Kinder Scout is a moorland plateau and National Nature Reserve in the Dark Peak of the Derbyshire Peak District in England. Part of the moor, at 636 metres above sea level, is the highest point in the Peak District, the highest point in Derbyshire, the highest point in the East Midlands. In excellent weather conditions the city of Manchester and the Greater Manchester conurbation can be seen, as well as Winter Hill near Bolton, the mountains of Snowdonia in North Wales. To the north across the Snake Pass lie the high moors of Bleaklow and Black Hill, which are of similar elevation. Kinder Scout featured on the BBC television programme Seven Natural Wonders as one of the wonders of the Midlands, though it is considered by many to be in Northern England, lying between the cities of Manchester and Sheffield; the history and meaning of the name have been studied by Broderick. In chronostratigraphy, the British sub-stage of the Carboniferous period, the'Kinderscoutian' derives its name from Kinder Scout.
Kinder Scout is accessible from the villages of Edale in the High Peak of Derbyshire. It is the moors to the north; this has resulted in the erosion of the underlying peat, prompting work by Derbyshire County Council and the Peak District National Park to repair it, in conjunction with the landowner, the National Trust. The plateau was the location of the mass trespass in 1932. From the National Park's inception, a large area of the high moorland north of Edale was designated as'Open Country'. In 2003, the "right to roam" on uncultivated land was enshrined into law, this area of open country has been extended. Parts of the Kinder Scout plateau are still closed for conservation, public safety, grouse shooting or fire prevention reasons, but prior notice is given on the Peak District National Park Authority's website. Kinder Downfall is the tallest waterfall in the Peak District, with a 30-metre fall, it lies on the River Kinder, where it flows west over one of the gritstone cliffs on the plateau edge.
The waterfall was known as Kinder Scut, it is from this that the plateau derives its name. Although little more than a trickle in summer, in spate conditions it is impressive. In certain wind conditions, the water is blown back on itself, the resulting cloud of spray can be seen from several miles away. In cold winters the waterfall freezes providing local mountaineers with an icy challenge that can be climbed with ice axes and crampons. Below the Downfall the River Kinder flows into Kinder Reservoir; some of Kinder's many gritstone cliffs were featured in the first rock-climbing guide to the Peak District, Some Gritstone Climbs, published in 1913 and written by John Laycock. The Edale Cross lies south of Kinder Scout, under Kinder Low and on the former Hayfield to Edale road, it marks the former junction of the three wards of the Forest of Peak: Glossop and Longdendale and Campagna. The first cross on the site may have been set up by the Abbots of Basingwerk Abbey to mark the southern boundary of their land, granted in 1157.
The date of the current cross is unknown, although an adjoining plaque and its listing as a Scheduled Monument date it to the mediaeval period. At some point it fell down, was re-erected in 1810, when the date and initials JG, WD, GH, JH and JS were carved into it; these stand for John Gee, William Drinkwater and Joseph Hadfield and John Shirt, local farmers of the day who raised the cross. Mermaid's Pool, a small pool below Kinder Downfall, is said to be inhabited by a mermaid who will grant immortality upon whoever sees her on Easter Eve. A bowl barrow, thought to be unexcavated and to date from the Bronze Age, stands on Kinder Low, a western projection of the main massif above Hayfield. Major English and Welsh peaks visible from Kinder Scout include Winter Hill, Pendle Hill, Whernside, Pen-y-ghent, Fountains Fell, Buckden Pike, Great Whernside, Margery Hill, the Weaver Hills, Axe Edge, The Roaches, Shining Tor, the Long Mynd, Corndon Hill, Cilfaesty Hill, Moel y Golfa, Cadair Berwyn, Beeston Castle, Alderley Edge, Arenig Fawr, Moel Famau, Glyder Fach, Tryfan, Y Garn, Carnedd Llewelyn and Foel-fras.
The orchestral sketch Kinder Scout was composed by Patrick Hadley, written for the Buxton Spa Orchestra and its occasional director George Cathie. It was first performed in Buxton on September 1923. Hadley had an emotional attachment to the Derbyshire peaks, which are celebrated in his cantata The Hills. Pennines Rambling Kinder Scout Computer-generated summit panoramas. Note: the panorama shown is not all visible from the summit. There is a large summit plateau. Douglas, Ed. Kinder Scout: The People's Mountain. Vertebrate Publishing. ISBN 1911342509. Smith, Roly, ed.. Kinder Scout: Portrait of a Mountain. Derbyshire County Council Libraries and Heritage Department. ISBN 0903463687
Community Charter School of Cambridge Cambridge, Massachusetts, U. S.. Located in the Kendall Square area near MIT, the school serves 360 students in grades 6-12. CCSC opened in September 2005. Since 2009, when CCSC graduated its first class, 100% of seniors have been admitted to college, with over 90% to four-year schools including Boston College, Bucknell University, Cornell University, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Northeastern University, UMass Boston, University of Chicago, Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 2013, 100% of CCSC 10th graders scored advanced or proficient on the ELA MCAS. In 2012, 100% of 10th graders at CCSC scored advanced or proficient on both the math and English MCAS tests, earning the school a #1 ranking statewide. In 2011, CCSC was 1 of 14 charter schools in the U. S. to be awarded an EPIC grant for attaining the highest gains in student achievement. Enrollment is by lottery; each year, CCSC holds public, blind lotteries to fill available seats in the 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grades.
