Glen Robert Moss is a New Zealand goalkeeper who plays in the A-League for Newcastle Jets FC, New Zealand at international level. In August 2007, Moss signed a two-year contract with A-League newcomers, the Wellington Phoenix as their starting goalkeeper. In his first season, he made 20 appearances out of the 21 league games and earned a reputation as a top goalkeeper, was seen as one of the league's best shot-stoppers; however and dips in form during 2008–09 saw him share the starting jersey with fellow All Whites goalkeeper Mark Paston, making just 13 appearances and keeping 3 clean sheets. After impressive performances for club and country, Moss attracted interest from A-League champions Melbourne Victory. Moss signed with the Victory for the 2009–10 season as their first choice goalkeeper, but lacklustre performances midway through the season after featuring in the opening 14 rounds of the season saw him overtaken by young-gun Mitchell Langerak as the Melbourne No. 1. On 19 July it was announced Moss had signed a 2-year deal with Gold Coast United replacing Jess Vanstrattan who had moved to Central Coast Mariners and made his debut on 8 August 2010 against Brisbane Roar.
On 28 March 2012 it was announced he had signed a 3-year contract with A-League club Wellington Phoenix. Moss has earned national selection at Under-23 and All Whites international level, he was selected for the U-23's in 2004 to compete in the 2004 OFC Men's Olympic Football Tournament, the qualification tournament for the 2004 Summer Olympics. Moss gained his first international recognition when called up for the New Zealand squad for a friendly match against Iran in October 2003, however he did not earn his first cap until a 1–0 win over Malaysia in February the following year. Moss was named in New Zealand's 2009 Confederations Cup squad to travel to South Africa where he played in all three games against Spain, South Africa and Iraq, where he kept a clean sheet and earned the All Whites a 0–0 draw – New Zealand's first point in a major FIFA competition. In November 2008, Moss was handed a 4-match World Cup ban after swearing at referee Lencie Fred in a dead-rubber 2010 World Cup qualification match against Fiji.
He was replaced by Mark Paston for the two World Cup play-off matches against Bahrain at the end of 2009. Following New Zealand's qualification for the World Cup, the ban meant Moss would miss the opening two group games. On 10 May 2010, Moss was named in New Zealand's final 23-man squad to compete at the World Cup, but saw no action as in a reversal of roles, Paston played all of the All Whites' three games, keeping a clean sheet in the final game against Paraguay as the team missed out on a place in the last 16 despite remaining unbeaten. New Zealand's goal tally first; as of 7 November 2014CS = Clean Sheets 1 - includes A-League final series statistics 2 - AFC Champions League statistics are included in season commencing during group stages New Zealand national football team New Zealand at the FIFA World Cup New Zealand national football team results List of New Zealand international footballers Glen Moss – FIFA competition record NZ Football Profile
John Benjamin Watkins was a Democratic politician who served as a member of the Virginia Senate twice, first representing the state's 16th district, a second time representing the 35th district, comprising Henrico, New Kent, Charles City, James City Counties and the City of Williamsburg. A businessman, Senator Watkins started a nursery with his brother in Virginia. John B. Watkins is the great-grandfather of Virginia State Senator John Watkins, who represents some of the same localities in the current Virginia Senate as well as continuing to operate the family nursery business. John B. Watkins at The Virginia Elections and State Elected Officials Database Project, 1776-2007 John B. Watkins at Find a Grave
The Eastern Conference is one of Major League Soccer's two conferences. Columbus Crew D. C. United New England Revolution New York/New Jersey MetroStars Tampa Bay MutinyChanges from 1995 Creation of Major League Soccer Columbus Crew D. C. United MetroStars Miami Fusion New England Revolution Tampa Bay MutinyChanges from 1997 The New York/New Jersey MetroStars changed their name to the MetroStars The Miami Fusion were added in the 1998 expansion D. C. United MetroStars Miami Fusion New England RevolutionChanges from 1999 The Eastern Conference changed to the Eastern Division with the creation of the new Central Division The Columbus Crew and Tampa Bay Mutiny moved into the new Central Division Chicago Fire Columbus Crew D. C. United MetroStars New England RevolutionChanges from 2001 The Eastern Division changed back to the Eastern Conference following the contraction of the Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny, resulting in the disbanding of the Central Division The Miami Fusion were contracted after the season The Chicago Fire and Columbus Crew moved in from the Central Division Chicago Fire Columbus Crew D.
