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Gallop (studio)

Gallop Co. Ltd, sometimes credited as Studio Gallop, is a Japanese animation studio founded in December 1978 by former Mushi Pro members. Touch The Littles Tekkamen wo oe! Dartanyan Monogatari Yori Kiteretsu Daihyakka One Pound Gospel Gaki Deka Miracle Giants Dome-kun Tanken Gobrin Tou Genji Tsuushin Agedama Chikyuu SOS Soreike Kororin Hime-chan's Ribbon Akazukin Chacha Nurse Angel Ririka SOS Sorcerers of the Serenade: Secret of Top Record Kochira Katsushika-ku Kamearikouen-mae Hashutsujo Kodomo no Omocha Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Swordsman Romantic Story Anime television de Hakken! Tamagotchi Initial D: First Stage Ojarumaru Daichi wa Future Blade Transformers: Car Robots Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters Forza Hidemaru Legendz Yomigaeru Ryuuou Densetsu Morizo to Kikkoro Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX Animal Yokocho Eyeshield 21 Hataraki Man Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Mainichi Kaasan Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS Bakutsuri Bar Hunter Chikkun Takkun Mister Ajikko Rurouni Kenshin Kiteretsu Daihyakka One Pound Gospel Prefectural Earth Defense Force To-y Kiki's Delivery Service Rurouni Kenshin Urusei Yatsura: Only You Urusei Yatsura: Remember My Love Yu-Gi-Oh!

The Movie: Pyramid of Light Yu-Gi-Oh!: Bonds Beyond Time Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions Cannon Fodder The Dagger of Kamui Magnetic Rose Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie Castle in the Sky Kekkaishi Night on the Galactic Railroad Official website Gallop at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

J.R. (musician)

Courtney Orlando Peebles, a.k.a. "J. R.", is a Christian singer and producer signed to Cross Movement Records. J. R. is half of the So Hot Productions team along with N. A. B, his debut album was Metamorphosis, released in 2005. He appears on the hooks of songs by fellow labelmates, such as FLAME and Da' T. R. U. T. H.. He was expected to release his second album, Life By Stereo, in September 2007. In 2009, J. R. went indie to work on a new sound. "Murray's Grammar: New Rules" Released: April 2011 "Lights So Bright" "Always" "Not A Slave" "Love" Circa MMXI: The Collective "Closer To You" by The Cross Movement "Cry No More" by The Cross Movement "N. F. L." by Da' T. R. U. T. H. "Open My Heart" by FLAME "On This Day" Gift Rap "My Clothes, My Hair" by The Ambassador "2 Is Better" by Da' T. R. U. T. H. "Racial Diversity" by FLAME feat. Elinor "Wars of the Mind" by FLAME "Smile" by R-Swift "Grateful" by Lecrae "Lookin' For Love" by Trip Lee "Grace" by Json "Significance" by Tedashii "Hey Girl" by Everyday Process "Goodbye" by FLAME feat.

Json "Joy To Me" by Thi'sl "Me on My SoapBox" by R-Swift "Eyes Open" by Trip Lee "Father In You" by Future "Flesh Killa" by Sean Slaughter "Love & Grace" by The Ambassador feat. Da' T. R. U. T. H. "Identity" by Lecrae feat. Da' T. R. U. T. H. "So Elektrik" by Rio "Calling You by KJ-52 "Nothing Without You" by DJ Official feat. Lecrae "We Can Be More" by Sho Baraka "Divine Intervention" by Lecrae "Tonight" by Flame "Parent Me" by Json "Secrets" by Json "Gravity" by Lecrae "Bloodlines" by Alex Faith "Never Land" by Andy Mineo "On My Mind" by Swoope "Freedom" by Alex Faith "No Rival" by Crowder Cross Movement Records So Hot Productions J. R.'s Website J. R.'s Official Artist Myspace Page So Hot Productions' Official Myspace Page

George H. Burnett

George Henry Burnett was an American attorney and judge in the state of Oregon. He was the 21st Chief Justice on the Oregon Supreme Court serving twice as chief first in 1921 to 1923, in 1927 when he died in office. Overall he served on Oregon’s highest court from 1911 until 1927. George Burnett was born in Yamhill County, Oregon on May 9, 1853, as the son of George W. and Sidney Younger. His parents had immigrated to Oregon over the Oregon Trail in 1846. George junior attended public schools in Yamhill County before starting his college education at McMinnville College where he attended until 1871, he enrolled at Christian College in Monmouth, Oregon where he graduated with a bachelor's degree of arts in June 1873. Burnett moved to Salem and began learning the law in 1873 from Rufus Mallory and J. J. Shaw at their law practice. In December 1875 he was admitted to the Oregon bar. In June 1876 Burnett was elected as district attorney for Oregon’s third judicial district, serving until 1878. From that year until 1886 he partnered with Shaw before opening his own practice where he worked from 1886 until 1892.

