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Grant County, Oklahoma

Grant County is a county located on the northern border of the U. S. state of Oklahoma. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,527, its county seat is Medford. Designated as part of the Cherokee Outlet, it was named County L in Oklahoma Territory at the time of its opening to non-Indian settlement. A county election renamed it for U. S. President Ulysses S. Grant. Grant County was part of the Cherokee Nation's Cherokee Outlet until it was opened to non-Indian settlers in response to public demand on September 16, 1893. Settlers named the county after President Ulysses S. Grant in a general election held November 6, 1894. Congress designated this area as County L in Oklahoma Territory, with the county seat at Pond Creek. Medford became the county seat through an election held on May 27, 1908; the Chicago and Nebraska Railway built a railroad from northern Kansas through Grant County in 1889 and 1890. In 1897 the Gulf Railroad linked Manchester, Wakita and Deer Creek. At the start of the 20th Century the Blackwell and Southwestern Railroad passed through Lamont.

Still the Denver and Gulf Railroad reached Nash. The railroads gave the county access to markets in the northern and eastern U. S. helping turn the county into a major agriculture and cattle producer. At statehood, the principal crops were wheat, oats and forage sorghum; the county had more than fourteen thousand each of hogs and cattle as well as thirteen thousand horses. Bethel was the site of a post office in Grant County that existed from March 12, 1895, until November 2, 1895. Florence was the site of a post office in Grant Co. that existed prior to 1908 but ceased to exist about 1920, after the post office closed, per information acquired in researching an ancestor, Isaac Arnold, post-master in Florance from August 1908 to 1920. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,004 square miles, of which 1,001 square miles is land and 2.7 square miles is water. Most of the county is drained by the Salt Fork of its tributaries; the Chikaskia River flows southeast from Kansas into the county's northeastern corner crosses east into Kay County.

The county is by the U. S. state of Kansas on the north Sumner County and Harper County, Kansas. Adjacent counties in Oklahoma are Kay County to the east, Garfield County to the south, Alfalfa County to the west. U. S. Route 60 U. S. Route 64 U. S. Route 81 State Highway 11 State Highway 11A State Highway 74 State Highway 132 Alfalfa County Garfield County Harper County, Kansas Kay County Noble County Sumner County, Kansas As of the 2010 census, the county's population was 4,527, a 12 percent decline from 5,144 at the 2000 census; the population density was 4.5 people per square mile. There were 2,622 housing units at an average density of 3 per square mile. More than 90 percent of residents self-identified as white. Less than 3 percent of residents self-identified as Native American and less than 2 percent self-identified as Hispanic or Latino of any race. Less than 1 percent of the population self-identified as Black or African American, Asian, or Pacific Islander. Less than 2 percent of the population self-identified as of a race not listed or as from two or more races.

There were 2,089 households out of which 30.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 60.4% were married couples living together, 6.3% had a female householder with no husband present, 30.30% were non-families. 28.40% of households were made up of individuals and 15.8% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.42 and the average family size was 2.95. In the county, the population was spread out with 25.2% under the age of 18, 6.50% from 18 to 24, 24.10% from 25 to 44, 22.80% from 45 to 64, 21.40% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 41 years. For every 100 females there were 94.40 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 94.80 males. The median income for a household in the county was $28,977, the median income for a family was $35,833. Males had a median income of $26,837 versus $19,036 for females; the per capita income for the county was $15,709. About 10.50% of families and 13.70% of the population were below the poverty line, including 19.60% of those under age 18 and 11.90% of those age 65 or over.

