Jeremiah is an unincorporated community located in Letcher County, United States. The climate in this area is characterized by high temperatures and evenly distributed precipitation throughout the year; the Köppen Climate System describes the weather as humid subtropical, uses the abbreviation Cfa
Symphony No. 1 (Bernstein)
Leonard Bernstein's Symphony No. 1 Jeremiah was composed in 1942. Jeremiah is a programmatic work, following the Biblical story of the prophet Jeremiah; the third movement uses texts from the Book of Lamentations in the Hebrew Bible, sung by a mezzo-soprano. The work won the New York Music Critics' Circle Award for the best American work of 1944; the symphony is written for 2 flutes, piccolo, 2 oboes, English horn, E-flat clarinet doubling bass clarinet, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, contrabassoon, 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, timpani, snare drum, bass drum, triangle, wood block, piano, mezzo-soprano, strings. The symphony is in three movements: Prophecy Profanation Lamentation Lamentations 1:1-3אֵיכָ֣ה ׀ יָֽשְׁבָ֣ה בָדָ֗ד הָעִיר֙ רַבָּ֣תִי עָ֔ם הָֽיְתָ֖ה כְּאַלְמָנָ֑ה רַבָּ֣תִי בַגּוֹיִ֗ם שָׂרָ֨תִי֙ בַּמְּדִינ֔וֹת הָֽיְתָ֖ה לָמַֽס׃ בָּכ֨וֹ תִבְכֶּ֜ה בַּלַּ֗יְלָה וְדִמְעָתָהּ֙ עַ֣ל לֶֽחֱיָ֔הּ אֵֽין־לָ֥הּ מְנַחֵ֖ם מִכָּל־אֹֽהֲבֶ֑יהָ כָּל־רֵעֶ֨יהָ֙ בָּ֣גְדוּ בָ֔הּ הָ֥יוּ לָ֖הּ לְאֹֽיְבִֽים׃ גָּֽלְתָ֨ה יְהוּדָ֤ה מֵעֹ֨נִי֙ וּמֵרֹ֣ב עֲבֹדָ֔ה הִ֚יא יָֽשְׁבָ֣ה בַגּוֹיִ֔ם לֹ֥א מָֽצְאָ֖ה מָנ֑וֹחַ כָּל־רֹֽדְפֶ֥יהָ הִשִּׂיג֖וּהָ בֵּ֥ין הַמְּצָרִֽים׃ Lamentations 1:8...חֵ֤טְא חָֽטְאָה֙ יְר֣וּשָׁלִַ֔ם Lamentations 4:14-15נָע֤וּ עִוְרִים֙ בַּֽחוּצ֔וֹת נְגֹֽאֲל֖וּ בַּדָּ֑ם בְּלֹ֣א יֽוּכְל֔וּ יִגְּע֖וּ בִּלְבֻֽשֵׁיהֶֽם׃...ס֣וּרוּ טָמֵ֞א קָ֣רְאוּ לָ֗מוֹ ס֤וּרוּ ס֨וּרוּ֙ אַל־תִּגָּ֔עוּ Lamentations 5:20...לָ֤מָּה לָנֶ֨צַח֙ תִּשְׁכָּחֵ֔נוּ...לָנֶ֨צַח֙...
תַּֽעַזְבֵ֖נוּLamentations 5:21...הֲשִׁיבֵ֨נוּ יְהוָ֤ה ׀ אֵלֶ֨יךָ֙ Lamentations 1:1-3 Eicha yashva vadad ha-ir rabati am hay’ta k’almana, rabati vagoyim sarati bam’dinot hay’ta lamas. Bacho tivkeh balaila v’dim’ata al leḥeya. Galta Y’huda me'oni, umerov avodah, hi yashva vagoyim, lo matsa mano-aḥ. Lamentations 1:8 Ḥet ḥata Y’rushalayim Lamentations 4.14-15 Na-u ivrim baḥutsot, n’go-alu badam, b’lo yuchlu yig’u bilvushehem. Suru tame kar’u lamo, suru, al tiga-u... Lamentations 5:20-21 Lama lanetsaḥ tishkaḥenu... Lanetsaḥ... taazvenu... Hashivenu Adonai eleḥa CHAPTER 1.1-3 How doth the city sit solitary, That was full of people! How is she become as a widow? She, great among the nations, and princess among the provinces. How is she become tributary! She weepeth sore in the night. Judah is gone into exile because of affliction, and because of great servitude. All her pursuers overtook her Within the narrow passes. CHAPTER 1.8 Jerusalem hath grievously sinned... How doth the city sit solitary...a widow. CHAPTER 4.14-15 They wander as blind men in the streets, they are polluted with blood, so that men cannot touch their garments.
