Lieutenant General Andrew Thomas Blayney, 11th Baron Blayney was an Anglo-Irish peer. He ruled the Blayney estate at Castleblayney, County Monaghan for fifty years from 1784 to 1834, was one of the most illustrious soldiers to come from Co. Monaghan; as commanding officer of the 89th Regiment of Foot,'Blayney's Bloodhounds' as they were called, he fought with distinction in the Napoleonic Wars. He was taken prisoner at the Battle of Fuengirola, when making a raid from Gibraltar into Spain against a small group of Polish soldiers a tenth his number, was kept prisoner for four years by the French government, his sabre is on exhibition in the Czartoryski Museum, in Kraków. He wrote a two-volume account of his experiences in the Napoleonic Wars - Narrative of a Forced Journey through Spain and France as a Prisoner of War in the Years 1810 to 1814, by Major-General Lord Blayney, he was captured by one of the O'Callaghans of Cullaville, a colonel in the French army and a prominent United Irishman who escaped after 1798.
It is said he insisted on Blayney being held to ransom for some of the United Irishmen who were in British prisons. During Blayney's long incarceration, the 2nd Earl of Caledon looked after his financial and political affairs, on his return, Blayney was given a seat in parliament for Caledon's infamous "rotten borough" of Old Sarum, Wiltshire. Lord Blayney was succeeded by his son Cadwallader, the 12th and last lord. Baron Blayney The Blayney of Castleblayney Papers - Public Record Office of Northern Ireland The Battle of Fuengirola 1810 - Lord Blayney's Narrative
Escape from the Bronx is a 1983 Italian action film directed by Enzo G. Castellari, it was featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 under its Escape 2000 name. It is a sequel to 1990: The Bronx Warriors. Several years after the events of 1990: The Bronx Warriors, former leader of the Riders gang is now a cynical loner, remaining in the impoverished, lawless wasteland of the Bronx and trading in stolen ammunition; the General Construction Corporation, led by President Clark, wish to tear down the Bronx to turn it into “the city of the future”. To do this they need to clear the current population from the area and have employed expelled prison warden Floyd Wangler and a private squad of Disinfestors to burn and gas those that will not leave willingly. While the bums and elderly are easy prey, the warrior gangs of the Bronx will not go and a rebel army of all surviving Bronx gangs led by Dablone is holed up underground; when Trash's parents are burned alive by Disinfestors, he begins to take revenge by leading ruthless guerrilla attacks on the clean up squads which in turn leads to the GC Corporation and Floyd Wangler trying nastier means of subverting the rebellion.
Trash, a crusading reporter named Moon Gray team up with psychotic mercenary Strike and his crazy son to kidnap President Clark and put the Bronx back in the hands of the gangs. Shot 18 months after the first Bronx movie, Enzo G. Castellari has stated that he was disappointed with how much muscle mass Mark Gregory had lost between part one and this sequel, why he keeps his jacket on for 90% of the movie. Filmed in New York and Cinecitta film studios in Rome. Mark Gregory was still 18 when he shot this movie and Enzo Castellari states on the DVD commentary for 1990: The Bronx Warriors that his young age and lack of experience was a factor in why Mark did not last long in the film business, it was released theatrically by Fulvia Film in Italy on August 25, 1983, in the United Kingdom on September 2, 1983. The film was released on DVD in the UK by Vipco in 2003, to theaters in the US in 1983 by New Line Cinema on VHS in 1997 by New Line Home Video. Australian company Stomp Entertainment released a region 0 / NTSC disc in 2006.
