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WJSP-FM is the Georgia Public Broadcasting Public radio station serving Columbus and all of west-central Georgia. It shares a radio tower with GPB TV station WJSP-TV just outside Warm Springs, its city of license; the station was one of the first GPB radio stations, first broadcasting in 1984. Unlike some of the other stations in the system, WJSP-FM only simulcasts the GPB radio network, with no local programs. For some years, the station was heard in Atlanta on W264AE FM 100.7, until it was forced permanently off-air in 2001 by commercial radio station WWWQ (now WNNX FM 100.5, which relocated from Anniston, Alabama, on an adjoining frequency. This left the GPB headquarters city without its own station, forced WGHR to go permanently off-air as well. However, WABE FM 90.1 and to some extent WCLK FM 91.9 air NPR/PRI programming, classical and jazz music to metro Atlanta. WJSP-FM was relayed by an additional three broadcast translators to widen its broadcast area. Georgia Public Broadcasting Query the FCC's FM station database for WJSP Radio-Locator information on WJSP Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WJSP

Boris Tomashevsky

Boris Viktorovich Tomashevsky was a Russian Formalist literary critic, theorist of poetry, textual analyst, historian of Russian literature, Pushkin scholar and writer. He was a member of the OPOJAZ and the Union of Soviet Writers. Tomashevsky was unable to attend the Polytechnical Institute, he received training in statistics and electrical engineering in Liège and Paris and took classes at Sorbonne. Upon returning to Russia he came out with his first publications on questions of engineering and on literary themes in 1915, he associated with the social circle connected with the journal Apollo. He participated in World War I, fighting on the Austrian front from 1915 to 1918. At the end of the war he worked in Moscow. Moving to Petrograd, he joined the Art History Institute in 1921 but moved to the Pushkin House, where he managed the manuscript department in 1946-57 and the department of Pushkin studies in 1957, he started giving lectures on text analysis, literary theory, the work of Pushkin at the State Institute of Art History, From 1924 he taught in the department of Russian literature at Leningrad University.

He was buried in Gurzuf. Tomashevsky was involved in compiling the Ushakov Dictionary and supervised the first Soviet editions of Pushkin's and Dostoyevsky's collected works, he supervised the editing of A. N. Ostrovsky's collected works, A. P. Chekhov's selected texts, the entire academic collection of Pushkin's collected works, he helped establish the Pushkin Museum in Gurzuf He participated in the в составлении словаря языка Пушкина and editing of Pushkin's "Literary Heritage" volumes. He helped with a number of publications of texts by poets from the eighteenth to the early nineteenth centuries in a series called "Library of a Poet." He wrote major works on versification, stylistics, text analysis, Pushkin studies, French poetry. He wrote Pushkin. Contemporary Problems of historical literary study in 1925, his monograph Theory of Literature published in 1925, was the first systematic exposition of Formalist doctrine. Another important theoretical work is the Book: An Outline of Textology, he was interested in the theory of versification.

In his metrical studies, following in the footsteps of Andrey Bely, he applied statistical procedures to the study of Russian poetry and succeeded in "raising versification to a quantified science". His other major works include On Poetry, A Short Course in Poetics, many articles. Tomashevsky's works have been translated into several languages

Denmark–Montenegro relations

DenmarkMontenegro relations refers to the current and historical relations between Denmark and Montenegro. Denmark is represented in Montenegro through its embassy in Belgrade and have an honorary consulate in Podgorica. Montenegro is represented in Denmark through its embassy in Serbia. Denmark recognized Montenegro on 15 June 2006 and diplomatic relations were established same day. Denmark assists Montenegro under the Neighborhood Programme; the assistance focuses on agricultural production. Both countries have signed an agreement about protection of investments. Denmark supports Montenegro in the European Union. Danish Foreign Minister stressed: " Denmark supports integration of the Western Balkan countries which would result in a more safe and a more united Europe, as well as that it would continue arguing for the principle of individual assessment of the countries which aspire to become members of the EU." Nicholas I of Montenegro Vida Ognjenović

Philipp Jakob Cretzschmar

Philipp Jakob Cretzschmar was a German physician. Cretzschmar was studied medicine at the University of Würzburg, he taught zoology at the Senckenberg Medical Institute of Frankfurt. Cretzschmar was the founder and second director of the Senckenberg Natural History Society in 1817. One of the founding members of the society was Eduard Rüppell, the two men collaborated in publishing the results of Rüppell's explorations in Africa; the Atlas zu der reise im nördlichen Afrika included an ornithological section by Cretzschmar describing around thirty new species, including Meyer's parrot, Nubian bustard, Goliath heron, streaked scrub warbler and Cretzschmar's bunting. In the field of mammalogy, he is the binomial author of the scimitar-horned oryx and Soemmerring's gazelle; the "Cretzschmar-Medaille" is an award offered by the Senckenberg foundation for outstanding work in natural sciences

Sociedad Anónima Deportiva

Sociedad anónima deportiva is a special type of public limited company in Spain. The new legal status was introduced in 1990 to improve financial management and transparency in sports clubs. Many Spanish football and basketball clubs add the suffix S. A. D. to the end of their official name, e.g. Club Atlético de Madrid, S. A. D.. Every club which plays in Segunda División or Liga ACB and remains in the league is obliged to convert to S. A. D. Status. For historical reasons, Athletic Club, FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and Osasuna were allowed to retain their status as non-commercial sports associations. List of football clubs in Spain Sociedade Anónima Desportiva List of SAD at CSD website | sport business website