Depart, ye unclean! they cried unto them, depart! Touch us not... CHAPTER 5.20-21 Wherefore dost thou forget us forever, forsake us so long time?... Turn thou us unto thee, o lord... The work was premiered on January 28, 1944, at the Syria Mosque in Pittsburgh with the composer conducting the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra; the soloist was Jennie Tourel. It was premiered in New York City on March 1944, at Carnegie Hall, again with Tourel as soloist. Bernstein first recorded the symphony in February 1945 with the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and soloist Nan Merriman for RCA Victor, he re-recorded it in stereo for CBS Records in 1962 with the New York Philharmonic. A live concert with the Israel Philharmonic and soloist Christa Ludwig at the 1977 Berlin Festival formed the basis for Bernstein's third recording, released in 1978 on Deutsche Grammophon, it went unrecorded by anyone else until after the composer's death. It has since taken up by several conductors, recordings now include those by Leonard Slatkin, James Judd, Marin Alsop and Gustavo Dudamel.
The "Lamentation" movement has been recorded as a standalone work. A transcription of the "Profonation" movement exists for wind band, completed by Frank Bencriscutto
Jeremiah is a Belgian science fiction comic book series by Hermann Huppen. Jeremiah was created in 1979 for the German magazine Zack, had a premiere in Sarajevo based Strip art magazine, since the editor of this magazine, Ervin Rustemagic, was Hermann's manager, it has been serialized in the French-language Métal Hurlant and Spirou magazine. There are 34 volumes and one "Special Edition" in French and Dutch. Racial wars have torn the U. S. apart, resulting in a post-apocalyptic world. Many small pockets of civilization still exist. Jeremiah and his friend Kurdy travel the country, taking odd jobs and getting mixed up in various affairs. Jeremiah, being the more noble of the two sticks his neck out to help others, while Kurdy is a more wily, opportunistic scoundrel. Despite its setting, Jeremiah's underlying motif is of the survival of mankind; the storylines carry little from album to album. Jeremiah has been translated into 26 languages, has a large fan base in Europe. Tome #25, Et si un jour la Terre, was nominated for the 2005 Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize Awarded by the Audience.
Various attempts to introduce the series to the American market have had middling results due to the different tastes of the American and European comic book public. The current holder of the English language copyrights is Strip Art Features. After failing to reach American audiences in the 1980s and 1990s with such publishers as Fantagraphics, Catalan Communications, Malibu Comics. In March 2012 Dark Horse Comics begun another English language reprint series in collaboration with SAF. Following are the Jeremiah comic albums as named in French, with publication dates. An American television series, was produced from 2002–2004. Developed by Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski and executive produced by Straczynski and Sam Egan, the series is loosely based on the Jeremiah comics series. Aside from the names of the two main characters, the general personality of the protagonist, the post-apocalyptic setting, there are no similarities between the comics and the series. Hombre Hermann Huppen official site Dark Horse profile
University of Guelph
The University of Guelph is a comprehensive public research university in Guelph, Canada. It was established in 1964 after the amalgamation of Ontario Agricultural College, the MacDonald Institute, the Ontario Veterinary College, has since grown to an institution of more than 32,000 students and over 1,500 faculty as of fall 2015, it offers 94 undergraduate degrees, 48 graduate programs, 6 associate degrees in many different disciplines. The Veterinary medicine program at the University of Guelph was ranked 4th in the world in 2015; the University of Guelph is ranked 4th in Canada in Maclean's "University Rankings 2018" in the Comprehensive category, which includes universities that conduct a significant degree of research and offer a wide range of undergraduate and professional degrees. It is given top marks for student satisfaction among medium-sized universities in Canada by The Globe and Mail, it has held these rankings with its reputation, innovative research-intensive programs, lively campus life cited as particular strengths.
