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GameRankings

GameRankings was a video gaming review aggregator, founded in 1999 and owned by CBS Interactive. It indexed over 315,000 articles relating to more than 14,500 video games. GameRankings was discontinued in December 2019, with its staff and older reviews being merged with the similar aggregator Metacritic. GameRankings collected and linked to reviews from other websites and magazines and averages specific ones. While hundreds of reviews may get listed, only the ones that GameRankings deemed notable were used for the average. Scores were culled from numerous European sources; the site used a percentage grade for all reviews. However, because not all sites use the same scoring system, GameRankings changed all other types of scores into percentages using a straightforward conversion process; when a game accumulated six total reviews, it was given a ranking compared to all other games in the database and a ranking compared to games on its console. As of the site's closure in December 2019, the highest rated game with at least twenty reviews was Super Mario Galaxy, with 97.64% at 78 reviews.

GameRankings was shut down and redirected to Metacritic, another review aggregator, on December 9, 2019. Official website at the Wayback Machine "High Scores Matter To Game Makers, Too", The Wall Street Journal, September 20, 2007. "Video games: Aiming to please?", StarTribune, June 7, 2008. "Things that suck about video game reviews", That Videogame Blog, April 2, 2008. "Do Review Scores Really Matter?", Dpad Magazine, June 11, 2010

Ente Hridayathinte Vadakku Kizhakke Attathu

Ente Hridayathinte Vadakku Kizhakke Attathu is a 2017 Indian Malayalam short film directed by Anup Narayanan. Aneesha Ummer and Bibin Mathai are the main protagonists; the story is set up in a college where on the final day of the current batch of students. Priya and George are classmates. George is a young priest. After the dispersal of the class, Priya meets George, alone in the corridor and confesses her love to him; the rest of the film deals with an exploration of the young priest's mind and his emotional conflicts. George and Priya meet after a few years at the baptism of Priya's twin daughters. Aneesha Ummer as Priya Bibin Mathai as George Vishnu Vidhyadharan as Anil Roshan Anand as Scriptwriter Manoj M B as Professor Sangeeth Soman Newindianexpress.com remarked that "Short movie'Ente Hridayathinte Vadakku Kizhakke Attathu' goes viral."

List of early-modern women poets (UK)

This is an alphabetical list of female poets who were active in the United Kingdom before 1800. Nota bene: Poetry is the focus of this list, though many of these writers worked in more than one genre. List of early-modern women playwrights List of female poets List of feminist poets List of poets List of women rhetoricians List of women writers Lists of writers Oxford period poetry anthologies Women Writers Project Women's writing in English Backscheider and John Richetti, eds. Popular Fiction by Women, 1660-1730: An Anthology. Oxford: OUP, 1996. Blain, Virginia, et al. eds. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English. New Haven and London: Yale UP, 1990. Buck, Claire, ed; the Bloomsbury Guide to Women's Literature. Prentice Hall, 1992. Greer, Germaine, ed. Kissing the Rod: an anthology of seventeenth-century women's verse. Farrar Straus Giroux, 1988. Lonsdale, Roger ed. Eighteenth-Century Women Poets: An Oxford Anthology. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Oxford: OUP, 2004. Robertson, Fiona, ed. Women's Writing, 1778-1838. Oxford: OUP, 2001. Todd, Janet, ed. British Women Writers: a critical reference guide. London: Routledge, 1989. 17th Century Women Poets Biographical and bibliographical information on selected poets British Women Romantic Poets An electronic collection of texts for the period. The Brown University Women Writers Project Emphasis is on pre-Victorian women writers. A Celebration of Women Writers A major focus of this site is the development of on-line editions of older rare, out-of-copyright works. Emory Women Writers Resource Project A collection of texts by women writing from the seventeenth century through the early twentieth century. List of biographical dictionaries Collectively, the resources at this site provide information about any 17th-century British women writer one could imagine. Luminarium An online Anthology of English Literature A Time-Line of English Poetry from Old English to Post Modern Representative Poetry Online Includes an index of 4,079 English poems by 618 poets, with bibliographies and literary criticism.

Romantic Circles, a refereed scholarly website devoted to the study of Romantic-period literature and culture

Our World, Our Way

Our World, Our Way is the third and final studio album by Dem Franchize Boyz. It was their only album on Koch Records, was released September 30, 2008; the album's first single is "Talkin' Out da Side of Ya Neck!." Other tracks on the album "Mr. Feel Good" and "Turn Heads". Bangladesh, the producer of "Bossy" by Kelis, produced "Talkin' Out da Side of Ya Neck," released as a single in January. Others involved in the project include members of the group Pretty producer Maestro, it was announced that the group has been released from capitol and has signed to Koch Records, where the album will have a new name and a new release date. The current single from the album is a collaboration with R&B singer Lloyd; the song premiered on August 12, 2008 and the video premiered on Yahoo! Music on August 28. "Get Cha Hustle On" "Put U On" "Mr. Feel Good" "Come Come" "Shawty Foreal" "Talkin' Out da Side of Ya Neck!" "Turn Heads" "Roll Ya Arms" "#1 Girl" "Make Ya Mad" "The Life" "I'm Fresh" "The Killers, The Dealers" "It's a Go" "Choosin'"

2018 Union budget of India

The 2018 Union budget of India was the annual financial statement, demand for grants, appropriation bill and finance bill of India for the financial year 2018–19. It was presented to Parliament on 1 February 2018 by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley; the 2018 budget was considered to be a crucial one, as it would be the first since the rollout of the Goods and Service Tax regime in India. It was expected that the budget would either increase the exemption limit, or introduce a standard deduction for salaried people to reduce the tax burden, in addition to a reduction of the tax rate for the ₹5 lakh –₹10 lakh slab from 20% to 10%, an increase in the 30% band above ₹10 lakh; the budget came on the heels of a cut in the corporate tax rate in the United States. Printing of the budget began on 20 January 2018 with the traditional Halwa ceremony; the budget contained a number of significant announcements. It included a healthcare programme called the National Health Protection Scheme to cover 10 crore poor families.

