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John Potter (bishop)

John Potter was Archbishop of Canterbury. He was the son of a linen draper at Yorkshire. At the age of fourteen he entered University College, in 1693 he published notes on Plutarch's De audiendis poetis and Basil's Oratio ad juvenes. In 1694 he was elected fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford and in 1697 his edition of Lycophron appeared, it was followed by his Archaeologia graeca, the popularity of which endured till the advent of Dr William Smith's dictionaries. A reprint of his Lycophron in 1702 was dedicated to Graevius, the Antiquities was afterwards published in Latin in the Thesaurus of Gronovius. Besides holding several livings he became, in 1704, chaplain to Archbishop Tenison, shortly afterwards was made Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Queen Anne. From 1708 he was canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, he married Elizabeth Venner in St. Paul's Cathedral in 1709, she being a granddaughter of Thomas Venner, a Fifth Monarchy man hanged as a traitor. In 1715 he became Bishop of Oxford. In the same year appeared his edition of Clement of Alexandria.

In 1707 he published a Discourse on Church Government, he took a prominent part in the controversy with Benjamin Hoadly, Bishop of Bangor. Though Potter was a notable Whig, he was a High Churchman and had opposed Hoadly. Bishop Potter ordained John Wesley a deacon in the Church of England in September 1725, ordained him a priest in 1728. In January 1737 Potter was unexpectedly appointed to succeed William Wake in the see of Canterbury. While in that seat, he continued to represent a High Church position, but he was ineffective at restoring the Convocation. Alexander Pope attacked him in the 1743 version of his The Dunciad. Potter died on 10 October 1747, his Theological Works, consisting of sermons, divinity lectures and the Discourse on Church Government, were published in three volumes. He was buried in Croydon Minster in Surrey; this article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed.. "Potter, John". Encyclopædia Britannica. 22. Cambridge University Press.

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Brad Pitt's Cousin

"Brad Pitt's Cousin" is a song by American hip hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring American rapper Xperience from their third studio album This Unruly Mess I've Made. The song was released as a single on April 12, 2016 as the third single only in Australia and New Zealand; the song was not released in the United States or Europe. Following the large success of the duo's debut album The Heist, Macklemore revealed on January 15, 2016 with an Instagram post the This Unruly Mess I've Made release. "Brad Pitt's Cousin" was released as the third single off of the album on April 12, 2016, succeeding "Dance Off". The song cites the American actor Brad Pitt; the song received mixed reviews from music critics. Killian Young of Consequence of Sound gave the album overall a'C-', said of "Brad Pitt's Cousin": "we have hip hop culture: the awkward interjection from God, the awful reference to the long-expired “deez nuts” meme." Spencer Kornhaber of The Atlantic commented that Macklemore "tries to make it seem like he loves being called the actor’s ugly relative, opens with him bragging about his cat’s Instagram followers".

The song's music video was released on April 11, 2016 to Macklemore's Facebook page. It was directed by Lewis. In Australia, "Brad Pitt's Cousin" entered the Australian Singles Chart at number 40 on August 6, 2016; the song did not enter the New Zealand Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number 9 on the Heatseekers Singles Chart

1880 Atlantic hurricane season

The 1880 Atlantic hurricane season ran through the summer and fall of 1880. This is the period of each year. In the 1880 Atlantic season there were two tropical storms, seven hurricanes, two major hurricanes. However, in the absence of modern satellite and other remote-sensing technologies, only storms that affected populated land areas or encountered ships at sea were recorded, so the actual total could be higher. An undercount bias of zero to six tropical cyclones per year between 1851 and 1885 and zero to four per year between 1886 and 1910 has been estimated. Of the known 1880 cyclones, Hurricane Six was first documented in 1995 by José Fernández-Partagás and Henry Díaz, they proposed large changes to the known tracks of several other storms for this year and're-instated' Hurricane Ten to the database. A preliminary reanalysis by Michael Chenoweth, published in 2014, found thirteen storms, nine hurricanes, four major hurricanes; the Atlantic hurricane database recognizes eleven tropical cyclones for the 1880 season.

In the 1880 there were two tropical storms, seven hurricanes, two major hurricanes in the Atlantic basin. Several of the storms caused considerable loss of life. Tropical Storm One impacted the Texas coast in late June. Hurricane Two was, at one point, an intense Category 4 hurricane, it caused extensive destruction and loss of life at Matamoros, at Port Isabel, Texas. Hurricane Three impacted Cuba and the Bahamas. Hurricane Four made two landfalls, both in Florida; the first was near present-day Cocoa Beach on August 29 as a Category 2 hurricane and the second was on the Florida Panhandle as a tropical storm. The storm caused a shipwreck resulting in several deaths. Hurricane Five was a Category 1 hurricane active between August 26 and September 4, which remained at sea. Hurricane Six originated as a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico, having crossed the Florida peninsula, developed into a Category 1 hurricane off the coast of South Carolina on September 9. Hurricane Seven was a Category 1 hurricane first seen on September 8 off the coast of Georgia.

