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Hub Northen

Hubbard Edwin Northen was an outfielder in Major League Baseball who played from 1910 through 1912 for the St. Louis Browns, Cincinnati Reds and Brooklyn Dodgers. Besides, Northen played at Minor League level in all or parts of 16 seasons spanning 1907–1924. Northeen was the Dodgers regular center fielder in the 1912 season before being replaced with Casey Stengel when Northen became ill. In 164 major league games over three seasons, Northern posted a.272 batting average with 76 runs, 3 home runs and 63 RBI. He finished his career with a.939 fielding percentage playing at all three outfield positions. After his retirement as an active player, Northen worked as a scout for various baseball teams, including the Chicago White Sox and the Shreveport Sports of the Texas League. Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or Baseball-Reference Obituary

La Petite-Patrie

La Petite-Patrie is a neighbourhood of Montreal, Canada. It is located in the borough of Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie; the area is bounded on the west by Hutchison Street, to the north by Jean Talon Street, to the south by the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks and to the east by Papineau Street. La Petite-Patrie is named after the novel La Petite Patrie by Claude Jasmin, published in 1972, adapted into television series shortly after. A working class neighbourhood, Petite-Patrie began to gentrify in the early twenty-first century; until the late nineteenth century, La Petite-Patrie was agricultural, with the exception of limestone quarries which were located where Père-Marquette Park is today. The construction of a tramway in 1892 linking downtown to the Sault-au-Récollet led to the urbanization of the area, which continued until about 1930, it was still a predominantly residential neighborhood: the only jobs were concentrated along the railway, in the workshops of Montreal or those of the Montreal Street Railway.

A report by the Centre de santé et de services sociaux du Cœur-de-l'île, the neighborhood's population consists of: 44% of single parent families, 19% of immigrants 10% unemployed, 36% of people living below the poverty lineThe area includes several ethnic communities, including an Italian community, a Vietnamese community and a Latin American community. The main roads in La Petite-Patrie include: North-South: Park Avenue Saint-Laurent Boulevard Saint-Denis Street Saint-Hubert Street Christophe-Colomb Avenue Papineau Avenue De Lorimier Avenue East-West Rosemont Boulevard De Bellechasse Street Beaubien Street Jean-Talon Street The orange line of the Montreal Metro crosses the neighbourhood Rosemont Station Beaubien Station Jean-Talon Station La Petite-Patrie is crossed by various bicycle paths: Along the Canadian Pacific railway line to the Along Saint-Dominique Street Along Drolet Street Along Boyer Street Along Marquette Street Along De la Roche Street Along Saint-Zotique Street Along Bellechasse Street Culture Théâtre Plaza Healthcare CLSC de La Petite-Patrie Security and justice The Youth Division of the Court of Quebec located on Bellechasse Street.

The Commission scolaire de Montréal operates Francophone public schools. École secondaire Père-MarquetteThe English Montreal School Board operates Anglophone public schools. The Montreal Public Libraries Network operates the La Petite-Patrie library and the Bibliothèque Marc-Favreau, which opened in December 2013. Sports Centre Père-Marquette Piscine Saint-Denis Parks Père-Marquette Park has soccer and baseball fields, playground equipment, community gardens and a skatepark. Jean-Talon Market is a large public market La Plaza Saint-Hubert is an shopping district located on Saint-Hubert Street between Bellechasse Street and Jean Talon Street. Saint-Ambroise Church Saint-Édouard Church Saint-Arsène Church Saint-Jean-Berchmans Church Church of the Madonna della Difesa