The county economy has been based on agriculture since before statehood. At statehood the principal crops included wheat, oats and forage sorghum with estimated value of $3.5 million. Farmers and ranchers had more than fourteen thousand each of hogs and cattle as well as thirteen thousand horses. Oil and gas were discovered In the early 1920s in the eastern part of the county near the Blackwell Field. On April 24, 1921, the first oil well in Grant County, was drilled near Deer Creek. Medford Pond Creek Deer Creek Gibbon Jefferson Lamont Manchester Nash Renfrow Wakita Sand Creek Wakita was featured in the 1996 blockbuster film Twister in which the town was destroyed by an F4 tornado, part of a storm system spawning an F5 tornado. False fronts were built onto the existing store fronts for pre-tornado shots and were removed and replaced with rubble in the streets for post-tornado shots; the following sites in Grant County are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Bank of Nashville, Nash Dayton School, Lamont Deer Creek General Merchandise Store

Chawri Bazar metro station

Chawri Bazar is an underground station located on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro, a rapid transit system serving Delhi and its satellite cities in the National Capital Region of India. It is located in the Chawri Bazaar locality of Old Delhi and was inaugurated on 3 July 2005 as part of the Kashmere GateCentral Secretariat corridor. Chawri Bazar is the second deepest metro station after Hauz Khas, Magenta Line of the Delhi Metro network and is situated about 30 metres below ground level, it is located close to the monuments of Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India and Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Major stations such as Delhi Junction and New Delhi Railway Station of the Indian Railways are located close to Chawri Bazar. List of Delhi Metro stations Transport in Delhi Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Delhi Suburban Railway Delhi Transport Corporation North Delhi National Capital Region List of rapid transit systems List of metro systems Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. Delhi Metro Annual Reports "Station Information".

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd.. Archived from the original on 19 June 2010. UrbanRail. Net – descriptions of all metro systems in the world, each with a schematic map showing all stations

Hardi Bujang

Hardi Bujang is a Bruneian footballer who plays as a midfielder. He played for the Brunei national football team between 2006 and 2008, winning 11 caps and scoring three goals for the Wasps. Hardi played for QAF FC from 2003 until 2015, when he joined Jerudong FC after QAF waived entry to the 2015 Brunei Super League. Between 2006 and 2009, he was a member of Brunei's sole professional team DPMM FC which played in Malaysia and Singapore, but still turned out for QAF FC domestically, he scored 18 goals for the Jerudong club to finish the 2015 season as the league's top scorer. Hardi moved to Indera SC at the start of the 2016 season as a replacement for Nur Ikhwan Othman who had transferred to DPMM FC. On 8 April, he was found guilty by the NFABD of violent conduct in the match against Kasuka FC on 27 March, abandoned after tempers frayed between the players and match officials during an incident in the 43rd minute, he was fined BND$500 and given a two-match suspension which would be doubled if he fails to pay the fine.

Hardi moved to Kota Ranger FC for the 2017 Brunei Super League season. He scored his first goal for the Rangers on 28 July against his former team Indera, he was able to win the Brunei FA Cup in the 2018-19 season. Hardi debuted for the Brunei national football team on 2 April 2006 against Sri Lanka in a 0–1 defeat, as his club QAF was representing Brunei at the 2006 AFC Challenge Cup. In 2008, he turned out for Brunei again as a DPMM FC player for the AFF Suzuki Cup qualifying and scored two goals. Hardi was with the Brunei Under-21s at the 2005 Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy. QAF FCBrunei Premier League: 2005–06, 2007–08, 2009–10 Brunei League Cup: 2007–08, 2009DPMM FCSingapore League Cup: 2009Kota Ranger FCBrunei FA Cup: 2018–19 Brunei Premier League Best Young Player of the Year: 2005-06 Brunei Super League top scorer: 2015 Hardi's twin brother Mardi is a Bruneian footballer. Both of them have played together at DPMM FC, Jerudong FC and the national team. Having both on the field has caused trouble and confusion to referees on one occasion at least.