In 1892, he was elected to the circuit court for the third district of Oregon where he stayed until 1910. During this time he was a professor of medical jurisprudence at the Willamette University College of Medicine, a law professor at Willamette's law school. In 1910, George Burnett was elected to the Oregon Supreme Court to a new position when the court was expanded from three to five justices, he re-elected in 1916 and 1922. He served as Chief Justice of the state’s high court from 1921 to 1923, again in 1927 until his death on September 10, 1927, his nephew Harry H. Belt served with him on the court starting in 1925. George married Marian Belt in 1879, she died in 1924, he remarried in 1925 to Frances Wise

Election Committee (Hong Kong)

The Election Committee is a Hong Kong electoral college, the function of, to select the Chief Executive. Established by Annex I of the Basic Law of Hong Kong which states that "the Chief Executive shall be elected by a broadly representative Election Committee in accordance with this Law and appointed by the Central People's Government." It is formed and performs its selection function once every five years in the event of a CE not completing their term. It had 1,200 members for the 2017 election; the Election Committee has been criticised for its "small-circle" electoral basis and its composition favouring pro-Beijing and business interests. The Sino-British Joint Declaration of 1984 provides that the Chief Executive "shall be selected by elections or through consultations held locally and be appointed by the Central People's Government; the system of Election Committee established in the Basic Law to provide an indirect election for the Chief Executive by a'broadly representative' Election Committee."

Besides the first Chief Executive was elected by the 400-member Selection Committee, all Chief Executives since have been elected by the Election Committee. The New York Times wrote that sectors that were politically closer to Beijing, such as traditional Chinese medicine, were over-represented in proportion to their share of the population, when compared to sectors deemed hostile, such as social workers or lawyers. Since the electors must serve for no more than five years, a new election must occur, the Chief Executive resignation would cause an interesting matter of timing, as to whether the old or new college of electors would select the new Chief Executive. From 1998 to 2012, the 800 members of the Election Committee comprised 664 nominated from the sectors of the economy, 40 from the religious organisations, 96 ex officio members taken from the government; the number of members of the Election Committee increased from 800 to 1,200 after the breakthrough on the electoral reform in 2010 for the 2012 Chief Executive election.

After a nine-hour debate on the consultation document, the resolution which increased the size of the Election Committee won endorsement at 2:20 p.m. on 24 June by the legislature 46 votes to 13. Ten pan-democrats, including eight Democratic Party legislators, supported the proposals; the Election Committee has 4 sectors, each composed of a number of subsectors. Amongst the 38 subsectors, members of 35 subsectors are returned by elections; the Annex I of Basic Law states that the Election Committee shall be composed of 1200 members from the four sectors: Industrial and financial sectors: 300 members The professions: 300 members Labour, social services and other sectors: 300 members Members of the Legislative Council, representatives of members of the District Councils, representatives of the Heung Yee Kuk, Hong Kong deputies to the National People's Congress, representatives of Hong Kong members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference: 300 membersThe composition of the 1,200-member Election Committee, from commencement of the term of office on 1 February 2012, was 1,044 members elected from 38 sub-sectors, 60 members nominated by the religious sub-sector, 96 ex officio members.

The first sector composed of members from industrial and financial backgrounds. They are elected by corporate votes and is the highest portion of uncontested subsectors, it includes the following subsectors: The Catering Subsector is corresponding to the Catering functional constituency and contains both corporate and individual members who hold food licences and/or members of the Association such as the Association for the Hong Kong Catering Services Management, the Hong Kong Catering Industry Association and the Association of Restaurant Managers. Individual voters take the 94% of the electorate as the number of the individuals and corporates both registered as voters has grown significantly; the Catering Subsector had contested in 1998 and 2000 with the low turnout rate of 11% in both years. The Commercial Subsector has a corresponding functional constituency Commercial and consists of corporate members of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce who are allowed to vote at general meetings.

