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Jaffas are an Australian-New Zealand registered trademark for a small round sweet consisting of a soft chocolate centre with a hard covering of orange flavoured, red coloured confectionery. The name derives from the Jaffa orange; the sweet is part of both Kiwiana. James Stedman-Henderson's Sweets Ltd, under their brand Sweetacres, released Jaffas onto the Australian and New Zealand markets in 1931; the confectionery is made in Australia by Allen's lollies, a division of Nestlé and in New Zealand by RJ's Licorice in Levin. A number of Australian and New Zealand amateur sporting groups use Jaffas as a team name. In Dunedin, New Zealand every year a vast quantity of Jaffas is raced down Baldwin Street – the world's steepest residential street, according to the Guinness World Records – as part of the Cadbury Chocolate carnival, held in conjunction with the New Zealand International Science Festival; the initial number of 20,000 Jaffas has now been increased to 30,000 Jaffas. The Australian supermarket business Coles has a generic version called "Choc Orange Balls".

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Njoro River Cave

Njoro River Cave is an archaeological site on the Mau Escarpment, first excavated in 1938 by Mary Leakey and her husband Louis Leakey. Excavations revealed a mass cremation site created by Elmenteitan pastoralists during the Pastoral Neolithic 3350-3050 BP. Excavations uncovered pottery, stone bowls, basket work and flakes; the Leakeys' excavation was one of the earliest to uncover ancient beads and tools in the area and a investigation in 1950 was the first to use radiocarbon dating in East Africa. The Njoro River Cave was the place of first use of radiocarbon dating in East Africa. Though the Leakeys only made a single observation in 1950 tests were conducted in the 1980s. Results from four total radiocarbon dates cluster at 3350-3050 BP. Seventy-eight individuals were recovered. While there is nothing that would suggest the items were only left for certain genders, the number of male remains found doubled the amount of female remains; each body was buried with some type of potsherd, bead, stone bowl, gourd or other various items.

It appears. First the bodies were wrapped in skins, they were bound and covered with soil before the burning took place. A hole was dug into the ground and the body was placed into the hole, they were covered with red ochre. A fire was lit on top, creating an oven atmosphere and leaving the remains in various states; the site contained thousands of beads made of semi-precious stones including agate, quartz and microcline. Before this excavation, beads such as these were thought to have been imported. Despite the fact many of the beads were burned for ceremonial purposes and lost their color, many of the excavated pieces kept their shape. Although many pottery pieces were found, they were only able to rebuild two pots. 78 stone vessels were recovered. There were several different types of bowls found, including platters and shallow basins, pestle-rubbing, deep bowls, round-and flat-based, convex-sided bowls with sharp rims and oval bowls; these patterns were more ornate than others in the region

Ivica Mornar

Ivica Mornar is a Croatian former footballer. He started as striker, but was deployed as a winger during his career. Mornar began his career with Hajduk Split before going on to play for Eintracht Frankfurt, Sevilla, CD Ourense, Standard Liège, Anderlecht and Portsmouth, he played 22 matches and scored once for the Croatian national team, representing them at Euro 2004. Mornar was born in Split. In Mornar's final season at Anderlecht, he scored their goal in a 1–1 home draw against Bayern Munich on 30 September 2003; the player was offered a new two-year contract by Anderlecht, but opted to move across the English channel to Portsmouth. He moved to the Premier League at the end of January 2004 for £500,000, signing a two-and-half-year deal. Mornar made his Pompey debut in a goalless draw at home to Wolverhampton, looked lively, he scored his first and only goal in the next game against Tottenham. A performance that earned Mornar the'Swan d'Or', a celebrated Croatian sporting award, he played as a winger in most of his Portsmouth appearances.

However, Mornar failed to recreate his previous form at Portsmouth. Out of the picture at the club, he was loaned to Rennes of the French Ligue 1 for the 2004–05 season, with Pompey manager Harry Redknapp saying that, he would allow Mornar to be sold upon his return, although this was not well received by the fans who admired his tireless running on the wings. Although it appeared that Mornar was in new boss Alain Perrin's plans for the 2005–06 campaign, he was thwarted by hamstring injuries throughout the season. Upon the return of Harry Redknapp as manager in December 2005 it looked as though Mornar's contract would be allowed to expire the next Summer. However, it transpired that there was a clause in his contract guaranteeing him a further year at the club should relegation be avoided and he remained a Portsmouth player, until September 2006 when his contract with the club was cancelled by mutual consent; this brought further complications due to the fact that Mornar could not find a club willing to sign him.

