Kenedy County is a county located in the U. S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 416, it is fourth-least populous in the United States. Its county seat is Sarita; the county was created in 1921 from parts of Hidalgo and Willacy counties and is named for Mifflin Kenedy, an early area rancher and steamboat operator. Kenedy County is included in the Kingsville, TX Kingsville Micropolitan Statistical Area, included in the Corpus Christi-Kingsville-Alice, TX Combined Statistical Area. There are no incorporated municipalities in Kenedy County. In 1999, Hurricane Bret struck the county; the Peñascal Wind Power Project was built near Sarita in the early 21st Century and is expected to raise the population of the area. The King Ranch, of which Mifflin Kenedy had been a partner prior to 1868, covers a large part of the county. According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,946 square miles, of which 1,458 square miles is land and 487 square miles is water. In total area, Kenedy is the 13th largest county in Texas.
In land area only, it is the 25th-largest county in Texas. It borders the Gulf of Mexico. Baffin Bay makes up much of the border with Kleberg County. US 77 is the only highway in Kenedy County. U. S. Highway 77 Interstate 69E is under construction and will follow the current route of U. S. 77 in most places. Kleberg County Willacy County Hidalgo County Brooks County Padre Island National Seashore As of the census in 2000, there were 414 people, 138 households, 110 families residing in the county; the population density was 0.28 people per square mile. There were 281 housing units at an average density of 0.19 per square mile. The racial makeup of the county was 64.49% White, 0.72% Black or African American, 0.72% Native American, 0.48% Asian, 31.88% from other races, 1.69% from two or more races. 78.99% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. There were 138 households, out of which 35.50% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 58.70% were married couples living together, 10.90% had a female householder with no husband present, 19.60% were non-families.
18.80% of all households were made up of individuals and 6.50% had someone living alone, 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.97 and the average family size was 3.26. In the county, the population had widespread age groups including 29.20% under the age of 18, 9.70% from 18 to 24, 26.30% from 25 to 44, 24.20% from 45 to 64, 10.60% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 34 years old. For every 100 females, there were 110.20 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 100.70 males. The median income for a household in the county was $25,000, the median income for a family was $26,719. Males had a median income of $18,125 versus $12,188 for females; the per capita income for the county was $17,959. 15.30% of the population and 9.90% of families were below the poverty line. Out of the total people living in poverty, 15.60% are under the age of 18 and 18.80% are 65 or older. Kenedy County, the third least populous county in Texas, had 108 times more cattle than people in 1999.
All of Kenedy County is served by Sarita Elementary School of the Kenedy County Wide Common School District. Of the nine Texas counties having only one school apiece, the population of Sarita Elementary School was the smallest. A small portion of Kenedy County is served by the Riviera Independent School District. Sarita Armstrong Like the rest of South Texas, Kenedy County supports candidates from the Democratic Party, its county seat, Sarita, is ranked as the most liberal city in Texas. The Republican Party has carried the county only six times since the 1928 presidential election. Despite its Democratic-leaning, the county has become competitive in recent years due to its low population, no presidential candidate since Bill Clinton in 1996 has carried the county by more than a 20 vote margin. In statewide races for governor and the U. S. Senate, the county has trended Republican; the last Democrat to carry the county in a gubernatorial race was Tony Sanchez in 2002, while Rick Noriega in 2008 is the last Democrat to carry it in a senatorial race.
List of museums in the Texas Gulf Coast National Register of Historic Places listings in Kenedy County, Texas Recorded Texas Historic Landmarks in Kenedy County Kenedy County in Handbook of Texas Online at the University of Texas Inventory of county records, Kenedy County Courthouse, Texas, hosted by the Portal to Texas History Kenedy County Profile from the Texas Association of Counties
Early parliamentary elections were held in Montenegro on 14 October 2012. The result was a victory for the ruling Coalition for a European Montenegro led by Milo Đukanović, which won 39 of the 81 seats. Elections in Montenegro are free, with the right of secret ballot guaranteed; because the country has a single national voting district, all votes cast at individual voting stations across the country went towards a single total. The electoral threshold was 3%, so electoral lists receiving under three percent of the total votes cast were crossed out, the MPs within the assembly were split amongst the remaining lists. Seats were distributed by the D'Hondt method, which favors leading lists above the smaller ones; the Parliament's mandate lasts four years. Several coalitions were formed or continued for the election: Poll results are listed in the table below in reverse chronological order, showing the most recent first, using the date the survey's fieldwork was done, as opposed to the date of publication.
