Intimate Cabaret was a British television programme broadcast from 1937 to 1939 on BBC Television. It was one of several spin-offs from the BBC series Cabaret, it was a live variety programme. There were 24 episodes; the first seven were produced by the last two by Eric Fawcett. No episode has survived; the following performers appeared in the series five or more times, or as of February 2016 are the subjects of Wikipedia articles. Their numbers of appearances are given in parentheses. BBC Television Orchestra Evel Burns, pianist Jane Carr, English actress Cyril Fletcher, English comedian Steven Geray, Hungarian-born actor Tommy Handley, British comedian Bruno Hoffmann, German player of the glass harp Stanley Holloway, English comedian Nelson Keys, British actor and singer Magda Kun, Hungarian-born actress Eve Lister, British actress Billy Mayerl, English pianist and composer Derek Oldham, English singer and actor Irene Prador, Austrian actress Oliver Wakefield, British actor and comedian Cabaret Cabaret Cartoons Cabaret Cruise Comedy Cabaret Eastern Cabaret Western Cabaret Intimate Cabaret on IMDb "Search for Intimate Cabaret".
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Low Kii Savage is the debut extended play by American singer and songwriter Kiiara. It was released on March 22, 2016, through EFFESS, Atlantic Records, Warner Music Group; the EP was produced by Casper and B. Brenton Duvall, Felix Snow, executively produced by David Singer-Vine. Musically, Low Kii Savage is a set of songs where Kiiara breathily sings over gloomy electronic pop and trap instrumentals about, according to writer Chester Chin, "casual flirtations and epic parties." Andy Kellman of AllMusic compared it to the works of Jhené Aiko and Banks. Brennan Carley of Spin magazine wrote that on Low Kii Savage, Kiiara "possesses all the chill of mint gum but her hooks are bubblelicious." Chin, writing for Star2.com, opined that while some of the EP's songs were "forgettable," the record was enjoyable for its "ethereal" electronic sound and Kiiara's vocal performances that made it "effortlessly sexy." Renowned for Sound disliked most of Low Kii Savage for focusing more on club music tropes and sounds than emotional impacts towards the listener, Kellman dismissed the EP as unmemorable "of-the-moment mood music."
On the Billboard week dated April 16, 2016, Low Kii Savage, debuted at number 192 on the magazine's official United States album chart and 13 on its Heatseekers Albums chart. On the week of June 4, due to the chart ranking streaming equivalent albums, the amount of streams on "Gold" led the EP to rise from number 165 to 153. By the week of July 23, Low Kii Savage went from position 114 to 78, selling 8,000 equivalent album units that week; the album peaked at number 41. "Gold" was released as the lead single from the EP digitally on October 26, 2015, to Top 40 radio on May 10, 2016. The single became her first entry on the US Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at number 13 in October 2016. "Feels" was released on January 15, 2016, as the second single from the EP."Hang Up tha Phone" premiered on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show on March 21, 2016
Isaac Newton Morris was a United States Representative from Illinois, son of Thomas Morris and brother of Jonathan David Morris. Isaac N. Morris was born in Ohio. Morris attended Miami University in Ohio, he studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1835 and commenced practice in Warsaw, Illinois, in 1836. He continued the practice of law, he declined. He served as president of the Illinois & Michigan Canal Co. in 1841. He served as member of the State house of representatives 1846-1848. Morris was elected as a Democrat to the Thirty-sixth Congresses, he was not a candidate for renomination in 1860. He was appointed commissioner for the Union Pacific Railroad by President Ulysses S. Grant in 1869. Morris died in Quincy, Illinois on October 29, 1879, was interred in Woodland Cemetery, he is the namesake of Illinois. United States Congress. "Isaac N. Morris". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress; this article incorporates public domain material from the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress website http://bioguide.congress.gov
Two Brothers in Trinity or Two Brothers in a Place Called Trinity is a 1972 Italian Spaghetti western low comedy film directed by Renzo Genta and Richard Harrison, produced by Fernando Piazza. It was called Due Fratelli, it stars Gino Marturano, Luciano Rossi, Osiride Pevarello. In this film the half brothers pair Jesse and Lester converges to lay their hands and what keepst them together is their inherited mind, as between Hallelujah and Sartana in Alleluja e Sartana, figli di... Dio, the hero and the monk in Tedeum and Slim and the pizza baker/preacher in Posate le pistole... reverendo. Lancia, Enrico. Gli Attori M-z - 8884402697. 2. Gremese Editore. P. 292. ISBN 9788884402691. Two Brothers in Trinity on IMDb
In stereochemistry, cryptochirality is a special case of chirality in which a molecule is chiral but its specific rotation is non-measurable. The underlying reason for the lack of rotation is the specific electronic properties of the molecule; the term was introduced by Kurt Mislow in 1977. For example, the alkane 5-ethyl-5-propylundecane found in certain species of Phaseolus vulgaris is chiral at its central quaternary carbon, but neither enantiomeric form has any observable optical rotation: It is still possible to distinguish between the two enantiomers by using them in asymmetric synthesis of another chemical whose stereochemical nature can be measured. For example, the Soai reaction of 2-pyrimidine-5-carbaldehyde with diisopropylzinc performed in the presence of 5-ethyl-5-propylundecane forms a secondary alcohol with a high enantiomeric excess based on the major enantiomer of the alkane, used. A slight enantiomeric excess of the alkane is amplified due to the autocatalytic nature of this reaction.