The corporate voters in the Subsector had dropped from in 1,293 in 1998 to 990 in 2006. The Subsector had contested in the 1998 and 2000 elections and the voter turnout rate were 45.34% and 30.91% respectively. The Commercial Subsector has a corresponding functional constituency Commercial and consists of individual and corporate members of the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce who are allowed to vote at general meetings; the electorate remained unchanged from 1998 to 2009 and electorates are divided between corporates and individuals. The Commercial Subsector did not have a contested election in 1998 and 2000; the Employers' Federation of Hong Kong Subsector is one of the five subsectors without a corresponding functional constituency. It is composed of corporations including banking and financial services and catering, industrial and manufacturing, insurance and business services, shipping, trading and transportation companies who are members of the Employers' Federation of Hong Kong and entitled to vote at general meetings.

There were 112 bodies registered as electors in 2000. They had a contested election in 1998 and was uncontested in 2000; the Finance Subsector is corresponding to the Finance functional constituency and consists of corporate bodies that are banks and deposit-taking companies. In 2006 there were 136 corporate bodies registered as elector

Fruit Without Love

Fruit Without Love is a 1956 West German romantic drama film directed by Ulrich Erfurth and starring Gertrud Kückelmann, Bernhard Wicki and Claus Holm. It was made at the Spandau Studios in Berlin; the film's sets were designed by Rolf Zehetbauer. Gertrud Kückelmann as Barbara Kling Bernhard Wicki as Dr. Kolb Claus Holm as Georg Kling Paul Dahlke as Prof. Schillinger Erika von Thellmann as Frau Gordenberg, Barbaras Mutter Irina Garden as Anke Siegmar Schneider Alexa von Porembsky as Anna Kurt Weitkamp as Mano, Dr. Kolbs Assistant Liesl Tirsch as Donna Pilar Hilde Volk as Edith Keppler Ruth Nimbach Alfred Cogho as Dr. Renner, Dr. Kolbs Assistant Stanislav as Frederico Lou Seitz Walter Werner Bock, Hans-Michael & Bergfelder, Tim; the Concise CineGraph. Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009. Fruit Without Love on IMDb

Pentamethylarsenic

Pentamethylarsenic is an organometalllic compound containing five methyl groups bound to an arsenic atom with formula As5. It is an example of a hypervalent compound; the molecular shape is trigonal bipyramid. The first claim to make pentamethylarsenic was in 1862 in a reaction of tetramethylarsonium iodide with dimethylzinc by A. Cahours. For many years all the reproductions of this proved fruitless, so the production proved not to be genuine, it was discovered by Karl-Heinz Mitschke and Hubert Schmidbaur in 1973. Trimethylarsine is chlorinated to trimethylarsine dichloride, which reacts with methyl lithium to yield pentamethylarsenic. As3 + Cl2 → As3Cl2 As3Cl2 + 2LiCH3 → As5 + 2LiClSide products include As4Cl and As3=CH2. Pentamethylarsenic is not produced by biological organisms. Pentamethylarsenic is otherwise unique; the bond lengths in the molecule are for the three equatorial As−C bonds 1.975 Å and the two axial As−C bonds 2.073 Å. The infrared spectrum of pentamethylarsenic shows strong bands at 582 and 358 cm−1 due to axial C-As vibration, weaker bands at 265 and 297 cm−1 due to equatorial C-As vibration.

Raman spectrum shows a strong feature at 519, 388, 113 cm−1, weak lines at 570 and 300 cm−1. Pentamethylarsenic reacts with weak acids. With water it forms tetramethylarsonium hydroxide As4OH and trimethylarsenic oxide As3O. With methanol, tetramethylmethoxyarsorane As4OCH3 is produced. Hydrogen halides react resulting in the formation of tetramethylarsonium halide salts; when pentamethylarsenic is heated to 100° it decomposes forming trimethylarsine and ethylene. When trimethylindium reacts with pentamethylarsenic in benzene solution, a salt precipitates: tetramethylarsenictetramethylindate