Helsingborg Municipality is a municipality in Skåne County in Sweden. Its seat is located in the city of Helsingborg, Sweden's eighth largest city; the municipality had a population of 132,011 on January 1, 2013, the population is increasing with 1500 people annually. Between 1912 and 1971 the name of the town was spelled Hälsingborg; the spelling was changed back to the older version when the present municipality was created in 1971 through the amalgamation of the Town of Hälsingborg with four surrounding rural municipalities. Since the 1990s the municipality again styles; this usage has no effect on the status of the municipality. As of 2018, there were 16 urban areas the municipality. Helsingborg is twinned with: Alexandria, United States Dubrovnik, Croatia Liepāja, Latvia Pärnu, Estonia Municipalities of Sweden European route E4 Statistics Sweden Helsingborg Municipality - Official site The local daily newspaper
Marchigiano refers to a tight cluster of local Romance speech types spoken in the central part of the region Marche, in Italy, in a zone which includes the provinces of Ancona and Fermo. It is one of the Central Italian dialect types, forms part of the typological continuum with Umbrian dialects and Tuscan. There are notable grammatical and idiomatic differences between Marchigiano and standard Italian language, but it is considered, along with the rest of Central Italian dialects, rather intelligible for a speaker of Standard Italian. In itself Marchigiano is not uniform from town to town, being divided in two main areas: The dialect of Ancona, to which the dialects of Osimo and Fabriano belong; the three areas of the Marchigiano dialect are united by some common features which distinguish the dialect from the other central Italian languages: The Italian words stressed on the penultimate syllable which end in no ni or ne undergoes apocope in the last syllable. So the word contadino becomes contadì, the word piccioni becomes picciò, the word cane becomes cà.
The Italian words which end in -aio change their last syllable in -aro. So the word fornaio becomes fornaro; the sound of the Italian words is changed to a simple. So the word figlio becomes fio; the final sound -o of the Italian words is changed to -u: fornaio > fornaru, figlio > fiiu. The infinitive of the Italian verbs loses the final sound -re: amare > amà, mettere > mette, morire > morì. The group ng undergoes assimilation to gn: mangiamo > magnamo. The third-person plural inflection is the same of the singular one. So the word ama can mean they love; the conjugation of to be and to have got at the present indicative tense in the two main dialects is as follows: The dialect of Ancona is spoken in the region of the town of Ancona, Porto Recanati, Osimo, Jesi and Falconara. This dialect's speakers always use the articles el unlike standard Italian which in some cases uses lo. Only the speakers of the towns which are closer to Macerata use the article lo as in Italian; these cities undergo other influences from Macerata's dialect because they are closer to it.
The dialect of Fabriano is spoken in the towns closer to it. Rhotacism occurs in this dialect; the dialect of Macerata is spoken in the Fermo's one. The speakers of Macerata, to say the, use lo. Rhotacism occurs. A lot of assimilations occur: nd > nn: mettendo > mettenno, mb > mm: gamba > gamma, nt > nd: pianta > pianda, mp > mb: campo > cambu, ld > ll: caldo > callu. There follows a list of nouns and other words from Marchigiano: ammò, bardasciu or vardasciu, bedollu or bidullu, brenciu or vrenciu, ciambottu or ciammottu, cuscì, lluccà, rosciu or rusciu, sbisgià or sbiscià, scì. Central Italian Tuscan dialect Umbrian dialect Sabin dialect Marche A website about the dialect of Ancona A blog about the dialect of Macerata
The Great American Trailer Park Musical is a two-act musical, written by David Nehls and Betsy Kelso. It explores the relationships between the tenants at the Armadillo Acres Trailer Park in Florida between Pippi, "the stripper on the run," the Dr. Phil-loving agoraphobic and Jeannie's tollbooth-collector husband, Norbert, it was performed in the first annual New York Music Theater Festival in 2004 and Off-Broadway in 2005. The musical opened Off-Broadway at Bows at Dodger Stages on September 22, 2005, starred Marya Grandy, Linda Hart, Shuler Hensley, Kaitlin Hopkins, Leslie Kritzer and Wayne Wilcox; the show closed on December 2005 after 121 performances. The U. S. regional premiere of Trailer Park opened on June 2, 2006 at Hippodrome State Theatre in Gainesville, Florida. The First National Tour of The Great American Trailer Park Musical began January 2008 in Spokane, Washington. Directed and choreographed by Steven Smeltzer; the role of Jeannie was replaced by Amanda Earls and the role of Pickles was replaced by Caitlin Maloney in the second U.
