John Nommensen Duchac, known professionally as John Doe, is an American singer, actor, poet and bass player. Doe co-founded LA punk band X, his musical performances and compositions span rock, punk and folk music genres. As an actor, he has dozens of television appearances and several movies to his credit, including the role of Jeff Parker in the television series Roswell. In addition to X, Doe performs with the country-folk-punk band the Knitters and has released records as a solo artist. In the early 1980s, he performed on two albums by the Flesh Eaters. Doe moved to Los Angeles, in 1976 met guitar player Billy Zoom through an ad in the local free weekly paper, The Recycler; as a musician with X, Doe has two feature-length concert films, several music videos, an extended performance-and-interview sequence in The Decline of Western Civilization, Penelope Spheeris's seminal documentary about the early-1980s L. A. punk scene. Along with co-writer Exene Cervenka, Doe composed most of the songs recorded by X.
Wild Gift, an album from that band's heyday, was named "Record of the Year" by Rolling Stone, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times. With Dave Alvin, he co-wrote two of the songs on the Blasters' 1984 album Hard Line, "Just Another Sunday" and "Little Honey", he wrote "Cyrano de Berger's Back" for the Flesh Eaters LP A Minute to Pray, a Second To Die. Since 1990, Doe has recorded nearly a dozen albums as a soloist or in collaboration with other artists, has contributed tracks to motion pictures. In the 1992 movie The Bodyguard, it is Doe's version of "I Will Always Love You" that plays on the jukebox when Costner's and Houston's characters are dancing, it was released on audio cassette by Warner Bros. in September 1992, but no version is believed to exist on CD. He co-wrote and played on the song "Lobotomy" with Tyler Willman for the eponymous 1998 debut studio album of the band Calm Down Juanita. Doe took part in Todd Haynes's 2007 movie I'm Not There, recording two Bob Dylan covers, "Pressing On" and "I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine."
Both recordings were included on the film's soundtrack, the former was prominently featured in the film, with Christian Bale lip-synching Doe's vocals. Doe recorded the song "Unforgiven" in 2007 with Aimee Mann on A Year in the Wilderness, an album which featured Kathleen Edwards, Jill Sobule, Dan Auerbach, he joined with Eddie Vedder on a mix of the song "Golden State" in 2008. "The Meanest Man in the World" by Doe was featured in Season 4 of the television series Friday Night Lights and included on the second soundtrack album. Country Club, featuring Canadian indie rock band The Sadies, covered country classics along with original songs. Doe contributed a cover of "Peggy Sue Got Married" to the 2011 tribute album Rave on Buddy Holly, his latest solo record, The Westerner, was released in 2016. Doe said that it was made in the desert, in Arizona, that the genre is psychedelic soul. In the 1989 biographical film Great Balls of Fire!, Doe played Jerry Lee Lewis's cousin-turned-father-in-law J. W. Brown.
He starred in the 1998 short Lone Greasers. Other movie acting credits include Road House, Vanishing Point, Boogie Nights, The Specials, The Good Girl, Gypsy 83, Wyatt Earp, Border Radio, Pure Country, The Outsiders, Brokedown Palace. Doe has appeared on the television series Law & Order, One Tree Hill, The Wizards of Waverly Place. With co-author Tom DeSavia, Doe wrote and compiled stories for a book about the LA punk rock scene from 1977 to 1983; the book, Under the Big Black Sun, incorporated the punk ethos of contributions from other musicians that were part of the scene, people like Exene Cervenka, Jack Grisham, Henry Rollins, Mike Watt, Jane Wiedlin and others who wrote chapters. Doe wanted it to be a collective recollection, not just one person's perspective of the time. A sequel of sorts was released in 2019 entitled More Fun In The New World: The Unmaking and Legacy of L. A. Punk. Doe and DeSavia again invited contributors to narrate the space of time from 1982 to 1987. Doe was born in Illinois.
He was married to fellow X member Exene Cervenka between 1980 and 1985. He remarried in 1987, he revealed to Adam Carolla in a podcast in September 2011 that he resided in Fairfax, California He has three daughters. In early 2017, he announced that he would be moving to Texas. See also: X discography, Knitters discography Official website John Doe – What Would John Doe Do? Blog John Doe on IMDb John Doe at AllMusic John Doe discography at MusicBrainz
British Standards are the standards produced by the BSI Group, incorporated under a royal charter. The BSI Group produces British Standards under the authority of the charter, which lays down as one of the BSI's objectives to: Set up standards of quality for goods and services, prepare and promote the general adoption of British Standards and schedules in connection therewith and from time to time to revise and amend such standards and schedules as experience and circumstances require Formally, as per the 2002 memorandum of understanding between the BSI and the United Kingdom Government, British Standards are defined as: "British Standards" means formal consensus standards as set out in BS 0-1 paragraph 3.2 and based upon the principles of standardisation recognised inter alia in European standardisation policy. Products and services which BSI certifies as having met the requirements of specific standards within designated schemes are awarded the Kitemark; the BSI Group as a whole does not produce British Standards, as standards work within the BSI is decentralized.
