James Stirling was a Scottish mathematician. He was nicknamed "The Venetian"; the Stirling numbers, Stirling permutations, Stirling's approximation are named after him. He proved the correctness of Isaac Newton's classification of cubics. Stirling was born on 11 May 1692 at Garden House near Stirling, the third son of Archibald Stirling, Lord Garden. At 18 years of age he went to Balliol College, where, chiefly through the influence of the Earl of Mar, he was nominated in 1711 to be one of Bishop Warner's exhibitioners at Balliol. In 1715 he was expelled on account of his correspondence with his cousins, who were members of the Keir and Garden families, who were noted Jacobites, had been accessory to the "Gathering of the Brig o' Turk" in 1708. From Oxford he made his way to Venice. In 1717 appeared his Lineae tertii ordinis Newtonianae, sive.... While in Venice he communicated, through Isaac Newton, to the Royal Society a paper entitled "Methodus differentialis Newtoniana illustrata". Fearing assassination on account of having discovered a trade secret of the glassmakers of Venice, he returned with Newton's help to London about the year 1725.
In London he remained for ten years, being most part of the time connected with an academy in Tower Street, devoting his leisure to mathematics and correspondence with eminent mathematicians. In 1730 his most important work was published, the Methodus differentialis, sive tractatus de summatione et interpolatione serierum infinitarum, something more than an expansion of the paper of 1718. In 1735, he communicated to the Royal Society a paper "On the Figure of the Earth, on the Variation of the Force of Gravity at its Surface." In the same year he was appointed manager for the Scots Mining Company at Leadhills, where the Scots Mining Company House was built for him in 1736. His next paper to the Royal Society was concerned, not with applied sciences, his name is connected with another practical undertaking, since grown to vast dimensions. The accounts of the city of Glasgow for 1752 show that the first instalment of ten millions sterling spent in making Glasgow a seaport, viz. a sum of £28, 4s.
4d. was for a silver tea-kettle to be presented to "James Stirling, for his service and trouble in surveying the river towards deepening it by locks." Another edition of the Lineae tertii ordinis was published in Paris in 1797. A considerable collection of literary remains, consisting of papers and two manuscript volumes of a treatise on weights and measures, are still preserved at Garden; this article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed.. "Stirling, James". Encyclopædia Britannica. Cambridge University Press; this work in turn cites: WP. Fraser, The Stirlings of Keir, their Family Papers, "Modern History of Leadhills", in Gentleman's Magazine Brewster, Memoirs of Sir Isaac Newton, ii. 300, 307, 411, 516 J. Nicol, Vital Statistics of Glasgow, p. 70 Glasgow Herald, 5 August 1886 O'Connor, John J..
The Cono-Sur Congregation is a congregation of monasteries within the Benedictine Confederation. Founded in 1976, the Congregation now includes ten male monasteries spread throughout four of the countries of South America's Southern Cone region. Additionally, eight female monasteries are members of the Congregation; the current Abbot President of the Congregation resides at Monasterio Benedictino Santa María in Los Toldos, Argentina. Argentina Abadía del Niño Dios, Entre Ríos Monasterio de la Pascua, Uruguay Monasterio San Benito de Llíu Llíu, Chile Abadía de Cristo Rey, El Siambón, Tucumán Abadía Santa María de Los Toldos, Los Toldos Monasterio Benedictino, Tupäsy María, Paraguay Abadía de San Benito, Luján Padres Benedictinos, Buenos Aires Monasterio de Ntra. Sra. de la Paz, San Agustín, Córdoba Chile Abadía de la Ssma. Trinidad de Las Condes, Santiago Argentina Monasterio Nuestra Señora del Paraná, Aldea María Luisa, Entre Ríos Abadía Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza, Santa Fe Abadía Gaudium Mariae, San Antonio de Arredondo, Córdoba Monasterio Nuestra Señora de la Fidelidad, San Luis Abadí¡ de Santa Escolá³'ica, Buenos Aires Chile Priorato Santa María de Rautén, Quillota Monasterio de la Asunción de Santa María Virgen, Rengo Uruguay Monasterio S. María Madre de la Iglesia, Montevideo Order of Saint Benedict Benedictine Confederation
The First Colony Inn known as LeRoy's Seaside Inn, First Colony Motor Inn, First Colony Apartments, Colony Beach Inn, is a historic hotel building located at Nags Head, Dare County, North Carolina. It was designed by Willis Leigh and built by Frank Benton It first opened in 1932 as LeRoy's Seaside Inn, by Henry LeRoy of Elizabeth City, North Carolina; the inn is a 2 1/2 - balloon frame building in the vernacular Shingle Style. The building is divided into three equal sections separated by open breezeways and arranged in an "H"-shaped configuration. Surrounding the building is a two-story engaged verandah, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993
Luna E-8 No.201 known as Luna Ye-8 No.201, sometimes identified by NASA as Luna 1969A, was a Soviet spacecraft, lost in a launch failure in 1969. It was a 5,590 kilograms Luna E-8 spacecraft, the first of three to be launched, It was intended to perform a soft landing on the Moon, in order to deploy a Lunokhod rover onto the surface, it carried the Lunokhod No.201 rover. Luna E-8 No.201 was launched at 06:48:15 UTC on 19 February 1969 atop a Proton-K 8K78K carrier rocket with a Blok D upper stage, flying from Baikonur Cosmodrome Site 81/24. The payload shroud collapsed at T+51 seconds as the booster was passing through the point of maximum aerodynamic pressure and debris struck the Proton's external N2O2 tanks at high speed, puncturing them and allowing oxidizer to spill out and ignite on contact with the engine exhaust, resulting in the explosion of the first stage; the upper stages were blasted free and impacted the ground. It was determined that the failure was due to a design flaw in the untested new payload shroud developed for the launch.