According to the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, the university's Hospitality and Tourism Management program has Canada's highest research index. The University of Guelph has been ranked 50th by Times Higher Education in their list of the top 100 universities under 50 years old; the university has a key focus on life science and has ranked 76–100 in the world by ARWU. The faculty at the University of Guelph hold 28 Canada Research Chair positions in the research areas of natural sciences, health sciences and social sciences. Academic achievements include the first scientific validation of water on Mars, Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer on board the Curiosity rover, the Barcode of Life project for species identification; the University of Guelph traces its origins back to when the Ontario government bought 200 hectares of farmland from Frederick William Stone and opened the Ontario School of Agriculture on May 1, 1874, renamed the Ontario Agricultural College in 1880. The Experimental Farm has been part of the original project along with the museum of agriculture and horticulture.
Its first building was Moreton Lodge, located where Johnston Hall now stands, which included classrooms, residences, a library, a dining room. In 1874, the school started an apiculture department, teaching students about bees and beekeeping, in a dedicated building. In more recent years, the program has continued at the Honey Bee Research Centre located in the Arboretum, continuing research on honeybee health, providing apiculture and beekeeping courses and offering "many other educational experiences" including informative videos for beekeepers; the Macdonald Institute was established in 1903 to house women's home economics programs, nature studies, some domestic art and science. It was named after its financier, Sir William Macdonald, who worked to promote domestic sciences in rural Canada, founded Macdonald College and McGill University College; the Ontario Veterinary College, founded in Toronto in 1862, was moved to Guelph in 1922. Famous economist John Kenneth Galbraith was an undergraduate at the college.
In 1919 the Ontario Agricultural College aimed at recruiting "farm boys" with a low cost, two year program and "the lowest possible rate" for room and board. The Ontario Legislature amalgamated the three colleges into the single body of the University of Guelph on May 8, 1964; the University of Guelph Act brought about the Board of Governors to oversee administrative operations and financial management, the Senate to address academic concerns. The non-denominational graduate and undergraduate institution was, remains known for the agricultural and veterinary programs that shaped it. Wellington College was established shortly after the University of Guelph Act, five years was split three ways into the College of Arts, which exists in the present day, the College of Physical Science and the College of Social Science; the Macdonald Institute would be renamed the College of Family and Consumer Studies during the split. After this split, the University of Guelph started reorganizing into its present-day form, starting from the establishment of the College of Biological Sciences in 1971.
The College of Physical Science would be married to the OAC's School of Engineering in 1989, creating the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. The College of Social Science and the College of Family and Consumer Studies were joined to create the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences in 1998; the College of Management and Economics would be established from the segregation of offered business and economic degrees and courses in 2006. The university is named after the city. Guelph comes from the Italian Guelfo and the Bavarian-Germanic Welf known as Guelf, it is a reference to the reigning British monarch at the time Guelph was founded, King George IV, whose family was from the House of Hanover, a younger branch of the House of Welf was sometimes spelled as Gwelf. The main university campus spans 412 hectares, including the 165-hectare University of Guelph Arboretum and a 12-hectare research park. Earliest examples of the campus' architecture date back to the inception of the Ontario Agricultural College and include the President's house and Raithby House, which were constructed with local limestone.
The campus has a number of notable midcentury modernist buildings in the Brutalism style, which were constructed in the 1960s as part of the school's
Jeremiah called the "weeping prophet", was one of the major prophets of the Hebrew Bible. According to Jewish tradition, Jeremiah authored the Book of Jeremiah, the Books of Kings and the Book of Lamentations, with the assistance and under the editorship of Baruch ben Neriah, his scribe and disciple. Greater detail is known about Jeremiah's life than for that of any other prophet. However, no biography of him can be written. Judaism considers the Book of Jeremiah part of its canon, regards Jeremiah as the second of the major prophets. Christianity regards Jeremiah as a prophet, he is quoted in the New Testament. Islam considers Jeremiah a prophet, his narrative is given in Islamic tradition. Jeremiah's ministry was active from the thirteenth year of Josiah, king of Judah, until after the fall of Jerusalem and the destruction of Solomon's Temple in 587 BC; this period spanned the reigns of five kings of Judah: Josiah, Jehoiakim and Zedekiah. Jeremiah was the son of a kohen from the Benjamite village of Anathoth.
