Gavriil Kharitonovich Popov

Gavriil Kharitonovich Popov is a Russian politician and economist. He served as the mayor of Moscow from 1990 until he resigned in 1992. Born to a Greek family in Moscow, Popov graduated Moscow Lomonosov University in political economy, he joined the Soviet Communist Party in 1959 and served as a secretary of the Komsomol committee of his university. Popov remained at the faculty of economics as a graduate student docent, in 1978 became dean of the faculty. Yegor Gaidar, who would become Prime Minister of Russia, was one of his students. During Perestroika Popov became involved in politics. On April 20, 1990, he became the first democratically elected mayor of Moscow, he resigned from the CPSU that year, following Boris Yeltsin's lead at the 28th Congress. He was replaced by the vice-mayor, Yury Luzhkov. In January 2010, he and Luzhkov published an article critical of Yegor Gaidar. After 1992, Popov returned to academia, he is now president of the International University in Moscow. Timothy J. Colton.

Moscow: Governing the Socialist Metropolis. Harvard University Press. ISBN 0-674-58749-9. Marc Garcelon. Revolutionary passage: from Soviet to post-Soviet Russia, 1985-2000. Temple University Press. ISBN 1-59213-362-2. Boris Kagarlitsky. Restoration in Russia: why capitalism failed. Verso. ISBN 1-85984-962-8. Pp. 41–49. Michael McFaul, Sergei Markov; the troubled birth of Russian democracy: parties and programs. Hoover Press. ISBN 0-8179-9232-4. Pekka Sutela. Economic economic reform in the Soviet Union. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-38902-X. Pp. 89, 122-165


Medetera is a large genus of flies in the family Dolichopodidae. If Saccopheronta is a synonym of Medetera, the following species are included: Medetera aberrans Wheeler, 1899 Medetera bella Van Duzee, 1929 Medetera caffra Curran, 1927 Medetera gomwa Bickel, 1987 Medetera hirsuticosta Medetera jamaicensis Curran, 1928 Medetera luzonensis Bickel, 1987 Medetera maai Bickel, 1987 Medetera mindanensis Bickel, 1987 Medetera nigra Medetera nigrimanus Van Duzee, 1931 Medetera nudipes Medetera occidentalis Schiner, 1868 Medetera ovata Van Duzee, 1931 Medetera pallidicornis Van Duzee, 1929 Medetera parvilamellata Medetera planipes Van Duzee, 1919 Medetera pollinosa Van Duzee, 1929 Medetera pulchra Medetera quinta Medetera scaura Van Duzee, 1929 Medetera steyskali Robinson, 1975 Medetera varipes Van Duzee, 1929 Medetera vockerothi Bickel, 1985The following species are synonyms of other species: Medetera afra Curran, 1927: Synonym of Medetera simplicis Curran, 1924 Medetera carnivora Fischer von Waldheim, 1819: Synonym of Medetera diadema Medetera cilifemorata Van Duzee, 1933: Synonym of Medetera grisescens De Meijere, 1916 Medetera collini Thuneberg, 1955: Synonym of Medetera parenti Stackelberg, 1925 Medetera cryophora Séguy, 1963: Synonym of Medetera murina Becker, 1917 Medetera dendrophila Becker, 1917: Synonym of Medetera pallipes Medetera hawaiiensis Van Duzee, 1933: Synonym of Medetera grisescens De Meijere, 1916 Medetera idahoensis Harmston & Knowlton, 1943: Synonym of Medetera crassivenis Curran, 1928 Medetera intermedia Van Duzee, 1928: Synonym of Medetera veles Loew, 1861 Medetera lachaisei Couturier, 1986: Synonym of Dolichophorus luteoscutatus Medetera longimana Van Duzee, 1933: Synonym of Medetera californiensis Wheeler, 1899 Medetera minuta von Roser, 1840: Synonym of Medetera plumbella Meigen, 1824 Medetera nigricans Meigen, 1824: Synonym of Medetera jacula Medetera nuortevai Thuneberg, 1955: Synonym of Medetera pinicola Kowarz, 1878 Medetera obsoleta Negrobov & Thuneberg, 1971: Synonym of Medetera aeneiventris Van Duzee, 1933 Medetera orbiculata Van Duzee, 1932: Synonym of Medetera apicalis Medetera palmae Hardy, 1939: Synonym of Medetera grisescens De Meijere, 1916 Medetera perplexa: Synonym of Acropsilus niger Medetera piceae Ounap, 1997: Synonym of Medetera pinicola Kowarz, 1878 Medetera robusta Loew, 1857: Synonym of Medetera obscura Medetera robusta Ounap, 1997: Synonym of Medetera obscura Medetera ruficornis Strobl, 1898: Renamed to Medetera negrobovi Gosseries, 1989 Medetera rutilans Parent, 1935: Synonym of Medetera maynei Curran, 1925 Medetera sinuata Parent, 1928: Synonym of Coeloglutus concavus Aldrich, 1896 Medetera subglauca Becker, 1917: Synonym of Medetera signaticornis Loew, 1857 Medetera tertia Becker, 1917: Synonym of Medetera muralis Meigen, 1824 Medetera turneri Parent, 1934: Synonym of Saccopheronta caffra Medetera vanschuytbroecki Gosseries, 1989: Synonym of Saccopheronta arnaudi Negrobov, Vanschuytbroeck & Grichanov, 1981 Medetera wheeleri Foote, Coulson & Robinson, 1965: Synonym of Medetera veles Loew, 1861 Medetera zairensis Dyte & Smith, 1980: Synonym of Saccopheronta caffra The following species have been moved to other genera: Medetera austrofemoralis Bickel, 1987: moved to Medeterella Medetera demeteri: moved to Demetera Medetera femoralis Becker, 1922: moved to Medeterella Medetera kokodensis Bickel, 1987: moved to Demetera Medetera luteoscutata Parent, 1936: moved to Dolichophorus Medetera macalpinei Bickel, 1987: moved to Demetera Medetera malaisei Bickel, 1987: moved to Demetera Medetera malayensis Bickel, 1987: moved to Medeterella Medetera melanesiana Bickel, 1987: moved to Demetera Medetera mooneyensis Bickel, 1987: moved to Medeterella Medetera morobensis Bickel, 1987: moved to Demetera Medetera nigrohalterata Parent, 1932: moved to Medeterella Medetera niuginiensis Bickel, 1987: moved to Demetera Medetera olivacea De Meijere, 1916: moved to Medeterella Medetera pospelovi Grichanov, 1997: moved to Medeterella Medetera pseudofemoralis Bickel, 1987: moved to Medeterella Medetera rhetheura Bickel, 1987: moved to Demetera Medetera salomonis Parent, 1941: moved to Medeterella Medetera vegrandis Frey, 1925: moved to Micromorphus

