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Eldad Amir

Eldad Amir is an Israeli Olympic competitive sailor. He was born in Hadera, is Jewish; when Amir competed in the Olympics he was 6-2.5 tall, weighed 207 lbs. Amir competed for Israel at the 1976 Summer Olympics with Yoel Sela, at the age of 22, in Montréal, Canada, in Sailing - Mixed Two Person Heavyweight Dinghy, came in 17th, he competed for Israel at the 1984 Summer Olympics with Yoel Sela, at the age of 26, in Los Angeles, California, in Sailing - Mixed Two Person Heavyweight Dinghy, came in 8th. Amir competed for Israel at the 1988 Summer Olympics with Yoel Sela, at the age of 30, in Seoul, Korea, in Sailing - Mixed Two Person Heavyweight Dinghy, came in 4th, they came close to winning the first Olympic medal in Israeli history, missing one by 11.30 points. Their second race fell on Yom Kippur, Israeli officials forbade them from competing that day, so they had missed that race. Had they been able to compete in the second race, they would have medaled. In 1990, Amir and Sela came in 5th in the World Championships.

In 1991, they won the Italian Open and came in second in the France Open

Kentucky Route 207

Kentucky Route 207 is a 23.9-mile-long state highway in the U. S. state of Kentucky. The highway connects rural areas of Carter and Greenup counties with Argillite and Flatwoods. KY 207 begins within Carter County, it passes O'Neal Cemetery before curving to the north-northwest. The highway has a brief concurrency with U. S. Route 60; when the two highways split, KY 207 travels to the north-northeast. It passes Sally Cemetery; the highway travels to the north-northwest. It has two crossings of Cane Creek before it crosses over Interstate 64, it crosses Cane Creek again. It enters Greenup County and curves to the north-northeast; the highway crosses over Logtown Hollow before curving to the north-northwest. It curves to the north to a crossing of Caudle Branch, it crosses over McCall Hollow and curves to the north-northeast. KY 207 crosses over Tunnel Branch before intersecting the eastern terminus of KY 3306 in Hunnewell; the highway crosses over Cane Creek one final time and curves to the north-northwest.

It crosses over Sawmill Branch. The highway curves to the northeast and crosses Sandsuck Creek; the highway enters Argillite, where it begins a concurrency with KY 1. The two highways pass a U. S. Post curve to the northeast, they cross the East Fork Little Sandy River. KY 207 heads in a east-southeast direction, it has an interchange with KY 67. The highway curves to the east-northeast, crosses Old Stream Branch, intersects KY 503; the two highways travel concurrently to the southeast for a short distance. When they split, KY 207 enters Flatwoods. At Bellefonte Road, it has a brief concurrency with KY 693. In the main part of Flatwoods, the highway intersects KY 750. In the far northeastern part of the city, it meets its northern terminus, an intersection with US 23. Here, the roadway continues as an unnamed local road. U. S. Roads portal United States portal

Scott Pelluer

Scott John Pelluer is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League for the New Orleans Saints. He played college football at Washington State University and coached at several collegiate programs. Born in Yakima, Pelluer attended Mead High School north of Spokane moved in 1975 with his family to Bellevue, a suburb east of Seattle, he transferred to Interlake High School as a junior, was a tight end and linebacker for the Saints. After graduation in 1977, Pelluer accepted a scholarship from Washington State University in Pullman, where he was a four-year starter at defensive end and outside linebacker; as a junior in 1979, he registered three sacks and two interceptions. Pelluer followed that in 1980 with two interceptions, he finished his college career with 240 tackles and 19 sacks, at the time ranking as the school career sack leader and one of the top career tacklers. Pelluer was selected in the fourth round of the 1981 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys. At the time, he was assisting with spring football practice at Weber State in Ogden, under first-year head coach Mike Price.

Pelluer was waived by the Cowboys on August 3. A month on September 1, Pelluer was signed by the New Orleans Saints, where he was a backup outside linebacker under head coach Bum Phillips. In 1985, he appeared in eleven games, with five starts as a right inside linebacker in the team's 3-4 defense. On August 19, 1986, Pelluer was placed on the injured reserve list; the next year, he was released as part of a youth movement. Pelluer has served as an assistant coach at Boise State, Northern Arizona and Arizona. Pelluer's father Arnie was a standout multi-sport athlete from Bremerton and played at Washington State from 1953 to 1955, he was the track coach at Yakima Valley College, Whitworth in Spokane, Eastern Washington in Cheney. His widow Jodee married Jim Harryman and the family moved to the Seattle area in 1975 so the boys could play football at Interlake under head coach Rollie Robbins, a friend of Arnie's. Brother Steve was the starting quarterback for rival Washington and in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys.

Their maternal grandfather, Carl Gustafson, was a fullback at Washington State from 1925 to 1927. Pelluer's three sons played Division I college football: Tyler at Montana, Cooper at Washington, Peyton at Washington State

Luke Piper

Luke Piper is an English landscape painter in watercolours. The Guardian newspaper has described him as "arts establishment aristocracy". Luke Piper is the son of the painter Edward Piper, he is the eldest grandson of another artist, John Piper. He is still based in the county, he studied at Frome College and read geography at the University of Cambridge. Piper's first major show of artworks was at the CCA Galleries, Dover Street, London, in 1992 used by his father, has produced prints in association with the CCA Galleries since 1994. Since that time he has exhibited in London and at venues such as the Henley Festival, Renishaw Hall, the River and Rowing Museum, the West Wales Art Centre, The Wykeham Gallery, the Museum of Somerset, Messum's. and elsewhere in the United Kingdom. Luke Piper has travelled around the world to paint, including Nairobi via Western Sahara and Zaire in 1995, the Sahara desert in 1999 and 2000, Nepal and the Himalayas in 1998 and 2000–01, Australia, New Zealand and Fiji in 2002–03.

In 2008, he painted in Egypt, Greece and Italy. He has painted in France and Spain as well as around the United Kingdom, including many paintings of the River Thames. Piper married in 1997, his younger brother Henry Piper is a sculptor. Piper family Luke Piper website including a biography

Bagatipara Upazila

Bagatipara is an Upazila of Natore District in the Division of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. Last Edited By Shakil Sharker. Bagatipara is located at 24.3306°N 88.9444°E / 24.3306. It has an area of 139.37 km2 and is bounded by Natore Sadar Upazila on the north, Lalpur Upazila on the south, Baraigram Upazila on the east and Charghat and Puthia Upazilas on the west. The soil of the upazila is plain; the main river is Boral. As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Bagatipara has a population of 107944. Males constitute 51.49% of the population, females 48.51%. The Upazila's adult population is 54158. Bagatipara has an average literacy rate of 31.2%, the national average of 32.4% literate. Upazilas of Bangladesh Districts of Bangladesh Divisions of Bangladesh