Malvan

Malvan pronunciation is a town and taluka in Sindhudurg District, the southernmost district of Maharashtra State, well known for the important Sindhudurg Fort. Malvan taluka consists of villages such as Angane Wadi, Khalchi Devli, Juva, Pankhol and Sarjekot; the main occupation here is fishing with the staple diet of the local people fish rice. The town produces Alphonso mangoes and is known for sweets such as Malvani Khaja made from gram-besan flour and coated jaggery as well as Malvani Ladoos. Other sweets that attract tourists are Konkani meva, Fanaspoli, Kajuwadi, Naralachya Wadya, Malvani Masale. Malvan. Dashavtar, a drama-play based on mythological stories, is an important cultural element of the area. Several apocryphal and some more credible stories related to the name Malvan exist. Salt producers use term Mahalavan to describe a region rich in salt, a compound word from "Maha" meaning great, "lavan" meaning plantation. Another possibility is a phonetic derivative of the compound of "Mad" and "Ban", Malvani for coconut trees and garden relating to the large number of coconut trees in the region.malvani language is local language Malvan is a compact town situated on the coast of Western India.

The area's beaches, Sindhudurg fort, Tarkarli beach, Mobar point, Chivla beach, Tondavali beach, are all attract tourists. Malvan town is bound by three small creeks: Karli and Kalavali; the climate of Malvan can be classified as warm and moderately humid. Average temperatures range between 16 and 33 °C while relative humidity ranges from 69 to 98%; the annual average rainfall of Malvan is 2275 mm. Malvan is accessible by road, being 505 kilometres from Mumbai and 140 kilometres from Ratnagiri. National Highway NH-66 from Mumbai and Goa runs as far as Kasaal, after which Malvan is a State Transport bus or rickshaw ride of 28 kilometres away; the nearest railway station is at Kudal/Kankawali and the nearest airport is at Dabolim in Goa. Overnight trains depart daily Mumbai for Kudal. There is a M. S. R. T. C bus from Pune - Malvan. Bus Timing 7:00 am and 8:00 pm everyday from Pune. Kadamba Transport Corporation buses depart daily from Pune to Goa. There are buses from Kasaal; the timings are: Volvo 7:30 pm.

There are plenty of buses heading towards Goa from Pune which go via Kasal. Malvan can be reached from Kolhapur by any KSRTC bus. Kolhapur is the centre point for the buses heading towards Goa. Buses coming from Pune as well as Sangli and Bijapur have to go via Kolhapur to enter Konkan. Malvan is a Municipal Council city in district of Maharashtra; the Malvan city is divided into 17 wards. As of 2011 India census, the Malvan Municipal Council has population of 18,648 of which 9,663 are males while 8,985 are females as per report released by Census India 2011. Population of Children with age of 0-6 is 1364, 7.31% of total population of Malvan. In Malvan Municipal Council, Female Sex Ratio is of 930 against state average of 929. Moreover, Child Sex Ratio in Malvan is around 876 compared to Maharashtra state average of 894. Literacy rate of Malvan city is 93.00% higher than state average of 82.34%. In Malvan, Male literacy is around 94.76% while female literacy rate is 91.11%. Malvan Municipal Council has total administration over 4,620 houses to which it supplies basic amenities like water and sewerage.

It is authorized to build roads within Municipal Council limits and impose taxes on properties coming under its jurisdiction. This area of the Konkan is predominantly Hindu and the majority of these Hindus are, Maratha, Bhandari and Kudaldeshkar Gaud Brahmin, Rajapur Saraswat Brahmins,'Anganewadi Jatra' and'Bramhan Dev Jatra' are major festivals in the region,DevRameshwar Kandalgaon & Achre. A number of Malvani emigres return to their native place every year during the months of August–September to attend'Ganeshotsav','Ram Navmi', various other festivals. Lot of Population specially Bhandaris, Konkan people are found on The Konkan Coast Especially In Karwar, Kumta, Honavar & Goa, these people have migrated from Malvan Way back in the 17th century they have their ancestral Kuldevata's at Malvan etc.'Malvani' dialect: Malvan has its unique culture signified by its peculiar dialect and food. Malvan lends its name to'Malvani' dialect; this dialect is popular among local population in Sindhudurg district and parts of Ratnagiri and Northern Goa parts.