Cryptochirality occurs in polymeric systems growing from chiral initiators, for example in dendrimers having lobes of different sizes attached to a central core. The term is used to describe a situation where an enantiomeric excess lies far below the observational horizon, but is still relevant, e.g. in enantiosensitive, self-amplifying reactions
The Saint-Chinian is a French wine, from the Languedoc-Roussillon wine region of France. It is a blend a several grape varieties, produced in red, rosé, white versions. Since 1982, the name is protected by an appellation d'origine contrôlée, its terroir was named after the nearby village of Saint-Chinian. It is considered to be the oldest winemaking area in the old Languedoc region of France as the vineyards have been cultivated since ancient times; the vineyards were developed during the Roman presence in France, notably at the time of the development of the Via Domitia, the first Roman road to link Gaul and Hispania. The wines produced at the time were exported in ceramic vases known as amphoras, across the Mediterranean Sea, were much appreciated in Rome, they are mentioned by Pliny the Younger in their stories. During the Middle Ages, the monks saved a part of the vineyard as at the time, wine was produced by abbeys and monasteries. Towards the 18th century, the Benedictine monks developed the vines in the Vernazobres valley, a tributary of the Orb, near Saint-Chinian.
The vineyard in Languedoc developed as a result of the opening of the Canal du Midi at the end of the 17th century. The wine could be exported towards the north of France and the rest of Europe. In the region of Saint-Chinian, the decline of smaller industries has worked in favour of the wine-making industry; the profits and workforce have been transferred to this industry. The 19th century saw. Thanks to the development of rail transport and the increase in railroads, the wine of Hérault can be efficiently dispatched towards the north of France and Europe; the large wine producers are have wine-producing châteaus known as "folies". Béziers claims to be the "wine capital of the world". After the Second World War, since the 1970s in particular, the Languedoc region has suffered from the problem of overproduction, it therefore has had to try to promote quality over quantity. An improved variety of grapes is used. In 1951 Saint-Chinian was classified as a Vin Délimité de Qualité Supérieure, the second highest category of French wine.
In 1982 the area was awarded AOC Saint-Chinian. The application for the appellation was supported by Raoul Bayou, parliamentarian from Hérault and past mayor of Cessenon. At the turn of the millennium, the Languedoc region went through a serious wine-making crisis: overproduction, bad sales and competition with wines from the New World and the Southern hemisphere on the international market. A number of co-operative wine-makers have found themselves in great financial difficulty and have received help from the French State or the European Union. There has been a number of demonstrations in the region, some violent, with support for elected locals coming from wine-making communes; some wine-growers are constricted to picking only their own vines. In 2004, the Institut National des Appellations d'Origine recognised the existence of two under-appellation communes: Saint-Chinian-Berlou and Saint-Chinian-Roquebrun. 2004 saw the introduction of the Saint-Chinian Blanc appellation. The Saint-Chinian AOC is situated at the foot of the edges of the Massif Central, the plateau of Espinouse, to the west of the department of Hérault, between Béziers and Saint-Pons de Thomières.
It is exposed towards the Mediterranean Sea. To the North, it is bordered by scrubland. To the South, it goes past the wine-producing plain of Béziers, it is crossed by the Orb, its two tributaries, which provide the water for the Saint-Cinian vines, the Lirou, which provides the water for the Puisserguier vines. The ground of the AOC Saint-Chinian is split into two distinct sides. To the north of the appellation, the soil is composed of schists, just like the soil at the Faugères area; the wines produced on these schists are of a deep colour expressive in the mouth, fruity and a little acidic. It is these wines which are preserved for quite some time. To the south of the appellation, beyond the village of Saint-Chinian, the soils are quite clayey and chalky; the ground is chalkier towards the villages of Assignan and Villespassans. The wines produced on this type of soil are less robust; the vineyards are situated in the department of Hérault, about twenty kilometres west of Béziers. The vineyards stretches over the communes of: Assignan, Babeau-Bouldoux Berlou, Causses-et-Veyran, Cazedarnes, Cébazan, Cessenon-sur-Orb, Cruzy, Ferrières-Poussarou, Murviel-lès-Béziers, Prades-sur-Vernazobre, Quarante, Saint-Chinian, Saint-Nazaire-de-Ladarez and Villespassans.
The grapes used at Saint-Chinian are Carignan, Grenache, Lledoner Pelut, Mourvèdre and Syrah. Syrah, Mourvèdre and Grenache represent 70% of the grapes grown on the land; the Carignan grape is used in the making of red wines, while the Cinsault grape is better for the making of fruity rosé wines. Certain wine-growers offer 100% Carignan vines, but as Vin de Table as these products, which are not blends as required by the AOC regulations, cannot be sold under the Saint-Chinian AOC designation. In the South, the vines are trained using metal wires and are attached to them, whereas in the North, they use the "goblet" vine training system on sloping vineyards. With regards to the volume of wine, the Saint-Chinian AOC is the