It on September 10 hit Newfoundland as a tropical storm. Hurricane Eight was an intense Category 4 hurricane active at the end of September and start of October, it was responsible for several shipwrecks. Hurricane Nine developed from a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico, it impacted both the Yucatán Peninsula and Florida and brought violent gales along the Eastern Seaboard between Cape Hatteras and Jacksonville, Florida. Hurricane Ten was a Category 1 hurricane that formed south of Bermuda on October 10. Although it never made landfall and weakened first to a tropical storm to an extratropical storm within a week, it did strike several ships; the last storm of the year was Tropical Storm Eleven, known to have existed for three days in October to the northeast of the Abaco Islands. The season generated an accumulated cyclone energy of 131 units, above the 1981–2010 median of 92. Based on other metrics, the season was near average; the first tropical storm of the season formed early on June 21, about 215 miles south-southwest of Cape San Blas, Florida.

On the same date, the schooner James Andrew registered a small area of severe squalls. Over the next few days, the system moved westward to west-northwestward, maintaining winds of 45 mph. At 15:00 UTC on June 25, the slow-moving cyclone made landfall southwest of present-day Bay City, Texas; the system weakened as it headed inland, dissipating eighteen hours later. A weather station in Galveston recorded 2.56 inches of rain in an eight-hour period. No other effects were reported in neighbouring Louisiana. A preliminary reanalysis in 2014 concluded that the system did not qualify as an organized tropical system; the second tropical cyclone and first hurricane of the season originated about 130 miles east of Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe, at 00:00 UTC on August 4. The cyclone tracked westward through the southernmost Leeward Islands, generating southeast winds and sea-level pressures of 29.78 inHg. Strengthening, it reached hurricane intensity on August 6, passed 35 miles south of Jamaica, producing unsettled weather and falling barometers in Kingston.

The storm attained winds of 105 mph at 12:00 UTC on August 7—an intensity it maintained over the next few days while turning west-northwestward. On August 9, the hurricane struck the Yucatán Peninsula near Puerto Morelos, weakened as it headed inland. Reaching the southern Gulf of Mexico as a tropical storm on August 10, the cyclone underwent steady intensification: forty-eight hours it became a major hurricane, peaked at 150 mph early on August 13. At 01:00 UTC, the strong Category 4 hurricane made landfall in northern Tamaulipas, 15 miles south of Port Isabel and passed over Matamoros and Brownsville; the system weakened as it paralleled the Rio Grande, curved into South Texas, dissipated on August 14. The storm caused several ships to be stranded in or near the Yucatán Channel. Hurricane-force winds occurred offshore of western Cuba. Hitting close to the Mexico–United States border, the powerful cyclone impacted both nations; the pressure in the storm was determined to be 931 mb at the time of landfall, based on a reading of 28.315 inHg coincident with hurricane-force winds at Brownsville, an inland site.

The cyclone destroyed three hundred homes in Matamoros and downed buildings and fences in Brownsville. At the latter place, debris covered street

1938 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship

The 1938 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship was the 52nd staging of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, the Gaelic Athletic Association's premier inter-county hurling tournament. The championship began on 1 May 1938 and ended on 4 September 1938. Tipperary were the defending champions but were disqualified from the championship after fielding an ineligible player in their Munster semi-final defeat of Clare. On 4 September 1938, Dublin won the championship following a 2-5 to 1-6 defeat of Waterford in the All-Ireland final; this was their first in eleven championship seasons. It remains their last All-Ireland triumph. Waterford's Locky Byrne was the championship's top scorer with 4-5; the 1938 championship featured no new entrants to the competition. Kerry, a team who had fielded a team throughout much of the 1930s, declined to participate in the Munster Championship. Galway were the sole representatives from the Conancht Championship and received a bye to the All-Ireland semi-final.

There were no representatives from the Ulster Championship. Quarter-final Semi-finals Finals The Leinster final ended in a draw for the first time since 1934. Quarter-final Semi-finals Clare objected to the victory as Tipperary had fielded Jimmy Cooney, suspended; the objection was upheld and Clare were awarded the game. Final Waterford won the Munster title for the first time in their history. Semi-final Waterford's first championship match against Galway Final Waterford's first All-Ireland final and first championship match against Dublin

Jaipur–Jodhpur Intercity Express

Jaipur-Jodhpur Intercity Express is an Superfast train belonging to Indian Railways that runs between Jaipur and Jodhpur as a daily service. It is maintained by North Western Railway Zone; this train is known as high Court express as it runs between the two cities which has the high court of Rajasthan. It is the important train of Jaipur; the rake of this train is maintained by NWR Jaipur. It constitutes of one AC Chair car, Six Chair car, Six general second and two guard cum luggage vans; the total composition is 15 coaches. LHB rake was introduced for this train from 31 January 2014. Notice: this is cancelled for 15 days. From 13 aug 19 to 26 aug 19 because of maintenance of track between Jodhpur. Runs Daily from Jodhpur Junction Runs Daily from Jaipur It is hauled by a diesel loco from Jaipur to Jodhpur and from Jodhpur to Jaipur