Despite his unceremonious exit from Portsmouth he enjoyed his time playing there and persuaded fellow Split native Niko Kranjčar to join the club. He offered his services to first league teams from Belgium, Scotland and Japan but no team was interested, thereby forcing his retirement. Mornar scored one goal for his country. Hajduk Split Prva HNL: 1992, 1993–94, 1994–95 Croatian Cup: 1992-93, 1994-95 Croatian Supercup: 1993, 1994Sevilla Trofeo Colombino: 1996R. S. C. Anderlecht Belgian First Division: 2003–04 Belgian Super Cup: 2001 Archive of Hajduk's matches

86th Academy Awards

The 86th Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, honored the best films of 2013 and took place on March 2, 2014, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles beginning at 5:30 p.m. PST / 8:30 p.m. EST; the ceremony was scheduled well after its usual late-February date to avoid conflicting with the 2014 Winter Olympics. During the ceremony, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presented Academy Awards in 24 categories; the ceremony was televised in the United States by ABC, produced by Neil Meron and Craig Zadan and directed by Hamish Hamilton. Actress Ellen DeGeneres hosted the show for the second time, having hosted the 79th ceremony held in 2007. In related events, the Academy held its 5th annual Governors Awards ceremony at the Grand Ballroom of the Hollywood and Highland Center on November 16, 2013. On February 15, 2014, in a ceremony at The Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, the Academy Awards for Technical Achievement were presented by hosts Kristen Bell and Michael B.

Jordan.12 Years a Slave won three awards including Best Picture. Gravity won the most awards with seven including Best Director for Alfonso Cuarón. Other winners included Dallas Buyers Club with three awards and The Great Gatsby with two, Blue Jasmine, The Great Beauty, Her, The Lady in Number 6, Mr Hublot, 20 Feet from Stardom with one; the telecast garnered nearly 44 million viewers in the United States, making it the most watched Oscar ceremony since the 72nd Academy Awards in 2000. The nominees for the 86th Academy Awards were announced on January 16, 2014, at 5:38 a.m. PST, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California, by Cheryl Boone Isaacs, president of the Academy, actor Chris Hemsworth. American Hustle and Gravity tied for the most nominations with ten each; the winners were announced during the awards ceremony on March 2, 2014. American Hustle became David O. Russell's second consecutive film to earn nominations in all acting categories and the fifteenth film overall in Oscar history to achieve this distinction.

It was the third film after Gangs of New York and True Grit to lose all ten of its nominations. Steve McQueen became the first black director to direct a Best Picture winner and the third such person to receive a nomination for directing. Alfonso Cuaron became the first person of Mexican descent to win Best Director. With Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto's respective wins in the Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor categories, Dallas Buyers Club was the fifth film to win both male acting awards. Additionally, 3 other films received nominations for both Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor. Cate Blanchett became the sixth actress to have won both female acting awards in her career. Lupita Nyong'o was the sixteenth Oscar acting winner to win for a debut film performance and the ninth Best Supporting Actress recipient to achieve this feat. Best Original Song co-winner Robert Lopez became the youngest individual to win an Academy, Emmy and Tony Award and the twelfth person overall to earn these accolades.

Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface, indicated with a double dagger. The Academy held its 5th Annual Governors Awards ceremony on November 16, 2013, during which the following awards were presented. Angela Lansbury — An entertainment icon who has created some of cinema's most memorable characters, inspiring generations of actors. Steve Martin — In recognition of his extraordinary talents and the unique inspiration he has brought to the art of motion pictures. Piero Tosi — A visionary whose incomparable costume designs shaped timeless, living art in motion pictures. Angelina Jolie The following individuals and groups, listed in order of appearance, presented awards or performed musical numbers. Despite the mixed reception received from the preceding year's ceremony, the Academy rehired Neil Meron and Craig Zadan as producers for the second consecutive year. However, actor Seth MacFarlane announced. In a statement released through Twitter, he wrote "Traumatized critics exhale: I'm unable to do the Oscars again.

