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Federation of Old Cornwall Societies

The Federation of Old Cornwall Societies was formed in 1924, on the initiative of Robert Morton Nance, with the objective of collecting and maintaining "all those ancient things that make the spirit of Cornwall — its traditions, its old words and ways, what remains to it of its Celtic language and nationality". The motto of the federation--as written on their web site--is "Cuntelleugh an brewyon ues gesys na vo kellys travyth", which translated into English is "Gather ye the fragments that are left, that nothing be lost"; the motto in the OCS logo is the Cornish phrase. The first Old Cornwall Society was established by Robert Morton Nance in St Ives in 1920; the OCS celebrate the old Cornish tradition of midsummer bonfires held on 23 June each year. The hilltop bonfires that form a chain are held at Kit Hill, St Breock Beacon, Castle An Dinas, Redruth. In the autumn the harvest festival known as Crying The Neck is celebrated by the OCS. Old Cornwall, the journal of the Federation, began publication in 1925 and is published twice yearly.

The first editor was Robert Morton Nance. Gorseth Kernow List of topics related to Cornwall Main site of FOCS South Australia's Kernewek Lowender Cornish Association of Victoria, Australia Cornish Association of Bendigo, Australia London Cornish Association The New Zealand Cornish Association Strange days: Fired by ancient zeal in Cornwall, Daily Telegraph article on Midsummer bonfires

Economically Weaker Section

Economically Weaker Section in India is a subcategory of people belonging to the General Category having an annual family income less than ₹8 lakhs and who do not belong to any reserved category such as SC/ST/OBC. If a candidate who doesn't fall under castes recognised as SC/ST/OBC by the Govt. of India & doesn't avail any form of reservations & his/her annual family income is above the prescribed limit of ₹8 lakhs by Government of India he/she will be recognised as a candidate from General category and not from EWS category. The Union Government of India tabled the Constitution Bill, 2019 which provided 10% additional quota for the EWS students amongst the erstwhile Unreserved category or General category students; the terms Economically Weaker Section and Economically Backward Class are not meant to be confused with each other in India. The definition of EWS has been defined by the Government of India whereas the definition of EBC and Most Economically Backward Class vary in different states as well as institutions.

The Government of India earlier did not provide any reservations to EWS candidates. There is a significant percentage of the Indian population; the eligibility to get the EWS certificate is not only purely based on annual family income but based on the held property. The income limit has been set by the central government for admission to central government-owned colleges and jobs offered by the central government. State governments are given the authority to change the eligibility criteria and to extend the income limit further for candidates seeking reservation under EWS category which will be valid only in state-owned colleges and state government's jobs as deemed fit for the respective states. People belonging to Economically Weaker Section since 1 February 2019 now get 10% reservation in education and government jobs of India like OBC, SC, ST. There was huge unrest among people which came out in many ways including the form of anti-reservation agitations. On 7 January 2019, The Union Cabinet had approved 10% reservation in government jobs and educational institutions for the Economically Weaker Section in the General category.

It was decided by the cabinet that this would be above the existing 50 % reservation. On 12 January 2019, The Economic Weaker Section Reservation Bill Article 15 and Article 16 which ensures 10% reservations to the poor and lower-middle-class people in upper castes who were denied any kind of affirmative action was cleared by the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind; the EWS bill was tabled in Lok Sabha, the Lower House of the Indian Parliament on 8 January 2019 and it was passed on the same day. The EWS Bill was passed by the Upper House of the Indian Parliament on 9 January; the President approved the Bill on 12 January 2019 and a gazette was released on this bill which turned it into a Law. Gujarat became the first state to enact this law on 14 January 2019. An NGO'Youth For Equality' has questioned and challenged the bill in the Apex court on grounds that it breaches the ceiling of 50% reservations set by Supreme Court of India, stating that it supports the reservations of the Economically Weaker Section but wants it to be amalgamated with the OBC quota which stands at 27%, thus not breaching the 50% cap set by the Apex Court.

Leaders of the Backward classes have decided to approach the Supreme Court over this issue. On 25 January 2019, The Supreme Court refused to stay the 10% reservation given to GEN-EWS category in government jobs and educational institutions. EWS certificate can be used to avail the 10% reservation for the Economically Weaker Section in higher education all over the India and government jobs. Candidate's annual family income must be less than Rs 8 lakhs per annum, his family must not own more than 5 acres of agriculture land. The residential flat area should be below 1000 sq ft; the residential plot's area should be below 100 square yards if in a notified municipality sector. The residential plot's area should be below 200 square yards if in a non-notified municipality sector. Two schemes that are designed for the EBCs and MEBCs are the Post-Matric Scholarship & Interest Subsidy on Educational Loans for overseas Studies. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Creamy layer Other Backward Castes "President clears 10% EBC Quota Bill, Bill becomes Law." Retrieved 18 January 2019. Mohammad Iqbal, Political duplicity led to Gujjars' quota agitation, The Hindu, 28 December 2010. "Cabinet approves 10% reservation for economically backward, beyond the 50% limit". 7 January 2019. Retrieved 18 January 2019

Stolp Acroduster

The Acroduster I SA700 is an American single-seat homebuilt aerobatic biplane. The Acroduster was an elliptical-winged biplane built with the intention of competing against the Pitts Special; the aircraft owes some of its design to the Midget Mustang. The fuselage is of aluminum construction rather than the popular fabric for the type; the wings are similar to the Stolp Starduster. Roll rate is 240 degrees per second. Beets Special Marketed by Stolp. Data from Buy planes for saleGeneral characteristics Length: 15.8 ft Wingspan: 19 ft Wing area: 105 sq ft Empty weight: 740 lb Gross weight: 1,190 lb Performance Cruise speed: 143 kn Stall speed: 61 kn Range: 300 nmi Service ceiling: 12,000 ft Rate of climb: 3,000 ft/min Stolp SA-300 Starduster Too