Clear Rivers

Clear Rivers is a fictional character from the Final Destination film series. Created by Jeffrey Reddick and portrayed by Ali Larter, the character first appeared in Final Destination as a high school senior who, after surviving a plane explosion foreseen by Alex Browning, assists him on "cheating Death" by rescuing the other survivors from their impending doom. Clear returns in the sequel Final Destination 2, where she aids Kimberly Corman in saving the new set of victims from the Route 23 pileup; the character appears in the novelizations of the two motion pictures. Created by Reddick, Clear was further developed by James Wong and Glen Morgan to be "the loner of the group" and a girl who's insecure about her sex appeal and tries to hide it with a gothic appearance. Larter described her as someone who's suffered from many losses in her life, causing her to close off from other people. One of the survivors from the first film, Clear was chosen by New Line Cinema to return for the second film instead of Alex as they believed she fitted the narrative of the story better.

Along with Tony Todd, Larter is the only actor to reprise their role in the series. Although the character development of Clear was praised, Larter's performance received mixed reviews. Larter won a Young Hollywood Award for her role and was nominated for a Blockbuster Entertainment Awards. Clear Rivers is introduced in the 2000 film Final Destination as one of the seniors from the fictional Mt. Abraham High School boarding Volée Airlines Flight 180 heading to Paris on May 13, 2000. On board, Alex Browning warns the passengers about his vision of the airliner exploding in mid-air, gaining no support from anyone, except for Clear. She, along with Alex and their classmates Tod Waggner, Terry Chaney, Carter Horton, Billy Hitchcock, teacher Ms. Valerie Lewton are removed from the plane before it explodes in mid-air minutes after takeoff, killing the other 286 passengers and crew. Thirty-nine days while at the memorial for the victims, she presents Alex a white rose as gratitude for saving her life.

After Tod dies in a freak accident, they go to the morgue to see his body and find mortician William Bludworth. Bludworth warns them that they're still in danger. Realizing this, they attempt to save the remaining survivors. Following Terry's and Ms. Lewton's deaths, they are successful in saving Carter's life. Only seconds Billy dies, causing them to realize that if they intervene in someone's death they can save that person. Believing himself to be next, Alex withdraws from the group. After Alex realizes that Clear is next to die he goes to her house to save her. Due to her house experiencing short circuits, she attempted to escape with her car. Despite the car being trapped by livewires, Alex manages to save her and they both survive the ordeal. Months in Paris, Alex has doubts about their triumph over Death. Noticing signs of impending doom Clear saves Alex from a speeding bus but they both witness Carter's demise by a falling sign. In the alternate ending of the film and Clear have sex while lurking at a beach, resulting in her pregnancy.

On, Alex dies after the livewire sets him on fire while saving her. Nine months she gives birth to their son, naming him Alexander Chance, reunites with Carter, safe in the knowledge that they defeated Death. Clear returns in the sequel Final Destination 2, set a year after the events of Final Destination. After Evan Lewis' death, Kimberly Corman visits Clear inside Stonybrook Mental Institution and asks for her help concerning the safety of the Route 23 pileup survivors: Officer Thomas Burke, Kat Jennings, Rory Peters, Eugene Dix, as well as Nora Carpenter and her son Tim. While she does inform Kimberly of what she knows about Death, she's still too distraught over Alex's death and tells Kimberly to let the other survivors perish and save only herself. After Tim dies, she changes her mind and accompanies Kimberly and Thomas to Bludworth, who informs them the equilibrium of Death and "new life", implying their salvation upon the unborn son of survivor Isabella Hudson; the three of them gather the remaining survivors to Thomas' apartment but despite Clear's and Kat's attempts to save her, Nora gets decapitated by an elevator.

En route to Isabella and the other realize that all of them are still alive due to the Flight 180 survivors having gotten off the plane. While driving to the hospital, they are involved in a car accident that leaves Eugene needing medical help and leads to the deaths of Kat and Rory. Following their deaths, Clear and Thomas go to the hospital to save Isabella. While they do succeed in finding her in time and ensuring her infant survives, Kimberly has another premonition that reveals to her Isabella was never meant to die in the pileup, meaning they're still in danger. Understanding the situation, Clear tries to find Eugene's room. Finding him contained by an oxygenated room, she opens the door, subsequently loosening the plug of Eugene's defribrillator, creating a spark that incinerates Eugene's room, killing them both. In her alternate death scene, Clear smiles in contentment. Clear's death was shown in x-ray format during the opening credits of The Final Destination and in the death montage of Final Destination 5.

A reference is made to the character through an easter egg in The Final Destination, where Clear's name appears on a sign of a brand of water that reads "Clear Rivers Water". The sign triggers the main visionary and alerts him that water will be causing an upcoming fatal accident. Clear Rivers made her literary debut in January 2006 when Natasha Rhodes released a novelization of the film entitled Final Destination; the book follows the events of the film