The difficulties he encountered, as described in the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations, have prompted scholars to refer to him as "the weeping prophet". Jeremiah was called to prophetic ministry c. 626 BC by YHWH to give prophecy of Jerusalem's destruction that would occur by invaders from the north. This was because Israel had been unfaithful to the laws of the covenant and had forsaken God by worshiping Baal. Jeremiah condemned people burning their children as offerings to Moloch; this nation had deviated so far from God that they had broken the covenant, causing God to withdraw his blessings. Jeremiah was guided by God to proclaim that the nation of Judah would be faced with famine and taken captive by foreigners who would exile them to a foreign land; the prophetess Huldah was a relative and contemporary of Jeremiah while the prophets Zephaniah and Isaiah were his mentors. According to Jeremiah 1:2–3, Yahweh called Jeremiah to prophetic ministry in about 626 BC, about five years before Josiah king of Judah turned the nation toward repentance from idolatrous practices.
According to the Books of Kings, Jeremiah, Josiah's reforms were insufficient to save Judah and Jerusalem from destruction, because of the sins of Manasseh, Josiah's grandfather, Judah's return to Idolatry. Such was the lust of the nation for false gods that after Josiah's death, the nation would return to the gods of the surrounding nations. Jeremiah was said to have been appointed to reveal the sins of the people and the coming consequences. Jeremiah did not know how to speak. However, the Lord insisted that Jeremiah go and speak, he touched Jeremiah's mouth to place the word of the Lord there. God told Jeremiah to "Get yourself ready!" The character traits and practices Jeremiah was to acquire are specified in Jeremiah 1 and include not being afraid, standing up to speak, speaking as told, going where sent. Since Jeremiah is described as emerging well trained and literate from his earliest preaching, the relationship between him and the Shaphan family has been used to suggest that he may have trained at the scribal school in Jerusalem over which Shaphan presided.
In his early ministry, Jeremiah was a preaching prophet, preaching throughout Israel. He condemned idolatry, the greed of priests, false prophets. Many years God instructed Jeremiah to write down these early oracles and his other messages. Jeremiah's ministry prompted plots against him. Unhappy with Jeremiah's message for concern that it would shut down the Anathoth sanctuary, his priestly kin and the men of Anathoth conspired to kill him. However, the Lord revealed the conspiracy to Jeremiah, protected his life, declared disaster for the men of Anathoth; when Jeremiah complains to the Lord about this persecution, he is told that the attacks on him will become worse. A priest Pashur the son of ben Immer, a temple official in Jerusalem, had Jeremiah beaten and put in the stocks at the Upper Gate of Benjamin for a day. After this, Jeremiah expresses lament over the difficulty that speaking God's word has caused him and regrets becoming a laughingstock and the target of mockery, he recounts how if he tries to shut the word of the Lord inside and not mention God's name, the word becomes like fire in his heart and he is unable to hold it in.
Whilst Jeremiah was prophesying the coming destruction, a number of other prophets were prophesying peace. Jeremiah spoke against these other prophets. According to the book of Jeremiah, during the reign of King Zedekiah, The Lord instructed Jeremiah to make a yoke of the message that the nation would be subject to the king of Babylon; the prophet Hananiah opposed Jeremiah's message. He took the yoke off of Jeremiah's neck, broke it, prophesied to the priests and all the people that within two years the Lord would break the yoke of the king of Babylon, but the Lord spoke to Jeremiah saying "Go and speak to Hananiah saying, you have broken the yoke of wood, but you have made instead a yoke of iron." Jeremiah was sympathetic to as well as descended from the Northern Kingdom. Many of his first reported oracles are about, addressed to, the Israelites at Samaria, he resembles the northern prophet Hosea, in his use of language, examples of God's relationship to Israel. Hosea seems to have been the first prophet to describe the desired relationship as an example of ancient Israelite marriage, where a man might be polygynous, while a woman was only permitted one husband.
