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Gibraltar Range National Park

Gibraltar Range is a national park in north-eastern New South Wales, Australia, 79 kilometres north-east of Glen Innes and 493 kilometres north of Sydney. The Park is part of the Washpool and Gibraltar Range area of the World Heritage Site Gondwana Rainforests of Australia inscribed in 1986 and added to the Australian National Heritage List in 2007; the park is part of the 366-square-kilometre Gibraltar Range Important Bird Area, identified as such by BirdLife International because it is a block of highland forest that supports one of only five remaining populations of the vulnerable rufous scrub-bird, as well as significant populations of green catbirds, Australian logrunners, paradise riflebirds and pale-yellow robins. Protected areas of New South Wales Pappinbarra River Camden Haven River High Conservation Value Old Growth forest Gibraltar Range National Park at the Department of Environment and Climate Change

Nikita Lyamin

Nikita Andreyevich Lyamin, or Nikita Liamin, is a Russian beach volleyball player. He competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the men's beach volleyball tournament. Nikia Lyamin started playing volleyball at the Children's and Youth Sports School of Olympic Reserve No. 4 in Nizhny Novgorod, under the guidance of his father Andrey. After finishing the sports school in 2002, Lyamin moved to the local team "Dinamo-UVO", a club in the highest Russian league. In 2004, he played three season in the farm team and two more seasons in the main team for Dynamo Moscow. Dynamo Moscow became champions at the 2007–08 Russian Volleyball Super League, but Lyamin due to low game practice quit the club. Lyamin moved to Nizhny Novgorod and became captain of Guberniya, which went on debuting in the B-division of the highest national league. In the two years, Guberniya could enter the Super League, in the 2012–13 it became one of the leading clubs in Russia. Guberniya qualified for the CEV Cup, in March 2014 it became runners-up there.

In Guberniya, Lyamin played as middle blocker, whereas in Dynamo he was outside hitter, sometimes libero. In May 2014, Lyamin discovered beach debuted at the national championships. Lyamin with partner Ivan Chirkin, who were both members of the club "Kasimov", took gold in the regional stage in Moscow and were 9th in the first main stage of the championships in Anapa. Lyamin started playing outside Russia. In early July, he and Ruslan Bykanov won silver at the Eastern European Championship in Rokiškis and debuted at the Gstaad Grand Slam in 2014; the Russian duo did not show great results at this and the following two tournaments, so Lyamin teamed up with Dmitry Barsuk. In August, Lyamin left Guberniya and concentrated on beach volleyball, his goal was to qualify for the 2016 Summer Olympics. The new duo competed on three tournaments, qualifying in Stare Jablonki and São Paulo and winning bronze at the Xiamen Open. In the new 2015 season, Lyamin injured his shoulder and in May underwent surgery, making a break in his career six months long.

He revived in December, with Barsuk became runners-up at the Riga tournament of the Eeast European Championships. Following their successful partnership, Lyamin/Barsuk qualified for the Olympics in Rio-de-Janeiro; the coaching staff of Barsuk and Lyamin supported this decision. In 17 July, the duo took the bronze medal at the Russian Championships in Sochi. At the Olympics, the Russians won, they defeated Brazilians Oliveira/Salgado. They lost in the quarterfinals to the Italians Daniele Lupo and Paolo Nicolai in a tight game, 18–21, 22–20, 11–15. After the Olympic Games, Barsuk retired from international career. In 2017, Lyamin's new partner became Viacheslav Krasilnikov, who played with Konstantin Semenov. On 18 February, the new duo won their first joint title. Lyamin and Krasilnikov entered the semifinals of the 2017 Beach Volleyball World Championships, but they lost to Austrians Clemens Doppler and Alexander Horst, they won the bronze medal after winning Christiaan Varenhorst and Maarten van Garderen, from the Netherlands.

Lyamin has a younger brother, who played youth volleyball for the club "Sormovich" from Nizhny Novgorod and "Neftyantik-2" from Orenburg. Their father, Andrey Valentinovich Lyamin, works as a volleyball coach at the Children's and Youth Sports School of Olympic Reserve No. 4. Nikita is married to a rhythmic gymnastics coach, they have two children and Antonina

Richard Jomshof

Richard Jomshof is a Swedish Sweden Democrats politician who has served as Secretary of the Sweden Democrats since January 2015. He has been a Member of the Riksdag since September 2010, he was chief editor of SD-Kuriren from 2000 to 2009. In January 2015, he was elected as Party Secretary. Jomshof is a musician, playing in the Swedish synthpop band Elegant Machinery. In an interview with Side-Line, he spoke about his involvement in the Sweden Democrats and what effect it has had on Elegant Machinery. Since the 2010 general election, Jomshof represents the Gävleborg constituency in the Riksdag. Jomshof's father is Finnish, his surname was Lohikoski until his parents divorced. BBC news with Jomshof's comments on how a member of the Swedish government shut down the SD Courier web site Elegant Machinery band members biography at elegantmachinery.de Article in Swedish newspaper Sydsvenskan about Jomshof losing his work because of his political views

Carlos Eduardo (fighter)

Carlos Eduardo is a Brazilian mixed martial artist competing in the Light Heavyweight division of Absolute Championship Berkut. A professional competitor since 2003, he has competed for Bellator, M-1 Global, he is the current Shooto Brazil Light Heavyweight Champion. Eduardo started his professional career in 2003, he fought twice in the Brazilian circuit, becoming inactive in 2005 and 2006. In 2007 he came back, alternating fights in American promotions as Extreme Challenge and Battle Cage Xtreme, Brazilian promotions as Amazon Fight and Nocaute Fight Combat, he faced opponents like the prospect and future UFC champion Jon Jones, the once Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion Erick Wanderley. Eduardo won the Shooto light heavyweight title on April 26, 2012 at Shooto Brazil 29 against Marcos Rogério de Lima, he won the fight via knockout early in the second round. He defended his title once, on July 2013 at Shooto Brazil 41 against Marcus Vinícius Lopes, he defeated Lopes via unanimous decision after three rounds.

