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Tim Payne (rugby union)

Timothy Adam North Payne is a former English rugby union footballer who played at prop for London Wasps. Payne started his playing career as a child at Painswick RFC- the oldest village rugby club in England, he moved to senior rugby at Stroud RFC. Payne has played for Coventry R. F. C. Bristol Shoguns and Cardiff RFC, he joined London Wasps in 2003 and was a member of the side that won the Heineken Cup in his first season. Payne has played in three Guinness Premiership finals in 2005 and 2008, winning them all. Payne was selected for the 2004 Summer tour, his next two caps came on the 2006 Summer tour, again against the Wallabies. Payne featured for England in 2008 Six Nations and 2010 Six Nations, he was called into the squad for Irish Lions Tour. He did start against the Emerging Springboks. Wasps profile Bristol profile England profile Player statistics from

2011 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks season

The 2011 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks season is the 45th in the club's history. They are competing in the NRL's 2011 Telstra Premiership. Round 1 – Raiders vs Sharks Tries – Luke Douglas, Nathan Gardner Round 2 – Sharks vs Dragons Tries – Ben Pomeroy, Anthony Tupou Round 3 – Panthers vs Sharks Tries – Albert Kelly, Paul Gallen, Nathan Gardner, Jeremy Smith, Jon Mannah, Colin Best Round 4 – Sharks vs Warriors Tries – Jeremy Smith, Wade Graham, John Williams Round 5 – Sharks vs Sea Eagles Tries – Matthew Wright, Stuart Flanagan Round 6 – Knights vs Sharks Tries – Nathan Gardner, John Williams, Ben Pomeroy Round 7 – Sharks vs Cowboys Tries – Luke Douglas, Paul Gallen Round 8 – Rabbitohs vs Sharks Tries – Paul Aiton, Wade Graham Round 9 – BYE Round 10 – Sharks vs Roosters Tries – Ben Pomeroy, Paul Gallen, Stewart Mills Round 11 – Eels vs Sharks Tries – Taulima Tautai Round 12 – Storm vs Sharks Tries – Isaac Gordon Round 13 – Sharks vs Broncos Tries – Jayson Bukuya, Jon Mannah, Colin Best Round 14 – BYE Round 15 – Bulldogs vs Sharks Tries – Nathan Gardner, Ben Pomeroy, Paul Gallen, Wade Graham Round 16 – Titans vs Sharks Tries – Nathan Gardner, Paul Gallen, Nathan Stapleton Round 17 – Sharks vs Rabbitohs Tries – Matthew Wright, Luke Douglas, Colin Best, Chad Townsend Round 18 – Sharks vs Raiders Tries – Jayson Bukuya, Wade Graham, Colin Best, Taulima Tautai, Ben Pomeroy Round 19 – Dragons vs Sharks Tries - Colin Best, Josh Cordoba Round 20 – Sharks vs Knights Tries - Round 21 – Broncos vs Sharks Tries - Chad Townsend, Matthew Wright, Jeremy Smith Round 22 – Sharks vs Titans Tries - John Morris, Ben Pomeroy, Ricky Leutele Round 23 – Sharks vs Bulldogs Tries - Nathan Gardner, Sam Tagataese Round 24 – Roosters vs Sharks Tries - John Williams, Wade Graham, Ben Pomeroy Round 25 – Cowboys vs Sharks Tries - Wade Graham, Isaac Gordon, Paul Aiton Round 26 – Sharks vs Tigers Tries - John Williams, Jeremy Smith, Stewart Mills Most Points – John Williams Most Tries – Ben Pomeroy Most Conversions – John Williams Most Penalty Goals – Chad Townsend, John Williams Most Field Goals – Wade Graham Most Try Assists – Paul Gallen Most Line Breaks – Nathan Gardner, Wade Graham Most All Runs – Paul Gallen Most Offloads – Anthony Tupou Most Kicks in Play – Wade Graham

State Highway 13 (West Bengal)

State Highway 13 is a state highway in West Bengal, India. As per Government of India’s Gazette notification in 2010, NH 114 runs from its junction with NH 14 near Mallarpur to its junction with NH 19 near Bardhaman; as per the Public Works Department of the Government of West Bengal, SH 13 runs from Palsit to Dankuni. As per West Bengal Traffic Police, SH 13 runs from Mallarpur to Dankuni. Here we are considering the route for SH 13 from Palsit to Dankuni. For those who are interested in the route from Mallarpur to Palsit may see NH 114. SH 13 originates from junction with NH 114 and NH 19 at Palsit and passes through Rasulpur, Boinchi, Mogra, Saptagram and Baidyabati, terminates at the junction with NH 19, NH 16, Belghoria Expressway and SH 15 at Dankuni; the total length of SH 13 is 82.61 km. Districts traversed by SH 13 are: Bardhaman district Hooghly district It is divided into three road section: List of state highways in West Bengal


The SUCRE is a regional currency proposed for commercial exchanges between members of the regional trade bloc Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas, created as an alternative to the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas. The SUCRE is intended to replace the US dollar as a medium of exchange in order to decrease US influence and control of Latin American economies and to increase stability of regional markets; the SUCRE was first used as a virtual currency in 2010 in two transactions between Ecuador and Venezuela. International trade between member states in SUCRE reached its maximum in 2012 with 2,646 transactions worth 1,066 million US dollars. In each following year trade in SUCRE shrank. In 2015 there were 752 transactions worth around 345 million dollars; the plan for the introduction of the SUCRE as a virtual currency, parallels the European Union's introduction of the euro in 1999, preceded by the European Currency Unit in 1979. The SUCRE was intended as the unit of account for all transactions in a clearinghouse.

Its value derives from a basket of currencies from the member countries, weighted according to the relative size of the economies. The treaty explicitly limits the backing assets of the basket of currencies to financial securities denominated in the respective currencies of the member states. Prohibition of alternative forms of currency backing presents an inequity for Ecuador that, alone in the group, does not have its own national currency. In the case of ALBA members Dominica, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Antigua and Barbuda, the new currency poses a dilemma as they are a member of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union and use the East Caribbean dollar, although none of them have agreed to the treaty establishing the SUCRE and the regional payments clearinghouse; the SUCRE is named after Antonio José de Sucre, a leading figure in Latin America's independence struggle. Agreement in general terms for the currency was declared in 2009; the formal treaty establishing the regional payments clearinghouse was signed by the six Latin American presidents in Cochabamba, Bolivia, on October 17, 2009..

This currency has code XSU in ISO 4217. In 2018, the government of Venezuela proposed using the Petro, for trade within ALBA. Economic policy of the Hugo Chávez government Fedwire CHAPS Clearing House Automated Transfer System Currency Union Eastern Caribbean dollar – A regional currency of the Eastern Caribbean Bolivar Fuerte Petro

Foley Glacier

Foley Glacier is a glacier about 4 nautical miles long flowing north from the western end of Thurston Island just east of Cape Petersen. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names after Kevin M. Foley, of the United States Geological Survey, Virginia, a computer specialist and team member of the Glaciological and Coastal-Change Maps of Antarctica Project. List of glaciers in the Antarctic Glaciology Thurston Island – Jones Mountains. 1:500000 Antarctica Sketch Map. US Geological Survey, 1967. Antarctic Digital Database. Scale 1:250000 topographic map of Antarctica. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. Since 1993 upgraded and updated; this article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Foley Glacier"