While a portion of the seats are reserved for students living in Cambridge, the CCSC student body includes students from Boston and many other towns in the Greater Boston area. The school was scheduled to open in fall of 2005 with grades 7 and 8, it was to receive 180 students, with 150 being from Cambridge. Paula Evans, a former headmaster of the Cambridge Rindge & Latin School, co-founded the school with Emma Stellman a physics teacher from Cambridge Rindge & Latin, Rob Riordan, a co-founder of High Tech High and former faculty member at Cambridge Rindge & Latin; the school had a controversial start. Before it was granted a charter from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, the Cambridge Public Schools superintendent and members of the school committee of the Cambridge Public Schools asked Evans to halt her project. Nancy Walser, a board member of CPS at the time, said that some members of the charter school board had resigned by February 2004, that opponents to the charter school passed information along but never pressured people.
In August 2005 Evans said that the school had received 440 applications. Most of the students were from Cambridge while other students were from Boston and other communities in Greater Boston. Of the students, 40-50 % were to participate in the school's reduced lunch program. Community Charter School of Cambridge provides a rigorous academic program designed to close the achievement gap and to prepare all students to succeed in college and beyond; the school’s small size and low student-faculty ratio ensure that every student is well known to and supported by a dedicated and skilled corps of teachers and administrators. All students have a faculty advisor whom they meet with in long blocks twice a week; the CCSC academic program is demanding, students are held to high standards for both academics and behavior. All new students are required to attend a month-long Summer Academy to familiarize them with the school’s academic and behavioral expectations and policies. Students in 6th through 8th grade complete on average 1.5 hours of homework per night, high school students complete 3–4 hours of homework per night.
Extra help is available to all students three days a week in the After School Learning Center, supervised by CCSC teachers and volunteer tutors. All students are expected to read for pleasure for at least 30 minutes several times a week. All courses are designed by CCSC faculty in accordance with the Massachusetts State Frameworks, using the MCAS examinations to inform the curriculum and required texts. All high school students are required to complete a core curriculum that includes, at minimum: 4 credits of math, 4 of English, 3 of history, 3 of science, 2 of Spanish. Students may elect to take visual arts courses as well. In addition, all students participate in DEAR, Wellness and Movement, daily grade-level meetings. Advanced Placement courses are offered in biology, chemistry, computer science, English, all high school courses offer the option of earning honors credit. Juniors and seniors take a College Seminar to help them prepare for college admission; the college counseling department works with students and their families beginning in 9th grade and individually in 11th and 12th grades to help them navigate the standardized testing and financial aid process.
A hallmark of the CCSC experience is the Senior Internship Program, a requirement for graduation. From the beginning of February through the end of May, every senior spends one full day a week interning for a local business or non-profit. Organizations that have sponsored CCSC senior interns include: Google, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Medical Center, The Museum of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, Tufts University, the Harvard Square Business Association, Margaret Fuller House. CCSC has a dress code featuring the black school colors. CCSC is a member of the Massachusetts Charter School Athletic Organization; the MCSAO provides opportunities for charter school student/athletes to compete at a high level and uses that competition to teach the fundamental values of teamwork, discipline and sportsmanship. CCSC offers the following varsity teams for high school students: boys and girls soccer and girls basketball, softball and track; the school mascot is the Cougar.
The mission of the Athletics Department at CCSC is to offer students opportunities to foster mental and physical development, encourage teamwork, enha
"I for You" is the eleventh single by Japanese rock band Luna Sea, released on July 1, 1998. It was the 49th best-selling single of the year, it was the third and last in a serial release after the band's hibernation from 1997 to early 1998. Original scores for "I for You" were composed by Sugizo as an orchestrated version; the final version of the song was furnished with revisions by Ryuichi. Sugizo's mother is featured playing the cello. During the recording of "I for You", guitarist hide of X Japan, a close friend with members of the band, died; some of the lyrics are described as a tribute to him by the members. It was used as the theme song for the Japanese TV drama God, Please Give Me More Time, aired overseas in Asia and helped to popularize the band internationally, leading to their First Asian Tour the following year; the B-side "With" was composed by Inoran around 1994. Clock ticking appears near the end of the song, connecting it to the first track of Shine, "Time Has Come". "I for You" - 5:30 "With" - 5:57 "I for You" reached number 2 on the Oricon singles chart, was the 49th best-selling single of the year with 481,390 copies sold.
