Mid- Wicket Tales with Naseeruddin Shah is an Indian television Hindi entertainment cricket based show which aired on the Epic Channel. The show is hosted by veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah. In his own versatile narrative style, Shah explores the many interesting untold stories of Indian cricket, it is now available on EPIC TV's streaming platform. ‘Mid-Wicket Tales with Naseeruddin Shah’ takes viewers on a journey of many untold stories of Indian cricket. Naseeruddin Shah, a distinguished Bollywood actor and theatre person, brings alive the experiences on-screen through his unique story-telling; each episode covers various aspects and attributes of the game interspersed with trivia and anecdotes. The show takes on several themes in each episode like captains, fast bowlers, wicket-keepers and more; the show captures many personalities narrating cricketing experiences and stories including Sharmila Tagore on Tiger Pataudi, Shashi Tharoor, Nari Contractor, Bishan Singh Bedi, Charu Sharma among others.
Some of the cricketers featured on the show are Tiger Pataudi, Kapil Dev, Vijay Hazare, Syed Kirmani, Ravi Shastri, Farookh Engineer and M S Dhoni. Episode 1 - Our Glorious Openers Episode 2 - The Captains of Our Destiny Episode 3 - India's Extraordinary Spinners Episode 4 - Patrons of Indian Cricket Episode 5 - Fantastic Pacers of India Episode 6 - India at The World Cups Episode 7 - Agents of Change Episode 8 - Our Stylish Left-Handers Episode 9 - India in England Episode 10 - Brave Hearts of Indian Cricket Episode 11 - Our Dynamic Wicket-keepers Episode 12 - The Amazing All-Rounders Episode 13 - IND vs PAK - The Epic Rivalry Episode 14 - Teenage Sensations Episode 15 - Men of Steel Episode 16 - Vital Victories Episode 17 - Monikers of Indian Cricketers Episode 18 - India's Cricketing Families Episode 19 - Stylish Stroke Players Episode 20 - A Caribbean Affair Episode 21 - Small Town Heroes Episode 22 - Glorious Comebacks Episode 23 - Bastions of Indian Cricket Episode 24 - Beyond The Boundary Episode 25 - Blistering Batsmen Episode 26 - Glamour and Cricket The show is produced by Greymatter Films
The Yamhill HighFlyers were an International Basketball League team based in McMinnville, Oregon. It was the first professional sports franchise of Oregon; the team was founded by owner/general manager Eric Bailey in 2009 and was operated by YHF Entertainment, LLC. The High Flyers worked to gain the support of local business and offer opportunities for local athletes; the team did not field a team in 2013. The voice of the HighFlyers was the local radio personality Brian Eriksen, games were carried on local radio station KLYC 1260AM; the HighFlyers played an abbreviated four game schedule in 2009 for their branding year. Home games were played on Thursday May 28 against Japan's Nippon Tornadoes and on Friday June 26 against the Vancouver BC Titans. Both games were played at Patton Middle School in Oregon. Following the abbreviated 2009 branding season, the HighFlyers played a full 20 game schedule in 2010; these games were split between being played at McMinnville High School and Linfield College's Ted Wilson Gym.
The team made it to the IBL semi-finals, losing to the Bellingham Slam, falling just short of playing in the IBL Championship. Four HighFlyers were named IBL All-Stars: Jason Hartford, Curtis Nash, Durrell Nevels, Nate Bowie. Half of the Yamhill team went on to sign professional basketball contracts in Europe; the HighFlyers returned to play another abbreviated season in 2012. The 2012 Schedule: Team page on IBL Website Official Website
Ghazaros Stepani Aghayan was an Armenian writer, folklorist, historian and public figure. Aghayan was born in Tiflis Governorate, he received his early education in Bolnisi, at the age of thirteen he entered to the Nersisyan School in Tiflis. He left the school after one year because of his family's financial problems. Aghayan traveled between Tiflis and Saint-Petersburg. In Moscow he cooperated with Hyusisapayl journal of Stepanos Nazarian worked as typesetter. Throughout his life he pursued many professions, he was a hunter, a factory worker and a farm labourer before he joined fellow writer Mikael Nalbandian in the Armenian cultural and intellectual revival of the 19th century. In 1867 he returned to Caucasus, worked as the manager of Etchmiadzin publishing house, as an editor of “Ararat” monthly of the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin. In 1870 he dedicated himself to teaching, he taught in Akhaltskha, Alexandropol and Shushi, supervised Armenian parochial schools of Georgia. As a teacher he supported the democratization of education.