Eduardo made his promotional debut on October 2013 at Bellator 103 against Wayman Carter. He won via submission due to a rear-naked choke in the first round. Eduardo faced UFC veteran Rodney Wallace on April 11, 2014 at Bellator 116. Eduardo lost via unanimous decision. Eduardo faced Egidijus Valavičius in the quarterfinal match of Bellator 2014 summer series light heavyweight tournament on June 6, 2014 at Bellator 121. Valavičius defeated Eduardo via split decision. On June 25, 2014, Eduardo was released from the promotion, along with 18 other fighters. In 2014, after losing two straight in Bellator, Eduardo was disconnected from the organization and lost his sponsorships. With this Cachorrão was forced to take a break in his MMA career and returned to give jiu-jitsu classes and to compete in the gentle art. After little more than a year, Eduardo back to MMA in the main event of an 1 Round Combat in his hometown and wins by submission in the second round athlete Kleber Silva, Luiz Carlos Dorea pupil.

Eduardo returned to Shooto on April 2, 2016 at Shooto Brazil 62 to face Cássio Barbosa "Jacaré" for the vacant title of the light heavyweight division. However "Jacaré" left the event to fight in a Russian event and was replaced hastily by Willyanedson Paiva, he won by submission in the first round to again become the champion of Shooto Brazil. Shooto Brazil Shooto Brazil Light Heavyweight Championship One successful title defense

Workers' Dreadnought

Workers' Dreadnought was a newspaper published by variously named political parties led by Sylvia Pankhurst. The paper was started by Pankhurst at the suggestion of Zelie Emerson, after Pankhurst had been expelled from the Women's Social and Political Union by her mother and sister; the paper was published on behalf of the newly formed East London Federation of Suffragettes. Provisionally titled Workers' Mate, the newspaper first appeared on 8 March 1914, the day of suffragette rally at which Pankhurst was due to speak, in Trafalgar Square, as The Woman's Dreadnought, with a circulation of 30,000, subsequently stated as 20,000; when the editor was imprisoned, Norah Smyth alternated as acting editor with Jack O'Sullivan. For many years, Smyth had used her photography skills to provide pictures for the newspaper of East End life of women and children living in poverty. In July 1917 the name was changed to Workers' Dreadnought, which had a circulation of 10,000, its slogan changed to "Socialism, Votes for All", in July 1918 to "For International Socialism", reflecting increasing opposition to Parliamentarism in the party.

On 19 June 1920 Workers' Dreadnought was adopted as the official weekly organ of the Communist Party. Pankhurst continued publishing the newspaper until June 1924. Workers' Dreadnought text archive - on libcom.org library

Clyde Fletcher

Clyde Leroy Fletcher was the founder and sole president of the True Church of Jesus Christ, a schismatic faction of the Church of Jesus Christ which existed from 1953 until his death in 1969. Following his demise, his few remaining adherents elected to reunite with the main Cutlerite church in Independence, Missouri. Born and raised in the Cutlerite community in Clitherall, Fletcher elected not to relocate with the main body when that group moved the church headquarters to Independence in the 1920s. Following the death of President Emery Fletcher in 1953, the Independence church, which contained the majority of Cutlerite members, elected Erle Whiting as the new President of the Church; this was in keeping with a Cutlerite tradition that passed the presidency of the church to the former leader's First Counselor, subject to the approval of the membership. Clyde Fletcher and the Cutlerite remnant in Minnesota did not approve of this step, Fletcher was accordingly elected president of his congregation in Clitherall, which he subsequently claimed to be the sole legitimate continuation of the Cutlerite organization.

Fletcher named his church the "True Church of Jesus Christ", began a lengthy court battle with the Independence organization over church properties in Minnesota. A Minnesota court ruled in favor of the Independence church in 1966, giving them sole control over all Cutlerite properties and church records. Fletcher refused to accept the legitimacy of the Independence organization and remained at the head of his church until his death in 1969. To the end of his life, he continued to claim that his was the only true Cutlerite sect, the only true church on earth. Fletcher did not change any of the distinctive beliefs of the Cutlerite church. Following Fletcher's death, the few remaining members of his organization elected to accept an offer to return to the Independence church, which led to the folding of Fletcher's church and the healing of the schism he had provoked. Fletcher, Rupert J. and Daisy Whiting, Alpheus Cutler and the Church of Jesus Christ. Church of Jesus Christ, 1974. Shields, Steven L. Divergent Paths of the Restoration.

Herald House, 2001, p. 158. Young, Biloine Whiting. Obscure Believers: The Mormon Schism of Alpheus Cutler. Pogo Press, 2002