The governing board of BSI establishes a Standards Board. The Standards Board does little apart from setting up sector boards; each sector board, in turn, constitutes several technical committees. It is the technical committees that, approve a British Standard, presented to the secretary of the supervisory sector board for endorsement of the fact that the technical committee has indeed completed a task for which it was constituted; the standards produced are titled British Standard XXXX:YYYY where XXXX is the number of the standard, P is the number of the part of the standard and YYYY is the year in which the standard came into effect. BSI Group has over 27,000 active standards. Products are specified as meeting a particular British Standard, in general, this can be done without any certification or independent testing; the standard provides a shorthand way of claiming that certain specifications are met, while encouraging manufacturers to adhere to a common method for such a specification. The Kitemark can be used to indicate certification by BSI, but only where a Kitemark scheme has been set up around a particular standard.
It is applicable to safety and quality management standards. There is a common misunderstanding that Kitemarks are necessary to prove compliance with any BS standard, but in general, it is neither desirable nor possible that every standard be'policed' in this way. Following the move on harmonisation of the standard in Europe, some British Standards are superseded or replaced by the relevant European Standards. Standards are continuously reviewed and developed and are periodically allocated one or more of the following status keywords. Confirmed - the standard has been reviewed and confirmed as being current. Current - the document is the current, most published one available. Draft for public comment/DPC - a national stage in the development of a standard, where wider consultation is sought within the UK. Obsolescent - indicating by amendment that the standard is not recommended for use for new equipment, but needs to be retained to provide for the servicing of equipment, expected to have a long working life, or due to legislative issues.
Replaced - the standard has been replaced by one or more other standards. Proposed for confirmation - the standard is being reviewed and it has been proposed that it is confirmed as the current standard. Proposed for obsolescence - the standard is being reviewed and it has been proposed that it is made obsolescent. Proposed for withdrawal - the standard is being reviewed and it has been proposed that it is withdrawn. Revised - the standard has been revised. Superseded - the standard has been replaced by one or more other standards. Under review - the standard is under review. Withdrawn - the document is no longer current and has been withdrawn. Work in hand - there is work being undertaken on the standard and there may be a related draft for public comment available. BSI Group began in 1901 as the Engineering Standards Committee, led by James Mansergh, to standardise the number and type of steel sections, in order to make British manufacturers more efficient and competitive. Over time the standards developed to cover many aspects of tangible engineering, engineering methodologies including quality systems and security.
BS 0 A standard for standards specifies Development and Drafting of British Standards themselves. BS 1 Lists of Rolled Sections for Structural Purposes BS 2 Specification and Sections of Tramway Rails and Fishplates BS 3 Report on Influence of Gauge Length and Section of Test Bar on the Percentage of Elongation BS 4 Specification for Structural Steel Sections BS 5 Report on Locomotives for Indian Railways BS 7 Dimensions of Copper Conductors Insulated Annealed, for Electric Power and Light BS 11 Specifications and Sections of Flat Bottom Railway Rails BS 12 Specification for Portland Cement BS 15 Specification for Structural Steel for Bridges, etc. and General Building Construction BS 16 Specification for telegraph material BS 17 Interim Report on Electrical Machinery BS 22 Report on Effect of Temperature on Insulating Materials BS 24 Specifications for Material used in the Construction of Standards for Railway Rolling Stock BS 26 Second Report on Locomotives for Indian Railways BS 27 Report on Standard Systems of Limit Gauges for Running Fits BS 28 Report on Nuts, Bolt Heads and Spanne
"Bad Blood" is the twelfth episode of the fifth season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files. Written by Vince Gilligan, directed by Cliff Bole, featuring guest appearances from Luke Wilson and Patrick Renna, it aired in the United States on February 22, 1998, on the Fox network; the episode is a "Monster-of-the-Week" story, unconnected to the series' wider mythology. The episode received a Nielsen rating of 12.0. In addition, "Bad Blood" received positive reviews, with many critics praising the episode's humor; the show centers on FBI special agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully who work on cases linked to the paranormal, called X-Files. Mulder is a believer in the paranormal, while the skeptical Scully has been assigned to debunk his work. In this episode and Scully must report to their supervisor, Assistant Director Walter Skinner after Mulder kills a young man he believes to be a vampire. After each recollecting their takes on the event, they realize that they have different memories of the investigation.