Jeremiah repeats Hosea's marital imagery (Jeremiah 2:2b–2:3.
Carlos Eduardo Lopez Avila is a Venezuelan singer and songwriter, better known as Jeremias. His songs include a wide spectrum of genres, including pop and tropical music. Jeremías was born in London, where his parents were studying, moved with his family to Venezuela when he was just two-years-old, he grew up moving around some of the country's biggest cities, including Caracas and Puerto Ordaz. At 7, Jeremias started collecting music, while learning to play the guitar. Literature was his chosen career path with the onslaught of college, but he switched his major halfway through college to Psychology, but settled on his life's greatest vocation: music, he claims that songwriting allows him to fuse the lyricism capabilities he discovered in Literature, with the understanding of the dynamics of human behavior and emotions he delved into while studying psychology. The singer and his girlfriend welcomed their first child, a girl named Sofía, on August 23, 2017. Professional Life His career ensued at the age of 23.
Dead set on songwriting Jeremias began recording demos to show to record label and music executives in the hopes of selling songs. Instead he showcased his vocals so well. Jeremías launched his singing career in 2002 and promoted most of first singles in Spain, where he made appearances on major television programs like Crónicas Marcianas and Música Sí. In 2003 Jeremias released his self-titled album, Jeremías, which included songs like "La Cita" and "Desde el bar." The songs transcended to successful performances and appearances. The song "Poco a Poco" became a record-breaking single chosen as the main soundtrack for a popular Venezuelan soap opera, Mi Gorda Bella. In 2005 he settled in Miami, in 2006 released Ese Que Va Por Ahí, an album with both critical acclaim and resounding success in the United States, Latin America and Puerto Rico; that same year Jeremias was the only Latino artist ranked among Billboard Magazine's coveted "Who's Hot" list. The songs "Uno y uno es igual a tres" and "Hay un amor afuera" reached the top of Latin play list charts in both the US and Latin America.
In 2008 he recorded his third album Un día más en el gran circo, the album's singles "El comienzo del final" and "Tú" rank number one on Latin music charts. The songs music videos garner equal success, with top-rotating music videos on HTV; the album earned him a Grammy nomination for Best Male Pop Album, he closed the award show with a performance along Juanes, Rosario, Pedro Carmona and Tommy Torres. In 2016, Jeremías started working on his fourth album, with the Julca Brothers and Motiff as producers; the singer/songwriter is poised to release the album in early 2017 and plans to launch the first single toward the end of 2016. Jeremías released in Spain; the song "La Cita" ranks no. 4 on radio play in Spain. The song "Desde el bar" reaches no. 1 on radio play in Spain. Successful promotions and concerts throughout Spain, he travels to Miami in 2005 to sign a record deal with Universal Music for a new album. He releases Ese Que Va Por Ahí. In 2006 he receives a nomination in Premios MTV for "Best new artist".
The songs "Uno y uno es igual. In 2008 he releases his third album Un día más en el gran circo, which includes two number one hits: "El comienzo del final" and Tú." He closes that year's ceremony. In 2016 Jeremías ensued production on his fourth album, which he is poised to release early in 2017. He's poised to release the first single toward the end of 2016. 2003: Jeremías 2006: Ese Que Va Por Ahí 2007: Un Día Más En El Gran Circo In 2006 he receives a nomination in Premios MTV for "Best new artist". In 2008 he receives a Latin Grammy nomination for "Best Male Pop Album". Venezuelan music Jeremías biography Jeremías web fan club
Jeremy Felton, better known by his stage name Jeremih, is an American singer, songwriter and record producer. In 2009, he signed a record deal with Def Jam Recordings. Jeremih's commercial debut single, "Birthday Sex", peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, his self-titled debut album reached number six on the US Billboard 200 chart. Jeremih's success continued with the release of his second album, All About You, led by the single "Down on Me", which reached the top five of the Billboard Hot 100. In 2014, his single "Don't Tell'Em" with YG became his third top-ten hit on the Billboard Hot 100. After multiple delays, Jeremih released his third studio album, Late Nights in 2015. Jeremih's collab album with Ty Dolla Sign titled MihTy was released on August 24, 2018. Born in Chicago, Jeremih began playing drums at the age of three and is able to play the saxophone, several percussion instruments and piano/keyboards, he attended Morgan Park High School, where he was part of the marching band as well as a Latin jazz band, where he learned to play percussion instruments like congas and timbales.