So far this is the only option for American fans to purchase as the DVD has never been official released on DVD in the United States. Shameless Entertainment released the film on Region 2 / PAL format in the UK in 2009; the movie is part of a box set entitled "The Bronx Warriors Trilogy" and is packaged with 1990: The Bronx Warriors and The New Barbarians. Blue Underground released the film in Blu-ray/DVD combo pack on June 30, 2015. A website dedicated to both this film and its predecessor 1990: The Bronx Warriors was set up in 2004; the site contains two interviews with Enzo G Castellari and details an ongoing attempt to locate Mark Gregory who vanished from public view in about 1989. There is a message in MP3 format from Enzo and his son Andrea to Mark asking him to get in touch and saying how much they miss him; the cult TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000 highlighted the movie in a seventh-season episode. Most of the jokes regarded the obvious Italian setting and bad outfits but of particular note is that the character of Dablone won Mike, Tom Servo, Crow over with his over the top performance.
They would groan over his absence in the middle of the movie and cheered when he made his return in the film The first Bronx Warriors convention was held in 2009 in Rome. Attendees received a badge stating DAS-Disinfestation Annihilation Squad. Escape from the Bronx on IMDb
Malik Muhammad Ali Khokhar is a Pakistani politician, a Member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab, from May 2013 to May 2018. He was born on 6 January 1971 in Multan, he received his early education from Aitchison College. He graduated from Government College and has the degree of Bachelor of Arts, he received the degree of Bachelor of Laws from University of Buckingham in 1996. He ran for the seat of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab as a candidate of Pakistan Muslim League from Constituency PP-199 in 2008 Pakistani general election but was unsuccessful, he received 14,610 votes and lost the seat to Syed Nazim Hussain Shah, a candidate of Pakistan Peoples Party. He was elected to the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab as a candidate of PML-N from Constituency PP-199 in 2013 Pakistani general election, he received 35,817 votes and defeated Tahir Ahmed Asghar Khokhar, a candidate of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf
Group A of the Division I tournament was held in Přerov, Czech Republic, while Group B was contested in Ventspils, both running from April 6 to 12. The winner of Group A was promoted to the Top Division Playoff for the 2015 championships against the last team of the 2014 Winter Olympics tournament, Japan; the last-placed team of group A was relegated to 2015 Group B. The Group B winner moved up to Group A, while the last placed team was relegated to Division II Group A. Divisions I A and I B represent the second and the third tier of the IIHF World Women's Championships. All times are local. Best players selected by the directorate: Best Goalkeeper: Klára Peslarová Best Defenseman: Silje Holos Best Forward: Andrea Schjelderup DalenSource: IIHF.com List shows the top skaters sorted by points goals. GP = Games played. TOI = Time on Ice. Best players selected by the directorate: Best Goalkeeper: Evija Tētiņa Best Defenseman: Dorottya Medgyes Best Forward: Inese Geca-MiljoneSource: IIHF.com List shows the top skaters sorted by points goals.
GP = Games played. TOI = Time on Ice.
Abramo Fimo Kenneth Organski was Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan, the founder of Power transition theory and a co-founder of Decision Insights, Inc. His pioneering work spanned several decades, focused on specific aspects of world politics, including: political demography, he was the author of World Politics, The Stages of Political Development, The War Ledger, Birth and Taxes, The $36 Billion Bargain. Other publications are available in scholarly journals. A. F. K. Organski was born in Italy; as a youth, he attended the Ginnasio Liceo Torquato Tasso. He went to the United States fleeing the anti-Jewish laws of the Benito Mussolini regime and served with the American armed forces in the Pacific theater from 1943 to 1945. After World War II, he settled in New York City, where he became an American citizen in 1944 and earned his B. A. M. A. and Ph. D. degrees from New York University. In 1952 he started teaching at the Brooklyn College, moving in 1964 to the University of Michigan, where he became professor of political science and senior research scientist in the Institute for Social Research.
He co-founded Decision Insights, a consulting firm focused on introducing scientific rigor to the execution of policy and decision making in government and business. He introduced Power transition theory in 1958. One of his theories was that the mainly-Caucasian Soviet Union and United States would ally against mainland China, a growing power in the 1960s; this would occur despite China sharing a Communist ideology with the Soviet Union