If such date is unknown, the date of publication is given instead. The highest percentage figure in each polling survey is displayed in bold, the background shaded in the leading party's colour. In the instance that there is a tie no figure is shaded; the lead column on the right shows the percentage-point difference between the two parties with the highest figures. When a specific poll does not show a data figure for a party, the party's cell corresponding to that poll is shown empty; the threshold for a party to elect members is 3%
All-Time Top 100 TV Themes is the ninth volume of the Television's Greatest Hits series of compilation albums by TVT Records. TVT Records released the two-disc collection in 2005, it included 100 themes featuring tracks from the first seven discs of the series and newer themes from television series since the last disc was released in 1996. The album catalog was acquired by The Bicycle Music Company. In September 2011, Oglio Records which headquarters is located at Los Angeles announced they were re-leasing the Television's Greatest Hits song catalog after entering into an arrangement The Bicycle Music Company. A series of 9 initial "6-packs" including some of the songs from the album have been announced for 2011. Television's Greatest Hits at Oglio Records
These are the motor racing events administered and regulated by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, the international governing body of motorsport. The FIA runs these events, determines the regulations and awards the championships or trophies to the competitors, while working with other promoters and event organisers who arrange the commercial affairs of the event. Other motor racing series are not directly controlled by the FIA, although the Federation is the ultimate regulator for most international motorsport, provides the regulations for many other series; the FIA's top motor racing events, known as World Championships, are positioned as the most prestigious titles within their respective fields, with Formula One considered to be the pinnacle of world motor racing. Four events are sanctioned as World Championships: FIA Formula One World Championship, FIA World Rally Championship, FIA World Rallycross Championship and FIA World Endurance Championship. A fifth event, the FIA World Touring Car Championship was discontinued at the end of 2017 and replaced by the FIA World Touring Car Cup, which has World Cup status.
The FIA Formula E Championship will become a accredited World Championship at the start of its seventh season FIA World Sportscar Championship FIA Sportscar Championship FIA International Formula 3000 FIA Formula Two Championship FIA Formula 3 International Trophy FIA European Formula Three Cup FIA GT Championship FIA GT1 World Championship FIA GT Series FIA Touring Car World Cup FIA World Touring Car Championship FIA European Touring Car Cup
Nawab Abul Quasim Owaisi, Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, Salar Jung III famously known as'Salar Jung III' He built many tourist places like Salarjung museum and roads and railways. He was fourth in order of nobility after the three Paigah. Nawab Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, Salar Jung III, was Prime Minister of Hyderabad Deccan during the reign of VII Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan, he succeeded Maharaja Sir Kishen Pershad as the Prime Minister in 1912 when he was 23 years old, but resigned two and half years later. The family of Salar Jung from his paternal side were serving for five generations as Prime Ministers including Nawab Mir Alam Bahadur, Nawab Mir Ali Zman Khan Muneer ul Mulk, Nawab Mir Mohammad Ali Khan Shuja ud Dowla Salar Jung, Nawab Mir Turab Ali Khan, Salar Jung I, Nawab Mir Laiq Ali Khan Salar Jung II. From his maternal side, he was the great-grandson of Nawab Syed Gulam Ali Khan, Mansoor-Ud-Dowla, The Nawab of Banaganapally and great-grandson of Nawab Syed Bahadur Ali Khan Karar Jung Mansoor ud Doula, Madar-Ul-Maham in erstwhile state of Hyderabad.
Nawab Salar Jung III was passionate about collecting rare relics, artefacts and manuscripts, including the illuminated Holy Qurans. He is believed to have spent a lion's share of his money on his collection over a period of 35 years; the collection, though now at a new location, was exhibited at their residence, Dewan Devdi until its relocation in 1968 at the present premises of The Salar Jung Museum. On his death, 2 March 1949, a Special Regulation was passed by the Government of Hyderabad State known as "Salar Jung Estate Regulation No. XXXIV of 1358 Fasli" and all the properties of the Yousuf Ali Khan were vested under the said act; the said regulation had received the assent of the Nizam. The terms of the regulation were amended under Salar Jung Amendment Regulation 1358 Fasli under letter No. LXIV of 1358 Fasli under section of the said regulation that the Estate of Yousuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III including his personal properties have been vested in the Salar Jung Estate Committee, accordingly the said committee had been exercising all the rights over the personal properties of Nawab Yousuf Ali Khan Salar Jung-III and those regulations were passed by the Gen. J. N. Choudhry, the Military Governor of Hyderabad State during that relevant period.