Hardi Bujang at Soccerway


EZTV was a TV torrent distribution group founded in May 2005 and dissolved in April 2015, after a hostile takeover of their domains and brand by "EZCLOUD LIMITED". It was founded in response to btefnet via lawsuit; the group was founded by a loose coalition of volunteers and holds no formal ties to its predecessors. In the aftermath of the takedown of TVTorrents and btefnet, the BitTorrent community felt a need for a site that moderated its content; the two groups were known to never provide any fake links, a problem that used to be quite prevalent on public bittorrent sites prior to improvements in community-powered filtering in recent years. A group of volunteers gathered in the IRC channel #EZTV on the EFnet IRC network to create a TV torrent group from scratch in order to fill this void in the public bittorrent scene; the idea behind EZTV was to create a group that would pick up where its two predecessors left off while avoiding what they considered the "weak spots" that had brought them down.

This meant that EZTV should never host its own torrent files, its leadership structure should be dynamic and opaque to avoid presenting any obvious target for litigation, the group should not host or run its own tracker. In addition, it was decided that EZTV should be a purely non-profit group by never asking for money of any kind from its users and to never have advertisements to avoid "profiting from piracy" litigation; this means that EZTV is run on a volunteer basis. This clean, no-ads profile of EZTV has made the site a popular destination for the public torrent scene. During its first years of operation, EZTV hosted its site under the domain name However, in October 2007 that domain began redirecting to a Google query for "eztv". Citing "administrative issues", EZTV had lost control over that domain and has redirected users to After the Italian authorities took down the domain, users were directed towards, until the eventual demise. In April 2008 the old domain name was taken over by a different site.

By many accounts, EZTV was for a few years plagued with several periods of – sometimes prolonged – downtime. On 9 December 2014, The Pirate Bay was raided by the Swedish police, who seized servers and other equipment and resulted in EZTV going down. By the 11th of December, EZTV was releasing torrents again although the main site was not yet accessible with the regular domain, however the site could be reached through eztv proxy sites; as of 22 December 2014 EZTV was accessible again through the domain for some weeks. Since October 2007, EZTV was using the domain name. But under pressure from copyright holders, the registry lodged a complaint over some paperwork. Facing a possible confiscation of the domain name, they saw no other option than to switch to a new domain. The domain name was suspended, a couple of months was taken over by scammers attempting to claim EZTV as their own. But unlike the real EZTV domain opens windows with advertisements.

As of 25 April 2015, the and the the "semi" accepted proxy are under control of "EZCLOUD LIMITED". With the takeover of the domain and the proxy, the scam group "EZCLOUD LIMITED" started attempts to take over the online identities by impersonating them on their own clone of the original websites, further assimilating the brand name and disrupting the workings and communication of the original group and attempting to gain revenue via an unofficial EZTV Bitcoin and adverts on these hijacked sites. "EZCLOUD LIMITED" gained access to the domain via the registrar and reset Novaking's information allowing them access to the domain accounts for EZTV, using this access they hijacked the EZTV domains and locked Novaking out. The original EZTV website was retired around on 29 April 2015 with the topic of the IRC channel where EZTV was discussed saying: "DO NOT USE THE SITES! They are not ours anymore. Thanks for all the fish." As of 5 May 2015 Rarbg, BT-Chat, other sites have removed EZTV as an affiliate and are taking steps to stop "EZCLOUD LIMITED" indexing releases.

KickassTorrents, BT-Chat and The Pirate Bay have since suspended or deactivated the official EZTV accounts and added warning to the old releases ex-EZTV staff continue their warnings that people should avoid the scam site, left behind. Over the years, EZTV has participated in several partnerships. EZTV and fellow TV torrent distribution group VTV acted as competition across the board but with different approaches. Over time, however, it has become clear that the two groups cooperate in some ways since VTV distributes releases that EZTV does not do via EZTV's IRC channel and website. In summer of 2008, EZTV and the documentary torrent distribution group MVGroup initiated a partnership that saw MVG's torrents distributed by EZTV on their IRC channel and website; the agreement benefited both sides, as MVG gained increased exposure and a vastly improved seeder base while EZTV expanded the list of shows available through them. In a statement to TorrentFreak, MVGroup admins said they "would like to take this opportunity to thank EZTV in helping us continue our founder's legacy, to spread high quality educational material via p2p, to everyone, for free".