Felton earned academic honors at Morgan Park High School. His strong academic performance enabled him to graduate from high school a year early, he enrolled at the University of Illinois as well as Parkland College in Urbana-Champaign. After spending a semester at the university studying engineering science, he wanted to change his education to something related to music, he transferred to Columbia College Chicago in 2007 to pursue a degree in music business. After performing a tribute to Ray Charles at one of the campus's talent shows, he received positive feedback and realized his vocal ability, saying that the "music was just taking over". While attending Columbia College Chicago, Jeremih collaborated with record producer Mick Schultz. Together, they recorded a song, titled "My Ride". Jeremih received guidance from Day26 group member, Willie Taylor. In February 2009, Jeremih met with Def Jam's CEO Russell Simmons, executive vice president of A&R Karen Kwak. After performing for the two, Jeremih signed a recording contract with Def Jam that same day.
In 2009, Jeremih released his debut single, "Birthday Sex". The song peaked at number 4 on the US Billboard Hot 100. In June 2009, Jeremih released Jeremih; the album debuted at number 6 on the US Billboard 200. In promotion of the album, Jeremih took part in America's Most Wanted Tour, alongside Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy and Soulja Boy Tell'Em; the second single, "Imma Star", peaked at number 51 on the Billboard Hot 100. In August 2009, Jeremih was selected by Ron Huberman and Mayor Richard M. Daley of the Chicago Public Schools to campaign children to return to school. Community activists protested and demanded CPS to undo their decision, claiming that Jeremih's music was "not appropriate for students" and "promotes teen sex". Huberman argued that "school officials would be naive to pretend students don't listen to Felton's music already". Daley argued that recording artists have the freedom of speech, noting that Jeremih was "a young man, back-to-school message, a young man who has had great success recording, going to school, went to public school".
In September 2009, Jeremih performed on ABC Daytime's soap opera One Life to Live, alongside recording artist Lionel Richie. The two performed "Just Go", a song from Richie's album with the same title. On June 1, 2010, Jeremih released the first single for his second studio album All About You, titled "I Like" featuring Ludacris. "Down on Me" featuring rapper 50 Cent, was confirmed to be the second single from the album. "Down on Me" charted on the number-one position for eight weeks total on Rhythmic Billboard chart. All About You was released on September 28, 2010; the following year and Rick Ross were featured on the song, performed by Wale, titled "That Way" from the compilation album Self Made Vol. 1. In December 2011, Jeremih confirmed he had been working on his third studio album, titled Thumpy Johnson, he announced plans from a summer 2012 release under Def Jam. However, the album was not released. Instead, Jeremih released his first mixtape titled Late Nights with Jeremih on August 7, 2012."All the Time" is a song which appeared on his mixtape Late Nights with Jeremih but was re-released with an additional verse by rapper Lil Wayne as a single.
The song was released on April 2013 as a digital download. On July 17, 2014, Jeremih formally released his collaborative EP "No More" with Shlohmo through his Twitter account; the first single off Jeremih's third studio album, "Don't Tell'Em" featuring YG, was released on June 6, 2014. The second single, "Planez" featuring J. Cole was released on January 22, 2015; the first promotional single "Tonight Belongs to U!" Featuring Flo Rida was released on April 21, 2015. The third single, "Oui" was released on October 30, 2015; the second promotional single, "Royalty" featuring Big Sean and Future, was released October 29, 2015. The third promotional single "Peace Sign" featuring Fabolous and Red Cafe was released November 18, 2015; the fourth single, "Pass Dat" was released December 1, 2015. On December 4, Jeremih released the album to critical acclaim. To promote the album, Jeremih embarked on his Late Nights Uncut Tour. On February 7, 2016, Jeremih revealed his fourth studio album will be called, Later That Night in an interview with Billboard.
Aside from his own work, Jeremih has been working alongside Kanye West and Nicki Minaj, both whom he revealed he has been writing for. He was unsur