Under the said regulation The Estate of Yousuf Ali Khan, Salar Jung III was administrated by The Salar Jung Estate Committee till dissolved by the Notification by the Government under G. O. M. No. 952 Revenue dated 18-05-1959. In the year 1949, an Ordinance No. XXIX was passed by Governor-General, Government of India that in the year 1950, the Central Government had made enactment to the Nawab Salar Jung Bahadur Act 1950, No. XXXVI of 1950 which received assent of The President of India on 19 April 1950 and the same was published in The Gazette of India Extraordinay, Part-II section-I, page no. 46, dated 21-04-1950. The schedule of properties covered by the enactment include all the properties of Nawab in other States such as Mysore State, Bombay state & Tamil Nadu state apart from the properties in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy District and other districts of erstwhile Hyderabad State; that in the year 1949, an Enactment of Abolition of Jagir came into force by Regulation No. LXIX 1358 Fasli in Hyderabad state on 15-08-1949, known as "Jagir Abolition Regulation Act".
After promulgation of the said act, the revenue lands of Nawab were taken over on 20-09-1949 by the Jagir Administrator. But on, Jagir Administrator released some of the properties. One such batch of property so released is listed in the letter of Jagir Administrator No. 808/CH, dated 24-04-1954. The Government of Hyderabad upon the application from the Estate Salar Jung Committee issued a Notification No.1550/1, dated 15-02-1956 in conducting the Inam Enquiry of the Estate of Nawab Yousuf Ali Khan, Salar Jung-III and Government Gazette dated 29-03-1956 was released in file No.2/56 of 1956. That in the year 1955, a suit for succession to the Salar Jung Estate was filed by one Syed Hassan, son of late Abdullah, before the city civil court at Hyderabad for succession of Nawab Yousuf Ali Khan, Salar Jung-III; the said suit latter on made over to the High Court of A. P. under its jurisdiction and renumbered as C. S. No.13/58, all the claimants to the Estate of Nawab Yousuf Ali Khan, Salar Jung-III were defendants to the said suit, the State Government, Central Government, Salar Jung Estate Committee and Jagir Administrator were parties to the said suit as defendants No,14, 15, 16 and 17, a compromise was arrived between the parties and the same presented through application no.
134/58, 137/58, 138/58 and 139/58 dated 27-11-58 and 02-12-58, in pursuance of the same a preliminary decree was passed in the said suit. Subsequently, the defendants No.14, 15, 16 and 17, took over the Salar Jung Museum, the Salar Jung Library, land admeasuring 28,390 sq. yds. at Nawab Salar Jung Baradari on the banks of river Musi and a cash sum of Rs. 5,00,000 for construction of the present Salar Jung Museum Building. In view of the Orders passed by the Board of Revenue and Commissioner a civil suit O. S.156/1980 was filed before the Hon'ble VII Senior Civil Judge, City Civil Court, Hyderabad for grant of succession of Salar Jung -III wherein after 24 years in 2004, it was held that Late Nawab Syed Abdullah was the maternal uncle of Salar Jung – III declared as legal heir and successor of Salar Jung – III. The Declaration of succession of Nawab Mir Yousuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III was decided in the civil suit O. S. No.156/80 The successors of Salar Jung -III, Late Nawab Syed Abdullah and legal heirs had to wait for 58 long years after Nawab Mir Yousuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III's death for the pronouncement of the Judgemen
Nicolas Astrinidis was a Romanian-born Greek composer, pianist and educator, known for his large-scale symphonic oratorios St. Demetrios, Symphony 1821, Alexander the Great's Youth. After receiving diplomas in piano performance and composition from the Schola Cantorum de Paris, Astrinidis embarked on an international career as pianist. During the 1950s and the early 1960s, he toured East Asia and the Americas, performing in cities, such as Evanston and Hong Kong, he collaborated with renowned performers of the period, such as violinists Jacques Thibaud, Henryk Szeryng, Colette Frantz, cellist Bernard Michelin. In 1949, Riccordi Americana published two of his piano works: Danse Grecque, Deux Préludes, his symphonic music includes three concertos: Variations Concertantes for piano and orchestra, Concerto-Rhapsody for violin and orchestra, Concerto pour Guitare et Orchestre. A tribute to Astrinidis, with the composer talking about and performing his music, was held in New York City in 2004. In 2006, excerpts from his Symphony 1821 were performed in New Brunswick.
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