C. United Kansas City Wizards MetroStars New England RevolutionChanges from 2004 The Kansas City Wizards moved in from the Western Conference Chicago Fire Columbus Crew D. C. United Kansas City Wizards New England Revolution New York Red BullsChanges from 2005 The MetroStars changed their name to the New York Red Bulls. Chicago Fire Columbus Crew D. C. United Kansas City Wizards New England Revolution New York Red Bulls Toronto FCChanges from 2006 Toronto FC was added as an expansion franchise. Chicago Fire Columbus Crew D. C. United Kansas City Wizards New England Revolution New York Red Bulls Philadelphia Union Toronto FCChanges from 2009 Philadelphia Union was added as an expansion franchise. Chicago Fire Columbus Crew D. C. United Houston Dynamo New England Revolution New York Red Bulls Philadelphia Union Sporting Kansas City Toronto FCChanges from 2010 The Kansas City Wizards changed their name to Sporting Kansas City; the Houston Dynamo moved from the Western Conference to the Eastern Conference.
Chicago Fire Columbus Crew D. C. United Houston Dynamo Montreal Impact New England Revolution New York Red Bulls Philadelphia Union Sporting Kansas City Toronto FCChanges from 2011 Montreal Impact was added as an expansion franchise Chicago Fire Columbus Crew SC D. C. United Montreal Impact New England Revolution New York Red Bulls New York City FC Orlando City SC Philadelphia Union Toronto FCChanges from 2014 New York City FC and Orlando City SC added as expansion franchises. Sporting Kansas City and Houston Dynamo move to Western Conference Columbus Crew adds "SC" to the official team name. Atlanta United FC Chicago Fire Columbus Crew SC D. C. United Montreal Impact New England Revolution New York Red Bulls New York City FC Orlando City SC Philadelphia Union Toronto FCChanges from 2016 Atlanta United FC added as an expansion franchise. Atlanta United FC Chicago Fire Columbus Crew SC FC Cincinnati D. C. United Montreal Impact New England Revolution New York Red Bulls New York City FC Orlando City SC Philadelphia Union Toronto FCChanges from 2018 FC Cincinnati added as an expansion franchise.
Atlanta United FC Chicago Fire Columbus Crew SC FC Cincinnati D. C. United Inter Miami CF Montreal Impact New England Revolution New York Red Bulls New York City FC Orlando City SC Philadelphia Union Toronto FCChanges from 2019 Inter Miami CF added as an expansion franchise. Note: The Conference finals were a best-of-three series through 2001. Matches tied after regulation were decided by a shootout. In 2002, a similar format was used except that draws were allowed and the team earning the most points advanced. From 2003 through 2011, the finals were a single match. Matches tied after regulation moved to extra time a shootout if necessary. Beginning in 2012, the finals were a two-match aggregate series; the away goals rule for series that finished on aggregate was first implemented in 2014. Extra time and shootouts are used. In 2019, the final returned to a single match format, hosted by the highest ranked team through the regular season. W – Western Conference team. ^ – MLS did not have draws until the 2000 season.
† – Miami Fusion were declared winners of the Eastern Division in 2001 after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks forced the cancellation of the rest of the regular season. The MLS Cup Playoffs began on September 20. 1996: D. C. United 1997: D. C. United 1999: D. C. United 2004: D. C. United 2008: Columbus Crew 2013: Sporting Kansas City 2017: Toronto FC 2018: Atlanta United FC Western Conference Central Division Complete MLS History
Peter Deilmann Cruises was a German cruise company which offered river cruises throughout Europe and several ocean cruises. It was headquartered in Neustadt in Germany; the founder Peter Deilmann began by chartering coasters in 1968. In 1973 he started his first passenger service between Neustadt and Ronne using the small ferry Nordlicht. In 1976 and 1978 he acquired the elderly passenger ships Gripen and Frisia II to start a ferry service between Neustadt and Rodby. In 1976, Deilmann acquired the Norwegian Rost and started a pioneer service between West and East Germany. Nordbrise was used for his first cruise venture in Greenland. In 1979, Deilmann ordered the Berlin, she was owned by a consortium of German investors, Deilmann only had a minority share. Whilst awaiting delivery, he bought the Regina Maris, sold to Kuwait in 1982 for conversion into a large private yacht. Berlin was chartered for far-eastern service as the Princess Mahsuri between 1982-85; the Deilmann charter of Berlin ended in 2004.