"Bad Blood" was inspired by an episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show in which the main characters tell different versions of a fight they had. According to critical analysis of the episode, "Bad Blood" explores the dynamics of the relationship between Mulder and Scully. In addition, some scholars argue that by Scully telling the tale from a perspective opposed to Mulder's, the episode subverts the male gaze; the episode's makeup and special effect coordinators used various techniques to create many of the effects seen in the episode, such as the vampire teeth, the glowing eyes, the bite marks. One night, Fox Mulder kills a young man who Mulder believes is a vampire, but who has pointed dentures instead of actual fangs. Afterwards, he and his FBI partner, Special Agent Dana Scully must report to Assistant Director Walter Skinner. Before they do so, they attempt to get their stories straight. Scully tells her version of the story via a flashback to the previous day, she arrives at work and Mulder tells her about a murder in Texas, which he believes to be the work of vampires.
In her version, Mulder is exuberant and irritating, while she is calm and mindful of her thoughts. The agents travel to the small town of Chaney, where they meet Sheriff Hartwell, whom Scully finds charming. Mulder and Hartwell leave to investigate further, she discovers that the victim, whose last meal had been pizza, was incapacitated with chloral hydrate. She returns to the motel room and orders a pizza, but Mulder soon appears and sends her back to autopsy another body, she leaves him. When she finds that the second victim had ingested chloral hydrate in a pizza, she realizes Mulder is in danger and returns to the motel room, she finds him about to be attacked by Ronnie Strickland. She shoots at Ronnie; when she catches up to him, Mulder has hammered a stake into Ronnie's heart. Mulder tells Scully his version. In his recollection, he is sensitive and polite to Scully, while she is dismissive and irritable, enamored with Sheriff Hartwell. While Scully is performing the autopsy and Hartwell get a call to go to the local RV park, where there is "a situation".
They find another dead body a victim of the same attacker. Mulder returns to the motel room. Ronnie enters, with glowing green eyes, prepares to attack Mulder, but Mulder manages to postpone his demise by scattering sunflower seeds all over the floor, which Ronnie compulsively starts to pick up. Scully enters and shoots Ronnie, but the bullets have no effect, Ronnie runs out with Scully in pursuit. Mulder recovers from chases after Ronnie. Back in the office, Scully says that no one will believe his story given their diverging statements and the fact that Ronnie was a human. Meanwhile, a Texas coroner prepares to perform an autopsy on Ronnie's body; when he removes the stake, Ronnie escapes. Skinner sends Scully back to Texas to investigate. Scully stakes out the cemetery with Sheriff Hartwell; as they wait, Sheriff Hartwell gives Scully a hot drink, apologizes to her on behalf of Ronnie, says that he makes them all look bad, making it clear that he too is a vampire. Scully belatedly realizes she has been drugged, before she loses consciousness, she sees Sheriff Hartwell's eyes turning green.
At the RV park, Mulder finds Ronnie. As he tries to arrest him, Mulder is surrounded and overwhelmed by a group of people with glowing green eyes, he wakes up the next morning in the RV park, in his car. They are both unharmed and the vampires have disappeared. Back in Washington, they give their unified report to Skinner, dumbfounded by what he has heard. "Bad Blood" was written by Vince Gilligan his fifth writing credit for the season. Aware that an episode script was due after the Christmas break of 1997, he had been working on a script that would have taken the form of an Unsolved Mysteries episode, with unknown actors playing Mulder and Scully and Robert Stack appearing in his role as narrator. Under pressure to complete the script, Gilligan scrapped the idea because he "just couldn't figure out how to do it". (The series would explore the idea of an X-Files cr
Pero Ferrús was a Castilian poet. He lived in Alcalá de Henares. Ferrús was a Marrano; the reasons for conversion by Marranos were various, but it did offer opportunities for advancement within the Christian world. Like several Marrano writers, Ferrús simulated the Christian faith while mocking his former co-religionists in his poetry. In Cantiga 302, he describes himself as seeking rest in a synagogue; this sleep is disturbed by "Jews with long beards and slovenly garments come thither for early morning prayer." Ferrús himself wrote a poem. In Cantiga 303, they consider his poetry as proceeding from a lengua juglara. Ferrús wrote his poetry in the Provençal style, during a time in which this style was exceedingly popular at the Castilian court, his poetry celebrates the reign and accomplishments of Henry II of Castile. Ferrús makes an early reference to chivalric romances when he compares, for example, his love for his lady with the riches owned by Rrey Lysuarte, he is thus known to have read the popular romance Amadis of Gaul.