Don Barnhart

Don Barnhart Jr is an American comedian, actor and filmmaker who stars in his own nightly comedy show in Las Vegas author, actor and hypnotist. Barnhart just released his new Dry Bar Comedy Special "The Spinal Disintegration of Man" from VidAngel, going viral and has his own nightly residency in Las Vegas. Barnhart stars in the documentary I Am Battle Comic about the importance of entertaining the troops around the world and was the inspiration for the movie, he directed and stars in Jokesters TV, The Freedom of Speech Comedy Series, The Ice House Anniversary Show, The DeEvolution of Man, Class Clowns, China Dolls and more. Barnhart appears in Tribute to Fluffy, plays a psychotic mad man in Max Justice and appeared in the indie film Vicious Lips, he supported his rise in comedy by doing background work in Apollo 13, In The Army Now and Friends. Barnhart's is an award-winning comedian and when he's not on tour, Don has his own nightly show in Las Vegas at The OYO Hotel & Casino, he stars in Class Clowns and the upcoming film Reefer Rendum.

His first credits were during the comedy boom of the 80s appearing in MTV's 1/2 Hour Comedy Hour, An Evening at The Improv and Star Search. He is a Certified Hypnotist and published author and founder of The Las Vegas Comedy Institute where he teaches stand up, improv and comedy writing to the next generation of comedy stars, he stars in Finding The Funny, the documentary on teaching stand up comedy directed by John Bizarre. Don Barnhart is the owner and resident headliner at Jokesters Comedy Club features which features a rotating cast of professional comics and some of the best local talent opening the show. Jokesters Comedy Club showcases comedians from around the world and many that you may have seen on Comedy Central, HBO, The Tonight Show, Dry Bar Comedy, Late Night, BET, Netflix, The Bob & Tom Show, Howard Stern, YouTube and more. Since opening, Jokesters Comedy Club received the "Best Comedy Club" Silver Award from the Las Vegas Review Journal, named "Best New Show" by and last summer, Mayor Carolyn Goodman proclaimed Jokesters Day in Las Vegas celebrating their 1000th show.

Mayor Goodman congratulated Barnhart saying, "Special thanks are extended to Don Barnhart and all performers for entertaining residents and visitors. Please keep the laughs coming as we offer best wishes for the next 1,000 shows and beyond." Audiences say. "Don Barnhart is a refreshing voice in the standup genre as he mixes a blend of hysterically funny and topical insights about our life and the world around us, pushing the boundaries of the PC culture without being offensive using well-written material delivering it with an improvisational flair." For years, Barnhart has made a living headlining the top Comedy Clubs, cruise ships, corporate events, shows for the military and venues in Las Vegas and Don has notoriously performed clean and now he's letting loose and pulling no punches. He added, "I've always felt that dirty comics aren't always funny but funny comics can be dirty." Https:// Template:Don Barnhart Template:Jokesters Las Vegas Battle Comics Web Site Don Barnhart on IMDb