Jan Hoogervorst

Johannes Adrianus Petrus Hoogervorst is a Dutch organizational theorist, business executive, management consultant, Professor Enterprise Governance and Enterprise Engineering at the University of Antwerp, known for his work in the field of enterprise engineering. Hoogervorst received his MA in Electrical Engineering at the Delft University of Technology in 1977. In 1998 he obtained his PhD in Work and Organizational Psychology at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam with a thesis entitled "Quality and customer oriented behavior: towards a coherent approach for improvement." After his graduation in Delft he started his 27 years long career at KLM Royal Dutch Airlines as Manager at the Aircraft Systems Group. From 1983 to 1987 he was manager of the Avionics and Accessories Overhaul Department. In 1988 he was promoted to Vice President Aircraft Maintenance. In 1992 he became Vice President Flight Crew Training, from 1998 to 2004 Vice President Corporate Information Strategy. Since 2005 he is management consultant at Sogeti, since 2011 Professor Enterprise Governance and Enterprise Engineering at the University of Antwerp and at the Antwerp Management School.

He is lecturer at the Delft TopTech, School of Executive Education at the Delft University of Technology. Hoogervorst's research interests are in the field of enterprise engineering and enterprise governance. With his work he is aiming to "provide an overarching multidisciplinary perspective to integrate and unify insights from the traditional organisational sciences into an overall enterprise design perspective." Hoogervorst co-authored several publications in the field of enterprise engineering. Books, a selection: 1998. Quality and customer oriented behavior: towards a coherent approach for improvement: organizational culture, management practices and systems, description and measurement of relationships. Delft: Eburon. 2007. Enterprise governance & architectuur: corporate, IT en enterprise governance in samenhangend perspectief. Den Haag: Academic ServiceArticles, a selection: Hoogervorst, Jan AP, Paul L. Koopman, Henk van der Flier. "Human resource strategy for the new ICT-driven business context."

International Journal of Human Resource Management 13.8: 1245-1265. Hoogervorst, J. A. N. "Enterprise architecture: Enabling integration and change." International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems 13.03: 213-233. Hoogervorst, Henk van der Flier, Paul Koopman. "Implicit communication in organisations: The impact of culture and management practices on employee behaviour." Journal of Managerial Psychology 19.3: 288-311. Jan Hoogervorst at

Alex Hamilton (basketball)

George Alexander Hamilton III is an American professional basketball player for Maccabi Rishon LeZion of the Israeli Premier League. He played college basketball for Louisiana Tech, where he was named Conference USA Player of the Year in 2016. Hamilton, a 6'4" shooting guard from Chipley High School in Chipley, came to Louisiana Tech in 2012 and became one of the program's leading all-time scorers. In his senior season, Hamilton was named the Conference USA Player of the Year, as well as earning all-conference and All-Defensive team honors. After going undrafted in the 2016 NBA draft, Hamilton joined the Los Angeles Clippers for the 2016 NBA Summer League. On August 11, 2016, he signed with Polish team MKS Dąbrowa Górnicza, but was released two months before playing in a game for them. On October 30, 2016, he was selected by the Oklahoma City Blue with the third overall pick in the 2016 NBA Development League Draft, he was traded to the Santa Cruz Warriors on draft night. Hamilton played for the Golden State Warriors in the 2017 NBA Summer League.

He was signed under a training camp deal by the Golden State Warriors. However, on September 30, 2017, he was waived. On February 12, 2018, Hamilton was traded by the Santa Cruz Warriors to the Windy City Bulls along with Will Davis II and Santa Cruz's 2018 third-round draft pick in exchange for the returning player rights to Thomas Walkup. On September 2, 2018, the Lithuanian side Juventus Utena was reported to have signed Hamilton to a 1+1 deal. On November 25, 2018, Hamilton recorded a season-high 24 points, shooting 8-of-15 from the field, along with nine rebounds and six assists in an 86–75 win over Dzūkija. In 11 LKL games, he averaged 13.4 points, 4 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 2.2 steals per game, shooting 48 percent from three-point range. On December 12, 2018, Hamilton parted ways with Juventus to join Maccabi Rishon LeZion of the Israeli Premier League, signing for the rest of the season. On January 2, 2019, Hamilton recorded 21 points along with seven assists, six rebounds, three blocks and two steals, leading Rishon LeZion to a 95–93 win over Ironi Nes Ziona.

In 31 games played for Rishon LeZion, he finished the season as the league fourth-leading passer with 5.1 assists per game, to go with 13.1 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game. Hamilton helped Rishon LeZion reach the 2019 Israeli League Final, where they lost to Maccabi Tel Aviv. On July 3, 2019, Hamilton signed a one-year contract extension with Rishon LeZion. On October 16, 2019, Hamilton recorded a EuroCup career-high 22 points, shooting 5-of-9 from the field, along with five rebounds, eight assists, two steals and three blocks for 38 PIR in a 77–72 win over Monaco, he was named the EuroCup Round 3 MVP. On January 2, 2020, Hamilton recorded a career-high 32 points, while shooting 10-of-15 from the field, along with five rebounds, five assists and five steals for 43 PIR, leading Rishon LeZion to a 94–81 over Maccabi Ashdod. Louisiana Tech Bulldogs bio RealGM profile