Cuisine - The cuisine of this region is popularly known as Malvani cuisine. Coconut and fish assume prime significance in the Malavani cuisine. Dashavataar - It is an art form popular in most of the Konkan region in Maharashtra and more so in and around Malvan, it is a play. This continues till wee hours of morning. Dashavataar conducted at the time of "Saptah", the mahapuja of Gram Devta. During this all villagers sale their home made products like Khaja, Kadak Ladu, Lonache - लोणचें, others; this utsav is the main Parvany for the villagers. At this important event, all Chakarmani visit

Wing (disambiguation)

A wing is an appendage used for flight by an animal or an apparatus used to create lift in aeronautics or a way to increase width on a sailboat. Wing may refer to: Wing, England Wing, England Wing, United States Wing, North Dakota, United States Wing, the stage name of Wing Han Tsang, a New Zealand singer from Hong Kong Anna Wing, English actress Brad Wing, American-football player from Australia Craig Wing, rugby league player for the Sydney Roosters Donald Wing, Yale Librarian, compiler of a notable short title catalogue of books Jeannette Wing, computer science researcher and corporate vice president of Microsoft Research Jerry L. Wing, American businessman and politician Joseph Wing, William Ricketson Wing, owners of whaling company J. & W. R. Wing Company Lorna Wing, Aspergers syndrome researcher Toby Wing, American actress Warner Wing, American jurist and legislator Wing, a DC Comics character Wing, a character from the manga series Hunter × Hunter Wing, a character from the Transformers universe Wing Commander, a media franchise comprising space combat simulation video games from Origin Systems, Inc.

Wing Commander, the eponymous first game in Chris Roberts' science fiction space flight simulation franchise "Wing", an episode of South Park featuring the singer Wing Wing, a ballroom dance move WING, an AM radio station in Dayton, Ohio Wing Chun, a concept-based traditional Southern Chinese Kung fu style and a form of self-defense known as "beautiful springtime" Wing Records, a record label Wing, a subsidiary of Alphabet T-Mobile Wing, a Pocket PC phone WinG, a Windows interface in computing Wing IDE, an integrated development environment for Python Wing, another term for fender, the panel which surrounds the wheel on a motor vehicle Wing, a type of spoiler, an aerodynamic device intended to generate downforce on a motor vehicle Wing configuration, is an aircraft design for fixed-wing aircraft, pertaining to its arrangement of lifting and related surfaces Wing, a combination shooting guard and small forward Wing, part of a building subordinate to the main Wing, a unit of command comprising two or more squadrons.

Delron Buckley

Delron Sebastian Buckley is a South African former footballer. His preferred position was on the left wing although he could play in the centre of midfield or as a striker. Born in Durban, Buckley's football career began with his local team Butcherfille Rovers Durban. At the age of 17 he was signed by German club VfL Bochum. Buckley spent most of his career in Germany, going through Bochum's youth teams and debuting in the Bundesliga in 1995. Buckley broke into the first squad in 1998 and remained a starter for much of his time at Bochum. Having spent nine professional seasons with Bochum, Buckley left in 2004 for Arminia Bielefeld where he enjoyed his most successful season scoring 15 goals and helping the team avoid relegation. Buckley picked up interest from higher-rated clubs. After only one season at Bielefeld, Buckley joined Borussia Dortmund for a reported transfer fee of €425,000, signed a four-year contract. Buckley's first season at Borussia Dortmund was unsuccessful as he failed to score in 28 league matches.

Regarded as bad signing, Buckley was loaned to Swiss club FC Basel 1893 for the 2006–07 season. He played his team debut for Basel on 10 September 2006 as Basel won 2–1 at home against FC Zürich in the St. Jakob-Park. After returning in July 2007, Buckley was able to regain his place in the Borussia squad for the 2007–08 season, but fell out of favour after the arrival of new manager Jürgen Klopp. In February 2009, he signed for 1. FSV Mainz 05 for the remainder of the season and was released on 30 June 2009, he moved to Cyprian club Anorthosis Famagusta FC where he played until the end of 2010–11 season. In January 2011, he transferred to German 2. Bundesliga team Karlsruher SC. On 26 June 2012, he signed for Maritzburg United, playing for the first time in his career in South Africa. Buckley made his international debut in a friendly against Zambia on 20 May 1998, he scored 10 goals for the South African national team. Buckley represented his country at the 1998 FIFA World Cup, 2002 FIFA World Cup and the 2004 African Nations Cup. Buckley is married and has three daughters.