Tried to make it work schedule-wise, but I need sleep." Furthermore and comedian Tina Fey, who co-hosted the 70th Golden Globe Awards more than a month earlier with fellow Saturday Night Live alumnus Amy Poehler, told Huffington Post columnist Mike Ryan that she would reject any offer to host an Oscar telecast commenting, "I just feel like that gig is so hard. For, like, a woman – the amount of months that would be spent trying on dresses alone – no way.”Shortly after the election of AMPAS president Cheryl Boone Isaacs in August 2013, Meron and Zadan announced that comedian and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres would host the 2014 ceremony. They explained their decision to bring back DeGeneres as host saying, "As a longtime friend, we had always hoped to find a project for us to do together and nothing could be more exciting than teaming up to do the Oscars. There are few stars today who have Ellen's gift with her great warmth and humanity, she is beloved everywhere and we expect that the audience at the Dolby Theatre and in homes around the globe will be as excited by this news as we are."

DeGeneres expressed that she was thrilled to be selected to emcee the gala again, commenting, "I am so excited to be hosting the Oscars for the second time. You know what they say – the third time’s the charm."As with last year's theme of music and the movies and Zadan centered the show around a theme. This year, they christened the show with a theme of saluting movie heroes commenting, "By celebrating the gamut of heroes who have enr

William A. Pusey

William A. Pusey was an American physician and past president of the American Medical Association, he advocated for the use of radiation in the treatment of skin diseases and he was an expert in the study of syphilis. Pusey authored several books, including the first history of dermatology, written in English. Pusey was born in Kentucky, his ancestors were Quakers. He was the son of a local physician with a successful practice. Pusey graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1885 and New York University School of Medicine in 1888. Interested in the specialty of dermatology, he went to Europe to practice for a while. Upon returning to the United States, he took over his father's practice in Elizabethtown, he worked as an examiner for the New York Life Insurance Company. In 1894, Pusey became the head of the new dermatology department at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago, he served in that capacity until 1915 treating patients at Cook County Hospital. He was an early proponent of treating skin conditions with radiation.

He became an expert in the treatment of syphilis and criticized the widespread use of arsenic in the management of the condition. Pusey wrote the first English-language history of dermatology. Pusey was a charter member of the Chicago Dermatological Society, he was president of the American Medical Association in 1924-25. During his term as AMA president, Pusey decried the costs associated with medical education, he criticized the fact that medical schools remained out of reach for those from poor rural backgrounds, which he said resulted in physician shortages in many rural areas. Pusey and his brother purchased a historic home in Elizabethtown, restored it and donated it to the community in the 1920s; the home became known as the Brown-Pusey House. Pusey was married to the former Sallie W. Cunningham. After Pusey retired from P&S, the school named him an honorary professor, he spent 16 years as the editor of the Archives of Syphilology. In 1940, Pusey died at his Chicago home. Pusey, W. A. Caldwell, E. W..

The practical application of the Röntgen rays in therapeutics and diagnosis. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. Pusey, W. A.. Principles and practice of dermatology. New York: D. Appleton & Co. List of presidents of the American Medical Association

Lalthangfala Sailo

Lalthangfala Sailo is an Indian educationist, short story writer, playwright and a former president of the Mizo Academy of Letters. He is a former deputy registrar at the Mizoram campus of the North Eastern Hill University, he has written several articles in Mizo language and has published several books including AIDS dona thawnthu tawi, ral hlauhawm chu, Zo kalsiam, Liandova te unau leh Sangi ingleng, Ainawn, the preface of, written by Laltluangliana Khiangte. The Government of India awarded him the fourth highest civilian honour of the Padma Shri, in 2009, for his contributions to Education. North Eastern Hill University Mizo literature Laltluangliana Khiangte Lalthangfala Sailo. Liandova te unau leh Sangi ingleng. Sailo. P. 60. OCLC 6304044. Lalthangfala Sailo. AIDS dona thawnthu tawi, ral hlauhawm chu. Health and Family Welfare Services & Mizo Academy of Letters. P. 189. OCLC 51088204. Lalthangfala Sailo. Zo kalsiam. Mizo Academy of Letters. P. 270. OCLC 55679508