Aghayan demanded clearing schools from the influence of clergy. He is an author of textbooks for Armenian works on education, he collaborated on "Aghbyur", an illustrated monthly for children. In 1895 he was arrested on charges of belonging to the Hnchak Party, exiled to Nakhichevan and Crimea, he was under the control of the tsarist gendarmerie until the end of his life. 1902 In May, celebrated the 40th anniversary of literary activity Aghayan. In 1905 he took part in the October rally in Tiflis, he obtained great popularity in the sphere of children’s literature. Aghayan has translated works of Ivan Krylov, he died in Tiflis at the age of 71. He was maternal grandfather of Lazar Sarian and Anatoliy Eiramdzhan and father-in-law of the renowned painter Martiros Saryan. 1867 - "Arutiun and Manvel" 1872 - "Two sisters " 1888 - "Tork Angegh" 1893 - "The Main Events of My Life " 1881 - "Anahit" 1887 - "Aregnazan" 1904 - "The Fairy Tales of Grandmother Gulnaz" 1908 - "Arevik" Collection of Works in 4 Volumes, Ed. and commented by A. Asatryan and others, Yerevan, 1962-1963 Aghayan in Memoirs of Contemporaries, Yerevan, 1967.
529p. Tork Angegh, by Ghazaros Aghayan, trans. by Agop J. Hacikyan, 80 pages, Gomidas Institute, ISBN 978-1903656761 Biography «Քառասուն տարի» Հ․ Թումանյան «Ղ. Աղայանց » Հ․ Թումանյան «Տխուր հիշողություն » Հ․ Թումանյան Ghazaros Aghayan. Biography
In molecular biology, glycoside hydrolase family 101 is a family of glycoside hydrolases. Glycoside hydrolases EC 3.2.1. are a widespread group of enzymes that hydrolyse the glycosidic bond between two or more carbohydrates, or between a carbohydrate and a non-carbohydrate moiety. A classification system for glycoside hydrolases, based on sequence similarity, has led to the definition of >100 different families. This classification is available on the CAZy web site, discussed at CAZypedia, an online encyclopedia of carbohydrate active enzymes. Glycoside hydrolase family GH101 includes enzymes with endo-α-N-acetylgalactosaminidase EC 220.127.116.11 activity and can be split into several subfamilies. GH101 in CAZypedia
Cameron Parish School Board is a school district headquartered in unincorporated Cameron Parish, United States. The district serves Cameron Parish; the district has its temporary headquarters at 1027 Highway 384 in the Grand Lake area. In September 2005 Hurricane Rita struck Cameron Parish. Four of the parish's six public schools were damaged. Students are required to wear school uniforms. Grand Lake High School Hackberry High School Johnson Bayou High School As a result of the September 2008 Hurricane Ike, 80% of the Johnson Bayou campus received damage; the district was to try to get the Federal Emergency Management Agency to fund a replacement school instead of a repaired campus. South Cameron High School Was two separate schools Hurricane Ike destroyed South Cameron's temporary buildings. Cameron Elementary School Closed after Hurricane Rita in fall 2005. Grand Chenier Elementary School Closed in 2001 after enrollment decreased to 60 students. South Cameron Elementary School Closed after Hurricane Rita in fall 2005.
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