He holds a German passport. In the summer of 2007, Delron was nicknamed "Martin" and "Martinus" by fans after it was announced that "Martin Buckley" of Borussia Dortmund was to join English Premier League club Sunderland AFC; the move broke down due to assurances over first team football. Source: Borussia Dortmund DFB-Pokal runner-up: 2007–08 Delron Buckley at Soccerway Delron Buckley at kicker.de

Jackson, Louisiana

Jackson is a town in East Feliciana Parish, United States. The population was 3,842 at the 2010 census, down from 4,130 in 2000, it is part of the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town of Jackson was founded in 1815 as the seat of justice for Feliciana Parish before the parish was divided into East and West; the town was a major commercial center and a center for education, earning it the title "Athens of the South". Legend holds that the town was called "Bear Corners" for the many wild black bears crossing nearby Thompson Creek, that it took its name from General Andrew Jackson, who camped there with his troops on the return trip north after the 1815 Battle of New Orleans. Jackson was the parish seat only until 1824, when Feliciana Parish was split into two parishes, with Clinton selected as the new seat of government in East Feliciana. Jackson was the location of the College of Louisiana from 1825 until 1845, the Methodist-affiliated Centenary College from 1845 until 1908, when it relocated to Shreveport.

The East Louisiana State Hospital was founded in Jackson in 1847. Jackson is located on the western edge of East Feliciana Parish at 30°52′15″N 91°12′52″W; the town's western border is Thompson Creek, the border with West Feliciana Parish. Louisiana Highway 10 passes through Jackson, leading east 12 miles to Clinton and west 12 miles to St. Francisville overlooking the Mississippi River. According to the United States Census Bureau, Jackson has a total area of 4.5 square miles, of which 0.01 square miles, or 0.15%, is water. As of the census of 2000, there were 4,130 people, 841 households, 596 families residing in the town; the population density was 924.2 people per square mile. There were 992 housing units at an average density of 222.0 per square mile. The racial makeup of the town was 46.56% White, 52.30% African American, 0.15% Native American, 0.39% Asian, 0.07% from other races, 0.53% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.34% of the population. There were 841 households out of which 33.5% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 44.8% were married couples living together, 21.6% had a female householder with no husband present, 29.1% were non-families.

26.9% of all households were made up of individuals and 10.2% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.54 and the average family size was 3.08. In the town, the population was spread out with 15.1% under the age of 18, 12.0% from 18 to 24, 44.5% from 25 to 44, 22.0% from 45 to 64, 6.5% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 36 years. For every 100 females, there were 226.0 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 264.7 males. The median income for a household in the town was $27,455, the median income for a family was $32,450. Males had a median income of $20,917 versus $17,896 for females; the per capita income for the town was $12,039. About 18.7% of families and 27.2% of the population were below the poverty line, including 27.8% of those under age 18 and 20.2% of those age 65 or over. The Republic of West Florida Historical Museum and its 3 ft narrow gauge Old Hickory Railroad are located in Jackson. Other points of interest include Feliciana Cellars Winery.

The Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections operates the Dixon Correctional Institute in Jackson. A branch of Baton Rouge Community College is presently located in Jackson. East Feliciana Parish School Board serves Jackson. Schools within Jackson include: East Feliciana High School Jackson Elementary School Kendell Beckwith, linebacker for NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers John Welch Jones, M. D. Junius Wallace Jones, major general of the United States Air Force Tom McVea, former Louisiana state representative, 1980-1984 and 2000-2012 Eddie Robinson, football coach in College Football Hall of Fame List of towns in Louisiana Jackson Historic District Official website Centenary State Historic Site "Jackson. II. A town of East Feliciana parish, Louisiana"; the American Cyclopædia. 1879