One month prior to this announcement, MVG's founder Merrin had died after prolonged illness. The Creative Commons media distributor VODO has for a long time held a prominent position on the EZTV site. EZTV was one of the first torrent groups to offer VODO exposure to their audience, along with The Pirate Bay, isoHunt and others. One notable exception to the no-fakes mechanic was a 2008 April Fools' Day prank, where a release was posted on EZTV's web

Express Wi-Fi

Express Wi-Fi is a division within Facebook Connectivity, a group of global internet connectivity initiatives by Facebook. As one of several programs under the Facebook Connectivity umbrella, it partners with mobile network operators and internet service providers to provide internet access via public Wi-Fi hotspots that are "fast and reliable". Facebook assists partners by providing a comprehensive Wi-Fi platform that partners can leverage to better manage and grow their Wi-Fi offerings; as of February 2019, Express Wi-Fi was active in Ghana, Indonesia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania. Service offered in partnership with Vodafone Ghana in various regions of Ghana. Service offered in partnership with internet service providers AirJaldi, LMES, NetVision and Shaildhar. in Rajasthan, Gujarat and Meghalaya. Service is offered in partnership with D~Net, an internet service provider, enabling Facebook and D~NET to establish a presence in city of Surabaya and Sugro, a village in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park.

Service is offered in partnership with an internet service provider. Express Wi-Fi was launched in Kenya on March 29, 2017 providing 100 Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the greater Nairobi area. Service offered in partnership with local internet service providers Tizeti. Service offered in partnership with Globe Telecom, a major provider of telecommunications services in the Philippines. Service offered in partnership with CellC, a telecommunication company in South Africa Service offered in partnership with Habari, an internet service provider. In August 2018, Express Wi-Fi by Facebook announced a technology partnership program; the program allows access point manufacturers to produce and supply Wi-Fi hardware, compatible with Express Wi-Fi. Program participants include Cisco Systems, Inc Arista Networks and Ruckus Networks, an ARRIS Company. In February 2019, Nokia announced that Nokia AirScale Wi-Fi platform would participate in the technology partner program

James Tate (headmaster)

James Tate was the headmaster of Richmond School and canon of St Paul's Cathedral, London. He was born in Richmond, North Yorkshire on 11 June 1771, the only surviving son of Thomas Tate, a working maltster from Berwick upon Tweed, his wife, Dinah Cumstone, who came from a family of small farmers in Swaledale. Having attended two private schools, in May 1779, Tate entered Richmond School. Whilst there, the headmaster Reverend Anthony Temple recognised his talent, in 1784 found him a job as amanuensis to the rector of Richmond Francis Blackburne. Enjoying access to Blackburne's library acted as a stimulus for Tate, who with Temple's help obtained a sizarship at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Tate was appointed headmaster of Richmond School on 27 September 1796, the fulfillment of a childhood ambition. Tate was responsible for transforming Richmond School into one of the leading classical schools of its day, the leading Whig school, attracting boys from throughout the country, at a rate of 100 guineas a year.

Between 1812 and 1833 six pupils a year on average proceeded to university. 21 of them became 13 of them at Trinity College, Cambridge. They became so "successful and feared" whilst at Cambridge that they earned the title of ‘Tate's invincibles’, their number included Richard Sheepshanks, Marcus Beresford and James Raine. Another pupil was Herbert Knowles. Tate rejected corporal punishment for his pupils, refused to rule by fear, but instead inspired in them a love of learning. Tate was a respected classical scholar. Robert Surtees, the Durham antiquary, recalled a night spent with him quoting from The Iliad, Sydney Smith, who by chance travelled in the same coach as Tate, declared to a friend that Tate was "a man dripping with Greek"; the Times printed a glowing obituary, noting that "as a teacher of classical learning, none of his contemporaries were more successful". Carr, William. "Tate, James". In Lee, Sidney. Dictionary of National Biography. 55. London: Smith, Elder & Co