials he was second behind Sidney Bowman with a jump of 48 ft ​10 1⁄4 in, qualifying for the Olympics in Los Angeles. Romero placed eighth at the Olympics. Romero scored his only national championship title at the 1935 Amateur Athletic Union meet, jumping 50 ft ​4 7⁄8 in and breaking Ahearn's meeting record, he set his personal best, 50 ft ​8 3⁄4 in, in Houston on June 5, 1936. Romero lost to newcomer Billy Brown at the 1936 AAU meet, but won with 49 ft 9 in at the Olympic Trials the following week, he qualified for the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, where he placed fifth. Romero died on November 25, 1975

Zhou Xianwang

Zhou Xianwang is a Chinese politician serving as Deputy Party Committee Secretary and mayor of Wuhan, the capital of Central China's Hubei province. He is of Tujia ethnicity, he entered the workforce in September 1980, joined the Communist Party of China in January 1987. Zhou was born in Jianshi County, Hubei, in November 1963. Zhou served in his home-county for a long time, what he was promoted to deputy magistrate in February 1993, he was secretary of Enshi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture Committee of the Communist Youth League in January 1994, held that office until September 1995. In September 1995 he was promoted to become deputy party secretary and magistrate of Xuan'en County, a position he held until April 1998, he served as vice-mayor of Enshi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture in April 1998, four years promoted to the mayor position. In February 2008, he was appointed head of Hubei Provincial Department of Commerce and director of Hubei Provincial Foreign Investment Office, he remained in that position until November 2012, when he was transferred to Huangshi and appointed the party secretary.

He concurrently served as deputy governor of Hubei from March 2017 to May 2018. In May 2018, he was named replacing Wan Yong. In December 2019, a new coronavirus, designated 2019-nCoV, broke out in Wuhan, local people accused Zhou and his superior, Party secretary Ma Guoqiang of being slow to respond to the epidemic. On January 27, 2020, in an interview on China's national TV, Zhou acknowledged that the city government had failed to promptly disclose information about the outbreak and offered to resign over the January 23 decision to lock down the city

Clairmonte Depeiaza

Cyril Clairmonte Depeiaza was a West Indian cricketer. Depeiaza was born in Saint James Parish, Barbados. A wicketkeeper, he played in the Barbados Cricket League, he played first-class cricket for Barbados from 1951–52 to 1956–57, toured New Zealand with the West Indian team in 1955–56. He played the last three Tests against Australia in 1954–55, the first two against New Zealand in 1955–56. In the first Test of the New Zealand tour he did not keep wicket – Alfie Binns was preferred – and he bowled for the only time in his first-class career. In a brief international Test career, he is best known for a world Test record 7th wicket partnership with Denis Atkinson of 347 in which he made his only first-class hundred of 122; the pair came together with the score at 147 for 6 in reply to Australia's first innings of 668. Their partnership record still stands. During the partnership he was hit on the chest numerous times by short balls from Keith Miller and Ray Lindwall, leading to a suggestion from the father of his Barbados team-mate John Goddard that he wear a piece of protective foam rubber around his chest.

This was the first known instance of a chest protector used in Test cricket. Following the innings, the crowd collected $1000 for him. Nicknamed "The Leaning Tower of Depeiaza" because of the way he leaned forward in his defensive shots, Depeiaza worked as a customs clerk, he played league and Minor Counties cricket in the 1960s and 1970s. He died in 1995 at England. Sobers, G. Twenty Years at the Top, MacMillan London, ISBN 978-0-330-30868-7. Clairmonte Depeiaza at Cricket Archive Clairmonte Depeiaza at Cricinfo