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Jeffrey Linkenbach

Jeffrey Scott "Jeff" Linkenbach II is an American football guard, a free agent. He was signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent in 2010, he played college football at Cincinnati and high school football at Margaretta High School in Castalia, OH. On September 8, 2010 Linkenbach signed with the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent. On August 29, 2011 Linkenbach was named the teams starting right tackle. On July 29, 2012 Linkenbach was moved to left guard. On March 11, 2013, the Colts tendered Linkenbach at the original-round level and on March 28 re-signed Linkenbach to a one-year. $1.323 million contract. On March 12, 2014 Linkenbach signed with the Kansas City Chiefs; the deal was a one-year $900,000 contract. After Linkenbach's contract with the Chiefs expired he visited the Miami Dolphins on April 21, 2015; the following day Linkenbach signed a one-year, $795,000 contract with the team. On December 16, 2015 Linkenbach was waived. On December 17, 2015, Linkenbach was claimed off waivers by the San Diego Chargers.

Linkenback was signed by the Jaguars. On August 29, 2016, he was placed on injured reserve. Miami Dolphins bio Kansas City Chiefs bio Indianapolis Colts bio Cincinnati Bearcats bio

Mohammed Ali Shehki

Mohammed Ali Shehki is a Pakistani pop singer, one of the greatest in Pakistan. Shehki entered the music scene in the 1970s with his composed and written songs, with a touch of Persian music, he earned a name for himself in Pakistani pop music and as a playback singer. Though Shehki is Persian by origin but has been living in Pakistan as a Pakistani national for most of his life, his family name'Shehki' comes from his Iranian father who used to work at the Iranian Consulate in Karachi. His father married a half-Iranian woman living in Karachi at the time, he studied engineering at the NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi and graduated from there in 1981. He made a career in aviation. Due to his originality, Shehki is the first pop singer receiving national awards for consecutive years by Pakistan Television Corporation and other national and international awards and recognitions. Shehki's passion for music took him to the forefront of the Pakistani show business. Sohail Rana, a well-known Pakistani film and television music composer, conducted an audition for PTV, Karachi television station in 1973.

Many boys and girls including Shehki participated in that audition. In fact, Shehki was Sohail Rana’s first choice because he had gained the top position in that audition. Shehki's debut song was ‘Sambhal, sambhal kar chalna hai.’ Music composer was Sohail Rana, the song was live telecast as an introduction by Karachi television station's program,'Naghma Zaar'. A first full song "Mere pyaar ke tu sung sung" by TV music composer Niaz Ahmed and producer Ghazanfar Ali. Blessed with a good strong voice, trained in basics of music by his ustad Habib Ahmed Khan, Sohail Rana, Shehki soon gained public recognition, he lent his voice to Sehba Akhtar’s national song, ‘Mein bhee Pakistan hoon, tu bhee Pakistan hai.’ a big hit of the time and'Aye Watan Tere Betay Hain' by music composer, Sohail Rana. After doing a five years stint as a main feature in PTV Program "Jharney", produced by Shoaib Mansoor, he ended up as a popular artist, with many hits like "Meri Ankhon se iss dunya ko dekho, phir jo chaho tau chali jana", "Tumse bicharker", "Nazaray" and several other hit songs.

He teamed up with Sultana Siddiqui doing a regular quarterly PTV show Dhanak as a singer and presenter. With Sahira Kazimi in PTV show Rang Tarang again for a long span of time. From that show, he piled up his hit songs like "Mere Bachpan Ke Din, Kitnay Achay thay Din" and "Ye Pehli Pehli Barish", he appeared with famous folk singer Allan Fakir to record this folk song, ‘Teray ishq mein jo doob gaya, Allah kar bhaiyya". "Ham Raat Bohat Roi" written by the poet Ibn-e-Insha again earned him the national award as the best singer. Due to his origin and fluency in Persian language, he did all Persian poetry programs on PTV of Allama Iqbal with its true essence, his numerous film songs are still remembered fondly songs composed by Indian composer Babul Bose for film "Raaz". In Pakistani TV film Shorr with actress Babra Sharif and directed by Ghazanfar Ali, besides playing the lead did the music score and film songs. In his film career, he acted in a total of 9 films, his films achieved some success at the box office but the industry was on the decline, so he left films.