S. portion. The Great American Trailer Park Musical made its UK premiere with the same cast from the 1st National Tour at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2008, it made its English premiere that year in Birmingham, England. In January 2010, Arizona based theatre company Arizona Onstage Productions presented what is believed to be the world's first scratch and sniff musical, with scent cards distributed to the audience to be scratched at specific points in the show. In April 2010, the show had its New England premiere with the SpeakEasy Stage Company, with Leigh Barrett, Mary Callanan, Kerry A. Dowling, David Benoit; the Great American Trailer Park Musical made its Australasian premier at the New Theatre in Sydney, NSW, Australia on 18 November 2010. A French-Canadian production of «The Great American Trailor Park Musical» called «Ma femme, ma blonde, ma roulotte» was presented alternately with the original show at the 2011 edition of Montreal's Next Wave Festival, with Monik Vincent, Lisa Forget, Pierre Lenoir, Cecile Cristobald, Stéphanie Lessard, Tina Mancini and Jérôme Roy.
Stephen Pietrantoni was directing while Maxime Bégin did the musical direction and Lorna Wayne was choreographer. The book was translated by David Laurin and Patrick Olafson. In October 2011, the French production was invited to perform in New York city during the NYMF; the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival put on a production of the show from June 6 to July 14, 2013 with LilyAnn Carlson, Kristen Gehling, Andy Lindberg, Chelsey Whitelock, Brooke Wilson. The production was part of the Festival's MGR Downtown series; the Great American Trailer Park Musical was recorded on October 26, 2005 at Right Track Studio A in NYC and was released on January 17, 2006 by Sh-K-Boom Records. The Music and Book of The Great American Trailer Park Musical are published in paperback by Dramatists Play Service, Inc.. In 2009, a Nashville production of The Great American Trailer Park Musical released a series of webisodes with the characters from the musical; the storyline followed the introduction of the Internet to the trailer park and the mayhem it caused.
This Side of the Tracks One Step Closer The Buck Stops Here It Doesn't Take A Genius Owner of My Heart The Great American TV Show Flushed Down the Pipes Storm's A-Brewin' Road Kill But He's Mine / It's Never Easy That's Why I Love My Man Panic Finale This Side of the Tracks Official site Sh-K-Boom Records NYT Review Street Theatre Company's Webisodes Facebook page Betsy Kelso The Great American Trailer Park Musical Licensing Information at Dramatists Play Service
Jordan McKechnie is a Scottish association footballer who plays for Scottish Sun Lowland League side BSC Glasgow as a midfielder. McKechnie started his career Raith Rovers and signed a full-time contract with the club in 2008, he was loaned out to Wick Academy for the 2008–09 season where he won the under-17 player of the year award. He made senior début for Raith on 5 March 2011 as substitute against Queen of the South in a First Division fixture; this proved to be his only appearance for Raith. He joined Annan Athletic on a one-year contract following his release, he made his début for Annan in a pre-season fixture against Threave Rovers on 2 July 2011. McKechnie played his first competitive match for Annan in a 2–0 victory against Albion Rovers in a Scottish Challenge Cup tie, he had to wait until 13 August 2011 to score his first and second goals for his new club against Peterhead at Balmoor Stadium. He joined East Stirlingshire in the summer of 2013, after rejecting a new contract with Annan Athletic.