In 1983, Deilmann acquired the Donauprinzessin. In 1994 the first sailing cruise ship, the Lili Marleen was acquired; the impressive Deutschland was delivered in 1998. Following the insolvency of Peter Deilmann Reederei GmbH & Co. KG in 2009, with up to ten ocean and river cruise ships last, which had a turnover of around 50 million euros and around 50,000 passengers transported, was after the reestablishment of Reederei Peter Deilmann GmbH from 1 January 2010, the shipping company activity resumed. In October 2010, the new shipping company acquired a majority stake of the German industrial holding AURELIUS AG, which sold its stake to a minority share in early 2013 to the Callista Private Equity. On January 20, 2015, the insolvency administrator had canceled all scheduled tours of Germany; the last and unique ship MS Deutschland was sold in May 2015 to the Las Vegas United States Investor Donald Hoffman of Absolute Nevada LLC, who chartered the ship to Plantours for 4 cruises and since September 2015 to Semester at Sea.
It followed a non more existent Administrative domain in Internet. The company has been closed by the courts, a court appointed a lawyer, settling the outstanding accounts with the money received from the sale of the last ship, about one third of about 60 million loan, the holders lost, once all matters have been settled and approved by the court – which can take many months – all activities were to close down, due bankruptcy and all remained costs to be paid. 1980-2004 > MV Berlin 1998-2015 > MS Deutschland. 1994-2004 > MSV Lili Marleen 1976-1984 > MV Nordbrise 1973-1985 > MV Nordlicht 1978-1985 > MV Nordpaloma 1976-1984 > MV Nordschau 1974-1977 > MV Nordwelle 1980-1983 > MV Regina Maris Due to the weak economy, Peter Deilmann shut down their River Cruise Division in 2010. The vessels of the former fleet were: 2001-2009 > MV Casanova 1999-2009 > MV Cézanne 1983-2006 > MV Donauprinzessin 1994-2009 > MV Dresden 2002-2009 > MV Frederic Chopin 2004-2009 > MV Heidelberg 2000-2009 > MV Katharina von Bora 1998-2008 > MV Königstein 1993-2009 > MV Mozart 1992-2008 > MV Princesse De Provence 1991-2008 > MV Prinzessin von Preussen Around 2000 the cruise line made about $100 million United States dollars per year.
In 2009 in the United Kingdom Peter Deilmann Cruises joined the Truly Independent Professional Travel Organisation marketing consortium, becoming its 16th member. The company chartered the ill-fated Air France Flight 4590, the Concorde flight from Charles de Gaulle International Airport near Paris, France, to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, New York, United States which crashed on 25 July 2000 at Gonesse, killing all one hundred passengers and nine crew on board the flight, four people on the ground; the flight was chartered by Peter Deilmann Cruises and nearly all passengers were on their way to board the MS Deutschland cruise ship in New York City for a 16-day cruise to South America. MS Deutschland Not more existent in Internet Peter Deilmann Reederei Not more existent in Internet Peter Deilmann
Kartik Seshadri is an Indian sitar player and teacher of Indian classical music. He is the director of the Indian Classical Music Ensemble at the University of California, San Diego. Seshadri was born in Madras, India in 1957. At age 6 he began playing the sitar; when he was 18 he began studying with sitarist Pandit Ravi Shankar, toured and performed with his guru. In 2005 and 2010, Seshadri collaborated with prominent composer Philip Glass on the critically acclaimed Orion project. Seshadri performs extensively ranging from international venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, the Melbourne International Arts Festival in Australia, to venues in India such as the Dover Lane Music Conference, ITC/SRA, Sawai Gandharva and Saptak Sammelans in India. Seshadri has received many awards and accolades for his music including his June 2012 nomination as the "artist of the month" by the prestigious Sangeeth Research Academy in Kolkata and his most recent award from the Federation of Indian Associations for his vision and contribution to the field of Music and Art.
