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Heinrich Kuhl

Heinrich Kuhl was a German naturalist and zoologist. Kuhl was born in Hanau. Between 1817 and 1820 he was the assistant of professor Th. van Swinderen, docent Natural History at the University of Groningen in Groningen. In 1817 he published a monograph on bats, in 1819 he published a survey of the parrots, Conspectus psittacorum, he published the first monograph on the petrels, a list of all the birds illustrated in Daubenton's Planches Enluminées and with his friend Johan Coenraad van Hasselt Beiträge zur Zoologie und vergleichenden Anatomie that were published at Frankfurt-am-Main, 1820. In 1820 he became assistant to Coenraad Jacob Temminck at the Leiden Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie, he travelled to Java part of the colonial Netherlands East Indies, with his friend van Hasselt, to study the animals of the island, sending back to the museum at Leiden 200 skeletons, 200 mammal skins of 65 species, 2000 bird skins, 1400 fish, 300 reptiles and amphibians, many insects and crustaceans.

He described new genera of amphibians and reptiles. In 1821 he died in Buitenzorg of a liver infection brought on by overexertion, he had been less than a year in Java. Johan van Hasselt died two years later; the partners are buried in a single grave in the Botanoical Garden, marked with a small column. Several species have been named to commemorate his work as naturalist and zoologist: Fishes Bluespotted stingray or Kuhl's stingray, Neotrygon kuhlii Kuhl's loach or kuhli loach, Pangio kuhlii Kuhlia, a genus of marine fish, flagtailHerpetofauna Kuhl's Creek Frog or Large-headed Frog, Limnonectes kuhlii, found in Southeast Asia Kuhl's forest dragon, Gonocephalus kuhli, a lizard found in Indonesia Kuhl's Flying Gecko, Ptychozoon kuhli, a gecko found in Southeast AsiaBirds Rimatara Lorikeet or Kuhl's Lorikeet, Vini kuhlii lorikeet in islands of the South PacificMammals Axis kuhlii, Bawean deer Callithrix kuhlii Eptesicus kuhli, synonym of Eptesicus nilssonii Pipistrellus kuhlii, Kuhl's Pipistrelle Sciurillus pusillus kuhlii Scotophilus kuhlii List of herpetologists Walters, Michael.

A Concise History of Ornithology. New Haven: Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-09073-0. BHL Text of Beiträge zur Zoologie und vergleichenden Anatomie

Alvi Fokou Fopa

Alvi Fokou Fopa is a professional Cameroonian-American soccer player who plays for Bangladesh Football Premier League club Saif Sporting Club. He has been described as a "central midfielder ", he can easily play on the sides, right-back when necessary." Fopa trained in high school with the Apejes FC in Yaoundé under President Aimé Léon Zang. In 2007, at 17, while attending a youth tournament in the US, he was spotted by New York's Metropolitan Oval Academy, which he joined. In 2009, he entered the New York Red Bulls Academy but an injury drew him away from stadiums for a year. After recovery, he joined the team's division 2 team. In 2012, he signed with the CFC Azul, he helped the team defeat the Vermont Voltage, 4–2, that July closing their inaugural USL Premier Development League season in fourth place in the Northeast Division. President of Panthère du Ndé Célestine Ketcha Courtès, on a trip to the US seeking to deal with national championship, the Cameroon Cup, the League Cup and the Cup of the Confederation of African Football, asked Fokou to return to Cameroon for play for his team.

In February 2013, Fopa helped the team face Unisport FC du Haut-Nkam, the 2012 winners of the Cameroon Cup. For the 2013 -- 2014 season, he signed with California-based Corinthians; the next year he signed with Cameroon's Bamboutos FC, a first division club, as midfield offense, one football blogger writing of his "outstanding technical qualities." Fopa playing for CFC Azul on YouTube

TPC Sugarloaf

TPC Sugarloaf is a 27-hole private golf club in the southeastern United States, located within the gated community at Sugarloaf Country Club outside the official city limits of Duluth, Georgia, a suburb northeast of Atlanta. The facility consists of three 9-hole courses designed by Greg Norman, is a member of the Tournament Players Club network operated by the PGA Tour, it was the home of the tour's annual AT&T Classic from 1997 until it ended in 2008. It began hosting the Mitsubishi Electric Classic on the PGA Tour Champions in 2013; the BellSouth/AT&T Classic was always played over the original two nines, The Stables and The Meadows, which opened the week before its first staging of the tournament in 1997. Just weeks beforehand, the property was hit by a tornado which damaged many trees on the first and ninth holes, leveled some of the corporate tent structures around the 18th green; the third nine, The Pines, opened in 2000. The land was the O. Wayne Rollins family farm, where they kept pure-bred cattle and horses.