He made his début for East Stirlingshire in a pre-season fixture against Stranraer on 6 July 2013, in a close door game. McKechnie played his first competitive match for East Stirlingshire in a 2–0 defeat against Formartine United in the Scottish Challenge Cup. McKechnie left the Shire at the end of the 2013 -- 14 season; as of match played 29 December 2012.a. ^ Includes other competitive competitions, including the Scottish Challenge Cup. Jordan McKechnie at Soccerbase
Gary Frisch was co-founder of the Gaydar website. He was one of the UK's leading gay businessmen. Frisch was born in Johannesburg South Africa, his father, was an Entrepreneur, his mother, was a Book Keeper. He was educated at Boksburg High School and studied computer science at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg while working for De Beers' industrial diamond division. After graduation, he set up a computer software company, Frisoft Software, which he sold to Q Data in 1994, he was a technical director with Q Data until he left South Africa in 1997. He moved to the UK in 1997 with his partner, Henry Badenhorst, to set up QSoft Consulting, an information technology consultancy firm. After a friend complained that he was too busy to look for a new boyfriend, they launched the Gaydar internet dating website in November 1999 from their home in Twickenham; the website became popular and by 2007, Gaydar had nearly 4 million users in 23 countries. The Gaydar brand expanded into other areas: Frisch was chairman of GaydarRadio, a digital radio station founded in 2002.
Badenhorst and Frisch's personal partnership broke up in 2006, although they remained business partners. Frisch was found dead below the window of his eighth-floor flat in South London. A verdict of misadventure was recorded by the coroner at the inquest. A pathologist, Peter Wilkins, said raised levels of ketamine were found in Frisch's liver. Gaydar founder death fall probed, BBC News, 12 February 2007 Founder of biggest online dating agency dies in mystery fall, The Independent, 13 February 2007 Obituary, The Daily Telegraph, 13 February 2007 Obituary, The Times, 14 February 2007 Obituary, The Guardian, 21 February 2007
Prof William Young Sellar FRSE LLD was a Scottish classical scholar. Sellar was born at Morvich in Sutherland the son of Patrick Sellar of Westfield and his wife Anne Craig of Barmakelty, Moray, he was educated at the Edinburgh Academy 1832 to 1839 and afterwards studied Classics at the University of Glasgow. He entered Oxford, as a scholar. Graduating with a first-class in classics, he was elected fellow of Oriel, after holding assistant professorships at Durham, Glasgow and St Andrews, was appointed professor of Greek at St Andrews. In 1863 he was elected professor of humanity in Edinburgh University, occupied that chair till his death. In Edinburgh he lived near Dean Bridge. Sellar was one of the most brilliant of 19th century classical scholars, was remarkably successful in his endeavours to reproduce the spirit rather than the letter of Roman literature. In 1864 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh his proposer being Alexander Campbell Fraser, he was awarded honorary doctorates from both St Andrews University and Dublin University.
He died at Kenbank, St John's Town of Dalry in Kirkcudbrightshire on 12 October 1890. He was brother to Alexander Craig Sellar In 1851 he married Eleanor Dennistoun, they had at least five children. Sellar is commemorated on the south wall of Balliol College Chapel, together with a memorial to his brother Alexander Craig Sellar; the Roman Poets of the Republic The Roman Poets of the Augustan Age Horace and the Elegiac Poets -the 1899 edition has a memoir by Andrew LangA number of articles on Latin literature in the Encyclopædia Britannica, 9th edition, 1875-89. Attribution This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed.. "Sellar, William Young". Encyclopædia Britannica. 24. Cambridge University Press. P. 614. Lang, Andrew. "Sellar, William Young". In Lee, Sidney. Dictionary of National Biography. 51. London: Smith, Elder & Co. Works by William Young Sellar at Project Gutenberg Works by or about William Young Sellar at Internet Archive