The Russian documentary Project E-8 includes a film clip of the ill-fated launch. Prior to the release of information about its mission, NASA identified that it had been an attempt to deploy a rover onto the lunar surface
Brininstool + Lynch, Ltd. is a Chicago-based architecture firm named for partners David Brininstool and Brad Lynch. Founded in 1989, the 33-person firm offers architecture, planning and product design services; the firm is known for its modern design aesthetic. Brininstool + Lynch has received awards for multiple projects including Wood House in Chicago, an office for Enova, an online financial services company, Racine Art Museum in Racine, Wisconsin, they are working on a mixed-use residential project in Toronto, an adaptive reuse of existing waterfront silos. In 2013, Brininstool + Lynch moved to its current location in the West Loop into a building, designed by them in 2001 for a previous client. Wood House, Chicago, IL Coffou Apartment, Chicago, IL Coffou Cottage, Michigan City, IN Claremont House, Chicago, IL Carus Residence, Peru, IL Thompson House, Chicago, IL 710 W. Grand, Chicago, IL Catalyst, Chicago, IL R+D 659, Chicago, IL 550 St. Clair, Chicago, IL 1720 S. Michigan, Chicago, IL 1620 S. Michigan, Chicago, IL 321 S. Sangamon, Chicago, IL Sterling Partners, Chicago, IL Enova 9th Floor, Chicago, IL Basecamp, Chicago, IL United Airlines Red Carpet Club, O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, IL Tiny Lounge, Chicago, IL Lincoln Building, Syracuse, NY Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI Perimeter Gallery, New York, NY Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, IL Divine Detail Award, Honor Award for Wood House, Chicago, IL Interior Architecture Award, Honor Award for Wood House, Chicago, IL Interior Architecture Award, Citation of Merit for Enova 9th Floor, Chicago, IL Sustainability Leadership Award, Citation of Merit for the Lincoln Building, Syracuse, NY Distinguished Building Award, Citation of Merit for the Coffou Cottage, Michigan City, IN Divine Detail Award, Citation of Merit for the Claremont House, Chicago, IL Distinguished Building Award, Citation of Merit for the Claremont House, Chicago, IL Interior Architecture Award, Honor Award for the Claremont House, Chicago, IL Distinguished Building Award, Citation of Merit for 1620 S. Michigan, Chicago, IL Interior Architecture Award, Citation of Merit for the Carus Residence, Peru, IL Distinguished Building Award, Honor Award for the Carus Residence, Peru, IL Divine Detail Award, Honor Award for the Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI Sustainable Design Award, Special Recognition for Downtown Revitalization for the Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI Distinguished Building Award, Citation of Merit for the Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI Interior Architecture Award, Honor Award for the Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI Residential Architect Design Award for Wood House, Chicago, IL Residential Architect Design Award for the Coffou Cottage, Michigan City, IN Residential Architect Design Award for the Claremont House, Chicago, IL Residential Architect Design Award for the Claremont House, Chicago, IL Bentley, Chris.
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Grey's Anatomy is an American medical drama television series that premiered on American Broadcasting Company as a mid-season replacement on March 27, 2005. The series has aired for fifteen seasons, focuses on the fictional lives of surgical interns and residents as they evolve into seasoned doctors while trying to maintain personal lives; the show's premise originated with Shonda Rhimes, who serves as an executive producer, along with Betsy Beers, Mark Gordon, Krista Vernoff, Rob Corn, Mark Wilding, Allan Heinberg. The series was created to be racially diverse, it is filmed in Los Angeles. The show's title is a play on the classic human anatomy textbook. Episodes have been broadcast on Thursday nights since Grey's third season; the first two seasons aired after Desperate Housewives in the Sunday 10:00 pm EST time-slot. All episodes are forty-three minutes, excluding commercials, are broadcast in both high-definition and standard. Episodes are available for download at the iTunes Store in standard and high definition, Amazon Video, with new episodes appearing the day after their live airings.
ABC Video on demand releases episodes of the show one to two days after their premieres. Recent episodes are available on ABC's Android/iTunes app or at ABC's official Grey's Anatomy website, on Hulu. In 2010, ABC signed a deal allowing Grey's Anatomy episodes to be streamed on Netflix. Grey's Anatomy was among the ten highest-rated shows in the United States from the show's first through fourth season; the show's episodes have won a number of awards, including a Golden Globe Award for Best Drama Series, a People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Drama, multiple NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Drama Series. Since its premiere, Buena Vista Home Entertainment has distributed all seasons on DVD. There have been several special episodes recapping events from previous episodes, two series of webisodes; as of February 27, 2020, 357 episodes of Grey's Anatomy have aired, including five specials. On April 20, 2018, ABC renewed Grey's Anatomy for a fifteenth season, making it the longest running drama for the network.
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