Official website Golf Nation: Overhead views of each hole

General Aircraft Cagnet

The General Aircraft GAL.33 Cagnet was a British light trainer aircraft designed by General Aircraft Ltd which flew from 1939 to 1941. Only one example was constructed; the Cagnet was a two-seat pusher propeller aircraft. The side-by-side seating was in an open cockpit just ahead of the strut-mounted inline engine; the low cantilever wings featured a gull shape, with twin booms mounted, one at each wing's bend point. A horizontal stabilizer and elevator ran between twin fins with rudders, one at the end of each boom; the fixed landing gear used a nosewheel. First flight was in 1939. General Aircraft proposed the Cagnet as a basic trainer, it was tested as a Flying Observation post trainer by the Royal School of Army Co-operation from February through June 1940. After that testing, it underwent various other tests, its final flight was in 1941. The engine was a 90 hp Blackburn Cirrus Minor. General characteristics Crew: 2 Length: 22 ft 9 in Wingspan: 33 ft 0 in Gross weight: 2,976 lb Powerplant: 1 × Blackburn Cirrus Minor 4-cyl.

Inverted air-cooled in-line piston engine, 90 hp Performance Maximum speed: 100 mph General Aircraft Cagnet – British Aircraft of World War II

Peiraikos Syndesmos

Peiraikos Syndesmos or Peiraikos written Piraikos Syndesmos, is one of the oldest sports clubs in Greece, based in Piraeus. It was founded in 1894. Today Peiraikos has departments in basketball and track and field; the previous years it had departments in football, swimming and water polo. Peiraikos B. C. Basketball team Peiraikos V. C. Volleyball team Peiraikos Track and Field team Peiraikos was founded in 1894; the club was one of the founder members of SEGAS. Peiraikos was the first club, it won a Panhellenic football championship in 1923. The basketball team of Peiraikos was founded in 1935, it has played in the 1991-92 and 1996-97 seasons. The women's basketball team has won two championships, in 1969 and 1970. Peiraikos volleyball team was founded in 1929, it was the club. Today it a women's volleyball team. Peiraikos Football team Panhellenic Football Championship Winner: 1923 Greek Cup Winner: 1910Peiraikos Basketball team Greek Championship Winner: 1969, 1970Peiraikos Athletics teamPanhellenic championship: 1935 Official webpage

Love & Hip Hop: New York (season 6)

The sixth season of the reality television series Love & Hip Hop: New York aired on VH1 from December 14, 2015 until March 28, 2016. The show was filmed in New York City, New York, it was executively produced by Mona Scott-Young and Stephanie R. Gayle for Monami Entertainment, Toby Barraud, Stefan Springman, Mala Chapple, David DiGangi, Ian Gelfand for Eastern TV, Susan Levison, Nina L. Diaz, Ken Martinez and Vivian Gomez for VH1; the series chronicles the lives of several women and men in the New York area, involved in hip hop music. It consists of 14 episodes, including a two-part reunion special hosted by Nina Parker. On July 7, 2015, shortly after her release from prison, Remy Ma announced that she was joining the show for season six, along with her husband Papoose. On November 2, 2015, VH1 announced that Love & Hip Hop would be returning for a sixth season on December 14, 2015. A 5-minute "super-trailer" was released on November 30, 2015; the cast would undergo a major cast change for the third time in the show's history, with only Yandy and Amina returning from last season's main cast.

They were joined by Remy, social media personality Cardi B and up-and-coming rappers Mariahlynn and Miss Moe Money and Sexy Lexxy of the rap duo BBOD. The season's storylines focused more on the struggles of female rappers in the industry than before. Papoose would appear as a supporting cast member, along with radio personality DJ Self, his girlfriend Yorma Hernandez, rapper Bianca Bonnie. Rose, a stylist who has an affair with Self, appeared in a minor supporting role. Ashley Trowers, Miracle Kaye Hall, Jace Smith, Dejay Mackie, Jazz Schmahl, Tasha Araujo-Jacoby, Whitney Pankey, Talia Coles, Irene Mackie, Hennessy Carolina, Maddie Smith, Judy Harris, Erika DeShazo, Samantha Wallace, Kim Wallace, Raemonique Smith and Remeesha Smith appear as guest stars. Jazz Schmahl appear in an episode; the show features minor appearances from notable figures within the hip hop industry and New York's social scene, including Quavo and Takeoff of Migos, Treach, Dr. Jeff, French Montana, Cam'ron, HoodCelebrityy, Fat Joe, Ice-T, Coco Austin and Keyshia Cole.

The show features cameo appearances from the cast's children, including Mendeeces's children Lil Mendeecees, Aasim and Skylar Harris. Juju C. appears in an uncredited cameo appearance, she would join the supporting cast in season seven. Several cast members had their music featured on the show and released singles to coincide with the airing of the episodes. Official website Love & Hip Hop: New York on IMDb