Ryuichi recorded his own version of "I for You" for Evergreen. It was covered by Juichi Morishige of Ziggy for 2007's Luna Sea Memorial Cover Album -Re:birth-. Inzargi, vocalist of Megamasso covered it for his 2012 cover album
For the 1967 film, see The Shuttered Room. For the short story, see The Shuttered Room and Other Pieces. Shuttered Room is the debut studio album by British new wave band The Fixx, released in 1982, it contains the group's debut single, "Stand or Fall", which hit the Top 10 of Billboard's Album Rock Tracks as well as #79 on the Hot 100. Its follow-up single was "Red Skies". Both songs were aided by popular MTV music videos. Shuttered Room has been released in a number of different configurations. Though the front cover artwork remains consistent across the releases, the tracks, track order, the credits can vary from release to release; the UK version differs from the US release in a number of respects, including the fact that all the songs are credited to Curnin/West-Oram/Woods/Greenall/Barrett, with lyrics attributed to Cy Curnin only, that the engineer is listed as Stephen W Tayler rather than Taylor. Side 1"Some People" – 3:01 "Stand or Fall" – 4:00 "Cameras in Paris" – 3:52 "Shuttered Room" – 2:47 "The Fool" – 5:21Side 2"Lost Planes" – 3:23 "I Live" – 4:53 "Sinking Island" – 3:16 "Time In A Glass" – 3:32 "Red Skies" – 4:20 On the US LP version, "Sinking Island" and " Time In A Glass" are dropped.
All songs are credited as being written by Charlie Barrett, Cy Curnin, Rupert Greenall, Jamie West-Oram, except where noted. Side 1"I Found You" – 3:38 "Some People" – 3:00 "Stand or Fall" – 4:00 "The Strain" – 3:33 "Red Skies" – 4:19Side 2"Lost Planes" – 3:20 "Cameras in Paris" – 3:57 "I Live" – 4:52 "Shuttered Room" – 2:46 "The Fool" – 5:20The CD version adds two tracks,: "Sinking Island" – 4:33 "Stand or Fall" – 4:48 The 1996 European CD compiles all the tracks from the various issues onto one CD. "Sinking Island" – 4:32 "I Found You" – 3:38 "Some People" – 3:00 "Stand or Fall" – 4:00 "Red Skies" – 4:20 "Lost Planes" – 3:20 "Cameras in Paris" – 3:57 "I Live" – 4:53 "Shuttered Room" – 2:46 "The Fool" – 5:21 "Time in a Glass" – 3:27 "The Strain" – 3:33 "Stand or Fall" – 4:52 Cy Curnin – vocals Rupert Greenall – keyboards Jamie West-Oram – guitar Charlie Barrett – bass Adam Woods – percussion, drums Producer: Rupert Hine Engineer: Stephen W Tayler Remastering: David Bard Sequencing: David Bard Design: Chris Parker Photography: Chris Parker Repackaging: Ken Davis Singles – Billboard
Roché Peak is a conspicuous peak rising to 365 m, the highest feature on Bird Island, South Georgia. I stands 1.6 km west of the east extremity of the island. The name La Roche Strait, for the nearby strait between Bird Island and South Georgia, was used for many years but has now been replaced in usage by Bird Sound; the name Roche Peak, given by the UK Antarctic Place-names Committee in 1960, preserves the original name for the area. The Englishman merchant Anthony de la Roché discovered South Georgia in 1675. Bird Island, South Georgia Anthony de la Roché Roché Glacier This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Roché Peak"
"Lyubo, lyubo" is a Russian and Cossack traditional song. Its name derived from the first row of the refrain: Lyubo, lyubo, bratsy, zhit’, that means "it is lovely to live, brothers"; the song became popular after the release of the Soviet film Alexander Parkhomenko where it was performed by Boris Chirkov. The Cossacks led 40,000 horses to the Terek River. After the bloody battle, one bank of the Terek is covered by the dead animals; the fatally wounded hero remembers about his wife, his mother, his steed. Feeling sorrow for the two latter, he mourns his fate; the phrase "Lyubo, zhit’" appeared in a soldier song published in Biblioteka Dlya Chteniya, 1837. According to several authors, the song is dedicated to the events of the Russian Civil War. Other sources mention it as a piece of Cossack folklore; the song became popular after the release of the Soviet film Alexander Parkhomenko where it was performed by Boris Chirkov. In 1942 – 1943, a tankers adaptation was created, based on the Chirkov's version.
The song was popularized by such well-known Russian and Soviet artists as the Kuban Cossack Choir, Zhanna Bichevskaya, etc. Pavlov, Sergey. "Translation of the song". Archived from the original on 2018-03-09. Retrieved 2018-03-09. Lyubo, lyubo by Kuban Cossack Choir on YouTube