His films are Dekh Tamasha, Choron ka Badshah celebrated platinum jubilee, Son of Andata, Zor Awar, Guide, Wachan, TV film Shorr. 3 Marriages 3 Daughters and 2 Sons Mohammad Ali Shehki on YouTube

Michael Grosse-Brömer

Michael Grosse-Brömer is a German politician and a member of the Bundestag for the German Christian Democratic Union. Grosse-Brömer is a lawyer and civil law notary, specializing in architects law. Grosse-Brömer joined the CDU in 1982. Grosse-Brömer was first elected to the Bundestag in the 2002 elections, he first served as member of the Committee on Legal Affairs and as chairman of its Sub-Committee on European Law. Between 2003 and 2004, he was one of 32 members of the Commission on the modernization of the federal state, established to reform the division of powers between federal and state authorities in Germany. Within the CDU/CSU parliamentary group, Grosse-Brömer joined the leadership committee in 2006. Following the 2009 federal elections, Grosse-Brömer assumed leadership of the Christian Democrats from Lower Saxony. In 2010 he became justicar of the parliamentary group of the CDU. In 2012 he succeeded Peter Altmaier as First Secretary of the parliamentary group, in this position assisting the parliamentary group's chairman Volker Kauder.

In addition, he is a member of the German-Austrian Parliamentary Friendship Group and the German-Irish Parliamentary Friendship Group. Since 2009, Grosse-Brömer has been member of the parliament’s Council of Elders, which – among other duties – determines daily legislative agenda items and assigning committee chairpersons based on party representation. Since 2014, he has been serving on the Committee on the Election of Judges, in charge of appointing judges to the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, he is a member of the parliamentary body in charge of appointing judges to the other Highest Courts of Justice, namely the Federal Court of Justice, the Federal Administrative Court, the Federal Fiscal Court, the Federal Labour Court, the Federal Social Court. Following the 2013 federal elections, Grosse-Brömer was part of the CDU/CSU team in the negotiations with the SPD on a coalition agreement. In the negotiations to form a coalition government with the Christian Social Union in Bavaria, the Free Democratic Party and the Green Party following the 2017 national elections, he was part of the 19-member delegation of the CDU.

Following a 2013 decision by the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, which ruled that gays and lesbians should be allowed to adopt children adopted by their partners, Grosse-Brömer told German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung that as a result of the “clear tendency in the decisions of the Federal Constitutional Court, we should move as as possible to implement the necessary constitutional right of equality.” Grosse-Brömer devised a compromise on binding rules to ensure more women sit on corporate boards after some of his parliamentary group’s lawmakers, led by Labor Minister Ursula von der Leyen, threatened to vote for the opposition-sponsored proposal to reserve as many as 40 percent of board seats for women. Under the agreement, at least 30 percent of the supervisory board of publicly traded companies must be reserved for women from 2020. In a 2013 German debate about moving towards tighter regulation of executive pay, Grosse-Brömer expressed his hope that transparency and shareholder scrutiny would be enough to put a stop to pay excesses and rejected a legal cap on payouts.

Speaking on plans to create a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership in 2014, he told the Financial Times that “he biggest advantage is that when the EU and the US make this deal, it will include standards which can be applied worldwide.” In the debate on international sanctions during the 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine, Grosse-Brömer supported tighter measures, saying said it was “right” to push for more sanctions on Russia and that “sanctions that have been held out must be implemented.” On Ukraine’s president Petro Poroshenko’s 2014 plan to hold a referendum on his country joining NATO, Grosse-Brömer swiftly commented: “NATO membership for Ukraine isn’t on the agenda at this point.” Grosse-Brömer sits on the advisory board of Wuppertal-based insurer Barmenia Versicherungen. List of German Christian Democratic Union politicians "Parlamentarischer Geschäftsführer: Grosse-Brömer soll Altmaiers Nachfolger werden". Der Spiegel. 21 May 2012. Personal website