The Government proposed to contribute 12% to the Employees' Provident Fund for new employees for three years. It was proposed that the medical allowance and transportation allowance be replaced by a standard deduction of ₹40,000 for salaried employees; the allocation to the Ministry of Defence was ₹404,365 crore, with ₹195,947.55 crore to be spent on the day-to-day running of the armed forces, ₹99,563.86 crore on modernisation, with the rest being allocated for pensions. There was no reduction in personal income tax rates, the Cess on income tax was to be increased from 3% to 4%. A 10% tax on long-term capital gains was reintroduced after a 14-year absence; the Corporate tax was reduced from 30% to 25% for companies with turnover up to ₹250 crore. Customs duties were increased for various products. A special scheme to tackle air pollution in Delhi was introduced; the salaries of Members of Parliament were doubled and their total emoluments are to go up from Rs 1.4 lakh to Rs 2.3 lakh per month.

Further, the salaries will be increased every five years. Reaction to the budget was mixed-to-positive. Political reaction to the budget was mixed. Bharatiya Janata Party leader and Prime Minister, Narendra Modi said that the budget is "development-friendly," focused on the needs of the rural areas and will strengthen the vision of a "new-India"; the Congress leader, former prime minister and noted economist Manmohan Singh suggested that the arithmetic behind the budget was "faulty". The general secretary of the Communist Party of India, Sitaram Yechury said the budget was "unconnected to ground realities". Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Sri. N. Chandra Babu Naidu is not satisfied with the budget planning as it ignored the special status and special package for the state. Aam Aadmi Party leader and chief minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal said on Twitter that the budget contained nothing for the middle class and traders. Chief Minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, Janta Dal leader, praised the budget for the proposals on minimum support price for farmers and the healthcare scheme.

Congress leader and former finance minister P. Chidambaram said that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had failed the fiscal consolidation test, that there was no relief for the average taxpayer. Both of India's national indices, the BSE SENSEX and NIFTY 50, fell in the aftermath of the budget; the government, said that the fall in the stock market was not due to the budget. Finance and Revenue Secretary, Dr. Hasmukh Adhia said that fall in stock indices was due to global market meltdown, not because of the reintroduction of LTCG tax, he added the government will look into the slump. Credit rating agency, said that the budget, whilst supporting growth, does not address the problem of fiscal consolidation, leaves the problem of India's weak finances, to the next government. Economic Affairs Secretary, Subhash Chandra Garg, that the government would try to convince credit rating agencies, like Standard and Poor's and Fitch, on its commitments to fiscal consolidation

Samuel Hulse

Field Marshal Sir Samuel Hulse, GCH was a British Army officer. He saw his first active duty during the Gordon Riots in June 1780 before commanding the 1st Battalion of the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards at key battles of the Flanders Campaign during the French Revolutionary Wars, he commanded the 1st Guards Brigade at a battle and joined the retreat into Germany during the closing stages of the Flanders Campaign. He took part in the Anglo-Russian invasion of Holland and returned to England to become General Officer Commanding South East District. After completing active service in the Army, he served in the household of King George IV. Born the second son of Sir Edward Hulse, 2nd Baronet and Hannah Hulse, Samuel Hulse was educated at Eton College and commissioned as an ensign in the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards on 17 December 1761, he was promoted to captain in his regiment on 12 March 1776. He saw his first active duty when he was called out to deal with the Gordon Riots in June 1780. Promoted to colonel in the army on 26 November 1782, he became Treasurer and Receiver-General to the Prince of Wales in January 1787.

Promoted to second major in his regiment on 14 March 1789, to first major in his regiment of his regiment on 11 August 1792, Hulse commanded the 1st Battalion at the Battle of Famars in May 1793 and at the Siege of Dunkirk in August 1793 during the Flanders Campaign. Promoted to major-general on 18 October 1793, he commanded the 1st Guards Brigade at the Battle of Willems in May 1794 and joined the retreat into Germany that year, he was promoted to lieutenant colonel in his regiment on 3 May 1794. After returning to England in 1795 Hulse was given command of troops in the Brighton area. Promoted to lieutenant general on 9 January 1798, he was sent to Ireland with a brigade of guards at the time of the 1798 rebellion although he was never engaged in putting down the rebellion, he took part in the Anglo-Russian invasion of Holland in August 1799 and returned to England to become General Officer Commanding South East District with promotion to full general on 25 September 1803. He commissioned the building of West Heath House at Woolwich Road in Erith around this time.

Hulse went on to be lieutenant-governor of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in 1806 and Master of the Household to the Prince of Wales in August 1812. He was appointed a Knight of the Royal Guelphic Order when the Prince ascended to the throne as King George IV in 1820 and knighted in 1821, he became Governor of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in February 1820 and Vice-Chamberlain of the Household of King George IV as well as a member of the Privy Council in May 1827. Hulse served as honorary colonel of the 56th Regiment of Foot, of the 19th Regiment of Foot and of the 62nd Regiment of Foot, he was promoted to field marshal on the occasion of the coronation of King William IV on 22 July 1830. He died at the Royal Hospital Chelsea on 1 January 1837 and was buried in the family vault at St Michael and All Angels Churchyard at Wilmington in Kent. Hulse married Charlotte. Heathcote, Tony; the British Field Marshals, 1736–1997: A Biographical Dictionary. Barnsley: Leo Cooper. ISBN 0-85052-696-5