His contemporary Pero López de Ayala is known to have read this romance. His poetic compositions appear in the Cancionero de Baena. 301. Untitled. 302. Cantiga de Pero Ferruz para los rabíes.. 303. Respuesta de los rabíes a Perro Ferruz.. 304. Dezir de Pero Ferruz al Rey don Enrique. "Dezir" can be translated as a piece of friendly advice. 305. Dezir de Pero Ferruz a Pero López de Ayala. Brian Dutton, Joaquín González Cuenca, Cancionero de Juan Alfonso de Baena, 534-544. Enciclopedia Universal Sopena, Tomo Cuarto, 3545. Jewish Apostates
Sun Huan, courtesy name Jiming, was a military general of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period. He was the fourth son of Sun Jing, uncle of Sun Quan, the founding emperor of Wu, a younger brother of Sun Jiao. Born in the county of Wu, as a young man, he was raised to be a soldier, for the sake and the glory of the Sun family. In 212, his elder brother Jiao was promoted general and left in charge of Xiakou, in Jiangxia, in replacement of the general Cheng Pu who settled the defenses of this territory since it was transferred to Liu Bei, two years ago.. Since Sun Huan enter his military service under his elder brother Jiao, stay by his side for several years. In 219, Jiao died and he inherited the command of his men, he was named General of the Household acting as Administrator of Jiangxia, tasked with protecting the contested border with Wei. He distinguished himself against Shu in the battle of Yiling under Lu Xun in 222. In 226, despite Sun Quan’s unsuccessful campaign to seize northern Jiangxia, he captured three Wei generals at Shiyang and was enfeoffed for good servicesHe passed away in 234 and was well remembered by the people of Wu praised for promoting scholarship in Jiangxia.
Lists of people of the Three Kingdoms Eastern Wu family trees #Sun Shou. Records of the Three Kingdoms. De Crespigny, Rafe. A Bigraphical Dictionary of Later Han to The Three Kingdoms 23-220 AD. Leiden: Brill. ISBN 9789004156050
Orbelín Pineda Alvarado is a Mexican professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Liga MX club Cruz Azul. Pineda was first called up to the Querétaro senior team on 21 January 2014, for a Copa MX match against Ascenso MX side Club Celaya and made his debut as a 70' substitute for Diego Guastavino in a 1–0 loss. Pineda made his Liga MX debut on 1 August 2014, in a 2–0 victory against Pachuca. On 2 December 2015, C. D. Guadalajara announced. Pineda made his official debut as a starter on 10 January 2016, against Veracruz, he scored his first goal for the club on 16 January 2016, against Cruz Azul at the Estadio Azul. In December 2018, it was announced, he made his debut with the team on 4 January 2019, in 1–1 draw against Puebla. Pineda was called up to the U-20 Mexico national team by manager Sergio Almaguer to take part in the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand, he made his debut in Mexico's opening match as a half-time substitution for José David Ramírez. Mexico went on to lose the game 2–0 to Mali.
Pineda started the next two matches for Mexico, but the team finished in 4th place in their group and failed to qualify to the next round. Pineda was named in Mexico's provisional squad for Copa América Centenario but was cut from the final squad, he would make his debut with the national team on 6 September 2016 against Honduras during a 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification match, coming in as a substitute for Jesús Dueñas at the 71st minute, finishing the game at a tie of 0–0. He would score his first goal with the senior national team during the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup on 9 July 2017, in a group stage match against El Salvador, scoring the final goal of a 3–1 win. In May 2019, Pineda was included in Gerardo Martino's provisional 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup roster and was subsequently included in the final list. Mexico went on to win the tournament, he is able to play as a deep-lying, roaming or more advanced playmaker, he has played as the more advanced of the two in a 4-2-3-1 formation. A fantastic reader of the game, Pineda can spot incisive through balls and is able to find space on the pitch by moving into the channels between defenders.
Former manager Matías Almeyda described Pineda as "one of those players that has to end up in a great European club. He has the talent and the attributes." He is technically sharp and with a turn of pace able to burst past opponents but at his short stature, he isn’t the strongest player, although his development may have been held up by the fact he's been moved from an attacking midfielder to the holding role and on the wing since he debuted in the first division in late 2014. Pineda was born in Mexico City, his older brother, Onay Pineda, is a professional footballer who plays as a right-back. As of match played 11 January 2020 As of match played 19 November 2020 Scores and results list Mexico's goal tally first. GuadalajaraLiga MX: Clausura 2017 Copa MX: Clausura 2017 Supercopa MX: 2016 CONCACAF Champions League: 2018Cruz AzulSupercopa MX: 2019 Leagues Cup: 2019 MexicoCONCACAF Gold Cup: 2019 Orbelín Pineda – Liga MX stats at MedioTiempo.com Orbelín Pineda at Liga MX