Qin'an County is a county in the east of Gansu province of the People's Republic of China. It is under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Tianshui, its postal code is 741600, in 1999 its population was 567,553 people. As of 2018, the population is 618,000 people, it is one of the poorest counties of Gansu, being appointed as one of 23 counties part of a provincial poverty allevation project. The area has been inhabited since prehistoric times, as evidenced by 68 Neolithic cultural sites including the Dadiwan culture, it is reputedly the county where Zhuge Liang's troops, commanded by Ma Su, were defeated by Zhang He at the Battle of Jieting. Known as Chengji, it vied with Tianshui as the seat of the medieval province of Qinzhou during the Tang Dynasty and Five Dynasties eras. Qin'an County governs 5 towns and 12 townships, which govern over a total of 6 residential communities and 428 villages. Xingguo Town, county seat Guojiazhen Xichuan Town Lianhua Town Longcheng Town Wuying Township Anfu Township Liuping Township Yunshan Township Weidian Township Zhongshan Township Yebao Township Xingfeng Township Wangyin Township Wangyao Township Wangpu Township Qianhu Township List of administrative divisions of Gansu
A number of standards specific to military organizations exist for trailer connectors, the electrical connectors between vehicles and the trailers they tow that provide a means of control for the trailers. These can be found on surplus equipment sold for civilian use. NATO uses a 12-pin connector according to STANAG 4007. However, note that there are deviations from the standard depending on which country it is applied, which means that the table below may not be accurate; the following supplementary information exists for the connector: Some documentation indicates that the terminal A, C and H must be interconnected, this will conflict with the definition of Blackout and Convoy modes according to STANAG 4007 when these pins have different purposes. To clarify: Pin A is for activation of so-called Blackout Mode, it turns off all the lights except convoy lighting. The lighting inside the vehicle shall be extinguished if it is not shaded. Pin C is for Convoy Lamps, the special convoy lighting, corresponding to the tail lights, to be used while driving in the dark.
Pin H is for rear fog light and the rear fog light shall be disabled when pin A is active. This is physically the same connector as the NATO connector, but with different wiring; this means that if you aren't careful and mix this up with the STANAG 4007 wiring you run the risk short circuits and blown fuses. The following supplementary information exists for the connector
The 2013 Buffalo Bulls football team represented the University at Buffalo in the 2013 NCAA Division I FBS football season. They were led by fourth-year head coach Jeff Quinn and played their home games at University at Buffalo Stadium, they completed as a member of the East Division of the Mid-American Conference. They finished the season 6 -- 2 in MAC play to finish in second place in the East Division, they were invited to the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, only the second bowl game in school history, where they were defeated by San Diego State. Source: Schedule In their first game of the season, the Bulls lost, 40–20 to the Ohio State Buckeyes. In their second game of the season, the Bulls lost, 70–13 to the Baylor Bears. In their third game of the season, the Bulls won, 26–23, in 5 overtimes, over the Stony Brook Seawolves. In their fourth game of the season, the Bulls won, 41–12 over the UConn Huskies. In their fifth game of the season, the Bulls won, 42–14 over the Eastern Michigan Eagles. In their sixth game of the season, the Bulls won, 33–0 over the Western Michigan Broncos.
In their seventh game of the season, the Bulls won, 32–3 over the Massachusetts Minutemen. In their eighth game of the season, the Bulls won, 41–21 over the Kent State Golden Flashes. In their ninth game of the season, the Bulls won, 30–3 over the Ohio Bobcats. In their tenth game of the season, the Bulls lost, 51–41 to the Toledo Rockets. In their eleventh game of the season, the Bulls won, 44–7 over the Miami RedHawks. In their twelfth game of the season, the Bulls lost, 24–7 to the Bowling Green Falcons; the game was promoted as the "Clash at the Ralph," returning college football to the 70,000+ seat Ralph Wilson Stadium for the first time since the 1970s. Had the Bulls won this game, they would have qualified for the MAC Championship Game. In their thirteenth game of the season, the Bulls lost, 49–24 to the San Diego State Aztecs in the 2013 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl in Boise, Idaho
Sandip Roy is an Indian journalist based in Kolkata after living in the US for two decades. Roy writes on this topic for the media, he returned to India after 20 years living in San Francisco, where he worked as a software engineer before turning to full-time writing. He is the Culture Editor of the news portal Firstpost, he is a contributing editor with the Huffington Post, a regular commentator for NPR's "Morning Edition" and New America Media. He has a weekly program on KALW 91.7FM, a public radio station in the San Francisco Bay Area. Roy is the author of the novel; the story of secrets within two generations of an Indian family transplanted to the US, the action takes place between Kolkata, an American college town, California. The book was a 2016 longlist nominee for the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature published in English. Roy has contributed stories to various anthologies including Storywallah!, Contours of the Heart, Because I Have a Voice: Queer Politics in India, Out! Stories from the New Queer India, New California Writing 2011 and The Phobic and the Erotic: The Politics of Sexualities in Contemporary India.
Heinrich Unkel, O. F. M. or Arnold von Unkel was a Roman Catholic prelate. Heinrich Unkel was appointed a priest in the Order of Friars Minor. In 1481, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Sixtus IV as Auxiliary Bishop of Cologne and Titular Bishop of Cyrene, he died on 22 Jan 1482. Cheney, David M. "Cyrene". Catholic-Hierarchy.org. Retrieved January 4, 2019. Chow, Gabriel. "Titular Episcopal See of Cyrene". GCatholic.org. Retrieved January 4, 2019. Cheney, David M. "Archdiocese of Köln ". Catholic-Hierarchy.org. Retrieved January 4, 2019. Chow, Gabriel. "Metropolitan Archdiocese of Köln". GCatholic.org. Retrieved January 4, 2019