Kildaree, Williamstown, Co Galway is a small townland located on the R327 regional road 2.8 miles/4.4 km outside the small village of Williamstown in northeast County Galway, Ireland. The townland is situated on the Galway/Roscommon border to the west and is 4.5 miles/7.3 km from the village of Cloonfad in County Roscommon. To the north, Kildaree is bordered by a turlough known as Coolcam Lough; this is a temporary lake that dries up during the warmer summer months, a typical feature of counties Galway, Mayo and Clare in the West of Ireland. The townland is home to four ringforts, Iron Age remnants of a by-gone era. Folklore and superstition have surrounded these ringforts for centuries and they are referred to as fairy forts by older generations; the focal point of the townland is the cemetery from which the area gets its name. A church stood within the grounds of this graveyard but there is little evidence of its existence today; some foundations remain but they are hidden by growth and all that remains visible is a holy water font carved into a rock near what would once have been the entrance to the church.

It is this water font. Legend has it that two local kings once fought over ownership of the church lands and in the heat of battle they struck the water font several times with their swords, cutting a number of slices into the stone that are visible today. A more story is that this was a rejected piece of masonry from the construction of the church, recycled into a holy water font and the markings are in fact a stonemason’s failed attempt to chisel the stone to their requirements, but if nothing else, it is a testament to the vivid imagination and storytelling skills of locals in days gone by! In the time of Landlord ownership, Kildaree was once part of a larger swath of land owned by the Gore-Booth family who lived in Lissadell House in County Sligo. Constance Gore-Booth is today better known as Constance Markievicz, a close friend of W. B. Yeats and an iconic female figure involved in the early struggle and politics of the founding of the state, the Republic of Ireland. Today, the area has a small population of just 28 people and has only 10 houses within its boundaries.


Hoorn railway station

Hoorn is the main railway station of the town of Hoorn, Netherlands. The station opened on 20 May 1884 as part of the Zaandam–Hoorn railway line. On 6 June 1885 the line was extended to Enkhuizen. Other lines that opened were the Hoorn - Medemblik line in 1887, the Hoorn - Heerhugowaard line in October 1898; the station has a florist, a music shop and a restaurant. In 1985 another station opened to the east, Hoorn Kersenboogerd. Now behind the station is the steam railway from Hoorn - the Steamtrain Hoorn Medemblik. From 8 May 2009 the Stoptrein 3300 was cut between Hoorn and Hoorn Kersenboogerd, but returned in December 2009 The following services call at Hoorn: 2x per hour intercity service Enkhuizen - Hoorn - Amsterdam - Hilversum - Amersfoort 2x per hour intercity service Enkhuizen - Hoorn - Amsterdam 2x per hour local service Hoofddorp - Schiphol - Zaandam - Hoorn Kersenboogerd 2x per hour local service Hoorn - Alkmaar - Uitgeest - Haarlem - Amsterdam Buses depart from the bus station outside the station.

Services are operated by Connexxion, with the exception of 314 and 317, which are operated by EBS. NS website Dutch public transport travel planner


Gyrometopus is an extinct genus from a well-known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived during the Arenig stage of the Ordovician Period 479 to 472 million years ago; the central raised area is flattened and its front is expanded. There are 3 pairs of narrow furrows that define lateral lobes; the lip, the part of the doublure on the midline, is semicircular and the left and right sutures connect before reaching the inner margin of doublure. The articulate midlength part of the exoskeleton has 11 segments, which are divided by narrow pleural furrows; the margin of the tailshield is entire, the frontal two segments are well-defined by narrow pleural and interpleural furrows. Gyrometopus is found in the Lower Ordovician of Sweden. Gyrometopus is close to the common ancestor of the Phacopina. Gyrometopus is phacopid in appearance, but unlike in other Phacopina, a rostral plate is present, although it does not reach the inside of the cephalic doublure, as is customary in non-Phacopine trilobites