Kartik Seshadri Official Website Kartik Seshadri Academy for Indian Classical Music
Henric Ștefan Streitman was a Romanian journalist and political figure, who traversed the political spectrum from socialism to the far-right. He was a physicist, social commentator and publisher, known for both his polemical stances and his erudition. Struggling financially, Streitman set up several short-lived periodicals, involved himself in the cultural and political debates, from 1889 to the time of his death. In his early years, he was a promoter of natural selection ideas, a translator of Marxist and naturalist literature. A Romanian Jew who only preserved loose links with Judaism, Streitman left socialism behind before World War I, moving closer to the National Liberal Party, working alongside Ion G. Duca and Constantin Banu, he affiliated with the People's Party, serving two terms in the Senate of Romania, where he represented Bukovina. He associated with figures on the Romanian far-right, including Octavian Goga and Pamfil Șeicaru, joined the National Agrarian Party in 1932. However, in the late 1930s, the ascent of antisemitism put his political career on hold.
Streitman turned to collaboration with the military-fascist dictatorship of Ion Antonescu during World War II, becoming president of the Central Jewish Office. This assignment pitted him against non-collaborationists such as A. L. Zissu. However, his was a ceremonial office, with many of its functions supplanted by the executive leader, Nandor Gingold. Streitman survived the war by a few years, unlike Gingold, was never brought before the Romanian People's Tribunals. Streitman was a native of Piatra Neamț town, located in mountainous Western Moldavia, he was born into the Judaic religion, converted to Romanian Orthodoxy in life, but was again a practicing Jew by 1941. Like the majority of Romanian Jews living before 1920, Streitman was non-emancipated and not yet eligible for Romanian citizenship. Young Streitman was tutored, in both German and French, by the Count Jurawski, a Polish refugee; as he recalled decades "the all-knowing, all-forgiving" Jurawski was an amateur scientist who introduced his pupils, Moldavians in general, to Lamarckism and Darwinism.
Enrolled at high school, Streitman followed Romanian politics, was close to the budding socialist movement of students. In 1889, he began collaborating with Garabet Ibrăileanu's journal Școala Nouă, appearing alongside the young socialists Izabela Andrei, Panait Mușoiu, Raicu Ionescu-Rion, his articles covered a vast category of subjects, introducing the Romanian public to developments in sociology, hard science, philology. The only speaker of German in that group, he is by some as the author of articles signed I. Chilieanu. Both the anonymous article and Streitman's signed pieces discuss the differences between literary naturalism and realism, the naturalism vs. "pornography" debate of the 1880s. Streitman was educated abroad, trained in several fields, he studied physics and chemistry at the universities of Göttingen, Berlin, at the Technical College Stuttgart. Although he had become an expatriate, he continued to send his articles to Școala Nouă, before it succumbed in May 1890. In Germany, Streitman was university colleagues with several prominent Romanian intellectuals of various political hues: Barbu Brănișteanu, Gheorghe Gh.
Longinescu, Simion Mehedinți, Alexandru Tzigara-Samurcaș, etc. He traveled out of Central Europe, heard lectures in philosophy at Rome University, he obtained a Sc. D. in physical chemistry, a license degree in Philosophy. The young writer made his full debut in journalism in 1894, when he contributed to the radical-liberal newspaper Românul. However, he was by affiliated with the Sotir Circle of socialists and began contributing to the socialist magazine, Munca. Among his colleagues there was Rachel Vermont, who became his wife. Together, they circulated translations of scientific and scientistic literature. In 1894, Henric and Rachel Streitman published the first volume of Max Nordau's Degeneration; the pair highlighted the connections between Nordau and socialism, but introduced footnotes claiming to correct the author for his disagreements with Marxism. A year the literary duo returned with a version of August Bebel's Woman. Streitman's work was soon acknowledged in the literary profession, discussed by Constantin Stamatin-Nazone in his 1894 essay Profilurĭ.
As argued by historian of journalism G. Brătescu, Streitman impressed and influenced the greats of Romanian journalism with his "subtle, ironic, doubting indulgent" writing style. Moreover, Brătescu writes, Streitman was an "erudite" and a competent reader of both secular and religious literature. However, his political views were the subject of controversy: in June 1900, Streitman and Petre I. Sturdza traveled to Budapest, attending the premiere of Radu D. Rosetti's play, O lecție, being fêted by Hungarian journalists. According to Gazeta Transilvaniei, this implied that Streitman had "Hungarian sympathies", had thus befriended Romania's rivals. In 1902, Streitman followed up with the booklet Oamenii zilei. Instantanee, signing it with the pen name Almaviva. In February 1903, he was naturalized Romanian by special vote of the Senate. For a while, he affiliated with the Romanian Society for Literature and Arts, an abortive professional organization, noted for attempting to group under one roof the Romanian writers and their non-eman